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Braddock, Edward (fl. 1755) A List of the Officers who were present, and of those Killed and Wounded in the Action on the Banks of Monongahela the 9th Day of July 1755

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC06650 Author/Creator: Braddock, Edward (fl. 1755) Place Written: s.l. Type: Manuscript document Date: circa 9 July 1755 Pagination: 4 p. ; 32 x 20.5 cm.

Summary of Content: From the expedition against Fort Duquesne during the French and Indian War. Reports that Major General Edward Braddock died of his wounds and Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Gage was slightly wounded. Mentions George Washington as participating officer.

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Full Transcript: A List of the Officers who were present, and of those Killed and Wounded in the Action on the Banks of Monongahela the 9th Day of July 1755.

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His Excellency ...Edward Braddock Esqr Genl and Commandr in Chief of all his Majestys Forces in North America - Died of his Wounds
Robert Orne Esqr - Wounded
Roger Morrs Esqr
George Washington Esqr } Aid de Camps - Wounded
Wm Shirley Esqr Secy - Killed
Sr John St Clair Deputy Quarter Master Genl - Wounded
Mathew Lessley Gentl Asst to the Quarter Master Genl - Wounded
Francis Halket Esqr Major of Brigade - -
44th Regiment
Sir Peter Halkert Colonel - Killed
Lieut Col Gage - Slightly Wounded
Captn Talton - Killed
Captn Hobson - -
Captn Beckworth - -
Captn Getkins - Killed
Lieut Falconer - -
Lieut Littler - Wounded
Lieut Baley - -
Lieut Dunbar - Wounded
Lieut Pattenger - -
Lieut Halket - Killed
Lieut Freeby - Wounded
Lieut Allen - Killed
Lieut Simpson - Wounded
Lieut Lock - Wounded
Turn Over [2]
44 Regt continued
Disney - Wounded
Kenedy - Wounded
Townsend - Killed
Preston - -
Narthow - Killed
Pennington - Wounded
48th Regiment
Lieut Coll Burton - Wounded
Major Sparks - Slightly Wounded
Captn Dobson - -
Captn Cholmby - Killed
Captn Bowyer - Wounded
Captn Ross - Wounded
Captn Lieut Morris - -
Barbut - Wounded
Walsham - Wounded
Crimble - Killed
Wideman - Killed
Hansard - Killed
Gladwin - Wounded
Hathorn - -
Edmiston Wounded
Cope - -
Bereton - Killed
Hart - Killed
Monstrefeur - Wounded
Dunbar - -
Harrison - -
Cowhart - -
McMullen - Wounded
Crow - Wounded
Sterling - Wounded
Turn Over [3]
Artillery
Captn Ord. - -
Captn Lieut Smith - Killed
Lieut Buchannon - Wounded
Lieut McCloud - Wounded
Lieut McCuller - Wounded
Engineers
Peter McKeller Esqr - Wounded
Robt. Gordon Esqr - Wounded
Williamson Esqr - Wounded
Detachment of Sailors
Lieut Spendelow - Killed
Mr Haynes Midshipman - -
Mr Talbot Midshipman - Killed
Captn Stone of Genl Lassells Regiment - Killed
Captn Floyer of Genl Warburtons Regimt - Wounded
Indepent Compny of N York
Captn Gates - Wounded
Lieut Sournain - Killed
Lieut Miller - -
Lieut. Howarth of Captn Demeries Independt Compy - Wounded
Lieut Gray of the Same Compy - Wounded
Virginia Troops
Captn Stephens - Wounded
Captn Waggoner - -
Captn Polson - Killed
Captn Peronie - Killed
Captn Stewart - -
Hamilton Killed
Turn over [4]
Virginia Troops Continued
Woodward - -
Wright - Killed
Splitdroff - Killed
Stuart - Wounded
Waggoner - Killed
Mac Neal - -
According to the most exact Return we can as yet get, about 600 Men killed & Wounded

[inserted: 36 Wounded
25 Killed
21 Returned
82
1 Genl Died of his wounds
83]

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Report of Battle Monongahela.

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People: Washington, George, 1732-1799

Historical Era: Colonization and Settlement, 1585-1763

Subjects: French and Indian WarPresidentMilitary HistoryInjury or WoundDeathMuster Rolls and ReturnsFrance

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