Capt. Levi GOODNOW [GOODENOUGH] ~ Rev War 1775 ~ of Vermont ~ LOOKUP REPLY
"~Capt. Levi GOODENOUGH'S [GOODNOW] Company of Rangers in Col. Samuel HERRICK'S Regiment in 1777, raised in Putney, Sept. 3, 1778 of Ira Allen Esq., Treasurer."
~[Committee on Payrolls] State of Vermont, in council Arlington Aug. 22nd, 1778...Resolved that Jonas FAY, Benjamin CARPENTER and Ira ALLEN hereby authorize to adjust & settle Capt. Levi GOODENOUGH'S payroll for his service in Lt. Col. Samuel HERRICK'S Regt. of Rangers in the year 1777, and the treasurer is hereby directed to pay the several balances that may be due on the same. By order of Governor & Council.
"Sept. 6, 1777 Capt. William FITCH directed to deliver to Capt. GOODENOUGH two side of leather out of Marshes Fatts.No objections to Jesse FIELDS assisting Commissay Brush until Gen. LINCOLN's pleasure shall be known."
"June 18, 1778 Col. WALBRIDGE ordered to take command on 101 men draughted from Col. HERRICK'S regiment and march them to Rutland-to help guard the Frontiers.An order to Sergt. GRISWOLD for provisions for 2 tory prisoners.Committee to settle Roll of Capt. L. GOODENOGH'S Company for 1777."
Source is book "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, Volumes I and II, 1998, pages 47, 576, 696, 783, and 788. Transcribed by Jan J.