Militia Officers in Virginia, June 1699

Henrico County

Col. William Byrd - Commander in Chief
Lt.-Col. William Randolph
Major Peter Feile

Charles City County

Col. Edward Hill - Commander in Chief
Lt.-Col. Edward Hill, Jr.
Major Charles Goodrich

Surrey County

Col. Benjamin Harrison - Commander in Chief
Major Henry Tooker

Isle of Wight County

Lt.-Col. Samuel Bridges - Commander in Chief
Major Henry Baker

Nansemund County

Lt.-Col. George Nasworthy - Commander in Chief
Major Thomas Swann

Princess Anne County

Lt.-Col. Anthony Lawson - Commander in Chief
Major John Thoroughgood

Norfolk County

Lt.-Col. Lenwell Mason - Commander in Chief
Major James Wilson

Elizabeth City County

Lt.-Col. William Wilson - Commander in Chief
Major Anthony Armestead

Warwick County

Lt.-Col. Miles Cary - Commander in Chief
Major William Cary

James City County

Col. Philip Ludwell - Commander in Chief
Lt.-Col. Henry Duke

York County

Col. Edmund Jennings - Commander in Chief
Lt.-Col. Thomas Ballard
Major William Buckner

New Kent County

Col. John Lightfoot - Commander in Chief
Lt.-Col. Joseph Foster
Major William Bassett

King and Queen County

Col. William Leigh - Commander in Chief
Major Joshua Story

Gloucester County

Col. Matthew Page - Commander in Chief
Lt.-Col. James Ransom
Major Peter Beverley

Middlesex County

Col. Ralph Wormeley - Commander in Chief
Lt.-Col. Matthew Kemp
Major Robert Dudley

Essex County

Col. Ralph Wormeley - Commander in Chief
Lt.-Col. William Moreley
Major John Catlett

Lancaster County

Col. Robert Carter - Commander in Chief
Lt.-Col. Joseph Ball

Northumberland County

Col. Robert Carter - Commander in Chief
Lt.-Col. George Cowper
Major Rodham Kenner

Westmoreland County

Col. Richard Lee - Commander in Chief
Lt.-Col. Willowby Allerton
Major Francis Wright

Richmond County

Col. Richard Lee - Commander in Chief
Lt.-Col. George Taylor
Major Thomas Lloyd

Stafford County

Lt.-Col. George Mason - Commander in Chief
Major Thomas Owsley

Accomack County

Col. Charles Scarburgh - Commander in Chief
Lt.-Col. Edmund Scarburgh
Major Richard Bayley

Northampton County

Col. John Custis - Commander in Chief
Lt.-Col. Nathaniel Littleton
Major William Waters

Headlam, Cecil, ed., Calender of State Papers, Colonial Series (Volume 17), America and West Indies, 1699, also Addenda, 1621-1698. Preserved in the Public Record Office (Vaduz: Kraus Reprint Ltd., 1964) First Published London: HMSO, 1908. pp. 267-268.

Information about later Virginians in the military can be found in the book:

Pension Lists of 1792 1795 With Other Revolutionary War Pension Records

 

 

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