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Larrabee, Benjamin (1740-1829) A pay roll of Capt Benjamin Larrabees company belonging to Colo. Ruben Fogg reg of militia

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC03983.02.01 Author/Creator: Larrabee, Benjamin (1740-1829) Place Written: Scarborough, Maine Type: Manuscript document Date: 1777 Pagination: 2 p. ; 42 x 30.4 cm.

Larrabee's company belonged to Colonel Reuben Fogg's regiment of militia. Includes a list of soldiers and the amount of their wages. Includes soldiers' signatures (or marks) on verso. Possibly created in early 1777, as this is a record of pay for 1776. Categories listed include: men's names, rank, time of march, time of disrcharge, time of services, place of abode, wager dowe, and total wage.

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