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Loyalist Directory: Lewis (Louis, Lutwich, Lutwick) Ettinger (Eddinger, Elinger)

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Surname : Ettinger (Eddinger, Elinger)
Given name : Lewis (Louis, Lutwich, Lutwick)
Rank : Sergeant
Where Resettled : Douglas township, Hants county, Nova Scotia
Status as Loyalist :  
Proof of Loyalty : "[Library and Archives Canada: Ward Chipman Fonds MG23–D1, Microfilm C9818, vol. 27, pages 300–301] TRANSCRIPT OF THE MUSTER ROLL OF THE 10TH (OR CAPT. ALLAN MacDONNELL'S) COMPANY OF THE 2ND BATTALION OF THE YOUNG ROYAL HIGHLAND REGIMENT OF FOOT (21 JANUARY 1778)"
Notes (Expunged, Suspended, Reinstated) :  
Regiment : 84th Royal highland regiment of Foot 2nd Battalion 10th Coy under Major John Small
Enlistment Date : September 3 1776
Date & Place of Birth : Germany 1751
Settled before war : Northampton county
Date & Place of Death : Kennetcook Nova Scotia 1839
Place of Burial : Kennetcook Nova Scotia
Wife Name : Elizabeth Carr married April 9, 1793 Kennetcook Nova Scotia
Children : Isabelle
Daniel Mackenzie
John Christopher
Archibald Carr
Mary Ann
Anne Reid
Robert Carr, Margaret
Mary Louise
Jane Kyle
Biography :  
Proven Descendants : Nova Scotia 2016.02.18 (William R. Morrison);
Military Info : Lutwich Eddinger, July 9, 1776. enlisted under Captain Hagenbuch in Second Battalion of the Northampton County Associators in Rosters from the Pennsylvania Archives. They were captured at the Battle of Brooklyn in August 1776 and he enlisted with the 84th in Sept. 1776
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Sources : Information provided by William Morrison
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