Yes that helped very much! I went down to the Library of Congress yestaurday, and hit the jackpot on rosters/pensions of all states. Many of the books were so old the Vermont book just about broke apart in my hand. Quite amazing stuff.
Well the good news is there were no "Prouty's and "Pellerin's" in new hampshire, new jersey and delaware. The Prouty's are on my mother's mother's side and the Pellerin's are on my mother's father's side. The Pellerin's were French fur trappers back in the 1600/1700's this proves that they did move down to Louisianna. Some stayed north and joined 2 new york regiment's (57th and 123rd).
I consider myself lucky to be stationed at the Pentagon and have easy access to the LOC and national archives. But with the two wars going on finding time is the problem. I work as an engineering advisor about every 3-6 months I am sent with our staff out to Afghanistan. As a historian, I marvel at Alexander the Great's campaign through the rugged mountain passes in Afghanistan.
Again, thank you for all of your help, Sir