THE GREEN MOUNTAIN BOYS Page 138
From "NEW YORK IN THE REVOLUTION"
These muster-rolls are recorded as "Major Brown's Detachment,"
and that detachment is mentioned as in "General Arnold's
Regiment." The fact that the "Green Mountain Boys" were at
Quebec in 1776; that this detachment was also at Quebec in 1776;
that two of the officers on these rolls,-- Captain and Commissary
Elijah Babcock and Captain Robert Cochran,-- are identical in
name and rank as those on a list handed to the Provincial
Congress of New York by Ethan Allen and Seth Warner, on July 4,
1775, as officers for the Green Mountain Boys; and the further
fact that none of the men are recorded in any other place, or
with any other organization, all confirm the belief that the
soldiers on its rolls herewith were a part of that historic band.
Colonel Ethan Allen, Adjutant William Satterlee,
Colonel Seth Warner, Quartermaster Jonathan Capron,
Major John Brown, Quartermaster Samuel McClund,
Captain and Commissary Elijah Babcock
Captain Gideon Brownson, Lieutenant Palmerly Allen,[more]
Captain Robert Cochran, Lieutenant Michael Dunning,
Captain ------ Goodrich, Lieutenant James Goold,
Captain ------ Hopkins, Lieutenant Ebenezer Hyde,
Captain Charles Nelson, Lieutenant William Lighthall,
Lieutenant David Pixley,
Lieutenant Walter Switz,
Lieutenant Elishama Tozer,
Lieutenant Ebenezer Walbridge
Lieutenant Seth Wheeler
Ensign Benoni Grant
Ensign William Lighthall.