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Return of North Carolina artificers at Halifax
Long, Nicholas, ca. 1726-1797
August 23, 1781
Volume 15, Pages 619-620

RETURN FROM COL. LONG OF ARTIFICERS AT HALIFAX, AUGUST 23, 1781.

Armourers:
David Arnold,
12 Months
1
John Coleman,
12 do
2
George Dilliard,
12 do
3
Blacksmiths:
Levi Guthree,
12 do
4
Samuel Weldon,
12 do
5
Gabriel Long,
12 do
6
Samuel Williams,
12 do
7
Gun Stockers:
John Fitz. Garrold,
12 do
8
Jesse Lane,
Continental
9
Peter Roberson,
12 Months
10
Thomas Neal,
3 ditto
11
Wagon Makers:
James Fawcitt,
12 Months
12
Richd. Thompson,
12 do
13
James Amis,
Continental
14
Timber Gitters for Wagons, Gun Stocks, &c.:
Zacariah Dillard,
12 Months
15
Isham Scott,
12 do
16
William Curlew,
3 do
17
Jesse Rowan,
3 do
18
John Barrot,
12 do
19
Canteen Makers:
Joshua Jones,
12 Months
20
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Joshua Gammon,
12 do
21
Henry Overstreet.
12 do
22
Shoe Makers to furnish Shoes clear of Expence to the Public:
William Travathan,
240 pair in 12 Months
23
Thomas Bird,
240 do do
24
Robert Thompson,
240 do do
25
James Turner,
240 do do
26
James Carlisle,
60 3 do
27
John Knight,
60 3 do
28
Willis Halyon.
60 3 do
29
Saddlers, Cap Makers, Harness ditto, &c.:
William Stephinson, Superintendent hired 12 months
30
Thomas Collom,
12 Months
31
Thomas Tuchor,
12 do Invalid
32
Joseph Hawkins,
12 do Invalid
33
William Watson,
12 do
34
David Pugh,
3 Months
35
John Hews,
3 do
36
William Sikes.
12 do Delinquent
37
Taylors:
George Ware, 2 years to serve enlisted as a Taylor
38
Nickolas Bryant,
12 Months
39
Benj. Bell,
12 do
40
Joel Wooten, to furnish the Public with 60 Hatts for 3 Months Tour duty
41
William Campbell, blacksmith, he says his time is Expired some time ago
42
Thomas Hines, Express rider 12 months
43
NICHOLAS LONG, D. Q. M. Gl.

There may be some more who have agreed to serve a Tour of duty but they are not yet come in.