1. ^ Names, military ranks and dates are taken from the grave stones.
Additional note about William Willcocks as Judge Advocate:
On April 12, 1780, the New Jersey Gazette ran a notice of a court martial that mentions Willcocks' role:
"A General court-martial of the State, of which Col. Neilson is appointed President, is ordered to sit at Chatham, on the 27th instant... Mr. Wilcocks [sic] is appointed to act as Judge Advocate of this court. By order of his Excellency Governor Livingston April 10, 1780."
This April 12, 1780 New Jersey Gazette article was reprinted in the Archives of New Jersey:
William Nelson, editor, Archives of the State of New Jersey, Second Series, Vol IV (Documents Relating to the Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey / Extracts from American Newspapers Relating to New Jersey) (Trenton: State Gazette Publishing Company, 1914) p.297
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