Moylan, Stephen, a Revolutionary officer, was colonel of the 4th Pennsylvania Regiment of light dragoons.  He was born in Ireland in 1734, and a the breaking out of the Revolution offered his services to Gen. Washington.  HE was at Germantown, Oct 4, 1777, with Wayne in the expedition to Bull's Ferry, July 20, 1780, and in 1781 accompanied Gen. Green to the southward.  Nov. 3, 1783, he was made a brigadier-general by brevet.  The following particulars appear in Saffell's "Records of the War," page 51:  "Sept. 30, 1779, Paid by Mr. Pierce to Patrick Bennett, for recruiting the 4th Regiment of Light Dragoons, to be accounted for by Colonel Moylan, $5,000."  Col Moylan's name also appears in the list of officers of the Continental army entitled to half-pay.-Saffell, p 427.  Col Moylan was appointed register and recorder of Chester County on 7th April, 1792, to succeed Persifor Frazer, deceased, and resided on a farm in the twp of Goshen, in said county.  He held those offices until Dec. 13, 1793, when he was succeeded by Col John Hannum.