Lewis, Morgan (1737-1784) Muster Roll of Captain Joshua Bragdon's Company, in the 30th Regiment of Foot, commanded by Colonel James Scammon belonging to the Army of the United Colonies of North America
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Signed by Morgan Lewis as Lieutenant. Document differs from 1450.603.14 as it is a printed sheet with names and notes handwritten in. Captain Joshua Bragdon's Company was in Colonel James Seammons's 30th Regiment of Foot in the Continental Army. Lists the names of commanding officers and privates. Countersigned by William Burks. Calculations, possibly for soldier's pay, handwritten on verso.
Captain Lewis served as a selectman for Sanford, Maine. His company of militia marched in response to the 19 April 1775 Lexington Alarm.
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