Colonel Jacob Klock's Regiment
Tyron County Militia
(Second Battalion-Palatine District)
1775-1784

 

By James Morrison
1992


The following lists contains all the known men to have been killed, wounded, captured, or injured during their service in Colonel Klock's Battalion.  The men will appear with the date and rank at the time they were killed, wounded, captured or injured.

 

KILLED

BATTALION OFFICER

First Major Harmanus VAN SYLKE August 6, 1777

COMPANY OFFICERS

Captain Andrew DILLENBACH August 6, 1777
Captain John DYGERT August 6, 1777
Captain Christopher P. FOX August 6, 1777
First Lieutenant John ZIMMERMAN August 9, 1781
Second Lieutenant John Jr. BELLINGER August 6, 1777
Second Lieutenant John VAN SYLKE July 22, 1781
Second Lieutenant Matthew WORMUTH June 2, 1778
Lieutenant Petrus GRANT August 6, 1777
Lieutenant Jacob MYERS October 25, 1781
Sergeant Uriel COMB August 6, 1777
Sergeant Johannes RITTER August 6, 1777
Sergeant Jacob TIMMERMAN August 9, 1781
Sergeant George SNELL August 6, 1777
Corporal Christian FINK August 6, 1777
Fifer John Jr. SNELL August 6, 1777
Fifer Nicholas VAN SYLKE August 6, 1777

PRIVATES

Jacob APPLEY April 20, 1779
John George BAUN August 6, 1777
Frederick BELLINGER August 6, 1777
John Frederick BELLINGER August 6, 1777
James BELLINGTON August 6, 1777
Samuel BILLINGTON August 6, 1777
John COOK October 19, 1780
Jacob EMPIE August 6, 1777
George GAGO August 6, 1777
Nicholas GRAY August 6, 1777
Henry HART April 20, 1779
Peter HENNER August 6, 1777
Christian HUFFNAGEL August 6, 1777
Henry LAMPMAN August 6, 1777
Jacob LEPPER August 6, 1777
Johannes Caspar LERHERI July 10, 1781
William MERCKLY August 6, 1777
Peter PARIS August 6, 1777
Martines PUTMAN August 6, 1777
Nicholas Sr. SMITH August 6, 1777
Frederick SNELL August 6, 1777
Jacob SNELL August 6, 1777
Jacob F. SNELL August 6, 1777
John Sr. SNELL August 6, 1777
Joseph SNELL August 6, 1777
Suffernus SNELL August 6, 1777
Lawrance STAM October 19, 1780

WOUNDED

COMPANY OFFICERS

Captain John BREADBAKE August 6, 1777
Captain Christopher W. FOX August 6, 1777
Captain Nicholas RECHTOR April 20, 1779
Ensign Henry TIMMERMAN August 6, 1777
Sergeant John COOK August 6, 1777
Sergeant Jacob SNELL October 19, 1780
Sergeant Henry A. WALRATH May 26, 1781
Corporal John BRADBUCK August 6, 1777
Corporal Peter LAMPMAN August 6, 1777
Corporal Jacob H. WALRATH August 6, 1777

PRIVATES

Charles BISHOP August 6, 1777
John F. EMPIE October 25, 1781
William LOUCKS August 6, 1777
Alexander MARTIN August 6, 1777
Philip NELLIS August 6, 1777
James PHILIPS August 6, 1777
Frederick RASBELL August 6, 1777
John SALTSMAN August 6, 1777
Han Yost SNELL October 25, 1781
Nebel SPANK August 6, 1777
Garret SULBACK August 6, 1777
Nicholas WALRATH August 6, 1777
George WALTER August 6, 1777
Peter WORMWOOD October 25, 1781

PRISONERS

COMPANY OFFICERS

Captain John KEYSER, Sr. Taken March 15, 1780 and released September 3, 1781
Captain John ZEELY Taken October 25, 1781
Lieutenant Jacob Conrad KLOCK Taken March 6, 1780 and released May 21, 1783
Ensign Peter SITTS Taken June 2, 1778
Sergeant Johannes PEIFER Taken April 3, 1780 and released May 24, 1783
Sergeant John SHULTS Taken July 26, 1782 and released December 10, 1782
Sergeant William SHULTS Taken July 26, 1782 and released December 8, 1782
Sergeant Jacob ZIMMERMAN Wounded and taken August 9, 1781 and released December 1, 1782
Corporal John HELMER Taken April 3, 1780 and released May 21, 1783
Corporal Michael I. KEYSER Taken March 15, 1780
Corporal John KRING Taken September 5, 1780 and released May 23, 1783
Corporal Conrad LAWER Taken October 17, 1780 and released December 6, 1782

PRIVATES

BAXTER, Thomas Taken May 27, 1780 and released April 19, 1780
BOYER, Valentine Taken May 3, 1781 and released December 3, 1782
CASSELMAN, Peter Taken August 2, 1780 and released November 2, 1781
EADLE, George Taken April 3, 1780 and released October 25, 1780
FAILING, Jacob Taken August 5, 1780 and released September 25, 1781
FAILING, John D Taken August 14, 1781 and released September 5, 1781
FORBUSH, Bartholomew Taken September 19, 1779 and released April 21, 1783
FORBUSH, John Taken April 3, 1780 and released May 21, 1783
FORBUSH, Nicholas Taken April 10, 1780 and released May 19, 1783
GARLOCK, Adam Taken July 30, 1782 and released December 16, 1782
GARTER, John Sr. Taken April 3, 1780
GARTER, John Jr. Taken April 3, 1780
HELLEGAS, Peter Taken August 9, 1781 and released May 21, 1783
KEYSER, John Jr. Taken March 15, 1780
KLOCK, Conrad Taken May 27, 1780 and released April 19, 1780
KLOCK, John Taken October 17, 1780 and released December 6, 1782
LAWER, John Taken October 17, 1780 and released December 6, 1782
LOBDELL, Daniel Taken April 3, 1780
LOBDELL, Isaac Taken April 1, 1780 and released May 21, 1783
LOBDELL, Joseph Taken April 1, 1783 and released May 21, 1783
LOUCKS, George Taken October 6, 1781 and released December 6, 1782
LOUCKS, Peter Taken August 6, 1777
NELLIS, George Taken July 15, 1782 and released May 21, 1783
NEWMAN, Joseph Taken March 2, 1780 and released may 21, 1783
PICKERD, Bartholomew Taken April 3, 1780 and released May 1, 1783
PICKERD, John Taken August 26, 1781 and released November 11, 1782
RUMSNIDER, Henry Taken September 2, 1780 and released September 2, 1781
SHAFER, Henry Taken March 15, 1780
SHULTS, Henry Taken July 26, 1782 and released December 10, 1782
SMITH, John Taken April 20, 1779
SPONNABLE, John Taken August 5, 1777
STARING, Jacob Taken May 21, 1780 and released May 23, 1783
VAN SLYKE, Jacobus Taken July 24, 1779 and released March 20, 1783
WALRATH, Adolph Taken May 26, 1781 and released September 3, 1781
WALRATH, Garret Taken August 6, 1777
WALRATH, Henry Taken August 6, 1777
WALRATH, John A. Taken May 26, 1781 and released December 20, 1782
WOLEBER, Nicholas Taken August 6, 1777
YOUKER, Jacob Taken April 3, 1780

INJURED

COMPANY OFFICERS

KOCK, Captain Rudolph--- Injured in July 1780 by being hit in the eye by a water bucket while assisting some women in getting water from the well at Fort Paris

PRIVATES

NELLIS, Henry W.--- Accidentally shot in the chest in the summer 1776 by George Waggoner at Fort Waggoner
NESTLE, Godliep ---Injured in the summer of 1777 when a wagon was tipped over on him

  

Dedicated volunteer, Jo Dee Frasco, typed the above article as well as many others for this site but also including other counties such as Herkimer/Montgomery, Oneida and Madison counties.  She also enjoys being the township editor of the Town of Schulyer on Herkimer County's GenWeb page.

  


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