Revolutionary War Service
Virginia and Maryland
See also Maryland Militia Records on Pre 1810 Research. These names are
from army records and are separate from militia records.
The following records are from
footnote.com. They were sent to me by Nedra Brill.
The image files are large ones.
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smaller files because we would lose legibility. Please be patient.
From Historical Register of
Virginians in the Revolution, index p 198
Cullember, John 7 Cl, E [I was sent this and don't know what the
abbreviations are. Presumably it refers to the following record.]
John Cullumber in company of Wm/Will
Johnston in the 7th Virginia Regiment commanded by Colonel Daniel
Morgan. Morgan was from Winchester, Frederick County, Virginia.
He was one of the really famous generals of the war. This
regiment, as nearly as I can tell, was supposed to have come from the
Berkeley County area. We need to research some of the other names
in this to tell if this is true or not. There is a lot of information
about names from that area and time period in Historic Shepherdstown by Danske
Dandridge. It is out of copyright and available free on Google Books.
There are rent rolls which were a type of tax list on pages 62-73.
I do not see these names in these lists. But the rent rolls
were the land owners and this muster roll is more likely to be single
men without land. There are other tax lists starting in 1783 and
I have searched them for Cullumber, I have not searched them for these
Payroll Record of Captain Wm. Johnston's Company in the 7th Virginia
Regiment for the month of July 1779
John Cullumber, no. 31, July 1779
Jno Cullumber no. 20, September 1779
Jno Cullumber, no. 20 October 1779
From Pension file of Basil Hatton of Piscataway, Prince Georges County,
MD, pension record S. 8665.
John Cullumber: This is a list of names
which appears to be people Basil served with that heis trying to
contact to prove his service.
Served in the Maryland Artillery.
A Matross is a person who aids in preparing the gun to fire.
There are an additional 10 pages of pay cards which I am not including
He was wounded and paid through 1 January 1782.
Acct of sundry soldiers on half pay
Charles Cullumber no. 18, draft "draught" return. Note he
was from in Calvert County, Maryland.
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