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VT Benjamin, David, Ebenezer, Isaac, Jacob, James, Jonathan, Oliver CORY Rev War
Posted by: J. transcriber (ID *****1076) Date: August 30, 2004 at 15:49:23
In Reply to: Benjamin COREY Dutchess Co NY and/or Danby VT by Lynn Phifer of 1241

Hi Lynn,
These COREY or CORY Vt. Rev. War soldiers are listed:
Benjamin
David [transcribed below]
Ebenezer
Isaac
Jacob
James
Jonathan and
Oliver.
Please let me know at jnrose at webtv dot net if you would like me to transcribe the military data on Benjamin COREY. Happy searching, Jan

"[156] A Payroll of Capt. Peleg Mattison's Company of Militia in the service of the State of Vermont, done on an Expedition to the Northward, Shaftsbury, [Bennington County, VT] 1781.
Name: David COREY, Private
Days in service: 6;
Miles: 55;
Pay per day: 1.4;
Total: 1.6.4." [1 pound, 6 shillings, 4 pence]
"Sunderland, Jan. 3, 1782, Received of the Treasurer, the contents of this order. Peleg Matteson, Capt."

Source is 'ROLLS OF VERMONT SOLDIERS IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR 1775-1783", prepared and published under the direction of Major General Martha T. Rainville, The Adjutant General, Vermont, Camp Johnson, Colchester, Vermont, 1998, Volume 2, page 519.


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