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The Maryland Militia in the Revolutionary War, S. Eugene Clements and F. Edward Wright (1987)
p. 153
A List of the Militia of Talbot County July 3d 1780 - 4th Battallion
Charles Gardiner, Capt; Richard Herrington, 1st Lt
...Nathaniel KNOTTS...William KNOTTS...John LONGFELLOW...John GREEN...Thomas KNOTTS...
p. 235
...Nathan KNOTTS (5th class) Miles River Company
Reference Scharf Collection, State Archives
Revolutionary Patriots of Kent and Queen Anne’s Counties, Henry C. Peder, Jr (1995)
p. 156
KNOTTS, Abner
Took oath of fidelity and allegiance in Queen Anne’s County, 1778
Reference Maryland Historical Society MS 1814
KNOTTS, Absalom
Served on grand jury on 8/25/1779 and took oath "to prevent the growth of Toryism"
Reference Queen Anne’s County court minutes
KNOTTS, Absalom Jr.
Took oath of fidelity and allegiance in Queen Anne’s County, 1778
Reference Maryland Historical Society MS 1814
Took oath of fidelity and allegiance in Queen Anne’s County, 1778
Reference Maryland Historical Society MS 1814
KNOTTS, James
Private in the Queen Anne’s County Militia 1776
Reference Maryland Historical Society MS 1814
KNOTTS, John
Took oath of fidelity and allegiance in Queen Anne’s County, 1778
Reference Maryland Historical Society MS 1814
Served on grand jury on 8/25/1779 and took oath "to prevent the growth of Toryism"
Reference Queen Anne’s County court minutes
KNOTTS, John Jr.
Took oath of fidelity and allegiance in Queen Anne’s County, 1778
Reference Maryland Historical Society MS 1814
Served on grand jury on 8/25/1779 and took oath "to prevent the growth of Toryism"
Reference Queen Anne’s County court minutes
KNOTTS, Nathan
Took oath of fidelity and allegiance in Queen Anne’s County, 1778
Reference Maryland Historical Society MS 1814
KNOTTS, Solomon
Took oath of fidelity and allegiance in Queen Anne’s County, 1778
Reference Maryland Historical Society MS 1814
KNOTTS, William
Private in the Queen Anee’s County militia, 1776
Maryland Historical Society MS 1814 and Archives of Maryland, Vol. 18)
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