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Samuel Webb was Silas Deane's private secretary, then First Liet. of Chester's company in American Revolution. In 1776 he was appointed Washington's private secretary and aide-de-camp. In 1777 he was captured at the Battle of Long Island and wasn't released until 3 years later.
Wethersfield March 3d 1777 Received of Capt. Edward Mulbley Sixty Two, Ten pounds Notes. from No. 3262 to 3323 Inclusive and five Pounds in Change, which he this day Received from the Treasury and gave bond for. Sam. B. Webb
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Samuel Webb, Samuel B. Webb, Edward Mulbley, 1777
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Webb, Samuel Blatchley, "Receipt for 62 ₤10 notes paid to Samuel B. Webb by Capt. Edward Mulbley, 1777." (1777). Broadus R. Littlejohn, Jr. Manuscript and Ephemera Collection. 102.
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