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VT Benjamin, Jonathan COREY ~ Rev War 1777 ~ Benedick, William CORY transcribe?
Posted by: J. transcriber (ID *****1076) Date: August 31, 2004 at 08:01:55
In Reply to: Re: VT Benjamin, David, Ebenezer, Isaac, Jacob, James, Jonathan, Oliver CORY Rev War by Lynn Phifer of 1241

Hi Lynn,
These COREY or CORY Vt. Rev. War soldiers I did not list before:
Benedick and
Please let me know at jnrose at webtv dot net if you would like me to transcribe their military data. Your welcome, Jan
[107] Capt. John Benjamin's Company of Militia under the command of Col. Joseph Marsh from the 16th of Aug. to Oct. 1777, inclusive.
Name: Benjamin COREY, Private
Names: Joseph CALL, Joseph MARSH, Capt. Phineas POWERS, Corpl. James SANDERSON, Ignathus SPRAGUE [my ancestors]
Time of service: 1 mo. 20 days
Miles: 150
Travel 0.12.6
Wages due: 4.3.4
Total: 4.15.10." [4 pounds, 15 shillings, 10 pence]
Windsor Oct. 15, 1778 Recd. of Ira Allen, full for the order..."
pages 28 and 29
================================================= "[33 Capt. Cyprian [Cyperan] Downer's Alarm Co. in Col. Herrick's Regiment of Militia while in service October, 1780.
Name: Ensign Benjamin COREY, days in service 17, miles travel 110, amount paid 5.8.11.
Arlington, July 24, 1781 Recd. from Treasurer...
page 240
================================================="[252 dupl 90] Capt. Cyprian Downer's Company, Shaftsbury, 1781. Pay roll for going to Saratoga [NY] on an Expedition.
Ensign Benjamin COREY, 2 days, 30 miles, paid for travel 0.10.0, paid per day 0.4.3, total pay 0.18.6.
Bennington 13th of May 1782 Recd. of Treasurer..." page 431
================================================="[150] Capt. Cyprian Downer's Company of Militia in Col. Wlbridge's Regiment, called to Castleton [Rutland Co., Vt.] by reason of Alarm...
Name: Ensign Benjamin COREY, commencing Oct. 12, 1781 and ending Oct. 25, 1781, for 13 days, miles travel 53...
Sunderland Dec. 29, 1781 Recd. of the Treasurer...Ebenezer Wood, Capt."
Note: Jonathan COREY, Private, also served.
page 480
================================================="[358] Capt. Augustine Odell's Company in Col. John Abbot's Regment of Militia, which was called out in an alarm the 19th of October, 1781...
Name: Benjamin COREY; 18 days, 60 miles...
Manchester Oct. 23, 1782 recd. of Treasurer..."
page 498
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, Volumes 1 and 2. Jan

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