George Washington Papers

Orders, 26 April 1756


Parole: Taunton.

Winchester: Monday, April 26th 1756.

A Regimental Court Martial to sit immediately for Trial of George Livingston.1 Lieutenant Eustace, President.2


1George Livingston seems not to have remained in the Virginia Regiment, for his name has not been found on any of the company size rolls or payrolls after this date.

2GW promoted Hancock Eustace of Northumberland County from ensign to lieutenant in September 1755. Eustace, who was in Capt. William Bronaugh’s company, left the Virginia Regiment in June 1757 and in 1758 served in the 2d Virginia Regiment.

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