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Newfoundland Regiment
Pringle's Company

Muster Roll of a Corps of Foot serving in Newfoundland, Commanded by Lieut. Colonel Robert PRINGLE, Major Commandant, St. Johnís, 25th June 1782; at which Time the Corps was Orderíd to Commence on the British Establishment as signified by His Majesty to the Right Honble the Secretary at War by Lord SHELBURNís Letter dated May 8th 1782.

The Major's Company

Lieut. Colonel, Major Commandant and Captain Robert PRINGLE  Absent by leave
Capt. Lieut. John MACKELCAN
Lieutenant John DUN
Ensign John PAYNE Not Joined
Adjutant John YOUNG
Surgeon William SINCLAR Not Joined
Qr. Mst. Sgt Thomas DAMPIER
Sgt Andrew HAY
Sgt Andrew WILLIAMS on Duty
Sgt William PRENDERGAST
Sgt William QUINLAN
Sgt Daniel BRYAN
Cpl Richard KNEEF
Cpl William STONE
Cpl John BARNED On Command
Cpl James HENNESY
Cpl John SKELTON on Command
Drummer James GLASHIN
Drummer John SHEEHAN
John ALGOOD
James AHEARN
Thomas ACOURT
Michael AHEARN
Peter BARROW
John BRYAN
Denis BRYAN
Patrick BRYAN
Daniel BRYAN
Patrick BYRN
John BLANCHFIELD
George BARKER
Richard BOWE
George BURDAM
Joseph BENTHAM
Denis BROPHY On Duty
James BRENAN
Patrick CONNOR
William CLANCY
James CONDON
Thomas CROAKE
Patrick CLEARE
Patrick CASHIN
Joseph CRIMP
Henry CLARKE
Timothy CALLAHAN
John DUN Absent with Leave
David DONOVAN
James DONOVAN
Denis DWYER
Edmund DWYER
Arthur EAGER
William ELLIOTT
Thomas FOWLER
James FARRELL On Command
James FUDGE On Command
John GRANVILLE
George GOUGH
John GRACE
Joseph HARDY
Thomas HITCHCOCK
Maurice HURLEY On Command
Thomas HINES
Thomas HORGAN On Duty
Richard HAILS
Phillip HOLLAND On Duty
John HIGGINS
Joseph HACKETT
Edmund JONES Absent with leave
William JONES
Maurice KERIVAN
James KELLY On Command
Thomas KENNEDY
George LAMBERT
Thomas LENNERGAN
Joseph LAHY
James LITTLE On Duty
James MILES
John McGRATH On Command
Denis McGRATH, Senr. Do
Denis McGRATH, Junr.
Patrick MOLLONE
John MOLLONE On Command
Daniel MAIRS on Command
John MARCY
Charles MORGAN
Jonas MUGFORD
Martin MURRIGAN
Darby McCARTHY On Duty
Denis McCARTHY
Francis McNERNY
Franics OBEY
Edmund POWER
Richard POWER
David POWER
John POWER
Benjamin PITMAN
John PRESTLY
James PURCELL Absent without leave
James RIELY
John ROACH
William REARDEN
Thomas SHEEDY
John STEPHENS
Robert SHEEF
Edmund SINNOT
William VINCENT On Duty
John WALLIS On Command

[intervening muster rolls...]


[signed]   John CADDY Capt. Commandg.


I do hereby certify that the abovementioned Men were Mustered by me on the 24th June 1782 in Six Companies.

Nichs. GILL Jce. Peace



We do hereby Certify that the Mens Names in the Roll on the other side is a true Coppy from the Muster Rolls of the 24th June 1782 when the Regiment was Mustered in Six Companyís in presence of Nichs. GILL Esqr. His Majestys Justice of the peace for this District of St. Johns.

John ROGERS Captn.
John MACKELCAN Capt. Lieut.
Martin DELANY Lieut.
Geo. Gd. CAWLEY Lieut.
William LILLY Lieut.
John YOUNG Adjt.

Great Britain, Public Record Office, War Office, Class 12, Volume 11020.

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