Jon, " A payroll of Capt. Elias Weld's Militia Company, who marched to Royalton [Vt.] and Haverhill [NH] in the alarm, Oct. 1780. Days: 3 Miles: 35 ~Darius LISCOMB, Fifer Pay per day: 0.1.6 Total 0.16.2 ~Nehemiah LISCOMB ~Thomas LISCOMB Pay per day: 0.1.4 Miles: 35 Total 0.15.8. June 19, 1781 received of Ira Allen, Treasurer, the contents of this order. Paul Spooner. pages 276 and 277 ================================== " A payroll of Lieut. Daniel Spooner's Company of Militia that marches to Orford [Quebec] on the Alarm, March 1781. ~Nehemiah LISCOMB Days: 2 Per day: 1.4 amount paid: 2.8 Miles: 32 Per mile: 4d Total: 0.13.4. [13 shillings, 4 pence] A true roll. Attest Daniel Spooner, Lt. Windsor County, Windsor, April 17, 1781. Sworn before John Fassett, Asst." p. 347
Source is '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, 1998, Volume 1.