1692 New York Colonial Muster Rolls
Copied from New York Colonial Muster Rolls, 1664-1775, Report of the State Historian of the State of New York. Reprinted for the web.
May 13 Petition Lieutenant Joseph Smith for his pay as gunner of the Fort at New York from April 10, 1691 to April 1692 £ 45.12. 6.
Petition of Luycas van Thienhooven, Surgeon of his pay as surgeon to Daniel Waldron who was wounded in their Majesties service at Whitehall March 19, 1691.
May 21 Order to Colonel Willett to dispatch eight hundred men to Albany.
May 26 Petition H. Van dyck, Chirurgyn for one years salary of the Grenadiers at the Fort at Albany May 26. 1691 to May 26. 1692, according to appointment.
Mr Reikman acco't for small beere delivered for ye garison for thirty days from ye 27th April to ye 27th day of May 1692.
Rob Lee John Bowin Arther Bowin Henery Gossick Henery Yeates Sam'll Helper Ralph Payler John Watters 8 men. Tho: Tupper John Hanseman Christefor Lighthart Tho Rumbos Henery Peffy John Saynell Rich Hill John Winn John Adkines 9 men Archbell Sherrard John Kent Tho Marcy Henery Church John Berry Phill Berry Georg Perry 7 men
This account of beer furnished the Garrison shows the soldiers names.
Mr Rutger acco't for small beere delivered for ye garison for thirty days from ye 27th day of Apll to ye 27th day of May 1692.
John Goldeswerth Will Ketcham John Pesisbell Edward Bates Simond Williams Andrew Smith Rob't Suddick Will Turner 8 men. Joseph Browne Rich White Will Rogers Tho: Roggers John Carter Will Hortton Rob Barrott Will Shaw 8 men John Duglise Will Hattor Rob ffarinton Tho Barber Elias Vannryvesten Rich Tunnil Tho Sharpe 7 men. for 23 men 23 half fates of small beere Math Shanks Joseph Mollinux Rob Doig Edward Hense Tho Rorph John Sanders John Tippin Will Renn 3 men. for 31 men 31 half fates of small beere Math Shanks
Accounts showing that the beer was for Major Richard Ingdolesbys Company of Genadiers and was delivered to Captain M. Shanks
P. Schuyler hath tested these of 5 men from ye Kings County or any others y't are competent w'th promise that they shall have as much as oy'ers had viz't Charles Rogers, John holman John Kaw John Hill, Rich'd Jones.
Roll of the men of Major Peter Schuylers Company detached out of the counties of Westchester, Richmond, Kings, Queens, Suffolk and Ulster.
List of Maj Peter Schuylers Comp so they are detach'd out of ye Respective Countes Albany 17 June 1692
County of N: Yorke.
Will hogen } Cornelis Lawrense } John Adams }for 2 men of Capt Brant Schuyler. Phillip harris }
Nathaniel Sherrord George lane Pr. Dudley Pr. Dumont for 6 lbs Caleb Webb Pr. Davitse John Jennings John White Phillip Boise for J Hunt Gilbert Lumsdale Thomas Poor John Bukrunn
Jerome du Shonn John Greffon
Edward Hudson Thomas Williams Rich'd Stillwell Lubert Gysbertse Dirk Brower Johannes Janse Casper Janse Cornelis Cowinhoven Jacob Bennett henry pyper for Jk. Lozelberry Steven Jahnse for abr: Lott John Paries Alb't hendrickse Edward Nicol
Mathew Beech John Allison Pr. Mason Thomas Higgom Vincent Martin Rich'd Potter Wm Parcell John Thomas for Samuel altyn James Pinhouse for J. Petit Joseph Bates William Hall Jeremy Thickstone Amos Smith Samuel Skidmore Wm. Rubie John gail
Tho: Shaw Jonothan Waters John Ratcliffe for S'l Lynde Rich'd Berry for abyall Davis John Mosier Umphrey Seyks Rich'd Ege Combe abell Smith for Wm. Rose Josiah Edwards Jos: Ludley Samuel Hedges Ebinezer Miller Charles Thomas John Shilberry Joseph hand Jacob Bastiaense for J: Mason Jos: Yetts for John Lyns John Russell for J: Wilmar Edward Nicol
Alb't Janse V: Steenwyck Wm Carnes Arent fynhout Dirk Duytcher Arien Van Netten Claes Melgertse Jan helmerse Pr. Quackebos for Rut Melgertse Isaak Kermer Jacob hendrickse Thierence goeone adam Simpson David Sunderland Edward Blake Jan krispell Dirk Dirkse Vand'r Karr Joshua Stone Cornelis Schermerhoorn John Conner Isaak Vredenburgh John Colledge Ephraim Carpenter Calem Meguiddech Joseph Burgess John McKlowed Thomas Mathew John Fortune 27 men From N: York County 4 men Westchester 12 Richmond 2 Kings County 14 Queens County 16 Suffolke 19 Ulster 27 ------ 94 men
Capt. P Schuyler hath listed these 5 men for ye Kings County or any of ytt are Different w'th Provise yt if they should have as much as othrs hve had vizt
Charles Rogers John Holman John Karr John Hall Rich'd Jones 5 The armourer and clerke out of none of ye Counties 2 ye 3 Commission Officers and Surgeon 4 The officers Serv'ts Minko Pipero, Charles Black Chr: Yetts 3 ------- 108 men
These are all effective upton the Spot except John Buk who is run.
A List of ye names of ye men that belongs to Capt George Bradshaws Comp. June 17.
From the City and County of N: York.
Wm. Parent Johannes Vanalle Nicolas Auger Thrustine Renner Wm Chadwick Pr. hogeboom Edward Serjant John Nicolls Benjamin Disbourough Brayin Rock Thomas Warner Girrit Aronson Rich'd Harding Jacob Supples Wm Pugsly Didlowe gaile Rich'd Cage Benjamin Blindenburgh Isaak Mesler Thomas halliday John Brittain George Scott Augustus Turk Andries De Wandelaer John Floid Laurence Hendrikse Zacharias Sickles Cornelis Aherson John ffine Dirk Evertson Rob't Lake Daniel Delow 32
George Kimber David Esdmond 2
George Dally Anthony Lashilere Henry Dally Samuel Packer John Morlett Pr. Maungbeson (mompesson) 6
James Edward James Bird Patrick Magregory Jacob Biggs John Renner Rodger Adams Daniel Bishop Sam'l Wood John Homan John Strucklin Thomas Hankson Thomas Edwards Jonathan Mapes John oyen Samuel Woodriffe Sam'l Manty Joseph Shaw John Green 18
Barnaby ffloy, Clerk Thomas force, Serg't William Albertson 3
Joseph Miller John Erner 2 From York County 32 men From Kings County 2 men From Queens County 3 men From Suffolk County 18 men From Richmond County 6 men From Westchester County 2 men ----- Summa Tottalis 63 Signed Pr'me Barnaby ffloy
Account Oct. 1. Lieutant Abraham Bickford for money due Cap't George Bradshaws company of fusileers. Certified to be corect by P. V. Cortlandt and Danl Honan.
Petition Nov. 2. Coll: Tho: Willett. Capt. John Tuder, Capt John Jackson, Capt George Lockhart and Rob't Livingston, on behalf of themselves and the rest of the officers and soldiers that were employed in the expedition to Albany in 1687, for arrears of pay.