SOLDIERS

IN

KING PHILIP'S WAR

Chapter 1, Part V 

 

June 24, 1676

Magnus White

01

09

00

Joseph Lyon

04

11

08

July 24, 1676

John Chub

02

00

00

Daniel Hawes

01

06

06

Hugh Taylor

05

00

00

Joseph Procter

00

17

00

August 24th 1676

John Moore

01

14

00

Thomas Wheeler

00

08

04

Richard Scott. Cornett

08

17

00

George Stedman

01

16

08

Jonathan Atherton

04

00

00

Jacob Hill

04

17

00

James Cheevers

02

11

00

John Oyne

02

11

00

William Keene

04

18

06

James Franklin

04

18

06

Joseph Richeson

03

01

08

Justinian Holding

02

11

00

Denis Sihy

02

18

09

Thomas North

04

02

10

Thomas Robinson

05

12

00

Robert Emes

05

01

05

Richard Browne

03

03

04

Francis Woolfe

01

15

08

Joseph Garfield

01

10

00

John Floyd, Lieut

12

17

02

Jonathan Sprague

04

01

05

Benjamin Muzzye

02

11

05

Thomas Adams

04

17

00

Francis Cooke. 2 items

04

04

02

John Stone

01

10

10

Patrick Morren

06

08

06

William Healy

02

11

06

Simon Groves (als.Grow)

03

12

10

John Polly

01

11

08

John Kendall

00

17

00

Ephraim Regimant

03

17

11

Benjamin Rice

03

17

11

September 23d 1676

Joshuah Sawyer

03

07

00

James Sawyer

03

01

05

Jacob Willar

12

05

08

John Winter

01

02

10

John Tolman

00

07

00

James Cutler

01

04

03

Nathaniel Adams

01

02

06

James White

00

15

08

Joseph Browne

01

10

00

John Browne

03

05

08

Samuel Edmons

02

11

05

John Greenland

02

02

08

John Pinder

05

00

00

John Redman

02

14

00

Abraham Wilkinson

01

10

10

James Bayly

02

11

03

Daniel Ruff

04

17

00

John Gibson

03

11

00

Richard Wood

02

17

00

Josiah White

02

04

03

John Adams

03

15

06

Joseph Bucknam

00

14

03

John Stedman

03

17

02

James Miller

05

02

06

Jonathan Hill

02

11

05

James Patterson

02

11

05

Thomas How

02

11

05

Richard Scott

00

08

06

The Indians who served our side were not regularly credited, and so, with few exceptions, their "debentures" are not found. Their names and service will form a separate article.

Pocasset Swamp, where Fort Leverett was built, lies in the present town of Tiverton, R.I. 

 

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