CAPTAIN JOHN BLAIR
Was appointed Lieutenant in Colonel Harrison's Artillery
January 13, 1777, was promoted to Captain, and was mortally
wounded at the battle of Camden, and died August 18, 1780. His
heirs received 4000 acres of land from Virginia.
ENSIGN WILLIAM B. BUNTING
Was commissioned as ensign in the 9th Virginia Regiment February
14, 1776, and died in service April 1, 1777. His heirs received
land from Virginia.
LIEUTENANT DANIEL BEDINGER,
Of the Virginia Line on Continental establishment, and entered
the service in July, 1776, and continued in actual service till the
dismission of the army in South Carolina in 1783.
REV. JOHN CORDELL
Was appointed Chaplain of the 11th Virginia Regiment
February 15, 1777, and served to January 1, 1779, and was
allowed 6000 acres of land by the Slate of Virginia.
MAJOR MATTHEW DONOVAN,
Of the 9th Virginia Regiment, died in service in 1777. His heirs
were allowed 6893 acres of land by the State of Virginia.
CAPTAIN JAMES DAVIS,
Of the Virginia Line, was appointed August 7, 1776, and became
supernumerary September 30, 1778.
MAJOR EDMUND DICKINSON,
Of the Virginia Line, was appointed Captain in 1776, became
Major by promotion, and was killed at the battle of Monmouth
June 28, 1778. His heirs received 5333 1/2 acres of land from the
State of Virginia.
LIEUTENANT HENRY FIELD,
Of the Virginia Line, was appointed Lieutenant in the 8th
Regiment January 26, 1776, and resigned August 3, 1776. He
was allowed 2666 2/3 acres of land by the State.
LIEUTENANT THOMAS GORDON,
Of the Maryland Line, was appointed February 20, 1777, and
resigned July 1, 1778.
SURGEON DAVID GOULD
Was a Surgeon of the General Hospital, and served from September
8, 1777, to July 11, 1781.
LIEUTENANT JOSEPH HOLD,
Of the Virginia Line, was appointed in the 10th Regiment
January 12, 1777, and resigned April 1, 1778. He was allowed
2666 2/3 acres of land by the State.
CAPTAIN REUBEN LIPSCOMB,
Of the Virginia Line, was appointed in the 3d Regiment November
28, 1776, and died in service October 3, 1778. His heirs
received 4000 acres of land from the State.
CAPTAIN THOMAS H. LUCKETT,
Of Colonel Rawlings Riflemen, attached to Colonel Morgan's
Virginia Rifiemen, received 5500 acres of land from the State of
Virginia for a service of eight years and four months. He
served to the end of the war and received "commutation."
BRIGADE-MAJOR DANIEL LEET
Acted as Quartermaster from January 1, 1777, to October 1,
1777, and as Paymaster from this latter date to September 21,
1778, then as Brigade-major for three months, to December 21,
1778. He received 5333 1/2 acres of land from the State of Virginia.
CAPTAIN JONATHAN LANGDON,
Of the Virginia Line, was commissioned as Captain in the 12th
Regiment September 30, 1776, and resigned November 14, 1776.
as appears among the Washington Papers in the department of
CAPTAIN AMBROSE MADISON,
Of the Virginia Line, served in the 3d Regiment as Paymaster
from February 1, 1777, to August 1, 1778, and as Captain of the