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(Canada Campaign (II))   (Fort Ticonderoga, Garrison Duty)
  During the summer of 1776 and early winter of 1777, Fort Ticonderoga served not only as a deterrent to the southern movement of the British on the Hudson River, but also as a gathering place for those Continental troops that had seen hard service in Canada the year prior.
  Unit Rosters  
  1st Pennsylvania Battalion  
  Name   Position   Status
  Captain John Bankson    
  First Lieutenant John Bankson    
  First Lieutenant Adam Hubley, Jr.    
  Ensign John Irwin    
  Second Lieutenant John Irwin    
  Captain Marion Lamar    
  Volunteer John Patterson   Regimental Adjutant  
  Sergeant John Sharp     Harmar's Company
  Sergeant John Stoy     Lamar's Company
  Second Lieutenant Samuel Tolbert    
  Ensign Major Walbron    
  4th Pennsylvania Battalion  
  Name   Position   Status
  First Lieutenant John Bartley     Assigned 1 Jan 1777
  Second Lieutenant George Blewer     Assigned Dec 1776
  Captain Thomas Church   Company Commander   Assigned 1 Jan 1777
  Ensign David Marshall     Assigned 4 Jan 1777
  Major Chistopher Stuart     Assigned 20 Sep 1776; Exchanged, reentered service Jan 1777
  Ensign Abraham Wood     Assigned 1 Jan 1777
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