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Re:more George MAJOR ~ Revolutionary War 1781 lookup data
Posted by: J. trancriber (ID *****1076) Date: November 13, 2012 at 06:02:25
In Reply to: Re: George MAJOR ~ Revolutionary War 1780-1782 lookup data by al butchino of 23618

Listed in "ROLLS OF VERMONT SOLDIERS IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR 1775-1783", Volume II, 1998, page 508:
"A payroll of a part of Capt. Elijah Galusha's Company of Militia in the town of Arlington [Bennington County, Vt.]
who marched for the defence of the frontiers of the State of Vermont in the month of October, 1781.

Name: George Major
Days in service: 10
Pay per day: 1/4
No. of miles traveled: 45
Travel pr mile: /4
Amount [paid]: 1.8.4.

Pay Table Office, Arlington, Jan. 7, 1782..."

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