Revolutionary War Association Test
Town of Dunbarton
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WE, the Subscribers, do hereby solemnly engage, and promise, that we will, to the utmost of our Power, at the Risque of our Lives and Fortunes, with ARMS, oppose the Hostile Proceedings of the British Fleets, and Armies, against the United American COLONIES.
Thomas Caldwell Thomas Huse James Clement Danel Storry John Jameson Hesekiah Colby Samuel Kelly Edward Presbe Amos Emery Caleb Page Enoch Sargent Henery Poudney John Holms Nathan Burnam John Marill Asa Putney John Hogg Sargent Colbey Philip Wells John Church David Hardey Plomer Wheeler James Stewart Stephen Wheeler Moses Colbey Isaac Cheney Richard Greenough David Favour Jacob Chesamor Caleb Page, Juner. James McCalley John Gould David Story Samuel Burnam Stephen Ayer Abel Sargent Noah Sargent James Gray Theos Goodwin Jereh Page William Holms Thomas Hoyt James Alexander Thomas George Asa Burnam William Page Enoch Sargent Zebulun Getchel Israel Clifford Benjamin Putmen Thomas Mills William Wheeler Saml Allison Archabel Stinson Samuel Stuart George Hogg Jonathan Stevens Hugh Jemeson Jacob Colbey Dunbarton Nov ye 25, 1776
The under Written Names Ware those who had the ofer to Signe and Refused.
Willam Stark Stephen Palmer Robat Hogg Abraham Burnum David Hogg William Stinson John Stinson James Hogg John Solter John McCordey Jeremiah Page } Select men John Hogg } for Dunbarton
Source: "Miscellaneous Revolutionary Documents of New Hampshire, Vol. 30 State Papers Series", Albert Stillman Batchellor Litt. D, Editor of State Papers, Manchester, NH Printed for the State by the John B. Clarke Co. 1910.