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The German Element of the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia

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117, 118.
9. Scotch-Irish of the Valley, p. 87.
10. Palmer's Calendar, Vol. II, p. 686.
POUTICS AND WAR. 143 ing are German: Adam Heiskell, George Heiskell, Fred- erick Kurtz, Adam Kurtz, Peter Lauck, Simon Lauck, John Schultz, Jacob Sparry." Howe says that Peter Lauck and John Schultz outlived all the rest of the band. How long they survived is not known; but the Government records show that they were both living and drawing pensions in 1835.
In a roster of Capt. Thomas Buck's Shenandoah compa
...ny, made at Woodstock and dated August and September, 1777, at least 23 German names, including that of Jacob Yost, second lieutenant, appear in a total of 45. ^^ The writer, after searching vainly through various lists of Revolutionary soldiers for a muster roll of the 8th Virginia, or German Regiment, commanded at the outbreak of the Revolution by Muhlenberg, has recently been informed by Hon. James Hay, member of the House Committee on Mili- tary Affairs, that no roll of this regiment is preserved.

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