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Kern's Muster Roll - August 6, 1776

  Captain Nicholas Kern's Company Muster Roll

Frst Battallion of Associators Northampton, Pennsylvania
from Allentown, Moore, Lehigh, Chestnut Hill, and Towamensing Township
Flying Camp of Ten Thousand Men,
 
George Washington ( 1731/32  – 1799) was the commander-in-chief of the Continental Army during the American Revolution and first president of the United States (1789–1797).
name rank  
App, Michael    
Baagley, Peter Second Lieutenant  
Becker, John    
Becker, Lewis    
Beer, Enoch First Lieutenant  
Bell, John    
Blain, John    
Bloss, Conrad    
Booker, Peter    
Boshard, Michael    
Bourgher, Jacob    
Brynigh, John    
Criser, John sergeant  
Dickder, John Drummer  
Dieter, George    
Drum, Philip    
Dyse, Frederick    
Eckerd, George sergeant  
Everett, Jacob    
Ford, William    
Grove, Abraham    
Hausknecht, Jacob    
Hickman, Adam Fifer  
Iseman, George corporal  
Iseman, Jacob    
Ispel, William sergeant  
Johns, Henry corporal  
Kern, Nicholas captain  
Knaus, John sergeant  
Korn, Peter    
Korn, Philip    
Kressler, Nicholas    
Kurtz, John    
Lafer, Adam    
Lilly, Nicholas    
Mathes, Godfrey    
Michael Engel, corporal  
Miller, Jacob    
Moser, John    
Nagel, Frederick    
Oblinger, Nicholas    
Overthrow, Samuel    
Rivalet, John    
Road, Peter    
Rumage, Jacob    
Shantz, Stophel    
Shock, Jacob    
Shoemaker, Jacob    
Shoup, Abraham corporal  
Slegel, Frederick    
Sterner, Abraham    
Sterner, Nicholas    
Strole, John    
Strole, Nicholas    
Strole,Peter    
Swartz, Jacob    
Valentine, Phillip    
William Daniel, Ensign  

 

 

The American Revolutionary War (1775–1783) was between the Kingdom of Great Britain and the 13 colonies which became the newly formed United States.

The American Revolutionary War (1775–1783) was between the Kingdom of Great Britain and the 13 colonies which became the newly formed United States.

 


 
 
 

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