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Muster Roll of John Althause's Company of New York Volunteers

Submitter: Linda Harper

Linda's Note:
I've attached Muster Roll of John Althause's Company of New York Volunteers.It was taken while they were prisoners after the Surrender at Yorktown. John Althause and John Ludwig De Beck and John Althause Jr. Previously served with Emmerichs Chasseurs in 1777. John Althause is my 6x gr.grandfather and John ludwig married his daughter and is my 5x gr. grandfather.

This muster roll is from 1782 a year after the Battle of Yorktown Virginia. Surrender of Conwallis. It is from the archives in Ottawa Canada. Note that "F" is for Fredericksburg

Lancaster 24 April 1782

Muster Roll of the Detached Corps under Charge of Lt. DeBeck ,New York Volunteers

Capt. Althause's Company of New York Volunteers

Rank Name Absent Why Dead Deserted Taken prisoner
Capt. John Atlhause sick at F     Oct . 19, 1781
Lieut. Jno. Ludwig Debeck Present     Oct . 19, 1781
Ensign John Althause Jr Sick at F     Oct . 19, 1781
Sergt. Donald McNeal Sick at F     Oct . 19, 1781
Sergt. James Mc Owen Present     Oct . 19, 1781
Corp'l Michael Rayen Sick at F     Oct . 19, 1781
Corp'l l Thomas Quint present     Oct . 19, 1781
Private Wm. Hockman present     Oct . 19, 1781
Private Alex Collins present     Oct . 19, 1781
Private George Hunter present     Oct . 19, 1781
Private James Button Sick at F     Oct . 19, 1781
Private Private John Nicols Sick at F     Oct . 19, 1781
Private Mathias Fredom Sick at F     Oct . 19, 1781
Private John Mackenzie Sick at F     Oct . 19, 1781
Private Francis Bilas Sick at F     Oct . 19, 1781
Private George Haines Sick at F     Oct . 19, 1781
Private Nathan Dock Sick at F     Oct . 19, 1781
Private Isaac Deal Missing     Nov. 7, 1781
Private Benj. Stivors Missing     Nov. 5, 1781
Private Fredk. Roseman Missing     Dec. 6, 1781
Private John Harley Missing     Mar. 6 1782
Private Jacob Rossby   died Oct. 21, 1781   Oct . 19, 1781
Private James Moore   died Oct. 29, 1781   Oct . 19, 1781

 
 

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