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Arnold Collection

Rhode Island Officers

Of The War of The Revolution

Killed, Died of Disease, or Pensioned.

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	In the General Assembly Proceedings, February, 1786, is
given a list of the officers died of disease, killed, or pensioned. Mr.
Joseph J. Smith in his "Civil and Military Lists" has inserted this
list as recorded in the original record (see his lists, pages 443-444)
In the list following we have arranged the same in alphabetical
order so the reader can the more readily comprehend the names
there given.

Allen, Lieutenant Noah, killed on Harlem Heights, Sept. 16, 1776

Arnold, Captain Thomas, loss of right leg at Monmouth, June 28, 1778

Box, Brigade-Major Daniel, left arm useless at Neshamany Ferry, Pa., Dec., 1776

Carpenter, Captain-Lieutenant Benajah, killed before Long Island, Aug. 27, 1776

Flagg, Major Ebenezer, killed, Pion's Bridge, N.Y., May 14, 1781

Greene, Colonel Christopher, killed, Pion's Bridge, N.Y., May 14, 1781

Jenckes, Lieutenant Oliver, died of Fever, Philadelphia, Feb. 3, 1782

Jenning, Lieutenant William, died of Small Pox, Valley Forge, May 25, 1778

Johnson, Lieutenant David, died of fever on Rhode Island, Nov. 22, 1780

Medbury, Ensign Hezekiah, died of Small pox at Coventry, May 17, 1777

Mumford, Adjutant Augustus, killed before Boston, Aug. 28, 1775

Shaw, Captain Sylvanus, killed before Red Bank, Del., Oct. 22, 1777

Thomas, Ensign John, drowned in attempt to burn enemy's ships, Aug., 1776

Waterman, Lieutenant John, died of small pox, Valley Forge, April 20, 1778

Wickes, Lieutenant Nathan, killed before Monmouth, June 18, 1778


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