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The MACOMB (aka McCOMB) letters 1757-1760, Albany New York
Note from Murray McCombs, donator of the index:
This doctoral dissertation (1990) can be purchased from
University of Michigan (UMI). Since the reviewer (Marshall
Lloyd, a direct descendant of Catharine NAVARRE, mother to
General MACOMB, War of 1812) that brought this to my
attention mentioned that it was 800 pages in length, but my
bound copy (in 3 volumes) runs 1700 pages, I'd strongly
suggest ordering the bound copies (only a few dollars more).
The loose leaf could quickly become frustrating. The cost of
bound copy was $US 57.00 including postage and GST.
It appears the index is related to the 1757-60 timeframe and
doesn't address all of the prodigious amount of colateral
material that follows each letter. The author attempts to
integrate events leading up the ARW.
MERCHANT AND REDCOAT: THE PAPERS OF JOHN GORDON MACOMB,
JULY 1757 TO JUNE 1760 (NEW YORK, BRITISH ARMY). MEANY,
JOSEPH FRANCIS, JR., PHD. FORDHAM UNIVERSITY, 1990. 1821
pp. Advisor: JONES, ROBERT F.
This Dissertation claims to be the only scholarly written
history about early Albany NY life (he states previous
attempts by author and book title). The background to the
MACOMB letters and who the people where is truly amazing.
Exchange rates are quoted throughout. A very good overview
of earlier Dutch colony life is well examined.
Though most of this index covers the French and
Indian wars, the preamble is a scholarly description of life
and times of Albany NY leading up to the American
Revolution. Some personages may have supported the King
during the ARW.
Shirley, Sir William, Maj Gen Royal Gov of Mass. Bay, Col.
50th Regt. of Foot
Shuter, James, Mercahnt of Schenectady
Silvester, Peter, Attorney of Albany
Sinart, Mrs. ?, Reg woman, 55th Regt.
Skene, Philip, Maj 27th Regt.
Smith, Francis, Lt. Col. 10th Regt.
Smith, Richard, Lt. NY Indep Cos
Smyth, David, Merchant of Belfast
Symith, Debar, Mrs., Merchant NYC
Soubrain, William, Lt. 55th Regt.
Soweres, Thomas, Capt, Royal Regt of Artillery
Spencer, Thomas, Capt 46th Regt
Spiemacher, Frederick Christopher, Capt, 4th Batn, 60th
Regt., military Engineer
Stanton, Jeremiah, Capt 60th Regt
Stanwix, John, Col. 60th Regt.
Stark, John, Capt. Indep Co.
Steedman, John, 2nd Batn, 1st Regt.
Stevenson, James, Regt Surgeon, 60th Regt.
Stevenson, James, Sr., Merchant of Albany
Stevenson, James, Jr., Merchant of Albany
Stevenson, John, Merchant of Albany
Stewart, ?, Wine merchant
Stillwell, Samuel, Tea-Merchant of NYC, partner in
Stillwell, Bache, Simson
Stiners, Lewis, Capt 60th Regt.
Strachey, Samuel, Capt. Royal Regt. of Artillery
Stuyvesant, Nicholas, W. Merchant of NYC
Stuyvesant, Peter, Dir Gen of Colony of New Netherland
Stuyvesant, Peter, Merchant of NYC
Sullivan, Daniel, Capt, Lt. Col 55th Regt of Foot
Sutherland, Anias, 2nd Batn, 1st Regt, Freemason
Swift, John, Lt 60th Regt.
Swords, Thomas, Sgt, later Ensign, Lt 55th Regt, Freemason
Sylvester, ?, Sgt. 48th Regt.
Syme, James, Merchant of Albany
Thodey, Micheal, Lt. Col. New York Prov Regt.
Tompson (Thompson, Thomson), Alexander, Gentleman, Vol.
later Ensign 42nd Regt.
Thompson and Gilespie, Mercahnts of NYC and Albany
Tompson (Thompson), James, Merchants of NYC
Townshend, George, Capt, 22nd Regt.
Townshend, George, Brig Gen
Trpesec, Sieur de. Capt, Regt de Bearn
Turnbull, Alexander, Capt 42nd Regt.
Turner, George, Merchant of Albany, Partner in Benson and
Tute, James, Lt. Indep Co of Rangers
Tyrawley, Lord Col. Coldstream Regt.
Van Allen, John, Capt, Sloop master of Albany
Van Allen, Jane, (Mrs Abraham Lyle)
Van Burgen, Martin Gerretse, Sloop Master
Van Der Heyden, Jacob, Merchant of Albany
Van Dreisen, Henry, of Albany and NYC
Van Dreisen, Peter, of Schenectady
Van Saltsberg, Hendrick, of Albany
Van Schaack, Henry, Postmaster of Albany
Van Schaick, Sybrant Gozen, Mayor of Albany
Van Vaughter, Lucas, Capt. New Jersey Prov Regt
Van Vaughter, Mrs.
Vaughan, John, Capt, 17th Regt.
Von Harbot, M.
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