| Tryon County Militia
On October 5, 1776, a "Resolution of Congress" was laid before the Tryon County Committee of Safety appointing Nicholas Herkimer, Esq., Brigadier General of the Brigade of Militia of the County of Tryon.
During the American Revolution there were five regiments, formed according
to their geographical locations, which comprised the Tryon County Militia:
SECOND REGIMENT (Palatine District):
THIRD REGIMENT (Mohawk District): ]
FOURTH REGIMENT (German Flatts & Kingsland Districts):
FIFTH REGIMENT (frontier settlements of Tryon County to be protected
by Ranger Companies):
source of data on the Tryon County Militia - Roberts, James A. New York In The Revolution, As Colony and State. Vol. I. Albany, N.Y., 1904. Full transcription of Roberts' list from Tryon County NYGenWeb.