New York Casualties, Wounded or Died in ServiceCopied From The Book
New York In The Revolution
Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New York
Vol. XV, New York State Archives, Vol. I.
Edited by: Berthold Fernow
Wounded or Died in Service
Bliven, John, Major, Col. Fred. Fisher, wounded and captured at Oriskanie, Aug. 6, 1777; died in captivity
Blie, John Christian, Priv., 1st N. Y. Died in the service July 23, 1781
Bradt, James, Private, 1st N. Y. Died in service Aug., 1778
Buice, Abr'm, Private, Col. Hammond. Died of his wounds Decbr. 10, 1780
Buyse, Jacob, Priv., Col. Hammond. Wounded July 22, 1780
Christie, John, Corpl., 2d N. Y. Died in service July 28, 1781
Cransbery, Francis, Priv., 3d N. Y. Died in captivity Septbr. 5, 1780
Derusia, Anth'y, Priv., 2d N. Y. Died in service Octbr. 22, 1783
Dietz, Peter, Captain, Col. Abraham Wemple's Albany Co. Mil. since Sept. 9, '77. Wounded by accident Oct. 18, '77, died next day. Bern, Albany Co.
Dimond, Moses, Priv., 2d N. Y. Died in the service Decbr. 10, 1781
Falls, Sam'l, Priv., Col. McClaughrey. Died of his wounds Jany. 5, 1778
Fisher, Fred'k, Colonel, wounded and scalped at Caughnawaga May 22, 1780
Gildersleeve, Daniel, Sergt., Col. Malcome's Cont's. Died in service March 15, 1778
Godwin, Joseph, Priv., Capt. Bauman, Col. Lamb's Arty. Died in the service Oct. 16, 1778
Horton, Thomas, Captain, Col. Elihu Marvin. Prisoner Oct. 6, 1777; died in captivity Jany. 30, 1778
House, John, Priv., 1st N. Y. Died in the service January 17, 1783, as per Col. van Schaick's Cerificate
Howe, Baxter, Lieut., Col. Lamb's Arty. Died in service Septbr. 22, 1781
Ingraham, Thomas, Priv., 5th N. Y. Died in service Febry. 18, 1777
Jarvis, Nath'l, Corpl., 4th N. Y. Died in service May 12, 1778
Jayne, William, Private, Capt. Jon'n Titus, 4th N. Y. Enlisted Nov. 25, '76; died in service Febr. 24, '77. Brookhaven, L. I., A. P. 20-442
Ketchum, Isaac, Private, Capt. Titus, 4th N. Y. Enlisted Nov. 21, '76; died in service at Fishkill, July 21, '77. A. P. 20-274
Knapp, Aaron, Priv., 5th N. Y. Died in prison Jany., 1778
Miller, John, Priv., 5th N. Y. Died in captivity on or about Jany. 1, 1778
Miller, Justus, Priv., Col. Livingston Cont's. Died in the service March 28, 1777
Mills, Daniel, Captain, 2d N. Y. In the Northern Army as Captain in 1776, commissioned in 2d N. Y. Febr. 9, 1776; died in service April 22, 1776
Norton, Henry, Priv., 1st N. Y. Died Decbr. 1, 1781
Petri, Hanjost, Sergt., Col. Bellinger's. Died of his wounds Aug. 30, 1777
Smith, James, Priv., 2d N. Y. Died in service Sept. 30, 1779
Stine, John, Priv., Col. Thomas. Died of his wounds Aug. 15, 1781
Teller, Pierre, Priv., Col. Sam. Drake. Died of his wounds Febr. 19, 1783
Walker, John, Private, Col. Malcom's Cont's. Died in service July 31, 1778
Wilkins, George, Priv., Col. McClaughry. Died of his wounds in Hospital, New York, Jany. 31, 1778
Killed in Action
Vergereau, Peter, Lieut., Col. McDougall's. Killed Aug. 20, 1776
Hagarty, Morter, Priv., Col. Ludington. Killed Jany. 31, 1777
Williams, John, Priv., Col. Sam. Drake. Killed March 16, 1777
Green, Wm., Lieut., 14th Albany Co. Regt. Killed July 26, 1777
Muncey, John, Lieut., 17th Albany County Regiment. Killed at Moses Creek, August 2, 1777
At Oriskanie, August 6, 1777
Of the 1st Tryon Co. Regiment
Bardt, Christ'n, Sergt.
Campbell, Robert, Lieut.
Diffendorf, Henry, Captain
Davy, Thos., Private
Gago, George, Private
Garloch, Chas., Sergt.
Grinnall, James, Lieut.
Hahn, Conrad, Private
Heath, Nath'l, Lieut.
House, Conrad, Private
House, Henry, Private
Jackson, Joseph, Private
Keller, Solomon, Private
Klock, Adam, Lieut. of Exempts
Levy, Michl., Private
Marinus, Wm., Corpl.
Markell, Wm., Private
Mathias, Hend., Private
Petrie, Nichs., Sergt.
Ratenhower, Godfrey, Priv.
Riebsom, Maths., Priv.
Seeber, Adolph, Ensign
Seeber, Jacob W., Captain
Seeber, Severinus, Lieut.
Seeber, William, Lieut.-Col.
Vatterly, Henry, Private
Zoller, Jaocb, Private
Of the 2d Tryon Co. Regiment
Baun, John Geo., Private
Bellinger, Fredk., Private
Bellinger, John, Lieut.
Bellington, James, Priv.
Comb, Uriel, Sergt.
Cox, Ebenezer, Lieut.-Col.
Deygart, John, Captain
Dillenbach, Andr., Captain
Empie, Jacob, Private
Finck, Christian, Corpl.
Henner, Peter, Private
Huffnagel, Christ'n, Private
Lampman, Henry, Private
Lapper, Jacob, Private
Ritter, Johs., Sergt.
Snell, Fredk., Private
Snell, George, Sergt.
Snell, Jacob, Private
Snell, Jacob F., Private
Snell, Joseph, Private
Van Slyck, Herm., Major
Of the 3d Tryon County Regiment
Davis, John, Captain
Frank, John, Private
Groet, Petrus, Private
Pettingall, John, Private
Pettingall, Sam'l, Captain
Philips, James, Private
Stouets, Phil., Private
Tuthill, Stephen, Corpl.
Of the 4th Tryon Co. Regiment
Bell, Jacob, Private
Bellinger, John Fredk., Private
Clapsaddle, Aug., Major
Cunningham, And., Sergt.
Eisenlord, John, Major
Foltz, Peter, Private
Helmer, Fredk., Private
Hiller, Jacob, Ensign
Hunt, Peter, Private
Iser, Fredk., Corpl.
Mayer, Jacob, Private
Petri, Rich'd, Lieut.
Renckel, Lawrence, Private
Schuyler, Phil., Private
Sharer, Christ., Private
Small, Jacob, Captain
Steinway, Arold, Sergt.
Stephens, Fred., Private
Wohleber, Johs., Private
Woolheber, Dederick, Private
Van Veghten, Dirck, Major, 14th Albany Co. Regt., Aug. 8, 1777
At Forts Clinton and Montgomery, October 6, 1777
Crans, Jacob, Private, 1st Ulster Co. Regt.
Howell, Sephanial, Private, Col. Woodhull, Orange Co.
Van Osdall, James, Priv., 5th N. Y.
Of the 2d Ulster County Regiment
Bensin, David, Private
Gage, James, Private
Halliday, David, Private
McBridge, Francis, Private
Millican, James, Captain
Milligan, Nath'l, Lieut.
Monnell, Robert, Lieut.
Rosa, Jacobus, Captain
Sephenson, John, Private
Warren, Wm., Sergt.
Wood, Joseph, Private
Curvin, Timothy, Sergt., Col. McClaughrey, Octbr. 18, 1777
Apply, Jacob, Private, Col. Klock's at ----, April 20, 1778
Hart, Henry, Private, Col. Klock's at ----, April 20, 1778
Archer, Jacob, Private, Col. Hay, Decbr. 29, 1778
Burges, John, Private, Col. Hay, Decbr. 29, 1778
Bell, Frederick, Private, Bellinger, July 13, 1778
Bellinger, Peter, Priv., Col. Bellinger, June 29, 1778
Forster, Martinus, Priv., Col. Peter Vrooman, in action May 30, 1778
Garret, Samuel, Priv., Col. v. Schaick's Cont's, at Monmouth, June 28, 1778
Graham, John, Lieut.-Col., McClaughery, Sept. 6, 1778
Lee, John, Priv., Capt. McKown, Col. S. Warner, July 15, 1779
Martling, Isaac, Sergt., Col. Hammond, May 27, 1779
Miller, James, Private, Col. Thomas, June 10, 1779
Moyer, John, Priv., Col. Bellinger, Sept. 16, 1778
Oxner, Nich's, Priv., Col. Bellinger, June 15, 1778
Quackenbush, Jacobus, Corpl., Col. S. Warner, July 15, 1779
Rion, Thos., Priv., Col. van Schaick's Conts., May 28, 1779
Slawter, Gilbert, Private, Thomas, Novbr. 12, 1778
Smith, Nich's, Priv., Capt. Hertev, Col. Bellinger, May 10, 1779
Van Tassel, John, Priv., Col. Hammond, May 27, 1779
White, John, Private, Col. Thomas, Nov. 21, 1778
White, Stephen, Private, Col. Hammond, Dec. 24, 1778
Wolf, Michael, Private, Col. van Schaick's Conts., June 4, 1779
At Minisink on the Delaware, July 22, 1779
Of Col. Hathorn's (Orange County) Regiment
Finch, Nath'l, Adjt.
Jones, Samuel, Captain
Knap, James, Private
Middagh, Ephraim, Ensign
Rider, Joseph, Corpl.
Thurston, Benj., Lieut.-Col.
Townsend, Roger, Private
Vail, Benj'n, Capt.
Wisner, Gabriel, Ensign
Wood, John, Ensign
Of Col. Allison's (Orange County) Regiment
Barber, Timothy, Private
Duncan, John, Captain
Hascall, Jon'n, Private
Knapp, Samuel, Lieut.
Little, John, Captain
Owens, Eleazar, Private
Shepherd, Abrm., Lieut.
Thomas, Moses, Sergt.
Tyler, Bezaleal, Priv.
Of Captain Wood's Company (Orange Co. Militia) Regiment not stated
Dunning, Benj., Private
Masten, Ephraim, Private
Vail, Gilbert, Private
Of the 2d Ulster Co. Regt.
Terwilliger, Mathew, Private
Gross, John, Private, 1st N. Y., at Fort Schuyler, July 23, 1779 (prisoner according to M. R.)
Brown, George, Private, 1st N. Y., July 25, 1777
Ittick, Markus, Private, Col. Bellinger, Sept. 2, 1779
Weaber, Jacob, Private, Col. Bellinger, Sept. 2, 1779
Drake, Samuel, Sergt., Col. Hammond, Decbr. 17, 1779
Osborn, Danvers, Private, Col. Hammond, Decbr. 17, 1779
Hanson, Henry, Lieut., Col. Klock, May 2, 1780
Stephens, Amasa, Private, Col. Klock, May 22, 1780
Shiffen, George, Private, Col. Bellinger, June 1, 1780
Pelham, Joseph, Private, Col. Thomas, June 10, 1780
Nellis, Jacob, Private, Col. Clyde, June 27, 1780
Bellinger, Johannes F., Ensign, Col. Bellinger, July 24, 1780
Countryman, Fred., Private, Col. Clyde, July 31, 1780
Lintz, John, Private, Col. Bellinger, Octbr. 6, 1780
Pierhouse, Joh's, Private, Col. Clyde, Oct. 11, 1780
Fletcher, John, Corpl., Col. Seth Warner, Oct. 11, 1780
Bost, Joh's, Private, Col. Clyde, Oct. 11, 1780
Casal, David, Private, Col. Veeder, Octbr. 18, 1780
House, Peter, Sergeant, Col. Klock, October 19, 1780
Stam, Lawrence, Priv., Col. Klock, October 19, 1780
Deavy, John, Sergeant, Col. Bellinger, October 29, 1780
Schell, Christian, Priv., Col. Bellinger, July 8, 1781
McKeen, Robt., Captain, Col. Willet's Regt. of Levies, July 10, 1781
Lerhri, Johann Caspar, Priv., Col. Klock, July 10, 1781
Casler, Peter, Private, Col. Clyde, July 18, 1781
Woolerod, Nich's, Private, Col. Clyde, July 18, 1781
Van Slike, John, Lieut., Col. Klock, July 22, 1781
Timmerman, Jacob, Sergt., Col. Klock, Aug. 5, 1781
Kittle, John, Priv., Col. Cantine, Ulster Co., Aug. 12, 1781
Bowman, John, Private, Col. Fisher, Oct. 23, 1881
Frank, Jacob, Private, Col. Fisher, Oct. 24, 1781
Eighter, John, Corporal, Colonel Fisher, at Johnstown, October 25, 1781
Myers, Jacob, Lieut., Col. Klock, Oct. 25, 1781
Depue, Wm., Priv., Col. Thomas, Oct. 28, 1781
Backer (Baker), Daniel, Priv., Col. Thomas, Novbr. 25, 1781
Skinner, Isaac, Col. Bellinger, April 2, 1782
Hopper, John, Priv., Col. Hammond, June 10, 1782
Stoner, Henry, Priv., Col. Klock, July 1, 1782
Petri, Daniel, Priv., Col. Bellinger, July 14, 1782
Hess, Augustinus, Priv., Col. Bellinger, July 15, 1782
Staring, Valentine, Priv., Col. Bellinger, July 17, 1782
Wounkounguta, John, Indians slain in the late war, clothing and necessaries given to their families by Gov. Clinton.
Segigoteyouta, ----, Indians slain in the late war, clothing and necessaries given to their families by Gov. Clinton.