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4. The notes of foreman Joseph Mayo of Roxbury have not survived, but those purportedly taken by Deacon Edward Pierce are in MHi: Photostats, and are here set out:
Hugh Wite. James Baley Saw White. Josiah Simpson Saw White. Thos: Hall Saw White.
William Warren. James Dodge Knew Warren. Nicholas Feriter Saw Warren at the fray. Josiah Simpson Saw Warren Under arms in the Party. Theodore Bliss Saw Warren fire.
William Whems, Josiah Simpson Saw Whems Under arms in the Party. Thos: Hall Saw Whems.
John Carroll. Mr. Austin Saw Carrall and heard Six or Seven Guns. James Baley Saw Carrall fire the Second Gun. John Danbrook Saw Carrall. Thos Hall Saw Carrall.
William McCawley. Mr. Austin Says that he Saw McCawley Load his Piece and Push his Bayonet at him.
Matthew Killroy. Lanksford Saw Killroy Present his Gun and fird and Gray fell at his feat then Pushd his Bayonet at Lanksford and run it through his Cloaths. Francis Archible Saw Killroy. Hemenway <Saw> heard Killroy Say he would not Miss an opportunity to fire on the Inhabitance. Nicholas firiter Saw Killroy. Joseph Crosswell Saw Killroy. Bayonet Bloodey the next morning. Thos Crawswell Saw Killroy. Jonathan Cary Saw the Same.
James Hartengem. John Danbrook Saw Hartengem. Josiah Simpson Saw Hartengem.
Hugh Montgomery. Test. James Baley Saw Mongomory fire the first Gun. Pointed towards the Molatto he Stood the Third from the Right. Parms Saw Mongomery and Pushd at me With his Bayonet twise. John Danbrook Saw Mongomory fire and Saw two Persons fall Near together. Jed: Bliss Saw Mongom Push his Bayonot and fire he thinks he heard Six Guns fire. Thos Wilkinson Saw Mongomory and heard Seven Guns fire and one Snap.