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Report by Thomas Donoho concerning prisoners and guards
Donoho, Thomas
July 14, 1781
Volume 15, Page 532

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REPORT OF THE DIFFERENT GUARDS IN CAMP NEAR SAULSBURY JULY 14TH, 1781.
Prisoners Names
Regt.
Compy.
By whom confined
Causes
Nights Confined
Advance Guard
Willis Hoges
N. Etons Corps
Col. Ashe
Desertion
4
Thos. Harrison
do
do
do
4
Wm. Bynam
do do do
4
Jno Strickland
do
do
do
4
Calib Raiford
do
do
do
4
Marmaduke Strickley
do
do
do
4
James Hodge
do
do
do
4
Theophales Mitchel
do
do
do
4
Willis Howard
do
do
do
4
Wilson Howard
do
do
do
4
Luke Dempsey
3d N. Regt.
Capt. Ramsey
Desertion & found in arms with the Enemy
41
Rear Guard
Darbey Crowley
F. N. (?)
Genl. Sumner
Desertion
13
Caleb Ewell
Maj. Blount
Insolence & wilfull breaking a pot
Wm. Kenney
Capt. Donoho
Insolence to serjint
Partrick Kelley
Adjt. Steed
Absint on parade. Insolence to serjint

Detail of the advance Guard,—Parole Huger—1 Sub. 2 Sergt. 2 Corpl. 28 privates. Centries by day 9, by night 10.—Countersign Lamb.

Detail Rear Guard—1 Sub. 1 sergt. 2 Corpls. 24 privates, Parole Huger Countersn. Lamb. Centries by day 9, by night 10.

General's Guard Centries by day 3, by night 3.

Nothing Particular since Guard Mounted.

THOS. DONOHO, Capt. of the day.