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The Commander-in-Chief"s Guard, Revolutionary War

by Carlos E. Godfrey

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Published by Geneal. Pub. Co. in Baltimore .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Regimental histories.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Carlos E. Godfrey.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE260 .G58 1972
      The Physical Object
      Pagination302 p.
      Number of Pages302
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5286578M
      ISBN 100806305185
      LC Control Number72005683
      OCLC/WorldCa507994

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      Biography of William Coram (), who served throughout the American Revolution as a member of the elite Commander-in-Chief's Guard, also known as Washington's Life Guard. After the War, he settled in Warren County (now McDuffie County), Georgia, and became a leader of the Georgia Militia and a charter member and leader of Union Baptist. The Commander-In-Chief's Guard | The Commander-in-Chief's Guard was a unit of the Continental Army that protected General George Washington during the American Revolutionary War. Formed in , the Guard was with Washington in all of his battles and was eventually disbanded in at the end of the war.


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The Commander-in-Chief"s Guard, Revolutionary War by Carlos E. Godfrey Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Get this book in print. AbeBooks; On Demand Books; Amazon; Find in a library; All sellers» The Commander-in-chief's Guard, Revolutionary War. Carlos Emmor Godfrey. Stevenson-Smith Company, ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed. Description: pages: illustrations ; 22 cm: Contents: Introduction --History of the Guard --Roster of the Infantry Guard --Roster of the Cavalry Guard --Records of the Officers and Men --Elijah Fisher's Diary --Calendar for the Years to --References to the Introduction --References to the History.

Over officers and men formed the personal guard of General Washington, and the rosters and service records contained herein make this work a virtual Revolutionary War honor roll.

The first part is a history of the Commander-in-Chief’s Guard from its formation on Ma to its dissolution on Decem Details about COMMANDER IN CHIEF'S GUARD & REVOLUTIONARY WAR GODFREY REPRINT See original listing.

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$End date: Buy The Commander-in-Chief's Guard. Revolutionary War by Carlos E. Godfrey from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £   Throughout the American Revolutionary War, George Washington’s personal bodyguard was an elite corps of infantry and mounted men.

It was officially entitled The Commander-in-Chief’s Guard, but was more commonly known as The Life Guard. The Commander-in-Chief's Guard: Revolutionary War.

Washington, DC Stevenson-Smith Publishers, Lossing, Benson. The Pictorial Field-Book of the Revolution. Two volumes, New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, Ward, Harry M. George Washington's Enforcers: Policing the Continental Army.

Carbondale: Southern illinois University Press. General George Washington created an elite unit of the Continental Army in March, Known as the Commander-in-Chief Guards, or C-in-C Guards for short, these men were selected to be the general's personal guard, to protect himself, baggage, and records of the war.

General Washington requested drilled men, selected for their sobriety, honesty, and good behavior. [8] Jenn Winslow Coltrane, Lineage Book: National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (Washington DC: GPO, ), [9] Carlos Emmor Godfrey, The Commander in Chief’s Guard, Revolutionary War (Washington, DC: Stevenson-Smith Co., ), [10] Fitzpatrick, The Writings of George Washington, The Commander-in-Chief's Guard: Revolutionary War.

Baltimore: Clearfield, ISBN: Blue wrappers, pp., new. Paperback. [] Originally published inthis facsimile printing is illustrated and gives the history of the cream of the crop of Revolutionary soldiers, who served as Washington's personal Rating: % positive.

The Commander-in-Chief’s Guard, commonly known as Washington’s Life Guard, was a unit of the Continental Army that protected General George Washington during the American Revolutionary War.

Formed inthe Guard was with Washington in all of his battles. It was disbanded in at the end of the war. ==Creation and organization=. Over officers and men formed the personal guard of General Washington, and the rosters and service records contained herein make this work a virtual Revolutionary War honor roll.

The first part is a history of the Commander-in-Chief's Guard from its formation on Ma to its dissolution on Decem Carlos Godfrey's book, "The Commander in Chief's Guard" is considered to be the definitive publication on George Washington's personal bodyguard unit.

at his residence in Warren County. Served 7 years in the Revolutionary War, was a lifeguard of General Washington for many years. Member of the Baptist Church.

DG (Daily Gazette. The Commander-in-Chief's Guard, Revolutionary War - Ebook written by Carlos Emmor Godfrey. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Commander-in-Chief's Guard, Revolutionary War.

The original Commander-in-Chief's Guard, from which Company A claims nominal lineage, was authorized on March, 11 and organized the next day at Cambridge, Massachusetts as the bodyguard and personal escort to Gen.

George Washington. To the consternation of the revolutionary government in Philadelphia, it came to be referred to as "His Excellency's Guard" and "Washington's Life Guard.

Alpha Company within The Old Guard features the Commander-in-Chiefs Guard that displays Revolutionary War style movements. We take a look at a new Soldier to the Command and Chiefs Guard and show. On This Day in History Ma The Commander-in-Chief's Guard is formed.

On this day in history, Mathe Commander-in-Chief's Guard is formed, a unit charged with the personal protection of the Commander-in-Chief's personal household and the papers and money belonging to the Continental Army.

With the taking of Dorchester Heights on March 4, George Washington knew .Reproducing items from the Revolutionary War. Officers & NCOs pg. and Book of the Continental Soldier by Harold L Peterson, This epaulette is based upon an original displayed at the Fort Ligonier Museum and purportedly was used by the Commander-in-Chiefs Guard.

For use by Sergeants and Corporals per Regulations.I have been involved in Revolutionary War living history for close to 25 years now. I belong to the Commander and Chiefs Guard Reenactment unit here in PA and the 2nd PA Regiment.

I’ve known of William Pace in the CNC guard for many years now but never knew much about him. It was great to read this and learn more about the man who’s name I.