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BOOK - A Short Service History and Master Roll of James Rogers' 2nd Battalion, King's Rangers
By Gavin K. Watt
Published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2015
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After more than thirty years of studying the loyalist regiments that served in Quebec during the American Revolution, author Gavin k. Watt concluded that Major James Rogers’ 2nd battalion, King’s Rangers was sadly overlooked and required additional attention.
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Major James Rogers' command of the 2nd Battalion of the King's Rangers in the American War of Independence/American Revolution, resulted in the forfeiture of his lands in Vermont. In 1784, he led a party of about 300 disbanded King's Rangers and their families to the Third Township of Cataraqui, later known as the Township of Fredericksburgh, in Lennox County, Ontario, where they were granted land. Rogers, who first settled in Fredericksburgh, where he became lieutenant-colonel of the militia, lived for a time in Prince Edward County, Ontario but returned to Fredericksburgh before his death on September 23, 1790.
There are two main sections to this book.
The King's Rangers saw extensive service in a wide range of duties, and could boast more than its fair share of notable characters.
- First is a brief service history of the 2nd battalion from its creation in 1779 until disbandment in 1783.
- Second – by consulting original and secondary sources, Watt prepared a Master Roll of three hundred and fifty-eight men listing alternate spellings of surnames and given names, rank, enlistment date, company, service details, age, height, place of origin, trade, wife and family, and place of settlement. Of course, not all of these details could be found for every man, but the roll is pleasingly complete.
The majority of the King’s Rangers settled in Canada after the war and added their skills and vitality to the new settlements.
Surnames included in the Master Roll:
- List of Illustrations
- Introduction and Acknowledgements
- A Short History of the Services, James Rogers’ 2nd Battalion King’s Rangers (includes comprehensive footnotes)
- Master Roll of James Rogers’ 2nd Battalion King’s Rangers
Master Roll headings:
- Alternate spellings of surname
- Given name
- Enlistment date
- Service details
- Place from and trade
- Family details
- Primary Sources, transcribed
- Secondary Sources, books
- Online sources
NOTE: When a surname appears more than once, it indicates that there is more than one man with that surname.
NOTE: Most surnames have alternate spellings. For example the surname CALDER has alternate spellings of KELLER, KELOCK and KELDER. That means that there are many more surnames than appear in this list.
ABLE, ADAMS, ADAMS, ADAMS, ADAMS, ALLEN, AMBLER, ANDERSON, ANTHONY, ANTHONY, ANTHONY, ASH, ATLIK, BABBINGTON, BALDWIN, BARDSLEY, BARLOW, BARNHART, BARNUM, BELL, BELL, BENNETT, BENNETT, BESSONET, BETTYS, BIERS, BLISS, BORGHAM, BRADSHAW, BRADT, BRATT, BREAKENRIDGE, BREAKENRIDGE, BRISCO, BROOKS, BROWN, BROWN, BROWN, BROWN, BROWN, BROWNSON, BUCK, BUELL, BURRITT, BUSK,
CALDER, CALDER, CAMERON, CAMPBELL, CAMPBELL, CANFIELD, CARKNAR, CARKNER, CARRIGAN, CASKINS, CASWELL, CATCHBACK, CHAPEL, CLEMMONS, CODNER, CODNER, COLHAMMER, COLHAMMER, COLHAMMER, CONNELLY, CORBY, CORNWALL, COSBY, CRALLER, CROSS, CROSS, CURRY, CURRY,
CURTIS, DAFOE, DAFOE, DAFOE, DAFOE, DAFOE, DAFOE, DAFOE, DAFOE, DAFOE,
VAN DE BOGARD,
Alternate surnames that appear in the Master Roll:
NOTE: These surnames appear as alternate spellings or aliases in the documentary record. Specific individual sources are cited in the Master Roll to explain where these alternates were recorded.
ABIE, ABAL, ADAMES, ADAMES, ADAMES, ANTONY, ANTONEA, ANTONEY, ANTONY, ARLES, BOLDIN, BEARSLEY, BARDSLY, BRADESLEY, BARSLEY, BURNHART, BARNHURT, BILL, BENNET, BENNIT, BENNITT, BENNET, BISSONET, BATY, BATTY, BEERS, BRATT, BROT, BRETT, BROTT, BRAKENRIDGE, BUSCO, BROOCKS, BRUNSON, BENNELL, BUILL, BEWELL, BURROT, BARROT, BRYON, BURRET, BURNT, BURNET, BUSH, BOGERT, BURK, CAMRON, CAMPBLE, CAMPFIELD, CORKNER, CARTENER, CARKENER, CORRIGAN, CARREGAN, CARRIGAIN, CASSWELL, COSEWELL, CASWALL, CATCHPOCH, CATCHAPAK, CAHBACH, CHAPPEL, CHAPPLE, CHAPPELL, CLEMONS, CADNER, COONER, CODDER, CODNEY, CODDER, COALHAMER, COLHAMER, COLEHAMER, COLHAUSER, COLHAMER, COALHAMER, COLBAUER, COLHAMER, COLEHAMER, CONNOLY, CONLEY, CONOLY, CONELY, CROSBY, COSBEY, COY, CRALTER, CRULLER, CRELLER, CURREY, CURREY, CAMP, CRAUZER, DEFOE, DEFAU, DAVOE, DAVOE, DEFOE, DEFEW, DAVOE, DOFOE, DEFEW, DEFEW, DAVOE, DAVOE, DEFOE, DAVOE, DAVORE, DAVO, DEVOE, DEFOE, DEFEW, DAVOE, DAVORE, DAVO, DINON, DIMON, DIMAND, DINNON, DEAMONE, DIMOND, DEMON, DIMOND, DIMON, DIMAND, DINON, DIMOND, DIBBAL, DRIBBLE, DODS, EDY, EDGE, EDDY, ESTMAN, ESTEMAN, EAGLETON, AITKINS, FERRIS, FARRIES, FARRES, FILO, FITSGERALD, FLAUGHARDY, FLAUGHTERY, FORSBURY, GAMBLER, GIBBON, GIPSON, GLEASON, GREIN, GRIFFEN, HANNEH, HANAH, HAIR, HINCH?, HURRIES, HAINES, HERNS, HARRIS, HARNES, COL. HAMMER, HAINES, HARNES, HARRIS, HARUS, YARNS, HAINES, HARNES, HARRIS, HEARENS, HURRIES, HARUS, HARNES, HARTT, HATTFIELD, HANLEY, HINDERS, HESRIN, HERRIN, HERREN/ HARRAN, HIX, HIX, HIGLE, HIGLEY, HUNT/HYE, HOGABONE, HOGABOEM, HAGABOME, HINMAN, HERIONAN, HANMAN, HINDEMAN, HINES, HINKES, HINTS, HOGABONE, HOGABOEM, HAGABOME, HOFF, HUGH, HUFF, HOUGHMAN, HUMP…, HALLABERT, HALLOBERT, HOLLOBERT, HOLLEBERT, HARLBERT, HALLABORT, HARLBERT, HURLBRET, HEWART, HARCH, IVIS, INES, JONES, KRELLER, KELLER, KELDER, KELLER, KELDER, KELLOCK, KIMP, KEMPS, KNASSIN, KNAPPING, KNAPPEN, KETCHBAUGH, LARRIGAN, LEAKE, LEAK, LORAMY, LEATCH, LIRINS, LEAVINGS, LEVINGS, LIDDLE, LITTLE, LIDAIL, LINSEY, LINDSAY, LINTE, LENT, LEARD, LAIRD, LOSAY, LASE, LAWE, LOSAY, LESLIE, LESEE, LOSAY, LASSI, LOSEA, LUKES/LUCKAS, MCCOLLON, MCKULLUM, MCAUTHER, MCKOY, MCKAY, KOY, MCDOUGAL, MCDOUGALL, MCKEE, MCTASH, MCKINSEE, MCKENSEY, MCDOUGAL, MCKINZIE/ MCKINZEA, MACDEMARO, MAIRACLE, MARRIEL?, MARTAIN, MARTAN/MARTINE, MYERS, MOREHOUS, MOURHOUSE, MOREHOUSE, MORHOUSE, MOREHOUS, MORHOUSE, MOREHOUSE, MOREHOUSE, MORHAUS, MORHOUSE, MOOR, MURRISON, MORISON, MORROSON, MUNRO, MUNROW, MOSHER, MEYERS, NEAR, NAER, NEER, NICHOALS, NICHOLS, NICOLS, NICHOLAS, NICHOL, NICHOLL, NOYES, OAKELY, OAKLY, OBLE, ARRA, ORRA, OSTWALT, PANTER, PURKINS, PERKINS/PERKAN, PURKINS, PARKE, PARK, PERCKS/ PARCKS, PARKE, PARK, PARKE, PETRA, PATERSON, PERSONS, PIERSON, PARSON, PARSONS, PEARSONS, PERSON, POLLES, PIMBER, PEMBERS, PENNELL, PHILIPS, PHILIPS, PHILLIPS, PHILIPS, PHILIPS, PICKLE, PICK, PICKLE, PICHEL, PICKLE, PICK, PIKLE, PICKLE, PRINDLE, PRINGEL, PRINDEL, PRINDEL, PRINGIL, PRINDEL, PRINGIL, PRINDEL, PRINGIL, PRINDEL, PRINGIL/PRINGEL, PRINGAL, PRINDEL, PRINGIL, PHILO, PHILER, PHILO, PHILLER, PHILS, PRICTHARD, RAPPEL, RONELDS, RYNOLDS, RICHEE, RITCHEY, RIKLY, RICKLEY, RIKELEY, REAKLEY, RIKEBY, RYCKLEY, RUITTER, RUTTER, RUITTER, RUSK, RUSKE, SATERLY, SATTERLAY, SUTTERLY, SATTERLY, SATERLEY/SATTALEE/ SATTELEE, SOLVESTER, STAYBOR, SLINTERLINE, SLINKERLINE, SNIDER, SPUD, SPEED, SPENSER, STEPHENS, STURNS, STEWARD, STUART, STEWARD, THOMSON, THOMPSON, THUMPKIN, THOMPKINS, THUMPKINS, TYLOR, UMPHRY, UMPRIS, UMPHRY, UNPHREY, UPTOWN, UPTEN, UBTON, VEGLER, VANDBOGART, VN DE BOGART, V.D. BOGART, VANDEBEGER, VANDERWARKER, VAN DERVARKIN, VANDICAR, VANDIKE, VAN DYCK, VAN DYKE, VAN SANT, VAN ZANT, VAN ZANDT, VAN SONT, VAN GANT, VANSANT, VAN ZANT, WAKLEY, WORKLEY, WACKLEY, WOCKLY, WAKELEY, WALKELY, WAKELY, WALLIS, WORDER, WARDNER, WARREN, WELSH, WALSH, WEMP, WIMP, WHALER, WHELER, WICKWARE, WHITMAN, WHITEMAN,
YARNS?, YONG, YONG.
- 84 pages
- 8.5 X 11"
- Coil bound
- Master Roll of men who served plus details of each
- Published by Global Heritage Press, Milton 2015
- ISBN 978-1-77240-028-1 (soft cover - coil bound)
ISBN 978-1-77240-029-8 (digital)
- No reviews yet (published March 2015)
About the author: Gavin K. Watt|
Gavin Watt has studied Canada's role in the American Revolution for forty years and has eleven books published on the subject. He pursues a life-long interest in military history and has re-enacted in four historical eras. Gavin is a honourary Vice-President of the United Empire Loyalists' Association and often speaks at historical societies' meetings. /i>
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