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Evans' Regiment of Militia

Evans' Regiment of Militia

1st activation 8 September 1777

2nd activation 1778
Country American Colonies
Allegiance New Hampshire Colony
Branch Infantry
Type Militia
Part of Continental Army

Bemis Heights

Battle of Rhode Island

1st disbandment 15 December 1777

2nd disbandment 1778
Stephen Evans

Evans' Regiment of Militia also known as the 4th New Hampshire Militia Regiment was called up at Exeter, New Hampshire on September 8, 1777 as reinforcements for the Continental Army during the Saratoga Campaign. The regiment marched quickly to join the gathering forces of General Horatio Gates as he faced British General John Burgoyne in northern New York. The regiment served in General Ebenezer Learned's brigade of the Continental Army. With the surrender of Burgoyne's Army on October 17 the regiment was disbanded on December 15, 1777. The Regiment was called up again as part of Gen. John Sullivan's army at the unsuccessful Battle of Rhode Island in 1778.


  • State Builders: An Illustrated Historical and Biographical Record of the State of New Hampshire. State Builders Publishing Manchester, NH 1903
  • Provincial and State Papers of New Hampshire

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