Capt. Orange TRAIN, John TRAIN ~ Vermont 1781 Rev. War lookup
 A Pay Roll of Capt. Orange Train's Company in Col. Lee's Regiment of Militia commencing the 20th day of October and ending Nov. 1781, inclusive-the money being due from the State of Vermont.
William Fox, entered Oct. 20, 1781;
left Oct. 29, 1781; days 10; per month 2 pounds; amount of wages 0.13.4 [13 shillings, 4 pence];
miles 18, amt. for travel 0.6.0; total pay 0.19.4.
Sunderland, [Bennington Co.] March 23, 1782.
This Pay Roll examined and approved, the Treasurer is directed to pay the same...Timothy Brownson, Nathl. Brush, Committee.
Treasurer's Office, March 30, 1782, recd. of Ira Allen, Treasurer...in full for and in behalf of Capt. Orange Train... John Train.
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, 1998, Vol. II, pages 473-474.
I have more military data.They were not my VT ancestor.Sorry, I do not know if either Orange or John TRAIN were related to your family.