Captain Charles Gobin's Company

Pay Roll of Captain Charles Gobin's Company of the Sixth Battalion of Berks County Militia, Commanded by Colonel Joseph Hiester, in the service of the United States, from August 10th to September 9th, 1780.

Captain: Charles Gobin

Lieutenant: George Fister

Ensign: Casper Heimer

Sergeants:

John Burkhard
Christian Deringer
Henry Christ, Jr.
Abraham Witman

Corporals:

George Brown
Peter Daubert
Isaac Ermel
James Simpson

Drummer: Samuel Keyser

Fifer: John Fister

Privates

Bastian Allgeie
Ellick Bickham
William Bohanan
George Bower
Jacob Briner
George Brown
Casper Brownwell
Jacob Burkhand
Gotlieb Christein
Thomas Clark
Joseph Collier
Daniel Davis
Martin Ecfert
George Engelhard
John English
Stephan Fedry
Nicholas Felix
Peter Fesig
Jacob Fleisher
George Freeman
Nicholas Garrison
Christian Goodknecht
John Harff
Abraham Hartman
Moses Hays
Abraham Hehn
John Heimer
George Heinlein
George Heist
Benjamin Heven
Jacob Heyer
George Jeager
Jacob Joder
Michael Keller
Barny Kepler
Francis Krich
Jacob Lang
Jacob Leitheiser
Benjamin Love
John Miller
John Raap
George Reder
Jacob Reeser
Peter Ridner
Frederick Rinesnyder
George Seitz
Nicholas Seitzinger
Jacob Settely
William Shener
John Shenfelder
George Shultz
John Shultz
Peter Smith
George Snell
John Spengler
William Spero
Peter Stichter
John Steet
Ellis Thomas
William Thomas
John Tippery
John Vanhorn
Philip Wagner
Casper Wecht
Philip Weis
Michael Witmeyer
Charles Witz
John Witz
Daniel Wolff
Jonathan Worrel
Morris Worrel
Goerge Young
Philip Zieber

Source: Pennsylvania in the War of the Revolution, Associated Battalions and Militia, 1775-1783. Pennsylvania Archives, Series 2, Volume XIV, William H. Egle, ed., Harrisburg: E.K. Meyers, State Printer, 1888, pp. 294-295.

Submitted by: Nancy.

Last Modified Sunday, 11-Jan-2009 12:17:17 EST

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