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PENNSYLVANIA IN THE WAR OF THE REVOLUTION,
BATTALIONS AND LINE, 1775-1783. VOLUME I. Page 15.
EDITED BY JOHN BLAIR LINN & WILLIAM H. EGLE, M.D. (C)1880
ROLL OF CAPTAIN JAMES CHAMBERS' COMPANY.
[Enlisted in that part of Cumberland which is now Franklin county.]
Chambers, James, promoted lieutenant colonel, March 7, 1776.
Grier, James, from first lieutenant, March 7, 1776.
Grier, James, promoted captain, vice Chambers, March 7, 1776.
McConnell, Matthew, from second lieutenant, March 7, 1776.
McConnell, Matthew, promoted first lieutenant, March 7, 1776.
Buchanan, Thomas, commissioned June 25, 1775.
Johnston, Andrew, from private.
Beatty, Thomas, enlisted June, 1775; reenlisted in First Penn'a, July, 1776.
Carson, Benjamin, enlisted June, 1775; reenlisted First Penn'a.
Chambers, Benjamin, brother of Capt. James, promoted second lieutenant Xagel's company, January 5, 1776.
Chambers, Benjamin, son of Capt. James, resided in Saline county, Missouri, in 1832, aged seventy-two.
Chambers, Williams, brother of Capt. James.
Johnston, Andrew, promoted sergeant.
McMurtrie, John " December 1, 1775, John McMurtrie, of Capt.
Chambers' company, killed John Penn by his rifle going off
when he says he did not know it was loaded." Wright's Journal.
Mason, Thomas, discharged May 31, 1776.
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