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(Fort Ticonderoga, Garrison Duty)   (Fort Ticonderoga, Garrison Duty)
  During the summer of 1776 and early winter of 1777, Fort Ticonderoga served not only as a deterrent to the southern movement of the British on the Hudson River, but also as a gathering place for those Continental troops that had seen hard service in Canada the year prior.
  Unit Rosters  
  2nd Pennsylvania Battalion  
  Name   Position   Status
  Ensign James Armstrong    
  Second Lieutenant James Armstrong    
  Captain Stephen Bayard    
  Captain Rudolph Bunner    
  Captain William Butler    
  Captain James Chrystie    
  First Lieutenant John Craig     Hendrick's Company
  Second Lieutenant John Craig     Hendrick's Company
  Captain Thomas Craig   Company Commander  
  Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Craig    
  First Lieutenant William Craig     Assigned 1 Jan 1777
  Second Lieutenant William Craig     Assigned 11 Nov 1776
  First Lieutenant Isaac Budd Dunn     Bayard's Company
  Second Lieutenant Thomas Hanson    
  Volunteer Thomas Hanson   Regimental Quartermaster  
  Major Josiah Harmar    
  Ensign George Hofner     Huling's Company
  First Lieutenant George Hofner     Huling's Company
  Second Lieutenant George Hofner     Huling's Company
  Captain John Huling     Assigned 1 Jan 1777
  Ensign John Marchall     Bayard's Company
  Second Lieutenant John Marchall     Bunner's Company
  Ensign George McCully    
  Second Lieutenant George McCully    
  Ensign Nathan McMullan    
  Captain Samuel Moore     Promoted 11 Nov 1776
  Captain Thomas Lloyd Moore   Commander, 8th Company  
  Ensign John Parke     Moore's Company
  Ensign Peter Smith     Bunner's Company
  Sergeant Peter Smith     Bunner's Company
  Ensign Daniel St. Clair    
  4th Pennsylvania Battalion  
  Name   Position   Status
  Ensign John Barckley    
  First Lieutenant Benjamin Bartholomew     Frazier's Company
  Second Lieutenant Charles Clinton Beatty     Church's Company; DIS, 14 Feb 1777; Accident In Camp
  Second Lieutenant Thomas Boude    
  First Lieutenant John Christie     Thomson's Company
  Ensign Levi Griffith     Pott's Company
  Ensign John Harper   Regimental Quartermaster   Taylor's Company
  Volunteer John Harper   Regimental Quartermaster  
  Colonel Francis Johnston    
  Lieutenant Colonel Francis Johnston    
  Surgeon Samuel Kennedy, Sr.    
  Sergeant William Magee    
  Second Lieutenant Alexander McClintock    
  Captain James Moore, Jr.    
  Captain Caleb North    
  Sergeant George North     North's Company
  Sergeant Jonathan Pugh    
  First Lieutenant James Randolph Reid     Church's Company
  Captain Thomas Robinson   Commander, 2nd Company  
  Second Lieutenant Michael Ryan   Regimental Adjutant  
  Second Lieutenant Isaac Seely     Frazier's Company
  First Lieutenant Samuel Smith     Lacey's Company
  Ensign Joseph Stanley    
  Captain Frederick Vernon   Commander, 6th Company  
  Ensign Job Vernon     Church's Company
  Second Lieutenant Job Vernon    
  Colonel Anthony Wayne    
  For More Information On Fort Ticonderoga, click here .  

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