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David VALLANCE VT 1775 Rev. War

David VALLANCE VT 1775 Rev. War

Posted: 22 May 2004 5:19PM GMT
Classification: Military
Edited: 31 Aug 2006 6:01PM GMT
Surnames: Vallance, Vallans, Warner

"[276] [Col. Seth Warner's Regiment of Continental Troops...] Name: David Vallance, Lt. When enlisted: Oct. 27, 1776; State: VT; Place of residence: Addison, Bennington County; Resigned Sept. 15, 1779." page 107,

"[320] [Col. Seth Warner's Regiment]
Return of officers and privates...who are entitled to be made good the depreciation of their ways... Name: David Vallance, Lt.
When commission or enlisted: Oct. 27, 1776; To what time made up; Sept. 16, 1779 Resigned Sept. 16, 1779." page 110,

"[6] [Capt. Thomas Bull's Company in Col. Ira Allen's Regiment of Militia..on alarm which commenced the 11th day of October, 1780. Name: David Vallans; Miles: 80; Amt. of travel: 1.6.8; Days:11; Pay per day and rations: 0.1.0; Amt. of wages and rations 0.14.8; Total 2.1.4." page 227,

"[161] [Capt. Nathan Delano's Company, Col. John Abbot's Regiment in a Regiment of Foot...from the 1st day of August to the 4th, 1781. Name: David Vallance; Miles: 24; Amount: 0.8.0 Days: 3; Pay per day: 0.4.0; Total 0.12.0." page 429,

"[311] [Capt. Martin Dudley's Company]...Alarm at Castleton in Oct. 1781, commencing the 23rd of Oct. and ending Nov. 9, 1781. Name: David Vallans; Miles: 33; Per mile: 4; Days: 4; Pay per day and rations: 0.1.4; Total 0.16.4." page 496,

"[272...] [Vermonters in Col. Seth Warner's Regiment] the deductions therefore, as appears to have been discounted and paid by rights of land in the township of Eden, receipts for money paid in advance... with the balance remaining due to each officer and soldier respectively... Name: David Vallance, Lieut.; Depreciation: 82.14.8¼; Deductions 20.7.2; Balance due: 62.7.6¼, paid 68.13.4½." page 623,

"PAYMENT OF DEPRECIATION MONEY Colonel Seth Warner's Regiment
[448] David Vallance, Lieut.
Date: 7 July 1781 ; Amount: 12.0.0." page 671,

"[485] To David Vallance, Dr. To twice travel from Manchester to Camp at Castleton; 80 miles 1.6.8; To twice travel from Manchester to Bennington; 44 m. 0.14.7; To 5 days in Camp 0.7.6;
To 14 days service, and found myself 1.8.3; Total: 3.17.0 [3 pounds, 17 shillings]. July 3rd 1781-The above account sworn to before me. Timothy Brownson, Assist."
page 710,

"A return of the orders drawn on the Treasurer since the first day of April last...dated July 1st, 1783...June 11th, Lt. David Vallance, 1.4.0." page 801.

Source is book "ROLLS OF VERMONT SOLDIERS IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR 1775-1783", prepared and published under the direction of Major General Martha T. Rainville, The Adjutant General, Vermont, Camp Johnson, Colchester, Vermont, Volumes 1 and 2, 1998. Transcribed by Jan Jordan

For Gen "gp" <g.gold2@verizon.net>>

Re: David VALLANCE VT 1775 Rev. War

Posted: 3 Jun 2004 1:16AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Vallance in 1700's....
Any other info on the Vallance Family during the 1700's would be greatly appreciated. Looking in Vermont and of course New York and on to Pennyslvania. I think! But have no clue.
Found Samuel Vallance born 1781 in N.Y. Found him living in 1800 in Pennsylvania and then 1812 in Kentucky. Did David Vallance have a brother John Vallance? That's as far as we can go.... Thanks in advance for any futher help you or others could provide. Bledsaw@verizon.net Happy Hunting to all!
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