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Bucks County VolunteersContributor: Todd Braisted
The Bucks County Volunteers were not a "Provincial Corps" and therefore (unfortunately) did not have muster rolls. While they might have made out some rolls for their provisions, these rolls do not now apparently exist.
This unit should not be confused with the Bucks County Light Dragoons, which was a Provincial unit.
The Volunteers were raised in the Spring of 1778 by Captain William Thomas and served (in strengths of as little as 15 or 20 men) through Yorktown and afterwards. They were often attached (or more probably, attached themselves) to the Queen's Rangers. Thomas himself drew pay through this corps, although his other officer(s) and men did not. Several of these men later claimed compensation for their losses in the war and can be found in the Audit Office Papers.
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