Hi Cathy, " A Payroll of Capt. Benjamin Whitney's Company, Col. Bradley's Regiment raised to assist the Sheriff to go to Guilford on which the following persons are allowed for the no. of days service set to their several names: Capt. Benjamin Whitney 5 Travel: 30 miles Dated at Westminister, Sept. 15th, 1782." page 807
"A Return of the Commissioned Officers of the four Companies of Rangers commanded by Major Hoisington, signed by James Clay Chairman was also read and certain Muster Rolls of the said Companies were also delivered in (as follows): 1st. Lieut. Nathl. or Benjn. Whitney 2nd Lieut. Jehiel Robbins both in Days Company." pages 818 and 819
"Changes in the First (Lower) Regiment: August 18, 1778. Benjamin Whitney, Ensign of Westminister Co." page 823
"Companies of the Rangers. Abner Seelye, Captain Benjamin Whitney, 1st Lieutenant Jehiel Robbins, 2nd Lieutenant,"etc. page 825
"Companies in the Southern Regiment. Westminister, Vt. Ensign Benjamin Whitney," etc page 826
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, 1998, Volumes 1 and 2, 1998. ================================== "BENJAMIN WHITNEY served from April 12 to April 21, 1814 in Capt. Eseck Sprague's Company, Sumner's Regt."
Source is "State of Vermont ROSTER OF SOLDIERS IN THE WAR OF 1812-14", prepared and published under the direction of Herbert T. Johnson The Adjutant General, 1933, page 453. Transcribed by Jan