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Return of Horatio Gates' brigades of the Continental Army
Davidson, John, 1735-1832
November 25, 1780
Volume 15, Page 162

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A Field Return of the Southern Army Under Command of Major General Gates, Camp New Providence, North Carolina, 25th November, 1780.

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BRIGADES.
Field
Commission'd.
Staff Officers.
Non-Com'd R. and F. Fit for Duty.
Colonels.
Lt. Colonels.
Majors.
Captains.
Capt. Lieutenants.
Lieutenants.
Ensigns.
Adjutants.
Pay Masters.
Qr. Masters.
Surgeons.
Mates.
Sergt. Majors.
Q. M. Sergeants.
Drum Majors.
Fife Majors.
Sergeants.
Drum's & Fifers.
R'k & File for Duty
Sick Present.
Sick Absent.
On Command.
On Extra Service.
On Furlough.
Total Rank & File.
Continental Brigade
1
3
10
9
6
3
1
2
2
1
1
3
3
2
46
41
609
38
198
68
131
9
1053
General Morgan's Brigade
1
1
4
9
8
2
2
2
2
37
4
358
31
4
6
5
404
Gen'l Davidson's Brigade, Militia
3
3
20
16
19
4
5
1
3
4
55
3
737
75
85
155
95
1147
Grand Total
1
4
7
34
34
33
9
1
9
3
1
6
9
3
2
138
48
1704
144
287
229
131
109
2604

N. B. Colo. Peaseley's Regiment of Militia, Consisting of four Captains, 5 Subalterns, 8 Sergeants and two hundred Privates, will be Discharged by the 27th Instant, and the Term of Service of the Militia in General will Expire by the 5th of December next.

JOHN DAVIDSON, B. M.