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Report by Reading Blount concerning North Carolina officers in the Continental Army
Blount, Reading, 1757-1807
November 10, 1782
Volume 16, Pages 664-666

ROSTER OF COMPANY OFFICERS, NOV. 10, 1782.

The Board of Officers convened by order of Lt. Col. Lytle are of Opinion the following Officers are intitled to commands in the No. Carolina Line from their Rank, viz:

Captains.
Lieutenants.
1. Raiford,
1. Campen,
2. Dixon,
2. Clendenen,
3. Hall,
3. Gerrard,
4. Coleman,
4. Bush,
5. Fenner,
5. Ivey,
6. Read,
6. Chs. Dixon,
7. Rhodes,
7. Saunders,
8. Sharp,
8. Clark,
9. Wm. Armstrong,
9. Campbell,
10. Dixon Marshall,
11. Graves,
12. Shaw,
13. Pasteur,
14. Tatum,
15. Hays,
16. Ford,
17. Hargrave,
18. Finny.

The following is an arrangemennt of the Remdr. of the Captains and Subs, belonging to the line agreeable to rank.

Captains.
Lieutenants.
10. Ballard,
19. Slade,
11. Ingles,
20. Lawrence,
12. T. Armstrong,
21. N. Williams,
13. Craddock,
22. Ashe,
14. Carter,
23. Dudley,
15. Summers,
24. Rd. Fenner,
16. Bradley,
25. Croutcher,
17. Montfort,
26. Lamb,
18. Mills,
27. Jas. Moore,
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19. Lytle,
28. Holmes,
20. Yarborough,
29. Wynne Dixon,
21. Hadley,
30. Hill,
22. Callender,
31. Jos. Brevard,
23. Alex Brevard,
32. Alexander,
24. Stewart,
33. Bell,
25. Fawn,
34. Steed,
26. Evans,
35. Scurlock.
27. Walton,
28. Bacot,
29. Bailey,
30. Daves,
31. Jones,
32. Moore,
33. Jn. Read,
34. Pearl,
35. Budd,
36. McNees.

That if any Officer nominated to a Command Agreeable to rank, do not serve but is permitted to retire by Exchange, or quit the Service the next Senior Officer as here Arranged shall be call’d into the Service. And as a Number of Officers intitled to Command in the line are absent on duty, and others are prisoners of War, it is Necessary to nominate the following Officers present to do duty, until the proper Officers can take Commd. on the foregoing principles.

Captains.
Mills
To
Dixon’s Co.
Lytle
Coleman’s.
Hadley
Fenner’s.
Carter
Jas. Read’s.
Brevard
Rhodes’.
Evans
Wm. Armstrong’s.
Lieutenants.
Slade
Vice
Clendennen, Prisoner.
Rd. Fenner
Chs. Dixon.
Holmes
Marshal.
Wynne Dixon
Shaw.
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Hill
Tatum, Prisoner.
Jos. Brevard
Hays.
Alexander
Hargraves.

The Surplus will be Continued as at present.

R. BLOUNT, Major,
President.

Camp Ashley Hill, Nov. 10th, 1782.