SOLDIERS

IN

KING PHILIP'S WAR

Chapter 28, Part X

LIST OF VOLUNTEERS WHO DREW "CEDAR SWAMP" LOTS

1 Edward DeWolf

2 Ephraim Culver

3 John Ashcroft

4 Caleb Fobes

5 Robert Stanton

6 Samuel Frisbee

7 John Gallup

8 William Potts

9 Ebenezer Billings

10 Richard Bushnell

11 Philip Bill

12 Sargt. John Frink

13 Capt. Pendleton

14 Peter Cross

15 Joshua Abell

16 John Parker

17 Clement Miner

18 James Welch

19 Manassah Miner

20

21 Daniel Stanton

22 Thomas Wooster

23 Richard Lord

24 Samuel Miner

25 Gersham Palmer

26 Samuel Rogers

27 Henry Hall

28 Thomas Rood

29 Joshua Baker

30 George Denison

31 Richard Cook

32 Rev. Moses Noyes

33 Edmond Fanning

34 John Waller

35 Jonathan Jennings

36 John Stark

37 Joseph Hull

38 Edmond Fanning

39 Robert Old

40 Benaiah Bushnel

41.Samuel Lathrop

42 Joseph Wheeler

43 John Shaw

44 John Kinne

45 Samuel Roberts

46 Nicholas Cotteral

47 Ezekiel Maine

48 Edward Colver

49 John Lathrop

50 Aaron Huntley

51 Samuel Richards

52 John Hough

53 John Fanning

54 Samuel Stephens

55 Samuel Parker

56 William Knight

57 William Potts

58 John Palmetor

59 John Plant

60 Rev. James Fitch

61 John Griswold

62 Capt. Geo. Denison

63

64 Thomas Williams

65 Robert Holmes

66 John Minton

67 Samuel Fox

68 Maj. Wait Winthrop

69 Nathaniel Holt

70 Mathew Jones

71 Jacob Joy

72 Aaron Stark

73 John Lewis

74 Thomas Ross

75 John Stephens

76 John Avery

77 Samuel Shother

78 Samuel Yeomans

79 Ephraim Miner

80 George Chapple

81 Daniel Tracy

82 William Roberts

83 Solomon Tracy

84 Thomas Bliss

85 Samuel Tubs

86 Nathaniel Cheesebro

87 Richard Smith

88 Capt. Ebenezer Johnson

Sargt. Moses Johnson

89 Thomas Reynolds

90 Rev. James Noyes

91 Thomas Park

92 Matthew Griswold

93 Francis Smith

94 Henry Paterson

95 Nathan Gillit

96 John Wickwire

97 Joseph Ingraham

98 Jeremiah Blage (Black)

99 Nehemiah Smith

100 Robert Park

101 Daniel Clark

102 Richard Smith, Sen

103 Henry Elliot

104 John Waterhouse

105 Roger Orris

106 William Billings

107 Daniel Kelsey

108 Peter Spicer

109 John Latham

110 Jonathan Armstrong

111 Daniel Crumb

112

113 William Bennett

114 William Douglass

115 William Wheeler

116 Demsy Springer

117 Henry Stephens

118 Nathaniel Haiden

119 Moses Huntley

120 Philip Bill

121 James Danielson

122 Richard Dart

123 Ebenezer French

124 William Lee (Lees).

125 Daniel Shaw

126 Joshua Holmes

127 John Wheeler

128 Samuel Stanton

129 James Murphy

130 Joseph Morgan

131

132 William Williams

133

134

135 Stephen Dewolf

136 Joseph Northrop

137 Hugh Rowland

138 Daniel Comstock

139 Thomas Fanning

140 Joseph Stanton

141 Jonathan Rudd

142 John Willey

143 William Gallup

144 Robert Lord

145 Lieut. Thomas Leffingwell

146 Maj. Edward Palmer

147 Edward Shipman

148 Isaac Wheeler

149 John Charles

150 Abel Moir

151 William Johnson

152 John Plumb

153 John Hull

154 Thomas Avery

155 Edward Larkin

156 Nathaniel Park

157 Thurston Rainard

158 Capt. James Avery

159 John Fish

160 Samuel Fish

161 Adam Gallup

162 John Lummis

163 Thomas Hungerford

164 Daniel Stubbins

165 Lieut. Thomas Miner

166 Nathaniel Beebe

167 Capt. John Stanton

168 James Morgan

169 James York

170 Joseph Miner

171 William Denison

172 Stephen Richardson

173 John Denison

174 Joseph Culver

175 Samuel Hough

176 Moses Bennett

177 John Smith

178 James Avery

179 Joseph Waterhouse

180 James Willet

181 John Bennett

182 Thomas Bill

The names in Mr. Wheeler's List, not found in the Cedar Swamp List

William Hough

Jonathan Burtch

John Somes

John Babcock

Thomas Brand

John Larabe

These last names were enrolled after the Cedar Swamp lots were drawn, and probably were assigned to the blank numbers.

LATER CREDITS FOR MILITARY SERVICE

FROM JOHN HULL'S LEDGER

The following names are gleaned from later Ledger Accounts of Treasurer John Hull. It will be seen that the credits of the Journal, heretofore given, close with the date September 23, 1676. The war continued for some time longer, and many whose names are already given did not there receive credit for their later service in the Journal accounts. Now the old Ledger helps out in these accounts, but also shows the new men engaged in the service; and I here add only the new names in general. This fortunate "overlapping" of the Ledger accounts occurs in the following way: In posting his Journal accounts, at first, Mr. Hull divided the Ledger pages for four accounts on each page. When he had filled the Ledger through the first time, he turned back, and used the spaces unused or unlikely to be used; and on most pages this gave four or five new accounts. It was in the last of these new accounts (and I judge that the process was repeated twice) that the items below are found. Of course the names are not assigned to any particular officer or service, but in many cases certain towns are mentioned through whose officers the soldiers received payment. This mention does not prove residence, but may serve in some cases to identify the names when taken with other facts. The list shows the names of those who served in the later months of 1676, and probably some who had not received credit for earlier services. The arrangement under towns, etc., is of course, my own.

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