Source:Clyde, John Cunningham. Rosbrugh, a Tale of the Revolution, or Life, Labors and Death of Rev. John Rosbrugh, Chaplain in the Continental Army,

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Source Rosbrugh, a tale of the revolution, or Life, labors and death of Rev. John Rosbrugh, chaplain in the Continental Army, clerical martyr of the revolution, killed by Hessians, in the battle of Assunpink, at Trenton, New Jersey, Jan. 2d, 1777
founded upon a paper read before the New Jersey Historical Society at its meeting in Trenton, January 15th, 1880; to which is appended genealogical data of all the Rosbrughs of the connection in America
Author Clyde, John Cunningham
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Surname Rosbrugh, Thatcher
Subject History
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Type Miscellaneous
Publisher [s.n.]
Date issued 1880
Place issued Easton
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Clyde, John Cunningham. Rosbrugh, a tale of the revolution, or Life, labors and death of Rev. John Rosbrugh, chaplain in the Continental Army, clerical martyr of the revolution, killed by Hessians, in the battle of Assunpink, at Trenton, New Jersey, Jan. 2d, 1777: founded upon a paper read before the New Jersey Historical Society at its meeting in Trenton, January 15th, 1880; to which is appended genealogical data of all the Rosbrughs of the connection in America. (Easton: [s.n.], 1880).
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