Rhode Island Soldiers in the Old French & Indian War 1755-1762

Contents

  1. SOURCE
  2. PRELUDE TO THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WARS
  3. OUTLINE SUMMARY OF THE COMPANIES OF THE RHODE ISLAND REGIMENTS, 1755 TO 1762
  4. TABLE SHOWING THE YEARS OF SERVICE OF THE MEMBERS OF THE COMMITTEE OF WAR OF THE COLONY OF RHODE ISLAND
  5. ROSTER OF RHODE ISLAND SOLDIER AND SAILORS IN THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR
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1. SOURCE

Rhode Island in the Colonial Wars: A List of Rhode Island Soldiers & Sailors in King George's War 1740-1748
and A List of Rhode Island Soldiers in the Old French & Indian War 1755-1762
(Two Volumes in One) by Howard M. Chapin,
published by Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, 1994

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2. PRELUDE TO THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WARS

The conflict of French and English interest in the Ohio Valley served as the
prelude, and Washington's defeat of Jumonville near Fort Du Quesne on May
27th, 1754 as the spark, which ignited the fourth French war in which Rhode
Island participated. This struggle called by European historians "The Seven
Years War" is better know in America as "The Old French and Indian War."
Military preparations were made in both England and France as well as in the
colonies.

On January 1st 1755 the Rhode Island General Assembly voted to raise a
company of 100 men for the emergency.

As is usual, the length and intensity of the impending struggle was
underestimated. In February the number was increased to 113, apparently to
allow for officers, some of whom were appointed. A committee of War of five
men was established to manage the military affairs of the Colony.
In March 1755, before the 100 men had been enlisted, it was voted to raise
four companies of 100 men each to take part in the secret expedition against
Crown Point. The acts calling for 113 men were repealed and the officers
transferred to the new companies. Christopher Harris was appointed Colonel
of the expeditionary regiment.

Meanwhile Braddock had landed in Virginia and taken command of the English
forces in America. He planned to strike the French at three points. The
southern army, under his personal command, was to attack Fort Du Quesne, and
the northern army was to assemble at Albany, whence one detachment under
Governor Shirley was to attack Niagara, while the other, under Colonel
(later Sir) William Johnson, was to move against Crown Point.

The Rhode Island regiment under Col. Harris marched to Green-Bush near
Albany, where their boats were caulked and their guns cleaned and mended.
On August 8th, leaving the Rhode Island and New York regiments in camp
,
Johnson marched northward with the rest of the army. He left a garrison at
Fort Lyman (afterwards called Fort Edward in honor of the Duke of York), and
 continuing northward encamped at the upper end of Lake George.

The Rhode Island regiment was at Albany on August 24th, but soon followed the main
army and reached the camp late in August or early in September.

Baron Dieskau, commander of the army, which had been sent over from France,
and which had been augmented by Canadians and Indians, marched southward
through the woods east of Lake George. Upon the news of the approach of the
French, Johnson sent out Col. Ephraim Williams and the Indian Chief
Hendricks with a scouting party in the direction of South Bay on September
8th. This force was surprised by Dieskau, and in the fighting which
followed, both Williams* and Hendricks were killed. Re-enforcements under
the command of Lt. Col. Edward Cole of the Rhode Island regiment arrived in
time to rescue the remnant of William's force and to hold the French in
check temporarily, thus giving Johnson time to strengthen the defences of
the camp.

Dieskau attacked the camp at 10 o'clock in the morning (September
8, 1755), and the fighting lasted until four in the afternoon, when the
French force was dispersed. Both Johnson and Dieskau were wounded, the
latter being taken prisoner. Johnson did not pursue the fugitives, but
fortified the camp which he named Fort William Henry in honor of the Duke of
Gloucester, the king's grandson.

Four Rhode Island companies took part in this battle of Sept 8, 1755, known
as the Battle of Lake George. They were the companies commanded by Cole,
Angell, Babcock and Francis.
*Williams College was founded by a bequest in Col. William's will.

On account of Braddock's defeat before Fort Du Quesne, The General Assembly
voted on August 11th, to raise three more companies of fifty men each and to
send them to re-enforce Col. Harris' troops, and thus strengthen the
Colonial Army against the added number of French troops, which being freed
from service in the Monongahela Valley, would doubtless be rushed northward
to Lake Champlain. This vote for additional companies was not passed
without dissent from the vote, recorded in the acts and resolves. John
Whiting was ranking Captain of this detachment. which was recruited before
September 8th, on which day the General Assembly ordered them to proceed to
Albany by water and thence from Albany to the force under Col. Harris. Many
of Col. Harris' troopers, disgusted by the hardships of the march overland
and little realizing the scope and importance of the conflict had deserted.
These men upon their return home were added to Capt. Whiting's command, and
ordered to proceed subject to his orders until they should reach the camp
and re-enter their respective companies.

In September Rhode Island voted to raise four more companies of 50 men each.
Daniel Bosworth was appointed ranking Captain of this third detachment.
Inasmuch as the war was not particularly popular in Rhode Island, and as the
danger to the Colony was not imminent, volunteers were not forthcoming in
numbers sufficient to fill the companies that had been authorized, although
bounties had been offered to encourage enlistment. Hence the General
Assembly at the September session found it necessary to pass an act
authorizing conscription. Thenceforth during the war the Rhode Island
regiments consisted partly of volunteers, many of whom were attracted by the
bounties, and partly of conscripts. In 1755 Rhode Island put approximately
750 men in the field.

Late in November Johnson marched southward with the main part of the army,
which either went into winter quarters or returned home. Seventy-two Rhode
Islanders commanded by Capt. Whiting were left on garrison duty at the Forts
near Lake George. The campaign of 1755 had been unfortunate in the
Colonies. Braddock's expedition had been defeated, Shirley's expedition had
done but little, and although Johnson had repelled an attack, he had not
even approached Crown Point, his avowed objective.

On December 22d the General Assembly voted that 100 of the best men
(apparently 13) suitable officers be selected from the troops returned and returning
from the Expedition against Crown Point and that the remainder be discharged.
Besides this 100 men, 72, as already noted, were detailed for garrison duty
at Fort Edward and Fort William Henry, under Capt. Whiting. The remainder
of the troops were ordered discharged on or before December 31st, 1755.
Shirley, chief commander of the English forces in America determined on a
vigorous campaign for 1756. He planned to move against Niagara with one
part of his force and to send the other part commanded by (Gen.) John
Winslow against Lake Champlain. In February Rhode Island voted to raise a
force of 500 men (including those still in service) for the reduction of the
French forts on Lake Champlain. Col. Harris was given command of this
regiment which consisted of 10 companies.

The Rhode Island troops went by water, touching at New York, and arriving in
Albany on Friday evening, May 14th, 1756, according to a letter of George
Hopkins. The regiment moved to Camp Half Moon before June 29th where all
the Rhode Island companies, except two, Major Babcock's and Capt. Bozerd's
(Bosworth), had arrived by June 11th. The Rhode Islanders were soon
scattered, some being at Fort William Henry, and Edward, while others were
at Stillwater, Camp Half Moon and Albany. Many were still at Camp Half Moon
on July 11th but the bulk soon moved up to Fort Edward, where they were on
July 22d and had been four weeks on August 14th, according to Hopkins.
Meanwhile preparations for the campaign had been pushed in Europe. Louis XV
sent the Marquis of Montcalm to command his forces in America and George II
sent the Earl of Loudon. On May 17th, 1756, two years after the defeat of
Jumonville by Washington, England formally declared war against France.
Prussia under Frederick the Great had made an alliance with England, and
Austria had made an alliance with France. Sweden, Russia and Poland soon
joined France and Austria.

The Earl of Loudon reached New York in July and relieved Shirley of the
chief command. This change together with Loudon's inefficiency doomed the
campaign of 1756 to failure. On July 24th Col. Angell of the Rhode Island
regiment commanded a scouting party of 300 men that went out from Fort
Edward towards South Bay and Wood Creek.
The Rhode Island General Assembly, expecting a vigorous campaign ordered two
additional companies of 50 men each, exclusive of officers, in June. These
troops were commanded by Captain Jenckes and Fry, and joined the force under
Harris.

In August Montcalm attacked and captured the English forts on the Oswego
River and then returned to check any advance which might be attempted by the
English at Lake George.

Conditions rapidly became more threatening for the English Colonies.
Another company of 60 men and officers was authorized by the General
Assembly in September and Joseph Windsor was given the command, but this
company was merged in the new regiment of 400 men (eight companies) which
was ordered in October. The Governor, Stephen Hopkins was chosen Colonel of
this, the 2nd Regiment, known as "The 400 men," but on October 27th the
General Assembly met and ordered them not to march on account of the fact
that Small Pox was rife at Albany. By orders from Loudon this regiment was
discharged on or before November 8th 1756.

Some of the Rhode Island troops at Fort Edward had been sent up to Fort
William Henry where Quartermaster Shehan was located on Nov. 9th, 1756. The
companies commanded by Harris, Angell, Potter and Jenckes, returned to
Providence in December and were paid off December and January. The other
companies may have been discharged at the same time but their pay rolls have
not been located.

The defeat of the English at Oswego was the only noteworthy feature of the
campaign in 1756. Several Newport shipwrights who were on special
construction service at Oswego were captured by the French.
In February 1757 Rhode Island ordered a five company regiment of 450 men to
assist Loudon in the ensuing campaign. Samuel Angell was appointed "Chief
Officer" (i.e. Colonel) of this force which in May proceeded to Albany.
Meanwhile in March the French under Rigaud attempted unsuccessfully to
surprise Fort William Henry, and Loudon prepared his futile expedition
against Louisburg.

In May an act for raising 150 more men was passed but was repealed in August
before the companies were raised. Some of the Rhode Islanders under Angell
were stationed at Fort Edward, while others were at Fort William Henry.
Montcalm had not been idle during the spring, but had collected a large
force with the main part of which he sailed up Lake George, while the
balance of the force under De Levis marched along the western shore of the
Lake. Fort William Henry was surrounded by the French but held out until
word was received from Gen. Webb, who was stationed at Fort Edward, that he
would not send assistance. Munro, the commander of Fort William Henry was
therefore obliged to surrender on August 9th, 1757. A large number of the
English soldiers were massacred by the Indians on August 10th, although
about 600 refugees succeeded in reaching Fort Edward.

Col. Angell who was at Fort Edward wrote to Governor Greene on August 14th
and described the attack on Fort William Henry in the following words:
"On the 3d inst., at five o'clock in the morning, the fort and camp were
invested by Canadians and Indians; and at the same time, a large body of
boats and canoes appeared on the lake near, while our camp was attacked by a
superior number of the enemy. They landed their artillery the same day.
Our rangers brought in one of their lieutentants prisoner, who gave account
of their strength consisted of three thousand regulars, five thousand
Canadians, and three thousand five hundred savages, thirty-six cannon and
four mortars.

"The siege continued obstinate till the ninth day at six o'clock in the
morning, when all the cannon, bigger than twelve pounders, were broken; the
men in camp and garrison, spent with fatigue. They capitulated on honorable
terms, viz: that they should march to this place with a brass twelve pounder
in the front, and their fire-locks clubbed, and colors flying, with all
their baggage. This was agreed to, and articles signed. General Montcalm
and other principal officers of his army, expressed and acknowledged that
they had made a defence beyond expectation, and for those reasons, he
allowed them as good terms as General Blakeney had. The articles obliged
our men not to bear arms till eighteen months were expired.

"The morning following, our men were to march with a strong guard of
regulars, to keep the savages from insulting them. When our people began to
draw up for a march, the horrible scene of massacre then began, by the
savages scalping our sick and wounded men; next, by their drawing out all
the black men, scalping the Indians and keeping the negroes for slaves. All
this did not satisfy them; but they went to stripping and scalping without
distinction; which put our men to the flight, each man for himself--having
no protection agreeably to the articles. They all scattered in the woods;
the Indians following them several miles. Our men have been coming in since
eleven o'clock, that day, till this morning, by single persons and small
parties; not a man but is stripped; some, quite naked.
"There are yet behind several hundred; many of who, it is known, are sick,
and many, it is thought, will perish in the woods. This minute, a deserter
from the French says that above two hundred of our men went back to the
French for protection.
"By our parties just came in, we have certain accounts that the fort is
destroyed; and that the enemy are drawing off. We have about four thousand
militia here, and two thousand troops."

The danger by which Fort William Henry was threatened greatly alarmed the
Colony. The General Assembly met on August 10th, and not as yet having
heard of the loss of Fort William Henry, passed an act which drafted one
sixth of the militia of the colony, probably about 1000 men, for service in
the relief of Fort William Henry. Col. John Andrews was given the command
of the regiment. On August 15th thirty-four prominent men of Providence who
were not subject to the draft volunteered their services and signed a paper
of that import. Of a muster roll of 113 men who marched out of Newport
County in answer to this call, 21 were volunteers.
This Second Rhode Island regiment went no farther than Connecticut, when
news was received that Fort William Henry had fallen. The men returned home
and the October Assembly after regulating their pay for this service, voted
to re-enlist 250 men for service in the army during the pleasure of the
General Assembly.

Ninety of these did garrison service at Saratoga. Capt. Ebenezer Whiting
was given command of those who were garrisoned at Fort Edward during the
winter.

If the campaign of 1756 had disheartened the English, that of 1757 was still
more discouraging. The expedition against Louisburg had come to naught,
Fort William Henry had been lost, and from Europe came the still more
discouraging news that the Duke of Cumberland had been decisively defeated
by D'Estrees.

As well as sending the quota to the Colonial contingent, Rhode Island had
strengthened and garrisoned Fort George at Newport, and had also equipped
and sent forth many privateers which had made severe and telling inroads
upon the enemy's maritime commerce.
The following letter gives a concise description of the conditions in the
Colony in 1758;
"We the Commissioners from the Government of Rhode Island, being ordered to
lay before your Lordship, an exact State of the Colony, with Regard to its
Fortifications and Military Stores, the Number of Inhabitants, the State of
the Treasury, and Funds for supplying the same, beg Leave to represent to
your Lordship, that there is only one Fortification in the Colony, called
Fort George, very conveniently situated for the Defence of the Town and
Harbour of Newport, which is the Metropolis of the Colony. But as there are
in the Fort only twenty-six Carriage Guns fit for Service, and a few other
Military Stores, it is to be feared the Town might be entirely destroyed by
a very small Force, and the Colony therely disabled from raising any more
Men for the common Cause. And of what fatal Consequence it might be to His
Majesty's Interest, to have the Enemy in Possession of so fine a Harbour and
Island, situate in the Midst of New England, we leave your Lordship to
judge.

"By an Account of the Number of Men in the Colony, taken the 24th of
December, One Thousand Seven Hundred and Fifty-five, it appears, my Lord,
there were then in the Colony, Eight Thousand Two Hundred and Sixty-two Men,
able to bear Arms. But as we have since lost many Men by the War, and near
Fifteen Hundred Men are out in our Privateers, we imagine there is not near
that Number now left in the Colony."

In March, 1758, the General Assembly voted to raise a regiment of 1000 men.
Col. Malbone was given the command of this regiment, which was to consist of
nine new companies and the company under Capt. Ebenezer Whiting, which was
in garrison service at the Forts. Malbone was succeeded by Henry Babcock as
Colonel, before the regiment moved. The troops went to Albany by water.
During March and April a detachment of 1853 of His Majesty's regulars were
quartered at Providence before being sent against Louisburg. In May,
Amherst, with the northern army, supported by the fleet, marched on
Louisburg; in June, Forbes, with the southern army, proceeded against Fort
Du Quesne; and on July 5th Abercrombie, with 15,000 English and Colonists,
including the Rhode Island companies, except those under Potter and Wall,
moved against Ticonderoga. Col. Babcock's description of the Battle of
Ticonderoga, being that of an eye witness and important officer, follows:
 "Lake George, 10th July, 1758.

"Honored Sir:--The 5th inst., the army consisting of fifteen thousand men,
proceeded down the lake, in batteaux, with thirty days' provision. The 6th,
in the morning, half after eight, we landed at the advance guard; who were
very easily driven from their post, with no loss on our side, and but four
on theirs. About two o'clock, P.M., the whole army marched, saving a
battalion of the York regiment, who were posted as a guard on our batteaux.
About three o'clock we were attacked by a party of the enemy, in which
engagement, we unfortunately lost the brave Lord Howe. There were taken of
the enemy one hundred prisoners, eight of whom were officers; our army was
much scattered by reason of the firing in the woods, and it was thought
advisable to return that evening to our batteaux.

"The next day Col. Broadstreet was ordered with fifteen hundred batteaux
men, and two regular regiments, with five of the Massachusetts regiments, to
take possession of the saw mill, which we did, without the loss of a man.
The same evening, the whole marched up to the saw mill.
"The 8th, (the fatal 8th), were ordered to proceed in the following manner:
the batteaux men, light armed infantry, and the rangers, were ordered to
form a line about two hundred yards from the French entrenchments; which
extended from Lake George to Lake Champlain; the regulars were to form a
line behind the first line, they making avenues for them; after that, they
were to form the line again. A captain and fifty men, out of the line4,
were detached for picket, who were to form in front; the grenadiers were to
form behind them; and in this manner, they were to attack the trenches, and
were to march with shouldered firelocks, till they should get on top of the
trenches.

"They accordingly marched on with great intrepidity, but were received so
warmly, that they were obliged to give ground, after making most vigorous
efforts; they even went up to the breast-work, but were knocked down so
fast, that it was very difficult for those behind to get over the dead and
began with firing upon the Yorkers. In the rear of the regulars, the
Connecticut, New Jersey and Rhode Island troops were ordered to form about
three hundred yards behind, who were to support them, if necessary.
"About an hour after the attack, I was ordered to march with the regiment,
to relieve those that had been engaged. We went up within about forty yards
of the breast-work. Soon after I got up, in posting my regiment to the best
advantage I could, I received a shot in my left knee; after that, finding
myself of no advantage, I ordered two men to carry me off, and left the
regiment warmly engaged. We have lost no officers. Capt. John Whiting,
Lieuts. Russell and Smith are slightly wounded. The return of the killed
and wounded, Your Honor has enclosed.

"The same evening, to my great surprise, the whole army was ordered to
return to the batteaux, to the great mortification of chief of the officers;
and the next evening we arrived here.
"Never did an army gain more advantage in so little time, whilst the late
Lord Howe was alive; but soon after that, we became a confused rabble. We
have lost a great many brave officers; in Lord Howe's regiment, all the
field officers were killed.

"Sir William Johnson joined us four hours before the engagement; but the
Indians not being used to attack trenches, soon came off."
Lord Howe, the brains of the English army, was killed in this fight, and the
incompetent Abercrombie retreated to Fort William Henry, turning a potential
victory into an unnecessary defeat. In August Col. Bradstreet marched to
Oswego with 3000 men, of whom 312 were Rhode Islanders under Lt. Col. Potter
and Major Wall. This expedition captured Fort Frontenac on August 25th,
destroyed the French naval power on Lake Ontario, and cut the communication
between For Du Quesne and Canada, thus materially assisting the southern
army under Forbes, which so seriously threatened Fort Du Quesne in November,
that the garrison destroyed the fortress and retreated. Meanwhile, in the
North, Amherst had taken Louisburg.

Some of the Rhode Island soldiers were retained in service for the campaign
of 1759, and a call for new enlistments was made in December, 1758.
On February 26th, 1759, the Colony voted to furnish 1000 men for the ensuing
campaign, and later the Assembly ordered the thirteen companies already
raised to proceed to Albany. Some were sent by boat, while others marched
overland, the rendezvous being ordered for April 10th. The quota of 1000
men was not easily raised, and in May a bonus of two months' pay was offered
for enlistments. Bonuses were also offered to seamen who should enlist in
H. M. navy.

In June a second detachment was sent, and an act to raise 115 men to
complete the regiment was ordered. Amherst spent the summer and autumn in
preparations, and when he was ready to move northward, the season had become
too cold. A small English force under Prideaux drove the French from
Niagara, but the remainder of the army operating in the Colonies
accomplished nothing. Meanwhile in Canada, Wolfe had brilliantly defeated
Montcalm on September 18th, Quebec became English.

In February, 1760, the Colony voted to raise 1000 men for the Canadian
Expedition. Christopher Harris was made Colonel, and proceeding to Albany,
joined the force under Lord Amherst. Many of the soldiers, fearing the
hardships of a campaign against so distant a place as Montreal, deserted on
the way to Albany. Amherst advanced with his main force through Oswego,
across Ontario and down the St. Lawrence. Murray came up river from Quebec,
while Haviland with many Colonials, including the Rhode Island contingent,
approached down Lake Champlain. On Sept. 8th, 1760, Montreal surrendered to
the English, and immediately many of the Colonial troops "demobilized
themselves" and returned home.

The Rhode Islanders were very weary of the war, whose military campaign had
made heavy levies of both men and money, and although adding Canada to the
English domain had been of scant benefit to the Colony. The war itself, on
account of the enormous profits made by the privateering enterprises, was
rather popular with the maritime interests.

In March, 1761, the General Assembly voted to raise 666 men for the ensuing
campaign. These men were to serve until November first unlest the campaign
ended previously. John Whiting was made Colonel. The commissioned
officers, as was the custom, hat to enlist a certain number of men in order
to qualify for their commission. The campaign was for the most part
garrison duty. In October Col. Whiting and a company of 66 men were
detailed to garrison Fort Stanwix, and the rest of the Rhode Islanders
returned to Albany and thence by water to Providence.

In February, 1762, the Colony voted to raise 666 men for the year's
campaign. In March an act was passed to raise 178 men for H. M. regular
army. Samuel Rose was made Colonel for the Rhode Island regiment. The
first detachment was hurried to New York in May and shipped to Cuba. The
Rhode Island contingent was commanded by Lt. Col. Hargill and consisted of
(187 or, as some accounts say, 210 men), being the first detachments of the
companies under Hargill, Fry and Russell. The remainder of the regiment,
the second detachment, went to Albany under Col. Rose. Havana was captured
by the Colonial and Regular troops on August 13th, 1762, and the Rhode
Islanders returned home in November, having lost about half their number
through sickness and battle. Another 179 men enlisted in H. M. regular army
during the latter part of 1762 and early part of 1763. Capt. Cornell with
66 men served at Fort Stanwix during the winter of 1762-63, but were
disbanded in July, 1763.

In the later years of the war the English arms had been successful not only
in Canada and the West Indies, but also in India, where Clive was laying the
foundations for a large empire. On the European battlefield, too, England
and her allies had finally obtained the ascendency, Sweden and Russia having
withdrawn from the conflict. These conquests had but little effect on Rhode
Island, who found herself, upon the declaration of peace, facing the
problems of reorganization with her chief source of income (privateering)
abruptly cut off, and her population and wealth sorely depleted by the late
war.

On Tuesday, Feb. 8th, 1763, the King's Proclamation of Peace was publicly
read in Rhode Island.

In February, 1755, a Committee of War consisting of five members was
constituted, and given the control and direction of the military activities
of the Colony. The membership of this board was augmented from time to
time, and continued to exercise its important functions throughout the war,
although subject to the resolutions of the General Assembly, which created
it.

Councils of War were held occasionally but were of local rather than of
general importance. They consisted of the Governor and Deputy Governor, the
Assistants from the town, those acting as such, of the militia companies of
the County in which the Council was held. When at Newport the Captain of
Fort George was also included.

The size of the companies varied from fifty to one hundred men, and the
regiments from five to thirteen companies, as the exigencies of the
situation demanded. Each regiment was commanded by a Colonel, with his
staff, consisting of a Lieutenant-Colonel, a Major, and an Adjutant.
Usually each regiment had a Chaplain, a Commissary, and a Surgeon. In some
campaigns a Deputy-Commissary, a Quartermaster, a Sutler, an Assistant
Surgeon, and an Armorer were attached to the regiment. In no campaigns did
two Rhode Island regiments operate in the same expedition. In the campaign
of 1762 the Rhode Island regiment was divided into two detachments, the one
operating about Albany being under the Colonel, and the one taking part in
the siege of Havana being under the Lieutenant-Colonel.

Each company had a Captain, a Lieutenant and an Ensign and in some campaigns
a Second Lieutenant also. The first, second and third companies were
(except in the campaign of 1755) under the command of the Colonel, the
Lieutenant-Colonel and the Major, respectively. The First Lieutenant of
each of these three companies was ofter styled Captain-Lieutenant and drew a
Captain's pay. The Regiment's Adjutant was chosen from the company of
Lieutenants and acted in both capacities. The non-commissioned officers
were Sergeants and Corporals and usually two drummers were considered as

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3. OUTLINE SUMMARY OF THE COMPANIES OF THE RHODE ISLAND REGIMENTS, 1755 TO 1762

Enlisted 1755
 Col. Christopher Harris' Regt.
March 1st Co. Capt. Cole
 2nd Co. Capt. Sterry (Angell)
 3rd Co. Capt. Babcock
 4th Co. Capt. Francis
August 5th Co. Capt. J. Whiting
 6th Co. Capt. Hammond
 7th Co. Capt. Bradford
September 8th Co. Capt. Bosworth
 9th Co. Capt. Potter
 10th Co. Capt. Hopkins
 11th Co. Capt. Richmond
 Winter of 1755-6
 1st Co. Capt. J. Whiting
Enlisted 1756
 Col. Christopher Harris' Regt.
February 1st Co. Col. Harris
 2nd Co. Lt. Col. Champlin
 3rd Co. Maj. Angell
 4th Co. Capt. Gardner
 5th Co. Capt. Babcock
 6th Co. Capt. Richmond
 7th Co. Capt. Potter
 8th Co. Capt. Bosworth
Continuous Service 9th Co. Capt. J. Whiting
 10th Co. Capt. Hammond (Sept.
Burkett)
June 11th Co. Capt. Fry
 12th Co. Capt. Jenckes
 Col. Hopkins' Regt. called "The 400 Men"
October 1st Co. Col. Hopkins
 2nd Co. Lt. Col. Wickham
 3rd Co. Major Champlin
 4th Co. Capt. Belcher
 5th Co. Capt. Richmond
 6th Co. Capt. Windsor
 7th Co. Capt. Coggeshall
Enlisted 1757
 Col. Samuel Angells' Regt.
February 1st Co. Capt. (Gardner) E. Whiting
 2nd Co. Capt. (Potter) Jenckes
 3rd Co. Capt. J. Whiting
 4th Co. Capt. Greene
 5th Co. Capt. Wall
August Col. John Andrews' Regt.
 Marched on the alarm of August 1757, known as the 10 days
expedition.
 Winter Service 1757-8
 1st Co. Capt. E. Whiting
Enlisted 1758
 Col. (Godfrey Malbone) Henry Babcock's Regt.
March 1st Co. Col. (Malbone) Babcock
 2nd Co. Lt. Col. (Babcock) Potter
 3rd Co. Major Wall (Brown)
 4th Co. Capt. J. Whiting
 5th Co. Capt. Jenckes (Burkett)
 6th Co. Capt. Tew
 7th Co. Capt. Rose
 8th Co. Capt. Peck
 9th Co. Capt. (Potter) Hacker
Continuous Service 10th Co. Capt. E. Whiting
Enlisted 1759
 Col. Henry Babcock's Regt.
February 1st Co. Col. Babcock
 2nd Co. Lt. Col. (Wall) J. Whiting
 3rd Co. Major (J. Whiting) E. Whiting
 4th Co. Capt. Burkett
 5th Co. Capt. Tew
 6th Co. Capt. Rose
 7th Co. Capt. Peck
 8th Co. Capt. Fry
 9th Co. Capt. Eddy
 10th Co. Capt. Hargill
 11th Co. Capt. Brown
 12th Co. Capt. Tripp
 13th Co. Capt. Palmer
Enlisted 1760
 Col. Christopher Harris' Regt.
February 1st Co. Col. Harris
 2nd Co. Lt. Col. Whiting
 3rd Co. Major Burkett
 4th Co. Capt. Rose
 5th Co. Capt. Hargill
 6th Co. Capt. Peck
 7th Co. Capt. Fry
 8th Co. Capt. Russell
 9th Co. Capt. Tew
 10th Co. Capt. Brown
Enlisted 1761
 Col. John Whiting's Regt.
March 1st Co. Col. J. Whiting
 2nd Co. Lt. Col. Rose
 3rd Co. Major Hargill
 4th Co. Capt. Kimball
 5th Co. Capt. Peck
 6th Co. Capt. Hopkins
 7th Co. Capt. Russell
 Winter Service 1761-2
 1st Co. Col. Whiting
Enlisted 1762
 Col. Samuel Rose's Regt.
 1st Co. Col. Rose
 2nd Co. Lt. Col. Hargill
 3rd Co. Major Peck
 4th Co. Capt. Hawkins
 5th Co. Capt. Fry
 6th Co. Capt. Tew
 7th Co. Capt. Russell
 Winter Service 1762-63
 1st Co. Capt. Geo. Cornell

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4. TABLE SHOWING THE YEARS OF SERVICE OF THE MEMBERS OF THE COMMITTEE OF WAR OF THE COLONY OF RHODE ISLAND

Appointed Name
February 1755 Daniel Jenckes 1755-56-57-58-59-60
 " " Thomas Cranston 1755-56-57-58-59-60-61-62
 " " Peter Bours 1755-56-57-58-59-60-61-died
 " " Stephen Hopkins 1755-56-57
 " " Jonathan Nichols 1755-56-died September 1756
September 1756 John Gardner 1756-57-59-60
May 1757 Robert Potter 1757-58-59-61-62
March 1758 Nathan Rice 1758-59-60
May 1758 Abraham Smith 1758-59-60
December 1758 Thomas Greene 1758-59-60
February 1759 Nicholas Gardner 1759-60-61
 " 1760 Gideon Comstock 1760-61-62
May 1760 Joseph Hazard 1760
June 1761 John Jepson 1761-62
 " " Elisha Brown 1761-62
 " " Thos. Casey 1761-62
 " " Shearjashub Bourn 1761-62
October 1761 John Bours 1761-62
 " 1762 George Jackson 1762
 " " Thomas Potter Jr. 1762

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5. ROSTER OF RHODE ISLAND SOLDIER AND SAILORS IN THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR

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6. A

AARON, Joseph. Served in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761
ABBY, Felix. Served in campaigns of 1757 and 1760
ABORN, James. of Warwick. Commander of Privateer King Frederick in 1758.
ABRAHAMS, Ephraim. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
ACKLIN, Francis. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
ADAMS, Ebenezer. Served in campaign of 1760.
AGEDT, Peter. Gunner on Privateer Blackbird in 1762.
ALBRO,
ALSBRO, James. Served in campaign of 1762
        Job. Served in 1762 at Albany in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co.
        John. Served in campaign of 1762.
Maturin of Newpoty. Served at Fort George in 1757 and in campaign of 1762.
Peter of Exeter. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757 and served in campaign of 1760.
Philip. Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
Robert. Served in campaign of 1762.
Stephen of Foster. Marched as Lieutenant on alarm of Aug. 1757.
William of North Kingstown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
ALDRICH, Abel. Served in Major Burkett's Co. in 1760. Taken sick with smallpox in Jan. 1761 at Charlestown, N.H.
Abner. Lieutenant in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756.
Caleb of Smithfield. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
Daniel. Served in campaign of 1762.
Ezra. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
James. Served in campaign of 1760 and in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761.
Joseph. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756.
Philip. Served in the campaign of 1761.
Reuben of Smithfield. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
Simon. Served in campaign of 1760.
ALEXANDER, Richard of Cumberland. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and enlisted for campaign of 1758.
ALGER, Josiah. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756 and in campaign of 1757.
ALISON, David. Served in Capt. Kimball's Col. In 1761.
ALLEN, Amos of Providence. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Augustus of Providence. Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756, in Capt.
        Jenckes' Co. in 1757, and as Ensign in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758.
        Barnabas. Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
        Benjamin of Newport. Drafted and marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Caleb. Served under Col. Rose in 1762.
        Gabriel. Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1761.
        James. Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Jeremiah. Private in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761.
        Joseph. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Joshua of Portsmouth. Marched as Captain on alarm of Aug. 1757; appointed 1st Lieut. Of Capt. Peck's Co. in March 1758, but refused to serve.
Nathaniel of Portsmouth. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
Peter. Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756, and in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
Peter. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
Seth. Served in 1762.
Sylvester. Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
Timothy Henry of Newport. Volunteered and marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
William of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758, enlisted for campaign of 1762, and in H. M. regular Army on Jan. 9, 1763.
Zachariah of Providence. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
ALMY, Benjamin of Newport. Commander of Privateer General Johnston of Newport in 1756 (Sh), and 1760.
        Benjamin of Newport. Drafted in Aug. 1757.
ALSBRO, see ALBRO
ALSWORTH, see AYLESWORTH
ALVERSON, David of Providence. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in campaign of 1762.
        Simeon or Simon. Served in the campaign of 1761. Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
        Thomas. Served in Col. Rose's Regt. In 1762.
AMBROSE, Israel. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
AMOS, Samuel of Newport. Enlisted for campaign of 1762.
AMY, William. Served on Privateer Deviance of Newport in 1756.
ANDERSON, Alexander. Master of Privateer General Johnston in 1757.
        James of Newport. Marched in alarm of 1757.
ANDREWS, Benjamin. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. In 1760.
        Benoni. Served in campaign of 1758.
David. Served as A. B. seaman on H. M. S. Pembroke in 1759 and 1760.
        James. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        Jonathan. Appointed Ensign of Capt. Bradford's Co. in Aug. 1755.
        John. Appointed Colonel of Regt. Raised on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Appointed commissioner to wait upon the Earl of Loudon, Feb. 14,
        1758, and in Dec. 1758 a member of the court martial to inquire into the conduct of the officers in the last campaign.
        John. Served in the campaign of 1759.
        Joshua. Served Col. Harris' Regt. In 1760 and in Capt. Tew's Co. in 1762.
        Philip. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. In 1760, and in Capt. Tew's Co. in 1762.
Timothy of Coventry. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758 and 1759. Died.
        William. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. In 1760, and in Major Peck's Co in 1762.
        Zepheniah of Gloucester. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756, and marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
ANGELL, Christopher of Smithfield. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        James. Appointed 1st Lieutenant of Col. Hopkins' Co. in Oct. 1756.
        James of Providence. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in campaigns of 1760 and 1761.
        John. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. In 1760
        Negro of Providence. Marched in alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Samuel. Succeeded Sterry as Captain of 2nd Co. in Col. Harris' Regt. In
1755, appointed Major of Col. Harris' Regt. In Feb. 1756, and suc -ceded Champlin as Lieutenant Colonel; appointed Colonel and so served in campaign of 1758.
Samuel. Commander of the Privateer Jolly Bachellor of Newport in 1758. (Sh).
Thomas of Providence. Marched as hostler on the alarm of Aug. 1757.
ANTHONY, Philip of South Kingstown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759 and in campaign of 1762.
ANTUOMPT, John. Served in Major Babcock's Co. in 1755.
ANTIUM, and in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759
ARMINGTON, Josiah. Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
        William. Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
ARMSTRONG, Nathan. Served in campaign of 1759.
ARNOLD, Benedict. Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Caleb of Smithfield. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        David of Gloucester. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Isaac. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757, and in Col. Harris' Regt. In 1760.
        Joseph of Newport. Commander of Privateer Polly in 1759.
        Joseph of Providence. Volunteered on the alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Josiah of Warwick. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Philip of Smithfield. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Stephen of Smithfield. Appointed Lieutenant of Capt. Hammond's
        Co. in Aug. 1755; 1st Lieutenant in Capt. Windsor's Co. in Oct.
        1756, and marched as Captain on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        William of Warwick. Marched as Private on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        ________. Served on Privateer Providence in 1758. Made
        Prizemaster 25 May, 1758.
ARTHUR, William. Served in Lt. Col. Cole's Co. in 1755 and appointed
 Armorer to Col. Harris' Regt. Upon their arrival at Green-Bush
(ARTER)
ASH, John. Served in campaign of 1762.
ASHPO, John. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762.
ASHWORTH, Robert. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
ASPELL, Nicholas. Served on Privateer Blackbird in 1762.
ASTEN, see AUSTIN.
ATES , William. Served in campaign of 1761 and as Private in Capt.
        Hawkins' Co. in 1762.
ATHERTON, Solomon. Enlisted for campaign of 1758.
ATWOOD, Anthony. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
        Enlisted for campaign of 1762.
        Benjamin of Newport. Enlisted for campaign of 1762.
        Scipio (colored). Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
AUCHMUTY, John. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1758 and 1759, and
        Served in campaign of 1760.
AUSTIN,
ASTIN,
ASTON, Benjamin. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. In 1760.
AUSTIN, Benoni of West Greenwich. Served in Capt. Fry's Co. in 1756.
AUSTIN, David. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760
        James. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        James of North Kingstown, marched on alarm of Aug. 1757
        And served in Capt. Fry's Co. in 1762.
        Jeremiah. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757, and in campaign
        Of 1758.
        Jeremiah, jr. of Exeter. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John. Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756, in Capt. J. Whiting's
        Co. in 1757, and in Col. Rose's Regt. In 1762.
        John. Enlised as a seaman in 1756 and went to Oswego, where
        He was captured by the French.
        Joseph. Enlisted as a sawer-a-top in 1756, and went to Oswego
        Where he was captured by the Frend.
        Joseph of Jamestown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Parismus. Served in Col. Rose's Regt. In 1762.
        Peres alias Pyerus. Served in Col. Rose's Regt. In 1762.
        William. Enlisted in H. M. regular Army in 1762.
AVERY, Thomas of Coventry. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756,
        Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, served in campaigns of 1758,
        1759 and 1760.
AXTON, Young. Served as soldier at Fort George, R.I. from 1755 to 1763.
AYLESWORTH, Anthony. Served in campaign of 1756.
        Benjamin. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        Christopher. Served in Col. Rose's Reft. In 1762.
        John, jr. of Coventry. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, served in Capt.
        Jenckes' Co. in 1758, and in campaigns of 1759, 1760, and 1761, and
        In Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Josiah. Served in Col. Hopkins' Regt. In 1756.
        Philip. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. In 1760.
        Robert. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757, in Capt. Russell's Co. in
        1760, and in Col. Rose's Reft. In 1762.
        Robert, jr. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
        Thomas. Appointed Ensign of the 9th Co. (Potter's, later Hacker's Co.)
        In March 1758, became Lieutenant of Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758.
AURAULT , Daniel, jr. Member of Councils of War in 1757, 1758, 1759
        And 1762.

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7. B

BABCOCK, Abel. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758
        Amos. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757 and in campaign of 1762.
        Andrew. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758 and 1759, and in Capt.
        Russel's Co. in 1760
Henry. Appointed Captain of 3rd Co. in Col. Harris' Regt. March 6, 1755;
        And served in campaign of 1755, becoming Major before Nov. 27.
        He commanded the 2nd Co. in the campaign of 1756. He was
        Appointed 2nd Lieutenant-Colonel in Col. Andrew's Regt., which
        Marched on the alarm of Aug. 1757. He was appointed Lieutenant-
        Colonel in March 1758. He served as Colonel and Commander of
        The Rhode Island forces in Campaigns of 1758 and 1759.
Ichabod, jr. Appointed Ensign of Capt. Babcock's Co. in March 1755.
Job of Hopkinton. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757 and served in campaign
        Of 1762.
John of Hopkinton. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
Joshua. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1759.
Luke. Served as Commissary in campaign of 1759.
Oliver. Served in Col. Rose's Regt. In 1762.
William. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
BACK , Daniel. Served in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        John. Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758, and in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. at
        Havana in 1762.
BACKIER, John. Private in Capt. Hawkin's Co. in 1762.
BACON, Henry of Providence. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
BAGLEY, Joseph of Smithfield. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
BAILEY, Bennett of Tiverton. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
BALES, Oliver. Served in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Samuel. Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758.
BAKER, Benjamin of Warwick. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Benjamin of South Kingstown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Elisha of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Elisha of Exeter. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Elisha. Served in campaign of 1758.
        Ephraim. Served in campaigns of 1758 and 1762.
        Jeremiah of North Kingstown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Jonathan. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. In 1760.
        Joshua. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Philip. Appointed 2nd Lieutenant of Capt. Wall's Co. in March 1758, and in
 Col. Rose's Regt. In 1762.
        Samuel. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
        William. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757 and in Col. Rose's Regt. 1762.
BALCH, Timothy of Newport. Drafted and marched as Ensign on alarm of Aug.
 1757. Member of Council of War in 1761 and 1762.
BALES, see BAILEY
BALL, Thomas. Enlisted at Newport as a seaman and was sent to New York in
 Aug. 1762.
BALLARD
BOLLARD, Jeremiah. Private in Capt. Hawkins' Co. in 1762.
        Jonathan. Served in campaign of 1758.
BALLOU, Daniel. Served in campaign of 1760.
        Elisha of Cumberland. Appointed Lieutenant in Co. Harris' Regt. In 1756,
 But did not march.
        Jonathan of Providence. Volunteered on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Stephen. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, and in campaign of 1762, and
        Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
BARBER, Daniel. Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758.
        John of Hopkinton. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757 and served in Capt.
 Russell's Co. in 1762.
        Zebulon of Exeter. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in Capt.
 Russell's Co. in 1760.
BARDINE
BOARDWINE, Nathan. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        Prince of North Kingstown. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
BARKER, Edward of Middletown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Edward of Portsmouth. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Joseph of North Kingstown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
BARNES, John. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. In 1756.
        (son of Thomas of Gloucester) Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
BARNEY, Israel, jr. of Newport. Drafted and marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
BARTHOLOMEW, Caesar of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
BARTLETT, Charles. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758.
        Christopher of Cumberland. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in
 Campaign of 1760.
        David. Served in Capt. Hawkins' Co. in 1762.
        Daniel, jr. Served in Capt. Kimball's Co. of 1761.
        Israel. Served in campaign of 1760.
        Thomas. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
BARTON, Anthony of Warwick. March on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in
 Campaign of 1758, in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761 and in Capt.
 Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Rufus, jr. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. In 1760.
BASS, John of Providence. Voluteered on alarm of Aug. 1757. Appointed
 Chaplain and Surgeon's Mate of Col. Babcock's Regt. In May 1758.
BATES, David. Served in campaign of 1761.
        Ebenezer. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
        John of South Kingstown. March on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Oliver. Served in campaign of 1761, and in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762
BATES, Robert. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
BATTY, Benjamin. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756.
BAXTER, Thomas. Served in campaign of 1762.
BEARD, John. Lieutenant at Fort George, R.I. in 1759, 1760 and 1761.
BEVERLY, Gideon. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
        Jesse. Served in campaign of 1756.
        John. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757, in campaign of 1758, and as
 Ensign in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759.
BEERS, Stephen. Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756.
BELCHER, Joseph of Newport. Appointed Capt. Of the 4th Co. in the 2nd (Col.
 Hopkin's) Regt. In Oct. 1756, and served as Lieutenant on alarm of 1757.
BELKNAP, Benjamin. Served in campaign of 1760.
BELL, Edmund of Newport. Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756, on Privateer
 George of Newport in 1758 and in campaign of 1762.
        Edmund, jr. of Newport. Served in campaign of 1762.
        James. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Robert. Served as boy on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        Thomas. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
BENNETT, Ezekiel. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        Henry. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
        Job, jr. Member of Councils of War in 1756, 1757, 1758, 1759, 1760, 1761 and
 1762.
        John of Little Compton. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, served in campaign of
 1758, and in Col. Harriis' Regt. In 1760.
        Jonathan. Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756.
        Joseph. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758 and died.
 Joseph of Scituate. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. In 1760,in campaign of 1762,
 And in Capt. Cornell's Co. at Fort Stanwix in 1762 and 1763.
        Judah. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758.
        Samuel. Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756, in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in
 1757, in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, and in Col. Harris' Regt. In 1760.
        Samuel of Coventry. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Timothy. Served in campaign of 1761, and in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        William. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1758; appointed and served as
 Ensign in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1759, and succeeded Byrn as 2nd
 Lieutenant of Lt. Col. Whiting's Co. in 1760.
        (so of Benjamin). Served in campaign of 1760.
BENSON, Isaac. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
        Jacob. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758.
BENTLEY, Benjamin. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. In 1760.
        Caleb. Served in Col. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Greene. Served in campaign of 1762.
        James. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
        Joseph. Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758, and in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
        Thomas of Jamestown. Marched as Ensign on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Thomas (perhaps same as above). Served in Col. Harris' Co. in 1760, and in
        Campaign of 1761 at Fort Stanwix.
BERRY, Charles. Served in Capt. Fry's Co. in 1760 and in Col. Rose's Regt in 1762.
        Elisha. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756.
Robert of Smithfield. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756 and 1757, in campaigns of 1758 and 1759, and in Capt. Hawkins' Co. in 1762.
Simeon. Served in Capt. Babcock's Co. in 1759.
BILL, Joshua. Appointed Ensign of 1st Co. in Feb. 1755, but company was not raised.
 Appointed Ensign of Capt. Cole's Co. 6 March 1755.
BILLINGS, Daniel. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1762 and died at Havana,
 25 Aug. 1762.
        Fellows. Served in campaign of 1760.
        Jabez. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762.
BILLINGTON, Daniel. Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1760, and in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Elisha. Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Joseph. Served in campaign of 1758.
BISHOP, Abner of Smithfield. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757, and in campaign of
 1758.
        Ebenezer. Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
        Ezekiel. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757, and in 1758.
        John. Served in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761, and as Corporal in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
        William of Gloucester. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
BLACKMAN, Abner. Served in campaign of 1762.
        Ezekiel. Served in campaign of 1760.
        John of Gloucester. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
BLACKMORE, James, jr. Served in campaigns of 1758 and 1759.
BLANCHARD, Isaac. Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        James. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1756.
        Jeremiah. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1756, in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, and in campaign of 1759.
Joseph. Served in Major Burkett's Co. in 1760.
Moses. Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
Simon. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1755.
William. Served in campaign of 1762.
BLAR, Manuel (colored). Served on Privateer Providence.
BLAIR,_______ in 1757. Killed Dec. 21, 1757, off Porte Plate.
BLEU, John. Enlisted at Newport and served as seaman in 1762.
BLISS, George. Served in campaign of 1755.
        James. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
        William. Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        William. Member of Councils of War' in 1756 and 1757.
BLIVEN, James. Served in campaign of 1762.
        Nathan. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1758 and as Ensign in Capt. Tripp's
 Co. in 1759.
BOARDMAN , Jacob of North Kingstown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
BOARDMAN, Israel of Newport. Commander of Privateer General Webb of
 Newport in 1758.
BOID, Andrew. Served as Quartermaster of regiment in 1760.
BOYD,_____ 2nd Lieutenant of Col. Whiting's Co. in 1761, and 2nd Lieutenant
commanding Second detachment of Capt. Fry's Co. at Albany in 1762.
BOISE, see BOYCE.
BOISS,
BOLLARD, see BALLARD
BOLSTER, Isaiah. Served in campaign of 1761.
BOND, William. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
BOOTES, Joseph. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
BOOTH, William of Newport. Served as seaman in 1762.
BORDEN, Benjamin. Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756.
        Thomas. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
BOSWORTH, Benjamin. Appointed Ensign of Capt. Whiting's Co. in Aug. 1755, and
 Lieutenant of Lt. Col. Champlin's Co. in Feb. 1756.
        Daniel. Appointed Captain of the 8th Co. in Sept. 1755, and Captain of the 8th
 Co. in Feb. 1756.
        Joseph. Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Nero of Bristol (colored). Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
BOURGET, Daniel. Enlisted in H. M. regular armey in 1762.
BOURK, see BURKE.
BOURN, Michael. Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756.
        Shearjashub. Member of Committee of War in 1761 and 1762.
BOURS, Peter. Member of Committee of War from 1755 to 1761; and appointed on
 Committer to prepare a plan of the harbor of Newport and a profile of
 Port George in Dec. 1755.
.John, son of Peter. Succeeded his father as Member of Committee of War in 1761.
BOWDITCH, Asa. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1758.
BOWDISH,_________Ensign of Capt. Fry's Co. in 1759, 2nd Lieutenant of Capt.
 Capt. Fry's Co. in 1760, 1st Lieutenant of Capt. Hopkin's Co. in 1761, and
 1st Lieutenant of Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. in 1762. Died at Havana in 1762.
        Moses. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, and as 2nd Lieutenant of Capt.
 Burkett's Co. in 1759.
        Nathaniel. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756, and as Ensign of Capt. Wall's
 Co. in 1758.
        William. Served in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. at Havana in 1762.
BOWDOWN, John. Soldier at Fort George, R.I. in 1755 and 1756.
BOWDOIN
BOWEN, Amos. Served in Captain Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
        Amos. Served on Privateer Providence in 1757, and was wounded Dec. 21.
        Charles. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759.
        Ebenezer of Providence. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Ephraim, Surgeon of Providence. Volunteered on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Fortin of Smithfield (colored). Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
BOWEN, Jabez jr. Served in campaign of 1762.
        Thomas. Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
        Vinton. Served in Capt. Fry's Co. in Havana in 1762.
BOWERS, James. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
BOWLER, Adam. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        Jack. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        Metcalf. Member of Councils of War in 1756, 1757 and 1762.
BOWLES, John of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
BOYCE, Daniel. Served in campaign of 1758.
        Paul of Smithfield. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
BRADBOAR, Henry. Enlisted at Newport as a seaman in 1762.
BRADBURY
BRADFORD, William. Appointed Captain of 7th Co. in Aug. 1755.
BRAGG, Benjamin. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        James. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
        Nicholas of Warwick. Served as hostler on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        See BRIGGS.
BRAMAN, John. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759 and in campaign of 1762.
BRAYMAN, Josiah. Served as 2nd Lieutenant in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761.
BRAND, Amos. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        John. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, and in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1758.
        Thomas. Served in Capt. Whiting's Co. in 1759.
        Samuel. Served in Capt. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Samuel of Hopkinton. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
BRATTLE, Robert of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
BRAYTON, Gideon. Served in Capt. Tew's Co. in 1762.
BRENAN, Laurence. Served on Privateer Blackbird in 1762.
BRENTON, Benjamin. Served at Louisburg in campaign of 1759.
        Samuel. Member of Council of War 28 April 1762.
BRETT, Richard. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
BRIDGE, John. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
BRIGGS, Allenton. Served in Col. Hopkins' Regt. in 1756.
        Caleb. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        David. Served in campaigns of 1761, and 1762.
        Jeremiah. 2nd Lieutenant in Capt. Richmond's Co. in 1756
        Jeremiah of Scituate. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757, and in
 Campaign of 1758.
        John of E. Greenwich. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757, and in
 Campaigns of 1758, 1759 and 1760.
        Nathan. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760. Died.
        Nathan. Served in Col. Rose's Co. in 1762.
        Nathaniel. Served in Capt. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Quacko. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Richard. Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758.
        Thomas of E. Greenwich. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Townsend. Served in campaigns of 1760 and 1762.
BRIGGS, William. Served in campaigns of 1758 and 1759.
BRIGHTMAN, William. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
BROADFOOT, Isaac. Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756.
BROADLICK, John. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
BROADWAY, Jeremiah. Served in campaigns of 1758, 1759, and
 1761, and in Capt. Hawkin's Co. in 1762.
BROCK, Amos. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757, as Corporal in campaign of
 1759, in campaign of 1760, and as Corporal in Capt. Hawkin's Co. in
 1762.
        Ezekiel. Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756.
        George. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757, and in Capt. Hawkin's Co. in
 1762.
        Nicholas of Scituate. Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756, in Capt. Jenckes'
 Co. in 1757, and in campaign of 1759.
BROMLEY, Nathan. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762, and died
 Oct. 13, 1762.
BROOKS, John. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
BROUGHTON, John of Newport. Commander of Privateer Providence in 1760.
BROWN, Allen of Providence. Volunteered on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in
 Campaign of 1758.
        Alexander, Jr. Served as Ensign in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. in 1762.
        Amos. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756 and in campaign of 1762.
        Benajah. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1759.
        Benjamin of Cumberland. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Benjamin. Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758.
        Benjamin. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758.
        Benjamin. Served in campaigns of 1760 and 1762.
        Benjamin. Surgeon's Mate of Col. Babcock's Regt. in 1759, and Surgeon of
 Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Chad of Gloucester. Marched as Captain on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Christopher. Served in Col. Harris' Co. in 1760.
        Daniel. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
        Elisha. Member of Committee of War in 1761 and 1762.
        Elisha. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1759 and in Capt. Russell's Co. at
 Havana in 1762.
        George. Commissioner to wait upon the Earl of Loudon in 1757, and
 Member of committee to build sloop of war in 1757.
        George of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Hugh. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
        Ichabod. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756.
        James. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        James. Served on Privateer Blackbird in 1762.
        Jeremiah. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1758 and 1759, and in
 Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Jesse of Smithfield. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
John of Newport. Volunteered and marched on alarm of 1757.
BROWN, John. Served in campaign of 1760.
        John of Newport. Commander of Privateer Mars of Newport in 1758.
        John. Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756, and on
 Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
        Joseph of Providence. Volunteered on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Joseph. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Joseph of Middletown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Joshua. 2nd Lieutenant of Capt. Whiting's Co. in winter service 1755-6,
 And in 1756, 1st Lieutenant of Capt. Wall's Co. in 1758,
 Succeeded Wall as Capt. In 1758, and served as Capt. In
 1759 and 1760.
        Joshua of Hopkinton. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Nathaniel. Served on Privateer Blackbird in 1762.
        Nicholas of Providence. Volunteered on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Nicholas of Smithfield. Served in Col. Harris' Regt in 1756, marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758.
        Obadiah of Providence. Appointed on committee to build sloop of
 War in 1757, and volunteered on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Obadiah of Gloucester. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in
 Campaign of 1758.
        Richard. Mate on Privateer Blackbird in 1762.
        Roger. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757, and as
 Boatswain on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        Stephen. Enlisted in H. M. regular army Jan. 13, 1763.
        Thomas. Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756.
BROWNELL, Joseph. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757, in
 Campaign of 1760, and as Ensign of Capt. Hopkin's Co. in 1761.
BRUMMINGHAM, Richard. Served in campaign of 1758.
BRUCE, Robert. Served in Capt. Cornell's Co. in 1763 at Albany.
BRUSHEL, Thomas. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, and in Capt. Fry's
 Co. at Havana in 1762.
BRUSSILL, William of Warwick. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756 and in
 Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
BRYANT, John. Enlisted in H. M. regular army Jan. 6, 1763.
        Nicholas of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        William. Served in campaign of 1756.
BUCKLEY, Roger. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
BUCKLIN, Joseph of Providence. Volunteered on alarm of Aug. 1757.
BUCKMASTER, Thomas. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757. and
 Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
BUFFET, Thomas. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
BUFFILL, Thomas. Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756 and in campaign of
 1758.
BUFFUM, Walter of Newport. Commander of Privateer Triton of Newport in
 1758 (Sh), and 1759.

BULL, John. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757, and as 2nd
 Lieutenant on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        Tom. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
BULLOCK, Jonathan. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
BUNDY, Jonathan. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
BURDEN, John of Tiverton. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
BURDICK, Benjamin. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1758.
        Elias. Ensign of Capt. Russell's Co. in 1761.
        Ezais. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1758 and 1759.
        Ichabod. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1758 and 1759.
        Jesse. Served in campaign of 1762.
        John of Charlestown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Jonathan of Newport. Commander of Privateer Molly of
 Newport in 1760, and of Privateer Sarah in 1761 (Sh).
        Oliver of Westerly. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in
 1762, and died 22 Aug. 1762.
        Robert of Westerly. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Thomas of Stonington and Westerly. Served in campaign of
 1755, and was killed.
        Zaccheus. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
        Zebediah. Served in campaign of 1762.
BURGEN, Thomas. Steward on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
BURGESS, Benjamin. Served in campaign of 1762.
        Edward. Served in campaign of 1755.
        Lewis. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
BURKE, John. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
BURKETT, Thomas of Providence. Ensign of Capt. Sterry's Co. in 1755,
 1st Lieutenant of Col. Harris' Co. in 1756, succeeded
 Hammond as Captain of 10th Co. Sept. 1, 1756, Captain of
 Campaign of 1758, Captain in 1759, and Major of Col.
 Harris' Reft. In 1760.
BURLESON, Edward of Coventry. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
BURLINGAME, David of Gloucester. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
BURLINHAM, Jeremiah. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        John. Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756.
        Joshua of Cranston. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Josiah. Served at Fort George, R.I., from 1755 to 1759.
        Peter of Cranston. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Roger. Served in campaign of 1761.
        Stukely. Served in campaign of 1758, and in Capt. Kimball's
 Co. in 1761.
BURNHAM, Jacob of Gloucester. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
BURR, Ezekiel of Providence. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
BURRINGTON, Peter of Portsmouth. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
BUSH, Bowen. Served in Capt. Hawkin's Co. in 1762.
BUSSENBERGER, Christanus of Jamestown. Marched on alarm of
 Aug. 1757.
BUSSENBURY
BURT, John of Gloucester. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
BUSHEE, James of Warren. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
BUSEY, John M. Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
BUTLER, Benjamin of Cumberland. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Benjamin. 2nd Lieutenant of Capt. Windsor's Co. in 1756.
        Joseph of Hopkinton. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
BUTTERWORTH, Benjamin. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
BUTTON, Amos. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759 and in campaign of 1762.
        Charles. Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758.
        Daniel. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1759.
        (son of Mathias). Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758.
        Elisha. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1759.
        Isaiah. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758 and 1759, and in campaign of 1762.
        Nathan. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758 and 1759.
        Rufus. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759.
BYRN, Daniel. 2nd Lieutenant of Major Whiting's Co. in 1759, and 2nd
 Lieutenant of Lt. Col. Whiting's Co. in 1760. Died in 1760.
        Michael. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        Thomas. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        William. Served as gunner on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.

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CADY, Benjamin of Providence Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757
CAESAR, Charles Served in campaign of 1762.
        Carder Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757
        Ebenezer Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758
        Jacob of Warwick Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757
        Josiah Served in campaigns of 1758 and 1762.
        Joseph Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Obediah of N. Kingstown (colored) Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
 Obediah Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        Thomas Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
CAHOONE, Benjamin Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756, in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757
 in campaign of 1758, Sergeant in campaign of 1759, and in Col. Harris'
 Regt. in 1760
        Ebenezer Lieutenant of Capt. Hopkins' Co. in 1755.
        James Member of Council of War in 1762.
        John Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758, and at Fort George, R.I., in
 1760.
        Thomas Served in campaign of 1761, and in Capt. Fry's Co. in 1762.
CALLAHAN, Michael Linguister on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
CALLENDER, Ellis Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and enlisted at Newport for
 campaign of 1762.
CALLUM, John Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758.
CALVER, William Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757
CAMMETT, Abraham Served in Col. Hopkins' Regt. in 1756.
        Isaac Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762, and enlisted in H. M. regular
 army 10 Jan. 1763.
CAMP, John Served in campaign of 1760.
CAMPBELL, Henry Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        John of Newport Volunteered and marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Tamberlin Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co in 1757, Ensign of Capt. J. Whiting's
Co. in 1758, 2nd Lieutenant of Capt. Hargill's Co. in 1759, and appointed Ensign of Capt. Peck's Co. in 1760, but did not serve.
CANE, John Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
CAPRON, Charles of Cumberland Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
Edward of Warwick Served in Capt. Potters Co. in 1756, marched on alarm of
        Aug. 1757, and served in Capt. Fry's Co. in 1761 and 1762.
Oliver Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756.
CAPWELL, Amos Served in campaign of 1761, and in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in
 1762.
        Benjamin of Coventry Served in Col. Hopkins' Regt. in 1756, in Capt. Wall's
 Co. in 1757, in campaign of 1759, and in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in
 1762.
CARD, Benjamin Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Peleg Served in campaign of 1761.
CARELL, see CAROLL.
CARNEY, Thomas Served as A. B. seaman on H. M. S. Pembroke in 1759 and 1760.
CARPENTER, Beloved Served in campaign of 1761.
        Benjamin Served in campaigns of 1758 and 1759.
        Comfort Served at Fort George, R. I., in 1757, in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760, and
 as Ensign in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761.
        Edward Served at Fort George, R. I., in 1757.
        Ezekial Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762
        Joseph of Cranston Marched as Lieutenant on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Joseph of E. Greenwich Marched as Captain on alarm of Aug. 1757.
CARR, Benjamin 2nd Lieutenant of Lt. Col. Wall's Co. in 1759.
Caleb, Lieutenant of Fort George, R.I., in 1756, 1757, 1758, 1759, 1761, and
        1762.
        Caleb of Warwick Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        Esek Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757, and as Ensign of Col. Babcock's
 Co. in 1758.
        James Gunner at Fort George in 1762.
        John Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
        John Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Michael of N. Kingstown Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
        Patrick Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        Samuel Appointed Captain of Fort George, R. I., in May 1763.
CARROLL, David Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        James Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
        Lawrence Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
CARTER, William of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
CARTY, Benjamin Served in campaign of 1757.
CAREY, Elias of S. Kingstown Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, served in Capt. Rose's
CARY, Co. in 1758, and in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
CARRY,
        Thomas Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762.
CASE, Carder Served in Col Hopkins' Rgt. in 1756, and in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        Immanuel Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Israel Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Mitchell of Warwick Marched as Captain on alarm of Aug. 1757, served as
 Ensign in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1758, as 1st Lieutenant in Capt. Tripp's
 Co. in 1759, as 2nd Lieutenant in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1760, as Ensign in
 Lt. Col. Rose's Co. in 1761, and as 2nd Lieutenant on Privateer Blackbird
 In 1762.
        Nathan Served at Fort George, R. I., in 1756.
        Peter of S. Kingstown Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Sanford of S. Kingstown Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
CASEY, Silas of E. Greenwich Served as hostler on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Thomas Member of Committee of War in 1761 and 1762.
CASS, Benjamin Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Joseph Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758.
        Oliver Served in campaign of 1760.
CAST, Joseph Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756.
CATIAN, William Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757 and 1758.
CAUHIES, see COHEIS.
CHACE, see CHASE.
CHADWICK, George Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
        Thomas Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
CHAFFEE, Shuball served as Corporal in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
CHALLIS, James Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
CHALONER, Walter Commander of Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1757.
CHAMPLIN, Christopher , Jr. Commissary and Major of Col. Harris' Regt. in 1755,
 and on Special Investigating Committee in Oct. 1755. Appointed Lieut.
 Colonel of Col. Harris' Regt. in 1756.
        Dereck Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1759.
        Elias Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        Jabez Member of Councils of war in 1760 and 1761.
        Joseph Major of Col. Hopkins' Regt. in 1756.
        Peter Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760, and in Capt. Russell's Co. at
 Havana in 1762.
        Samuel 1st Lieutenant in Capt. Hammond's Co. in 1756, and 2nd Lieutenant in
 Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759.
        Thomas Error for Samuel q. v.
        Trumpeter Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
CHANDLER, William of Newport Volunteered and marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
CHANNING, Shar'pr Served as cook on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
CHAPMAN, Alexander Enlisted at Newport as a seaman in 1762.
        Stephen Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756, and in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
CHAPPELL, Stephen Served in Col Rose's Regt. in 1762.
CHASE, Abner Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in Havana in 1762.
CHACE,
        Abraham of Coventry Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Benjamin Enlisted in H. M. regular army Jan. 9, 1763.
        Comfort Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        John Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
        John Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Samuel Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
        Seth Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Zacheus Drafted on alarm of Aug. 1757.
CHASE, see CHEESE.
CHEATS, William Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756.
CHEESE, Joseph Served in campaign of 1761, and in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in
 1762.
        Peter of Warwick Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756, and in Capt. Wall's Co.
 in 1757.
        Thomas Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756.
CHENEY, Oliver Served in campaign of 1762.
CHESEBOROUGH, David Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        James Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757, 1758, and 1759.
CHESNUT, Samuel Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
CHICHESTER, Jeremiah Served in campaign of 1761.
CHILD, Henry Served in campaign of 1761.
CHIPMAN, John Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762, and in H. M. regular
 army Jan. 1, 1763.
CHRISTIAN, John Enlisted at Newport as a seaman in 1762.
CHURCH, Benedict Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Charles of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        David Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1758 and 1759.
        Edward of Little Compton Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Edward Commander of Privateer Charming Betty of Newport in 1757.
        Isaac Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757, in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760,
 and enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
        Joshua Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1758 and
 1759, and in campaign of 1762.
        Rufus Served as a carpenter at Oswego in 1756, and was taken prisoner by the
 French.
        Rufus of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Samuel Served in campaign of 1762.
        Thomas of Little Compton Marched as Captain on alarm of Aug. 1757.
CLANNEL, see CLANNING, CLOUNER.
CLARKE, Amos Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758.
Caleb, Jr. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762, and died Nov. 16,
        1762.
        Crawford Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Edward Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757, in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1759
 and in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762, and died Nov. 1, 1762.
        Elisha of Charlestown Marched as Ensign on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Hutchinson Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Jabez Served in campaign of 1762.
        James of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John Served at Fort George, R. I., in 1761.
        John, Jr. of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John of Smithfield Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in Capt. Brown's
 Co. in 1758 and 1759.
        Jonathan of Providence Volunteered on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Joseph, Jr. Served in campaign of 1762.
        Latham Served as Captain in Col. Hopkins' Regt. in 1756.
        Reuben Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        Robert Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762, and died 6 Sept. 1762.
        Stephen Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762, and died 22 Aug. 1762.
        Thomas Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758.
        Walter Commander of Privateer Bearer of Newport in 1762.
        Walter Served as Lieutenant in Capt. Tew's Co. in 1760.
        Weston Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1759.
CLEMENCE, John of Smithfield Served in Col. Harris' Regt.
CLEMENTS, in 1756, and marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John Enlisted at Newport as a seaman in 1762.
        Richard of Providence Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
CLEVELAND, John Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
CLOIS, Thomas Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757, and was transferred to Capt.
 Wall's Co.
CLOSSON, Ichobod Served in campaign of 1762.
        Richard Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, and in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759.
CLOUNER, Edward Served as caulker and sawer at Oswego
CLANNEL, in 1756, and was taken prisoner by the French.
CLANNING,
COATES, David Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758 and 1759.
        John Enlisted at Newport as a seaman in 1762.
        John Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
COBB, Benjamin Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Daniel Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758, and in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Freeman Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
        James Served as A. B. seaman on H. M. S. Pembroke in 1759 and 1760.
        John Served in campaign of 1758.
COBURN, James Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
CODDINGTON, Francis of Newport Commander of Privateer Britannia in 1762.
        James Commander of Privateer Wolf of Newport in 1762.
        Nathaniel Prize Master on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
CODNER, David Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
        George of Warren Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Ishmael Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, and in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759.
        John Served in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Samuel served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758, and in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Stephen Served in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. in 1762.
COFFERE, James Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
COGGESHALL, Daniel Jr. Ensign in Col. Rose's Co. in 1762.
        Giles of Portsmouth Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and enlisted for campaign
 of 1762.
        James Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        Joseph of North Kingstown Captain of 7th Co. of Col. Hopkins' Regt. in 1756,
 and Commissary of Col. Babcock's Regt. in 1758.
        Joseph of Warwick Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1759.
        Joshua Served at Fort George, R. I., in 1755.
        Joshua, Jr., of Middletown Marched as officer on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Nicholas of Newport Served on Privateer Geroge of Newport in 1757 and
 1758, and as A. B. seaman on H. M. S. Pembroke in 1759.
        Solomon (Indian) Served on Privateer Providence in 1759.
COYHIS, COHEIS, COYEES, CAUHIES.
        Charles Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
        Edom of Charlestown Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Ephraim, Jr., of Richmond Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Thomas Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1758, and in Capt. E. Whiting's
 Co. in 1759.
COLE, Constant Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756, and in Capt. Wall's Co. in
 1757.
        Edward Captain of 1st Co. and Lt. Col. of Col. Harris' Regt. in 1755, and in
 command of the reinforcements that rescued the remnants of Col.
 Williams' force on Sept. 8, 1755.
        George Served in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761, and in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
        Hugh Served in campaign of 1762.
        Isaac of Warren Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John of Scituate Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757, in campaigns of 1758 and
 1760, and in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761.
        John of Providence Volunteered on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Joseph of Providence Volunteered on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Nathan of Warren Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Richard Served as Corporal in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761, and as drummer in
 Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
        Spencer Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757 and 1758.
        Thomas of Warren Marched as Lieutenant on alarm of Aug. 1757.
COLEGROVE, Benjamin Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        Isaac Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757 and was transferred to Capt. Wall's
 Co.
        Jeremi'y Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
COLLER, Daniel of Cumberland Served in Capt. Angell's Co. in 1755, in Capt.
 Whiting's Co in winter of 1755-56, and in 1756. Captured by the French
 in May 1756.
        Daniel Served in campaign of 1762.
        Jonathan of Cumberland Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in
 campaign of 1760.
COLLINS, James Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
        Jedediah, Jr. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Nathan Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Thomas of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, served in Capt. Jenckes'
 Co. in 1758, and 2nd Lieutenant in Capt. Eddy's Co. in 1759, and as 2nd
 Lieutenant in Col. Harris' Co. in 1760.
COLVER, Stephen, Jr., of Coventry Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        William of West Greenwich Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
COLVIN, Luther Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
COLVILL,
COMAN, Benjamin Served in campaign of 1761.
COMSTOCK, Aaron Served in campaigns of 1760 and 1761.
        Abner Served in campaigns of 1760 and 1761
Abraham of Smithfield Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
Azariah of Smithfield Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
Gideon Member of committee of war in 1760, 1761, and 1762.
Jeremiah of Gloucester Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
Moses of Smithfield Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in Capt.
 Kimball's Co. in 1761.
Nathan Served in Major Angell's Co. in 1756.
Samuel of Smithfield Served in Col. Harris' Co. in 1756, and marched on alarm
        of Aug. 1757.
CONGDON, Charles Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758, and in Col. Harris' Regt. in
 1760.
        Christopher Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
        John Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
        Robert Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760, and in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
CONIE, John Served as boatswain's mate on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
CONNER, Joseph Served in Col. Harris' Co. in 1756
        Michael Served in campaign of 1755.
CONNOLLY, John Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
CONVERSE, Asa Served in campaign of 1761.
        James of Warwick Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
COOK, Aaron Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758.
        Charles of Newport Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756, and marched on
 alarm of 1757.
        Gregory Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758, and in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Jeremiah Served at Fort Stanwix during winter of 1761-62.
        John of Tiverton Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756, and marched on alarm
 of Aug. 1757.
        Nicholas of Providence Volunteered on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Samuel of Smithfield Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Silas Served, probably as an officer, in campaign of 1755, and as 1st Lieutenant
 of Major Angell's Co. in 1756.
        Silas of Providence Commander of Privateer Providence in 1758 and 1759, and
 was taken prisoner by the French April 20, 1759; Commander of Privateer
 Roby in 1760.
COONE, Amos Served in campaign of 1762.
        Benjamin of West Greenwich Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
John of Hopkinton Marched as Captain on alarm of Aug. 1757.
Nathan of Hopkinton Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in campaign
        of 1762.
        Nathan, Jr. Served in campaign of 1762.
        Peleg Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Thomas Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759.
        William of Hopkinton Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
COOPER, Adam Served in Capt. Fry's Co. in 1762.
        Thomas Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
        William Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
        William of Newport marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
CORBIN, Edward Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
CORY, Benjamin Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Caleb Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Oliver Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
CORNELL, Benjamin of Portsmouth Member of Council of War in 1757, and marched
 as Captain on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        George of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        George (son of Clarke) Ensign in Capt. Tew's Co. in 1759, 2nd Lieutenant in
 Capt. Hargill's Co. in 1760, 1st Lieutenant in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1761,
 Lieutenant at Fort Stanwix during winter of 1761-62, 1st Lieutenant in
 Capt. Hawkins' Co. in 1762, and Captain of R. I. Co. at Fort Stanwix from
 Nov. 1762 to July 1763.
        Jonathan of Portsmouth Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
CORNISH, William Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1758.
CORPS, Jeremiah Served in campaign of 1758.
COTTRELL, Nathan Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758 and 1759, and in Capt.
 Russell's Co. in 1760.
        Stephen, Jr. Served in Col. Rose's Co. in 1762.
        Sylvester Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758 and 1759.
        Thomas Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, and as 1st Lieutenant in Capt.
 Tew's Co. in 1762.
COTTER, Jonathan of Cumberland Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
COUCHUP, see TOCKUP.
COUSIN, John of South Kingstown Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
COUSIN, see COZZENS
COVELL, Peter Served in campaign of 1760.
COVEY, James Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759.
COWEN, John Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
COWLEY, Joseph of Newport Volunteered and marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
COX, Benjamin of Cumberland Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Charles of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
COY, Benjamin Served in campaign of 1762.
COZZENS, Joseph Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760 and in campaign of 1761.
COZZENS, see COUSIN.
CRANDALL, Benjamin Served in campaign of 1758.
        Eber Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1759.
        Jeremiah Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759, and in campaign of 1762.
        Jonathan Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1758 and 1759.
        Peter Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758, in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760,
 and in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762. Died 9 Nov. 1762.
CRANSTON, Benjamin 2nd Lieut. On Privateer Roby in 1759.
        Caleb of Warren Commander of Privateer Polly in 1759, of Privateer Roby in
 1759, and of Privateer Polly in 1762 (Sh).
        Jeremiah of Newport Commander of Privateer Catherine in 1757, and 1761.
        Richmond Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757, and as a sailmaker on
 same vessel in 1758.
        Thomas Member of committee of war from 1755 and 1762.
CRARY, Oliver Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756.
CROCKER, Amaziah Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759.
        George Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757, and in Capt. Hargill's Co. in
 1760.
CROOKSHANKS, Peter Enlisted at Newport as a seaman in 1762.
CROSS, Benjamin Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759.
        Edward Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, as Ensign in Capt. Russell's Co.
 in 1760, as Ensign in Major Hargill's Co. in 1761, and as 2nd Lieutenant in
 Capt. Russell's Co. in 1762.
        Gideon Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760
        James Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        John Enlisted at Newport as a seaman in 1762.
        Samuel Served in campaigns of 1758 and 1760.
CROSSMAN, Abiel Served in campaign of 1761.
CROSSWELL, George Commander of Privateer Triton of Newport in 1756.
CRUMB, Daniel Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1759.
        Samuel Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1759.
        Waite Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760 and in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana
 in 1762.
CULLESSON, John Served as Master on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
CUMMINS, Benjamin of Cumberland Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in
 campaigns of 1758 and 1759.
        John Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757, and in campaign of 1762.
        Joseph Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
CUNDEL, Benjamin Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
CUNNINGHAM, John Served at Fort George, R. I., in 1755, 1756, and 1757.
CURRELL, Thomas Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758, and campaign of 1762.
CURTIS, Ebenezer of Gloucester Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757, and in campaign
 of 1758.
        Nathaniel Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
        Simeon Served in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761, and in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
CUTIPH, James Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760, and in Capt. Kimball's Co. in
 1761.
CUTLER, Samuel Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756.
CUZZENS, see COZZENS.

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DAILEY, Carder. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        David. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760, and in campaign of 1762.
        James. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Jonathan. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758.
        Pardon. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        Samuel. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Timothy. Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756.
DAMON, Ezekiel of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
DARLING, Ebenezer of Gloucester. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
DARNLY, John. Served in campaigns of 1758 and 1759.
Davis, Bell of Warwick. Served in campaign of 1760
        George. Served as boatswain of Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
        John. Commander of a privateer between 1755 and 1758.
        John of Newport. Drafted and marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Joseph of Cumberland. Appointed Ensign of Capt. Hammond's Co. in
 1755, and 1st Lieutenant of Capt. Richmond's Co. in 1756.
        Joseph. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756.
        Mark. Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
        May of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Nathaniel. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
        Samuel of Warwick. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        William of North Kingstown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757 and
 Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        William. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
DAWLEY, Ephraim of North Kingstown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and
 Served in campaign of 1761.
        Michael. Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758.
        Peleg. Served in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. at Albany in 1762.
DAY, Ezra. Served in campaign of 1758 and 1759.
        Joseph. Served in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761.
        Nathan. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
DELAPE, James. Enlisted at Newport in H. M. regular army in Aug. 1762.
DENNIS, James. Served in campaign of 1759, and in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
DENNIE
DENNISON, Joseph of Stonington. Commander of Privateer Dolphin of
 Westerly in 1762.
DENTERY, Joseph. Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756.
DERRICK, John. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759, in Capt. Russell's Co. in
 1760, and in campaign of 1762.
DE WOLF, Mark Anthony of Bristol. Commander of Privateer Rhoba of
 Warren in 1757 and 1758 (Sh).
DEXTER, Andrew. Served in campaigns of 1759, 1760 and 1761.
        David. Appointed Lieutenant of Capt. Sterry's Co. in 1755.
        Gideon of Providence. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        James of Cumberland. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Knight of Providence. Marched as Ensign on alarm of Aug. 1757.
DICKERSON, Christopher. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1756.
DIKES, Francis. Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
DILLINGHAM, Elisha. Served in campaign of 1760.
DIMAN, Benjamin. Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Jeremiah, Jr., of Bristol. Served in campaign of 1760 and died at
 Albany.
        (_________, son of Jeremiah of Bristol.) Served in campaign of
 1761.
DIMPSEY, Edward. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759.
DIXSON
DICKSON, Francis. Served in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. in 1762.
DOBSON, John. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
DOGGETT, Israel. Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
DOLBEAR, John. Served in campaign of 1762.
DOLIVER, Joseph. Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1758, and as
 Sergeant in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
DOLMER, Joseph. Served in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761.
DOUBLEDAY, Benjamin of Providence. Volunteered on alarm of Aug. 1757.
DOVE, Joseph. Enlisted at Newport as a seaman in 1762.
DOWLAS, Michael. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
DOLLAS
DOWNEY, Michael. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
DOYLE, Peter. Served in campaign of 1759.
DRAKE, Joshua. Served in campaign of 1762.
DRANE, William. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
DRAIN
DRAPER, Simeon of West Greenwich. Marched as Captain on alarm of Aug.
 1757.
        Simeon of Exeter. Marched as Captain on alarm of Aug. 1757.
DRING, Richard. Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
DRISCO, James. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
DRISKILL, Philip. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1758 and 1759, and in
 Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760, and at Havana in 1762.
DRUMMER, John. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
DUETT, Israel. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
DUNBAR, Archibald. Served in campaigns of 1761 and 1762.
        Robert. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757
DUNCAN, Daniel. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757, and as
 Captain's Quartermaster of same vessel in 1758.
DUNCAN, James of Newport. Commander of Privateer Defiance in 1762.
DUNHAM, Benjamin. Appointed 1st Lieutenant of Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756.
        Benjamin of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John. Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756 and in Capt. J. Whiting's
 Co. in 1757.
        Paul. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
DUNLOP, James. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
DUNN, Felix. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760
        Joseph. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        William. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
DUNSCOMB, John. 2nd Lieutenant on Privateer General Johnson in 1757.
DUNTON, Ebenezer of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
DURFEE, Benjamin. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757, and enlisted at
 Newport for campaign of 1762.
DWYER, Edward. Enlisted in H. M. regular army Jan. 8, 1763.
DYE, Daniel. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758.
DYER, Abijah. Served in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761.
        Edward of North Kingstown. Commander of Privateer Dove of Newport in
 1762.
        James of East Greenwich. Served in Capt. Fry's Co. in 1756.
        Oliver. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Samuel. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Samuel, Jr. Served in Col. Harris' Regt in 1760.
        Samuel of Cranston. Served as hostler on alarm of Aug. 1757.

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ESTEN, see ASTEN.
EAKIN, James Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
EARLE, Benjamin Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
EAST, Caleb of Exeter (Indian) Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
 Christopher Served at Fort Stanwix in 1761, and in Capt. Fry's Co.
at Havana
 in 1762
 Edward Served as gunner on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
 Edward Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
 James of East Greenwich Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757, and in
 campaign of 1758.
 Joseph Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
EASTON, Henry Served in campaign of 1761.
 Jack Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
 Job of Newport Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757, 1st
Lieutenant
 on same vessel in 1758, became Commander of same vessel in 1758,
and
 Commander of Privateer Diana of Newport in 1761 and 1762.
 John Commander of Privateer Africa of Newport in 1756, and 1762 (Sh).
 Nicholas Member of councils of war in 1762.
 Peleg of Newport Commander of Privateer Rabbit of Newport in 1758.
 Richard Member of council of war 11 March 1757.
 Simeon Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
 William Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
EBER, John, alias PLACE, Eber, q.v.
EDDY, Barnard of Providence Volunteered on alarm of Aug. 1757.
 Benjamin Served in Col. Hopkins' Regt. in 1756, as 1st Lieutenant
of Capt.
 Jenckes' Co. in 1758, and as Captain of 9th Co. in 1759.
 Caleb Served in campaign of 1759.
 Eliphalet Served in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761.
 John Served in campaign of 1762.
 Joseph Served in campaigns of 1760 and 1762.
 Lewis Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756, in Capt. Jenckes'
Co. in 1758,
 and as drummer in campaign of 1759.
EDWARDS, John Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
 Joseph of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
 Pain Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762.
 Peleg Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760, and in campaign of 1762.
 William Served in campaign of 1760.
EGGLESTON, Hezekiah Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
 Joseph Served in campaign of 1762.
ELDRED, ELDRIDGE. Also see ALDRICH
 Anthony Served in campaign of 1758.
 Benjamin Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
 Casey Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
 Daniel Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
 Henry of Exeter Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
 Holden of S. Kingstown Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
 Job Served in campaign of 1762.
 John Served in campaigns of 1758 and 1761.
 Sylvester of Exeter Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
 William Appointed 2nd Lieutenant of Capt. Rose's Co. in 1760, and 1st
 Lieutenant of Lt. Col. Rose's Co. in 1761.
ELLIOT, Robert of Newport Commander of Privateer Success of Newport in
1757 (Sh),
 and Commander of Privateer Katherine of Newport in 1758.
ELLISON, James Clerk on Privateer Blackbird in 1762.
 William Enlisted at Newport as a seaman in 1762.
EMERSON, Willaim Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
ENGLAND, Philip Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
ENGLISH, George Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
 William Enlisted at Newport as a seaman in 1762.
ENOS,
EANOSS, Ichabod Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
 Jesse Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
EPHRAIM, Toby of Exeter Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
ESTERBROOK, Nathaniel Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
 Thomas of Warren Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
ESTLICK, John Enlisted in H. M. regular army 10 Jan 1763.
 Samuel of Warren Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756, marched
on alarm of
 Aug 1757, and enlisted in H. M. regular army 4 Jan. 1763.
EVANS, Charles Enlisted at Newport as a seaman in 1762.
EWIN, John of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
EXCEEN, Benjamin Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
 Jonathan Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756, and in Capt. J.
Whiting's Co. in
 1757.
EYRES, John Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762, and in H. M.
regular army
 1 Dec. 1762.

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11. F

FAIRBANKS, Jeremiah. Served as cooper on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        Jonathan. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, and in campaign of 1759.
FAIRBROTHER, Lovell. Served in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761
FAIRFIELD, W. Served in campaign of 1762.
FAIRMAN, Jonathan. Served in campaign of 1761.
FARRELL, Peter L. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
FAULKNER, Nicholas of Little Compton. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
FEFERANVON, James. Enlisted at Newport as a seaman in 1762.
FELIX, Malkiah. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
FENNER, Arthur, Jr., of Cranston. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757, and 1758;
 Ensign in Capt. Burkett's Co. in 1759 and so appointed in 1760, but
 Did not served; 2nd Lieutenant in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761.
        Jeremiah. Served as Ensign in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1760.
        John of Providence. Marched as Lieutenant on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Stephen. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760, and in campaign of 1761.
FENNING, Nathaniel. Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756.
FERGUSON, John. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
FIELD, Anthony of Smithfield. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
FINCH, Henry of Smithfield. Served in campaign of 1760.
FINKES, William. Served in Campaign of 1760.
FISH, Caleb of Warwick. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Isaac of North Kingstown. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, and in
 Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1758.
        Jonathan of Portsmouth. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
FISHER, Peter. Enlisted at Newport as a seaman in 1762.
        Richard of North Kingstown. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, and in
 Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
FISK, Jonathan of Cranston. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Joshua of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Josiah. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756.
FITCH , Theophilus. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1759.
FLANAGAN, Patrick. Served at Fort George, R. I. In 1758, and enlisted at
 Newport for campaign of 1762.
FLOOD, John. Enlisted in H. M. regular army 4 Jan. 1763.
FLY, Edward. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758.
FLYNN, William. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
FLYNG
FOLDS, William Augustus. Served in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. as Havana in 1762.
FOLLETT, Joseph of Providence. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served as a
        Sergeant in 1761.
FONDERCLOIN, Hendrick. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
FONES, Daniel of North Kingstown. Commander of Privateer Defiance of
 Newport in 1756 and 1757, and of Privateer Success of
 Newport in 1760.
        John. Served in Capt. Fry's Co. in 1760, served in campaign of 1761, and in
 Winter service under Col. Whiting in 1761-62.
        John (son of James). Enlisted in Col. Rose's Reft. In 1762.
        John (son of John). Served in 1763.
        Samuel. Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
FOOTE, Garret. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
FORD, Amos. Served in campaign of 1762.
        William. Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
        William. Served in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761.
FOREST, Anthony. Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
FORTIN. Thomas. Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
FOSTER, Caleb. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, and in campaign of 1762.
        John. Served as Ensign in Major Burkett's Co. in 1760.
        Jonathan of Hopkinton. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Jonathan. Served in campaign of 1762.
        Josiah. Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756, and in Col. Harris' Regt in 1760.
FOWLER, James. Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758.
        Simeon. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758, and 1759.
FRANAM, Jonathan. Served in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761.
FRANCIS, Abraham. Captain of 4th Co. in 1755.
        Nathan. Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
FRANKS, Amos. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758 and 1759.
FRANCK, James of Providence. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Prentice. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758 and 1759.
        Philip. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756.
        Rufus. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757, in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in
 1758, in campaign of 1759, in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760, at Fort
 Stanwix in 1761, and in campaign of 1762.
        Samuel. Served in Col. Harris' Co. in 1756 and in Col. Harris' Regt in 1760.
FRANKLIN, Moses. Served in Col. Harris Regt. in 1760.
FRASER, Hugh. Enlisted in H. M. regular armey in 1762.
FRAZIER, Isaac of N. Kingstown. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
        John. Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        John. Enlisted at Newport as a seaman in 1762.
        Thomas of South Kingstown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Thomas. Served in Capt. Hopkin's Co. in 1760 and died at Cold Spring
 14 Jan. 1761.
        Thomas. Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
FREEBODY, Samuel. Member of councils of war in 1756 and 1762.
FREEMAN, Jedediah of Rehoboth. Served in Col. Hopkins' Regt. in 1756, and in
 Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
        John. Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
FREEMAN, Nathan of Smithfield. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756, marched
 On alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in campaign of 1759.
        Samuel. Served in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761.
FRENCH, Abner. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
FRIEND, Gabriel of Warwick. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in
 Capt. Hawkins' Co. in 1762.
FROST, Amos. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
        Simon of Smithfield. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in
 Campaign of 1759.
FRY, Absalom. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        James of South Kingstown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Oliver of East Greenwich. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756,
 Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in Capt. Fry's Co. at
 Havana in 1762.
        Thomas, Jr. Captain in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1756; served in campaign of
 1757, Captain in Col. Babcock's Regt. in 1759, Captain in Col.
 Harris' Reft. In 1760, Captain-Lieutenant of Col. Whiting's Co. in
 1761, special detached command in June 1761, Captain of
 5th Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Thomas, 3rd. Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
FULLER, Caleb. Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756.
        David. Served in Col. Hopkins' Regt. in 1756.
        Ezekiel. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758.
        Ichabod. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756.
        Joseph. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756.
        (______) Served in campaign of 1759.
FURBUR, James. Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.

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GAESARD, John Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757
GALLUP, Ben Adam Served at Fort Stanwix in 1761, and in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. at
 Havana in 1762.
        Richard of W. Greenwich Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        Richard Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Richard Served in campaign of 1760, and at Fort Stanwix in 1761.
        Samuel Served in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. at Havana in 1762.
GALLOWAY, James of Cumberland Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John Served in campaign of 1758.
GAMMON, Ezekiel Drafted on alarm of Aug. 1757.
GARDNER,
GARDINER, Benjamin Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Caleb, Jr. of Newport Marched as Lieutenant on alarm of Aug. 1757; member of
 council of war 28 Apr. 1760
        Daniel Served in campaign of 1762.
        George, Jr. Served in campaign of 1755, appointed Captain in 1756, and again in
 1757, but was superseded in Feb. 1757 by Ebenezer Whiting.
        Henry, Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        John Deputy Governor from Sept. 1756 to 1763, Member of committee of war in
 1756, 1757, 1759 and 1760, member of councils of war in 1756, 1757,
 1758, 1759, 1760, 1761, and 1762.
        John of Newport Marched as Hostler on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Joseph of Newport Commander of Privateer Prussian Hero in 1755, 1756,
 and 1759.
        Joshua Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
        Nicholas of Exeter Member of committee of war in 1759 and 1760.
        Robert Served on Privateer Blackbird in 1762.
        Sanford of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Silas of Warwick Marched as Capt. on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        William, Jr. Appointed 1st Leiutenant of Capt. Richmond's Co. in Oct. 1756.
        William Thurston Deputy Commissary of Col. Harris' Regt. of 1756.
GARRAT, Daniel Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
GARZIA, John of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
GAVAYS, Richard Served in campaign of 1760.
GAVETT, William Served as Ensign in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758, and as Lieutenant
 in campaign of 1759.
GAZETTE, John of East Greenwich Served in Capt. Daniel Wall's Co. in 1757.
GARZITTE,
GORZET,
GEORGE, John Served in Capt. Fry's Co. in 1762.
        Joshua of North Kingstown (mulatto) Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, in
 Lt. Col. Potter's Co. in 1758, and in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Nicholas Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758, and on H. M. S.
 Pembroke in 1759.
GEVIN, James Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
GIBBONS, George Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758.
        John Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
GIBBS, Abel served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756, and as Ensign in Capt. Wall's Co.
 in 1757.
        Alexander Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
        Josiah, Jr., of Coventry Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
GIFFORD, Stephen, Jr., of Tiverton Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        (An Indian slave belonging to William Gifford of Tiverton) Served in campaign
 of 1756.
GIGGER, Nicholas Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
GILBERT, Phineas Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
GILLIS, Alexander Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
GINNEDO, Lewis Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
GLADDING, Charles Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Joseph, Jr. Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756.
        Solomon of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
GODDARD, Beriah Served as ship-carpenter at Oswego in 1756, captured by the French
 14 Aug. 1756.
        Thomas Served as ship-carpenter at Oswego in 1756, captured by the French
 14 Aug. 1756.
GODFREY, Cuff (colored) Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
        Samuel Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
GOFF, Comfort Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756.
GOLDTHWAIT, Stephen of Smithfield Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
GOODBIT, John Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
GOODBID,
GOODSELL, Levi Served in Campaign of 1762.
GOODSPEED, Nathaniel Served in campaigns of 1760 and 1762.
GOODWILL, John of Hopkinton Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
GORDON, John Served as Ensign of Lt. Col. Whting's Co. in 1760.
        William Served in campaign of 1756.
GORHAM, Jabez of Providence Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
GORTON, Israel, Jr. of Cranston Marched as Captain on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Joseph Served at Fort George , R. I., in 1758.
        Othniel of Warwick Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
GOULD, John Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Nathaniel of Cumberland Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Prince Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1756, in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757,
 in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, in campaign of 1759, and in Capt.
 Hawkins' Co. in 1762.
        Prince Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
GOWING, Timothy of Smithfield Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
GOWN,
GRAFTON, William Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
GRAHAM, Alexander Served in major Peck's Co. in 1762.
        Richard Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        Robert Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
GRANT, Charles Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        Morris Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
GRAY, Daniel Served as armorer on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
        Edward of Little Compton Served as Lieutenant in Capt. Babcock's Co. in 1755,
 and marched as Lieutenant on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Joseph Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
        Robert Enlisted at Newport as a seaman in 1762.
GREATRICKS, Sylvanus Served in campaign of 1761.
GREATREX,
GREENE, Abel Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760, and in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. at
 Havana in 1762.
        Amos, Jr., of Charlestown Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Benjamin of W. Greenwich Served in Capt. Fry's Co. in 1756, in Capt. Jenckes'
 Co. in 1758 and in campaign of 1759.
        Daniel Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Edward Served in campaign of 1761, and in Capt. Fry's Co. in 1762.
        Elias Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Henry of Cranston Served in Col. Hopkin's Regt. in 1756, and marched on alarm
 of Aug. 1757.
        Isaac of Coventry Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        James of Coventry (Lieutenant) Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Jeremiah Served as Captain of 4th Co. in Col. Angell's Regt. in 1757.
        Jeremiah Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        Jeremiah of West Greenwich Served in Capt. Fry's Co. in 1756.
        Job Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        John of North Kingstown Marched as Ensign on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John of Coventry (son of James) Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1759.
        John Served in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761.
        Josias Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1759.
        Lewis Served in campaign of 1761, and in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Peleg Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Philip Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Reuben Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
        Robert Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Samuel Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1756.
        Thomas Member of committee of war in 1758, 1759 and 1760.
        Thomas of Warwick Marched as Lieutenant on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Thomas of Warwick (Captain) Marched as hostler on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Thomas Served in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761.
        Usual Served in Col. Harris's Regt. in 1760.
        William Governor in 1757 and 1758, commissioner to wait upon the Earl of
 Loudon in 1758.
        William of Newport Volunteered and marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, served in
 Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759, and in campaign of 1760.
GREENMAN, Edward of Charlestown Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in
 Campaign of 1762.
        Ephraim Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1758.
        Negro Served in campaign of 1762. Probably identical with
        Pomp (i.e., Pompey?) Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1762, and died at Havana
 6 Sept. 1762.
        Silas of Charlestown Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        William of South Kingstown Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        (Grinman, _?_) Boatswain on Privateer Duke of Marlborough in 1758.
GREENWOOD, John, Jr. Sergeant in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761 and 1762.
        Nathaniel Sergeant in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761 and 1762.
GREGORY, Henry 1st Lieutenant on Privateer Duke of Marlborough in 1758.
GRIEVE, Archibald Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
GRIFFITH, George Served in campaign of 1762.
GRINALD, Isaac Served at Fort Stanwix in 1761, and in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. at
 Havana in 1762.
GRINNELL, Malachi Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
        Matthew of East Greenwich Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Stephen Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
        Zebedee of Newport Commander of Privateer Unity of Newport in 1760, and
 1762 (Sh).
GROMOCK, Peter of East Greenwich Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
GROVER, Amasa Served in campaign of 1760.
        Eleazer Served in campaigns of 1758 and 1759.
        Penuel Served in campaign of 1760.
        Silas Served in campaign of 1760.
GUIN, Agnis Boatswain on Privateer General Johnson in 1757.
GULLY, Stephen Served in Col. Harris's Regt. in 1756.
GURNSEY, Ezekiel Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760, and in Capt. Kimball's Co.
 in 1761.
GWIN, James Served in campaign of 1757.
GYLES, Bartholomew Enlisted at H. M. regular army in 1762.
        Jacob Served as a seaman in campaign of 1762.

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HACKER, Caleb. Appointed Ensign of Capt. Whiting's Co. in 1755, but refused to
 Serve. Appointed Adjutant of Col. Hopkins' Regt. in 1756; commissioned
 Adjutant in May 1757 and served as Adjutant on alarm of Aug. 1757.
 Succeeded Potter as Captain of the 9th Co. in 1758, but left his
 Command in Aug. 1758.
HACKES, Jonathan. Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758 and in Col. Babcock's Co. in
 1759.
HADSAIL, Jonathan. Served in campaign of 1762.
HAINIS, John. Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756.
HALL, Benjamin (son of Nathaniel). Appointed Lieutenant of Capt. Whiting's Co. in
 1755.
        Benjamin. Served in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761.
        Clarke of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        George. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        Isaac of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        James. Served in campaign of 1761, in winter service of 1761-62, and enlisted
 Regular army in 1762.
        (_____, son of Thomas). Served in campaign of 1762.
        John. Served in campaign of 1762.
        Joseph. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1758, in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in
 1759, and in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
        Joshua. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
        Robin. Served in campaign of 1760.
        Stephen. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757, and in Col. Babcock's Co. in
 1759.
        Sylvester. Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758, and in campaign of 1762.
        Timothy. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
        Tucker. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1762 and died at Havana 19 Sept 1762.
        Valentine. Served in campaign of 1762.
        William of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
HALLETT, Daniel. Served at Fort George, R. I. In 1762.
HALLOWAY, Joseph. Commissary and Sutler of Col. Babcock's Regt. in 1759.
        Thomas. Served as seaman at Oswego in 1756 and was taken prisoner by the
 French.
HAM, Weymouth. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, and as Sergeant in campaign of
 1759.
HAMBLETON, Benedict of East Greenwich. Marched in Capt. Sheffield's Co. on
HAMILTON. Alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in Capt. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
HAMILTON, John. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758 and in Major Peck's Co. in
 1762.
        Patrick of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
HAMBLIN, Elisha. Served in campaign of 1759.
        John. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        Nathaniel. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
HAMILTON see HAMBLETON
HAMMER, Charles of Westerly. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Daniel. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1758.
        James. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760, and in 1762; and died at
 Havana 26 Aug. 1762.
HAMMETT, Malachi. Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
HAMMOND, Amos. Appointed Capt. Of 6th Co. in Col. Harris' Regt in Aug. 1755, and
 Captain of 10th Co. in Feb. 1756, but was discharged 1 Sept. 1756.
        John. Served in Major Peck's Co. at Fort Stanwix in 1762.
        John. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757 and 1758.
        Thomas of Cranston. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Thomas. Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756.
        William, Jr., of Cranston. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
HANES see HAYNES
HARDEN, John. Carpenter on Privateer Roby in 1760.
HARDING, Joseph. Second Mate on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        Joseph. Served in campaign of 1760.
HARDIE,
HARDY, John. Enlisted at Newport as seaman in 1762.
        William. Served in campaign of 1761, and winter service of 1761-62.
HARGILL, Christopher. Lieutenant in Capt. Bosworth's Col in 1755 and 1756;
 Appointed in Capt. Gardner's Co. in 1757, but was superseded on
 March 19, 1757. Appointed Captain in 1759, and 1760, Major of
 Col. Whiting's Regt. in 1761, and Lieutenant Col. Of Col. Rose's
 Regt. in 1762, being in command of the detaichment of that
 Regiment which served at the capture of Havana.
HARKNESS, George. Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756, and enlisted at
 Newport for campaign of 1762.
HARRINGTON, see HERRENDEN
HARRIS, Andrew of Cranston. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Charles. Served in campaign of 1761.
        Christopher. Colonel of Rhode Island Regiment in campaigns of
 1755, 1756 and 1760.
        Christopher. Served in campaigns of 1758 and 1759.
        George. Enlisted at Newport and served as A. B. seaman on H.M.S.
 Pembroke in 1759. Died in 1760.
        George. Enlisted at Newport as a seaman in 1762.
        James of Cranston. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1756.
        Nathaniel of Providence. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
HARRIS, Primus. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Samuel. Served in campaign of 1760.
        Zachariah. Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
HARRISON, Peter (Captain). Appointed on committee to prepare a plan of the
 Harbor of Newport and a profile of Fort George in 1755.
HART, Anthony. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        Joseph of Portsmouth. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Peleg. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1759 and 1760.
        Robert. Served as a seaman at Oswego in 1756 and was taken prisoner by the
 Freanch. Later he served on a privateer under Capt. Brown.
        Smiton of Tiverton. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
HARVEY., Edward of Charlestown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        James. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1758, and in Capt. E. Whiting's
 Co. in 1759.
        John. Served in campaign of 1761.
        Joseph. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759, in Capt Russell's Co. in
 1760, and in campaign of 1762.
HASTINGS, Daniel. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
        James. Gunner at Fort George, R. I. In 1755 and 1756.
        Jonathan. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1758.
HATHAWAY, Caleb of Warwick. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Jeremiah. Served in campaign of 1758.
HATHORN, William. Enlisted at Newport as a seaman in 1762.
HASSARD see HAZARD
HAVENS, Cornelius. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756 and in campaign of 1759.
HEAVENS, Silas of West Greenwich. Served in Col. Hopkins' Regt. in 1756, in
 Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757, enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762, and
 Enlisted in H. M. regular army in Nov. 1762.
        Simon. Served in campaign of 1759.
HAWKINS, Abraham of Providence. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756, marched on
 Alarm of Aug. 1757, served in campaign of 1760, 2nd Lieutenant in
 Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761, and Captain of 4th Co. in 1762.
        Daniel of Providence. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Hazabiah. Drummer in Capt. Hawkins' Co. in 1762.
        Jeremiah. Master on Privateer Roby in 1759.
        Jeremiah. Served in campaign of 1761.
        Job of Providence. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John of Providence. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
HAWKS, John of Smithfield. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757 and in
HAWKE Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Uriah of Smithfield. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756, in Capt. Jenckes'
 Co. in 1757, in campaigns of 1758 and 1759, in Col. Harris' Regt. in
 1760, in campaign of 1761, and in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. in 1762.
HAYNES, John. Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
HANES, John. Enlisted in H. M. regular army 7 Jan. 1762.

HAZARD, Harry of Richmond (Indian). Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757,
HASSARD served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1758, in Capt. E.
 Whiting's Co. in 1759, in Capt. Russell's Co. in
 1760 and in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Joseph. Member of committee of war in 1760.
HEALY, Ezra of Providence. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Ithamar. Served in campaign of 1755, and in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
        John. Served in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761.
        Joseph. Served in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761, and in Major Peck's Co. in
 1762.
        Nathaniel. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758.
        William, Jr. Served in campaign of 1761, and in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
HEARN, Samuel. 2nd Lieutenant in Capt. Babcock's Co. in 1756 and 2nd
        Lieutenant in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
HEATHER, Francis. Enlisted at Newport as a seaman in 1762.
HEFFERMAN, William of Richmond. Marched on alarm of 1757.
HERRERNAN, Jeremiah of Newport. Volunteered and marched as Ensign on
 Alarm of Aug. 1757.
HELME, Oliver. Appointed Commissary of Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760
        William. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
HELTON see HILTON
HENMAN, James. Served in campaign of 1762.
        John. Served as Sergeant in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1762 at Havana.
HENRY, John of Westerly. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
HERREN, Newman. Served as Corporal in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Robert. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
HERRENDEN, Ananias of Smithfield. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757
HARRINGTON,
        Arthur. Served in Col. Harris' Co. in 1760
        Baraciah. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758.
        Benjamin. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757 and in campaign of 1761.
        David. Served in Capt. Jeckes' Co. in 1756.
        Elisha. Served in campaign of 1760 and in Capt. Hawkins' Co. in 1762.
        Ezekiel. Served in campaign of 1759 and in Capt. Hawkins' Co. in 1762.
        Hezekiah of Smithfield. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Israel of Smithfield. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
        James. Served in campaign of 1759.
        Jonathan. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756, and 1757, in campaign of
 1758, and in Capt. Hawkins' Co. in 1762.
        Newman. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759.
        Obadiah. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, and in campaigns of
 1759 and 1762.
        Othaniel of Gloucester. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in
 Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Rufus. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760, in Capt. Kimball's Co. in
 1761, and in Capt. Hawkins' Co. in 1762.
HARRINGTON, Stephen of Gloucester. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757. and
 Served in campaign of 1759.
        Thomas of Smithfield. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1756, in Capt. Jenckes'
 Co. in 1757, in campaigns of 1758, 1759, 1761, and in Capt. Kimball's
 Co. in 1762.
        William. 2nd Lieutenant in Capt. Tew's Co. in 1762.
        William. Served in campaign of 1759, in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761, in
 Capt. Hawkins' Co. in 1762 and enlisted in H. M. regular army in
 Oct. 1762.
HERRY, Andrew. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
        Joseph. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
HEWES, John. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
HEWETT, Joseph. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757, and 1758, and in
 Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Reuben. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758 and 1759.
        Silas. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1758 and 1759.
        Simeon. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1758 and 1759.
HICKS
HIX, Barney. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758.
        Benjamin of Newport. Commander of Privateer Conformation on Newport in
 1758, and of Privateer Conformator in 1762 (Sh).
        David. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        Jacob. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        John. Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
        Joseph. Served in campaign of 1759.
        Robert. Served in campaign of 1758, and in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in
 1762.
        William. Served at Fort Stanwix during winter of 1761-62.
HILL, Caleb. Served in campaign of 1758, and in Capt. Tew's Co. in 1762.
        David. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
        Jonathan. Served in Capt. Fry's Co. in 1761, and in Capt. Tew's Co. in
 1762.
        Joseph. Served at Fort George, R. I. From 1756 to 1760.
        Samuel. Served in campaigns of 1758 and 1762.
        Thomas. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        Tom, alias Potter, q.v.
HILTON, Israel of Providence. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756, and marched on
 Alarm of Aug. 1757.
HINES,
HIND, Philemon. Served in campaigns of 1758 and 1759.
HIRKMAN, John. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
HISCOX, Simeon. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759.
HITT, Joseph of North Kingstown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
HIX see HICKS
HOAR, Edward. Doctor on Privateer Blackbird in 1762.
        Hezekiah. Served in campaign of 1762.
HOAR, John. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        William. Served in campaign of 1762.
HODGE, William of Jamestown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
HODGKINS, Ebenezer. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1759.
HOGAN, Edmund. Served at Fort George, R. I. In 1762.
HOGG, Abraham of Smithfield. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1756,
 Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in campaigns of
 1758 and 1760.
HOLDEN, Robert. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
HOLDREDGE, Daniel. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758 and 1759.
HOLLOWELL,
HOLLOWAY, Jonathan of South Kingstown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
HOLLEY, John. Served in Col. Rose's Regiment in 1762.
HOLMES, Isaac. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
HONYMAN, James. Member of councils of ward in 1756, 1757, 1758, 1769,
 1760, and 1761. Appointed to wait upon the Earl of Loudon in
 Jan. 1757.
HOPER, Joseph. Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
HOPKINS, Benjamin. Served in campaign of 1758, and in Capt. Russell's
 Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Beriah. Ensign of Capt. Tew's Co. in 1762, and in charge of
 2nd detachment, which went to Albany.
        Christopher of Providence. Commander of Privateer William in
 1756, and of Privateer Prince George in 1757.
        George of Providence. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1756, volunteered
 On alarm of 1757, and served on Privateer Providence in
 1757 and 1758.
        Esek of Providence. Commander of a privateer in 1757.
        Henry. Served at Fort George, R. I. In 1756 and 1757, served in
 Campaign of 1760 and in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. in 1762.
        Isaac. Captain of Privateer (Providence?) in 1757.
        Joseph. Served at Fort George, R. I. In 1756.
1 Lawton. Served in Capt. Tew's Co. in 1762.
Robert of Exeter. Lieutenant of Capt. Bradford's Co. in 1755
Robert. Lieutenant of Capt. Hopkin's Co. in 1755.
Robert. Lieutenant of Capt. Potter's Co. in 1758.
Robert. Enlisted for campaign of 1760 in Capt. Hopkin's Co.
        St. Jago. Served on Privateer Blackbird in 1762.
        Stephen of Providence. Governor from May 1755 to May 1757,
 And from March 1758 to May 1762; member of committee of
 War in 1755, 1756 and 1757; commissioner to meet with
 Commissioners of other Colonies in 1755, Col. Of 2nd
 Regiment in 1756, volunteered on alarm of 1757.

HOPKINS, Thomas. Served at Fort George, R. I. In 1757.
        Tibbits. 1st Lieutenant and late Captain-lieutenant of Col. Harris'
 Co. in 1760, and Captain of 6th Co. in 1761.
HORSEWELL, Josiah. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Luke of Little Compton. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
HORTON, Ephraim. Served in campaign of 1761, and in Major Peck's
 Co. in 1762.
        Job. Served in campaign of 1761, and in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
HOTH, Richard, Jr., of Portsmouth. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Thomas of Portsmouth. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
HOUGHTON, Nicholas. 1st Lieutenant on Privateer General Johnson in 1757.
HOUSE, Christopher. Enlisted at Newport as A. B. seaman and served on
 H. M. S. Pembroke in 1759.
HOWARD, Benjamin of Warwick. Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756, and in
 Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        Boutwill. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
        Daniel of Gloucester. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Ebenezer. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756 and in campaigns of
 1758, 1759, and 1761.
        Henry. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757, and in Capt.
 Brown's Co. in 1759.
        Isaac. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        John of Cumberland. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in
Campaign of 1762.
        Robert. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
        Samuel. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
        Thomas. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, and in campaign of 1759.
        William. Served as boy on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
HOWE, Estes of Newport. 1st Lieutenant of Privateer Defiance of Newport in
 1756, and Commander of Privateer Duke of Marlborough of
 Newport in 1758.
HOWELL, Thomas. Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756.
        William. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
HOXIE, Joseph. Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756.
HOYLE, John. Served in campaign of 1761.
HOYT, Jonathan. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
HUBBARD, John. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
        John. Served as boy on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
HUDSON, Daniel. Served in campaigns of 1758, 1759, 1760 and 1761.
        Henry. Served in campaign of 1759.
        Reuben of Warren. Served in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1758 and 1759.
        Thomas. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
        Thomas of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
HULL, Joseph (colored). Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
HUMPHREYS, Abijah. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
HUNT, Benjamin. Served in campaign of 1757.
HUNT, Ebenezer. Served in Capt. Fry's Co. in 1762.
        Ezekiel. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Job. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757, and in campaign of
 1758, being wounded at Ticonderoga.
        John of Newport. Volunteered and marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Samuel. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1756 and 1760.
HUNTER, James. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1756 and in Capt. Jenckes'
 Co. in 1758.
        William. Surgeon in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1755, and in campaigns of
 1756, 1757, and 1758.
HUTCHINSON, John. Served in campaign of 1760.
HUTCHISON , Joseph. Enlisted at Newport as a seaman in 1762.
HUTTEN, Alexander. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.

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IDE, John of Smithfield. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, served in Capt.
 Jenckes' Co. in 1758, and as Sergeant in campaign of 1759.
INGRAHAM, Hezekiah. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1758 and 1759.
        John. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        Timothy of Newport. Marched as Ensign on alarm of Aug. 1757, and
 Was member of councils of war in 1762.
        (Jeremiah Ingraham's apprentice). Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
INMAN, Abraham. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
        Elisha of Scituate. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757, in Capt.
 Rose's Co. in 1758, and in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        John. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
        Joseph of Smithfield. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Michael. Served in campaign of 1761.
IRESON, Ichabod (Indian). Served on Privateer Providence in 1759.
IRISH, George of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug.1757.
IRONS, Samuel. Served in campaign of 1762.
        William. Served in camaign of 1762.
ISAACS, Michael. Served in campaign of 1755.

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JACKETESS, Caleb (Indian). Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
JACKOTIS, John. Served in campaign of 1755.
JACQUAYS, John. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760, and in Col. Rose's
 Regt. in 1762.
        Nathan. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, and in Capt. Rose's
 Co. in 1758.
        Samuel of N. Kingstown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, served in
 Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758, and in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
JACKSON, Fryas. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        George. Member of committee of war in 1762.
        John. Served in campaigns of 1758 and 1760, in Capt. Kimball's Co. in
 1761, and in campaign of 1762.
        Joseph. Served in campaign of 1759.
        Stephen. Served in campaign of 1759.
        William. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
JACOBS, Cornelius. Served in campaign of 1760, and in Capt. Peck's Co. in
 1761.
        Silas. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
JAMES, John. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
JAMES, John of Newport. Commander of Privateer Amazon of Newport in
 1756 and 1760.
        Samuel. Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
        William of Newport. Marched on alarm of 1757.
JAYES, Richard of Newport. Volunteered and marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
JEFFREYS, Caleb. Served at Fort George, R. I., in 1762.
        Jethro. Served in campaign of 1755.
JELERO, Philip. Served in campaign of 1760.
JENCKES, Amos. Served in Capt. Hawkins' Co. in 1762.
        Daniel. Member of committee of war from 1755 to 1760.
        Daniel of Cumberland. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Ebenezer. Lieutenant of Capt. Richmond's Co. in 1755, Lieutenant of
 Capt. Whiting's Co. in 1755-6, Captain in 1756, 1757, 1758, and
1759. Died in 1759.
John. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756.
Joseph. Served in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761, and in campaign of 1762.
JENKINS, Palmer. Served in campaign of 1761.
        Thomas. Served in Col. Hopkins' Regt. in 1756, and as 1st Lieutenant of
 Capt. Fry's Co. in 1759.
        Zephaniah. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
JENNINGS, James. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756.
        James. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        James of Bristol. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Jeremiah. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756.
        Peter of S. Kingstown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in
 Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758.
JEPSON, John. Member of committee of war in 1761 and 1762.
JILLSON, Jonathan of Cumberland. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
JOB, Cornelius. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
JOHNSON, Asa. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, and in campaign of 1759.
        David. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        Francis. Served in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761.
        George (Indian). Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
        James. Served in campaign of 1755.
        James (Indian). Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
        John. Served as Coxswain on Privateer George of Newport in 1758, and
 Served on H. M. S. Pembroke in 1759. and 1760.
        John. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
        Nathaniel. Served in campaign of 1762.
        Samuel of Newport. Commander of Privateer Nancy in 1761, and of
 Privateer Pompey of Newport in 1762.
        William. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
JOHNSTON, Augustus. 1st Lieutenant of Lt. Col. Wickham's Co. in 1756.
        Thomas. Enlisted at Newport as a seaman in 1762.
JOLES
JOLLS, John. Served as Corporal in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
JOLLS, Robert. Served as Corporal in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
        Robert. Gunner on Privateer Roby in 1759.
JONES, Benjamin. Served as Corporal in Capt. Whiting's Co. at Fort William
 Henry during winter of 1755-56.
        Benjamin of Exeter. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Benjamin. Served in Col. Rose's Co. in 1762.
        Ebenezer of Cumberland. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1756, marched
 On alarm of Aug. 1757, served in campaigns of 1758 and 1760.
        Elijah of Cumberland. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Henry. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758.
        Henry. Served in campaign of 1760.
        Immanuel of Exeter. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, and in
 Campaign of 1758.
        John of Warren. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John of Smithfield. Served in Col. Harris' Co. in 1756, in Capt. Jenckes'
 Co. in 1757 and 1758, and in campaigns of 1759 and 1762.
        Joshua. Served in Major Burkett's Co. in 1760, and in campaign of 1762.
        Peter. Served in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761.
JORDAN, Daniel. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        Ebenezer. Served in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761.
        John. Served in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761 and in Major Peck's Co. in
 1762.
JOSIAH, of Newport (an Indian). Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
JOY, Peter of Cranston. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
JOYCE, John. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756, and in Capt. Fry's Co. at
 Havana in 1762.
        Richard of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
JOYEL, John. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
JUPITER, James. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757, and in campaign of 1758.
JUSTIN, John. Served in Capt. Rose's Regt. in 1762.

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KAY, Ezekiel. Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
KAY see KEYES
KEECH, Benjamin, Jr., of Gloucester. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Joseph of Gloucester. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Joel. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Zephaniah of Smithfield. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
KEEN, Isaiah of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
KEITH, Stephen of Smithfield. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
KELLEY, Benjamin. Served as Sergeant in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1759.
        Charles. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756.
        Daniel. Served in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761, and in Major Peck's
 Co. in 1762.
        John of Warren. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Michael. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
        Wing of Smithfield. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
KELLOM, John. Served in Col. Hopkins' Regt. in 1756.
KENNEY, Lovett. Served in Major Burkett's Co. in 1760.
KENTLEY, James. Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
KETCHUP, James. Served in campaigns of 1761 and 1762.
KETTLE, Elias of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in
 Campaign of 1758.
        Mansir. Served at Fort George, R. I., in 1756.
        Thomas. Served at Fort George, R. I. In 1757, in Col. Harris' Regt in
 1760, at Fort Stanwix in 1761, and in Lt. Co. Hargill's Co. at
 Havana in 1762.
KEYES, Daniel. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759.
        Solomon of Cumberland. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and
 Served in campaign of 1758.
        William of Warwick. Served as Sergeant in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
KEYES see KAY
KILBURN, John of Newport. Volunteered and marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
KILLEY see KELLEY
KILTON, Samuel. Served in Col. Harris' Regt in 1756, and in Capt. Jenckes'
 Co. in 1757.
KIMBALL, Asa. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756, in Capt. Jenckes'
 Co. in 1757, as Ensign in Capt. Eddy's Co. in 1759, 2nd Lieutenant
 In Major Burkett's Co. in 1760, Captain of 4th Co. in 1761, 2nd
 Lieutenant of Capt. Hawkin's Co. in 1762, and Adjutant of Col.
 Rose's Regt in 1762.
KIMBALL, John. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757 and in campaign of 1758.
        Moses. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758.
        Philemon. Served in campaigns of 1758, 1759, and 1760, in Capt.
 Kimball's Co. in 1761, and Sergeant in campaign of 1762.
KING, Anthony. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757, and in Capt. Russell's
 Co. of 1760.
        Benjamin of Tiverton. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in
 Campaign of 1761.
        Clement. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        John of S. Kingstown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Obediah of Cranston. Marched as Ensign on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Thomas of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Thomas. Served in Capt. Hopkins; Co. in 1760 and died at Amherst.
KINNICUT, Amos of Providence. Volunteered on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Joseph of Providence. Commander of Privateer Victory in 1762.
KINYON, Benjamin of Charlestown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in
 Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
        Daniel. Served in campaign of 1762.
        George of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Thomas, Jr., of Charlestown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
KIRBY, Edward. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
KNAPP, Abiel. Served in campaign of 1760, in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761, and in
 Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
        Elijah of Newport. Served in Capt. Cole's Co. in 1755, volunteered and
 Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served as Sergeant in campaign of
 1760.
        John. Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756, and in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
KNIGHT, Benjamin. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
KNOWLTON, John. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
KNOWLES, Edward of Providence. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
KYE see KEYES.

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17. L

LACY, Neptane Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756.
LADD, Jeremiah Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Samuel Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, and in campaign of 1759.
        William of Newport Commander of Privateer Lydia of Newport in 1760.
        William of Newport Volunteered and marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
LADEE, Nicholas Served as drummer in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761, and in Major
LEDIES, Peck's Co. in 1762.
LUDEE,
LAKE, Edward Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Ephraim Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, and in Capt. Brown's Co.
 in 1759.
        Jeremiah Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759.
        Joseph Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        William Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
LAMB, John Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756, and in Capt. J. Whiting's Co.
 in 1757.
        Thomas Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
LANCE, John Commander of Privateer Maggott of Newport in 1757, 1758 and 1760.
LANE, Ephraim Served in campaign of 1759.
LANGWORTHY, Goodson Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
        Southcote Served as armorer on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
LANPHERE, Abel Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757, and in Col. Babcock's Co.
 in 1758 and 1759.
        Asa Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1758 and 1759.
        Elisha Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762. Died Sept. 3, 1762.
J. Served in campaign of 1762.
John Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757, and in Col. Babcock's Co.
        in 1759.
Joshua Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1758 and 1759, and in campaign of 1762.
Nathaniel Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762.
Stephen Served in campaign of 1762.
LAPHAM, Benjamin Served in campaign of 1757.
LAPTHORNE, William Served in campaign of 1759.
LARKHAM, Launcelot Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
LARKIN, Daniel Served as Corporal in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Joshua Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
        Nicholas of Richmond Marched as Captain on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Stephen Served in campaign of 1761.
LATHART, Henry Served on Privateer Blackbird in 1762.
LATHOM, William of Cranston Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
LAW, Benjamin Served in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761.
        Samuel Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
LAWLESS, William Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756, and in Capt. Wall's Co.
 in 1757.
LAWRENCE, Jonathan Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756, and in Capt. Wall's Co.
 in 1757.
        Joseph of Providence Volunteered on alarm of Aug. 1757.
Justus of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
William (Indian) Served on Privateer Providence in 1759.
LAWTON, Robert Member of councils of war in 1757 and 1761.
        Thomas Served in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761, and in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
LEACH, James 2nd Surgeon in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1755, and served in Col. Babcock's
 Regt. in 1758.
        James Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
LEE, Jonathan of East Greenwich Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Jonathan of West Greenwich Served in Capt. Fry's Co. in 1756.
        John Served in campaign of 1758.
        Peter Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756.
        Robert Served in campaign of 1755.
        Robert (Irishman) Served in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. in 1762.
LEONARD, Robert Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
LESBROOK, Charles Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
LESLEY, Lawrence of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
LETSON, Jeremiah of Coventry Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Mitchell Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756.
LEWIS, Arnold Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760
        Ebenezer Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757, in campaign of 1758, as Corporal
 in campaign of 1759, and in Col. Harris' Regt.in 1760.
        Enoch of Richmond Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
        James Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756, and in Capt. J. Whiting's Co.
 in 1757.
        Jesse Served in campaign of 1762.
        Joel (colored) Served in Col. Harris' Co. in 1760, and in Capt. Hawkins' Co.
 in 1762.
        Jonathan of Hopkinton Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Nathaniel Served in campaign of 1762.
        Oliver Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1758 and 1759, and as drummer in Capt.
 Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Peter Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Samuel Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1758 and 1759.
        Thomas Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
        Waite Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758.
        William Served in Col. Brown's Co. in 1758 and 1759.
        Zebulon Served in Capt. Green's Co. in 1757, and in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1758.
        (An Indian boy) Served in campaign of 1762 and 1763.
LILLESBURY, George Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
LILLIBRIDGE, David Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760, and in Col Rose's Regt.
 in 1762.
        Prince Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
LINDSEY, Christopher of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
LINSCOMB, John Lieutenant in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1755, and 1st Lieutenant in Capt.
 Gardner's Co. in 1756.
        Samuel Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
LITTLE, Charles Served in campaign of 1761.
        Fobes, Jr., of Little Compton Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Nicholas of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Samuel of Smithfield Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Samuel Commander of Privateer General Johnson in 1757.
LITTLEFIELD, Edmund Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
        Nathaniel of South Kingstown Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
LOCK, Timothy Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
        Thomas Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756.
LOCKWOOD, Abraham Served in campaign of 1760.
        (Amos Lockwood's boy) Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756.
LODGE, Abraham Served in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. at Havana in 1762.
LOMBERS, Joshua Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
LORING, Thomas Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756, and as Corporal in Capt.
 Wall's Co. in 1757.
        Thomas Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
LOSCELLS, William Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
LASCELLS,
LOUD, Benjamin Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
LOVE, John Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Jonathan Served in campaign of 1759.
        Josiah Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757, and enlisted at Newport for
 Campaign of 1762.
        Robert Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        William of Coventry Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
LOVELL, John Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757 and 1758, and in campaign of 1760
        Nathaniel enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
        Samuel Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
LOW, Benjamin Served in campaign of 1759, in Major Burkett's Co. in 1760, in Capt.
 Peck's Co. in 1761, and as Corporal in Capt. Hawkins' Co. in 1762.
LURDJUBEE, James of Smithfield Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
LUTHER, Peres Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, and in campaign of 1759.
        Sylvester of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
LYNCH, James Served on Privateer George of Newport in1757.
LYNDON, Josiah Appointed member of special court martial in Dec. 1758, and served
 ms member of councils of war in 1756, 1757 and 1758.
LYONS, John Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Thomas of East Greenwich Served in Capt. Fry's Co. in 1756, and marched on
 alarm of Aug. 1757.
        William of Newport (colored) Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.

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MACARBY, Elect. Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
MCCARTHY, Benjamin. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Edward. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        John. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Owen. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        William. Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
See Carty
MCCLOUD, Roderick of Newport. Commander of Privateer Prince
 Ferdinand of Newport in 1757 (Sh), and of Privateer
 Lord Howe in 1758.
MCDANIEL, Martin. Served as seaman at Oswego in 1756 and was taken
 Prisoner.
        Peter. Armorer's Mate on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
MCDONALD, Alexander. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        Canet. Served in campaign of 1758.
        James. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        John. Served in campaign of 1758.
MCGIVAR, Thomas. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757 and
 1758.
MACHOLY, Alexander. Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756.
MCINTIRE, Rufus, Jr. Served in campaign of 1756, in Capt. Jenckes'
 Co. in 1758, and in campaign of 1759.
MCINTOSH, Daniel. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
MACKALOM, John. Served at Fort George, R. I. In 1762.
MACKAY, James. Served in campaign of 1756.
See Micay
MCMULLEN, John. Surgeon on Privateer Roby in 1759.
MCNEAL,
MCNEIL, Henry. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        Neal. Served in campaign of 1759.
MACKQUEASE, Jacob. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
MAHANE, Charles. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
MALBONE, Boston. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        Caesar. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        Francis. Commander of Privateer Othello of Newport in 1756 and
 1758 (Sh).
MALBONE, Godfrey, Jr. Member of councils of war in 1756 and 1757,
 Appointed Colonel of R. I. Regt in March 1758, but was
 Superseded by Babcock in May 1758.
        Jack of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
MANCHESTER, George. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Gideon of Providence. Volunteered on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Isaac of Tiverton. Marched as Captain on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        John of Portsmouth. Ensign of Capt. Hargill's Co. in 1759, and
 Appointed Ensign of Lt. Col. Whiting's Co. in 1760, but
 Did not serve.
        Joseph. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        Matthew of Cranston. Marched as hostler on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        William of Tiverton. Marched as hostler on alarm of Aug. 1757,
 And served in Capt. Tew's Co. in 1762.
MANN, Oliver of Smithfield. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
MANSON, James. Served as seaman at Oswego in 1756 and was taken
 Prisoner.
MANTON, Gideon. Served in Major Burkett's Co. in 1760.
MANWHOM, George. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1758 and 1759.
        William of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
MARDEN, Nathan. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
MARGARET, William of South Kingstown. Served in Capt. Greene's
 Co. in 1757.
MARSH, Daniel. Served in campaign of 1758.
        John. Served as ordinary seaman on H. M. S. Pembroke in 1759 and
 1760.
        John Jr., of South Kingstown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757,
 Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758, and in Capt. Brown's
 Co. in 1759.
        Rowland. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757 and in Capt. Rose's
 Co. in 1758.
MARSHALL, John of Charlestown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Thomas. Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
MARTIN, Gideon. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Henry. Served in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761, and in Capt. Hawkin's
 Co. in 1762.
        Simon. Served in campaign of 1758.
        William. Served in campaign of 1761.
MARTINDALE, Sion of Newport. Volunteered and marched as 1st Lieutenant
 On alarm of Aug. 1757, and served as 1st Lieutenant on
 Privateer Roby in 1759.
MATTHEWS, Abraham. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760..
        Henry. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1758.
        Jeremiah. Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
MATHEWSON, Abraham of Providence. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
MATHEWSON, Clement. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        George. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Isaac. Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        John. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, and in campaign of 1760.
        John, Jr. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758.
        Joseph of East Greenwich. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Thomas of West Greenwich. Served in Capt. Fry's Co. in 1756, in
 Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757, and in campaign of 1761.
        Uriah. Served in Capt. Fry's Co. in 1762.
        Zachariah. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757, transferred to Capt.
 Wall's Co. in 1757, served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, and in
 Campaigns of 1759 and 1760.
MATTIS, William. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756.
MAXON, Daniel. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1759.
        Joel. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762 and died
 5 Sep. 1762.
        Jonathan of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in
 Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
MAXWELL, James. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        William. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1756.
MAY, Ebenezer. Served in campaigns of 1758 and 1759.
        Samuel of Providence. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
MAYHEW, Adonijah of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
MAYLEM, John. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
MEACH, Elkanah. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759.
        John. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758 and 1759.
MEGG, Stephen of Little Compton. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Stephen. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
MENEY, John Daniel. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
MERITHEW, Samuel. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757, in Col. Harris'
 Regt. in 1760, and in Capt. Hawkins' Co. in 1762.
MERRY, David. Served in campaign of 1758.
METCALF, Nathaniel. Member of Council of War in 1762.
        William of Providence. Commander of Privateer Game Cock in 1756
 (Sm), and 1759, of Privateer Goldfinch of Newport in 1760,
 and of Privateer Blackbird in 1762.
MEW, George of Warwick (Mulatto). Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756,
 In Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757, and was taken prisoner at the
 Capture of Fort William Henry.
        George. Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        John. Served at Fort Stanwix in 1761, and in Capt. Fry's Co. at
 Havana in 1762.
MICAY, John. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
MCKAY
MICHINER, Abel of Newport. Commander of Privateer Success of Newport in
 1760.

MIDDLETON, William of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and
 Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758 and 1759.
MILFORD, William. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
MILLARD, Jonathan. Served in campaign of 1760, and as Ensign in Capt.
 Hawkins' Co. in 1762.
        Nelmes. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758.
MILLEMAN, Bryant. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, and in Capt.
 Rose's Co. in 1758.
        John of S. Kingstown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
MILLER, George. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
MINGO, Joseph. Served in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761.
MINOR, _______(son of Simeon). Served in campaign of 1762.
MITCHELL, Anthony. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Daniel. Served in campaign of 1762.
        Elisha. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757, in Capt. Rose's Co. in
 1758, in campaign of 1759, in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760, and in
 Capt. Hawkins' Co. in 1762.
        Ephraim. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
        Ezekiel. Served in campaign of 1762.
        Hezekiah. Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Josiah. Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Obadiah. Served in Col. Harris' Co. in 1756.
        Richard. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
        Thomas. Ensign in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1760.
        Zebedee. Served in Col. Hopkins' Regt. in 1756.
MITHORN, James. Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758.
MOFFATT, John. Served in campaign of 1758.
MONCKCOME, Samuel. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
MONEY, Levi. Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
MONTAIGNE, Dennis. Served in campaign of 1758.
MOON, Peleg of Exeter. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in
 Campaign of 1758.
MOORE, Christopher. Served in campaigns of 1758 and 1759, and in Capt.
 Peck's Co. in 1761.
        William. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1758, and in Col.
 Harris' Regt. in 1760.
See More
MOORHEAD, James. Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
MORE, Alexander. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
        Thomas. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
MORGAN, Francis. Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1758.
        John. Enlisted for campaign of 1762.
        Roswell. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758.
MORIN, Walter. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756.
MORRIS, Owen of Newport. Commander of Privateer Rising Sun in 1759.
MORRIS, Phineas of Newport. Volunteered and marched on alarm of
 Aug. 1757.
        William. Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756.
MORRISON, of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
MORSE, Joseph. Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756, in Capt.
 Whiting's Co. in 1757, and enlisted at Newport for
 Campaign of 1762.
        Valentine of Coventry. Marched as Captain on alarm of Aug. 1757.
 Served as First Lieutenant of Capt. Tew's Co. in 1758.
        William of Scituate. Served in campaign of 1762, and in Capt.
 Cornell's Co. at Fort Stanwix in 1762.
MOSES, Isaac. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
MOSHIER, Ephraim. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1759.
        Philip of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
MOTT, Benjamin. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, and in Capt.
 Russell's Co. in 1760.
        Caleb of W. Greenwich. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
Gershom. Served in campaign of 1762.
James. Served in campaign of 1758.
Samuel. Served as sawer-in-the-pit at Oswego in 1756 and was
        Taken prisoner.
MOWRY, Jacob. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756, and in the
 Campaign of 1760.
        James of Smithfield. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757, and in
 Campaigns of 1759 and 1762.
        Philip. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        Thomas. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757, and in campaign of
 1759.
        Zephaniah. Served in campaign of 1760.
MUCKAMOGG, Josiah. Served in campaign of 1762.
MUETT, Josiah. Served in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761, and in Major
 Peck's Co. in 1762.
MUKLE, Isaac. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
MUMFORD, Jeremiah. Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
        Peter. Marched as Captain on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served as
 Member of Council of War in 1762.
        Peter of Newport. Marched as Cornet and Quarter Master on alarm of
 1757.
        Thomas of S. Kingstown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Richard. Served on Privateer under Capt. John Davis between
 1755 and 1758.
        William. Captain of Fort George, R. I. In 1756, 1758, 1759, 1760.
 Member of Councils of War in 1756, 1757, and 1758.
MUNRO, George. Served as caulker and sawer-in-the-pit at Oswego in
 1756, and was taken prisoner.
        John. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
MUNRO, Joseph. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        Nathaniel of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Thomas. Surgeon's Mate in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1759.
        William. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1759.
MURPHY, Edward. Served in campaign of 1758, and as A. B. seaman on
 H. M. S. Pembroke in 1759.

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NASH, Jonathan. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758 and 1759, in
 Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760, and in campaign of 1762.
        Nathan. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762.
NEGRO, Benjamin of Bristol. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and
 Served in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761.
        Benjamin. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        Benjamin. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        Francisco. Served in Col. Harris' Co. in 1756 and in Capt.
 Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
        Port. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758 and 1759.
Negroman see Negro
NEGUS, Job of Tiverton. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
NELSON, Andrew. Served as A.B. seaman on H. M. S. Pembroke in
 1759 and 1760.
        William. Served as ship-carpenter and seaman at Oswego in
 1756, and taken prisoner by the French.
NESSECOMPT, William. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
NESSIAIMP, _______. In Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1758, and in Capt.
 E. Whiting's Co. in 1759.
NEWALL, Thomas. Served on Privateer Defiance in 1756.
NEWBERRY, Jeremiah. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762.
NEWBURY, James. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
NICHOLS, Abraham. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Andrew. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759.
        Benjamin. Served as sawer-aloft at Oswego in 1756 and taken
 Prisoner to France, where he died.
        Benjamin. Served in campaign of 1758.
        Caleb. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758 and in Capt. Russell's
 Co. in 1760.
        Christopher. Served as Surgeon's Mate in Col. Angell's Regt. in
 1757.
        David of Richmond. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and in
 Campaign of 1758.
        George of Newport. Commander of Privateer Nancy of Warren in
 1762.
NICHOLS, Henry. Served at Fort George, R.I. in 1756.
        Jack. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        James. Served in campaign of 1758.
        John of E. Greenwich. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, and in
 Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Jonathan. Served as Commissary in 1755, and as member of
 Committee of War in 1755 and 1756.
        Joseph of E. Greenwich. Marched as hostler on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Robert. Served at Fort George, R.I. in 1756, in Capt. Fry's Co. in
 1760 and 1761, and in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. in 1762.
        Samuel. Served as Lieutenant of Capt. Cole's Co. in 1755.
        Thomas. Served at Fort George, R.I. in 1757, and in Lt. Col.
 Hargill's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        William. Served as Ensign in Capt. Bosworth's Co. in 1755.
        William. Served in campaign of 1761.
NICKES, Isaac of E. Greenwich. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757, in
 Campaign of 1761, and in Capt. Fry's Co. in 1762.
NICKLESS, John. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
NILES, Caesar. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Caleb. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758 and 1759, in Capt.
 Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        James. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, in campaign of 1758, in
 Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759, and in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
        Jeremiah of South Kingstown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760, and enlisted at Newport and
 Served in campaign of 1762.
        (John of W. Greenwich?) Captain in 1757, 1758 and 1759.
        Peter. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, and in Capt. J. Whiting's
 Co. in 1758.
        Samuel. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
        Timothy. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
NINIGRET, Charles. Served in campaign of 1762 and died.
NOBLE, Mark. Second Lieutenant of Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756, and
 Second Lieutenant of Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
NOCAKE, James. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
NORRIS, John of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
NORTHUP, Stephen Jr., of N. Kingstown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
NOWLIAN, Morgan. Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756.
NORTON, Peter of E. Greenwich. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756, in
 Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757, in campaign of 1760, in Capt.
 Kimball's Co. in 1761, and in campaign of 1762.
NUTTER, Richard. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
Nyles see Niles.

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O'BRYANT, Timothy. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
OLNEY, Benjamin of Providence. Volunteered on alarm of Aug. 1757.
OLNEY, Coggeshall. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Ezra. Served in campaign of 1758.
        Isaac. Second Lieutenant of Col. Hopkins' Co. in 1756.
        Jabez of Smithfield. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        James. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, and in campaign of 1762.
        Jeremiah. Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756 and died.
        John. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757, in campaign of 1758, and as
 Corporal in campaign of 1759.
        Jonathan of Providence. Marched as hostler on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Nathaniel of Providence. Volunteered on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Nedebiah. Served in Major Burkett's Co. in 1760, and in Capt. Kimball's
 Co. in 1761.
        Thomas of Warwick. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Thomas of Providence. Marched as Captain on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        William of Providence. Served in Col. Harris' Co. in 1756, and marched on
 Alarm of Aug. 1757.
O'NEIL, Beriah. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
ONION, John. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
ONMONOCK, Joseph. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
ORANGE, James. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
ORCHARD, Samuel. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
ORMSBEE, Ebenezer of Warren. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in
 Campaign of 1760.
OSBORNE, Edward. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Samuel. Served in campaign of 1758.
OTIS, Jonathan. Member of Councils of War in 1757, 1758, and 1759.
OWEN, Joseph of Providence. Commander of Privateer Robie of Warren in
 1757, and of Privateer Industry in 1758.

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PAGE,James of Gloucester. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Joseph. Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756, in Capt. Jenckes'
 Co. in 1757, in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760, and in
 Campaign of 1762.
        Stephen. Served in campaign of 1762.
        William. Served in campaign of 1759.
PAINE, Lawrence. Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756.
PALLOU, Antonio. Served as A. B. seaman on H. M. S. Pembroke in
PELOU 1759 and 1760.
PALMER, Israel Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Joseph. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757, and in Capt. Peck's
 Co. in 1761.
        Lawton. Served in campaign of 1762.
        Moses. Second Lieutenant of Capt. Babcock's Co. in 1758, and
 Captain in 1759.
PALMETER, Andrew. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1758.
        Benajah. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759.
        Jesse. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759, and in campaign of
 1760.
        John. Served as Sergeant in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Silas. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759.
PARK, Benjamin of Westerly. Served in campaign of 1756, and marched
 As an Officer on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Joseph, Jr., of Westerly. Served in campaign of 1756, and marched
 As an Officer on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Thomas. Served in campaign of 1756, marched as an officer on
 Alarm of Aug. 1757, appointed Second Lieutenant of Capt.
 Potter's Co. in 1758, but was transferred to Col. Babcock's Co.
PARKER, Jacob. Served in campaign of 1762.
        John of Gloucester. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756 and 1757.
        Joseph. Served in Capt. Hawkins' Co. in 1762.
        Peter. Served in campaign of 1758.
PARR, Moses. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
        Thomas. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, and in Capt. Rose's
 Co. in 1760.
PARRY, John. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
PARTLOW, John. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
PATTERSON, John of Bristol. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Joseph. Served in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761.
        Robert. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
PAUGONUTT, John (Indian). Served in campaign of 1760.
PAULL, Joshua. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757 and 1758.
PEABODY, Ephraim of Providence. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
PEACHMAN, Peter. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762 and
 Died 21 Aug. 1762.
PEALMAN, Andrew. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
PEARCE, Benoni of Providence. Volunteered on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Ephraim. Served in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761.
        James. Ensign of Capt. Hargill's Co. in 1760.
        James. Served in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761, and in campaign of
 1762.
        Michael of Warwick. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
See Peirce.
PECK, Ichabod of Cumberland. Marched as Captain on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Israel. Ensign of Capt. Gardner's (E. Whiting's) Co. in 1757,
 Lieutenant in campaign of 1758, 1st Lieutenant of Capt.
 Palmer's Co. in 1759, 1st Lieutenant of Capt. Tew's Co. in
 1760, appointed Ensign of Col. Whiting's Co. in 1761,
 advanced to Lieutenant and transferred as Lieutenant to
 Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761, and 1st Lieutenant of Major. Peck's
 Co. in 1762.
        NATHANIEL of Warren. Ensign of Capt. Richmond's Co. in 1755,
 2nd Lieutenant of Capt. Richmond's Co. in 1756, 1st Lieut. Of
 Captain Wall's Co. in 1757, Captain in campaigns of 1758,
 1759, 1760, and 1761, and Major of Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
PECKHAM, Caleb Jr., of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Peleg. Served in campaign of 1762.
        Philip of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        _______(son of Isaac of Westerly). Served in campaign of 1760.
PEIRCE, Benjamin of Warwick. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Reuben of E. Greenwich. Served in Capt. Fry's Co. in 1756, and in
 Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        Samuel of Warwick. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in
 Campaign of 1759.
See Pearce and Purse
PENDER, Peleg. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
PENDLETON, Abel. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        James. Served in campaign of 1762.
        Stephen. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1758.
PENDOCK, Benoni. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.

PENNY, Benjamin of Charlestown (Indian). Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in
 1757.
        Daniel. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
PERRIGO, Robert. Served as Sergeant in Capt. Hawkins' Co. in 1762.
PERRY, Abraham. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
        Daniel. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759, in Capt. Russell's
 Co. in 1760, and in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        John of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, served in Capt.
 J. Whiting's Co. in 1758, and in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1759.
        Simeon. Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756.
        Zephaniah. Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
See Parry
PETERS, Abraham. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
        Daniel. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757, in campaign of
 1759, and in Capt. Hawkins' Co. in 1762.
        Joseph. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Mark. Served in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761.
        Solomon. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        William. Served in Capt. Hawkins' Co. in 1762.
PETERSON, Joseph. Served as ship-carpenter at Oswego in 1756, and was
 Taken prisoner by the French.
        Lemuel. Served in campaign of 1762.
PETTY, Benjamin. Served in campaign of 1762.
        James. Served in campaign of 1762.
PEW, William of Jamestown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
PHENIX, Solomon of New York. Commander of Privateer Sampson of New
 York. Recommissioned at Newport in 1759.
PHETTEPLACE, Resolved of Gloucester. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in
 1756 and 1757, in campaigns of 1758, 1759 and 1760, and as
 Sergeant in 1762.
PHILLIPS, Andrew of East Greenwich. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Charles. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, in Capt. Brown's
 Co. in 1758 and 1759, and in campaign of 1762.
        Elisha. Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
        Frederick. 1st Lieutenant of Privateer Blackbird in 1762.
        Gideon. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Hanley of N. Kingstown (Colored). Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Israel. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        James of Gloucester. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Jeremiah of Smithfield. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in
 Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Jeremiah. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757 and 1758.
        John of Portsmouth. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757 and served in
 Campaign of 1762.
        Joseph. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757 and 1758.
        Joshua. Enlisted at Newport and served in campaign of 1762.
PHILLIPS, Michael. Commander of Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1757.
        Michael. Served in campaign of 1761.
        Peter. Served as sutler in campaign of 1762.
        Rowland. Served at Fort George, R. I. In 1757.
        Samuel of Exeter. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        William of Gloucester. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        William. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757, and enlisted at
 Newport for campaign of 1762.
        Zebedee. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
PIKE, Joseph. Served as sawer-in-the-pit at Oswego in 1756, and was taken
 Prisoner by the French.
        Joseph. Served as Steward on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
PINCH, John. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
PINNEGAR, William. Commander of Privateer Rising Sun of Newport in
 1759 and 1762.
PITMAN, Gilbert. Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756.
PITTS, James. Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
        John of Bristol. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
PLACE, Anthony of Gloucester. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in
 Campaign of 1758.
        Eber; alias John Eber of N. Kingstown (Indian). Marched on alarm of
 Aug. 1757.
        George. Served in campaign of 1758.
        Jesse. Served in Col. Harris' Co. in 1756.
        John. Served in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761, and enlisted in 1762.
        Joseph. Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758.
        Stephen. Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758, and in campaign of
        1762.
PLUMMER, Ebenezer. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
        Richard. Served in Capt. Angell's Co. in 1755.
        Samuel of Smithfield. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757, and in
 Campaigns of 1760 and 1762.
POMP, Daniel. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759.
        Greenman, see Greenman, Pomp.
        Simon. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762, and died
        5 Sept. 1762.
POOLE, Edmund. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
POOLER, George of Charlestown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, served in
 Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758, and in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759.
        Zaccheus of Hopkinton. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in
 Col. Babcock's Co. in 1759.
POOR, David. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        William. Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758.
POPPLE, John. Served in campaign of 1762.
        Stephen. Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.

PORTER, Nathan. Served in Campaign of 1762.
        Timothy. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
POTHEAGUE , Joshua. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1759.
        Peter. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1759.
        Stephen. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762, and died
 28 Aug 1762.
        William. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
POTTER, Abel of Coventry. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in
 Capt. Hawjins' Co. in 1762.
        Caleb of Cranston. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Christopher. Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758, and in campaign of
 1762.
        Ebenezer of Hopkinton. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in
 1762.
        Fisher. Served in campaign of 1761.
        Gideon. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        Gideon of Cranston.. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756, and was killed.
        Ichabod. Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758.
        Israel. Boatswain on Privateer Blackbird in 1762.
        James of Newport. Commander of Privateer Prince Frederick of Newport in
 1757, and of Privateer Wolf of Newport in 1760 and 1761.
        John, Jr. Captain of 9th Co. in Col. Harris' Regt in 1755, Captain in 1756,
 1757, and 1758; appointed Lt. Col. In May 1758.
        Joseph. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
        Joseph of Warwick. Ensign of Capt. Francis' Co. in 1755.
        Josiah of Cranston. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Joshua of Exeter. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
        Nathaniel. Served in campaign of 1758, in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1759, in
 Campaign of 1760, and as Sergeant in Capt. Russell's Co. at
 Havana in 1762.
        Robert. Member of Committee of War in 1757, 1758, 1759, 1761 and
 1762; and Member of Court Martial in 1758.
        Stephen of Coventry. Marched as Major on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Thomas, Jr. Member of Committee of War in 1762.
        Tom alias Tom Hill, (Indian). Served in campaign of 1755.
        William. Served in Capt. Jenkes' Co. in 1757, in Capt. Rose's Co. in
 1758, and in campaign of 1760.
POTTS, John. Served as A. B. seaman on H. M. S. Pembroke in 1759 and 1760.
POWERS, Benjamin. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        John of Providence. Volunteered on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John, Jr. Appointed 1st Lieutenant of Capt. Windsor's Co. in Sept. 1756.
        Morris. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Nicholas. Served in campaign of 1759.
PRESTON, Benjamin. Served in campaign of 1759.
PRISTON, William. Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756.
PRICE, Isaac. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, and in campaign of 1759.
PRICE, Israel. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        John. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
        Joseph of Newport. Volunteered and marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Samuel. Served in campaign of 1758.
PRIEST, Darius. Served in campaign of 1760.
PRINCE, Pero. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
        Peter. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
PRITCHARD, John. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
PRIOR, William. Ensign of Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761, and 2nd
 Lieutenant of Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. in 1762.
PROCTOR, Samuel. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
PROUD, William. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
PUCKEY, Samuel. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
PUCH, Henry. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
PULLEN,
PULLING, Nicholas. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        William. 2nd Lieutenant of Capt. Palmer's Co. in 1759, 1st Lieutenant of
 Capt. Brown's Co. in 1760, and 1st Lieutenant of Capt.
 Kimball's Co. in 1761.
PULLEN, William Jr. Served in campaign of 1760.
PURCHESS, William. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
PURSE, Francis. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
PYNE, Jonathan. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.

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QUAGANAH, John. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759.
QUAM, Edward. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Joshua. Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
QUENNELL, Robin. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1759, and in Capt.
 Russell's Co. in 1760.
QUOM, Samuel. Served in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761.
QUON, John. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
QUINCE, Samuel. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.

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RAINER, Thomas of Middletown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
RALPH, John. Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
RAMSDELL, Abner. Enlisted at Newport for the campaign of 1762.
RAMSEY, James of New York. Commander of Privateer Diamond of
 Newport in 1762.
RANDALL, David. Served in campaign of 1762.
        Edward. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Ichabod. Served as Corporal in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in
 1762, and died 4 Sept. 1762.
        John of Providence. Volunteered on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John of Providence. Commander of Privateer Black Snake in 1758 and
 1759, and was captured by the enemy 6 Jan. 1759.
        William. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759.
RATHBONE, Roger. Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Thomas, 3rd. 2nd Lieutenant of Capt. Coggeshall's Co. in 1756.
        Thomas of N. Kingstown. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
        William. Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
RAWSON, Pirn. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
READ, Benjamin. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
REED, Benjamin of Cranston. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Daniel. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        David. Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Joseph. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757, in Capt. Rose's
 Co. in 1758, and in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Joseph (Colored). Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1760.
        Joseph of S. Kingstown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Simeon. Served as carpenter at Oswego in 1756, and was taken
 Prisoner.
        Thomas. Served in Capt. Hawkin's Co. in 1762.
        William of Newport. Served at Fort George in 1755 and 1756, Captain of
 Fort George in 1761 and 1762, Member of Councils of War in 1762.
REMINGTON, Peleg of Warwick. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        Ruel of Warwick. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        Thomas. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
RENHOLT, Kenulle. Enlisted at Newport and served as A. B. seaman on H. M. S>
 Pembroke in 1759 and 1760.
RENIFF, John. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758 and in campaign of 1759.
REOCH, Charles. Enlisted at Newport as a seaman in 1762.
REPLEY, David. Served in campaign of 1761.
        John. Served in campaign of 1761.
REYNOLDS, Benjamin of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Clement. Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Ebenezer. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1758.
        Elias. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1758 and 1759.
        Elisha. Member of Court Martial in 1758.
        George of W. Greenwich. Served in Col. Hopkins' Regt. in 1756, and in
 Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        Grindal. 1st Lieutenant of Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756, and marched as
 Captain on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Grindal of Bristol. Marched as Ensign on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        James. Served in campaign of 1758.
        John. Served in campaign of 1759.
        John Jr. Served in campaign of 1757.
        Oliver. 2nd Lieutenant of Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758, and served in Capt.
 Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Peter. Served in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761, and in Major Peck's Co. in
 1762.
        Robert. Served in campaign of 1762.
        Shibnah alias Cyperin of E. Greenwich. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in
 1757.
        Thomas. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        (huband of Ruth). Served in campaign of 1762.
RHODES, Peleg. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
RICE, Nathan. Member of Committee of War in 1758, 1759 and 1760.
        Nathan. Ensign in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1759.
        Thomas of W. Greenwich. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
RICHARDS, William of Newport. Commander of Privateer Trumpeter of
 Newport in 1756 and 1757 (Sh).
RICHARDSON, Isaac of Gloucester. Served in Col. Harris' Co. in 1756, and
 Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        James. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1758, as Ensign and Quarter
 Master in campaign of 1759, and in Lt. Col. Hargill's Regt. at
 Havana in 1762.
RICHMOND, Barzillai of Providence. Capt. of 11th Co. of Col. Harris's Regt. in
 1755, Captain in 1756, volunteered on alarm of Aug. 1757, and
` served at Ticonderoga in the campaign of 1758.
        Eliakim of Gloucester. Marched as Ensign on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Ephraim of Little Compton. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Seth of Gloucester. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Sylvester of Little Compton. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.


RICHMOND, William Jr., of Little Compton. Lieutenant of Capt. Potter's Co. in
 1755, 1st Lieutenant of Lt. Col. Champlin's Co. in Feb. 1756,
 Captain of 5th Co. in Col. Hopkin's Regt. in Oct 1756, marched on
 Alarm of Aug. 1757, and served as 1st Lieutenant of Col. Babcock's
 Co. in 1758.
RIDER, John. Gunner's Mate on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        Joseph. Gunner's Mate on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
RIGHT, Samuel of Exeter. Marched as Captain on alarm of Aug. 1757.
WEIGHT.
RIGHTSON, Charles of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
WRIGHTSON.
RIPLEY, see REPLEY
RITTO, Peter. Served on Privateer Providence in 1758, and made Prize Master in
 April 1758.
RIVERS, Joseph. Commander of Privateer Abercrombie of Newport in 1757 and
RIVAS, 1758.
ROBIN, Isaac (Indian). Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1761.
        [Error either for Lt. Col. Or 1762.]
ROBINS
ROBBINS, Benoni. Served in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. in 1762.
        Daniel. Served in campaign of 1759, and in Capt. Russell's Co. at
 Havana in 1762, and died 27 Aug. 1762.
        Moses. Served in campaign of 1762.
        Peter. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
ROBERTS, Elias of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John. Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Peter of Cranston. Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756, marched on
 Alarm of Aug. 1757, served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760, at
 Fort Stanwix in 1761, and in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Peter, Jr. Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1757.
        Thomas. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        William of Cranston. Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756, marched on
 Alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in campaigns of 1759 and 1760.
 William. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
ROBINSON, Gain. Served as Sergeant in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761.
        George. Served in campaign of 1762.
        Hugh. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        Isaac. Served in Major Burkett's Co. in 1760 and in campaign of 1762.
        James. Served in campaign of 1759.
        Jeremiah. Served in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761.
        Joseph. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760
        Mark of Newport. Volunteered and marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and
 Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758.
        Obadiah. Served in campaign of 1760.
        Samuel. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Solomon. Served in campaign of 1760.
ROBINSON, William. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
ROCK , Joseph. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
ROCKWELL, Joseph. Served in Capt. Babcock's Co. in 1755.
RODMAN, Abiathar of Richmond (Indian). Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
 And served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758.
        Oliver. Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758.
        Thomas. Doctor on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756, and
 Surgeon of R. I. Regiment in 1759 and 1760.
        Thomas of Newport. Commanader of Privateer Dolphin in 1762.
ROFFEY, Solomon. 2nd Lieutenants of Capt. Peck's Co. in 1759 and 1760.
ROGERS, Benjamin. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760 and in Capt. Tew's
 Co. in 1762.
        Caleb. Served in Col. Harris' Regt in 1760.
        James of Newport. Member of Council of War in 1759.
        Jeremiah. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Jonathan. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Joshua. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
        Joseph. Enlisted in H. M. regular army 1762.
        Thomas. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, and in Col. Rose's
 Regt. in 1762.
        William. Member of Councils of war in 1756, 1757, and 1758.
ROOD, Thomas. Served in campaign of 1762.
ROSE, Samuel. 2nd Lieutenant of Capt. Hammond's Co. in 1756,
 Lieutenant of Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757, Captain in
 1758, 1759 and 1760. Lieutenant Colonel in 1761, and
 Colonel of R. I. Regiment in 1762.
        Thomas. Ensign of Capt. Peck's Co. in 1758, and advanced to
 2nd Lieutenant, 1st Lieutenant in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1759,
 1760, and 1761, 2nd Lieutenant of Col. Rose's Co. in 1762,
 served and died at Havana in 1762.
ROSS, Alexander. Served in Col. Harris' Co. in 1756, in Capt. Wall's
 Co. in 1757, and in campaign of 1762.
        Andrew. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
        Benjamin. Served in campaign of 1762.
        James. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        Robin. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Thomas. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759.
        Thomas, Jr. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762 and
 Died 22 Dec. 1762.
        William of Newport. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756, and
 Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in Col. Babcock's
 Co. in 1758.
ROSSE, John. Commander of Privateer King of Prussia of Newport in 1757.
ROWLAND, James. Sergeant in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761, and in Major
 Peck's Co. in 1762.

ROWSE, Benjamin. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757 and in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
ROUSE, James of E. Greenwich. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John of Warwick. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        Jonathan. Served at Fort Stanwix in 1761, and in Capt. Fry's Co. in 1762.
ROY, Caleb of Coventry. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        Richard. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        William. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756.
RUDDY, James. Served as A. B. seaman on H. M. S. Pembroke in 1759 and 1760.
READAY
RUGGLES, Thomas. Doctor on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
RUMREILL, Ebenezer of Newport. Marched as Captain-Lieutenant on alarm of
 Aug. 1757, and served as member of councils of war in 1757. 1758,
1759.
RUSSELL, Daniel. Member of councils of war in 1757.
        David. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Giles. Ensign of Capt. Hopkins' Co. in 1755, 1st Lieutenant of Capt.
 Babcock's Co. in 1756, Adjutant in 1756, 1st Lieutenant of Capt.
 Greene's Co. in 1757, 1st Lieutenant of Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in
 1758, Adjutant in 1758, wounded at Ticonderoga 8 July 1758,
 1st Lieutenant of Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759, Adjutant in 1759,
 Captain 10 July 1759, Captain in 1760, 1761, and 1762, served at
 Havana in 1762.
        John. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757, and in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in
 1758.
RUST, Benjamin of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
RYAN, Michael of Newport. Commander of Privateer Harlequin of Newport in
 1762.

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SABIN, Elijah. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Henry of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
SACHEM, Thomas. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
SAKE, Ephraim. Served in campaign of 1760.
SALISBURY, Aaron of Cranston. Served in campaigns of 1756, 1757, and
 1758 and was wounded.
        Abraham. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, in campaigns of
 1759 and 1760, and in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761.
        Barnard. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        Edward. Served in Col. Harris' Co. in 1756.
        George of Warren. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757, and in Major Peck's
 Co. in 1762.
        Jonathan. Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756.
SAMBO, Caesar of Warwick. Served in Lieut. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756, and
 In Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        James. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756, and in Capt. Jenckes'
 Co. in 1757.
SAMPSON, John. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
SANFORD, Benjamin of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Joshua of N. Kingstown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
SANSON, William. Served as A. B. seaman on H. M. S. Pembroke in 1759.
SATTERLY, Amos. Served in campaigns of 1761 and 1762.
        Gideon. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758 and 1759, and in
 Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762.
SAUNDERS, David. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758 and 1759.
SANDERS, Ezekiel of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Hezekiah. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757, in Capt. Brown's
 Co. in 1758, appointed Ensign of Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760,
 2nd Lieutenant of Capt. Hopkins' Co. in 1761, and 1st Lieutenant
 of Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Jacob. Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
        John. Served in campaign of 1759.
        Noah. Served in campaigns of 1758 and 1759.
        Peleg of N. Kingstown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.

SANDERS, Samuel. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756, Ensign of
 Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757, 2nd Lieutenant of Capt. Hacker's
 Co. in 1758, and 1st Lieutenant of Capt. Eddy's Co. in 1759.
        Samuel. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758 and in Capt.
 Russell's Co. in 1760.
        Thomas. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Waite. Served in Capt. Babcock's Co. in 1759, and in campaign of
 1761.
SAVAGE, Samuel. Served in Col. Harris' Co. in 1756.
SAWNIS, John of Exeter (Indian). Served in Captain Greene's Co. in 1757
SAWNAS and in campaign of 1758.
SAYLES, David of Smithfield. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Joseph of Smithfield. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
SCADDER, Josiah. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
SCOTT, Alexander. Enlisted at Newport as a seaman in 1762.
        Charles. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756.
        David. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756, and as Sergeant in
 Campaign of 1759.
        Francis of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Jeremiah. Served in campaign of 1760.
        Sylvanus of Smithfield. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757 and served in
 Campaign of 1758.
SCRANTON, Daniel. Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        John. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        Samuel of Cranston. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Stephen. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756.
        Stukely. Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
SCUDDER, Josiah. Served as A. B. seaman on H. M. S. Pembroke in 1759.
See Scadder.
SEABURY, Ichabod of Tiverton. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
SEAMANS, Gilbert of Providence. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Isaac. Served in campaign of 1756.
        John. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756.
SEARLE, James of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        James of Little Compton. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Nathaniel of Little Compton. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Richard. Served as an officer in campaign of 1758.
        Richard, Jr., of Cranston. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
SEARS, James. Served in campaign of 1762.
SEAVY, Joseph. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
SEWELL, Joseph. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756.
SEYMORE, John. Served in campaign of 1758.
SHADDOCK, Anthony. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1758.
SHAITE, Henry. Served at Fort George, R. I. in 1756.
SHAW, Benamuel. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Comfort. Served in campaign of 1762.

SHAW, Daniel. Served on Privateer Blackbird in 1762.
        Jeremiah, Jr., of Little Compton. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757,
 1st Lieutenant of Lt. Col. Whiting's Co. in Feb. 1760, and
 Captain in Dec. 1760.
        John of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Joseph, son of Thomas of Voluntown. Served in Capt. Fry's Co. in
 1760, and in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Peter. Served in Major Burkett's Co. in 1760.
        Thomas of Little Compton. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
SHAWN, Caleb. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757 and in Capt.
SHON E. Whiting's Co. in 1758 and 1759.
SHAY, Patrick. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762, and in H. M.
 Regular army in Dec. 1762.
SHEFFIELD, Amos of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Caleb of E. Greenwich. Marched as Captain on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Ichabod. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758.
        James. Captain of Fort George, R. I., in 1755 and 1756.
        Joseph. Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Nathan of S. Kingstown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Thomas. Served in Major Burkett's Co. in 1760.
        William of Newport. Drafted on alarm of Aug. 1757.
SHEHAN, William . Sergeant and Quarter Master in campaign of 1756,
 Lieutentant and Quarter Master in 1757, and 1st Lieutenant
 Of Majr Whiting's Co. in 1759
SHELDON Caleb. Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758.
        Ezekiel. Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758.
        George of N. Kingstown. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
        Joseph. Served on committee to build sloop of war in 1757.
        Nathaniel. Served in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761.
        Stephen. Served in campaign of 1758.
SHELLEY, John of Portswmouth. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
SHEPARD, Daniel. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
        John. Served as boat-builder at Oswego in 1756 and was taken
 Prisoner.
        John of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Joseph. Served as seaman at Oswego in 1756 and was taken
 Prisoner.
SHERBURN, Benjamin of Newport. Member of councils of war in 1757,
 1758, 1760, 1761 and 1762.
SHERMAN, Benjamin of Exeter. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, and in
 Capt. Brown's Co. in 1758.
        Benoni of N. Kingstown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Eleazer. Served at Fort George, R. I. in 1756, and in campaign of 1759.

SHERMAN, George. 2nd Lieutenant of Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756, and 2nd
 Lieutenant of Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757, an d Lieutenant of
 Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758.
        George. Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Henry. 2nd Lieutenant of Major Champlin's Co. in 1756.
        Ichabod of Exeter. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John. Served at Fort Stanwix in 1761.
        Jonathan of Newport. Volunteered and marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Joshua. Served in campaign of 1762.
        Levi. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757, and as Prize
 Master on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        Philemon. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        Samuel Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co.. in 1762.
SHERRINGTON, William. Served in campaign of 1762.
SKESUCK, Daniel. Served in campaign of 1760.
        Jona. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1759, and in Col. Rose's
 Regt. in 1762.
        Levi. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762 and died
 13 Oct. 1762.
        Moses. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757, and in Capt. E.
 Whiting's Co. in `759.
        William. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
SHIELDS, William. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
SHIPPEE, David. Served at Fort George, R. I. in 1756.
        Jonathan. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
        William. Served in campaign of 1759, in Major Burkett's Co. in
 1760, in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761, and Sergeant in campaign of
 1762.
SHREIVE, John. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
SHREFE, Constant. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
SIMMONS, Aaron of Little Compton. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
SIMON,
SIMONS, Cornelius of Little Compton. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        James. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759, in Capt. Russell's Co. in
 1760, and in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        John of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, served in Capt.
 Brown's Co. in 1760, and in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in
 1762.
        Simon. Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
        Stephen. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
SIMS, John of Newport (alias Simmons). Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
SIMES, John. Enlisted in H.M. regular army in 1762.
        John. Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756, on
 Privateer George of Newport in 1758, and as A. B. seaman on
 H. M. S. Pembroke in 1759 and 1760.

SIMES, William of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in
 Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1758 and 1759.
SINGLETON, Robert. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
SISCO, Ebenezer of Warwick. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
THISCO And served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Eleazer of Cranston. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
SISSON, Nathan. Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1759, and as Sergeant in
 Capt. Russell's Co, at Havana in 1762.
        Sanson. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756, and in Capt. Jenckes'
 Co. in 1757.
        William. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
SKILLIAN, John. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756, in Capt. Jenckes'
 Co. in 1758, as Corporal in 1759, at Fort Stanwix in 1761, and in
 Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. in 1762.
SLACK, Benajah. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1758.
SLEW, Philip. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in Feb. 1763.
SLOCUM, Ebenezer of Warwick. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Jeremiah. Served in campaign of 1760.
        John of N. Kingstown. Served in campaign of 1756.
        Peleg. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, Ensign of Capt. Palmer's
 Co. in 1759, Ensign of Col. Harris' Co. in 1760, appointed 2nd
 Lieutenant of Capt. Russell's Co. in March 1761, but served as
 Ensign of Capt. Kimball's Co. in April and May 1761.
        Thomas of Warwick. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
SMITH, Abraham. Member of committee of war in 1758, 1759 and 1760.
        Abram. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758 and in campaign of 1759.
        Benjamin. Served on Privateer Providence in 1757, and was killed
 21 Dec 1757, off Porte Plate.
        Benjamin of Smithfield. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Benjamin. Served as A. B. seaman on H. M. S. Pembroke in 1759 and 1760.
        Daniel. Served in campaign of 1760.
        Edmund. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762, and died
 26 Aug. 1762.
        Edward of Providence. Volunteered on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served as
 1st Lieutenant in Capt. Hacker's Co. in 1758.
        Fones. Served in Col. Rose's Co. in 1762.
        Gehu. Served in Major Burkett's Co. in 1760.
        George. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
        Hazael Served in campaign of 1762.
        Ichabod. Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756, and on Privateer George of
 Newport in 1757.
        Israel. Served as A. B. seaman on H. M. S. Pembroke in 1759 and 1760.
        Jahleel. Served in campaign of 1761 and 1762.
        James. Served at Fort George, R. I. in 1758 and 1759, and in Capt. Kimball's
 Co. in 1761.
        James, Jr. Served as drummer in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761.
SMITH, James. Linguist on Privateer Blackbird in 1762.
        Jeremiah of Providence. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John. Served as A. B. seaman on H. M. S. Pembroke in 1759 and 1760.
        Jonathan. Served in campaign of 1762.
        Joseph. Served in campaigns of 1758 and 1760, and in Capt. Hawkins'
 Co. in 1762.
        Nathan. Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
        Nathaniel. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        Nathaniel. Served in campaign of 1760.
        Nedebiah. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756, and in campaigns of
 1758 and 1759.
        Nehemiah. Served in campaigns of 1757 and 1762.
        Newcomb. Carpenter on Privateer Blackbird in 1762.
        Peter. Served in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761.
        Philip. Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756, in Capt.Jenckes' Co. in
 1757, in campaign of 1758, and in Capt. Hawkin's Co. in 1762.
        Richard. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, Sergeant in campaign of
 1759, in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760, in campaign of 1762, and
 endlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
        Richard, Jr. Ensign of Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, and advanced to
 Lieutenant before 5 June 1758. Perhaps the Lieut. Smith who was
 Wounded at Ticonderoga.
        Robert of Gloucester. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
        Robert. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        Samuel of Smithfield. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in
 Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
        Simon of Providence. Commander of Privateer Roby of Warren in 1758.
        Solomon of Smithfield. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757 and 1758, in
 Campaign of 1759, and in Major Burkett's Co. in 1760.
        Stephen Jr. Served in Capt. Jenckes. Co. in 1757, and in campaigns of
 1761 and 1762.
        Thomas. Served in Col Babcock's Co. in 1759, in Capt. Russell's Co. in
 1760. and in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        William. Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
        William. Served in Col. Harris' Co. in 1756, and in Capt. J. Whiting's
 Co. in 1758. Wounded and extolled for bravery.
        William. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759, in Major Burkett's Co. in
 1760, in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762, and enlisted in H. M. regular
 army in 1762.
        William of Providence. Voluteered on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        William of S. Kingstown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
SNOW, Benjamin. Served at Fort George, R. I., in 1759.
        Daniel of Providence. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
SOCHOSO, Jesse. Served in campaign of 1761.
        Obot. Served in campaign of 1761.

SOCK, Anthony. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1758, and in Capt. E.
SOCKS Whiting's Co. in 1759.
        John. Served in campaign of 1755.
SOCKOMONO, Joseph. Served at Fort Stanwix during winter of 1761-62.
SOLOMON, Simon. Served at Fort Stanwix during winter of 1761-62.
SOMOG, John (Indian). Served in Capt. Whiting's Co. in 1760 and died at
 Crown Point.
SOUTHWORTH, Isaac of Little Compton. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
SOUZEZUY, Samson of E. Greenwich. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
SOWERS, Daniel. Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762, and died
 28 Sep. 1762.
SOWLE, Henry of Newport. Member of council of war in 1761.
SPARKS, Samuel. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
SPAULDING, Ephraim. Served in campaign of 1761.
        Joseph of Smithfield. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
SPEARS, Elkanah. 2nd Lieutenant of Col. Harris' Co. in 1756,
SPEERE and 1st Lieutenant of Capt. Potter's (Jenckes') Co. in 1757.
 Died 12 July 1757.
        Jonathan. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757, in campaign of 1758 as
 1st Lieutenant of Capt. Burkett's Co. in 1759 and 1760, and
 1st Lieutenant of Marjor Hargill's Co. in 1761.
        Joseph. Served in campaign of 1761.
SPENCER, Benjamin. Served in Capt. Fry's Co. in 1762.
        Caleb. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        Griffin. Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        James. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756.
        John. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756, in Capt. Wall's Co. in
 1757, in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, and in Capt. Fry's Co. in
 1762.
        Joshua. Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Nathan. Served as 2nd Lieutenant in Capt. Lathom Clark's Co. in
 1756, and in Col. Harris' Co. in 1760.
        Theophilus. Served in campaign of 1758.
        William. Served in campaign of 1757.
SPINK, Eldred. Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Josiah. Served in Capt. Fry's Co. in 1762.
SPOONER, Charles of Newport. Member of council of war in 1761.
SPRAGUE, Daniel of Smithfield. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Daniel of Providence. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Daniel. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, and in campaign of 1759.
        Enoch of Smithfield. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Ezekiel of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served on
 Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        Jedediah. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, and as Sergeant in
 Campaign of 1759.
        Jesse of Providence. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
SPRAGUE, John. Served in campaigns of 1758, 1759, and 1760.
        Joseph. Served in Col. Harris' Co. in 1756.
SPRINGER, Lawrence of Tiverton. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        William. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
SPYWOOD, Benjamin of Warwick. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        Jeremiah. Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756.
        Nehemiah of Warwick. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        Samuel of Warwick. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757, and in
 Campaigns of 1760 and 1761.
        Thomas (Indian). Served in campaigns of 1760, and in Capt. Kimball's
 Co. in 1761.
        William of Warwick. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
STACK, Thomas. Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
STAFFORD, David. Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759, and enlisted at
 Newport for campaign of 1762.
        John. Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
        Michael. Served in campaign of 1759.
        Stukely. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757, Ensign of Lt. Col. Wall's
 Co. in 1759, and Ensign of Capt. Fry's Co. in 1760.
        Thomas. Served in campaign of 1759.
        Uriah. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, and in campaign of 1759.
STANLEY, Samuel. Served as A. B. seaman on H. M. S. Pembroke in 1759 and
 1760.
STANTON, Azariah. Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758, and as Lieutenant in
 Campaign of 1759.
        Benjamin. Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Joseph, Jr. 2nd Lieutenant of Col. Babcock's Co. in 1759.
        Samuel. Served in Campaign of 1762.
        Sock. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1758.
STAPLES, David. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756, and in Capt. Jenckes'
 Co. in 1758.
        Joshua. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756, and in Capt. Jenckes'
 Co. in 1758.
        William of Smithfield. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
STARK, Matthias of S. Kingstown. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, and in
 Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758.
STARKWEATHER, Ephraim. Chaplain of Col. Harris' Regt. in 1756.
STATES, Peter. Ensign of Capt. Rose's Co. in January 1759.
STEERE, Samuel. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756.
STELLE, Isaac. Member of councils of war in 1756 and 1757.
STENSON, William of Gloucester. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
STINSON
STERRY, Robert. Appointed Lieutenant in February 1755, and Captain of
 Second Co. in March 1755, but apparently was superceded by
 Samuel Angell. Served as Armorer of Col. Harris' Regt. in 1756.

STERRY,(________son of Robert). Served as Assistant Armorer in Col. Harris'
 Regt. in 1756.
STEVENS, Caesar. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
STRIVENS, George. Served in Capt. Hawkins' Co. in 1762.
        Harrison. Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
        Henry. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, and in campaigns of
 1759 and 1762.
        John. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, and in campaigns of 1759,
 1760, and 1762.
        John. Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Samuel. Served in Major Burkett's Co. in 1760.
        Simeon. Served in Col. Harris' Co. in 1756, in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in
 1757, in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760, and as Ensign of Major
 Peck's Co. in 1762.
STEWARD, William. Served in campaign of 1762.
STILL, Joseph. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
STODDARD, Joshia of Newport. Commander of Privateer Three Brothers of
 Newport in 1760 and 1761.
        Ned (colored). Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
STONE, Ezra. Served in campaign of 1757.
        James. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756.
        John. Served in Capt. Hawkin's Co. in 1762.
        Nathan of Portsmouth. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, served in
 Campaigns of 1758, 1759, 1760, and in Capt. Kimball's
 Co. in 1761.
        Sylvester of Scituate. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1761, in campaign of
 1762, and in Capt. Cornell's Co. at Fort Stanwix in 1762.
STONEMAN, John. Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        Samuel. Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757, 2nd Lieutenant in
 Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1758, 1st Lieutenant in Capt. Hargill's
 Co. in 1759 and 1760, Adjutant in 1760, 2nd Lieutenant of Major
 Hargill's Co. in 1761, and Adjutant in 1761.
STRANGE, Sylvanus. Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756.
STRAIGHT, Daniel. Served in campaign of 1761, and in Capt. Fry's Co. at
 Havana in 1762.
        Henry of W. Greenwich. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        John. Served in campaign of 1761.
        Jonathan. Served in campaign of 1759.
        Thomas of Coventry. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in
 Campaign of 1758 and 1759.
        William of Exeter. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757, and in Col.
 Rose's Regt. in 1762.
STREETER, Ebenezer. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
        Isaiah of Cumberland. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Josiah. Served in Col Harris' Co. in 1756.

STRINGER, John. Served in Capt. Hawkins' Co. in 1762, and enlisted in
 H. M. regular army in November 1762.
STUTSON, Thomas. Served in campaign of 1762.
SULLIVAN, Humphrey. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        William. Served in campaign of 1759.
SUMMERS, Philip. Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756.
SUNDERLAND, Joseph of N. Kingstown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757,
 Served in campaign of 1758, and enlisted in H.M regular army in
 1762.
SUTOX, John. Served in campaign of 1762.
SWAN, George. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Jesse. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
SWEET, Albro. Served at Fort. Stanwix in 1761.
        Amos of E. Greenwich. Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        Benedict. Served in Col. Harris' Regt in 1760, and in Lt. Col. Hargill's
 Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Caleb of Coventry. Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756, in Capt.
 Wall's Co. in 1757, at Fort Stanwix in 1761, and in Capt. Fry's
 Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Caleb. Jr. Served at Fort Stanwix in 1761, and in campaign of 1759.
        Francis. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, and in campaign of 1759.
        Griffin. Served in campaign of 1758, at Fort Stanwix in 1761, and in
 Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Henry. Served in Lt. Col Hargill's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Job. Served in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        John of N. Kingstown. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757. and served in
 Campaign of 1762.
        Jonathan. Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, in Col. Harris' Regt. in
 1760, in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761, and as Sergeant in Capt.
 Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Jonathan. Served in campaign of 1762.
        Matthew. Served in campaign of 1762.
        Nathaniel. Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757, and in Col. Rose's
 Regt. in 1762.
        Philip. Served at Fort George, R. I. in 1758, at Fort Stanwix in 1761, and in
 Capt. Fry's Co. in 1762.
        Richard of N. Kingstown. Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, and in
 Campaign of 1758.
        Samuel of Newport. Commanader of Privateer New Concert of Newport in
 1756, and 1758, and Commander of Privateer Diana of Newport in
 1759 and 1760.
        Samuel. Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Samuel, Jr., of Exeter. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.

SWEET, Stephen. Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758, in Capt. Tew's Co. in 1762, in
 Capt. Cornell's Co. during winter of 1762-63 at Fort Stanwix, and was
 Transferred into H. M. regular army at Fort Ontario on 13 June 1763,
 And served there until 1765.
        William. Serverd in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. in 1762.
SWEETING, Nathaniel of Providence. Commander of Privateer Black Snake in
 1756 and 1757.
SWINBURN, Thomas, Jr., of Newport. Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and
 Served as Ensign of Major Whiting's Co. in 1759.
SYLVESTER, Christopher. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.

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TABER, Daniel Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        John of Portsmouth Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Record of S. Kingstown Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, served in Capt. Rose's
 Co. in 1758, and as Ensign in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1759 and 1760.
TALBEE, see TALBY.
TALBOT, William Enlisted at Newport as a seaman in Aug. 1762.
TALBURY, Caesar Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
TALBY, Edward 2nd Lieutenant of Capt. Bosworth's Co. in 1756, 2nd Lieutenant of
 Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757, 2nd Lieutenant of Capt. Peck's Co. in 1758,
 and 1st Lieutenant of Col. Babcock's Co. in 1759.
TALFEAR, Charles Served in campaigns of 1757 and 1758.
TALKER, James, perhaps same as
TALLMAN, James Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        John of Portsmouth Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Stephen of Tiverton Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
TANNER, George Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760,
 and in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        John Served in campaign of 1762.
        Palmer Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757 and 1758, Corporal in campaign of
 1759, and Sergeant in campaign of 1762.
TANNING, Nathan Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
TARBOX, John Served as ship-carpenter at Oswego in 1756 and was taken prisoner by
 the French.
        Peter Served in Col Harris' Regt. in 1760, and in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in
 1762.
        Samuel Served as Seargeant in Capt. Clarke's Co. in 1756, and in Capt. Fry's Co.
 at Havana in 1762.
        Spink Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760, and in Capt. Tew's Co. in 1762.
TATE, Robert Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
TAYRE, Benjamin of Newport 2nd Lieutenant in Lt. Col. Wickham's Co. in 1756, and
TAYER, marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
TAYLOR, John of South Kingstown 1st Lieutenant of Major Champlin's Co. in 1756.
        John of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757 and enlisted at Newport as a
 seaman in 1762.
        John Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757 and in Capt. Hawkins' Co. in 1762.
        William Served in campaign of 1762.
TEAGUE, Jesse of E. Greenwich Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
TEFFT, see TIFFT.
TENNANT, Daniel Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        Havens of N. Kingstown Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
TEW, Henry Jr., of Middletown Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        James, Jr. Ensign of Capt. Potter's Co. in 1755, 2nd Lieutenant of Capt. Gardner's
 In Feb. 1756, 1st Lieutenant of Capt. Gardner's Co Sept. 1, 1756, 1st
 Lieutenant of Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757, Captain in 1758 and 1759.
        Thomas Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756, in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757,
 Ensign in Capt. Tew's Co. in 1758, 1st Lieutenant in Capt. Tew's Co. in
 1759, Captain in 1760 and 1762.
TEWBY, John Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762.
TEWKYE,
TEWGOOD, Samuel Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Simeon Sergeant in campaign of 1760.
THAYER, George Served on Privateer Blackbird in 1762.
        Simeon Served in Col. Harris' Co. in 1756.
THOMAS, Benjamin Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        Ephraim Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758, and in campaign of 1762.
        George of N. Kingstown Marched as Captain on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Isaac Served as Corporal in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761.
        James Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762, and in H. M. regular army Feb.
 1, 1763.
        John, Jr. of Providence Volunteered on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John of Exeter Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        John Served in campaign of 1755.
        John Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        John Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
        Samuel Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
THOMPSON, Benjamin of Smithfield Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in
 Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. in 1762.
        George of Newport Volunteered and marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John of Newport Commander of Privateer Sarah in 1761 and 1762.
        John Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
        John Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Matthew Served as ship-carpenter at Oswego in 1756 and was captured by the
 French.
        Matthew of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Moses Served at Fort George, R. I., in 1760 and 1761.
        William Enlisted at Newport as a seaman in 1762.
THORN, Isaac Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758 and 1759, and in Capt. Russell's
 Co. at Havana in 1762. Died 1 Nov. 1762.
        William Served in campaign of 1758, in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760, and in Lt.
 Col. Hargill's Co. in 1762.
THORNTON, Christopher of Providence Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Josiah of Providence Marched as Captain on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Nehemiah Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756.
        Richard of Providence Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756, and marched on
 alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Samuel Served in Major Burkett's Co. in 1760, and as 1st Lieutenant of Capt.
 Fry's Co. in 1762.
        Thomas Served in campaigns of 1758, 1759, 1760 and 1762.
        William Served in Col. Hopkins' Regt. in 1756, and in campaign of 1760.
THRUSTON, see THURSTON.
THURBER, Barnabas Served in campaign of 1758.
        Ichabod Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
        James of Providence Volunteered on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Leonard Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
        Samuel of Providence Marched as Lieutenant on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Thomas Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
        Timothy Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
THURRELL,
THURRILL, George Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756.
        William Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
THURSTON,
THRUSTON, Edward Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1759.
        John Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756.
        Lovett of Newport Commander of Privateer Charming Polly and Sally of
 Newport in 1762.
        Vaul Doctor's Mate on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        William Carpenter on Privateer George of Newport in 1757 and 1758.
        William of Hopkinton Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
TIFFT,
TEFFT, David of Cranston Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Gideon Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        John served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760, and as Ensign in Capt. Russell's Co.
 at Havana in 1762.
        Joshua Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
TIKEN, Abner Served in campaign of 1757.
TILLEY, James Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
TILLINGHAST, Amos (Colored) Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
        Pardon Served in Col. Hopkins' Regt. in 1756.
TITUS, Comfort Served in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761, and in Major Peck's Co. in
 1762.
        John Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
        Sylvanus Served in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761, and in Major Peck's Co. in
 1762.
TOBEY,
TOBY, John Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
        Samuel Ensign of Capt. Tew's Co. in 1760.
        Stephen Served as A. B. seaman on H. M. S. Pembroke in 1759.
TOCKUP, James Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
COUCHUP, and in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
TODD, Amos Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762. Died 15 Sept. 1762.
TOMEY, Lango Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
TOPHAM, Theodore Quarter Master on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
TORREY,
TORY, Nathan Served as Corporal in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761.
        William On one of Capt. Wall's muster rolls; doubtless an error for
        Wilson served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757, Sergeant in Capt. Peck's Co. in 1761,
 and Sergeant in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
TOSH, James Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
TOURTELLOT, Abraham Served in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761, and in campaign of
 1762.
        Stephen Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        William Served in campaign of 1762.
TOWER, Enoch of Cumberland Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John of Cumberland Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co in 1756, marched on alarm of
 Aug. 1757, served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760, and in campaign of 1761.
        Jonathan Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co in 1757 and 1758, and in campaign of
 1759.
        Joseph of Cranston Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756, marched on alarm of
 Aug. 1757, and served in campaign of 1759.
TRACY, Edward Served in campaign of 1761.
        Prince of Providence Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        (_______) Served in campaign of 1755.
TRASK, Ebenezer of Smithfield Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
TRIM, Robert Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762. Died 18 Oct. 1762.
TRIPP, Caleb Ensign of Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758, 2nd Lieutenant of Capt. Brown's Co.
 in 1758, and 1st Lieutenant of Capt. Rose's Co. in 1759 and 1760.
        Edward Served in Campaign of 1761.
        John Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760, and in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
        Othniel Appointed Ensign of Capt. Tew's Co. in 1760, but did not serve.
        Peleg Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Thomas Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
        William 1st Lieutenant of Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758, and Captain in 1759.
        William of Warwick Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
TROWBRIDGE, Benjamin Served as A. B. seaman on H. M. S. Pembroke in 1759 and
 1760.
TRUCK, Benjamin of Bristol Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in Capt.
 Peck's Co. in 1761.
TUCKER, Abner Served in campaign of 1762.
        John Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Morris Served in campaign of 1760.
        Rhodes Served in campaign of 1758.
        Silas of Smithfield Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757, in campaigns of 1758
 and 1759, and in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761.
        Simeon Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        William Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
TUCKHAM, Thomas Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
TUKIE,
TUKEY, John Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
        Joseph Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
TUNISON, Tunis Served as ordinary seaman on H. M. S. Pembroke in 1759 and 1760.
TUNQUIT, Daniel Served in campaign of 1755.
TUPPER, Elijah Served at Fort George, R. I., in 1760.
        Seth Served at Fort George, R. I. In 1757, 1758, 1760, 1761 and 1762, and
 enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
TURNER, William Served in campaign of 1759.
TYKING, Daniel Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
        Tyask Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758 and 1759, and in Capt. Russell's Co.
 in 1760.
        See TIKEN.
TYLER, Cornelius Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
        Ebenezer Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756, in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757
 and 1758, in campaigns of 1759, 1760 and 1761, and in Capt. Fry's Co.
 in 1762.
        Jonathan Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756, in Capt. Jenckes' Co in 1758, and
 in campaign of 1759.
        William Served in Col. Harris Regt. in 1760.
        William Served on Privateer Blackbird in 1762.

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UNDERWOOD, Benjamin of Warwick Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756, and in
 Capt. Wall's Co in 1757.
James Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
Samuel Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
Thomas of Newport Commander of Privateer Industry of Newport in
        1760 and in 1762 (Sh).
UPDIKE, Daniel Commissioner to meet with those from the other colonies in 1755.
UPSTELL, Thomas Served on Privateer Blackbird in 1762.
UTLEY, Jeremiah Served in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. at Havana in 1762.
UTTER, Abraham of Hopkinton Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Isais (Isaiah) Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758.
        Simeon Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760, and in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.

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VALENTINE, Mark Commander of Privateer Hawke of Newport in 1757.
VALETT, David Served in campaign of 1759.
VAUGHN, Benjamin of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Daniel, Sen. Gunner at Fort George, R. I., in 1756, 1757, 1758, 1759, 1760 and
 1762.
        Daniel, Jr. Served at Fort George, R. I., in 1760, 1761, and 1762.
        Gorton Served at Fort George, R. I., in 1762.
        John of N. Kingstown Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Jonathan of N. Kingstown Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Samuel Served in campaign of 1761.
VENABLES, John Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
VEZEY, John Served in campaign of 1762.
VINCENT, Joshua Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
        William of Gloucester Served in Col. Harris' Co. in 1756, and marched on
 Alarm of Aug. 1757.
VOMLIN, Gideon Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.

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WADE, Abner Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760, and in campaign of 1762.
        Nathan Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756.
WAGGS, John Served in Capt. Russell's Co. at Havana in 1762, and died 23 Aug. 1762.
WAITE, Thomas of Hopkinton served in campaign of 1758, and was killed at
 Ticonderoga.
WALCOTT, John Served in campaign of 1761.
WALDRON, Daniel of Bristol Commander of Privateer Phebe in 1760.
WALKER, Daniel of Coventry Served in Col. Hopkins' Regt. in 1756, and in campaign
 of 1759.
        Elijah Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757, and in campaign of 1759.
        Ephraim of Providence Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        James Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
        John Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Joseph Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        Munroe Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758.
        Nathan Served in Capt. Fry's Co. in 1762.
(______) (Brother of Joseph) Served in campaign of 1762.
WALL, Daniel Lieutenant of Capt. Fry's Co. in 1756, Captain of 5th Co. in Col. Angell's
 Regt. in 1757, Major of Col. Babcock's Regt. in 1758, but resigned in
 camp. Lt. Colonel of Col. Babcock's Regt. in 1759, but being sick
 resigned.
        William Served as Mate on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
WALLACE, Josias Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
        William Served in campaign of 1756.
WALLING, Cornelius of Smithfield Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Jeremiah of Smithfield Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
WALMSLEY, James Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        Thomas Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760, and in Capt. Hawkins' Co. in 1762.
WALTER, Daniel of Gloucester Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
WAMPY,
WAWPY, Joseph Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Roger of Richmond Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
WANTON, Benjamin Commander of Privateer George of Newport in 1757 and 1758,
 and of Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1759.
        James drafted in Oct. 1756, but did not serve.
        Joseph, Jr., of Newport Member of Councils of War in 1756, 1757 and 1758,
member of Court Martial in 1758, and marched as Lieut. Colonel on on alarm of Aug. 1757
WARD, Jeremiah Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
        Marmaduke Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756.
        Nehemiah Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Samuel Commissioner to wait upon the Earl of Loudon in 1758, Governor in
 1762 and 1763, and member of Council of War in 1762.
        Samuel Served in campaign of 1762.
WARDWELL, John Lieutenant of Capt. Francis' Co. in 1755.
WARE, William of Providence Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
WARNER, Jeremiah Served in campaign of 1760.
        Oliver Ring Commander of Privateer Dolphin in 1758 and 1761.
        William Served in Col Hopkins' Regt. in 1756.
WARREN, John of Newport Commander of Privateer Scorpion of Newport in 1758.
        Moses 1st Lieutenant of Capt. Coggeshall's Co. in 1756, 2nd Lieutenant of
 Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, served in Capt. E. Whiting's
 Co. in 1758, 2nd Lieutenant of Capt. Rose's Co. in 1759, 1st Lieutenant
 of Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760, 2nd Lieutenant of Lt. Col. Rose's Co.
 in 1761, and 2nd Lieutenant of Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
WARRY, John Served in campaigns of 1760 and 1761, and in winter service of
 1761-1762.
WASSAMOGG, Thomas Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, and in campaign of
 1762.
WATERMAN, Christopher of Providence Commander of Privateer King Hendrick in
 1757.
        John of Providence Volunteered on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Joseph of Providence Marched as hostler on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Marmaduke Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Prince of Providence (Colored) Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        William of Cranston Marched as Lieutenant on alarm of Aug. 1757, but styles
 himself Captain.
WATKINS, Phineas Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
WATSON, Aaron Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Benedict Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757, and in Capt. Brown's Co.
 in 1759.
        Hazard Served in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        John Enlisted at Newport and served in campaign of 1762.
        Levi Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, and in campaign of 1762.
        Nicholas Served in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Samuel, Jr., of Exeter 2nd Lieutenant of Capt. Fry's Co. in 1759, and 1st
 Lieutenant of Capt. Fry's Co. in 1760.
WAWPY, see WAMPY
WEATHERBY, Samuel Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1756, marched on alarm of
 Aug. 1757, and served as 2nd Lieutenant in Capt. Tripp's Co. in 1759.
WEATHERHEAD, Daniel Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1756, and in Capt. Jenckes'
 Co. in 1757.
        John Served in campaign of 1760.
        Levi Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758.
WEAVER, Abiel of E. Greenwich Served in Capt. Green's Co. in 1757.
        Benedict of N. Kingstown Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
        Caleb Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
        Christopher Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        David of N. Kingstown Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
        Edward Served in campaign of 1762.
        Elisha of Warwick Marched as Ensign on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Job Served in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. at Havana in 1762 .
        John Served in Capt. Fry's Co. in 1761 and 1762.
        Joseph Served in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Peter of N. Kingstown Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, and in Capt. Fry's
 Co. in 1762.
        Thomas Served in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        William of E. Greenwich Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, and in
 campaign of 1759.
WEEDEN, John Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1757.
        Jonathan of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
WEEKS, James Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1759.
        Jethro Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1759.
WEIGHT, Reuben of Exeter Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
        Thomas served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758.
        See RIGHT.
WELDON, Peter Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
WELLS, George Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
        Shadrach Served in Capt. Hawkins' Co. in 1762.
Thomas Served in campaign of 1758.
WELSH, John Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
        Morris Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        William of Charlestown Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
WENER, David Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
WESCONESS, Thomas Served in campaign of 1762.
WEST, Abner Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756, as Sergeant in Col. Angell's
 Regt. in 1757, being advanced to Ensign and then made Quartermaster
 to the regiment with the rank of 2nd Lieutenant; served in Capt. J.
 Whiting's Co. in 1757, 2nd Lieutenant in Capt. Tew's Co. in 1758 and
 1759 and so appointed in 1760, but did not serve.
        Caleb Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757, in campaign of 1761, and in Capt.
 Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Ebenezer Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757, and in Capt. Brown's Co.
 in 1759.
        James Served in campaign of 1755.
        John Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Jonathan Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758 and 1759, and in Capt. Russell's
 Co. in 1760.
        Joseph Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        Prince Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        William of Bristol Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
WESTCOTT, Jeremiah Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756.
        Johnson Served in campaign of 1758.
        Josiah Served in Lt. Col. Angell's Co. in 1756, in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757,
 and in campaign of 1759.
        Oliver Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, and in campaigns of 1759 and 1760.
        Peleg Served in campaign of 1760, in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761, and in
 Capt. Hawkins' Co. in 1762.
        William Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        Zorobabel of N. Kingstown Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
WESTGATE, James Served as Carpenter's Mate on Privateer George of Newport in
 1758.
WHALEY, Theophilus Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1756.
        Joseph of Exeter Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, and in Capt. Rose's Co.
 in 1758.
WHEATON, Noah Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
        William of Providence Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
WHEDEN, Samuel Served in campaign of 1760.
WHEELER, John Served in campaign of 1755.
WHEELOCK, Simeon Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
WHETFORD, see WHITFORD.
WHIPPLE, Abraham Commander of a privateer in 1759 and 1760. Commander of
 Privateer Gamecock.
        Benjamin Served in Col. Hopkins' Regt. in 1756.
        Daniel, Jr., of Cumberland Marched as Ensign on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Israel Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757.
        John Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1756, in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757,
 and in campaigns of 1758, 1759 and 1760.
        Jonathan of Gloucester Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Nathaniel of Cumberland Marched as Captain on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Stephen of Providence Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Stephen of Smithfield Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
WHITAKER, Joseph Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
        Nathaniel Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
        Samuel Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        William Served in campaign of 1762. (also as Whitteson.)
WHITCOMB, Abner Served in campaign of 1762.
WHITE, Robert Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
        William Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
WHITFORD, James of Coventry Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John of N. Kingstown Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, and in Lt. Col.
 Hargill's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Joshua of Hopkinton Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Nicholas of So. Kingstown Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Pasco (Pasker) Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756, in Capt. Wall's Co. in
 1757, and in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
WHITEHORN, George of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Peck of South Kingstown Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
WHITEHOUSE, George Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756.

WHITING, Amos Served as Ensign in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Daniel Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
        Ebenezer Captain in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1756, Captain of First Co. in 1757,
 Captain at Fort Edward during winter of 1757-58, Captain of Tenth Co. in
 1758, Captain in campaign of 1759, in which campaign Col. Babcock
 requested his promotion to the office of Major, and he was probably so
 commissioned.
        Henry of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John of Newport Captain of Fifth Co. and ranking officer of Second Detachment
 in 1755, Adjutant of winter garrision at Fort William Henry in 1755-56,
 Captain of Third Co. in 1757, Captain of Fourth Co. in 1758, Major
 of Col. Babcock's Regt. in Feb. 1759, promoted to Lt. Colonel in 1759, Lt.
 Col. of Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760, and Colonel of R. I. Regt. in 1761.
WHITMAN, George of N. Kingstwon Marched as Captain on alarm of Aug. 1757.
WHITMORE, Samuel Served in Col. Harris' Co. in 1756.
WHITTESON, William See WHITAKER
WICKES, Joseph Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
WICKHAM, Benjamin Lt. Colonel of Col. Hopkins' Regt. in 1756.
WIGNERON, Norbert of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
WILBUR, Constant of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Isaac 2nd Lieutenant in Capt. Gardner's (E. Whiting's) Co. in 1757.
        Isaac Served as A. B. seaman on H. M. S. Pembroke in 1759 and 1760.
        Joseph of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
J. Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
William of Richmond Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in campaign
        of 1758.
WILCOX, Abraham Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760, and in Col. Rose's Regt. in
 1762.
        Daniel of Newport Served as Mate on Privateer George of Newport in 1758,
 Commander of Privateer Hornet of Newport in 1760 and 1762, and of
 Privateer Harlequin of Newport in 1762.
        Daniel Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Derick Served in campaign of 1762.
        George Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760, and in campaign of 1761.
        Ishmael Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760,
 and as Ensign of Capt. Fry's Co. in 1762.
        Jeoffrey, Jr. Ensign of Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757, 2nd Lieut. Of Capt. Russell's
 Co. in 1760, and Captain Lieutenant of Col Rose's Co. in 1762.
        Jerem'y Served in Capt. Russell's Co. in 1760.
        Job Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Thomas Served in Capt. Potter's Co. in 1755, and in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        William of Little Compton Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in
 Campaign of 1762.
WILES, see WILL.
WILKEY, John Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        Thomas of Exeter Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
WILKINSON, John Served in Lt. Col. Hargill's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Samuel Served on Privateer Providence, and died at Port Morant in 1758.
WILKS, George Gunner on Privateer General Johnson in 1757.
WILL,
WILES, John of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, enlisted for campaign of
 of 1762, and in H. M. regular army in 1762.
WILLARD, Charles Served in Capt. Fry's Co. in 1761, and in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana
 in 1762.
WILLIAMS, David Served as a seaman at Oswego in 1756 and was taken prisoner.
        John Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756 .
        Peleg of Providence Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756, marched on alarm of
 Aug. 1757, and served in campaigns of 1758 and 1759.
        Peter Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Peter Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        Robert Served in campaigns of 1758 and 1759.
        Samuel Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        Theophilus of Providence Volunteered on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Thomas Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1757, and in campaign of 1758.
        Timothy Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co in 1757, and in campaigns of 1758 and
 1760.
        Zebedee Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
WILLIAMSON, John Served in campaign of 1759.
WILLIE,
WYLLIE, Benjamin Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757, and enlisted in H. M.
 regular army in 1762.
WILLIS, Charles Served in Capt. Greene's Co. in 1757.
        Henry Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
WILLISTON, John of Little Compton Marched as Capt. on alarm of Aug. 1757.
WILLS, Henry Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759.
        Peter Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        See WILL.
WILMARTH, Thomas Served in Major Peck's Co. in 1762.
        Timothy Served in campaign of 1758.
WILSON, Elisha Served in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
        James Served as boat-builder at Oswego in 1756 and was taken prisoner.
        James Enlisted in H. M. regular army in 1762.
        John Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
        Joseph Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1756.
WINDSOR, Joseph of Providence Appointed Captain of special company in Sept. 1756;
 appointed and served as Captain of Sixth Co. of Col. Hopkins' Regt. in
 Oct. 1756, and volunteered on alarm of Aug. 1757.
WINDGOOD, Samuel Served as ordinary seaman on H. M. S. Pembroke in 1759 and
 1760.
WINMAN, Richard Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757, in Col. Harris' Regt, in 1760,
WINDMAN, and in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
WINRIGHT, Thomas of E. Greenwich Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757.
WAINRIGHT,
WOID, Abner Served in Major Burkett's Co. in 1760.
WOLLARD, Richard Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756, and in Col. Babcock's Co.
 in 1758 and 1759.
WONKUM, Ebenezer Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
WOOD, Benjamin of Warwick Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757, and in Col. Harris'
 Regt. in 1760.
        George of Little Compton Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Henry of Little Compton Marched as Ensign on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        John Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757, in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in
 1758 and 1759, in campaign of 1760, and in Capt. Russell's Co. at
 Havana in 1762.
        John Served in Capt. Fry's Co. at Havana in 1762.
        Nathan Served in campaign of 1760, and in Capt. Kimball's Co. of 1761.
        Thomas of Newport Served in Col. Hopkins' Regt. in 1756, and in campaign of
 1762.
        William of Warwick Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        William, Jr., of Warwick Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Zebulon of Coventry Served in Capt. Wall's Co. in 1757, and in Capt. Fry's Co.
 at Havana in 1762.
WOODBURY, Ebenezer of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        (husband of Hannah) Served in campaign of 1755.
WOODIN, John Served in campaign of 1758.
WOODMAN, Thomas Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
WOODWARD, Elijah Served in Capt. Hawkins' Co. in 1762.
        Hezekiah Served in Col. Babcock's Co. in 1758 and 1759.
        John Served in campaign of 1762.
        Jonas Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1758 and 1759.
        Robert Served in Capt. Hawkins' Co. in 1762.
        Zephaniah Served in Capt. Hawkins' Co. in 1762.
WOODWORTH, Nathaniel Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
WORDEN, Nathaniel Served in Capt. Brown's Co. in 1759.
        William Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
WORRY, John Served in Capt. Rose's Co. in 1758.
WORRIS, William Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
WORTH, Lillibridge Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756.
WRIGHT, John of Newport Volunteered and marched as Captain on alarm of Aug.
 1757.
Stephen Served in campaigns of 1758, 1759 and 1760.
        William Served in Capt. Kimball's Co. in 1761.
WYATT, John Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756, and on Privateer
 George of Newport in 1758.
        Newport Served on Privateer Defiance of Newport in 1756.
        William of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
WYLLYE, see WILLIE.
WYLLYS, see WILLIS.

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YAW, William Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758.
YATES, Benedict Served on Privateer George of Newport in 1758.
        William Served in campaign of 1762.
YOEMAN, Ezekiel of Newport Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
YORK, Moses Enlisted at Newport for campaign of 1762.
        Thomas Served in Capt. E. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
YOUNG, Andrew Served in campaign of 1761.
        Benjamin Served in Col. Rose's Regt. in 1762.
        James of Newport Commander of Privateer Skip Jack of Newport in 1756.
        James Served in campaigns of 1760 and 1762.
        John Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.
        Joseph Served in Col. Hopkins' Regt. in 1756.
        Nathaniel Served in campaign of 1759.
        Richard of Providence Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757.
        Samuel of Newport Served in Capt. Belcher's Co. in 1756, and marched on alarm
 of Aug. 1757.
        William of Coventry Marched on alarm of Aug. 1757, and served in campaign
 of 1760.
YOUNGMAN, Cornelius Served in Capt. Jenckes' Co. in 1758, in campaign of 1759,
 and in Col. Harris' Regt. in 1760.
YOWS, John Served in Capt. J. Whiting's Co. in 1757.

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