New York Independant Companies Deserters 1755 Philidelphia

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New York Independant Companies Deserters 1755 Philidelphia - DESERTED from Fort Cumberland, near Willi's...
DESERTED from Fort Cumberland, near Willi's Creek, in Maryland, on the 13d of February laft, from Captain John Rutherford's independent company, from New - York, William Mar - hall, born in Pennfylvania, ofa fair complexion, 23 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, a well proportioned man : Hd nwhen he went away, A light colourd jtckec, black wig, new huckkia breeches J took with him his arms, marked on the lock, tower and crown G R. Alfo deferted from the faid company, the 6th of March laft, William Moore, an Englifhman, of a ruddy complexion, about 22 years or ge, 5 feet 5 inches, high, a failor i Had on when he went away his regimentals, red turn'd up with treen, brafs mounted cut - lafh, and a blue nd white Germantown cap under his hat. Alfo deferted the fixth of March laft, from Capttin Peyronie's company of Virginii, John Brodie, a Scotchmao, about 5 feet 7 inches high, pitted with the fmallpx, with brown curled hair : Had on when he went away, aPfedgreu coat, a filvcr laced hat, and a long broad fword. Whoever apprehends the faid deferters, or either of them, and brings them back to tht faid compasies, now doing.duty at Fort Cumberland, ne3r WilU'ci Creek, in MaryUnd, fti.ll have Two Piftoles reward for each, and reafoaabie charges, paid by John RVTHIIFOR.D, and WlLLIArM PtYlONlK.

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  1. The Pennsylvania Gazette,
  2. 10 Apr 1755, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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