1782 WASHINGTON CO, PA  and 1783 below



HERMON B FAGLEY wrote:

Pennsylvania Archives, Series VI, Vol 2, pp 7, 8, 11-13, 217

1782—First Battalion, Washington County. Recruited in the vicinity of
Fort Jackson, present day Waynesburg.
James Archer, Captain
John Fee, Lieutenant
David White, Ensign
John Gray, Sergeant
John Bryan, Sergeant
Stephen Styles/? Stiles, Sergeant
PRIVATES
Daniel Estill, William Cathers, Francis Feurt, James Bradford, Joseph
Archer, Nathan Hughes, Philip Newland, Ezekiel Morris, Thomas Reinhart,
Hezekiah Stewart, Henry Huffman,   Sebastian Sroufe     (?Crouse/ Roupe),
William
Wells, Lot Leonard, Barnet Rinehart, George Nott (?Knotts),    John
Thrasher,
Joseph Reinhart, James Stewart,     John Jones,    William Inghram,
Alexander
Moore, Thomas Slater, Daniel Stewart, Arthur Inghram, Israel White,
Simeon
Archer,     Jacob Sellars    , Richard Morris, James Eagon,    Richard
Jackson   , Robert
Gorrel, David White, James Potter, David Owens, John Wiley, John Ankrom,
James Prickett,     Rolin Hughes, Micheal Archer, Richard Stewart, John
Reinhart, John Hathaway,      George Sellars,       William Carrol,
George Fee, Thomas
Fee,      Clifton Bowen,    Samuel Miranda,     David Gray,     Leonard Sellars,    George Lemley, Peter Dailey, John Pursel (?Pursley), William James, Samuel
Hathaway, Elisha Wiley, John Burns, Barnet Eagon
Penna Archives, Series VI, Vol 2, pp17


1782 - First Battalion, Washington County.  Recruited in Whiteley and
Greene Townships (now Greene County).  A few from Dunkard.

JOHN GUTHREY, Captain
Eleazer Clegg, Lieutenant
Ricahrd Dotson, Sergeant (Dollison?)
Gideon Long, Ensign
John Roberts, Sergeant
Mathew Hanon/?Hennen, Sergeant

Privates: Baley Johnson, Ess Davis, John McMahon, Richard Pain, Nathaniel
Kidd, John Clawson, David Flowers, Augustine Dillener, James Long, John
Long, Zebidee Lee, John Six/?Sykes, Nathan Curry, John Pettyjohn, William
Notts, Charles McDowel, Solomon Hobbs, Thomas Flowers, Francis Hannah,
Peter Yoho, John Evans Jr, Noah Long, Charles Scobey, Samuel Dutton,
Jeremiah Long, Isaac Bozarth, Samuel Evans, William Masters, Micheal
Swope,
Thomas Provence, William Hannah, William McCoy, John Brown, Benjamin
Notts,
Eliel Long, Henry Yoho, Aaron Jenkins, Elias Stone, David Long, John
Douglas, William Robinson, Zachariah Evans, Henry Baker, Levi Hand,
Benjamin Sutton, John Seryer/?Sayer, Jeremiah Williams, Daniel Rinehart,
George Evans, John Notts/ ?Knotts, Daniel Notts, Thomas Douglass
"NOTE--These men also served tours with Captain John Guthery:  Samuel
Swindler, Cecil Davis, John Minor, and John Shipman".
Reference:  Penna Archives, Series VI, Vol. 2, pp. 18 - 19, pp. 271.

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1782, First Battalion, Washington Co.  Recruited near Fort Lindley. Near
present Greene County line.
John Miller, Captain
Cornelius Miller, Lieutenant
John Lindley, Sergeant
Henry Dickerson, Ensign
Gideon Dickerson, Sergeant
John Goble, Sergeant
Ephraim Bates, Sergeant
John Gwynne, Drummer

Edward McVay, Zenas Lindley, Abraham Fordyce, Thomas Reynolds, George
Atkinson
Ye first
James Tucker, Caleb Dille, Price Dille, Nathan Bane, Abram Hathaway,
GeorgeAtkinson 2d, David Johnson, Benjamin McVay, John Carmicheal, Daniel
Axtell,
James Hunter, Caleb Goble, Peter Hanks, Abram Lindley, Jacob Whosong,
Timothy Ryan, Lawrence Craft, Ebeneezer Goble, Leonard Love, Patrick
Allison, Francis Griffing, James Guffey, Dennis Carhill, Isaac McVay,
Thomas Sargent, Stephen Carter, Stephen Sanders, Elihu Sanders, Thomas
Axtell, Samuel Dille, Benjamin Goble, Daniel Parkhurst, James Johnson,
Israel Dille, Noah Cook, Stephen Cook, John Whitten, Richard Hathaway,
Samuel Craig, Ebeneezer Osborn, George Carter, Richard Lee, Isaac Dille,
Joseph Bane, Caleb Lindley, Benjamin Rickey, Joseph Lindley, Jacob
Whosong
Jr, Abel Cook, David Dille, John Dille, Benjamin Royce, John Miller,
AndrewSheardine, John McVay, Thomas Craig, Nathan Hathaway, Joseph Pipes,
Thomas
Grim, William Craft, James Draper, Moses Williams, Jesse Bane, John Ryan,
Jacob Rude, Daniel Veon, Joseph Col /?Call, Conrad Whosong, Benjamin
Frazee, Jabez Baldwin, Daniel Dodd, Mathew Golden, Ellis Bane, Daniel
Crayne, Lewis Wright, Richard Sargeant, Daniel Lindley, Isaac Bane
Pennsylvania Archives, Series VI, Vol 2, pp 7, 8, 11-13, 217

1782—First Battalion, Washington County. Recruited in the vicinity of
Fort
Jackson, present day Waynesburg.
James Archer, Captain
John Fee, Lieutenant
David White, Ensign
John Gray, Sergeant
John Bryan, Sergeant
Stephen Styles/? Stiles, Sergeant
PRIVATES
Daniel Estill, William Cathers, Francis Feurt, James Bradford, Joseph
Archer, Nathan Hughes, Philip Newland, Ezekiel Morris, Thomas Reinhart,
Hezekiah Stewart, Henry Huffman, Sebastian Sroufe (?Crouse/ Roupe),
William
Wells, Lot Leonard, Barnet Rinehart, George Nott (?Knotts), John
Thrasher,
Joseph Reinhart, James Stewart, John Jones, William Inghram, Alexander
Moore, Thomas Slater, Daniel Stewart, Arthur Inghram, Israel White,
Simeon
Archer, Jacob Sellars, Richard Morris, James Eagon, Richard Jackson,
Robert
Gorrel, David White, James Potter, David Owens, John Wiley, John Ankrom,
James Prickett, Rolin Hughes, Micheal Archer, Richard Stewart, John
Reinhart, John Hathaway, George Sellars, William Carrol, George Fee,
Thomas
Fee, Clifton Bowen, Samuel Miranda, David Gray, Leonard Sellars, George
Lemley, Peter Dailey, John Pursel (?Pursley), William James, Samuel
Hathaway, Elisha Wiley, John Burns, Barnet Eagon
Penna Archives, Series VI, Vol 2, pp17
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Penna Militia 1782 First Battalion, Washington County. Recruited Castile
Run.
Andrew Ferley (?Fairley), Captain
James Blackburn, Lieutenant
Samuel Coll (?Call), Clerk
Andrew Cox, Sergeant
David Leonard, Sergeant
Joseph Line (?Linn), Sergeant
 PRIVATES
James Milligan, Micheal Cox Jr, Joseph Roberts, Jacob Meek, Richard
Hardesty, James Baily,
Jacob Need, Frederick Arnold, John Roberts, Jesse Jackson, Peter Benham,
Jesse Leonard, Joseph Linsecum, Solomon Grooms, John Stull, Thomas
Kelsey,
Andrew Kees, John Line (?Linn), Jacob Jackson, John Messmore, William
Jones, John Blackburn, Thomas Fowler, Micheal Cox, John Hegle,
Christopher
Gayman, Henry Fix, John Miller, Elisha Morris, James Wright, Caleb
Linsecum, John Wright, Thomas Ishmael, Edmund Manning, William Grooms,
Isaac Meek, Phineas McCray, Daniel Arnold, Jeremiah Meek, Thomas Kelsey,
Philip Fox, Thomas Humphreys, John Lowrey, Samuel McCray, John Goodwin,
Nathan Meek, Hugh Kees, John Bryant, William Line (?Linn), Samuel Line
(?Linn), George Miles, John Moore, Tych Rose (?Tichenor Rose), Daniel
Gayman, Benjamin Daniels, Thomas Hill, Tobias Moore, Daniel Arnold, Miles
Heaton, Alexander Jackson, Nathan Kelley, Henry Enoch
Also:
Jeremiah Sargent, John Bradford, Adam Bowen, Micheal Bowen, Daniel
McFarland
Penna Archives, Series VI, vol 2 pp 9

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Subject:  Unidentified subject!

 

 

Com's made out and dated 1st day of May, 1783.

 

(17)

COUNTY OF WASHINGTON.  

 

(c.) CLASS ROLL CAPT. JAS. ARCHER'S COMPY [Current Greene Co,very sw Pa]

 

Capt.

Jas. Archer. one of the Archer's settled up White Oak north of New

Hope,now Brown

Co,Oh with Shrofe,Vincent Brown,Wardlow, Zumwalt,etc

 

Lieut.

John Fee.       Fee City  [Felicity]   Fee Town [Nicholsville

 

Ensn.

Davd. White.

 

Serjt.

Jno. Gray.

Jno. Bryan.

Stephen Hyles. Hiles or is it Hiler?

 

1st Class.

Danl. Eston.

Wm. Cathers.

Francis Fort.

Jas. Bradford.

Wm. Ingram.

Alexr. Moore.

Thos. Slater.

 

2nd Class.

Joseph Archer.

Nathan Hughes.

Philip Newlan.

Ezekiel Morris.

Danl. Stewart.

Arthur Ingram.

Israel White.

Simeon Archer.

 

3d Class.

Thos. Reinhart.

Hezekiah Stuart.

Henry Hufman.

Sebastian Sroufe.  White Oak

Jacob Sellers.

Richd. Morris.

Jas. Eagon.

 

4th Class.

Wm. Wells.

Lot. Leonard.

Barnet Reinhart.

Geo. Nott.

Richd. Jackson. fort at Waynesville,Greene Co,Pa

Robt. Gorrel.

David White.

 

2-Vol.  II-6th Ser.

 

 

(18)

ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA.

 

5th Class.

Jno. Thrasher.

Joseph Reinhart.

Jams. Stewart.

John Jones.

Jams. Potter.

Davd. Owens.

Jno. Wiley.

 

6th Class.

Jno. Ankrom.

Jas. Prichet.

Rolin Hughes.

Michl. Archer.

Saml. Merandy.

Davd. Gray.

Leonard Sellers.

Geo. Lemley.

 

7th Class.

Richd. Stuart.

Jno. Reinhart.

John Hathway.

Geo. Sellers.

Petter Delay.

Jno. Pursel.

Wm. James.

 

8th Class.

Wm. Carrel.

Geo. Fee.

Thos. Fee.

Clifton Bower.

Saml. Hathway.

Elisha Wiley.

Jno. Burns.

Barnet Eagon.

 

 

CAPTN. JNO. GUTHREY'S CLASS ROLL. (c.)

 

Captain.

John Guthrey.

 

Lieut.

Elizear Clegg.

 

Ensign.

Gideon Long.

 

Serjts.

1st. Mathw. Hanon.

2nd. Richd. Dotson.

3rd. John Roberts.

 

 

(19) COUNTY OF WASHINGTON.   

 

 

Privates.

First Class.

Baley Johnson.

Ess Davis.

Jno. McMahon.

Jno. Evans, Junr.

Noah Long.

Charles Scobey.

 

Second Class.

Richd. Pain.

Nathanl. Kidd.

John Closson.

Saml. Dutton.

(mutilated.)

Isaac Bozorth.

 

Third Class.

David Flowers.

Augustian Dilenger.

Jams Long.

Saml. Evans.

Wm. Masters.

Michael Swope.

 

Fourth Class.

John Long.

Zebidee Lee.

John Six.

Thos. Province.

Wm. Hannah.

Wm. McCoy.

 

Fifth Class.

Nathan Currey.

Jno. Peteyjohn.

Wm. Netts.

Charles McDowel.

(Mutilated.)

Benjn. Netts.

Eliel Long.

 

Sixth Class.

Solomon Hobbs.

Thos. Flowers.

Francis Hannah.

Peter Yoho.

Henry Yoho.

Aaron Jenkins.

Elias Stone.

 

Seventh Class.

David Long.

Jno. Douglas.

Wm. Robinson.

Geo. Evans.

Jno. Seryer.

Jeremiah Williams.

Danl. Kinehart.

 

Eighth Class.

Zaca. Evans.

Henry Baker.

Levi Hand.

(Mutilated.)

Thos. Douglas.

Jno. Notts.

Danl. Notts.

 

 

(20)  ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA.

 

(c.) PROVENCE OF PENSYSVANIEA WORSHENTON

COUNTY MORGAIN TOWNSHIP ATTEND LIST OF THIS

DESTRICK.

 

Captain.

Benjamin Stits.

 

Lieutenant.

Elijah Mills.

 

Insign.

William lee.

 

Sergent.

1st. Marthew gray.

2nd. Joseph Mills.

3rd. Jeams bell.

 

Privates.

First Class.

philip Varvell.

John Gray.

Robert timmons.

Jacob Rush.

rubin Ross.

paul Brown.

Wm. Bonner.

 

Second Class.

Benjamin ginnings.

Ebenezer brown.

Jeames Moris.

John Mills.

Jacob Smitlte.

Elijah Stits.

 

Third Class.

William hartley:

Silas Crane.

Rubin purkins.

Samuell house.

John Veach.

henry ginings.

Andw. Gray.

 

Fourth Class.

Amos Leonard.

John Raws.

John Martan.

Eleven timons.

John Makkinea.

Elishea purkens.

Jeams guner.

 

Fifth Class.

William Wright.

Nathanell Bell.

William Rusk.

Samuell Seals.

Jeams parker.

thomas weekley.

John Casteel.

 

 

 

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sept 14, 2007

1782 Isaac Sellers Washington Co. PA Militia Letter 1.jpg

1782 Isaac Sellers Washington Co. PA Militia Letter 2.jpg

   I believe I promised the two attached item a good while back if and when I was able to locate them.  Before I had no luck locating same, but in searching for another item I came across the “mis-filed!”  If memory serves he was forted up in Beaver County, PA during a big Indian attack.  I checked on him presuming he may be Isaac Sollers/Sollars who lost his life to Indians in 1789 while out hunting near Washington, KY.  He had property in the Pittsburg area which he kept when moving his family into Kentucky to advance their holdings.  In my mind it is still up in the air as to whether this is my subject or the Isaac Sellers we discussed way back when who was in the same vicinity during that period. 

   Looking forward to your reply.

 

Bob

 

Robert C. Sollars

4715 Center Way

Eugene, OR 97405

1-541-343-2071

rcsollars@comcast.net

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I haven't found any proof that the Washington Co., PA Isaac Sellers was my
ancestor who was in Harrison Co., KY. There was also an Isaac Sellers who
served in Capt.. James Wright's company of "Youghegenia meletia" (Westmoreland
Co., PA) in 1778 and 1779. My Isaac's whereabouts from 1776, when mentioned in
his father's will in Cumberland Co., PA to his appearance in the 1791 Woodford
Co., KY census is unknown. Isaac's brothers, Samuel and John, were in
Westmoreland Co., PA by 1778.

I had suspected that Isaac and his family could have been captured at
Ruddell's Station in 1780 when his brother, John, was captured, but there are no
records to indicate this other than one captive later relating to Lyman Draper
that "a family of Sellers" were captured at the station. Lt. John Sellers
escaped soon after capture and I doubt he would have done this if his family was
also captured.

Still looking for clues.

Jim
Jsellars3@aol.com

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