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Return of Jethro Sumner's detachment of the Continental Army
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June 11, 1777
Volume 11, Page 729

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A Morning Report of Colonel Summer's Detachment June 11th, 1777.

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F. Offic'rs
C. Officers.
Staff Offic'rs.
Non Comm'd Officers.
Rank and File.
Companies.
Colonel.
Lieut. Col.
Captains.
Lieuten'ts.
Ensigns.
Chaplain.
Adjutant.
Surgeon.
Qr. Master.
Serg't. Maj'r.
Qr. M'r. Serg't.
Drum Maj.
Sergeants.
Drummers.
Fifers.
Fit for Duty.
Sick.
Prisoners.
Offis Servts.
C. C. Prisoners.
Total.
Capt'ns.
Armstrong's
1
3
2
7
1
31
3
2
3
0
38
Harriss's
1
1
1
7
1
36
6
1
43
Doherty's
1
1
1
1
1
9
1
27
2
1
7
1
38
Ramsey's
1
3
1
6
4
1
26
2
2
1
31
Fifer's
1
9
9
Total
1
1
5
8
3
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
29
6
2
129
13
3
12
3
160

Nichs Minora Deserted yesterday morning from Guard of Capt. Harriss's Compy

James Watson, Capt. Harriss's Company, at Burden Town sick.

Bernd Fowler, 1st Sergt. in Philadelphia sick.

Wm. McEntire of Capt Doherty's Compy at Burden Town sick.