Vandenbergh's Regiment of Militia
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|Vandenbergh's Regiment of Militia|
|Allegiance||State of New York|
|Part of||New York Militia|
The Vandenbergh's Regiment of Militia, also known as the 5th Albany County Militia Regiment, was called up in July, 1777 at Rennselarwych, New York to reinforce Gen. Horatio Gates's Continental Army during the Saratoga Campaign. The regiment served in Brigadier General Abraham Ten Broeck's Brigade. With the defeat of General John Burgoyne's British Army on October 17, 1777 the regiment stood down.
- Bibliography of the Continental Army in New York compiled by the United States Army Center of Military History
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