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Lt. Joseph ANDREWS, Thomas ANDREW, in Rev. War 1775+ of Vermont
Posted by: transcriber (ID *****1076) Date: April 26, 2004 at 10:35:48
In Reply to: Lt. Noel Andrew (1756-1822) Pownal, VT by Diana of 836

Hi Carol:
I descend from immigrants, John & Esther ANDREWS, of England to CT, and their son, John b. ~1620 and Mary ANDREWS [ANDRUS] of Farmington, CT. I have more information.

Hope the military data below is helpful.
They are not my ancestors, just material at hand. Jan

"Payroll of Capt. Peleg Matteson's Company of Militia, for service done on an Expedition in the Northward, Shaftsbury, 1781.

1) Name: Joseph Andrews, Lt.
Days: 8
Miles: 55
Allowance for travel: 0.18.4
Pay per day: 4.3
Total: 2.12.4.

2) Name: ~Thomas Andrew
Days: 6
Miles: 55
Allowance for travel: 0.18.4
Pay per day: 0.1.4
Total: 1.6.4.

Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, Jan. 3, 1782. Received of the Treasurer the contents of the above order. Peleg Matteson, Capt."

From "Rolls of Vermont Soldiers in the REVOLUTIONARY WAR 1775-1783, Volume II, 1998, pages 519 and 520.

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