Captain Ferdinand Ritter's Company

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

Captain: Ferdinand Ritter

Lieutenant: Andrew Smith

Ensign: Leonard Dietrich


Peter Bousher
Jacob Connor
Christian Minig


Joseph Conrad
Peter Dumm
Peter Richard

Drummer: John Burtchel

Fifer: Philip Wills(?)


Adam Albrecht
Henry Albright
Christian Bantzy
John Berry
Dewald Biliner
Tobias Boutcher
Peter Brown
Philip Daubens
Jacob Dengler
Jacob Donard
Michael Drees
George Fige
Christian Fisher
Peter Fiss
Melchior Fritz
Jacob Gerhard
Frederick Glick
Godleib Heiser
Thomas Johnson
Daniel Kamp
Philip Kauffman
Jacob Kelchner
John Kisling
Martin Kisling
Matthias Laub
Christian Lerch
Peter Lutz
Dewalt Miller
Jacob New
Jacob Nonemacker
John Plott
John Rangler
Nicholas Schwenk
John Shoman
Joseph Shomo
Henry Shreffler
Stoffel Shreffler
Philip Smith
Henry Snyder
Michael Snyder
John Stear
John Straser
Nicholas Straser
Christian Swabel
John Umbehaker
John Wagner
Stoffel Wagner
Frederick Walls
Christian Weber
Christiain Winter
George Zeichman

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. 295-296.

Submitted by: Nancy.

Last Modified Sunday, 11-Jan-2009 12:17:18 EST

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