Maryland Brigade

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5th Maryland Regiment - American Revolution
... The first 5th Maryland Regiment was organized on 27 March 1776 composing of eight companies of volunteers from the counties of Queen Anne's, Kent, Caroline, and ... On 22 May 1777, it was assigned to the 1st Maryland Brigade and re-organized on 12 May 1779 to nine companies ... The regiment was re-assigned from the 1st Maryland Brigade to the Maryland Brigade on 1 January 1781 ...
1st Maryland Regiment - History
... On 6 July 1776 the Maryland Battalion was assigned to the main Continental Army ... On 12 August 1776 it was assigned to Stirling's Brigade and five days later (17 August 1776) adopted into the main Continental Army ... On 31 August the Maryland Battalion was re-assigned from Stirling's Brigade to McDougall's Brigade ...
2nd Maryland Regiment
... The 2nd Maryland Regiment origins were authorized on 14 January 1776 in the Maryland State Troops as seven independent companies ... were organized from various counties from the eastern region of the colony of Maryland ... In January 1777 the seven companies were organized as the 2nd Maryland Regiment with one additional company added ...

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