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Virginia Lineages of Revolutionary War Regiments

Virginia Lineages of Revolutionary War Regiments

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Published by Lynn Research [610-28 3/4 Road] in Grand Junction, CO .
Written in English


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Pagination18 p.
Number of Pages18
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Open LibraryOL24726282M


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Virginia Lineages of Revolutionary War Regiments (Book): Lynn, John William. VA 1st (G. Gibson's) Virginia State Regiment [] Recalled to State service Jan. ; VA 1st VA State [Muhlenberg's Bde.] 20 Jan American Revolutionary War Books; DARWeb Site; Revolutionary War Pension Applications; Revolutionary WarBounty Records; Revolutionary WarWarrants; Revolutionary WarManuscripts.

The "Continental Line" simply refers to Federal, as opposed to State and militia forces. The Virginia Line is composed of units which were recruited from Virginia. VIRGINIA MAGAZINE OF HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY.

VOL. JANUARY, I No. [Doc. 30, 3I, 34, House of Delegates, ] Virginia Officers and Men in the Continental Line. The records of the State of Virginia relating to the services of her troops in the War of the Revolution, are preserved in several different offices in the Capitol.

Class L^^^ VIRGINIA STATE LIBRARY List of the Revolutionary Soldiers of Virginia (Supplement) Special Report of the Department. of Archives and History for H. ECKENP:QDE, Archivist r RICHMOND: DAVIS BOTTOM, SVPEBINTENDENT OF PUBLIC PBINTINO 31. f List of the Revolutionary Soldiers of V ^inia PART 2 Preface The first part of the.

List of the revolutionary soldiers of Virginia. Special report of the Department of Archives and History for by Virginia State Library. Archives Division; Pages: Buy Virginia lineages of Revolutionary War regiments by John William Lynn (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : John William Lynn. Numbered Record Books Concerning Military Operations and Service, Pay and Settlement of Accounts, and Supplies in the War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Records (from National Archives Microfilm Publication M) Revolutionary War Rolls, (M), and other historical records.

Revolutionary War Records at FamilySearch. Full text of "Records of the revolutionary war: containing the military and financial correspondence of distinguished officers; names of the officers and privates of regiments, companies, and corps, with the dates of their commissions and enlistments; general orders of Washington, Lee, and Greene, at Germantown and Valley Forge; with a list of distinguished prisoners of war; the time of their.

About Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War This database includes the summary of the Militia's military movements arranged by counties, declarations of Virginia Militia Pensioners, Militia officers appointed in various counties, and pensioners residing in and outside of Virginia in who received pensions as Virginia militiamen.

Virginia Revolutionary War Records Virginia played a pivotal role in the struggle for American independence from Great Britain, – Vir-ginia troops were engaged from the Atlantic Ocean to the Mississippi River and many citizens provided some form of military or public service.

The records of service are numerous, varied and sometimes. throughout the war, and garrisons had to be maintained in the frontier forts throughout the threatened area. Being unmolested by any strong force, Virginia was free to raise and equip a number of regiments for the Continental service.

Several of these took a distinguished part in the war in the Northern Size: KB. Virginia Revolutionary War books and records for family history and genealogy research. Products Sort By Product ↑ Product ↓ Price ↑ Price ↓ Default ↑ Default.

"In September,the number of Virginia Virginia Lineages of Revolutionary War Regiments book were reduced from fifteen to eleven and designated as follows: The Ninth was incorporated with the First; the Sixth with the Second; the Fifth with the Third, and the Eighth with the Fourth; the Seventh was designated the Fifth; Tenth the Sixth; Eleventh the Seventh; Twelfth the Eighth; Thirteenth the Ninth; Fourteenth the Tenth, and Fifteenth the Eleventh.".

part of the War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Rec-ords, Record Group The American forces during the Revolutionary War included many types of military organizations created by the Continental Congresses, the States, towns, and counties.

The Regular units authorized by the Continental Congresses formed the Continental. FHL Book M2s; 14th Virginia Regiment at Valley Forge Legacy: The Muster Roll Project. ↑ Edgar Woods, Albemarle County in Virginia: Giving Some Account of What It Was by Nature, of What It Was Made by Man, and of Some of the Men Who Made It (Charlottesville, Va.: The Michie Company Printers, ), Consists of bound photostats of monthly payrolls from Virginia regiments during the Revolutionary War.

The bulk of the payrolls date between and They contain the name, rank, pay per month, additional pay, subsistence, whole amount in dollars, and. Trans- ferred to 4th. Titles. Muhlenberg orderly book, beginning at "College Camp," Via., and ending at Suffolk, Va., April ij, In Dreer collection, Manuscript department, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.

A Revolutionary relic — the flag of the 8th Virginia regiment of the line. (Virginia Historical Register, April.

Revolutionary War American Forces included various organizations formed by the Continental Congress as well as individual states, counties, and towns. Regular military units created by the Continental Congress comprised the Continental Army.

Often this Army was reinforced with units created by individual states. American Revolutionary War units of the United States. The 9th Virginia Regiment was authorized in the Virginia State Troops on Janu It was subsequently organized between February 5 and Maand comprised seven companies of troops from easternmost e commanders: Colonel George Mathews.

The 7th Regiment was formed in February, March, April, and May of at Gloucester County Courthouse. Companies recruited men from Halifax, Albemarle, Botetourt, Gloucester, King William, Essex, Middlesex, Cumberland, King and Queen, Orange and Fincastle Counties.

Field officers at Valley Forge were Colonel Alexander McClanachan, [1] Lt. Colonel Holt Richardson, and Major John. Authorized in Januarythe unit's nine companies were recruited from the colonies of Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware.

Raised by Colonel William Grayson, the regiment participated in actions in Northern New Jersey in earlyat Brandywine in Septemberat Germantown in Octoberand at Monmouth in June In April the regiment was absorbed by Gist's Additional Continental Regiment Allegiance: Continental Congress.

Jacob Hoots (Hutts). Served in the 10th Virginia regiment from January 3, to the end of the war. He was entered into a hospital around New York in Novemberbut recovered and received land grants in North Carolina for his service.

of the United States pending the revolutionary war with England as Musician (Drummer) in the month of February or March in Captain Reed's company [Capt. Nathan Reid's Company] for three years, which company was attached to the 14th Virginia Regiment [Organized 12 File Size: 30KB.

Brief History [edit | edit source]. The 2nd Virginia Regiment was formed in October at Williamsburg. Field officers at Valley Forge were Colonel Christian Febiger, Lt.

Colonel Richard Parker, and Major Ralph Falkner. Colonels [edit | edit source]. - Colonel William Woolford in command from 13 Feb to 21 Feb ; - Colonel Alexander Spotswood in command from 21. The 9th Virginia Regiment. Virginia Line, On Septemthe Continental Congress resolved to raise an army of eighty-eight infantry regiments which were to serve for the duration of the war.

Virginia was called upon to contribute fifteen of these regiments. Each regiment was to be reduced from ten to eight companies. Each company was to have a captain, 2 lieutenants, an ensign, 4 sergeants, 4 corporals, a fifer, a drummer, and 76 privates.

Each regiment would then have a total strength of officers and men. Eight companies lent themselves to better tactical deployment than ten companies in. These men would find themselves in new Virginia regiments including two regiments of month levies raised in December under Colonel John Green and Lt.

Colonel Samuel Hawes (former captain of the 2d Virginia Regiment in ) which would eventually be named the 1st and 2d Virginia Regiments, as well as a Continental regiment technically. 8th Virginia Regiment. The 8th Virginia Regiment or German Regiment was an infantry unit that served in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War.

Authorized in Januarythe regiment was raised from men of several northwestern counties in the strength of 10 e commanders: Colonel Peter.

FHL Book M2s; 13th Virginia Regiment at Valley Forge Legacy: The Muster Roll Project. ↑ Edgar Woods, Albemarle County in Virginia: Giving Some Account of What It Was by Nature, of What It Was Made by Man, and of Some of the Men Who Made It (Charlottesville, Va.:.

Georgia Revolutionary War Rolls, Muster rolls, payrolls, strength returns, and other miscellaneous personnel, pay, and supply records of American Army units, Georgia Revolutionary War Service Records Compiled service records of soldiers who served in the American Army during the Revolutionary War, Formed: Jan, The 1st Virginia Regiment of the Continental Line, Burke, Virginia.

2, likes 7 talking about this. The 1st Virginia Regiment of the Continental Line is a recreated Revolutionary War living /5(9). The 1st Continental Artillery Regiment, also known as Harrison's Continental Artillery Regiment, was authorized on 26 November as Colonel Charles Harrison's Continental Artillery Regiment.

Raised for service during the American Revolutionary War, as originally organized, the regiment comprised 10 artillery companies from Virginia. Two of the artillery companies existed since early Branch: Continental Army. On DecemCongress authorized an additional 16 regiments.

Unlike the September regiments, the "sixteen additional regiments," the artillery regiments, and the light horse were Organized directly by Continental authority rather than by the authority of the state governments and were placed completely under Washington's control.

The 8th virginia regiment In the revolutionary war. Proudly powered by Weebly. Home Blog The Project The Regiment. Genealogists concerned with documenting the Revolutionary War service of an individual should begin by consulting the sources listed here.

For information on Virginians who served in the Revolutionary War, see Sources for Virginia states other than Virginia, consult the subject catalog under the following entry: “Name of State–History–Revolution, –Registers, lists. McAllister, J. Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War.

Bowie, Md., Almost no records have survived for those men who served in the county militia units. This book contains names of officers of some county militia units and some Virginia militia pensioners. (Ref. E V8 M1 ). National Geographic Society.

Reprint of the 3d ed. of Index of Virginia revolutionary soldiers given by W.T.R. Saffell in the third edition of his work published in Baltimore in ; index to officers in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, and 11th Virginia regiments as given in volume I.

of Palmer’s Calendar of Virginia. Revolutionary services of Robert Bolling of Petersburg, Va., with a roster of his troop. (Virginia magazine of history and biography, Oct.

12, p. FAIRFAX COUNTY. [including present Fairfax and Alexandria counties] Orderly book of Adjutant John Piper of the First regiment of the Prince William and Fairfax militia, Mar.

4 to. 3rd Virginia Regiment. likes. We are a Revolutionary War reenacting group that portrays the Continental soldiers of the 3rd Virginia Regiment during the time periods of to Followers:. The 3rd Virginia Regiment was raised on Decem at Alexandria, Virginia for service with the Continental Army.

The 3d Virginia's initial commander was Colonel Hugh Mercer, who was quickly promoted to brigadier second commander, George Weedon, was also promoted to brigadier general within a few was succeeded in command by Colonel Thomas Marshall, the Active: - The 9th Virginia Regiment was authorized in the Virginia State Troops on Janu It was subsequently organized between February 5 and Ma and comprised seven companies of troops from easternmost Virginia.

The unit was adopted into the Continental Army on The regiment participated in the Battle of Brandywine and the Battle of Germantown. At Germantown, Active: Return of Captain Springer's company in the Virginia line, who listed during the war.

(Virginia County Records, June, V. 6, p. ). Lieutenant-Colonel John Cropper's company of Colonel Mor-gan's regiment attached to General Woodford's brigade, as it stood Novem (Records of the Revolutionary war By W. T.

R. Saffell.