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Full text of "Florida militia muster rolls, Seminole Indian Wars."

FLORIDA 



DEPARTMENT OF 



MILITARY AFFAIRS 




Special Archives Publication 
Number 

74 



FLORIDA MILITIA MUSTER ROLES: 

SEMINOLE INDIAN WARS 

VOL. 8 

Stats Arsenal 
St. Francis Barracks 
St. Augustine, Florida 



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STATE OF FLORIDA 
DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS 

OFFICE OF THE ADJUTANT OENERAL 



POST OFFICE BOX 1008 

STATE ARSENAL. ST. AUGUSTINE 

32085-1008 



These Special Archives Publications are produced as a service to Florida communities, 
historians and any other individuals, historical or geneaological societies and both national 
and state governmental agencies which find the information contained therein of use or 
value. They are automatically distributed to all official Florida State archival records 
depositories. 

At present, only a very limited number of copies of these publications are produced. 
They are provided to certain state and national historical record depositories and other 
public libraries and historical societies at no charge. Any copies remaining are given to 
other interested parties on a first come, first served basis. 

Information about the series is available from the Historical Services Division, Depart- 
ment of Military Affairs, State Arsenal, PO Box 1008, St. Augustine, Florida 32085. 



Robert Hawk 
Director 



FLORIDA STATE DKPOSITORIIS 



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This series of the Florida Indian Wars Militia Muster Roles has 
been produced through the courtesy of the Jacksonville 
Genealogical Society. The Historical Services Division of the 
Florida Department of Military Affairs provided the photostatic 
copies of the original muster roles and individual members of the 
Jacksonville Genealogical Society laboriously transcribed the 
information contained therein and later, proofed and typed them. 
They have been accorded the right to produce these I ists in book 
form for commercial sale. 

The Department would like to express its deepest appreciation to 
the Society for their willingness to help us provide this 
important historical material to the widest possible audience. 



Robert Hawk 
D i rector 



MUSTER ROLLS, FLORIDA INDIAN WARS 
VOLUME 8 
Pages 1-2 

Muster Roll of Capt. E. E. MIZELL'S Mounted Company of the 2nd Regiment 
E. F. Volunteers, 2nd Brigade Florida Militia , commanded by Col. WM. J. 
MILLS, entered into the service of the United States on the requisition 
of Maj . Gen'l. THOS. S. JESUP, to serve six months unless sooner dis- 
charged under the Act of Congress of the 23rd of May 1836 entitled "An 
Act Authorizing the President of the United States to accept the services 
of volunteers and to raise an additional regiment of Dragoons or Mounted 
Riflemen. 

Columns used were Enrollment (when, where, by whom), description of horses 
distance from place of rendezvous (miles) and remarks. All men were en- 
rolled at New River Meeting House by Lt. Wall (portion unreadable) on 
June 16, 1837. Description of horses and miles will follow after each 
man. 



1. E. E. MIZELL, Capt., 1 servant, James (black) & 

sorrel and 1 bay 

2. DAVID BRUTON, 1st Lt. , 1 servant, David (Black) 

Black and 1 Bay 

3. MORGAN PREVATT, 2nd Lt. , 1 servant (Yellow) & 2 

and 1 Bay 

1. WARREN MOOR, 1st Sergt. , 1 sorrel horse; 2 miles 

2. JAMES HERRINGTON, 2nd Sergt., 1 sorrel horse; 10 miles 

3. DAVID MIZELL, 3rd Sergt. , 1 Roan horse; 5 miles 

4. PETER O'QUIN, 4th Sergt., 1 Bay horse; 40 miles 

5. RILEY MOOR, 1st Sergt., 1 Bay horse; 5 miles 

6. WM. JOHNS, 2nd Sergt., 1 sorrel horse; 2 miles 

7. BRITTON DIXON, 3rd Sergt., 1 Bay horse; 25 miles 



2 horses , 1 
& 2 horses, 1 
horses, 1 Gray 



PRIVATES 



1. 
2, 



4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 

8. 

9. 
10, 



BROADWAY, WM. , Gray horse; 40 miles 11. 
BRADLEY, JOHN, Sorrel horse; 

60 miles 12. 

BRANCH, BRITTON, Sorrel horse; 

25 miles 13. 

CROSBY, WM. , no horse; 20 miles 
DRYDEN, JOHN, Bay horse; 70 miles 14. 
ELLIS, JONAS, Roan horse; 40 miles 
ELVINGTON, JAMES, Black horse; 15. 

45 miles 
FOURACRES, JESSEE, Black horse; 16. 

25 miles 
GARRISON, MICHEL, Bay horse; 20 miles 17. 
GARNER, JAMES, Bay horse; 25 miles 

Pension Nov. 1/79 



GARRISON, A. D. , Bay 

horse; 25 miles 
GIGER, JAMES M. , Black 
horse; 35 miles 

JAMES; Black 
35 miles 
CADER, Sorrel 
35 miles 
LITTLE, Bay 
8 miles 

Sorrel horse; 



HANCOCK, 

horse; 
HANCOCK, 

horse; 
HANCOCK, 

horse; 
HULL, WM. 

20 miles 
JOHNS, THOS. 

18 miles 



Sorrel horse; 



Page 1-2 PRIVATES cont'd 

18. JOHNS, A. H. , Bay horse; 18 miles 

19. JOHNS, WM. , JUNR. , Bay horse; 90 miles 

20. JOHNS, TARLTON, Bay horse; 90 miles 

21. JOHNS, SILAS, Sorrel horse; 90 miles 

22. JOHNS, JOHN, Sorrel, horse; 90 miles 

23. JOHNS, FURWELL, Bay horse; 90 miles 

24. JOHNS, CORNELIUS, Gray horse; 18 miles 

25. JOHNS, WM. 1st, Bay horse; miles 

26. JOHNS, JAMES, Bay horse; 90 miles 
2 7. JOHNS, LUKE, Gray horse; 20 miles 

28. JOHNS, WM. , 2nd, Gray horse; 20 miles 

29. MOORE, BEN, Sorrel horse; 5 miles 

30. MCKINNEY, CHARLES, Sorrel horse; 2 miles 

31. MOORE, HENRY, Sorrel horse; 5 miles 

32. MANN, DANIEL J., Bay horse; 30 miles 

33. MIZEL, MORGAN, Sorrel horse; 5 miles 

34. MIZEL, DAVID, SEN., Sorrel horse; 5 miles 

35. OQUIN, ELIJAH, Black horse; 8 miles 

36. PELHAM, LEVI, Bay horse; 8 miles 

37. PREVAT, JAMES, Sorrel horse; 8 miles 

38. PREVAT, JOHN M. , Roan horse; 20 miles 

39. PREVAT, JOSEPH R. , Gray horse; 90 miles 

40. RANDAL, LEWIS, Black horse 18 miles 

41. ROLLINS, ROBERT, Black horse; 20 miles 

42. PIGGONS, WM. G. , Sorrel; 90 miles 

43. SPARKMAN, JOHN, Black horse; 30 miles 

44. SPARKMAN, PETER, Gray horse; 30 miles 

45. STRICKLIN, CAIN, Sorrel horse; 10 miles 

46. SN0WDEN, JAMES, Bay horse; 8 miles 

47. SNOWDEN, ABSOLAM, Sorrel horse; 8 miles 

48. SCOTT, WM. , Bay horse; 8 miles 

49. SPARKMAN, JOHN 2nd, Bay horse; 20 miles 

50. STONE, DAVID, Bay horse; 90 miles . 

51. STRICKLIN, ABRAHAM, Sorrel horse; 150 miles (Wl 

52. STRICKLIN, MATHEW, Bay horse; 150 miles ~ 

53. TUCKER, W. W. , Gray horse; miles 

54. WORTHINGTON, SAM'L H. , Bay horse; 10 miles 

55. WORTHINGTON, JAMIEL, Black horse; 10 miles 

56. WILLS0N, ELISHA, Bay horse; 40 miles 

57. WILKES0N, ELIJAH, Sorrel horse; 40 miles 

58. YELVINGTON, JACOB, Gray horse; 40 miles 

59. RICHARD, GANEY enrolled at Lt. BRUTON , sorrel horse; miles 

60. MIZELL, OWEN K. " " " " , sorrel horse 

I certify on honor, that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
E. E. MIZELL' S Company of East Florida Volunteers, and that the remarks se 
opposite each officer and private are cooit (as written) and just. 

E. E. MIZELL, Capt. 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and 
that I have this 7th day of Oct. 1837 mudtered and inspected the above named 
company of Fla. Volunteers. 

WMM. WALL, Lt. 3rd Arty. U. S. Army 



Pages 3-4 

Muster Roll of Capt. E. E. MIZELL'S Company of the 2nd Regiment, 2nd Bri- 
gade of East Florida Mounted Volunteers commanded by C. W. J. MILLS ordered 
into service of the United States by Maj . Gen'l. T. S. JESUP under the Act 
of Congress approved May 23, 1836 from the 16th day of June. 1837 to the 
18th day of Dec. 1837 when discharged. 

Columns used were name, rank, when enrolled, where and by whom, number 
of miles to the place of rendezvous, number of miles from place of discharge 
home and remark.es. All officers and men were enrolled June 16, 1837 at Fort 
White by Capt. MIZELL for 6 months; pay due from enrollment and all men were 
40 miles to place of rendezvous and 40 miles from place of discharge home. 

1. E. E. MIZELL, Capt.; 1 servant, John, and 2 horses 

2. DAVID BRUTON, 1st Lt. ; sick at Fort White; 1 servant, David 

and 2 horses 

3. MORGAN PREVATT, -2nd Lt. , 1 servant, Tom & 2 horses 



1. 
2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6 

7. 



WM 



WARREN MOORE, 1st Sergt. 

JAS. HERRINGTON, 2nd Sergt.; horse sick with glanders, & shot 

11th Nov. according to order of Gen'l. JESUP of 9 Nov. 
DAVID MIZELL, JR., 3rd Sergt. 
PETER OQUIN, 4th Sergt. 
RYLEY, MOORE, 1st Corporal 

JOHNS, 2nd Corporal 
BRITTON DIXON, 3rd Corporal 









PRIVATES 


1. 


BRADWAY, WM. 






19. 


2. 


BRADLEY, JNO. 






20. 


3. 


BRANCH, BRITTON 






21. 


4. 


CROSBY, WM. 






22. 


5. 


DRYDEN, JOHN 






23. 


6. 


ELLIS, JOHNAS 






24. 


7. 


ELVINGTON, JAMES 






25. 


8. 


FOURACRES, ISAAC 






26. 


9. 


GANEY, RICH'D 






27. 


10. 


GARRSON, MICHEL 






28. 


11. 


GARNER, JAMES 






29. 


12. 


GARRISON, A. D. 






30. 


13. 


GIGER, JAS. M. 






31. 


14. 


HANCOCK, JAMES 






32. 


15. 


HANCOCK, CATER 






33. 


16. 


HANCOCK, LITTLETON 






34. 


17. 


HALL, WM. 






35. 


18. 


JOHNS, THOS. ; Horse 


died 


36: 




with glanders S> s 


lot on 


37. 




11th Nov. according 


to 


38. 




order of Col. JESUP 


of 


39. 




Nov. 9 






40. 



JOHNS, A. H. 
JOHNS, WM. W. 
JOHNS, TARLTON 
JOHNS^«i|LAS 

johns'Ikohn 
johns, burwell 
johns, cornelius 

JOHNS, WM. 1st 
JOHNS, JAS. 
JOHNS, LUKE 
JOHNS, WM. 2nd 
MOORE, BENJ'N. 
MIKINNEY, CH'S 
MOORE, HENRY 
MANN, DAN'L. J. 
MIZELL, MORGAN 
MIZELL, OWEN K. 
MIZELL, DAVID, SENR. 
OQUIN, ELIJAH 
PELHAM, LEVI 
PREVATT, JAMES 
PREVATT, JNO. M. 



Page 3-4 cont'd 



41. PREVATT, JOS. R. 50. 

42/ RANDALL, LEWIS 51. 

43. ROLLINS, ROBERT 52. 

44. RAGIN, WM. G. 53. 

45. SPARKMAN, JOHN; horse 54. 

snake bitten and died 55. 

from the wound on the 56. 

march 10 Nov. & re 57. 

mounted same day 58. 

46. SPARKMAN, PETER 59. 

47. STRICKLIN, CAIN 60. 

48. SNOWDEN, JAMES 61. 

49. SNOWDEN, ABRAHAM 



SCOTT, WILLIAM 
SPARKMAN, JNO. 2nd 
STONE, DAVID 
STRICKLIN, ABRAHAM 
STRICKLIN, MATTHEW 
TUCKER, W. W. 
WORTHINGTON, SAM'L H. 
WORTHINGTON, SAM'L. 
WILKINSON, ELIJAH 
WILKINSON, ELISHA 
YELVINGTON, JACOB 
SNOWDEN, JOHN; omitted by 
mistake in original roll 



I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt, 
E. E. MIZELL'S Company of the Regt. of East Florida Mounted Volunteers 
for the period herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name 
of each officer and soldier, are accurate and just, and that the recapit- 
ulation exhibits, in every particular, the true state of the company. 



E. E. MIZELL, Capt. 
Commanding the Company 



Date: Dec. 18, 1837 
Station: Fort Gilliland, Fla. 



I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and 
that I have this 18th day of Dec. 1837 mustered and minutely inspected 
the above named company of East Florida Mounted Volunteers who are hon- 
orably discharged from the service of the United States. 

S. CHURCHILL, Ma j . Art. 
Inspector Gen'l. Army South & 
Mustering Officer 

Page 5-6 

Muster Roll of Capt. ENOCH E. MIZELL'S Company of the 1st Regt. of Flor. 
Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. WM. J. BAILEY ordered into service of 
the United States by Br. Gen'l. W. K. ARMISTEAD from the 22nd day of Aug, 
1840 to the 22nd day of Nov. 1840 

Columns used were name, rank, date of arrival, when mustered, by whom, 
period and number of miles travelling to rendezvous. All men arrived 
Aug. 22, 1840; mustered Aug. 22, 1840 by Maj . S. CHURCHILL for 3 months, 
and no miles to rendezvous. 



1. ENOCH E. MIZELL, Capt. 

2. BENJAMIN MOODY, 1st Lt. 



WM. B. BROOKS, 2nd Lt, 



Page 5-6 cont'd 



J. R. PREVATT, Sgt. 
JOHN PEARCE, Sgt. 

JOHN D. OSTEEN, Corp'l. 
JOHN M. PREVATT, Corp'l. 

ABRAM OSTEEN, Bugler 



MIZELL, JOSHUA 
MIZELL, DAVID 
MIZELL, MORGAN 
MIZELL, JOSEPH 
MCKINNA, JAMES 
OSTEEN, REUBEN 
PARISH, EZEKIEL 
PARISH, JOHN 
PARISH, JOSIAH 
PARISH, ODEN 
PARISH, HIRAM 
PEARCE, WILLIAM 
PEARCE, JAMES C. 
PREVATT, MORGAN 
PREVATT, JAMES N. 
PREVATT, JOHN 
PREVATT, REUBEN 
RANDALL, LUTHER 
THOMAS, JESSE 
THOMAS, ALLEN 
THOMAS, WILLIAM 0. 
TUCKER, LEWIS 
VINZANT, BERRY 
WILLIAMS, JACOB 
WILLIAMS, EDWARD 
WILLIAMS, ISAAC 
WICKWISE, HENRY 
WEEKS, EZEKIEL 
WEEKS, JAMES 
WEEKS, JOHN 
WLAKER, WILEY 

RECORD OF EVENTS 
EXTRACT : 

Hd. Qrs. of the Army, Washington 
May 5, 1840 
In mustering this force into the service, you will instruct the mustering 
to include in the muster, the militia now in the service of the Territory 
from the date entered it, and to muster out of service such of them as may 
wish to retire. 

I am Sir, 
A true Extract 
S. CHURCHILL, Ma j . 3rd Art. Signed, A. MACOMB, Maj . Gen'l. , Com'd. in Chief 





1. HENRY SAPP, 1st 


. Sgt. 


3. 




2. WILLIAM VINSANT 


, Sgt. 


4. 




1. JAMES VINZANT, ( 


Zorp'l. 


3. 




2. BRITT0N GEORGE, 


Corp'l. 


4. 




1. WM. C. PARRISH, 


Bugler 


2. 






PRIVATES 


1. 


ARMSTRONG, CHRISTIAN 




31. 


2. 


BROOKS, JAMES 




32. 


3. 


CROSBY, WILLIAM 




33. 


4. 


CROSBY, WILLIAM C. 




34. 


5. 


CLARK, CAD EN 




35. 


6. 


COSTER, ELISHA 




36. 


7. 


CAS ON, BARTY 




■ 37. 


8. 


DOUGLASS, ALEXANDER 




38. 


9. 


DRYDEN, JOHN 




39. 


10. 


DIAS, JOHN D. 




40. 


11. 


GASKINS, THOMAS 




41. 


12. 


GASKINS, JORDAN 




42. 


13. 


GANNY, ASHLEY 




43. 


14. 


GANNY, RICHARD 




44. 


15. 


HANCOCK, STEPHEN 




45. 


16. 


HANCOCK, JAMES 




46. 


17. 


HANCOCK, DURHAM 




47. 


18. 


HANCOCK, LITTLETON 




48. 


19. 


HANCOCK, MARTIN 




49. 


20. 


HALLBROOK, JACOB 




50. 


21. 


JOHNS, ARCHIBALD 




51. 


22. 


JOHNS, WILLIAM 




52. 


23. 


JOHNS, CORNELIUS 




53. 


24. 


JOHNS, BURWELL 




54. 


25. 


JONES, JOHN A. 




55. 


26. 


JONES, DAVID 




56. 


27. 


MARCUM, WILLIAM 




57. 


28. 


MATHEWS, JOHN 




58. 


29. 


MOODY, NATHANIEL 




59. 


30. 


MARCUM, WILLIAM 




60. 
61. 



Page 5-6 cont'd 

I certify on honor, that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
ENOCH E. MIZELL'S Company of Flor. Mounted Militia for the period herein 
mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and soldier, 
are accurate and just, and tha the recapitulation exhibits, in every par- 
ticular, the true state of the companu. 



Date: 
Station: 



Aug. 22, 1840 
Fort Call E. F. 



ENOCH E. MIZELL, Capt. 
Commanding the Company 



Page 7-8 

Muster Roll of Capt. ENOCH E. MIZELL'S Company of 1st Regt., Brigade of 
Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by W. J. BAYLY ordered into service of 
the United States by the Secretary of War from the 22nd day of August 1840 
to the 29th day of Nov. 1840 when discharged. 

All officers and men arrived at the rendezvous on Aug. 22, 1840 and muster- 
ed same day by Ma j . S. CHURCHILL FOR 3 months; pay due from enrollment; 
no miles to rendezvous, 20 miles from place of discharge home. 



1. 
2. 
3. 
1. 

2. 
3. 
4. 

1. 



1. 
2. 
3. 



5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 
9. 

10. 

11. 
12, 



ENOCH MIZELL, Capt. 
BENJAMIN MOODY, 1st Lt. 
WM. H. BROOKS, 2nd Lt. 
HENRY SAPP, 1st Sergt. 
WILLIAM VINZANT, Sergt. 
P. R. PREVATT, Sergt. 
JOHN PEARCE, Sergt. 
WILLIAM C. PARISH, Bugler 
sick at Ft. Call from 
Nov. 17 



1. 

2. 
3. 

4. 



JAMES VINZANT, Corp'l. ; 

Natural Bridge from Nov. 
BRITTON GEORGE , . Corp ' 1 . 

JOHN D. 0STEEN, Corp'l. 
JOHN M. PREVATT, Corp'l. 



^ 



PRIVATES 



sick near 
17 



ARMSTRONG, CHRIST 'N. 13. 

BROOKS, JAMES 

CROSBY, WILLIAM, sick at 14. 

New River from Nov. 26 15. 

CROSBY, WILLIAM E. , sick at 16. 

New River from Nov. 27 17. 

CLARK, CADEN 18. 

CARTER, ELISHA 19 

CASON, BURTY 20. 

DOUGLAS, ALEX'r. 21. 

DRYDEN, JOHN, sick at New 22. 

River from Nov. 26 23. 

DEAS, JOHN D. , sick at New 24. 

River from Nov. 26 25. 

GASKINS, THOMAS 26. 

GASKINS, JORDAN 27. 



GANNY, ASHLEY, SICK AT Ft. Call 

from Nov. 25 
GANNY, RICHARD 
HANCOCK, STEPHEN 
HANCOCK, JAMES 
HANCOCK, DURHAM 
HANCOCK, LITTLETON 
HANCOCK, MARTIN 
HALLBROOK, JACOB 
JOHNS, ARCH'd. 
JOHNS, WM. 
JOHNS, CORNELIUS 
JOHNS, BURWELL 
JONES, JOHN A. 
JONES, DAVID 
MARCUM, JOHN 



Page 7-8 cont'd 



28. 


MARCUM, WILLIAM 


29. 


MATTHEWS, JOHN 


30. 


MOODY, NATH'L 


31. 


MIZELL, JOSHUA 


32. 


MIZELL, DAVID 


33. 


MIZELL, MORGAN 


34. 


MIZELL, JOSEPH 


35. 


MCKINNA, JAMES 


36. 


OSTEEN, REUBEN 


37. 


PARISH, EZEKIEL 


38. 


PARISH, JOHN 


39. 


PARISH, JOSIAH, sick at 




Fort Call from Nov. 1 


40. 


PARISH, ODEN 


41. 


PARISH, HIRAM 


42. 


PEARCE, WILLIAM 


43. 


PEARCE, JAMES C. 


44. 


P REV ATT, MORGAN 


45. 


PREVATT, JAMES N. 


46. 


P REV ATT, JOHN 


47. 


PREVATT, REUBEN 



48. RANDALL, LUTHER 

49. THOMAS JESSE 

50. THOMAS, ALLEN 

51. THOMAS, W. 0., sick at Fort Call 
from Nov. 24 

52. TUCKER, LEWIS N. 

53. VINZANT, BERRY, sick near Natural 
Bridge from Oct. 28 

54. WILLIAMS, JACOB 

55. WILLIAMS, EDWARD 

56. WILLIAMS, ISAAC, sick near Natural 
Bridge from Nov. 19 

57. WICKWIRE, HENRY 

58. WEEKS, EZEKIEL, sick near Alliga- 
tor from Nov. 29 

59. WEEKS, JAMES 

60. WEEKS, JOHN 

61. WALKER, WYLY, sick at Suwannee 
Springs from Nov. 9 



I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
ENOCH E. MIZELL 'S Company of the Florida Mounted Militia for the period 
herein mentioned that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and 
soldier, are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation exhibits, in 
every particular, the true state of the company 

Date: Nov. 29, 1840 E. E. MIZELL, Capt 

Station: Lancaster (Alligator) Commanding the Company 
Rec'd January 5, 1841 

I ^ft'ify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and that 
I have this 29th day of Nov. 1840 mustered and minutely inspected the above 
named company of Flor. Mounted Militia, who are hereby honorably discharged 
from the service of the United States. 

S. CHURCHILL, Ma j . 3rd Art. 

Inspector and Mustering Officer 
Page 9 

Descriptive Roll of Capt. NORMAN A. MCLEOD'S Regiment of Flor. Mt'd. Vols, 
mustered out of service January 19, 1858. 

Columns used for this roll were Rank, name, where born (Territory or 
County; State or Kingdom), heighth, complexion, eyes, hair and occupation. 

NORMAN A. MCLEOD, Catp, Wilkson Co., Ga. ; 5'8", blue, dark, farmer 
R0BERS0N CRUSHFIELD, 1st Lt. , Wilkson, Ga. ; 5 ' 8" , fair, blue, dark, farmer 

REUBEN MARSH, 2nd Lt.,_ 

(left blank) 

BERRY MILLS, 1st Sergt., Burke Co., Ga. , 5'6", fair, blue, dark, farmer 



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FERNDINAND MILLS, Sergt. , no data given 

DAVID HALL, Sergt., Ware Co., Ga. ; 5 '9", fair, blue, dark, Farmer 

DANIEL P. MONROE, Sergt., Mongomery, N. C. , 6', fair, dark, black, farmer 

CASWELL, C. BOSTICK, Corp'l., Anderson, S. C. ; 6', fair, grey, light, 

farmer 
JOHN M. GILES, Corpl. , Wilmington, N. C. ; 5*9", blue, light, farmer 
JOEL T. MOORE, Corp'l., Halifax, N. C. 5'6", fair, blue, light, farmer 
MARQUIS D. WATSON, Bugler, Monroe, Ala. 5 '6", fair, grey, light, farmer 
JOHN GRANTHAM, Bugler, Lowndes ?, Geo., 5 '5". fair, blue, light, farmer 
ISAAC P. C. BUFORD, Farrier, Nassau, Fla. , 6'. fair, blue, dark, farmer 
BAILEY, JUQUISH, Pvt. , Edgefield ?, S. C. , 5 '9", fair, dark, light, farmer 
BAILEY, SILAS, Pvt., Jefferson, Geo., 6', dark, blue, dark, farmer 
BERRY, SIMPSON, Pvt., Baker, Geo., 5', dark, blue, light, farmer 
BOST, JOHN T. , Pvt., Upson, Geo., 5 '2", light, blue, light, farmer 
BURTON, WILLIAM, Lownds , Geo., 6', dark, blue, light, farmer 
CARRALL, BENJAMIN, Pvt., Barnwell, S. C. , 5 '11", dark, blue, light, farmer 
CARLTON, THOMAS, Pvt., Lownds, Geo., 5 '12", fair, blue, light, farmer 
CARTER, ELISHA W. , Clarke, Geo., 5', fair, blue, dark, farmer 
COKER, WESLEY A., Pvt., Madison, Fla. 5 '2", fair, blue, light, farmer 
DEBERRY, JOHN C. , Barnwell Dist. , S. C. , 5'10", fair, grey, dark, Med. Dr. , Pvt, 
DUPREE, ERASTUS, Branning, Geo., 5'6", fair, blue, dark, farmer, Pvt. 
DUPREE, LUCIEN D. , Pvt., Glenn, Geo., 5 '9", fair, blue, dark, farmer 
DUNCAN, DANIEL, Died, no other data 
EZELL, THOMAS D. , Pvt., Sampson, N. C. , 5'7", fair, grey, dark, farmer 

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GRANGER, WILLIAM, Pvt., Orange Dist., S. C. , 5 '9", fair, blue, dark, farmer 
HAWTHORNE, ELISHA Y. , Pvt., Morgan, Geo., 5.'11", fair, dark, farmer 
HENDERSON, LEVI, Dool'ey , Geo., 5 ' 2" , fair, blue, dark, farmer 
HUTTO, WILLIAM A., Pvt., Orangeburg, Dist., S. C. , 5 ' 3" , fair, blue, light, 

farmer 
JOHNSON, JAMES A., Pvt., Charleston ?, S. C. , 5 '11", fair, gray, light, 




light, blue, dark, farmer 



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NOBLES, COLIN M. , Pvt., Columbus, N. C. , 5 ' 10" , light, blue, light, farmer 
PATTERSON, MEPIER? , Pvt., N. Y. ,N. Y. , 5 ' 8" , dark, blue, dark, farmer ? 
PERRY, THOMAS, Pvt., Greensboro, S. C. , 5', light, blue, light, farmer 
P0L0CK, DAVID, Pvt., Richland, S. C. , 5'4", dark, dark, dark, farmer 
RAINS, MATHEW, Pvt., no data 

SAPP, JOHN, Pvt., ?, Fla., 5 '4", dark, dark, dark, farmer 

SAUNDERS, FREDERICK, Pvt., Providence, R. I., 5'7", dark, blue, dark, 

farmer 
SPRALES, SOLOMON, Pvt., Richmond, N. C. , 6' 4", dark, blue, dark, farmer 

STONE, ANDREW J., Pvt., , Geo., 5'6", dark, blue, dark, farmer 

TERRELL, JOHN M. , Pvt., Liberty, Geo., 5 ' 10" , dark, grey, dark, farmer? 

TERRELL, SAMUEL, Lowndes, Geo., 5'0", light, grey, dark, farmer 

TOMPHSON, JOHN, Washington, Geo., 6", dark, grey, dark, farmer , Pvt. 

WEBB, FRANKLIN, Pvt., Catawba, N. C. , 6', dark, blue, dark, farmer 

WELLS, THOMAS, Pvt., Lowndes, Geo., 5'8", light, blue, dark, farmer 

WELLS, WILLIAM H., Pvt., Lowndes, Geo., 5'11", light, blue, dark, farmer 

WHITE, BENSON A., Pvt., no data 

WILLIAMS, JEPTHA B. , Pvt., Warren, Geo., 5'3", light, blue, dark, farmer 

WILSON, ROBERT, No data 

BRADFORD, DAVID J., Pvt., Irvin, Geo., 5 '4", light, blue, dark, farmer 

WELLS, MITCHELL, Irvin, Geo., 5'8", dark, blue, ?, farmer 

MARSH, C. W. , Irvin, Geo., 5'4", light, blue, dark, farmer 

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Descriptive Roll of Capt. W. G. MOSELEY'S company of Fla. Mt'd. Volunteers 
mustered out of service June 29, 1857. 

This hand drawn roll contains columns headed as follows: 1. Name, 2. Rank 
3. Where born: Town 1 County/State or Kingdom, 4. Height (feet/inches), 5. 
Color (complexion/eyes /hair, and 6. Occupation. 

Capt. WILLIAM G. MOSELEY, no data 

1st Lt. ROBERT MICKLER, no data 

2nd. Lt. WINSTON STEPHENS, no data 

1st Sgt. JAMES W. CARTER, Chester Dist., S. C, 5'10", fair, blue, fair, 

farmer 
Sgt. LEVIN DRYSDALE, St. Johns, Fla., 5' 8", dark, dark, dark, farmer 
Sgt. JAKES TURNER, Duvall, Fla.5'6", dark, dark-, dark, farmer 

Sgt. BURTON WILLIAMS, St. Johns, Fla. 5'9", dark, gray, brown, (not shown) 
Corp'l. WILLIAM MICKLER, St. Augustine, Fla., 5'11", fair, gray, brown, 

farmer 
Corp'l. JOHN A. ROSE, Pvt., St. Augustine, Fla., 5'6", dark, dark, dark, 

farmer 
MINOR, R. G. STEPHEN, Corp'l. Dallas Co., Ala., 5'7", sallow, gray, brown, 

farmer 
JACKSON, POOLE, Corpl. .Orangeburg, S. C. , 5'6", fair, gray, brown, farmer 
MANUEL SANCHEZ, Bugler, St. Augustine, Fla., 5 ' 6" , sallow, gray, brown, 

farmer 
JOHN A. IRWIN, Bugler, St. Augustine, Fla., 5 ' 5" , fair, dark, dark, farmer 
SAMSON BEARFIELD, Farrier, Bibb Co., Geo., 6', fair, gray, brown, farmer 



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PRIVATES 

ALLISON, WILLIAM, England, 5 ' 5" , fair, gray, brown, farmer 
BENNETT, STEPHEN, St. Augustine, Fla. 5*8", sallow, gray, brown, farmer 
BAYA, FRANCIS, St. Augustine, Fla., 5'5", sallow, gray, brown, farmer 
BAYA, TERIO, St. Augustine, Fla., 5'6", sallow, gray, brown, farmer 
BRADIN, THEODORE, St. Augustine, Fla., 5'1", fair, fair?, fair, farmer 
BELL, LEWIS, Tampa, Fla., 5'6", dark, dark, dark, farmer 
BOWMAN, GEORGE R. , Sumpter Dist., S. C. , 5 ' 8" , fair, blue, brown, farmer 
BARROW, REUBEN T. B. , Lake ? Co., Fla., 5'5", sallow, gray, brown, farmer 
CANOVA, BARTOLO, St. Augustine, Fla., 5'3", sallow, gray, brown, farmer 
CROSBY, JAMES, Brooklyn, N. Y. , 5'5", sallow, ray, brown, famrer 
CARRARAS, STEPHEN, St. Augustine, Fla., 5 ' 8" , dark, dark, dark, farmer 
CARTER, JOSEPH. Chester Dist., S. C. , 6', sallow, gray, brown, farmer 
CANOVA, ANDREW, St. Augustine, Fla.., 5'7", dark, dark, dark, firsaer 
COLLIER, WILLIAM S., Columbia, Geo., 5'9", dark, dark, dark, farmer 
CAIN, DEMPSEY, Richmond, Va. , 5'10", sallow, blue, gray, farmer 

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COSTELLO, JOHN, N. Y. , 5'8", fair, gray, brown, farmer 
DAVIS, ENOCH, Mcintosh Co., Geo., 5'6", sallow, gray, brown, farmer 
DAVIS, BENJAMIN, Mcintosh Co., Geo., 5'7", sallow, blue, fair, farmer 
DAVIS, JACKSON, Mcintosh Co., Geo., 5'8", fair, gray, brown, farmer 
DANFORD, WILLIAM, Horry Dist. , S. C. 5'9", sallow, gray, dark, farmer 
FALANY, RAMON, St. Augustine, Fla., 4'9", sallow, gray, brown, farmer 
FUTCH, ALFRED, Bulloch Co., Geo., 5' 7", fair, gray, brown, farmer 

FLYNN, JAMES M. , ?, Geo., 5 '7", dark, dark, dark, farmer 

FLADDING?, JOHN W. , Hur Hissen, Germany, 5 ' 8" , dark, dark, dark, farmer 
FLOYD, ANTONION, St. Johns, E. F. , 5'10", sallow, gray, brown, farmer 
GEIGER, GEORGE, Karhaal, Fla., 5'3", sallow, blue, light, farmer 
HERNANDEZ, RAMON, St. Johns, E. F. , 5'5", dark, dark, dark, farmer 
HERNANDEZ, ALONZO, St. Johns, E. F. , 5'5", dark, dark, dark, farmer 

HAMILTON, JOHN, ?, Geo., 5', sallow, blue, light, farmer 

HAYS, JAMES H. , Canada, 5 '8", fair, gray, brown, farmer 
HERNANDEZ, EDWARD, St. Augustine, Fla., 5'1", dark, dark, dark, farmer 
JOHNS, NATHAN, Edgefield Dist., S. D. , 5*7", fair, gray, brown, farmer 
JORDAN, DANIEL, Ellsborough, N. H. , 6', sallow, blue, brown, farmer 
KIRBY, JOHN, Utica, N. Y. , 5'5", sallow, gray, brown, farmer 
KRELL, JOHN, Saxony, Germany, 5 ' 8" , fair, gray, brown, farmer 
KLINTZER, GEORGE, Bremer, Germany, 5' 5", fair, gray, brown, farmer 
LIVINGSTON, WILLIAM, Laurence, Geo., 6'2", fair, gray, brown, farmer 
LOPEZ, DOMINGO, St. Augustine, Fla., 5'4", sallow, gray, dark, farmer 
MASTERS, CASIMERO, SR. , St. Johns Co., Fla., 5'3", fair, gray, brown, 

farmer 
MASTERS, CASIMERO, JR., St. Johns Co., Fla., 5'4", dark, dark, dark, farmer 
MASTERS, MARK, St. Augustine, Fla., 5' 6", fair, gray, brown, farmer 
MASTERS, GASPAR, St. Augustine, Fla., 5*9", dark, dark, dark, farmer 
MASTERS, BARTOLO, St. Augustine, Fla., 5 ' 8" , fair, gray, brown, farmer 
MONTE, SELEA CELESTINE, St. Augustine, Fla., 5'8", dark, dark, dark, farmer 
MANUCY, FELIX, St. Augustine, Fla., 5'6", sallow, dark, dark, farmer 
MICKLER, ANTONIO, St. Johns Co., Fla., 5' 6", fair, gray, brown, farmer 
MCCLEAN, JOHN, Richmond Co., N. C. , 5 ' 3" , dark, dark, dark, farmer 



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NUTTER, ALONZO, deserted 

PAPY, JAMES, St. Johns, Fla. , 5 ' 8" , dark, dark, dark, clerk 

PELICIER, FLORENCE, St. Johns, Fla., 6', dark, dark, dark, farmer 

PELICIER, PETER, St. Johns, Fla., 5'9", dark, dark, dark, farmer 

PACETTY, VENANUCIO, St. Johns, Fla., 5'5", dark, dark, dark, farmer 

REYES, RAMON C. , Cuba, 5 '10", dark, dark, dark, farmer 

ROBERTS, BENJAMIN, Barnwell Dist., S. C. , 5'5", sallow, gray, brown, farmer 

ROSS, ABRAM, Chester D. , N. C, 5'10", fair, blue, fair, farmer 

ROSE, WILLIAM, New Orleans, La., 5'6", dark, dark, dark, farmer 

READDICK, ANDREW J., Camden Co., Geo., 5'11", fair, gray, brown, farmer 

RUSSELL, RICHARD R. , Beaufort Dist., S. C. , 5 ' 10" , fair, gray, brown, 

farmer 
READDICK, PETER, Camden Co., Geo., 5 ' 10" , sallow, blue, light, farmer 
READDICK, JOHN, Camden Co., Geo., 5'1", sallow, gray, brown, farmer 
SAPP, STEPHEN, Levy Co., Fla., 5 ' 1" , sallow, gray, dark, farmer 
SHIPES, JACOB, Barnwell Dist., S. C. , 5'8", dark, gray, dark, farmer 
STEWART, BARNEY, Bullock Co., Geo., 5'6", dark, gray, brown, farmer 
SIMMS, LESTON, St. Johns Co., Fla., 5'9", sallow, gray, brown, farmer 
SIMMS, JOHN, St. Johns Co., Fla., 5 ' 3" , 3", sallow, gray, brown, farmer 
SPIVEY, GEORGE W. , Columbus Co., N. C. , 5'9", sallow, gray, brown, farmer 
SOURCY, JOHN, St. Augustine, Fla., 5 ' 8" , fair, gray, brown, farmer 
TURNER, CORNELIUS, Duval Co., Fla., 5 '5", dark, dark, dark, farmer 
TURNIPSEED, JESSE, Richmond, S. C. , sallow, gray, brown, farmer 
TERREL, SAMUEL, Liberty Co., Geo., 5'9", sallow, gray, brown, farmer 
WELLS, MARTIN, Dublin Co., N. C. , 6', fair, blue, light, farmer 
YORK, JOHN, Philadelphia, Pa., 5'6", sallow, gray, brown, farmer 
REYES, FRANCIS P., Fernandina, Fla., 5'9", dark, dark, dark, farmer 

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Muster Roll of Capt. WILLIAM G. MOSELEY'S Company of Mounted Florida 
Volunteers called into the service of the United States by Bnt. Brig. 
Gen'l. WM. S. HARVEY under instructions from War Dept. (A. G. O.of 
Nov. 4, 1856 from the 29th day of Dec. 1856 (date of this muster) for the 
term of 6 months unless sooner discharged. 

Columns used were No., name rank, age, enrollment at general rendezvous 
(when, where, by whom, payment period), number of miles to place of ren- 
dezvous, and value of horse and horse equipment. All men were enrolled on 
Dec. 29, 1856 (unless shown otherwise) at Fort Brooke, Fla. by Capt. W. G. 
MOSELEY for 6 mos, number of miles to place of rendezvous, none are 
shown for from the place of discharge home, and value of horse and equip- 
ment to follow after each name. 

1. WILLIAM G. MOSELEY, Capt., age 32; $130-$15 
1. ROBERT MICKLER, 1st Lt., age 27; $150-$15 
1. WINSTON STEPHENS, 2nd Lt. , age 27; $200-$8 

1. JAMES W. CARTER, 1st Sergt. , age 30; $150-$17 

2. IRVIN DRYSDALE, Sergt., age 22, $175-$15 

3. JAMES TURNER, Sergt., age 34, $135-$8 

4. JOSEPH HOGG, Sergt., age 23; $90-$15 



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1. BURTON WILLIAMS, Corp'l., age 22, $$50-$12 

2. JOHN A. ROSE, Corp'l., age 21, $75-$12 

3. MINOR R. G. STEPHENS, Corp'l., age 21, $125-$20 

4. JACKSON POOLE, Corp'l., age 22., $75-$15 

1. MANUEL SANCHEZ, Bugler, age 19, $180-$12*5 

2. JOHN A. IRVIN, Bugler, age 20?, $50-$12 

1. SAMSON BEARFIELD, Farrier, age 28, $100-$15 

PRIVATES 

1. ALLISON, WILLIAM, age 19, Jany. 1, 1857, $75-$10 

2. BENNETT, STEPHEN, age 21, $40-$5 

3. BAYA, FRANCIS, age 20, $60-$5 

4. BAYA, TERICO, age 19, $50-7*5 

5. BRADIER, THEODORE, age 23, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 miles, $60-$15 

6. BELL, LEWIS, age 19, no miles, $150-$10 

7. BOWMAN, JOHN R. , age 25?, Jany. 1, 1857, 101 miles, $110-$22ls 

8. BARROW, REUBEN T. B. , age 26, Jany. 12, 1857, no miles, $80-$10 

9. CANOVA, BARTOLO, age 20, $60-$ 7 

10. CROSBY, JAMES, age 19, $35-$ 7% 

11. CARRARES, STEPHEN, age 32, $35-$5 

12. CARTER, JOSEPH, age 19, $130-$15 

13. CANOVA, ANDREW, age 22, $100-$12 

14. COLLIER, WILLIAM, age 41, Jany. 1, 1857, $140-$20 

15. CAIN, DEMPSEY, age 43, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 miles, $60-$12 

16. COSTELLO, JOHN, age 35, Jany. 16, 1857, 101 miles, $80-$8 

17. DAVIS, ENOCH, age 20, $40-$12 

18. DAVIS, BENJAMIN, age 19, $70-$4 

19. DAVIS, JACKSON, age 23, , $35-$15 
20.DANFORD, WILLIAM, age 21, Jany. 15, 1857, $50-$2% 

21. FELANY, RAMON, age 19, $40-$12 

22. FUTCH, ALFRED, age 21?, $40-$ 12 

23. FLYNN, JAMES M. , age 35, $130-$6 

24. FLADDING, JOHN W. , age 42, $40-$12 

25. FLOYD, ANTONIO, age 21, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 miles, $15-$3 

26. GEIGER, GEORGE, age 19, 200 miles, $100-$15 

27. HERNANDEZ, RAMON, age 23, $90-$7 

28. HERNANDEZ, ALONZO, age 19, $60-$12 

29. HAMILTON, JOHN, age 19, 101 miles, $40-$15 

30. HAYES, JAMES H. , age 21, Jany. 1, 1857, 101 miles, $75-$15 

31. HERNANDEZ, EDWARD, age 25?, Jany. 15, 1857, $90-$12 ,200 miles 

32. JOHNS, NATHAN, age 22, $135-$15 

33. JORDAN, DANIEL, age 35, no miles, $140-$15 

34. KIRBY, JOHN, age 41, Jany. 8, 1857, no miles, $40-$8 

35. KRELL, JOHN, age 35, $20-$15 

36. KLINTZER, GEORGE, age 21, Jany. 15, 1857, no miles, $40-$7% 

37. LIVINGSTON, WILLIAM, age 21, $40-$12 

38. LOPEZ, DOMINGO, age 24, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 miles, $50-$10 

39. MASTERS, CASIMERO, Senr. , age 25, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 miles, $$100-$10 

40. MASTERS, CASIMERO, Junr. , age 19, $40-$12 

41. MASTERS, MARK, age 19, $40-$10 



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42. MASTERS, GASPER, age 29, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 miles ,$75-$15 

43. MASTERS, BARTELO, age 32, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 miles, $60-$10 

44. MONTE, De Ocd? CELESTINE, age 21, no miles, $135-$25 

45. MANUCEY, FELIX, age 28, $40-$10 

46. MICKLER, ANTONIO, age 19, $50-$10 

47. MICKLER, WILLIAM, age 21, Jany. 15, 1857, $60-$15 

48. MCCLEAN, COLIN, age 37, $80-$18 

49. NUTTER, ALONZO, age 22, $40-$8 

50. PAPY, FRANCIS, age 19, $60-$12 

51. PELICIER, FLORENCE, age 24, $100-$10 

52. PELICIER, PETER, age 20, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 miles, $20-$5 

53. PACETTY, VENANICE, age 19, $40-$5 

54. REYES, RAMON C. , age 26, $25-$12*s 

55. ROBERTS, BENJAMIN, age 19, $110-$ 15 

56. ROSS, ABRAM, age 21, $135-$10 

57. ROSE, WILLIAM, age 19, $40-$15 

58. READDICK, ANDREW J., age 27, Jany. 16, 1857, 270 miles, $146-$11 

59. RUSSELL, RICHARD R. , age 22, Jany. 16, 1857, 200 miles, $85-$8 

60. READDICK, PETER, age 20, Jany. 16, 1857, 270 miles, $115-$10 

61. READDICK, JOHN, age 23, Jany. 16, 1857, 270 miles, $85-$8 

62. SAPP, STEPHEN, age 19, $25-$10 

63. SHIPES, JACOB, age 19, $40-$8 

64. STEWART, BARNEY, age 42, $40-$8 

65. SIMMS, LESTOR, age 19, 200 miles, $60-$10 

66. SIMMS, JOHN, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 miles, $75-$10 

67. SPIVEY, GEORGE W. , age 25, $25-$10 

68. SOURCEY, JOHN, age 24, Jany. 15, 1857, 250 miles, $90-$9 

69. TURNER, CORNELIUS, age 25, $100-$8 

70. TURNIPSEED, JESSE, age 23, $135-$15 

71. TERRILL, SAMUEL I., age 28, $40-$12 

72. WILLIAMS, JOHN, age 2_? , $40-$18 

73. WELLS, MARTIN, age 44, $40-$10 

74. YORK, JOHN, age 23, Jany. 11, 1857, no miles, $40-$10 

Muster Roll of Capt. W. G. MOSELEY'S Company of Moun ted Florida Volunteers, 
mustered into service 29 Deer., 1856 for 6 months at Fort Brooke, Fla. by 
BNT. Major F. N. PAGE, A. A. General mustered out July 29, 1857 at Fort 
Brooke, Fla. - Independent Company 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
WILLIAM G. MOSELEY'S Company of the Mounted Florida Volunteers for the period 
herein mentioned; that each man answers to his own proper name in person; and 
that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and soldier are ac- 
curate and just. 

W. G. MOSELEY, Capt. 

Date: Dec. 29, 1856 Commanding the company 

Station: Fort Brooke, Fla. 

We certify on oath that the figures opposite the name on this roll, for 
valuation of horses and horse equipments of the men, respectively, at the 
place of enrollment, according to our honest impartial judgment. 
M. POST) 

? TURNER) A PP r aisers 



Sworn to and subscribed before 

FRANCIS N. PAGE, Asst. Adjt. Gen'l. 
Date: Dec. 29, 1856 
Station: Fort Brooke, Fla. 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined the men whose names are 
borne on this Roll their horses, and equipments, and have accepted them 
into the service of the United States for the term of 6 months from the 
29th day of Dec. k.856. 

FRANCIS N. PAGE 

Asst. Adjt. Gen'l., Mustering Officer 
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Muster Roll of Capt. W. G. MOSELEY'S Independent Company of Mounted Florida 
Volunteers, commanded by blank , called into the serive of the United 
States by Bnt. Brig. Gen'l. W. S. HARNEY, 2nd Dragoons under instructions 
from War Dept. (A.G.O.) Florida Volunteers at Fort Brooke, Fla. (the place 
of general rendezvous) on the 29th day of Dec. 1857 to serve for the term 
of 6 months, from the date of enrollment, unless sooner discharged; from 
the 29th day of Dec. 1856 (when enrolled) to the 29th day of June 1857. 
The company was organized by Capt. W. G. MOSELEY at Palatka, Fla. in the 
month of December 1857 and marched thence to Fort Brooke, Fla. where it 
arrived the 29th of Dec. , a distance of 170 miles. 

Columns used were: name, rank, age, enrollment at general rendezvous 
(when, where, by whom, & period), mustered into servie (when, where, by 
whom) , travelling (to place of rendezvous and miles from place of dis- 
charge home), value of horse and horse equipments and remarks. The in- 
formation will appear after each name. 

1. WILLIAM G. MOSELEY, Capt., age 32, Dec. 29, 1856' at Fort Brooke 

Fla. by W. G. MOSELEY for 6 mos. ; mustered Dec. 29, 1856 at 

Fort Brooke by Ma j . F.N. PAGE; 170 miles -170 miles; $130-$ 15 
1. ROBERT MICKLER, 1st Lt. , age 27, Dec. 29, 1856 at Fort Brooke 

by Capt. W. G. Moseley for 6 mos.; mustered Dec. 29, 1856 by 

Maj. F. N. Page; 170 miles-170 miles; $150-$15 
1. WINSTON, STEPHENS, 2nd Lt. , age 27, Dec. 29, 1856 at Fort 

Brooke by Capt. W. G. Moseley for 6 mos.; mustered by Maj. F. 

N. Page at Fort Brook by Maj. F. N. Page Dec. 29, 1856; 170 

miles-170 miles; $200-$8 

1. JAMES W. CARTER, 1st Sgt. , age 30; Dec. 29, 1856 at Fort Brooke 
by Capt. W. G. Moseley for 6 mos.; mustered Dec. 29, 1856 by 
Maj. F. N. Page; 170 miles-170 miles; $150-$17 

2. IRVEN DRYSDALE, Sgt., age 22, $175-$15 

3. JAMES TURNER, Sgt., age 24, $135-$5 

4. BURTON WILLIAMS, Sgt., age 22, $30-$12, appointed Sgt. from 
Corporal April 30, 1857 Jos. HOGG discharged 

1. JOHN A. ROSE, Corp'l., age 21, $72-$12 

2. MINOR R. G. STEPHENS, corp'l., age 21, Jany. 1, 1857, Jany. 1, 
1857, $125-$20 

3. JACKSON POOLE, Corp'l., age 22, $75-$15 

4. WILLIAM MICKLER, Corp'l., age 21, Jany. 15, 1857. Jany. 15, 1857 
200 miles, 200 miles, $60-$15, appointed corporal Arpil 30, 1857 
TICE WILLIAMS promoted 



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1. MANUEL SANCHEZ, Bugler, age 19, $100-$124 

2. JOHN A. IRVIN, Bugler, age 20, $50-$12, horse lost. Broken 
down on a scout Mar. 25, 1857, remounted April 26, 1857 

1. SAMSON BEARFIELD, Farrier, age 28, $100-$15 

PRIVATES 

1. ALLISON, WILLIAM, age 19, Jany. 1, 1857, Jany. 1, 1857, 
101 miles, 101 miles, $75-$10 

2. BENNETT, STEPHEN, age 21, $A0-$5 

3. BAYA, FRANCIS, age 20, $60-$5 

4. BAYA, TEREO, age 19, $50-$7*s, horse died of disease Jany. 5, 
1857, remounted immediately 

5. BRAD IN, THEODORE, age 20, Jany. 15, 1857, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 
miles, 200 miles, $60-$15 

6. BELL, LOUIS, age 19, no miles, $150-$10, horse died of glanders 
June 15, 1857, not remounted 

7. BOWMAN, GEORGE R. , age 21, Jany. 1, 1857, Jany. 1, 1857, 101 miles, 
101 miles, $110-$22% 

8. BARROW, REUBEN J. B. , age 24, Jany. 13, 1857, Jany. 13, 1857, 
no miles, $80-$10 

9. CANOVA, BARTOLO, age 20, $60-$ 7 

10. CROSBY, JAMES, age 19, $35-$7*s 

11. CARRARES, STEPHEN, age 32, 123 miles, 123 miles, $25-$5 

12. CARTER, JOSEPH, age 19, $130-$15 

13. CANOVA, ANDREW, age 22, $100-$12 

14. COLLIER, WILLIAM S. , age 41, Jany. 1, 1857, Jany. 1, 1857, 
$140-$20 

15. CAIN, DEMPSEY, age 43, Jany. 13, 1857, Jany. 13, 1857, 200 miles 
200 miles, $60-$12, horse unserviceable from the 1st of April '57 

16. C0STELL0, JOHN, age 35, Jany. 16, 1857, Jany. 16, 1857, 101 miles, 
101 miles, $80-$8 

17. DAVIS, ENOCH, age 20, $40-$12 

18. DAVIS, BENJAMIN, age 19, $70-$4 

19. DAVIS, JACKSON, age 23, $35-$15; horse gave out on a scout and 
abandoned the 25th May, 1857, not remounted 

20. DANFORD, WILLIAM, age 21, Jany. 1, 1857, Jany. 1, 1857, $50-$2% 

21. FALANY, RAMON, age 19, $40-$12 

22. FUTCH, ALFRED, age 21, $40-$12 

23. FLYNN, JAMES M. , age 38, $130-$6 

24. FLADDING, JOHN W. , age 42, $40-$12; horse died from injury re- 
ceived on a scout March 26, 1857, remounted April 26, 1857 

25. FLOYD, ANDREW, age 21, Jany. 15, 1857, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 miles, 
200 miles, $15-$3; horse unserviceable from 1st May 1857 

26. GEIGER, GEORGE, age 19, $100-$15; dismounted from Feb. 1st to 
April 10, 1857 

27. HERNANDEZ, RAMON, age 28, $90-$7; horse died from injury received 
on a scout May 1, 1857, remounted immediately 

28. HERNANDEZ, AL0NZ0 , age 19, $60-$12 

29. HAMILTON, JOHN, age 19, 101 miles, 101 miles, $40-$15 

30. HAYES, JOHN H. , age 21, Jany. 1, 1857, Jany. 1, 1857, 101 miles, 
101 miles, $75-$15 



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31. HERNANDEZ, EDWARD, age 23, Jany. 15, 1857, Jany. 15, 1857, 
$90-$12 

32. JOHNS, NATHAN, age 22, $135-$15 

33. JORDAN, DANIEL, age 35, no miles, $140-$8 

34. KIRBY, JOHN, age 41, Jany. 8, 1857, Jany. 8, 1857, $40-$8 

35. KRELL, JOHN, age 35, $20-$15 

36. KLINTZER, GEORGE, age 21, Jany. 13, 1857, Jany. 13, 1857, no 
miles, $40-$7% 

37. LIVINGSTON, WILLIAM, age 21, Jany. 29, 1857, Jany. 29, 1857, $40-$12 

38. LOPEZ, DOMINGO, age 24, Jany. 15, 1857, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 miles, 
200 miles, $50-$10; accidentally shot in the left arm above the elbow 
while in the line of duty April 9, 1857, amputated 

39. MASTERS, CASIMER, SR. , age 25, 200 miles, 200 miles, $100-$10 

40. MASTERS, CASIMER0, JR., age 19, $40-$12 

41. MASTERS, MARK, age 19, $40-$10 

42. MASTERS, GASPAR, age 29, Jany. 15, 1857, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 miles, 
200 miles, $75-$15 

43. MASTERS, BART0L0, age 32, Jany. 15, 1857, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 
miles, 200 miles, $60-$10 

44. MONTE DE OCA CELESTINE, age 21, 9 miles, 9 miles, $135-$25 

45. MANUCEY, FELIX, age 28, $40-$10 

46. MICKLER, ANTONIO, age 19, $50-$10 

47. MCCLEAN, COLIN, age 37, $50-$18 

48. PAPY, FRANCIS, age 19, $60-$ 12 

49. PELICIER, FLORENCE, age 24, $100-$10 

50. PELICIER, FELIX, age 20, Jany. 15, 1857, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 
miles, 200 miles, $20-$5 

51. PACETTY, VENANCI0, age 19, $40-$5 

52. REYES, RAMON C. , age 26, $25-$12^; dismounted 1 May 1857, not 
remounted 

53. ROBERTS, BENJAMIN, age 19, $110- $15 

54. ROSS, ABRAM, age 21, $135-$10 

55. ROSE, WILLIAM, age 19, $40-$15 

56. REYES, FRANCIS T. ? , age 32, April 30, 1857, April 30, 1857, no 
miles, $100-$7*s 

57. READDICK, ANDREW J. , age 27, Jany. 16, 1857, Jany. 16, 1857, 
270 miles, 270 miles, $146-$11 

58. RUSSELL, RICHARD R. , age 22, Jany. 16, 1857, Jany. 16, 1857, 
200 miles, 200 miles, $85-$8 

59. READDICK, PETER, age 20, Jany. 16, 1857, Jany. 16, 1857, 270 
miles, 270 miles, $115-$10 

60. READDICK, JOHN, age 23, Jany. 16, 1857, Jany. 16, 1857, 270 miles, 
270 miles, $85-$8 

61. SAPP, STEVEN, age 19, $25-$10 

62. SHIPES, JACOB, age 19, $40-$8 

63. STEWART, BARNEY, age 42, $40-$8 

64. SIMMS, LESTON, age 19, Jany. 15, 1857, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 miles, 
200 miles, $60-$10 

65. SIMMS, JOHN, age 30, Jany. 15, 1857, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 miles, 
200 miles, $75-$10 

66. SPIVEY, GEORGE W. , age 25, Jany. 15, 1857, Jany. 15, 1857, 
$25-$10 



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67. SOURCEY, JOHN, age 24, Jany. 16, 1857, Jany. 16, 1857, 250 
miles, 250 miles, $90-$9 

68. TURNER, CORNELIUS, age 25, $100-$8 

69. TURNIPSEED, JESSE, age 23, $135-$15 

70. TERRILL, SAMUEL, age 22, $40-$12 

71. WELLS, MARTIN, age 44, $40-$ 10 

72. YORK, JOHN, age 23, Jany. 27, 1857, Jany. 27, 1857, no miles, 
$40-$10 

DESERTED 

1. ALONZO NUTTER, age 22, $40-$8, deserted Jany. 5, 1857 

2. JOHN S. WILLIAMS, age 26, $40-$10, deserted April 3, 1857 

DISCHARGED 
1. JOSEPH HOGG, Sergt. , $90-$10, discharged 30th April 1857 by 
G. 0. No. 49, Hd. Qrs. Dept. Fla. , Fort Myers April 14, 1857 

RECORD OF EVENTS 

In the settlement of the Captain of ths company with the Quarter Masters' 
Dept., it is ascertained that of the number of half rations of forage to 
which the company was entitled to be drawn in kind 1827 half rations were 
not drawn - and the company is entitled to the pay at dh cents for half 
rations in addition to the amount credited in the column of Forage on the 
Roll. 

FRANCIS N. PAGE 

Asst. Adjt. Gen'l., Mustering Officer 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
W. G. MOSELEY'S company of the Florida Mounted Volunteers for the period 
herein mentioned; that each man answers to his own proper name in person; 
that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and soldier are 
accurate and just, and that the valuation of all horses and horse equip- 
ments since the muster into service, was made by disinterested and good 
judges, and at fair and just rates. 

W. G. MOSELEY, Capt. 

Commanding the Company 

I certify on honor that I have at Fort Brooke, Florida, on this 29th day 
of June 1857 carefully examined this Roll, and, as far as practicable, 
caused the allowances, stoppages, and remarks to be justly and properly 
stated; and mustered the company for discharge; and it is hereby honorably 
discharged from the service of the United States. 

Date: 29 June 1857 FRANCIS FRANCIS N. PAGE 

Station: Fort Brooke, Fla. Asst. Adjt. Gen'l. & Mustering 

Officer 



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27. NICHOLS, JOHN, Sept. 10, 1839 

28. PETTIT, JAMES, Sept. 10, 1839 

29. PEARLE, JOHN, Sept. 23, 1839 

30. PHILIPS, GARRET, Sept. 23, 1839 

31. QUINN, JOHN, Sept 10, 1839 

32. RAYMOND, GEORGE, Sept. 10, 1839 

33. REYNOLDS, GEORGE, Sept. 10, 1839 

34. REYNOLDS, WILLIAM, Oct. 2, 1839 

35. ROGERS, FRANCIS, Sept. 10, 1839 

36. SCHOOLEY, JEREMIAH, Sept. 10, 1839 

37. SCHULTZ, MICHAEL, Sept. 10, 1839 

38. SMITH, FRANKLIN, Sept. 10, 1839 

39. SMITH, JORDAN, Sept. 10, 1839 

40. STIFF, THOMAS J., Sept. 10, 1839 

41. STRATTEN, CHARLES, Sept. 10, 1839 

42. STRATTEN, DAVID, Sept. 10, 1839 

43. SABRAY, MICHAEL, Sept. 23, 1839 

44. SIMONS, ELIJAH, Sept. 23, 1839 

45. SIMPSONS, JOSEPH, Oct. 2, 1839 

46. SAMPSON, JOSEPH, Oct. 2, 1839 

47. TRAINOR, WILLIAM, Sept. 10, 1839 

48. TWEEDLE, JOHN, Sept. 10, 1839 

49. URBANOWSKI, M. , Sept. 10, 1839 

50. WALKER, P. K. , Sept. 10, 1839 

51. WALKER, JAMES, Oct. 2, 1839 

52. WHITE, FRANCIS, Sept. 10, 1839 

53. YOKAM, PETER C. , Sept. 10, 1839 

DEATHS 

1. MINSER, JOSIAH, Pvt., Sept. 23, 1839, Capt. HOLMES, 3 mos., 
killed by the Indians 9th Nov. 1839; 1 Gager rifle, 1 pouch 
with belt, 1 flask, 1 screw driver & 1 belt plate carried off 
by the Indians 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
WALTER MURPHY'S Company of the Florida Mounted Militia for the period 
herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer 
and soldier, are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation exhibits, 
in every particular, the true state of the company. 

Date: 10th Dec. 1839 WALTER MURPHY, Capt. 
Station: Fort Russell, Fla. Commanding the Company 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and that 
I have this 10th day of Dec. 1839 mustered and minutely inspected the above 
named company of Florida Mounted Militia. 

TH. HOLMES, Capt. 7th Infty. 
Inspector & Mustering Officer 



Page 17-18 

Muster Roll of Capt. WALTER MURPHY'S Company of the Regt., Brigade 

of Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by order of the United States by Lt. 
Col. WILLIAM WHISTLER, 7th Infty. from the 10th day of Sept. to the 10th day 
of Dec. 1839. 

The company was mustered into service by Capt. HOLMES for 3 mos. at diffe- 
rent intervals which will be shown after each name along with remarks. 

1. WALTER Z. MURPHY, Capt., Sept. 10, 1839 

2. JOHN M. PREVAT, 1st Lt. , Sept. 10, 1839 

3. WILLIAM H. COHEN, 2nd Lt., Sept. 10, 1839 

1. Z. MCDOWEL, 1st Sergt., Sept. 10, 1839 

2. Z. U. LUMLY, 2nd Sergt., Sept. 10, 1839 

3. JOHN COLMER, 3rd Sergt., Sept. 10, 1839; wounded by Indians 9th 
Nov. 1839, in hospital at Micanopy 

4. JAMES ORR, 4th Sergt., Sept. 10, 1839 

1. ROBERT DUNCAN, Corp'l., Sept. 10, 1839 

2. WILLIAM SOMERS, Corp'l., Sept. 10, 1839 

3. WILLIAM REDDEN, Corp'l., Sept. 10, 1839 

4. CHARLES DIBBLE, Corp'l., Sept. 10, 1839 

PRIVATES 

1. BENNET, CHARLES, Sept. 10, 1839 

2. BENNET, TERRENCE, Oct. 2, 1839 

3. BRANCH, THOMAS, Sept. 10, 1839 

4. BROWN, JOHN, Sept. 10, 1839; wounded by Indians 3rd Nov., 1839, 
in hospital at Micanopy 

5. BOSSON, FELIX, Sept. 23, 1839 

6. B0RD, JOHN, Sept. 23, 1839 

7. BYRNS, JOHN, Oct. 2, 1839 

8. CARSON, SAMUEL, Sept. 10, 1839; wounded by Indians 9th Nov. 1839, 
his rifle was carried off by the Indians 

9. CASEY, ANTHONY, Sept. 10, 1839 

10. C0RDERY, JAMES, Sept. 10, 1839 

11. DAWSON, WILLIAM, Sept. 10, 1839; absent without leave since 
27th Nov. 1839 

12. DEAN, JOHN, Sept. 10, 1839 

13. D0LAN, JOHN, Sept. 10, 1839 

14. DAUGHTERS, WILLIAM, Oct. 2, 1839 

15. GIVENS, WILLIAM, Sept. 10, 1839 

16. GENEY, JAMES, Oct. 2, 1839 

17. HOWARD, RICHARD, Sept. 10, 1839 

18. JOHNSON, ROBERT, Sept. 10, 1839 

19. KREPS, PETER, Sept. 10, 1839 

20. KENNY, JAMES, Oct. 2, 1839 

21. LAUNERT, JOHN K. , Sept. 10, 1839 

22. MEARS, WILLIAM, Sept. 10, 1839 

23. MILLS, WILLIAM, Sept. 10, 1839 

24. MOORE, ELIAS, Sept. 10, 1839 

25. MARTIN, THOMAS, Sept. 23, 1839 

26. MCCORMICK, CHRISTOPHER, Sept. 23, 1839 



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RECORD OF EVENTS 

The within named company was mustered out of service by me on the 26th day 

of Dec. 1839 by instructions from Col. TWIGGS, 2nd Dragoons date 21st Dec. 1839, 

482 THRO. Lt. J. L. SANDERSON of 
27th Dec. *39 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
WALTER MURPHY'S Company of the Mounted Volunteers for the period herein 
mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and soldier 
are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation exhibits in every partic- 
ular, the true state of the company. 

WALTER MURPHY, Capt. 

Date: 26th Dec. 1839 Commanding the Company 

Station: Fort Micanopy, E. F. 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and 
that I have this 26th day of Dec. 1839 mustered and minutely inspected the 
above named company of Mounted Volunteers out of service. 



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J. L. SANDERSON, 2nd Lt. 7th Infty, 
Inspector and Mustering Officer 



Muster Roll of Capt. ROBERT H. MYRICK'S Company, 7th Regiment of Florida 

Militia commanded by blank ordered into service of the United States 

by Gov. R. K. CALL from the 10th day of Sept. 1836 to the 11th day of 
Jan. 1837. 

All officers and soldiers are shown by rank, and all men were enrolled 
Sept. 10, 1836 at Tallahassee by Gen'l. READ for 4 mos.; pay due Nov. 10, 
1836 (except where noted); travelled from Leon County, Fla. varying from 
5 to 25 miles to Tallahassee and and from place of discharge home, they 
travelled from Fort Brooke, E. F. to Tallahasse and vicinty; remarks will 
be shown after each name. 

1. ROBERT H. MYRICK, Capt.; present, commanding the company 

2. LEVI MASSEY, 1st Lt. ; absent, sick at Black Creek, Fla. Dec. 12/36 

3. A. E. HARRIS, 2nd Lt. ; present 

1. WILLIAM LEE, 1st Sergt. ; present 

2. DAVID KENNLDAY, Sergt.; absent sick at Black Creek Dec. 12, 1836 

3. JOHN TAYLOR; present 

4. JOHN WOODWARD; absent sick at Tallahassee, pay due from enrollment 

1. WILLIAM HALL, Corp'l.; absent sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836, 

pay due from enrollment 

2. WILLIAM MAY, Corp'l.; absent sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836, pay 

due from enrollment 

3. JOHN ROBERTSON, Corp'l.; absent sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836; 

pay due from enrollment 
*4. SEVIER GASTELL; present 



Page 19-20 

Muster Roll of Capt. WALTER MURPHY'S Company, Brigade of Florida Mounted ' 
Militia ordered into service of the United States by Col. TWIGGS, 2nd Dra- 
goons from the 10th day of Dec. to the 26th day of Dec. 1839. 

All officers and soldiers were mustered in Dec. 10, 1839 by Capt. HOLMES 
for 3 mos. , except where noted. 

1. WALTER MURPHY, Capt. 

2. JOHN CHAMBERS, 1st Lt. 

3. CHRIST' R MCCORMICK, 2nd Lt. 

1. WILLIAM REDDING, 1st Sergt. 

2. CHARLES DIBBLE, 2nd Sergt. 

3. WM. H. COHEN, 3rd Sergt. 

4. MICHAEL SABRAY, 4th Sergt. 

1. JOHN BROWN, 1st Corp'l. 

2. RICH'D. HOWARD, Corp'l. 

3. WM. SUMMERS, Corp'l. 

4. CHARLES BENNETT, Corp'l. 





PRIVATES 






32 


1. 


BENNETT, TERRANCE, Dec. 13 


33 


2. 


B0PUE, FELIX 


34 


3. 


BYRNS, JOHN 


35 


4. 


BOYD, JOHN 


36 


5. 


CASEY, ANTHONY 


37 


6. 


COLWELL, JOHN 


38 


7. 


DAWSON, WILLIAM 


39 


8. 


DEAN, JOHN 


40 


9. 


DOLAN, JOHN 


41 


10. 


DALY, JAMES, Dec. 13 


42 


11. 


DONNELL, JOHN 0., Dec. 13 


43 


12. 


FARRELL, THOMAS, Dec. 13 


44 


13. 


FRENCH, JOHN, Dec. 13 


45 


14. 


GIVINS, WILLIAM 


46 


15. 


HEANEY, JAMES 




16. 


JOHNSON, ROBERT 


47 


17. 


JACKSON, MCD. 


48 


18. 


JAMES, GEORGE, Dec. 13 


49 


19. 


KRIPO, PETER 


50 


20. 


LAUNART ?, JOHN 


51 


21. 


MILLS, WILLIAM 


52 


22. 


MOORE, ELIAS 


53 


23. 


MARTIN, JAMES J. 


54 


24. 


NICHOLS, JOHN 


55 


25. 


POTTETT, JAMES 




26. 


PATTERSON, MINOR, Dec. 13 




27. 


PEARL, JOHN 




28. 


PHILLIPS, GARRETT 




29. 


QUINN, JOHN 




30. 


QUINN, JAMES 0., Dec. 13 




31. 


RAYMOND, GEORGE 





REYNOLDS, GEORGE 

ROGERS. FRANCIS 

REYNOLDS, WILLIAM 

SCHOOLEY, JEREMIAH 

SCHULTZ, MICHAEL 

SMITH, JORDAN 

SMITH, FREDIE; absent on leave 

SAMPSON, JOSEPH 

SIMMONS, JOHN 

SIMON, ELIJAH 

STIFF, THOMAS J. 

SCARBER, RODOLPH 

STRATTEN, CHARLES; absent on leave 

STRATTEN, DAVID; absent on leave 

SHAUGHUAPY, MICHAEL, Dec. 13; 

absent on leave 

TRAINOR, WILLIAM 

TWEEDLE, JOHN 

URBAWSKY, M. 

WALKER, P. K. ; absent on leave 

WALKER, JAMES; absent on leave 

WHITE, FRANCIS 

YOKUM, MICHAEL 

ORR, JAMES 

LEWIS, WILLIAM 



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PRIVATES 

1. ADAMS, WILLIAM; absent, sick at Black Creek Dec. 12, 1836 

2. ALIGOOD, SILAS; absent, sick at Black Creek Dec. 12, 1836 

3. AUSTIN, WILLIAM; absent, sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836; pay 

due from enrollment 

4. CARROL, JESSE; absent, sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836; pay 

due from enrollment 

5. CARTER, blank ; absent, sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836; pay 

due from enrollment 

6. CELON, JOHN A. ; present 

7. CONNOR, JAMES, absent, sick at Black Creek Dec. 12, 1836 

8. DEVANE, GEORGE; present 

9. DUNCAN, JOHN; present 

10. FERGASON, BLANK ; absent, sick at San Pedro, Fla. Sept. 21, 

1836; pay due from enrollment 

11. FIELDS, BARTHELEMEW; absent, sick at Black Creek Dec. 12, 1836 

12. FLEMING, BLANK ; absent sick at Tallahassee; pay due from 

enrollment 

13. GANEY, WILLIAM; absent sick at Black Creek Dec. 12, 1836 

14. GASSAWAY, BLANK ; absent sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836; 

pay due from enrollment 

15. GARLAND, THOMAS; present 

16. GIDEONS, MORRIS; present 

17. GORDON, ISAAC; absent sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836; pay due 

from enrollment 

18. GREEN, ROBERT; absent sick at Black Creek Dec. 12, 1836 

19. GRIMES, JOHN; absent sick at San Pedro Sept. 21, 1836: pay due 

firom enrollment 

20. HAMILTON, JOHN; absent sick at Black Creek Dec. 12, 1836 

21. HARROLD, GREEN B. ; present 

22. HUTTO, HENRY; absent sick at Black Creek Dec. 12, 1836 

23. JONES, JOHN 1st; absent sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836; pay 

due from enrollment 

24. JONES, JOHN 2nd; absent sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836; pay 

due from enrollment 

25. JONES, SEABORN; absent sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836; pay 

due from enrollment 

26. JONES, WASHINGTON; absent sick at Black Creek Dec. 12, 1836 

27. JONES, WILLIAM; absent sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836; pay 

due from enrollment 

28. LASTINGER, ANDREW; absent sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836; pay 

due from enrollment 

29. LEVANS, ELIJAH; present 

30. LEVY, MICAJAH; present 

31. L0VEJ0Y, BLANK ; absent sick at San Pedro Sept. 21, 1836; 

pay due from enrollment 

32. LUNDY, ROBERT; absent sick at Black Creek Dec. 12, 1836 

33. MCCLAIN, JAMES; absent sick at Tallahassee; pay due from enroll- 

ment 

34. MALONEY, CLAYTON; present 



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35. MEAD, HENRY; present 

36. MERRETT, ALEXANDER; present 

37. MILLER, JAMES; present 

38. POPE, BLANK , absent sick at Tallahassee; pay due from enrollment 

39. ROUSE, SOLOMON; present 

40. SAMPSON, JOHN H. ; present 

41. SANDERS, BLANK ; absent sick ct Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836; 

pay due from enrollment 

42. SAWYER, DEMPSEY; absent, accompanied Gen'l. READ from Volusia 

to Fort Clinch 

43. SINNET, STEPHEN; present 

44. STRATTON, THOMAS; absent at Fort Clinch sick Nov. 9, 1836; pay 

due from enrollment 

45. SWEATMAN, GEORGE; present 

46. TAYLOR, MADISON; present 

47. TRULUCK, JOSIAH; present 

48. TUCKER, LEWIS; absent sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836; pay due 

from enrollment 

49. TURNER, DANIEL; absent sick at Black Creek Dec. 12, 1836 

50. WATSON, HUGH; absent sick at San Pedro Sept. 21, 1836; pay due 

from enrollment 

51. WEBB, JESSE; absent sick at Black Creek Dec. 12, 1836 

52. WETHERINGTON , JOHN; absent sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836; 

pay due from enrollment 

36 

ITEM: This company was paid at Volusia, Flor. on the ? Dec'r. for 2 

months - ending on the 9th Nov. 1836 - except the absent members. 

REMARKS 

The men of Capt. MYRICK'S Company - mustered "absent" were left with the 
arms and accoutrements which they respectively received from the United 
States for which they are accountable. Capt. MYRICK has no account of the 
arms and accoutrements issued to the men of his company from which a charge 
of their value can be ascertained. He states that they were not completely 
equipped and that he is not aware of any losses of this public property. 

Fort Brooke, E. F. THOS. B. ADAMS 

Jan. 11, 1837 1st Lt. Qr. Reg. Arty. 

Mustering Officer 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
ROBERT H. MYRICK'S Company of the 7th Regt. of Florida Militia for the 
period herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each 
officer and soldier are accurate and just. 

Date: January 11, 1837 R. H. MYRICK 

Station: Fort Brooke, E. F. Capt. Commanding the Company 



Page 21-22 cont'd 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and 
that I have this 11th day of Jan. 1837, mustered the above named company of 
Flor. Militia, who are hereby Honorably Discharged from the service of the 
United States. 

THOS. B. ADAMS 
1st Lieut. Qr. Reg. Arty. 
Page 23-24 Mustering Officer 

Muster Roll of Capt. WM. C. NEWBERN 'S Company of the Mounted Florida Volun- 
teers commanded by Gov. R. K. CALL ordered into service of the United States 
by Gen. Y. Z.I TAYLOR from the 20th day of Sept. 1839 to the 20th day of Dec. 
1839. 

All Officers and Soldiers on this Roll were enrolled Sept. 20, 1839 (except 
where noted) at Camp Call by Capt. S. P. HEINTZELMAN for 3 mos and they 
travelled 50 miles to the place of rendezvous. 

1. WM. C. NEWBERN, Capt. 

2. WM. G. HENDERSON, 1st Lt. 

3. DAVID J. SUTTEN, 2nd Lt. ; absent sick from 17 Nov. 1839 

1. BEN J. HOLLAND, 1st Sergt. 

2. HENRY CLIFTON, 2nd Sergt. 

3. MITCHELL GRIFFIN, 3rd Sergt.; enrolled Oct. 20, 1839 

4. THOS. J. HENDERSON, 4th Sergt. 

1. HAMMOND CRUMER, 1st Corp'l. 

2. WM. KIRBY, 2nd Corp'l.; absent on duty from 24 Nov. 1839 

3. JNO. J. NEWBERN, 3rd Corp'l. 

4. DAN'L. BURNET, 4th Corp'l. 
1. E. J. BOYT, Bugler 



PRIVATES 



1. ARNOLD, JAMES; absent on duty Nov. 24, 1839 

2. BOTRICK, WM. 

3. BAKER, JNO. ; absent sick from 13 Nov. 1839 

4. BOYT, JAS. 

5. BURMAN, AARON 

6. BURNET, RETUS 

7. BLAIR, G. J. 

8. BARS, D. C. 

9. CLIFTON, JAMES 

10. CROSBY, THOS.; enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 

11. COWARD, THOS.; enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 

12. CASON, SILAS; enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 

13. CANNON, HENRY 

14. DELOACH, EBENEZER; enrolled Sept. 23, 1839; absent on duty 

from 24 Nov. 1839 

15. DELOACH, RILEY; enrolled Sept. 23, 1839; absent on duty from 

24 Nov. 1839 

16. FORTNER, JAS.; absent sick from 13 Nov. 1839 



Pg 23-24 cont'd 

17. GROOMS, THOS. 

18. GARY, MICHAEL 

19. GOULDER, DAN'L. ?; absent on duty Nov. 24, 1839 

20. GOULDER, ANDREW; absent sick from 16 Nov. 1839 

21. HANCOCK, HARDY 

22. HURST, WM. B., enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 

23. HURST, ENOCH, enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 

24. HOLLAND, HENRY 

25. HENDERSON, ROBT. , enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 

26. HENDERSON, SAM'L. J., enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 

27. HENDERSON, WM. , enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 

28. HENDERSON, DAVID A. 

29. HODGE, ALEXANDER, enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 

30. HODGE, JNO., enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 

31. JENKINS, C. J. 

32. KERSEY, SYBURN 

33. KNIGHT, WM. A., enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 

34. KINNY, RETUS, enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 

35. KING, LEWIS, enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 

36. LEE, CHARLES; absent on duty from 24 Nov. 1839 

37. LEMON, JNO. C, enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 

38. LANIER, ANDREW, enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 

39. MAULDING, HOLMES; absent on duty from 24 Nov. 1839 

40. MCCRANEY, JNO. 

41. MCCRANEY, JNO., JR. 

42. MATHIS, RILEY; 3bsent sick from 13 Nov. 1839 

43. MATHIS, HILLEY; absent sick from 13 Nov. 1839 

44. MCCRANEY, WM. , enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 

45. NEWBERN, THOS., enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 

46. OSBORN, DAVID , enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 

47. POPWELL, BOYD 

48. POPWELL, PAUL 

49. POPWELL, HENRY 

50. PLATT, JNO., enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 

51. POLK, HARDY, enrolled Sept. 23, 1839; absent on duty from 

24 Nov. 1839 

52. PETERSON, MICHAEL, enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 

53. REVELS, JEREMIAH, enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 

54. REVELS, JNO; absent sick from 13 Nov. 1839 

55. ROBERTS, ROLLIN, enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 

56. ROBERTS, JAS. , enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 

57. STRICKLAND, STEPHEN 

58. SMITH, JNO. T. , enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 

59. SMITH, JOSIAH, enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 
60.. SUGGS, NOAH P., enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 

61. SAPP, AILEY, enrolled S3pt. 23, 1839 

62. SAPP, RILEY 

63. SLAUGHTER, JOHNATHAN 

64. SMART, JAS., enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 

65. SMART, NATHAN, enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 

66. TYLER, HANSFORD 



Pg. 23-24 cont'd 

67. THOMAS, SAMUEL, enrolled Sept. 23, 1839; absent on duty from 24 

Nov. 1839 

68. VICORY (VICEROY ?), DAVID 

69. WELLS, JACOB, enrolled Sept. 23, 1839 

70. WRIGHT, WILLIAM 

SERVANTS OF OFFICERS 

ELBERT REVELS, Nov. 28, 1839 
MAHES SAPP 
JOSEPH ENGLISH 

The following appeared in the Remarks column "309, Thro' Capt. S. P. 
HEINTZELMAN dated the 8th and rec'd. Dec. 17, 1839 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
WM. C. NEWBERN'S Company of Mounted Florida Volunteers for the period here- 
in mentioned/ that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and 
soldier, are accurate and just. 

WILLIAM C. NEWBERN 
Date: 28 Nov. 1839 Capt. commanding the Company of 

Station: Camp Call Mounted Volunteers 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and that 
I have this 28th day of Nov. mustered and minutely inspected the above named 
company of Mounted Florida Volunteers 



Pg. 25-26 



S. P. HEINTZELMAN, Capt. 
Inspector and Mustering Officer 



Muster Roll of Capt. WM. C. NEWBERN'S Company of Mounted Florida Militia, 
commanded by Gov. R. K. CALL ordered into service of the United States by 
Gen'l. TAYLOR from the 20th day of Sept. 1839 to the 20th day of Dec. 1839, 

All men were enrolled Sept. 20, 1839 (unless stated otherwise) by Capt. S. 
P. HEINTZELMAN at Call for 3 mos. ; travel 50 miles to rendezvous and 50 
miles from place of discharge home. 

1. WILLIAM C. NEWBERN, Captain 

2. WILLIAM G. HENDERSON, 1st Lt. 

3. DAVID J. SUTTON, 2nd Lt. 

1. BENJAMIN HOLLAND, 1st Sergt. 

2. HENRY CLIFTON, 2nd Sergt. 

3. MITCHEL GRIFFIN, 3rd Sergt., enrolled 20 Oct. 1839 

4. THOMAS J. HENDERSON, 4th Sergt. 

1. HAMMON CRUMMER, 1st Corp'l. 

2. WILLIAM KIRBY, 2nd Corp'l. 

3. JOHN L. (S?) NEWBERN, 3rd Corp'l. 

4. DANIEL BURNET, 4th Corp'l. 
1. E. J. BOYET, Bugler 



Page 25-26 cont'd 



PRIVATES 



1. ARNOLD, JAMES 

2. BOSTICK, WILLIAM 

3. BAKER, JOHN 

4. BOYET, JAMES 

5. BURMAN_ AARON 

6. BURNET, RETUS 

7. BLAIR, G. J. 

8. BASS, D. C. 

9. CLIFTON, James 

10. CROSBY, THOMAS, Sept. 23, '39 

11. COWARD, THOMAS, Sept. 23, '39 

12. CASON, SILAS, Sept. 23, '39 

13. CANNON, HENRY, Sept. 23, '39 

14. DELOACH, EBENEZER, Sept. 23, '39 

15. DELOACH, RILEY, Sept. 23, '39 

16. FORTNER, JAMES 

17. GROOMES, THOMAS 

18. GAREY, MICHAEL 

19. GOULDEN, DANIEL 

20. GOULDEN, ANDREW 

21. HANCOCK, HARDY 

22. HURST, WILLIAM B., Sept. 23, '39 

23. HURST, ENOCH, Sept. 23, '39 

24. HOLLAND HENRY 
HENDERSON, ROBERT, Sept. 23, '39 
HENDERSON, SAMUEL, Sept. 23, '39 



25. 
26. 
27. 
28. 
29. 
30. 
31. 



HENDERSON, WILLIAM, Sept. 23, '39 60. 

HENDERSON, DAVID A. 

HODGE, ALEXANDER, Sept. 23, '39 

HODGE, JOHN, Sept. 23,' 39 

JENKINS, C. J. 

KERSEY, SYBURN 



36. LEE, CHARLES 

37. LEMON, JOHN C. , Sept. 23, '39, 

died Nov. 18, 1839 
LANIER, ANDREW, Sept. 23, '39 
MAULDING, HOLMES 
MCCRANEY, JOHN; two months hospital 

service 
MCCRANEY, JOHN JR. 
MATHIS, RILEY 
MATHIS, HILLEY 

MCCRANEY, WILLIAM, Sept. 23, '39 
NEWBERN, THOMAS, Sept. 23, '39 
OSBERN, DAVID, no miles, Sept. 23, '39 
POPWELL, BOYD, no miles 
POPWELL, PAUL, no miles 
POPWELL, HENRY, no miles 
PLATT, JOHN, Sept. 23, '39 

51. POLK, HARDY, Sept. 23, '39 

52. PETERSON, MICHAEL, Sept. 23, '39 
REVELS, JEREMIAH 
REVELS, JOHN 

ROBERTS, ROLDIN, Sept. 23, '39 
ROBERTS, JAMES, Sept. 23, '39 
STRICKLAND, STEPHEN 
SMITH, JOHN T. , Sept. 23, '39 
SMITH, ISAIAH, Sept. 23, '39, no miles 
SNUGGS, NOAH P. 
SAPP, AILEY, Sept. 23, '39 
SAPP, RILEY 
SLAUGHTER, JONATHAN 
SMART, JAMES, Sept. 23, '39 
SMART, NATHAN, Sept. 23, '39 
TYLER, HANSFORD 
THOMAS, SAMUEL, Sept. 23, '39 
VICORY, DAVID 

WELLS, JACOB, Sept. 23, '39 
WRIGHT, WILLIAM 



38. 
39. 

40. 

41. 

42. 

43. 

44. 

45 

46. 

47. 

48. 

49. 

50. 



53. 
54. 
55. 
56. 
57. 
58. 
59. 



61. 
62. 
63. 
64. 
65. 



32 

33. KNIGHT, WILLIAM A. , Sept. 23, '39 66. 

34. KERSEY, RETUS, Sept. 23, '39 67. 

35. KING, LEWIS, Sept. 23, '39 68. 

69. 

70 

No. 146 - Capt. W. C. NEWBERN' S Company of Florida Volunteers mustered out of 
service at Camp Call, Florida Dec'r. 20, 1839 

No. 436 - Asst. Surgeon C. MCCORMICK dated Dec'r. 21, 1839 and rec'd. Jany. 10, 
1840 



I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. WM. 
C. NEWBERN 'S Company of Mounted Florida Volunteers for the period herein men- 
tioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and soldier, 
are accurate and just. 



Date: 
Station: 



Dec. 20th 1839 
Camp Call 



W. C. NEWBERN 

Capt. Commanding the Company Mounted Vols 



Page 25-26 cont'd 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and that 
I have this 20th day of Dec. 1839 mustered the above named company of Mounted 
Volunteers out of the service of the United States. 

CHARLES MCCORMICK 
Asst. Sugeon Infy. , Inspector & 
Mustering Officer 
Page 27 - 28 

Muster Roll of Capt. P. F. NEWSOM' S Company of the Battalion of Florida Brigade 
of Mounted Volunteers Militia, commanded by Maj. JOHN G. TAYLOR. Received into 
service of the United States by Maj. Gen'l. THOMAS S. JeSSUP, from the 24th day 
of January 1838 to the 24th day of July 1838. 



*A11 men were enrolled January 24, 1838 by Capt. 
(unless otherwise shown) in Jefferson County. 

1. D. P. F. NEWSOM, Captain 

2. NORMAN HIGH, 1st Lt. 

3. JOHN L. LOFTON, 2nd Lt. 



NEWSOM for 6 months and 3 days, 



1. EVERETT SCULLY, 1st Sergt. 

2. KINNY MEW, Sergt. 



3. HENRY LEVAN, Sergt. 

4. C. W. DEWITT, Sergt. 



1. BENJAMIN STEPHENS, 1st Crop' 1.3. GEO. W. COPELAND, Corp'l. 
2. BENJAMIN SKIPPER, Corp'l. 4. DANIEL MATHEWS, Corp'l. 

1. GEO. BULLOCH, Bugler 



1. 
2. 
3. 

4. 

5. 
6. 



7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 



PRIVATES 

ALGARS, ELBIRD 19. 

ALTMAN, THOMAS 20. 

ALTMAN, JAMES, Feb. 5,*38 21. 

CORDELARY, PETER 22. 

DEWITT, W. H. 23. 

DUNCAN, HUGH, killed WILDMAN 24. 
HINES, July 5, 1838 and was 

taken into custody by the civil 25. 

authorities& lodged in Monticello 26. 

jail & has made his escape. 27. 

FAIRCLOTH, ALLEN 28. 

FAIRCLOTH, A. D. , Feb. 5, '38 29. 

FREEMAN, JOHN 30. 

GRANTHAM, HUGH; lost his musket 31. 

GRANTHAM, JOHN SEN'R. 32. 

GRANTHAM, JOHN JUN'R. 33. 

GRAINGER, SAMUEL 34. 

GRAINGER, EVAN 35. 

GRANTHAM, HENRY L. 36. 

GRANTHAM, EDWARD 37. 

GRANTHAM, LEWIS 38. 

GRANTHAM, ELI AS 39. 



GRANTHAM, ABRAM 

GIDION, MORRIS 

HARRINGTGjO£|0HN 

HARGROVE,^ 'P., Sef. 14, '38 

HENDEE, HIRAM, Feb. 20, '38 

HINE, WILDMAN; killed by Hugh Duncan 

July 5, 1838 

HIGH, MICHAEL 

HIGH, HARMON 

HOLDER, DANIEL 

HUSKEYS, J., Feb. 10, '38 

JERNIGAN., WM. 

JOHNSON, GEO. 

JOHNSON, ALFRED, Feb. 14, '38 

MOTT, JACOB 

MOTT, HOPE 

PAGE, JOHN B. 

SKIPPER, PETER 

SKIPPER, DANIEL 

SKIPPER, BARNAN 

SKIPPER, JAMES 

SKIPPER, ALLEN, Feb. 5, '38 



Page 27 - 28 cont'd 

40. SMITH, WILLIAM 46. VICKERS, STEPHEN 

41. SMITH, CHRISTOPHER, Feb. 20, '38 47. VICKERS, DREW, Feb. 20, '38 

died May 14, 1838. 48. VICKERS, JACKSON, Feb. 20, '38 

42. SIMMONS, GEO., Feb. 5, '38 49. WALKER, RICHARD 

43. SINGLETARY, HARRISON 50. WARE, W. H. 

44. SCOTT, C. A. 51. JOHNSON, YOUNG, Mar. 28, '38 

45. THOMPSON, WILLIAM 52. MARKS, JOSEPH 

Mustered into the service of the United States under an Act. of Congress ap- 
proved May 23, 1838 
No. 183 - Maj. G. DEARBORN dated July 30th and rec'd. Aug. 22, 1838 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
D. P. F. NEWSOM'S Company of the Battalion of Florida Mounted Volunteers 
for the period herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of 
each officer and soldier, are accurate and just. 

Date: July 27, 1838 D. P. F. NEWSOM, Capt. 

Station: Camp Warren Commanding the Company 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and that 
I have this 27th day of July mustered out of service and minutely inspected 
the above named company of Capt. NEWSOM'S. 



Page 29 - 30 



G. A. NEWBURN, M j . U. S. Army 
Inspector and Mustering Officer 



Muster Roll of Capt. D. P. F. NEWSOM'S Company of the Mounted Militia com- 
manded by Maj. TAYLOR ordered into the service of the United States by 
Brigadier General Z. TAYLOR from the 27th day of July 1838 to the 16th day 
of Nov. 1838. 

*Note: All men and officers were enrolled July 27 by Capt Newsom for 4 

months. If dates of enrollment differ, it jQS^- be shown as well as the differ- 
ent places of enrollment along with the rerj^ks. 

1. D. P. F. NEWSOM, Capt. at Tallahassee 

2. John S. DIVINE, 1st Lt.at Tallahassee 

3. Daniel SKIPPER, 2nd Lt. at Tallahassee 

1. Kinney MEW, 1st Sergt. at Tallahassee 

2. Benj. STEPHENS, Sergt. at Tallahassee 

3. Benj. SKIPPER, Sergt. at Tallahassee 

4. W. W. WOODS, Sergt. at Tallahassee 

1. John M. BRIDGES, Corp'l. at Tallahassee 

2. Jesse P. HANES ?, Corp'l. at Tallahassee 

3. Nelson SWAIN, Corp'l. at Tallahassee; absent on detached service 

4. W. H. DEWITT, Corp'l. at Tallahassee 

1. Mathew SKIPPER, Bugler at Tallahassee 



Page 29 - 30 cont'd 

PRIVATES 

1. ALTMAN, James at Tallahassee 

2. ALTMAN, Thomas at Tallahassee 

3. ALGAR, Elbird at Tallahassee 

4. ANDERSON, Asa at Tallahassee 

5. ANDERSON, W. H. at Tallahassee Aug. 4 at Camp Wacissa 

6. ANDERSON, Owen enrolled Aug. 10 at Camp Wacissa 

7. ANDERSON, Seaborn enrolled Sept. 10 at Camp Wacissa 

8. ADAMS, John W. at Tallahassee 

9. BULLOCH, Geo. at Tallahassee 

10. BRIDGES, Petxsous ? at Tallahassee 

11. BYRD, J. H. Sept. 13 at Camp Wacissa 

12. BYRD, W. A. C. Sept. 13 at Camp Wacissa 

13. BYRD, J. F. Sept. 13 at Camp Wacissa 

14. COPELAND, Geo. W. at Tallahassee 

15. CORDELARY, Peter at Tallahassee 

16. CONE, Jesse at Tallahassee 

17. DREW, Charles at Tallahassee 

18. DEWITT, C. W. at Tallahassee 

19. DUGGER, John Aug. 21 at Camp Wacissa 

20. FAIRCLOTH (Left blank at Tallahassee 

21. GRAINGER, Samuel at Tallahassee 

22. GIDION, Morris at Tallahassee 

23. GRAINGER, Ervin at Tallahassee 

24. GRANTHAM, Hugh at Tallahassee 

25. GRANTHAM, Henry at Tallahassee 

26. GRANTHAM, Roberson at Tallahassee 

27. GRANTHAM, John, Sr. at Tallahassee 

28. GRANTHAM, John, Jr. at Tallahassee 

29. GRAINGER, John at Tallahassee 

30. GRANTHAM, Joel at Tallahassee 

31. GRANTHAM, Daniel at Tallahassee 

32. GRAINGER, Furney at Tallahassee 

33. GREEN, R. P. enrolled Sept. 13 at Camp Wacissa 

34. HIGH, Norman at Tallahassee 

35. HOLLOMAN, J. P. At Tallahassee 

36. HIGH, Harman at Tallahassee 

37. HARRINGTON, John at Tallahassee 

38. HUSKEY, J. at Tallahassee 

39. HIGH, Julius at Tallahassee 

40. HIGH, John at Tallahassee 

41. HIGH, Michael at Tallahassee 

42. HARE, R. C. at Tallahassee 

43. JOHNSON, George at Tallahassee 

44. JOHNSON, Alfred at Tallahassee 

45. JERNIGAN, William at Tallahassee 

46. KINMAN, A. at Tallahassee 

47. SIMMON(S), William enrolled Sept. 13 at Camp Wacissa 

48. MATHEWS, W. H. at Tallahassee 

49. MARKS, Joseph at Tallahassee 



Page 29 - 30 cont'd 



PRIVATES 



50. MILLER, R. J. at Tallahassee 

51. MATHEWS, Daniel at Tallahassee 

52. MATHEWS?, Daniel A. enrolled Aug. 12 at Camp Wacissa 

53. PAGE, John B. enrolled Aug. 24 at Camp Wacissa 

54. PATTERSON, W. enrolled Sept. 10 at Camp Wacissa 

55. RICKERT, Jacob enrolled Sept. 10 at Camp Wacissa 

56. SKIPPER, Barnos at Tallahassee 

57. SKIPPER, James at Tallahassee 

58. SEALLY, Everett at Tallahassee 

59. SKIPPER, Peter at Tallahassee 

60. SAMMON DS, Geo. at Tallahassee 

61. SMITH, William at Tallahassee 

62. STEPHENS, John enrolled Sept. 13 at Camp Wacissa 

63. SHEPHERD, D. H. at Tallahassee; absent on furlough 

64. UMPHREYS, Richmond enrolled Sept. 13 at Camp Wacissa 

65. VICKERS, Stephen at Tallahassee 

66. VICKERS, Jackson at Tallahassee 

67. WILLIAMS, Lewis at Tallahassee 

68. WHITE, Thomas enrolled Sept. 13 at Camp Wacissa 

69. WALKER, Richard at Tallahassee 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits a true state of Capt. D. P. F. 
NEWSOM'S company of Mounted Militia for the period herein mentioned; that the 
remarks set opposite the name of each officer and soldier are accurate and just. 

Date: Nov. 16, 1838 D. P. F. NEWSOM 

Station: Camp Wacissa, M. F. 
I certify on hono that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll's minutely 
called and inspected each officer & man of the company, and that I have this 
16th day of Nov. 1838 mustered them for discharge, and they are hereby honor- 
ably discharged from the service of the United States 

No. 608 Capt. A. CADY dated A. CADY, Capt. 6th Infy. 

the 30th Nov. and rec'd. the Mustering Officer 

19th Dec. 1838 

Capt. D. P. F. NEWSOM'S company 
of Florida Mounted Militia mus- 
tered in and out of service. 

Page 31 - 32 

Muster Roll of Capt. D. P. F. NEWSOM'S Company of the Battalion of Middle Florida 
Mounted Volunteers commanded by Maj . John L. TAYLOR into the service of the 
United States by Maj. Gen'l. TH. S. JESUP, from the 24th day of January 1838 
under the Act of Congress approved May 23, 1836. 

All officers and men were enrolled Jan. 24, 1838 (unless otherwise shown) 
in Jefferson County, Florida by Capt. NEWSOM for 6 months. 

1. D. P. F. NEWSOM, Capt. 

2. Norman HIGH, 1st Lt. 

3. John L. LOFTON, 2nd Lt. 



Page 31-32 cont'd 



1. Everitt SEALLY, 1st Sergt. 

2. Kenney MEW, Sergt. 

3. Henry SWAN, Sergt. 

4. C. W. DEWETT, Sergt. 

1. Benjamin STEPHENS, Corp'l. 

2. Benjamin SKIPPER, Corp'l. 

3. G. W. COPELAND, Corp'l. 

4. Daniel MATHEWS, Corp'l. 

1. George BULLOCH, Bugler 







PRIVATES 


1. 


ALGERS, Elbert 


28. 


2. 


ALTMAN, Thomas 


29. 


3. 


ALTMAN, James, Feb. 5, 


1838 30. 


4. 


CONDELAY, Peter 


31. 


5. 


DEWETT, W. H. 


32. 


6. 


DUNCAN, Hugh 


33. 


7. 


FAIRCLOTH, Allen, Feb. 


34. 


8. 


FAIRCLOTH, Allen D. 


35. 


9. 


FREEMAN, John 


36. 


10. 


GRANTHAM, Hugh 


37. 


11. 


GRANTHAM, John Sen'r. 


38. 


12. 


GRANTHAM, John Jr. 


39. 


13. 


GRANTHAM, Henry 


40. 


14. 


GRANTHAM, Edward 


41. 


15. 


GRANTHAM, Lewis 


42. 


16. 


GRANTHAM, Elias 


43. 


17. 


GRANTHAM, Abram 


44. 


18. 


GRANGER, Samuel 


45. 


19.)Qd|lANGER, Ervin 
20. VSlDEON, Morris 


46. 
47. 


21. 


HARRINGTON, John 


48. 


22. 


HARGROVES, R. L. , Feb. 


14/38 49. 


23. 


HENDEE, Hiram, Feb. 20 


50. 


24. 


HINE, Wildman 


51. 


25. 


HIGH, Michael 


52. 


26. 


HIGH, Harman 




27. 


HOLDER, Daniel 





HUSKEY. J., Feb. 10, 1838 
JERNIGAN, William 
JOHNSON, George 
JOHNSON, Alfred 
JOHNSON, Young, Mar. 28, 1838 
MARKS, Joseph, Mar. 28, 1838 
MOTT, Jacob, Mar. 28, 1838 
MOTT, Hope 
PAGE, John B. 
SKIPPER, Peter 
SKIPPER, DANIEL 
SKIPPER, BARNA 
SKIPPER, James 

SKIPPER, Allen, Feb. 12, 1838 
SMITH, William 

SMITH, Christopher, Feb. 20, 1838 
SIMMONS, George, Feb. 5, 1838 
SINGLETON, Harrison 
SCOTT, C. A. 
THOMPSON, William 
VICKERS, Stephen 
VICKERS, Drew, Feb. 20, 1838 
VICKERS, Jackson, Feb. 20, 1838 
WALKER, Richard 

WARE, W. H. ; absent with leave- 
not seen 



I certify on honor that I have at Jefferson County, this 28th day of Mar. 1838, 
mustered into the service of the United States, for the period of 6 months, 
(unless sooner discharged) D. P. F. NEWSOM'S company in the Battalion of Middle 
Florida Mounted Volunteers: - That I allow, for travel from their homes to 
place of rendezvous blank miles to each officer and soldier. 

S. CHURCHILL, Maj . Art. & Insp'r. Gen'l. 

Army South 
Mustering Officer 



m 



Page 33-34 

Muster Roll of Capt. JAMES NIBLACK'S Mounted Company of the 1st Regiment 
Brigade of Florida Militia commanded by Col. WARREN ordered into service 
of the United States by Ma j . Gen'l. THOMAS S. JESUP from the 27th day of 
January 1837 for 6 months, unless sooner discharged. 

Note: All men were enrolled January 27th 1837 at Fort Lancaster for 6 
months by Lt. Col. MILLS. Columns used are: No., names, enrollment (when, 
where, by whom and period); description of horses; and remarks. 

1. JAMES NIBLACK, Capt., black horse, bay horse, present; 1 ser- 

vant and 2 horses 

2. Sylvester BRYANT, 1st Lt.; Bay horse & brown horse; present; 

1 servant 

3. James C. PEARCE, 2nd Lt., brown horse & gray horse; present; 1 

servant 

4. James WEEKS, 2nd Lt., Bay horse & sorrel horse; present; 1 servant 

1. James OSTEEN, Orderly Sergt. , bay horse; present 

2. Zachariah R. ROBERTS, 2nd Sergt., sorrel horse, present 

3. John PEARCE, 3rd Sergt., spotted mare, present 

4. Joseph MIZELL, 4th Sergt., bay horse 

1. James OSTEEN, Jr., Corp'l., bay horse, present 

2. John PREVATT, Corp'l., bay mare, present 

3. Thomas BRYANT, Corp'l., brown horse 

4. Joel NIBLACK, Corp'l., sorrel mare, present 

PRIVATES 

1. BRYANT, Langley, cream mare, present 

2. BRYANT, James, bay horse, present 

3. BARCO, STEPHEN, bay horse, present 

4. BARCO, DANIEL, brown horse, present 

5. BRAVER, Burris, bay mare, march on command 

6. COLLINS, C. H. B. , bay horse, present 

7. COTTLE, Reuben, bay mare, present 

8. DOUGLAS, James, sorrel horse, present 

9. FUTCH, John, bay horse, march on command 

10. GOLDSBY, Thomas, bay mare, march on command 

11. GILLET, George, black horse, present 

12. GILLET, David, sorrel mare, present 

13. GILLET, Daniel, grey horse, march on command 

14. GREEN, Elisha, brown mare, march on command 

15. GREEN, James, bay horse, march on command 

16. GREEN, Elisha, Jr., sorrel mare, march on command 

17. GREEN, JOHN, sorrel horse, march on command 

18. HARE, William, bay mare, present 

19. HARE, William, Jr., sorrel mare, present 

20. HOLDER, Thomas, sorrel horse, present 

21. HOLDER, Joseph, sorrel mare, absent, sick 



Page 33-34 cont'd 



22. HOOKER, J ?, sorrel horse, present, absent on command 

23. HOOKER, Wm. B ?, bay horse, present 

24. HANCOCK, DURHAM, black horse, present, absent on command 

25. HANCOCK, WM. , sorrel horse, present 

26. HANCOCK, Martin, bay horse, present 

27. HANCOCK, Cader, sorrel horse, present 

28. HANCOCK, Littleton, sorrel horse, present, absent on command 

29. HANCOCK, James, bay horse, absent sick 

30. JONES, Henry, bay horse, present 

31. KEENE, J. S. M. , no horse, present 

32. KEENE, David, sorrel mare, present 

33. KEENE, WM. H. , sorrel mare, present 

34. KEENE, Jackson, brown mare, present 

35. KEENE, Joseph, bay mare, present 

36. KEENE, Shadrack, bay mare, present 

37. MIZELL, Enoch (P. R. June 23, 81 to July 23/81), bay mare, present 

38. MIZELL, David, Jr., brown horse, absent on command 

39. MIZELL, Morgan, bay horse, absent on command 

40. MIZELL, Joshua, bay horse, present 

41. MIZELL, David, sorrel horse, absent on command 

42. MARCUM, William, bay horse, present 

43. MOBLEY, Edward, bay horse, absent on command 

44. MANNING, Job, sorrel mare, absent on command 

45. NIBLACK, WM. F. , no horse, present 

46. NIBLACK, John, grey horse, present 

47. NIBLACK, Samuel, bay horse, present 

48. OSTEEN, William, black horse, present sick 

49. OSTEEN, Hezekiah, roan mare, present 

50. OSTEEN, Shadrack, bay mare, present 

51. OSTEEN, Allen, bay horse, killed by Indians and his horse 

52. OSTEEN, Elias , sorrel horse, present 

53. O'NEAL, Douglas, brown mule, absent on command 

54. PEARCE, William, sorrel mare, present 

55. PEARCE, Len ?, brown mare, absent on command 

56. PAYNE, William, Sr. , bay mare, absent on command 

57. PONDER, John C. C. , bay mare, present 

58. PREVATT, John M. , bay horse, present 

59. PREVATT, Reuben, bay horse, present 

60. PARKER, Elisha, bay horse, present 

61. PARKER, John, sorrel mare, present 

62. ROBERTS, ZACHARIAH, brown mare, present 

63. ROBERTS, Arthur, black horse, present 

64. ROBERTS, A ?, bay mare, present, sick 

65. ROBERTS, G. W. , sorrel mare, absent on command 

66. ROLLISON, can't read , grey mare, present 

67. ROLLISON, William, bay mare, present 

68. ROLLISON, Ichabod, sorrel mare, present 

69. ROLLISON, Franklin, grey mare, present 

70. ROLLISON, Independence, grey horse, absent on command 

71. RUTLEDGE, John, sorrel horse, present 

72. SPARKMAN, Robt. , bay mare, present 

73. SPARKMAN, can' t read . grey mare , can't read 



Page 33-34 cont'd 

74. SPARKMAN, C. B. , black horse, can't read 

75. SPARKMAN, Simon, sorrel mare, can't read 

76. SAPP, Harrod, bay mare, can't rea d 

77. SAPP, Elisha, bay mare, present 

78. SAPP, John, sorrel horse, present 

79. TYRE, Cannon, bay horse, present 

80. TOWNSHEND, William, cream mare, present 

81. WEEKS, Zachariah, bay mare, present 

82. WEEKS, Silas, bay mare, present 

83. WEEKS, Theophilus, Jr., bay horse, present 

84. WEEKS, Ezekiel, sorrel horse, present 

85. WEEKS, John, brown horse, transferred Mar. 20th to Capt. CASON'S Co. 

86. WEEKS, Theophilus, Sr. , grey mare, transferred Mar. 20th to Capt. '' 

CASON'S Co. 

87. WEEKS, Giles, Jr., bay horse, transferred Mar. 20th to Capt. CASON'S Co. 

88. WILLIAMS, Edward, bay horse, transferred Mar. 20th to Capt. CASON'S Co. 

89. WILLIAMS, Isaac, sorrel horse, transferred Mar. 20, to Capt. CASON'S Co. 

90. WILLIAMSON, Elisha, sorrel horse, absent on command 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. James 
NIBLACK'S Mounted Company of the 1st Regiment Florida Militia for the period 
herein mentioned and that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and 
soldier are accurate and just. 

Date: March 26, 1837 James NIBLACK, Capt. 

Station: Fort Lancaster Comdg. the Company 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and that I 
have this 26th day of March 1837 mustered and minutely inspected the above 
named company of Florida Militia. 

L. B. WEBSTER 

Capt. 1st Arty. 

Inspector & Mustering Officer 
Page 35-36 

Muster Ro-1 of Capt. James NIBLACK'S Mounted Company of the 1st Regiment, 
2nd Brigade of Florida Militia commanded by Col. John WARREN ordered into 
service of the United States by Maj . Gen'l. Thomas S. JESUP from the 27th 
of January to the 5th day of June 1837. 

Note: All officers and men enrolled January 27, 1837 by Capt. NIBLACCK^. 
and were present at Fort Lancaster. 

1. James NIBLACK, Captain 

2. Silvester BRYANT, 1st Lt. 

3. James C. PEARCE, 2nd Lt. 

4. James WEEKS, 3rd Lt. 

1. James OSTEEN, 1st Sergt. 

2. Zachariah R. ROBERTS, 2nd Sergt. 

3. John PEARCE, 3rd Sergt. 

4. Joseph MIZELL, 4th Sergt. 



Page 35-36 cont'd 



1. James OSTEEN, Junr. , Corporal 

2. John PREVATT, Corporal 

3. Thomas BRYANT, Corporal 

4. Joel NIBLACK, Corporal 



1. BRYANT, Langley 

2. BRYANT, James 

3. BARCO, Stephen 

4. BARCO, Daniel 

5. BREWER, Burris 

6. COLLINS, C. H. B. 

7. COTTLE, Reubin 

8. DOUGLAS, James 

9. FUTCH, John 

10. GOLDSBY, Thomas 

11. GILLET, George 

12. GILLET, David 

13. GILLET, Daniel 

14. GREEN, Elisha 

15. GREEN, James 

16. GREEN, Elisha, Jr. 

17. GREEN, John 

18. HAIR, William 

19. HAIR, William, Jr. 

20. HOLDER, Thomas 

21. HOLDER, Joseph 

22. HOOKER, John 

23. HOOKER, William B. 

24. HANCOCK, Durham 

25. HANCOCK, William 

26. HANCOCK, Martin 

27. HANCOCK, Cader 

28. HANCOCK, Littleton 

29. HANCOCK, James 

30. JONES, Henry 

31. KEAN, James M. 

32. KEAN, David 

33. KEAN, William H. 

34. KEAN, Jackson 

35. KEAN, Joseph 

36. KEAN, Shadrack S. 

37. MIZELL, Enoch 

38. MIZELL, David 

39. MIZELL, Morgan 

40. MIZELL, Joshua 

41. MIZELL, David 

42. MARCUM, William 

43. MOBLY, Edward 

44. unreadable, taped over 

45. NIBLACK, William 



PRIVATES 






46. 


NIBLACK, John 




47. 


NIBLACK, Samuel 




48. 


OSTEEN, William 




49. 


OSTEEN, Hezekiah 




50. 


OSTEEN, Shadrach 




51. 


OSTEEN, Allen 




52. 


OSTEEN, Eli as 




53. 


O'NEAL, Douglas 




54. 


PIERCE, William 




55. 


PEARCE, Levi 




56. 


PAYNE, William H. 




57. 


PONDER, John C. C. 




58. 


PREVATT, Johm M. 




59. 


PREVATT, Reuben 




60. 


PARKER, Elisha 




61. 


PARKER, John 




62. 


ROBERTS, Zachariah 




63. 


ROBERTS, Arthur 




64. 


ROBERTS, Ali 




65. 


ROBERTS, George W. 




66. 


RAULIS0N, West 




67. 


RAULISON, William 




68. 


RAULISON, Ichabud 




69. 


RAULISON, Franklin 




70. 


RAULISON, Independence 




71. 


RUTLAGE, John 




72. 


SPARKMAN, Stephen 




73. 


SPARKMAN, N. K. 




74. 


SPARKMAN, N. B. 




75. 


SPARKMAN, Simeon S. 




76. 


SAPP, Shadrach 




77. 


SAPP, Elisha 




78. 


SAPP, John 




79. 


TYRE, Cannon 




80. 


TOWNSEND, William 




81. 


WEEKS, Zachariah 




82. 


WEEKS, Silas, Sen'r. 




83. 


WEEKS, Ezekiel 




84. 


WEEKS, Theophilus, Jr. 




85. 


WEEKS, John 




86. 


WEEKS, Theophilus, Sen' 


r 


87. 


WEEKS, Silas, Jr. 




88. 


WILLIAMS, Edward 




89. 


WILLIAMS, Isaac 




90. 


WILKERSON, Elisha 





Page 35-36 cont'd 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
James NIBLACK'S Mounted Company of the 1st Regiment Florida Volunteers 
for the period herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name 
of each officer and soldier, are accurate and just, and that the recapit- 
ulation exhibits, in every particular, the true state of the company and 
that the men could not attend at Fort Gilliland for the want of subsis- 
tence and forage for their horses. 

James NIBLACK, Capt. 
Date: June 5, 1837 Commanding the Company 

Station: Fort Gilliland where 

ordered to be mustered 
out of service 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and that 
I have this 5th day of June 1837 mustered the above named company of Florida 
Militia by comparison of the Rolls with those of Capt. WEBSTER at his former 
Muster, the men not being able to assemble at Fort Gilliland as ordered for 
want of provisions, as certified by Col. MILLS. 



D. R. VINTON 

Inspector Gen'l. & Mustering 

Officer - Art. U. S. A. 



Page 37-38 



Muster Roll of Capt. James NIBLACK'S Company of the 2nd Regiment - East 
Florida Volunteers, 3rd Brigade, Florida Militia commanded by Col. William . 
MILLS entered into the service of the United States on the requisition of 
Major Gen'l. Thomas S. JESUP to serve for six months unless sooner dis- 
charged under the Act of Congress of the 25th May 1836 entitled "An Act of 
Congress" Mounted Riflemen. 

Note: All officers and men were enrolled at Fort Lancaster June 16, 1837 
by Lt. WALL for 6 months. A description of each man's name as well as the 
number of miles to the place of rendezvous and arms furnished by the United 
States. All were present unless otherwise stated. 

1. James NIBLICK, Capt. ; 1 brown horse and 2 gray horses; 

5 miles 

2. Silvester BRYANT, 1st Lt. ; 2 bay horses; 1 mile 

3. Joseph MIZELL, 2nd Lt. ; 2 sorrel horses; 1 mile 

1. James OSTEEN, 1st Sergt.; sorrel horse 3 mile 

2. John PIERCE, 2nd Sergt.; black horse; 10 miles 

3. John C. C. PONSHUR (PONDER?), 3rd Sergt.; cream horse; 

1 mile; 1 Rifle Younger 

4. William T. NIBLICK, 4th Sergt., bay horse; 3 miles; 

1 Rifle Younger 

5. Elias OSTEEN, 1st Corp'l.; roan horse; 3 miles 

6. Thomas BRYANT, 2nd Corp'l. ;roan horse; 1 mile 

7. Z. R. ROBERTS, 3rd Corp'l.; bay horse; 3 miles 

8. Hezekiah OSTEEN, 4th Corp'l.; roan horse; 3 miles 



Page 37-38 



PRIVATES 



Rifle Younger 
absent sick (line drawn 



1. BRYANT, James; bay horse; 3 miles 

2. BARBER, Samuel; gray horse; 6 miles 

3. BRYANT, Langley; sorrel horse; 3 miles' 

4. BARCO, Daniel; brown horse; 8 miles 

5. BARCO, Stephen; bay horse 8 miles 

6. CARVER, Wilson; gray horse; 15 miles; 1 Rifle Younger 

7. CARVER, William; bay horse; 

8. CURRY, Joel, bay horse; 11 miles 

9. COTTLE, Reubin, sorrel horse; 1 mile; 1 Rifle Younger 

10. CARVER, Thomas, bay horse; 15 miles 

11. GILLET, Anderson; sorrel horse; 14 miles 

12. GREEN, Elisha; sorrel horse; 25 miles 

13. GREEN, Elisha, Jr.; bay horse; 25 miles; 1 musket & C Box 

14. GREEN, John; bay horse: 25 miles 

15. GANEY, Benjamin; sorrel horse; 15 miles 

16. GANEY, Ashley; bay horse; 15 miles 

17. G00LSBY, Thos. H. ; bay horse; 

18. HANCOCK, William, sorrel horse; 10 miles 

19. JENKINS, James; sorrel horse; 15 miles; 1 

20. LIGHT, William, gray horse; 14 miles 

21. MEDLIN, Willis R. ; roan horse; 15 miles; 

through remark) 

22. MEDLIN, Willis, bay horse; 18 miles 

23. MIZELL, Joshua; sorrel horse; 35 miles 

24. MARCUM, William; grey horse; ? 

25. MORGAN, Daniel; sorrel horse; 14 miles 

26. MORGAN, Jackson; sorrel horse; 14 miles; 1 Rifle Younger 

27. NIBLICK, Joel; bay horse; 10 miles; 1 Rifle Younger 

28. NIBLICK, Samuel; bay horse; 1 mile; absent sick, present 

29. NIBLICK, John; sorrel horse; 1 mile 

30. ONEIL, Douglas; sorrel horse; 1 mile 

31. PIERCE, William; sorrel horse; 6 miles; 1 Rifle shot bay flack? 

32. PEARCE, Levy; sorrel horse; 1 mile 

33. POWEL, John; brown horse; miles 

34. ROBERTS, Arthur; sorrel horse; 14 miles; 1 musket 

35. ROLLISON, Ichibud; sorrel horse; 1 Rifle Younger 

36. RAUPAW, W. H. : sorrel horse ; 10 miles 

37. ROBERTS, Zachariah; sorrel horse; 15 miles; 1 Rifle Younger 

38. ROBERTS, Ali; brown horse; 1 mile 

39. SAPP, John; brown horse; 1 mile 

40. STEWART, Daniel; bay horse; 15 miles 

41. TOWNSEND, Light; bay horse; 14 miles 

42. WEEKS, James; sorrel horse; 30 miles 

43. WOOD, Absolam; bay horse; 1 mile; 1 musket 

44. WILKERSON, David; grey horse; 15 miles 

45. WEEKS, Theophilus; grey horse; 9 miles 

46. WILKERSON, Joseph; bay horse; 14 miles 



Page 37-38 cont'd 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
James NIBLICK'S company, Mounted Volunteers, 2nd Regiment, Florida Militia 
for the period herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of 
each officer and soldier, are accurate and just, and that the Recapitulation 
exhibits, in every particular the true state of the company. 

Fort White Jas. NIBLICK, Capt. 

15th Sept. 1837 Commanding the Company 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and that 
I have this 15th day of Sept. 1837 mustered and minutely inspected the above 
named company of Mounted Volunteers. 

Fort White, Fla. 
Sept. 15, 1837 

Muster Roll of Capt. James NIBLICK'S Company of the 2nd Regiment, 2nd Bri- 
gade of East Florida Mounted Volunteers commanded by Col. W. J. MILLS order- 
ed into service of the United States by Majr. Gen'l. Thos. S. JESUP under 
the Act of Congress approved May 23, 1836 from the 16th day of June 1837 to 
the 18th day of Dec. 1837 when discharged. 

Note: All officers and soldiers were enrolled June 16, 1837 by Capt. NIBLICK 
at Fort Lancaster for 6 months with payment due from enrollment. The roll 
also shows that each person traveled 20 miles to the place of rendezvous 
and 60 miles from place of discharge home. 

1. James NIBLICK, Capt.; 1 black servant Joseph (also shown as 

Joe and 2 horses 

2. Silvester BRYANT, 1st Lt. ; 1 servant Nelson and 2 horses 

3. Joseph MIZELL, 2nd Lt.; 1 servant Harry and 2 horses; to 

pay for ? flask 

1. James OSTEEN, 1st Sergt. ; horse died the 10th Sept. 1837; re- 

mounted the same day on a private horse 

2. John PEARCE, Sergt. 

3. John C. C. PONSHUR (PONDER?), Sergt. 

4. Wm. T. NIBLICK, Sergt. 

5. Elias OSTEEN, Corporal 

6. Thomas BRYANT, Corporal 

7. Z. R. ROBERTS, Corporal 

8. Hezekiah OSTEEN, Corporal 



CURRY, Joel 
COTTLE, Reubin 
CARVER, Thomas 
GILLET, Anderson 
GREEN, Elisha 
GREEN, Elisha, Jr. 
GREEN, John, absent sick 
GANEY, Benjamin 



1. 


BRYANT, James 


8. 


2. 


BARBER, Samuel 


9. 


3. 


BRYANT, Langley 


10. 


4. 


BARCO, Daniel 


11. 


5. 


BARCO, Stephen 


12. 


6. 


CARVER, Wilson, absent sick 


13. 


7. 


CARVER, William, absent with 


14. 




leave 


15. 



Page 37-38 cont'd 



16. GANEY, Ashley 

17. GOOLSBY, Thos. H. 

18. HANCOCK, Wm. 

19. JENKINS, James; horse died Aug. 

Aug. 20 & remounted 21st Aug. 
1837 on a private horse 

20. LIGHT, William 

21. MEDLIN, Willis R. 

22. MIZELL, Joshua 

23. MARCUM, Wm. 

24. MORGAN, Daniel 

25. MORGAN, Jackson 

26. NIBLICK, Joel 

27. NIBLICK, Samuel; horse diseased 

with the Glanders & shot Dec. 
11th in corn field with the 
order of Gen'l. JESUP Nov. 9th 

28. NIBLICK, John 



DIED 



29. 
30. 
31. 
32. 
33. 
34. 
35. 
36. 
37. 
38. 
39. 



40. 
41. 



42. 
43. 
44. 
45. 



ONEIL, Douglas 

PEARCE, Wm. 

PEARCE, Levy 

POWEL, John 

ROBERTS, Arthur 

ROLLISON, Ichiebud 

RAP AW, Wm. H. 

ROBERTS, Zachariah 

ROBERTS, Ali 

SAPP, John 

STEWART, Daniel; horse crip- 
pled on a march from Volusia 
to Fort Mellon Nov. 28th 1837 

TOWN SEND, Light 

WEEKS, James; horse died 10th 
July 1837, remounted the 
same day on a private horse 

WOOD, Absolam 

WILKERSON, David 

WEEKS, Theophilus 

WILKERSON, Joseph 



1. WILLIS MEDLIN, died the 1st 
Oct. 1837 

Page 39-40 

RECORD OF EVENTS 

Company mustered into service by Lieut. W. WALL, 3rd Art. Sept. 15 

S. CHURCHILL 
I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
James NIBLICK'S Company of the East Florida Mounted Volunteers for the 
period herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each 
officer and soldier, are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation 
exhibits, in every particular, the true state of the company 



Date: Dec. 18, 1837 
Station: Fort Gilliland, Flor. 



Jas. NIBLICK, Capt. 
Commanding the Company 



I certify on honor that I have this 18th day of Dec. 1837, mustered and 
minutely inspected the above named company of East Florida Mounted Volun- 
teers, who are hereby Honorably Discharged from the service of the United 
States. 

S. CHURCHILL, Maj . Art. & 
Inspector Gen'l. 

Army South & Mustering Officer 

Muster Roll of Capt. William B. NORTH'S Company of the 1st Regiment, 2nd 
Brigade of Florida Militia commanded by Col John WARREN ordered into ser- 
vice of the United States by His Excellency, Gov. CALL from the 22nd day 
of June to the 22nd day of Oct. 1836 



Page 39-40 cont'd 

Note: The entire company enrolled June 22, 1836 in Columbia County by 
Capt. NORTH , except for the Captain, 1st and 2nd Leiutenents who were 
enrolled by Lt. Col. MILLS for 4 months. All men were present and 
mounted. 

1. William B. NORTH, Capt.; 1 servant and 2 horses 

2. Wi-liam WHITTEN, 1st Lt. ; 1 servant and 2 horses 

3. Robert SANDERLIN , 2nd Lt. ; 1 servant and 2 horses 

1. Henry HERRINGTON, Oderly Sergt. 

2. Samuel CANNON, Sergt. 

3. Jessee WIGGINS, Sergt. 

4. Moses BARBER, Jr.; sergt. 

1. B. W. CREWS, Corporal 

2. James MILLER, Corporal 

3. Dempsey CREWS, Corporal 

4. Edward CREWS, Jr., Corporal 





PRIVATES 


1. 


ADAMS, John 


32. 


2. 


BARBER, William 


33. 


3. 


BARROW, Peter 


34. 


4. 


BEASLY, John 


35. 


5. 


BEASLY, Nathan 


36. 


6. 


BROWN, John 


37. 


7. 


BROWN, William 


38. 


8. 


BROWN, Peter 


39. 


9. 


CAN AD AY, John 


40. 


10. 


CANNON, David 


41. 


11. 


CANNON, William 


42. 


12. 


CASON, Cullen 


43. 


13. 


COMBS, John 


44. 


14. 


CREWS, Edward 


45. 


15. 


CREWS, Joseph 


46. 


16. 


CREWS, Isham 


47. 


17. 


CREWS, Stephen 


48. 


18. 


CREWS, William 


49. 


19. 


CREWS, William, Jr. 


50. 


20. 


DAY, Anthony 


51. 


21. 


DAVIS, Samuel 


52. 


22. 


DOBSON, Isaiah 




23. 


THATCHER, George 




24. 


FOURACRE, Ichabod 




25. 


FOURACRE, Jessee 




26. 


GILL, Joseph 




27. 


GREEN, Daniel 




28. 


GREEN, James C. 




29. 


GREEN, Samuel 




30. 


HARVEY, Isaac 




31. 


HARVEY, Richard 





HOGAN, James 
HUNTER, David 
HUNTER, Silas 
JERNIGAN, Isaac 
JOHNSON, Enoch 
JOHNSON, John A. 
LOVINGS, William (LEVINGS?) 
LOCKLEAR, Elijah 
LOCKLEAR, Joseph 
LOCKLEAR, William 
MANN, Dan'l. J. 
MCDONALD, Jas. 
MCCLELLAN, Silas 
MCCLELLAN, William 
MIDDLETON, John 
MIMMS, Charly B. 
MOTT, Emanuel 
NORTH, James 
NORTH, John 
NORTH, Madison C. W. 
OGLESBY, James 



Page 41- 


-42 


53. 


PENNINGTON, Jessee 


54. 


SNOWDEN, James 


55. 


SLADE, John G. 


56. 


SUMMERALL, William 


57. 


SUMMERALL, Allen 


■ 58. 


SUMMERALL, Thomas 


59. 


SWEAT, Abner 


60. 


SWEAT, Sam'l. R. 


61. 


SWEAT, Jas. M. 


62. 


SWEAT, Allen 2. 


Gl. 


THOMPSON, John J. 


64 


THOMPSON, W. L. W. 


65. 


TURNER, Moses 


66. 


WILLIAMS, W. H. 


67. 


WILLIAMS, U. A. 


RECORD I 


DF EVENTS 



63. WILLIAMS, William 

69. WILLIAMS, Rowland 

70. WILLIAMS, Thomas 

71. WILLIAMS, Theophilus 

72. WILLIAMS, John D. 

73. WHITTON, Win. Jr. 

74. WHITTON, Maxfield 

75. WHITTON, Willoughby 

76. WILKINSON, Elijah 

77. WILKINSON, Joseph 

78. WILKINSON, William 
79 YELVINGTON, Gideon 

80. YELVINGTON, Gideon, Jr. 

81. YELVINGTON, Jacob 

82. YELVINGTON, J (esse?) 



This company was greatly distinquished for its services and exploits in 
seven brilliant affairs against the Creek Indians who were paddling down 
attempting to join the Seminoles. Killing a great many and taking pri- 
soners on the frontier of Georgia along on the Florida and Georgia line in 
the country bordering on the Suwaney and St. Mary's called the Okefeenokee 
Swamp Bend. 

W. J. MILLS, Lt. Col. Comd'g. ? 

Batt'n. 1st Regt. in Unites States 
Service 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
William B. NORTH'S Company of the 1st Regiment, 2nd Brigade of Florida 
Militia for the period herein mentioned; and that the remarks set opposite 
the name of each officer and soldier, are accurate nad just. 



Date: 
Station: 



April 8, 1837 
Fort Gilliand 



William Bee NORTH, Capt. 
Inspector and Mustering Officer 



I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and that 
I have this 8th day of April 1837 mustered the above named company of 
Florida Militia. 

L. B. WEBSTER, Capt. 1st Regt. Arty. 

Inspector and Mustering Officer 

Muster Roll of Capt. William B. NORTH'S company of Columbia County Rangers, 
1st Regiment, 2nd Brigade Florida Militia commanded by Col. John WARREN or- 
dered into the service of the United States by Maj . Gen'l. Thos. S. JESUP 
from 21st January 1837 for 6 months unless sooner discharged. 

Note: Columns used were: No. names, enrollment, description of horses and 
remarks. They were enro n e d JUne 21, 1837 at Fort Reed by Lt. Col. MILLS 
for 6 months 



Page 41-42 cont'd. 

1. William B. NORTH, Capt. ; 1 roan horse & 1 bay horse; present; 
1 servant and 2 horse 

2. Samuel CANNON, 1st Lt. ; 1 sorrel horse and 1 black horse; pre- 

sent; 1 servant and 2 horses 

3. Henry HERRINGTON, 2nd Lt. ; 1 bay horse and 1 sorrel horse; 

present; 1 servant and 2 horses 

4. Robert SANDERLIN, 2nd Lt. (per roll); bay horse and grey 

horse; absent on command 

1. Joseph HOWELL, Orderly Sergt. ; sorrel horse 

2. David CANNON, Sergt.; sorrel horse 

3. James WHIDDON, Sergt. ; bay horse 

4. William PENNINGTON, Sergt.; sorrel horse 

1. William WHIDDON, Corp'l., bay mare 

2. Maxfield WHIDDON, Corp'l.; bay horse 

3. Sampson AULTMAN, Corp'l.; bay horse; absent on command 

4. William MCCLELLAN, Corp'l.; bay horse 

PRIVATES 

1. ALTMAN, Thomas; bay horse; present 

2. BEALL, Henry; white horse; present 

3. BULNT? (BLUNT), Jehu; bay horse; present 

4. BRYANT, Burnett; sorrel horse; present 

5. BONNELL, Silas; sorrel horse; present 

6. BONNELL, John, Jr.; bay horse; present 

7. BONNELL, John, Sr. ; grey horse; present 

8. BROWN, Rigdon; Bay horse; absent sick 

9. BURNETT, Richard; black horse; absent on duty 

10. BROOKS, Wilson; grey; absent on duty 

11. BLOUNT, W. G.; black horse; absent on duty 

12. CASON, Collin; bay mare; present 

13. CREWS, Edward, Sr; grey mare; present 

14. CREWS, Edward, Jr.; roan mare; present 

15. CREWS, Wiliam; cream mare; present 

16. CREWS, Stephen; black horse; absent on command 

17. COMBS, George; bay horse; present 

18. CREWS, D. D. ; bay horse; present 

19. CANNON, William, bay horse; present 

20. CREWS, Isham; bay horse; present 

21. CANNON, Peter; brown horse; absent on command 

22. CREWS, William, Jr.; bay horse; absent on command 

23. CREWS, Joseph; sorrel horse; absent on command 

24. CREWS, W. B. ; roan horse; absent on command 

25. CREWS, Bee W. ; grey horse; absent on command 

26. FLETCHER, Loami; white horse; absent on command 

27. FLETCHER, George; grey horse; absent on command 

28. FLETCHER, Charles; bay horse; absent sick 

29. GREEN, James; black mare; present 

30. GREEN, John; bay mare; present 

31. GARRETT, Charney; black mare; present 

32. GREEN, Daniel; roan horse; present 

33. GILL, Joseph; black horse; absent on command 



Page 41-42 cont'd 

34. GARRETT, John; sorrel horse; absent on command 

35. HICKS, Jessee; sorrel horse; present 

36. HUNTER, Hansford; black horse; present 

37. HICKS, Wiley; grey horse; present 

38. HOGANS, Archibald; bay horse; present 

39. HUNTER, Elisha; brown horse; absent on command 

40. HUNTER, Silas; bay horse; absent on command 

41. HUNTER, David; grey horse; present 

42. IVY, Robert; sorrel horse; present 

43. IVY, Thomas; bay horse; absent on command 

Page 43 

44. JOHNSON, John D. ; bay horse; present 

45. JOHNSON, John Q. ; grey horse; present 

46. JOHNSON, William; grey horse; absent on duty 

47. LOCKLEAR, Joseph; bay horse present 

48. LOCKLIER, William; black horse; present 

49. LOCKLIER, Elijah; bay horse 

50. LEVINS, William; black horse; absent on duty 

51. MINCHEW, Willoughby; bay horse; present 

52. MIMMS, Charles B. ; grey horse; absent on duty 

53. MARTIN, James; roan horse; present 

54. MCCLELLAN, Silas; bay horse; present 

55. NORTH, John J.; black horse; present 

56. NORTH, Madison; cream horse; present 

57. PENNINGTON, Jessee; black horse; present 

58. OGLESBY, James; bay horse; present 

59. ROLLINSON, Nirarod (taped all the way across the page) 

60. ROBINSON? (ROLLINSON) (Taped over); present 

61. ROLLINSON, Reubin 

62. SLADE, Gideon; bay horse; present 

63. SLADE, Stephen; mule; present 

64. SANDERLIN, Jessee; bay horse; present 

65. SUMMERALL, William; grey horse; present 

66. TUCKER, Stephen; bay horse; present 

67. THOMAS, John; black horse; present 

68. WIGGINS, William; black horse; present 

69. WIGGINS, Jessee; bay horse; present 

70. WHIDDEN, Willoughby (taped over) 

71. WHIDDEN?, Noah; (taped over) 

72. WILKERSON, William; (taped over) 

73. WIGGINS, Earby; black horse; present 

74. WHIDDEN, William; black horse; present 

75. SUMERAL, Thomas; (taped over) 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 

William B. NORTH'S company of Mounted Men or Columbia Rangers, 1st regit- 
ment Florida Militia for the period herein mentioned; and that the remarks 
set opposite the name of each officer and soldier, are accurate and just. 

Date: March 29, 1837 William Bee NORTH, Capt. 

Station: Fort Read Commanding the Company 



Page 43 cont'd 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and 
that I have this 29th day of March 1837 mustered and minutely inspected 
the above names company of Florida. . 



Page 44 



L. B. WEBSTER, Capt. ? Arty. 

Inspector & Mustering Officer 



Muster Roll of Capt. William B. NORTH'S company of the 1st Regt. , 2nd Bri- 
gade of Florida Militia, commanded by Col. John WARREN, ordered into service 
of the United States by Majr. Gen'l. Thomas S. JESUP from the 21st Day of 
June 1837. 

Note: The Captain and three Leiutenents were enrolled by Col. MILLS on 
January 21, 1837 at Fort Read. Sergeants, Corporals and Privates were en- 
rolled by Capt. NORTH January 21, 1837 at Fort Read. 

1. William B. NORTH, Capt.; present; 1 servant, 2 horses 

2. Samuel CANNON, 1st Lt. ; present; 1 servant & 2 horses 

3. Henry HERRINGTON, 2nd Lt.; present; 1 servant & 2 horses 

4. Robert SANDERLIN, 2nd Lt. ;present at Camp North 

1. Joseph HOWELL, 1st Sergt. ; present 

2. David CANNON, 2nd Sergt.; present 

3. James WHIDDEN,3r d Sergt.; present 

4. William PENNINGTON, 4th Sergt.; present 

1. William WHITTEN, Corporal; present 

2. Maxfield WHITTEN, Corporal; present 

3. Sampson AULTMAN; Corporal; present 

4. William MCCLELLAN, Corporal; present 

PRIVATES 



L. AULTMAN, Thomas; present 21. 

2. BEAL, Henry; present 22. 

3. BLUNT, Jehu; present 23. 

4. BRYAN, Burnett; present 24. 

5. BARNETT, Silas; present 25. 

6. BONNELL, John, Sen'r.; present 26. 

7. BONNELL, John, Jr.; present 27. 

8. BROWN, Rigdon; present 28. 

9. BURNETT, Richard; present 29. 

10. BROOKE, Wilson; present 30. 

11. BLOUNT, W. 0.: present 31. 

12. CASON, Cullin; present 32. 

13. CREWS, Edward, Sen'r.; present 33. 

14. CREWS, Edward; present 34. 

15. CREWS, William, Sr. ; present 35. 

16. CREWS, Saphm?; present 36. 

17. CREWS, George; present 37. 

18. CREWS, D. D. ; present 38. 

19. CANNON, William; present 39. 

20. CREWS, Isham; present 40. 



CANNON, Peter; present 
CREWS, Joseph; present 
CREWS, W. B. ; present 
CREWS, Bee W. ; present 
DAVIS, Soami?; present 
FLETCHER, George; present 
FLETCHER, Charley; present 
GREEN, James C. ; present 
GREEN, S. L. ; present 
GARRETT, Charney; present 
GREEN, Daniel; present 
GILL, Joseph; present 
William CREWS; present 
GARRETT, John; present 
HICKS, Jessee; present 
HUNTER, Handsford, present 
HICKS, Wiley; present 
HOGANS, Archibald; present 
HUNTER, Elisha; present 
HUNTER, Silas; present 



Page 44-45 



41. HUNTER, David; present 59. 

42. IVY, Robert; present 60. 

43. IVY, Thomas, present 61. 

44. JOHNSON, John D. ; present 62. 

45. JOHNSON, John Q. ; present 63. 

46. JOHNSON, William; present 64. 

47. LOCKLIER, Joseph; present 65. 

48. LOCKLIER, William; present 66. 

49. LOCKLIER, Elijah; present 67. 

50. LEVENS, William; present 68. 

51. MINCHEW, Willoughby; present 69. 

52. MIMMS, Charley B.; present 70. 

53. MARTIN, John; present 71. 

54. MCCLELLAN, Silas; present 72. 

55. NORTH, John Q. ; present 73. 

56. NORTH, Madison C. W. ; present 74. 

57. PENNINGTON, Jesse; present 75. 

58. OGLESBY, James 



RAULERSON, Nimrod; present 
ROBIDEN? , Joseph; present 
RAULLISON, Rayborn; present 
SLADE, Gideon; present 
SLADE, Stephen; present 
SAUNDERLIN, Jessee; present 
SUMMERAL, William 
TUCKER, Stephen; present 
THOMAS, John; present 
WIGGINS, William; present 
WIGGINS, Jessee; present 
WHIDDEN, Willoughby; present 
WHIDDEN, Noah; present 
WELKENSON, William; present 
WIGGINS, Earby; present 
WHIDDEN, William; present 
SUMMERAL, Thomas; present 



I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
William B. NORTH'S Mounted Company of the 1st Regiment Florida Volunteers 
for the period herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of 
each officer and soldier, are accurate and just, and that the recapitula- 
tion exhibits, in every particular, the true state of the company, and that 
the men could not attend at Fort Gilliland for the want of subsistence and 
forage for the horses. 

William B. NORTH, Capt. 
Date: 5th June 1837 Commanding the Company 

Station: Fort Gilliland where 

ordered to be mustered 
out of service 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and that 
I have this 5th day of June mustered the above company of Florida Militia 
by comparing the Rolls with those of Capt. WEBSTER as a former Mustering 
Officer - The Company not being able to assemble at Fort Gilliland as 
ordered for want of provisions, ascertained by Lt. Col. MILLS. 

D. R. VINTON, Capt. 3rd Arty. U.S.A. 

Inspector Gen'l & Mustering Officer 

Page 46-47 

Muster Roll of Capt. Wm. B. NORTH'S Company of the 2nd Regiment, East 
Florida Volunteers, 2 Brigade Florida Militia commanded by Col. William J. 
MILLS ordered into the service of the United States on the requisition Maj- 
or Gen'l. Thos. S. JESUP to term for 6 months (unless sooner discharged) 
under the Act of Congress of the 23rd May 1836 entitled "An Act Authorizing 
the President of the United States to accept the services of volunteers and 
to raise an additional Regiment of Dragoons or Mounted Riflemen. 



Note: pages 46 and 47 were erroneous numbered. All men will shown by 
rank, when, where, by whom and period of enrollment and number of miles 
from home to rendezvous and remarks. They were enrolled June 16, 1837 



Page 46-47 cont'd 

at Camp North by Lt. Col. WALL, 3rd Arty, for 6 months. 

1. William B. NORTH, Capt. ; no horse or miles shown 

2. Samuel CANNON, 1st Lt. ; no horse or miles shown 

3. Henry HERRINGTON, 2nd Lt. ; no horse or miles shown 

1. Joseph HOWELL, 1st Sergt. ; 10 miles; no horse shown 

2. Edward CREWS, 2nd Sergt. bay horse; 5 miles 

3. Dency CREWS, 3rd Sergt., bay horse; 5 miles 

4. Madison E. NORTH, 4th Sergt.; bay horse; 10 miles 

5. David HUNTER, 1st. Corp'l.; sorrel horse; 5 miles 

6. B. W. CREWS, 2nd Corp'l.; sorrel horse; 5 miles 

7. Chamey GARRETT, 3rd Corp'l.; iron-grey horse; 20 miles 

8. Stephen SLADE , 4th Corp'l., bay horse; 10 miles 

PRIVATES 

1. BEAL, Henry; no horse or miles shown 

2. BROWN, Rigdon, sorrel horse; 5 miles 

3. BAXLY, William; sorrel horse; 10 miles 

4. CANNON, William; roan horse; 5 miles 

5. CREWS, Edward, Sen'r.; no horse shown; 5 miles 

6. CREWS, Stephen; bay horse; 10 miles 

7. CREWS, Joseph, Jun'r.; light sorrel; 10 miles 

8. CREWS, Ishara; bay horse; 5 miles 

9. CREWS, William, Sen'r.; bay horse; 20 miles 

10. CREWS, Joseph, Sen'r.; bay horse; 10 miles 

11. CREWS, William, Jun'r.; sorrel horse; 2 miles 

12. CREWS, William B. ; bay horse; 10 miles 

13. CANNON, Daniel; bay horse; 5 miles 

14. CANNON, Peter; black horse; 6 miles 

15. Davis, Soami; roan horse; 20 miles 

16. GILL, Joseph; dark sorrel horse; 10 miles 

17. GREEN, Daniel; no horse shown; 5 miles 

18. GILL, John; dark sorrel horse; 5 miles 

19. HUNTER, Silas; sorrel horse; 10 miles 

20. HUNTER, HANDSFORD; bay horse; 10 miles 

21. HUNTER, Elisha; sorrel horse; 10 miles 

22. HUNTER, James; black horse; 10 miles 

23. HICKS, Wiley; grey horse; 20 miles 

24. HICKS, Jesse; iron-grey horse; 5 miles 

25. JOHNSON, John A.; sorrel horse; 5 miles 

26. JOHNSON, John Q. ; grey horse; 5 miles 

27. JOHNSON, S. (L.); grey horse; 5 miles 

28. JOHNSON, William; grey horse; 4 miles 

29. LOCKLIER, Joseph; bay horse; 20 miles 

30. LOCKLIER, Elijah; iron grey horse; 20 miles 

31. LOCKLIER, William; black horse; 20 miles 

32. LEVINS, William; no horse shown; 10 miles 

33. MCCLELLAN, Silas; bay horse; 10 miles 

34. MARTIN, James; sorrel horse; 5 miles 

35. MCCLELLAN, William; bay horse; 10 miles 



Page 46-47 cont'd 

36. MOSELY, William; gray horse; 20 miles 

37. MCCLELLAND, Andrew; bay horse; 5 miles 

38. MIMS, Chisly B. ; no horse shown; 5 miles 

39. MCCLELLAND, John; rone horse; 5 miles 

40. NORTH, John Q. ; black horse; 10 miles 

41. OGLESBY, Moses; bay horse; 30 miles 

42. OGLESBY, James; no horse shown; 10 miles 

43. PENNINGTON, Jesse; black horse; 5 miles 

44. RABADAN, Joseph; bay horse; 10 miles 

45. SUMMERAL, Thomas; black horse; 2 miles 

46. TUCKER, Thomas; bay horse; 5 miles 

47. WHIDDEN, James; bay horse; 6 miles 

48. WHIDDEN, Mansfried (Maxfield) ; bay horse; 6 miles 

49. WHIDDEN, Willoughby; bay horse; 10 miles 

50. WHIDDEN, William; sorrel horse; 5 miles 

51. WILKERSON, William; bay horse; 10 miles 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and that I 
have this 26th day of Sept. 1837 mustered and minutely inspected the above 
named company of the 2nd Regiment of Florida Volunteers. 

Wm. WALL, Lt. 3rd Arty. U.S. A. 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
W. B. NORTH'S company of the 2nd Regiment of Florida Volunteers and that 
the remarks set opposite each officer and private are correct and just. 

WM. BEE NORTH, Capt. 
Page 43-49 

Muster Roll of Capt. William B. NORTH'S company of the 2nd Regiment, 2nd 
Brigade of East Florida Mounted Volunteers commanded by Col. William J. 
MILLS ordered into service of the United States by Ma j . Gen'l. Thomas S. 
JESUP under the Act of Congress approved May 23, 1837 from the 15th day 
of June 1837 to the 18th day of Dec. 1837 when discharged. 

Note: Columns used were: No. Name, rank, enrollment when, where, by 
whom and period; miles travelled to place of rendezvous and miles from 
place of discharge home; remarks. All men enrolled June 18, 1837 at 
Camp North by Capt. NORTH for 6 months with payment due from enrollment; 
20 miles to place of rendezvous and 80 miles from place of discharge (un- 
less otherwise noted). 

1. William B. NORTH, Capt.; 1 servant, Sandy, and 2 horses 

2. Samuel CANNON, 1st Lt. ; 1 servant, Ned, and 2 horses 

3. Henry HERRINGTON, 2nd Lt. ; 1 servant, Linus, and 2 horses; 

on command at Camp North 

1. Joseph HOWELL, 1st Sergt. 

2. Edward CREWS, Sergt. 

3. Dency D. CREWS, Sergt.; on command at Camp North; no miles home 

4. Madison E. NORTH, Sergt. 

1. David HUNTER, Corporal; no miles home; on command at Camp North 

2.. B. W. CREWS, Corporal 

3. Charney GARRETT, Corporal 

4. Stephen SLADE, Corporal 



Page 48-49 cont'd 



PRIVATES 



1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 

14. 

15. 
16. 

17. 

18. 
19. 

20. 

21. 
22. 
23. 

24. 

25. 
26. 



BEAL, Henry 

BROWN, Rigdon 

BAXLY, William 

CANNON, William 

CREWS, Edward, Sr. 

CREWS, Stephen 

CREWS, Joseph, Jr. 

CREWS, Isham 

CREWS, William, Sr. 

CREWS, Joseph, Sr. 

CREWS, William, Jr. 

CREWS, William B. 

CANNON, David; on command 

at Camp North 
CANNON, Peter; sick at Ft. 

White 
DAVIS, Soami; no miles home 
GILL, Joseph; on command 

at Camp North 
GREEN, Daniel; no miles home; 

on command at Camp North 
GILL, John; no miles home 
HUNTER, Silas 
HUNTER, Hansford; on command 

at Camp North 
HUNTER, Elisha; no miles home 
HUNTER, James 
HICKS, Wiley 
HICKS, Jesse; on command at 

Camp North 
JOHNSON, John A. 
JOHNSON, John J? 



DEAD 



27. JOHNSON, Siah 

28. JOHNSON, William 

29. LOCKLIER, Joseph; sic at 

Fort White 

30. LOCKLIER, Elijah 

31. LOCKLIER, William 

32. LEVINS, William 

33. MCLELLAN, Silas 

34. MARTIN, James 

35. MCLELLAN, William; no miles 

home ; on command at Camp 
North 

36. MOSELEY, William 

37. MCLELLAN, Andrew 

38. MIMS, Chesley B. ; on command 

at Camp North; no miles home 

39. MCLELLAN, John; sick at Fort 

White 

40. NORTH, John J. ; on command 

at Camp North; no miles 

41. OGLESBY, James 

42. PENNINGTON, Jesse 

43. RABADAN, Joseph; sick at Fort 

White 

44. SUMERALL, Thomas; sick at 

Fort White 

45. TUCKER, Stephen; on command 

at Camp North 

46. WHIDDEN, James 

47. WHIDDEN, Maxfield; on command 

at Camp North 

48. WHIDDEN, Willoughby; on com- 

mand at Camp North 

49. WHIDDEN, William 

50. WILKISON, William 



OGLESBY, Moses; died at Fort White Nov. 16. 



RECORD OF EVENTS 



Company mustered into service by Lt. W. WALL 3rd Art. Sept. 26 

S. CHURCHILL, 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
W. B. NORTH'S Company of East Florida Mounted Volunteers for the period 
herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer 
and soldier, are accurate and just; that the recapitulation exhibits, in 



Page 48-49 cont'd 

every particular, the true state of the company. 



Date: Dec. 18, 1837 
Station: Fort Gilliland, Fla. 



Win. B. NORTH, Capt. 
Commanding the Company 



I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and 
that I have this 18th day of Dec. 1837 mustered and minutely inspected 
the above named company of East Florida Mounted Volunteers who are here- 
by honorably discharged from the service of the United States. 



Page 50-51 



S. CHURCHILL, Maj . Art. 
Inspector Gen'l. Army South 
and Mustering Officer 



Muster Roll of Capt. W. B. NORTH'S company East Florida Mounted Militia, 
ordered into service of the United States by Bt. Brig. Gen'l. TAYLOR from 
the 12th day of July 1838 to the 12th day of Jan. 1839. 



Note: Columns used were: 
whom and period of time. 
DEARBORN for 6 months. 



No., name, rank, when mustered in, where, by 
All men were mustered in July 12, 1838 by Maj. 



1. W. B. NORTH, Capt. 

2. John BRYAN, 1st Lt. 

3. James WHIDDEN, 2nd Lt. 

1. Joseph HOWELL, 1st Sergt. 

2. Wm. MCCLELLAND, Sergt. 

3. David HUNTER, Sergt. 

4. Elijah WILKINSON, Sergt. 

1. W. B. CREWS, Corporal 

2. John J. SLADE, Corporal 

3. Jacob J. BLOUNT, Corporal 

4. Silas MCCLELLAND, Corporal 





PRIVATES 


1. 


BURNETT, Richard 


16. 


2. 


BRUER, James 


17. 


3. 


BLOUNT, Ryley 


18. 


4. 


BLOUNT, Riding 


19. 


5. 


CREWS, Densy 


20. 


6. 


CREWS, B. W. 


21. 


7. 


CREWS, Edward, Jr. 


22. 


8. 


CREWS, Stephen 


23. 


9. 


CREWS, Lewis 


24. 


10. 


CREWS, Micajah 


25. 


11. 


CREWS, Joseph 


26. 


12. 


CREWS, Archibald 


27. 


13. 


CREWS, James 


28. 


14. 


CREWS, Samuel 


29. 


15. 


CREWS, William 


30. 



CREWS, Edw'd, Sen'r. 
CREWS, Isham 
CANNON, William 
CANNON, David 
CASON, Henry 
CASON, Hailey 
CASON, John C. 
CASON, William 
DAVIS, Loami 
GREEN, Samuel 
GILL, Joseph 
HUNTER, Jesse 
HUNTER, James 
HUNTER, Elijah 
HERRINGTON, Henry 



Page 50-51 cont'd 



31. 


HATCHER, Ebenezer 


32. 


JOHNSON, John J. 


33. 


JOHNS, Riley 


34. 


LEVINS, William 


35. 


LOCKLIER, Elijah 


*36. 


LOCKLIER, Joseph 


*37. 


LOCKLIER, William 


*38. 


MCCLELLAND, Andrew Mc 


*39. 


MCCLELLAND, John W. 


40. 


MIMS, Chesley B. 


*41. 


NORTH, James 


*42. 


NORTH, John J. 


*43. 


PENNINGTON, Jesse 


*44. 


OGLESBY, James 



45. SLADE, Stephen 

*46. SUMMERAL, Thomas 

47. SUMMERAL, David 

*48. SLADE, Leonard 

*49. WHIDDEN, Maxfield 

50. WHIDDEN, Willoughby 

*51. WHIDDEN, WM. L. 

*52. WHIDDEN, Noah 

*53. WHIDDEN, W. P. 

*54. WHIDDEN, W. J. 

55. WHIDDEN, James 

*56. BRYANT, James 

*57. SCOTT, Charles 

58. BURNETT, Bryant 



I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
W. B. NORTH'S company of Florida Militia (Mounted) for the period herein 
mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and 
soldier, are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation exhibits, in 
every particular, the true state of the company 

Date: 12th July 1838 WM. B. NORTH, Capt. 

Station: Camp Gilmer, Middle Florida Commanding the Company 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and 

that I have this 12th day of July ? mustered and minutely inspected 

the above named company of Capt. Wm. B. NORTH. 



Page 52-53 



G. DEARBORN, Maj . U. S. A. 
Inspector and Mustering Officer 



Muster Roll of Capt. W. B. NORTH'S company of East Florida Mounted Militia 
ordered into service of the United States by Brevet Brigadier General TAYLOR 
from the 12th day of July 1838 to the 12th day of Jan. 1839. 

Note: All officers and soldiers were mustered July 12, 1838 by Major G. 
DEARBORN for 6 months. Remarks follow where appropriate. Each man shows 
they are 10 miles from place of discharge home. 

1. Wm. B. NORTH, Capt. ; 1 miles to place of rendezvous & 

10 miles home from place of discharge 

2. John BRYAN, 1st Lt. ; Acting A. C. L. and A. Q. Master 

3. James WHIDDEN, 2nd Lt. 



1. Joseph HOWELL, 1st Sergt. 

2. William MCCLELLAND, Sergt. 

3. David HUNTER, Sergt. 

4. Elijah WILKINSON, Sergt. 

1. Wm. B. DAVIS, Corporal 

2. John G. SLADE, Corporal 

3. Jacob J. SLADE, Corporal 

4. Henry CASON, Corporal; appoin tec i Corporal 12th Aug. 1838 



Page 52-53 cont'd 



1. 


BURNETT, Richard 


2. 


BRUER, 


James 


3. 


BLOUNT, 


Ryley, absent at 1st 




muster, joined 13 July 1838 


4. 


BLOUNT , 


, Riding 


5. 


BURNETT, Bryan 


6. 


CREWS, 


Densy 


7. 


CREWS, 


B. W. 


8. 


CREWS, 


Edward, Jr. 


9. 


CREWS, 


Stephen 


10. 


CREWS, 


Lewis 


11. 


CREWS, 


Mi caj ah 


12. 


CREWS, 


Joseph 


13. 


CREWS, 


Archibald 


14. 


CREWS, 


James 


15. 


CREWS, 


S amue 1 


16. 


CREWS, 


William 


17. 


CREWS, 


Edward, Sen'r. 


18. 


CREWS, 


I sham 


19. 


CANNON 


, William 


20. 


CANNON 


, David 


21. 


MCCLELLAND, Silas; reduced 




from 


Corp' 1.12 Aug. 1838 


22. 


CASON, 


Harley 


23. 


CASON, 


John 


24. 


CASON, 


William 


25. 


DAVIS, 


Loami 


26. 


GREEN, 


Samuel 


27. 


GILL, . 


Joseph 


28. 


HUNTER 


, Jesse 


29. 


HUNTER 


, James 



30. 
31. 
32. 
33. 
34. 
35. 
36. 
37. 
38. 
39. 
40. 
41. 
42. 
43. 
44. 
45. 
46. 
47. 



48. 
49. 
50. 
51. 
52. 
53. 
54. 
55. 

56. 
57. 
58. 



HUNTER, Elijah 
HERRINGTON, Henry 
HATCHER, Ebenezer 
JOHNSON, John J. 
JOHNS, Ryley 
LEVENS, William 
L0CKLEAR, Elijah 
L0CKLEAR, Joseph 
L0CKLEAR, William 
MCCLELAND, Andrew M. 
MCCLELAND, John W. 
MIMS, Chesley B. 
NORTH, James 
NORTH, John J. 
PENNINGTON, Jesse 
OGLESBY, James 
SLADE, Stephen 
SUMMERALL, Thomas; absent 

at 1st muster, joined 13 

July 1838 
SUMMERALL, David 
SLADE, Leonard 
WHIDDEN, Maxfield 
WHIDDEN, Willoughby 
WHIDDEN, WM. B. 
WHIDDEN, Noah 
WHIDDEN, WM. P. 
WHIDDEN, W. J.; absent at 1st 

muster .joined 13 July 1838 
WHIDDEN, James 
BRYANT, James 
SCOTT, Charles 



I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
W. B. NORTH'S company of Florida Mounted Militia for the period herein 
mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and sol- 
dier, are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation exhibits, in every 
particular,- the true state of the company. 

WM. B. NORTH, Capt. 

Date: 12th January 1839 Commanding the Company 

Station: Fort Gilmer, Georgia 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and 
that I have this 12th day of Jan. 1839 mustered and minutely inspected the 
above named company of Florida Mounted Militia 



E. K. BARNUM, Capt. 2nd Infty. 
Inspector and Mustering Officer 



Page 54-55 

Muster Roll of Lt. Sam'l. NORTHRUP ' S Detachment of the 1st Regiment, 
Florida Militia, commanded by Col. John WARREN, ordered into service 
of the United States by Gov. R. K. CALL from the 10th day of July 1836 
to the 10th day of Nov. 1836 when mustered out of service. 

Note: Columns used for this Roll were: No., name, rank; when mustered, 
where, mustered by whom, payment period and remarks. All men were mus- 
tered at St. Augustine by Major R. M. KIRBY for 4 months. 

1. Samuel NORTHRUP, 1st Lt. ; July 10 

2. Francis J. AVICE, 2nd Lt. ; Aug. 9 

1. George COLT, Sergt.; July 10 

2. Henry FERRIS, Sergt.; July 10; mounted on sorrel horse 

3. Cornelius TAYLOR, Sergt.; Aug. 6; mounted on bay horse, 

absent 

1. John C. HUSHER, Corporal; July 10; absent with leave 
2. 

PRIVATES 

' 1. James COLLIN; July 10; promoted to Corporal 6th Sept. 1836 

2. Alexis ANDREW, July 10 

3. Stephen ARNAU, July 10; discharged 15th Sept. 1836 

4. Jacob BOUCAIEIE, July 15 

5. Thomas DOOLEY, July 10, 

6 . Thomas HEIRS , July 10 

7. John MASS, July 10 

8. Alban MCCLAIN, July 10; mounted, bay horse 

9. Rafael MARCUS, July 10; transferred to Capt. FREYMUTH's Co. 30 Sept. 

10. Jacob MICKLER, July 10; mounted, sorrel horse 

11. Diego MARANDA, July 10 

12. Gregorio 0RTEGES, July 10 

13. William PERPALL, July 10; mounted, black horse 

14. Ramon SABATE, July 10; mounted, bay stallion 

15. George SPRAGUE, July 10 

16. Elisha SPRAGUE, July 10; promoted Capt. 1 Aug. - borke 6th Sept. 

17. R. W. BASSAURE, July 10; transferred to Capt. FREYMUTH'S Co. 

30 Sept. 1836 

18. Sampson WILLIAMS, July 10 

19. Isaac SUAREZ, July 20 

20. James PONS, July 10 

21. Henry GEIGER, July 28 

22. Arthur MCCLUSKY, July 20 

23. Joseph SALDNOE, July 10 

24. John C. HOUSTON; Aug. 6; mounted, bay horse; absent 

25. F. L. ROUX, Aug. 6; mounted, bay stallion, absent 

26. Martin WHITTMORE, Aug. 6; mounted, bay stallion, absent 

27. William H. FITZPATRICK, Aug. 6; mounted, bay mare, absent 

28. Walter FURMAN, Aug. 6; mounted, sorrel horse, absent 

29. Henry W. MAXEY, Aug. 6; mounted, roan mare, absent 

30. James SIMMS, Aug. 6; mounted, sorrel horse, absent 



Page 54-55 cont'd 

31. James ACKER; July 10, 1836; mounted, sorrel mare 

32. Nicholas VIQUE, July 20, 1836; omitted by mistake on the original 

muster roll, but has been doing duty since the date of his en- 
rollment. 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
Sam'l. J. NORTHRUP'S Detachment of the Florida Militia for the period here- 
in mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and 
soldier, are accurate and just. 

Sam'l. J. NORTHRUP, Lt. 
Commanding the Detachment 
Date: 10 November 1836 
Station: St. Augustine, Flor. 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and that 
I have this 10th day of November mustered and minutely inspected the above 
named Detachment of Florida Militia. 

G. S. DRAM, Capt. Arty.? 

Inspector and Mustering Officer 
Page 56-57 

Muster Roll of Lt. Samuel NORTHRUP'S Detachment of the 1st Regiment of 
the 1st Brigade of Florida Militia, commanded by Col. John WARREN, ordered 
into service of the United States by Gov. R. K. CALL, from the 10th day of 
July 1836 to the 10th day of November 1836. 

N-te: Columns used were: No., name, rank when mustered, where mustered, 
mustered by whom; payment period and remarks. All men mustered at St. 
Augustine by Major R. M. KIRBY for 4 months. 

1. Samuel NORTHRUP, 1st LtV, July 10, 1836 

2. Francis AVICE, 2nd Lt. , Aug. 9, 1836 

1. George COLT, Sergt. , July 10, 1836; mounted, sorrel horse 

2. Henry FERRIS, Sergt., July 10, 1836; mounted bay horse 

3. Cornelius TAYLOR, Aug. 6, 1836 

1. John C. HUSHWER, Corporal; July 10, 1836 



PRIVATES 



1. Darius ALLEN, July 10, 1836 11. 

2. Alexis ANDREW, July 10, 1836 12. 

3. Stephen ARNAU , July 10, 1836 13. 

4. Jacob B0WRCADIA, July 10, '36 

5. Thomas DOOLEY, July 15, 1836 14. 

6. Thomas HEIRS, July 10, 1836 

7. John MOSS, July 10, 1836; 15. 

mounted, bay mare 16. 

8. Alb an MCCLAIN, July 10, 1836 17. 

9. Rafael MARCUS, July 10, 1836 18. 
10. Jacob MICKLER, July 10, 1836; 19. 

mounted, sorrel horse 20. 



Diego MIRANDA, July 10, 1836 
Gregoni ORTEGAS, July 10, 1836 
William PERPALL, July 10, 1836 

mounted, black horse 
Ramon SABATE, July 10, 1836, 

mounted, bay stallion 
George SPRAGUE, July 10, 183 
Elisha SPRAGUE, July 10, 1836 
R. W. BASSARERE, July 10, 1836 
Sampson WILLIAMS, July 10, 1836 
Isaac SUAREZ, July 20, 1836 
James PONS, July 10, 1836 



Page 56-57 cont'd 

21. Henry GEIGER, July 28, 1836 mounted, bay horse 

22. Arthur MCCLUSKEY, July 20, 1836 28. Walter FURMAN, Aug. 6,1836, 

23. Jos. SUMMERAL, July 10, 1836 mounted, sorrel horse 

24. John C. HOUSTON, Aug. 6, 1836; 29. Henry W. MAXEY, Aug. 6, 1836, 

mounted, bay mare mounted, roan mare 

25. F. L. ROUX, Aug. 6, 1836, 30. James SIMMS, Aug. 6, 1836, 

mounted, bay stallion mounted, sorrel horse 

26. Martin WHITEMORE, Aug. 6, 1836 31. James ACKER, Aug. 6, 1836, 

mounted, bay stallion mounted sorrel mare 

27. Wm. H. FITZPATRICK, Aug. 6,1836, 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Lt. 
Sam'l. NORTHRUP'S Detachment of the 1st Regiment Florida Militia for the 
period herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the names of each 
officer and soldier, are accurate and just. 

Date: 6th August 1836 Sam'l. NORTHRUP 

Station: St. Augustine Lt. Commanding the Company 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and that 
I have between the 10th day of July 1836 and ? 6th August 1836 must- 
ered into the service of the United States the above named Detachment of 
Florida Militia. 

R. M. KIRBY, Bt. Major 1st Arty. 

Inspector and Mustering Officer 
Page 58-59 

Muster Roll of Capt. Lewis NORTON'S Company of the 1st Regiment, Brigade 
of Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. W. J. BAILEY ordered into 
service of the United States by the Secretary of War from the 22nd day of 
January 1841 to the 17th day of April 1841 when discharged. 

Note: Columns used were name, rank, date of arrival, date when mustered, 
by whom, period; travelling, to place of rendezvous; from place of discharge 
to home and remarks. All officers and soldiers arrived at the rendezvous 
January 22, 1841 and mustered in the same day by Capt. S. CHURCHILL, 3rd 
Arty, for 3 months with payment due from enrollment and 40 miles home. 

1. Lewis NORTON, Capt.; has kept in service 1 

private servant and 2 horse 

2. John CAPO, 1st Lt.; has kept in service 1 

private servant and 2 horses 

3. Samuel C.SCOTT, 2nd Lt. ; has kept in service 1 

private servant and 2 horses 

1. Geor. W. WILLIAMS, 1st Sergt. 

2. John W. WHEATLY, Sergt. 

3. Charles 0'HARA, Sergt. 

4. Geo. SIMMONS, Sergt. 

1. Jeremiah BUTTERWORTH, Corporal 

2. James CARTER, Corporal 

3. Samuel DARROW, Corporal 

4. Hardy POLK, Corporal 



Page 58-59 cont'd 



1. Henry WHITE, Bugler 

2. Lewis HALL, Bugler 



PRIVATES 



1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 



24. 
25. 
26. 
27. 
28. 
29. 
30. 
31. 
32. 



ARNOLD, Samuel 

ARNOLD, James 

ALGIERS, Albert 

ADAMS, William 

BROCK, William 

BAKER, John 

DAVANE, John 

DAVANE, William D. 

DOWLIN, William 

DENNISON, William P. 

EAGERTON, Charles 

FISH, William 

FULFORD, Wyache 

FULFORD, Gylon 

FAIRCLOTH, Allen D. 

GIDDENS, Morris 

GEIGER, James 

GIDDENS, Obidiah 

GRAINGER, Samuel 

HOLLINGSWORTH, Stephen 

H0LLINGSW0RTH, John 

HOW, Henry 

HINTON, Woodward (2nd column 

has his name as WOODWARD 

STEPHENS) 
HERRINGTON, John 
HALL, Marion 
HIGGINS, Jas. A. 
HERRING, James 
JOHNSON, Willis 
KOCH, Chas. 
KELLY, Benjamin 
LEIM, James 
LEIM, John 



33. 
34. 
35. 
36. 
37. 
38. 
39. 
40. 
41. 
42. 
43. 
44. 
45. 
46. 
47. 
48. 
49. 
50. 
51. 
52. 
53. 
54. 
55. 
56. 
57. 
58. 
59. 
60. 
61. 
62. 
63. 

DIED 



LEFREN, Ormond 
MOTE, Jacob R. 
MINCER, David 
MORRIS, Josephus 
MONKS, Christopher 
MIMS, Duncan 
MORRIS, Thomas 
MCDANIEL, Green 
PIPKINS, Amos 
POLLIARD, Amos 
POLLIARD, Wiley 
QUINN, Garry 
ROTHBRAIN, John 
ROBINSON, Lacy 
ROBERTS, James 
SLADE, Stephen F. 
SLADE, Elisha 
SAPP, Mark. 
SIMMONS, Herdyman 
STEPHENS, John 
SLATER, William 
SMITH, Jas. H. 
THIGPEN, Joseph 
THOMAS, William 
STEPHENS, John 
VICKERS, Dreway 
VICKERS, William 
VARN, Richard J. 
VARN, William 
WILLIAMS, Samuel 
YOUNG, Wyatt 



ROBERTS, William, drowned can' t 

read July at Camp Pleasant Feb. 26 



I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
Lewis NORTON'S Company of the Floria Mounted Militia for the period herein 
mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and sol- 
dier, are accurate and just and that the recapitulation exhibits, in every 
particular, the true state of the company. 



Date: April 17, 1841 
Station: Camp Pleasant, M. F. 



Lewis NORTON, Capt. 
Commanding the Company 



Page 58-59 cont'd 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and 
that I have this 17th day of April 1841 mustered and minutely enspected 
the above named company of Florida Mounted Militia who are hereby honor- 
ably discharged out of the service of the United States. 



Page 60-61 



S. CHURCHILL, Major 3rd Arty. 
Inspector and Mustering Officer 



Muster Roll of Capt Lewis NORTON'S company of the 1st Regiment, Brigade 
of Flor. Mount-d Militia, commanded by Col. W. S. BAILEY ordered into 
service of the United States by- the Secretary of War from the 22nd day 
of January 1841 to the 22nd day of April 1841. 

Note: All officers and soldiers arrived January 22, 1841 and mustered in 
the same day by Major S. CHURCHILL, 3rd Art. for 3 months and it was 40 
miles to their place of rendezvous. 

1. Lewis NORTON, Capt. 

2. John COPE, 1st Lt. 

3. Sam'l. C. SCOTT, 2nd Lt. 

1. George W. VARNNUM, 1st Sergt. 

2. John WHEATLEY, Sergt. 

3. Charles O'HARA, Sergt. 

4. George SIMMONS, Sergt. 

1. Jermiah BUTTERWORTH, Corporal 

2. James CARTER, Corporal 

3. Samuel DAVANE , Corporal 

4. Hardy POLK, Corporal 

1. Henry WHITE, Bugler 

2. Lewis HALL 





PRIVATES 




1. 


ARNOLD, Samuel 


18. 


2. 


ARNOLD, James 


19. 


3. 


ALGIERS, Albert 


20. 


4. 


B can't read, William? 


21. 


5. 


BROCK, William 


22. 


6. 


BAKER, John 


23. 


7. 


DAVANE, John 


24. 


8. 


DAVANE, Wm. D. 


25. 


9. 


DOWLIN, William 


26. 


10. 


DENNISON, William F. 


27. 


11. 


EAGERTON, Charles 


28. 


12. 


FISH, William 


29. 


13. 


FULFORD, Wyche A. 


30. 


14. 


FULFORD, Guy ton 


31. 


15. 


FAIRCLOTH, Allen D. 


32. 


16. 


GIDDENS, Morris 


33. 


17. 


GIGER, James 


34. 



GIDDENS, Obadiah 

GRANGER, Samuel 

HOLLINGSWORTH, Stephen 

HOLLINGSWORTH, John 

HOW, Henry 

HINTON, Woodward 

HERRINGTON, John 

HALL, Marion 

HUGGINS, Jas. H. 

HERRING, James 

JOHNSON, Willis 

KOCH, Charles 

KELLY, Benjamin 

LEIM, James 

LEIM, John 

LAPUCE, (LEFREN?), Ormond 

MOTT, Jacob R. 



Page 60-61 cont'd 

50. SLADE, Elisha 

51. SAPP, Mark, 

52. SIMMONS, Herdyman 

53. STEPHENS, John 

54. SLATER, William 

55. SMITH, James H. 

56. THIGPEN, Joseph 

57. THOMAS, William 

58. RUMPHRIES, John 

59. VICKERS, Drewry 

60. VICKERS, William 

61. VARN, Richard J. 

62. VARN, William 

63. WILLIAMS, Samuel 

64. YOUNG, WyetC 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
Lewis NORTON'S company of Flor. Mounted Militia for the period herein men- 
tioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and soldier, 
are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation exhibits, in every par- 
ticular, the true state of the company. 



35. 


MINCER, David 


36. 


MORRIS, Josephus 


37. 


MONKS, Christopher 


38. 


MIMS, Duncan 


39. 


MORRIS, Thomas 


40. 


MCDANIEL, Green 


41. 


PIPKINS, Lewis 


42. 


POLLIARD, Allison 


43. 


POLLIARD, Wiley 


44. 


QUINN, Garry 


45. 


ROTHBRAIN, John 


46. 


ROBINSON, Lacy 


47. 


ROBERTS, James 


48. 


ROBERTS, William 


49. 


SLADE, Stephen H. 



Date: January 22, 1841 
Station: Camp R. GAMBLE, M. F. 



Lewis NORTON, Capt. 
Commanding the Company 



I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and 
that I have this 22nd day of January 1841 mustered and minutely inspected 
the above named company of Florida Mounted Militia into the service of 
the United States for the term of 3 months. 



S. CHURCHILL, Maj . 3rd Art. 
Inspector and Mustering Officer 



Page 62-63 



Muster Roll of Capt. Alfred OLIVER'S company of the 1st Regiment, Brigade 
of Florida Mounted Militia commanded by Col. W. J. BAYLEY ordered into ser- 
vice of the United States by Bt. Brig. Gen'l. W. K. ARMISTEAD from the 4th 
day of August 1840 to the 5th day of November 1840 when discharged. 

Note. Columns used were: name rank, date of arrival, when mustered in, 
by whom, period, last paid; travelling to place of rendezvous, miles from 
place of dishcarge home and remarks. All officers and soldiers arrived 
March 18, 1840 and mustered August 4, 1840, unless otherwise shown, and 
8 miles to place of rendezvous and 40 miles from place of discharge home. 
Payment due from enrollment. Major FAUNTLER0Y was the mustering officer. 



1. Alfred OLIVER, Capt. 

2. Cornelius BARNS, 1st Lt. 

3. Kin chen SANDERS, 2nd Lt. 



Page 62-63 cont'd 



1. John MANNING, 1st Sergt. 

2. John MCLEAN, Sergt. 

3. Robert SANDERS, Sergt. 

4. William MANNING, Sergt. 

1. Hinton SANDERS, Corp'l., 

sick at Centerville ? 
from Sept. 15 (25?) 

2. Benjamin T. HOGAN , Corp'l. 

3. Elijah LEVENS, Corp'l. 

4. John ARRINGTON, Corp'l. 





PRIVATES 




1. 


AIKENS, Moses 


34. 


2. 


BATES, Charles 


35. 


3. 


BARNES, Peter 


36. 


4. 


BRUMBLE, William 


37. 


5. 


BEZEAN, Thesalus 


38. 


6. 


BUCK, Wherry 


39. 


7. 


BARNEY, Carroll 


40. 


8. 


BARNARD, Julius, Mar. 15 


41. 


9. 


BARNES, James, Mar. 15 


42. 


10. 


CHASON, Jacob, Mar. 15 


43. 


11. 


CAMPBELL, Michael B. , Mar. 15 


44. 


12. 


CONNEL, John G. , Mar. 15 


45. 


13. 


CONNEL, David G. , Mar. 15 


46. 


14. 


COLLINS, John, Mar. 15 


47. 


15. 


DILLING, Thomas, Mar. 24 


48. 


16. 


DOYLE, Michael, Mar. 24 


49. 


17. 


DIVOSE, Robert 


50. 


18. 


DICKSON, Stephen 


51. 


19. 


DICKSON, Samuel 


52. 


20. 


ELKINS, George 


53. 


21. 


EDENFIELD, John 


54. 


22. 


FLOYD, George 


55. 


23. 


FAIRBANKS, Otis 


56. 


24. 


GRISSET, J. T. 


57. 


25. 


GEDDIE, James 


58. 


26. 


GREY, Henry W. , Aug. 4 


59. 


27. 


GRISSET, Arthur 


60. 


28. 


GOODCHILD, Edward 


61. 


29. 


HALE, James 


62. 


30. 


HORN, Joshua 




31. 


HORN, Daniel 




32. 


HERRING, John 




33. 


HERROD, Charles 




RECORD OF EVENTS 





HAGEN, Laurence, Aug. 4 

HAWKINS, William 

HAGEN, Stephen 

IRWIN, John 

KETTLEBAND, D. E. 

KINSEY, Elijah, Aug. 4 

LAURENCE, Adam 

LAVENDER, Littleton 

MCGEIGEN, Thomas 

OLIVER, William 

PIERCE, John 

PICKET, James 

ROBERTS, Hiram 

ROGERS, William 

STRINGER, Smith 

SWAIM, C. W. T. 

SWEETMAN, George 

SMITH, Otis 

SPARKMAN, Henry 

SWAIM, Sherrod 

TYSON, Rease 

THOMAS, Polk W. 

UMPHREY, Matthew 

WILLIAMS, Joseph 

WILLIAMS, Joseph 

WATSON, Henry 

WATSON, John 

WILLIAMS, James 

WHITEHOUSE, Elisha, killed in 

a personal affray at Talla.- 

hassee Sept. 29 



To Brigadier Gen'l. ARMISTEAD _ 
Washington City, May 5, 18A0~ 



? Florida, Hd. Qrs. of the Army, 



Page 62-63 cont'd 

In mustering this force into service, you will instruct the mustering of- 
ficer to include in the muster, the militia now in the service of the 
Teritery. (as spelled) from the date they entered it and to muster out of 
service such of them as may wish to ? 

A true extract J. MACOMB, Maj . Gen'l. 

S. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3rd Art. Commander-in-chief 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
Alfred OLIVER'S company of the Florida Mounted Militia for the period 
herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer 
and soldier, are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation exhibits, 
in every particular, the true state of the above named company. 

Date: November 5, 1840 Alfred OLIVER, Capt. 

Station: Tallahassee, M. F. Commanding the Company 

I certify on honor that I have carefull examined this Muster Roll, and 
that I have this 5th day of No.v 1840 mustered and minutely inspected the 
above named named company of Florida Mounted Militia who are hereby 
honorably discharged from the service of the United States. 

S. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3rd Art. 
Inspector and Mustering Officer 

At the bottom of the page was the following: As the requisition for sub- 
sistence and forage for the time of Territorial ? (prior to the muster 

of August) were in a mustered state and those activies expected to be rec'd. 

in kind from the Ter'l. Agents that ? not of the time was not on this 

muster ? of discharge and for balances of subsistences and forage due, 

and the Captain ? must therefore authenicate the balances of any 

for that time by Certificate or oath at the payment for that ? 

S. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3rd Art. 
Page 64-65 

Muster Roll of Capt. Alfred OLIVER'S company of the 1st Regiment of Florida 
Mounted Militia commanded by Col. BAYLEY ordered into service of the United 
States by Bt. Brig. Gen'l. W. K. ARMISTEAD from the 4th day of August 1840 
to the 4th day of Nov. 1840. 

Note: All officers and soldiers arrived at -the place of rendezvous Mar. 18, 
unless otherwise stated, mustered in Aug. 4, 1840 by Maj. FAUNTLEROY, 2nd 
Dragoons for 3 months. It was 8 miles to the place of rendezvous. 

1. Alfred OLIVER, Capt. 

2. Cornelius BARNES, 1st Lt. 

3. Kinchen SANDERS, 2nd Lt. 

1. John MANNING, 1st Sergt. . 

2. John MCLEAN, Sergt. ; on duty at Camp Oliver in 

charge of guards 



Page 64-65 cont'd 



3. Robert LAVENDER, Sergt. 

4. William MANNING, Sergt. 

1. Hinton SANDERS, Corporal 

2. Benjamin T. HAGAN, Corporal 

3. Elijah LEVANS, Corporal 

4. John COVINGTON, Corporal 



1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 

13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 

17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 
26. 
27. 
28. 
29. 
30. 
31. 
32. 
33. 
34. 
35. 
36. 



PRIVATES 




AIKENS, Moses 


37. 


BATES, Charles 


38. 


BARNOE, Peter 


39. 


BRUMBLE, William 


40. 


BEZEAU, Thesalaus 




BUCK, Wherry 




BRADY, Charles 


41. 


BARNEY, Carrol 


42. 


BARNARD, Julius 


43. 


BARNES, James 


44. 


CHASON, Jacob 


45. 


CAMPBELL, Michael, on duty at 




Camp Volusia as one of theguards 


46. 


CONNEL, John G. 




CONNEL, David G. 




COLLINS, John 


47. 


DILLING, Thomas, Mar. 24 


48. 


DOYLE, Michael, Mar. 24 


49. 


DIVOSE, Robert 


50. 


DICKSON, Stephen 


51. 


DICKSON, Samuel 




ELKINS, George 


52. 


EDENFIELD, John 




FLOYD, George 


53. 


FAIRBANKS, Otis 


54. 


GRISSETT, J. G. 




GEDDIE, James 


55. 


GRAY, Henry W. , Aug. 4 


56. 


GRISSETT, Arthur 




G00DCHILD, Edward 




HALE, James 


57. 



HORN, Joshua J. 

HORN, Daniel 

HERRING, John 

HERROD, Charles 

HAGAN, Lawrence, Aug. 4 

HAWKINS, William 



58. 
59. 
60. 

61. 
62. 
63. 



HAGAN, Stephen D. 

IRWIN, John 

KETTLEBAND, D. E. 

KINSEY, Elijah, Aug. 4, on 

duty at Camp Tologia as 

one of the guards 
LAURENCE, Adam 
LAVENDER, Littleton 
MCGEIGER, Thomas 
OLIVER, William 
PIERCE, John on duty at Camp 

Oliver as one of the guards 
PICKET, Francis on duty at 

Flat Creek as one of the 

guards 
ROBERTS, Hiram 
ROGERS, William 
STRINGER, Smith 
SWAIM, C. W. T. 
SWEETMAN, George, absent sick 

at Camp Tologia 
SMITH, Otis on duty at Flat 

Creek as one of the guards 
SPARKMAN, Henry 
SWAIM, Sherrod on duty at 

Camp Tologia 
TYSON, Rease 
THOMAS, Patrick M on duty at 

Flat Creek as one of the 

guards 
UMPHREY, Matthew 
WILLIAMS, Joseph 
WILLIAMS, John 
WATSON, Henry on duty at Camp 

Oliver as one of the guards 
WATSON, John 
WILLIAMS, James 
WHITEHOUSE, Elisha 



RECORD OF EVENTS 
Extract 



Head Quarters, Washington City 

May 5, 1840 
In mustering this force into the service, you will instruct the mustering 
officer to include in the muster, the militia now in the service of the Ter- 
ritory from the date they entered it and to muster out such as may wish to 
retire. 



P age 64-65 cont'd 

I am very respectfully in yr. obt. Servt. 
Alexander MACOMB, Maj . Gen'l. 
Commander-in-chief 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
Alfred OLIVER'S company of the 1st Regiment of Florida Mounted Militia for 
the period herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each 
officer and soldier, are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation ex- 
hibits, in every particular, the true state of the company. 

Date: 4th August 1840 Alfred OLIVER, Capt. 

Station: Quincy Commanding the company 

I certify en honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and that 
I have this 4th day of August 1840 mustered into the service of the United 
States the above named company of the 1st Regiment Mounted Florida Militia 
for the period of 3 months from the above mentioned date unless sooner dis- 
charged. 

M. FAUNTLEROY 
Major 2nd Dragoons 
Page 66-67 

Muster Roll of Capt. Alfred OLIVER'S company of the 1st Regiment, Florida 
Brig, of Mounted Militia commanded by Col. W. J. BAILEY ordered into service 
of the United States by the Secretary of War from 3 December 1840 to the 3rd 
day of March 1841. 

Note: All officers and soldiers arrived at the place of rendezvous Dec. 3, 
1840 and mustered the same day by Capt. J. C. CASEY, U. S. A. and it was 25 
miles to the place of rendezvous for all. 

1. Alfred OLIVER, Capt. 

1. Kinchen SAUNDERS, 1st Lt. 

2. William RODGERS, 2nd Lt. 

1. Jno. J. D. CASH, 1st Sergt. 

2. Daniel TOWNSEND, 2nd Sergt. 

3. Otis FAIRBANKS, 3rd Sergt. 

4. William SAUNDERS, 4th Sergt. 

1. John TURNER, Corporal 

2. John COVINGTON, Corporal 

3. John TUCKER, Corporal 

4. John EDENFIELD, Corporal 

1. J. D. CARGILL, Musician 

2. William HAWKINS, Musician 



Page 66-67 cont'd 





PRIVATES 


1. 


AIKENS, Moses 


33. 


2. 


ABBOTT, James 


34. 


3. 


BARNOE, Peter 


35. 


4. 


BARBAREE, Stanzel 


36. 


5. 


BATES, Charles 


37. 


6. 


BELL, Henry 


38. 


7. 


BERNARD, Julius 


39. 


8. 


CAMPBELL, C. T. 


40. 


9. 


CARROLL, Barney 


41. 


10. 


CHEW, John B. 


42. 


11. 


COLLIER, Thomas 


43. 


12. 


CONNER, John 


44. 


13. 


CONNELL, Wm. D. 


45. 


14. 


COX, James 


46. 


15. 


DICKSON, Samuel 


47. 


16. 


DILLON, Thomas 


48. 


17. 


DOYLE, Michael 


49. 


18. 


ELKINS, George 


50. 


19. 


FUSS ELL, John 


51. 


20. 


GIDDINS, Benj. 


52. 


21. 


GRIMES, Steven 


53. 


22. 


GOODCHILD, Edward 


54. 


23. 


GRAY, Henry W. 


55. 


24. 


GILBERT, Henry 


56. 


25. 


GRISSETT, Arthur 


57. 


26. 


GEDDIE, Daniel 


58. 


27. 


GEDDIE, James 


59. 


28. 


HOLT, Thomas 


60. 


29. 


HERRING, John 


61 


30. 


HAGAN, Lawrence 


62. 


31. 


HAGGER, John 


63. 


32. 


HOLDER, Jefferson 





HALL, David 
JONES, William 
IMMANUEL, David 
KING, John W. 
LEE , Amos 
LAMB, Edward 
MCLEAN, John 
LANDON, David 
MCLEAN, John L. 
MCGEIGER, Thomas 
MERRITT, Alexander 
MATTHEWS, Duncan 
MARTIN, John S. (J.?) 
OLIVER, William 
OLIVER, Phasa 
MCPHAIL, Archibald 
PICKETT, Francis 
PORTERVANE, James 
RODGERS, Jessee 

RA LEY, H.? G. 

SHERRILL, James 
STEWART, Solomon M. 
STELYNER, John E. 
TYSON, Rhesa 
VAUGHT, William 
VANZANT, William 
WATSON, William H. 
WHIGHAM, Andrew 
WOOD, John J. 
WEATHERS, Jenkins 
WILLIAMS, John 



I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
OLIVER'S company of the Moun ted Militia for the period herein mentioned; 
that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and soldier, are 
accurate and just, and that the recapitulation exhibits, in every parti- 
cular, the true state of the company. 



Alfred OLIVER, Capt. 
Commanding the company 



Date: 3 December 1840 

Station: Camp Oliver on Okloknee 
River 
I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and that 
I have this 3rd day of December 1840 mustered and minutely inspected the 
above named company of Col. BAILEY'S Regiment Florida Mounted Militia. 



Jno. C. CASEY, Capt. 
Reja.? & Inspector & Mustering 
Officer 



Page 68-69 

Muster Roll of Capt. Alfred OLIVER'S company of the 1st Regiment, Brigade 
of Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. W. J. BAILEY ordered into 
service of the United States by the Secretary of War from the 3rd day of 
December 1840 to the 13th day of March 1841 when discharged. 

Note: Officers and soldiers arrived at the place of rendezvous Dec. 3, 
1840 and were mustered the same day by Capt. J. C. CASEY for 3 months 
payment due from enrollment. Number of miles to the place of rendzvous 
was 25 miles and no miles home from place of discharge and remarks. 

1. Alfred OLIVER, Capt. , has kept in service private 

servant and 2 horses 

2. Kinchen SAUNDERS, 1st Lt. , has kept in service 

private servant and 2 horses 

3. William ROGERS, 2nd Lt., has kept in service pri- 

vate servant and 2 horses 

1. John S. CASH, 1st Sergt. 

2. Daniel TOWNSEND, Sergt. 

3. Otis FAIRBANKS, Sergt. 

4. William SAUNDERS, Sergt. 

1. John TURNER, Corporal 

2. John COVINGTON, Corporal 

3. John TUCKER, Corporal 

4. John EDENFIELD, Corporal 

1. J. D. CARGILL, Bugler 

2. William HAWKINS, Bugler 







PRIVATES 


1. 


AIKENS,, on command at 


Camp 21. 




Oliver from Mar. 7 


22. 


2. 


ABBOTT, James 


23. 


3. 


BARNOE, Peter 


24. 


4. 


BARBAREE, Stanzel 


25. 


5. 


BATES, Charles 


26. 


6. 


BELL, Henry 


27. 


7. 


BARNARD, Julius 


28, 


8. 


CAMPBELL, C. T. 


29, 


9. 


CARROLL, Barney 


30, 


10. 


CHEW, John B. 


31 


11. 


COLLIER, Thomas 


32 


12. 


CONNER, John 


33 


13. 


CONNELL, William 0. 


34 


14. 


COX, James 


35 


15. 


DICKSON, Samuel 


36 


16. 


DILLON, Thomas 




17. 


DOYLE, Michael 


37 


18. 


ELKINS, George 


38 


19. 


FUSSELL, John 


39 


20. 


GIDDEONS, Benj. 


40 



GRIMES, Stephen 

GOODCHILD, Edward 

GRAY, Henry W. 

GILBERT, Henry 

GRISSETT, Arthur 

GEDDIE, Daniel 

GEDDIE, James 

HOLT, Thomas 

HERRING, John 

HAGUE, Lawrence 

HAGGER, John 

HOLDER, Jefferson 

HALL, David 

JONES, William 

IMMANUEL, David 

KING, John W., on command at 

Camp Oliver from Mar. 7 
LEE, Amos 
LAMB, Edward 
MCLEAN, John 
LANDON, David 



Page 68-69 cont'd 



41. 

42. 

43. 

44. 
45. 

46. 
47. 



48. 
49. 
50. 
51. 



MCLEAN, John L. 52. 

MCGUIGER, Thos. (also 53. 

spelled MCGEIGER) 54. 
MERRITT, Alex'r., on command 

at Camp Oliver from Mar. 7 55. 

MATTHEWS, Duncan 56. 

MARTIN, John J. 57. 

OLIVER, William 58. 
OLIVER, Rhesa (can't read 

probably "on command at. 59. 

Camp Oliver from Mar. 7 60. 

MCPHAIL, Arch'd. 61. 

PICKET, Francis 62. 

PORTERVANE, James 63. 
ROGERS, Jessee 



ROBERTS, W. G. 

SHERRILL, James 

STEWART, Solomon M. , on command 

at Camp Oliver 
STELYNER, John E. 
TYSON, Rhesa 
VAUGHT, William 
VANZANT, William, sick at Fort 

Jackson from Mar. 7 
WATSON, William H. 
WHIGHAM, Andrew 
WOOD, John J. 
WEATHERS, Jenkins 
WILLIAMS, John 



I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
Alfree OLIVER'S company of the Florida Mounted Militia for the period here- 
in mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and 
soldier, are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation exhibits, in 
every particular, the true state of the company. 



Date: March 13, 1841 
Station: Charles Ferry, E. F. 



Alfred OLIVER, Capt. 
Commanding the company 



I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and 
that I have this 13th day of March 1841 mustered and minutely inspected 
the above named company of Flor. Mounted Militia who are hereby honorably 
discharged from the service of the United States. 



Page 70-71 



S. CHURCHILL, Ma j . 3rd Art. 
Inspector and Mustering Officer 



Muster Roll of Capt. Alfred OLIVER'S company of the 1st Regiment, Brigade 
of Flor. Mounted Militia commanded by Col. W. J. BAILEY ordered into ser- 
vice of the United States by the Secretary of War from the 14th day of March 
1841 to the 20th day of April 1841 when discharged. 

Note: Columns used were: name, rank, date of arrival at rendezvous, when 
mustered, by whom, period, last paid, travelling, no. of miles to place of 
rendezvous, no. of miles from place of discharge home and remarks. All 
officers and soldiers arrived at the rendezvous March 14, 1841 and mustered 
the same day by Maj . S. CHURCHILL, 3rd Art. for 3 months with payment due 
from enrollment. 



1. Alfred OLIVER, Capt. ; has kept in service a pri- 

vate servant and 2 horses ; o miles home 

2. Kinchen SAUNDERS, 1st Lt. ; has kept in service a pri- 

vate servant and 2 horses ; 30 miles home 

3. Arch'd. MCPHAIL, 2nd Lt. ; has kept in service a private 

servant and 2 horses ; 40 miles home 



Page 70-71 cont'd 



1. Henry BATES, 1st Sergt. , 30 miles home 

2. John TUCKER, Sergt.; 20 miles home 

3. William OLIVER, Sergt.; 20 miles 

4. William JONES, Sergt.; 30 miles home 

1. N. G. RALEIGH, Corporal; 20 miles 

2. Vincent TANNER, Corporal; 20 miles 

3. John BARNOE, Corporal; 30 miles home 

4. Henry W. GRAY, Corporal; 30 miles home 

1. Benjamin HAWKINS, Bugler; 20 miles home 

2. David HALL, Bugler; 20 miles home 

PRIVATES 



1. ALLEN, Thomas; 100 miles to ren- 33. 

dezvous, 20 miles home 34. 

2. ABBOTT, James; 30 miles home 

3. AIKENS, Moses L. ; 20 miles home 

4. BARKER, John; cann't read 35. 

5. BARBER, Stanzell; 30 miles home 36. 

6. BRADBURY, Wilson; 100 miles to 37. 

rendezvous, 30 miles home 38. 

7. BARNOE, Julius; 30 miles home 

8. BRYANT, Benj. H. ; 20 miles home 39. 

9. CARROLL, Barney; 20 miles home 40. 

10. CASH, James; 20 miles home 

11. COS, James; 20 miles home 

12. COLLIER, Thomas; 30 miles home 41. 

13. CONNER, John; 30 miles home 42. 

14. COVINGTON, John J. ; 30 miles home 

15. CAMPBELL, M. T. ; 30 miles home 43. 

16. CARGILL, C. D. ; 20 miles home 44. 

17. DILLING, Thomas; 30 miles home 45. 

18. DOYL, Michael; 30 miles home 46. 

19. EDENFIELD, John; 30 miles home 47. 

20. ELKINS, George; 30 miles home 48. 

21. FAIRBANKS, Otis; 30 miles home 49. 

22. FUSSELL, John; 30 miles home 50. 

23. GIDDENS, Benjamin; 30 miles home 51. 

24. GINWRIGHT, Jessee; 100 miles to 52. 

rendezvous, 30 miles home 53. 

25. GRIMES, Stephen; 30 miles home 54. 

26. GRISSETT, Arthur; 30 miles home 55. 

27. GRISSETT, J. G. ; 20 miles home 

28. GEDDIE, James; 30 miles home 56. 

29. GEDDIE, Daniel; 20 miles home 57. 

30. G0LDING, William; 88 miles to 58. 

rendezvous, 20 miles home 59. 

31. G00DCHILD, Edward; 20 miles home 

32. HARRIS, Andrew; 96 miles to ren- 60. 

dezvous, ? home; sick at 61. 

E ? from April 12 62. 



HARRISON, W. A.; 20 miles home 
HOWELL, John; 20 miles home; 
.' absent w/leave of Capt. from 

April 15 
HAGEN, Lawrence; 20 miles home 
HERRING, John; 20 miles home 
HOLDER, Jefferson; 20 miles home 
IRVIN, John; 100 miles to rende- 
zvpus , 20 miles home 

KEE, Laurence; ? 

LANDON, David; 100 miles to ren- 
dezvous, 30 miles home; absent 
w/leave of Capt. from April 15 
LEE, Allen; 30 miles home 
LEE, Amos; 96 miles to rendez- 
vous, 30 miles home 
LEE, James M. ; 30 miles home 
MATTHEWS, Duncan; 20 miles home 
MARTIN, John J. ; 20 miles home 
MCLEAN, John L. 
MCLEAN, John 
MOTT, Francis 
PHILIPS, Henry 
PORTERVANE, James 
ROGERS, William 

RO ?, Thos.; 20 miles home 

ROGERS, William; 20 miles home 

?, William; 30 miles 

?, William; 96 miles 

to rendezvous; 30 miles home 
TURNER, John; 20 miles home 
TYSON, Ruda 
VAUGHT, William 

WATSON, William H. ; absent 

That ? from April 10 

WHIGHAM, Asa; 30 miles home 
WHIGHAM, Andrew; 30 miles home 
WEETHAUS, Julius; 30 miles home 



Page 70-71 cont'd 

63. WILLIAMS, John; 20 miles home 64. WOOD, John J.; 20 miles home 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
Alfred OLIVER'S company of the Florida Mounted Militia for the period 
herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer 
and soldier, are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation exhibits, 
in every particular, the true state of the company. 



Date: April 20, 1841 
Station: Tallahassee, M. F. 



Alfred OLIVER, Capt. 
Commanding the company 



I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and 
that I have this 20th day of April 1841 mustered and minutely inspected 
the above named company of Flor. Mounted Militia are hereby honorably 
discharged from the service of the United States. 



S. CHURCHILL, Maj . 3rd Art. 
Inspector and Mustering Officer 



Page 72-73 



Muster Roll of Capt. Alfred OLIVER'S company of the 1st Regiment of Flor. 
Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. W. J. BAILEY ordered into service of 
the United States by the Secretary of War from the 14th day of March 1841 
to the 14th day of April 1841. 

Note: Officers and soldiers arrived at the rendezvous March 14, 1841 and 
were mustered the same day by Maj. S. CHURCHILL for 3 months; the men tra- 
veled no miles to the rendezvous, except where noted. 



1. Alfred OLIVER, Capt. 

2. Kinchen SAUNDERS, 1st Lt. 

3. Archi'd. MCPHAIL, 2nd Lt. 



1. N. G. RALEIGH, Corp'l. 

2. Vincent TANNER, Corp'l. 

1. William HOLDER, Bugler 



1. Henry BATES, 1st Sergt. 

2. John TUCKER, Sergt. 

3. William OLIVER, Sergt. 

4. William JONES, Sergt. 

3. Peter BARNOE, Corp'l. 

4. Henry W. GRAY, Corp'l. 

2. David HALL, Bugler 



PRIVATES 



1. ALLEN, Thoas. (also shown 

as Thomas) , 100 miles 

2. ABBOTT, James 

3. AIKENS, Moses S. 

4. BARKER, John 

5. BARBER, Stansell 

6. BRADLEY, Wilson 

7. BERNARD, Julius 

8. BRYANT, Ben j . H. 

9. CARROLL, Barney 
10. CASH, James 



11. COX, James 

12. COLLINS, Thos. (also shown Thomas) 

13. CONNER, John 

14. COVINGTON, John J. 

15. CAMPBELL, M. T. 

16. CARGILL, C. D. 

17. DILLING, Thos. (also shown Thomas) 

18. D0YL, Michael 

19. EDENFIELD, John 

20. ELKINS, George 

21. FAIRBANKS, Otis 



Page 72-73 cont'd 



22. 


FUSSELL, John 


43. 


23. 


GIDDENS, Benj'n. 


44. 


24. 


GINWRIGHT, Jessee; 100 miles 


45. 


25. 


GRIMES, Stephen 


46. 


26. 


GRISSETT, Arthur 


47. 


27. 


GRISSETT, J. G. 


48. 


28. 


GEDDIE, James 


49. 


29. 


GEDDIE, Daniel; 88 miles 


50. 


30. 


GOLDING, William 


51. 


31 


GOODCHILD, Edward; 90 


52. 




miles 


53. 


32. 


HARRIS, Andrew 


54. 


33. 


HARRISON, W. A. 


55. 


34. 


HARRELL, John 


56. 


35 


HAGER, Lawrence 


57. 


36. 


HERRING, John 


58. 


37. 


HOLDER, Jefferson 


59. 


38. 


IRVINE, John 


60. 


39. 


KEE, Lawrence; 100 miles 


61 


40. 


LANDON, David 


62. 


41. 


LEE, Allen; 100 miles 


63. 


42. 


LEE, Amos 


64. 



LEE, James J. 
MATTHEWS, Duncan 
MARTIN, John J. 
MCLEAN, John 



MCLEAN, John D. 
MCGEIGER, Thomas 
PICKETT, Francis 
PHILLIPS, Henry; 100 miles 
PORTERVANE, James 
ROOKE I . ? , Amos 
ROGERS, William; 100 miles 
can't read , William 

■ ? can't read 

TURNER, John 
TYSON, Reese 
VAUGHT, William 
WATSON, William H. 
WHIGHAM, Asa 
WHIGHAM, Andrew 
WEATHERS, Jenkins 
WILLIAMS, John 
W000D, John 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
Alfred OLIVER'S company of the Flor. Mounted Militia for the period here- 
in mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and 
soldier, are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation exhibits, in 
every particular, the true state of the company. 



Date: March 14, 1841 
Station: Charles Ferry, E.F. 



Alfred OLIVER, Capt. 
Commanding the company 



I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and 
that I have this 14th day of March 1841 mustered and minutely inspected 
the above named company of Florida Mounted Militia into the service of 
the United States for the term of 3 months. 



S. CHURCHILL, Maj . 3rd Art. 
Inspector and Mustering Officer 



Page 74-75 



Muster Roll of Capt. John PADGETT'S company of Florida Militia from the 

1st day of October 1838 when mustered into service ? 31st day 

of October ? mustered out of service. 

Note: The top of this muster roll was badly torn. All men arrived at 
general rendezvous Oct. 1 and enrolled at Aspilago by Maj. T. NOEL for 
31 days; mustered 31st Oct. 1841 at Aspilago by Maj. T. NOEL. 

1. John PADGITT, Capt. 

1. John W. DAVISON, 1st Lt. 

1. Bryant TAPPE, 2nd Lt. 



Page 74-75 cont'd 



1. Asbury BURK, 1st Sergt. 

2. Charles SIMS, 2nd Sergt. 

3. Ranson FOLSOM, 3rd Sergt. 

4. Jacob J. PORTER, 4th Sergt. 

1. Jonathan JONES, Jr., 1st Corporal 

2. Armistead S. REVIEN?, 2nd Corporal 

3. John J. MCRAY, 3rd Corporal 

4. Barnwill W. ONEIL, 4th Corporal 



1. BURNS, Anthony 

2. BURNS, John 

3. BOWERS, Wm. H. 

4. BLANCHARD, Robert 

5. BARROWN, Archibald 

6. CALLWAY, B. Fair 

7. CARROWAY, Charles 

8. CANDDY, R. J. 

9. DAILQY, Hugh 

10. DANIEL, Moses 

11. DWANGHN W. T. 

12. ENGLISH, John 

13. EVANS, James 

14. FUQUAY, James 

15. HOVEY, James 

16. HUDSON, Run 

17. HOWARD, Charles 

18. MCDANIEL, John 

19. MORRIS, Sion 

20. MCNAIR, John 

21. MEARS, Levi 

22. MCCORMICK, Wm. 

23. MARLIN, Reuben 

24. OWEN, Samuel 

25. OWEN, John 

26. OWEN, Thomas 

27. PROCISE, Peter 



PRIVATES 




28. 


PARAM0RE, William 


29. 


PARKEY, Aleander 


30. 


PEEL, Jacob 


31. 


PLIDE, A. K. 


32. 


RICE, J. C. 


33. 


ROOK, Thomas 


34. 


RICHARDS, W. H. 


35. 


RED, John 


36. 


STAFFORD, J. B. 


37. 


SKEPPA, Allen 


38. 


SIMS, Thomas 


39. 


SIMS, Jesse 


40. 


STEWART, Darling 


41. 


SYKES, William 


42. 


SYKES, John 


43. 


SISSIONS, Jos. H. 


44. 


TAYLOR, Lewis 


45. 


TAYLOR, Robert J. 


46. 


TAYLOR, Owen 


47. 


VICKERY, Henry 


48. 


WILLIAMS, David 


49. 


WILLIAMS, Frederick 


50. 


WHIGHAM, A. P. 


51. 


WHISHARD, Hardy 


52. 


WYNNS, W. B. 


53. 


WHITEFIELD, B. R. 


54. 


W00DALL, James D. 



I certify that this Muster Roll is correct. Mustered at Aspilago, 
Appolachicola River, Fla. this 31st day of October 1838. 



Thos. NOEL, Maj. U. S. A. 



P age 76 

Muster Roll of Capt. John PARKER'S company of late 1st Lt. William H. 
WHITAKER'S Detachment of Florida Mounted Volunteers, commanded by Capt. 
John PARKER called into service of the State of Florida by His Excel- 
lency, James C. BROOME, Governor, under his order of the 15th August 
1856 at Manatee, (the place of general rendezvous) on the 7th day of 
October k856, to serve for the term of 6 months from the date of enroll- 
ment, unless sooner discharged; from the 7th day of October 1856 (when 
mustered in) to the 17th day of December 1856, when muster out. The 
company was organized by 1st Lt. William H. WHITAKER and Capt. John 
PARKER at Manatee, in the month of October 1856, and marched thence to 
Tampa, where it arrived the 15th of December 1856, a distance of 50 miles 
and was mustered and discharged at Tampa on the 17th day of Dec. 1856. 

Note: Columns used for this Muster Roll were: No., name, rank; enrolled 
at general rendezvous, when, where, by whom, payment period; mustered into 
service when, where, by whom and payment period; travelling, to place of 
rendezvous no. of miles, no. of miles from place of discharge to home and 
remarks. 

1. John PARKER, Capt., Nov. 18, 1856 at Manatee by William 

H. WHITAKER for 6 months; mustered in Oct. 17 by Jesse 

CARTER, Special Agent at Manatee; 50 miles to rendezvous, 
50 miles home from place of discharge 

1. William H. WHITAKER, 1st Lt. Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by 

William H. WHITAKER, for 6 mos; mustered in Oct. 7 at 
Manatee by Jesse CARTER, Special Agt. .payment due from 
enrollment; 50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles home from 
place of discharge 

2. German H. WYATT, 2nd Lt.Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William 

H. WHITAKER AND John PARKER for 6 mos. ; mustered in 
Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by Jesse CARTER, Special Agent 
with payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to rendezvous, 
50 miles from place of discharge home 

1. David TOWNSEND, 1st Sergt. , Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by 

William H. WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos. at Manatee 
by Jesse CARTER, Special Agent, payment due from enrollment; 
50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles home from pace of discharge 

2. Joseph WOODRUFF, 2nd Sergt., Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William 

H. WHITAKER and John PARKER,240 miles; mustered in Oct. 7 at 
Manatee by Jesse CARTER, payment due from enrollment; 50 miles 
from place of discharge home . . 

3. William RAULERSON, 3rd Sergt., Oct. 20, 1856 at Tampa by William 

H. WHITAKER & John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered Dec. 2 at Tampa 
by Jesse CARTER, Special AGent; payment due from enrollment; 
240 miles to rendezvous; appointed Corporal Nov. 18, 1856; 
age 27 ; . ^~ — — -' 

1. Ezekiel GLAZIER, 1st Corp'l., Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William 
H. WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos. mustered same day by 
Jesse CARTER, Special Agent at Manatee; payment due from en- 
enrollment; 50 miles to rendezvous and 50 miles from place of 
discharge home 



Page 76 cont'd 

2. William A. L. RAWLS , 2nd Corp'l., Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by 

William H. WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos. at Manatee 
by Jesse CARTER. Special Agent; pay due from enrollment; 
50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge 
home 

3. William VANDERIPE, 3rd Corp'l., Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by 

William WHITAKER and John PARKHILL for 6 mos.; mustered 
same day and place by Jesse CARTER, Spe. Agt.; paymnet 
due from enrollment; 50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from 
place of discharge home 

1. John ADDISON, Bugler, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. 
WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and 
place by Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; pay due from enrollment; 
50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge 
home 

1. James CONLEFF, Farrior; Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. 
WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and 
place by Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enroll- 
ment; 50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of dis- 
charge home 

PRIVATES 

1. ADDISON, John A. Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER and 

John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jesse CARTER, 
Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to rendezvous, 50 
miles from place of discharge home 

2. ADDISON, William H. , Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER 

and John PARKER for 6 mos. ; mustered same day and place by Jesse 
CARTER, Spec. Agt. ; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to rendez- 
vous, 50 miles from, place . of discharge home 

3. ADDISON, Joel J., age 23, Dec. 2, 1856 at Tampa by William H. WHITAKER 

and John PARKER for 6 mos. ; mustered same day and place by Jesse CARTER 
spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to rendezvous, 50 
miles from place of discharge home 

4. BARROW, Reuben T. , age 26, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. 

WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place; 
payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from 
place of discharge home 

5. BEGGS, John A., Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER and 

John Parker for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jesse CARTER, 
Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to rendezvous, 50 
miles from place of discharge home 

6. BEASLEY, Isaiah, age 19; Oct. 21, 1856 at Tampa by William H. WHITAKER 

and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered Dec. 2, 1856 at Tampa by Jesse 
CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 240 miles to rendez- 
vous ?; mounted in Alligator, Fla. Oct. 20,1856 

7. BRINKLEY, Nathan G. , age 23, Oct. 21, 1856 at Tampa by William H. 

WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered Dec. 2, 1856 at Tampa 
by Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 200 miles 
to rendezvous, ?; mounted in Fort Clarke, Fla. Oct. 20, 1856 



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8. BOYET, Henry, age 21, Oct. 21, 1856 at Tampa by William H. 

WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 raos.; mustered Dec. 2, 1856 at 
Tampa by Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 

280 miles to rendezvous, ?; mounted in Madison, Fla. Oct. 20, 

1856 

9. CAMPBELL, James R. , age 22, Oct. 21, 1856 at Tampa by William H. 

WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered Dec. 2, 1856 at 
Tampa by Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 
mounted in Madison, Fla. Oct. 20, 1856 

10. COLLINS, George W. , age 29, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William 

H. WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and 
place by Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 
50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home 

11. COCHRAN, Aran ? C. , Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER 

and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jesse 
CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to 
rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home 

12. C00 ?, ? , Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER 

and John PARKER, for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jesse 
CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to 
rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge 

13. DRIGGERS, Mathew, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER 

and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jesse 
CARTER; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to rendezvous, 50 
miles from place of discharge home 

14. DRIGGERS, Henry W. , age 19, Oct. 20, 1856 at Tampa by William H. 

WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.;Dec. 2, 1856 at Tampa 
by Jesse CARTER; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to rendez- 
vous, 50 miles from place of discharge home 

15. GATES, Josiah, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER and 

John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jesse 
CARTER, Spec. Agt.; 50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place 
of discharge home 

16. GARRON ?, Michael, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER 

and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jesse 
CARTER, Spec. Agt.; 50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place 
of discharge home 

17. GILLEY, William, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER 

and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jesse 
CARTER, Spec. Agt. , 50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place 
of discharge home; payment due from enrollment 

18. GIBSON, Jesse, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER and 

John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jesse 
CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to 
rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home 

19. GARBET, Rudolph, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER 

and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jesse 
CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to 
rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home 



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20. GODARA, Asa, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER and 

John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jesse 
CARTER, Spec. Agt. ; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to 
rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home 

21. GREEN, James D. , Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER 

and John PARKER for 6 mos; mustered same day and place by 
Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 
miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home 

22. GLAZIER, James A., Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER 

and John PARKER, for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by 
Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt. ; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles 
from place of discharge home 

23. HAWKINS, Daniel, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER 

and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by 
Jess CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles 
to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home 

24. HARRISON, William H. , Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. 

WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and 
place by Jess CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 
50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home 

25. HEWET, Edward G. , age 24; Oct. 20, 1856 at Manatee by William H. 

WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; Dec. 2, 1856 at Tampa by 
Jess CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 280 miles 
to rendezvous; mounted in Madison, Fla. Oct. 20, 1856 

26. HOOKER, Stephen, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER 

and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by 
Jess CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles 
to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home 

27. JOHNSTON, William H. , Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. 

WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos; mustered same day and 
place by Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 
50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home 

28. JOHNSTON, Levin P., age 25, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William 

H. WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and 
place by Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment 
50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home 

29. LEE, Edward, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER and 

John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jess 
CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to 
rendezvous, 50 miles from place of' discharge home 

30. MARR, Edward, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER 

and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by 
Jess CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 
miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home 

31. MINK, John C. , Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER 

and John PARKER for 6 mos. ; mustered same day and place by 
Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 
miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home 

32. MCLEAN, John L. , Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER 

and John PARKER for 6 mos. ; mustered same day and place by 
Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 
miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home 



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33. OGLESBY, Benjamin, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. 

WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos. mustered same day and 
place by Jess CARTER, Spec. Agt. ; payment due from enroll- 
ment; 50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge 
home 

34. OGLESBY, George, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER 

and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by 
Jess CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles 
to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home 

35. PLATT, William C. , Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER 

and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by 
Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles 
to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home 

36. PLATT, Lewis B., Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER 

and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jesse 
CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to 
rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home 

37. PLATT, John, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER and 

John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jesse 
CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to 
rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home 

38. PORTER, James A., age 22, Oct. 20,1856 at Manatee by William H. 

WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.;Dec. 2, 1856 at Tampa 
place by Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 
240 miles to rendezvous, ____? miles from place of discharge 
home;, mounted in Madison, Fla. .Oct. 20, 1856 

39. READ, David D. , Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER 

and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by 
Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles 
to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home 

40. SMITH, Isaiah, age 37, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. 

WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and 
place by Jess CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 
50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home 

41. TISON, George, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER 

and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by 
Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 
miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home 

42. TUCKER, William J., age 18, Oct. 20, 1856 at Manatee by 

William H. WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered 
Dec. 2, 1856 at Tampa by Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment 

due from enrollment; 240 miles to rendezvous, ? miles; 

mounted in Alligator, Fla. Oct. 20, 1856 

43. VANDERIPE, James, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER 

and John PARKER for 6 mos. ; mustered same day and place; 50 
miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home 

44. WILLIAMS, Joseph H. , Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHIT- 

AKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place 
by Jesse CARTER, Spec. Ag. ; payment due from enrollment; 50 
miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home 



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45. WILLIAMS, James G. , Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. 

WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and 
place by Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enroll- 
ment; 50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of dishcarge 
home 

46. WILLIKGHAM, William, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHIT- 

AKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place 
by Jesse CARTER; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to ren- 
devous, 50 miles from place of discharge home 

47. WILLINGHAM, William N.^Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. 

WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same duy and 
place by Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt. ; payment due from enroll- 
ment; 50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge 
home 

48. WILKINSON, Neil, age 24, Oct. 20, 1856 at Manatee by William H. 

WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered Dec. 2, 1856 at 
Tampa by Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 
240 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home; 
mounted in Alligator, Fla. Oct. 20, 1856 

49. WYATT, William N. , Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER 

and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by 
Jesse Carter, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles 
to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home 
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I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
John PARKER'S company late 1st Lt. William H. WHITAKER' S Detachment of 
Florida Mounted Volunteers for the period herein mentioned; that each man 
answers to his own proper name in person; that the remarks set opposite 
the name of each officer and soldier, are accurate and just and that the 
valuation of all horses and horse equipments since the muster into the 
service, was made by disinterested and good judges, and at fair rates. 

WM. H. WHITAKER 

1st Leiutenet Commanding the Company 
I certify on honor, that I have at Tampa on this 17th day of Dec. 1856, 
carefully examined this Roll, and as far as practicable caused the allow- 
ances, stoppages and remarks to be justly and properly stated; and muster- 
ed the company for discharge; and it is hereby honorably discharged from 
the service of the State of Florida. 

(Date: Dec. 17th 1856 
Muster (Station: Manatee (mustered out at Tampa 



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Muster Roll of Capt. John PARKHILL'S comapny in the 1st Regiment of Mounted 
Florida Volunteers, commanded by Col. Samuel H. G. ROGERS called into the 
service of the United States by the President under the act of Congress ap- 
proved hay 13, 1846 from the 29th day of July 1857, (date of this muster) 
for the term of 6 mos., unless sooner discharged. 

Note: Columns used wer: No., name rank, age, date of enrollment, where 
by whom, term, value of horse and horse equipment. All officers and sol- 
diers enrolled July 29, 1857 at Tallahassee for 6 mos.,; value of horse 
and equipment will follow the name of each soldier. 



1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
1. 
2. 
1. 



John PARKHILL, Capt., age 25; $175-$20 
Theodore W. BREVARD, 1st Lt. , age 21; $175-$20 
Thomas S, SHEHEE, 2nd Lt. , age 30; $150-$12 
William M. THOMAS 1st Sergt. , age 21; $175-$15 
Edwin L. MCCOLLUM, Sergt., age 23; $100-$5 
Samuel M. PARKHILL, Sergt., age 26; $110-$10 
Hugh BLACK, Sergt., age 22; $135-$10 
James M. HARRISON, Corp'l., age 26; $140-$10 
George N. SAWYERS, corp'l., age 43; $100-$5 
John E. SPENCER, Corp'l., age 21; $125-$15 
Nathan RICHIE, Corp'l., age 26; $90-$10 
Daniel KNIGHTON, Bugler, age 20; $80-$5 
David CARROLL, Bugler, age 18; $100-$5 
Wilson POPE, Farrier; age 30; $90-$10 



PRIVATES 

1. ANDERSON, Henry, age 24; $90-$5 

2. ANDERSON, Andrew, age 19, $60-$2 

3. ANDERSON, Charles, age 19; $100-$10 

4. BARF00T, Elijah T. , age 19; $80-$5 

5. BURNS, Matthew, age 21; $120-$5 

6. BRADLEY, Willis, age 23; $135-$5 

7. BROOKS, Richard W., age 19; $110-$10 

8. BUTLER, Edward L. , age 21; $100-$5 

9. COOPER, William H. , age 23; $125-$5 

10. COLLINS, Wade, age 44; $60-$5 

11. DORCH, John, age 42; $60-$5 

12. ENGLISH, Lacy, age 24; $100-$5 

13. EDENFIELD, James A., age 27; $80-$5 

14. EDENFIELD, Cullen W. , age 28; $75-$5 

15. GREY, Isaih G. , age 24; $100-$5 

16. HUDSON, Benjamin P., age 22; $90-$5 

17. HART, David, age 20; $65-$5 

18. H0LSENBACH, Marshall, age 24;$100-10 

19. HALL, Edward G. , age 34; $100-$5 

20. JONES, Thomas B., age 28; $135-$5 

21. JOHNSON, William M. , age 22; $175-$5 

22. JONES, Charles S., age 18; $125-$5 



23. JONES, Robert, age 24;$140-5 

24. INGRAHAM, Charles F.,age 18; 

$75-$5 

25. KEADLE, William H. , age 20; 

$100-$5 

26. MCCALPIN, Arrington, age 25; 

$100-$5 

27. MANN, Milton M. , age 21; 

$150-$10 

28. MCALLISTOR, John, age 23;$75-5 

29. MCALLISTER, Hughey, age 19 

$125-$10 

30. MORRISON, John A., age 23 

$100-$5 

31. PICKETT, Ferdinand, age 24; 

$125-$5 

32. POSEY, Thomas, age 18; $80-5 

33. RUSSELL, William J., age 24; 

$80-$5 

34. RUSSELL, Benjamin A., age 22; 

$80-$5 

35. REDD, Isaac, age 21; $135-$5 



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36. REDD, Zachariah J., age 31; $80-$5 

37. ROBERSON, George F. , age 19; $135-$10 

38. STRINGER, Shedrach, age 18; $80-$10 

39. STAFFORD, Joseph, age 24; $90-$5 

40. SHEHEE, Harris B. , age 20; $125-$5 

41. SMITH, William, age 19; $80-$5 

42. STEPHENS, John A., age 24; $50-5 

43. SUGRUE, John, age 24; $150-$5 

44. SAUNDERS, George N. , age 18; $125-$10 

45. TAYLOR, George H. , age 19; $40-$5 

46. THORNTON, Alexander B. , age 28; $80-$5 

47. WILSON, Thomas, age 22; $100-$10 

48. WHEELER, Artemus. age 24; $100-$5 
49 ZEIGLER, Jesse L. , age 22; $100-$10 
50. ZEIGLER, Slyvanus, age 21 ?; $80-$5 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
John PARKHILL'S company of the 1st Regiment Florida Mounted Volunteers for 
the period herein mentioned; that each man answers to his own proper name 
in person; and that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and 
soldier are accurate and just. 

Date: 29, July 1857 John PARKHILL , 

Station: Tallahassee, Fla. Commanding the Company 

we certify on honor, that the figures opposite the names on this roll, for 
valuation of horses and horse equipments represent and shew the true cash 
value of the horse and equipments of the men, respectively at the place of 
enrollment, according to our honest, impartial judgment. 

The horses and horse equipments of this company were appraised by 3 ap*- 
praisers , duly sworn, but it was impracticable to obtain their signatures 
for the Muster Roll. 

Sworn to and subscribed before, 

Date: 29 July 1857 C. L. KILBURY 

Station: Tallahasse, Fla. Capt.- and Mustering Officer 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined the men whose names are 
borne on this Roll, their horses and equipments and have accepted them into 
service of the United States for the term of 6 months 29th day of July. 

C. L. KILBURY, Capt. 
Mustering Officer 



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Muster Roll of Lt. PATTERSON'S Detachment of the 13th Regiment, 1 Brigade 
of Florida Drafted Militia commanded by Gen'l. REID ordered into service 
of the United States by Govn'r. CALL from the 3rd day of March to the 14th 
day of July 1836. 

Note: The entire company enrolled March 3, 1836 at San Pedro by Capt. 
RICHARDSON "s 4 (can't read) for 4 mos. 

John N. PATTERSON, 1st Lt. ; absent, not notified 
William TAYLOR, Sergt. 

BELL, Joseph. Pvt. MCCLENAN, Benjmain, Pvt. 

BIRD, Isaih, Pvt. MCCLENAN, Joel, Pvt. 

CANNON, H. R. , Pvt. SMITH, Isaih, Pvt. ; absent , not notified 

GOFF, Jehu, Pvt. SEVER, Enoch, Pvt.; absent;not notified 

HADDAN, Hugh, Pvt. TAYLOR, Jessee 

LAMB, Cravey, Pvt. 

LANKFORD, Thomas, Pvt. 

This Detachment was at Charles's Ferry at the time my company was mustered 
out of service by Gov'r. MORRIS, They were detached by order of Maj . 
WATERS to defend the prop. 

W. T. TOWNSEND, Capt. 

The above detachment was not included in the Muster Roll on which the pay- 
ment was made by me. 

Charles MOSSER 
? (can't read) U. S. Army 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
W. T. TOWNSEND' S company of the Drafted Florida Militia for the period 
herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer 
and soldier, are accurate and just. 

W. T. TOWNSEND, Capt. 

Date: January 10, 1836 Commanding the Company 

Station: Tallahassee 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and 
that I have this 10th day of Jan. 1836, mustered and minutely inspected 
the above named company of ? (can't read) 

D. H. VINTON 

Inspector and Mustering Officer 



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Muster Roll of Capt. Francis FELLICER'S company of the 1st Regiment. 
Brigade of Mounted Florida Militia, commanded by Col. W. J. BAILEY or- 
dered into service of the United States by Brig. Gen'l. W. K. ARMI STEAD 
from the 26th day of Aug. 1SA0 to the 26th day of Nov. 1840. 

Note: All officers and soldiers were enrolled and mustered by Capt. A. 
C. MYERS for 3 mos. They were enrolled and mustered at different dates. 
The name of each man will be given followed by rank, when enrooled and 
when mustered in with remarks to follow. 

1. Francis PELLICER, Capt.; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

1. Joseph SANCHEZ, 1st Lt. ; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

2. J. M. J. BOWDEN, 2nd Lt.; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840 

1. John C. HATHER, 1st Sergt. , June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

2. Daniel HURLBERT, Sergt.; June 4, 1840, Aug. 23, 1840 

3. Alberto ROGERS, Sergt.; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

4. Jas. A. PLUMMER, Sergt.; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840 

1. Rafael OLIVEROS , Corp'l.; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

2. Roque LE0NARDY, Corp'l.; June 4, 1840, Aug. 23, 1840 

3. Bartolo PONS, Corp'l.; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

4. Uriah BOWDEN, Corp'l.; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840 

1. William HEDRICK, Bugler; June 4, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840; 

absent sick in St. Augustine 

2. B. SEQUI, Bugler; June 4, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

PRIVATES 

1. ANDREU, Francis N. ; June 1, 1840, Aug. 23, 1840 

2. ANDREU, Emanuel; June 4, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

3. BROWN, John P.; June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840 

4. BOWDEN, John; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840 

5. BRADY, John; June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

6. CANOVAS, John; June 3, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

7. CANOVAS, Andres; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

8. CANOVAS, Richard; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

9. CANOVAS, Joseph; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

10. CATER, Abraham; June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

11. COFFEE, Joshua A. ; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840 

12. DARLING, Roswell; Aug. 22, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840 

13. DOOLING, John; Aug. 22, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840 

14. DUPONT, Augustus; Sept. 1, 1840, Sept. 1, 1840 

15. FALANY, James; June 1, 1840, Aug. 23, 184 

16. FAULK, John; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840 

17. GASCESQUI, Lawrence; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

18. GIN0VAR, Francis; June 10, 1840, Aug. 23, 1840 

19. GARDNER, Thomas; June 10, 1840, Sept. 1, 1840 

20. GILBERT, Abner ; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840 

21. GILBERT, William; Jun e 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840 

22. HARTLEY, William; June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

23. HERNANDEZ, Emanuel; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

24. HUFFINGTON, Mitchell; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 



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25. HEMENIS, Rafael; June 1, 1840, Aug. 23, 1840 

26. HAMILTON, John L. ; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840 

27. HARTLEY, John H.J June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840 

28. HARTLEY, John F. ; June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

29. HARTLEY, Myrick; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840 

30. HARTLEY, Nathaniel; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840 

31. HARTLEY, Henry; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840 

32. HAGANS, Rhueben; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840 

33. HAGANS, Mm. L. ; Spet. 1, 1840, Sept. 1, 1840 

34. IVES, G. W.; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840 

35. LAWRENCE, J. A. D.; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

36. LOPEZ, Andrea; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

37. LOPEZ, Joseph; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

38. LOPEZ, Ignacio; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

39. LEONARDY, John; June 1, 1840, Aug. 23, 1840 

40. LOPEZ, Augustine; June 4, 1840, Sept. 1, 1840 

41. MASTERS, Bartolo; June 1, 1840, Aug. 23, 1840 

42. MANUCY, John; June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

43. MEDICIS, Elias; June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840; absent, sick in 

St. Augustine 

44. MASTERS, Joseph; June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

45. MCNABB, John; June 3, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

46. MALFURS, William; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840 

47. OATES, John; June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

48. PEARLE, J.; June 3, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

49. PRICE, William; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840 

50. PORTER, Joseph W. ; June 10, 1S40; Aug. 22, 1840 

51. PELLY, Elijah; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840 

52. PLUMMER, James; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840 

53. QUIGLEY, Oliver; June 1G , 1840, Aug. 23, 1840 

54. RICE, David; June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

55. REYNOLDS, William; June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 ~*r 

56. SOLAN A, Emanuel; June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 ( , _7- 

57. SOLANA, Philip; June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

58. SUAREZ, John; June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

59. SALAS, D.; June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

60. SULLIVAN, J. J.; June 3, 1840, Aug. 23, 1840 

61. SHELDON, John D. ; Aug. 22, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840 

62. TORRES, Jacob; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840 

63. WRIGHT, Milton; Aug. 22, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840 

64. PILES, William; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840 

RECORD OF EVENTS - EXTRACT 

Hd. Quarters of the Army, Washington City May 5, 1840 
In mustering this force into the service, you will instruct the Mustering 
Officer to include in the muster this militia now in the service of this 
Territory from the date they entered it and to muster out of service such 
of them as may wish to retire. 

I am Sir, 
Signed: A. MACOMB, Major Gen'l. 
Commander-in-Chief 



Page 82-83 cont'd 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 

(blank) company of the (blank) for the period herein 

mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and 
soldier are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation exhibits, in 
every particular, the true state of --the company. 

Date: August 26, 1840 Francis PELLICER, Capt. 
Station: Fort Peyton, E. F. Commanding the company 

I certify on honor that 1 have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and 
that I have this 1st day of Sept. 1840 mustered and minutely inspected 
the above named company into the service of the United States for the 
term of 3 months from 22nd August Inst. 

Al. MYERS, Capt., U. S. Army 
Inspector and Mustering Officer 
Page 84-85 

Muster Roll of Capt. Francis PELLICER' S company of the 1st Regiment of 
East Florida Moun ted Volunteers commanded by Col. J. WARREN ordered into 
service of the United States by Maj . Gen'l. T. S. JESUP under the Act of 
Congress approved May 23, 1836 from the 9th day of Oct. 1837 to the 9th 
day of Feb. 1838 when discharged. 

Note: The men of this company enrolled at different times (which will be 
shown after the name) at St. Augustine by Capt. L. B. WEBSTER and were 
mustered Oct. 8, 1837 by Maj. LYTH, followed by remarks. 

1. Francis PELLICER, Capt.; had private servant, Tobe ; 

promoted from 1st Lt. Oct. 20 Vice Hanson promoted 
to Lt. Col. ; Aug. 9, 1837 

2. John FERRIERA, 1st Lt.; had private /ST^/ant ? 

couldn't read name; promoted from'2nd'Lt. Oct. 20 
Vice Pellicer; Aug. 9, 1837 

3. Phillip WEEDMAN, 2nd Lt. ; had private servant, Peter; 

promoted from Sergt. Nov. 14 Vice Ferrira; Aug. 9, 1837 

1. G. T. ZELLERBOWR, 1st Sergt., Aug. 18, 1837; discharged 

Jan. 16 at Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP 

2. Roman ?(can't read); Sergt.; Aug. 9, 1837 

3. John MASTERS; Sergt.; Aug. 9, 1837 

4. Domingo SECOPEL, Sergt.; Aug. 9, 1837; promoted from 

Corp'l. Nov. 14 

1. William DAVIS, Corp'l.; Aug. 19, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 

at Indian Riber by order of Gen'l. Jesup 

2. Antonio. BYAR, Corp' 1. ;'- . Aug. 9, 1837;-- discharged 

Nov. 22 at New Smyrna- by order of Gen'l. Hernandez 
3.. Andrew PACETTY, Sen' r., Corp'l.; Aug. 9, 1837; promoted 
from Private Nov. 14, 1837 

4. Bartolo MASTERS, Corp'l.; Aug. 9, 1837; promoted from 

Private Nov. 14 

5. Andrew PACETTY, Jr., Corp'l.; Aug. 9, 1837; promoted 

from Private Nov. 20 



Page 84-85 cont'd 

1. Robert CAMPBELL, Bugler, Aug. 19, 1837 

PRIVAT ES 

1. ANDREA, Antonio, Aug. 9, 1837 

2. ANDREA, Donatt, Aug. 9, 1837 

3. BROWN, Jacob, Aug. 10, 1837 

4. BECROFT, J. H., Aug. 19, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 at 

Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP 

5. BROWN, Ezekiel, Aug. 31, 1837 

6. CURTISS, George B., Aug. 10, 1837; discharged Jan. 20 

at St. Augustine by order of Lt. Col. HANSON 

7. DEMASTERS, Henry, Aug. 9, 1837 

8. DUBOIS, John, Aug. 10, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 at 

Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP 

9. DELANEY, B., Aug. 26, 1837; discharged Jan. 29 at 

St. Augustine by order of Lt. Col. HANSON 

10. FARROW, Cincinatus, Aug. 26, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 

at Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP 

11. FRANCIS, B., Aug. 26, 1837 

12. GACIOUS, Joseph, Aug. 11; discharged Jan. 16 at 

Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP 

13. HORN, James, Aug. 9, 1837 

14. HALL, Daniel, Aug. 9, 1837 

15. HORAN, Edward, Aug. 11, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 at 

Indian River by order of ? 

16. JACKSON ?, Mathew, Aug. 9, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 at 

Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP 

17. JACKSON, Edward, Aug. 9, 1837 

18. KRABS, Peter, Aug. 27, 1837 ; discharged Jan. 16 at 

Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP 

19. KERR, John, Aug. 11, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 at Indian 

River by order of Gen'l. JESUP 

20. KEMP, William, Aug. 9, 1837 

21. KING, John, Aug. 19, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 at 

Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP 

22. LINDSAY, Henry, Aug. 9, 1837; discharged Jan. 29 at 

St. Augustine by order of Lt. Col. HANSON 

23. MEIN, Venancio, Aug. 9, 1837 

24. MORRICY, Thomas, Aug. 9, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 

at Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP 

25. MASTERS, Peter, Sen'r., Aug. 11, 1837 

26. MASTERS, Peter, Jr., Aug. 11, 1837 

27. MASTERS, John, Aug. 11, 1837 

28. MANUCY, Philip, Aug. 12, 1837 

29. MCCABE, John, Aug. 19, 1837 to Oct. 8, 1837 by Maj . LYTH; 

discharged Jan. 16 at Indian River by order of Gen'l 
JESUP 

30. NEWTON, Thomas, Aug. 9, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 at 

Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP 



Page 84-85 cont'd 

31. OLIVEROS, Raphael, Aug. 9, 1837 

32. ORTAGUS, Ignation, Aug. 12, 1837; reduced from 

Captain Nov. 19, discharged at Indian River 
by order of ? 

33. ORR, Janes, Aug. 19, 1837; discharged at Indian River 

34. O'MARA, Edward, Aug. 31, 1837; discharged at Indian River 

35. PONCE, James, Aug. 21, 1837; discharged at Indian River 

36. PACETTY, Antonio, Aug. 9, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 at 

Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP 

37. PINKERSON, John, Aug. 9, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 at Indian 

River by order of Gen'l. JESUP 

38. PELLICER, Francis, Jr., Aug. 23, 1837 

39. RANSON, William, Aug. 23, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 at 

Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP 

40. SANCHEZ, Joseph, Aug. 9, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 at 

Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP 

41. SOLANO, Dirnichio, Aug. 9, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 at 

Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP 

42. SAUNDERS, Daniel, Aug. 10, 1837 

43. SEVILLE, Peter, Aug. 26, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 at 

Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP 

44. TORES, Raphael, Aug. 9, 1837 

45. TRIAY, Victory, Aug. 18, 1837 

46. WALKER, John, Aug. 9:, 1837 

47. WHEATLEY, E.(J.?) B., Aug. 9, 1837; discharge Jan. 16 at 

Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP 

48. WILLIAMS, J. T. , Aug. 11, 1837; discharged Nov. 15 at St. 

Augustine by order of (can't read) 

49. WILLIAMS, William, Aug. 11, 1837 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits a. true state of 
Capt. Francis PELLICER'S E. Florida Mounted Volunteers for the period 
herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each of- 
ficer and soldier, are accurate and just. 

Francis PELLICER, Capt. 
Commanding the Company 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll; 
called and inspected each officer and man of the company; and that I 
have this 9th day of Feb. 1838, mustered them for discharge, and they 
are hereby Honorably Discharged from the service of the United States. 

S. CHURCHILL, Ma j . Art. 
Inspector General Ar. South 
Mustering Officer 



Page 86-87 

Muster Roll of Capt. Francis PELLICER'S company of the Brigade of Florida 
Mounted Militia commanded by Col. W. J. BAILEY ordered into service of the 
United States by Brig. Gen'l. Thomas REED ? from the 26th day of Aug. 1840 
to the 19th day of Dec. 1840 when discharged. 

Note: The men arrived and mustered on different days (which will be shown 
after each one. All were mustered by Capt. A. C. MYERS with pay due from 
enrollement followed by remarks. 

1. Francis PELLICER, Capt.; June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840; 

has kept in service 1 private servant and 2 horses 

2. Joseph SANCHEZ, 1st Lt. ; June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840; 

has kept in service 1 private servant and 2 horses 

3. J. M. BOWDEN, 2nd Lt. , June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840; 

has kept in service 1 private servant and 2 horses 

1. Jno. C. HATHER, 1st SErgt., June 1, 1840, Aug. 23, 1840 

2. Daniel HURLBERT, Sergt. , June 1, 1840; Aug. 23, 1840 

3. James A. PLUMMER, Sergt.; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840 

1. Raphael 0LIVER0S, Corp'l., June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840 

2. Rogue LE0NARDY, Corp'l., June 10, 1840; Aug. 23, 1840 

3. Uriah BOWDEN, Corp'l.; June 1, 1840; Aug. 23, 1840 

PRIVATES 



1. ANDREW, Francis N. ; June 1, 1840; Aug. 23, 1840 

2. BROWN, John P., June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840 

3. BOWDEN, John; June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840 

4. BRADY, John; June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840 

5. CANOVAS, Andres; June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840 

6. CANOVAS, Richard; June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840 

7. CATER, Abraham; June 10, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840 

8. COFFEE, ,J^hua A. ; June 10, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840 

9. DARLING ifilswell; Aug. 22, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840 

10. D00LING, John, Aug. 23, 1840, Aug. 23, 1840 

11. GENOVAR, Francis, June 1, 1840; Aug. 23, 1840 

12. GARDNER, Thomas, June 10, 1840; Sept. 1, 1840 

13. GILBERT, Abner, June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840 

14. GILBERT, William, June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840 

15. HARTLEY, William, June 10, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840 

16. HERNANDEZ, Emanuel, June 10, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840 

17. HUFFINGTON, Mitchell, June 10, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840 

18. HAMILTON, John L. , June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840; sick at 

Mandarin from Nov. 20 

19. HARTLEY, John H. , June 10, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840 

20. HARTLEY, John F. , June 10, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840 

21. HARTLEY, Myrick, June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840 

22. HARTLEY, Nath'l., June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840 

23. HARTLEY, Henry, June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840 

24. HOGANS, Reuben, June 10, 1840; Aug. 22,1840 

25. HAGANS, W. G. , Sept. 1, 1840; Sept. 1, 1840 

26. IVES, G. W., June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840 



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27. LAWRENCE, J. A. D. , June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840 

28. LOPEZ, Ignacio, June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840 

29. LOPEZ, Augustus, June 4, 1840; Spet. 1, 1840 

30. LEONARDY, John, June 1, 1840; Aug. 23, 1840 

31. MANUCY, John, June 10, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840 

32. MASTERS, Joseph, June 1, 1840', Aug. .26, 1840 

33. MCNABB, John, June 3, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840 

34. MALPHUS, William, June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840 

35. OATES, John, June 10, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840 

36. PEARL, John, June 3, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840 

37. PRICE, William, June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840 

38. PORTER, Joseph W., June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840 

39. PILES, William, June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840 

40. PETTY, Elijah, June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840 

41. PLUMMER, James, June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840; 

sick at Mandarin from Dec. 5 

42. RICE, David, June 10, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840 

43. REYNOLDS, William, June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840 

44. SALAS, D., June 3, 1840; Aug. 23, 1840 

45. SHELDON, John D. , Aug. 22, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840 

46. TORRES, Jacob, June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840 



DISCHARGED 

The following soldiers were discharge by reason of expiration of term. 

1. ALBRRT0, Robero, Sergt. , June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840; discharged 

(Ncl. 30, 1840 
I. Bartolo PONS, Corp'l., June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840; discharged 
Dec. 5, 1840 

1. Wm. HEDRICK, Bugler, June 4, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840; discharged Dec. 15 

2. B. PEGUE, Bugler, June 4, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840; discharged 

Nov. 30, 1840 

1. ANDREW, Emanuel, Pvt. , June 4, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840; discharged 

Nov. 30, 1840 

2. CANOVAS, John, Pvt., June 3, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840; discharged 

Nov. 30, 1840 

3. CANOVAS, Joseph, Pvt., June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840; discharged 

Dec. 15, 1840 

4. DUPONT, Augustus, Pvt., Sept. 1, 1840; Sept. 1, 1840; discharged 

Dec. 18, 1840 

5. FALANY, James, , Pvt., June 1, 1840; Aug. 23, 1840; discharged 

Dec. 18, 1840 

6. GRASCISQUE, Lawrence, Pvt., June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840; 

discharged Nov. 30, 1840 

7. HIMENIS, Rafael, Pvt., June 1, 1840; Aug. 23, 1840; discharged 

Dec. 15, 1840 



Page 86-87 cont'd 

8. LOPEZ, Andres, Pvt. , June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840; 

discharged Dec. 5, 1840 

9. LOPEZ, Joseph, Pvt., June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840; 

discharged Dec. 15, 1840 

10. MASTERS, Bartolo, Pvt., June 1, 1840; Aug. 23, 1840; 

discharged Dec. 18, 1840 

11. MEDEICES, Elias, Pvt., June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840 

discharged Nov. 30, 1840 

12. QUIGLEY, Oliver, Pvt., June 1, 1840; Aug. 23, 1840 

discharged Dec. 5, 1840 

13. SALANO, Emanuel, Pvt., June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840 

discharged Dec. 18, 1840 

14. SALANO, Phillip, Pvt., June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840 

discharged Nov. 30, 1840 

15. SWEENEY, John, Pvt., June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840; 

discharged Nov. 30, 1840 

16. SULLIVAN, J. J., Pvt., June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840; 

discharged Dec. 18, 1840 



DIED 

1. FAULKS, John, £can*t read), June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840; 

died of sickness at Mandarin Oct. 14 

2. WRIGHT, Milton, (can't read), Aug. 22, 1840; Aug. 22, 

1840; died of sickness at St. Augustine Nov. 1 

RECORD OF EVENTS 
Extract 



? in Florida 



To Brig. Gen'l. W. K. ARMISTEAD 

Hd. Quarters of the Army Washington City, May 5, 1840 

"In mustering this force into service, you will instruct the Mustering 
Officer to include in the muster the militia now in the service of the 
Territory from the date they entered and to muster out of service such 
of them as may wish to retire, I am Sir, 



signed/ A. MACOMB, Maj. Gen'l. 
Com'g. in Chief 



REMARKS BY MUSTERING OFFICER 

This command by its strength is entitled from June 1 two sergeants,, two 

corporals, one bugler. From Jan. 10 to August ? 2nd Lt., three 

sergeants, three corporals, one bugler, and from Aug. 22 a captain, 1st 
Lt., 1st sergeant, three sergeants, four corporals - two buglers. 



S. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3rd Art. 



Page 86-87 cont'd 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
Francis PELLICER'S company of the Florida Mounted Militia for the period 
herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer 
and soldier, are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation exhibits, 
in every particular, the true state of the company. 

Date: Dec. 19, 1840 Francis PELLICER, Capt. 
Station: St. Augustine, E. F. Commanding the Company 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and 
that I have this 19th day of Dec. 1840, mustered and minutely inspected 
the above named company of Flor. Mounted Militia who are honorably 
discharged from the service of the United States. 

S. CHURCHILL, Ma j. 3rd Art. 

Inspector and Mustering Officer 
At the bottom of the page and written very small was the following: 
As the requisition for subsistence and forage for the time of Territorial 
service (prior to the muster of Aug. 26 were in an unsettled state and 

those articles ?(can't read) to be rec'd in kind from the Ter'l. 

agents that part of the time was not ? (can't read) on the muster 

rolls or discharged? for balance of subsistence and forage ? and 

the captain's other must therefore authenicate the balances if any, by 
Certificate or oath the payment for that ? (can't read) 

St. Augustine, Dec. 22, 1840 S. CHURCHILL, Ma j . 3rd Art. 

Page 88-89 

Muster Roll of Capt. George L. PHILLIPS's company of the 2nd Regiment of 
Florida Militia, commanded by Col. J. S. SANCHEZ ordered into service of 
the United States by Gen'l. Joseph HERNANDEZ from the 16th day of Nov. 
1835 to the 31st day of Dec. 1835. 

Note: All officers and soldiers enrolled Nov. 16, 1835 at St. Augustine 
by Gen. J. HERNANDEZ for 1 month and 15 days. 

1. Geo. L. PHILLIPS, Capt. 

2. John L. PHILLIPS, 1st Lt. 

3. David LEVY, 2nd Lt. 

4. Geo. C. ACOSTA, 3rd Lt. ; resigned 25 Dec. 1835 

1. Peter C. ZYLSTRA, 1st Sergt.; appointed 3rd Lt. 24 

Dec. 1835, Vice Lt. GAY resigned 

2. James M. GOULD, Sergt. 

3. Edmund WALLER, Sergt. 

4. Robert CAMPBELL, Sergt. and Bugler 

1. Philip PERPALL, 1st Corp'l. 

2. John PONS, Corp'l. 

3. Thomas ANDREA, Corp'l. 

4. Bartolo PONS, Corp'l. 



Page 88-89 cont'd 



PRIVATES 



1. John A. ANDREA 25. 

2. Joseph ANDREA 26. 

3. Domingo ACOSTA 

4. Donate ANDREA 

5. John CANOVAS 27. 

6. Domingo CERCOPLY 28. 

7. Peter CERCOPLY 29. 

8. Fernando FALARNCE 30. 

9. Andrew FLOYD; found his own 

horse in SALANO'S troops 

11 days 31. 

10. Jose GARCIAS 

11. Antonio HERNANDEZ 

12. Daniel HURLBURT 32. 

13. Bartolo HENOVAR (GENOVAR?); 33. 

killed by the Indians and 
rifle taken 

14. Sebastian KENOVAR (GENOVAR?); •• 34. 

found own horse in SALANO's 
troops 19 days 

15. W. H. KING; found a horse by 35. 

Brig'd. Qr. MASTERS 36. 

16. Ignatio LOPEZ 37. 

17. Reque LEONARDY 

18. Augustine LOPEZ 

19. name crossed out, couldn't 38. 

read 1st name, last name 39. 
LOPEZ; re-entered another 40. 

19. John MAS ' 41. 

20. Joseph MASTERS 42. 

21. Emanuel MASTERS 43. 

22. Elias MASTERS 

23. Francis MEDECIS 

24. John MASTERS; found his own 

horse in SALANO's troop 
for 3 days 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
George L. PHILIPS 's company of the 2nd Regiment 2nd Brigade Florida Mili- 
tia for the period herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the 
name of each officer and soldier, are accurate and just, that the Public 
Arms and accountrements which were delivered to this company have all been 
turned over to the Officer of the United States authorized to receive the 
same and that the mounted men all furnished their own horses as noted. 



Gabriel MASTERS ' 

Peter MASTERS, Jr.; found his 

own horse in SALANO's trrops 

for 3 days 
John PACETTY 

icinty PACETTY 

Stephen LOPEZ 

Gabriel PACETTY; found his own 

horse in SALANO's troops for 

2 days 

Andrea PACETTY; found his own 

horse in SALANO's troops for 

16 days 
Antonio PONS 
Joseph SANCHEZ; found his own 

horse in SALANO's troop for 

16 days 
Maurice SANCHEZ; found his own 

horse in SALANO's troop for 

16 days 
George W. SPRAGUE 
Peter TRIAY 
Robert ZYLSTRA; found his own 

horse in SALANO's troop for 

3 days 
Antonio PKARIS 
James HURLBURT 
Francis MILES 
George WILKINSON 
Bartolo MASTERS 
James FALAOMY? 



Date: 16th July 1836 
Station: St. Augustine, E. F. 



Geo. L. PHILLIPS, Capt. 
Commanding the company 



I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and 
that I have this 16th day of July 1836 mustered the above company of 
Florida Militia. 

R. M. KIRBY, Maj. U. S. Army 
Inspector and Mustering Officer 



Page 90-91 

Muster Roll of Capt. John Lott PHILLIPS 's company of the 2nd Regiment 
2nd Brigade of Florida Militia commanded by Col. Joseph S. SANCHEZ or- 
dered into service of the United Staes by requisition of Gov. R. K. 
CALL from the 27th day of May 1836 to the 26th day of Sept. 1836. 

Note: All officers and soldiers enrolled May 27, 1836 at St. 
Augustine by Geo. NORMAN, __? Lt. Arty. 

1. John Lott PHILLIPS, Capt. 

2. David LEVY, 1st Lt. 

3. Bartolo OLIVEROS, 2nd Lt. 

4. John R. ANDERSON, 3rd Lt. 

1. Migail USINIAS, 1st Sergt. 

2. Lawrence ANDREWS, 2nd Sergt. 

3. Joseph BAYA, 3rd Lt. 

4. Thomas ANDREW, 4th Sergt. 

1. John PACETTY, 1st Corp'l. 

2. Bartolo MASTERS, 2nd Corp'l. 

3. George MARKS, 3rd Corp'l. 

4. Ignation LOPEZ, 4th Corp'l. 







PRIVATES 


1. 


ACOSTA, Domingo 




24. 


2. 


ANDERSON, Antonio 




25. 


3. 


? can't read 




26. 


4. 


ANDREAO, Francis 




27. 


5. 


ANDREAO, Michael 




28. 


6. 


ANDREAO, Donato; Pvt. Donato 


29. 




transferred to the horse 


30. 




company commanded by 


Capt. 


31. 




D. DUMMETT by order of 


32. 




Brig. A. PUTNAM, Fla. 


, Mili- 


33. 




tia 




34. 


7. 


ANDERSON, Walter 






8. 


BRAVORD, Donatolo 






9. 


BALIER, Jacob 






10. 


BREDIER, Francis 






11. 


CANOVAS, John 




35. 


12. 


CIRCOPOLY, Peter 




36. 


13. 


FALANA, Leonardo 




37. 


14. 


FLOYD, Andrew 




38. 


15. 


GIGER, Paul 




39. 


16. 


GUE, John 




40. 


17. 


GREENSTREET, Thomas 




41. 


18. 


HERNANDEZ, Antonio 




42. 


19. 


HIMANCUS, Rofell 




43. 


20. 


LOPEZ, Petronita 






21. 


LLENOVAH, Francis 




44. 


22. 


LOPEZ, Bartolo 




45. 


23. 


LOPEZ, Augustine 




46. 



-LAURENCE, Matias 
LEONARDY, Roque 
LOPEZ, Andrew 
LOPEZ, Stephen 
LOPEZ, Myrick 
MANUCY, Joseph 
MARQUDO, Lelioene? 
MORTON, Thomas 
MASTERS, Joseph 
MASTERS, Antonio 

MASTERS, John; Pvt. John MASTERS 
transferred to the horse company 
commanded by Capt. D. DUMMETT by 
order of Ma j . Benj . A. PUTNAM, 
Florida Militia 
ORTAGUS, Ignatio 
PACETTY, Vincentio 
PONCE, John 
PERPALL, Gabriel 
SANCHEZ, Francis 
SANDERS, Jesse; June 29, 1836 
SALAS, Joseph; May 26, 1836 
SANDERS, Daniel; June 29, 1836 
SABATA, Ramon; May 26; 1836; 

Pvt. Ramon ? can't read 

SANCHEZ, John; June 29, 1836 
TRIAY, Peter; May 26, ;836 
TRIAY, Heronemo 



Page 90-91 cont'd 

47. THOMAS, Henry 

48. WILLIAMS, John; 

49. WILLIAMSON, George 



50. ZYLSTRA, Peter; \ 

1. CLARK, William; Musician 

2. CLARK, George; musician 



I certify that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. John 
Lott PHILLIPS'S company of Florida Militia enroll for the period herein 
stated and that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and 
soldier, are accurate and just. 



Date: ? June 1836 

Station: St. Augustine 



John Lott PHILLIPS, Capt. 
Commanding the company 



I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and 
that I have this 29th day of June 1836 mustered the above named company 
of Florida Militia. 

Capt. NAUMAR 

Lt. 1st Arty. 

Inspector and Mustering Officer 
Page 92 Missing 

Page 93-94 

Muster Roll of Capt. John Lott PHILLIPS'S company of the 2nd Regiment 
2nd Brigade of Florida Militia commanded by Col. Joseph S. SANCHEZ ordered 
into service of the United States by requisition of Gov. R. R. CALL from 
the 29th day of June 1836 to the 29th day of October 1836. 

Note: All officers and soldiers enrolled June 29, 1836 at St. Augustine, 
E. F. by Geo.NAUMAN, Lt. 1 Ar. for 4 months. 

1.. John Lott PHILLIPS, Capt. 

2. David LEVY, 1st Lt. 

3. Bartolo 0LIVER0S , 2nd Lt. 

4. John R. ANDREAO, 3rd Lt. 

1. Miquel USINA, 1st Sergt. 

2. Laurence ANDREWS, 2nd Sergt. 

3. Joseph BAYA, 3rd Sergt. 

4. Thomas ANDREW, 4th Sergt. 

1. John PECETTY. 1st Corp'l. 

2. Bartolo MASTERS, 2nd Corp'l.; discharged on the 

5th Oct. 1836 on account of disability 

3. George MARKS, 3rd Corp'l. 

4. Ignatio LOPEZ, 4th Corp'l. 

PRIVATES 



1. ACOSTA, Domingo 

2. ANDREAO, Antonio 

3. ANDREAO, Joseph 

4. ANDREAO, Francis 

5. ANDREAO, Michael 



ANDREAO, Donato; transferred 
to the horse company by Capt. 
DUMMETT by order of Ma j . 
PUTNAM on the 26th May 1836 



Page 93-94 cont'd 

7. ANDERSON, William; transferred to Col. DOWNING' S 

Detachment 1st Oct. 1836 

8. BRAVO, Donato; appointed corporal on the 6th Oct. 1836 

9. BALIER, Jacob 

, 10. BRIDIER, Francis 

11. CANOVAS, John 

12. CERC0P0LY, Peter 

13. FALANA, Fernando; mounted from the 10th July 1836 and 

found his own horse (sorrel) 

14. FLOYD, Andrew; struck from the roll to secure no pay 

? on the 9th Aug. 1836 

15. GEIGER, Paul 

16. GUE, John 

17. GREENSTREET, John 

18. HERNANDEZ, Antonio 

19. HIMANCUS, Rafile 

20. LOPEZ, Petronito; transferred to Col. DOWNINC's Detachment 

on the 1st Oct. 1836 

21. LLENOVAH, (GENOVAR?) Francis 

22. LOPEZ, Bartolo 

23. LOPEZ, Augustine; discharged on the 31st Aug. 1836 on 

account of disability 

24. LAWRENCE, Mat i as 

25. LEONARDY, Roque 

26. LOPEZ, Andrew 

27. LOPEZ, Stephen 

28. LOPEZ, Joseph 

29. MANUCY, Joseph; discharged on the 8th July, 1836 on 

account of disability 

30. MARANDO, Lilvenio 

31. MORTON, Thomas 

32. MASTERS, Joseph 

33. MASTERS, Antonio 

34. MASTERS, John; transferred to the horse company commanded 

by Col. DUMMETT by the order of Ma j . PUTNAM on the 26th 
May 1836 

35. ORTAGUS, Ignatio; mounted from the 10th July 1836 and 

found his own horse 

36. PACETTY, Vincentio 

37. PONCE, John 

38. PERPALL, Gabriel; discharged on th. 26 July 1836 on 

account of disability 

39. SANCHEZ, Garcia; transferred to Col. DOWNING 'S De- 

tachment on th 1 Oct. 1836 

40. SANDERS, Jessee 

41. SALAS, Joseph 

42. SANDERS, Daniel; transferred to Col. DOWNING'S 

Detachment on the 1st Oct. 1836 

43. SAB AT A, Ramon 

44. SANCHEZ, John 

45. TRIAY, Peter 



Page 93-94 cont'd 

46. TRIAY, Heronims 

47. THOMAS, Henry 

48. WILLIAMS, L. John 

49. WILLIAMSON, George; transferred to Col. DOWNING'S 

Detachment on 1st Oct. 1836 

50. ZYLSTRA, Peter; discharged on the 20th Sept. on 

account of disability 

1.. CLARK, William, Musician; 2 drum heads worn out 

in service 
2. CLARK, George, Musician; 2 drum..heads worn out 

in service 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
John Lott PHILLIPS'S company of the St. Augustine Volunteers for the per- 
iod herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each of- 
ficer and soldier, are accurate and just. 

Date: -\ _ 29th Oct. 1836 Jno. Ltt PHILLIPS 
Station: St. Augustine, Fla. ' Commanding the Company 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and 
that I have this 29th day of October 1836 mustered and minutely inspected 
the above named company of Florida Militia. 

G. S. DRANE, Capt. 2nd Arty. 
Inspector and Mustering Officer 
Page 95-96 

Muster Roll of Capt. James A. PICKETT'S company in the Battallion of 
Mounted Florida Volunteers, called- into- the service of the United States 
by Col. Gustavus L00MIS 5th July under instructions from War Department 
(A. G. 0. Dec. 22, 1837) from the date 9th day of Feb. 1858, (date of 
this muster) for the term of 6 months, unless sooner discharged 

Note: All officers and soldiers enrolled Feb. 9, 1858 unless otherwise 
shown, with the miles to the rendezvous and miles from the place of dis- 
charge home following each name, they were enrolled at Ft. Brooke , Fla. 
by Capt. James A. PICKETT for 6 months. 

1. James A. PICKETT, Capt.; 150-20 

1. Thomas N. MCCORMICK, age 21; 1st Lt. ; 150-20 

1. Green B. HIGHTOWER, age 28; 2nd Lt. ; 170-15 

1. James WADE, age 43; 1st Sergt.; 170-10 

2. William C. GOFF, age 28; Sergt.; 125-15 

3. James G. WRIGHT, age 20; Sergt.; 160-10 

4. David HOLDER, age 24; Sergt.; 75-5 

1. Abraham WALKER, age 18; Corp'l.; 100-5 

2. Hilary F. WRIGHT, age 18; Corp'l.; 100-5 

3. Norman HALHAM, age 20; corp'l.; 150-15 

4. William ARNOLD, age 22; Corp'l.; 75-10 



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1. Julius ROCKNER?, age 20; Bugler; 175-10 

2. Henry P. MAINORD, age 21; Bugler; 125-10 
1. Levi N. CORNEILIUS, age 32; Farrier; 70-20 

PRIVATES 

1. ARNOLD, Weedham, age 28; Feb. 26, 1858; no. miles 

2. BROWN, William B., age 23; 100-5 

3. BRAZELL, Darling, age 21; 125-20 

4. BR0NS0N, Pharios, age 20; 75-5 

5. BUCKLEY, William, age 28; 125-10 

6. BROWN, William F. , age 32; no miles 

7. BRANNAN, John, age 30; 100-10 

8. BALDWIN, James, age 21; Feb. 25, 1858; 75-15 

9. BENNETT, James, age 25; Feb. 26, 1858; no miles 

10. BEVERIGE, John C. , age 21; Feb. 26, 1858; no miles 

11. BUCHANNAN, William C. , age 27, Mar. 2, 1858; no miles 

12. BROWN, James W., age 22; 100-10 

13. CARVELL, George L. , age 40; 130-10 

14. CADE, Albert, age 20; 150-10 

15. COTHRIN, John D. , age 26; 150-20 

16. DAVIS, Lewis C, age 23; 175-5 

17. DOUGLASS, Edward C, age 26; 75-10 

18. DURRANCE, George F. , age 28; 130-15 

19. DENNISON, William B. , age 40; Mar. 2, 1858; no miles 

20. CRANE, Richard, age 30; 125-5 

21. FINLAY, Joseph H. , age 26; 150-15 

22. FLOYD, George W., age 22; 130-5 

23. FITZGERALD, Robert, age 22; 125-10 

24. FISHER, John, age 24; Feb. 12, 1858; 100-10 

25. GRAVES, William W. , age 22;175-20 

26. GARDNER, Charles, age 20; 130-10 

27. GEARY, Levy, age 22; 100-5 

28. GILES, John M. , age 23; Feb. 12, 1858; 150-5 

29. GAINNEY, Henry, age 47; Feb. 26, 1858; no miles 

30. HANSFORD, Alfred M. , age 22; 150-10 

31. HOGANS, Edward, age 32; 150-20 

32. HULL, Oliver P., age 26; 140-10 

33. HENDERSON, Stanley, age 24; 125-15 

34. HOUSTON, Isaac, age 29; no miles 

35. LIVINGSTON, William, age 20; 175-10 

36. LYNCH, John, age 29; 150-10 

37. LEE, Everett, age 24; no miles 

38. MURRAY, John, age 25; 130-8 

39. MORRIS, John, age 22; no miles 

40. MCLEOD, Alexander, age IS; no miles 

41. MCLEOD, Angus, age 44; no miles 

42. MARTIN, Hiram, age 35; no miles 

43. MCNAIR, Martin F. , age 25; 175-10 

44. MCLEOD, George, age 28; 75-5 

45. METTS, Jefferson, age 22; no miles 

46. NEAL, Leodosius, age 38; no miles 

47. O'NEILL, peter, age 41; 100-5 



Page 95-96 cont'd 

48. OSTEEN, James, age 21, Mar. 2, 1858; no miles 

49. PRICE, David W., age 33; 140-20 

50. PITCHARD, William, age 29?; 125-10 

51. PATTERSON, Archie, age 2_? ; 75-5 

52. PATTERSON, John, age 22; no miles 

53. POLLACK, Thomas P., age 23; no miles 

54. RAULERSON, Jacob, age 28; no miles 

55. ROBERTS, James S., age 30; Feb. 22, 1858; no miles 

56. RICKERSON, Hiram, age 21; Feb. 22, 1858; no miles 

57. RICKERSON, Eli, age 17; Feb. 22, 1858; no miles 

58. ROWLAND, John W. , age 17; Mar. 22, 1858; no miles 

59. ROWLAND, James W. , age 18; Mar. 22, 1858; 75-5 

60. SOLOMON, Hardy, age 20; no miles 

61. HANFORD, Thomas , age 24?; 130-10 

62. SUMMERLIN, Ivey , age 22?; 75-5 

63. STEPHENS, Robert, age 30?; no miles 

64. STEPHENS, John C. , age 18; Feb. 18, 1858 

65. SATCHWELL, Anariah, age 26?; Feb. 18, 1858; 125-10 

66. STEWART, James, age 23?; 100-5 

67. TUCKER, Alonzo W. , age 29; 125-15 

68. WILKINSON, Thomas J., age 24; 125-10 

69. WINN, James J., age 33; 150-20 

70. WALSH, Daniel, age 33; no miles 

71. WEEDON, Frederick, age 29; 75-20 

72. WHITE, Thomas, age 20; Feb. 26, 1858; no miles 

73. WALKER, Joel, age 23; Feb. 26, 1858; no miles 

74. WILLIAMSON, William, age 30; no miles 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of 
Capt. James A. PICKETT'S company of the Battallion Mounted Florida 
Volunteers for the period herein mentioned; that each man answers to 
his own proper names in person; and that the remarks set opposite the 
name of each officer and soldier, are accurate and just. 

Date: February 9, 1858 James A. PICKETT 
Station: Fort Brooke, Fla. Commanding the Company 

We certify on oath that the figures opposite the names on this roll, for 
valuation of horses and horse equipments of the men, respectively, at 
the place of enrollment, according to our honest, impartial judgment. 

J. B. OSTEEN ) Francis N. PAGE 

H. L. MITCHELL ) Appraisers Asst. Adjt. Gen'l. 
R. J. KENDRICKS) Mustering Officer 

Date: Feb. 9, 1858 
Station: Fort Brooke, Fla. 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined the men whose names 
are borne on this Roll, their horses and equipments and have accepted 
them into the service of the United States for the term of 6 months. 

Date: February 9, 1858 
Station Fort Brooke, Fla. 



Page 97-98 

Muster Roll of Capt. James A. PICKETT 1 s company in the Battallion of 
Florida Mounted Volunteers, called into the services of the United 
States by Col. G. LOOMIS, 8th Infty. under instructions from the War 
Department at Fort Brooks, Florida (the place of general rendezvous) 
on the 9th day of Feb. 1858 to serve for the term of six months from 
the date of enlistment unless sooner discharged from the 9th day of 
Feb. 1858 (when enrolled) to the 26th day of March 1858. The company 
was organized by Capt. James A. PICKETT at Fort Brooke, Fla. in the 
month of Feb. 1858. 

Note: The company enrolled Feb. 9, 1858, unless shown otherwise, at 
Brooke , Fla. by Capt. J. A. PICKETT for 6 months; mustered in same 
day at Fort Brooke, Fla. by Maj - F. N. PAGE; payment due from enroll- 
ment; and valuation of horses and equipment will follow each name. 

1. James A. PICKETT, Capt., age 38;$100-20 

1. Thomas N. MCCORMICK, 1st Lt. , age 21;$150-$20 

1. Green B. HIGHTOWER, 2nd Lt., age 28; $175-$15 

1. James WADE, Sergt., age A3; $175-$10 

2. William E. GOFF, Sergt., age 28; $125-$15 

3. James J. WRIGHT, Sergt., age 20; $100-$10 

4. David HOLDER, Sergt., age 24; $70-$5 

1. Abraham WALKER, Corp'l., age 18; $100-$5 

2. Hilary T. WRIGHT, Corp'l., age 18; $100-$5 

3. Norman STATHAM, Corp'l., age 20; $100-$10 

4. William ARNOLD, Corp'l., age 22; $70-$10 

1. Julius R00HNER, Bugler, age 20; $175-$10 

2. Henry P. MAINORD, Bugler, age 21; $125-$10 
1. Levi W. CORNELIUS, Farrier, age 32; $75-$20 

PRIVATES 

1. ARNOLD, Abraham, age 28; Feb. 26; Feb. 26, 1858; no horse 

2. BROWN, William B. , age 23; $199-$5 

3. BRYAN, Darling, age 21; $125-$20; absent on detached service 

4. BRONSON.Pharios, age 20; $75-$5 

5. BACKLEY, William, age 28; $125-$10 

6. BRANNON, John, age 30; $100-$10 

7. BALDWIN, James, age 21; Feb. 25, 1858, Feb. 25, 1858;$75-$15 

8. BARNOE, James, age 25; Feb. 26, 1858, Feb. 28, 1858; no horse 

9. BEVERIGE, John C. , age 26; Feb. 26, 1858, Feb. 26, 1858; no horse 

10. BUCKANNON, William E. , age 29; Mar. 2, 1858, Mar. 2, 1858; no horse 

11. BROWN, James W. , age 22; $100-$10 

12. CARWELL, George S. (L?), age 40; $130-$10 

13. CADE, Albert, age 20; $150-$10 

14. COTHERAN, John D. , age 26; $150-$20 

15. DAVIS, Lewis G. , age 23; $175-$5 

16. DUGLASS, Edward C, age 26; $75-$10 

17. DURRENCE, George F. , age 28; $10Q-$15 

18. DENNISON, William P., age 41; Mar. 6, 1858, Mar. 6, 1858; no horse 

19. EVANS, Richard, age 30; $125-$5 

20. FINLAY, Joseph H. , age 26; $150-$15 



Page 97-98 cont'd 



FLOYD, George W., age 22; $130-$5 

FITZGERALD, Robert, age 22; $125-$1U 

FISHER, John R. , age 24; Feb. 12, 1858, Feb. 12, 1858; $100-$: 

GRAVES, William W. , age 22; $175-$20 

GARDNER, Charles, age 20; $130-$10 

GEARY, Levey, age 22; $100-$5 

GRANNEY, Henry, age 41 (47?), Feb. 26, 1858, Feb. 26, 1858; 

HANFORD, Alfred M. , age 20; $100-$10 

HOGANS, Edward, age 32; $150-$20 

HULL, Oliver P., age 26; $140-$10 

HOUSTON, Isaac, age 29; Feb. 26, 1858, Feb. 26, 1858; $125-5 

LIVINGSTON, William, age 20; $175-$10 

LYNCH, John, age 29; $150-$ 10 

MURRAY, John, age 25; $130-$8 

MCLEOD, Alexander, age 18; no he 

MCLEOD, Angus, age 44; no horse 

MARTIN, Hiram, age 35; no h"*-« 

MCNAIR, Martin, age 25; $17 

MCLEOD, George, age 28; $75 

METTS, Jefferson, age 22; F 

NEAL, Leodosius M. , age 38; 

O'NEILL, Peter, age 40; $10 

OSTEEN, James, age 22; Mar. 

PRICE, David W. , age 33; $1 

PRITCHARD, William, age 27; no nors 

PATTERSON, Archie, age 25; $125-$10 

PATTERSON, John, age 25; $75-$5 

RAULERS0N, Jacob, age 28; no horse 

ROBERTS, James B. , age 34; Feb. 

d t r*v t n c rwi it j ______ ___ oi. t?-.i_ 



21. 

22. FITZGERALD, Robert, age 22; $125-$10 

23. FISHER, John R. , age 24; Feb. 12, 1858, Feb. 12, 1858; $100-$10 
24. 
25. 

_0. ukiuii | iJ._v._jr, "£,>- *-«-» v_._v> Y-" 

27. GRANNEY, Henry, age 41 (47?), Feb. 26, 1858, Feb. 26, 1858; no hors 

28. 

29. 

30. 

31. HOUSTON, Isaac, age 29; Feb. 26, 1858, Feb. 26, 1858; $125-$15 

32. 

33. 

34. 

35. MCLEOD, Alexander, age 18; no horse 

36. 

37. MARTIN, Hiram, age 35; no horse 

38. 

39. 

40. 

41. 

42. 

43. 

44. 

45. 

46. 

47. 

48. RAULERS0N, Jacob, age 28; no horse 

49. 

50. 

51. 

52. 

53. 

54. 

55. 

56. 

57. 

58. 

59. 

60. 

61. 

62. 

63. 

64. 

65. 

66. 

67. 

68. 



i_._.,.__... , w_.-_.i_, ■-&_• -»_• , "W I. _■__>«_ 

MCNAIR, Martin, age 25; $175-$10 

MCLEOD, George, age 28; $75-$5 

METTS, Jefferson, age 22; Feb. 26, 1858, Feb. 26, 1858; no horse 

NEAL, Leodosius M. , age 38; no horse 

O'NEILL, Peter, age 40; $100-$5 

OSTEEN, James, age 22; Mar. 2, 1858, Mar. 2, 1858; no horse 

PRICE, David W. , age 33; $140-$20 

PRITCHARD, William, age 27; no horse 

PATTERSON, Archie, age 25; $125-$10 

PATTERSON, John, aee 25; $75-$5 



i-iulliuuh, j-cud, age _,o; no norse 
ROBERTS, James B., age 34; Feb. 22, 1858, Feb, 
RICKERSON, Hiram, age 21; Feb. 26, 1858, Feb. 
RICKERSON, Eli, age 19; Feb. 26, 1858, Feb. 2( 
ROWLAND, John, age 19; Mar. 2, 1858, Mar. 2, : 



Page 97-98 cont'd 

DIED 

1. Everett LEE , age 24; Feb. 26, 1858; died near Fort Brooke Mar. 4, 
1858; Pvt. 
William WILLIAMSON, age 30; Pvt.; Feb. 9, 1858, Feb. 9, 1858; 
died near Fort Brooke Feb. 14, 1858 

DESERTED 

1. William S. BROWN, age 32; Feb. 9, 1858, Feb. 9, 1858; deserted 

Mar. 5, 1858; Pvt. 

2. John M. GILES, Pvt., age 23; Feb. 12, 1858, Feb. 12, 1858; deserted 

Mar. 10, 1858 

3. John MORRIS, Pvt., age 22; Feb. 9, 1858, Feb. 9, 1858; deserted 

Feb. 16, 1858 

4. Thomas P. POLLOCK, Svt. , age 23; Feb. 9, 1858, Feb. 9, 1858; deserted 

Mar. 5, 1858 

5. Daniel WELSH, Pvt., age 23; Feb. 9, 1858, Feb. 9, 1858; deserted 

Mar.? 5, 1858 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll- exhibits the true state of Capt. 
Jas. A. PICKETT'S company of the Battallion of Florida Mounted Volunteers 
for the period herein mentioned; that each man answers to his own proper 
name in person, that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and 
soldier are accurate and just, and that the valuation of all horses and 
horse equipments since the muster into service, was made by disinterested 
and good judges, and at fair and just rates. 

James A. PICKETT 

Capt. commanding the Company 

I certify on honor that I have at Fort Brooke, Fla. on this 26th day of 
March 1858 carefully examined this Roll and as far as procticable , 
caused the allowances, stoppages, and remarks to be justly and properly 
stated; and mustered the company for discharge; and it is hereby honor- 
ably discharged from the service of the United States. 

Date: 26th March 1858 Francis N. PAGE 

Station: Fort Brooke, Fla. Ass't. Adjt. Gen'l. Mustering 



Officer 



Page 99-100 



Muster Roll of Capt. James PILES' S company of the 1st Regiment, 2nd 
Brigade Florida Militia commanded by Brig. Col. John WARREN and ordered 
into service of the United States by His Excellency, Gov. R. K. CALL 
from the 24th day of November 1836 to the 23rd day of February 1837. 

REMARKS: The reason for and the time of their absence, shall be 



opposite the name of the respective officer and soldier absent the day on 
which and officer from this company assumes it is ? from the com- 
mand and into the speci fied) and the date and place of all transfers> 

discharges, furloughs, deaths. 



Page 99-100 cont'd 

1. James PILES, Capt.; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville 
by Ma j . J. D. HART for 3 mos; 10 miles to rendezvous, 10 
miles from place of discharge, home; mounted, 1 servant 
and 2 horses 

1. James SPARKMAN , 1st Lt.; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jack- 
sonville by Maj . J. D. HART for 3 mos.; 28 miles to rende- 
vous, 28 miles from place of discharge home; mounted, 1 
servant, 2 horses 

1. James ROBERTS, 2nd Lt. enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville 
by Maj. J. D. HART for 3 mos.; 10 miles to rendezvous, 10 
miles from place of discharge home; mounted, 1 servant and 
2 horses 

1. William WILKIE, 3rd Lt. ; enrolled Dec. 23, 1836 at Capt. 
PILES house by Capt. PILES for 2 mos., 1 day; 17 miles to 
rendezvous, 27 miles from place of discharge home; mounted, 
Sergt. from 23 Dec. to 2nd Feb. 1837, elected 3rd Lt. 2nd of 
Feb. 1837. Lt. WILKIE has served as 3rd Lt., he is mustered 
as such now this ? offered when War Dept. for? de- 
cision, whether the rank be allowed. 92 rations of subsis- 
tence in kind _ 

1. James MCCORMICK, Orderly Sergt.; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at 
JakcQonville by Maj. J. D. HART for 3 mos.; 28 miles to rende- 
zvous, no miles home; mounted 

2. Patrick H. PRICE, 2nd Sergt.; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at 
Jacksonville by Maj. J. D. HART for 3 mos.; 14 miles to 
rendezvous, miles from place of discharge home; mounted 

3. James M. SPARKMAN, 3rd Sergt.; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at 
Jacksonville, by Maj. J. D. HART for 3 mos.; 27 miles to 
rendezvous, 27 miles from place of discharge home; mounted, 
Sergt. from 24th 1836 

4. Jackson TYNER, 4th Sergt.; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jack- 
sonville by Maj. J. D. HART for 3 mos.; mounted, Sergt. from 
2nd Feb. 1837; 27 miles to rendezvous, 27 miles from place of 
discharge home 

1. James PICKETT, 1st Corp'l.; enrolled Nov. 16, 1836 at Jack- 
sonville by H. WATSON for 4 mos.; 6 miles to rendezvous, 6 
miles from place of discharge home; mounted ? ordered 

by transfer from Capt. W. B. RUSS company 24th Nov. appointed 
Corp'l. 24th Nov., full pay due 16 Nov.; discharged Feb. 23rd 
1837 

2. James PRICE, Junior; 2nd Corp'l.; enrolled Nov. 16, 1836 at 
Jacksonville by H. WATSON for 4 mos.; 5 miles to rendezvous, 
5 miles from place of discharge home; mounted, ordered by 
transfer from Capt. WM. B. RUSS' company 24th Nov., appointed 
Corp'l. 24th Nov., discharged 23rd Feb. full pay due from 
16th Nov. 



Page 99-100 cont'd 

3. Reddick CANNON, 3rd Corp'l.; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at 
Jacksonville by Capt. J. D. HART for 3 mos.; 28 miles 

to rendezvous, 28 miles from place of discharge home; mounted 

4. Richard J. GODWIN, 4th Corp'l.; enrolled Dec. 3, 1836 at ? 

by H. SPARKMAN for 2 mos., 21 days; 3 miles to rendezvous, 28 
miles from place of discharge home; mounted, Corp'l. from 2nd '. 
Dec. 

PRIVATES 



1. BELL, John; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at ?; ?; ? ? 

3 miles to rendezvous, 3 miles from place of discharge home; mounted 

2. BARNEY, James; enrolled Nov. 16 at Jacksonville by H. WATSON for 4 
mos.; 12 miles to rendezvous, 12 miles from place of discharge home; 
mounted, ordered by transfer from Corp'l. 

3. BROWARD, Charles; enrolle Nov. 24, 1836 at Capt. PILES' house by 
Capt.- PILES for 3 mos.; 10 miles to rendezvous, 20 miles from place 
of discharge home; mounted 

4. BREWARD, John; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Capt. PILES' house by 
Capt. PILES for 3 mos.; 15 miles to rendezvous, 25 miles from place 
of discharge home; mounted 

5. BARBER, William; enrolled Dec. 1, 1836 at Capt. PILES' house by 
Capt. PILES for 2 mos. 23 days; 28 miles to rendezvous, 38 miles 
from place of discharge home; absent without leave from 23 Dec. 
to 14 Feb.; mounted 

6. BARBER, Moses; enrolled Dec. 23, 1836 at Capt. PILES' house by 
Capt. PILES for 2 mos., 1 day; 28 miles to rendezvous, 38 miles 
from place of discharge home; mounted, absent without leave from 
23 Dec. to 14 Feb. on account of family 

7. BRADDOCK, Spicer; enrolled Jan. 21, 1837 at Capt. PILES' house by 
Capt. PILES for 1 mo., 3 days; 28 miles to rendezvous, p miles 
home; mounted 

S. BRADDOCK, Alexander; enrolled Jan. 21, 1837 at Capt. PILES' house by 

Capt. PILES for 1 mo., 3 days; 18 miles to rendezvous, 28 miles 

from place of discharge home; mounted 
9. BRINDLEY, John G. ; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Capt. 

PILES for 1 mo. ; no miles to rendezvous or from place of discharge 

home; mounted 

10. CARTER, William; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Ma j . J. D. 
HART for 3 mos. ; 10 miles to rendezvous, 10 miles from place of 
discharge home; mounted 

11. CANNON, ElishaW.; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Capt. PILES' house by 
Capt. PILES for 2 mos., 23 days; 28 miles to rendezvous, no miles 
home; mounted 

12. CURRY, William J.; enrolled Dec. 1, 1836 at Capt. PILES' house by 
Capt. PILES for 2 mos., 23 days; 15 iciles to rendezvous, 23 miles 
from place of discharge home; mounted 

13. CROSIER, William; enrolled Jan. 21, 1837 at Jacksonville by Capt. 
PILES for 1 mo., 3 days; 28 miles to rendezvous, no miles home; 
mounted 



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14. EVANS, Martin; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj . J. D. 
HART for 3 mos.; 10 miles to rendezvous, 10 miles from place of 

' discharge home; mounted 

15. EVANS, John; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj. J. D. HART 
for 3 mos.; 10 miles to rendezvous, 10 miles from place of discharge 
home; mounted 

16. FLINN, William H. ; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj. J. 
D. HART for 3 mos. ; 10 miles to rendezvous, 10 miles from place of 
discharge, home; mounted 

17. FUTCH, William Fr. ; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj. J. 
D. HART for 3 mos.; 78 miles to rendezvous, 78 miles from place of 
discharge home; mounted 

18. FUTCH, Oresenum; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj. J. D. 
HART for 3 mos.; 28 miles to rendezvous, 28 miles from place of dis- 
charge home; mounted 

19. FOREACU, Nathan; enrolled Dec. 28, 1836 at SOUDER'S by H. SPARKMAN 
for 1 mo., 27 days; 8 miles to rendezvous, 36 miles from place of 
discharge home; mounted 

20. FITZPATRICK, Samuel B. ; enrolled Jan. 24, 1837 at Jacksonville by 
Capt. PILES for 1 mo.; no miles to rendezvous, 27 miles from place 
of discharge home; mounted 

21. GODWIN, Jacob; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj. J. D. 
HART for 3 mos.; 28 miles to rendezvous, 28 miles from place of 
discharge home; mounted 

22. GEORGE, Britton; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj. J. 
D. HART for 3 mos.; 28 miles to rendezvous, 28 miles from place of 
discharge home; mounted 

23. GREEN, Elisha, Sr. ; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj. 
J. D. HART for 3 mos.; 28' miles to rendezvous, 28 miles from place 
of discharge home; mounted 

24. GREEN, John, Jr.; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj. 

J. D. HART for 3 mos. ; 28 miles to rendezvous, no miles home; mounted 

25. GREEN, John; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj. J. D. 
HART for 3 mos.; 28 miles to rendezvous, 28 miles from place of dis- 
charge; mounted 

26. GODWIN, Solomon; enrolled Dec. 1, 1836 at SOUDER'S by H. SPARKMAN 
for 2 mos., 23 days; 3 miles to rendezvous, 28 miles from place of 
discharge home; mounted 

27. GIBBENS, Charles; enrolled Jan. 24, 1837 at Jacksonville by Capt. 
PILES for 1 mo.; no miles, no miles; mounted 

28. GARRISON, Daniel; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Capt. 
PILES for 1 mo.; 15 miles to rendezvous, 25 miles from place of 
discharge home; mounted 

29. HICKS, Eli, Jr.; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj. J. 
D. HART for 1 mo.; 28 miles to rendezvous, no miles home; mounted 

30. HICKS, Bryant; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj. J. D. 
HART for 3 mos.; 28 miles to rendezvous, 28 miles from place of dis- 
home; mounted 

31. HIGGINBOTHAM, John; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj. 
J. D. HART for 3 mos.; 23 miles to rendezvous, 23 miles from place 
of discharge home; mounted 



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32. H0LBR00K, Jacob; enrolled Dec. 1, 1836 at Capt. Piles' house by 
Capt. PILES for 2 mos., 23 days; 20 miles to rendezvous, 30 miles 
from place of discharge home; mounted 

33. HIGGINBOTHAM, James; enrolled Jan. 21, 1837 at Capt. PILES house 
by Capt. PILES for 1 mo., 3 days; 22 miles to rendezvous, 32 miles 
from place of discharge home; mounted 

34. HICKS, Eli, Sr.; Nov. 25, 1836 at H. SPARKMAN's by H. SPARKMAN 2 
mos., 30 ? days; 12 miles to rendezvous, 30 miles from place of 
discharge home; mounted 

35. HADDOCK, Joseph; enrolled Jan. 1, 1837 at ? by Capt. PILES 

for 1 mo., ? days; 23 miles to rendezvous, 33 miles from place 

of discharge home; mounted 

36. JOHNS, William; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville ? by Ma j . 
HART for 1 mo.; 20 miles to rendezvous, 20 ? miles from place of 
discharge home; mounted 

37. KIRKLAND, Reuben; enrolled Jan. 24, 1837 at ? by Capt. 

PILES for 1 mo.; 15 miles to rendezvous, 25 miles from place of 
discharge home; mounted 

38. LASS ITER, Reuben; enrolled Dec. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Capt. 
PILES for 2 mos.; no miles, no miles; mounted, absent sick from 

1 Jany. to 23 Feb. 1837 

39. LANG, David; enrolled Dec. 1, 1836 at SOUTER'S by H. SPARKMAN'S for 

2 mos., 23 days; 8 miles to rendezvous, 36 miles from place of dis- 
charge home; mounted 

40. LANG, William; enrolled Dec. 1, 1836 at SOUTER'S by H. SPARKMAN for 
2 mos., 23 days; 8 miles to rendezvous, 36 miles from place of dis- 
charge home; mounted 

41. MCHENRY, Charles; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Ma j . HART 
for 3 mos.; 28 miles to rendezvous, 28 miles from place of discharge 
home; mounted 

42. MCHENRY, James; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Ma j . HART 
for 3 mos.; 28 miles to rendezvous, 28 miles from place of discharge 
home; mounted 

43. MANN, Daniel J.; 3nrolled Dec. 1, 1836 at Capt. PILES' house by Capt. 
PILES for 2 mos., 23 days; 30 miles to rendezvous, 40 miles from 
place of discharge home; mounted 

44. NORTON, Nathan, Sr. ; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj . 
HART for 3 mos.; 28 miles to rendezvous, 28 miles from place of 
discharge home; mounted 

45. NORTON, William; enrolled Jan. 30, 1837 at Capt. PILES 'S house by 
Capt. PILES for 25 days; 18 miles to rendezvous, 28 miles from 
place of discharge home; mounted 

46. OSTEEN, Allen; enrolled Dec. 3, 1836 at SOUDER'S by H. SPARKMAN for 
2 mos., 23 days; 18 miles to rendezvous, 40 miles from place of dis- 
charge home; mounted 

47. PELOTE, Seymour; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj. HART 
for 3 mos.; mounted; o miles, no miles 

48. PILES, William; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj. HART 
for 3 mos.; 9 miles to rendezvous, 9 miles from place of discharge 
home; mounted 



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49. PINDARVIS, William; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Ma j . 
HART for 3 mos . ; 10 miles to rendezvous, 10 miles from place of 
discharge home; mounted 

50. PINDARVIS, George; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj. 
HART for 3 mos.; 16 miles to rendezvous, 16 miles from place of 
discharge home; mounted 

51. PRICE, John Fr. ; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj. 
HART for 3 mos.; miles, miles; mounted 

52. PICKET, John T. ; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville for 3 mos.; 
miles, miles; mounted 

53. PHILLIPS, John; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj. HART 
for 3 mos.; miles, miles; mounted 

54. PHILLIPS, William; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonvi-le by Maj. 
HART for 3 mos; 38 miles to rendezvous, 38 miles from place of dis- 
charge home; mounted 

55. PINDARVIS, Seaborn; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj. 
HART for 3 mos.; 16 miles to rendezvous, 16 miles from place of 
discharge home; mounted 

56. PACE, James; enrolled Jan. 2, 1837 at Capt. PILES* S house by Capt. 
PILES for 1 mo., 22 days; 25 miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from 
place of discharge home; mounted 

57. ROBERTSON, Robert; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj. 
HART for 3 mos.; 16 miles to rendezvous, 16 miles from place of 
discharge home; mounted 

58. ROBERTS, John; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj. HART 
for 3 mos.; 10 miles to rendezvous, 10 miles from place of dis- 
charge home; mounted 

59. SPARKMAN, Stephen; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj. 
HART for 3 mos.; 28 miles to rendezvous, 28 miles from place of 
discharge home; mounted 

60. SMITH, William; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj. 
HART for 3 mos.; 28 miles to rendezvous, 28 miles from place of 
discharge home; mounted 

61. SANDERS?, Edward; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj. 
HART for 3 mos., 7 days; 16 miles to rendezvous, 16 mile6 from 
place of discharge home; mounted 

62. ?, John; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj. 

HART for 3 mos.; 23 miles to rendezvous, 23 miles from place of 
discharge home; mounted 

63. IMONS, Owen; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj. 

HART for 3 mos.; 12 miles to rendezvous, 12 miles from place of 
discharge home; mounted 

64. SAURES?, Thomas; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj. 
HART for 3 mos.; 6 miles to rendezvous, miles from place of 
discharge home 

65. SPARKMAN, John Fr.; enrolled Dec. 1, 1836 at Fr. SPARKMAN ' S by 
Capt. PILES? for 3 mos.jmounted 

66. SPARKMAN, William; enrolled Jan. 30, 1837 at Capt. PILES'S for 2 
mos., 23 days; 15 miles to rendezvous, 43 miles from place of dis- 
charge home; mounted; enrolled by Fr. SPARKMAN 

67. THOMAS, Rohn ; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Capt. 
PILES for 25 days; 15 miles to rendezvous, 28 miles from place of 
discharge home; mounted 



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68. TUCKER, James; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Maj. 
HART for 3 mos.; 28 miles to rendezvous, 28 miles from place 
of discharge home; mounted 

69. TUCKER, Thomas; enrolled Nov. 25, 1836 at Capt. PILES' s house 
by Maj. HART for 3 mos. ; 20 miles to rendezvous, 20 miles from 
place of discharge home; mounted 

70. TISON, James; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Capt. PILES's house by 
Capt. PILES for 2 mos., 30? days; 10 miles to rendezvous, 20 
miles from place of discharge home; mounted 

71. TISON, Joel; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Capt. Piles 's house by 
Capt. PILES for 1 mo.; 13 miles to rendezvous, 23 miles from 
place of discharge home; mounted 

72. TISON, T ? (can't read the remainder ) 

73. WEST, Cornelius; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Capt. 
PILES for 1 mo. ; 13 miles to rendezvous, 23 miles from place of 
discharge home; mounted 

74. WILSON, Jesse; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by Ma j . 
HART for 3 mos.; 25 miles to rendezvous, 25 miles from place of 
discharge home; mounted 

75. WILLIAMS, Anderson; enrolled Dec. 23, 1836 at Capt. PILES's house 
by Ma j . HART for 3 mos.; 14 miles to rendezvous, 14 miles from 
place of discharge home; mounted 

76. WILKERSON, Elijah; enrolled Dec. 15, 1836 at SOUDER'S by Capt. 
PILES for 2 mos., 1 day; 30 miles to rendezvous, 40 miles from 
place of discharge home 

77. WILKERSON, Elisha; enrolled Dec. 2, 1836 at SOUDER'S by Fr. SPARMAN 
for 2 mos., 22 days; 15 miles to rendezvous, miles home; mounted 

78. WILLIAMS, William; enrolled Dec. 28, 1836 at SOUDER'S by Fr. 
SPARKMAN for 1 mo., 27 days; 15 miles to rendezvous, 43 miles from 
place of discharge home; mounted 

79. WILLIAMS, William K. ; enrolled Dec. 28, 1836 at SOUDER'S by Fr. 
SPARKMAN for 1 mo. 27 days ; 15 miles to rendezvous, 43 miles from 
place of rendezvous home; mounted 

DIED 

1. HE ?, Charles E.; enrolled Nov. 24, 1836 at Jacksonville by 

Maj. HART for 3 mos.; 10 miles to rendezvous, miles home; mounted, 

died 15th Dec. 1836 
2. ?; enrolled Nov. 25,1836 at Jacksonville by Capt. 

PILES for 2 mos., 30? days; 23 miles to rendezvous, miles home; 

mounte, died 20th Dec. 1836 

RECORD OF EVENTS 



Head Qrs. Fort Heilman 

5th March 1837 
Sir, 
In conformity to instructions from Maj. Gen'l. JESUP. you will immedi- 
ately muster out of the service of the United States, Captains DELL and 

PILES's companies of Florida Volunteers and you will be ? by 

the instructions given here already rec'c. from me this ? 1 

these companies were not ? and mustered into the service. 



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You will then by order of Ma j . Gen'l. JESUP muster them out of the service 
of the United States and immediately after muster ? 

? 1st. Arty. Jacksonville Signed: J. B. CRANE 

Lt. Col. Qr., Regt. Art. 



Geo. WATSON, Lt. 1st Art. 
I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
James PILES' S company of 1st Regiment of Florida Volunteers in the service 
of the United States for the period herein mentioned; that the remarks set 
opposite the name of each officer and soldier, are accurate and just and 
that officers' «nd men ? mounted for the whole period. 

Date: 14th March 1837 James PILES 

Station: Jacksonville, E. F. Capt. commanding company 

I certify on honor that I have carefully exzmined this Muster Roll and 
that I have this 14th day. of March 1837 mustered and minutely inspected 
the above name company of 1st Regiment of Mounted Florida Volunteers 

Geo. WATSON, Lt. Art. 
Inspector and Mustering Officer 

Page 101-102 

Muster Roll of Capt. D. PITTMAN's company of the 3rd Regiment, 1st Bri- 
gade of Flor. Mounted Militia, commanded by Maj . Isaac BROWN ordered in- 
to service of the United States by R. K. CALL, Gov. of Flor. from the 
14th Sept. to the 14th day of Oct. 1837. 

Note: Columns used were: Name, rank, when and where mustered, by whom, 
period of time, number of miles to rendezvous and miles back home along 
with remarks. All men were mustered September 14, 1837 at Marianna by 
Maj. I. BROWN for 30 days; it was 50 miles to rendezvous and 50 miles 
from place of discharge home and remarks. 

1. D. PITTMAN, Capt.; discharged the 14th of Oct. 1837, 

to be mustered as 1st Lt. 

2. W. C. BRYAN, Lt. ; to be paid as 2nd Lt. 

3. Jackson DANELL, 2nd Lt. ; absent with leave, to be 

paid as 1st Sergt. 

4. E. D. PORTER, Orderly' Sergt . ; absent with leave 

to be paid as 2nd Sergt. 

5. John W. DAWSON, Sergt.; absent with leave, to be 

paid as 3rd Sergt. 

6. W. R. PASM0RE, Sergt.; absent with leave, to be 

paid as 1st Corp'l. 

7. Jessee HARWELL, Sergt.; absent with leave, to be 

paid as 2nd Corp'l. 

8. C. C. COBB, Corp'l.; absent with leave, to be paid 

as 3rd Corp'l. 



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9. James H. BROWN, Corp'l.; absent with leave, to be 
paid as private 

10. Jonathan JONES, Jr., Corp'l.; absent with leave, to 

paid as private 

11. Allen H. BUSH, Corp'l.; absent with leave, to be 

paid as private 

12. Samuel C. BELLAMY, Pvt. ; absent with leave 

13. ADAMS, Robt. C, Pvt.; absent with leave 

14. BROWN, Pattern, Pvt.; absent with leave 

15. BOWER, W. H., Pvt.; absent with leave 

16. BROWN, John, Pvt.; absent with leave 

17. BOOTH, John, Sr. , Pvt.; absent with leave 

18. BROWN, Wm. , Pvt. ; absent with leave 

19. CHAPMAN, J. R. , Pvt.; absent with leave 

20. CANNADY, J. B., Pvt.; absent with leave 

21. CARLISLES, John, Pvt.; absent with leave 

22. CARSON, Andrew, Pvt.; absent with leave 

23. DICKSON, Wms. D. , Pvt.; absent with leave 

24. DANIEL, Stephen, Pvt.; absent with leave 

25. DAILY, Hugh, Pvt.; absent with leave 

26. GARNER, John, Pvt.; absent with leave 

27. HILL, Jas. F. , Pvt.; absent with leave 

28. HUDSON, H. F., Pvt.; absent with leave 

29. JOHNSON, D. B. ; Pvt.; absent with leave 

30. JONES, Wiley, Pvt.; absent with leave 

31. KENT, Reuben, Pvt.; absent with leave 

32. KENT, Levin, Pvt.; absent with leave 

33. LITTLETON, Wm. , Pvt.; discharged the 14th Oct. 1837 
absent with leave 

34. LOTT, Jessee, Pvt.; absent with leave 

35. MCKASKILL, J., Pvt.; absent with leave 

36. MCQUAGE, Daniel, Pvt.; absent with leave 

37. MCGILL, S., Pvt.; absent with leave 

38. PR0SESE, Peter, Pvt.; absent with leave 

39. PLEDGER, J. E., Pvt.; absent with leave 

40. PATTERSON, Littleton, Pvt.; absent with leave 

41. RUSK, Hugh, Pvt.; absent with leave 

42. ROBINSON, W. J., Pvt.; absent with leave 

43. RICHARDS, Jas., Pvt.;- absent with leave 

44. STEWARD, Darling, Pvt.; absent with leave 

45. SWAIN, Jos., Pvt.; absent with leave 

46. TAILOR, J. B., Pvt.; absent with leave 

47. TURNER, Jas., Pvt.; absent with leave 

48. TANNER, T. B., Pvt.; absent with leave 

49. TAYLOR, Robt., Pvt.; absent with leave 

50. TABOR, Washington, Pvt.; absent with leave 

51. VICKERY, Jas., Pvt.; absent with leave 

52. WEDGE0N, Isaac, Pvt.; absent with leave 

53. WHITFIELD, R. P., Pvt.; absent with leave 

54. WILKERSON, J. W. , Pvt.; absent with leave 

55. THOMPSON, E., Pvt.; absent with leave 



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I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
PITTMAN's Mounted Company of the 3rd Regiment, 1st Brigade Flor. Militia 
for the period herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of 
each officer and soldier, are accurate and just. 

Date: 5 March 1838 D. PITTMAN 

Station; Marianna Commanding the Company 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and 
that I have this 5th day of March 1838 mustered and minutely inspected 
the above named company of Mounted Militia. 

D. H. VINTON 

Inspector and Mustering Officer 

Page 103-104 

Muster Roll of Capt. D. PITTMAN's company of the 3rd Regiment, ost Brigade 
of Flor. Militia commanded by L. BROWN ordered into service of the United 
States by R. K. CALL, Gov. of Flor. from the 6th day of May to the 5th day 
of June 1837 and from the 8th of May to the 8th of July. 

Note: Columns used were name, rank, when mustered, where, by whom, period 
of time, miles to rendezvous, miles from place of discharge and remarks. 
All men mustered May 6, 1837, unless shown otherwise, at Marianna by Col. 
L. BROWN for 30 days unless shown otherwise; 75 miles to rendezvous, 75 
miles from place of discharge home. 

1. D. PITTMAN, Capt. 60 days; discharged the 5th day 
of June 1837. To be mustered as 1st Lt. 

2. James GRIFFIN, 1st Lt . ; to be mustered as 2nd Lt. 

3. Joel PORTER, 2nd Lt. ; to be mustered as 1st Sergt. 

4. Jackson DANELL, 1st Sergt.; to be mustered as 2nd 



Sergt. 



3L 



5. John W. DAWSON, Sergt.. 60 days; to be mustered as 

3rd Sergt. 

6. Jonathan JONES, Sergt.; to be mustered as 1st Corp'l. 

7. Jessee HARWELL, Sergt. ; to be mustered as 2nd Sergt. 

8. E. D. PORTER, Corp'l.; to be mustered as 3rd Corp'l. 

9. Reuben KENT, Corp'l.; to be mustered as Pvt.; 60 days 

10. Wm. A. GILBERT, Corp'l. 

11. Jas. KENT, Jr.; Corp'l.; to be mustered as Pvt. 

PRIVATES 

12. ACOCK, Wm. , (can't read; probably absent with leave) 

13. ANDERSON: absent with leave 

14. BASSELL, J. H. ; absent with leave 

15. BUSH, David; absent with leave 

16. BLOUNT, G. B. ; 

17. BROWN, John, June 8, 1837; discharged 8th July, absent with 

leave 

18. LOFTON, T. F. (name was crossed out) 



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19. BLANCHARD, Robt. ; absent with leave 

20. CARLTON, R. B. ; absent with leave 

21. CUMBA, Reull; absent with leave 

22. DURHAM, James; absent with leave 

23. DAILY, Hugh; absent with leave 

24. DAVIS, John; June 8, 1837; discharged 8 July, absent 

with leave 

25. DERHAM, John; June 8, 1837; discharged 8 July, absent 

with leave 

26. DAWSON, Jno. (name crossed out); discharged 8 July, 

absent with leave 

27. EZELLE, John; discharged 5 June, absent with leave 

28. FORT, John, Sr. ; June 8, 1837; discharged 8 July, absent 

with leave 

29. GRAVES, Jno.; discharged 5 June, absent with leave 

30. GARNER, John; June 8, 1837; discharged 8 July, absent 

with leave 

31. HAMBLET, J.; discharged from 8th of July 1837,; absent 

with leave 

32. IRVIN, Joph. ; absent with leave 

33. JOHNSON, P.; June 8, 1837; discharged 8th of July 1837, 

absent with leave 

34. KENT, KUDINE? (named crossed out); discharged 8th of 

July 1837, absent with leave 

35. LOFTON, T. F. : June 8, 1837; 60 days; discharged 8th of July 

1837, absent with leave 

36. MCNEALLEY, A.; discharged 5 June 

37. MCQUGE, Daniel; June 8, 1837; discharged 8 July 

38. PASMORE, W. R. : discharged 5 June, absent with leave 

39. PROSESE, Peter; discharged 5 June, absent with leave 

40. PARROTE, Jos.; absent with leave 

41. PITTS, Benj.; absent with leave >-te 

42. PADGETT, John; June 8, 1837; discharged T-8 July, absent 

with leave 

43. PITTMAN, Ed. C. ; June 8, 1837; discharged 8 July 
PECK, Win. ; June 8, 1837; discharged 8 July, absent with 

leave 
PORTER, J. T.: June 8, 1837; discharged 8 July, absent 

with leave 
46. ROBINSON, Hugh; died 16 May, absent with leave 

RUSS, W. H. L.; June 8, 1837; discharged 8th of July 1837 
RUSS, J. T. ; June 8, 1837; discharged the 8th of July 1837, 

absent with leave 

49. STEPHENS, James; discharged 5 June, absent with leave 

50. STONE, Benj'n.; absent with leave 

51. STONE, J. K. ; absent with leave 

52. STONE, N. B.; absent with leave 

53. THOMPSON, E.; June 8, 1837; discharged 8th July 1837, 
absent with leave 

54. WATS, Hailey; June 8, 1837; discharged 5 June 1837, absent 
with leave 



44 
45 



47 
48 



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55. WATSON, Nathan; absent with leave 

56. MERRITT, ShadeJuly 8, 1837; discharged 8 July 1837, 

absent with leave 

57. WILLIAMS, F. S.; discharged 8 July 1837, absent with 

leave 
58. 
I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. 
(blank) company of the 3 Regiment, 1st Brigade Flor. Militia 



for the period herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposit the name of 
each officer and soldier, are accurate and just. 

Date: 5th March 1838 (7?) D. PITTMAN 
*Station: Marianna Commanding the Company 

*The name of Camp Lagrange was crossed out. 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and that 
I have this 5th day of March 1838 mustered the above named Detachment of 
Florida Militia 

D. H. VINTON, Asst. Qr. Mr. 

Inspector and Mustering Officer 
Page 105-106 

Muster Roll of Capt. PARKER'S company of the 1st Regiment of Florida 

Mounted Militia commanded by Col. Levan BROWN ordered into service of the 

United States by Gov. CALL from the 8th day of June to the 8th day of Sept. 1837, 

Note: All officers and soldiers were mustered June 8, 1837 at Marianna 
by Col. L. BROWN for 1 mo. or 3 mos. along with remarks 

Joel PORTER, Lt.; 3 mos. 

Hailey WATTS, 2nd Lt.; 3 mos.; absent with leave 

Peter PERRISE, Orderly Sergt. ; 3 mos.; absent with leave 

Seburn WILLIAMS; 3 mos.; absent with leave; Sergt. 

Donita WILLIAMS, Sergt.; 1 mo.; absent with leave 

Alfred LOCKLEY, Sergt.; 3 mos.; absent with leave 

Fredrick LEWIS; 3 mos.; absent with leave 

Zeehael P. MAYO; 3 mos; absent with leave 

PRIVATES 



HAG00D, Charles; 1 mo.; absent with leave 
BAREFIELD, Miles; 3 mos.; on furlough 30 day 
BUSH, Albert G. ; 3 mos.; absent with leave 
CARAWAY, B. J.?; 3 mos. ; 
COMACHAIL, William; 3 mos. 
COMAFORD, Phillip; 3 mos. 
DAVIDSON, John; 1 mo.; absent with leave 
GAY, John; 3 mos.; absent with leave 
HARRISON, Shadrach; 3 mos.; absent with le, 
HART, Robert; 1 mo.; absent with leave 
JONES, Jonathan; 3 mos.; on furlough 5 dayi 
MCMION, J. H. ; 3 mos. ; absent with leave 



th leave 



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MORRIS, William; 3 mos. ; absent with leave 
PARR, Sebum; 3 mos.; absent with leave 
PAGE, David; 3 mos.; absent with leave 
ROACH, David; 3 mos.; absent with leave 
RUSS, John; 1 mo. ; absent with leave 
RANKINS, John J.; 1 mo.; absent with leave 
SISONS, J. H.; 3 mos.; absent with leave 
SISONS, James A. ; 2 mos. ; absent with leave 
SLAUGHTER, J. L. ; 3 mos.; absent with leave 
SWAIN, Joseph; 1 mo. ; absent with leave 
TARVER, Jacob; 3 mos.; absent with leave 
WATKINS, Benjamin; 3 mos. ; absent with leave 



I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Lt. 
PORTER'S Detachment of the blank period blank, herein men- 
tioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and soldier 
are accurate and just. 

Date: March 6, 1838 Joel PORTER, Lt. 

Station: Marianna Commanding the company 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and that 
I have this 6th day of March 1838 mustered the above named company of Mounted 
can't read 

D. H. VINTON, Asst. Qr. Mr. 

Inspector and Mustering Officer 
Page 107-108 

Muster Roll of Ma j . Brig. A. PUTNAM'S Independent Company A attached by 
special order to this Regiment, 2nd Brigade of Florida Militia commanded 
by Col. Jos. S. (L?) SANCHEZ ordered into service of the United States by 
Brigadier Gen'l. J. M. HERNANDEZ, from the 14th day of Nov. 1835 to the 
20th day of Feb. 1836. 

Note: All officers and soldiers enrolled Dec. 14, 1835 at St. Augustine 
by Gen'l. HERNANDEZ for 3 mos., 7 days (unless otherwise shown) along 
with remarks. 

1. Benj. A. PUTNAM, Ma j . Com'd. ; this company ? by 

the territorial law with a ? commandant and 

denominated the "St. Augustine Guards" 

2. K. B. GIBBS, Capt. 

3. Samuel NORTHRUP, 1st Lt. 

4. John R. MITCHEL, 2nd Lt. 

5. Nathaniel C. SEOBE? 

1. Jacob MARKS, 1st Sergt. 

2. Secumdine SEGUI, 2nd Sergt. 

3. Domingo R. MARTINELLY, 3rd Sergt.; 2 mos., 11 days 
died of wounds received in action 31 Jan. 1836 

4. Ambrose COOPER, 4th Sergt.; appointed 4th Sergt. 
from private 14th Dec. 1835 



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1. John B. FERERRA, , 1st Corp'l. 

2. Michael USINA, 2nd Corp'l.; absent 

3. Garret BRANTED?, 3rd Corp'l.; appointed Corp'l. 
from private 14 Dec. 1835 

4. Petronelo LOPER (LOPEZ?) 

PRIVATES 



1. ANDRUE, Lawrence 

2. CANOVAS, Bartolo; absent 

3. CANOVAS, Joseph; absent 

4. CANOVAS, John 

5. DOOLEY, Thomas 

6. FERERRA, Francis 

7. FOLERA, Charles; died 28th Jan. 1836 of wounds rec'd. 

in action; 1 mo., 18 days 

8. FORTAMA, Rafael; 2 mos., 6 days 

9. GEIGER, Paul 

10. GENOVAR, Francis; mounted 22 days and found his own 

horse 

11. GEMER, Philip; absent 

12. GOULD, Edward; 2 mos., 5 days; died in action (supposed) 

18 Jan. 1836. Arms and accoutrements unavoidably lost. 

13. GRASISKY, Lawrence; 2 mos., 6 days; absent 

14. GRAVES, Henry; 7 days; absent 

15. IRWIN, John. 

16. LEONARDY, Mattcous; absent 

17. MANUCY, Joseph 

18. MARCOS, Rafael 

19. MARKS, George; arms and accoutrements unavoidably lost 

in action 

20. NELLIGAN, Michael; absent 

21. NODU, Aatiaio; absent 

22. PINKERS0N^,John 

23. PERPALL, Sabreet 

24. REYNOLDS, Julius; 2 mos., 6 days; absent 

25. ROGERS, Nicholas; 11 days; absent 

26. SANCHEZ, John 

27. SANCHEZ, Francis; sick 

28. SOLANO, Philip; 12 days 

29. SOLANO, Eman'l.; 2 mos., 6 days; sick 

30. SIMPSON, John; absent 

31. SPRAGUE, Elisha 

32. THOMAS, Lewis; 2 mos., 6 days; absent 

33. THOMAS, Henry; 2 mos., 6 days 

34. TRIAY, Vistinio; 2 mos., 6 days 

35. USINA, Domingo; absent 

36. WALLEN, Henry 

37. WEADMAN, Philip; mounted 3 days and found his own horse 

38. WEADMAN, Paul; 7 days 

39. WILKERSON, George; 12 days; sick 

40. WILLIAMS, John L. ; 2 mos.,- 6 days 



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41. CLARKE, George 

42. CLARKE, William 

43. CLARKE, Thomas 

44. WILLIAMS, Sampson 

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Ma j , 
Benj . A. PUTNAM'S Independent Company of St. Augustine Guards Florida . 
Militia for the period herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite 
the name of each officer and soldier, are accurate and just, and that 
the public arms and accoutrements which were delivered to the company 
have all been turned over to the officer of the United States Army 
authorized to receive them. Except as otherwise noted on the roll and 
that the mounted men to the best of my knowledge all supplied their own 
horses as noted. 

Date: 14 July 1836 Benj. A. PUTNAM 

Station: St. Augustine Major commanding the company 

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and 
that I have this 16th day of July 1836 mustered and minutely inspected 
the above named company of Florida Militia. 

R. M. KIRBY, Maj. U. S. Army 
Inspector and Mustering Officer