Source: Oliver P. Remick, A record of the services of the commissioned officers and enlisted men of Kittery and Eliot, Maine: who served their country on land and sea in the American Revolution, from 1775 to 1783 (Boston: A. Mudge & Son, printers, )
This transcription was generously provided by Barbara Hanscom Stuart.
[p. 27]Men from the Town Killed in BattleStephen Loley, or Lawley, Sept. 23, 1779, on Continental frigate "Richard."
Samuel Todd, Oct. 7, 1777, at Stillwater, N. Y.
Jedediah Witham, June 28, 1778, at Monmouth, N. J.[p. 28]Died from Wounds or Disease in the ServiceMoses Amee, Nov. 3, 1776, near Fort George, N. Y.
Richard Black, Feb. 1, 1778, at Valley Forge, Penn.
William Dickson, May 20, 1778, at Valley Forge, Penn.
John Foster, Feb. 1, 1779, in Mill Prison, Plymouth, England.
William Goold, Feb. 1, 1782, near New York.
Samuel Hall, Dec. 31, 1776, near Fort George, N. Y.
Patrick Lilley, Sept. 23, 1777, near Saratoga, N. Y.
Andrew Lydston, Aug. 1, 1777, near Saratoga, N. Y.
Reuben Nason, Sept. 30, 1776, near Ticonderoga, N. Y.
Samuel Scriggins, May 17, 1777, on prison ship, at Plymouth, England.
James Smart, Aug. 1, 1778, near the Hudson River.
Jacob Smith, April 8, 1776, at Boston.
Thomas Staples, Nov. 14, 1782, near the Hudson River.
William Tobey, after May 8, 1777, on a privateer.
John Townsend, March 16, 1778, at Valley Forge, Penn.
Daniel Vaughn, March 14, 1778, at Valley Forge, Penn.
John Whitlock, in January, 1781, on prison ship "Jersey," at New York.
Moses Wilson, Jr., Oct. 31, 1776, at Mt. Independence, N. Y.[In Barbara Hanscom Stuart's copy, the following names have been added—evidently by the author: Joshua Finny, 1782, in captivity; Joseph Hanscom, 1782, in captivity; Jonathan Leighton, 8 Nov. 1782, at West Point, N. Y.]The following were probably Killed or Died in the ServiceWilliam Cole, Jr., after Dec. 31, 1779.
Daniel Dill, in 1775, around Boston.
Solomon Green, July 7, 1777, at battle of Hubbardston, Vt.
Seth Hammond, after Jan. 23, 1778, at Valley Forge, Penn. in 1775, near Boston.
John Johnson, in 1775, near Boston.
Samuel Weeks, after Dec. 8, 1776, near Fort George, N. Y.[In Barbara Hanscom Stuart's copy, the John Johnson entry has been struck out, and the following entries added: Joseph Foster, 1781-2; John Smart, 1780, died in captivity]