The 1st Delaware Regiment was raised on December 9, 1775 for service with the continental army under the command of Colonel John Haslet. The regiment would see action during the New York Campaign, Battle of Trenton, Battle of Princeton, Battle of Brandywine, Battle of Germantown and the Battle of Guilford Court House Delaware Revolutionary War Rolls, 1775-1783 Muster rolls, payrolls, strength returns, and other miscellaneous personnel, pay, and supply records of American Army units, 1775-83. Delaware Revolutionary War Service Records Compiled service records of soldiers who served in the American Army during the Revolutionary War, 1775-1783 During the American Revolution, the Delaware Regiment established a record for military discipline, efficiency, and dependability on the battlefield. On Saturday, June 1, at 10:30 a.m. historian Charles (Chuck) Fithian will present a program at the Delaware Public Archives about this legendary military unit
Continental Haslets 1st Delaware First Legion is extremely pleased to present our rendition of Haslet's 1st Delaware Regiment of the American Revolution! This regiment was one of the elite regiments of the early Continental army of 1776 Delaware's Role in the Revolutionary War First settled in 1638, controlled in succession by the Swedes, Dutch, and finally the English, Delaware was a thriving colony in the years before the American Revolution . The Maryland Society has placed a similar marker there The 1st Delaware Regiment would see combat for the first time at the Battle of Long Island on August 27, under the command of Brig. Gen. William Alexander, Lord Stirling. At Long Island, Maryland and Delaware troops were responsible for holding Gowanus Road, on the far right of the Continental Army line
Join us on Monday, November 13th, 2017 for a Revolutionary Lecture Series In 1776, Delaware declared independence from both England and Pennsylvania. Originally known as the Three Lower Counties of Pennsylvania, the First State was instrumental in the fight to form a new republic Book review: Revolutionary Delaware: Independence in the First State by Kim Rogers Burdick (History Press, November 2016) [BUY NOW ON AMAZON]There needs to be twelve more books just like this one. Only one for each colony will suffice. Kim Burdick has found a way to foster debate and discussion amongst Revolutionary War enthusiasts that resembles debates over sports teams Welcome to the First Continental Regiment of Foot. We are a Revolutionary War living history (reenacting) organization from Southeastern Pennsylvania, Delaware and Southern New Jersey. The recreated Regiment was organized in 1968 and our mission is to portray the First Pennsylvania Regiment during the Campaign of 1777 As part of Nevada City's 52nd Annual Constitution Day Parade and Celebration, the Delaware Regiment and Brigade of the American Revolution will set up a Revolutionary War encampment with soldiers, musicians, and civilians demonstrating infantry drill & musket firing, skirmishes, soldiers' uniforms and camp life, civilian clothing, sewing, book binding/paper making, weaving, spinning, surgery & medicine, and spirited fife & drum music Vol Reel 0380 - American Revolutionary War Service Records; Soldiers--United States--Registers - Delaware, First Battalion (New Castle County) Second Battalion, Militia Second Regiment, Militia Second Regiment (New Castle County), Militia: A -G: Compiled service records of soldiers who served in the American Army during the Revolutionary war
The initial uniform of the 1st Delaware Regiment was that of a short blue regimental coat faced with red facings and turnbacks. The coat length was slightly shorter than a normal regimental coat in 1776. After 1776, it appears that the coats were slightly longer with still red facings and turnbacks The 1st Delaware Infantry Regiment, later known as the 1st Delaware Veteran Infantry Regiment was a United States volunteer infantry regiment raised for Union Army service in the American Civil War.Part of the II Corps it served in the Eastern Theater of the American Civil War
1st Delaware Regiment. Stirling's Division | 1st Maryland Brigade | 1st Delaware Regiment History. Organized 13 January 1776 from Kent, Sussex and New Castle counties. Entered Valley Forge in May 1778 with 321 men assigned and 203 fit for duty 1st Delaware Regiment, Newark, DE. 1,467 likes · 38 talking about this. The 1st Delaware Regiment is a 501(c)3 nonprofit living history group... Additionally, she has been involved with fife and drum corps, Civil War reenacting, and Revolutionary War reenacting for over 40 years, underscoring her lifelong interest in American History. Mary was elected Treasurer of the 1st Delaware Regiment in February 2015 for a one year term, and again in 2016 for a three year term. Secretary - Jeff. The 1st Delaware Regiment and the Blue Hens date back to the American Revolution where the three lower counties on the Delaware river of Pennsylvania not only broke away from Great Britain, but.
The recreated First Maryland Regiment is an 18th Century living history organization dedicated to educating the public & ourselves of the life and times of the Continental Soldier and those around them. We do this through research, demonstrations, and leading the same lifestyle at living history events 1st Battalion Flying Camp (1776) In the American Revolutionary War, the Flying Camp was a military formation employed by the Americans in the second half of 1776. After the British evacuation of Boston in March 1776, General George Washington met with members of the Continental Congress to determine future military strategy First Legion makers of fine Napoleonic Wars, WWII, American War of Independence, American Civil War, Renaissance, Seven Years War, Medieval, Roman, Vietnam, Crusades, Ancient Greek, and Samurai painted toy soldiers, 40mm unpainted historical miniature wargaming figures, and 90mm figure kits. First Legion 1/35th Scale figure kits. Historically accurate and highly detailed figures for collectors.
The 1st Delaware Regiment, AKA Haslet's Delawares, was one of the first to be formed and grew to be one of the largest in the early stages of the war. At the battle of Camden,as a part of contingent of Continental regulars, men of the 1st Delaware courageously stood their ground, suffering heavy casualties Parade and encampment with the First Delaware Regiment : August 14-15 Ft. Roberdeau Revolutionary War Days - Altoona, PA in the first moments of the Revolutionary War, the First Maryland Militia set out from Annapolis for New York. Troops from both the Eastern and Western shores left behind family, friends, and property History The 1st Delaware Regiment was raised on 9 December 1775 for service with the continental army under the command of Colonel John Haslet. Over the next 240 years, the regiment would see action during the Revolutionary War, War of 1812, Civil War, World War I, World War II, and the Global War on Terrorism
U.S., Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900. This data collection contains an estimated 80,000 application files from officers and enlisted men who served in the Revolutionary War in all branches of the American military: army, navy, and marines Two months later at the Battle of White Plains, William Smallwood's 1st Maryland Regiment, along with regiments from New York and Delaware, reinforced Chatterton's Hill, covering the retreat of other troops across the Bronx River 1st Delaware Regiment, Newark, DE. 1,262 likes · 19 talking about this. The 1st Delaware Regiment is a 501(c)3 nonprofit living history group...
First Legion is extremely pleased to present our rendition of Haslet's 1st Delaware Regiment of the American Revolution! This regiment was one of the elite regiments of the early Continental army of 1776 The First Two Years of War (1776-1778): On January 17, 1776, six months before the Declaration of Independence, Robert Kirkwood (at age twenty) was commissioned a First Lieutenant in Col. John Haslet's Regiment of Light Infantry (fore-runner of the Delaware Continental Regiment)
The 1st Regiment Delaware Volunteer Infantry was a United States volunteer infantry regiment raised for Union Army service in the American Civil War. Part of the II Corps it served in the Eastern Theater of the American Civil War.1 1 Organisation and Remusterings 1.1 90-Day Volunteers 1.2 3-Years Volunteers 1.3 Veteran Volunteers 2 Service and engagements 2.1 1861 2.2 1862 2.3 1863 2.4 1864 2. The First Pennsylvania Regiment offers historically accurate recreations of the life and times of the Revolutionary War Soldier, by participating in re-enactments and living history events in the uniform of Gen. George Washington's Pennsylvania Riflemen of 1775-1777 Since the British continued to occupy New York City throughout the rest of the war, the First Hunterdon continued its service opposite Staten Island. In January 1781 the regiment was called out to go to Princeton when the Pennsylvania Continental Line mutinied. During the last few years of the war there were no major actions in New Jersey Sep 12, 2019 - List of regimental, company and militia units from Delaware in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War from 1775 to 1782, including infantry, cavalry and artillery units
Black Soldiers in the Revolutionary War. At dawn on June 17, 1775, British Gen. William Howe ordered fire on American forces three times and drove them northward across Bunker Hill. In this battle. At its website, one can read and download their entire catalog of thousands of reels of National Archives and Library of Congress microfilm, including not only all Revolutionary War and other American military-related films, but also the enormous body of data relating to all national censuses since the first of 1790. (In addition, Heritage. Colonel John Haslet's 1st Delaware Regiment was in General Stirling's Brigade and was considered one of the most well equipped and soldier-like of Washington's army. On Nov. 17 th , General Stirling's advance brigade of eight regiments, approximately 1,200 men, had arrived at New Brunswick, south of Newark, New Jersey, and on the road. Most of the Continental Army was disbanded after the Treaty of Paris ended the Revolutionary War in 1783. The 1st and 2nd Regiments went on to form the Legion of the United States in 1792 which later became the foundation of the United States Army in 1796. 1st Delaware Regiment (1776-1783) 1st Georgia Regiment (1775-1783) 2nd Georgia.
On the 1st Delaware Regiment (the historical reenactors): The 1st Delaware Regiment as a military regiment was the only group sent by the Delaware assembly to go fight in the Revolutionary War in 1776, and although it was small, they liked to claim that their men were as tough as Delaware blue hens War of 1812 Discharge Certificates Updated February 22, 2005 War of 1812 Discharge Certificates Appendix I: List of Units and Subunits Appendix II: List of Company/Detachment Commanders Appendix III: List of Soldiers by Name Appendix IV: List of Soldiers by Unit Appendix IV: List of Soldiers by Unit Legion of the United States Capt. Alexander Gibson's Co. Henry Blunt, Edwar Delaware. The Delaware Regiment: December of 1775. Assigned to the defense of the Chesapeake Bay, fought throughout the New York Campaign, Trenton, Princeton, Monmouth Court House, and Greene's Southern Campaign. Reorganized in 1777, 1778, and 1780. Georgia. 1st Georgia Regiment: November of 1775. East Florida Expeditions, Savannah, and. Return to Tennesseans in the Revolutionary War Tennessee Genealogical Records Repository The TNGenWeb Project ©2000 - present, TNGenNet, Inc. NOTICE: This Research Report has been provided for the free use of those engaged in non-commercial genealogical research. Any and all commercial use is strictly prohibited.Researchers are encouraged to copy and distribute this work freely, but with the. John, Shawany 1st Regiment Continental Troops (Pennsylvania) Private 5470 John, Shawnese 6th Pennsylvania Regiment Private 5471 Johns, Silas 4th New York Regiment Drummer 554
The 1st Canadian Regiment, an Extra Continental regiment, was raised by James Livingston to support Colonial efforts in the American Revolutionary War during the invasion of Quebec.Livingston recruited men from Chambly, Quebec as early as September 1775, but a formal regimental designation was made by Richard Montgomery on November 20, 1775, with recognition by the Second Continental Congress. Revolutionary War Militia Battalions and Companies colonels, lieutenant colonels, and majors were called to active duty in a specific order. For example, when the 1st Class was called up, the colonel of the 1st Battalion, the lieutenant colonel of the 2nd Battalion, and the major of the 3rd Battalion entered into service commanding the 1st. List of the revolutionary soldiers of Virginia. Special report of the Department of Archives and History for 1912 by Virginia State Library. Archives Division; Eckenrode, H. J. (Hamilton James), 1881 1st REGIMENT MASSACHUSETTS CAVALRY 1 national standard 1 state standard 1 regimental standard 1 national Among these are over 300 flags issued to regiments of infantry, cavalry, light battery and heavy artillery during the Civil War
Revolutionary War Reenactment Groups. Although, the American Revolutionary War lasted from 1775 to 1883 you don't need a time machine to experience what it was like. Most Reenactment activities take place in the northeast right where the war was actually fought. Don't be fooled into thinking reenacting is just for the military either BATTLE FOR THE DELAWARE RIVER IN THE AMERICAN 2 hours ago Revolutionarywarjournal.com Related Item . Construction of all chevaux that would span the Delaware River began at the opening of the war in 1775 and continued throughout 1776 by Philadelphia architect Robert Smith. Smith would continue the work on the defenses into 1777 but died on February 11 th George Washington (February 22, 1732 - December 14, 1799) was an American political leader, military general, statesman, and Founding Father of the United States, who served as the first president of the United States from 1789 to 1797. Washington led the Patriot forces to victory in the American Revolutionary War, and presided at the Constitutional Convention of 1787, which established the. Delaware Regiment at NY. Delaware Regiment Fighting Bravely at New York in 1776 (image courtesy the Delaware National Guard and the Delaware Military Heritage and Education Foundation) Thursday, December 14, 2017. Mount Vernon Memorial Park HERITAGE DAYS - Presidents Day Feb 19 Winter 2007, Vol. 39, No. 4 | Genealogy Notes By James P. Collins Enlarge Revolutionary War payroll of Delaware Indians. (War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Records, RG 93) Mentioning the U.S. military and American Indians together often brings to mind fierce and heart-wrenching battles between white soldiers and native warriors
George Washington Crossing the Delaware The Black Robed Regiment and the 2021 Army of the Republic. Who are the Black Robed Regiment? We are Christian clergy who recognize our heritage as spiritual/military leaders during the Revolutionary War era when America was founded, and our corresponding present-day duty to be pro-active stewards of civil government and culture The Cooch family is selling their historic home and ten acres of land surrounding to preserve the site of Delaware's only Revolutionary War battle in 1777. (Mark Eichmann/WHYY) As the British were marching towards Philadelphia in late summer 1777, General George Washington sent a unit of soldiers to delay the Redcoats advance by making a stand. Eastern Delaware County American Revolutionary War Veterans : Compiled by Suzanne Allen Photos of Markers by Polly Horn : Adams, Sergeant Abraham, 1755-1822, served in New Jersey Militia, buried in Harlem Cemetery cemetery marker Adams, Private David, 1761-1835, born in Sussex County, New Jersey, enrolled in militia in 1778, served in Captain Bonnal's Company in New Jersey, served several. The Delaware Regiment fought in nearly every campaign of the American Revolution. For a small state, Delaware's soldiers played a large role in the Revolution. Answering Congress' call, Delaware raised a regiment of 500-600 men by the summer of . . . — — Map (db m39712) H One of the iconic images of the Revolutionary War is Emanuel Gottlieb Leutze's 1851 painting, Washington Crossing the Delaware.. It is the night of December 25, 1776. The Continental Army is being transported across the Delaware River to attack a Hessian garrison at Trenton, New Jersey, some nine miles to the south
The same Delaware Continental Regiment fought in the Battle of the Brandywine in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, the largest engagement of the Revolutionary War. References State of Delaware: A Brief. Revolutionary War pension info - 1820. 1774 Committee from Chester - Continental Congress. Recollections of the Battle of Brandywine. Further reflections on the Battle of Brandywine. Proclaimed traitors to the US 1778. Chester County Revolutionary War reparation requests & reported losses. Uwchlan and the Revolutionary War Revolutionary war battles in delaware. 9 hours ago Messmatic.com Related Item . 1639 Map of Delaware Bay and River. Most of the free African-American families in Delaware before the Revolution had migrated from Maryland to find more affordable land. Overview of Revolutionary War.At the beginning of 1775, Pennsylvania, founded under Quaker auspices, differed from other American colonies in. Revolutionary War Militia Battalions and Companies Records, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, State Museum Building, 300 North Street, Harrisburg, Pa. Revolutionary War Collection, Delaware Public Archives, 121 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, North Dover, Del In July of 1778, the regiment was reassigned to the Highland's Department. In January 1779, merged with other units which transitioned into the new 11th Pennsylvania Regiment. The Delaware company would go onto to the 1st Delaware Regiment. Artillery Regiments in the Continental Arm
He was regarded as a leader in Chester County — serving in the Pennsylvania Legislature in 1774-1775. With the outbreak of war in 1775, Wayne raised a Regiment and was made its Colonel in 1776. He and his regiment were sent to Canada and at the Battle of Three Rivers he was wounded. His service resulted in his promotion to brigadier-general. The Battle of Camden was one of several devastating defeats suffered by the Americans in the early stages of the British military offensive in the South. After capturing Charleston in May 1780, British forces under General Charles Lord Cornwallis established a supply depot and garrison at Camden as part of their effort to secure control of the. William M Traylor, a Revolutionary War soldier. 1776--Rev War: Gen George Washington at Valley Forge was accompanied by Privates William Traylor Sr. and Jr. The army moved to the upper Delaware River. December 23 the VA 5th Volunteers crossed to scout the enemy positions; Dec 24 General Washington made his famous crossing, and was given. Sullivan detached for this purpose a Delaware regiment and Colonel Moses Hazen's mixed Canadian Regiment, the latter unit being divided to cover the two upper fords. The area north of Buffington's Ford on both sides of the Brandywine was the responsibility of the light horse under the general command of the Virginian Colonel Theodorick Bland
Return to Tennesseans in the Revolutionary War Tennessee Genealogical Records Repository The TNGenWeb Project ©2000 - present, TNGenNet, Inc. NOTICE: This Research Report has been provided for the free use of those engaged in non-commercial genealogical research. Any and all commercial use is strictly prohibited.Researchers are encouraged to copy and distribute this work freely, but with the. An historical inquiry concerning the attempt to raise a regiment of slaves by Rhode Island during the War of the Revolution. An historical sketch of Bradford, Mass., in the Revolution : (including East Bradford, now Groveland) Annals of Southwest Virginia, 1769-1800. Annals of southwest Virginia, 1769-1800 Outnumbered four to one, and nearly encircled, Stirling ordered the Delaware Regiment to make a fighting retreat. With colors flying they made an orderly withdrawal, and against great odds. The 13.5 oz wool is ideal for both summer and winter wear. The ribbing on the Revolutionary war (the American war of Independence) British redcoat is in white/off white tape - just as it was done at that time. The ( American war of Independence) British redcoat tunic top and skirt are both lined in wool. The edges of the ( American war of. Government Report 1836 Daniel Stoddard Col Webb's Regiment NJ Revolutionary War. $22.00 Details about Government Report 1836 John Hazlet Col Delaware Regiment 1777 Revolutionary War. Childrens Kids Books Lot 60 Early Beginning Readers Kindergarten First Grade. $36.99. $73.98 previous price $73.98. Free shipping
Colonial and Revolutionary War Flags (U.S.) U.S. Historical flags; United States of America. 1st Infantry Regiment; 1st Navy Jack; 1st Pennsylvania Rifles; 2nd Connecticut Regiment; 13 stripes,' while a bill found among the papers of the Governor of Delaware for 1783 includes 'a pieces of Green silk... for a Continental Flag' - this no. Publication Title: Revolutionary War Rolls, 1775-1783 Date Published: 1980 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS, 1775-1783 On the 138 rolls of this microfilm publication are reproduced muster rolls, payrolls, strength returns, and other miscellaneous personnel, pay, and supply records of American Army units, 1775-83
10/17/2016 African Americans in the Revolutionary War | The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History In the 1851 painting Washington Crossing the Delaware, artist Emanuel Leutze shows a Soldiers at the siege of Yorktown, including an African American soldier of the 1st Rhode Island Regiment, by JeanBaptisteAntoine DeVerger, 178 Labels: American Revolution Round Table Cooch's Bridge Revolutionary War Battle Delaware Heritage England FOHG Hale-Byrnes House La Grange Paoli Battlefield Historical Park 1st Delaware Regiment 30; 1st State BIKES 4; 2011 State House Bills 4; 2016 Delaware Economic Summit 2; 23rd Representative District Democratic Committee 28 This trunk explores the diversity of the men and women in the Continental Army and the historical context of the Revolutionary era through the stories of five characters: a Virginia Continental soldier, a Pennsylvania rifleman, a sailor from Marblehead, Massachusetts, an African American soldier from the First Rhode Island Regiment and a woman who followed [ French Revolutionary War (1793-1802) British Navy - Impress Service in Bristol Lieutenant WALSH in command of the Britannia. War of 1812 (1812-1814) Baker WALSH - 3rd Regiment (Dicksonson's) Virginia Militia. Daniel WALSH - Captain Bennett's Co., Artillery, Delaware Militia. Elijah WALSH - 1st Regiment (Davis') New Hampshire Militia
SC 1st Regiment: 1775 1779: 1778 1780: 6/17/1775, a Captain under Col. Christopher Gadsden. He resigned his commission on 7/20/1778. Returned to service in 1779 as Aide-de-Camp to Brig. Gen. William Moultrie. POW at the Fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780. Cattell, William: SC 1st Regiment: 1775: 177 REVOLUTIONARY WAR. Official Roster of Soldiers of the American Revolution - publ. 1929 - New 3/13/2016. Also Revolutionary Soldiers of the Forty Eight Pioneers who landed at the Mouth of the Muskingum, 7th of April, 1788. The Official Roster of the Soldiers in the American Revolution Buried in the State of Ohio On two occasions during the Revolutionary War, from December of 1776 until March of 1777 and again from September of 1777 to May of 1778, upon General Washington's orders, his medical officers commandeered a large, nearby communal building of the Moravian community, which founded Bethlehem in 1741, for use as a military hospital.
On Christmas night 1776, General Washington made his famous crossing of the Delaware River to attack the Hessians in Trenton. It was this maximum effort, that began a turning point in the Revolutionary War. The 3rd New Jersey Regiment Greys were happy to participate in the Crossing of the Delaware River in 2016 War weariness was starting to set in, but when invaded, the militia responded strongly. In September, they did turn out when the British made a large raid into Bergen county. Later in the war, in 1778, the NJ militia, in large numbers, delayed and harassed the British as they crossed the State before and during the Battle of Monmouth
1st Virginia Cavalry Regiment. Mustered into Virginia service for one year under the command of Acting Colonel J.H. Drake. Formed from companies of independent horse in the field at Harpers Ferry. Virginia. It was made up of 12 companies of men from the counties of Amelia, Augusta, Berkeley, Clarke, Frederick, Gloucester, Jefferson, Loudoun. The First Navy Jack Flag is one of the most well-known American Revolution Flags. It features 13 red and white horizontal stripes, the colonial snake emblem, which was a symbol of unity since the French and Indian War and the phrase Don't Tread On Me, a popular phrase during the Revolutionary War... Read more about the First Navy Jack Flag here The 1st Connecticut Volunteer Infantry Regiment formed in the earliest days of the war for three months service. It performed well in the Battle of Bull Run and maintained its discipline during the retreat. It even stayed on past the end of its enlistment packing up the camps and saving the equipment of other regiments The New Jersey Gazette of Jan. 14, 1778 wrote: A troop of dragoons in Bland's regiment, seldom having more than 25 men and horses fit for duty, has since the first of August last, taken 125 British and Hessian privates, besides four commissioned officers, with the loss of only one horse A return of the Field, Staff & other Commissioned Officers in the First New Hampshire Regiment from the 8th Day of November 1776 until the 1st January 1780. Noting the casualties that have happened during said term Appointed Officers Names Rank Remarks Nov 8, 1776 John Stark Col Resigned Mar. 23, 1777.— do Joseph Cilley
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