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Fort Pitt 1778, Garrison Duty (8 Mar 1778 - Oct 1783)

 
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  COMMENTARY
  Fort Pitt was an important military outpost. Here, the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers join and become the Ohio.
 
 
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  Unit Rosters  
 
  1st Pennsylvania Regiment  
 
  Name   Position   Status
  Major Frederick Vernon    
  First Lieutenant John Ward    
 
  2nd Pennsylvania Regiment  
 
  Name   Position   Status
  First Lieutenant John Mahon   Regimental Quartermaster  
  First Lieutenant John Ward    
 
  3rd Pennsylvania Regiment  
 
  Name   Position   Status
  Lieutenant Colonel Stephen Bayard     Acting Commander, Fort Pitt, 27 Feb 1783 - 16 May 1783
  First Lieutenant John Ward    
 
  4th Continental Artillery Regiment  
 
  Name   Position   Status
  Captain Isaac Craig    
  Third Lieutenant Jesse Crosley    
 
  4th Pennsylvania Regiment  
 
  Name   Position   Status
  Major Frederick Vernon    
 
  6th Pennsylvania Regiment  
 
  Name   Position   Status
  Lieutenant Colonel Stephen Bayard    
 
  8th Pennsylvania Regiment  
 
  Name   Position   Status
  Lieutenant Colonel Stephen Bayard     Transferred To 6th PA Regiment, 17 Jan 1781
  First Lieutenant Samuel Brady     Detachment of Doyle's Independent Company
  Colonel Daniel Brodhead, Sr.   Commander   Assigned To Fort Pitt May 1778 - May 1781
  Captain James Carnahan    
  Ensign John Clark    
  Sergeant John Clark    
  Captain John Clark    
  Captain Samuel Dawson    
  Captain Joseph Lewis Finley    
  First Lieutenant Gabriel Peterson    
  Major Frederick Vernon   Commander, 6th Company  
  First Lieutenant John Ward    
  Second Lieutenant John Ward    
 
  Western Dept  
 
  Name   Position   Status
  Brigadier General William Irvine     Assigned To Fort Pitt, 24 Sep 1781
 
 

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