William Johnson, a Schaghticoke physician, and others, “false Traitors against this State,” were indicted for treason in July 1780, after they assembled armed at Half Moon and moved to Quebec, which was under British government.
New York State Archives, New York State Supreme Court of Judicature (New York) Pleadings and Other Civil and Criminal Court Documents, 1699-1837, JN522-17, file P-1103.
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