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Philip Hubbard military commission
Philip Hubbard's commission as Captain of a company in the 30th Regiment, commanded by Colonel Scamman, for the defense of American Liberty. Signed by John Hancock, President of the Continental Congress, and Charles Thompson, Secretary for the Continental Congress and dated 1 July 1775. Capt. Hubbard (1718-1792) was from South Berwick, ME and commanded a company that included six of his sons. Some evidence suggests he was at the Battle of Bunker Hill.
Henry Judson military commissions
Connecticut military commissions to Henry Judson.
Solomon Linsley, Jr. certificate
Ceritficate that the 4th Class of the Town of Litchfield have procured Solomon Linsley, Jr. to serve in the Continental Army in Col. Heman Swift's Regiment for three years; approved by Col. Bezaleel Beebe and addressed to Elihu Harrison, foreman of the 4th class. Certified by James Morris, Captain of the 2d Regiment Connecticut
Isaac Marsh military commission
Jonathan Law, Governor and commander in chief of the colony of Connecticut commissions Isaac Marsh as Quarter Master of the troop in the 13th Regiment. Signed in Hartford by J.Law and George Wyllys, secretary.
Andrew Perkins military commission
Connecticut military commission to Andrew Perkins appointed lieutenant in the Eighth Co. of the Alarm List in the 20th Regiment. Signed by Jonathan Trumbull, Captain General and Commander in Chief for the State of Connecticut.
John C. Randal military commission
John C. Randal is accepted as an Ensign in the 3rd Co. of the 18th Regiment of Infantry in the Connecticut Militia, to take rank on 23 Aug.1823. Signed at New Haven on 30 May 1824 by Oliver Wolcott, captain-general and commander in chief, in and over the State of Connecticut, and Thomas Day, Secretary.
Zebulon Rogers military commission
Oliver Wolcott, Captain-General and Commander in Chief in the State of Connecticut commissions Zebulon Rogers as Captain of the 4th Company in the Third Regiment of Conn. Militia. Signed in Hartford by Oliver Wolcott and Samuel Wyllys, Secretary.
Joseph Scovil papers
Elisha Sill family papers
Eli Smith military commission
Connecticut military commission for Eli Smith as Lieutenant in the10th company of the 17th Regiment. Signed by Jonathan Trumbull, Captain-general and commander in chief of the State of Connecticut. Signed at New Haven, 24 Oct. 1783.
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