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ROLL OF PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



General Officers, War of 1812-14. 



(Copied from Volume XIL Penna. Archives Second Series). 

Commander-in-Chief. 
SNYDER, SIMON, Governor of the Commonwealth of Penn- 
sylvania; born at Lancaster, November 5, 1759; member of 
the convention of 1790; member of the Pennsylvania House 
of Representtatives 1797 to 1808, and speaker thereof; Governor 
of the State, 1808 to 1817; subsequently a member of the 
Senate; died November 9, 1819. 

Adjutants General. 
REED, WILLIAM, of Adams county; died in office, June 15, 

1813. 
IRVINE, WILLIAM N., acting. 
DUNCAN, WILLIAM, October, 1813. 
HYNEMAN, JOHN M., 1814; died in office, May 8, 1816. 

Quarter-master General. 
SMITH, WILSON, of Erie county, 1812-14. 

Commissary General. 
IRVINE, CALLENDER. 

Aids to the Commander-in-Chief. 
BOILEAU, NATHANIEL B. 
GIBSON, JOHN BANNISTER. 
BINNS, JOHN. 
DUANE, WILLIAM. 

Major Generals. 
(The numbers refer to divisions). 
L WORRELL, ISAAC, Philadelphia, 1812-14. 

II. SHEETZ. HENRY, Montgomery, 1812-14. 

III. PEARCE, CROMWELL, Chester, 1812. 
STEEL, JAMES, Chester, 1813-14. 

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4 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

IV. WHITEHILL, JAMES, Lancaster, 1812. 
WATSON, NATHANIEL, Lancaster, 1813-14. 

V. GII.LILAND, WILLIAM, Adams, 1812-14. 

VI. UDREE, DANIEL, Berks, 1812-14. 
Vn. REA, JOHN, Franklin, 1812-14. 

VIIL CRAIG, THOMAS, Northampton, 1812-14. 

IX. MONTGOMERY, DANIEL, Northumberland, 1812-14. 

X. BORROWS, JOHN, -Lycoming, 1812-13. 
STEEL, WILLIAM, Huntingdon, 1814. 

XI. BANKS, JAMES, Mifflin, 1812-13. 

XII. OGLE. ALEXANDER, Somerset, 1812-14. 

XIII. MERCHANT, DAVID, Westmoreland, 1812-14. 

XIV. STEVENSON, JAMES, Washington, 1812. 
ATCHESON, THOMAS, Washington, 1813-14. 

XV. TANNEHILL, ADAMSON, Pittsburg, 1812-13. 

WILSON, JOHN ,Allegheny, 1814. 

XVI. MEAD, DAVID, Crawford, 1812-13. 
PHILLIPS, JOHN, Erie, 1814. 

Brigadier Generals. 
I. 1. BRIGHT, MICHAEL, Philadelphia, 1812-13. 

1. WHARTON, ROBERT, Philadelphia, vice BRIGHT, 
dec'd., 1813. 

1. BARTRAM, GEORGE, Philadelphia, vice WHARTON, 

1814. 

2. DUNCAN, WILLIAM, Philadelphia, 1812-13; pro- 

moted adjutant general, 1814. 
2. SNYDER, THOMAS, Philadelphia, vice DUNCAN, 
promoted, 1814. 
IL 1. WELLS, ISAIAH, Montgomery, 1812. 

2. SMITH, SAMUEL, Bucks, 1812. 
in. 1. CUNNINGHAM, JOHN W., Chester, 1812. 
2. HARRIS, WILLIAM, Chester, 1812-13. 
2. BROOKE, WILLIAM, Delaware, 1813. 

IV. 1. HIBSHMAN, JACOB, Lancaster, 1812. 
2. MILLER, ROBERT, Lancaster, 1812. 

2. DICKS, JOHN, Lancaster, vice MILLER, 1814. 

V. 1. HETRICK, CHRISTIAN, York, 1812. 
2. GETTYS, JAMES, Adams, 1812. 

2. EYSTER, JACOB, Adams, vice GETTYS, 1814. 
VI 1. BOWER, JACOB, Dauphin, 1812-13. 
1. HARRISON, JOHN, Dauphin, 1813. 

1. FORSTER, JOHN, Dauphin, vice HARRISON, 1814. 

2. HOTTENSTINE, DAVID, Berks, 1812. 

2. ADDAMS, JOHN, B-3rks, vice HOTTENSTINE, 1814. 



WAR OF 1812-1S14. 5 

VII. 1. BODEN, JOHN, Cumberland, 1812. 

2. YOUNG, WILLIAM, Franklin, 1812. 

2. WADDELL, THOMAS, Franklin, vice YOUNG, 1814. 

VIII. 1. KREIDER, CONRAD, JR., Northampton, 1812. 

1. MERTZ, HENRY. Lehigh, vice KREIDER, 1814. 

2. SPERING, HENRY, Easton, 1812. 

IX. 1. LIGHT, ADAM, Northumberland, 1812. 
2. ROSS, WILLIAM, Luzerne, 1812. 

X. 1. CUMMINGS. JOHN, Lycoming, 1812. 
2. WELLS, HENRY, Bradford, 1814. 

XL 1. DOTY, EZRA, Mifflin, 1812. 

1. EVANS, LEWIS, Mifflin, vice DOTY, 1814. 

2. STEEL, WILLIAM, Huntingdon, 1812; promoted 

major general, 1814. 
2. MOORE, ARTHUR, Huntingdon, vice STEEL, pro- 
moted, 1814. 

XII. 1. SAYLOR, JACOB, Somerset, 1812. 
2. NOBLE, JOHN, Bedford, 1812. 

2. PHILSON, ROBERT, vice SAYLOR, 1814. 

XIII. 1. CRAIG, ALEXANDER, Westmoreland, 1812. 

1. MURRY. JAMES, Westmoreland, vice CRAIG, 1814. 

2. MASON, THOMAS, Fayette, 1813. 

2. McClelland, Alexander, Fayette, 1814. 

XIV. 1. ATCHESON, THOMAS, Washington, 1812; promoted 

major general, 1813. 

1. PATTERSON, THOMAS, Washington, vice ATCHEr- 

SON, promoted, 1813. 

2. CROOKS, RICHARD, Greene, 1812. 

2. BROWN, JOHN, Greene, vice CROOKS, 1814. 

XV. 1. WILSON, JOHN, Pittsburg, 1812; promoted major 

general, 1814. 

1. MARKS, WILLIAM, JR., Allegheny, vice WILSON, 

promoted, 1814. 

2. McCOMB, JAMES, Armstrong, 1812; died 1814. 
XVL 1. KELSO, JOHN, Erie, 1812-14. 

2. GRAHAM, THOMAS, Butler, 1812. 

2. HURST, HENRY, Crawford, vice KELSO, 1814. 

Brigade Inspectors. 

I. 1. SHARP, DANIEL, Philadelphia, 1812. 

2. ETRIS, WILLIAM, Philadelphia county, 1812. 
2. TRYON, JACOB, G., 1814. 

II. 1. SNYDER, CHRISTIAN, Montgomery, 1812. 
2. VANSANT, HARMAN, Bucks, 1812-14. 



6 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

in. 1. STEEL, JAMES, Chester, 1812; promoted brigadier 
general. 
1. PARK, JAMES, Chester, 1813. 

1. SNYDER, CASPER, 1814. 

2. BROOKE, WILLIAM, Delaware, 1812. 
2. STANLEY, MATTHEW, 1814. 

IV. 1. LIGHT, JOHN, Lancaster, 1812. 

2. SAMPLE, NATHANIEL, W., Lancaster county, 1812. 

V. 1. JORDAN, ARCHIBALD, S., York, 1812. 
2. WELSH, GEORGE, Adams, 1812-14. 

VI. 1. DOEBLER, ABRAHAM, Lebanon, 1812. 

1. SPAYD, CHRISTIAN, Dauphin, 1814. 

2. SHOEMAKER, PETER, Reading, 1812. 
Vn. 1. LAMBERTON, JAMES, Carlisle, 1812. 

2. McCLELLAN, WILLIAM, Franklin, 1812. 
Vin. 1. SAEGER, NICHOLAS, Northampton, 1812. 
1. JONES, JOHN, 1814. 

1. GRESS, MATTHIAS, 1814. 

2. BRODHEAD, RICHARD, Wayne, 1812. 
2. POST, ISAAC, 1814. 

2. FOGEL, JOHN, 1814. 

IX. 1. SMITH, ROBERT, Northumberland, 1812. 
2. FRUIT, JOHN, Northumberland, 1812. 

X. 1. STEWART, SAMUEL, Lycoming, 1812. 

XI. 1. YOUNG, JOHN .Centre, 1812. 

2. MOORE, WILLIAM, Huntingdon, 1812. 
XIL L GRAHAM, GEORGE, Somerset, 1812. 
2. MANN, ANDREW, BedfoixJ, 1812. 
2. HANNA, JAMES, 1814. 

XIII. 1. ARMSTRONG, GEORGE, Westmoreland, 1812. 
L KIRKATRICK, JOHN, 1814. 

2. SPRINGER, URIAH, Fayette, 1812-13. 
2. DEARTH, GEORGE, 1814. 

XIV. 1. DUNLAP, JAMES, Washington, 1812-14. 
2. HUSTON, SAMUEL, Greene, 1812. 

2. MITCHELL, THOMAS, 1814. 

XV. 1. COCHRAN, SAMUEL, Pittsburgh, 1812. 
L JOHNSTON, WILLIAM, 1814. 

2. BEATTY, ROBERT, Kittanning, 1812. 
XVL 1. CLARK, WILLIAM, Meadville, 1812. 
2. POWERS, SAMUEL, Beaver, 1812. 

Hospital Surgeons. 
AGNEW, SAMUEL. 
BEMUS, DANIEL. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 

Hospital Surgeon's Mates. 
REILY, LUTHER. 
WATSON, DAVID. 

Deputy Quarter-Masters General. 
FOERING, FREDERICK, 1812. 
HAY, JOHN, ]812. 
LINNARD, WILLIAM, 1812. 
MOORE, WILLIAM, 1813. 
SERGEANT, HENRY, September 24, 1814. 

Judges Advocate. 

FULLERTON, . 

SMITH, WILLIAM, S. 

Superintendents of Military Stores. 
DUNCAN, WILLIAM. 
DUANE, WILLIAM. 
JOHNSTON, LIEUTENANT. 

Contractors. 
DENNY, EBENEZER, Pittsburgh. 
PARKER, RICHARD, Carlisle. 

Aides-de-Camp. 
BIDDLE, JOHN G., to General Cadwalader. 
ELLMAKER, AMOS, to General John Forster. 
FRANKS, SAMUEL, D., to General Addams. 
FARRELLY, PATRICK. 

McCALL, RICHARD, to General Cadwalader. 
MARTIN, CHARLES. 

PATTERSON, JAMES, to General N. Watson. 
SHIPPEN, BENJAMIN, JR., to General N. Watson. 

Brigade Majors. 
BADGERS, WILLIAM C. 
FORSTER, JOHN M., from sergeant. 
HIESTER, GABRIEL, JR. 

HUNTER, , promoted Assistant Adjutant General. 

JUNKIN, JOHN. 
McCALL. RICHARD. 
POWELL, JOHN HARE. 
RODGERS, THOMAS J. 



.8 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Commissaries. 
BEALL, THOMAS. 
McCANNUM, ROBERT. 
MOORE, WILLIAM. 
REED, RUFUS S. 
RAWLE, GEORGE. 
STEWART, NATHANIEL. 
WOLVERTON, STEPHEN. 

Forage Masters. 
DEMPSEY, DAVID. 
GREENFIELD, H. 
McCLEAN, WILLIAM. 
SMITH, G. \\. 

Wagon Masters. 
BOYD, DAVID. 
CORYELL, LEWIS. 
HIMROD, MOSES. 
JOHNSON, FERGUS. 
McCOMB, WILLIAM. 
MARTIN, JOHN. 
RIGLER, STEPHEN. 
WOODSIDE, ARCHIBALD. 



VOLUNTEERS ON THE DELAWARE— 1814. 



ADVANCE LIGHT BRIGADE. 
Brigadier General. 
CADWALADER, THOMAS. 

Brigade Majors. 

HUNTER, , promoted Assistant Adjutant General. 

POWEL, JOHN HARE. 

Aids. 
McCALL, RICHARD. 
BIDDLE, JOHN G. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 

Assistant Quarter-Master General. 
SERGEANT, HENRY. 

Assistant Deputy Quarter-Master General. 
CONNEY, DAVID. 



FIRST REGIMENT VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
PREVOST, ANDREW M. 

Majors. 
STEVENSON, CORNELIUS. 
DUFFIELD, THOMAS W. 

Adjutant. 
HUTTON, JOHN G. 

Quarter-Master. 
PETERS, JACOB. 

Pay-Master. 
PREVOST, LEWIS M. 

Surgeon. 
SMITH, JAMES. 

Sergeant Major. 
O'NEIL, ROBERT. 



FIRST REGIMENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. 



Colonel. 
BIDDLE, CLEMENT C. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
RAGUET, CONDY. 

Majors. 
INGERSOLL, JOSEPH R. 
VOORHEES, SAMUEL S. 



10 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Adjutant. 
ASH, MICHAEL W. 

Quarter-Mastei'. 
WHARTON, FRANCIS R. 

Pay-Master. 
PETERS, THOMAS R. 

Surgeon. 
STEWART, SAMUEL. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
FERGUSON, JAMES G. 

Sergeant Major. 
WILCOCKS, SAMUEL. 

Quarter-Master Sergeant. 
SPERRY, FRED W. 

Drum Major. 
FRYER, JOHN. 

Fife Major. 
ERODE, JOSEPH D. 



FIRST REGIMENT VOLUNTEER RIFLEMEN. 



Colonel. 
HUMPHREYS, THOMAS. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
HORN, ABRAHAM. 

Majors. 
WATERS, WILLIAM. 
SPEESE, WILLIAM. 
BOYER, . 

Adjutant. 
HART, WILLIAM. 

Quarter-Masters. 
GOODWIN, JOSEPH. 
SHELMIRE, ABRAHAM. 



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Surgeon. 



SPENCER, . 

Surgeon's Mate. 
RAWLE, . 



Sergeant Major. 
PATTERSON, ROBERT. 



BATTALION VOLUNTEER RIFLEMEN. 



Major. 
UHLE, JOHN, 

Adjutant. 
SELIN, ANTHONY C. 

Quarter-Master. 
LOVE, THOMAS. 

Quarter-Master Sergeant. 
HALL. JOSEPH. 



DETACHMENT OF MILITIA. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
BERRY, PETER L. 

Majors. 
VODGES, JACOB. 
BOZORTH, WILLIAM. 

Adjutant. 
TRUMP, ISAAC. 

Quarter-Master. 
GIBSON, JAMES. 

Sergeant Major. 
BYRNES, PATRICK. 

Quarter-Master Sergeant. 
HAMILTON, JAMES. 



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FIRST DIVISION— 1812-14. 



FIRST DIVISION, 
Philadelphia City and County. 



RE)GIME)NTAL NUMBi^RS 
(Act April 9, 1807). 

FIRST DIVISION. 

City— 24, 25, 28, 50, and 84. County— 42, 67, 
75, 80, 88 and 140. 



RKTURN OF OFFICERS AND MEN, 
First Brigade, First Division — 1812-14. 



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Com'dt. 

1st Compy., Charles Ross 

2nd Compy., Thomas Cadwalader 

3rd Compy., Robert Morell 

4th Compy., John Smith 



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22 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Sir: 

In virtue of the General orders of the Commander in Chief 
of the Commonwealth of May 12th, 1812 Drafted, Organized, 
Officered and detached the quota of the First Brigade First 
Division of Pennsylvania Militia. And have the honour to 
State that on Mustering and Inspecting the First class of 
the respective Regiments composing this Brigade, With the 
Artillery, Regiment of Cavalry, and Philadelphia Militia Le- 
gion The number vastly exceeded my expectations, Should 
the same patriotic spirit be manifest when marching orders 
are issued, of which, I have no reason to doubt A proportion 
takeing from the First class of the militia would with the 
Artillery, Cavalry and Militia Legion be more than sufficient 
to Compleat the quota required 3f this Brigade. I regret 
exceedingly that from an Inspection made of the Public 
Arms particularly those in possession of the Philadelphia 
Militia they are entirely unfit for public service — as also those 
in possession of the Regiments Composing this Brigade are in 
tolerable order with the exception of arms in possession of the 
24th and 50th Regiments which are in such a State that not 
one of Twenty is fit for Service. Rifles are much wanting 
there being several Companies Organized and have become 
attached to the Phil'a Legion and could they be obtained it 
would greatly add to the increase of their Companies all of 
which is respectfully submitted. 

Your ob't Hub'le St. 
DANIEL SHARP, Brigade Inspector. 
Philad'a 7th September, 1812. 



FIRST DIVISION, SECOND 
BRIGADE— 1812-14. 



MUSTER, PAY AND RECEIPT 
ROLLS— 1812-14. 



MUSTER ROLLS— 1812-14. . 



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WAR OF 1812-1814. 25 

MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. STARNES COMPANY OF THE 
ROXBOROUGH VOLUNTEERS ATTACHED TO THE 
SECOND BRIGADE FIRST DIVISION P. M. WHEN IN 
THE SERVES OF THE UNITED STATE UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF COLONEL JOHN THOMSON COMMENCE- 
MENT OF SERVIS ON THE TWELFTH OF SEPTEMBER 
1814 DISCHARGED ON THE SECOND DAY OF JANUARY 
1815. 







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tS 


Remarks. 




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Captain. 








Joseph Starne. 








Serjeants. 








Tibben, Daniel. 








Kerper, George. 








Righter, Charles. 








Stiouse, Jacob. 








Corporals. 








Levering, Charles. 








levering. John. 








Righter, Michael. 








Smith, Jacob B. 








Flfer. 








Ashlon, James. 








Privates. 








Adams, Jacob. 








Bloom, Samuel. 








Bloome, Enoch 


Oct 9, 1814. 




Reed, no State pay 


Coulston, James. 








Culp, James. 








Goodman, George. 








Green, John. 








Gorgas, Samuel. 








Graham, Jacob. 








Hinkle, Peter. 








IloUoway, Wlndele. 








Hansbary, Wm. 








Hein, Peter. 








Himmelwright. John. 








Ingram, Joseph. 








Koely, George. 








Keely, Charles. 








King, John. 








Keely, Jacob. 








Kirtchner, Christopher. 








Hart, William. 









26 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. STARNES COMPANY OF THE 
ROXBOROUGH VOLUTEERS— Continued. 





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Levering, Joseph. 








Lawrence, John. 








Moore, Charles, Drummer. 








Moyer, Joseph. 








McCllennen, Saml. 








Miller, George. 








Maguire, Archibald. 








McCann, John. 








Moyer, Benjamin. 








Merwine, Peter. 








Merwine, Charles. 








Oziers, Joseph. 








Rax, Henry. 








Rax, John. 








Rax, Francis. 








Rittenhouse, Abraham. 








Stritzall, Joseph. 








Shuster, Jacob. 








Kpencer, Samuel. 








Shane, William. 








Shuster, Charles. 








Shinlvle, John. 






• 


Snyder, William. 








Strceper, Joseph. 








Streeper John 






discharged before 
three months ser- 














vls. 


Stritzall, Peter. 








Tlbben, John 






died before three 








months servis. 


Taylor, James. 








Tool, Samuel. 








tllmor, John. 








Weaver, Samuel. 








Wllner, John. 








William, Henry. 








William, Dehaven. 








Will, Christopher. 








Fight, Casper. 









We Certify that this Muster Roll is a true State of the 
Company and thaJL ^^^ Remarks are true and just. 

^. JOSEPH STARNE, Captn. 

JOHN THOMPSON, 

Col. Commg. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 27 



RETURN OF THE MEN BELONGING TO LIEUT. CHARLES 
W. WESTPHAL'S COMPANY OF MILITIA INFANTRY. 
IN THE SECOND BRIGADE OF THE FIRST DIVISION 
OF PENNSYLVANIA DETAILED MILITIA, INCLUDING 
THOSE WHO HAVE DIED DESERTED OR HAVE BEEN 
DISCHARGED IN THE CAMPAIGN OF 1814— FROM 14 
SEPTEMBER THAT YEAR TO 4 JANUARY 1815— BEING 
THE TIME THEY WERE IN THE SERVICE OF THE 
UNITED STATES AND MUSTERED INSPECTED AND 
DISCHARGED ON THIS LAST DATE. 



Name and Rauk — Remarks. 
Captain. 

William Painter. 
Resigned 21 Novem. 1814. 

Lieutenants. 

1. Charles W. Westphal. 
2. John Evans. 

Ensign. 
Daniel E. Elbing. 

Orderly Sergeant. 
Jacob Miller. 

Sergeants. 

1. Frederick Nice. 

2. Joseph Vantiue. 

3. William Thompson. 

Appointed 11 Dec'r 1814, in place of W. Quinlin. 

4. John Gable. 

Corporals. • 

1. Benjamin Hubbert. 

2. Isiah Wai-ton. 

• 3. Alexander Buchanan. 

Appointed 2 Decern. 1814, in place of James Deboufre. 

4. John Hollewell. 



28 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Privates. 

Alexander Wolf. 

Annadecon, Henry. 

Bosick, Henry. 

Bartle, George. 

Barris, Thomas. 

Blecker, Jacob, Deserted. 

Beverlin, James. 

Buck, Fred'k G. 

Baites, Isaiah. 

Burch, David, Indisposed when troops left camp Mifflin & 
never returned to Duty. 

Baker, Fred'k. 

Barnholt, John. 

Bentley, John. 

Britton, Edward, Deserted, caught & then mulcted of 1 months 
pay. 

Clymer, George. 

Cooper, James. 

Cryser, Samuel. 

Cox, Merrion K. 

Cake, Matthias. 

Duncan, Nath'l. 

Deboufre, James, Acted as corporal till 2 Decem'r and then 
degraded. 

Emery, Henry. 

English, Michael, Furloughed 20 Sept. Indisposed & never re- 
turned to Duty. 

Eyres, Joseph 

Fox, Samuel. 

Fox, Anthony. 

Franks, Henry. 

Gaun, George, Discharged. 

Goldsmith, Jeremiah. 

Harman, John. 

Hillman, Oliver. 

Howard, Richard. 

Hughes, William. 

Hoover, David. 

Hamilton, John, Substitute for Peter Walter deserted from 
his post. ^ 

Haines, Robert. 

Heartley, Charles. 

Hemphill, Adam. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 29 

Hargrove, William, Unfit for Duty on account of old age, a 
Substitute for 

Higgins, Friderick. 

HoUingswood, John. 

Jaggers, Jonathan. 

Jackson, Benjamin. 

Johnston, Daniel. 

Koch, I. 

Kessler, Martin. 

Kerum, Thomas. 

Lowe, Thomas. 

Ludlow, Isaac, deserted. 

Loche, Nathan'l. 

Moxley, John. 

Montgomery, Robert. 

Miller, William. 

Murphy, Arthur. 

Morgan, Nicholas. 

Nace, Jacob. 

Pool, John. 

Parker, Nalhaa'l. 

Quinlir, William, Sergeant until 11 Dec, 1814, & then de- 
graded. 

Rudy, Jacob. 

Riter, John. 

Roockstall, Jacob. 

Seybert, Will'm. 

Stout, Jacob. 

Steiner, Adam. 

Stell, Thomas. 

Sneek, Jacob, drummer to the Company. 

Smith, Henry. 

Stevenson, Dennison. 

Smith, Philip, Deserted 14 November 1814— absent 3 weeks, 
then Permitted to be absent by Gen'l Worral. 

Stone, John. 

Smith, Christian. 

Thomas, .Jacob. 

Trexler, Johnathan. 

Thompson, Robert. 

Thompson, Constant. 

Thomas, William. 

Thomas, Israel. 

Ulrich, Frederick. 

Ulrich, Henry. 



30 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Worman, Samuel. 
Weever, John. 
Watson, Christian. 
Younker, Jacob. 
Young, John. 

Philadelphia, 10 May, 1816. 
I <io certify the above Return or Muster Roll to be correct. 
CARL W. WESTPHAL, 
JOHN THOMPSON. 

Col'l. 



PAY ROLLS— 1812-14. 



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WAR OV 1812-1814. 



PAY ROLL OF^ CAPTAIN DAVID ALTEMUS COMPANY OF 
LIGHT INFANTRY OF THE SECOND BRIGADE FIRST 
DIVISION PENN. MILITIA LATE IN THE SERVICE 
OF THE UNITED STATES UNDER THE COMMAND OF 
BRIGADIER GENERAL THOMAS SNYDER. 



Rank- 



Sergeants. 

Joseph Hallowell. 

Samuel Vanham. 

John McNelly. 

Zephaniah Clayton. 

Corporals. 
Striclen S. Foster. 
Joseph Vandegrift. 

Jacob Clark. 

John Reed. 

Musicians. 
William Adair. 



never mustered. 



Privates 
Jonathan Altemus. 
Samuel Acuff. 
Thomas Britton. 
James Bodine. 

George Beish, (illegible) in Service 
William Burk. 
John Cuckle. 
John J. Crewson. 
Benjamin C. Curtis. 
William Crewson. 
John Deprefontaine. 
Charles Engle. 
Roberts Edwards, appointed Sergeant Major and Received 

pay accordingly. 
George Farr. 
George Fritz. 

John Hamilton. , 

Josiah Hendricks. 

3— Vol. VII— 6th Ser. 



34 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

John Henderson. 
Elias Johnson. 
William Kelly. 
Aaron W. Lyons. 
Bernard McNelly. 
John Mooney. 
John Miller. 
John Mervine. 
Charles Mann. 
Solomon Merkle. 
John Otterson. 
Owen Owen. 
Rodey Senik. 
Robert Thomson. 
Benjamin Vandegrift. 
William Walton. 
Hugh W^ybrant. 
Britton Walton. 
John Whartenby. 

I certify on honor that the aforegoing is a true List of the 
mens names who where Late in the service of the United 
States from the eleventh day of September 1814 to the second 
day of January 1815. 

Signed, 

JOHN FOULKROD, 
Late Lt. Commanding in Service of United States. 

Oxford Township, Philadelphia County. 
February 7th, 1815. 



RECEIPT ROLLS— 1812-14. 



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37 



October 17th, 1814. 

We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Militia Company com'd by Capt. D. Altemus as a part 
of 2d Brigade 1st Division Pennsylvania Militia of the State 
of Pennsylvania in the service of the United States, under 
the requisition of the President of the 4th of July 1814, and 
subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby acknowledge to 
have received severally from Daniel Bussier, paymaster of 
the Militia, the sum of six dollars, in advance, as part of 
our additional pay allowed by act of Assembly the said sum 
of six dollars being paid to each of us by order of his 
excellency the Governor under act of Assembly of February 
22, 1814, under Command of Col. Jno. Thompson. 



1st. Joseph Vanosdal. 
2nd. Joseph Hallowell. 



Sergeants. 



3rd. Samuel Vanhorn. 
4th. George Farr. 



1st. Zepheniah Clayton. 
2nd. Stricklin S. Foster. 



Corporals. 



3rd. Joseph Vendegrift. 
4th. Caleb Clark. 



Privates. 



Charles Yonker. 

John Cuckle. 

Thomas Brittin. 

Bernard McNelly. 

George Mann, absent without 

leave. 
William Walton, deserted. 
John Mooney. 
Rodney Senix. 
Robert Thompson. 
John McNelly. 
Charles Engle. 
John J. Krewson. 
Saml. Achuff. 
John Steinart. 
James Bodine. 
John Miller. 
John Merroine. 



Jesse Cruse. 
Charles Mann. 
Hugh Wybrant. 
Amasa Magarge. 
Wm. Crewson. 
Britton Walton. 
John Otleson. 
George Fritz. 
Solomon Merkle. 
Wm. Kelly. 
John Hamilton. 
Owen Owens. 
Josiah Hendricks. 
Elias Jonson. 
Benjiman Vandergrift. 
George Baish. 
Robert Edwards. 
William Burke. 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Jonathan Altemus. 
John Henderson. 
John C. Whartenby. 



Aaron N. Lyon. 

William Adair (drummer). 

Jno. Deprefontaine. 



October 17, 1814. 



We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Militia company com'd by Capt. J. Schweppenheiser 
as part of the 2d Brigade, 1st Division Pennsylvania 2 Brig'd 
Militia of the State of Pennsylvania, in the Service of the 
United States, under the requisition of the President of the 
4th of July 1814, and subsequent thereto, do veach of us hereby 
acknowledge to have received severally from Daniel Bussier, 
pay-master of the Militia, the sum of six dollars, in advance, 
as part of our additional pay allowed by Act of Assembly, 
the said sum of six dollars being paid to each of us by order 
of his excellency the Governor, under Act of Assembly of 
February 22, 1814 under command of Col. Jno. Thompson. 



1st. John Weiser. 
2nd. John Schaffer. 



Sargents. 



3rd. Henry Smith. 
4th. William Derick. 



Corporals. 



1st. Matthias Slemmer. 
2nd. George Miller. 



3rd. Benj. Dubois. 
4th. Nathan Stretch, 



Privates. 



George Shave. 
Hugh White. 
Saml. Brummel. 
John Crowsdel. 
Benj. Brown. 
Andrew McMains. 
George Lee. 
Henry Schockwa. 
Adam Shaffer. 
John Wipart. 
Nicholas Boyer. 
Adam Walters; 



Henry Newman. 
John Lindsay. 
Adam Painter. 
Fred'k Senterling. 
Joseph Glading. 
Alex'r. Weaver. 
Andrew Snell. 
William Baker. 
Stephen T. Wood. 
P. Schweppenheiser. 
John Schaffer. 
Andrew Kennedy. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



39 



John Coleman. 
Jacob Irving. 
Michael Croll. 
John Brum. 
John Hickey. 
Jacob Frick. 
William Etinger. 
James Main. 
Lemuel Taylor. 
Henry Wilt. 
John O'Connor. 
Nicholas Ginter. 
John Miller. 
Jacob Hummel. 
William Hines. 
Alex. Harris. 
George Rush. 
Benj. Conly. 
Jno. Danielly. 
William Bunting. 
John Williams. 
John Sansom. 
George Goldsmith. 
Isaac Richment. 
Conrad Hinkle. 
Chris. Lasley. 
George Hoe. 
James Brown. 
John Commerle. 



Christian Miglock. 
Christ'n Backman. 
Charles Pembur. 
Jacob 

George Harrison. 
Dan'l Roberts. 
John Ross. 
Solomon Brunner. 
Jno. Knapp. 
John Thorn. 
Saml. Hubbard. 
Jesse Wible. 
Abraham Smith. 
Valentine Genter. 
William Jones. 
Jacob Emery. 
Andrew Young. 
Henry Graff. 
George Moyer. 
Simon Millick. 
Henry W. Hull. 
Nath'n McGronagal. 
Jno. W. Waler. 
Jacob Schaffer. 
Ben'j. Robinson. 
Jacob Zigler. 
Benj. Garrison. 
Thomas Young. 



October 18, 1814. 

We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Volunteer Company attached to the 2d Brigade first 
Division Penna. Militia of the State of Pennsylvania, in the 
service of the United States, under the requisition of the 
President of the 4th of July 1814, and subsequent thereto, do 
each of us hereby asknowledge to have received severally from 
Daniel Bussier, paymaster of the Militia, the sum of six 
dollars, in advance, as part of our additional pay allowed by 
act of Assembly, the said sum of six dollars being paid to 
each of us by order of his excellency the Governor, under act 
of Assembly of February 22, 1814. Commanded by Col. John 
Thompson. 



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PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Danl. Tibbin. 
George Kerper. 



Serjeants. 



Charles Righter. 
Jacob Strouse. 



Charles Levering. 
John Levering. 



Corporals. 



Michael Righter. 
J. B. Smith. 



Charles Moore. 



Musicians. 

James Ashton. 



Privates. 



Joseph Levering. 
Christopher Will. 
.Joseph Stretzell. 
George Keely. 
Joseph Ozeas. 
Peter Hinkle. 
Caspar Fight. 
.Jacob Sinister. 
John Striiper. 
James Coulston. 
Charles Shuster. 
Joseph Ingram. 

Jghn Tibben. 

Henry Rex. 

George Goodman. 

William Shane. 

Samuel Spencer. 

Charles Keely. 

William Hart. 

Peter Stritzell. 

John Rex. 

John Shinkle. 

William Snyder. 

William Henry. 

Joseph Moyer. 

Samuel Toole. 

Jacob Adams. 

Samuel Weaver. 



Windal Halloway. 
James Taylor. 
James Gulp. 
Samuel McClelan. 
Chrlistopher Kirtner. 
Samuel Bloom. 
John Wilner. 
John Green. 
George Miller. 
Samuel Gorgas. 
Peter Mervine. 
Archbald McGuire. 
John King. 
John McConn. 
Benjamin Moyer. 
Wm. Dehaven. 
William Hansbury. 
Abraham Rittenhouse. 
Francis Rex. 
Jacob Graham, 
John Lawrence. 
Charles Mervine. 
Jacob Keely. 
John Ulmer. 
John Himelwright. 
Peter Hein. 
Joseph Streper. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



October 19th, 1814. 



We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Militia Company com'd by Capt. Michael Knorr as part 
of the 2d Brigade 1st Division of Pennsylvania Militia of the 
State of Pennsylvania, in the service of the United States, 
under the requisition of the President the 4th of July 1814, 
and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby acknowledge to 
have received severally from Daniel Bussier, paymaster of the 
Militia, the sum of six dollars, in advance, as part of our 
additional pay allowed by act of Assembly, the said sum of 
six dollars being paid to each of us by order of his excellency 
the Governor, under act of Assembly of February 22, 1814. 
Under Command of Col. John Thompson. 



Serjeants. 



Charles Jandin. 
P. V. Mercilliot. 



John 
Moses Hilt. 



Jacob Faunce. 
Rudolph P. Wilson. 



Corporals. 



William Hendricks. 
Cormick Rogers. 



Privates. 



Charles Dyer. 
John Dungan. 
Joshua Krewsen. 
Philip Folkrod. 
Benjamin L. Hill. 
William Phillips. 
Isaac Krewson. 
Charles Marckly. 
Jonathan Roads. 
Jacob Davis. 
Benjamin Snyder. 
Wm. Scattergood. 
Thomas Hartley. 
Clark H. Browne. 
Joseph Achuff. 
Charles McVaugh. 
William McDonal. 



Benjamin Smith. 
Joseph F. Mathias. 
Joseph White. 
John Strickland. 
Jacob Krewson. 
Thomas Hulings. 
John Richards 
Jeremiah Boileau. 
Heny. Moore. 
Frederick Smith. 
Patrick Judge. 
Ezekial Reese. 
Moses Crispin. 
Wm. Booth. 
Henry Simons. 
Francis Bryan. 
Peter Showers. 



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PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Abraham Strickland. 
Peter Hearse. 
Joseph Matchner. 
John Foy. 
George Vanhorne. 
Thomas Phillpot, Jr. 
Derrick Vanhorn. 
Isaac Stilweil. 
Jacob Cowher. 
John Hilt. 
Thomas Gentry. 
Jacob Whitesall. 
James Moore. 
Wm. Lowry. 
William Diingan. 
John Keyler. 
Daniel Dougherty. 
Thomas Hoover. 



Joseph Butcher. 
James Ellis. 
Jesse Roberts. 
Jacob Strouse. 
Caspar Christian. 
Wm. Rogers. 
Caleb Prentice. 
Conrad Lengerman. 
John Rikle. 
John Billings. 
Godfrey Welzer. 
Henry Pugh. 
George Ellis, deserted 
Nathan Bolieau. 
John Achuff. 
John Stroup. 
Chauncey Woodruff. 
John Roads. 



October 21st, 1814. 
We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Volunteer Company called the Southern Rangers com'd 
by Lieut. J. McKoy Regiment of a part of the 2nd Brigade,' 
1st Division Pennsylvania Militia of the State of Pennsylvania 
in the service of the United States, under the requisition of 
the President of the 4th of July, 1814 and subsequent thereto, 
do each of us hereby acknowledge to have received severally 
from Daniel Bussier, pay-master of the Militia, the sum of 
six dollars, in advance, as part of our additional pay allowed 
by act of Assembly, the said sum of six dollars being paid to 
each of us by order of his excellency the Governor, under act 
of Assembly of February 22, 1814, under com. of Lieut. Col. 
Joel B. Sutherland. 



1st. John Youckley. 
2nd. Philip Cook. 
3rd. William Finch. 

1st. Nath. Crowell. 
2nd. Charles Wood. 
3rd. William Lictor. 



Sergts. 

4th. William Cooper. 
5th. Thomas D. Grover. 

Corporals. 

4th. George Shaffer. 
5th. Joseph Ailes. 



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43 



Privates. 



William Abraham. 
Thomas P. Allen. 
David Auld. 
Thomas Black. 
James Bell. 
John Boyd. 
Robert Bailey. 
Alex'r Campbell. 

McClenince. 

William McComb. 
William Cook. 
Alex'r McCalla. 
William Cope. 
Charles Christersin. 
Daniel McCarty. 
John Conely. 
Henry O'Donnell. 
Alex'r Conely. 
Alfred Davenport. 
James Dumphy. 
Robert Elwell. 
Jno. McFerron. 
Thomas Johns. 
Jno. McFeely. 
John Fury. 
Patrick Fury. 
Danl. German. 
Job. Green. 
Edward Gerry. 
John Hill. 
Jno. Hopkins. 
Moses Hale. 
Warwick Hale. 
James Hood. 
Jno. Hunterson. 
Joseph Hassell. 
George Hurley. 
Jno. Hawkins. 
Patrick Hughes. 
Jno. Hasser. 
Richard Hoffman. 
William Johnston. 



David Jones. 
Henry Johnson. 
Thomas Truitt. 
David Keller. 
Thomas Keho. 
William King. 
Joseph Lyon. 
Caleb Loman. 
Oliver Lockwood. 
Jno. Marker. 
C. E. Manelius. 
Charles Lawrence. 
Daniel North. 
Bernard McNelly. 
William Naylor. 
Lemuel Paynter. 
Joseph M. Pile. 
John Pister. 
John Rodes. 
Walter Ross. 
George Rival. 
Thomas Richards. 
James Singleton. 
Hugh Sweeny. 
Tennis Stagg. 
George Shear, Junr. 
J. L. Shafer. 
Arthur Tool. 
James Thomas. 
David Tittermary. 
Hezekiah Vesey. 
John Wilar. 
Petit Wiggins. 
Caleb Whitehead. 
George Young. 
James Welder. 
Samuel White. 
Charles Whiteman. 
John Hill. 
Samuel Irvine. 
Thomas Leonard. 
Thomas Graddy. 



44 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

October 25th, 1814. 
We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Militia Company attached to the 2nd Brigade 1st 
Division Penns. Militia, under command of Col. J. Thompson 
as Militia of the State of Pennsylvania, in the service of the 
United States, under the requisition of the President of the 
4t.h of July 1814, and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby 
acknowledge to have received severally from Daniel Bussier, 
paymaster of the Militia, the sum of six dollars, in advance, 
as part of our additional pay allowed by act of Assembly the 
said sum of six dollars being paid to each of us by order of 
his excellency the Governor, under act of At:sembly of Feb- 
ruary 22, 1814. The said Company being Commanded by Capt. 
John Fulmer. 



George Sailor, 1st Serjt. 

Saml. Mart, 2nd Serjt. 

John Bowles, 3rd Serjt., on furlough. 

Henry Thompson, 4th Serjt. 

Peter Davis, 1st CorpL, on furlough. 

Richard Greening, 2nd Corpl. 

William Roop, 3rd Corpl. 

Ezra Evans, 4th Corpl. 

Privates. 
Saml. Pennegar. 
Benjamin Joyce. 
Oonrod Kane. 
Henry Mills. 

John Goodyear, furlough. 
John Root. 
Thos. Peckworth. 
John Birmingham. 
John Glover. 
Wm. Boberts. 
Lewis Beck. 
Wm. Davidson. 
James Brandt. 
Edw. McCully. 
David Davis. 
George Barthel. 
Saml. Pearson. 
Thos. McDermond. 
Barney Smith. 
Peter Derouche. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 45 



Fredk A. Bock, furlough. 

Wm. Goucher. 

Gotlieb Grose, furlough. 

John Pifer. 

Casper Erwin. 

Willm. Lauderboch, deserted. 

James Dory. 

Henry Gessner. 

Caleb Thompson, Sick at home.. 

John Higgins. 

Ed. Fincham. 

Joseph Turner. 

Philip Shepard. 

Geo. Mills. 

John Burns. 

Dennis Cannon. 

Stephen Turner. 

George Wentling. 

Jacob Struck. 

Jacob Arms. 

John Burdine. 

Timothy Harris. 

Lewis Tegtmeyer. 

John Parent. 

William Zebley. 

George Brandt. 

John Powers, Absent, furlough. 

Peter Gideon. 

Jacob Brown. 

Peter Holladay. 

Abm. Ford. 

George Snyder. 

John Lesel. 

Nichs. Settle, furlough. 

John Jones. 

Joel Harvey. 

John Fisher. 

John Mills. 

John Wilson. 

John McLaughlin. 

Jno. Moore. 

Jere Hornketh. 

Henry Young. 
George Hess. 



46 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Fred. Hegeman. 
George Shields. 
Geo. Meyers. 
Adam Lake. 
Abraham Smith. 
FVed. Kline. 
Jonathan Hough. 



Capt. Knorr's Company. 

"We the subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates, 
of the Infantry Company, second Brigade, first Division — 
Militia of the State of Pennsylvania, lately in the service of 
the United States, under the requisition of the President of the 
4th of July, 1814, and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby 
acknowledge to have received severally from Daniel Pussier, 
Paymaster of the Militia, the sum of one Dollar and sixty 
cents additional pay allowed by act of Assembly in such case 
made and provided. 



Charles Dyer. 

Charles Gaudin. 

Joseph Matchmer. 

John Bramin. 

Rudolph P. Wilson. 

Jacob Faunce, Substitute for John Coon. 

Benjn. Snyder. 

William Dungan. 

Jacob Davis. 

John Achuff. 

Clark Brown. 

Jeremiah Boileau. 

Joseph Butcher. 

Nathan Boileau, Substitute for Joseph Miller. 

John Billings, Substitute for Thos. Ross. 

William Booth. 

Moses Crispin. 

Jacob Cowher. 

Casper Christian. 

John Dungan, Substitute for Joseph Wagner. 

Thomas McGee. 

James Ellis. 

Philip Folkrod. 

John Foy, Died December 28, 1814, in the U. S. Service. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 47 



Benjamin L. Hill. 
Thomas Hartly. 
Thomas Rulings. 
William Hendricks. 
Peter Hearst. 
John Hitt, Jur. 
Thomas Hooven. 
Moses Hitt. 
Joshua Kreuson. 
Isaac Kreuson. 
Jacob Kreuson. 
William Lowry. 
Conrad Lingerman. 

Charles Markly, Sub. for John Jones. 
Charles McVaugh. 

William McDonald, Sub. for John Wilson. 

Joseph F. Mathias. 

Henry Moore. 

Peter V. Marcilliott. 

Thomas Philpot, Jur. 

Caleb Prentice. 

Henry Pugh, Sub. for Joseph Wigfall. 

William Philips. 

Jonathan Roads. 

John Richards. 

Ezekiel Reece. 

John Ristine. 

Jesse Roberts. 

William Rogers. 

John Rickle, Sub's for Jacob Caufman. 

John Roads. 

William Scatterroad. 

Frederick Smith. 

John Strickland. 

Benjn. Smith. 

Samuel Swope. 

Henry Simons. 

Peter Showers. 

Abraham Stricklen, Sub's for John Larrue. 
Isaac Stilwell. 

Jacob Strouse, Sub. for Jacob Rigler. 
John Stroup. 
John Thompson. 
George Vanhorn. 



48 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Joseph White. 

Chancy Woodruff. 

Jacob Whitesall. 

Godfrey Welser, Sub's for Mich'l Brenner. 

Thomas Getty. 

Joseph Auff. 



Capt. Henry Reads Company. 

We the subscribers, non-commissioned officers, and privates, 
of a Company, 2nd Brigade Volunteer Benevolent Blues Militia 
of the State of Pennsylvania, lately in the service of the 
United States, under the requisition of the President of the 
4th of July, 1814, and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby 
acknowledge to have received additional pay allowed by act 
of Assembly in such case made and provided. 



1. Isaac Will, Sergeant. 

2. Henry Benner, Sergeant. 

3. Richard Cohill, Sergeant. 

4. John Brindle, Sergeant. 

5. Jacob Baker, Corporal. 



6. Richard Witterstine, 

Corporal. 

7. Thomas Wyble, Corporal. 

8. Henry Shettle, Corporal. 

9. James McCauly, Quarter 

Master. 



Privates. 



10. Charles Archey. 

11. Henry Butz. 

12. Philip Boyfull. 

13. Charles Bates. 

14. Henry Bender. 

15. Charles Bender. 

16. John Burk. 

17. Peter Bozard. 

18. John Bait. 

19. William Clark. 

20. James Copeheart. 

21. Joseph Clothear. 

22. Samuel Croely. 

23. Philip Cliue. 

24. William Coldovey. 

25. John Carson. 



26. Daniel Beck. 

27. Abraham Uehart. 

28. William Berkenbine. 

29. Jacob Emry. 

30. William Eiuwachte. 

31. Godfrey Fillinger. 

32. Samuel K. Earl. 

33. Charles Moore. 

34. Ryers D. Byers. 

35. Joseph Lechler. 

36. Joseph Montgomery. 

37. Alexander Lentz. 

38. John A. Miller. 

39. Conrad Miller. 

40. Andrew Read. 

41. Joseph Rifile. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



42. Christian Reap. 

43. John Rink. 

44. Jacob Rink. 

45. George Read. 

46. Joseph Gosline. 

47. John Mc. Grady. 

48. Godlip Gockler. 

49. Peter Henry. 

50. Stephen Hynier. 

51. Jacob Reatz. 

52. George Krovscope. 

53. William Kyser. 

54. John Kumel. 

55. George Kensell. 

56. Henry Kyser. 

57. William Shoeman. 

58. Jacob Linn. 



59. George Lister. 

60. John Saffron. 

61. John Stull. 

62. Adam Stull. 

63. John Shoeman. 

64. Robert Schank. 

65. John Shaffer. 

66. John Shade. 

67. Jacob Sedingsher. 

68. Henry Silzer. 

69. Jacob Senderling. 

70. Charles Strecker. 

71. Jacob Long. 

72. George Thomas. 

73. John Tappa. 

74. John Toxler. 



Capt. William Runkle's Company. 

* We the suLicvibers, non-commissioned officers, and privates, 
of a Company, 2nd Brigade Northern Liberty Guards Militia 
of the State of Pennsylvania, lately in the service of the 
United States, under the requisition of the President of the 4th 
of July, 1814, and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby 
acknowledge to have received severally from Daniel Bussier, 
Paymaster of the Militia, the sum of One dollar additional pay 
allowed by act of Assembly in such case made and provided. 



Names. 



1. John Angel. 

2. David Abraham. 

3. Henry Appell. 

4. Valentine Apple. 

5. William Beck. 

6. Thomas Brandt. 

7. Benjamin Brooks. 

8. James Brooks. 

9. Benjamin Barger. 

10. Jacob Balm. 

11. Jacob Brown. 

12. John Besson. 

13. John Brunner. 

4— Vol. Vn— 6th Ser. 



14. Zacahariah Bowman. 

15. William Cole. 

16. Oliver Cromwell. 

17. John Cummings. 

18. Mahlon Carlin. 

19. George Carlin. 

20. Samuel Cunningham. 

21. Jacob Cownover. 

22. Samuel McClurg. 

23. Stephen Day. 

24. Christian Deal. 

25. John Deal. 



50 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



26. 


Jacob Darr. 


60. 


*Henry Meyers. 


27. 


Daniel Eisens. 


61. 


George Miller. 


28. 


John Englehart. 


62. 


John Nelson. 


29. 


John Eugard. 


63. 


Andrew Magee. 


30. 


Frederick Fisher. 


64. 


John Painter. 


31. 


John Fisher. 


65. 


Amos Palmer. 


32. 


Enoch Fraley. 


66. 


Peter Rorig. 


33. 


Joseph Fraley. 


67. 


George Royer. 


34. 


Peter Fagundas. 


68. 


Thomas Rose. 


35. 


Jame^s Funk. 


69. 


Charles Roseberry. 


36. 


Henry Foulke. 


70. 


William Magee. 


37. 


Michael McGill. 


71. 


William Pritchard. 


38. 


Joseph Green. 


72. 


Peter Snyder. 


39. 


Jacob Gravenstine. 


73. 


George Streeper. 


40. 


George Goods. 


74. 


Jacob Smith. 


41. 


Peter Hymer. 


75. 


John Sparks. 


42. 


Barney Hetzell. 


76. 


John Seybert. 


43. 


William Hyneman. 


77. 


John Thomson. 


44. 


James Hughes. 


78. 


John Teas. 


45. 


John Jones. 


79. 


John Upman. 


46. 


Daniel Jeffries. 


80. 


Daniel Vietmayer. 


47. 


John H. Kates. 


81. 


Daniel Walton. 


48. 


William McKeage. 


82. 


Peter Weyant (degraded 


49. 


John Kingsmore. 




from a Corporal. 


50. 


Christian Lonaback. 


83. 


John Wirsham. 


51. 


Frederick Lonaback. 


84. 


Jacob Wolfe. 


52. 


John Lentz. 


85. 


George F. Weaver. 


53. 


William Letford. 


86. 


Charles Walters. 


54. 


Thomas Loller. 


87. 


Michael Weaver. 


55. 


Robert Levering. 


88. 


Samuel Woolley. 


56. 


William Meywig. 


89. 


Samuel Wheeler. 


57. 


Alexander Montgomery. 


90. 


John Yeager. 


58. 


Anthony Meyers. 


91. 


John Yewicht. 


59. 


Thomas Meridith. 


92. 


Benjamin Zebley. 



Capt. James W. Sproat's Company. 

We the subscribers, non-commissioned officers, and privates, 
of a Company, 2nd Brigade, Germantown Blues, Militia of the 
State of Pennsylvania, lately in the service of the United 
States, under the requisition of the President of the 4th of 
July, 1814, and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby 
acknowledge, to have received severally from Daniel Bussier, 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



51 



Paymaster of the Militia, the sum of one dollar and seventy 
three cts additional pay allowed by act of Assembly in such 
case made and provided. 



John Hess. 
Anthony Gilbert. 
John Nell. 
John Buddy. 
Charles Moyer. 
George W. Snyder. 
John W. Salter. 
Herman Keysel. 
George Ulmer. 
William Hess. 
Andrew Koagi. 
George Hofman. 
Samuel Blair. 
Samuel Brooker. 
John Steel. 
Samuel Reger. 
Frederick D. Sanno. 

John Cooke. 

Christian Nagle. 

Albert Buckius. 

Christian Hess. 

Henry Fraley. 

Daniel Stroup. 

William Boehm. 

Ellas Sorber. 

Charles Singlewood. 



John Shorwaker. 
Luke Williams. 
Samuel Meridith. 
William Corwell. 
Isaac Benner. 
John Stadelman. 
William Johnes. 
Peter Felty. 
John Warner. 
George Widdis. 
Edward Vanhorn. 
John Duval. 
Jacob Smith. 
Charles Buddy. 
Baltus Keyl. 
John D. Heileg. 
William Sinclair. 
Thomas Norton. 
William Crout. 
Jacob Wupder. 
William Moyer. 
John L. Lower. 
Michael Decart. 
Isaac Burwell. 
William Cover. 
William Zigler. 



(52) 



MISCELLANE^OUS MUSTER 

AND CLASS ROLLS, 

FIRST DIVISION— 1812-14. 



MISCELLANEOUS MUSTER ROLL- 
1812-14. 



(53) 



(54) 



WAR OB-- 1812-1814. 



55 



NAMES OF THE COMPANY OF INDEPENDANT ARTILLER- 
ISTS WHO HAVE VOTED FOR THE CAPTAINCY IN 
SAID COMPANY IN PURSUANCE OF GENERAL ORDER 
OF OCTOBER 4TH, 1814. 



Names. 



E. Oswald. 
John D. George. 
Nathan Hatfield. 
J. L. Coxe. 
Hezekiel Welsh. 
Hugh Harlett . 
Wiliet Whitelyard. 
Israel E. James. 

Abraham Shoemaker. 

George C. Snyder. 

John Fitzgibbons. 

Richard Sharks. 

James G. Leiper. 

Charles Stokes. 

H. H. Hamel. 

Richard Tittermacy. 

Wm. Dilworth. 

Samuel Moody. 

Wm. Siefridge. 

Weston C. Donaldson. 

R. O'Neill. 

Pheneas Paxson. 

Wm. Gaw. 

David McClure. 

George Pickle. 

Morris I. Linchan. 

Reni. Geiyot. 
Samuel Berkey. 
George Fleck. 
John Andaulle. 
Henry Snyder. 
Daniel Pearson. 
Henry Sarvman. 



James G. Linehar. 
James Hall. 
Wm. McClenon. 
Wm. Hamilton. 
Henry Sharp. 
Thomas Hennessy. 
Robert McMuller. 
James Carson, Jr. 
Wm. I Elder. 
James Cherry. 
John C. Hunter. 
James Marsh. 
John Rayburn. 

Francis Kearney. 

John Turner. 

David Davis. 

Lewisell M. Prevost. 

Thomas A. Morgan. 

George K. Snyder. 

John Gilfry. 

John Porter Junior. 

John Eddowes. 

George White. 

Wm. Lake. 

I. O .Boyd . 

Daniel Culnan. 

Wm. Skerrett. 

Jarvis Wright. 

Jesse Brown. 

F. Shoemaker. 

John Rosseter. 
J. F. Davis. 



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RETURN OF THE MUSTER ROLLS OF THE DIFFERENT 
COMPANYS OF THE FIRST REGIMENT OF CAVALRY 
OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA. 
JOHN SMITH COLONEL COMMANDANT. 



First Troop of Cavalry. 

Surgeon. 

W. P. C. Barton. 

Captain. 
Charles Ross. 

Lieuts. 

1st. James Crawford. 
2nd. James L. Cuthbert. 

Sergeants. 

John R. C. Smith. 

Anthony Stocker. 

Thomas F. Learning. 

Corporals. 

Henry Manigault. 

Job. Bacon. 
Mathew McConnel. 

Cornet. 
Robert M. Lewis. 



Privates. 



William S. Willing. 
Thomas R. Penrose. 
Benjamin Hutton. 
John Zane, Junr. 
John Shinn. 
William Craig. 
Joseph North. 
John H. Powell. 



James Tatham. 
William Heyle. 
John Y. Bryant. 
Francis G. Smith. 
Lawrence Sink. 
Joseph Gratz. 
Joseph B. Simmons. 
George Guier. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



61 



George Hawkins. 
Jehu R. Tunis. 
George B. Milligan. 
Thomas B. Simmons. 
John C. Smith. 
William Lehman. 
Henry Sheaff. 
Willm. M. Reed. 
George Hugg. 
Henry Harrison. 



Abraham Kintzlng. 
James McCrea. 
Samuel Jackson. 
William Wheelan. 
William S. Simmons. 
John Mc. Scott. 
Samuel Hollingsworth. 
Wm. T. Smith, Adjudt. 
Edward Twells. 
John Lamsback, Trumpeter. 



Second Troop of Cavalry. 

Captain. 

Thomas Cadwalader. 

Lieuts. 

William Rawle, Junr. 
Richard McCall. 

Sergeants. 

Robert Erwin. 

Robert E. Gray. 

John Byerly. 

Cornet. 
Charles I. Nicholas. 

Trumpter. 
Lewis Wolfe. 



Privates. 



Jacob Chrystler. 
Robert Poalk. 
Charles C. Watson. 
Kenneth Jewell. 
Henry Naglee. 
William Schlatter. 
James Hickman. 



William King. 
David Seckle, Junr. 
Peter Care, Junr. 
John Laver. 
George Hunter, Junr. 
Thomas Ridgeway. 
Martin Dubbs. 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



John Hall. 
Joseph Eck . 
J. B. Sarazin. 



John Potter. 
James J. Skerrett. 
John A. Ensley. 



Ezekiel McShane. 
Charles Govett. 
Miles H. Hughes. 
Lawrence Brown. 
Charles P. Heath. 
John F. Evans. 
Richard Maris. 
Joseph G. Malcolm. 
Aaron Denman. 
Richard Bailey. 
John B. Toland. 
John Conrad. 



Third Troop of Cavalry. 

Surgeon. 
Robert S. Stafford. 

Captain. 
Robert Morrell. 

Lieuts. 

Joseph R. Tatem. 

William T. Stockton. 

Cornet. 
Edward Thursby. 

Trumpter. 
C. Adlei. 
Privates. 

John H. Linn. 

Alexander Henry, Junr. 

William R. Smith. 

Mathew R. Colbraith. 

Samuel Denman. 

Josiah W. Gibbe, Junr. 

Thomas Morrell. 

John M. Price. 

William Hall. 

William Delany. 

James G. Chamberlain. 

Andrew Conrad. 



Fourth Troop of Cavalry. 

Captain. 
John Smith. 

Lieuts. 
John Clopp. 
Henry Orth. 



WAR OF 1S12-1814. 



63 



Qr. Master. 
Francis Deal. 

Sergeants. 

John Clopp, Junr. 

Isaac Watkins. 

James Harvey. 

J. Corfield. 

Corporals. 

Martin Reese. 

J. Groff. 

J. Fulmer. 

John Runner. 

Cornet. 
William Rowland. 



Privates. 



J. Eppley. 
William Esher. 
Hugh Cochran. 
Joshua Price. 
Hez. Lewis. 
George G. Leiper. 
Frederick Meyers. 
John Meyers, Junr. 
George Reese. 
Henry Davolt. 
J. Madara. 
Robert Johnson. 
Nicholas Fulmer. 
Samuel Newell. 
Fl. Richner. 
Robert Watkins. 
Jonathan Carson. 
J. Perkenpine. 
James Budwine. 
Jacob Fagundas. 
Samuel Dallam. 
Thomas Conner. 
Jacob Speack. 



George Clopp. 
Isaac Altemus. 
Jacob Brown. 
Christian Lower. 
James Graham. 
Daniel Schaff. 
John Fisher. 
Micliael Landers. 
Robert Armstrong. 
Jacob Mowrey. 
J. Mierley. 
J. Miley. 
J. Righter. 
John Harper. 
Jacob Lake. 
William E. Wright. 
Mark Richards. 
Doctor E. Griffith. 
Charles Hauffman. 
Charles Cope. 
Godfrey Felty. 
Willian: Chousely, 
Joseph Barnes. 



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PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



H. Brintinghefer. 
John Curry. 
Justis Rockwell. 
J. Duvolt. 

Richard Heimberger. 
William Bache. 
Thomas Desilvey. 
Benjamin H. Roberts. 



Andrew Knorr. 
Adam Uber. 
Abraham Walters. 
John Brown. 
Frederick Miley. 
William Anders. 
Charles Donnelly. 
Blath Shober. 



Jacob Fryberg. 
Mathew Lyons. 
Paul Smith. 
John Smith. 
David Snyder. 
Charles C. Robinson. 
Peter Kunckle. 



Light Dragoons. 

Captain. 
Thomas Humphreys. 

Lieuts. 

John Kunckle. 

Thomas Sheridan. 

Sergeants. 
Thomas Ash. 
Philip Runner. 

Cornet. 
Frederick Woelpper. 

Privates. 

John Roberts. 
John Kunckle, Junr. 
Peter Snyder. 
Jacob Riffert. 
John Weaver. 
Henry Bastion. 
John Berry. 



Philadelphia Hussars. 

Captain, 
.^dolph Erringhause. 



Lieuts. 
Andrew Zeiss. 
Charles Seeger. 



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Sergeants. 

Andrew Neinsteel. 

Abraham Winter. 

Corporals. 
John Stinger. 
Peter Emick. 

Cornet. 
John Boiman. 



F. Schroeder. 

Henry Lex. 

John Rauffenbart, 

Conrad Mandet. 

John Stripper. 

Peter Hide. 

John Borumaunger. 

Samuel Baker. 

J. Boland. 

Christ. Hilt. 

H. Bauermeister. 



Privates. 

J. Wirch. 
G. Baupier. 
H. Sausmann. 
George Lechler, 
Henry Martin. 
Henry Lower. 
F. Hehubald. 
Lewis Enters. 
John Miller. 
John Hoffman. 



First County Troop. 

Captain. 
Caleb Hughes. 

Lieuts. 

Henry Haas. 

Michael Bowers. 

Qr. Master. 
James Whitacker, 



Serjeants. 

John Titlow. 

Jacob Bilger. 

John Melchor. 

Mordecai Robert. 

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PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Abraham Weckerly. 
Edward Davis. 
Fredk. Higgins. 
Nicholas Corndeffer. 
Francis King. 
Henry Shriver. 
Philip Cromel. 
Nathaniel Wares. 
Thomas Campbell. 
John Bartelett. 
George Fisher. 



Corporals. 

Isaac Weckerly. 

John Ott. 

John Hass. 

Frederick Emery. 

Cornet. 

Daniel Titler. 

Trumpeter. 

Jacob Wackerly. 

Privates. 



Francis Flood. 
Edward Hunter. 
Peter Lewis. 
Samuel Harman. 
Jacob Weckerly. 
George Sheetz. 
Peter Trexlor. 
John Condeffer. 
Thomas Rosse. 
John Phillips. 
George Filler. 



Second County Troop. 

Captain. 

Samuel P. Norton. 

Lieuts. 

John Buckius. 
Samuel Swift. 

Sergeant. 

John Eddowes. 

Cornet. 

Jonathan Harrington. 



John Tinsman. 
William A. Lee, 
Lewis Dunant. 
Jacob Tomlinson. 
John Shallcross. 
John Meredith. 
Jacob Rigler. 



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Privates. 



67 



Zephaniah Clayton. 
Thomas Dorrey. 
Jonathan Shallcross. 
Jacob Snyder. 
Simon Bennet. 
Moses Webster. 



Third County Troop. 

Captain, 
Michael Riter. 

Lieuts. 

Peter Maison. 
Sebastian Wunder. 

Cornet. 
George Heft, 



Privates, 



Jacob L. Wunder, 
Jacob Geisel, 
John Hyneman, 
Jacob Peters. 
Jacob Cress. 
Jacob Maison. 
John Miller. 
Samuel Peters. 
Jacob K. Knorr. 
Baltus Beck. 
William Francis. 
John Rice. 
Gabriel Boyer. 
William Stewart. 
Stephen Davis, 



Lewis T. Riter. 
George Bowers. 
George Weise. 
Henry Wunder. 
Michael Snyder. 
Samuel Winpenny. 
George Beck. 
Isaac Huttenstine. 
Thomas Lukens. 
Samuel Wunder. 
Adam Maison. 
Jacob Dugless. 
John Geisell. 
John Davis. 
Jacob Vandike. 



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PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE FIRST COMPANY ARTILLERY, 
PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA, PHILADELPHIA CTY. 



Captain. 
Thomas Elliot. 

Lieuts. 

1st. Cornelius Stevenson. 

2nd. Thomas Clawges. 

3rd. John Lawrence. 

Sergts. 

1st. Joseph A. Pidgeon. 

2nd. V^illiam W. Pidgeon. 

3rd. James Shillingford. 

4th. Thomas F. Hargis. 

5th. John Harrow. 

Corporals. 

1st. Geo. Rees, Junr. 

2nd. William Burkart. 

3rd. Daniel Lorton. 

4th. William Biddle. 



Privates. 



Williams Millard. 
Jesse Pugh. 
Enos Ellis. 
John H. Curtis. 
William Greeble. 
Philip Worrell. 
Robert Gaw. 
John Belville. 
Jacob Welsh. 
William Robinson. 
John Floyd, Jun. 
Joseph Long. 
William D. Cowan. 
Isaac Dilks. 
Samuel Martin. 



Timothy Clark. 
Samuel Lewis. 
Richard Stevens. 
James Bradin. 
Jacob Cowan. 
Peter Lauderback. 
Charles S. Clawges. 
William R. Clawges. 
Daniel Thomas. 
Joseph Griffith. 
Joseph Norbury. 
Charles Phile. 
Joseph Bucher. 
John Derr. 
John Camel. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



Daniel Wells. 
Thomas Blackburn. 
John Baker. 
Stephen McGill. 
David Griffith. 
Joseph McCoy. 
Henry Wilson. 
John Stodder. 
Doyle E. Sweeney. 
Peter Hay. 

Andrew W. Morrison. 
Benjamin Griffith. 
John Longeary. 
Henry Frick. 
William W. Shubert. 
John Kensil, jun. 
Charles McKaraher. 
John Caner. 
Alexander Williams. 
Frederick Higgins. 
Benjamin C. Burden. 
Josiah Randall. 
William P. Geyer". 
John Woolf. 
William Britton. 
Samuel H. Allward. 
Bald. Gardiner. 
John Francis. 



John Linker. 

Francis Huchel. 

Henry Larer. 

Joseph Swatz. 

Frederick Good. 

George Davis. 

Henry Lassly. 

Samuel Peterson. 

George Laforge. 

George Heritage. 

Robert Harrington. 

James G. S. Leisser. 

John Wilson. 

Charles Cooper. 

John P. Meyers. 

Thomas Welsh. 

James G. Steever. 

John R. Hagarty. 

Elias H. Bois. 

John Kirkpatrick. 

Henry Brame. 

Hugh Brotherton. 

Lambert Tree. 

John Childs. 

Garrett Stothoff. 

Robert Christie, Fifer. 

Henry Vanderslice, Drummer. 



MUSTER ROLL OP THE SECOND COMPANY, PENNSYL- 
VANIA MUTIA, PHILADELPHIA CITY. 



Captain. 
Henry Meyers. 

Lieuts. 

1st. William Coles. 
2nd. George Geyer. 



Ensign. 
John Suter. 



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PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Sergeants. 

1st. George Speel. 
2nd. Abraham Wilt. 
3rd. George Bayard. 

4th. Charles Haas. 
5th. Jos. Whitaker. 



Corporals. 

1st. John Schreyer. 

2nd. Richard Spragg. 

3rd. John Travellier. 

4th. Silas Stelson. 



Privates. 



"William Barrett. 
Thomas Meyers. 
John Ludwick. 
John Raphune. 
J. H. Fisler. 
William Rodderfield. 
Mathias Raser. 
Charles Nagle. 
Jacob Kregemyer. 
William Headman. 
John Truman. 
Thomas Allman. 
Jacob Priemier. 
Henry Reese. 
Joseph Schrack. 
George Brown, jr. 
Frederick Sweitzer. 
Joseph Penrose. 
Jacob Graff. 
James H. Wiley. 
George Benner. 
John Miller. 
John Kemp. 
Jacob Sheppard. 
Charles P. Harrison. 
Henry Lewis. 
Henry R. Burden. 
Henry Train. 
Jacob Dahoff. 



John Linck. 
George Blume. 
John Coates. 
John Reffert. 
Henry Abner. 
William Snyder. 
Daniel Newman. 
Samuel C. Landis. 
Edward Meyers. 
William Harrington. 
John Warr. 
Jos. Henry. 
John Knipe. 
John Fulmer, junr. 
John Snyder. 
William Powell. 
Peter Reed. 
Peter Perpignan. 
William Sweeney. 
William Bignell. 
George Carlin. 
Daniel Phile. 
John Shannon. 
George Cooper. 
Jacob Baymont. 
James Loper. 
Francis Lewis. 
J. Hickenbottom. 
Edward Love. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



71 



Conrad Ripperger. 
Adam Seybert. 
Thomas Ashbrook. 
Samuel Ray. 
Peter Mairs. 
Michael Grouse, junr. 
John Fries, junr. 
George W. Gavfn. 
Henry Pugh. 
Nicholas Buckess. • 
Christian Franks. 
Jacob Grace. 
Timothy Donnahue. 
Conrad Euler. 
Samuel H. Allward. 
John Gross. 
John Frazier. 
Casper Yeager. 
Augustus George. 
Abraham Odgen. 
B. J. Wehner. 
David Lauck. 



Joseph Shronk. 

Henry Dubois. 

William Lancaster, jr. 

Peter Baker. 

Andrew McKee. 

William Sagerthy. 

William Hull. 

William Lane. 

Samuel Jobson. 

William Mawig. 

John Keel. 

Thomas Anthony. 

Jacob Sternberg. 

Joseph Seybert. 

George Waltman. 

John Ready. 

Daniel Culnan. 

George Honey. 

John Lamsback. 

George Tripner, Drummer. 

George Lechler, Fifer. 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE THIRD COMPANY PENNSYLVA- 
VANIA MILITIA, PHILADELPHIA CITY. 



Captain. 
Samuel Borden. 

Lieuts. 

1st. Daniel Oldenburg. 

2nd. John Howell. 
3rd. eGorge G .Wright. 



Sergeants. 

1st. Henry Knorr. 

2nd. John Snyder. 
3rd. Walter Allison. 
4th. Philip Stimmell. 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Corporals. 

1st. John Clinton. 

2nd. Benjamin H. Springer. 

3rd. Robert McClure. 



Joseph M. Hattenfield. 

William Anderson. 

William Crouse. 

John Bowles. 

George H. Cox. 

John Lindsey. 

Jacob Chaffert. 

Thomas S. Fortesque. 

Thomas Carson. 

James Watson. 

Philip Marker. 

Robert S. Aiken. 

Kenneth McCoy. 

John Raively. 

George Spotts. 

John H. Friends. 

John Bowers. 

Charles Speck. 

William Thiebaulk. 
John Kabtz. 

William Ouran. 
John Scrimmenger. 
John G. Lang. 
Joseph Rusher. 
Richard Fawkes. 
John McKadge. 
William Murphy. 
Jacob Apple. 
Caleb Way. 
John Henry. 
John M. Frowert. 
Samuel Olewine. 
Conrad Esher. 
John Wright. 
David Snyder. 
Henry Hute. 
Russell G. Davis. 



Private. 

John Ebbing. ■"* 

Abraham Gregonia. 

John Keller. 

Conrad Mack. 

Francis Savoy. 

John Trainer. 

William H. Steele. 

John Fimple. 

George Butler. • 

Edward Mullock. 

Clement S. Ellick. 

Samuel St. Clair. 

Richard Fered. 

Edward Buckingham. 

Matthais Nice. 

George Harberger. 

John Leyson. 

John Simpson. 

John Wile. 

Elida Townsend. 

Crips Gaskill. 
Christian Minacker. 
Thomas Nesbett. 
John Keck. 
Walter Gold. 
Thomas Hardy. 
Levi English. 
John Smith. 
Andrew Hooton. 
John Johnson. 
Michael Pepper. 
George W. Hart. 
Custis Price. 
Henry Witmer. 
John Butcher. 
John McLaughlin. 
John R. Spreight. 



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Peter Critz. John Bayley. 

William G. Beale. George Hoff. 

Joseph Alexander. John O'Niel. 

Jacob Hansen. Richard Bache. 

Charles Calladay. Edward Daily. 

Daniel Hassell. Samuel Baker. 

Paul Strahan. Aaron Cain. 

William Coggins. Jonas Supple. 

Benjamin Hall. Charles Bastian. 

Christopher Wacher. Jos. Frienhour. 

John Watkins. Samuel Wetherstone. 

John Murphy. Thomas Ouram. 
Benjamin Emerick. 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE FOURTH COMPANY, PENNSYL- 
NIA MILITIA, PHILADELPHIA CITY. 



Captain. 
Condy Raguet. 

Lieuts. 

1st. John R. Mifflin. 

2nd. Michael W. Ash. 

3rd. Charles Fisler. 

Ensign. 
Thoms. Traquair. 

Sergeants. 

1st. Thomas Anthony. 

2nd. Thomas F. Pleasants. 

3rd. John Montgomery. 

4th. John F. Howell. 

Corporals. 

1st. Tmomas J. Wharton. 
2nd. John G. Watmough. 

Samuel M. Sykes. 

Thomas Burrows. 



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PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Privates. 



Valentine Burkhart. 
James Wall. 
Samuel Jobson. 
George J. Fricke. 
George C. Clinton. 
Joseph H. Ashbridge. 
John S. Baker. 
Griffith Owen, junr. 
Edward Anderson. 
John Banks. 
George Davis, junr. 
Richard Biddle. 
Charles Cist. 
C. G. Child. 
John P. Moore. 
Joseph M. Turner. 
Daniel Fling. 
WiUiam Hay. 
John Milner, junr. 
Charles W. Schreiner. 
Charles B. Reese. 
John M. Brown. 
Thomas Davis. 
Isaac Milnor, junr. 
J. B. Dickinson. 
Phineas Eldredge. 
Francis W. Rawle. 
Samuel L. Shober. 
George W. Smith. 
James P. Morris. 
James Amor. 
James Robbins. 
George Twibell. 
William Shippen Smith. 
Tobias Huber. 
David P. Benson. 
Joseph Knight. 
Charles J. Coxe. 
J. O. Pinkerton. 
William S. Wager. 
John Carrell, junr. 



Charles Carpenter. 
John L. Howell. 
Henry Grim. 
Thomas A. Marshall. 
George Gibbs. 
James Correy. 
Samuel P. Campbell. 
Tench C. Kintzing. 
Thomas Sparhawk. 
John Beatty. 
William Rovandt. 
George Delaker. 
George Simber. 
Joseph Burns, junr. 
John Shreeve, junr. 
Reese W. McKeever. 
J. K. Van Pelt. 
James C. Keen. 
George W. Richards. 
John Durborrow. 
William Major. 
Norris Worrell. 

A. G. Richards. 
William Burns. 
James S. Wharton. 
Joseph Hutton. 

F. Higgins. 
George Nice. 
Anthony Freed. 
Samuel B. Harrison. 
George Keemer. 
William Cobb. 
Joseph Cobb. 
Robert Steele. 
Charles Serviss. 

B. B. Breeding. 
John McPherson. 
John Durney. 
Jacob Frishman. 
William T. Freeman. 
John Metzker. 



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MUSTER ROLL OF THE FIFTH COMPANY, PENNSYLVA- 
VANIA MILITIA, PHILADELPHIA CITY. 



Captain. 
James Perle. 

Lieut s. 

1st. Andrew Jameson. 
2nd. Edward Fling. 
3rd. Moses Williams. 

Ensign. 
John Bispham. 

Sergeants. 

1st. John Scott. 

2nd. David Simpson. 

3rd. William Emerick. 

David Wells. 



Privates. 



David Miller. 

Thomas King. 

Samson Davis. 

William Daniels. 

John Apple. 

James Sheppard. 

John Miller. 

Peregrine Leatherboy. 

Thomas Walls. 

John Forrest. 

John Simon. 

Jonathan Rubicam. 

Benjamin Hampton. 

John Mellhonor. 

John Bowen. 

Samuel Tanehill. 

John Spannenburg, substitute 

for Michael Schwitzer.^ 
Preltzman Stoney. 



Aaron Philips. 

Thomas Rud. 

Dorrance Holland. 

Adam Stein. 

John Brown. 

William Johnson. 

William Gilfry. 

Patrick Burr. 

John Brotherton. 

Peter Zinjust. 

Henry Baker. 

John Dowdell. 

Stokes Sturges. 

George Lewis. 

William Barger. 

Henry Kline. 

Simon Gillam, substitute for 

J. Herbert. 
Francis Young. 



76 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



John Humes. 
Thomas Jackson. 
Giistavus Bully. 
Mark McGarriagell. 
Daniel McKaraher. 
John D. Bentley. 
Charles Height. 
Greenburg Geuman. 
Thomas Mock. 
John Brooks. 
Mahlan Lawrence. 
Joseph Hawk. 
John Gither. 
Peter Schaffer, 
Henry Steever. 
Joseph Green. 
David Donnells. 
Jacob Reeves. 
Matthew Blakely. 
Anthony Frazer. 
John Sherman. 
Peter Deitz. 
Thomas Fruit. 
James Lenton. 
George Torence. 
John McDewitt. 
John D. Bust. 



James McKean. 
John Bobt. 
John Sears. 
John Wallace. 
Thomas Passmore. 
Henry Johnson. 
Francis Wilson. 
William Morris. 
Charles Warrence. 
Hugh Bame. 
William Hannah. 
John Glading. 
Henry Black. 
James Thomas. 
William Cornman. 
Michael Cowles. 
John King. 
Edward Hatzell. 
John McClane. 
Thomas Kelly. 
Daniel McCarney. 
Richard Burrell. 
James Riddle. 
Charles McCarthy. 
Jacob Hollohan. 
Michael O'Donnell. 
George Ruth. 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE SIXTH COMPANY, PENNSYLVA- 
NIA MILITIA, PHILADELPHIA COUNTY. 



Captain. 
William Painter. 

Lieutenant. 
Christopher Moss. 



Ensign. 
Thomas Clark. 



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77 



Privates. 



Jacob Bleeker. 
Charles Strieker. 
Samuel McClure. 
William Inglis. 
Enocli Nicholas. 
Jacob Gesemeyer. 
Ephram Brick. 
Justin Smith. 
Godfrey Buckes. 
John Lackey. 
John Limeburner. 
Patrick McCutchin. 
G. Champinvois. 
John A. Smith. 
John Evins. 
John Brock. 
Jacob Clink. 
William Whitehead. 
Leonard Centner. 
William Munnell. 
Augustus Varrest. 
Peter Deleart. 
James Cooper. 
John Remmey. 
Moses Miller. 
Charles Flanagan. 
Amos Scott. 
Samuel Withy. 
Abraham Brown. 
Moses Pearce. 
James Plunket. 
Menan K. Cox. 
George Bechtel. 
George Dunn. 
William Heiss. 
Hugh S. McKee. 
Charles Young. 
George S. Bisbing. 
Henry W. Beagle. 
Peter Fenner. 
John Williamson. 
Jacob Link. 
John Boshart. 



William Mason.* 
Hugh White. 
Isaac Hammit. 
David Thomson. 
Adam Basinger, 
James Camphill. 
Cornelius Camphill. 
John Wisham. 
Thomas Barras. 
Samuel Barras. 
Daniel Johnson. 
James Marley. 
James Coates. 
William Dungan. 
George Thomas. 
George Hepler. 
Samuel Doughty. 
Henry Must. 
William Cook. 
Jacob Smith. 
John Suavely. 
Charles Knox. 
Samuel Hilsey. 
Lewis Griskey. 
David Inslee. 
Oliver Cromwell. 
Phillips Smith. 
John Puff. 
George Kneecht. 
Frederick Harnley. 
Joseph Green. 
Joseph Crane. 
George Climer. 
Adam Herohler. 
David Huber. 
John Pedrick. 
Jappet Freeman. 
John Stevisson. 
Samuel Greager. 
John Briesh. 
John Bates. 
Christian Straw. 
Christian Asmus. 



78 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



James Beverling. 
Philip Alberger, jr. 
Samuel Fox. 
Samuel Brumin. 
Thomas Drummond. 
Jacob Balam. 



Joseph Ketland. 
Nicholas Mayers. 
John Weaver. 
George Lee. 
John Frank. 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE SEVENTH COMPANY, PENNSYL- 
VANIA MILITIA, PHILADELPHIA COUNTY. 



Captain. 
David Cook. 

Lieutenant. 
Joseph Hill. 

Ensign. 
Philip Strunck. 



Privates. 



John Moore. 
William Wagner. 
John Yokeley. 
Daniel O'Neal, 
Thomas D. Ogleby. 
William Marshal. 
Robert Davidson. 
Jeremiah Nicholas. 
Robert Kennady. 
John Odenheimer. 
John Hassel. 
John Wilson. 
John E. Reinhart. 
George Fitzgerald. 
Frederick Gash. 
Andrew McCalla. 
Isaac Murrey. 
Fracis Lush. 
Patrick Finney. 
James Fisher, 



Philip Plum. 
John Fury. 
Andrew^ Karns. 
John Griffith. 
Francis Zons. 
Benjamin Springer. 
William Lorton. 
Jacob Ludice. 
Willet Whitehead. 
Adam Haaus. 
Walter Ross. 
Charles Cannon. 
James Harvey. 
James Gion. 
Noah Simmons. 
Patrick McGliney. 
John Herron. 
Joseph Strawman. 
Robert Worrell. 
Abraham Hulings. 



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79 



Peter Adams. 
Jacob Mason. 
Daniel McLilley. 
Anthony Taylor. 
Philip Barnes. 
John Town. 
Moses Have. 
Benjamin A. Rose. 
Isaac McKeever. 
Solomon Dresser. 
James Dickenson. 
Israel Boake. 
Henry Childs. 
John Maxfield. 
Henry Bogers. 
Anthony Robisson. 
William Morrow. 
Robert Smith. 
John Leatherman. 
John Miles. 
I. Michael Coock. 
David Whitehead. 
John Likes. 
William McCoom. 
George Holstein. 
Thoms. Hainey. 
Charles Stevins. 
Christian Rappoon. 
Jacob Young. 
William Burk. 
Joseph King. 
John Carrol. 
Alexander Gardner. 
Henry Lauderbeck. 



Philip Bowers. 
Alexander Donley. 
John Lawner. 
John Stein. 
Jacob Kopple. 
Jacob High. 
Nicholas Langsenger. 
Emanuel Schulenberg. 
John Carney. 
John Codey. 
Christopher Gosner. 
James Moglinchey. 
Casper Bowman. 
William Able. 
George Heartstrumf. 
Joseph Sturges. 
Patrick Hughes. 
Henry Boyer. 
Robert Keney. 
John Watkins. 
John Wilser. 
Caleb Lude. 
Joseph Harder. 
John Korndoffer. 
David Kettler. 
William Watcroft. 
George Lodge. 
Samuel Fogg. 
Thomas Lauchland. 
Randolph Hendricks. 
Joseph Mitchell. 
Richard Parker. 
John Korkenspecker. 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE EIGHTH COMPANY, PENNSYL- 
VANIA MILITIA, PHILADELPHIA COUNTY. 



Captain. 
Jonathan Tucker. 



80 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS 



Lieutenant, 
John Brown. 

Ensign. 
William Oram. 



Privates. 



Peter Davis. 
George Sneck. 
George Knodle. 
Conrad Esher. 
John Francis. 
Adam Seybert 
Samuel Pearson. 
John Dunhour. 
John Sturges. 
Nathaniel Sturges. 
Hugh Maxwell. 
John Dougherty. 
John Kuhn. 
Henry Sower. 
Charles Lex. 
Frederick Osterheld. 
John Goodyear. 
Matthais Price. 
John Jenks. 
Dennis Cannon. 
William Roberts. 
Philip Parmar. 
William Hansell. 
James Logan. 
Adam Reed. 
George Bartlet. 
Joseph Fox. 
Jeremiah Tornkefle. 
Samuel Price. 
Garret Williamson. 
George Childs. 
William Chapman. 
David I. Suthens. 
George Purdy. 
Jonathan Coffee. 



Jacob H. Gardner, 
Lewis Lower. 
James Kane. 
Thomas Cumins. 
James Connor. 
George Brant. 
Edward Robinson, 
Thomas Peckworth. 
Benjamin Tage. 
Abraham Zimmerman. 
P^rederick Linch. 
William Hunsbarger. 
Frederick Sheetz. 
Michael Brownholtz. 
Frederick Fleming. 
John Himmebright. 
Benjamin Boyer, 
Peter Raser. 
Joseph Streeper. 
Peter Emry. 
Joseph Ozias. 
Edward Green. 
John Fibbin. 
Edward Hall. 
Jacob Zinck. 
George Miller. 
Griffith Hoigate. 
George Himmebright. 
Elijah Lukins. 
William Corwell. 
John Showacker. 
Samuel Brooker. 
Daniel Williams. 
John Martz. 
Hugh Roberts. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



81 



Jacob Bladfort. 
Joseph Nell. 
James Roberts. 
John Wentz. 
William Summeiiot. 
George Summerlot. 
John Star. 
Henry Book. 
John Borble. 
John Fox. 
Robert Burwell. 
James Renshaw. 
Jacob C. Sorber. 
Isaac Lowder. 
Christian Duy. 
Abraham Wise. 
George Shugart. 
Charles Showacker. 
Philip Fulmer. 



Lewis Lehman. 
Samuel Griffith. 
Edward Baynton. 
Jacob Geysel. 
Henry Selser. 
Jacob Bence. 
Charles Buckius. 
Isaac Widdis. 
George Wile. 
Henry Grove. 
William Bradford. 
Andrew Cookni. 
Henry Stroup. 
Charles Nell. 
Henry Winner. 
Leven Casten. 
David Harman. 
Albert Buckius. 
Henry Hummell. 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE NINTH COMPANY, PENNSYLVA- 
VANIA MILITIA, PHILADELPHIA COUNTY. 



Captain. 
John Bakeoven. 

Lieutenant. 
Enoch Bamford. 

Ensign. 
Jacob Beidelman. 



Privates. 



Nicholas Millis. 
Benjamin Robison. 
Jonathan Stuck. 
Benjamin Hutchinson. 
Joseph Clark. 

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Henry GeafE. 
John Sell. 
George Uriveiler. 
Jacob Thomas. 
George Lekes. 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Jacob Smith. 
Thomas Dorman. 
Frederick A. Back. 
William Mager. 
Valentine Apple. 
John Basoon. 
Frederick Hukins. 
Alexander Montgomery. 
Peter Fox. 
Duris Rudy. 
Samuel Mayland. 
Jonathan Abbet. 
James Brook. 
Jacob Stork. 
John Noble. 
John Witsner. 
Peter Elert. 
Samuel Bertley. 
John Esby. 
Peter Snyder. 
Ether Briggs. 
John Bud. 
George Knows. 
William Conway. 
Thomas Thompson. 
Jacob Shereman. 
William Beard. 
John Wolverton. 
Nicholas Painter. 
John Stone. 
Jacob Wonner. 
Jacob Horner. 
Jacob Row. 
James Seawhaver. 
Adam Painter. 
George Hunter. 
David Guyan. 
John Vaughn. 
James Cornwell. 
Adam Hoffman. 
Joseph Spais. 
Jacob Hoffman. 
Frederick Auffert. 



James Duffee. 
Abraham Smith. 
Henry Moses. 
Samuel Wilson. 
Isaac Richman. 
Aaron Ireland. 
Christian Young, 
Joshue North. 
John Ellit. 
John Fields. 
Joseph Hiller, 
George Painter. 
John Sheppard. 
Adam Melze. 
George Fisher. 
Anthony Miller. 
John Taylor. 
Daniel Braning. 
John Comles. 
Gutlip Delmire. 
John Denney. 
Henry Christ. 
George Kesseller. 
Lewis Fox. 
Henry Boult. 
Conrad Eckert. 
Philip Faats. 
Henry Wall. 
John Merbeck. 
Valentine Baker. 
Abraham Burkis. 
Daniel Bollinger. 
Jacob Wolford. 
George Shoeman. 
James Tuttle. 
Joseph Gray. 
Jesse Harman. 
Lewis Ferwyle. 
Charles Murphy. 
John Gawn. 
John Bumm. 
William Wooling. 
Thomas Farron. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 8! 

MUSTER ROLL OF THE TENTH COMPANY, PBNNSYL 
VANIA MILITIA, PHILADELPHIA COUNTY. 



Captain. 

Henry Schock. 

Lieutenant. 

Chas. W. Westphall. 

Ensign. 
Thomas Tully. 



Privates. 



John Burk. 
Samuel McMullin. 
William Wilkins. 
Lewis Price. 
Joseph Wigfall. 
Lawrence Seates. 
Thomas Gintry. 
John Speer. 
Thomas Foster. 
Thomas Thewson. 
John Bavels. 
John Faulrad. 
Thomas Glenn. 
Enoch Wright. 
Christian Pitt. 
Benjamin Snyder. 
Nathaniel I. Prentice. 
James Ramseey. 

Joseph Miles. 
Charles McVaugh. 

George W. Dungan. 

John Achuff. 

Thomas Potts. 

Robert Manson. 

Nathan Boileau. 

Joseph Dyre. 

Charles Marly. 



Benjamin Smith. 
Zacheus States. 
John K. Krewson. 
William Wilkinson. 
John Capehart. 
Joseph Vandergrift. 
John Loyd. 
William Bird. 
John Howell. 
William Naplus. 
Jonathan Read. 
, Jacob Keoson. 
Jacob Landenbarger. 

George Borer. 

John Smith. 

John Boardman. 

John F. Gilbert. 

Jacob Rees. 

Joseph Boyles. 

Jacob Fryfogle. 

Andrew Ferguson. 

James Buckley. 

John Baker. 

Henry Weaver. 

William Duckerson. 

James Ellis. 

William Shaffer. 



84 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Jacob Hance. 
Conrad Hinkle. 
Henry Weaver. 
Thomas Morton. 
John Sharp. 
John Smith. 
William Waring. 
Frederick Emerick. 
Peter Shetz. 
George Weaber. 
Frederick Bault. 
William Shepherd. 
William Wallace. 
John Siekfritz. 
Adam Dilliger. 
Henry Stockbrine. 
John H. Keson. 
John Roy. 
Zebulon Croll. 
William Major. 
Ralf Van Sickle. 
George Wilson. 
Jeremiah Walton. 
James Colver. 
Henry Sweitz. 
Nicholas Satte. 



Joseph Glading. 
John Kloneger. 
Jonathan Ayres. 
Isaac Young. 
William Curlis. 
Senclair Price. 
Jacob Kirchoff. 
Amasa Gaboon. 
Elijah Green. 
John Francis. 
Samuel Gray. 
Peter Hymer. 
Joseph Thompson. 
Noah Clark. 
Benjamin Negley. 
William Steinhour. 
Conrad Peters. 
John Jones. 
Christian Epling. 
Patrick McRoy. 
Jacob Gravenstine. 
John Vespert. 
John Lindsey, 
Jacob Deal. 
Michael Weaver. 
Christian Hoofman, 



Philadelphia, May 4th, 1813. 
Dear Sir: 

Being honourd by you with a Commission of Colonel to 
Command the 4th detachment of P. M., I inclose A Copy of the 
Several Muster Rolls of Companys as deleverd to me by the 
Brigade Inspectors of the City and County of Philad. which 
Colol. Binns my Self Organized them on the 19th of April and 
was Reviewed by General Blomfeild after the Rigment was 
Reviewed by the General he Requested me to dismiss the 
men untill further orders but to keep themselfs Ready at A 
moments Notice Accordinly I Gave the Captains orders to 
mention the Generals orders to theas men before thay dis- 
mesd them. Since then I have Receivd no instructions from 
him, you will see by the letters of ours that he would not 
Receve the troops when Organizd it is my Opinion that it 
will be a difficult task to Get the men in the County together 
again, as the drafts have been musterd before and sent home, 



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thay Consider this as the same, I have delevered to the Several 
Captains a number of the Printed Muster Rolls for them to 
have put up in the most Conspicuous Places in thear Company 
Bounds so that every man will no that he is inRolld. and will 
no his officers and the officers will Get to no the men Colonel 
Duane told me yesterday that he beleved thay would wont 
one Company from the detachment to go to some part of 
Delaware state but the troops do not seem willing to go by 
so small a number I mentioned to Daune that he had better 
take at least one Battalion 

Your Obedient Humb. Servt., 
LEWIS RUSH. 
His Elxcellency 

Simon Snyder 
Governor of the Commonwealth 
of Pennsylvania. 



(86) 



MISCELLANEOUS CLASS ROLLS- 

1812-14. 



(87) 



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WAR OF 1812-1814. 



A RETURN OF THE MEMBERS COMPOSING THE FIRST 
CLASS OF THE 24 REGIMENT OF PENNSYA. MILITIA. 



First Company. 

Captain. 
John McDonnald. 

Lieutenant. 
John Miller. 



Privates. 



Ben. E. Freemuth. 
John 0. Neil. 
Sam. Avery. 
Ch. M. Allister. 
John Rose. 
J. S. Sarguin. 
J. Griffith. 
Rd. Black. 



Rd. Montgomery. 
Theodore S. Smith. 
James Thomas. 
Thomas Bones. 
William McEllroy. 
John McDevitt. 
Mr. 0. Niell. 
Patrick McGuigan. 



Second Company. 

Captain. 
John Hoffecker. 

Lieutenant. 
Isaac McMullen. 



Privates. 



James White. 
William Christy. 
John Debust. 
Joseph Brown. 
William Smith. 
Edward Bounds. 
Reuben Gilder. 



John Cammeron. 
James Devenny. 
John Stevenson. 
Petter Fords. 
Daniel Shaha. 
Thomas Truit. 
Thomas C. Wharton. 



90 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



James Gibson. 
Thomas Keho. 
Joseph Henderson. 
Henry Scott. 
James Castels. 
John W. Durant. 



Samuel Beaty. 
John King. 
William Flanagan. 
Thomas C. Wharton, 
Henry Tumbleston. 
William Guyer. 



John Patton, 



Isaac Mclntire. 
James Long. 
James Barnes, 
James Ross. 
John Glading. 
John Beleny. 
Charles McCarty. 



Third Company. 

Captain. 
Joshua Peddle. 

Lieuts. 

Joseph Edwards. 

Privates. 

John Babtest. 
John Rady. 
Edward Haslett. 
John Johnston. 
James Furlong. 
James Linton. 



Fourth Company. 

Captain. 

Joshua Peddle. 



John Vattan. 



Lieuts. 

Joseph Edwards. 



Privates. 



Michael Walters. 
Christian Speace. 
Lucas Bnnis. 
David Boyer. 
George Philler. 
John Gethen. 



James Caldwell. 
John Clark. 
Saml. Kinsey. 
John Ingram. 
William Phillips. 
Clayton Earle. 



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Robert Whitaker. 
Mr. McClaue. 
Mr. Parker. 
Wm. Orisman. 
Jonathany Leedam. 
Henry Trimble. 
Jacob Beck. 
James Hunter. 



Peter Dick. 
Philip Shudder. 
John McKean. 
John Gibbs. 
Aaron Kelly. 
Samuel Hause. 
Robert Murduck. 



Fifth Company. 

Captain. 
Josh. Strahan. 



James Haveland. 



Lieuts. 

Richard Simpson. 



Jacob Babb. 
Jacob Reeves. 
David P. Simmons. 
Francis Todd. 
James Riddle. 
John Bayley. 
Patrick Mullen. 
Jesse Bryant. 
George Dexton. 
George Torrence. 
Henry Black. 
Abraham Henwood. 
Daniel Dougherty. 
Thomas Stephens. 
John Bole. 
Eliyou Wright. 



Privates. 

John Wallace. 
Lewis Foot. 
John McKinley.* 
John Neilson. 
Charles Johnson. 
George Jennings. 
Adam Rival. 
William Moore. 
William Brant. 
Thomas S. Manings. 
James McKane. 
Peter Shaffer. 
Wm. H. Finley. 
Benjamin Steel. 
John Henderson. 



Sixth Company. 

Captain. 
Henry Lott. 

Lieut. 
Wm. McFarland. 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Joshua Fletcher. 
Jonathan Davis. 
Luke Chapman. 
John Warner. 
John Mclllvaine. 
Clement Lee Brady. 
Anthony Lafitee. 
Daniel Tilton. 
James Havland. 
James Penston. 
Jacob Leedy. 
John Perkins. 
George Eckfeldt. 
John Kane. 
Joseph Mullong, 
Hugh McLane. 
Hugh McKinley. 



Privates. 



Anthony Matthew. 
Saml. S. Solomon. 
John Grant. 
Fishburn Wharton. 
D. C. Claypoole. 
Thomas Shipley. 
Mr. Moreau. 
Francis Fatio. 
Mr. Haulback. 
Benjamin Cox. 
Mr. Carpentier. 
Mr. Page. 
Dr. Stewart. 
D. McPherson. 
Garret Bross. 
James Loughlin. 
Michael Boyce. 



Seventh Company. 

Captain. 

Isaac Deaver. 



John Anderson. 



Lieuts. 

Luke McGlue. 



Privates. 



Caspar Pickel. 
William Newbold. 
David Parrish. 
Joseph Reed, 
James Rush. 
Samuel Willcox. 
John C. Wattson. 
Edawrd Duffield. 
Oliver Barry. 
Mathew Baeley. 
Edward C. Connei. 
Rolen Davis. 
Anthony Frazer. 
James McGrandy. 



Willm. McKeigh. 
Garret Lynch. 
Isaac Lea. 
John Myres. 
Francis Marken. 
John Russell. 
Thomas Reilley. 
George Rundall. 
George Sheef. 
Jacob Swallen. 
Henry Voight. 
John Sherman. 
Benjamin Jones. 
Thomas Little. 



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Samuel Sims. 
John Orro. 
Michael Grose. 
Joshua Tustan. 



Richard Parswell. 
George Ruth. 
Barnard Reed. 



Eighth Company. 

Captain. 

John Jones. 



John Sisk. 



Samuel Ross. 
James Willson. 
Macager Conn. 
Samuel Reese. 
Jacob HoUihan. 
Jonathan Rubicam. 
William Fanner. 
David Griffith. 
John McIUway. 
John McAnally. 
Mannis O'Donnald. 
James Maley. 
John Calhoun. 
Andrew Lindsay. 



Lieuts. 

James McCage. 

Privates. 

Andrew McFarland. 
George McCafferty. 
Adam Brown. 
. Abraham Oliphant. 
John McDaniel. 
John Prowess. 
Daniel Hunt. 
Jacob Gross. 
James Sweet. 
John Smith. 
Jeremiah Paul. 
Owen Mannach. 
Samuel Craige. 
Jacob Beale. 



RETURN OF THE MEMBERS COMPOSEING THE FIRST 
CLASS OF THE 25TH REGIMENT PENNA. MILITIA. 
ANDREW BOZORTH, CAPN. 



First Company. 



John Lisle. 
Samuel Nightengale. 
George Pepper. 
Daniel Pearson. 



John South. 
George Price. 
Jacob Nice. 
Jonathan Fermin. 



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PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Benjamin Gratz. 
Abraham Weaver. 
•Seth Craig. 
William Craig. 
Martin Piquet. 
Joseph Dealer. 
Charles Wistar. 
Jesse Burrows. 
Francis Wittenberg. 
Thomas Cave. 
Nathl. Davidson. 
Isaac Prince. 
Doer. Saml. Blight. 
George Smith. 
John Vallance. 



Thomas Kennedy. 
Fredk. Weesel. 
John Brown. 
John Moss. 
Perry Bead. 
Alexander Sleeper. 
Mathew Dripe. 
William Jones. 
John Read. 
John Roebuck. 
Hugh Willson. 
John George. 
Joseph Bastian. 
William Cochrane. 



Second Company. 



Benjamin Gibbs. 
James Woods. 
Samuel Stevens. 
Charles Kurtz. 
Frederick Link. 
William Britton. 
Robert Burkhart. 
Charles Warrick. 
John Roster. 
Geo. Gibbons. 



David Ridgeway. 
Benjamin Clark. 
Richard Wall. 
Jesse Zane. 
Jos. G. Warder. 
Jos. S. Morris. 
Jonathan Sleeper. 
Robert Allen. 
Richard Hand. 
Adam Burkhard. 



Third Company. 



John Hart. 
Jacob Meyers. 
Stephen Comfort. 
Thomas Boyd. 
Edward Dunning. 
Robt. Akins. 
Jonathan Ringler. 
John Goodwin. 
Thomas Dougherty. 



John Dudman: 
Henry Johnson. 
James Anderson. 
John Brotherton. 
Lawrence Hollery. 
Michael Merret. 
Wm. Freemith. 
Saml. Roreman. 



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Fourth Company. 



Saml. Baker. 
Henry Steel. 
John Geise. 
Henry Baker. 
Daniel Corbet. 
William Finch. 
Richard Hardy. 
John Kibler. 
Samuel Wentz. 
Jos. C. H. Sprenger. 



Benjamin Loxely. 
William Long. 
Lewis Delacroix. 
John Vanpelt. 
Andrew Chevalier. 
George Wade. 
Jacob Darr. 
Aaron Philips. 
John Rickert. 
James Ward. 



Lewis Cure. 
Samuel Fairchild. 
Samuel Butcher. 
Peter De Haven. 
Houlson de Harer. 
John McKay. 
John Clawson. 
Andrew Greer. 
Benjamin Hamton. 
Charles Hill. 



Fifth Company. 



Jacob Johnson. 
Geoe. Rankin. 
Michl. Schaffer. 
Archibald Willson. 
Peter Fox. 
Hugh Moore. 
William Shubert. 
Robt. Keating. 
John Fletcher. 



Sixth Company. 



Samuel York. 
Stephen North. 
Jacob Sperry. 
Miller Allen. 
Adam Stein. 
Thomas W. Morgan. 
Henry Ritter. 
Joseph Pleasants. 
Arthur Horton. 
Jacob Fritz. 
William Paxson. 
Jacob Steiner. 
Hozey Levis. 
Wm. G. Govett. 



John Foltz. 
Lawce. H. Bausman. 
John Millhouse. 
Philip Brown. 
David Lapsley. 
Mr. Fontaigue. 
Peter Singroves. 
Michl. Rice. 
John L. Clark. 
Philip Heyl. 
Robert Evans. 
Patrick Barr. 
John D. SheafE. 



96 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Seventh Company. 



Patrick Keogh. 
James Imbrie. 
Robert Miller. 
Isaac Wiltberger. 
Sandford Lardner. 
John Weaver. 
William McGoffin. 
Jeruet Ogden. 
Aaron Waddle. 
Frederick Creeson. 
Mr. Broun. 
David Guthrie. 
John Crowley. 
Samuel Maley. 



Hugh Bruce. 
Silas Thaw. 
Peter Care, Junr. 
Simon Gratz. 
John Shoemaker. 
Josiah White. 
Robert Johnson. 
John Kensel, Junr. 
Ezekiel McShane. 
William Williams. 
Josiah Middleton. 
Robert Evans. 
Clement Biddle. 



Eighth Company. 



John F. Ohl. 
Thomas Morris. 
P. Stockley. 
Thomas Reeves. 
Fielding Van Home. 
John Porter. 
John Merret. 
Geo. Lowe. 
Mathw. Elliott. 
Jos. Fluck. 



Christopher Harper. 
Nichs. Luesky. 
Eli Rising. 
Adam Bordenheimer. 
Willm. Morris. 
Jos. Vantine. 
Vincent German. 
Moses Williams. 
Robert Aitken. 
William Wheaton. 



A LIST OF THE MEMBERS COMPOSING THE FIRST 
CLASS 28 REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA. 



First Company. 

Captain. 

James Paul, 



1st. Edward Fling. 
2nd. Jacob Trexler. 



Serjeants. 



3rd. Jona Borrows. 
4th. David Simpson. 



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97 



Andrew Jimison. 
George Wilson. 
George Ritter. 
William Emerick. 
James Hagner. 
John Simmonds. 
William Sliener. 
David Wills. 
Francis Young. 
David Simpson. 
Beneville Brown. 
Samuel Merrett. 



Frederick Hoone. 
Jacob Zellers. 
Daniel Hartley. 
Stokely Sterges. 
Thomas Vioch. 
Adam Snyder. 



Jonathan Amies. 
Thomas Dull. 
James Hammilton. 
William Cole. 
John Veneman. 
George Shark. 



Privates. 

Andrew Carlisle. 
John Martin. 
James Clenet. 
George 

Reese Brooks. 
Amos W. Butcher. 
Robert Gardner. 
^Vill.am Emerick. 
Isaac Bolton. 
Charles Fisher. 
Samuel Peterson. 



Second Company. 

Captain. 
Benjamin Major. 



Peter Scipe. 
Thomas Richards. 
Frederick Vogle. 
John Humes. 
Violent Shount. 



Third Company. 

Captain. 

Samuel Park. 



John Torr. 
John Dowdier. 
Charles Hagner. 
Lewis Allen. 
David Comlz. 



Fourth Company. 
Captain. 
A. Eckle. 



Thomas Whiteman. 
Archabald Gardner. 

7— Vol. VH— 6th Ser. 



Anthony Eckey. 
George Kugler. 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Benjamin Cressen. 
Jesse Williams. 
Christopher Zel. 
Thomas Smith. 
John Z. Hank. 
John Harrison. 
John Stuff. 



Isaac Lippencott. 
Joseph Thomas. 
Joseph Paul. 
William Burlock. 
Thomas Love. 
Barry Letherberry. 
John Geize. 



Samuel T. Haggans. 
George Arnold. 
Jacob Kime. 
John Simmons. 
Joseph Streeat. 
Augusta Boulla. 
Henry Gravell. 
John Kirkpatrick. 



Fifth Company. 

Captain. 
John Fisher. 



Samuel Baidere. 
William Daniels. 
Samuel Lewis. 
Jacob Doughty. , 
James Shepeard. 
Joseph Taylor. 
John Sears. 



Sixth Company. 



John Bellwell. 
John Butcher. 
Jacob Honker. 
John Shedeker. 
Daniel McCarney. 
Caleb Benjamin. 
Henry Luben. 
William Porterfleld. 
Henry Kline. 
Thomas Wells. 
Joseph D. Martin. 



Captain. 
William Wiley. 



William Caldwell. 
George Waltman. 
Gabriel A. Thompson. 
Francis Millson. 
John Pope. 
John Coleny. 
Peter Bater. 
William Handcock. 
Hugh Morell. 
Philip Marker. 
Mark McCorrigal. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



Isaac Snowden, Jr. 
John Deforest. 
David Bartling. 
Edward Nixon. 
Sampson Davis. 
Abraham Taylor. 



Seventh Company. 

Captain. 

William Clew. 

Isaac Herbert. 
Thomas Matthews. 
Curtis Taylor. 
William Pinchen. 
John Smith. 
James Rickey. 



John Malone. 
John Apple. 
Nicholas Butler. 
John Craig. 
William Caldwell. 
Peter Worrel. 
Michael HaitrenufE. 
Caleb Hains. 
Thomas Jackson. 
George Lewis. 



Eighth Company. 

Richard Mahony. 
John Miller. 
John McGee. 
Denis McFarlane. 
Robert McMurdy. 
James Robertson. 
Hugh Terrance. 
Garret Vanhorn. 
Jeremiah Smith. 



RETURN OF MEMBERS COMPOSEING THE FIRST 
CLASSES OF THE 50TH REGIMENT PENNSYA. MILITIA. 
A. QUIN, CAPTAIN. 



Amor Marshall. 
Lambert Keating. 
Thomas Hamphill. 
Thomas Tustian. 
Enoch Thomas. 
John McAllister. 
James S. Ashman. 



First Company. 

Charles Stokes. 
Nathl. Holland. 
William Bradford. 
Fredk. Tiebou. 
William Broome. 
Reuben Haines. 
Edin Haydock. 



Geoe. Pickering. 
Joseph Roberts. 
Andrew Thompson. 
William Evans. 



Second Company. 

William Dillworth. 
Benjamin Howell. 
John Brentley. 
William Lippincott. 



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PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



John Cole. 
Samuel Deweese. 
John Burden. 
John Gazer. 
Mr. Gillmore. 
John Clark. 



Third Company. 

Jos. Carter. 
William Wright. 
Geoe. Patterson 
Samuel McAllister. 
Peter A. Grotjou. 
Mathias Deshong. 



James Black. 
Liberty Browne. 
Francis Walnut. 
James Wood. 
Josiah Randall. 
Thomas Gallagher. 
John Reusch. 
John Meyers. 
William Skinner. 
John Harper. 



fourth Company. 

John Frederick. 
James Le Fevier. 
Charles Rodgers. 
Evan Rodgers. 
Isaac Parker. 
Samuel Bettle. 
Alexr. Rhea. 
James Vanstaveru. 
David Dwinalds. 
Frederick Chevens. 



Michael Mooney. 
James Hunt. 
Charles A. Droz. 
Charles Brusier. 
Anthony Teisur. 
John Poulson. 



Fifth Company. 

Peter Pollin. 
Lewis Ryan. 
Samuel Kennedy. 
James Thompson. 
Hugh Burns. 



John Hampton. 
William Gillaspie. 
John Blear. 
William 
John Turner. 
William Oxley. 
Josh. Hale. 
Bernard Hart. 
Daniel Notting. 
William Hess. 



Sixth Company. 

Samuel Wister. 
Alexander Long. 
Jos. Greer. 
Geoe. Thomas. 
John Wray. 
Alexander Trotter. 
George Stermeyer. 
Alexander Henderson. 
Caleb Foulke. 
John Dager. 



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Seventh Company. 



George Yard. 
Charles Height. 
Peter Gobigot. 
Jesse Richards. 
Britton Hammill. 
Richard George. 
Benjamin Carr. 
Richard Oakford. 



Henry Steever, 
Jonn. Liikens. 
Charles Mercier. 
Lawrence Astolfi. 
Philip Garret. 
Charles Service. 
Samuel Weston. 
James Hubbs. 



Eighth Company. 



Richd. H. Willcox. 
Rembr. Peale. 
Reuben Peale. 
John Gavin. 
Augt. Brandt. 
James B. Thompson. 
Eleazer Oswald. 
George Farguhar. 



Lemuel Howley. 
William Hobridge. 
Thomas Scully. 
William Delany. 
Thomas Bartholomews. 
John P. Schott. 
Saml. Alexander. 
John J. Parry. 



A LIST OF THE MEMBERS COMPOSING THE FIRST CLASS 
84TH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA. 



First Company. 



George Hess. 
Thomas Jennyson. 
Siles W. Saxton, 
Henry Dankle. 
George Stewert. 
Thomas Passmore. 



Captain. 
Anthony Robeson. 



Michael Cox. 
John Lawrence. 
John W. Classhorn. 
James Hamel. 
Jacob Galaher. 



102 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Daniel McGalagher. 
Benjamen Emerich. 
Samuel Steaten. 
James Smith. 
David Garrett. 
Joel Jones. 



Second Company. 

Captain. 

Reuben Gilder. 

Thomas Allen. 
John Carr. 
Francis Finlay. 
Thomas Buzhart. 
John Brooks. 



Joseph Warner. 
Benjamen Warner. 
Lewis Brown. 
George Campble. 
Allen Ward. 
Leonard Kittinger. 



Third Company. 

Captain. 

Justice P. Bullard. 

Anthony Tisaer. 
John Stoddard. 
Thomas Kite. 
Peter M. Potter. 
Philip Kreker. 



William Troutwine. 
Mahlen Lawrence. 
Jacob Hamer. 
Samuel Harker. 
James Vannetta. 
Jonathan Thomas. 



Sixth Company. 

Captain. 

Richard P. Simons. 

John D. Stiltz. 
Andrew Jacob. 
George Eyre. 
Greer German. 
David Goslin. 



Joseph Louch. 
William Ashton. 
Joseph Gillingham. 
William Hackinson. 
John Owen, Jur. 
William Handley. 
Benjamin Terris. 



Eighth Company. 

Captain. 

James Hamill. 

Isaac Pearson. 
J. T. Longstroth. 
Benjamin Reeves. 
John Cressen. 
Joseph Pyle. 
Isaac Every. 
George B. Gardner. 



SECOND DIVISION--1812-14. 



SECOND DIVISION, 
Bucks and Montgomery Counties. 



REGIMENTAL NUMBERS, 

Second Division — Bucks, 15, 31, 32 and 48, 

Montgomery, 36, 51, 56 and 86. 



SECOND DIVISION, 

First Brio-ade— 1812-14. 



RETURN OF OFFICERS AND MEN. 
First Brigade, Second Division — 1812-14. 



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WAR OF 1812-1814. 105 

RETURN, OF THE QUOTA OF THE FIRST BRIGADE 
SECOND DIVISION, PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA COM- 
MANDED BY BRIGADIER GENERAL ISAIAH WELLS 
DRAFTED, ORGANIZED, AND DETACHED PURSUANT 
TO THE ORDERS OF THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF 
DATED MAY 12TH, 1812. 



Brigade Inspector. 
Christian Snyder. 

Lieutenant Colonel Commandant. 

Conrad Krickbaum. 

Majors. 

Hillery Norny. 

John Benjamins. 

Adjutant. 

Joseph Carr. 

Qu'r Master. 
Frederick Daleker. 



VOLUNTEER CORPS WHO HAVE TENDERED THEIR 
SERVICE IN PART OF THE QUOTA VOLUNTEER 
CORPS DRAFTED. 

Republican Troop of Cavalry. 

Captain. 

John Mathews. 

1st. Lieut. 
Wm. Chain. 

2d. Lieut. 
Thos. Ames, Jr. 



106 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Cornet. 
Nath'l Koplin. 



James Barry. 
Geo. Buckhamer. 
John Chain. 
John Burckhamer. 
Nathan Moor. 
Benj'n Hughes. 
Levi Wentz. 
Jacob Buck. 
Jesse Kinghener. 
John Buttesway. 
Daniel Broad. 
Samuel Sturges. 
Jacob Hiley. 
John Baker. 
Samuel Horning. 
Henry Teney. 
John Hiley. 
James Abrahams. 
Daniel Beard. 
Charles Law. 
Joseph Teney. 
James Miller. 
Henry Dehavin. 
Samuel Moor. 



Privates. 

Jacob Frances. 
James Cook. 
Philip Woolmer. 
Joseph Saylor. 
John Roberts. 
Wm. Bean. 
Wm. Matthews. 
Christopher Redheffer. 
John Llwellen. 
Yoluntine Shambaugh. 
John Roberts, 
Danl. Mathews. 
Saml. Jacoby. 
Charles Moor. 
Daniel Gilbert. 
John Homshire. 
John Maybery. 
Richard Rue. 
Henry Boyauer. 
Isaac Ward. 
Joseph Abrahams. 
John Logan. 
Joseph Cleaver. 
Michael Nute. 
Number 52. 



Norristown Rifle Company. 

Capt. 

James Robeson. 

Lieut. 
Robert Porter. 



Ensign. 
Daniel Striper. 



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Edward Magee. 
Wm. Hamill. 
John Brough. 
John Baird. 
John Boggs. 
James Coates. 
Saml. Davis. 
Robert Carr. 
Francis Mathers. 
Saml. Gilkey. 
Frances Hughes. 
Israel Jones. 
David Keesey. 
And'w Kittler. 
Jesse Zane. 
Ralph Walker. 
Thomas Greenwood. 
John McComb. 
Mark Tompson. 
Saml. Waters. 
Nath . 



Privates. 

David Baird. 
John Walker. 
Wm. Heany. 
Joseph Tyson. 
Isaac Tyson. 
Wm. Teany. 
James Curry. 
Henry Waggoner. 
Thomas Conley. 
Jacob Meyers. 
David Royer. 
Saml. Hendricks. 
Jacob Dewees. 
Jacob Keesey. 
John Hiltner. 
Frederick Niess. 
Jacob Famous. 
Wm. Britton. 
Aaron Razer. 
Benj'n Tompson. 
Philip Peters. 
Number 45. 



Montgomery Rifle Greens. 

Capt. 

Jesse Weber. 

Lieut. 
John Hurst. 

Ensign. 
Sam'l Wonner. 



Jacob Hurst. 
Joseph Campbell. 
Abr'm Stong. 
James McKenney. 
Jesse Johnson. 



Privates. 

Jacob Weber. 
Abr'm Foust. 
Wm. Shannon. 
Henry Smith. 
Henry Hurst. 



108 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Jacob Keesey. 
Henry Weikle. 
Joseph Hendricks. 
David Thomas. 
Jonah Osborn. 
Michael Zilling. 
Jesse Hamshen. 
Abr'm Wonner. 
Adam Waggoner. 
Euos Beam. 
Jacob Weber, Jur. 



Wm. Hurst. 
Thos. H. Osborn. 
Wm. Terpin. 
Rich'd Bisson. 
John Fitzcherld. 
John Spare. 
James Wentz. 
Daniel Heller. 
Fred R. Conrad, 
Peter Skun. 
Jacob Levering. 
Number 35. 



Jr. 



Potts Town Light Infantry. 

Capt. 

Peter Hanley. 

Lieut. 

Mahlon Ortlip. 

Ensign. 
Solomon Wattress. 



WCder Bevans. 
Geo. Phillips. 
Jacob Ovenshiner. 
John Huster. 
Joseph Misimer. 
Wm. Brook. 
Morris Rogers. 
John Hanley. 
Peter Longenback. 
Robt. Scorles. 
Henry Buzard. 
Daniel Stiger. 
Geo. Bush. 
Henry Y. Misimer. 



Privates. 

.John Roadermel. 
John Rafesnider. 
Joshua Misimer. 
Wm. Lessig. 
Tho's Rafesnider. 
Joseph Biggs. 
Aaron Linderman. 
John Misimer. 
John Witner. 
David Shipe. 
Henry Bevans. 
John Stizer. 
John Bush. 
Frances Zigg. 
Number 31. 



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109 



Homer Merrion Light Infantry Republican Blues. 





Capt. 




Geo. Weist. 




Lieut. 




Mathew Roberts. 




Ensign. 




Geo. Cressman. 




Privates. 


Geo. Printz. 


Joshua Lainhoff. 


John Heatherman. 


Saml. Gill. 


Michael Hoffman. 


Jacob Wood. 


Geo. Marker. 


Rudolph Suplee. 


Casper Goodman. 


Wm. Stillwaggon, 


Lewis Knox. 


John Mily. 


Jacob Sibley. 


John Wright. 


Godfry Dhile. 


James Barnes. 


John Kugler. 


Wm. Smith. 


John Goodman. 


Peter Betts. 


Griffith Smith. 


Dennis Kelly. 


David Young. 


John Roberts. 


Isaac Hayley. 


Wm. Hurst. 


Saml. Young. 


Andrew London. 


Fred'k Waumble. 


Wm. Young. 


Joseph Gravil. 


John Foreman. 


Henry Gotz. 


Jacob Hippie. 


Geo. McClenachan. 


John Young. 




Number 39. 




Light Infantry Blues. 




Capt. 




Geo. Schwenk. 




Lieut. 




Isaac Harris. 




Ensign. 




John Boyer. 


Received no Muster Roll. 




Number 31. 



110 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Jon'n Jones. 
Philip Hubner. 
Isaac Zigler. 
John Houghler. 
Peter Yost. 
Peter Burger. 
John Hoffman. 
Tho's Yost. 
Geo. Gulp. 
Saml. Detweiler. 
John Esterline. 
John Hauck. 
Peter Gulp, 
Dilman Gulp. 
Geo. Moyer. 
John Under coffler. 
Lewis Jones. 
Jacob Preyer. 
Geo. Hauck. 
John Yost. 
Jacob Rumfie'id. 



Rifle Company. 

Gapt. 
Jacob Freyer. 

Lieut. 
Henry Hanck. 

Ensign. 
Jacob Yost. 

Privates. 



Geo. Freyer. 
Jacob Bartman. 
Abr'm Nice. 
John Freyer. 
John Crup. 
Henry Ness. 
Leonard Shuler. 
John Bickhard. 
Saml. Esterline. 
John Wanemaker. 
Benj'n Bickhard. 
John Detterer. 
John Humberger. 
Geo. Reiter. 
Philip Barrett. 
David Seeshols. 
Daniel Kline. 
Daniel Slicher. 
James Brickley. 
Fred'k Sheffer. 



Number 44. 



Cheltenham Rifle Blues. 

New Company nearly full Attack'd to the 56th Regiment. 
Raised by Gapt. Wm. 

Thoy have orders to hold themselves in readiness to march 
at the Shortest notice. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 
DRAFTED MILITIA OF THE LINE. 



5th Class 36th Regiment. 
Names of the Infantry of the line Present. 

Capt. 
Hugh R. Ward. 

Lieut. 
Michael Davis. 

Ensign. 
John Amen. 



John Frits. 
John Harrison. 
Isaac Richardson. 
Rudolph Upright. 
Michael Wild. 
Charles Vandike. 
Ezra Sands. 
Lewis Dager. 
Joseph Goodwin. 
Jacob Wolf. 
Jacob Neff. 
Saml. Cressman. 
Henry Dager. 
Philip Piper, Jr. 
Jacob Hippie. 
Abr'm Carreer. 



Privates. 

Geo. Sculpher. 
Nath'n Rawling. 
Geo. Hallman. 
Wm. Armstrong. 
James Armstrong. 
James Davis. 
Michael Wills. 
Jacob Sans. 
Jacob Johnston. 
John Whitby. 
Jesse Keesey; 
John Mitchel. 
Jacob Freedley. 
Daniel McVay. 
Wm. Holloway. 
Elisha Machathen. 
Number 35. 



James Noblest, 
Peter Dehaven. 
Joseph Praul 



Names of the Infantry of the line Absent. 
Privates. 

Isaac Sullender. 
Enoch Holget. 



Wm. Yocom. 



112 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Sam'l Phillips. 
John Kutz. 
Jon'a Wentz, 
Saml. Maulsby. 
Peter Phipps. 
John Ottinger, Jr. 
John Cleaver. 
Benj'n Fiss. 
Peter Wallower. 
Alexander Aikens. 
Morris Humphreys. 
Lee Smith. 
Isaac Pearce. 
Charles Shoemaker. 



Geo. Morris. 
Geo. Smith. 
Dilghman Stoupher. 
Geo. Roberts. 
James Wennerd. 
Tho's Stroud. 
John Zearfos. 
John Pluck. 
Jacob Walker. 
Jacob Wood. 
Ezekiel Roads. 
Nathan Dehaven. 
Isaac Owens. 
Jacob Reyme. 
Number 34. 



6th Class 36th Regiment. 
Names of the Infantry of the line Present. 

Capt. 
Wm. Richardson. 

Lieut. 
John L. Young. 

Ensign. 
Peter Fast. 



Privates. 



Edw'd Armstrong. 
John Miller. 
James Jackson. 
John Preest. 
John Stillwagon. 
Jacob Fries. 
Thimothy Canahor. 
Saml. Bassiter. 
Nathan Sturgis. 
Jon"a Moor. 



Lewis Griffith. 
Henry Smith. 
John Slingloof. 
Humphrey Hammer. 
Charles Fast. 
John Lentz, Ju'r. 
Wm. Burns. 
Joseph Harner. 
Saml. Harner. 
Sam'l Slingloof. 



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113 



John Roder. 
Harman Yerkes. 
Amos Wilson. 
Charles Lukens. 
Geo. Struper. 
John Townsman. 
Geo. Kupp. 
Geo. Grafley. 
Isaac Bilger. 
Sam'l Hammer. 
Wm. Tunis. 
John Williams. 
John Hancorson. 
John Hippie. 
Jacoh Hoffman. 
David Davis. 
Jacob Hart. 



Wm. Carson. 
Tho's Smith. 
Henry Prinu. 
Henry Johnson. 
Benj'n Mattis. 
John Shannon. 
Sam'l Shannon. 
Adam Slough. 
Jacob Woodling. 
John Moyer. 
Joseph Boyer. 
Mithias Rambo. 
Adam Eve. 
Moses Yocum. 
John Eve. 
John Coats. 



Number 56. 



Names of the Infantry of the line Absent. 



John Colflesh. 
Joseph Washer. 
Wm. Horn. 
Isaac Taylor. 
Henry Zook. 
David Zook. 
Henry Dewees. 
Joseph Ambler. 
Ezra Comfort, Jr. 
Isaac Roberts. 
Geo. Bauchman. 
Alexander Ottinger. 



Privates. 

Abraham Tunis. 
Wm. Stadelman, Jr. 
Gardiner Latch. 
John Stump. 
Jacob Albertson. 
Wm. Deal. 
Geo. Evans. 
Geo. Boozard. 
John Stater. 
John Hammil. 
Wm. Bolton. 
John Fisher. 
Number 24. 



5th Class 51st Regiment. 

Names of the Infantry of the line Present. 

Capt. 

And'w Kremer. 
8— Vol. VII— 6th Ser. 



114 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Lieut. 
Edw'd Johnson. 



Michael Lands 
Saml. Weidner. 
John Roockstool. 
Isaac Dehaven. 
Henry Deem. 
Arnold Zimmerman. 
John Beans. 
John Tyson. 
John Zuller. 
Deter Bushard. 
Geo. Selser. 
John Graham. 



Ensign. 
Lewis Bilger. 

Privates. 

John Evans. 
Casper Layman. 
Edw'd Jinkin. 
John Mattis. 
Wm. Colsten. 
Joseph Garber. 
John Garber. 
Joseph Jephries. 
Joseph 'Buckwater. 
Christ'n Master. 
James Yocum. 
Enas Lukens. 
Number 27. 



Names of the Infantry of the line Absent. 



Privates. 



John Bergy. 
John Reiff. 
Joseph Kriebler. 
Jesse Smith. 
Christ'n Kriebler. 
Geo. Prife. 
Streper Conrad. 
John Teany. 
Owen Thomas. 
Jon'a Yerkes. 
Geo. Haws. 
Charles Mathers. 
Michael Vanfosen. 
Benj'n Cassel. 
John Gerhart. 
Abrm Andres. 
Jones Hauff. 
Philip Markly. 



John Bean. 
Jacob Rosenberger. 
Jacob Hallman. 
Geo. Shoemaker. 
Isaac Hunsicker, Jr. 
Isaac Cassel. 
Christ'n Rosenberger. 
Isaac Wood. 
Jacob Smith. 
Christ'n Detwiler. 
John Hiser. 
John Snyder. 
John S. Jinkin. 
Humphrey White. 
Ashton Roberts. 
John Andrews. 
Ezekiel Shoemaker. 
John Morgan. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



115 



Geo. Foulk. 
Henry Hubner. 
Isaac Carl. 
Aba'm Bachtel. 



Wm. Robeson. 
Jonas Tyson. 
Edw'd Hughs. 
Peter Maberry. 
Number 44. 



6lh Class 51st Regiment. 

Name? or" the Infantry of the line Present. 

Capt. 
John Wentz, 



Isaac Krupp. 
Wm. Fitzgarls. 
Henry Carney. 
John Kneezel. 
Christ'n Kneereim. 
Perry Lukens. 
Sam'l Supplee. 
John Singer. 
Jacob Humsher. 
Jacob Kealey. 
Saml. Deatz. 
Frances Hooven. 
John Newgiser. 
Geo. Colter. 
Jacob Derrick. 
Geo. Groves. 
Levi Custert. 



Lieut. 
John Kerap. 

Ensign. 
John Snyder. 

Privates. 

Abra'm Snyder. 
Adam Fleck. 
John Hurst. 
Fred'k Wonderlick. 
Henry Bever. 
John Jinkin. 
Jon'a Guy, Ju'r. 
Henry Garber. 
Henry Boyer. 
John Prizer. 
Gabriel Cline. 
.lohn Hatfield. 
Christ'n Brown. 
Benj. Yocum. 
Geo. Heagy. 
John Hughs. 
John Overhelser. 
Number 37. 



116 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Names of the Infantry of the line Absent. 



David Hachler. 
Isaac Krots. 
Andrew Zigler. 
Jacob Freyer. 
Jacob Price. 
Jacob Moyer. 
Jesse Davis. 
Mahlow Lukens. 
Charles Jones. 
David Roberts. 
Geo. Reiff. 
Rich'd Cosselberry. 
Abr'm Detteree. 
Abr'm Cossel. 
Micheil Bruner. 
Jacob Umsted. 
Saml. Kizer. 
John Gotwaltz. 



Privates. 

Adam Gotwaltz. 
Jacob Reiff. 
Peter Wanner. 
Geo. Rignhart. 
John Cossel. 
Joseph Lawry. 
Wm. Zigler. 
Abr'm Funk. 
John Custert. 
Jacob Root. 
Geo. Kneedler. 
Jesse Davis. 
Edw'd Foulk. 
Jacob Tyson. 
Able Thomas. 
John Shoop. 
Abrm. Moyer. 

Number 35. 



DRAFTED MILITIA OF THE LINE. 

5th Class 56th Regiment. 

Names of the Infantry of the line Present. 

Capt. 
Joshua Taylor. 

Lieut. 
Wm. McDowell. 

Ensign. 
Abr'm Shipe. 



Thomas Barton. 
John Lightcap. 
Saml. Davis. 



Privates. 

Geo. Creer. 
Roger O'Neil. 
Malachi Fisher. 



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Wm. Johnson. 
John Davis, Jr. 
Henry Cope. 
Geo. Fetter. 
Jon'a Yerkes, Senr. 
John Robeson. 
James Kelly. 
Christ'n Oblinger. 
Elisha Baucher, 
Jacob Barnes. 
Abr'm Lukens. 
Wm. Roads. 
Stephan Watkins. 
Charles Terry. 
Alexander Hughs. 
John Ogan. 
John Hogeland. 
John Creamer. 
Benj'n Fowler. 
Isaac Jones. 



John Houp. 
Samuel Mann. 
Sam'l Dewees. 
Joseph Hilborn. 
Jesse Paul. 
Tho's Wray. 
Jesse Shay. 
Joseph White. 
John Cumings. 
Joseph Riener. 
Daniel Arbuckel. 
Michiel Hartley. 
Richard Drake. 
Sam'l Given. 
And'w Cressman. 
Robert Hallowell. 
Geo. Springer. 
Henry Althouse. 
Geo. Schenk. 
Abr'm Bilger. 
Number 49. 



Names of the Infantry of the line Absent. 



Privates. 



Saml. Rowland. 

John Webster. 

John Starka. 

Joseph Boucher. 

Joshua Tyson. 

Benj'n Webster. 

Thos. Tyson. 

Geo. Harper. 

Isaac Waterman. 

John Tyson. 

John Hallowell (Miller). 

Thos. Morgan. 

Abr'm Cassel. 

Ezekiel Eaton. 

Jacob (illegible). 

David Ruth. 

John Harr. 

Jacob Madery. 

John Crater. 



John Yocum. 
Mathew Beans. 
Henry Jones. 
Jon'a Yerkes, Jr. 
John Newell. 
Geo. Woodward. 
John Potts. 
Jon'a Lloyd. 
Geo. Spencer. ■ 
Tho's Fitzwater. 
Benj'n Logan. 
John Shoemaker. 
James Rutter. 
Henry Cooper. 
Jacob Bisbing. 
Jacob Yocum. 
Robert Nelson. 
Wm. Jerman. 
Jos. Kinderdlne, Sr. 



118 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Nathan Lukens. Jr. 
Joseph Eaton. 
John Ambler. 
Charles Iredell. 
Geo. Cressman. 
Isaac Phipps. 
John Newburry. 



Eli Barrill. 
John Williams. 
Abr'm Gerhart. 
Benj'n Davis. 
Christ'n Huntsberger. 
Abr'm Banner. 
Abr'm Detweiler. 
Number 52. 



6th Class 56th Regiment. 

Names of the Infantry of the line Present. 

Capt. 

Henry Garber. 

Lieut. 
Clement Barns. 

Ensign. 
Wm. Engard. 



Privates. 



John Michener. 

Saml. Hughes. 

Jasper C. Moon. 

Amos Cline. 

John Hollowell (Cooper). 

John Kennedy. 

Geo. Fritz. 

John Boyd. 

Benj'n Foster. 

Jacob McVaugh. 

Jacob Laud. 

Wm. Drake. 

John Kreer. 

Joseph Ships. 

Mahlon Hilddleson. 

Jacob Worrell. 

Tho's Stemple. 



Joseph Williamson. 
Robert McAdams. 
Stephan Murry. 
Isaac Krusoti. 
Isaiah Longshore. 
Joseph Burns. 
John Jones. 
Jno'a Taylor. 
Leonard Naylor. 
David Siple. 
John Cox. 
Robert Ingham. 
Joseph Lukens. 
Jacob Kirk. 
Robert Dunn. 
John Wilgus. 
Joseph Weast. 



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119 



Wm. Linn. 
Jesse Gilbert. 
Israel Gilbert. 
Wm. Fenton. 
Jones Smaul. 



Jacob I^idy. 
Jon'a Shiill. 
Henry Gerheart. 
Isaac Swarth. 
Wm. Moyer. 
Number 47. 



Names of the Infantry of the line Absent. 



Isaac Hallowell. 
Alexander Hughes. 
Mordecai Roberts. 
Tice Stinook. 
Andrew Martin. 
Lewis Jones. 
Cyrus Cadwalider. 
Andrew Everhard. 
Geo. Richardson. 
Lewis Roberts. 
David Ranson. 
Peter Messer. 
Henry Leidy. 
Jacob Ruth. 
David Willis. 
John Drake. 
John Ruth. 
Abra'm Kindy. 
Wm. McCruen. 
Jon'a Miller. 
Tho's Sunn. 
Joseph Donnely. 
Rich'd Roberts. 
Geo. Roberts. 
Michel Fetter. 
Wm. Jinkens. 
David Ships. 



Privates. 

Kerl McDaniel. 
Geor'e Mitchell. 
Wm. Mitchener. 
Saml. Thomas. 
Saml. Shoemaker. 
John Johnson. 
Geo. Leanhart. 
Walter McCool. 
Joseph Major. 
Jacob Fitzwater. 
Job Spencer, Ju'r. 
Cadwallader Lloyd. 
Thos. Shay. 
Wm. Devio. 
Isaac Cadwallader. 
John Clime. 
Wm. Palmer. 
Benj'n Lukens. 
Wm. Lukens. 
Naylor Webster, Jr. 
Robt. Kinderdine. 
John Young. 
Amos Jones. 
Isaac Paxton. 
Christ'n Souter. 
Abraham German. 

Number 53. 



5th Class 86th Regiment. 
Names of the Infantry of the line Present. 

Capt. 
John Shwenk. 



120 



TENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



John Shwenk. 
Philip Zeben. 
Jacob Laedig. 
Conrad Dotterer. 
Conrad Kealer. 
Geo. Heabner. 
Jacob Rafsnyder. 
Abraham Groff. 
Geo. Zoller. 
Geo. Geiger. 
Wm. McConegle. 
Wm. Bernd. 
Joseph Keeler. 
John Ache. 
Geo. Daub. 
Tobias Shall. 
Andrew Burn. 
Peter Yerge. 
Sam'l Snell. 
Daniel Cressman. 
Conrad Rukner. 
Geo. Smith. 
David Beckel. 
Geo. Saybold. 
Geo. Schaner. 
Frederick Hilligas. 



Lieut. 
Henry Kreps. 

Ensign. 
John Fox. 

Privates. 



Adam Blank. 
Isaac Reifsnyder. 
Abr'm Kunsenbouser. 
Peter Miller. 
Henry Grouse. 
John Rules. 
Geo. Rambo. 
Saml. Pool. 
Saml. Kutz. 
Jacob Moures. 
Jacob Resinger. 
Peter Smith. 
Henry Zuber. 
Henry Beitenman. 
Daniel Yerges. 
John Bsterline. 
Adam Zern. 
John Reid. 
Henry Foust. 
Philip Reed. 
John Gucker. 
Daniel Sheid. 
Joseph Hubner. 
Daniel Sheifley. 
Saml. Henry. 



Number 54. 



Names of the Infantry of the line Absent. 
Privates. 



Wm. Godshal. 
Wm. Burbuman. 
John Mayer. 
Wm. Bowman. 



John Beiber. 
Jacob Nice. 
Henry Morgan, Jr. 
Jacob Smith. 



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Nathaniel Halbert. 
Peter Giger. 
Michael Roudenbush. 
Jacob Gary. 
Jacob Stout. 
John Wilberham. 
Frederick High. 
John Parrish. 



James B. Harris. 
Geo. Eckard. 
Jacob Leick. 
And'w Bitting, Jr. 
Jacob Schultz. 
Andrew Stoufer. 
Geo. Zigler. 
Jacob Bowman. 



Number 24. 



6th Class 86th Regiment. 

Names of the Infantry of the line Present. 

Capt. 

Andrew Eckerd. 

Lieut. 
John Emrick. 

Ensign. 
John ShuUer. 



Privates. 



Jacob Shwenk. 
Henry Statler. 
John Relief. 
Peter Wacant. 
Jacob Snyder. 
Henry Goucklon. 
John Wamback. 
Mr.rtin Mauger. 
Henry Davilhizer. 
Geo. Deitrick. 
Richard Perry, 
.lohn Spatz. 
Wm. Lewis. 
Jacob Bartolet 
Saml. Lesig. 
Henry Wilson. 
Henry Deilz. 



Geo. Shatz. 
John Hering. 
Abrm. Groff. 
Henry Trisbach. 
Samuel Shugler. 
Philip Bernd. 
Wm. Shuller. 
Geo. Missimer. 
Joseph Bechtel. 
Jacob Bartolet. 
Michiel Kurtz. 
Conrad Giger. 
John Bechtel. 
Solomon Missimer. 
Mithias Kurtz. 
Joseph Bitting. 
Geo. Graber. 



122 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Adam Broy. 
John Schleiger. 
Geo. Welker. 
David Kraus. 
Peter Kolp. 
Henry Cole. 
Jacob Pool. 
Amos Rayson. 
Benj'n Place. 
Fred'k Shrawler. 



Peter Snyder. 
And'w Young. 
Geo. Reinsinger. 
Dan'l Brey, 
Geo. Jones. 
John Ruth. 
John Erb. 
John Sheifley. 
Jacob Sheid. 
John Henry. 
Number 57. 



Names of the Infantry of the line Absent. 



Geo. May. 
Henry Mayer. 
Geo. Shiller. 
John Stetler. 
Daniel Mayer. 
Geo. Moser. 
John Willauer. 
Jeremiah Mashter. 
Charles Yeackel. 
Abra'm Beachtel. 
John Beachtel. 
Christ'n Histant. 
Mathias Gerhart. 



Privates. 

Isaac Shultz. 
Malichia Shultz. 
John Kouns. 
Henry Drau. 
Peter Peau. 
Joseph T. Mitler. 
Jacob Parch. 
Michael Waggoner. 
John Davis. 
Jacob Cressman. 
John Bardman. 
Geo. Lang. 
Rudolph Harly. 
Number 26. 



I Certify that the above is a true and Accurate Return of 
the Quota of the First Brigade, Second Division, Pennsylvania 
Militia as appears by the Several returns filed and remaining 
in my office. 

Witness my hand, Montgomery County, September 1st, 
1812. 

CHRISTIAN SNYDER, 

Brigade Inspector. 



MUSTER PAY AND RECEIPT ROLLS- 
1812-14. 



MUSTER ROLLS— 1812-14. 



(123) 



(124) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 125 



A COMPLEAT MUSTER FOR THE SECOND (CAPTN. Mc- 
GLATHERIES) COMPANY OF THE SECOND REGIMENT 
VOLUNTEER LIGHT INFANTRY, UNDER THE COM- 
MAND OF COL. LOUIS BACHE, UNDER THE ORDER OF 
THE COMMANDER IN CHIEF OF THE COMMONWEALTH 
OF PENNSYLVANIA OF 27TH OF AUGUST 1814, AND 
ATTACHED TO THE FIRST BRIGADE SECOND DIVI- 
SION P. M. 



Captain. 
William McGlatherie, 

Lieuts. 
John Boisson. 
John Wanner. 

Ensign. 
George Bisbing. 

Serjeants. 

John Jamison. 

John Hauss. 

Richard Osborne. 

Nathan Lewis. 

Corporals. 

John Bachman. 

Job Lowry. 

Jesse Colson. 

Abraham Lutz. 

Drummer. 
John Kline. 

Fifer. 
Jacob Weaver. 



Samuel McGlathrie. John Dyer. 

Paul Custard. Philip Spear. 

William Buck. John Roberts. 

Adam Deem. Henry Deem. 



126 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

David Roberts. Jacob Zerfass. 

John Pluck. Owen Thomas. 

John Bacher. Isaac Painter. 

Jacob Baker. George Pluck. 

Henry Garney. Henry Dyer. 

William R. Bisson. Jacob Shearer. 

William Barton. Nicholas Gehrhard. 

Samuel Morris. John Berritt. 

Benjamin Boyer. Joseph Hendricks. 

Jacob Levering. John Martin. 

I do hereby certify upon honour that the above is a correct 
Muster roll of Captn. McClatheries company this 29th day 
of November 1814. 

JOHN WANNER, 2nd. Lieut. 

LOUIS BACHE, 
Col. 2nd. Reg. Penna. Vol. Lt. Inf. 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. SCHWENK'S COMPANY IN THE 
2D. REGIMENT PENNA. VOLUNTEER LIGHT IN- 
FANTRY IN THE SERVICE OF THE STATE OF PENN- 
SYLVANIA FOR THREE MONTHS FROM THE 12TH DAY 
OF SEPT. LAST— ATTACHED TO THE FIRST BRIGADE 
2D. DIV. P. M. UNDER COMMD. NOVR. 29, 1814. 



Captain. 

George Schwenk. 

Lieut. 

James Teany. 
Henry Schwenk. 

Ensign. 

John Setsler. 

Serjeants. 

James Smith. 

Archd. Coffman. 

John Gross. 

John Major. 



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127 



Corporals. 

John Weller. 
Peter Sheen. 
Saml. Groff. 
John Hovis. 



Privates. 



Michael Ruff. 
Joseph Rawn. 
John Buzzard. 
Henry Teany. 
Eli Hartenstine. 
James Stewart. 
John McClenand. 
Arnold Saylor. 
Joseph May.- 
Mark Updegraff. 
Jacob Schrock. 
Saml. Ringler. 

We do Certify on Honor that the above Muster Roll Exhibits 
a just and true Statement of the above mentioned Company. 
GEORGE SCHWENK, Capt., 

LOUIS BACHE, 
Col. 2d. Regt. Penna. V. C. Lt. In. 



John Schrader. 

Jacob Schwenk. 

Jacob Bower. 

Fredk. May. 

Michael Cline. 

John May. 

Joseph Garber. 

Joseph Jefferis. 

Martin George. 

John Faw, Deserted. 

John Wireman, Deserted. 



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WAR OF 1812-1814. 



181 



IN ACCOUNT WITH THE STATE OF PENNA. 



Z I « 



Ai ?. 3rcl, «SH, By one Years Salery for Inspecting 4 

I Reg'ts at $30 each 

April 1st, 1S14, By one Years Salery By Delivering to 
each Captain or Commanding officer 
of Company in the Buchs Brigade 
three Blank Inspection Rolls and 
three Blank Class at $10 per Reg't, ... 
April 14th, 1814, Paid Major Anthony Torbest for 6 
Pounds of Powder for Capt. John 
Erwins Company of Artillery, $6.00, ... 
Sept. lUih, 1814, By Cash Paid Daniel Sharp for one 

Hundred Bundles of Straw 

19 By Cash Paid Jacob Rigler for Beef for 

the Militia on their march 

19 By Cash Paid John Buck for Horse 

1 Peed, 

19 By Cash Paid William Hamfftel - for 

Bread 

19 By Cash Paid Margaret Tryon for Bread, 

19 By Cash Paid Margaret Tryon for 

Crackers 

19 By Cash Paid Dennis McCrady for Can- 



By Cash Paid Margaret Tryon for 
Crackers, 

By Cash Paid George Walker for Haul- 
ing Beef 

By Cash Paid John Hough for Oats and 
Hay 

By Cash Paid Benjamin Pearson for 
i Salt 

By Cash Paid John Jones for Oats 

! By Cash Paid Benj.amin Pearson for X 
salt, 

By Cash Paid Benjamin Pearson for 
Candles 

By Cash Paid Samuel Blakoy for Haul- 
ing Camp Equipage 

By Cash Paid Ricth & Rickard for 
Candles 

By Cash Paid Nathan Pearson for Oats, 

By Cash Paid Thomas Dobson for Sta- 
tionery 

By Cash Paid Joseph Paxson for Pro- 
vision 

By Cash Paid John Boyer, spirits for 
Gen. Smith 

By Cash Paid Joseph Keyser for salt 
and Whiskey 

By Cash Paid Tacy Smith for Hav and 
Salt 

By Cash Paid Jacob Rlglar for Beef, .. 



11 

12 


3 

10 


13 


17 


14 


2 


15 


2 


16 


10 


17 


1 


18 


6 


19 


3 


20 


11 


21 


40 


22 


93 


23 


1 


34 


243 



50 
37 

50 

12V4 

60 

50 



00 
00 

50 

20 

00 

30 
71 

50 

45 

00 

06',4 

62H 
2S 



132 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

IN ACCOUNT WITH THE STATE OF PENNA.— Continued. 




22 

22 

Sept. 22 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 



By Cash Paid Samuel Ash for Pro- 
visions 

B.v Cash Paid Jacob Kughler, Quart 
Measures, &c 

By Cash Paid Tacy Smith for Oats 

By Cash Paid Nathaniel Sewell, Tin 
Tumblers, &c 

By Cash Paid John Joties for Oats 

By Cash Paid Isaac Subes for Candles, 

By Cash Paid Samuel Ash for Pro- 
visions furnished for Militia per Rec't, 

By Cash Paid Elizabeth Withy for 
Oats. Hay & Straw 

By Cash Paid David McNair for Wil- 
liam Simpson for Candles 

By cash Paid James Hammond for 
Paint and Boiled Oil to mark tents, .. 

By cash paid Ann Marshall for wood 
and Straw 

By Cash Paid John Marshall for Straw, 
Hay aiid Oats 

By cash Paid William Connel for Straw, 

By cash Paid Isaac Hewes for Straw, .. 

By cash Paid Thomas Kennedy for Pro- 
visions, 

By cash Paid Zachariah Derrick for 
Oats 

By cash Paid Capt. Abner Johnston for 
Provisions 

By cash Paid William C. Rogers for 
Bread & Whiskey 

By cash Paid Joseph Pennell for mak- 
ing tent poles 

By cash Paid James Walker for Wood, 

By cash Paid Adam Binker for Hauling 
Baggage for Megill, 

By cash paid Lieut. Coin. William Long 
for Provisions for Mi'itia 

By cash Paid Melchoir Lovin for Sta- 
tionery, 

By cash Paid David Marshall for Pro- 
vision 

By cash Paid Jacob Riglar for Haul- 
ing Beef to Militia Marcus Hook 

By cash Paid John Vanuman for 
Boards 

By cash Paid Samuel Lungan for Oats 
and Straw 

By cash Paid Samuel Walker for Straw, 

By cash Paid Joseph Marshalls for 
Provisions and Oats, 

By cash Paid Middletov/n Nathaniel 
Pewell for Hay 



25* 


i 
8 


26 


4 


27 


1 


28 


1 


29 


5 


30 


2 


31 


6 


32 


39 


33 


2 


34 


1 


35 


• 6 


36 


24 


37 


5 


3S 


3 


39 


3 


40 


3 


41 


3 


42 


59 


43 


37 


44 


15 


45 


15 


46 


53 


43 


37 


4S 


1 


49 


6 


50 


6 


El 


13 


52 


2 


53 


5 


54 


10 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 133 

IN ACCOUNT WITH THE STATE OF PENNA.— Continued. 




By cash Paid Nathaniel Sewell for Hay 
and Straw 

By Cash Paid John Wisar for Rations 
of Bread, 

By Cash Paid Peter Bradis for Pro- 
visions 

By Cash Paid Philip Apple for a Bugle 
Horn 

l;y cash Paid John & Henry Lawrence 
for Trimming- 

By Cash Paid Simeon Sigfried for Asher 
Miner for Notices for Militia, 

By Cash Paid William Carr for Mark- 
ing Tents, 

By Cash Paid William Purdy for Bugl&- 
Horn 

By Cash Paid Michael Rapp for Haul- 

1 ing Baggage with 4 hourse team 

Nov. 11th, 1814, I By Cash Paid Capt. William Pardy for 
I BaclJ Rations 3 Days, 

By Cash Paid Capt. William Magill for 
Back Rations i Days, 

By Cash Paid Capt. Christoper Vanarts 
dalen for Back Rations 3 Days 

By Cash Paid Elias Gilkason for Haul- 
ing Baggage for Militia 

By Cash Paid Abraham McDowell for 
Hauling Baggage for 

By Cash Paid James Vansant for Haul- 
ing Baggage for 



55 


19 


56 


234 


57 




58 




59 




60 




61 




62 




63 


64 


64 


40 


65 


59 


66 


■ 58 


67 


15 


67 


60 


6S 


77 



37'^ 
86V4 
00 
50 
00 
25 
00 
00 



I do Hereby Certify that the foregoing is a Just and true 
statement of the Expenditures for the Militia of the first 
Brigade second Division Buci<;s County to the best of my 
knowledge this 17th day of November 1814. 

HARMAN VANSANT, Brigade Inspector. 



134 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Dr. Harman Vansant, Brigade Inspector of 2th Brigade 
2nd Division of Bucks County. 
March 1st, 1814. 



O 4) 



March 1st, 1814, 
.Sept. 20th, 1S14, 



To Cash received for Powder from the Gover- 
nor as a Ballance due from me 

To Cash Received of the Treasurer of Penna. 
for the purpose of Defraying the Expence 
of the Expences of tlie Detachment of Mi- 
litia from Bucks County under the Com- 
mand of Brigadier Genera! Sam'l Smith, .... 



1,500 
1,520 



November 18th, 1814. 

Please to pay to A. B. Boileau the Balance due to me on 

the within accounts 

HARMAN VANSANT, 
Brigade Inspector. 



RE:CEIPT rolls— 1812-14. 



(135) 



(136) 



.812-1814. J37 

commissioned officers and privates 

ny Called Dela. Cy. Fencibles, Capt. 

We the Siibsc^' First Brigade, Second Division Penna. 

of the Voluni- of Pennsylvania, in the service of the 

Serril, as a-der the requisition of the President of the 

Militia o^l^, and subsequently thereto, do each of us 

United JWledge to have received severally from Daniel 

4th aymaster of the Militia, the sum of six dollars, in 

he; as part of our additional pay allowed by act of 

•Jbly, the said sum of six dollars being paid to each of 

by order of his excellency the Governor, under act of 

.-vssembly of February 22, 1814, Oct. 25, 1814. 



Serjeants. 

John B. Pearson. 

Richard R. Jones. 

David Rose, Jun. 

Josh. Oakford. 

Corporals. 

Henry Wood. 
Joseph Shallcross. 

Andrew Urian. 
John C. Farrell. 

Privates. 

Rot "VYarper. Matw. McNulty. 

Thos. Vou-... jgggg 2. Paschall. 

John Wortin. Danie, cmith. 

Casper TrirU. George Williamson. 

John Rlvely. Reuben Bonsall. 

John Dobbins. Clement Hause. 

William Fines. Charles Gibson. 

Lewis B. Stanart. ^iles McSwainey. 

Charles Bonsall. c^dr. M. Helms. 

Charles Attmore. ^nd. Engbery. 

Aaron Helms. Marshall Seddens. 

Andrew Noblit. -y^ McCormlck. 
John Stroop. Brown. 

Enoch Bonsall. Tg^onsall. 

Edward Ormsby. .^j^^ 



138 



PENNSYi 



JoDO. S. Bonsall. 
Wm. Kinsey. 
Wm. Helms. 
John McLain. 
Thos. Ash. 
William Cox. 
John Shaw. 
Geo. W. Johnson. 
William Jones. 
Thomas P. Ash. 
Jonan. Quicksal. 
Thomas Fleming. 
William Humphreys. 
John Frazier. 
John Myers. 
John McCleester. 
William Glover. 
Joshua Bonsall. 
Saml. Bonsall, Jr. 
Thomas Bonsall. 
Saml. Bonsall. 
Saml. Palmer. 
Thomas Merion. 



OLUNTEERS. 
• 
J'^looper. 
Sam.rk. 
Philip ^n. 
George IVi. 
Davis Smith 
Clement SmitL 
Peter Long. 
Cornelius Mackey. 
David Smart. 
Nathan Hayes. 
David Bonsall. 
Isaac Brooks. 
Danl. McGinely. 
John Statton. 
John Hahn. 
George Ross. 
Thomas Williams. 
Moses Wells, Jun. 
Thomas McCullough. 
William Smith. 
Moses Adams. 



We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Militia Company under commd. of Capt. J. Campbell, 
Regiment of as a part of 1st Brigade, 2nd Division Pennsyl- 
vania Militia of the State of Pennsylvaiaia, in the service 
of the United States, under the requisition of the President- 
of the 4th of July, 1814, and subsequently thereto, da r'™ 

of us hereby acknowledge to havo • « -v.,ei-A\iy six 

Daniel Bua.ier. payn- -'• «f ^he Militia, the su«^ed by 
dollars, in p.d>ance, as part of our additional pay,, paid to 
act of Assembly, the said sum of six dollars r-nor, under 
each of us by order of his excellency the ^Command of 
act of Assembly of February 22, 1814. U- 
Col. J. L. Pearson, October 29, 1814. / 



Serjeants. 
John But' 
Samuel 
Shani/ 
Jol^'^^^^- 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



139 



Corporals. 

Jacob Kurtz. 
James Williams. 

Jacob Hawk. 
John Christopher. 



Privates. 



Christian Weaver. 
John Shriver. 
Jno. Griffith. 
John Young. 
Jno. Miller. 

Edward R. Vanderslice. 
David Adams. 
John Ewing. 
Samuel Turner. 
Charles Himes. 
Lewis Morgan. 
Francis O Neall. 
John Wertz. 
David Hampton. 
Peter Hartman. 
Samuel McCowen. 
George King. 
John D. Glandy. 
Daniel Mclntire. 
Abraham Philips. 
Thomas Hampton. 
Daniel Hardy. 
John Kelly. 
Samuel Knowles. 
Josiah Jones. 
John Clair. 
Adam Horner. 
John Colder. 
Isaac Sawersworth, 
John Jones. 
John Wiles. 
John Neally. 
Charles Williams. 
Daniel Williams. 
Benjn. Hawk. 
\George Keiter. 



Ralph Parker. 
Mathias James. 
John Youngblood. 
Isaac Anderson. 
John Hawk. 
Joseph Fox. 
Jonathan Baits. 
Thomas Rossiter. 
Jacob Buckwalter. 
Saml. Pennypacker. 
John A. Smith. 
James Huston. 
Alexr. McCarrahan. 
Emanuel Grubb. 
Jno. Davis. 
Daniel Stall. 
James Kourtney. 
William Stewart. 
Adam Bankus. 
Henry Reynolds. 
Morris Crozier. 
Peter Heck. 
Jacob Shingle. 
George Rice. 
Jacob Rembey. 
Jesse March. 
Valentine Remby. 
Job Harvey. 
Joseph Lubold. 
Joseph Lahr. 
Edward Murphy. 
John Grubb. 
Philip Hoffecker. 
Joseph Clemens. 
Christian Remby. 
David Thomas. 



140 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS, 



John Jones. 
Daniel Murray. 
Patrick Price. 
William Care. 
Armstrong Salyards. 
James Walters. 
William Goodin. 
Philip Chaffan. 
John Oliver. 
Joseph Himmager. 



Enoch Jenkins. 
Daniel Evans. 
James Akins. 
Henry Remby. 
Philip Clair. 
Nathanl. Jaquet. 
S. M. Davis. 
Anthy. Huzzard. 
George Snyder. 



We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Militia Company under Capt. William Morgan, Regiment 
of as a part of the First Brigade, 2nd Division Pennsylvania 
Militia of the State of Pennsylvania, in the service of the 
United States, under the requisition of the President of the 
4th of July, 1814, and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby 
acknovk^ledge to have received severally from Danil Bussier, 
paymaster of the Militia, the sum of six dollars, in advance, 
as part of our additional pay allowed by act of Assembly, the 
said sum of six dollars being paid to each of us by order of 
his excellency the Governor, under act of Assembly of Feb- 
ruary 22, 1814. Under thecommd. of Col. J. L. Pearson, Octo- 
ber 29th, 1814 . 

Serjeants. 

James Morgan. 

Caleb Smith. 

John Mather. 

Lewis Brooke. 
Charles Crozer. 

Corporals. 

Daniel Trainer. 

William Urian. 

George Davis. 

Isaac Smith. 



George Delany. 
Joseph Davis. 
Enoch Dickinson, 
James Lee. 



Privates. 



Robert Law, 
William Palmer. 
William McGill. 
John Smith. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



141 



Thomas Taylor. 
Samuel Brown. 
Isaac Burns. 
Jonathan Morgan. 
Vernon Lewis. 
Jonathan Davis. 
George Uunn. 
Jeremiah Maul. 
William Mace. 
Davis Smith. 
William McClellan. 
Robert Valentine. 
Joseph Rudolph. 
Aaron Hibbird. 
John Jones. 
Isaac Gore. 
Henry Hanlon. 
Wm. Eppright. 
Samuel White. 
Adam Litzenberg. 
Joseph Rudolph. 
Thomas Rudolph. 
John Scimger. 
Jacob Grim. 
Benj. Arment. 
John Latch. 
David Smith. 
William Freame. 
Enoch Ramsey. 
James Freame. 
Hezekiah Comp. 
Evan Pennell. 
John McDonnell. 
John Stewart. 
George Wells. 
James Holt. 

George . 

John Hoff. 
George Ely. 
Alexr. Geary. 
Elias Warrell. 
John Cozens. 



Jacob Byers. 
Jonathan Vernon. 
Edward Waters. 
William Stewart. 
Joshua Hardy. 
Septamus Flounders. 
John Free. 
William Hail. 
Joseph Green. 
John Green. 
John Heppelfinger. 
Robt. Lithgaw. 
Isaac Sharpless. 
John O'Hauah. 
James McDougall. 
John Robts. Worrell. 
John Fraim. 
Isaac Jones. 
John Hooven. 
Samuel Lindsay. 
James Wright. 
John Kerns. 
Lewis Williamson. 
Israel Jones. 
John Gore, Jr. 
John Crozer. 

Philip . 

John Trites. 
Samuel Humphreys. 
Wm. Trites. 
William Wright. 
William Orr. 
John Ewing. 
John Forsyth. 
James Price. 
Michael Flachardy. 
Isaac Cox. 
Hugh McDade. 
John Morton. 
William Armstrong. 
John Lytle. 



142 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Militia Company com'd by Capt. Wm. Richardson 
Regiment of as a part of the First Brigade 2d Division, Penn- 
sylvania Militia of the State of Pennsylvania in the service 
of the United States, under the requisition of the President 
of the 4th of July, 1814, and subsequent thereto, do each of us 
hereby acknowledge to have received severally from Daniel 
Pussier pay-master of the Militia the sum of six dollars 
in advance, as part of our additional pay allowed by act of 
Assembly, the said sum of six dollars being paid to each of 
us by order of his excellency the Governor, under act of 
Assembly of February 22, 1814. Under command of Lieut. 
Col. Conrad Kirkbaum. 

October 29th, 1814. 

Ensign. 
Daniel McVey. 

Serjeants. 

1st — Thomas Bealer. 
2d — Abraham Carear. 
3rd — Joseph Milligan. 

4th— John Mitchel. 

5th — Jacob Shelve. 

Corporals. 

1st— William Riland. 

2d — Lewis Dagen. 

3rd — Thomas Whit.eman. 

4th — Samuel Widner. 

Drummer. 
Samuel Atkison. 

Privates. 



Lee Smith. 
Michael Wild. 
Joseph Harner. 
Robert Argue. 
George Gregor. 
Levi Dole. 



George Preston. 
David Gouldy. 
John Jenkins. 
John Rodenbock. 
Jess Kinckener. 
Danl. Rinear. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



143 



And'w Rambo. 
Jonas Rambo. 
Timothy Canahan 
George Doyle. 
John Coats. 
Lewis Griffith. 
Isaac Sulender. 
George Mason, 
John Calahan. 
John Drain. 
Joseph Washer. 
John McDermond. 
William Percey. 
William Armstrong. 
William Matson, 
Berkhard Puff. 
William Fool. 
Wm. McCoy. 
John Whitby. 
John Frantz. 
John VanCourson. 
John Cox. 
Charles Cox. 
Daniel Cook. 
John McMichael. 
Thomas Highland. 
Wm. Shephard. 
John ilarvey. 
John Eve. 
Abraham Eve. 
Abraham Bailey. 
Saral. Cressman. 
John Smith. 
John Garner. 
Tobias Frantz. 
Casper Colar. 
John Knuzel. 
Henry Beaver. 
Saml. Shive. 
Saml. Waters. 



Henry Greenwolt. 
And'w Miller. 
Joseph Butler. 
John Hurst. 
James Shart. 
John Beaver. 
Henry Benner. 
Henry Bruner. 
Isiah Rambo. 
Charles McClain. 
John Eswick. 
Joseph McCleland. 
Saml. Peters. 
Danl. Rawn. 
Philip Rymar. 
John Stewart. 
Joseph Buckwalter. 
John Hartenstine. 
John Beaver. 

Michael Kugler. 

Samuel Daniels. 

John Graham. 

Charles Evans. 

Richard Duffield. 

George Dager. 

John Goshow. 

Jesse Horning. 

Adam Fleck. 

John Mathias. 

John King. 

Jesse Arnan. 

William Bauer. 

John Newberry. 

John Peters. 

William Hogston. 

Michael Wills. 

Henry Garner. 

James Sheppard. 

Jesse Earnest. 



We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Militia Company comd. by Capt. Jacob Wehtz as a 
part of 1st Brigade 2nd Division Pennsylvania Militia of the 



144 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



State of Pennsylvania, in tlie service of the United States, 
under the requisition of the President of the 4th of July, 
1814, and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby acknowl- 
edge to have received severally from Daniel Bussier, pay- 
maser of the Militia, the sum of six dollars, in advance, as 
part of our additional pay allowed by act of Assembly, the 
said sum of six dollars being paid to each of us by order of 
his excellency the Governor, under act of Assembly of Feb- 
ruary 22, 1814. Under comrad. of Lieut. Col. Conrad Kirk- 
baum, Oct. 29, 1814. 



Serjeants. 



William Choyce. 

George Ellicott. 

Isaac B. Kemble. 

Jacob Snyder. 

Abel Morris. 

Corporals. 

Abrm. Gunsinhouser. 
David Williams. 

Jacob Slack. 
Joseph Ashton. 



Privates. 



Henry Wilson. 
Charles Hamer. 
William Burney. 
Jacob Deddier. 
James Dyer. 
Joseph Rynear. 
Jacob Brandt. 
Jacob Engle. 
Jno. Bisbing. 
Saml. Yerkes. 
Jesse Ramsey. 
Edward McCoon. 
Jesse Donely. 
John Barnes. 
Andw. Kreer. 
Israel Gilbert. 
Gilbert Walton. 



George S. Yerkes. 
Elon Carmon. 
William Linn. 
John Henry. 
Henry Miller. 
Jesse Johnson. 
Richd. Drake. 
William Johnson. 
John Harr. 
John Trexler. 
Elias Gilkeson. 
John Washborn. 
Jacob Redifer. 
John Getman. 
Samuel Wright. 
Abner Cope. 
Philip Smith. 



WAR OF 1812-1S14. 



145 



John Kreer. 
James Wentz. 
Edward Sweeny. 
Tobias Shull. 
Jesse Gilbert. 
Thomas West. 
Jacob Smith. 
Christian Burns. 
Jolin Forker. 
John Weeks. 
Benjn. Yerkes. 
Henry Kreer. 
William Mann. 
Samuel Davis. 
Andrew Roberts. 
Charles Search. 
Benjamin Yerkes, Jun. 
Jacob Larkins. 

(Mutilated). 
Henry Cooker. 
Jacob Cammel. 
John Henry, Jur. 
Henry Forrest. 
Henry Foust. 
Michael Hurlougher. 
George Shade. 
George Reed. 
Philip Daywalt. 



George Jacob. 
Jacob Crouse. 
Daniel Brey. 
Israel Thomas. 
Jacob Daring. 
John Stettler. 
Isaac Ruth. 
John Shaver. 
Samuel Thacker. 
Francis Tomlinson. 
John Reed. 
Samuel Lessig. 
Joseph Ettinger. 
John Bigheard. 
George Sholler. 
David Wambold. 
John Whitman. 
John Haring. 
Peter Kolb. 
Mathias Showeck. 
John Morty. 
Conrad Benner. 
Christian Long. 
James Kelly. 
Benjn. Valentine. 
Henry Grub. 
Edward Crowson. 
Jacob Land. 



We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Militia Company Com'd by Capt. Wetherby Regiment 
of as a part of the 1st Brigade 2d Division, Pennsylvania 
Militia cf the State of Pennsylvania, in the service of the 
United States, under the requisition of the President of the 
4th of July, 1814, and subsequent thereto do each of us hereby 
acknowledge to have received severally from Daniel Bussier, 
pay-master of the Militia, the sum of six dollars, in advance, 
as part of our additional pay allowed by Act of Assembly, 
the said sum of six dollars being paid to each of us by order 
of his Excellency the Governor, under Act of Assembly of 
February 22, 1814, under the com'd of J. L. Pearson. 

October 29th, 1814. 

10— Vol. VII— 6th Ser. 



146 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Serjeants. 

1st — James McGuigan. 

2n(l— Johu Taylor. 

3rd — George Peters. 

4th— Thomas Ash. 

Corporals. 

1st— Patrick McGuigan. 

2nd— Samuel Roberts. 

3rd — Barney McGuigan. 

4th— Benjamin Yarnall. 

Privates. 



Saml. Bittle. 
Wm. Rawgel. 
Robt. Steel. 
Eli Rettew. 
David Cornig. 
Thomas Brown. 
James Mitchell. 
Robert Valentine. 
James Hodge. 
William Davis. 
William Graaff. 
George Heine. 
James Huff. 
George Russel. 
Peter Smith. 
John Griffith. 
Fredrick Chase. 
John Burnit. 
John Hawthorn. 
Curtis Barlow. 
Joseph Murphy. 
John Gorby. 
Cornelius Wright. 
Jacob Young. 
Aaron Beale. 
Wm. Odenheimer. 
Valentine Dick. 
Gilead Burns. 
William Weare. 
David Jay. 
Wm. McGlaughlin. 



John R. Price. 
Abel. Smedly. 
Jacob Steward. 
Archibald Dougherty. 
John S. Travis. 
John Valley. 
William Smith. 
Richard Warnick. 
Thomas Marshall. 
Jacob Kizer. 
John Wheeling. 
Aaron Smith. 
Wm. McCrack. 
Wm. Mace. 
James Taylor. 
John Davis. 
Leven Banard. 
John Hoops. 
William Turner. 
Andrew Black. 
Felix Fields. 
John Kelly. 
James Weare. 
Henry Collens. 
Samuel Burnit. 
Samuel Russell. 
Joseph Esworthy. 
Jesse Green. 
Charles Smith. 
Mathew Hopkins. 
James McCay. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



147 



Thomas Mercer. 
James Weer, Jr. 
Jos. Griffith. 
Benj. Allison. 
Alexander Parks. 
Henry Bean. 
Isaac Tomkins. 
Baldwin Weaver. 
Jesse McKinstry. 
Richard Clayton. 
Thomas Jones. 
Woodword Hampton- 
Aaron Larance. 
Anthony N. Sill. 
Nicholas Marrow. 
Jeremiah Dutton. 
Andrew Hunter. 
Dan'l Likens. 
Alexander McCoy. 
John Smith. 
Reuben Miles. 
George McBride. 



Wra. McGlaughlin. 
John Hook. 
Fredk. Stimel. 
David Torton. 
Jonathan Gibson. 
Alex'r Torbert. 
John H. Craig. 
John King. 
Peter Harper. 
Jno. Barlow. 
Joel Scott. 
Richard Baker. 
Vincent Jester. 
Nehemiah Baker. 
Abel Green. 
Charles McGarrity. 
Daniel Bromell. 
Francis Harbison. 
John Alcot (deserted). 
John Pyle. 
Jno. L. Hannum. 



We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Militia Company, Capt. Samuel Flack Regiment of as 
a part of the First Brigade, Second Division Pennsylvania 
Militia of the State of Pennsylvania, in the service of the 
United States, under the requisition of the President of the 
4th of July, 1814, and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby 
acknowledge to have received severally from Daniel Pussier, 
paymaster of the Militia, the sum of six dollars, in advance, 
as part of our additional pay allowed by act of Assembly, 
the said f^um of six dollars being paid to each of us by order of 
his excellency the Governor, under act of Assembly of Feb- 
ruary 22, 1814. Under the comd. of Andw. Gilkeyson, Lt. Col., 
October 30. 1814. 



Privates. 
George .Vrkerman, On furlow Oct. 19th. for 10 days, not re- 
turned. 
Joseph Amey, On furlow Oct. 28th. for 6 days. 
Thomas Anderson, Substitute. 
George Applebach. 



148 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Jacob Buck. 
John Berrier. 
Frederick Berrier. 
John Barut. 

William — - — . 



Jonas Cresman, Substitute. 

Gharles Sebastian. 

Jno. Clymer. 

Fredk. Cronner. 

Adam Cline. 

Samuel Clark. 

Joseph Dull. 

Saml. Dehl, on furhaw Oct. 10th. for 10 Days, not returned. 

Abraham . 

Michael Darrah, on furlow Oct. 18th. for 10 days, not re- 
turned. 
Saml. Eckart. 

Elias . 

Philip Frankenfield. 

George Fluck, on furlow Oct. 28th. until 4th November, 

Henry Fisher. 

Joseph Frederick. 

John Frank. 

Jacob . 

Abraham . 

Michael . 

Peter Heft. 

Vail . 



Sebastian Horme. 

Peter Haffner. 

Joseph Harwich. 

Jacob Home. 

Sebastian Home. 

Bartholemew Kneckel. 

William Knickle. 

John King, on furlow Oct. 23rd. for 10 days. 

George Keller, on furlow Oct. 20th. for 15 days. 

Peter Keller, Substitute. 

John Keller. 

Peter . 

Aaron Kitchen. 

Solomon Lightcap, on furlow Oct. 3rd. for 10 Days, not re- 
turned. 
Philip Lessey. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 149 

Peter Lewis. 

John Leach. 

Saml. Large, on furlow Oct. 27th. for 6 Days. 

George Mood. 

Edward McCarty. 

Peter Mickly. 

Barnard Mason, on furlow Oct. 28tb. for 6 Days. 

Jacob Miller. 

John Miller. 

David . 

Jacob Nicholas. 

Abraham Newhard. 

Jacob Mace. 

Peter Opp, on furlow Oct. 23rd. for 11 days. 

John Opp. 

John Ohl. 

Isaac Ott. 

Henry . 

Saml. Rude, on furlow Oct. 26 for 10 Days. 

John Regie, on furlow Oct. 19th. for 10 days, not returned. 

Thomas Rathmell, Substitute, 

Joseph Rinkhart. 

Saml. Steckel. 

Robert Smith. 

Jacob Smith. 

William Strawn. 

Daniel Shive. 

Henry Simes, Substitute. 

Thomas Swarts. 

George . 

Jacob Snyder. 
Jacob Schoch. 

Joseph . 

Henry Slight. 
Jacob Strome. 
George Smith. 
Martin Shive. 
John Sellers. 
Michael Stonebach. 

Jacob , on furlow Oct. 28th. for 6 Days. 

John Datesman. 
George Warne. 
Anthony Weyerbach. 



150 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



David Wood, on furlow Oct. 24th. until 4th. November. 
Jacob Widner. 

Henry . 

John Zelles. 
John Yost. 



We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Militia Company comd. by Capt. Geo. Hartman Regi- 
ment of as a part of the First Brigade 2d Division Pennsyl- 
vania Militia of the State of Pennsylvania in the service of the 
United States, under the requisition of the President of the 
4th of July, 1814, and subsequently thereto do each of us hereby 
acknowledge to have received severally from Daniel Bussier, 
pay-master of the Militia, the sum of six dollars, in advance, 
as part of our additional pay allowed by Act of Assembly, 
the said sum of six dollars being paid to each of us by order 
of his excellency the Governor, under Act of Assembly, of 
February 22, 1814. Under comd. of Col J. L. Pearson, 65 
Regiment. 

October 30th, 1814. 



1st. Peter Rentgen. 
2nd. Thomas Harris. 
3rd. Sampson Davis. 

1st. James Huston. 
2d. John Hippie. 



Henry Smith. 
William Rhoades. 
Saml. Strough. 
John Moses. 
Nicholas March. 
George Miller. 
Peter Snyder. 
Lewis Roberts. 
George Hippie. 
Ezekiel Powel. 
Henry Moses. 
Gabfial Watson. 



Names. 
Serjts. 

4th. Thomas Neal. 

5th. John Miller. 

Corporals. 

3rd. Lewis Orner. 
' 4th. Jacob Rhoads. 

Privates. 

Jacob Heck. 
John Scott, deserted. 
James Himes. 
George Priser. 
Ebenezer Griffith. 
Caleb Townsend. 
John Wynn. 
Jonathan Wynn. 
1 homas Leighton. 
John Beekley. 
Dan'l Glower. 
T)avi<l Gunn. 



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151 



Jacob Lineinger. 
Saml. Martin. 
John Defrain. 
Jacob Lear. 
Nicholas Keizer. 
Valentine Shelish. 
Henry Snyder. 
Henry Baughekerch. 
Jacob Davidsizer. 
George Hoffman. 
Thomas Snyder. 
G. C. Campbell. 
John Meezer. 
David Williams. 
Abraham Schlichter. 
Michael Diemer. 
John Walter. 
Peter Snyder. 
Dan'l Link. 
Leonard Walter. 
Owen Evans, 
^xeorge Biquell. 
Hfcnry Hippie. 
Caspar Kipple. 
Jaccb H^man. 
Israel ''Cepl^r. 
John Cn.-ys. 
Thomas Cr^^^s. 
John Harpel. 
Fred'h Sheeder. 
George Deery. 
Henry Christman. 
George Essick. 
Joseph Root. 
David Walkinghood. 
Henry Smith. 
William Lacy, deserted. 
C. Fitzsummons. 



Saml. Ligget, deserted. 

Will'm Starrett. 

Jacob Helbert. 

Jesse Watkin. 

Isaac Miller. 

Jacob Stoufer. 

Benj'n Roberts, deserted. 

Saml. Griffith. 

James Matson. 

Saml. Hersh." 

John Bush. 

David Root. 

William Emery. 

Fred'k Deeds. 

Samuel Wideuer. 

Jacob Mock. 

Samuel Everheart. 

George Keeley. 

Jesse Thomas. 

Henry Turner. 

Philip Betts. 

Henry March, returned. 

John Viant. 

Henry Kiter. 

Thomas Howel. 

John Gregory. 

Henry Houp. 

William Beavens. 

George Snyder. 

Saml. Loyd. 

Peter Jery. 

James Guest. 

Dnvid Monroe, returned. 

^,un?i. Lpighton, deserted. 

Peter Yenger. 

William Custer 

Peter Hippie. 

Jacob Root. 



We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Militia Company Captain Nathan James Regiment of 
as a part of the First Brigade Second Division Pennsylvania 
Militia of the State of Pennsylvania, in the service of the 
Unitel States, under the requisition of the President of the 



152 



PENNSYLVxVNIA VOLUNTEERS. 



4th of July, 1814, and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby 
acknowledge to have received severally from Daniel Bussier, 
paymaster of the Militia, the sum of six dollars, in advance, 
as part of our additional pay allowed by Act of Assembly, 
the said sum of six dollars being paid to each of us by order 
of his excellency the Governor, under Act of Assembly of 
February 22, 1814. Under the commd. of Andw. Gilkyson, Lt. 
Col., October 30, 1814. 



Isaac James, 

Griffith Jones. 

Abia James. 

David Riale. 

William Miller. 

Joel Evans. 

William Scott. 

John James. 

Nicholas Wanamaker, Absent 

without leave. 
Andrew Armstrong. 
John Ashton, furlow to the 

1st November. 
Samuel Ardman. 
Jacob (?). 
Silas Barton. 
Chrisr. Bartle. 
Henry Black. 
Benjn. Callender. 
William Carman. 
William Gathers. 
Aaron Cantton. 
Jacob Craemer. 
Abraham Craemer. 
Samuel Crager. 
Simeon Carr. 
Samuel Dinnison. 
Jobr Elliot. 
Thomas Ell'ot. 
Michael (?). 
Benjn. Fulton. 
Henry Flach. 
Simon Good. 
Thomas Good, furlow to the 

4th Novehber, 1814. 



Thomas Good. 

Alexr. Gadis. 

Henry Gadis. 

William Gadis. 

John Gares. 

Joseph Gordon. 

John Grant. 

F'razer Henry. 

Jesse Hubbs. 

Jesse Hairar. 

John Horn. 

Jon. Hunt-man. 

Samuel (?). 

Thomas Harris. 

John Hartzel. 

William James. 

James James. 

Isaac James. 

Thomas James Deserted. 

John Jp lies 

John e"..^''ames. 

Abne^ James. 

Jonas Jobson, furluw to the 

'tth :>ovehber, 1814. 
Tbrmas Joyce. 
Henry Kellso. 
Moses Louden. 
Cortlin Leor. 
George Leaver, 
Benjn. Mathew 
Joseph Michener. 
Charles McCaffer ("). 
AVilliam Mitchell. 
W. McConnel. 
Joseph Nash. 



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163 



David Nailer. 

Jno. Osljach. 

Heury Peltit. 

James Pennington. 

John Polk. 

H. Perringer. 

Charles Price. 

Jno. Rockafelser. 

Edward Roberts. 

Richard Riale, furlow to the 

4th Novehber, 1814. 
Thomas Robins. 
Garret Ryder. 
Jacob Reppert. 
James Swager. 
Phillip Swagger. 
John Smith. 
William Scheffer, furlow to 

the 4th November, 1814. 



John Stockton. 
James Starkey. 
John Solomon. 
John Scott. 
John Stout. 
David Siple. 
John Simmcrman. 
John Solady. 
William Tennis. 
Elias Thomas. 
Matthew Thomas. 
P. Vanemaker. 
Robt. Vanhorn. 
Dennis Wismer. 
Obadiah Wile. 
Isaac Young. 
Moses Aaron. 
David Johnston. 
Simon Shafer. 



We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Militia Company commd. by Capt. Benezett as a Regi- 
ment of part of the First Brigade 2nd. Division Penna. Militia 
of the State of Pennsylvania, in the service of the United 
States, under the requisition of the President of the 4th 
of July, 1S14, and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby 
acknowledge to have received severally from Daniel Bussier, 
paymaster of the Militia, the sum of six dollars, in advance, 
as part of our additional pay allowed by Act of Assembly, 
the said sum cf six dollars being paid to each of us by order 
of his excellency the Governor, under Act of Assembly of 
February 22, 1814. Under the commd. of Andw. Gilkesson, 
Lt. Col., Novr. 1st., 1814. 



.Joseph Harrison. 
Joseph Milnor. 
David Bowman. 
Joseph Vansant. 
Henry Graham. 
Daniel Bailey. 
Hugh Morton. 
Joseph West. 



Privates. 

Samuel Copeland. 
William Gosline. 
Johnston Leich. 
Benjamin Scott. 
Cornelius Vandegrift. 
John Branson. 
John Green. 
Samuel Caben. 



154 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Joseph Lawrence. 

William Renshaw. 

John Shafer. 

Peter Weasel. 

John Callanan. 

Josiah Haines. 

David Sipler. 

Robt. Sanderson. 

Samuel Mood. 

Moses Doan. 

Ira Titus. 

James Gregg. 

Joseph Brown, Deserted. 

Amos Morris. 

Thomas Kirgan. 

Joel Allen. 

Andw. Crozer. 

Joseph Cutleon. 

James Hunter. 

A. Armstrong 

Charles Snyder. 

Aaron Broadnix. 

Joseph Bradon. 

William Winder, deserted. 

Jacob Slack. 

Joseph Cappel. 

William Naphas. 

Christopher Johnston. 

Richard Winship. 

George Northrop. 

William Booz. 

Adam Rue. 

Ebenezer Stackhouse. 

Henfy Tomlinson. 

Joseph Slack. 

Charles Reilly. 

Henry Boozer. 

Jesse Vernon. 

David Tombz. 

Mitchel Wright. 

Richard Rue. 

Moses Cox. 

Benjamin Lawrence. 

John Sutton. 

Thomas Davis. 



John Harrison. 
John Gibbs. 
Daniel Carigan. 
Charles Bloomsbury. 
John Vandegrift. 
John Cummens. 
Clement Ritchison. 
Thomas Scattergood. 
William T. Vandegrift. 
Valentine Wells. 
Peter States. 
James Douglass. 
James Barnhill, 
W. H. Wilkison. 
Joseph Wise. 
John Wollard. 
Joshua Wynkoop. 
John D. Rich. 
Benjn. Sisco. 
Zacheus States. 
Benjn. Wright. 
Joel Molsberry. 
Mahlon Stackhouse. 
Thomas Evans. 
George Sipler. 
Charles Patterson. 
Francis White, Deserted. 
Abm. Murdock. 
Jonathan Jackson. 
William Allen. 
Benjamin Sutton. 
Jacob Shafer. 
Henry Bowman. 
Malachi White. 
John Cox. 
John Dobbel. 
Jacob Carson. 
James Woodington. 
E. C. Hutchinson. 
Robt. McMasters. 
Joseph Brelsford. 
John Guyson, Deserted. 
James Sopus, Deserted. 
Amos Hunter. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 155 

Joseph Booz, Furlow. William Nelson. 

Nathan Tomlinson. Wm. R. Hanna. 

Samuel Wink. William Babcock, Drummer. 



We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Militia Company com'd by Captain Kelly Regiment 
of or a part of the First Brigade 2d Division, Penna. Militia 
of the State of Pennsylvania, in the service of the United 
States, under the requisition of the President of the 4th 
of July, 1814, and subsequently thereto, do each of us hereby 
acknowledge to have received severally from Daniel Bussier, 
paymaster of the Militia, the sum of six dollars, in advance, 
as part of our additional pay allowed by Act of Assembly, 
the said sum of six dollars being paid to each of us by order 
February 22, 1814. Under the com'd of Andrew Gilkyson, Lt. 
Col., Nov. 1st., 1814. 



Elijah Opdick, 1st Serjt. 
Jonathan Smith, 2d Serjt. 

Lewis Rice, 3rd Serjt. 
Jacob Overholt, 4th Serjt. 
William Adis, 1st Corp. 

John Price, 2d Corp. 

Adam Kemp, 3rd Corp. 

Joseph Williams, 4th Corp. 



Privates. 

Archibald Adkinson. John Christman. 

Joel Blackesly. Isaac Coulton. 

Thomas Brinton. Ab'm Dannehower. 

Isaac Bennett. Michael Deemer. 

Joseph Beatz. Benj. Ettinger. 

George Bishop. John Eagle. 

John Cobble. William Elwill. 

Robt. Collins. Jacob Fryling. 

William Cooper. Charles Fleming. 

Joel Chesten. Jonathan Force. 

William Crow. Jacob Funck. 

Israel Crow. Peter Fluck. 



156 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Yost Foolmer. 
Philip Gile. 
Henry Greeow. 
Samuel Hoagland. 
George Hill. 
Philip Hufman. 
Eli Hibbs. 
Jno. Huffman. 
John Hough. 
James Johnston. 
David Jackson. 
Joseph Kinsey. 
Abel Kelly. 
James Kennedy. 
John Kessler. 
Joseph Lovett. 
Britton Lazaler. 
William Loyd. 
Henry Lewis. 
George Leer. 
Peter Long. 
Joseph Landis. 
Jno. Lewis. 
John Moon. 
Thomas McCarty. 
James McKinstrey. 
George Myer. 
Conrad Overpeck. 
Henry Overpeck. 
John Ott. 
Philip Peck. 
Jacob Phylor. 
William Powers. 
Peter Raub. 
John Raisnor. 
Jacob Raub. 
Adam Shawger. 



Will'm Shawger. 
John W. Shwiz. 
Jno. Shoemaker. 
Joseph Smith. 
Henry Shevir. 
Stephen Snare. 
Joseph Satinger. 
Conrad Shettz. 
Michael Shettz. 
Jacob Shank. 
Elijah Sharp. 
George Trawger. 
Jacob Trauger. 
Joseph Trumbower. 
Job. Townsen. 
Christian Trauger. 
George Tetimer. 
Jacob Vandegrift. 
Ambrose Wilcox. 
Nicholas Walter. 
Dan'l Wright. 
David Williams. 
Joseph Allen. 
Henry Hatnick. 
Benj. Jacoby. 
John Carty. 
Robert Johnson. 
Martin Marshall. 
Jno. Beans. 
John Barns. 
John Ongany. 
Cornelius Mahan. 
Stacy Roberts. 
Saml. Reason. 
Frederic Hillpot. 
Henry Peck. 



We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Militia Company commd. by Capt. (same) Wilson, Reg- 
iment of as a part of the 1st Brigade, 2nd. Division, Pennsyl- 
vania Militia of the State of Pennsylvania, in the service of the 
United States, under the requisition of the President of the 4th 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



157 



of July, 1814, and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby 
acknowledge to have received, severally from Daniel Bussier, 
paymaster of the Militia, the sum of six dollars, in advance, 
as part of our additional pay allowed by Act of Assembly, 
the said sum of six dollars being paid to each of us by order 
of his excellency the Governor, under Act of Assembly of 
February 22, 1814. Under the commd. of Lt. Col. Andw. Gil- 
heson, November Isl, 1S14. 



Serjeants. 

Jacob Kohl, Substitute. 

John Rodebaugh. 

Alex. Cochran. 

Jacob Sigafoss, Substitute. 

Joseph Rasoner, Substitute. 

Corporals. 

John Rasoner. 

James Carver. 

Jesse Armstrong. 



Privates. 



Jacob Roof. 

Jacob Ulmer, Deserted. 
Dennis O Daniel. 
Danl. Wimer. 
Simon Rasoner. 
Jacob Strouse. 
John Miller. 
.Philip Strouse. 
Henry Ulmer. 
Conrad Boocher. 
George Miller. , 

George Mills. 
Nicholas Lamking. 
Andrew Boocher. 
Abraham Frauger. 
Jacob Lefever. 
Willm. Morris. 
Philip Hammerstone. 
Thomas McCarty. 
Jacob Mills. 



Jacob Regie. 

Emanuel Gordon, musician. 

Abraham Yonken. 

John Hager. 

John Mills. 

John Melone. 

Joseph Kohl. 

Thomas McRoy, Substitute. 

Andrew Headman. 

Peter Seiner, on furlow. 

Adam Whitsal, Deserted. 

Henry Grove. 

Samuel Miers. 

John Herron. 

Samuel Getman. 

George Long. 

Samuel Shilly. 

George Barrett, Substitute. 

George Harr. 

Abraham Loyster. 



158 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Danl. Rodenbush. 

Jacob Wolf. 

James McNely, Substitute. 

John Swope. 

Barnet Snyder. 

Joseph Lear. 

John Wildonger. 

Danl. Snyder, on furlow. 

Joshua B. Cahin. 

Mahlon Clawson. 

John Holcomb. 

Andrew Ruth. 

Jonathan Opdyke. 

Isaac Housworth. 

Jacob Warner. 

Peter Sarapsel. 

Jacob Warner. 

John Wimer. 

John Knight, musician. 

Martin Young. 

Philip Barrow, on furlow. 

Peter Christine. 

Isaac -Sellers. 

Jacob Hembt. 

Saml. Wiclile, on furlow. 

Henry Pearson. 

Joseph Sterner. 

Joseph Hefft. 

Henry Trough. 

Samuel Crimer. 



Isaac Barrow. 

Ludwick Long. 

.Jacob Shoemaker. 

Jacob Losey. 

Daniel Dillow. 

John Warner. 

Moses Boocher. 

George Grube, on furlow. 

John Stroup. 

James McPeake. 

Henry Good. 

George Mills, Durham. 

Henry Mougle, Substitute. 

John Wolfengot, Substitute. 

Nicholas Yonker, Substitute. 

Philip Plots. 

Michael Barrow. 

William Sign. 

Andrew Walter. 

Jacob Lewis, on furlow. 

Isaac Benuet. 

John Mclntire. 

Henry Stone. 

William Swope, on furlow. 

Henry Gilmer, Discharged. 

John Dixon, Discharged. 

Isaac Whitsal, Discharged. 

George Rapp, Discharged. 

John Buck. 

Thomas Dixon. 



SECOND DIVISION, SECOND 
BRIGADE— 1812-14. 



RETURN OF OFFICERS AND MEN, 
SECOND BRIGADE, SECOND DIVISION- 
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32ND. REGIMENT. 



Captain. 
John Lazalier. 

Lieut. 
Abraham Hagerman. 

Ensign. 
Thomas Cooper. 



Privates. 



James Lott. 
Joseph Brelsford. 
Charles Bates. 
Jones Sandorz. 
Joseph Johnston. 
Joseph Ferse. 
William Mee. 
Carr Blombolt. 
Garret Christy. 
John Wezel. 
Anjaziah Beets. 
Pearson Hamilton. 
James Bisnet. 
John P. Booz. 
John Larzaleer, the 2nd. 
Montgomery Vansant. 
Samuel Hibbs. 
William T. Vandegrift. 
Jacob Vandegrift, Senr. 
Tunis Titus. 



Joseph Randle. 
Joseph Rodman. 
John Thompson. 
Peter Johnston. 
William Wilson. 
Benjamin Scott. 
Mahlon Groom. 
John Singleton. 
Daniel Rine. 
Andrew Singleton. 
William Green. 
Able Kelly. 
Daniel Kirgam. 
Moses Dorn. 
Hector Thompson. 

Lacy. 

Richard Appleton. 
David Tombe. 
Ebeneazer Green. 
William Gozlin. 



186 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Charles Snidor. 
Alexander Armstion. 
Thomas Kelly. 
Jesse Morris. 
Moses Wright. 
Jahfes Severns. 
John Gibbs. 
Jacob Willard. 
John Mitchel. 
Frances White. 
Jacob Cotbon. 

Joseph Allen. 

Isaac Milnor. 

Thomas Divise. 

Benjamin Allente. 

Henry Watson. 

Samuel Hellings. 

John Prawl. 

Stephen Slackhouse. 

Joseph Hunt. 

James Campbell. 

Thomas Bunting. 

Jesse Green. 

Moses Kelly. 



John Devol. 
Thomas Milnor. 
John Rue. 
Jacob Carson. 
Robert Wesley. 
David Johnston. 
Allen West. 
Richard Rickey. 
James Gahene. 
Hugh Weldon. 
John Pinkerton. 
William Buckman. 
Enes Margaram. 
William Warton. 
Joseph Wilson. 
Richard Flowers. 
Samuel Lovet. 
John Johnston. 
James Stack. 
John Winner. 
David Harvey. 
William Mertondale. 
George Terry. 
Joseph Burkon. 



32ND. REGIMENT. 

Captain. 
Abner Johnston. 

Lieutenant. 
John Kiew. 

Ensign. 
John White. 



Jesse Miller. 
Jacob Cox. 
Thomas Stockholm. 
John Stackhouse. 
Moses Laren. 
John Kiemus. 



Privates. 

Charles Titus. 
Evan Lovet. 
Joshua Wynkoop. 
Thomas Wohard. 
Joseph Singley. 
Alexander Vansant. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



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Samuel Scott. 
Jacob Vandegrift, Senr. 
Cornelius Vandegrift. 
Mahlon Ridge. 
John Care. 
William Hibbs. 
Benjn. Scott. 
Brittain Larzalier. 
Jonathan Auron. 
Jonathan Wittel. 
William Burton. 
James Boyd. 
Johnston Letch. 
Charles Howell. 
Henry Lewis. 
Joseph Smith. 
Joseph Davenport. 
Alen Taylor. 
Joseph Banden. 
Charles Tompkins. 
William Rowland. 
John Kimble. 
David Ozlurn, Junr. 
Edward Wiley. 
Joshua Scott. 
Peter States. 
James Kennady. 
George Pew. 
Isaac Bennet. 
John Bunting. 
George Huhn. 
Isaac Thockey 
Jacob Watson. 



Welsley Stackhouse. 
Chandler Stackhouse. 
Michael Cruley. 
William Nelson. 
Mahlon Chusly. 
Joseph Rean. 
John Swift. 
Aaron Brown. 
John Parker. 
Joseph Crozer. 
William Doble. 
Jesse Larence. 
Jesse Henrey. 
James Barnhill. 
John Slack. 
Joseph Green. 
Ezekiel Brelsford. 
Thomas Stradling. 
Jacob Dean. 
Wm. Emmett. 
David Bailey. 
William Winder. 
Joel Cook. 
John Winder. 
Wm. R. Hannah. 
Joseph Becks. 
Wm. Krewson. 
Wm. Smith. 
Joseph Yardley. 
Thos. Flemings. 
George Terry. 
Joseph Elliot. 



48TH REGIMENT VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY. 



Captain. 
John Irvin. 



Lieutenant. 
Joseph Richardson, 



188 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Jacob Vanhart. 
John Miller. 



John Scott. 
Christopher Pierson. 
Jesse Pretchel. 
Francis Irwin. 
Wm. Magraw. 
Aron Pierson. 
Chris. Vanhorn. 
Edward Bradfield. 
Joseph Vanhorn. 
John Blalter. 
John Vanhorn. 
Thos. Gold. 
Jonathan Randle. 



2nd Lieutenant. 
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Ensign. 
John Brooks. 

Sergts. 

Oliver Irwin. 
Timothy Slack 

Privates. 

Cornelius Slack. 
Thomas Powner. 
John Lake. 
Benjamin Brown. 
William Hustin. 
Joseph Elliot. 
Torbert Subis. 
Daniel Bowden. 
John Flemings. 
Robert Harman. 
Beuj'n Slack. 
Samuel Parker. 



48TH REGIMENT VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY. 



Captain. 
John Vanartsdalen. 



Lieutenant. 
Andrew Scott. 



Samuel Banes. 
Joseph Redman. 
James Adams. 



Ensign. 
Benjn Montanye. 

Privates. 

Israel Worthington. 
Joel Carver. 
Patrick McManises. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



John Crawford. 
Jacob Brown. 
Wm. Banes. 
Harman Yerkes. 
Lott. Bennet. 
William Biddle. 
Wm. Barnes. 
Saml. McDowell. 
John Opdyek. 
Samuel Rodman. 
Hugh Jameson. 
John Scott. 
Joseph Miller. 
John Bair. 
Jesse Washmon. 
Charles Penox. 
Asa Knight. 
Joseph Eastburn. 
Enos Randal. 
Hugh McDowel. 
William Delaney. 
Bartholemew Miller. 
Joseph Roberts. 
Amon Martendale. 
Benjamin Bennet. 



Wm. Rude. 
Joseph Randal. 
Edward Weisner. 
James Crawford. 
George Prior. 
Peter Louderslater. 
Robert Burchill. 
Samuel Hough. 
Henry Keller. 
John Scott. 
Joseph Hull. 
Samuel Heston. 
Jesse Edwards. 
Wm. Paxon. 
John Vandegrift. 
Simon Lafferts. 
Amos Winner. 
William Atkinson. 
Joseph Crosedale. 
James GrifSth. 
Samuel Win. 
John Everet. 
Joseph Williams. 
William Dennison. 



48TH REGIMENT VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY. 



Captain. 
Joseph Vandyck. 

Lieutenant. 
Thos. Banford. 

Ensign. 
Adam Carr. 



Amos Spenser. 
John Blaker, Senr. 
Jesse Johnston. 
Jesse Slack. 



Privates. 

Noah Lambert. 
Gillian Cornell. 
William Vandike. 
John 



190 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



John Spencer. 
Stephen Beans. 
Jonathan Knight. 
Nathan Marple. 
Henry McCoy. 
Jacob Bodine. 
Robert Darrah. 
Josiah Callender. 
Daniel Knox. 
John Kirkpelrick. 
Enoclt Thomas. 
Welhelemms Vansant. 
John Stinson. 
James Hunt. 
Goden Hale. 
Amos Stuck. 
Elijah Updyek. 
James Colenysgrave. 
Joshua Comson. 
Lemuel Price. 
William Blair. 
Enoch Bailey. 
Jonathan Gifford. 
Nicholas Vanzel. 
Isaac Krewsen. 
Henry Vanartsdalen. 
John Jones. 
John Maberey. 
Thomas Colbert. 



Jacob Buskirk. 
James Johnston. 
Joseph Taylor. 
David McNair. 
Methias Harvey. 
Abdy Buckman. 
William Allen. 
William Hicks. 
Hugh Atkinson. 
Joseph Medford. 
George Hibbs. 
Samuel Wood. 
David Feaster. 
Garret Kruson. 
John Cornell. 
Whelhemns. 
David Shelmire. 
James Atkinson. 
Uriah Dungan. 
John Webster. 
Adam Bunker. 
John Snare. 
James Flack. 
James Radcliff. 
Thomas Fox. 
Jonathan Fipps. 
Jacob Grove. 
John Grove. 



31ST REGIMENT VOLUNTEER REPUBLICAN BLUES. 



Captain. 
Morgan Thomas. 

Lieutenant. 
Nathan James. 



Ensign. 
Elias Lewis. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



191 



Privates. 



Josiah Thomas. 
Elias Black. 
Simeon Callender. 
Hugh Furgeson. 
Isaac James. 
Thomas Harris. 
Simon Good. 

Wm. 

John Fulton. 
Stephen Rowland. 
Amos Jones. 
Benj'n Callender. 
Wm. Miller. 
Wm. James. 
Wm. Fenas. 
Barten James. 
Benj'n Mathew. 

Henry. 

Jacob Nunemaker. 
James Snodgrass. 



John W. Doyl. 
Mason James. 
Abner D. Jones. 
Jesse Bubbs. 
James Vanfosen. 
David Reale. 
Griffith Jones. 
Moses Aron. 
John Greer. 
Jesse Harrow. 
Joseph F. James. 
James James. 
Thomas Elliot. 
John Morris. 
Joseph Bair. 
Andrew Simpson. 
Thomas James. 
Benjamin James. 
Isaac James (Mason). 



31ST REGIMENT VOLUNTEER REPUBLICAN BLUES. 



Captain. 
John Kelly. 

Lieutenant. 
Emanuel Solliday. 



Privates. 



Aaron Cobble. 
Lewis Coryell. 
William Dilworth. 
Ezekiel Trestone. 
David Hanold. 
Henry Herlinger. 
Jesse Johnston. 
Oliver Lewis. 
Joseph Mitchell. 



Christopher Pearson. 
Thomas Redline. 
James Starkey. 
Isaac Williams. 
Christen Blackfan. 
Jonah Kitchin. 
Robert Mackentire. 
Emanuel Worman. 
John Buck. 



192 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Bethel Cooper. 
Isaac Weaver. 
John Strouse (Mason). 
Peter Buck. 
Conrad Myers. 
Andrew Ruth. 
Wm. Seeafe. 
Jacob Ruth. 
Mathias Stover. 
Michael Felterman. 
John Barns. 
Joseph Mathew. 
David White. 
Mathias Kipple. 
James McKinstry. 
Samuel Hughs. 
Jonathan Beans. 
Robert Alexander. 
Amos Carver. 
Christian Eckhart. 
Enock Mathias. 
George Beannger. 
Philip Wigle. 
Moses Lowder. 
Joseph White. 
William Shaffer. 
Henry Means. 
Joseph Harris. 
Jacob Swarts. 



Isaac Mitchener. 

John Cable. 

John Crout. 

Joseph Mitchiner. 

Henry Black. 

James Boileau. 

Wm. Carman. 

Joseph Shatinger. 

Samuel Diturler. 

Jacob Hookers. 

John Miller. 

Henry Jones. 

Joel Evans. 

Isaac Young. 

Henry Wartzel. 

Mason Morris. 

Abel Mathews. 

George Eckhart. 

Obiah James. 

John Toy. 

Henry Darreh. 

Doctr. Thos. N. Mindeth. 

Daniel Ott. 

John Shelliburger. 

Solomon Lightcap. 

Jesse Armstrong. 

Anthony Slaughter. 

Abraham Snovel. 

Jacob Black. 



31ST REGIMENT VOLUNTEER REPUBLICAN BLUES. 



Captain. 
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Lieutenant. 
Jonathan Coffee. 



Ensign. 
Wm. Addis. 



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Wm. Coffee. 
Moore Heednalt. 
Jonas Yobson. 
Zackanah Lewis. 
Elijah Mathews. 
George Pownell. 
Thomas Wall. 
Jacob Hangpaugh. 
Thomas Williams. 
John Fox. 
Henry Stonne. 
Abraham Fox, Jr. 
Daniel Snyder. 
Jacob George. 
George Russel. 
George Hiltepot. 
Henry Bargstresser. 
Isaac Lowdenstan. 
George Snyder. 
George Lear. 
John Martin. 
Jacob Weidenayer. 
John Ott. 
John Walton. 
Samuel Gilbert. 
James Slack. 
Thos. Mitchiner. 
Amos Kirk. 
James Pennington. 
George Pearsons. 
Wm. Kirk. 
Garret Cerver. 
James Anderson. 



Privates. 

John Devees. 
Henry Seerborough. 
Abraham Cremer, Jr. 
Abner Lunn. 
Jacob Cramer. 
Dennis Wismer. 
John Bryan. 
Jesse Thomas. 
John Poulton. 
Barnet Kipler. 
Simon Shafer. 
George Cope. 
Mathew Hughs. 
George Climer. 
John Mitchiner. 
Ephraim Thomas. 
Frederick Shull. 
John Hartzel. 
David Christman. 
Isaac Swartz. 
Tobias Lewis. 
Joseph Harvey. 
Francis Hendricks. 
Wm. Huntsman. 
John Hall. 
John Teterly. 
John Yost. 
Frederick Lutz. 
Garret Strawger. 
Peter Ott, Jr. 
Henry Shive. 
Nathan Price. 



15TH REGIMENT VOLUNTEER TROOP OF CAVELRY. 



Captain. 
Nicholas Buck. 



13— Vol. VII- 



1st Lieutenant. 
John Smith. 
-6th Set. 



194 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



2nd Lieutenant. 
Michael Deck. 

Cornet. 
John Fulmer. 



Privates. 



Philip Zerfoss. 
Jacob Overpeck. 
John Sims. 
John Sassaman. 
Jacob Rohle. 
Daniel Affleback. 
Nicholas Kohle. 
Jacob Wolfinger. 
Anthony Greaser. 
Jacob Sossamer. 
Jacob Atgerts. 
Joseph Affleback. 



Lewis Attgorts. 
John Ravely. 
John Nice. 
Conrad Kohle. 
Laurence Frankenfield. 
John Emery. 
Frederick Shick. 
Leorence Pierscon. 
John Price. 
John Roart. 
Jacob Easterly. 
Nicholoss McCarty. 



15TH REGIMENT VOLUNTEER TROOP OF CAVELRY. 



Captain. 
Samuel Wilson. 

Lieutenant. 
Adam Zegafus. 

Ensign. 
Jacob Fulman. 



Privates. 



John Ragor. 
George Riggle. 
Jacob Ruff. 
Peter Kootar. 
Peter Rilter. 
Conrad AUshouse. 



Christian Tranger. 
Michael Hackenfield. 
Daniel Weamer. 
Henry Stover (Carter). 
Abraham Gordon. 
Ellas Riger. 



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195 



David Roberts. 
George Zegafus. 
Henry Hedrick. 
Amos Edwards. 
Andrew Hitman. 
Jesse Dalby. 
John Diehl. 
George Swinker. 
George Fulmer. 
Jacob Funk. 
Joseph Otherholt. 
John Zeller. 
David Allum. 
Jacob Bright. 
Joseph Herwick. 
Samuel Deal. 
Jesse Travel. 
John Klimer. 
Jacob Snider. 
John Ritter. 
Jacob Hump. 
John W. Burson. 
John Sloyer. 
Michael Konsman. 



Wm. Koch. 
John Whitall. 
Joseph Heft. 
Henry Mogel. 
Henry Pearson. 
Fredrick Kromby. 
Henry Houpt. 
Fredrich Lawbough. 
Jacob Uhler. 
Barney Anderson. 
Adam Romig. 
Isaac Mostfetter. 
John Miller. 
Christian Hetrick. 
Adam Wontsetter. 
Henry Hilagus. 
Christian Overholt. 
Jacob Singmaster. 
Tobias Mack. 
.John Raser. 
Henry Kreamer. 
Isaac Fluck. 
Samuel Ecktrail. 
Jacob Filman. 



15TH REGIMENT VOLUNTEER TROOP OF CAVELRY. 

Captain. 
Andrew Heller. 



Jacob Strouse. 
Joshua B. Calven. 
George Rapp. 
Paul Shafer. 
John M. Cole. 
Adam Yost. 



Ensign. 
Henry Sliver. 

Privates. 



John Miles. 
John Huffman. 
Henry Stover, Junr. 
Jacob Miles. 
Conrad Booker. 
Henry Gruber. 



196 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



George Miller. 
Henry Overpeck, 
Abraham Twin. 
George Baranger. 
Edward Haycock. 
Lewis Benner. 
James Griffith. 
Joseph Mouse. 
Jacob Bihn. 
John Burger. 
Thos. McCarty. 
Henry Frankenfleld. 
George Keller. 
John Nicholass. 
John Keller. 
John Keller (Fuller). 
Peter Keller. 
Wm. Strawn. 
Isaac Mills. 
Jacob Man. 
John Fry. 
Jonas Hess. 



Valentine Holshouse. 
George Shetz. 
Isaac Sellers. 
Peter Heft. 
Michael Barron. 
George Werner. 
George Shimmel. 
Wm. Heinlein. 
Gabriel Otherholt. 
Jacob Roup. 
David Hank. 
Moses Booker. 
George Trauger. 
Daniel Fulmer. 
George Mills. 
John Dickson. 
Christian Mossgeli. 
Peter Lewis. 
Christian Kyle. 
Jacob Lewis. 
John Weaver. 
Mathias Housekeeper. 



FIELD AND STAFF OFFICERS WHO ARE TO COMMAND 
THE FORE GOING MILITIA. 



Lieut. Colonel. 
Andrew Gilkason. 

1st Major. 
John S. Bennezett. 

2iid Major. 
Isaac Griffeth. 



Adjutant. 
James Gilkason, 



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Surgeon. 
Eli Kutchen. 

The foregoing are all able Bodied Affective men and are 
willing to step forward in Defence of their Country when they 
shall be called upon by their Superior commanders as we 
have held all the appeals in the Brigade which the officers 
of said 2nd Brigade have thought to be the most proper mode 
of Proceeding in true Conformity to the spirit and meaning 
of the Present militia Law. 

HARMAN VANSANT, 

Brigade Inspector for the 2nd Division 2nd Brigade of Bucks 
County Militia. V |J 



RECEIPT ROLLS— 1812-14. 



(199) 



(200) 



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201 



November 10th 1814. 

We the Subscribers non Commissioned officers and privates 
of (he Volunteer company comd by Capt. W. F. Buyer's Regi- 
ment of as a part of the 2d Brigade 2d Division Penna. Militia 
of the State of Pennsylvania in the service of the United States, 
under the requisition of the President of the 4th of July 1814 
and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby acknowledge 
to have received severally from Daniel Bussier, paymaster of 
the militia, the sum of six dollars in advance as part of our 
additional pay allowed by act of Assembly, the said sum of six 
dollars being paid to each of us by order of his excellency the 
governor, under act of assembly of February 22, 1814 under 
the com'd of Geo. Wierick Lt. Col. Comat. 



Sergts. 



1st. Saml. H. Wilson. 
2d. Joseph T. Walliz. 



3rd. A. W. Sweeney. 

4th. John Kiehl, Q. M. Serjt. 



Corporals 



1st. Wilm. Armor. 
2d. Saml. Delong. 



3rd. John S. Haines. 
4th. Jno. Lyon. 



Privates. 



Adam Cook. 

Thomas Bonhane. 

Jno. Ross. 

George Weitzel. 

Theodore I. Rockell. 

James Oliphant. 

Geo. P. Buyers. 

George Prune, sick list. 

Jos. Hoffman. 

Jos. B. Cramer. 

Charles Mans. 

David Black. 

Charles Frazier. 

Wilm. Latherland. 

Wilm. Gray. 

Danl. Lebo, Sick on furlow. 



Robt. Lyon. 
Isaac McCord. 
Wil'm Gale. 
Mac't Grant. 
Henry Peneger. 
Saml. Wilson. 
Wm. Jones. 
Jere. Jones. 
Jere. Lyon. 
Ab'm Cramer. 
Jno. Quinn. 
Wm. Cook. 
Wm. Watson. 
Jacob Hopper. 
Edward Chapman. 
J. L. Dougal. 



202 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



J. McPherson. 
Wm. Cameron. 
Jno. Weimer. 
Henry Dale. 
Thos. Harris, sick list. 
Wm. Laylon. 



I. Hendershot, sick list. 
Jacob Armstrong. 
Jno. Martin. 
Robt. Campbell. 
Wm. Dims. 
Wilm. Grant. 



November 10, 1814. 
We the Subscribers, non-commissioned oflBcers and privates 
of the militia company comd by Captn. Jno. Dornblaser Regi- 
ment of as a part of the 2 Brigade 2 Division Pennsa. Militia 
of the State of Per.nsylvania in the service of the United States, 
under the requisition of the President of the 4th of July 1814, 
and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby acknowledge to 
have received severally from Daniel Bussier, Paymaster of 
the Militia, the sum of six dollars, in advance, as part of our 
additional pay allowed by act of Assembly, the said sum of 
six dollars being paid to each of us by order of his excellency 
the Governor, under act of Assembly of February 22, 1814 
under the Comd of Lt. Col. C. J. Hutter. 



1. J. W. Morrison. 

2. John Hartzell. 



Sergeants. 

3. Jacob Hartzell. 

4. Fred'k Fenner. 



1. Nicholas Teel. 

2. Henry Barrett. 

Isaac Saylor. 



Jno. Deitz. 
Geo. Rape. 
Peter Snyder, 
John Ward. 
John Osytertack. 
Jno. Young. 
Joseph Shafer. 
George Nolf. 
Saml. Hoffert. 
Jacob Bunstine. 



Corporals. 

3. Samuel Stocker. 

4. Wil'm Brady. 

Music. 

Jonas Hockman. 

Privates. 

Conrad Walter. 
Adam Young. 
David Stocker. 
George Willower. 
Abm. Miller. 
Joseph Wimmer. 
Freeman Price. 
Leonard Kekler. 
J. Hutmacher. 
Danl. Kehler. 



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Christn. Wineland. 
John Stoufer. 
Jacob Stocker. 
Jacob Gangwer. 
Jere H. Molman. 
Lawrence Nye. 
And'w Nye. 
Joseph Steiner. 
Danl. Miller. 
Peter Hahn. 
George Hahn. 
George Meyer. 
Peter Shick. 
Jacob Keyser. 
Fred'k Geres. 
Jacob Swartwood. 
John Winner. 
Philip Fisher. 
John Cmwford. 
John Baird. 
David Shepherd. 
John Lowman. 
David Evans. 
John Stine. 
James Barr. 
Philip Kaster. 
Leonard Kester. 
Henry Miller. 
Obed Morris. 
Cornelius Van Horn. 
Adam Barr. 
Joseph Cooper. 
Wil'm Davis. 
John Clark. 
William Bureau. 
Jacob Arndt. 
Samuel Snell. 



Conrad Ihrie (Erie). 
John Gower. 
Henry Meyer. 
George Serfas. 
Jno. Serfas. 
Donald Fisher. 
Jacob Christman. 
John Klinetrap. 
Jno. Mack. 
Thomas Posters. 
George Miller. 
John Swink. 
James Brewer. 
Christofer Smith. 
Jacob Marwine. 
John Huston. 
George Rinker. 
Samuel Reese. 
A. McGammon. 
Peter Strunk. 
John Foulk. 
Garret Coolbaugh. 
Peter Jayne. 
Barnet Bunnel. 
Jacob Place. 
John Adams. 
Frederic Herman. 
Saml. Winans. 
Silvester Kinkaid. 
P. Vandemark. 
Anthony Vanetter. 
John Howe. 
Robt. Impson. 
William Vansichl. 
Isaac Steel. 
Levi Courtright, 
George Watson. 



November 10, 1814. 

We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the militia Company comd. by Capt. Wm. Fisher Regiment 
of as a part uf the 2nd Brigade, 2nd Division militia of the 
State of Pennsylvania, in the service of the United States, 



204 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



under the requisition of the President of the 4th of July, 1814, 
and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby acknowledge to 
have received severally from Daniel Bussier, paymaster of 
the militia, the sum of six dollars, in advance, as part of our 
additional pay allowed by act of Assembly, the said sum of 
six dollars being paid to each of us by order of his excellency 
the Goveronr, under act of Assembly of February 22, 1814, 
Under the Commd of Col. Christr. J. Hutter. 



J. L. Johnston. 
John Heney. 



Sergeants. 

Morris Morris. 
Jacob Knacht, Senr. 



Tobias Shich. 
Fredk. Karney. 
Jacob Zeigler. 

Emal Krankright. 



Wm. Major. 

David Ross, Dischgd 

1814. 
George Himro. 
George Albert. 
Henry Pysher. 
Danl. Lamberson. 
Christian Hess. 
Abr. Fleming. 
Elias Carkhuff. 
Peter Reimer. 
George Renner. 
Christn. Waggoner. 
Jacob Knacht., Jr. 
Charles Juencker. 
John Biggie. 
John Coster. 
Michl. Teal. 
Michl. Itterly. 
Peter Flory. 



Corporals. 

George Hess. 
Paul Sichfried. 

Musicians. 

Henry Bush. 

Privates. 

Hector McCormack. 
26th OcDaniel Showers. 
Adam William. 
Jacob Emrich. 
John Keim. 
John Walker. 
Michael Ernst. 
James Bloof. 
Silsbe Weed. 
Grin Lester. 
George Walter. 
Wm. Eylenberger. 
Peter Killiam. 
Danl. Wanaker. 
John Henry. 
W. Westfall. 

Robt. Galloway died Oct. 24. 
Jacob Houch. 
John Jones. 
David Grube. 



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Joseph Miller. 
Henry Hess. 
Jacob Miller, Jr. 
Henry SLrouse. 
Adam Wanner. 
John Roth. 
Fredk. Mapus. 
John Miller. 
Peter Steinmetz. 
Conrad Zeigler. 
Jacob Flick. 
Christn. Kreidler. 
Jacob Kratzer. 
Wm. Edmond. 
Jacob Kortz. 
Conrad Menges. 
John Flory. 
Peter Wiggant. 
George Gross. 
Abm. Houck. 
George Gearheart. 
Christn. Muffley. 
Isaac Albert. 
Lunty Shannon. 
Joseph Pensyll. 
Simon Hopple. 
Christn. Fell. 



Lewis Bartholemew. 

Jacob Miller. 

John Michen. 

John Smith. 

Daniel Lobar. 

Wilm. Freitchy. 

Samuel Yoe. 

Jacob Johnston. 

Jno. Nickum. 

Samuel Claywell. 

John Eylenbergh. 

John Russel. 

Adam Brutzman. 

John Williams. 

Jacob Yeisley. 

Wra. Williams. 

Jno. Long. 

Jno. Snyder, Disch'g'd 20th Oc 

1814. 
Benjn. Fosh, Disch'g'd 11th Oc 

1814. 
George Kratzer, Disch'g'd 14 Oc 

1814. 
Jacob Strouse, Disch'g'd 16 Oc 

1814^ 
Peter Keller, Disch'g'd 16 Oct 

1814. 



We the Subscribers, non-commissioned oflBcers and privates 
of the militia company commd. by Henry Miller Capt., Regi- 
ment of as a part of the 2nd Brigade 2nd Division Pa. militia 
of the State of Pennsylvania, in the service of the United 
States, under the requisition of the President of the 4th of 
July 1814, and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby ac- 
knowledge to have received severally from Dani,el Bussier, 
paymaster of the militia, the sum of six dollars, in advance, as 
part of our additional pay allowed by Act of Assembly, the said 
sum of six dollars being paid to each of us by order of his ex- 
cellency the Governor, under act of Assembly of February 22, 
1814. Under the commd. of Lt. Col. George Weirick, Novem- 
ber 10. 1814. 



206 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 
Sergeants. 



Benjn. Williams. 
John Reavick. 



Philip Ruhle. 
William Francis. 



Adam Specht. 
Forster Wilson. 



Corporals 



George Spangler. 
Richard Robinson. 



Privates. 



Abrm. Solomon. 
Jno. Mayer. 
Jacob Shaffer. 

George 

Jno. Fry. 
John Norman. 
Christian Spangler. 
John Rerich. 
Daniel Dunsife. 
John Smith. 
Peter Honius. 
Samuel Garhirt. 
Wilm. Shifer. 

Saml. 

William Forster. 
Henry Hosenplugh. 
James Thompson. 
John Dreisbach. 
Cyrus Egbert. 
Wilm. Moyer. 

Jacob 

Henry Herger. 

Michael Snyder. 

Anthony Kleckner. 

Thomas Dreisbach. 

David Mangel. 

Wilm. Gill, Discharged. 

George Sleer. 

John Gill. 

S. Hasenplugh. 

Elias Dar. 



Garret Farres. 
Conrad Fox. 
John Rote. 

Henry 

Jacoh Zimmerman. 

John Weight. 

Robert Speer. 

Daniel Speigelmeyer. 

Samuel Shaw. 

Isaac Kleckner. 

Andrew Cooke. 

David Stitzer. 

Robert Black. 

Abm. Kleckner, Sick on furlow. 

Wilm. Richley. 

Charles Bitting. 

John 

John Bobb. 
Henry Ritter. 
George Baker. 
Conrad Bobb. 
George Bossier. 
Benjamin Slough. 
Jacob fought. 
Michael Sanders. 
John Barber. 
John Maclay. 
William Myer. 
Peter Baker. 
George Coryell. 



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207 



We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the militia company comd. by Capt. Abm. Shafer Regiment 
of as a part of the 2 Brigade 2 Division Penna militia of the 
State of Pennsylvania in the service of the United States, 
under the requisition of the President of the 4th of July 1814, 
and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby acknowledge to 
have received severally from Daniel Bussier, paymaster of 
the militia, the sum of six dollars, in advance, as part of our 
additional pay allowed by act of Assembly, the said sum of 
six dollars being paid to each of us by order of his excellency 
the Governor, under act of Assembly of February 22, 1814. 
Under the comd. of Lt. Col. Christian J. Hutter. November 
10. 1814. 



Jacob Drumheller. 
Cornelius Sellers. 
Andrew Brunner. 



Sergeants. 



Israel Brumfeld. 
Jacob Dotterer. 



John Hess. 
John Unangst. 



Corporals. 



Peter Lynn. 
George Weaver. 



Privates. 



John Sigfried. 
Philip Unangst. 
Peter Heager. 
Abm. Engleman. 

Solomon 

John Jacoby. 
Jacob Zeigler. 
George Kleimer. 
Philip Klick. 
Jacob Miller. 
John Welsh. 
Rudolph Laubach. 
David Reish. 
Henry Hoffman. 
John Cooper. 
John Christman. 
Tobias Weaver. 
Jacob Freeman. 



Philip Roth. 

John Beidleman. 

Martin Loyd, On furlough. 

Jacob Hess, On furlough. 

Henry Best. 

Christn. Ruch. 

Lazarus Beyler. 

Michl. Ruth;. 

Jacob Frauser. 

Henry Riegel. 

Abrni. Fehr. 

Michael Lutz. 

Jacob Lantz. 

Philip 

Samuel Hartzell. 

Samuel 

Geo. 

George Jacoby. 



208 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Jacob Woodring. 

Henry Grotz. 

John Peyfer. 

John Stem. 

Jacob Best. 

Abraham Hartael. 

Fredk. Garis 

F. Spangleberg. 

Jacob Spangenberg. 

Jacob Raub. 

Henry Stem. 

Fredk. Miller. 

Jacob Miller, On furlough. 

H. Frankenfield. 

William Raub. 

John Raub. 

Jos. Brotzman, on furlough. 

Leonard Walter, on furlough 

Peter Mittig. 

Peter 

Daniel Rouch. 

George Sander. 

John Rouch. 

George Falick. 

Solomon Rouch. 

Samuel Mest. 

Rex. 

John ■ 

Jonas Peter. 

Joseph 

Adam Rockel. 



Valentine Sliger. 

Daniel 

Daniel 

Andw. Klotz. 
Peter Miller. 

Christian 

Danl. Klotz. 

Christian 

Daniel Klotz. 

John 

Jacob 



Danl. Archer, Sen., on furlough. 

Danl. Acker, Jr., on furlough. 

Adam Frey. 

Samuel Boger. 

Jacob Miller, Deserted. 

Christn. Hiller. 

John Hedler. 

Geo. 

George Briner. 
George Hedler. 
Abraham Miller. 

Martin Mest. 

Jacob Rex. 

Peter Sell. 

William Favour. 

Jacob Kromlich, on furlough. 

John Heidenreich. 

George Kob. 

Peter Hartman. 



We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Militia Company comd. by Capt. J. Shefer, Regiment 
of as a part of the 2d Brigade 2nd Division Penna. Militia of 
the State of Pennsylvania, in the service of the United States, 
under the requisition of the President of the 4th of July, 1814, 
and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby acknowledge to 
have received severally from Danil Bussier, pay-master of the 
Militia, the sum of six dollars, in advance, as part of our 
additional pay allowed by act of Assembly, the said sum of six 
dollars being paid to each of us by order of his excellency the 
Governor, under act of Assembly of February 22, 1814. Under 
the com'd of Col. C. J. Hutter. 

November 10th, 1814. 



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209 



1st. Peter Stechalas. 
2d. A. Mulhollon. 
3rd. Jno. Gressler. 

1st. Jno. EQv,lman. 
2d. Jacob Milham. 



Serjeants. 



4th. Peter Hurtz. 
5th. Peter Shefer. 



Corporals. 



3rd. Jno. Merch. 
4th. John Cherls. 



John Fuldon. 



Musicians. 

John Donner. 



Privates. 



Henry Dilcher. 
jeorge Mosser. 
A. Derhamer. 
John Deal. "^ 

Henry Mosser. 
JoLn Keiner. 
Peter Rath. 
Jacob Houser. 
Peter Mosser. 
Michael Fry. 
Conrad Schlgel. 
John Steinmetz. 
Jacob Waker. 

Henry March. 

Joseph George. 

George Best. 

Adam Leinberger. 

Lawrence Kister. 

Henry Gress. 

Jacob Derr. 

Wil'm Osterdoch. 

Jacob Kister. 

Wil'm Brown. 

Fred'k Kemrer. 

M. Misselman. 

Jacob Bert. 

Jno. Shefer, Jr. 

Conrad Kister. 

Conrad Bachman. 

C. Shineberger. 

14— Vol. VII— 6th Ser. 



Ab'm Person. 
Jno. Deiter. 
Henry Deiter. 
Fred'k Eberts. 
John Shefer, Jr. 
Peter Kase. 
Jacob Vagal. 
George Bredu. 
Jacob Huber. 
J. Kleflnger. 
Philip Renner. 
Simon Langback. 
Ab'm Balliott. 

Adam Hamsher. 

Peter Antony. 

George Engle. 

Liidwig Patterson. 

Godfries Scureback. 

Henry Patterson. 

H. Barleline. 

H. Snyder. 

Henry Refie. 

Jno. Lind. 

Peter Oblinger, 

Peter Steckle, Jr. 

Isaac Sigfried. 

Jas. Wisner. 

Jacob Bush. 

Joseph Heckman. 

George Antoney. 



210 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Abm. Bile. 
Jacob Dishler. 
John Hahn. 
Isaac Whittes. 
John Hubler. 
Jacob Kruber. 
D. M. Combes. 
Jacob Swap. 
Ludwig Klinetop. 
Joseph Smith. 
Nicholas Boy. 
Joseph Bach. 
Peter Blase. 
Conrad Sold. 
Ab'm Smith. 
Ludwig Bartoline. 



Fred'k Shumaker. 
And'w Zegenfuse. 
Danl. Muffly. 
Conrad Meyer. 
George Beer. 
Jno. Rasbrugh. 
Francis Weiss. 
Nicholas Blase. 
John Miller. 
Michael Rischel. 
George Deimer. 
Henry Deil. 
Wm. Kister. 
Jno. Kip. 
Danl. Rohrer. 



We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Militia Company commd. by Capt. Bargstresser Regi- 
ment of as a part of the 2nd Brigade, 2nd Division Penna. 
Militia of the State of Pennsylvania, in the service of the 
United States, under the requisition of the President of the 
4th of July 1814, and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby 
acknowledge to have received severally from Daniel Bussier, 
paymaster of the Militia, the sum of six dollars, in advance, as 
part of our additional pay allowed by act of Assembly, the said 
sum of six dollars being paid to each of us by order of his 
excellency the Governor, under act of Assembly of February 
22, 1814. Under the comd. of Geo. Wierich, Lt. Col. Comdt., 
Nov. 18. 1814. 



Urias Silsby. 
Philip Reedy. 



Serjeants 



John Gillaspy. 
Daniel Rengles. 



Wilm. Newyus. 
John Vartz. 



Corporals. 



Jacob McCorley. 
John Lutz. 



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211 



Danl. Shaffer. 
Benjamin Jodun. 
Peter Struble. 
Joshua Housel. 
Wilm. Irvin. 
Jonas Sheekler. 
Charles Flickinger. 
John Irvin. 
Simon Sheekler. 
Joseph Clark. 
George Mengel. 
Peter Frederick. 
John Haffer. 
Jesse Egburd. 
Adam Rose. 
Lewis Ikey. 
Jonathan Dempsy. 
John Misner. 
Adam Kimel. 
Jacob Kaufman. 
James Magee. 
Abraham Kline. 
John Sargints. 
Samuel Wilson. 
Peter Moyer. 
John Walters. 
Christopher Rorabough. 
Richard McLure. 
William Clark. 
Philip Rorabaugh. 
Thomas Wilson. 
John Jamison. 
Peter Mowry. 
Samuel Stricklin. 
Daniel Starner. 
Henry Moyer. 
Benjn. Baidy. 
G. Williamson. 
John Bennet. 
Flavel Clark; 
George Bower. 
James McLaughlin. 
Jacob Sypher. 
Nicholas Welch. 



Privates. 

Saml. Bennage. 
Philip Defendafer. 
Hugh McKinley. 
Ludwig Darsham. 
Paul Goodlander. 
Wm. Jodon. 
James Wallace. 
Richd. Steel. 
George Belam. 
Samuel Lutz. 
Samuel Mervine. 
Jonathan Rauch. 
William Bower. 
George Kline. 
Francis Clark. 
William Campbell. 
Adam Smith. 
Joseph Campbell. 
John Bower. 
Thomas Johnston. 
George Sarphus. 
Abraham Young. 
Daniel Kunts. 
Abraham Bidleman. 
John Rees. 
John Darraugh. 
Jacob Fredrick. 
Wm. Vanhorn. 
David Steele. 
Wm. Herrendou. 
Daniel Maughamer. 
Michael Quin. 
Henry Vanderhoof. 
Abm. Vanhorn. 
Jacob Hubler. 
John Campbell. 
Samuel Fredrick. 
James H. Anderson. 
Henry Saffer. 
Jonathan Smith. 
Jacob Gilmon. 
John Jones. 
George Clingan. 
Wilm. Vanderhoof. 



212 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Fourth Company, Second Regiment of Volunteer Light 
Infantry, 2d Brigade, 2d Division Militia of the State of Penn- 
sylvania in the service of the State in pursuance of a Proclama- 
tion of the Governor of 27 August, do each of us hereby 
acknowledge to have received severally from Daniel Bussier, 
pay-master of the Militia, the sum of six dolllars, in advance, 
as part of our additional pay allowed by act of Assembly, the 
said sum of six dollars being paid to each of us by order of 
his excellency the Governor, under act of Assembly of Feb- 
ruary 22, 1814. 

November 29th, 1814. 



1st. Andrew Peirsol. 
2nd. John Musch. 



1st. Lewis Geno. 
2nd. Benj. F. Arndt. 



Serjeants. 



3rd. Conrad Heckman. 
4th. John Nagle. 



Corporals 



3rd. Jacob Osterstock. 
4th. George Reichart. 



Dr. Major. 
Charles Horn. 

Fife Major. 
George Stroup. 



Privates. 



Thomas Arnold. 
William Schooley. 
Peter Bishop. 
Stephen Barnes. 
Saml. Bachman. 
Jacob Bachman. 
Isaac Carey. 
Valentine Diley. 
John Dehart. 
Philip Richart. 
John Richart. 
Jacob Yohe. 
Thomas Hawk. 
John Skelley. 



Robert Wallace. 
John Otto. 
Joseph Morgan. 
William Garren. 
John Simons. 
Michael Troxsell. 
Christian Hutter. 
Samuel White. 
William Levers. 
Jacob Stucker. 
John Yarman. 
Simon Frantz. 
Peter Everhart. 
John Ludwig. 



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213 



Samuel Levan. 
John Newhart. 
Laurence Eastewood. 
John Young. 
Joseph Bellows. 
William (torn out). 



John Ferren. 
Edward Jennings. 
Philip Drumheller. 
Scott Ervine, Serjt. Maj'r. 
Daniel Troxler, Waiter. 



November, 1814. 
We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Militia Company, Capt. Valentine Haas, Regiment of as 
a part of the 2 Brigade, 2nd Division, Militia of the State of 
Pennsylvania, in the service of the United States, under the 
requisition of the President of the 4th of July, 1814, and sub- 
sequent thereto, do each of us hereby acknowledge to have 
received severally from Daniel Bussier, paymaster of the 
Militia, the sum of six dollars, in advance, as part of our 
additional pay allowed by act of Assembly, the said sum of 
six dollars being paid to each of us by order of his excellency 
the Governor, under act of Assembly of February 22, 1814. 
Under the comd. of George Weirich, Lt. Col. Commdt. 



Jacob Eckhart. 
Geo. Hosterman. 



Serjeants. 



Henry Boyer. 
Andrew Hentricks. 



John Johnson. 
Jacob Kleckner. 



Corporals. 

Fredk. Richter. 
David Overmeyer. 



Privates. 



Jacob Shedler. 
Lorentz Backman. 
Jacob Binkley. 
Henry Spaid. 
Ephr. Hentricks. 
Peter Swartz. 
Joseph Foltz. 
Fredk. Kreitzer. 
Isaac Weller. 
Willis Gordon. 
Adam Yerger. 



John Richenbach. 
Joseph Smith. 
George Karsteller. 
John Yeager. 
Jacob Bostler. 
Jno. Weaver. 
William Rettig. 
Peter Stock. 
Peter Shoemaker. 
Jacob Duck. 
Philip Yerger, 



214 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



John Clendineii. 
Henry Woodling. 
Jacob Neitz. 
Philip Herrold. 
Henry Stahl. 
John Smith. 
Jonas Goucker. 
John Kiins. 
Ludwig Young. 
Jacob Jarriett. 
George Duke. 
Daniel Wolf. 
John Trester. 
John Folk. 
Barnhart Everhard. 
George Benfer. 
Philip Butterstine. 
Daniel Miller. 
Samuel Witmer. 
Benjn. Veter. 
G. Swartzlender. 
Michael Kesler. 
Henry Kreisher. 
Joseph Berger. 
John Henry Hummel. 



John Doffe. 
George Stimeling. 
Henry Yeasley. 
Jonathan Derk. 
Isaac Behr. 
John Yordon. 
Ludwig Duebler. 
Peter Moyer. 
Henry Grim. 
George Wagner. 
Henry Brous. 
Anthony Bearmann. 
Henry Pontious. 
Frederick Bous. 
Fredk. Hobb. 
Henry Haas. 
Daniel Haas. 
Philip Eberhard. 
Jacob Mourer. 
Philip Sold. 
John Desho. 
Abraham Smith. 
John Keely. 
Joseph Alter. 



THIRD DIVISION, 1812-14. 



THIRD DIVISION, 

Chester and Delaware Counties. 



REGIMENTAL NUMBERS, 
THIRD DIVISION, 
Chester and Delaware, 27, 47, 85, 97, 44, 65 
and 100. 



THIRD DIVISION, FIRST BRIGADE- 

1812-14. 



MUSTER, PAY AND RECEIPT ROLLS- 

1812-14. 



MUSTER ROLLS— 1812-14. 



(215) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



217 



MUSTER ROLLS OF VOLUNTEER COMPANIES WHOSE 
SERVICES ARE TENDERED TO THE GOVERNOR TO- 
GETHER WITH ROLLS OF THE INFANTRY DETACHED 
FROM THREE OF THE REGTS. COMPOSING THE 1ST 
BRIG. OF THE SD DIVISION OF PENNA. MILITIA IN 
CONFORMITY TO GENL. ORDERS DATED MAY 12TH, 
1812. 



47th regt & 1st in Brigade. 

Volunteer rifle compy. 

Capt. 

John Holmes. 

Lieut. 
John Downing. 

Ensign. 
James Andrews. 



Privates. 



Arthur Andrews. 
James Andrews. 
James Auld. 
Arch'd Ankrim. 
Oliver Allison. 
Robert Allison. 
Tho's Alexander. 
Saml. Betchel. 
James Brogan. 
Aaron Brogan. 
John Boon. 
Solomon Brogan. 
Benj. Brogan. 
John Best. 
John Cooper. 
John Carlisle. 
Nathaniel Crosby. 
Joseph Cooper. 
James Davis. 



William Fox. 
Charles Ford. 
William Gibson. 
James Hogg. 
John Laughlin. 
William Leman. 
William M. Neil. 
Patrick M Gee. 
John M. Dowel. 
James M. Cleary. 
Wra. M'Cleary. 
Wm. Maleny. 
Robt. Murdoch. 
John Nelson. 
Tho's Nelson. 
Joseph Pinkerton. 
Wm. Robison. 
James Ross. 
Jno. Robison. 



218 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Jacob Reece. 
Isaac Ross. 
Wm. Rodgers. 
Joseph Ramsey. 
Robt. Richardson. 
Robt. Robison. 
Frederick Snyder. 
Stewart Smith. 



Thos. Smith. 
John Stone. 
Joseph Turner. 
James Wilson, Esq. 
Josiah Wilson. 
Francis Wallace. 
James Miles. 

Total. 56. 



Infantry detached from 47th regt. 

Officers. 

Capt. 

Wm. Steele. 

Lieut. 
David Cope. 

Ensign. 
Thos. Underwood. 



Rank & file. 



David Tany. 
Thos. Ramsey. 
John Dance. 
Wm. Murry. 
James Gibson. 
Wm. M. Farland. 
James Hodson. 
Hugh Fury. 
Saml. Brown. 
Caleb Brown. 
John Chambers. 
Wm. Sloan. 
Isaac Dawson. 
Josiah Lee. 
Bernard Laferty. 
Robt. Wilson. 
Jesse Harrison. 
Joseph Jyles. 
David Hutchison. 



Wm. Miles. 
Wm. Wright. 
And'w Campbell. 
Henry Stephenson. 
Tho's Fitsgerald. 
John Irwin. 
Alex'r Irwin. 
Saml. Lefever. 
Ebenezer Rogers. 
Hector Lemon. 
Truman Sperry. 
Tho's Gillin. 
Hugh Dunlap. 
Wm. Fleming. 
Russel Whiteside. 
Jacob Appleton. 
Jacob Taylor. 
David Wiley. 
John Curry. 



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219 



George Macky. 
Jonathan Bootti. 
Jonathan Starr, 
iienry Brower. 
Wm. Harper. 
Joseph Smith, Jr. 
Wra. Mehayg. 
John Stack. 
Robt. Burns. 
Henry Reece. 
Jesse Good. 
Frederick Groscoop. 
Robt. Brackenridge. 



Alex'r Strawbridge. 
Jeifery Bently. 
John Gilmore. 
Peter Green. 
John Ford. 
Saml. Taylor. 
Charles Mullin. 
John Montgomery. 
John Strickland. 
William Corry. 
John Hallowell. 
James Lowry. 

Total, 66. 



27th regt., 2d in Brigade. 
Volunteer Cavalry. 

Capt. 
James Ralston. 

1st Lieut. 
Thos. M'Clelland. 

2d Lieut. 
George A. Gibson. 

Cornet. 
James Cunningham. 



John Buchanning. 
David Hunter. 
David Buchaning. 
John Long. 
Saml. M. Quigg. 
Saml. Boye. 
Joel Shoemaker. 
William Long. 
Richard Bucking. 
Alex'r Miller. 
Joseph Wilson. 
Arthur Park. 



Dragoons. 

George Philips. 
John Humphrey. 
Saml. M'Elhany. 
James M'Clellan. 
Alex'r Laferty. 
James Boyd. 
Phineas Battain. 
Joseph M. Elduff. 
John Gibson. 
Wm. Irwin. 
Wm. Filson. 
Joseph M. Kim. 



220 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Robt. Ralston. Joseph Wftler. 

Saml. Ralston. John Moore. 

Frederick Bicking. John Dance. 
William Bair. Total, 35. 



Field Officers & their Staff. 

Lieut. Col. Comma't. 

Francis Russel. 

Major from 27th regt. 
James Dowlin. 

Staff. 
Ephr'n Gilmore. 

Surgeon. 
David Thomas. 

P. Master. 
Mathew Wilson. 

Q. M. 

James Manahan. 

Total, 6. 
Grand total, 284. 



Detached Infantry. 

Capt. 
.James Lockhart. 

Lieut. 
Jonathan Bonner. 

Ensign. 
Tho's Brooks. 



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221 



Rank & file. 



Thos. White. 
John White. 
Isaac M'Laughlin. 
Robt. Lockart. 
John Guthrie. 
Wm. White. 
John Robison. 
Theoph'es Darlington, 
John Stonaker. 
William James. 
James R. Creswell. 
Wm. Henderson. 
Malachia Happerset. 
Elijah Bull. 
Jacob Mourey. 
James Nissbet. 
George Moore. 
James Todd. 
John Bathurst. 
Henry Lutz. 
Michael Weaver. 
Danl. Slider. 
James Culberson. 
Benj'n Griffith. 
James Huston. 
Jacob Ayres. 
John Anderson. 
Henry Souders. 
Henry Waddle. 
John Buchanon. 
Leonard Freshcorn. 
Amos Griffith. 
George Bunn. 
Wm. Riley. 



David Lewis. 
Joel Quaintaince. 
Mordecai Lee. 
Alex'r Kimilrich. 
Saml. Richards. 
John Lawbauch. 
Robt. Mitchel. 
Mathias Keeley. 
William Williams. 
Mark Darrah. 
Henry Blagle. 
Adam FMsher. 
Park Shee. 
Henry Clevenstiue. 
Michael Frank. 
James Irwin. 
George McAddams. 
Saml. Christy. 
Wm. Love. 
Abner Bailey. 
Wm. Kenedy. 
Patrick Hanes. 
Tho's Park. 
Danl. Spackman. 
Saml. Woodward. 
Joseph Watt. 
John Downey. 
James Given. 
John Gill. 
Tho's Springer. 
George Young. 
Charles Mowrey. 

Total, 69. 



97th regt. Detachment. 

Capt. 

Jno. Jamison. 



Lieut. 
James W. Brown. 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Ensign. 
Thos. Wallace. 



Stephen Irwin. 
Isaac Phipps. 
John Muse. 
Wm. Johnson. 
Jacob Rhodes. 
Henry Andrews. 
Jacob Andrews. 
George Lynch. 
Saml. Hughs. 
Jacob Kirts. 
Tho's Etches. 
Jacob Way. 
Jno. Brians. 
Levi Daily. 
Saml. Hatfield. 
James Brown. 
Henry Chalfant. 
Joseph Wickersham. 
Thos. Robinson. 
Joseph Underwood. 
John Pyle. 
James Morton. 
Obed. Jackson. 
John C. Hamill. 
Richard Jones. 
Wm. Stone. 
Matthew Moore. 
Wm. Woods. 
Armstrong Salyards. 
Robt. Chalfant. 



Rank & file. 

Saml. Futhey. 
Stephen Cochran. 
Wm. Skiles. 
Wm. Armstrong. 
Abrm. Neipman. 
Jacob Thompson. 
Davis Roberts. 
Robt. Smith. 
Joseph Keys. 
Enoch Stewart. 
Richard McPherson. 
John McLeland. 
Henry Marsh. 
James Stewart. 
George "^Baldwin. 
John Dorling. 
Lewis Walters. 
David Truman. 
John Chamberlain. 
James Boyd. 
Saml. Elder. 
James Henry. 
Reuben Bailey. 
Saml. Morris. 
James McCalley. 
Penick Edwards. 
David Hervey. 
Emer Worth. 
John A. Roader. 

Total, 62. 



IN OBEDIENCE TO BRIGADE ORDERS ISSUED AUGUST 
4TH, 1814, FOR A DRAFT FROM THE 47TH REGT. 1ST 
BRIGADE, 3RD DIVISION, PENNA. MILITIA THE AN- 
NEXED DETAIL IS TAKEN FROM THE RETURNS OF 
THE SEVERAL CAPTAINS COMMANDING THE COM- 
PANIES COMPOSING SAID REGT. ' 



Lieut. Colonel. 
Francis RugseV 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



223 



Captain. 
William Steele. 

Ensign. 
Thomas Underwood. 



James Gibson. 
Jesse Jones. 
James Hodgson. 

Thomas 

Thomas 



John Brown. 
Thomas Crewson. 
Collin Lewis. 
James McCracken. 

Lawrence 

Samuel Brown 
Josiah Lea. 
Samuel Patter. 
Job Lee. 
Emmor Knight. 
Elishai Haines. 
Robert Wilson. 
Jesse Harrison. 
James Caule. 
John Drenin. 
John Porter. 
John Worthington. 
William Wright. 
David Wright. 
Samuel Wilson. 
William Lowrey. 
Reuben Harris. 
Abraham Buckelew. 
Jesse Commons. 
Thomas Fulton, 
John Irwin. 
Alexander Irwin. 
Saml. Lefever. 

Rodgers. 

George Temanis. 
James Bunting. 

Henry 

Timothy Kirk. 



Amos Strickler. 
William Flemming. 
John Fitzgerald. 

Simpson. 

Isaac Widous. 
Obishai Oily. 
Samuel Millhouse. 
Abraham Hoopes. 
Isaac Pyle. 

Archibald Henderson. 
Abraham Maxwell. 
David Wiley. 
John Lindsey. 
Henry Underwood. 
Jacob Taylor. 
Thomas Powel. 
Amos Nichols. 
Nathan Butler. 
Jacob Bradly. 
John Mull. 
John Humes. 
Henry Biers. 
John Russel. 
William Harper. 
Joseph Smith. 
Henry Bowen. 
Florence Scanlan. 
Daniel Deiver. 
John Casper. 
William David. 
John Gibson. 
Nicholas Sieger. 
John Sleyer. 
John Harlin. 
Henry Reece. 
Samuel Bechel. 
Caleb Brogan. 
Frederick Groscup. 



224 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Ayrce Dwight (?) Charles Mullen. 

James Strawbridge. William Curry. 

John Gilmore. John Kenedy. 

James Criswel. John Hallowel. 

Isaac Dance. Jonathan Mc 

Clayton Speakman. James Lowry. 

William Gibson. Isaac Russel. 

George Lights. William Stinson. 

John Lord (Ford). Kenedy Wiley. 

Officers 3 

Rank & file, 95 

Total, 98 
MATTHEW STANLEY. 
Bri. Ins., 
1st Bri., 3rd Div. Penna. Militia. 
EPHRAIM GILMORE. 
Agt., 
47th Regt., 
August 17th, 1814. 



Brandywine, 15th August, 1814. 

In obedience to brigade Orders issued 4th Aug. 1814 for a 
draft from the 27th Regt. Brigade, 3rd Division P. M. the 
annexed detail is taken from the returns of the several Cap- 
tains commanding the 1st, 2 & 3rd Companies of said Regiment, 
viz. 



1st Major. 
James Crisman. 

Lieut. 
1st. George Entrican. 
3rd. William West. 

2nd Captain. 
Robert Wilson. 

3rd Ensign. 
Samuel Essick. 



WAR OF 1812-lcS14. 



First Company. 



David Powel. 
John White. 
Isaac McLaughlin. 
Robert Lockhart. 
William White. 
John Robinson. 
I em. Reese. 
SamuerPinkcrton. 
George Goj\ 
Benjamin Erown. 
William Mason. 

William James. 
William Henderson. 
Jacob Mowrey. 
John Root. 
Henry Mowrey. 
Peter Livergood. 
Morris Owens. 



Alexander Long. 
Peter Widemer. 
James Stanford. 
Samuel Dorian. 
Jacob Baum. 
Samuel McKinley. 
Phinia Mendenhall. 
James Moore. 
William Lockhart. 
Isaac Lewis. 



Second Company. 



Wm. Root. 
Jesse Lockrd. 
Peter Criley. 
Wm. Mendenhal 
Joseph Simms. 
David Benner. 
Isaac Allen. 



Erio 



Third Company, 



James Todd. 
John Barthurst. 
Michael Webre. 
Daniel Krider. 
John Wilkenson. 
Dark Haws. 
James Hammilton. 
William Williams. 
William Simms. 
Abraham Grubb. 
Richard Walker, Merct. 
Henry Olenburgh. 
Wm. Parker. 
Andrew Redspher. 



Peter Werts. 
Wm. Wilson. 
Mark Derrah. 
John I. Holston. 
.John Moore. 
Saml. Pakingham. 
Saml. Tany. 
Wm. Miller. 
John Waber. 
John Essick. 
John Guy. 
Thomas Ganger. 



Brandywine, loth August, 1814. 

In obedience to Brigade Orders issued 4th August 1814 for 
a draft from the 27th Regt. 1 Brigade 3 divs. P. M. the annexed 
detail is taken from the returns of the several Captains com- 
15— Vol. VII— Cth Ser. 



226 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



manding the 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th Comps. of said Regi- 
ment, viz: 



Rank & file. 



4th 
Henry Waddle. 
John Buckannon, Carpenter, 
Leonard Freshcorn. 
Amos Griffeth. 
Hazael Thomas. 
James Simpson. 
David Racket. 
Samuel Stapleton. 
Jacob Hendrickson. 
Andrew Caldwell. 
William Riley. 
Frederick Uble. 
James S. Graham. 
John Irwin. 
Robert Sloan. 
Samuel Bunn. 



Andrew Cain. 
Saml. Fleck. 
Saml. Richards. 
Jonathan McBride. 
David Laird. 
Thomas Allison. 

Matthias Keely. 
Balser Essick. 
Henry Beagle. 
Wm. Wilkenson. 
Bernard Johnson. 
Adam Fisher. 
Josiah Phillips. 
Henry Clevenstine. 



Saml. Christy. 
Michael Fitherman. 
Wra. Kennedy. 
Patrick Humes. 
Caleb Babb. 



5th 



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Caleb Talbot. 
James Moore. 
William Carson. 
Wm. Trego. 
Henry Smith. 
Charles Atcheless. 
John Gillespie. 
Joseph Marple. 
Jonathan Erwin. 
Absalom Trego. 
Wm. Uble. 
John Miller. 
James Graham. 
John Wallace. 
Jacob Caffrode. 

Company. 

Robert Scantlen. 
Isaac Ailes. 
Enos Miles. 
Rnssel McLaughliw. 
William Taylor. 

6th Company. 

John Barstler. 
Joseph Britton. 
Jacob Widener. 
Joseph McClure, Jnr. 
George Stiteler. 
James Bombough. 
Hiram Carson. 
Edw. Evans. 

7th Company. 

James Hoskins. 
John Hoskins. 
Peter Whitaker. 
John Walker. 



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227 



8th Company. 



James Given. 
John Gile. 
Charles Mowrey. 
Griffeth Donaldson. 
David Griffeth. 
Danl. Fondersmith. 
James Datten. 
Wm. Lewis. 
Cyrus BuUer. 
Wm. Shearer. 
Adam Stewart. 



Abraham Arms. 
Benja. Harley. 
Robert Bing. 
John Smith. 
Roger Walker. 
Wm. Hadley. 
Jos. Reed. 
Geo. Lauer. 
Jno. Snyder. 
Edwd. Lammy. 



THIRD DIVISION, 
SECOND BRIGADE— 1812-14. 



RETURN OP OFFICERS AND MEN, 

SECOND BRIGADE, THIRD DIVISION- 
1812-14. 



(230) 



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October 17th, 1814. 
PAY ROLE FOR CAPT. JOHN HALL'S COMPANY IN 65TH 
REGT. COMMANDED BY JOHN L. PEARSON COLONEL. 
COMMD'T. 



1st. Mathew Dunbar. 
2d. William Scofield. 



Lieutenants. 

3rd. Thomas Otty. 

Ensign. 
Robert Dunn. 



1st. Jacob Wise. 

2d. Joseph Dunwoody. 

Joseph Bittle. 
James Blundat. 
James McFagen. 
Isaac Davis. 
William Fields. 
William McNeal. 
Robert Corker. 
Peter Burn. 
Marcus Boon. 
Moses Newlin. 
William Evens. 
Charles Bugle. 
Joseph Fulten. 
Lewis Pennel. 
Mifflin Lewis. 
Bennet Lewis. 
John Alexander. 
John Hoops. 
Thomas Miles. 
Edward Mclary. 
Jacob Jones. 
Isaac Richards. 
Thomas C. Pearce. 
Able Lodge. 
John'Daver. 
Ell Roberts. 



Sergeants. 

3d. John Bowers, Jr. 
4ih. Jabez Lewis. 
Privates. 

Daniel Davis. 
John Reyner. 
Samuel Lindsey. 
Samuel Jenet. 
Joshua Lainhoff. 
John Standley. 
Phillip Litzenburg. 
Samuel Taylor. 
John Humphrey. 
Benjamin Uhren. 
John Armsby. 
Jacob Wiley. 
John Hoiser. 
Benjamin Cerril. 
John Fergonson. 
Denis Shradan. 
John Mann. 
John Hoofstickler. 
George Brannan. 
John Engle. 
Benjamin Worrell. 
James Hughs. 
John McGahey. 
Thomas E. Downs, 
Isaac Garaison. 
John Cray. 



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James Everheart. 
Mordicai Thomas. 
Peter King. 
Samuel Miller. 
Phillip Miller. 
Joseph Evens. 
Samuel Miller. 
Jacooh Stoneback. 
Samuel Lynch. 
John Shaffener. 
Henry Longaker. 
Abraham Millar. 
John White. 
Abiza Rositer. 
Philip Rop. 
David Royer. 
Abel William. 
Thomas Car. 
Adam Poley. 
Jacob Smith. 
Armet Rossiter. 
Jacob Donahower. 
John Shinkle. 
William Phillips. 
Samuel Walker. 
Jacob King. 
Jacob Kulp. 
Peter Defrain, 
Mishal King. 
Ezekle Shur. 
Conrad Baker. 
George Geger. 
Jesse Shaner. 
Jesse Boyer. 
Jacob Defrain. 
Jacob Root. 
Daniel Shuman. 



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Daniel Root. 
John Rap. 
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Nathan Brook. 
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Fredrick Hough. 
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Miles Beaty. 
John Saylor. 
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William Fox. 
Andrew Rively. 



Camp Snyder October 18th 1814. 

I Certify on Honor that the within Muster Roll exhibits a 
true statement of the sixth company commanded by Capt. 
John Hall in the 65th Regt. Penna. Militia now in the Service 



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of the United States, and that the remarks set opposite to the 
names of the men are accurate and Just. 

JOHN HALL, Captain. 
I believe the within to be a correct muster or pay roll. 

J. L. PEARSON, 
Col. of the 65th Regt. 



I Certify that the Sixth Company commanded by Capt. John 
Hall in the 65th Regt. Penna. Militia, John L. Pearsoon Lieut. 
Col. Commandant is in the service of the United States under 
the order of the Central commanding the fourth military 
district. 

SAML. SMITH, B. G. 

Camp, October 18th 1814. 



To Mathew Stanley Esqr. Brigade Inspector of the 2nd brigade 
3d Division P. M. 

We the members of a Volunteer Rille Company attached to 
the late 97th Regiment P. M. under the title of the Chester 
County Rifle Rangers do hereby make a tender of our services 
Independent of the Militia of Said Brigade, to his Excellency 
Simcn Snyder Governor of the State of Pennsylvania to repel 
invasions or suppress insurrections when called upon any 
place in this or the neighboring States where the Militia of 
Said Brigade m.ay be called upon to serve. 

August 16th 1814. 

CHRISTOPHER WIGTON, Capt. 

Signed in the name & at the Particular request of the com- 
pany. 

Officers 3 

Rank & file 51 

Total, 54 



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FOURTH DIVISION, 1812-14. 



FOURTH DIVISION, 
Lancaster County. 



REGIMENTAL NUMBERS, 

FOURTH DIVISION, 

Lancaster, 5, 7, 120, 121, 34, 98, 60 and 104. 



FOURTH DIVISION, FIRST BRIGADE- 
1812-14. 



RETURN OF OFFICERS AND MEN, 
FIRST BRIGADE, FOURTH DIVISION- 

1812-14. 



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STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES BY JOHN LIGHT IN- 
SPECTOR 1ST BRIGADE 4 DIVISION MILITIA, FOR 
MARCHING A DETACHMENT FROM HIS BRIGADE FOR 
DEFENCE OF BALTIMORE . UNDER THE GENERAL 
ORDERS OF THE GOVERNOR OF AUGUST 1814. 

No 1 Ration.s 213 82 '/a 

2 Hauling 161 9814 

3 Incidental 72 50V2 

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Major Lights expenses 9 days @ ?2, 18 00 

$466 31% 

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2 390 at 15'/^ Cents 60 45 

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8 Wood & Tell, 6 99 

11 Tell 107 

12 Ditto 72 

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A. LIST OF THE MEMBERS BELONGING TO THE RIFLE 
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Isaac Lightner, age, 20; residence Leacock. 

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3rd. Peter Wise, age, 24; residence, Lampeter. 
4th. Wm. C. Sample, age, 22; residence Strasburg. 

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Franois Albright, age, 26; residence Salisbury. 
John Ault, age, 20; residence Strasburg. 
James Betts, age, 22; residence Lampeter. 
James Bryson, age, 25; residence, Salisbury. 
Jesse Bryson, age, 19; residence Salisbury. 
John Barkihyser, age, 42; residence, Leacock. 
James Buckanon, age, 25; residence, Strasburg, 
John Christy, age 22; residence, Strasburg. 
George Carpenter, age, 24; residence, Strasburg. 
William Craig, age 25; residence Strasburg. 
Robert Cain, age, 22; residence Strasburg. 
David Crawford, age 26; residence, Strasburg. 
John Duey, age, 34; residence, Strasburg. 
Thomas Dobson, age, 26; residence, Strasburg. 
Isaac Diffenbaugh, age, 20; residence, Strasburg. 
Christian Denlinger, age 24; residence, Lampeter. 
George Evitts, age, 18; residence, Lampeter. 
Reuben Ferree, age 20; residence Leacock. 



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Andrew Ferguson, age 35; residence Strasburg. 
Joseph Flemming, age, 25; residence, Strasburg. 
William Graham, age, 28; residence Strasburg. 
George Groff, age, 20; residence Strasburg. 
William Hamilton, age, 25; residence, Strasburg. 
John Hersh, age, 23; residence Strasburg. 
Daniel Hersh, age, 21; residence, Strasburg. 
Alexander Fletcher, age 28; residence Leacock. 
George Hassen, age, 20; residence, Lampeter. 
Eli Hamilton, age 26; residence, Strasburg. 
John Johnston, age, 25; residence Strasburg. 
Joseph S. Lefever, age, 19; residence, Strasburg. 
John Long, age, 21; residence, Strasburg. 
John Mcllroy, age, 32; residence Strasburg. 
Thomas McCausland, age, 23; residence, Strasburg. 
George McKinney, age, 48; residence, Strasburg. 
James Mateer, age, 20; residence Strasburg. 
Guian Miller, age, 19; residence, Strasburg. 
Daniel Miller, age, 23; residence, Strasburg. 
David McCullough, age, 18; residence, Strasburg. 
David Myers, age, 18; residence, Strasburg. 
John Rogers, age, 18; residence, Strasburg. 
Leonard Taxson, age, 30; residence, Strasburg. 
Michael Shindle, age, 19; residence, Strasburg. 
Henry Tout, age, 29; residence, Strasburg. 
Jacob Tout, age, 23; residence, Strasburg. 
Isaac Willard, age, 24; residence, Strasburg. 
Abraham Beachy, age, 21; residence, Strasburg. 
Stephen Worrell, age 23; residence, Strasburg. 
William Knox, age, 25; residence, Leacock. 
John Miller, age, 23; residence, Leacock. 
Henry McAlister, age, 27; residence, Leacock. 
Jacob Peters, age, 23; residence, Leacock. 
William Wilson, age, 27; residence, Leacock. 
William McHarry, age, 30; residence, Salisbury. 
Andrew Mclntire, age, 22; residence, Lampeter. 
William Smith, age, 26; residence, Lampeter. 
1 Captain. 

2 Lieutenants. 
1 ensign. 

4 sergeants. 

56 privates. 



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Nathaniel W. Sample Inspector 2d Brigade 4th Division Penna. 
Militia. 
Whereas at a meeting of the Peqiiea Rangers formed within 
the hounds of the 9Sth Regmt. Second Brigade fourth Division 
Penna. Militia Held on the 24th Day of October A. D. 1814. It 
was resolved unanimously that they tender their serving to 
the Governor of the commcnwealth of Penna. According to 
the Laws of said Commonwealth as a Volunteer corps of 
Riflemen. Therefore it is requested that this be considered as 
a tender of the services of said corps. 

In Witness whereof we have hereunto annexed our names 
this twenty fourth Day of October A. D. 1814. 

SAMUEL HASSON, Capt. 

ELIJAH FERREE, 1st Lieut. 

ISAAC P. LIGHTNER, 2nd. Lieut. 

JOHN CALDWELL, Ensign. 
Capitulation. 

1 Capt. 

2 Lieut, 

1 Ensign. 
1 Bugler. 
4 Serjeants. 
53 Privates. 



62 Aggrete. 



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MISCELLANEOUS MUSTER AND PAY 
ROLLS, FOURTH DIVISION— 1812-14. 



MISCELLANEOUS MUSTER ROLLS 
1812-14. 



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A UST OF NAMES IN CAPTAIN GORDON'S COMPANY OF 
THE 5TII REGT. OF PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA IN THE 
SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES. 



1st. William Dick. 
2nd. William Patton. 



Capt. 
Samuel Gordon. 

Lieuts. 

3nl. James Hums. 

Ensign. 
Wm. Miller. 



Sergts 



1st. Hugh Davison. 
2n(l. Charles P. Mills. 



1st. John Rodman. 
2nd. Philip W. Mason. 



Joseph Shilling. 



3rd. James W. Scott. 
4th. Joseph Gordon. 

Corporals. 

3rd. William Alsop. 
4th. Jacob Smith. 

Musicians. 

William Burgess. 



Privates. 



Joseph Arthurs. 

Thomas Allen. 

Martin Board. 

Benjamin Coump (deserted). 

Geo. Barr. 

Frd. Beaverson. 

Henry Bausher. 

Michael Boarer. 

John Baker. 

Peter Baker. 

.Jacob Baker. 

Conrod Craupt. 

John Coon (deserted). 

John Craig. 



Rich'd Cahel. 

Wm. Cline. 

John Carver. 

Geo. Davis. 

Richd. Donaho (deserted.) 

Wm. Devilsbess. 

John Dowman. 

Emanuel Detrick. 

Adam Duncan. 

Jacob Eby. 

Wm. Edwards. 

Geo. Emminger. 

Nathaniel Fipps. 

Joseph Flora. 



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John Fisher. 
Henry Gyger. 
Geo. Glaze. 
John Graham. 
John Greenby. 
James Hall. 
John Huber. 
Joseph Huffman. 
William Harden. 
Geo. Harmony. 
James Hardy. 
John Hawk. 
John Irwin (dec'd). 
David Johnston. 
Matthew King. 
John Kesmer. 
Peter Keefer. 
Jacob Keefer. 
Henry Laiton. 
James Logan. 
Benjamin Lewis. 
Jacob Leopard. 
George Miller. 



Daniel Mentzer. 
Robert McClelland (dec'd) 
John McCawley. 
John McNeal. 
John McConnel. 
Alex'r McMullen. 
Peter Myers. 
William Miller. 
Joseph Neal. 
Abraham Peasaker. 
Erasmus Quarter. 
Andrew Robison. 
AVilliam Reesman. 
John Pitter. 
Adam Rankin. 
Christopher Sites. 
Frederick Stumpbaugh. 
Jacob Stoupher. 
Joseph Tice. 
William Wolf. 
James Thompson. 
Henry Curly. 



A List of men left sick from Capt. Dunn's company of the 
5th Regt. Pa. Militia. 

John McDowel. William Woods. 

Jacob Frush. Samuel Baker. 

Elija Lilley. John Smith. 

Wm. McClure. George Plugher. 

Thomas Hays. 

I do Certify that the above is a correct muster roll of the 
men now doing duty in Capt. Gordon's comp'y except those 
above mentioned attached to Capt. Dunn. Given under mv 
hand this 24th day of Augt. A. D. 1814. 

WM. PATTON. Lieut. Com't. 

JAMES FENTON. Col. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAY ROLL- 
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FIE^TH DIVISION, 
York and Adams Counties. 



REGIMENTAL NUMBEES, 
FIFTH DIVISION, 

York, 41, 61, 111, 118 and 124; Adams, 9, 20 
40 and 93. 



FIFTH DIVISION, FIRST BRIGADE- 
1812-14. 



MUSTER AND PAY ROLLS- 
1812-14. 



MUSTER ROLLS— 1812-14. 



(309) 



(310) 



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TO COMMAND THE DETACHMENT 1ST BRIGADE FIFTH 
DIVISION. 



Lieut. Col. Daniel Diehl. 



The Brigadier General has not yet determined what Majors 
shall serve. 



A RETURN OF THE MILITIA DRAFTED IN PURSU OF 
GENERAL ORDERS ISSUED MAY 12TH, 1812. 



First Brigade, 5th Division. 

Forty first Regiment. 

1st Flank Company, Rifle. 

Capt'n. 

William Allison. 

Lieut. 
James Edie. 

Ensign. 
William Mcpherson. 

Sergeants. 

1st. John McCleary. 3. Arch'd P. Thompson. 

2. John Gennville. 4. Andrew Bennett. 

Drummer and fifer. 
1. John Ebaugh. 2. George Ebaugh. 

Privates. 

1 John Smith. 5. James Hays. 

2. Joseph Smith. 6. John Mcpherson. 

3. David Hartman. 7. Francis Grove. 

4. William Wilson. 8. Rohert Hyson. 



312 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



James Criswell. 35, 

Robert Bell. 36. 

Samuel Mcpherson. 37, 

Samuel Moore. 3S 

Joseph Edgar. 39. 

David Gennville. 40. 

David Hyson. 41. 

John Miller. 42. 

Joseph Thompson. 43. 

William Edgar. 44. 

John Morrison. 45. 

William Paterson. 46. 

Robert McGaw. 47. 

John Hyson. 48. 

Hugh Hogg. • 49. 

James Wallace. 50. 

George Morrison. 51. 

Thomas Adiam. 52. 

John McCallister. 53. 

Thomas Montgomery. 54. 

David Fulton. 55. 
John Smith— B'n Smith. 56. 

William Anderson. 57. 

James Moffet. 9 

Isaac Tarry. — 

V/intle Trout. 6G Total. 



John Wilson. 
Robert Anderson. 
William Morrison. 
James Gonston. 
John Mofflt. 
Andrew Brown. 
Joseph Ayres. 
William McConless. 
George Eaton. 
Richard Trimble. 
Alex'r Smith. 
John Trout. 
John Erwin. 
Mordecai Hammond. 
William Wallace. 
William Collins. 
James McCanless. 
James Burner. 
Benjamin Thompson. 
Peter Werkeuger. 
John Anderson. 
Andrew Martin. 
Jacob Irwin. 



A ROLL OF THE 1ST COMPANY IN THE 9TH REGEMENT 
& FIRST BRIGADE OF FIFTH DIVISION OF PENNSYL- 
VANIA MILITIA COMANDED BY CAPT. LINDSEY STUR- 
GEON. 



Jacob Cox. 
Patrick Logue. 
Thomas Timmens. 
George Hull. 
Jacob Heiner. 
John Burget. 
Robert Mclvain. 
Thomas Boreland. 
William McTaggert. 



Andrew Young. 
John Myers. 
George Bawer. 
Alexander McCullp 
Solomon Filler. 
Michael Cole. 
Jacob Wise. 
Paul Swartz. 
Richard Marfert. 



WAR OF 1S12-1814. 



313 



George Strawsbaugh. 
John Rautseng. 
Jacob Glass. 
William Henderson. 
William Pope. 
John Abbott. 
Henry Harman. 
Samuel Carnes. 
Av-iam Duncan. 
George Baugher. 
Michael Marks. 
Frederich Swenzel. 
John Kepner. 
Andrew Alexander. 
John Bear. 
Jacob Lemping. 
James Davis. 
John C. Crall. 
David Thompson. 
John Baugher. 
Urich Henystophel. 
Jacob Harman. 
John Grg,ss. 
Jcimes McPherson. 
James McWilliams. 
Christopher Wirich. 
Jacob Filler. 
John Sanger. 
John Stichel. 
Peter Fittr. 
Peter Deeher. 
John Bevard. 
John Wear. 
William Mcllvain. 
Moses Lochart. 
Joseph Feter. 
George Kitte. 
Andrew Spech (?). 
Michael Emlet, 
Peter Eck. 
Michael Wear. 
John Swartz. 
Conn Schechy. 
John Britten. 



Henry Mailhorn. 
Henry Cole. 
George Longgart. 
Jacob Hilt. 
Adam Spitler. 
V/illiam Clark. 
John Oyler. 
Peter Little. 
John Whitford. 
Daniel Ritter. 
Patrich Kelly. 
George Snyder. 
John McKinney. 
Jacob Gilbert. 
William Thompson. 
Jacob Bankart. 
John Kuhn. 
Jacob Geesler. 
Conrad Parr. 
Henry Shiti. 
Jacob Sell. 
Daniel Shitt. 
John Syphert. 
William Hays. 
Jacob Shitt. 
Jacob Stombaugh. 
Jacob Bawersacks. 
Nicholas Swartz. 
Abraham Miller. 
Thomas Dansville. 
Samuel Sheets. 
James Patterson. 
Samuel Culberson. 
John McClure. 
William Craige. 
Frederich Geisle. 
Jacob King. 
Arthur Quiun. 
Samuel Blake. 
James McMaster. 
George Wolf. 
James McGrew. 
Michael Morgan. 



314 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Peter Coile. John Armstrong. 

Anthony Swartzman. William Price. 

Jacob Hupert. William Lightfoot. 

I do hereby certify that the fore-going are the names of all 
the persons who are put under my command by a requisition 
made by the President of the U. States agreeably to an Act of 
Congress. 

March 9th 1814. 

LINDSEY STURGEON, 
Capt'n. 
G. WELSH, Brigade Inspector. 
SAML. GALLOWAY, Major. 



PAY ROLLS— 1812-14. 



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PAY ROLL OF THE OFFICERS OF THE 64TH REGIMENT 
OF PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA, 1ST BRIGADE, 5TH DI- 
VISION, WHO ATTENDED OFFICERS' PARADE IN THE 
MONTH OF OCTOBER, 1814. 



We the commissioned and staff officers of the 64th Regt. of 
Militia commanded by Col. Robert Colvin, acknowledge the 

receipt of the sums set opposite our several uam.es for three 
successive days service in training in the month of October, 
1814, as required by the act for the regulation of the Militia of 
tllis Commonwealth. 

Mathew Clark, Lt. Col., $4 50 

Hugh Long, 2ud Ma.jor, 4 50 

Robert McDonald, Major, 4 50 

James McConkey, Capt., 4 50 

John T. Cooper, 1st Lieut., 4 50 

Baker Beaven, 2nd Lieut., 4 50 

David Creighton, Ensign, 4 50 

Joshua Hendrix, Captain, . . . .* 4 50 

Joshua Low, 2nd Lieut., 4 50 

James Kern, Capt., ? 4 50 

Mordecai Hammond, 1st Lieut., 4 50 

Joseph Leib, 2nd Lieut., 4 50 

David Fulton, Ensign, 4 50 

Nath. Anderson, Capt 4 50 

John Brown, 1st Lieut., 4 50 

William Andrews, 2nd Lieut., 4 50 

Jno. Collons, Ensign, 4 50 

James Buchanan, Capt., 4 50 

James Clark, 1st Lieut., 4 50 

Jno. Patterson, 2nd Lieut., 4 50 

Robt. Tullerton, Ensign 4 50 

John Anstine, Capt, 4 50 

Martin Fry, 1st Lieut., 4 50 

Daniel 

John Duncan, Capt 4 50 

Arch'd Thompson, 2d Lieut., 4 50 

James Smith, 1st Lieut 4 50 

Lenard Si.gler, Ensign, 4 50 

James H. Smith, Capt., 4 50 

Jas. Maughlin, 1st Lieut 4 50 



318 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Jacob Dom, 2nd Lieut., 

Wm. Stewart, Ensign, 

John 
John 

Henry R. Dritts, 2nd Lieut., 

Henry Ruby, Ensign, 

Jonathan Minnich, Capt., 

Henry Heasey, 

Jacob Keyser 

Christian Tuners, 

Dr. Hugh McDonald, Surgeon, 

42 men @ $4 50, $189 00 

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Drummer— John Ebaugh, 3 days service, $4 50 

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PAY ROLL OF THE OFFICERS OF THE 94TH REGIMENT 
OF PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA 1ST BRIGADE 5TH DI- 
VISION, WHO ATTENDED OFFICER'S PARADE IN THE 
MONTH OF OCTOBER, 1814. 



We, the commissioned and staff officers of the 94th regi- 
ment of militia, commanded by Col. Geo. Hay, acknowledge 
the receipt of the sums set opposite our several names for 
three successive days service in training, in the month of 
October, 1814, as required by the act for the regulation of the 
militia of this commonwealth. 

Capt. M. H. Spangler $4 50 

1st. Lieut. Jacob Barnitz, Jr., 4 50 

2 Lt. John McCurdy 4 50 

Capt. James Schall, 4 50 

1 Lete George Stoehr, 4 50 

Thomas Lloyd, 4 50 

Jesse Spangler 4 50 

1 Lieut. Joseph Morris, 4 50 

2nd Lieut. Jno. Bull, 4 50 



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Capt. Lorens Wolf 4 50 

Michl. Daudel 4 50 

2 Jno Miller, 4 50 

Ins. Daniel Koch, 4 50 

Capt'n William Reese, 4 50 

1st Geo. W. Spangler 4 50 

2 William Turner 4 60 

Joseph Holland, 4 SO 

Capt. Godfrey Hammer, 4 50 

1st John Sleager 4 50 

2 Lt. John Fried 4 50 

Ens'n George Louks, 4 50 

1st Major Exkiel Boreng, 4 50 

May 10th, 1815. Moneys paid the officers for paradang in the 
month of October 1814. 






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FIFTH DIVISION, 
SECOND BRIGADE— 1812-14. 



RETURN OF OFFICERS AND MEN, SEC- 
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FIFTH DIVISION— 1812-14. 



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RETURN OF CAPTAIN JOHN MeMILLEN'S COMPANY, 
March 9, 1814. 



Jacob Stough. 
Andrew Williams. 
Jacob Jones. 
William Chapman, 
John Beachler. 
William Hiner. 
Joseph McAfee. 
George Bradley. 
Peter Reed. 
Samuel Scott. 
William Himes. 
Thomas Wilson. 
Henry Reed. 
Hugh Daugherty. 
John Koock. 
William Irvin. 
James Wiggins. 
Peter I..ongert. 
Henry Burns. 
David Cooper. 
Abraham Pepple. 
Samuel Blythe. 
Thomas White. 
Henry Woolfkill. 
Pelip Izoi. 
Quilla Long. 
John 

Antony Truxel. 
Jacob Balsley. 
John Bayr. 
William Buchanon. 
David Vance. 
Jacob Comfort. 
Abraham Humir. 
Henry Kime. 
Jacob Morgan. 
John Nixon. 
William Adair. 
Joseph Bennot. 
Matthias Izoi. 



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Peter Sook. 
James Seabrooks. 
James McC^eef. 
James Burch. 
John Burnham. 
David Newil. 
Joseph Smetzor. 
James Orbison. 
Chads Edwards. 
John Carbough. 
Thomas Terbin. 
Lewis Bowers. 
Peter Thomas. 
Christian Newcomer. 
John Rumell. 
James Gregg. 
Philip Bowers. 
Andrew Hansell. 
Andrew Cunningham, 
Robert Heagin. 
John Cunningham. 
Thomas Douglass. 
Cornelius Sanders. 
Andrew Miller. 
John Rodgers. 
William Beard. 
Lenerd Priffle. 
Mertain Long. 
Jacob Major. 
Jacob Bumgardner. 
Edward Murphy. 
Cornelius Degrauft. 
William Thomas. 
Jacob Norbeth. 
Charles Thatcher. 
Peter Cremer. 
Jacob Slintz. 
James McDermot. 
James Polly. 



348 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



George W. Chanley. 
George W. Spenser. 
Calvin Blythe. 
Daniel Benser. 
Patrick Galloher. 
John S. Reits. 
David A. McElroy. 
George Lees. 
Cliarles Vollentine. 
Daniel Glissing. 
John Gipe. 
Joseph Woods. 
Hugh McCellip. 
William Woods. 
Jacob Shrowder. 

I do certify that the names within is a true return of the 
persons under my command but a requisition of the President 
of the U. State agreeably to an Act of Congress, commanding 
first company in the 26th regiment 2 Brigade & fifth division of 
Pennsylvania Militia. 



Samuel Agnew. 
John Woods. 
Charles Thomas. 
Jacob Norbeck. 
David Chamhurlin. 
Michal Burk. 
Josep Mills. 
Samuel Ray. 
James Cunningham. 
Fredrick Gates. 
Hugh Gettys. 
Jacob Moyers. 
James McWilliams. 
Fredrick McSherry. 



March 9th 1814. 



JOHN McMILLEN, Capt. 
G. WELSH, Brigade Inspector. 
SAML. GALLOWAY, Major. 



RECEIPT ROLLS— 1812-14. 



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361 



March 9th, 1814. 
"We the men whose names are hereunto Subscribed attachd 
to Capt. McMullen's Militia Company in the bounds of the 
Second Brigade Fifth division Pennsylvania Militia and be- 
longing to the Fifth detachment under the Command of Colo. 
James Fenton acknowledge to have received from Robt. 
Lamberton paymaster of Said detachment Six dollars per 
man in part of additional pay on Compensation allowed by 
an act of the Legislature passed the 29th day of March A. D. 
1813 and agreeable to an act passed the 22nd day of February 
1814. 



Jacob (his [X] mark) Jones. 
Wm. Chapman. 
Wm. Hiner. 
George C. Bradley. 
Jos. (his [X] mark) McAfee. 
Peter Reed. 

Saml. (his [X] mark) Scott. 
Henry (his [X] mark) Reed. 
Hugh (his [X] mark) Dough- 
erty. 
John Cook. 

Wm. (his [X] mark) Irvine. 
Henry Burns. 
David Cooper. 
Abraham 
Samuel Blyth. 
Thomas White. 
Henry Wolfkill. 
Philip (his [X] mark) Izoi. 
Aquila Long. 
John Kinert. 
Ank. 

Jacob Baltzley. 
John (his [X] mark) Bear. 
Willm. Buchanon. 
David (his [X] mark) Vance. 
Jacob Comfort. 
Jacob Morgan. 
Joseph Bennet. 
Mathias (his [X] mark) Izoi. 
John (his [X] mark) Herron. 
Better Sook. 
James Seabrooks. 
James McCleef. 



John Burnham. 
James (his [X] mark) Burch. 
David Noel. 
Joseph Imelzer. 
James Orbison. 
Charles Edwards. 
John (his [X] mark) Carbough 
Lewis Bower. 

Peter (his [X] mark) Thomas. 
Christn. (his [X] mark) New- 
comer. 
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James Gregg. 
Philip Bower. 
Andw. Cunningham. 
Andw. (his [X] mark) Hantzel 
Robert Hagan. 
John Cunningham. 
Thos. Douglass. 
Cornelius Sander. 
Andw. (his [X] mark) Miller. 
John (his [X] mark) Rodgers. 
Wm. (his LX] mark) Beard. 
Leonard (his [X] mark) Riffle. 
Martin Long. 
Jacob 

Jacob Bomgarner. 
Ed Mirphy. 
Cornelius 
William 
Jacob Melchoir. 
Charles Thatcher. 
Jacob Slentz. 



352 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Jas. McDermot. 

James Polley. 

George W. Candley. 

George W. Spsncer. 

Calvin Blythe. 

Daniel. 

Patrick (his [X] mark) 

her. 
John S. Curts. 
David A. McClrey. 
George Lease. 
Charles (his [X] mark) 

tine. 
Daniel Gleason. 
John Gipe. 
Joseph Woods. 
Hugh McCalip. 
William Woods. 

Witness present at sig 



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Saml. Agnew. 

John Woods. 

Charles (his [X] mark) 
Thomas. 

Jacob Norbeck. 
Galla- David Chamberliu. 

Michl. Burk. 

Joseph (his [X] mark) Mills 

Samuel Rea. 

James Cunningham. 
Valen-Frederick Gates. 

Hugh 

Jacob Myers. 

Jams. McWilliams. 

Frederic McSherry. 

John Beachler. 



JOHN McMillan, capt. 



March 9th, 1814. 

We the men whose names are hereunto subscribed attached 
to Capt. Sturgeon's Militia company in the bounds of the 
Second Brigade Fifth division, Pennsylvania Militia and be- 
longing to the Fifth detachment under the command of Col. 
James Fenton acknowledge to have received from Robert 
Lamberton pay-master of said detachment Six dollars per 
man in part of additional pay or compensation allowed by an 
act of the Legislature passed the 29th day of March A. D. 
1813, and agreeably to an act passed the 22nd day of February 
1814. 



Jacob Cox. 
Patrick Logue. 
Shonas 
Jacob Hener. 
John Barckhee. 
George Bauer. 
Alexander McColip. 
Solomon Fuler. 
Michael Cole. 
Jacob Wise. 



Robert Mcllwain. 
Thomas Borland. 
Wm. McTagertt. 
Aadw. Young. 
John Myers. 
John Inthen. 
Henry Melhorn. 
Henry Kohl. 
Jacob Hilt. 
Adam Spitler, 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



353 



Paul Swartz. 

John Rautsong. 

Richard Morbit. 

George Strosbaugh. 

William Henderson. 

Wm. Pope. 

John Abbott. 

Henry Hanman. 

' Duncan. 

Samuel Kenno. 

Fredk. Swentzel. 

John Kepner. 

Andw. Alexander. 
John Bear. 
Jacob Lamping. 
James Devis. 

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David Thompson. 
Jacob Harman. 
John Gross. 
James McPherson. 
James McWilliams. 
Christopher Weirilh. 
Jacob Filler. 
John Zenker. 
John Stickel. 
Peter Deetrich. 
Peter Decker. 
John Bovard. 
John Wear. 
Moses Lockhart. 
Joseph Deetrich. 
George Gitt. 
Andrew Speck. 
Mikel Emlet. 
Peter Eck. 
Michael Were. 
John Swartz. 
Conn Shecky. 



William Clark. 
Peter Sittle. 
John Whitford. 
Daniel Reeder. 
Patrick Kelly. 
George Snider. 
John McKinney. 
Jacob Gilbert. 
Wm. Thompson. 
Jacob Bankhart. 
John Kuhn. 
Jacob Geisler. 
Jacob Sell. 
John Siegfrit. 
William Hays. 
Jacob Eowersacks. 
Nicholas Swartz. 
Abraham Miller. 
Thomas Dansvill. 
Samuel Sheets. 
James Patterson. 
Sam. 

John McClure. 
Wm. 

Fredk. Gisle. 
Jacob King. 
Arthur Quinn. 
Saml. Blake. 
James McMaster. 
George Wolf. 
James 

Michael Morgan. 
Peter Coile. 
Anthony Swartzman. 
Jacob Hooper. 
William Price. 
William Sightfoot. 
James Wiggins. 



March 9th, 1814. 



We the men whose names the hereunto Subscribed attachc'd 
to Capt. (Saml.) White's Militia Company in the bounds of 
23— Vol. VII— 6th Ser. 



354 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



the Second Brigade Fifth division Pennsylvania Militia and 
belonging to the Fifth detachment under the command of Colo. 
James Fenton acknowledge to have received from Robt. 
Lamberton paymaster of Said detachment Six dollars per 
naan in part of additional pay on Compensation allowed by an 
act of the Legislature passed the 29th day of March A. D. 1813 
and agreable to an Act passed tthe 22nd day of February 1814. 



Thomas Armer. 



Musicians. 

Matthew Tag. 
Privates. 



Richard (his [X] mark) Proc- Jacob Murrey. 

tor. William Blankney. 

Wm. (his [X] mark) Kennedy. Michael (his [X] mark) Mur 
John Taylor. rits. 

John (his [X] mark) Ross 
Jacoh Sanders. 



Hugh (his [X] mark) King. 
John Miller. 



Robert (his [X] mark) Wiley. Jacob Essig. 



Jacob Miller. 
Leonard 
Michael Row. 

Geo. (his [X] mark) Piper, 
rk) BarnharlSamuel (his [X] mark) Fips. 
Benjmn. (his [X] mark) Gard- 
ner. 
Joseph Hooter. 
John (his [X] mark) Moyer. 
Wm. (his [X] mark) West. 
David Speers. 
Cornelius Whitford. 
Henry Brickert. 
Robert Chambers. 



Thos. Brandon. 

Michael Ripperton 

William Procter. 

Samuel Davis. 

Peter (his [X] m£ 

Samuel Hayes. 

John Benner. 

Daniel Benner. 

Peeter Knop. 

Henry Eceerd. 

Dayal Stall Smith. 

John (his [X] mark) Shefer. 

James Moore. 

John (his [X] mark) Bush. 

Conrod (his [X] mark) Knaus. George Moyer. 

Jacob (his [X] mark) Griner. Rohert 

William Boyd. George. 

Hugh (his [X] mark) Kennedy David Zeegler. 



Saml. Gillilang. 
Wm. McGrew. 
John McGrew. 
Jonas Hoover. 

Jacob (his [X] mark) Savov- 
land. 



Joseph (his [X] mark) Ross. 

Philip (his [X] mark) Gross. 

George (his [X] mark) Cald- 
well. 

Ab'm. (his [X] mark) Stras- 
bough. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



355 



Johu Baltzley. 

James Stokes. 

John Nicholson. 

Wm. (his [X] mark) Clark. 

John (his [X] mark) Collins. 

Wm. Stump. 

John Miller. 

James (his [X] mark) Boke. 

John Essick. 

John Hoan. 

John W^est. 

James Mcdonel. 

Michael Mcfaden. 

Henry Derr. 

John McAfee. 

Owen (his [X] mark) James. 

John (his [X] mark) Stickle. 

Caleb White. 

John Gould. 

John Steel. 



George (his [X] mark) Hum- 
mel. 

Christopher (his [X] mark) 
Wilson. 

John Kennedy. 

John Miner. 

William Heiges. 

George n. Dill. 

Joseph Smith. 

John Hughes. 

Arthur Hafferty. 

Joseph Deardorff. 

Mathias (his [X] mark) Baw- 
sen. 

Jacob (his fX] mark) Greene- 
wait. 

David Reaser. 

Francis Alexander. 

James Middleton. 



(356) 



MISCELLANEOUS MUSTER AND 
CLASS ROLLS, 

FIFTH DIVISION— 1812-14. 



MISCELLANEOUS MUSTER ROLLS- 
1812-14. 



(357) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



1st. Robert Gibson. 
2. Alex'r Turner. 



41ST REG'T. 
Volunteer Troop of Horse. 

Capt'n. 
Andrew Clarkson. 

1st Lieut. 
Benjamin Manifold. 

2nd Lieut. 
James Ballentine. 

Cornet. 

David Williamson. 

Trumpeter. 

Charles Bevins. 

3. 



James Logue. 
Andrew Duncan. 
Stephen Fed an. 
James Campbell. 
Robert Andrew. 
Matthew McCall. 
James Smith. 
George Caldwell. 
Samuel Clinningham. 
Joseph Hamilton, 
William Douglass Junr. 
Jesse Paiden. 
John Kilgore. 
Alexander Wilson. 



4. Samuel Caldwell. 

Privates. 

15 Evins Turk. 



Thomas McCallister. 
Robert Duncan. 
William G. Morgan. 
Thomas Grove. 
JeFse Pedan. 
"W'illiam McCleary. 
James Clarkson. 



96 Total O'fficers and privates in these two Volunteer Com- 
panies. 
The Quota of this Regiment is seventy nine. 

June 25, 1812. 
I do certify the forgoing to be a true return of the Officers 
and Privates Drafted in the Reg'ments specified. 

ARCH'D S. JORDON, 
B. Inspector. 



360 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



41ST REGIMENT. 
Second Flank Company of Volunteered Infantry. 

Capt. 
Matthew Clark. 





Lt. 




James Clark. 




E. 




Joseph Osburn. 




Serjeants. 


1st. David Torbet. 


3rd. John McMillan. 


2nd. Hugh Torbet. 


4th. John Sivard. 




Drummer. 




William Casky. 




Fifer. 




John Foust. 




Privates. 


Allen Anderson, 


John Reed. 


Arch'd Harvy. 


John Casky. 


Arch'd Major. 


John Patrick. 


Andrew Torbet. 


John Inslow. 


Benjamin Cunningham. 


James Watson. 


Christian Waltemire. 


John Hews or Hives. 


Elias Jones. 


Nethand McFadon. 


George Dinsmore. 


Robert Tarbet. 


Hugh Cunningham. 


Samuel Osburn. 


Hugh McFaddon. 


Samuel Parker. 


Jacob Gibson, Senr. 


Theophelus Jones. 


Jacob Gibson, Junr. 


William Inlow. 


John Heaton. 


William Cunningham. 


John Tarbet. 





VOLUNTEER RIFLE COMPANY ATTACH'D TO THE 1ST 
BATTALION 61st Regiment. 



Captain. 
George Trine. 





WAR OF 181 


2-1814. 




Lieut. 






John Hileman. 




Ens'n. 






David Spharr. 




Sergeants. 


1. Andrew Beitzel. 


3. Jacob Overdeer. 


2. Frederick Stoiigh. 


4. Peter Jacob. 




Corpora: 


Is. 


1. James Patten. 


3. Moses Spharr. 


2. Peter Spahr. 


4. Samuel Grace. 




Privates. 


1 Jacob Spharr. 


14 


John Wise. 


2 George Lenhart. 


15 


James Ettingar. 


3 George Wentz. 


16 


Peter Grace. 


4 John Wentz. 


17 


John Grace. 


5 Peter Boor. 


18 


Jacob Funk. 


6 James Grace. 


19 


Abraham Shaffer. 


7 John Hamm. 


20 


George Funk. 


8 James Mqtzler. 


21 


Jacob Stough. 


9 Samuel May. 


22 


Peter Leichty. 


10 Jacob May. 


23 


George Weise. 


11 John Herrin. 


24 


George White. 


12 Jacob Sultzbergcr. 25 


Samuel Leatherry. 


13 Jacob Shelfer. 






11 






36 Total. 






57 







93 Offlcers and Privates Drafted in the Regiment. 
The quota of this Regiment is Eighty one. 



^♦J 



( 362 ) 



MISCELLANEOUS CLASS ROLLS- 
1812-14. 



( 363 ) 



(364) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



365 



SIXTY-FIRST REGIMENT. 



First class. 

Capt. 
John Laure. 

Lieut. 
Jacob Elingfrits, 

l^Jnsn. 
George Weigle. 



John Kumb. 
Earnit Miller. 
Atland Jacob. 
John Reiber. 



1st comp. 

John Hartman. 
John Syford. 
John Taylor. 
Jacob Kreds. 



Abraham Cramer. 
Andrew Brain. 
Daniel Sower. 
John Major. 

Michael Wilham. 
Jacob Kreaner. 
George Neimand. 
Philip Quicle. 
Daniel Hake. 



2d Co. 

Henry Michael. 
Abraham Frederick. 
Henry Smith. 

3d Co. 

John Elcholtz. 
Jacob Misenhelter. 
John Reser. 
William Lenhart. 
Jonas Hoover. 



Adam Rupert. 
Peter Weitheret. 



Daniel Haunsberger. 
Jacob Myer. 
Martin Crall. 
George Bour. 



4th Co. 

John Fry. 
Philip Faulkler. 

5th Co. 

Martin Wire. 
John Strickler. 
George Nevinger. 



366 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



John Desenberger. 
George Colbert. 
John Miller. 
Adam Schisler. 
Jacob Leichty. 



Philip Lear. 
Christian Miller. 
George Frinefroke. 

Jacob Holtsaple. 
David Bare. 
Christian Griiber. 



6th Co. 

John Gerry. 
Samuel Grace. 
Philip Moore. 
George Ringer. 
George Shroll. 

7th Co. 

John Schriver. 
Henry Hoffman. 

8th Co. 

Peter Wolf. 
Daniel Cladfelter. 
Jacob Hoke. 



124TH REGIMENT. 



Henry Beltz. 
John Mumina. 
Daniel Barnitz, Junr. 

Nicholas Newman. 
George Freysinger. 
George Forney. 
Jacob Snyder. 
George Blineinger. 



First Class. 

1st Company. 

Capt. 
Joseph Rinehart. 

Lieut. 
George Stear. 

Ensign. 
Christian Kailbaugh. 

Privates. 
1st Co. 

John Chambers. 
Nicholas Pile. 

2nd Co. 

Andrew Krilly. 
John Weigle. 
Samuel Nedich. 
George Buvinger. 
Jacob Herring. 



WAR OF 1S12-1814. 



Mathias Nace. 
John Bange. 
John Sides. 
Michael Newman. 
George Stauter. 



Peter Wilderson. 
John Sable. 

Conrad Maul. 
Henry Bowman. 
John Kerver. 
Solomon Beeker. 
Henry Zipling. 



John Doll. 
John Nowel. 
Abraham Trimmer. 
John Ferree. 



Yoder Messemor. 
John Wolfgang. 
Philip Baum. 



John Bauhman. 
John Rincaman. 
Phillip Roller. 



3rd Co. 

Emanuel Crassin. 
John Bobson. 
John Bittinger. 
John Moyer. 
Adam Boocher. 

4th Co. 

Michael Boocher. 

5th Co. 

George Gelwicks. 
-^John Ernst. 
John Hoime. 
Samuel Diehl. 
Henry Fissel. 

6th Co. 

John Brechner. 
Christian Myers. 
John Butt. 
William John. 

7th Co. 

William Shoeman. 
Jacob Steltz. 
Joseph Messemer. 

8th Co. 

Samuel Rederford. 
Philip Hauck. 



124TH REGIMENT. 



Second Class. 
2nd Company. 

Capt. 

Abraham Lamoot. 

Lieut. 

John Hoffman. 

Ensign. 
Frederick Hile. 



368 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Henry Bause. 
Charles Barnitz. 
Peter Wantz. 
Daniel S. Long. 
Samuel Hlmes. 
Leonard Buvinger. 



John Baylor. 
Abraham Holtz. 
Martin Lohr. 

Frederick Herbaugh. 
George Long. 
George Thomas. 



Jacob Runkle. 
Henry Sower. 
Michael Miller. 

Samuel Eichelberger. 
Henry Boyer. 
David Danner. 
Joseph Gerver. 
Philip Wantz. 



Thomas John. 
Jacob Ernst. 
John Hare. 
Herman Stitzel. 

Nicholas Bricker. 
John Bachman. 
Henry Swartzbach. 



Privates. 
1st Co. 

George Miller. 
Philip Swartz. 
Samuel Milworth. 
George Myer. 
Jacob Reisinger. 
Henry Reisinger. 

2nd Co. 

Thomas Gibbens. 
William Albright. 

3rd Co. 

Michael Etzler. 
Jacob Metzger. 
John Danner. 

4th Co. 

Henry Snyder. 
Martin Wilderson. 

5th Co. 

Philip Sower. 
Samuel White. 
John Rinehart. 
Joseph Felise. 
David Ernst. 

6th Co. 

Peter Bevenower. 
John Gelwicks. 
Jeremiah Herman. 

7th Co. 

Peter Lukenbach. 
John Shantz. 
William Tracy. 

8th Co. 

Jacob Kohler. 
Ludwig Shall. 



John Martin. 
John Kehler. 
Henry Fisher. 

120 Total Officers & Privates drafted in this Regiment. 

The Quota of this Regiment is 80. 



Sixth Division-1812-14. 



SIXTH DIVISION, 

Berks and Daui^liin Counties. 



REGIMENTAL NUMBERS, 

SIXTH DIVISION, 

Berks, 37, 43, 69, 79 and 114; Dauphin, 3, 66, 

78, 95 and 117. 



SIXTH DIVISION, FIRST BRIGADE— 

1812-14. 



MUSTER AND CLASS ROLLS— 1812-14. 



MUSTER ROLLS AND RETURNS 

1812-14. 



( 369) 
24— Vol. VII— Gth Ser. 



( 370) 



WAR OF 1812-lSM 371 

A. LIST OR RETURN OF THE DETACHMENT OF THE 3RD 
REGIMENT OF THE FIRST BRIGADE AND 6TH DIVI- 
SION PENSYLVANIA MILITIA TO WIT. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Adam Ritscher. 

Major. 
David Ficher. 

Regimental Staff Officers. 

Quartermaster. 

John Uhler. 

Surgeon. 
Bangamen Frohner. 

Quartermaster Sergand. 
Martin Light, 

Volunteers. 

Capt. 

Henry Doebler. 

Lieut. 
Jacob Embich. 

Ensign. 
Fredarick Fasnacht. 

55 Noncommission officers and Privids. 

Capt. 
Jacob Ache. 

Lieut. 
Hngh Wilson. 

Ensign. 
Adam Steger. 

45 noncommission officers and privits. 

Militia. 

1st Capt. 

Michel Kuntz. 



372 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Lieut. 
John Brugh. 

Eusign. 
Henry Steger. 

35 Privets. 

2d Capt. 
Phillip Fisher. 

Ensign. 
Thomas Shay. 

34 Privets. 

3d Capt. 
Joseph Orth. 

23 Privets. 

4th Capt. 
Jacob Schwop. 

Ensign. 
John Bender. 

34 Privets. 

I do hereby Certify the above to be a true Return. 
Mitteltown the 6 of September 1814. 

ADAM RITSCHER, 
Lieut. Col. 3d Regiment. 



A RETURN OF THE LEBANON RANGERS ATTACH'D TO 
THE SD REGIMENT, 1ST BRIGADE, 6TH DIVISION, 
PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA. 



1. Jacob Achey, Capt. 8. Samuel Keen. 

2. Hugh Wilson, Lieut. 9. John Loeb. 

3. Adam Steger, Ensgn. 10. Henry Loeb. 

4. Alexander Drumens. 11. Henry Boyer. 

5. Peter Marks. 12. Samuel Vogle. 

6. Joseph Hartman. 13. Jacob Uhler. 

7. David Welsh. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



373 



14. Peter Weise. 

15. Samuel Atkins. 

16. James ]\Iartin. 

17. Charles Johnson. 

18. Henry Ott. 

19. Francis Day. 

20. Samuel Bowman. 

21. George Achey. 

22. H'y Dietrich (for Prusia) 

23. Samuel Reed. 

24. Joshua France. 

25. Tobias Kreider. 

26. John Smith (A. Ubuch). 

27. Jacob Miller. 

28. Christian Stetzer. 

29. Paul Soger. 

30. Henry Kershling. 

31. William Hubly. 
Commissioned Officers, 3. 
Noncommissioned officers & privates, 45. 



32. Peter Daub. 

33. Jacob Daub. 

34. Abram Bleistine. 

35. Peter Fox (Philip Huber). 

36. Jacob Hamuth (Wm. 
Schertzer. 

37. Isaac Bechtel (G. Suavely). 

38. Anthony Ziveier, 

39. Jacob Thomas. 

40. William Coil. 

41. John Hower. 

42. Peter Achey. 

43. Thomas Mitshell. 

44. Thomas Bishop (Jb. Fox). 

45. William McElwaith. 

46. James Lowry (Feyberger). 

47. Enoch Ritter. 

48. Adam Simon. 



A RETURN OF THE DACHMENT OF THE 117 RIGAMENT 
PENSYLVANIA MILITIA IN THE FIRST BRIGADE & 
SIXT DIVITIAN OF TH COUNTY OF LEBANON. 



Wollentirt Company. 

Captain. 
Bengamen Lesher. 

Lieutenant. 
Daniel Lightner. 

Ensign. 
Beter Frahlinghawser. 



Bengamin Beshawr. Martin Beany. 

Jonas Fordny. John Steby? 

Jecob Aucheubach. George Shenel. 

Adem Wommer. Piter Wolf. 

Daniel Woolf. 
William Witel, substitute G. Brort. 



374 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Henry Lantz. 

Nicolas Silfas, substitute J. Gunttonur. 

George Larck. 

John felty. 

Henry Isenhower. 

Leonard Fegk. 

George Beshowr. 

Frederick Wetzel. 

Piter Fegk. 

Joseph Feerer. 

George Darkls. 

Henry Hermg. 

Jacob Wetsel. 

Henry Felty, substitute G. Reetig. 

George Shuey. 

David Capp. 

John Huber. 

Christopher Siler. 

Heury Myer. 

George Fisher. 

George Giameuis. 

Frederick Woolf. 

John Winder, substitute Ph. Isenhar. 

George Obtecrof. substitute th. karn. 

Martin Isenhower, substitute Joh. Isenhower. 

thosas Ehler, substitute Henry yegley. 

John Holsabell, substitute Jacob Zegler. 

Jecab Haffa. 

Daniel kunkleman. 

George Riter, substitute Chas. Shallenberg. 

John Snebly. 

Christian Ehler. 

henry Snebly. 

Jecob Wagner. 

George Bush. 

I to hareby Sertify to beea true Retorn of the Wollentire 
Company. 



BENJAMIN LESHER, Capt. 



Privits — Napsak, 42 

Privits— Plankits, 37. 

Privits— Rifels, 12. 
Buplick— Chantins, 20. 
Privits — Chantins, 4. 
Bubllck— Chamkitell, 5. 

Musig — None. 



CLASS ROLLS— 1812-14. 



(375) 



(376) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 377 



A CLASS LIST OF THE DRAFTED MILITIA IN THE 
BOUNDS OF CAPT. JACOB SEAL THE EIGHT COMPANY 
1520 REGIMENT WM. COCHRAN LIEUT. COL. THE 
FIRST BRIGADE SIXT. DEVISION PENNSYLVANIA 
MILITIA THIS IITH DAY OF AUGUST 1814. 



First Class. 

No. Years. 

1 Neathin Collier 37 

2 John Newlet, 21 

3 Daniel Kroemer, 29 

4 Daniel Brubaker, 33 

5 George Shora, 20 

6 George Sheasley, 22 

7 James Gardner, 23 

8 Jacob Meek, 

9 Christian Kinssel, 

Second Class. 

1 Guy Hillard 

2 John Shora, 29 

3 Jacob Linenfekler 22 

4 Wm. utz, 

5 Liidwig Shott, 31 

6 Dewid Diddy, 28 

7 W'm Hattin, 35 

8 Jacob Gros, 40 

9 George Eberly, 24 

10 Adam Wert, 24 

Third Class. 

1 Joseph Brubaker 26 

2 Peter Ruder, 42 

3 Adam Bower, 27 

4 John Lebo, 21 

5 Reuben ossman 25 

6 Henry Shrott 26 

7 Samuel Fleisher, 

Fourth Class. 

1 Daniel Herman, 29 

2 Henry Hipsher, 30 



378 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



No. Years. 

3 Conrad otLo, 41 

4 Jacob Shoaman, 22 

5 John Weaver, 28 

6 Jeremy Sappel, 21 

7 George Lents, 20 

8 Abner Brown, 28 

9 John Shuler, 19 



A TRUE LIST OF THE FOUR MARCHING CLASSES OF 
THE 5TH COMPANY, 3RD REGIMENT, 1ST BRIGADE 
6TH DIVISION, DAUPHIN, LEBANON AND BERKS 
COUNTIES MILITIA. 



John Line. 
Vallentine Losser. 
Michael Steiner. 
George Miller, B. s 
Michael Gottman. 
John Dinges. 
Jacob Fesig. 
Henry Hawk. 
Benjamin Shifler. 
Henry Losser. 

Nicolaus Eckert. 
Henry Miller. 
Henry Hibshman. 
Gabriel Marburger. 
Wendel Hibshman. 
Ad'am Basler. 
John Hahn. 
Samuel Heichold. 
Samuel Faber. 
Thomas Basler. 



First Class. 

Michael Blecher. 

George Smith. 

Henry Garman. 
I. Henry Oxenreider. 

Jacob Kissinger. 

Jacob F'eierstine. 

John Harrison. 

Michael Gingerick, Junr. 

Jacob Wagener. 

John Glass. 
Second Class. 

Christian Ramler. 

Wiliam Huber. 

Dr. Henry Bower. 

Jacob Shener. 

Jonathan Baldorff. 

George Miller, Farmer. 

Jacob Everly. 

Michael Long. 

Philip Wolf. 

Henry Cornwell. 



Philip Katterman. 
Jonas Hawk. 



Third Class. 

Adam Beshore. 
John Steiner. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



379 



Jacob Dinges. 
Peter Spangler. 
Bernhard Yieugst. 
Christopher Loeb. 
Christian Spanuth. 
David Kline. 

Bastian Garman. 
Jacob Royer. 
Conrad Garman. 
John Lightuer. 
Henry Beshore. 
Frederick Pohlman. 
John Basford. 
Benjamin Mengel. 
Jacob Olvine. 
Jacob Hauck. 
John Fortney. 
Jacob Diehl. 



Christian Walborn, Ch. 
Michael Speck. 
John Basler. 
Jacob Gets. 
John Klinger. 

Fourth Class. 

Michael Garman. 
John Walborn. 
Benjamin Noecker. 
Michael Mayer. 
Frederick Breidenbach. 
Henry Blecher. 
John Wolf. 
Philip Blecher. 
Henry Smith. 
John Heffelfinger. 
Jacob Mayer. 
Daniel Lehman. 



A TRUE RETURN OF THE 8TH COMPANY 78TH REGI- 
MENT 1ST BRIGADE 6TH DIVISION PENNSYLVANIA 
MILITIA, COMPOSING THE FIRST, SECOND, THIRD & 
FOURTH CLASSES. 



Samuel Karper. 
John Snyder. 
Anthoney Karmoney. 
Jacob Barnhart. 
John Lantz. 
Christian Overholtzer. 
Felix Weltmer. 
Abraham Barnhart. 



First Class. 

Henry Peter. 
John Heffelfinger. 
John Kratzer. 
George Harkelroad. 
Henry Walter. 
Christian Wirich. 
Adam Wise. 
Michael Eversole. 



Daniel Farner. 
Jacob Long. 
Martin Bowm.an. 
Abraham Bawman. 
Christly Forney. 
George Ellinger. 



Second Class. 

John Barnett. 
Conrod Horstick. 
Jacob Caverich. 
Peter Over. 
John Miller. 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Third Class. 



Adam Kettering. 
Henry Dasher. 
Samuel Longenecker. 
Robert Geddis. 
Christley Bowman. 
Peter Killinger. 
George Snyder. 
Martin Funk. 

Lawrence Harkelroad. 

Jacob Fox. 



John Horstick. 
Adam Ney. 
Henry Poorman. 
Abr'm Hurhi. 
Peter Wolfersberger. 



Felex Landis. 
Fredrick Pristley. 
John Duncan. 
Michael Palm. 
George Palm. 
John Robinson. 
Aron Douglass. 
George Karmoney. 
John StoUffer, Jr. 



Fourth Class. 



Fredk. Burk. 
Jacob Kreamer. 
Wm. Smith. 
John Martin. 



JOHN ELDER, Capt. 



CLASS ROLL OF CAPTN. ORTH'S COMPANY, FIRST BRI- 
GADE, SIXTH DIVISION. 



First Class. 



Jacob Thomas. 
John Kreider. 
John Witmer. 
James Freal. 
Joseph Kieffer. 
John Karmenie. 
John Gingrich. 
Jacob Witmer. 



David Karmenie. 
George Hoffer. 
Peter Reist. 
Barney Farrey. 
Jacob Seagrist. 
Jacob Weis. 
Christian Gingrich. 
Jospeh Zimerman. 



Second Class. 



Christopher Riegerd. 
Andrew Onel. 
Patrick Troal. 
Martin Kreider. 
Daniel Miller. 
Ulrich Burekholder. 
Tobias Kreider. 



George Smith. 
David Hoke. 
John Orth. 
Michael Whitmore. 
Peter Cauchman. 
Peter Liueawever. 
Phillip Bowman. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



381 



Third Class. 



Tobies Krieder. 
Phillip Ulrich. 
Joseph Thotier. 
Peter Whitmore. 
John Hoffer. 
Abraham Gingrich. 



Michael Long. 
John Kreider. 
Henry Kreider. 
Michael Meyer. 
John Forney. 
Thomas Engle, 



George White. 
.Jacob Hoke. 
Patrick McCinty. 
Phillip Cetring. 
John Thoner. 



Fourth Class. 



Michael Gingricli. 
Jacob Becker. 
David Long. 
Christian Hosteler. 
Martin Light. 
John Gremer. 



Uncommissioned officers. 



James Elliott. 
John Black. 
John Zimmerman. 
Jacob Urich. 



Samuel Reeser. 
Henry Hininhiser. 
Michael Kingrick. 



0^ 



( 382 ) 



MISCELLANKOUS MUSTER AND CLASS 
ROLLS, SIXTH DIVISION— 1812-14. 



MISCELLANEOUS MUSTER ROLLS— 

1812-14. 



( 383 ) 



^1 



(384) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



Jamestown, August, 8th, 1814. 

Pensylveuia Millitia of the 117 Rigamend unter the Detach- 
ment of First Brigade & Sixth Divition the Offissers 12 3 4 
traft the. 







First Traft. 






Captain. 






Abraham Stine. 






Lieut. 








George Henning. 






Ensign. 






Jacob Kohr. 






Privates. 


1. 


John Fosnaeht. 


2.5. 


George Fearllng. 


2. 


Michael Stron. 


26. 


John Heilman. 


3. 


Peter Beshore. 


27. 


John Harper. 


4. 


Christ'r Lang. 


28. 


Benjamin Hufnogeel. 


5. 


Peter Feeser. 


29. 


Piter Beck. 


6. 


Conrad Reiser. 


30. 


John Hufnogeel. 


7. 


Daniel Wenner. 


31. 


William Bomberger. 


8. 


Philip Fauver. 


32. 


Michael Snyder. 


9. 


John Shiller. 


33. 


Samuel Winder. 


10. 


John Meess. 


34. 


Henry Breihtbill. 


11. 


Philip Kreps. 


35. 


John Fox. 


12. 


Jacob Waggnar. 


36. 


John island. 


13. 


Jacob Horner. 


37. 


John Winder. 


14. 


Jacob Wolbarn. 


38. 


John Isenharver. 


15. 


Jacob Braun. 


39. 


Alex W. Cright. 


16. 


George Biuner. 


40. 


George Keefer. 


17. 


Philip Hunsegert. 


41. 


Jacob Hufnaugle. 


18. 


Abraham Beeny. 


42. 


James todel. 


19. 


Frederick Gomber. 


43. 


Jacob Stoner. 


20. 


Jacob Wolbarn. 


44. 


David todel. 


21. 


Bolser Aulberdoll. 


45. 


James Mardin. 


22. 


Jacob Shark. 


46. 


Samuel Johnston. 


23. 


Henry Aulberdoll. 


47. 


Robert Snograss. 


24. 


John Blouck. 


48. 


John Mertan. 




25— Vol. VII— 6th Ser. 





386 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



49. Piter August. 

50. John hauser. 

51. John Lengel. 

52. Piter wert. 

53. John Philps. 

54. Nicolas Bern. 

55. Chris't hunseger. 

56. Martin Wengerd. 



57. John Babb. 

58. Ab'r Wengard. 

59. John Wolf. 

60. Abrah. Wolder. 

61. Samuel Bryen. 

62. Henry Shuey. 

63. Peter zering. 



Segcud traft. 

Captain. 

Christian Shuey. 

Lieut. 
Adam Bomgartner. 

Ensign. 
Philip Lutz, 



Private. 



1. John Wolder. 

2. Jacob Snelrly. 

3. Gaberel Lang. 

4. John Hagentorn. 

5. George Felty. 

6. George Buch. 

7. John Kunss. 

8. Christ Ehler. 

9. Henry Benther. 

10. John Meess. 

11. Philip Kreps. 
13. Henry Bucher. 

13. Samuel Glimer. 

14. George Bader. 

15. Henry Spitler. 

16. Aulbart Isenhorver. 

17. Henry Huldaman. 

18. Piter Gettel. 

19. George Farnvokl. 

20. Benjamin Beshore. 



21. Michel Fisher. 

22. Jacob Isenharver. 

23. Samuel Hunseger. 

24. Henry Light. 

25. John Tinlvel. 

26. Jacob Detiss. 

27. Daniel Loss. 

28. Chris't Zigler. 

29. George fisher. 

30. David Waggnar. 

31. William Moon. 

32. John Walmer. 

33. Daniel uhrick. 

34. David Wetpner. 

35. Abraham Wetpner. 

36. Nicocles urich. 

37. William Slugy. 

38. Henry Meess. 

39. Henry Winder. 

40. John Hetrick. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



387 



41. John folmerger. 

42. Michel Seltzer. 

43. .Jacob Seltzer. 

44. George Hauert. 

45. Martin Kreiser. 

46. John todd. 

47. William Sranch. 

48. George Walmef. 

49. Piter Gremer. 

50. Simon Boons. 

51. John A. Alberd. 

52. John Snider. 

53. Henry Stoner. 

54. Robert Hill. 



55. James Sloan. 

56. Henry Yering. 

57. Voladin Penthers. 

58. John Kohr. 

59. George Penthers. 

60. Daniel Rank. 

61. George Wolmer. 

62. Aden Minnig. 

63. John Salazan. 

64. Philip Isenhorver. 

65. Godfrit Bardner. 

66. George Sharck. 

67. William Yering. 

68. Jacob Brast. 



3 third traft. 

Captain, 

George Lightner. 

Lieut. 
John Benther. 



1. Felix Light. 

2. Isig Snebrly. 

3. George Fisher. 

4. John Fouver. 

5. Jacob Spiller. 

6. Henry Dups. 

7. Daniel Wolf. 

8. Andrue Wenner. 

9. John Wolbarn. 

10. Henry Wolbarn. 

11. Jacob Weller. 

12. John Snebily. 

13. Philip Miller. 

14. Michel Hufman. 

15. Henry Lehmy. 

16. Leonard feeman. 



Eing. 
William Wolmer. 

Privates. 



17. Christ Shuey. 

18. John Kran. 

19. Jacob Rouck. 

20. Henry Meily. 

21. George Feeser. 

22. John Aulbard. 

23. Jacob Eimrich. 

24. John Yaunker. 

25. George Moll. 
5th Capt. 

26. John N. Quick. 

27. Cuurat Maurer. 

28. John Ginrich. 

29. John Kleinfelther. 

30. Michel Bomgartner. 

31. George LentJL 



388 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



32. Jacob Knauss. 

33. John Aulleman. 

34. William husharver. 

35. Piter Goodman. 

36. John Hauk. 

37. Samuel todel. 

38. Jacob Pofly. 

39. Joeps Shoap. 

40. Coleman rautsalm. 

41. Daniel Kunkleman. 



42. Martin Wengert. 

43. John Shregengart. 

44. George Diben. 

45. John Woods. 

46. Adem Satazan. 

47. George hulsberg. 

48. Christ. Zering. 

49. Martin Sharck. 

50. George Lutz. 

51. George Spenel. 



4 Fourth traft. 

Captain. 

Michel Kohr. 

Lut. 
Abraham Losse. 

Enig. 
Philip Wilemyer. 



1. Henry Zegly. 

2. Christopher hosinger. 

3. Henry Kershling. 

4. William Blessing. 

5. John Fouver. 

6. John Fisher. 

7. John Seeman. 

8. Christ Wengerd. 

9. Daniel Beshore. 

10. thomas Meess. 

11. Chasper Shark, Jr. 

12. Henry Meier. 
Philip Smoetterly, 

13. Jacob Meily. 

14. Samuel Lutz. 

15. Valadin uner. 

16. Jacob Light. 

17. Henry Doup. 

18. Bill Williams. 



19. Samuel Stober. 

20. Abraham Blouch. 

21. John Martin. 

22. Peter Wolmer. 

23. John Gowerrick. 

24. George Bross. 

25. Adam March. 

26. Joseph wolder. 

27. John Fauver. 

28. John Diben. 

29. John Bross. 

30. Chasper Kreiser. 

31. George Gerverrick. 

32. David m Cright. 

33. Piter Rough. 

34. John Keefer. 

35. Henry Karonets. 

36. Michel Killinger. 
87, William Bomberger. 



WAR OF 1S12-1814. 389 

38. Conred hoover. 41. George fehler. 

39. Jacob Eleberger. 42. John Diben. 

40. John Mees. 

5 Cap., 53 

2 Cap., 68 

3 Cap., 51 

4 Cap 42 

224 
Marching, 110 

Absentees 114 



A TRUE RETURN OF THE HUMMELSTOWN LIGHT IN- 
FANTRY WHO HAVE THIS DAY MADE A TENDER OF 
THEIR SERVICES AS PART OP THE QUOTA OF THE 
78TH REGIMENT, AUGUST 9TH, 1814. 



Captain. 
John B. Mooi'liead. 

Lieutenant. 
John Manly. 

Ensign. 
David Mabel. 

Sergeants. 

John McCord. 
Deitrick Fishburn. 
William Hammil. 

Simon Louer. 

Corporals. 

William McCord. 

Francis Drummond. 

Privates. 

Andrew Frazer. John Cromwell. 

Robert Moorhead. John Quig. 



390 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



William Quig. 
Thomas Simonton. 
Thomas H. Moore. 
John Welsh. 
Thomas Ramsey. 
Samuel Smith. 
Joseph Wheeler. 
William Willson. 



6lh Division, P. M. 



Benjamin Myer. 
Jacob Dooey. 
Samuel Pearson. 
John Wallace. 
Thomas McMur. 
John Pollack. 
Jacob Bear. 
Edward Shannon. 

CHRIST'N SPAYD, ESQR. 
Brigade Inspector 1st Brigade. 



To Mr: 

Christian Spayd, Brigade Inspector of the firs Brigade Sixth 
Division Pennsylvania Militia. 

Sir: 

We have Considered to make the Return of our Rifle Com- 
pany in the following manner, viz: 

That we will march with the Militia now Drafted, when 
and where the first and second class marches, and to take the 
same tour as the Militia, but to go Volunteerly Independent 
for ourselves and not in Substitution of any other Company, 
Officers and privates Names as follows: 

Captain. 
Benjamin Lesher. 

Ensign. 
Jacob Ziegler. 

Lieutenant. 
Daniel Leitner. 



Privates. 



Adam Wommer. 
Thomas Kern. 
Christian Shallenberger. 
Peter Wolf. 
Henry Mies. 
Jonathan Fortney. 
George Brost. 
Henry Lantz. 
Christian Fisher. 



John Guntrum. 
Moses Richmond. 
Michael Stater. 
George Lerch. 
John Felty. 
Henry Eisenhower. 
John Walborn. 
Henry Brand. 
Benjamin Boeshor. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



391 



Christopher Christ. 
Frederick Kreiser. 
Leonard Feg. 
Georgp Boeshor. 
Frederick Buchmyer. 
Frederick Wetzel. 
Jacob Behny. 
Casper Mies. 
Peter Feg. 
Daniel Kaufman. 
Jacob Achenbach. 
Joseph Feerer. 
Abraham Weltmer. 
George Derkis. 
John Stehly. 



Henry Hearing. 
Jacob Wetzel. 
Martin Behny. 
George Reddig. 
George Shuey. 
Peter C. Freylinghous. 
David Capp. 
John Huber. 
Daniel Wolf. 
Christoph Seiler. 
Henry Meyer. 
George Fisher. 
George Clemens. 
Christian Frank. 



In this said Company we have 4 Sergeants 4 Corporals and 
about twenty good Rifles. 

We the Officers of said Company do hereby certify that the 
above Return is Just and true, to the best of our knowledge; 
Witness our Hands this 17th day of August, Anno Domini, 
1814. 

BENJAMIN LESHER, Captain, 
JACOB ZIEGLER, Ensign, 
DANIEL LEITNER, Leiut. 
Jonestown, 17 August, 1814. 



A RCLL OF CAPTAIN MICHAEL PETRES' COMPANY OP 
VOLUNTEERS FORM'D IN WOMELSDORFF TOWN IN 
THE COUNTY OF BERKS DESIGNATING THE CLASS & 
COMPANY TO WHICH THEY RESPECTIVELY BELONG 
TO. IN THE REGIMENT OF MILITIA, SEPTEMBER 1ST, 
1S14. 



Substitute for. 



Captain. 
Michael Petre 




1st I>ieut. 




2d I.ieut. 
John Griesz 





I^atn William Persons. 
T^ate William Persons. 
Lato William Persons. 



392 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



A ROLL OF CAPTAIN MICHAEL PETRES' COMPANY OF 
VOLUNTEERS FORM'D IN WOMELSDORFF TOWN IN 
THE COUNTY OF BERKS— Continued. 



Substitute for. 



Ensign. 
John German . 






Privates. 
Jacob Griesz 




Jacob Eckler .... 




George Oswalt 




Joseph Smith . .. 




George Doutrich 








Philip Sippel 












1 


























Charles Manner 












William Smith 




Henry' Binkly 




Daniel Clouss 








Adam Bonawitz 




John North 




Michael Price 




Bernharcl Klatz 








Ludwig Fidler 











Ludwig Weisz 






































Peter Fisher 




William Grill 







L.ate William Persons. 



Late William Persons. 
Late William Persons. 
Late William Persons. 
Late William Persons. 
Late William Persons. 
Late William Persons. 
Late William Persons. 
Late William Persons. 
Late William Persons. 
Late William Persons. 
Late William Persons. 
Late William Persons. 
Late William Persons. 
Late William Persons. 
Late William Persons. 
Late William Persons. 
Peter Zerber. 
Jonathan Jones. 
William Persons. 
Bernhard Shreiner. 
William Persons. 
Capt. Marx. 
William Persons. 
George Meiser. 
W^illiam Persons. 
William Persons. 
William Persons. 
William Persons. 
Peter Zerbe. 
William Persons. 
Capt. Eoeckel. 
Capt. Bishoff. 
Capt. Boeckel. 
William Persons. 
Capt. Kissel. 
Capt. Bishoff. 
Wm. Persons. 
Wm. Persons. 
Capt. Kissel. 
Capt. Kissel. 



WAR OF 1S12-1S14. 



393 



A true account of Captain Michael Petree's Company, of 
Public and private Property, 





Public Property. 


1 




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a 




s 


£ 


^ 


S 


to 


^ 


g 




a 
















% 


o 


H 


'- 


c 



Private Property. 



28 


5 


7 


18 


22 


4 


39 

1 


43 
1 



A RETURN OP THE OFFICERS, NON-COMMISSIONED 
OFFICERS AND PRIVATES UNDER THE COMMAND OF 
CAPT. JOHN GRAHAM, SRD COMPANY OF THE 78TH 
REGMT. P. M. 



Captain. 
Jno. Graham. 

Lieut. 
Jas. Porter. 

Non-Commissioned Officers. 

Jas. Corbett. 
Wm. Boon. 
Jno. Prestel. 
George Rider. 
John Straw, fifer. 



Privates. 



Wra. Kinslow. 
Rudolph Mulholland. 
.Tarns. Mulholland. 
Henry Smith. 
Michael Umberger. 



Wm. Rider. 
Jacob Shriver. 
Thomas Stephenson. 
Samuel Allen. 
Jas. Cathcart. 



394 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Daniel Carvery. Richard Moore. 

James Boon. Henry Lemon, 

Robert McFaddin. John Boon. 

George , John Duncan. 

Michael Deckart. Thos. Griffith. 
John Robinson. 

Muskets in Company — None. 

Canteens in Company — None. 

Tents in Company — None. 

Swords in Company — Three, one belonging to Captain, one 
to Lieut, and one to the 1st Sergt., all private property. 

Camp-kettles in Company — Three, public property. 

Knapsacks in Company — Twenty-seven, private property. 

Blankets in Company — Twenty-seven, private property. 

1 certify that the above is a true statement of my Company 
given under my hand this t9h day of Sept., 1814. '- 

JOHN GRAHAM, Capt. 



3 Draft September the 9th, 1814. 

Capt. 

George Leitner in the 117 Richment. 

Ensign. 
William Walmer. 

Drummer — 1 Drum. 

Sergent. 

Philip Hunsioker. 
Felix Leith. 

Cabral. 



George Benner. 
John Albert. 



Privates. 



Jacob Emrich. 
George Lutz. 
Daniel Loss. 
Jacob Brown, 



WAR OF 1S12-1814. 395 

John Juncker. 

Heniamin Weiser — sobstut for meicel Hoffman. 

John faver. 

George Noll. 

William Hooshaer. 

Andrue Wenner. 

Peter Goodman. 

.John Walborn. 

Cunrath Maurer. 

Henry Walborn. 

/ohn Shreckengast. 

Henry kecch— sobstute for Martin Wengert. 

John klick. 

No arms. 

No Tens. 

2 Camp Kettelster not gut in order I to here by certify to be 
a true return. 

GEORGE LEITNER, Capt. 



A RETURN OF THE OFFICERS, NONCOMMISSIONED AND 
PRIVATES UNDER THE COM AND OF CAP'T THOS. Mc- 
ELHENY 4TH COMPANY 78TH REGIMENT PA. M'A. 



Captain. 
Tho's McElheny. 

Lieutenant. 
Daniel Hatten. 

Noncommissioned Officers. 

Sergeants. 

1st. Thos. Finney. 

2nd. David Fishburn. 

3rd. Jacob Painter. 

4th. James Baird. 

Privates. 

1. Henry Cope. 4. John Luten. 

2. Frederick Bush. 5. Nelenour . 

3. Martin Funk. 6. Patrick McKenny. 



396 PENNSYKVAMIA VOLUNTEERS. 

7. Jacob Keller. 14. William Hamilton. 

8. Frederick Nagle. 15. Adam Negh. 

9. John Lance. 16. Henry Frankford. 

10. Frederick Stukey. 17. George Pallum. 

11. Henry Dasher. 18. Christian Early. 

12. Frederick Plesly. 19. Martin Swagoet. 

13. John Jameson. 20. Jacob Ulrich. 

Muskets — none in the Company. 

Swords — 2 Belonging to Capt., one Lieut., one Private 
property. 

Camp Kettles— 3 Publick Property. 

Canteens, Knapsacksy-Private Property. 

Canteens — sergeants 4. 

I certify that this is a true Statement of my Company given 
under my hand this 9th day of Sept., 1814. 

THO'S McElheny, Capt. 



A. RETUHN OF THE OFFICERS, NON-COMMISSIONED OF- 
FICERS AND PRIVATES OF THE 1ST COMFY. CAPT. 
PETER SNYDER, INCLUDING THE 2ND & 6TH COM- 
PANY ATTACHED TO 78TH REGT. P. M. 



Captain. 
Peter Snyder. 

Ensign. 
Robert Moody. 

Sergants. 

Jas. Hummel. 

Christian Spade. 

John Snyder. 

John Leehigh. 

Corporals. 

David Manly. 

Lawrencce Alberty. 

Micheal Kerkslager. 

John Scott. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



397 



Drummer. 
James Edwards. 



Privates. 



John Waltz. 
Solomon Hays. 
John Bail. 
Michael Cassell. 
Abra. Eversole. 
Michael Waltz. 
Jacob Horstle. 
Robt. Cuningham. 
John McElrath. 
Peter Hetrick. 
John Wolff. 
Jacob Andrew. 
James Wright. 
David Wirerick. 
David Moser. 
Richd. Hays. 
James Grunden. 
John Erwin. 
Fredk. Hummell. 
John Sawyer. 
John Duncan. 
David Johnston. 
Michael Hemberly. 
David Etley. 
John Conrad. 

Swords in Company 



-Two, 



Charles Hughes. 
George Johntz. 
Michael Gross. 
James McBride. 
George Haythorn. 
Frederick Cassell. 
William Curry. 
Daniel Bollinger. 
George Critzan. 
George Remly. 
William Strouse. 
Jacob Bollinger. 
Joseph Hepick. 
John Colwins. 
Joseph Phillips. 
George McCann. 
William Dennis. 
John Schaffner. 
John Carter. 
John Hartz. 
Jacob Demuth. 
William Risser. 
John Ferguson. 
John Hutton. 
Sample McKee. 
one belonging to Capt. Snyder, 



the other to Ensign Moody, private property. 

Muskets in Company — Thirty-six stand arms. 

Knapsacks in Company — Fifty-five, private property. 

Cartouch-boxes in Company — None. 

Camp-kettles in Company — Nine. 

Tents in Company— None. 

Drums in Company — One. 

Cateens in Company — None. 

Bayonets, Scabords & Belts in Company — None. 

Blankets in Company— Forty-four, private property. 

This is to certify that the above is a true statement of my 
Company, given under my hand this 9th day of Sept. 1814. 

PETER SNYDER, Capt. 



398 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



September 9lh, 1814. 

1 Draft of the 117 Reagment. 

Capt. 
Abraham Stine. ^ 

Leut. 

George Henning. 

Sargent. 
John McGuig. 
John Martin. 

Coper. 

John Winter. 

John Fox. 



John Hower. 
George Farling. 
peter Eeashore. 
Lewes Gulp — substut for 

riaiptr. 
James Todd. 
Elex Mcright. 
David Todd. 
William Mcright. 
Samuel Jonston. 
John Hoofnagle. 
peter unghts. 



Privet^s. 

James Martin. 
Robert Snodgrass. 
Iknjamen Hoofnagle. 
John John wolf. 

John Heilman. 
John Ward. 
John Mees. 
Jacob Wolburn. 
Conrd. kizer. 
Samuel Todd. 
Samuel Winter, fifer. 
Samuel OBryen. 



No. Arms — None. 
No. Tents — None. 

I do certify that the above return is Just and Tru To the 
^est of my knowledge. 

CAP. ABRAHAM STINE. 



A List of the Lebanon Rangers attach'd. 

Captain. 

Jacob Awchey. 

Lieutenant. 
Hugh Willson. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



399 



Insign. 
Adam Stager. 



Privates. 



Joseph Barthman. 
Joseph Schnee. 
David Welch. 
Samuel Keen. 
John Loeb. 
Henry Loeb. 
Henry Boyer. 
Samuel Fogel. 
Jones Walther. 
Peter Wise. 
Jacob Uhler. 
Samuel Adehkins. 
James Martain. 
James Johnston. 
Henry Otl. 



Francis Day. 
Samuel Bouhman. 
George Anchey. 
Jueha Frantz. 
Samuel Reed. 
Thobeas Krider. 
Frederick Stover. 
Philip Huber. 
William Sharrer. 
William Hubley. 
John Kreamer. 
Christian Titrich. 
John Smith. 
Meichel Meyer. 



RETURN OF THE ARMS AND ACUTREMENTS OF CAP- 
TAIN ORTH'S COMPANY ATATCHED TO THE THIRD 
REGEMENT PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA. 



Jostph Orth, Capt., 1. 

Privates, 23. 

Knapsacks, 20. 

No. of tents, 0. 

Cartridge boxes, 0. 

Camp kittles, 3. 

Canteens, 8. 

Swords, 1. 

The Sword is private property. 

The Knapsacks are all private property. 



Privates. 



John Berry. 
Jacob Rees. 
Samuel Reesser. 
Henry Hireinhiser. 
John Bausler. 



Michael Speck. 
Jacob Dinies. 
Jacob Gets. 
Peter Spengier. 
Christian Spanhoote. 



400 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

John Brownewell. James Mclachliu. 

Phillip Caterman. Jolia Swier. 

John Rholand. Patriclv McGiuty. 

Adam Beashoar. George White. 

George Wittemoyer. Christophle Leap. 

John Switzer. James Elliott. 

John Keyley. 

I do hereby certify the abov to Be a true Return. 

JOSEPH ORTH, Capt. 



RETURN OF THE ARMS, ACOUTREMENTS OF CAPT. 
SWOP'S COMPANY ATTACHED TO THE 3TH REGIMENT 
OF PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA. 



Commissioned Officers, 2. 

Privates, 34. 

Napsacks, 32. 

Camp Itettles, 2. 

Canteens, 9. 

Swords, 2. 

The Swords & Knapsacks and Canteens is all private 

property. 

Capt. 

Jacob Schowp. 

Ensign. 
John Bender. 

Fifer. 
Henry Wollever. 

Drummer. 
Henry Schowp. 

Privates. 

Frederick Bohmen. John Fortney. 

John Till (David's son). Penjamen Noceker. 

Peter Stauffer. Jacob Deal. 



WAR OF 1S12-1S14. 



401 



Jacob Myer. 
John Herrison. 
John Besport. 
Henry Beshor. 
Henry Smith. 
Daniel Kuntzman. 



Henry Hery (sub for John 

Ferny). 
John Yengst. 
John Gremer. 
John Bealer. 
Henry Blecher. 



Samuel Baty (substituted AdamJohn Wolf. 



Rice). 
Werner 01 win (sub 

Jacob). 
Enoch Ritter. 
George Robison. 
John Bright. 
John Himes. 



Deaniel Fegon. 
for Sam. John Welborn. 

Banjeman Menger. 

Michel Myer. 

John Miller for Dan. Miller. 

John Strow. 

Henry Myer. 

John Young. 

JACOB SCHOWP. Capt. 
I do Certify the above to be a true Return. 



26— Vol. VII— 6th Ser. 



(402) 



MISCELLANEOUS CLASS ROLLS- 
1812-14. 



(403) 



(404) 



WAR OF 1S12-1S14. 



405 



A TRUE RETURN MADE OF ALL THE DRAFDET MEN 
OUT OF MIDDLETOWN COMPANY JULY 27TH, 1814. 



First class. 



John Gross. 
Eli Rigg. 
William King. 
Michael Hemperley. 
David Ettler. 
Jacob Mayer. 

Charles Hughs. 
John wagoner. 
John Snyder, shoe. 
George Jontz. 
Michael Gross. 



George Lawman. 
John Janlz. 
Francis murrey. 
Daniel Thomas. 
John Conrad. 



second glass. 



James McBride. 
Peter Burgayne. 
George Heathoun. 
George Selzer. 



third glass. 



Daniel Weirick. 
Freaderick Cassel. 
William Currey. 
Daniel Bollinger. 
Jacob Shirtz. 



Josceph Strowman. 
Ben murphy. 
Henry Herran 
Pluncket Crabb. 
Joshua Elder. 



Fourth class. 



John Snyder. 
George Critzen. 
Adam Hemperley. 
Dr. James Cammon. 
George Remley. 
William strous. 
Jacob windnagle. 



John Lehigh. 
Laurence Albertee. 
Henry Blake. 
John Nisley. 
Jacob Bollinger. 
Joseph Heppick. 
Charles mooney. 



406 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



AUGUST 6TH 1814. A GENERAL CLASS LIST OF TH 
DRAFTED MALITIA OF THE FOURTH COMPANY OF 
THE G6TH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA MALITIA IN 
THE BOROUGH OF HARRISBURG OF THE 1-2-3-4 
CLASSES. 



Captain. 
Jeremiah Rees. 



First Class. 


Age. 


Remarks. 




34 
20 
22 
29 
27 
27 

37 
41 

35 

2"7' 
22 
29 

22 

27 
30 
29 
31 
24 
33 
25 
40 
30 
23 

23 

29 
29 
25 
27 
30 
22 












Leonard lleilig 




Vollintine Hummel 




Martin Sorter 




Isaack Tunibleson 




John Weiser 




Samuel Kelley 






not found. 


Arthur Roney 


not found. 


Sammuel Bryan 

William Patrick. 
Thomas Minshal 




.Tftoob Awl 




Second Class. 
Joseph Wallace 




Ja r-ob Elder, 




Peter Pry 




Joseph «eig-er 




Christopher Knepley 




Gilburt Burnet, 






not found. 


Samuel Laird 






John Maclure 

George Elsnian, 








Tliomas White 




Third Class. 

Jnh.n MuUin 

Peter Stutzer 

John n-jly ^...../.......... 

James Magarin 


not found, 
not hear. 


John Foster 




George Moyer 


not found. 



WAR OF 1S12-JS14. 



407 



AUGUST 6TH 1814. A GENERAL CLASS LIST OF TH 
DRAFTED MALITIA OF THE FOURTH COMPANY OF 
THE 66TH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA— Continued. 



First Class. 


Age. 


Remarks. 


.John Johnson 


36 
29 
24 
27 
30 
33 
31 
36 
31 
22 
26 

40 
31 
23 
34 

f, 

23 
22 
22 
23 
30 
26 
32 

33 

20 

20 




James R. Boyd, 




Moses Maclean 




John L Wallace ... 




Ila^h Ham.Pelton 




John Horter 




Samuel Kleckner 








James Floyil 

Fourth Class. 
John Dumars . .. 




Martin Miles 


not found. 


Peter Shutt 




John Lvne 




Joseph Marshal 






not found. 


John McMichael 




Silas Marsh 








John Shefty 


Uifie. 






























Joseph Keller. 








George Moyer 


hatter. 




Six Muskets-6-- 



I do hereby certify that this is a true roll a list of the per- 
sons names drafted and notified in the several classes men- 
tioned in your order of the 26th of July Do 1814 in the Third 
Company of the 78th Regiment of Pennsylvania Militia as wit- 
ness my hand the t9h Day of August Do 1814. 

JNO. GRAHAM, Capt. 
Capt. 



John Graham. 



408 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Lieut. 
Daniel Hatton 

Ensign. 
Jacob Bear. 



First class. 



William Boon, 3d Serjt. 
Henry Smith. 
George Platts. 
John Platts 
John Umberger. 
James Mulholland. 
Henry Leman. 
Robert Rogers. 
William McNeett. 



John McElheny. 
Tristram Allen. 
Frederick Hatton. 
John Seller. 

George Shallowhammer. 
John Early. 
John Snodgrass. 
John Pollock. 



second class. 



William Rider. 
James Corbett, 1st Serjt. 
Thomas Stewart. 
Andrew Dearsnard. 
Stophel Naaker. 
Stephen Harrison. 
James Boon. 
Jacob Lingle, Senr. 



Michael Umberger. 
John Wenrich. 
Daniel Carvery. 
John McCormick. 



John Straw. 

Michael Deckart. 

John Hinney. 

Martin Reese. 

George Rider, 4th Sargt. 

H:enry Krum. 

John Boon. 



Third class. 



Thomas Barnett. 
Robert Sturgeon. 
Allen Sturgeon, 2d Sergt. 
Thomas Harper. 



Thomas Finney. 
John C. Hinney. 
George Geedy. 
John Sturgeon. 
John Allen. 
Peter Siders. 



Fourth class. 

Leonard Carveny. 

48 privates 
3 officers. 

51 Total. 



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409 



RETURN OF THE FIRST, SECOND, THIRD AND FOURTH 
CLASSES OF THE THIRD COMPANY 66TH REGT. 
PENN'A MH.ITIA, WHO HAVE BEEN NOTIFIED TO 
MEET AT HARRISBURG THE lOTH DAY OF AUGUST 
1814 TO BE INSPECTED. 

JOEL BAILEY, first Lieut. Com'd. 



First Class. 
Joel Bailey, 1st Lieut 3 Comp. 



James Chambers. 
Wm. Freemole. 
Geo. Stahley. 
Abraham Swartz. 
Alex. Jackson. 
Jon. P. McCabe. 



Peter Mooney. 
John Beicher. 
Henry Wilson. 
John Rodney. 
Daniel Miller. 



Second Class. 



Charles Hinkley. 

Daniel Howser. 

Geo. Taylor. 

Samuel Weistling, Junr. 

John H. Candor. 

Jon. Shryer. 

Jon. Shannon. 

Jacob Stineman. 



Wm. McKreight. 
Geo. Sellers. 
Luther Reiley. 
And'w PoUey. 
John Shott. 
John E. Williams. 
Jon. Sample. 
Wm. Gibson. 



Third Class. 



Moses Swan. 
Jacob Kunkle. 
Robt. Johnson. 
Jacob Kuhns. 
Jas. Jackson. 
Wm. M. Carson. 



James Roberts. 
Geo. Myers. 
Michael Kapp. 
Jacob Boas. 
Andw. Foltz. 
John Kunkle. 



Fourth Class. 



Jon. Cams. 
Jacob Steigleman. 
Jon. Howser. 
Jon. Wilson. 
Henry Peffer. 



Saml. Woner. 
Jon. Thompson. 
Frederick Zeimraerman. 
Thom Mitchele. 
Frederick Boas. 



410 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



RETURN OF THE DRAFTED MILITIA OF THE SECOND 
COMPANY OF THE 152D REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA 
MILITIA NOTICED BY BRIGADE ORDERED TO APPEAR 
IN HALIFAX THE IITH DAY OF AUGUST 1814 ARMED 
AND EQUIPPED FOR SERVISE TO MARCH WHEN RE- 
QUIRED. GIVEN UNDER MY HAND THIS lOTH DAY OF 
AUGUST A. D. 1814. 

MR. CHRISTIAN SPAYD, 
Brigadier Inspector. 



Captain. 
Jacob Dietrult. 

Lieutenant. 
Daniel Hoffman. 

Ensign. 

James Wells. 



Daniel Bitterman. 
Christian Messner. 
Jacob Rigle. 
Ephraim Bender. 
John Matter. 



First Class. 



Benjamin Bender. 
Jacob Dietruk, Jnr. 
Peter Lebo. 
Solomon Buffington. 
John Hollsman. 



Second Class. 



George Minnig. 
John Matter, Jnr. 
Fredrick Koppenhefer. 
Benjamin Hammer. 
James Woodside. 
John Bender. 



Thomas Wells. 
Henry Goodman. 
Solomon Shoffstall. 
Nicolaus Snyder. 
Christian Snoge. 
John Snyder. 



Third Class. 



George Lebo. 
Jacob Heck. 
Fridrick Loobolt. 
Isral Paul. 
Peter Minnig. 



John Buffington. 
Isaac Werner, 46. 
Jonathan Woodside. 
John Swabe. 



WAR OF 1S12-1814. 
Fourth Class. 



411 



Adam Franss. 
George Matter. 
John Enterline. 
Michal SoUodey. 
Peter Hollsman, March. 



Peter Yearts. 

John Willow. 

Isaac Matter. 

John Paul, 4th Sergeant. 

John Holtzman. 



A TRUE CLASS ROLE OF THE L 2, 3 & 4 CLASS OF THE 
7 COMPANY OF THE 78 REIGAMENT OF PENNSYL- 
VANIA MILITIA THE 9TH DAY OF AUGUST 1814. 

ADAM KARPER, Capt. 



David Wray. 
Peter Smith. 
George Henry. 



John Landis. 
Robert Cunningham. 
Abraham Lang. 
Isaac Landis. 
John Riter. 
Anthony Fishburn. 
Jacob Ekert. 



James Johnston. 
Luis Wissor. 
Martin Sweygert. 
David Fishburn. 
Samuel Johnston. 
Samuel Shanck. 

Abraham Henry. 
David Jiohnston. 
Thomas Bock. 
David Pefly. 
Henry Wissor. 



First Class. 



Daniel Fennar. 
Samuel Colb. 
Jacob Gingrich. 



Second Class. 



John Woolf. 
Jacob Schriber. 
Jacob Penter. 
Samuel Junes. 
Thomas McKissig. 
Solomon Hays. 



Third Class. 



Jacob Ulrick. 
Richart Moor. 
Robert Reed. 
Henry Cobb. 
John Price. 



Fourth Class. 



Jacob Penter. 
John Eby. 
George Angst. 
William Hemmelton. 



412 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



A LIST CONTAINING ALL PERSONS ENROLED IN THE 
FIRST, SECOND, THIRD & FOURTH CLASSES OF MY 
COMPANY. 



Cpt. Kuntz. 
Lieut. Garret. 



first Rank. 

Ensign Bender. 



John Strohme. 
John Gasser. 



Searganets officers. 

Henry Killion. 



John Ruhl». 



Trum & fife. 

George Laudensleger. 



first Glass. 



Jacob Gingrich. 
Jacob Bricker. 
William Dailey. 
Joseph Bowman. 
Jacob Smith. 
Abraham Greider. 



John Heissey. 
John Doner (?). 
John Shay. 
Christion Geipe. 
John Schnevley. 
Matheus Barndheisel. 
George Schnevley. 
Nicholas Becker. 



John Elzer. 
Joseph Strohme. 
Christioa Brubaker. 
John Garden. 
Jacob Buker. 
Henry Ott. 



Isace Barnart. 
Daniel Ramsey. 
John Smith. 
Samuel Bowman. 
David Strohm. 



2nd. Glass. 



George Bowman. 
Peter Groff. 
Jacob Stager. 
Dones Boile. 
Philip Hess. 
Benjamin Bitner. 
John Breidenstine. 



3th Glass. 



Henry Strohme. 
Michael Hoffman. 
George Schott. 
Philip Mailey. 
Daniel Brubaker. 



WAR OF 1S12-1814. 



413 



4th Gh 



Jacob Eby. 
Samuel Feese. 
Jacob Thomas. 
Abraham Bomberger. 
Frances They. 



Dauiel Bomberger. 
Philip Stouer. 
David Geipe. 
John Strohme. 
Tobias Greider. 



Capt. Kuntz, Id Comp'y. 
To Mr. Adam Retschert, Lieut Col. of the 3th Regiment. 



A TRUE RETURN OF THE GTH COMPANY BELONGING TO 
THE 66TH REIGMEN COMMANDED BY ABRAHAM SHOP, 
CAPTN. 



1st Class. 



John Lingel. 
Jacob Bakisto. 
Michal Misenhalter. 
Alexander Bell. 
John Luke. 



Charls Moyer. 
George Urih. 
John Gilgrist. 
William Waid. 
John Wiser. 



John Huver. 
William Calhoon. 
John Willson. 
Jacob Fisler. 



2nd Class. 



Jeorge Moyer. 
Jacob Bodiher. 
Leonard Stine. 



3rd Class, 



James Cowen. 
Joseph Lingle. 
Leonard Crum. 



John Strock. 
Joseph Fritchy. 
Peeter Crum. 



Thomas Lingle. 
Peeter Boniwits. 
Daniel Felty. 
John Road. 



4th Class. 



Henry Grove. 
Henry Hinkle. 
John Sight. 
George Hommon. 



414 



pe?nnsylva>ia volunteers 



CLASS ROLL OF CAPTAIN PETER SNYDER'S COMPANY 
BEING THE FIRST COMPANY OF MILITIA 78TH REGI- 
MENT. 



First Class. 



John Binhower. 
John Minnick. 
Jacob Hummel. 
Jacob Andrew. 
David Manly. 
Nicholas Singer. 



Jacob Bower. 
John Daugherty. 
John Funk. 
Christian Clinung. 
Christian Hummel 
Joseph Hummel. 



Second Class. 



Michael Woltz. 
George Diven. 
Edward Bombarger. 
James Wright 
Fred. Hummel, Sr. 
Adam Kuntreman. 
John Woltz. 
Peter Binhower. 
Phillip Leebrick. 
Daniel Baker. 
Daniel Baum. 

John Wademan. 
Daniel Shank. 
Robert Wright, 

John Kelly. 
John Bale. 
Daniel Brand. 
Jacob Regert. 
Christian Spade. 



George Gish. 
Henry Bare. 
Richard Hays. 
John Landis. 
George Hocker. 
Peter Hederick. 
Michael Cassel. 
William Luton. 
George Foster. 
John Fishburn. 



Third Class. 



David Wirick. 
Adam Regie. 



Fourth Class. 



Adam Deem. 

Michael Hargeslager. 
Joseph Gistwide. 
Solomon Shepperd. 



MISCELLANKOUS -PAPERS— 1812-14. 



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Reading, Sept. 5, 1812. 

Sir: On the 19 of June last when attending the 114 Regt. 
Collonel John Kreamer of said Regt., when I was making the 
draft, the said Kreamer in place of him giving me assistance 
and incouriging the men to turn out he told them, if in case 
they dit the Rcgt. would be obliged to give their Quato for all 
that no credit would be given to the Regt. for any of the Vol- 
untears; further detained me for considerable time telling the 
men that thear was time anough and further if ther was any 
that was willing to turn out he would be damned if he would 
not persuad them not to do it. My onnly Reason for giving 
you this infirmation is for the good of the Service, and is my 
Request that you will have him arrestit or cause it to be 
done, it would have a better affect if the arrest comes from 
you I am Sir your 

Most obedient Humble Serv't. 

P. SHOEMAKER, 
Brigade Inspector. 
WILLIAM REED, 
Adjutant General, 
P. M. 
Millerstown, Adams County. 



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PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



RETURN OF THE SECOND BRIGADE, SIXTH DIVISION, 
PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA AGREEABLE TO GENERAL 
ORDERS. 

Reading, May 13th, 1812. 





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149th 

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149th, 

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43rd 

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37th 

Troop of horse. 
69th 



Henry Willoz, . . 
Peter Fisher, .. 
George Alspack, 
John Haftner, . 
George Ritter, . 
Gforge Slough, . 

Gabriel Old 

Peter Dillman, . 

Michael Graff, . 
John Lotz, 

William Addams, 

John Magor, . . . 

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The volunteers above mentioned have all offered their ser- 
vices to the Governor as to what respects Captain Graff's 
Company of Light Infantry do not seem to agree to serve 
longer then two months. 

P. SHOEMAKER, 
Brigade Inspector. 



RETURN OF LEBANON VOLUNTEERS. 



Capt. 
Henry Doebler. 



Lieut. 
Jacob Embich. 



WAR OF 1812-1S14. 419 

Ensign. 
Frederick Fasnacht. 



Fifty three privates. 
"Two Musicians. 
Eight Camp Kettles all Bad. 
Forty Nine Canteens. 
Six Canteens "Wanting. 
Ten Tents. 
Fifty three Muskets, Seven Bad. 



(420) 



Seventh Division--1812-14. 



SEVENTH DIVISION, 

Cumberland and Franklin Counties. 



REGIMENTAL NUMBERS, 
SE)VENTH DIVISION, 
Cumberland, 12, 21, 49, 59, 87 and 116; Frank- 
lin, 1, 64, 6S, 73 and 96. 



SEVENTH DIVISION, 
FIRST BRIGADE— 1812-14. 



RECEIPT ROLLS— 1812-14. 



(421) 



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WAR OF 1812-1814. 423 

Carlisle, March 1st 1814. 

We the Men whose names are hereunto Subscribed attach'd 
to Capt. William Alexanders Light Infantry Company in the 
bounds of the first Brigade 7th Division Pennsylvania Militia 
and belonging to the fifth detachment now called into Service 
under the command of Col. James Fenton acknowledge to 
have received from Robert Lamberton paymaster of said de- 
tachment six dollars per man in part of additional pay 
alowed by an act of the Legislature passed the 29th day of 
March A. D. 1813 and agreeably to an act passed the 22d day 
of Feb'y 1814. 



Edward Johnson. 



James H. Hutton. 



Musicians. 

George Stine. 
Sergeants. 

Jno. L. Hayes. 



Frederick Boyer. 
George Miller, 



Corporals. 

John Wynkoop. 

Privates. 



Cornelius Wynkoop. . 

Francis McManus. 

Christian Hoffman. 

William Rowney. 

William 

John (his [X] mark) Otto 

W'm Alexander. 

James 

Isaac Bell. 

William Bullock. 

Samuel Armor. 

Wm. Craven. 

James Boyd. 

John Sponsler. 

Robet Parkson. 

Elisha Doyle. 

James (his [X] mark) Dawson lor. 

John McCartney. John Gilmore. 

William Laird. 



Geo. Kline. 

Alexander Magee. 

Michael Holcomb, 

A. E. Akru. 

Geo. D. Kim. 

John Armor. 

And'w Armstrong. 

Samuel Smith. 

John Ramsey. 

John Moore. 

Andrew (his [X] mark) Ellison 

Joseph Brown. 

James Armstrong. 

John Davidson. 

James McCartney. 

William (his [X] mark) Tay- 



424 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Enoch (his [X] mark) Fagan. 

James Wheeler. 

John Butler. 

John Scott. 

John Richardson. 

William 

John Folk. 

John Steele. 

Joseph (his [X] mark) Bor- 
land. 

Joseph McKean. 

John Kean. 

W'm Walker. 

Charles Fagens. 

Isaac Hoffer. 

Daniel Miller. 

Thomas (his [X] mark) Sulli- 
van. 

Thompson Walker. 



Henry (his [X] mark) Moch- 

more. 
Martin Weibler. 
William (his [X] mark) Biggs. 
W'm H. Smith. 
John Miller. 
Jno. Wetzel. 

John (his [X] mark) Maurice. 
William Alexander. 
Daniel Doller. 
Emanuel Phillips. 
Charles Cooper. 
Jno. Ramsey. 
John Evans. 
James McClure. 
Jno. Gibson. 
Edward Armor. 
Samuel Brumbaugh. 
W'm Thompson. 
Jacob Mull. 



Carlisle, March 1st, 1814. 

We the men whose names are hereunto subscribed attach'd 
to Capt. George Hendel's Volunteer Rifle company in the 
bounds of the first Brigade Seventh Division Pennsylvania 
Militia and belonging to the fifth detachment now called into 
Service under the Command of Col. James Fenton acknowledge 
to have received from Robert Lamberton pay master of said 
detachment six dollars per man in part of additional pay or 
compensation allowed by an act of the Legislature passed the 
29th day of March A. D. 1813 and agreeably to an act passed 
the 22nd day of February 1814. 



Frederick Sharrets. 
John Davis. 



Sergeants. 

Henry Wormley. 
Isaac Wynkoop. 
Corporal. 
Chas Koucher. 

Musician. 
John Krider. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 426 

Privates. 

Christian Poorman. John (his [X] mark) Stuclcey. 

James Abraham (his [X] marli) 

Christian Leib. Martin Long. 

Jno. Beatty. • Lewis Zearing. 

John Nicholas Boor. 

John Lechler. John Jinkins. 

Jacob Crider. Alexander MuUin. 

William Newport. John (his [X] mark) Mes- 

Peter Wareham. singer. 

Peter Ritner. John Herman. 

John Edeburn. Geo. Crockett. 

Alexr. (his [X] mark) Mc- David (his [X] mark) Wolf. 

gregor. Jacob (his [X] mark) Specs. 

Andrew Gearhart. John (his [X] mark( Shisler. 

Hugh (his [X] mark) McMickle. Saml. (his [X] mark) Fisher. 

Geo. Valentine Sholly. 

Henry Stub (mutilated). James Mullin. 

John (his [X] mark) Snyder. George Hatter, 

Charles (his [X] mark) Walker Adam Deverter. 

William Or. Saml. Ford. 

Andrew Bru. Michael Longsdorf. 

Peter McNaughton. Samuel Brenizer. 

Jacob Kergley. John Megery. 

John Gue (mutilated). Henry (his [X] mark) Sidle. 

Mai-tin Stuck (mutilated). John Hinckle. 

Henry (his [X] mark) Livinger Andrew Krause. 

Solomon John Bunken. 

John Solomon Haynes. 

Alexander Newtnan. David 

Andrew Phillips. Henry (his [X] mark) Bupp. 

James (his [X] mark) Dunbar. dinger. 

Benjamin Smith. John (his [X] mark) Warner. 

Samuel (his [X] mark) Smith. Michael (his [X] mark) Hyde. 
Wm. Galbreath. John (his [X] mark) Andrews. 

Wm. Kennedy. Isaac Kirtland. 

Philip Fortebaugh. Thomas Bruce. 

Robert (his [X] mark) Manly. Lawrence (his [X] mark) Kat- 
David Green. terin. 

Frederick (his [X] mark) William Kirtland. 

Baker. John Richer. 

George (his [X] mark) Austle- Hiram Armstreng. 

ton. Jacob (his [X] mark) Boyers. 



426 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

James Munks. John Murray. 

Daniel Raudebaugh. John • 

John, (his [X] mark) Mane- Robert Millen. 
smith. 



Carlisle, March 1st 1814. 

We the men whose names are hereunto Subscribed attach'd 
to Capt. David Moreland's Volunteer Rifle Company in the 
bounds of the first Brigade 7th division Pennsylvania Militia 
and belonging to the fifth detachment now called into service 
under the Command of Col. James Fenton acknowledge to 
have received from Robert Lamberton pay master of said 
detachment six dollars per man in part of additional pay or 
compensation allowed by an act of the Legislature passed the 
29th day of March A .D. 1813 and agreeably to an act passed 
the 22nd day of February 1814. 



Sergeants. 

1. 3. William Askins. 

2. George (his [X] mark) Gut- 4. George Strock. 
shall. 

Corperals. 

5. John Steigelman. 7. John Abercrombie. 

6. James Adams. 8. Sebastian Wagner. 

Musicians. 
9. David Beem. 

Privates. 

10. Abraham Young. 21. John Hoobler. 



11. William Wallace. 22. Henry 

12. James Rodgers. 23. George Bergstresser. 

13. Thomas Clark. 24. Davit Deissiner. 

14. Jacob Gillam. 25. Daniel (his [X] mark) 

15. Robert Dougherty. Camp. 

16. George Sheffler. 26. Joseph Taylor. 

17. Peter (his [X] mark) Kes- 27. 

ler. 28. Jacob Bauer. 

18. John Schrefler. 29. Adam (his [X] mark) Kes- 

19. George Schambach. ler. 

20. Jacob Walker. 30. James 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 427 

31. 61. Arch'd Kennedy. 

32. 62. John hamitten. 

33. John (his [X] mark) 63. James (his [X] mark) 
Baughman. Martin. 

34. Solomon Bergstresser. 64. George Kelsey. 

35. Robert (his [X] mark) Rod-65. Joseph Hockenbury. 

gers. 66. Michael (his [X] mark) 

36. James Scott. Spenaberger. 

37. Henry (his [X] mark) 67. George (his [X] mark) 

Presser. Gray. 

38. Moses (his [X] mark) 68. George Buck. 

Ewing. 69. Robt. N. Buck. 

39. George (his [X] mark) Ir-70. George Wendt. 

win. 71. John Moir. 

40. Samuel Bice. 72. Daniel Fry. 

41. John Gutlender. 73. Joseph Fry. 

42. Henry Ross. 74. Abr'm Fry. 

43. John 75. Jacob Kenee. 

44. Joseph Wilson. 76. Richard Rodgers. 
45. 77. Jacob Potter. 

46. Peter Otto. 78. Samuel Willson. 

47. W^illiam Barkley. 79. William Tate. 

48. Joseph Strock. 80. Isaac Gosheet. 

49. Peter Bower. 81. John Moses. 

50. Michal newer. 82. John Gallaher. 

51. David Jordan. 83. Fredrick Bird. 

52. Thoms McCoy. 84. Jacob Hammaker. 

53. Jacob (his [X] mark) 85. Joshua Byers. 

Sheffer. 86. Philip (his [X] mark) 

54. William (his [X] mark) Deckard. 

Sheffer. 87. Jacob 

55. Petre (his [X] mark) Ev-88. Richard Steward. 

inger. 89. George Shaw. 

56. Ezekiel McMurray. 90. Robert Dunbar. 

57. Robert Welch. 91. John Jacobs. 

58. John Garland. 92. Geo. Robison. 

59. Jacob keine. 93. John (his [X] mark) Sligh- 

60. Robert (his [X] mark Hays. ter. 



Carlisle, March 1st, 1814. 
We the men whose names are hereunto subscribed attach'd 
to Capt. (Jas.) Piper's Light Infantry Company in the bounds 
of the first Brigade Seventh Division Pennsylvania Militia and 



428 



PENNSYLVANIA VOIiUNTEERS. 



belonging to the fifth detachment now called into Service under 
the command of Col. James Fenton acknowledge to have 
received form Robert Lamberton paymaster of said detach- 
ment six dollars per man in part of additional pay or compen- 
sation alowed by an act of the Legislature passed the 29th 
day of March A. D. 1813 and agreeably to an act passe dthe 
22d day of February 1814. 



Wm. L. Weakley. 
James Weakley. 



David 



James Graham. 
Danl. Kable. 
James Huston. 
William McCullough. 
Joseph Turner. 
John McWilliam. 
Benjamin Gamble. 
Peter Spangler. 
Joseph Trego. 
Robert Miller. 
Wiliam Kincaid. 
James Stitts. 

William 

Robt. Buchanan. 
John McKinney. 
Andrew Carothers. 
William Lindsey. 
Ezra Morrison. 
James Ramsey. 
William McCullough. 
Robert McLaughlin. 

James 

Wm. (his [X] mark) 
Saml. Ore. 
Hugh Patterson. 
Witness present at 



Sergeants. 

Henry James. 
James Smith. 

Privates. 

Samuel Sours. 
John 



Enoch Thomaa. 

John (his [XJ mark) Kelly. 

Andrew 

John (his [X] mark) Boner. 

Thomas Mc 

John • 

John Jared. 

Jacob (his [X] mark) Miller. 
John Bull. 
William Brown. 
William Brown, Junr. 
Michael Donnelly. 
Thos. Martin. 
Joshua Jones. 
Saml. Harper. 
Wm. Jones. 
Saml. McLaughlin. 
Geo. Graham. 
Robert Woodburn. 
Alexander Brown. 
James Watts. 
ThompsonWilliam W. Felker. 
Samuel Ingram. 
William B. Burk. 
signing James Piper. 



Carlisle, March 1st 1814. 
We the men whose names are hereunto Subsecribed attach'd 



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to Capt. Roberts Volunteer Rifle Company in the bounds of 
the first Brigade Seventh Division Pennsylvania Militia and 
belonging to the fifth detachment now called into Service 
under the Command of Col. James Fenton acknowledge to 
have received from Robert Lamberton pay master of said 
detachment six dollars per man in part of additional pay or 
compensation allowed by an act of the Legislature passed the 
29th day of March A. D. 1813 and agreeably to an act passed the 
22nd day of February 1814. 



1. Wm. Lusk. 

2. Jacob Kettering. 



Sergeants. 

3. John King. 



Corporals. 
Hugh Allen. 



Bugler. 
John Weaver. 



Thomas Allen. 
William Armor. 
Joseph Hermer (?). 
George (his [X] mark) 
Michael Kattering. 
Samuel Houts. 
James Morrow. 
Edward Morrorun (?). 
John Dredge. 
Jacob Fishben. 
Isaac Cootsner. 
John Martin. 
Philip (his [X] mark) 
Jacob (his [X] mark) 
Adam Mowry. 
James Wilson. 
John Kinkel. 
John Cemee (?). 
Thomas Turbett. 
Jesse McGahan. 
Henry (his [X] mark) 
Jacob Wimer. 



Privates. 

Paul Morton. 
John McGuire. 
Philip Nigh. 
Humes. Frederich (his [X] mariv) Mil- 
ler. 
Andrew Wilson. 
Michael (his [X] mark) Wolf. 
William Dennis. 
Seth Freeman. 
Daniel Clark. 
Samuel Early. 
Geo. Atkinson. 
Duck. Thomas holt. 
Mowry. John Gibson. 

Thomas (his [X] mark) Miller. 
Jos. McBride. 
William Whittmer. 
William Byrns. 
Joseph (his [X] mark) Powd- 
ers. 

Blake. Thomas ■ 

John (his [X] mark) Fry. 



430 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Alexander Wilson. 

John (his [X] mark) Pry, Jr, 

Robert meandss. 

James Thompson. 

William Hill. 

James Elssroth. 

James Porter. 

James Blair. 

Morrison Magee. 



David Henry. 
Samuel Carlile. 
Francis Murphey. 
Jacob (his [X] 

hammer. 
John Thompson. 
John Robinson. 
Alex'r Chambers. 



mark) Sale- 



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Jacob Krock 

James Hutchinson, ... 

Philip Correll 

Wm. Hutchinson 

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John D. Bowman 

Jacob Schnyder 

George Bush 

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Felix Wise (Weiss), .. 
Abraham Westfall, ... 
Solomon Vanetten, ... 

liliazer Price, 

James McCarty, 



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We the subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of a company, 1st Brigade, Volunteer Infantry Militia of the 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



431 



State of Pennsylvania, lately in the service of the United 
States, under the requisition of the President of the 4th of 
July, 1814, and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby 
acknowledge, to have received additional pay allowed by act 
of Assembly in such case made and provided. 



Charles Decoster. 

Frederick Irvin. 

Wlliam Carson. 

Jehu Thomas. 

Amos Howell. 

John Horn. 

Andrew Headman. 

Andrew Morrison. 

Moses Keen. 

John Maley. 

Joseph Roberts. 

John Fryer. 

Joseph Avis. 

Thomas Armstrong. 

W'm Baen. 

George Benner, witness W'm 

Corciliry. 
Michael Burn. 

John Bell, Deceased Oct. 26th. 
Thomas Bell. 
John Budd. 
John Baker. 
John T. Clark. 
Samuel Crothers. 
Lewis Cunitz. 
John Christler. 
Robert Childs. 
William Campbell. 
Charles Cramer. 
John Durr. 
Caleb Demick. 
Joseph Davis. 
George W. Fox. 
Anthony Fizone. 
Jacob Fizone. 
John Field. 
John Girvin. 



George W. Huff. 

Archer Hays. 

Robert Harvey. 

Jacob Headman. 

Jacob Hellem. 

Jacob Holahan. 

Peter Horn. 

William L. Hobson. 

William Hepperd. 

Jesse Johnson. 

Jacob Johnson. 

Holwell Jones. 

Samuel James. 

Robert Keith. 

Henry Leyer. 

Samuel Lyndall. 

Daniel Leinay. 

Joseph Lauck. 

Daniel McMullin, witness W'm 

Corciliry. 
Hugh McCafferty. 
William Moore. 
Conrad Merkel. 
Thomas Maxfield. 
Thomas Mifflin. 
Richard Miller. 
John Nice. 
John Porter. 
John Simpson. 
William Sommerl, Deserted 

November 22nd. 
Yerkes Sourman. 
Henry Snyder. 
William Shute. 
Charles Smith, discharged Nov. 

15. 
Ezra Shinn. 



432 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Thomas Tash. 
Samuel Whitman. 
Henry Whiteman. 
Edward Wood, witness Daniel 
P. Bussier. 



William West. 
Joseph Collins. 
Peter Johnston. 



Capt. John Swift's Company. 

We the subscribers, uon-commssioned officers and privates 
of the 2nd Company, 1st Regiment, 1st Brigade, Washingtoon 
Guards Militia of the State of Pennsylvania, lately in the ser- 
vice of the United States, under the requisition of the President 
of the 4th of July, 1814, and subsequent thereto, do each of us 
hereby acknowledge to have received severally from Daniel 
Bussier, Paymaster of the Militia, the sum of Two Dollars & 
sixty seven cents aditional pay allowed by act of Assembly 
in such case made and provided. 



John H. Alcock. 
Daniel Ashman. 
William Anderson. 
William Abbott. 
John Bastian, Junr. 
B. W. Ball. 
Joseph Bedford. 
R. H. Berresford. 
Joseph Burr. 
William Burke. 
John A. Browne. 
William Hoover. 
S. H. Carpenter. 
George Curry. 
Thomas Curry. 
Daniel Coppuck. 
Isaiah Canby. 
Joseph A Clark. 
John Cope. 
John Chamberlain. 
William Cline. 
James T. Cooke. 
Joseph Cooke. 
James Cockrin, Jr. 
George Cooper. 
Henry Denckla. 
Archibald Dick. 



George Douglass. 
John Erwin. 
Anthony Elton, Junr. 
Samuel Evans. 
Anthony Elton. 
Joseph Elton. 
William M. Evans. 
George Emerick. 
George D. Elsworth. 
James Fullen. 
William Fenton. 
Edward Fennell. 
James Gihon, 
John George. 
John W. Hamilton. 
William Hines. 
John Hart. 
Adam Haas. 
William Hoffman. 
Mordicai Hart. 
Joseph Hines. 
James W. Hopper. 
Thomas A. Jones. 
William Jones. 
Thomas Johnston. 
Joseph Jones. 
Edward King. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



433 



Jacob Keyser. 
John Lawrence. 
Charles Lehman. 
Francis Lasher. 
William Levering. 
William Lindsay. 
John Lane. 
A.lex'r McKensey. 
William McCoy. 
Stephen Marchment. 
Peter Morrell. 
Joseph Mynck. 
Isaac B. Mulock. 
John McPherson. 
Andrew McAlpin. 
Francis A. North. 
Israel Oat. 
John Ferry. 
Thomas Redmand. 
Robert Russel. 
William Rickards. 
Peter Riley. 
George Schreiner. 
Robert B. Sellers. 



John Singer, Junr. 
John Shinn. 
William Smith. 
John A Smith. 
Thomas Sarver. 
A. W. Summers. 
George S. Stemble. 
Samuel F. Shinn. 
Thomas Sinx. 
John V. W. Sheaf. 
James Steel. 
George Spreal. 
Shubert Thomson. 
John Thomas. 
William Tilton. 
Alex'r Vanpelt. 
Thomas Vaughan. 
Napier Wilson. 
Charles S. West. 
Joel Willis. 
Jacob Wyant. 
Abraham Wandall. 
W'm Buckius. 
James H. Young. 



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MISCELLANEOUS PAPER— 1812-14. 



(435) 



(436) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



437 



The United States. 

To James Lamberton, Brigade Inspector of the 1st Brigade, 

7th. Division, Penna. Militia. 
To: 

Noticing and Services of the Captains in the Bounds of said 
Brigade to draft men to serve a Tower of six months duty 
on Canada frontier agreable to a requisition of General John 
Armstrong acting Secretary of War and General Orders of 
the Governor of the Commonwealth of Penna. in the month 
of February, 1814. 



Ubth Regiment. 
Captains Names. 



John Clendenin 

John Earkford 

Samuel Lamb 

Isaac Adams 

Jacob Welcome, 

Lieut. Ecltelbarger , 

Paul Auckerman 

Gher 

Geoi-ge Coover, 

49th Regiment. 

John Bryner, 

George McC'onnel, 

David Showers 

Richard Parkinson 

Jacob Lightner 

Frederick Shull 

ICphiaini Adams 

John Nesbit 

David Aloreland 

Robert Thompson 

21st Regiment. 

.Vbraham Adams 

.rohn Stailey 

Jacob Sidle 

Alexander Rodger.s 

Daniel Rider 

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Samuel Albright 

John Black 

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Abraham Beeteni 

Benjamin McKeehan, . 

Werts 

David ShoUebarger, 

John Peffer 

Itenry \^'ickel 

William Draubaugh, ... 

Robert McBride 

Samuel McKeehan 

James Piper 

Andrew Mitchell 



12th Regiment. 

Thomas McMurray 

Jacob Knower, 

Jacob Squire 

William Laird 

Kobert Taylor 

Henry Horner 

Henry Gorman 

Lieut. Jos. Sommerville, 

William Alexander 

George Hendol 



S7th Regiment. 

John Trexler, 

William Peeples 

Jacob Gulp, 

George Weise 

James McElhany 

Hugh Hazleton 

1. McElwain 

John McKibbon 

John Roberts 



Richards, 



U6th Regiment. 
Adjutant Wilson, 



12th Reg't. 
Adjutant Thomas Jones 



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WAR OF 1812-1814. 



439 



James Lamberton Brigade Inspector Six days In Car- 
lisle and two in Erie Summoning or organizing the 
Court Marshall and attending on them while trying 
delinquents at ?2 por day, 



By ten dollars rec'd from the State of Pennsylvania, 
Eallance due J. Lamberton, 



1127.13 



(440) 



SEVENTH DIVISION. 
SECOND BRIGADE— 1812-14. 



RECEIPT ROLLS— 1812-14. 



(441) 



(442) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 443 

Pittsburg, March 18th, 1814. 

We the men whose names are hereunto subscribed attach'd 
to Capt. Gordon's Militia Company in the bounds of the Second 
Brigade Seventh Division Pennsylvania Militia and belonging 
to the Fifth detachment under the command of Col. James 
Fenton acknowledge to have received from Robert Lamberton 
pay-master of said detachment Six Dollars per man in part 
of additional pay or compensation alowed by an Act of the 
Legislature passed the 29th day of March, A. D. 1813, and 
agreeably to an act passed the 22nd day of Febry. 1814. 



Musicians. 

Joseph (his [X] mark) Shilling. 

William Burgess. 



Sergts. 


James 


1 Burns. 


Hugh 


Davison. 


Charles 


P. Mills. 


James Scott. 


Corporals. 


Joseph 






Joseph 




James 




John Rodmen. 


Privates. 


John McConnell. 


John Graham. 


Benj'n (his [X] mark) Lewis. 


Nath'l (his [X] mark) Fips. 


Peter Keiffer. 


Henry layton. 


Henry Baugher. 


John Huber. 


Adam (his [X] mark) Ream. 


Philip W. Mason. 


John (his [X] mark) Carsner. 


John Davis. 


Robert McClellan. 


Frederick Stumbaugh. 


William Clark. 


Fred'k (his [X] mark Beaver- 


Henry Weaver. 


son. 


Benjamin Brump. 


George Miller. 


T U 


Mathew King. 
Jacob Eby. 


jonn . 

Ab'm (his [X] mark) Peace- 


aker. 


William (his [X] mark) Wolf. 


Jacob . 


John (his [X] mark) Coon. 



Alexander McMullen. 



444 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

James Logan. George Davis. 

James Thompson. Peter (his [XJ mark) Moyers. 

William Harden. Peter (his [XJ mark) Harger. 

Christopher (his [X] mark) Andrew (his [X] mark) Rob- 
Sites, ison. 

Joseph (his [X] mark) Flora. John Bishen. 

Daniel (his [X] mark) MentzerWm. Edwards. 

George . Nicholes (his [X] mark) Smith. 

Tro's M. Clingan. Joseph (his [X] mark) Neal. 

John (his [X] mark) Craig. Philip (his [X] mark) Moyers. 

Adam Brown. John (his [X] mark) Ritter. 

Wm. (his [X] mark) Miller. Joseph (his [X] mark) Tice. 

Jacob Smith. Thomas Poe. 

Michal Bohrer. William King. 

John (his [X] mark) Greenly. Conrad Croft. 

Richard (his [XJ mark Don- Erasmus Quarter, 
aha. Adam Rankin. 

George (his [XJ mark) Barr. John Nauley. 

Joseph (his [XJ mark) Reece- Richard Cachel. 
man. Wm. Alsop. 

Joseph Huffman. John Jeffery. 

Mooney (his [XJ mark) TetrickJohn McNeal. 

Walter Redick. Henry Unger. 

George (his [XJ mark) Miller. 



Pittsburg, March 18th, 1814. 
We the men whose names are hereunto subscribed attach'd 
to Capt. Stake's Militia Company in the bounds of the Second 
Brigade Seventh division Pennsylvania militia and belonging 
to the Fifth detachment under the command of Col'o James 
Fenton acknewledge to have received from Rob't Lamberton 
pay-master of said detachment Six Dollars per man in part of 
additional pay or compensation allowed by an act of Legis- 
lature passed the 29th day of March, A. D. 1813, and agreeable 
to an act passed the 22d day February 1814. 

Musician. 
John Rogger. 

Sergeants. 

John Snively. 

Jacob Baker. 

William Vv'^escoat. 

Saml. Baker. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



445 



Corporals. 

John Over. 

Jacob Keiffer. 

John M. Shann for thomson Schools. 

Lieut. 
John Fevorrit. 



Private. 



Saml. (his [X] mark) Cremer. 
Benj'n (his [Xj mark) Long. 
John Crept. 
Philap (his [X] mark) Roan. 

Reet. 

Samuel Davenport. 

John Take. 

John (his [X] mark) Swanger. 



Geo. (his [X] mark) Byard. 
James Keever. 

Abraham . 

Charles Runion. 
John Beaty. 
George Hermoney. 

William . 

Lilly. 



David Trindle. 

John McDowel. 

John Brandt. 

Jesse (his [X] mark) Beams. 

Geo. (his [X] mark) Pluher. 

Geo. McComb. 

John Irwiu. 

Adam (his [X] mark) Myers 

Wm. (his [X] mark) Nevel. 

John Young. 

John Miller. 

Barnabas (his [X] 

Clark. 
Hugh Baker. 
John M. Maclay. 

Robert . 

Jacob Sely. 

Geo. (his [X] mark) Rist 
John Young. 
Samuel Meteer. 
Mathias Bender. 
Alexander Brakenridge. 
Robert Johnston. 
David (his [X] mark) 

ston. 



Jacob Stouffer. 

William Kline. 

William (his [X] mark) Sheets 

Joseph (his [X] mark) Fips. 

John (his [Xj mark) Marshall. 

Edward Hill. 

Jacob Crushe. 

Hugh Henderson. 

Geo. (his [X] mark) Ensmin- 

ger. 
John McConnel. 
mark) Thomas Allen. 

James his X mark Early. 

John Baker. 

John Carver. 

George Neff. 

Benjamin Deris. 

John Stewart. 

Michael (his [X] mark) Frits, 

for Jas. Campton. 
James Moorhead. 
John Cunningham. 
Peter Baker. 
Johu- Ji\nies Hardy. 

Thomas Cummins. 



Jacob (his [X] mark) Leopard. Robert McConnel, for Wi 
John (his [XJ mark) McMeal. Clapp, 
Wm. (his [X] mark) McClure, 



446 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

We whose names are hereto subscribed, non-commissioned 
Officers and privates of the Militia of Cumberland County, 
who crossed the Niagara River, into Upper Canada in the 
year 1814, under the command of Captain George Hendle do 
aclinowledge each of us to have received from the Governor 
of Pennsylvania by the hands of James Lamberton, Esquire, 
Inspector of the first Brigade of the Eleventh Division of 
Militia, ten dollars bounty, to which we are entitled under the 
provisions of an act of the General Assembly of this Com- 
monwealth, entitled, "An Act granting a bounty to certain 
Volunteers and Militia of this State," passed the nineteenth 
day of March last. Witness our hands this fifth day of August 
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and six- 
teen. 



1. John Davis. 

2. Isaac Wynkoop. 

3. Henry Woemley. 

4. Peter Ritner. 

5. John Bobs. 

6. Peter Wareham. 

7. John . 

8. John Beatty. 

9. Will'm Bruce. 

10. Thomas Bruce. 

11. John . 

12. 

13. Joseph Dougherty, for Fred'r Baker, by Power of Attorney, 

14. Geo. Crockett, Jun'r. 

15. Andrew Krause. 

16. James Dunbar. 

17. 

18. Solomon Fenerabend. 

19. Samuel (his [X] mark) Fesler, Prest. Geo. Hendel. 

20. Sarah (her [X] mark) Jenkins, for Jn'o Jenkins. 

21. Wm. Galbreath. 

22. John . 

23. Solomon Haynes. 

24. John Hinckle. 

25. Geo. . 

26. Jacob Keigley. 

27. Isaac Kirtland. 

28. William Kirtland. 

29. Lawrence (his [X] mark) Kettring, Test. Cham. Berton. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 447 

30. Alexander Mullin. 

31. Alexander (his [X] mark) McGreiger, Andrew Mitchell. 

32. Esther (her [0] Mark) Taylor, for James Mullen. 
Witness pres'L Jacob Keigley. 

33. Hugh (his [X] mark) McNickle, Pres't Geo. Hendel. 

34. Peter McNaughton. 

35. Robert Manley. 

36. John Megery. 

37. William Newport. 

38. George Hendel, for Alexander Newman. 

39. C. Poorman. 

40. Andrew Phillip. 

41. John Rickert. 

42. Henry Stulz. 

43. Benjamin Smith. 

44. Samuel Smith. 

45. Henry Steward. 

46. . 

47. Geo. Hendel, for Cha's Walker. 

48. Lewis Zearing. 



We whose names are hereto signed, non-commissioned 
Officers and privates of the Militia of Cumberland County, 
who crossed the Niagara River, into Upper Canada in the 
year 1814, under the command of Captain David Moreland, 
do acknowledge each of us to have received from the Gov- 
ernor of Pennsylvania by the hands of James Lamberton. 
Esquire, Inspector of the first Brigade of the eleventh Division 
of Militia, ten dollars bounty, to which we are entitled under 
the provisions of an Act of the General Assembly of this 
Commonwealth, entitled, "An Act granting a bounty to cer- 
tain Volunteers and Militia of this State," passed the nine- 
teenth day of March last. Witness our hands this Sixth day 
of August, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight thun- 
dred and sixteen. 



1. John Steigelman. 

2. John Kibler. 

3. Richard Rodgers. 

4. Jost Strahe, for CJeorge Strahe. 

5. James Adams. 

6. John Abercrombie. 

7. James Rodgers. 



448 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS 

8. John Myer. 

9. George Bergstresser. 

10. Samuel Biel. 

11. Jacob . 

12. Solomoji Bergstresser. 

13. William Barkley. 

14. Robert Buck, for Geo. Buck. 

15. Robt. N. Buck. 

16. Jno. M. Ginnis, Jr., atty. for Fred'k Burd. 

17. Robt. Thompson, for Joshua Byers. 

18. Jacob Keiner. 

19. David disnger. 

20. Philip (his [X] mark) Dechart, for Amos Cadwallader. 

21. Robert Dunbar. 

22. no name. 

23. Moses (his [X] mark) Ewing, for S. A. Anderson. 

24. Peter Eringer. 

25. Daniel Fry. 

26. Joseph Fry, 

27. Abraham Fry. 

28. no name. 

29. John Goodlander. 

30. Isaac . 

31. John Garland. 

32., George (his [X] mark) Goodstall, for William Wallace. 

33. John Hoobler. 

34. Matthias H. 

35. Robert Hays. 

36. John Hamilton. 

37. Adam Wolf. 

38. John Jacobs. 

39. George . 

40. Jacob Kenee. 

41. John Moses. 

42. Ezekiel McMurray. 

43. Tho's McCoy. 

44. James (his [X] mark) Martin, for Peter Thompson. 

45. Henry Presser. 

46. Jno. McGinnis Jr., Atty. for George Gray. 

47. James McNeal. 

48. George Robison. 

49. Philip Stienbaugh. 

50. George Shreffler. 

51. . 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 449 



52. Jacob Shafer. 

53. William Shafer. 

54. John (his [X] mark) Slighter. 

55. . 

56. Joseph Wilson. 

57. . 

58. Robert Welch. 

59. Geo. Wendt. 

60. Samuel Haas for Saml. Wilson 

61. William Wallace. 

62. no name. 

63. . 

64. . 



29— Vol. VII— 6th Ser. 



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MISCELLANEOUS MUSTER PAY AND 

RECEIPT KOLLS, 

SEVENTH DIVISION— 1812-14. 



MISCELLANEOUS MUSTER ROLLS- 
1812-14. 



(451) 



M52) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



463 



Capt. John Donaldsen Pa Militia (1st Regt Col. Snyder) 
Sept. 25 to Nov. 24, 1812. 



Capt. 
John Donaldson. 

Lieuts, 

Aaron Chamberlain. 
John Hall. 

Sergts. 

John McFadden. 

Abel Johnson. 

Jacob Eiland- 
Henry Comfort. 

Corporals. 

Jacob Altzbauch. 
Saml. Jones. 

Fifer. 
Michael Dennis. 

Drummer. 
Robt. Parks. 



Privates. 



Peter Martin. 
Robert Parks. 
Peter Martin. 
John Parks. 
Samuel Frederidk, 
John Rerrick. 
Jacob Klingerman. 
Geo. Klingerman. 
Peter Klingerman. 
John Klingerman. 
Geo. Kutz. 
Jonathan Nuse. 
Wm. Cornelius. 



Wm. Johnson. 
Peter Struble. 
Henry Struble. 
Joseph Bower. 
David Linii. 
Benj. Jones. 
Thomas Curtis. 
Philip Kimple. 
Robert Black. 
Henry Weykle. 
Peter Frederick. 
Jacob Frederick. 
Henry Reedy. 



454 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Saml. Shaw. 
Samuel Lytle. 
John Forster. 
John Turner. 
Wm. Lydle. 
Peter Snook. 
John McGee. 
John Walker. 
Geo. Jordon. 
Jonathan Coset. 
Daniel Meekart. 
Michael Clement. 
Christopher Seaboldt. 
John Weise. 
Thomas Miller. 
Daniel Nelson. 
John Waight. 
James Barbyn. 
Jacob Frock. 
John Glover. 
David Zimmerman. 
Wm. Forster. 
Wm. Forster, Jr. 
Wm. Vanhorn. 
Jacob Stutleback. 



Benj. Weaver. 
Henry Binner. 
Wm. Norman. 
Jacob Calbetson. 
John Slear. 
Fred Stim. 
Francis Bartlow. 
Francis Hollinshead. 
James Huff. 
Henry Miller. 
Benj. Harmon. 
Daniel Kline. 
Henry Kiniger. 
James McKinley. 
John McKinley. 
Uriah Chamberlin. 
Saml. Thompson. 
John Pearson. 
Robert H. Gray. 
John Kelly. 
John Gile. 
John Gibson. 
John McGinnis. 
Michael Binner. 
Stophel Auple. 



List of members composing the Landisburgh Volunteer In- 
fantry Company Cumberland County, Sept. 6th, 1814. 

Captain. 
John Creagh. 

1st Lieutenant. 
Isaiah Carl. 

Ensign. 
Henry Lightner. 

Drummer. 
Henry Luckey. 

Fifer. 
Michael Foose. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



455 



Sergeants. 

1st. Francis Gibson, 

2d. John Topley. 

3r(l. George Logue. 

4th. Samuel Ickes. 



Corporals. 

1st. John Flacket. 

2nd. David Carl. 

3rd. Nathan Jones. 

4th. John McCoy. 



Benjamin Bear. 
John Curry. 
John Dunbar. 
Geor*ge Dunbar. 
Benjamin Dunkleberger. 
Jacob Ernest. 
Jesse Ewing. 
Joseph FuUerton. 
Jacob Frederick. 
Conrade Holman. 
John Hippie. 
John Jones. 
Samuel Jones. 
Wm. Henderson. 
John Johnson. 
Stephen Keck. 
Henry Carrichnen. 
David Coyle. 
Samuel Landis. 
John Landis. 
Jacob Lightner. 
Robert McClure. 
Joseph March. 
Alexander McKillip, 



Privates. 

Thomas Ross. 
Alexander Roddy. 
Samuel Stroup. 
John Baxter. 
Jacob Stifer. 
Bernard Wiedeman. 
Philip Smith. 
Solomon Shively. 
Abraham Shively. 
Samuel Simison. 
Bernard Shively. 
George Simons. 
George Snider. 
Daniel Stonbough. 
George Snevernen. 
George S. West. 
William Wilson. 
Moses Watson. 
Jacob Ziglen. 
Samuel Bear. 
Godfrey Shoe. 
Henry Lint. 
Benjamin McCracken. 
John McHoney. 



John Power. 

The above contains the names of the Commissioned, non- 
commissioned Officers & privates under my command & now 
at Beech Hill camp. 

JOHN CREIGH, 

Cap'n. 
Sept'r 16th, 1814. 
His Excellency Simon Snyder. 



456 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTAIN HENRY JARRETTS TROOP 
OF HORSE WHO HAVE VOLUNTEERD THEIR SER- 
VICES IN 1812, TO THE GOVERNOR AND NOW ON 
THEIR MARCH TO PHILADELPHIA. 



1. Henry Jarrett, Captain. 

2. Marmaduke McMichael, 1 Lieut. 

3. Salomon Heinly, 2 Lieut. 

4. Peter Best, Cornet. 

1. Henry Whitesell, Private. 

2. John Gratwohl (?) Private. 

3. Leonard Franlvinfield, Private. 

4. Jacob Dornblaser, Private. 

5. Daniel Whitesell, Private. 

6. John Carrell, Private. 

7. John Lavall, Private. 

8. Isaac Ritter, Private. 

9. Jonathan Ritter, Private. 

10. Peter Reeser, Private. 

11. Abraham Shortz, Private. 

12. Henry Kortz, Private. 

13. Peter Liettenwalter, Private. 

14. John Beseiker, Private. 

15. Peter Heckman, Private. 

16. Joseph , Private. 

17. John Arndt, Private. 

18. John Heil, Private. 

19. Abraham Roth, Private. 

20. Michael Beyer, Private. 

21. George Engler, Private. 

22. George Shortz, Private. 

23. Conrad Kreidler, Private. 

24. Wm. Brown, Private. 

I do hereby certify that above is a true return of the names 
of the above company mustered this 12th day of September, 
A. D. 1814. 

by me 

MATTHS. GRESS, 
Brigade Inspector of the 1st Brig. 7th, D. P. M. 
To his excellency Simon Snyder, Esquire, Governor & Com- 
mander-in-chief. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



457 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. WM. ALEXANDER'S COMPANY 
OF VOLUNTEERS BELONGING TO THE 5TH DETACH- 
MENT PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA UNDER THE COM- 
MAND OF COL. JAMES FENTON AT CARLISLE. 



Capt. 
William Alexander. 



Samuel Armor. 
Edward Armor. 
John Armor. 
James Armstrong. 
William Alexander. 
Conrad Bollinder. 
Isaac Bell. 
William Bullock. 
James Boyd. 
Joseph Brown. 
John Butler. 
Joseph Borland. 



Lieut. 
Lindsey Spotswood. 

Ensign. 
William Right. 

Seargents 
1st. James H. Hutton. 

2<1. John L. Hayes. 

3rd. William Alexander. 

4th. Francis McManus. 

Corporals. 
1st. Frederick Bowyer. 

2d. John Wyncoop. 
3rd. Christian Hoffman. 
4th. James Spotwood. 

Musicians. 

Edward Johnston. 

George Stine. 

James Barclay. 

Privates. 

William Biggs. 
Samuel Brumbaugh. 
William Graver. 
Elisha Doyle. 
James Dawson. 
John Davidson. 
Daniel Dowling. 
Andrew Ellison. 
Andrew Eaken. 
Enoch Fagon. 
Charles Fagon. 
John Faulke. 



458 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Robert Parkinson. 
Emanuel Philips. 
William Roney. 
John Ramsey. 
George D. Rine. 
John Richardson. 
Samuel Smith. 
John Scott. 
Thomas Sullivan. 
William H. Smith. 
John Steele. 
William Thompson. 
Cornelius Wyncoop. 
Thompson Walker. 
Martin Weibley. 
John Witsell. 
William Wheeler. 
William Walker. 



William Graham. 
John Gilmore. 
John Gibson. 
Isaac Hoffer. 
Michael Holcomb. 
George Kline. 
William Laird. 
Alexander Magee. 
John McKean. 
Joseph McKean. 
Daniel Miller. 
Henry Mahmor. 
John Miller. 
John Moore. 
John Morrice. 
Jacoh Mull. 
James McClure. 
James McCartney. 
John Otto. 

I do certify that the above and foregoing is a true and 
correct Muster Roll of my Company. Given under my hand 
at Carlisle this 14th day of September, Anne Domini 1814. 

WM. ALEXANDER, 
Captain of Carlisle Infantry. 
JAMES FENTON, Col. 



WAFi OF 1812-1S14. 



459 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE TROOP OF HORSE UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF CAPTAIN HENRY JARRETT NOW AT 
HEAD QUARTERS PHILADELPHLA. TOGETHER WITH 
THE NUMBER OF DAYS THEY ARE INTITTILATED TO 
RECEIVE PAY WHILE FROM HOME IN THE SERVICE 
OF THEIR COUNTRY INCLUDING TWO DAYS PRIOR 
TO THEIR MARCH AND CALCULATING THREE DAYS 
TO RETURN HOME AT SIXTEEN MILES PER DAY. 



Trooper Names. 




1 Henry Jarrett 

2 Marmaduck McMichael, 

3 Solonian Heinly 

4 Peter Best 

5 William Brown 

6 John Gradwohl 

7 Leonard FrankenReld, . 

S John Heil, 

9 John Carrell 

10 Henry Kutz. 

11 John Beeseeker 

12 Peter Beeser 

13 John Reis 

14 John L.awal 

15 George dech 



10 John Arnott 

17 Henry Weitzel 

18 Jacob Darnbleaser, 

19 Daniel '^Tiitsell, .. 

20 Isaac Ritter 

21 Jonathan Ritter, ... 
£2 Abraham Shorty, . . 

23 Peter Lichtenwalder 

24 Peter Heckman, ... 

25 Joseph Heis 

25 Abraham Rath, 

27 Michael Bayer 

28 Georgre Engler 

29 George Sliirtz 

30 Conrad Kreidier, ... 

31 George Abil? 

32 John Hickman 

33 Andrew Oberly, ... 

34 George Lesher 

35 Abrahairi Stocker, . 

36 Philip Metzger 



Captain 

1st Leut 

Second Leut., 

Cornet 

first Serjant, . 
Second Serjant 
third Serjcnt, 
fourth Serjant, 
first Corporal, . 
Second Corporal 
third Corporal, 
fourth Corporal 
horse ferrier, . 

Mussion, 

Mussion 

Privates. 



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460 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE TROOP OF HORSE UNDER THE 
COMMAND OW CAPTAIN HENRY JARRETT— Continued. 



Trooper Names. 



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37 Jacob Kaehler, 

38 J')hn Oberly. ., 

39 Peter Ritter, ., 

40 Gebrial Reese, 

41 Henry Youn?, 

42 John Herman, 

43 Jacob liohn, .. 

44 George Oberly, 



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I the Subscriber do hereby Certify that the above and 
within list is Correct and that the Members thereof have 
served the Number of days to their Respective Names an- 
nexed. Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand October 
the 12th, A. D. 1814. 

HENRY JARRETT, Captain. 

George Young Received of Conrad Kreidlers Wagges one 
Month $17.50. 

Ballance due Samuel Gross |3.47. 

Ballance due George Young $10.90. 



The disastrous News of the Capture of the City of Wash- 
ington & the burning the publick Buildings by the Enemy 
(the British) Reached Shippensburg in Cumberland County, 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in the Month of August, 
1814, and also the Proclamation of his Excellency Simon 
Snyder then Governor of Said Commonwealth been Published 
encouraging Volunteers The Undersigned formed them- 
selves into a Company of Volunteers and wear furnished with 
a number of Arms by Major James Lamberton, Brigade In- 
spector of the first Brigade 11th Division Pennsylvania Militia 
and marched to the defence of the City of Baltimore & there 
Remained in Service until the British Army moved off, and 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



afterwards wear Regularly dlscharged- 
loweth, viz. 

Capt. 
.loseph McKinny. 

1st. Lieu't. 
Uavid Nevin. 



461 

-Return as fol- 



Rob't Porter. 
Sam'l L. Fentern. 
W'm Rippey. 
John Snider. 
Joseph Jemison. 
W'm Hamell. 
Moses Bunn. 
James Stengis. 
Sam'l Rippey. 
John Bawman. 
James Irwin. 
Tho's Hill. 
W'm A. Findlay. 

Isaac Peeples. 

Joseph Hayes. 

James McCune. 

James Bald. 

Jacob Calp. 

David Burkholder. 

Philip Riley. 

Fred'k Nichlesen. 

Arthur Walker. 

Jacob Staugh. 

H. L. Davis. 

James Campbell. 

Tho's Martin. 

Tho's Atherton. 

Timothy Evans. 



2nd. Lieut. 
Geo. Hamell. 

Ensign. 
Geo. Reynolds. 

Privates. 

William Gladston. 
Christopher Speelman. 
John Reichard. 
Richard Porter. 
John Dick, Jun'r. 
Geo. Lightner. 
John Sterrett. 
Joseph McCarrel. 
Tho's McKlewain. 
James Cumins. 
John Dunkan. 
Miles Bunn. 
James Riper. 
Sam'l Jackson. 
James Peeples. 
David Waggoner. 
Eujane C. Owens. 
Jacob Vamer, 
Rob't Stuart. 
And. Monesmith. 
W'm McCarrel. 
John Dick, Sen'r. 
John Redett. 
Nathan Gray. 
James Magonagle. 
James McClure. 
John McClay. 



462 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



John Strain. 
Sam'l Hoffman. 
And'w Carson. 
Conrad Clippinger. 
James Hayes. 
James R. Montgomery. 
James Mahenter. 
Tho's Ruth. 
James Mulholland. 
John Olltig. 
Edward Hanah. 
Robert Culbertson. 
Philip Hoover. 
W'm Linn, Jun'r. 
James Kelso. 
Robt. Baity. 
Michael Myers. 
David Bieltain. 
Sam'l M. Ross. 
W'm McConaha. 
Arthur Mulholland. 
Austin Deforest. 



John Heck, Jun'r. 
Geo. Maginis. 
James Hunter. 
W'm Miller. 
Henry Wingler. 
James McCall. 
Charles Richard. 
John Spangler. 
Sam'l Move. 
James Move. 
W'm McElvoig. 
James Galbreath. 
Rob't McCune. 
John Cang. 
Paul Martin. 
Thompson Piper. 
Jacob Claudy. 
A. S. McKinng. 
James Haeland. 
Titus Winogle. 
John Irvin. 



PAY ROLLS— 1812-14. 



(464) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



465 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY COMMANDED 
BY CAPTAIN D. B. KEIM OF THE FIRST REGIMENT OF 
PENNS. VOL. INF'Y IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED 
STATES, FOR THE MONTHS OP 



Captain. 
Danl. D. B. Keim, . 

Lieutenant. 
1st Henry Betz. 
2nd Jona. J. Good. 



Saml. Baird. 

Sergeants. 
1st Saml. Connor. 
2d James D. Biddle. 
3rd David Madary. 
4th Nathl. Hobart. 

Corporals. 
1st Henry Peirce. 
2d John W. Roseberry. 
3rd Charles Bruckman. 
4th John R. Thomas. 

Musician. 
Wm. Shener. 
George Drenltle. 

Privates. 
Thomas Baird. 
John Bannan. 
Saml. Barde. 
John Barde. 
Adam. Bell. 
Wm. Bird. 
Rirhd. Boone. 
William Bowen. 
John Bright. 
Christ'n Brobst. 
Math'w Brooke. 
Wm. Brooke. 
Charles Bushar. 

James Eckert 

Elisha Ely. 
Gerhard Gelse. 
Joseph Green. 
George Hahn. 
John Hanley. 
Robert Hobart. 
James B. Hubley. 



Commencement o£ 
service, or of 
this settlement. 



Sept. 13, 1814. 



Discharged Nov'r, 1S14. 



30— Vol. VII— 6th Ser. 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY COMMANDED 
BY CAPTAIN D. B. KEIM OF THE FIRST REGIMENT OF 
PENNS. VOL. IF'Y— Continued. 



David Jones. 

Joseph Kendel. 

Wm. Kleinginne. 

Thomas Kepple. 

Danl. Kercher. 

Henry Keyser. 

John Kolb. 

Robt. Laverty. 

James Leitz. 

Timothy Lindley. 

Robt. May. 

John Metzgar. 

Jacob Mourer. 

Wm. Nice. 

Benjn. Putt. 

David Potts. 

Saml. Potts. 

Thos. Potts. 

Jacob Rahn. 

Thos. Reifschneider. 

Robert Ross. 

John Ruth. 

Jacob Sectzinger. 

Saml. Shafer. 

Wm. Shovi'ers. 

Wm. Slieene. 

Thos. B. Smith. 

George Snyder. 

Lewis Stitchter (?). 

Jonathan Stroud. 

Abraham Syvert. 

John Schembers. 

Wm. Thompson. 

George Wile. 

Thomas Wilson. 

Peter Yeager. 

John Neidley. 

Saml. Growl, Servant. 



Commencement of 
service, or of 
this settlement. 



I Certify that this pay roll has been by me examined and 
compared with the original muster rolls of said company, 
now in my possession, and that the sums stated, amounting to 

dollars, were due from the United States to Captain 

, company of the regiment of on the 

day 181--. Signed duplicates hereof. 



Paymaster. 



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MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS- 

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531 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 



Peerman, Wm. 
Mensor, Daniel. 
Nail, Joseph. 
McClelland, Rob't. 
Brown, Adam. 
Uenger, henery. 
Glass, George. 
King Matthew. 
Fisher, John. 
Hofman, Joseph. 
Rittor, John. 
Coon, John. 
Parsner, John. 
Hardy, James. 
Graham, John. 
Edwards, Wm. 
Stuenbaugh, frd. 
McCawley, John. 
Craig, John. 
Mcneil, John. 
Cahil, Rich'd. 
hardon, Wm. 
Borer, Michael. 
Rankin, Adam. 
Mitchel mardock. 
McConnel, John. 
Demver, Jacob. 
Mahape, Wm. 
McMulen, Alexr. 
Clarke, Wm. 
Weaver, henry. 



Davis, John. 
Greenly, John. 
Fese, Joseph. 
Miers, Philip. 
Miers, Petor. 
Burges, Wm. 
Keefer, Peter. 
Tetrich, Marcy. 
Thompson, Jas. 
King, Wm. 
Jeffery, John. 
Miller, Wm. 
Duncan, Adam. 
McCoy, John, 
frits, Michael. 
Baker, John. 
Mcneel, John. 
Leopert, Jacob. 
Johnston, David. 
Irwin John. 
Baker, Petor. 
Stoupher, Jacob. 
Harmony, Georg. 
Baker, Jacob. 
Cline, William. 
Keeper, Jacob. 
Neff, Geqrg. 
hardy, .James. 
Ensminger, Geo. 
Allen, thomas. 
Carver, John. 



State of Pennsylvania, 
County of Franklin, 



Before me a Justice of the Peace for county & state afore- 
said—personally appeared — James Burns a citizen of Waynes- 
boro — county of Franklin, whom I certify to be respectable 
and entitled to credit, and who, being by me first duly sworn, 



53S PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

according to law, doth depose and say, that he was for some 
month or two an orderly sergeant in Capt. Samuel Gordon's 
Company of Pennsylvania Militia during* the war of 1812 — 
and after said time of a month or so from entry of service 
(Feby. 24, 1811) became a lieutenant in said company and 
remained such in said company until it was discharged from 
U. S. service about 6 months from Febr. 24, 1814 — that the 
paper containing the list of names hereto attached attaches 
the same names that were on the roll of said company as 
called over by said deponent then orderly sergeant therein & 
afterdard 2nd lieutenant that he personally knew said Henry 
Unger — and that he knew said Unger served out the full period 
of six months service — deponent states that he does not cer- 
tainly know what has become of the original roll aforesaid 
as Captain Samuel Gordon is now dead having died about 
seven years ago — said company was called Co. No. 1 in 5th 
Regiment, Penna. Militia — commanded by Col. James Fenton 
and he further says that his knowledge of the above facts is 
obtained from the following source, viz; his officers in said 
company — and personal knowledge of said Unger's service 
and that he has no interest nor concern in the prosecution 
of the claim of Mrs. Sarah Unger widow of Henry Unger dec'd 
for bounty land under acts of March 3d, 1855 & May 14, 1856. 

JAMES BURNS. 

Svy'orn to and subscribed before me this 9th day of Decem- 
ber A. D. 1868, and I hereby certify that I have no interest 
nor concern in the prosecution of said claim, and that I read 
the foregoing to the deponent, and that he subscribed and 
swore to the same with a full knowledge of its contents. 

GEORGE BENDER, I. P. 



Franklin County, ss: 

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. 

I, Thad. M. Mahon Clerk of the Court of Quarter Sessions, 
in the County and State aforesaid, do certify that George 
Bender, before whom the foregoing proceedings were had, 
was, at the date thereof, and still is an Acting Justice of the 
Peace, duly commissioned and authorized by Law, to adminis- 
ter Oaths, take Acknowledgements, &c.; that the foregoing 
Signature, purporting to be his is genuine, and that full faith 
and credit are due to all his official acts. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 539 

In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and 
applied the Seal of said Court at Chambersburg, this 10th day 
of December, A. D. 1868. 

THAD. M. MAHON, 
Clerk. 



Carlisle, August 29, 1814. 

RETURN OF AN ELECTION FOR OFFICERS OF A VOL- 
UNTEER COMPANY OF LIGHT INFANTRY FORMED 
FROM THE BOROUGH OF CARLISLE & NEIGHBORHOOD 
FOR THE PURPOSE OF DEFENDING OUR COAST FROM 
THE DEPREDATIONS OF THE ENEMY. 



Joseph Halbert had a Majority of 18 votes for Captain. 

Samuel Thompson had a Majority of 15 votes for Lieutenant. 

James Alexander had a Majority of 20 votes for Ensign. 

Thompson Brown had a Majority of 30 votes for 1st. Ser- 
geant. 

Alexander Brackenbridge had a Majority of 30 votes for 2 
Sergeant. 

James S. Craft had a Majority of 25 votes for 3rd Sergeant. 

John Cains had a Majority of 20 votes for 4th Sergeant. 

Thomas Jones had a Majority of 30 votes for 1st Corporal. 

David Huling, 2d. Corporal. 

Nicholas Ulerich, 3rd. Corporal. 

Alexander Mahon, 4th. Corporal. 

The company consists of members eight members, (sic) 
We do certify the above to be a just and true return. 

SAM'L THOMPSON, 
JAMES S. CRAFT, 

Judges. 
JNO. SMITH, JR., 
JAMES S. CRAFT, 
Clerks. 
The members composing the within named company are 
between Seventh and Eighth and Cornet (sic). Certified under 
my hand at Carlisle August 31st, 1814. 

JAMES LAMBERTON, 
Brigade Inspector. 
The Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. 



540 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Mr. James Pamberton, 

Sir; I send you a Correct list of the names of a Company 
of Volunteers who marched from this plaice in the Month of 
August, 1814, Commanded by Capt. Joseph McKinny who 
marched to the City of Baltimore to aid their fellow Citizens 
in defending their Rights, lives & property. 

If it answers the purpose for which it is designed it will 
be Satisfactory to your 

Humble Servt., 

DAVID NEVIN. 
The Signer David Nevin was first Lieutenant in Said Com- 
pany. 

And I Believe the return to be Correct. Certified Under my 
hand at Carlisle Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 28th June 
1820. 

JAMES LAMBERTON, 
Brigade Inspector. 



Philadelphia, Dec. 31st, 1814. 

I Certify that Samuel Wilcocks now is and has for three 
months last past been the Sergeant Major of the 1st Regiment, 
Pennsylvania Volunteers now in the service of the United 
States. 

MICHAEL, W. ASH, 
Adjutant. 

I Certify that Samuel Wilcocks was a member of the com- 
pany of State Feneibles & served as a corporal until & he was 
promoted to the office above named. 

W. KUHN, 
Capt. State Feneibles. 



Eighth Division, 1812-14. 



KIGHTH DIVISION, 

Northampton and Wayne Counties. 



REGIMEMTAL NUMBERS 

EIGHTH DIVISION, 

Northampton and AVayne, 13, 38, 94, 101, 118, 

8, 71, 103 and 110. 



EIGHTH DIVISION, FIRST BRIGADE- 
1812-14. 



RETURN OF OFFICERS AND MEN, 

FIRST BRIGADE, 

EIGHTH DIVISION— 1812-14. 



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MUSTER ROLL OF THE EASTON LIGHT INFANTRY 
COMPANY INSPECTED SEPTEMBER THE 5TH, 1814, 
UNDER THE COMMAND CAPT. PETER NUNGESSER. 



Captain. 
Peter Nungesser. 



Lieutenant. 
1st. Charles Lombard, 
2d. Henry Segreaves. 

Ensign. 
William Barnet. 

Sergants. 

1st. Andrew D. Peirsoll. 

2d. John Mush. 

3rd. Conrad Heckman, 

4th. John Nagle. 

Corporals. 

1. Lewis Geno. 

2. Benjamin J. Arndt. 

3. William Schovly. 

4. George Reichard. 

Drummer. 
Charles Horn. 



Peter Bishop. 
Stephan Barnes. 
William Snyder. 
Philip Reichard. 
Jacob Yohe. 
Thomas Hawk. 
John Skelley. 
Robert Wallace. 
John Otto. 



Fifer. 
George Stroup. 



Valentine Diley. 
Joseph Morgan. 
Samuel Bachman 
William Garron. 
Thomas Arnold. 
John Dehart. 
John Simon. 
William Nichols. 
Christian Hutter. 



548 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Jacob Oster Stock. John Ludwick. 

Samuel White. Samuel Levan. 

William Levers. John Newhart. 

Jacob Stucker. John Reichart. 

John German. Jacob Bachman. 

Isaac Gary. Lawrence Easterward. 

Simon Frantz. John Young. 

Peter Everhart. Joseph Bellows. 

I do hereby certify that the above is a true return of the 
men mustered and inspected by me, and will march tomorrow 
to Philadelphia the place of General Rendevouz. Witness my 
hand the 5th Day of September A. D. 1814. 

His Excellency Simon Snyder Com'r in Chief. 

MATffS GRESS, 
Brigade Inspector 1st. Brigade 7th D. P. M. 



CLASS ROLLS— 1812-14. 



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THE FOLLOWING IS A RETURN OF THOSE MILITIA 
MEN, WHICH HAVE BEEN DRAFTEN, MUSTERED & 
ORGANIZED AT THE DIFFEREND REGIMALTOL REN- 
DEVOUS BY NICHOLAS SAGER LATE BRIGADE IN- 
SPECTOR OF THE ID. B. & 8 D, OF P. M. OF THE 3, 4 & 5 
CLASSES, UNDER GENERAL ORDERS OF 1812. TAKEN 
FROM THE PAPERS DELIVERED TO ME AFTER MY 
APPOINTMENT BY SAID SAGER VIZ: — 



Third 


Class. 


1. George Kemerer. 


34. 


John Krauss. 


2. George Grenemoyer. 


35. 


Benjamin Krible. 


3. Christopher Bortz. 


36. 


David Subert. 


4. Andrew Klotz. 


37. 


Michael Nees. 


5. Daniel Karr. 


38. 


Philip Reigenbach. 


6. Jacob TChristman. 


39. 


Jacob Dress. 


7. Wm. Loudensloger. 


40. 


Nicholas Stabler. 


8. Henry Smyer. 


41. 


Henry Daubert. 


9. Jacob Miller. 


42. 


Jacob Dietz. 


10. Daniel Witzel. 


43. 


George Rudolph. 


11. Daniel Shnable. 


44. 


Adam Steuinger. 


12. George Koarl. 


45. 


Frederick Romig. 


13. Henry Kern. 


46. 


George Lichner. 


14. Samuel Schuller. 


47. 


George Daney. 


15. Jacob Krommes. 


48. 


Isaac Shumer. 


16. George Ruch. 


49. 


John Derr. 


17. Christian Willower. 


50. 


Mathias Gross. 


18. Herman Foringer. 


5L 


Christian Roth, Jr. 


19. Solomon Zigler. 


52. 


Henry Lee. 


20. Daniel Droserel. 


53. 


Peter Bachman. 


21. Jonathan Shalhamer. 


54. 


Philip Jacoby. 


22. John Albrecht. 


55. 


John Shever. 


23. Benjamen Brening. 


56. 


Abraham Geisinger. 


24. George Miller. 


57. 


Abraham Geisinger. 


25. John Sheaner. 


58. 


Jacob Bach. 


26. John Shaffer. 


59. 


John Hillegass. 


27. George Leitzenberger. 


60. 


Newcomer. 


28. Adam Hertzel. 


61. 


John Best. 


29. Henry Hertzel. 


62. 


Jacob Lantz. 


30. James Inescler. 


63. 


Peter Unangst. 


31. Henry Wever. 


64. 


Wm. Woodring. 


32. John Reader. 


65. 


Philip Phyfer. 


33. George Floros. 


66. 


Adam Edelman. 



552 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



67. Wm. Lippencout. 

68. Philip Drumheller. 

69. Samuel Hertzel. 

70. George Labach. 

71. John Jacoby. 

72. Peter Lynn. 

73. Jacob Lieder. 

74. Henry Erdman. 

75. Andrew Bruner. 

76. Henry Diemer. 

77. Peter Saeler. 

78. Joseph Albrecht. 

79. Jacob Raub. 

SO. Frederick Miller. 

81. Benjamin Diemer. 

82. Philip Unangst. 
S3. David Lerch. 

84. John Liphert. 

85. Jacob Bachman. 

86. Christian Ruch. 

87. Samuel Emrody. 

88. John Shaffer. 

89. Jacob Derr. 

90. George Leibingood. 

91. Frederick Keck. 

92. Ernhard Row. 

93. Philip Roth. 

94. Frederick Fenel. 

95. Lewis Roth. 

96. Joseph Horner. 

97. Hugh Horner. 

98. John Smock. 

99. Peter Sholl. 

100. John Roseburg. 

101. George Engler. 

102. Philip Geisinger. 

103. Lewis Patterson. 

104. Jacob Rape. 

105. Henry Rape. 

106. Philip Hienigh. 

107. Jacob Lynn. 

108. Peter Shumacher. 

109. Philip Shaffer. 

110. Jacob Hess. 



111. Joseph Marsh. 

112. Philip Shaffer. 

113. Jacob Shott. 

114. Henry Miller. 

115. George Mosser. 

116. Henry Marsh. 

117. Abraham Derhamer. 

118. Abraham Smith. 

119. Jacob Weiss. 

120. Nicholas Boa. 

121. Nicholas Bloss. 

122. Jacob Snyder. 

123. Jacob Hock. 

124. Conrad Solt. 

125. Peter George. 

126. Philip Strohm. 

127. Daniel Young. 

128. Isaac Keller. 

129. Jacob Hummel. 

130. Daniel Nagel. 

131. John Ross. 

132. Nathan Kerr. 

133. John Koch. 

134. George Heffer. 

135. John Spengler. 

136. Joseph Luch. 

137. Jacob Siegfried. 

138. Jacob Biel. 

139. John Master. 

140. Henry Zinck. 

141. John Miller. 

142. Jacob Kloppinger. 

143. Joseph Albert. 

144. John Davis. 

145. George Hackman. 

146. Wm. Buks. 

147. Wm. Gerhart. 

148. Michael Swartz. 

149. George Anthoney. 

150. Niche's Best. 

151. George Best. 

152. Daniel Anthoney. 

153. Adam Leinberger. 

154. George Remaly. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



653 



155. 


Lorence Keister. 


181. 


Deobald Werly. 


]56. 


John Appelbach. 


182. 


George Bobst. 


157. 


John Saeger. 


183. 


Solomon Holben. 


158. 


Henry Gress. 


184. 


Jonathan Kraulish, 


159. 


John Bininggoff. 


185. 


David Bachman. 


160. 


Peter Everett. 


186. 


John Moyer. 


161. 


Andrew Werdman. 


187. 


John Anthony. 


162. 


George Sholhamer. 


188. 


Peter Green. 


163. 


Wm. Snyder. 


189. 


Isaac Lefaver. 


164. 


Henry Reitz. 


190. 


Gottleib Fogt. 


165. 


Daniel Bachman. 


191. 


Andrew Klotz. 


166. 


George Biningcoff. 


192. 


Stephen Keck. 


167. 


Christian Handselman. 


193. 


John Muthart. 


168. 


John Stetler. 


194. 


Daniel Drilent. 


169. 


John Stine. 


195. 


Adam Frey. 


170. 


Daniel Leisser. 


196. 


John Diehl. 


171. 


George Sandel. 


197. 


Conrad Smith. 


172. 


Jacob Luby. 


198. 


John Krassly. 


173. 


Jacob Lutz. 


199. 


Jacob Jerrey. 


174. 


Abraham Long. 


200. 


Jacob Becker. 


175. 


Abr. Yenser. 


201. 


Ulrich Beninger. 


176. 


Peter Stetler. 


202. 


Joseph Louchnore. 


177. 


George Acker. 


203 


Daniel Hunsecker. 


178. 


Ludwig Gauckenbach. 


204. 


Andrew Kunckel. 


179. 


Jacob Miller. 


205. 


Jacob Kern. 


180. 


Jacob Billig. 








Fourth Class. 



1. Daniel Swortz. 

2. Michael Brish. 

3. John Wertz. 

4. John Wertz. 

5. Abraham Romig. 

6. Dider Gaumer. 

7. Henry Rice. 

8. Thomas Mohr. 

9. John Mattern. 

10. George Rodenberger. 

11. Joseph Kysor. 

12. David Walter. 

13. John Wagner. 

14. Andrew Shintler. 

15. John Covely. 



16. Leonard Romig. 

17. Christian Unger. 

18. Abraham Gebhart. 

19. Christopher Borger. 

20. John Droxsell. 

21. Anthony Lichlictner. 

22. George Rienerd. 

23. Michael Carl. 

24. Jacob Jacoby. 

25. Philip Keentz. 

26. John Mohr. 

27. Henry Keck. 

28. Adam Lutzenberger. 

29. Jacob Smith. 

30. Jacob Shantz. 



554 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



31. John Ehl. 


75. Jacob Sheime.r. 


32. Abraham Bordon. 


76. Thomas Cawly. 


33. Samuel Rinker. 


77. Peter Raub. 


34. John Shantz. 


78. Jacob Getter. 


35. Daniel Seibert. 


79. Peter Woolaugh. 


36. Stoffel Shubert. 


80. Michael Slawyer. 


37. Henry Loras. 


81. Abraham First. 


38. Cornelious Rienbold. 


82. Jacob Richart. 


39. Christian Ortt. 


83. Philip Cope. 


40. Elias Fowler. 


84. Peter Richart. 


41. Henry Moyer. 


85. Jacob Gross. 


42. Wm. Dillinger. 


86. Daniel Weber. 


43. Michael Derr. 


87. William Derr. 


44. John Stadler. 


88. Abraham Steiner. 


45. Wm. Mayer. 


89. Peter Smith. 


46. Peter Swortz. 


90. David Danner. 


47. Abraham Moyer. 


91. Frederick Sciniman. 


48. Abraham Kaufman. 


92. George Shaffer. 


49. Peter Downey. 


93. George Haupt. 


50. John Kaufman. 


94. John McKeen. 


51. Rudolph Lanbach. 


95. Henry Patterson. 


52. Philip Ohl. 


96. Henry Hefeinnger. 


53. Jonas Resh. 


97. Frederick Bachman. 


54. Adam Brown. 


98. Conrad Bachman. 


55. Andrew Amry. 


99. John Lilbeer. 


56. John Romig. 


100. Chri's Sheniberger. 


57. Henry Yoder. 


101. Abraham Person. 


58. Jacob Moyer. 


102. George Finstermacher. 


59. George Hillegass. 


103. Peter Oblinger. 


60. Abraham Teatz. 


104. John Dieter, Junr. 


61. Jacob Hadyman. 


105. Gottlieb Andrew. 


62. George Jacoby. 


106. Philip Redline. 


63. Jacob Spangenberg. 


107. Christian Stoyle. 


64. Jacob Woodring. 


108. Peter Roth. 


65. Jacob Jerley. 


109. Jacob Hausser. 


66. Henry Grutz. 


110. Peter Mosser. 


67. Leonard Walter. 


111. Henry Dilhar. 


68. John Phifer. 


112. John Haupt. 


69. Jacob Erdman. 


113. John Hausknecht. 


70. Jacob Miller. 


114. Joseph Bach. 


71. Jacob Mory. 


115. Peter Bloss. 


72. Jacob Knepply. 


116. Joseph Smith. 


73. Peter Shively. 


117. Henry Thomas. 


74. Jacob Miller. 


118. John Depper. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



555 



119. Daniel Richart. 

120. John Seiple. 

121. Casper Newhart. 

122. John Knauss. 

123. Izaac Siegfried. 

124. John Wosner. 

125. John Haas. 

126. Andrew Deck. 

127. John Siegfried. 

128. Daniel Dought. 

129. Michael Lerch. 

130. John Roth. 

131. Ab'r Biehl. 

132. George Spengler. 

133. Jonas Knauss. 

134. John Cressler. 

135. Leman Lawbach. 

136. Solomon Gruber. 

137. John McCaYdey. 

138. John Best. 

139. Daniel Balliott. 

140. Daniel Oblinger. 

141. John Kister, Jr. 

142. Wm. Brown. 

143. Michael Kistler. 

144. John Fenstermacher. 

145. John Miller. 

146. Andrew Hanselman. 

147. Jacob Weber. 

148. Philip Probst. 

149. Frederik Gessner. 

150. John Lutz. 

151. Frederi Lutz. 

152. Andrew Graber. 

153. Jacob Rubrecht. 



154. Jacob Mosser. 

155. John Kamp. 

156. Peter Hartman. 

157. Peter Bair. 

158. George Sander. 

159. Michael Weily. 

160. Henry Weiss. 

161. Andrew Weily. 

162. Jacob Grenewalt. 

163. Michael Smith. 

164. Peter Hoffman. 

165. Jacob Hausman. 

166. Christian Hausman. 

167. John Hausman. 

168. John Moyer. 

169. Conrad Snyder. 

170. Where. 

171. Henry Acker. 

172. Jacob Heilman. 

173. Christian Hartman. 

174. John Smith, Jr. 

175. George Resh. 

176. John Hartman. 

177. George Shalhamer. 

178. Michael Hausman. 

179. George Kern. 

180. Martin Wert. 

181. Peter Sell. 

182. Jacob Remely. 

183. John Frantz. 

184. Peter Kern. 

185. Daniel Shuller. 

186. John Rex. 

187. Valentine Shlecher. 



Fifth Class. 



1. Philip Difflnderfer. 

2. Jacob Steffen. 

3. Abraham Keehle. 

4. Michael Kehm. 

5. Jacob Kehm. 



6. John Mertz. 

7. Henry Meitzler. 

8. Peter Butz. 

9. John Kemerer. 
10. Conrad Meitzler. 



556 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



11. 


John Neiffer. 


55. 


, Jacob Frutshman. 


12. 


George Wagner. 


56. 


John Krain. 


13, 


Henry Knappenberger. 


57. 


Jacob Freeman. 


14. 


Jacob Funek. 


58. 


Joseph Weber. 


15. 


David Rodenberger. 


59. 


Christian Rinker. 


16. 


John Mohr. 


60. 


George Richart. 


17. 


Andrew Yeakel. 


61. 


Tobias Werst. 


18. 


John Slerting. 


62. 


Jacob Smith. 


19. 


Nicholas Fegely. 


63. 


Samuel Finck. 


20. 


George Yosedhimer, 


64. 


George Laubach. 


21. 


George Brauss. 


65. 


Andrew Keefer. 


22. 


Jacob Merkel. 


66. 


Jacob Best. 


23. 


John Smith. 


67. 


Abraham Hertzel. 


24. 


Jacob Albrecht. 


68. 


Frederik Geris. 


25. 


Benjamin Smith. 


69. 


Peter Lantz. 


26. 


Jacob Snyder. 


70. 


John Rinker. 


27. 


Christian Weber. 


71. 


John Welkins. 


2S. 


Henry Mohr. 


72. 


Jacob Hoffman. 


29. 


George Smith. 


73. 


Peter Eigner. 


30. 


John Hisky. 


74. 


John Hottel. 


81. 


George Smyer. 


75. 


Peter Young. 


32. 


David Shupbert. 


76. 


Jacob Dotterey. 


33. 


Jacob Ott. 


77. 


George Weber. 


34. 


John Dubs. 


78. 


Peter Transue. 


35. 


Jacob Rechenbach. 


79. 


John Wilhelm. 


36. 


Daniel Kreible. 


80. 


Fredk. Wilhelm. 


37. 


Henry Funk. 


81. 


William Raub. 


38. 


Jacob Lang. 


82. 


Henry Raub. 


39. 


Philip Dotterer. 


83. 


Henry Stern. 


40. 


Michael Wolbach. 


84. 


Isaac Raub. 


41. 


George Derr. 


85. 


George Wargh. 


42. 


George Rudolph. 


86. 


Michael Lutz. 


43. 


Jacob Ortt. 


87. 


Michael Ruth. 


44. 


Michael Rudolph. 


88. 


Jacob Slawyer. 


45. 


Jacob Kline. 


89. 


Lazarus Bliler. 


46. 


Jacob Moyer. 


90. 


Martin Licht. 


47. 


John Fisher. 


91. 


Henry Larch. 


48. 


Christian Fisher. 


92. 


George Engleman. 


49. 


Peter Deahl. 


93. 


Henry Meiss. 


50. 


John Christman. 


94. 


Jacob Hess. 


51. 


Jacob Bachman. 


95. 


Jacob Dick. 


52. 


Jonathan Lynn. 


96. 


Henry Bartelmay. 


53. 


Tobias Weber. 


97. 


James Clendennant. 


54. 


Daniel Wethknecht. 


98. 


Henry Snyder, Sr. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



567 



99. 


Henry Snyder. 


143. 


Abr. Heistand. 


100. 


Lewis Berthemy, 


144. 


John Loentz. 


101. 


Jacob Stern. 


145. 


Frederick Andrews 


102. 


John Rishel. 


146. 


Jacob Best. 


103. 


Joseph Levers. 


147. 


Wm. Kister. 


104. 


Wm. Brown. 


148. 


John Oblinger. 


105. 


Joseph Hinckel. 


149. 


Abraham Birlive. 


106. 


John Hays. 


150. 


Philip Moyer. 


107. 


George Heffelfinger. 


151. 


Abr. Miller. 


108. 


George Brown. 


152. 


John Shaffer. 


109. 


Adam Begly. 


153. 


Henry Smith. 


110. 


Deobald Shaffer. 


154. 


George Sheiver. 


111. 


Henry Doyle. 


155. 




112. 


Joseph George. 


156. 


Adam Claus. 


113. 


Michael Fry. 


157. 


Abraham Fenstermacher. 


114. 


Jacob Stayby. 


158. 


Philip Kirshner. 


115. 


George Kemmerer. 


159. 


Jacob Snyder, Jr. 


116. 


Conrad Shlogel. 


160. 


John Hanselman. 


117. 


Fredk. Epperts. 


161. 


Chr's Kuntz. 


118. 


Francis Weiss. 


162. 


Daniel Fenstermacher. 


119. 


Lewis Klinetope. 


163. 


Peter Everett. 


120. 


George Bibleheimer. 


164. 


John Moyer. 


121. 


William Heller. 


165. 


Philip Clause. 


122. 


Jacob Swab. 


166. 


John Kistler. 


123. 


Conrad Moyer. 


167. 


Chr's Lutz. 


124. 


Wm. Daniel. 


168. 


Henry Moyer. 


125. 


Peter Assenback. 


169. 


John Osswald. 


126. 


John Schweitzer. 


170. 


John Orndt. 


127. 


Ch's Clowill. 


171. 


Michael Kister. 


128. 


John Snyder. 


172. 


Henry Long. 


129. 


John LoudensJager. 


173. 


Philip Rauch. 


13 a. 


Jacob Dishler. 


174. 


Peter Zimmerman. 


131. 


George Foust. 


175. 


Ruben Lieby. 


132. 


George Hartman. 


176. 


Solomon Knauss. 


133. 


Abr. Hartman. 


177. 


Jacob Kramleih. 


134. 


Michael Rishel. 


178. 


Chri's Boger. 


135. 


Fred'k Linebach. 


179. 


Adam Smith. 


136. 


Daniel Hamsing. 


180. 


Nathan Grein. 


137. 


John Frain. 


181. 


Samuel Mest. 


138. 


Michael Goeble. 


182. 


Michael Wirly. 


139. 


Chr's Bleira. 


183. 


Philip Bobst. 


140. 


John Hander. 


184. 


Henry Houtz. 


141. 


Adam TIamsher. 


185. 


Michael Smith. 


142. 


John Faust. 


186. 


Jacob Handwick. 



55g 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



187. George Peter. 

188. John Handwick. 

189. Wm. Lefarer. 

190. Henry Neff. 

191. Leonard . 

192. Fred'k Snyder. 

193. Daniel Snyder. 

194. John Sherer. 

195. Jacob Muthart. 

196. Andrew George. 

197. Andrew Bachman. 

198. Jacob Delong. 

199. George Window. 



200. Peter Kuntz. 
20L Chr's Snyder. 

202. Jacob Peter. 

203. Jacob Geiger. 

204. John Kern. 

205. Henry Bair. 

206. John Boyer. 

207. John Rinker. 

208. Henry Stemler. 

209. Peter Miller. 

210. Peter Huntzecker. 

211. John Poltz. 

212. Jacob Klotz. 



I Certify that the above is a true copy of the returns where 
delivered to me by Nicholas Saeger Brigade Inspector whom 
I succeeded in 1814 & by him made in 1812 of the 3d, 4d 
and 5 Classes of Militia Excepting of the 94 Regiment which 
return to my knowledge never was delivered. Witness my 
hand April 14, 1820. 

JOHN FOGEL, 
B. T. 2 By D. P. M. 
To S. D. Tugham, Esq., Sec'y State Pa. 



RETURN OP OFFICi^RS AND MKN, 

SE)COND BRIGADE, EIGHTH DIVISION, 

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13. Theodore J. Rochell. 

14. James Oliphant. 

15. Geo. P. Buyers. 

16. Geo. Prune. 

17. Jos. Huffman. 

18. Jos. B. Cremer. 

19. Chas. Maus. 

38— Vol. VII— 6th Ser. 



20 David Black. 

21. Chas. Frazier. 

22. Wm. Leatherland. 

23. W'm Gray. 

24. Danl. Lebo. 

25. Robt. Lyon. 

26. Isaac McCord. 

27. Wm. Gale. 

28. Mact. Grant. 

29. Hen'y Peninger. 

30. Sam'l Wilson. 

31. Will'm Jones. 

32. Jno. Jones. 



594 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



33. Jno. Lyon (Nor.). 

34. Ab'm Kreamer. 

35. Jno. Quin. 

36. W'm Cook. 

37. Will'm Watson. 

38. Jacob Hopher. 

39. Edwd. Chapman. 

40. James Dongle. 

41. Jno. McPhersor 

42. W'm Cameron. 

43. Jno. Weimer. 



44. Hen'y Dale. 

45. Thos. Harris. 

46. W'm Lealand. 

47. Isaac Hendershot 

48. Jacob ArmstTOCg. 

49. Jno. Martin. 

50. Robt. Campbell. 

51. W'm Dirus. 

52. W'm Grant. 

53. Tho. Grant, Jr., Discharged 

23rd Oct. 



Jacob Armstrong, Jno. Martin, Robt. Campbell, & Wm. 
Dirus Drafts in Capt'n Humels Com'y join'd my com'y on 
the 29th inst. they have been in service the same time that 
our com'y has. 



NINTH DIVISION, 
SECOND BRIGADE— 1812-14. 



MUSTKR AND CLAbS ROLLS— 1812-14. 



MUSTKR ROLLS— 1812-14. 



(595) 






(596) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



597 



We the members composing the First North Troop of 
Cavalry do Tender our services as heretofore in July 1812 To 
his Excellency the Governor of Pennsylvania, 15th October 
1814. 



Capt. 

Iiavid Rittenhouse. 

1st Lt. 
Isaac Vincent. 

2d Lt. 
Samuel Russle. 

Coronet. 
John Ireland. 



John Russle. 
James Reed. 



Sergeants. 



Antony Armstrong. 
James McKnley. 



Abraham Trout. 
John Watson. 



Corporals. 



David Ireland. 
Wm. Van dike. 



Robert Harrison. 
Daniel Ekert. 
John Vandyke, Jur. 
Joseph Rhods. 
Cristian Haller. 
Robert McKee. 
Samuel McKee. 
John Hutcheson. 
Samuel Pherrin. 
Isaac Pherrin. 
Henry Jacoby. 
Andrew Tinbrook. 
Daniel Smith. 
W'm Vanline. 



Peter Leonard. 
Daniel Fallmer. 
Samuel M. Cormick. 
Mathew Hammond. 
.John McDanul. 
David Stewart. 
John Vincent. 
Wm. Watson. 
Daniel Selcher. 
Samuel Jones. 
James Cummings. 
George Ekert. 
Wm. T. Brown. 
George Watson. 



598 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

W'm Hammond. John Hunter. ? 

James F. Murrey. Daniel Bukey, Jur. 

Anthony Hass. 

I do Certify that this is a true coppy of the Return made by 
the Troop of Cavelry to me as witness my hand. 
Milton October 18th, 1814. 

JAMES HOODIE, 
Lt. Col. of the 123 Reg't 2 B. 9 D. 
The above is a Trew Coppy. 
Montrare, Nov. 1st, 1814. 

ISAAC POST, 
Brgade Inspector 2 B. 8th Division P. M. 



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Columbia County, October 18th 1814. 
Sir: Agreeable to your orders of the 30th Sept. 1814 I trans- 
mit to you the following as a muster roll of the drafted and 
detached militia men of the 81st Regm't P. M. Second Brigade 
& ninth Division. 





Capt. 




Benj. Bond. 


John Orr. 


Adam Sloup. 


James Thomas. 


Isaac Edgar. 


Jacob Rhodes. 


Andrew Chamberlain. 


John Slommon. 


James Moore. 


John Hopper. 


William Blue. 


W'm Smitt. 


Jesse Strawbridge. 


Joseph McMullen. 


Wm. Winbomen. 


Cornelius Slowe. 


James Everet. 


John Perry. 


Wm. Montgomery, Esqr. 


Robert Davis. 


Peter Bissel. 


John Stissel. 


James Zimmerman. 


Henry Gibson, 


John Reynolds. 


Richard Wilson. 


Daniel Wilts. 


Henry Oustin. 


Alexander Elston. 


James Sanger. 


Daniel Staller. 


John Wilson. 


John Mills. 


Peter S. Campbel. 


Wm. Morrison. 


Andrew Bilmire. 


W'm Clack. 


Martin Bilmire. 


Even Hughes. 


John Stine, Jur. 


Peter Moevers. 


John Clark. 


George Kehlere. 


Hezeldah Davis. 


Jeremiah Smith. 


John Martin. 


W'm Whitaker. 


David Smith. 


John Foust, Senr. 


John Fleck. 


• Jacob Saunders, Jur. 


John Woolmer. 


John Dean. 


Joseph Maus. 


John Cuvey. 


Eli Everit. 


Anthony Sheel. 


W'm Carry. 


John Foust, Jur. 


Philip Woolever. 


Mahlon Huff. 


John Young. 


Henry Lughans. 


Culean Asrmot. 


John Schloe, Junr. 


Robert Moore. 


W'm McCormick. 


John Kelly. 


Joseph Walker. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



607 



Alexander Morison. 
Samuel Husullens. 
John Maxfield. 
Andrew Withcant. 
Peter Tetus. 
Wm. Hamason. 
Samuel Anderson. 
Conrad Ebner. 
James Barber. 
W'm Gibson. 
James Mcfalls. 
Thos. Stewart. 
Daniel Mostiler. 
Benjamin Savage. 
John Watts. 
Jacob Cuntz. 
John McKee. 
Abram Cross. 
W^'m Walnere. 
Thomas Thomas. 
John Gray. 
John Craig. 
Wm. Cunningham. 
Robt. Lesgore. 
Wm. McFayne. 
W'm Allis. 
Andrew Snider. 
W'm Scoaly. 
Hugh Smith. 
Thos. Funston. 
John Cox. 
Rawen Eves, 
Cornelius McArn. 
Samuel Thomas. 
George Done. 
Stephen Arden. 
John Henrey. 
Isaac Lamay. 
Henry Johnston. 
Andrew Crawford. 
Isaac Kitchen. 
Caret Auton. 
John Spryler. 
W'm Girton, 



George Whitner. 
John Bilhimer. 
Joseph Borsley. 
Jacob Casper. 
W'm Holdren. 
John Shipman. 
John Smith. 
W'm White. 
Isaac Demute. 
Wm. Hondershot. 
Peter Townsley. 
John Burwell. 
John Rees. 
John Sheep. 
Daniel Marcle. 
John Karney. 
Jacob Davenbcer. 
Joseph Bennet. 
Jacob Steller. 
Peter Girton. 
Thomas Girton. 
James Coots. 
W'm Girton. 
Isaac Boogart. 
Henry Young. 
Abram Casper. 
John Brands. 
Robt. Gingels. 
Henry Mouder. 
W'm Craig. 
Isaac McCartney. 
Neil Mcbrefe. 
George Banger. 
Daniel Calner. 
Conrad Devenbar 
Samuel Russel. 
Daniel Faus. 
George Kemer. 
John Hair. 
Peter Casper. 
John Springer. 
John Johnston. 
Isaac Long. 



608 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Sir: 141 is the number you called for, but when the appeal 
comes I allowed some would get off Therefor I send 156. 
We are all ready and willing. 
To Major Isaac Post P B. Inspector. 

JAMES MONTGOMERY, 
L. C. of the 81st Regt., 2d Brigade, 9th Division P. M. 
The above is a true coppy. 
Montrose Nov. 1st, 1814. 

ISAAC POST, 
Brigade Inspector 2d B. 8th Division P. M. 



A LIST OF PERSONS MUSTERED FOR SERVICE IN THE 
129TH REGT. WILLIAM C. TURRIL, COL. COMMANDANT 
SECOND BRIGADE NINTH DIVISION SUSQUHANNA 
COUNTY MILITIA THIS TWENTIETH DAY OF OCTOBER 
1814 AT THE HOUSE OP AUSTIN HOWELL, MONTROSE. 



Capt. 
Frederick Bailey. 

Lieut. 
Jonathan Shrman. 

Ensg. 
Abrathr. Tuttle. 



Elisha Safford. 
Daniel Curtis. 
Joseph Garnsey. 
Latham William. 
Stephen Bagley. 
Gideon Beebe. 
Julius Simmons. 
Zara Sutliff. 
Eleazor Kimball. 
Esack H. Palmer. 
Reuben Seely. 
Thomas Bagley, 
Hugh McCollum. 
Jonathan Miles, 



Charles Pengo. 
Jonathan Bennet. 
Jacob Lord. 
Hezekiah Lee. 
Joseph Ross. 
Amos Canfield. 
Jonathan Ellsworth. 
Wilson Canfield. 
Erastus Jones. 
Wm. Granger. 
Albert Camp. 
Ephraim Knowldon. 
Joseph Beebe. 
John Grech. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



609 



Andrew Richards. 
Isaac Snedeker. * 

John L. Traverse. 
John B. Wiley. 
John McDaniels. 
Abraham Johnson. 
Nevy Golpen. 
Jacob Nulmon. 
Rasph Lines. 
Wm. Rockwell. 
Titus Smith. 
Wra. Phiney. 
Ezra Shwdevant. 
Jesse Ross. 
Joseph Daulittle. 
Benjamin Doulittle. 
Wm. Wood, 
Asahel Adams. 
Andrew Richards. 
Hiram Willman. 
Charles Chandler. 
Nathaniel Ives. 
Petr Davis. 
Sylvester Smith. 
Israel Richardson. 
James Summers. 
Park W. Avery. 
Robertson Wood. 
Arfasced Buell. 
George Williams. 
John Pickering. 
Lewis Chamberlin. 
Benjamin Ball. 
David Bryant. 
Amos Barnes. 
Nathaniel Cloflin. 
Only Sweet. 
David Holmes. 
Luke Harding. 
Carlton Kent. 
Ezra Simmons. 
Enchas Hinds. 
Jonathan Smith. 
Jonathan smith. 

39— Vol. VII— 6th Sen 



Ezekiel Barnes. 
Oliver Knox. 
George Galaway. 
John Coller. 
Ely Nicholes. 
Oliver Payne. 
John Snow. 
Otis Slarnes. 
David Carpenter. 
Willes Stanley. 
Newcomb Treadwell. 
Jesse Thorndike. 
Asa Carpenter. 
Jonathan Carpenter. 
Avanah Tiffany. 
Isaiah Fuller. 
Daniel Tingley. 
Henry Millard. 
James Robertson. 
Tislon Tiffany. 
Amos Barns. 
Henry Chonler. 
Lymon Richardson. 
Mark Hartley. 
Owley Sweet. 
Ives Lamb. 
Samuel Baldwin. 
Isaac P. Foster. 
Isaac Howard. 
Jacob Marcell. 
Gordon Rliss. 
Ezekiel Tripp. 
Larry Wilber. 
Hezekiah Winchel. 
Bela Jones. 
Samuel Quick. 
John Minkley. 
Conrad Hinds. 
John Backus. 
Jacob Fishback. 
John Fansher. 
Thirston Carr. 
Thomas T. Lillie. 
Samuel West. 



610 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Robert McCarty. 
John Bard. 
Aaron Blaksley, 
George Avery. 
Joshua Smith, Junr. 
Zebulon Deans. 
John Bard, Jur. 
George Heailer. 
Jason Fargo. 
Oramel Deans. 
Dyer Lathross. 
Zopher Blakesley. 

I Do Certify that the above list is just is just & true to the 
best of my knowledge witness my hand this thirteenth day of 
October 1814. 

WM. C. TURRIL, Lieut. Col. Commant., 
129th 2d Brigade, 9th division Pennsylvania Militia. 
To Isaac Post, Esqr., 

Inspector 2d Brigade, Sth division. 



John Bullock. 
Phineas A^ms, Jur. 
Isaac Babcock. 
Wm. B. Wialch. 
John Ausoin. 
Silas Lewis. 
Stephen Cooley. 
Henry Passmore. 
Chancy Wakefield. 
Asahel Stackland. 
Lumon Cook — 142. 



A LIST OF THE NAMES AND NUMBER OF MEN DRAFTED 
OF THE 112TH REDGMENT 2D BRDGADE 9TH DIVISION 
COLUMBIA COUNTY MILITIA THIS 27 OCTR. 1814 COM- 
MANDED BY ANDREW KELER LIEUT. COLONEL. 



Capt. 
George Hidler. 

Lieut. 
John Wartman. 



1st. Uzel Hopkins. 
2d. Daniel Lawrigh. 



Ensign. 
Ab'm Robins. 

3d. Philip Shultz. 
4th. John Pealer. 



Samuel White. 
Andrew Hougonback. 



Privates. 

Martin Pace. 
David Stone. 



WAR OF 1812-1S14. 



611 



Peter Sleeyman. 
John Robins. 
James Parke. 
John B. Sealmon. 
Jacob Seale. 
Simon Huganback. 
Samuel Wille, Jr. 
W'm Woolever. 
Peter Treace. 
Garrit Van Camp. 
Samuel Boon. 
Henry Weaver. 
Aron Harfard. 
Gershon Peott-s. 
Charles Gibbin. 
Caleb Barter. 
Lawrance Ruch. 
John Marscal. 
David Jinnings. 
Daniel Snider. 
John Mummy. 
.James Man. 
Joseph Lawrish. 
Martin Rineheart. 
Conrad Ness. 
Adam Reeder. 
Daniel Boker. 
Charles Hess. 
Reslin Davis. 
Robert Gardner. 
David Rinney. 
W'm Wilier. 
Jonathan Seamon. 
Joseph Richard. 
James McMiket. 
William Watts. 
Jacob Luts. 
John Woolever. 
Isaac Musgrove. 
Samuel Thomas. 
George Wartz. 
Jacob Evins. 
Samuel Mathers. 
Robert Foreman. 



John Davis. 
William Leanson. 
Philip Yeager. 
Joshua Mondingall. 
Jonathan Hartly. 
William Carner. 
Henry Rote. 
Daniel McCowne. 
John Leaman. 
Hiket Thomas. 
John Keister. 
Zachariah Pawsey. 
Andrew Deldine. 
Harmon Pawsey. 
Jacob Parce. 
Henry Yeable. 
Tobius Hess. 
John Hartman. 
Samuel Criolin. 
Epriem Cutter. 
Curtis Statten. 
Peter Best. 
Morris Kline. 
Peter Vanater. 
Jacob Abet. 
John Knorr. 
John Bowman. 
George Markel. 
George Barren. 
Mordica Hutten. 
Joseph Saleseck. 
.Tones Abet. 
Abram Arwin. 
James Ranney. 
John Bowman. 
James Hutten. 
George Sltler. 
Reace Miller. 
John Abet. 
Edward Bonsell. 
Adam Leapsand. 
Jacob Risen. 
John Crofferd. 
William Perrrian. 



612 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Josepti Gillert. 
Henry Nisen. 
William Fox. 
Elijah Crafford. 
Jacob Johnston. 
Peter Oman. 
Edmon Fox. 
Isaac Hillet. 
Abram Adams. 
William Edward. 
Hugh Thompson. 
John Jones. 
John Cragg. 
John Millerd. 
Frederick Shaffer. 
Henry Rittenhouse. 
William Adams. 
Ephiaim Cuntz. 
John Fowler. 



Jacob Eour. 
Amos Kinsey. 
George Ream. 
Joseph Devenport. 
Samuel Stall. 
Andrew Hess. 
Daniel Louis. 
William Martin. 
John More. 
Daniel Whitemen. 
Mosses Savage. 
Benj. Coleman. 
William Hess. 
Charles Fritz. 
George Hess. 
Samuel Mussleman. 
Benj. Stackhouse. 



I David Morgan certify the above return to be just and true 
agreeable to the return made to me by the Different Captains 
of the 112th Ridgement 2d Brigade 9th Division under the 
command of Andrew J. Keler Lieut Col. 

DAVID MORGAN, Adjutant. 
A true copy. 

I POST, B. Inspector, 
Muster roll 112th Regdt. 



MILTON LIGHT INFANTRY VOLENTEIRS INDEPEND- 
ANT OF THE QUOTE OF MILITIA CALD FOR OUT OF 
THE 123 REGT. P. M. 



Capt. 
James Moodie. 



1 Lt. 
Daniel R. Brigade. 



2 Lt. 
Joseph Penney. 



WAR OF 1812-1S14. 



GVc 



Ensign. 
John Brady. 



Samuel Quest. 
James P. Hunter. 
Walter McKesson. 
James T. Dougal. 
John Patt. 
William Kirk. 
William Patt. 
Joseph Stroub. 
James Sillanaon, Jur. 
William Gray. 
George Lawrents. 
Daniel Cadwell. 
Daniel Welshaur. 
Robert Dougal. 
John P. McGlothovey. 
Robert Cann. 
Jacob Hiller. 
Daniel Vinent. 
Henry Kerk. 
Peter Lamtiont. 
Joseph Hagmdobler. 
Enoch B. Green. 
Jacob Rausheope. 
Joseph Kerr. 
William Nesbet. 
Charles Huff. 
(Illegible) Nesbit. 
George Wilkens. 
John Swenny. 



Jasper E. Brady. 
William Vinent. 
Daniel Black. 
John Hutchinson, 
William Wilson. 
Michael Whelland. 
Jacob Covert. 
Abraham Morts. 
William Noble. 
Lawrance Huff. 
William Welshans. 
George Bayer. 
William Irwin. 
John Swarts. 
Henry Bukley. 
Andrew Hagendobler. 
Isaac Sproul. 
John Jones. 
William Surrels. 
Robert Campbell. 
Samuel Swarts. 
Samuel Manley. 
John Heddent. 
Joiin Keffer. 
David D. Campbell. 
Levy Clempson. 
George Steedman. 
Jacob E. Kenroad. 
Jacob Traxel. 



The above is a true Coppy. 
Montrose Nov. 1st 1814. 

ISAAC POST, Brigade Inspector. 
2d B. 8th Division. 
N. B. it is in the 2B. 9th Division. 



Dear Sir:Vv'e Volenlcer Independent of the quota cald for 
and will be ready to march as soon as cald on I am sir with 
respect &c. 

JAMES MOODIE. 



614 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

MAJOR ISAAC POST. 

N. B. there appears to be some of my Company in the 
classes cald of the Militia to wit. 

Joseph Hogendobber. 
Laurance Huff. 
Daniel Vincent. 
Joseph Penney. 
Abraham Marts. 
Jacob Traxel. 
Sam'l Manley. 

I hope we tendering our Services and ready to march will 
excuse them from going in the Militia providing the Militia 
are cald be pleased to Inform me I am &c. 

J. M. 

M. J. P. 



Also a further request their are a number of muskets in 
the hand of Thomas Pollock which is much out of repair if 
you will please to give me an order to get them as they are 
of no service the way they are and my company will put them 
in better order & oblige &c. 

JAMBS MOODIE. 

MAJOR ISAAC POST. 



CLASS ROLLS— 1812-14. 



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(616) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



617 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE INROLED MILITIA COMPOSING 
OF THE FIRST AND SECOND CLASSES BELONGING TO 
THE 15? REGIMENT OF COLUMBIA COUNTY MILITIA, 
2D BRIGADE 9TH DIVISION COMMANDED BY LEFT.' 
CONL. WILLIAM MEANS TO COMPLETE THE REQUIS- 
ITION OF ONE HUNDRED AND FOURTEEN MEN, ARE 
AS FOLLOWS. 



First class. 

Captain. 
George Ely. 

Left. 
Jacob Crouschon. 

Ensign. 
Simon Lentz. 

4 Sargents. 
4 Corporals. 



Privates. 



Adam Knittle. 
John Arther. 
Jacob Yetters. 
Benjamin Ashton. 
Andrus Loveman. 
Samuel Horn. 
Jacob Yocham. 
Adam Mench. 
Jacob Budbinder. 
John Roads. 
John Yeager. 
Caleb Oliver. 
William Miller. 
Dewald Osewald. 
Abraham Long. 
Henry Hoffman. 
Samuel Hogeland. 
Philip Henry. 



Abisha Thomas. 
Henry Pypher. 
Jacob Shelhammer. 
Isaac Davis. 
John Fisher. 
George Heckmon. 
John Hester. 
Peter Gaod. 
Peter Eckrott. 
Jacob Yoe. 
David Brown. 
Joseph Yoe. 
John Wortz. 
Philip Shhiher. 
John Hartman. 
Peter Waggoner. 
John Cox. 
Christopher Minncger. 



GIS 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



John Deterich. 
George Shuck. 
Paul Cromlich. 
Daniel Ritter. 
Jonathan Rishell. 
Henry Crosehore. 
John Hughes, Jur. 
Isaac Cleaver. 



Charles Boone. 
John Zigher. 
Caleb Ely. 

3 commissioned officers, 

4 Sargents. 
4 Corporals. 
58 Total. 

Cattnesse Oct. 21, 1814. 



Second Class. 

Capt. 

Samuel Benjamin. 

Left. 
Daniel Hower. 

Ensgn. 
Jesse Mears. 
2 Sargents. 



Privates. 



William Clayton. 
John Celbut. 

Jacob 

Fredrick Knittle. 
Daniel Yetter. 
Joseph Fisher (mason). 
Thomas Thomas. 
John Forley. 
William Medler. 
Symon Crysher. 
Thomas Parry. 
Jacob Pettit. 
Jacob Kline. 
David Kunckel. 
John Person. 
Carper Hartmon. 
Martin Lentz. 
Henry Hovirger. 
John Shwench. 
Henry Foulk. 



Henry Yoe. 
dam Cruey. 
Daniel Coho. 
Cornel ious Reynolds. 
Thomas Eaton. 
Conrade Yoe. 
Sam Mowrey. 
George Nunkesser. 
John Crusy. 
George Huffnagel. 
Peter Ebbert. 
Henry Whare. 
William McBride. 
Alexander McCarty. 
Michael Whiteneght. 
Henry Lord. 
John Bughler. 
John Long. 
Jacob Reaver. 
Jacob Himeboch. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



619 



Jacolj Faraught. 
Henry Criim. 
Daniel Heraiboch. 
John Richards. 
Jacob Ganmer. 
Samuel McCluse. 
Andrew Huter. 
Jesse Cleaver. 
Walter Strawbridge. 

The above is a true Coppy. 
Montra.se Nov. 1st 1814. 



John Moyer. 

George Shade. 

3 commissioned officers. 

2 Sargeuts. 

57 Total. 

first class, 58 

Second class, 57 



115 men 



ISAAC POST, 
Brigade Inspector, 
2d B. 8th Division P. M. 



IN OBEDIENCE TO BRIGADE ORDERS AND TO ME DI- 
RECTED BY MAJOR ISAAC POST 1 TRANSMIT TO YOU 
A MUSTER OF THE 1, 2 & a part of the 3 classes and of 
the 123rd Regiment 2 Brigade & 9 Division P. M. 



Captain. 
Robert McGuigon. 

Lieutenant. 
John Fallmer. 

Ensign. 
James Blair. 



William Woods. 

Samuel Hogland. 

James Woods. 

James Armstrong. 

Joseph Ilogindobler, Volenter. 

Abraham Shrayer. 

Darnel Marr. 

Thomas Comley. 

Lawrence Huff, Volenteer. 

Robert Moodie. 



Daniel Vincent, Volenteer. 

Fredrick Koder. 

William Hull. 

Andrew Strout. 

George Eckert. 

William Wilshans, Volenteer. 

John Daueron, (?). 

William Miller. 

John Macklem. 

Joseph Penney, Volenteer. 



620 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS 



Robert McCarter. 

Abraham Morts, Volenteer. 

Samuel Hepburn. 

Arthur McGawen. 

John McKinney. 

William Watson. 

James McClim. 

John Nowland. 

Jacob Defendoffer. 

Peter Frank. 

Kerr Russel. 

Thomas Cornwall. 

Peter Rodenbaugh. 

Tobias Wirst. 

Thomas Taylor. 

Robert Curigon. 

Richard Irwin. 

Daniel Aungst. 

John Burris. 

Jacob Rodenbenher. 

Jacob Buher. 

William Vanfleet. 

Robert Conn. 

Daniel Moore. 

Thomas I^ewis. 

David Taylor. 

Sannel Auld. 

Jacob Leymer. 

Godfrey Sefars. 

Joseph McConnel. 

Richard Condle. 

Samuel Eustis. 

Davd Shack. 

John Lumbangh. 

Samuel Mayer. 

David Lane. 

George Kon. 

Robert Roau. 

John Shannon. 

Thomas Campbell. 

Peter Mongus. 

John Fulkeson. 

James Matt. 

James Linors (?). 



William Haddon. 

Franses Cruser. 

Henry Miller. 

Robert McCormack. 

V/ilson Vandefke. 

William Bradley. 

George Blair. 

Fredrick Coup. 

John McWilliams. 

Abraham Mangus. 

Jacob Eckoad, 

Peter Vinlin. 

William Herron. 

Fredrick Hutsman. 

James Keffer. 

Daniel McWilliams. 

John Rheant. 

Samuel Monley, Volenter. 

Michael Burfe. 

Jab. Burfe. 

Jacob Trapel, Volenteer. 

Joseph Fisher. 

John Bartholomew. 
James Fay. 

John Bukley. 

Joseph Drake. 
James Black. 
Denis Biny. 
Henry B. McGee. 
Daniel Flehor. 
Joseph Gibson. 
William Rions. 
Alex'd Nesbit. 
Isaac Elleat. 
Olivor Shoot. 
William Emrey. 
Davd. Brescatt. 
William Dale. 
William Gallegher. 
Robert Farsler. 
John Echonroad. 
Thomas Conneleif. 
John Eckenroad, Jur. 
Charles Gale. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 621 

John Nelson. James Alexander. 

Richard Hendrickson. George Nelson. 

John Turk. William Irwin. 

John Caerson. William Reed. 

The above & within is a true Coppy. 
Montrose Nov. 1st 1814. 

ISAAC POST, 
Brigade Inspector 2B. 8th Division P. M. 

Dr. Sir: I am Sorry that there has bn a mistake in one of 
the Capt In not make out his return to me of his Clases Cald 
on I will Send It by next mail so far as I have Sent is a 
correct return as witness my hand. 

JAMES MOODIB, 
Lt. Col. of the 123 Regt. P. M. 2 B 9 D. 
MAJOR ISAAC POST. 



(■022) 



MISCELLANEOUS MUSTER AND PAY 
ROLLS, NINTH DIVISION— 1812-14. 



MISCELLANEOUS MUSTER ROLLS— 
1812-14. 



(623) 



( C24) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



625 



A LIST OR ROLE OF THE COMMISSIONED NON COMMIS- 
SIONED OFFICIRS AND PRIVATES TAKEN FROM THE 
81 RIGEMT. PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA NOVEM. 16TH 
1814. 



1st Capt. of the 1st Company. 
Bengaman Bond. 



Sargents. 



1. Richard Wilson. 

2. Robert Davison. 



3. Peter S. Campbell. 

4. Isiah McKartmey. 



Corporals. 



1. William Bond. 

2. John Dean. 

James Thomas. 
Jacob Rhodes. 
William Smith. 
Joseph McMullin. 
John Perry. 
James Longers. 
John Wilson. 
Andrew bilmire. 
John Stine. 
John Clark. 
Kesekiak Davis. 
John Martin. 
David Smith. 
John flick. 
John Wolever. 
Joseph Maus. 
Eli Evert. 
Philip Wolever. 
.John Young, Jur. 
Christian Arsost (?). 
Robert Moore. 
John Kelly. 
Adam Stroup. 
Isaac Edger. 
Andrew Chamberlain. 

40— Vol. VII— 6th Ser. 



3. Joseph Hucheson. 

4. John Maxfield. 

James Moor. 
William Blue. 
Jesse Strawbrige. 
William Wintersteen. 
William Montgomery. 
Peter Ribbet. 
James Ammerman. 
Daniel Witts. 
Alexander Erlston. 
Daniel Stetter. 
John Mills. 
William Morason. 
W'm Clarck, Junr. 
Even Hughes. 
Peter Mowrer. 
George Lechler. 
Jeremiah Smith. 
W'm Whitiker. 
John foust. 
John Cury. 
Antony Deel. 
John fonst. 
Mah]eon Huff. 
Henry Leighow. 
John Sechler, Junr. 



626 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Joseph Walker. 
Alexander Morason. 
Samuel Haselton. 
William Lamberson. 
Conrod Abner. 
William Gibson. 
James Mcfalls. 
Thomas Steward. 
Daniel Mostelor. 
Bengaman Savage. 
John Wats. 
Jacob Kutz. 
John McGee. 
Abraham Cross. 
William Walker. 
Thomas Thomas. 
John Gray. 
John Craig. 
Wm. Cunagem. 
Robert Lethgow. 
William McTage. 
W'm Alas. 
Andrew Snider. 
W'm Skuly. 
Thomas Tunston. 
Powen Eves. 
Corneles Mcbarn. 
Samuel Thomas. 
Stephen Ashdon. 
John Kiney. 
Henry Johnston. 
Andrew Crawford. 
Garet Aten. 
W'm Gerten. 
George Whiteneck. 
John Billhimer. 
Joseph Pursley. 
Jacob Casper. 
John Shipman. 
John Smith. 



W'm White. 
Jacob Demnt. 
Petter Townsley. 
John Rees. 
John Sheep. 
Daniel Maracle (?). 
Joseph Benet. 
Jacob Stetler. 
James Coates. 
William Gertin. 
Isaac Bogert. 
Henry Young. 
Abraham Casper. 
W'm Crage. 
Neel McBride. 
Samuel Ruzsel. 
Daniel foust. 
George Kesner. 
John Nair. 
Peter Casper. 
John Johnson. 
Jacob Long. 
Joseph Hamilton. 
Jesse Thomas. 
Henry Fenstermaker. 
Samuel Ramsey. 
John Doge. 
John Howe. 
William Higons. 
John Casper. 
Daniel McBride. 
Samuel Skyler. 

Samuel 

Isaac Berry. 
John Shomaker. 
Wm. Usetron. 
Paul Ike. 
W'm Runyen. 
John McGill. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



627 



A COMPLETE ROl L OR LIST OF OFFICERS, NON-COM- 
MISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES IN THE COM- 
PANY UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPT. FREDERICK 
BAILEY BEING A DRAFT DETACHED FROM THE 129TH 
REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA DISCHARGED AT 
DANVILLE ON THE 22D DAY OF NOVEMBER 1814. 



Captain. 
Frederick Bailey. 

Lieutenant. 
Cyrel Giddings. 

Ensign. 
Hiel Tupper. 



1st. Jesse Bagley. 
2nd. Samuel Baldwin. 



Sergeants. 



3rd. James Truesdell. 
4tb. Joseph Marsh. 



1st. 

2nd. Josiah Davis. 



Corporals. 



3rd. Orange Whitney. 
4th. John L. Traverse. 



Privates. 



Elsha Safford. 
Jonathan Miles. 
Joseph Garnsey. 
Latham Williams. 
Gideon Bebee. 
Eleazer Kimball. 
Ebenezer Miles. 
Thomas Bagley. 
Hugh McCollum. 
Noah Tiffany, Jr. 
Josiah Lord, Jr. 
David Carpenter. 
Eliphalet Ellsworth. 
Daltor Tiffany. 
Ezra Sturdevant. 



Wells Stanley. 
Daniel C. Thacker. 
Amasa Harding. 
Thomas Oakley. 
Noah Read. 
Oliver Greatreaks. 
Daniel Tingley. 
James Robinson. 
Stephen Harding. 
Calvin Bell. 
Lewis Tiffany. 
Nathan P. Thacker. 
Michael Van Winkle. 
Calvin Blasedell. 
Zebulum Lathrop. 



C28 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Jacob Bump. 
John Haywood, Jr. 
Levi S. Agard. 
Ralph Lines. 
William Rocliwell, 
John Greek. 
Jesse Ross. 
Gurdon Darrow. 
Sylvester Smith. 
Joseph Doolittle. 
Samuel Ward. 
Peter Davis. 
Asahel Adams. 
Nathaniel Ives. 
Harry Clark. 
Joseph Fist. 
Daniel B. Wiley. 
Highland Vickary. 
David Hale. 
Jonathan Treadwell. 
Jesse Hale. 
Enos Jevirel. 
Nathaniel R. Lock. 
John Fancher. 
Alexander McKee. 
James Forgerson. 
Daniel Bump. 



Thomas M. Safford. 
James Steamburgh. 
Roswell Babcock. 
Jonathan Wood. 
Robert McCarty. 
Esek Wood. 
John Newman. 
Richard Bill. 
George Avery. 
Joshua Smith, Jr. 
James Deans. 
Jason Fargo. 
William Harkin. 
Dyer Lathrop. 
John Bullock. 
Phinehas Arms, Jr. 
William B. Welch. 
Isaiah Woodworth. 
Hiram Whipple. 
Isaac A. Chapman. 
Corbl Pickering. 
Levi Chamberlain. 
David Holmes. 
Jonathan Woodruff. 
Moses Chamberlin. 
Warren Garnsey. 
Bradley Thomas. 



I do hereby certify that the officers and privates named in 
the above list or Roll were in the service from Novem'r third 
until Novem'r 29th 1814 and are entitled to pay for 26 days 
service according to law. 

FREDK. BAILEY, Capt. 

Danville Novem'r 22nd 1814. 

This may Certify that the within named officers, non-com- 
missioned officers and privates composing part of a detach- 
ment under my command at Danville, have been discharged 
by me, and are entitled to their pay agreeable to the within 
certificate of Captain Bailey. 

Danville Nov'r 22d, 1814. 

JAMES MONTGOMERY, L. C, 
Commandant of the Detachment of 2d B. Ninth Division P. M. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



629 



A MUSTER ROLE OF CAPT. W'M McGUIRE VOLENTEER 
RIFFLE COMPANY ATACHBD TO THE 123 REGMENT P. 
M. MELITIA. 



1. Hugh Danley. 

2. David Reed. 



1. John Simmons. 

2. W'm Bryson. 



Captain. 
W'm McGuire. 

Lieutenant. 
Thomas McCormack. 

Ensign. 
Samul Allison. 

Sergents. 

3. .John Shannon. 

4. Joseph McGuire. 

Coraprals. 

3. W'm Scott. 

4. John Hutchison. 



John McKinney, subt. 
Wm. McKinney. 
Robert Bryson. 
John Parks. 
James McKinney. 
Mathew Curry. 
James A. Scott. 
Ezekel Lunger. 
Abraham Lunger. 
John Tweed. 
Henry Ruter. 
James Baird. 
W'm Carthcar. 
James Hamneton. 
Robert Riddle. 
James Bryson. 
David Graham. 
Robert Foster. 
James Danby. 
Andrew Foster. 
Danel Moor. 
Joseph Hutcesou. 



Privates, 
for 22. James Ridle. 

23. Georg L. Conn. 

24. W'm Parks. 

25. W'm Baird. 

26. Jacob Muselmau, Subst. for 
John Shefer. 

27. Danel Brewer. 

28. Isac. Harren. 

29. Thomas Taylor. 

30. Arther Borres. 

31. Joseph Oaks. 

32. Peter Tinbrook, Substet for 
Wm. Tinbrook. 

33. Samul Whipple. 

34. Philip Whipple. 

35. Andrew Guffy. 
oo. Thomas Toner. 

37. John Nowland. 

38. David Farley. 

39. W'm Vanlew. 

40. David Smith, substitute for 
Wm. Smith. 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



THE ROLE OF THE WARIOR RUN RIFFLE VOLLENTEEU 
COMPANY COMMANDED BY CAPT. WM. McGUIRE. 



Capt. 
Wm. McGuire. 

Lut. 
Thomas McCormack. 

Eusg. 
Samul Allison. 



1. Hugh Danley. 

2. David Reed. 

1. John Simmons. 

2. Wm. Scott. 

1. Wm. McKinney, 

2. Danel Elrs. 

3. Joseph McAcky. 

4. Samuel Clark. 

5. Robert Bryson. 

6. Andrew Reed. 

7. John Parks. 

8. James McKinney. 

9. Mathew Corry. 

10. James A. Scott. 

11. John Lunger. 

12. Ezekiel Lunger. 

13. Abraham Lunger, 

14. John Tweed. 

15. Henry Reter. 

17. James Beird. 

18. Wm. Carthcart. 
ID. John Stadden. 

20. John Smith. 

21. Wm. Vanlew. 

22. James Hammelton. 

23. Robert Riddle. 

24. James Bryson. 

25. David Graham. 

26. Robert Foster. 



3. John Shannon. 

4. Joseph McGuire. 

3. Wm. Bryson. 

4. John Hutchis. 

27. James Danley. 

28. Henry Wilfinger. 

29. John Guffy. 

30. Andrew Foster. 

31. Danel Moor. 

32. James Kirk. 

33. Joseph Hutchison. 

34. James Riddle. 

35. George L. Gown. 

36. Wm. Parks. 

37. Wm. Beird. 

38. John Sheffer. 

39. Danel Bruer. 

40. Isac Harren. 

42. Thomas Tayler. 

43. Arthur Borres. 

44. Joseph Oaks. 

45. Wm. Tinbrooks. 

46. Phillip Whipple. 

47. Sam. Whipple. 
48 Andrew Guffy. 

49. Thorns Toner. 

50. John Nowland. 

51. David Forley. 

52. Wm. Smith. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAY ROLLS- 

1812-14. 



(631) 



( 632 ) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



633 



PAY ROLL OF THE COMPANY OF INFANTRY UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF CAPTAIN HENERY MILLER ATTACHED 
AND ORGANISED BY AGT. GENERAL OF THE BRIGADE 
P. M. IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES COM- 
MANDED BY LIEUT. COLONEL GEORGE WERICK. 



Capt. 
Henry Miller. 



Lieut. 
John McMiillen. 



1. Benjn William.s, 1st. Serg. 

2. John Tariok, 2d Serg. 

3. Philip Rhule, 3d Serg. 

4. William francis. Ith Serg. 



5. adam Spaht, Corp. 

6. forster wilson, 2nd. 

7. george Spangler, 3rd. 

8. Richard Robins-on, 4. 



Privates. 



9. Abaham Solomon. 27. 

10. John Mayer. 28. 

11. Jacob Shaffer. 29. 

12. geoi-ge Faught. 30. 

13. John fry. 31. 

14. John norman. 32. 

15. Christ Spangler. 33. 

16. John rarick. 34. 

17. daniel duusife. 35. 

18. John Smith. 

19. Peter hanier. 36. 

20. Samuel Gearhart. 37. 

21. William Shaffer. 38. 

22. Samuel CroHgram. 39. 

23. William forster. 40. 

24. henery hosenpluke. 41. 

25. James thompson. 42. 

26. John driesbaugh. 43. 



Syres Egbircl. 
William mayer. 
Jacob gereich. 
Henry herger. 
Michael Snyder. 

anthony 

thomas dn^esbaugh. 

david mangle. 

William Gill, discharged on 

24th of Oct'r, 1814. 

George Stear. 

John Gill. 

Samuel hasenphike. 

Elias dar. 

garret faris. 

William oilert. 

Cunrad fox. 

John Roate. 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



44. henry Tayer. 

45. Ira Phelps. 

46. Jacob Zimmerman. 

47. John weight. 

48. Robert spear. 

49. daniel Spegelmair. 

50. Samuel Shaw. 

51. Isaac Kleckner. 

52. Andruce Cooke. 

53. david Stitzer. 

54. Robert blaclv. 

55. abraham kleckner. 

56. William ruchly. 

57. Charles Bitting. 

58. .John mayer. 

59. John bobb. 

60. Henry Ritter. 

61. George Baker. 



62. Cunrod Bobb. 

63. George Bosler. 

64. Benjamin Sough. 

65. Jacob Faught. 

66. Michael Sander. 

67. John Barber. 

68. John McClay, was apointed 

assistant deputy quarter 
master general on the 9th 
of October, 1814. 

69. William mayer. 

70. Peter Baker. 

71. George Correll, was ap- 

pointed Sergent Major on 
the 26th of September, 
1814. 
Reed. Nine Blankets. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



635 



PAY ROLL OF THE COMPANY OF INFANTRY UNDER 
THE COMMAND OF CAPT. JOHN BARGSTRESSER AT- 

TATCHED AND ORGANISED BY AGT. GENERAL 

OF THE BRIGADE P. M. IN THE SERVICE OF THE 

UNITED STATES COMMANDED BY LIEUT. COL. 
GEORGE WEIRICK OCTOBER 31ST, 1814, 77TH REGI- 
MENT. 





















1 






? 




:;d Sarg-t. 
3rd Sargt. 


3 


John Gillaspie, 


4 


Daniel Rangles 

William Neyveus 


4th Sargt. 
Ist Corperl. 


fi 


John bartz 


2d Corperl. 




Jacob Mcurley 


3rd Corper! 


S 


John Lutz 


4th Corperl 


9 


Daniel i?haffer 


Private. 


10 


Benjamin Joden . . 


Private. 




Peter Struble 




12 




Private. 


n 


"VVllliam Irwin 


Private. 


14 




Private. 


15 




Private. 


Ifi 


John Irwin, 


Private. 


17 






IS 






19 






?,0 






?1 






22 


Jesse Egbert 

Adam Rose 


Private. 
Private 


?4 


L.ewis Ikey 


Private 


K, 




Private. 


?6 


John Mizner, 


Private 


27 


Adam Kimmel 


Private 


?,S 


Jacob Caufman 


Private 


?<) 


James McGce 


Private 


30 


Abriham Kline 




■31 




Private. 


V 


Samuel Wilson 


Private 


33 




Private. 


34 






35 


Christopher Rorabaugh 


I'rivato. 


37 


















40 


John Jamison 


Private. 


41 


Pelnr Moury, 


Private. 



636 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNrEERS. 



PAY ROLL OF THE COMPANY OF INFANTRY UNDER 
THE COMMAND OF CAPT. JOHN BARGSTRESSBR.— 
Continued. 




Samuel Stricklin Private. 

Daniel Starner, Private. 

Henrey Moyer, Private. 

B'^njamin Baldy Private. 

Gideon Wilmingson Private. 

John Bennet, Private. 

Flavel Clark Private. 

George Bowar Private. 

James McGlauglilin Private. 

Jacob Cipher Private. 

Nicholas Welch Private. 

Samuel Bennge, Private. 

Philip Deffendaffer Private. 

Hugh McKinley Private. 

Ludwig Dorsham, Private. 

Paul Gudlenger, Private. 

William Jodan Private. 

James Wallace Private. 

Richard Steel Private. 

George Belman, Private. 

Samuel Lutz, Private. 

Samuel Merwin Private. 

Jonathan Ranck, Private. 

I William Bowar Private. 

George Kline Private. 

Fransus Clark Private. 

; William Campbel, Private. 

Adam Smith, Private. 

Joseph Campbel, Private. 

John Bower | Private. 

Thomas Johnson, j Private. 



George Zarphaus, .. 

Abriham Young, 

j Daniel Kountz, 

Abriham Bidleman, , 

John Rees , 

John Darrah 

Jacob Fredrick, 

William Vanhorn, ... 

David Steel 

William Horingdan, . 
Daniel Maughemer, . 

Michael Quin 

Henrey Vanderhoof, . 
Abriham Vanhorn, . . 

Jacob Hoobler 

John Campbel, 

Samuel Fredrec 

William Vanderhoof, 



Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 



WAR OF 1812-1S14. 



637 



PAY ROLL OF THE COMPANY OF INFANTRY UNDER 
THE COMMAND OF CAPT. JOHN BARGSTRESSBR.— 
Continued. 



James Anderson, 
Henry Shaffer, . 
Jonathan Smith, 
Jacob Oilman, .. 

John Johnes 

Andrew Kelley, . 



97 ] George Cling 

98 Peter Lilley, 



Frederick Haiser, 



Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private, 

Private, 
Private, 



Discharged 2Sth of Oct., 

ISH, on account oi: sick- 
ness. 

Discharged the 3rd of Oct., 

1S14, on account of sick- 
ness. 

discharged the 2d of Oct., 

1814, on account of sick- 
ness. 



I Do certify on Honnour that^lhis Pay Roll exhibits a true 
state of the Union County Corr|^any of Malitia under my 

command attached to the "flfegt. under the Command of 

Lieut. Col. George Wirick Penna. Molitia. 

JOHN BERGSTRESSER, 
Captain U. C. M. 
I believe the above to be a correct pay- roll. 

GEO. WEIRICK, Lt. Col. 
Comd. 
I certify that the molitia company comanded by Capt. John 
Bargstressel is now in the service of the U. S. under orders of 
the Genl. Commandt. the 4 Military District. 

" JNO. J. ROGERS, 
Brigade Major. 



(638) 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPER— 1812-14, 



(639) 



^^ 



(640) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 641 



October the 17th, 1814. 

Sir: the Return that I make out is this we stand as a Com- 
pany of Rifle men to Be cauld by Company according to the 
Law past March 1814 for to go our turn when Cauld on by 
proper authority if we have not served a tour allready in the 
year 1812. 

JOSEPH DEAN, Capt. 

JAMES MONTGOMERY, L. C. of the 81 R. 8 P. M. 

Sir: the within (which is above) is the return of Capt. 
Joseph Dean's Rifle Comp. Attached to the 81 Reg't P. M. 

JAS. MONTGOMERY, 

L. C. Col. 
The above Is a true Coppy as returned to me. 

ISAAC POST, B. Inspector, 
2d B. 8th Division P. M. 



41— Vol. VII— Cth Ser. 



(642) 



Tenth Division. 

Lycoming, Tioga, Potter, Jefterson, McKean and 
Clearfield Counties. 



REGIMENTAL NUMBERS, 

TENTH DIVISION, 

Lycoming, Tioga, Potter, Jefferson, McKean and 

Clearfield, 4, 102 and 57. 



NO RETURNS OF ROLLS FOUND IN 
TENTH DIVISION, 1812-14. 



(643) 



(644) 



P:ie\enth fJivision, 1812-14. 



BLi^VBNTH DIVISION, 
Mifflin, Huntingdon and Centre Counties. 



REGIMENTAL NUMBERS, 

ELEVENTH DIVISION. 

Mifflin, Huntingdon and Centre, 11, 52, 74, 83, 

89, 131, 14, 33, 46, 58 and 110. 



ELEVENTH DIVISION, 
FIRST BRIGADE, 1812-14. 



RETURN OF OFb'IGERS, FIRST 

BRIGADE, ELEVENTH DIVISION, 

1812-14. 



(645) 



^s 



(64C) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



647 



Sir: In consequence of resiguation the following officers were 
lately elected to be commissioned. 



i "^ 

o o 

J3 p JO c 

E § Eg 

3 Q 3 E 



Captain Andrew Hunter 

Lieutenant, . . Cornelius Dale 

Ensigrn, Archibald Moore 

Captain, [James McWilliams 

Lieutenant, . . WiUiam Essington 

Ensign ' Henry Pox, 

Captain Jacob Awl 

Lieutenant, . . Robert Longwill 

Ensign Henry Bridge 

Captain ! Thomas Gallagher 

Captain, Mosses Sturgeon 

Captain Alexander McClure 

Ensign Robert Miller, 

Captain John Doyle -. 

Ensign, , .Tacob Lutz, attached to the 131st Regi- 
ment Rifel Company. 



4th. 
4th. 
4th. 
5th. 
5th. 
5th. 
5th. 
5th. 
5th. 
7th. 
6th. 

3d. 

2d. 
1st. 



S9th. 

89th. 

89th. 

147th. 

147th. 

147th. 

nth. 

11th. 

nth. 

83d. 

S3d. 

52d. 

8Sd. 



I am Sir, respectfully, 

Your obedient Servant, 

J. YOUNG, 
Inspector 1st Brigade 11th Div. Pennsylvania Militia. 

Aaronsburgh, June ISth 1812. 
NATHANIEL B. BOILEAU, Esqr., 
Secretary of the Commonwealth. 



(648) 



CLASS ROLLS, 1812-14. 



(649) 



( 650 ) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



661 



IN PURSUANCE OF GENERAL ORDERS, DATED HARRIS- 
BURG MAY 12TH 1812, I HAVE MADE A DRAFT IN THE 
FIRST BRIGADE, ELEVENTH DIVISION PENNSYL- 
VANIA MILITIA, CONSISTING OF THE FIRST CLASS 
OF EACH COMPANY IN THE SEVERAL REGIMENTS 
COMPOSING THE SAID BRIGADE. THE FOLLOWING 
IS A CORRECT MUSTER AND INSPECTION ROLL OF 
THE SAID DRAFT TOGETHER WITH THE VOLUNTEERS 
WHO HAVE TENDERED THEIR SERVICES TO THE 
GOVERNOR OP PENNSYLVANIA IN SUBSTITUTION OF 
THE DRAFT REQUIRED FROM THE REGIMENTS IN 
WHOSE BOUNDS THEY RESPECTIVELY RISIDE. THE 
WHOLE DETACHMENT FROM THIS BRIGADE WAS 
OFFICERED, INSPECTED AND MUSTERED IN CON- 
JUNCTION WITH THE BRIGADIER GENERAL OF THIS 
BRIGADE AND PUT UNDER THE COMMAND OF MAJOR 
WILLIAM GREEN. 



Captain 

Lieutenant, .. 

Ensign 

1st Sergeant, 
2nd Sergeant, 
3rd Sergeant, 

Private 

Private, 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private, 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private, 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 



Joseph Kleckner, . . . 

John Jones 

Jacob Lutz 

John Bridge 

John Kersteller 

John Trazell 

Jacob Crebbs 

Jacob Spaid 

John Reigart 

John Miller 

Jacob Brige 

Andrew Heltman, . 
Adam Kersteller, .. 

Jacob Mosser, 

John Goistwhlte, .. 
Henry Wallborn, ... 
George Cronamiller, 

"William Brown 

John De fram 

Jacob Ijutz, Ju'r, .. 

Henry Miller 

Nicholas Funstone, 

David Mosser 

Thomas Wily, 

Daniel Smith 

Peter Miller 

Daniel Miller, 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



IN PURSUANCE OF GENERAL ORDERS, DATED HARRIS- 
BURG MAY 12TH 1812— Continued. 













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Piivatc 

P.-'vate 

Private 

Privalf 

Private, 

Private 




1 
1 












John Holl 






John Fraslier 




John S-'amtell 




Private 

Private 


John Walters 

John Ho-ner 






















Private, 


Michael Mockle 




Private 


Valentine Mockle 




Piivate 


Bern'iart Tellor 










TutTl 


42 


42 


42 


42 


43 



Rifle Ccmpajiy attached to the first Battalion 131st Regiment 
1st ErigF.de 11th Division who have tendered their Services 
to llie Gcvcrnor of Pennsylvania, in Substitution of the draft 
from the 13l3t Regiment the Quota of which was 38 men. 

Mustered and Inspected on the 15th Day of June 1812. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



653 



RIFLE COMPANY ATTACHED TO THE FIRST BATTALIOS 
83D REGIMENT FIRST BRIGADE ELEVENTH DIVISION, 
WHO HAVE TENDERED THEIR SERVICES TO HIS EX- 
CELLENCY THE GOVERNOR OF PENNSYLVANIA IN 
SUBSTITUTION OF THE DRAFT FROM THE 83 REGI- 
MENT. THE QUOTA OF WHICH WAS 39 MEN. 

MUSTERED AND INSPECTED ON THE 8TH DAY OF JUNE 
1812. 







• 




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Names. 


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X 






P 


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Captain 

Lieutenant, .. 

Ensign 

1st Sergeant, . 
2nd Sergeant, 

Private, 

Private 

Private, 

Private 

Private, 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private, 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private, 

Private, 

Private 

Private, 

Private 

Private, 

Private 

Private, 

Private, 

Private 

Private 

Private, 

Private 

Private, 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private, 

Private, 

Private 

Private, 

I'rivate 

Private 



Jolin McGarry 

Simon Jonen, 

Lefford Hankabout, 
William Thompson, 

John Vanormer 

Ai4uilla Burolifipld, 

Adam Sliively 

Benjamin Reynolds, 

David Luken 

Daniel Switzer, 

Flemon Stuart 

Harman Cavany, ... 

Joseph Sellars 

Joshua Shields 

John Thoirpson 

John Durst 

John Robinson 

Joseph Edmisan, .. 

John Lukcn 

Jchn Burch 

Jam8.« McCracken, 

John Fisher 

Michael Johnston, .. 

Michael Moyer 

Peter Rumbaugh, .. 
Peter Houkabout, .. 
Robert McAllister, . 

Robert Patton 

Samuel Miller 

Samuel Sharron, . . . 
Samuel Niemen, ... 

Samuel "Vines 

William Durst 

William P. Pauls, . 

William Duvall 

William Wood 

William Johnston, . 
William Charters, . 

William Henry 

William Sharron, .. 
William Webster, . 



1 









































1 


1 



















654 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



RIFLE COMPANY ATTACHED TO THE FIRST BATTALION 
83D REGIMENT— Continued. 







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Private, 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Total,... 



William Clark 

Isaac Thompson 

Andrew McNaught, 

John Stevenson 

George Grain 

Griffith Conrad, 

Francis Shields 

Joseph Williams 

Armstrong Campbell, 
Archibald Kanady, . 
William Lutz 



.53 



DRAFT OF THE FIRST CLASS OF EVERY COMPANY IN 
THE SEVENTY FOURTH, 74TH REGIMENT OF THE 
FIRST BRIGADE ELEVENTH DIVISION. 

MUSTERED AND INSPECTED ON THE lOTH DAY OF JUNE 
1812. 







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Captain 

Lieutenant, . 

Ensign 

1st Sergeant, 
2nd Sergeant 
1st Corporal, 
2nd Corporal 

Private 

Private 

Private, 

Private, 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private, 



William McCoy, ... 
James Cresswell, .. 

John Wertz 

Robert Montgomery, 
Robert Davison, ... 
Thomas Anderson, 

Samuel Smith 

Henry Butler, 

Philip Dial 

James Forster, 

Joseph Brothers, . 

William Elliot 

Daniel Frease 

Joseph Marshall. .. 
Ephraim Morrison, 









































1 

1 














1 

; 

1 



















WAR OF 1812-1814. 



655 



DRAFT OF THE FIRST CLASS OF EVERY COMPANY IN 
THE SEVENTY-FOURTH REGIMENT— Continued. 











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Private,. 
Private, 
Private, 
Priv«rt€, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Pi-ivate, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 



Andrew Jur.ken 

1 Lancelot Jolinston 

i .John Gallaway 

j Jacob Bratton 

George Maclilen 

Peter Rhodes 

I Henry Wilson 

I William Robinson 

Samuel Hutton 

I William W. Laird, 

James Mays 

John Rlttenhouse 

Daniel Grassmyer 

John Mack 

Daniel Jones 

James Ilolliday, 

Joseph Klntzell, 

John W'akefield 

John Swagart 

Samuel Curtis 

Alexander McDonald, . 

AlP.xander McKee 

John Ainson 

John Roberts 

William Jenkins, 

David Ross 

James Drake 

Thomas Humphreys, .. 

John Dizard 

John Lealton 

Alexander A. Anderson, 

Jacob Fonkannon 

David Shirp 

Henry Seills 

James Mullen 



Total,.. 



50 



656 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



DRAFT OF THE FIRST CLASS OF EVERY COMPANY IN 
THE FIFTY SECOND 52 REGIMENT, FIRST BRIGADE, 
IITH DIVISION. THO QUOTA OF WHICH WAS 36 MEN 
MUSTERED AND INSPECTED ON THE 9TH DAY OF 
JUNE 1812. 



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Captain 

Lieutenant, .. 

Ensign 

1st Sergeant,. 
2nd Sergeant, 
1st Corporal,. 
2nd Corporal, 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private, 

Private, 

Private, 

Private 

Private, 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private, 

Private 

Private 

Private, 

Private, 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private, 

Private 

Private 

Private, 

Private 

Private 

Private, 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private, 

Private, 

Private 

Private 



John Doyle 1 

John McCoy 

Robert Elliot 

John Kinger, 

William Eutler 

Hugh Knox 

John McHula, 

Jacob piper, I 1 j 

Daniel Oakison | * 

William Mulloy I * 

William Jacobs ' 

John Kennedy, Jur'r I * I 

Robert Reid j 

'Andrew Dobbs ' 

: Thomas McConncl, june"r ! * I 

George Kerr, 1 * [ 

William Roberts ' 

Jacob Miller I 

j David Nugent I 

James Crossman, j 

I William Wallsmith j \ 

j Daniel Bollinger, | 

John Watson ' 

Benjamen Kcpner i 

James Sims ] 

George Hykes I 

Robert Gooshon ' 

William Glen 

James Neily 

Robert Rhea 

William Alexander 

(George McConnel 



m. 



George Fisher 

John McCrum, 

David Cimninghani, 

John Burris 

Alexander Mettland, 
Samuel Kennedy, .. 

Robert Moge 

George Rice 

James Stuart 

James Rhea 

William Hoge 



1 
1 
1 

1 
1 

1 

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1 . 

1 . 

1 . 

1 . 

1 . 
1 . 

1 . 

1 I. 
1 '. 
1 . 
1 . 

1 . 

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1 . 

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1 I. 

1 

1 . 
1 • 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



657 



DRAFT OF THE FIRST CLASS OF EVERY COMPANY IN 
THE FIFTY SECOND REGIMENT— Continued. 



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Private 

Private 


Robert Bell 
















Private 


Robert Moore 




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Private, 














1 




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1 




Total 


50 




44 











DRAFT OF T:;L] FIRST CLASS OF EVERY COMPANY IN 
THE EIGHTY NINTH 80TH REGIMENT FIRST BRIGADE 
ELEVENTH DIVISION, THE QUOTA OF THIS REGIMENT 
WAS 22 MUSTERED AND INSPECTED ON THE 12TH DAY 
OF JUNE 1812. 



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Captain 

Lieutenant, .. 

Ensign 

Ist Sergeant,. 
2nd Sergeant, 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private, 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 



George Records, 




; 






















Ephralm Lamborn 















































































































.lolin McClintOLk 









42— Vol. VII— 6th Ser. 



658 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



DRAFT OF THE FIRST CLASS OF EVERY COMPANY IN 
THE EIGHTY NINTH REGIMENT— Continued. 









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1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 


























Pi-ivate 


Andrew McKee 








Private 


• (Mutilated) 








Private 


(Mutilated) 








Private 


Caleb Kephart 








Private 


Richard Carroll 




1 


1 


Private 


Robert Willy 







Private. 


David Nyling- 




1 












Total,... 


34 


3 


31 


2 


2 



DRAFT OF THE FIRST CLASS OF EVERY COMPANY IN 
THE ELEVENTH IITH REGIMENT FIRST BRIGADE 
ELEVENTH DIVISION. THE QUOTA OF THIS REGI- 
MENT WAS 36 MEN. 

MUSTERED AND INSPECTED ON THE IITH DAY OF JUNE 
1812. 



Captain 

Lieutenant, .. 
Ensign. 
1st Sergeant,. 
2nd Sergeant, 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private,... 

Private 



Robert Mitchell 


1 




1 






















, 






James Kenney 





1 

1 
1 

1 










■ 























1 
1 












WAR OF 1812-1814. 



659 



DRAFT OF THE FIRST CLASS OF EVERY COMPANY IN 
THE ELEVENTH REGIMENT— Continued. 







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Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private, 

Private,.... 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private,.... 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private,.... 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Total, 





, 


11 1 1 1 












, 




















* 






Robert Work 


Ij 1 

1 1 


1 




1 




* 






1 : 1 


1 


Times Milllgan 


• 








J ., 







































William Jones 




















J 


















































* 


















1 






































J( spph Bustler 








William Coulter 








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\braham Kerns .. 








Samuel Sigler 
















John Wills .. 


























48 


3 


39 


5 


5 



660 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

DRAFT OF THE FIRST CLASS OF EVERY COMPANY IN 
THE ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY SEVENTH 147TH 
REGIMENT FIRST BRIGADE ELEVENTH DIVISION THE 
QUOTA OF THIS REGIMENT WAS 50 MEN. 

MUSTERED AND INSPECTED ON THE 16TH DAY OF JUNE 
1812. 











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Knsign, 

Private 

Private 

Private , 

Private, 

Private,.... 

Private, 

Private , 

Private,.... 

Private, 

Private 

Private 

Private, 

Private, 

Private 

Private, 

Private 

Private 

Private, 

Private 

Private, 





1 
1 
1 










* 












William McErdine 




William Hefford 




Thomas Hemphill 




Constantine Curtin 




James Hutchison 


Zehariah Lesh 








Zeal Steer 


































* 


Robert Lipton 


Henry Barnhart 




Able Lucas 




Michael Swering 




John Shuck 




Richard Hughs 








William Moor, 








.John Anderson, 




























Thomas (Ireen 





WAR OF 1812-1814. 



661 



DRAFT OF THE FIRST CJ.ASS OF EVERY COMPANY IN 
THE ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY SEVENTH REGIMENT 
— Continued. 



Joseph Idlngs, ... 
Brownsan Davis, 

David Reed 

George Gill 

Jacob Pleclier, . . . 
Jacob Wnlttrs. .. 
Adam Spangler, . 

Jolin Taylor 

George Bryon, . . . 
John Montgomery, 
John Morrison, .. 
William Huff, ... 
John Mitchell. ... 

David Misler, 

James Mitch'^11, . 

Joseph Deal 

James Henry 

Jacob Borgos 

John Mcllvain, .. 
Daniel Gilman, .. 
Thomas Steveson, 

Ralph Rhonk 

William Masden, 
Samuel Gardner, 



67 



Gr^ind Total, 



To William Roed Esq'r Adjutant General: 

Sir — Bj' the above you will see that I have furnished more 
men than the quota of my Brigade which was 255. The 
present draft amount to 344. Allowing for difficiancies. 
I am Sir, 

Respectfuly your obediant humble Servant, 
J. YOUNG. 
Aaronsburgh, June 24th, 1812. 

Inspector 1st Brigade 11th Div. Pennsylvania Militia. 



(662) 



MISCELLANEOUS ROLLS, 1812-14. 



(663) 



(664) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



665 



ROLL OF THE MILITLV OF THE 33D REGIMENT RE- 
TURNED FOR A TOUR OF DUTY IN SERVICE OF THE 
UNITED STATES APRIL 13, 1813. 



Captain. 
William Morris. 

Lieutenants. 

John M'Cabe. 
Daniel Weaver. 
Cornelius Crum. 

Ensign. 
John Mcllroy. 



Privates. 



James Lraie, George Gready, 

sub. 
Daniel Cryder. 
Rich'd Humphrey. 
Henry Newingham. 
John Miller, Esq. 
Henry Clabough. 
fcamuel Hemphill, 
Levi Westbrook. 
Charles Glazier. 
John Galbraith. 
Wm. Simpson, John Griffin, 

sub. 
Wm. Love. 
Thomas Montgomery. 
fohu Hildebrand, Wm. Wilson, 

sub. 
Vviiliam Woods. 
John. Thomas. 
John Henderson. 
Hezei;iah Covenhover. 
F.sel Corbin. 
John Yocum. 
Robert Logan. 



Peter Deckert. 

Jonathan Flenner. 

William Couch. 

J'ohn Plummer. 

James Carman. 

Charles Green. 

John Dickey. 

Daniel Rudy. 

Wm. Maffit (Joseph Mutza- 

baugh). 
.John Scott. 
John Caralus. 
Maihias Lightner. 
John Riddle. 
Thomas Ewing. 
Ravid Ewing. 
Lenjamin Scott. 
James Shaw. 
Daniel Massey. 
Robert Black, Robert Gottus, 

subs. 
Isaac Martin. 
William Dearmont. 
William Hays. 



666 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



David Barr, Hugh Williamson, 
sub. 

John Duff. 

Samuel Vance (Edward Daugh- 
erty). 

Abraham Shadle (Hugh John- 
ston). 

John Stewart. 

George Wilson. 

Asoph Feagen. 

William Stewart. 

John Dunn. 

Alexander Thompson (Jacob 
Bowersack). 

James Sinkey. 

Isaac Campble. 

William Stewart, manor. 

William Henar. 

Jacob Weidensall. 

Daniel Strong. 

Nicholas Kint. 

John Long. 

Thomas Forshe. 

John Himberline. 

Daniel Duncan. 

David McGeehan. 

John Gready (Joseph Weston) 
sub. 

John Steel. 

John Carver. 

Thomas Shorthill. 

Andrew Shrock. 

Alexander Carswell. 

Edward B. Dorsey. 



James Maguire. 

Michael Whiteman. 

Emanuel Warfield. 

John Strattan. 

William Ginter. 

Joseph Eckle. 

Jacob Eberly. 

William Johnston. 

Robert Reed. 

John Mack. 

Samuel Lemon. 

Samuel Williams. 

Jacob Hollinger. 

Frederick Miller. 

Andrew Neff. 

William Foy. 

George Dry. 

Valentine Vingerl. 

Jacob Longenecker. 

William Kough. 

William Nelson. 

Thomas Ralston. 

Henry Hewit. 

James Porter. 

Roland Evans. 

Martin GrafRns. 

William Foster. 

George Shads. 

Robinson Cunningham (Ja's 

Wite), sub. 
Samuel Porter. 
Andrew Armstrong. 
Samuel Cowan. 

JN'O McCABE, 
Adjutant. 



CAPTAIN TIPTON'S MARCHING MEN 14TH REGT. 



Adam Nevelin, by substitute 
Joseph McClellan. 
John Emy. 



Samuel Ginnow. 
Daniel Cramer. 
Thomas Reese 



WAR OF 18] 2-1814. 



667 



Johu Kilderwood. 

John Harpst. 

John Peck, substitute, Wm. 
Welch. 

Jonathan Walls. 

Zacharia Locketts. 

James MoWilliams. 

James Williamson. 

Joseph Kerr. 

Henry Fulton. 

Peter Huett. 

Saral. Patten. 

James Gennom. 

Henry Mong. 

George Mooney. 

John Shank. 

Thomas Richison, by substi- 
tute Dan Mutzebaugh. 

Abraham Moore. 

Ephraim Moore. 

John McMillan. 

Abraham Law. 

George Luckhart. 

Samuel Burgett. 

Conrad Luckhart. 



Davis Kelly. 

William McWilliams. 

James Park. 

Joseph Newel. 

William Gardener. 

Frederick Dale, substitute Jas. 

McClellan. 
James Gallaher. 
James Hopkins. 
John Harrigher. 
Johu Huchison, Sub.^titute for 

John Elliot. 
Dennis Doyle. 
Abraham Lippery. 
George Mony. 
Wm. Thompson. 
Jonas Bom. 
Jno. Gearhart. 
Hiram Willssom, by substitute 

James Jones. 
David Johnston. 
Henry Vanpool. 
John Jameson. 
James Genoa. 



Twelftli Division, 1812-14. 



TWELFTH DIVISION, 

Bedford, Somerset and Cambria Counties. 



EEOIMENTAL NUIMBERS, 

TW£:LFTH DIVISION, 

Bedford, Somerset and Cambria, 10, lOi), 12<S, 

127, 105 and oo. 



TWELFTH DIVISION, 
FIRST BRIGADE, 1812-1-^. 



MUSTER ROLL, 1S12-14. 



(669) 



#11 



(670) 



WAR OF 1812-1814 



671 



ROLL OF CAPT. JONATHAN RHOADS COMPANY. 

A MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. .JONATHAN RHOADS' RIFLE 
COMPANY ATTACHED TO THE FIRST BATTALION OP 
THE ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-EIGHTH REGI- 
MENT, WHO HAVE OFFERED THEIR SERVICES TO 
THE GOVERNOR IN SUBSTITUTION OF THE DRAFTED 
MILITIA FROM THE ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY- 
EIGHTH REGIMENT, OV THE FIRST BRIGADE, 
TWELFTH DIVISION, PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA. 



Captain. 
Rhoads, Jonathan. 

Lieutenants. 
Bowman, Peter, 

Ensign. 
Ziramorman, Philip. 



Privates. 



Alexander, James. 
Alexander, John. 
Alexander, William. 
Berkey, Christian. 
Bisaker, Daniel. 
Bisaker, Frederick. 
Borron, George. 
Bounbrack, Jacob. 
Brucker, Henry. 
Dinning, David. 
Dinning, John. 
Emmet, Joseph. 
Faith, William. 
Fleck, Peter. 
Flout, Henry. 
Frownhizer, John. 
Gardner, Peter. 



John, John. 
Hess, George. 
Horner, Daniel. 
Horner, Solomon. 
Howard, David. 
Huffman, Philip. 
Keiser, Conrad. 
Metzler, Henry. 
Mowrer, Adam. 
Rhoades, Jacob. 
Ritter, Elias. 
Seese, John. 
Shaver, David. 
Shoemaker, Jacob. 
Showmon, David. 
Smiley, Robert. 
Stall, Jacob. 



672 PE^i\SYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

i^larn, Mathias. Whright, Frederick. 

Stcrm, William. Youngman, George. 

Tom, David. Yoiilzler, William. 

We. the fiubycriters, officers of the above company do re- 
i-pectfuliy offer our service to his Excellency Simon Snyder, 
Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as above 
stated. Witness our hands at Stoystown. 

JONATHAN RHOADS, 

Captain. 
PHILIP ZIMMERMAN, 
Ensign. 
Brigade Inspector's Office, June 15, 1812. 
Above copied from Vol. XII Pa. Archives, 2nd Series. 



TWELFTH DIVISION, SECOND BRIGADE- 
1812-14. 



RETURN OF OFFICERS AND MEN, SECOND BRI- 
GADE, TWELFTH DIVISION— 1812-14. 



(673) 

4S— Vol. VII— 6th Ser. 



(674) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



675 



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LIST OF VOLUNTEER MILITIA FROM THE 2D BRIGADE 
12TH DIVISION PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA WHO 
MARCHED UNDER THE ORDERS OF THE GOVERNOR 
OF THE 15TH DAY OF OCTOBER 1814. 



David Roddy. 
Robert Williams. 
Charles Meloy. 
William Williams. 
Richard Dodson. 
John Anderson. 
Richard Lewis. 
James Burgoon. 
William Douglas. 
Conrad Habaugher. 
David Rees. 
John Burgoon. 
Thomas Todd. 
Somerset, 11th May, 1815. 



Thomas Welch. 
William Mills. 
Edward Mills. 
David Evans. 
Henry McGuire. 
James Farrel. 
John McCoy. 
John Bayles. 
Adam Yutzter. 
Joseph Burgoon. 
Peter Moony. 
John Settlemyer. 



JAS HANNA, 



Brigade Inspector 2d Brigade, 12 Division. 



( 700) 



MISCELLANEOUS ROLLS— 1812-14. 



(701) 



(702) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



703 



INSPECTION ROLL OF THE BERLIN RIFLE COMPANY 
ATTACHED TO THE FIRST BATTALION 109TH REG'T 
PENN'A MILITIA WHO HAVE VOLUNTEERED THEIR 
SERVICES, IN SUBSTITUTION OF THE DRAFT RE- 
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2 I 1st Lieut. John Brubaker 

3 '2nd Lieut. John Crawford, 

4 [1st Serjt. Michael Dively !... 

5 2nd Serjt. John Rough 1 

6 3d Serjt. Thomas Baldwin 1... 

7 Frederick Wible . . . 

8 Jacob Glass 1 

9 Abraham Brant, 1 

10 Jacob Anderson 1 

11 Joseph Ross 1 

12 Jeremiah Morgan 

13 George Cassel i 1 

14 Frederick Keller _ I. . . . 

15 John Miller 

16 ] Peter Gibler , 1 

17 Christian Wingar, j 1 

18 Ludwick Kimmcl 1 

19 Joseph Manges j . . . 

20 Henry Manges j 1 

21 Peter Rhoads 

George Coleman 

Adam Queere 

Daniel Hamilton 

25 Frederick Sooter 

2G John Lowry, Jun'r 

27 Jacob Lowry, Jun'r 

28 Jacob Zeiglar 

29 John Zeiglar 

30 James Terril 

31 Michael werline 

Henry Marker 

Henry Young 

Jacob Dively 

Samuel Wigle 

36 Thomas Flimm 

37 .John Bittinger 

Frederick Deal 

Henry Glass 

40 Jonathan Camp 

41 Jacob Haldeman 

42 Peter Haldeman. 



704 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



INSPECTION ROLL OF THE BERLIN RIFLE COMPANY 
ATTACHED TO THE FIRST BATTALION 109TH REG'T 
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We do Certify the foregoing Roll to be correct, and that 
the men therein named have Volunteered their services as 
above; Vv^itness our hands this 20th day of June 1812. 

CAPT. CASPER KELLER. 

1ST LIEUT. JOHN BRUBAKER. 

2ND LIEUT. JOHN CRAWFORD. 



I do Certify that the foregoing return is a true copy re- 
turned to me by Capt. Keller, witness my hand. 

GEORGE GRAHAM, 
Brigade Inspector 1st Brigade 12th Division. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



705 



A MUSTER & INSPECTION ROLE OF THE VOLUNTEERS 
WHO OFFERED THEIR SERVICES TO THE GOVERNOR 
IN SUBSTITUTION OF THE QUOTA DRAFTED FROM 
THE 109TH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA 
UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAP'T PETER LANE OF 
THE 2ND COMPANY OF SD REGIMENT. 



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2 Comp'y, .. 
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2 Comp'y, .. 
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2 Comp'y, .. 
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3 Comp'y, .. 

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4 Comp'y, .. 



Capt. Peter Lane 

Lieut. William Atchinson 

Ensign Michael Keffer, 

1st Sergt. Sam'l Lane 

2nd Sergt. John Walker, 

3d, John Harden 

4th Sergt. William Knepper 

1st Corporal Andrew Bletcher 

2nd Corporal John Ullim 

3d Corporal Abraham Crooner, 

4th Corporal Aquilla Wiley 

Fifer Jacob Hoyle, 1 fife 

Drumer George Coleman, one drum, 

Jacob Kimmel 

George Swartz 

Mathias Marker , 

James McHeffe 

Henry Shoemaker 

Benjamin Brewbaker , 

Nicholas Shoultz 

Phillip Brown 

Abraham Foust , 

John Lane 

Jacob Felgar 

John Phllson 

William Kimmel 

Jacob Hinner 

Henry Sutter 

Dan'l Bowman 

Peter Mostholder, 

Jacob Mowrey 

Henry Wear 

Michasl Mull 

Abraham Shaver 

George Mull 

Peter Boyer 

Charles Cornes 

John Close , ,., 



45— Vol. VII— 6th Ser. 



706 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



A MUSTER & INSPECTION ROLE OF THE VOLUNTEERS 
WHO OFFERED THEIR SERVICES TO THE GOVERNOR 
IN SUBSTITUTION OP THE QUOTA DRAFTED FROM 
THE 109TH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA.— 
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Benjamin Reamer, 
John Wagaman, . 
William Troutman 
Peter Shoemaker, 
Jacob Contryman, 
Richard Morris, .. 
Frederick Coleman 



We the Undersigners Officers of the aforesaid Company do 
Certify the above List to be a Just & accurate return of the 
names of the Volunteers belonging to their Several Companies 
now under our Command. 

CAPT. PETER LANE. 

LIEUT. WILLIAM ATCHINSON. 



Thirteenth Division, 1812-14, 



THIRTEEl^fTH DIVISION, WESTMORELAND AND 
FAYETTE COUNTIES. 



REGIMENTAL NUMBERS, THIRTEENTH DIVI- 
SION, WESTMORELAND 2, 19, 54, 63, AND 70; 
FAYETTE 72, 90, 91 AND 108. 



THIRTEENTH DIVISION, FIRST BRIGADE— 
1812-14. 



MUSTER ROLLS— 1812-14. 



(707) 



(708) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 709 



RETURN OF THE QUOTA OF MILITIA DRAFTED FROM 
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VANIA MH.ITIA PURSUANT TO GENERAL ORDERS OF 
12TH MAY, 1812. 



Names — Age. 

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Major. 

William Wilson. 

Captain. 
John Williamson, 37. 

Lieut. 
John Taylor. 

Ensign. 
John Horrel 

Serjeants. 

David Laumon, 23. 

Robert Patterson. 

John Eggins. 

Henry Furry. 

Corporals. 

Samuel Wireman. 

William Smith. 

John R. Lopas. 

Jacob Kuhn. 

Fifer. 
Benjamin Selders. 

Privates. 
Archibald McDonald, 31. George Lose, 30. 

David Marshall, 25. Jacob Furry, 28. 

Robert Campbell, 41. John Barnes, 19. 

Jacob Kuhn, 27. Fredk. Mitsker, 29. 

James Jamison, 35. Alexander McFarland, 18. 



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Robert Jameson, 21. 
Thomas Neffle, 39. 
Saml. Wireman, 23. 

■ Hamalton, 24. 

Jacob Fraze, 31. 
Jacob McGratz, 20. 
Andrew Craig, 23. 
William Smith, 21. 
James McFadden, 19. 
Robert Osburn, 38. 
Christian Pehal, 33. 
David Ralston, 32. 
William Polland, 25. 
John Stackburger, 26. 
William Weaver, 28. 
Abraham Shiraley, 27. 
John Byerly, 26. 
Robert Patterson, 26. 
Robert Cooper, 43. 
James Long, 32. 
Timothy Jaynes, 34. 
John King, 35. 
James Craig, 23. 
Daniel Slippey, 21. 
Thomas Keltz, 22. 
Sam'l George, 18. 
James McClure, 28. 



John Dunlop., 26. 
John Baird, 21. 
George Easter, 37. 
John Doty, 18. 
Dan'l Murray, 30. 
Peter Singley, 21. 
John Eggins, 27. 
Michael Speck, 18. 
Robert McGuire, 28. 
John Bingham. 
Ch'r Glass. 
Joseph Case, 35. 
James McGill, 42. 
William Barnett. 
Ch'r Stacksmau, 36. 
Alex'r Craig, 27. 
Thomas Hughs. 
John McClain. 
Daniel Creait (?). 
George Pou, 43. 
Abr'm Rorebaugh, 28. 
William Geb, 36. 
Peter Byers, 39. 
Henry Sheffer, 21. 
Jacob Gress, 19. 
William McHenry 



20. 



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Names — Age. 

Capt. 
William Craig. 

Lieut. 
James Turner. 

Ensign. 
John Shoup. 



Sergeants. 

James Waddle. 

John Keely. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



711 



Saml. Morrison, 27. 

Robert Sherer, 40. 

Michael Penrod, 34. 

John McClaiu, 31. 

James Kenow, 28. 

Robert McGuire, 26. 

Martin Pehil, 25. 

David McElwain, 26. 

Michael Seekfriedt, 36. 

Henry Bare, 29. 

James Newell, 44. 

John McCallister, 33. 

Adam Pore, 41. 
John Fisher, 41. 
Henry Ennis, 20. 
Fredk. Stockbuger, 36. 
John Smith, 28. 
William. Frame, 28. 
William McClain, 41. 
Philip Gallagher, 19. 
James Reid, 30. 

Richards, 36. 

James McQuiston, 26. 
Hugh Culbutson, 31. 
Nathaniel Dotz, 22. 
Robert Reed, 21. 



Privates. 

David McQuiston. 
Hugh Irwin. 30. 
William Hughs, 30. 
Saml. McGahey, 25. 
Robert Fulton, 28. 
John Moores. 
Henry Bonsil. 
John Hinds, 33. 
Ch'r Sounders, 23. 
William Simpson, 37. 
Jacob Weaver. 
John Johnston. 
John Corby, 43. 
Charles Robison, 35. 
William Milby, 22. 
John Capnen, 42. 
Jacob Chrisman, 35. 
Danl. Kindugh, 30. 
William Robertson, 32. 
George Shetler, 31. 
John Andrew, 21. 
Jacob Brinker, 20. 
John Halicrow, 21. 
Joseph Lendorf, 19. 
Anthony Roof, 40. 



From the 19th Regiment. 
Names — Age. 

Capt. 
Griffith Clark. 



Lieut. 
— Simpson. 



Ensign. 
Peter Zemermon. 



Sergeants. 
John Wensil, 19. 
Joseph Russel, 21. 
Charles Bovard. 



712 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Drummer. 
Leonard Barr, 27. 



Privates. 



John Hunter, 20. 
William Davis, 22. 
John Conly, 28. 
John Beerer, 30. 
John Chambers, 31. 
Hugh Brady, 21. 
John Kreider, 43. 
Robert W. Clark, 19. 
Jacob Welty, 20. 
Edward Bolton, 26. 
Arthur Carr, 30. 
James Armstrong. 
Mathew Jack. 
Peter Helm, 28. 
William Gorgas. 
John Riest. 
Robert List, 35. 
John Clark, 23. 
And'w Brown, 25. 
James Lusk, 19. 
John Kerns, 19. 
Joseph Hackman, 35. 
Rich'd Garret, 20. 
William Gatt, 44. 
William Brown, 35. 
Stacy Thomas, 42. 
Adam Baker, 44. 
John Lambright, 35. 
Fredk. Shaffer, 23. 
Isaac Sowash, 23. 
Robert Muroe, 21. 
John Rigle, 30. 
William Ritchey, 23. 
James Simpson, 24. 
Philip Kuhns, 31. 
Abraham Bowman, 36. 
Abraham Lewis, 37. 
Isiah Lewis, 37. 
James Lippencutt, 29. 



Peter Kennamon, 30. 
Allen Row, 39. 
Adam Long, 32. 
Jacob Rosensteel, 31. 
John Beck, 27. 
Peter Hangle, 35. 
John Able, 25. 
Jacob Beck, 29. 
Adam Grose, 22. 
Jacob Leply, 44. 
Saml. Armstrong, 36. 
Saml. Coe, 30. 
George Erret, 26. 
Adam Barr, 33. 
Michael Miller, 31. 
Adam Steiner, 19. 
Jacob Smith, 19. 
Dan'l Smith, 27. 
John Macklin, 41. 
Robert Loumon, 41. 
Charles Bovard, 43. 
Thomas Stoops, 21. 
Jonathan Seiver, 44. 
William Curry, 28. 
Eplim Scott, 44. 
Henry Ernest, 42. 
Benj'n Jamieson, 21. 
James Farr, 18. 
Abm. Barnhart, 20. 
Danl. Turney, 28. 
Saml. McKee, 21. 
Hugh Wallis, 21. 
Peter Baker, 33. 
Arch'd Baker, 25. 
Jacob Smelser. 
John Baum, 23. 
Robert Stevenson, 23. 
Henry Seasly. 
Philip Clingansmith, 22. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



713 



Jacob Chrisman, 19. 
Jacob Alwine, 40. 
Danl. Baker, 19. 
John McCauley, 21. 
Peter Row, 18. 
Henry Wannemaker, 19. 
David Boyer, 27. 
John Shaffer. 
John Altman, 30. 
John Linsebegler, 35. 
Saml. Craig, 20. 



Robt. Green, 25. 
Michael Smith, 35. 
Danl. Davis, 18. 
Jacob Morrow, 34. 
Edward Carnes, 25. 
Fred'k Debler, 37, 
Jacob Ditman, 20. 
Tobias Painter, 20. 
Saml. Allshouse, 25. 
Danl. Linsebegler, 38. 
David Marchand, 36. 



From the 54 Reg't. 
Names — Age. 

Lieut. Col. 
David Royal. 

Captain. 
John Siemens. 

Lieut. 
James Burgon. 

Ensign. 
George Friggs. 

Sergeants. 

Thomas Norris. 
Joseph Burgan. 



Privates. 



Jacob Newcomer, 23. 
Martin Overholt, 41. 
Saml. Morton, 24. 
Christian Bair, 51. 
Pealy Shepherd, 23. 
Saml. Gorum, 22. 
John Creming, 20. 



Joseph Steffson, 20. 
Fredk. Tarr, 18. 
Henry Louse, 19. 
Jno. McMasters, 31. 
Jno. Triixal, 3&. 
William Fisher, 32. 
William Hunter, 29. 



714 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



John FUnk, 23. 
Jacob Walshanu, 28. 
Michael Findley, 41. 
John Blicker, 37. 
Joseph Hill, 38. 
Joseph Backhamer, 28. 
David Nealey, 40. 
Saml. Riston, 24. 
James Dugan, 24. 
Mathias Shepler, 22. 
Murphy Morris, 29, 
Stephen Hill, 35. 
Isaac Call, 30. 
John Orr, 21. 
Saml. Blackburn, 25. 
George Armstrong, 20. 
Joseph Reed, 20. 
John Workman, 26. 
William Stoke, 20. 
Nath'l Homan, 24. 
Benj'n Dougherty, 25. 
John Kirkland, 30. 
John P. Power, 28. 
William Mathews, 26. 
John Gardner, 31. 
James Hite, 25. 
William McLellond, 26. 
Danl. Hutchison, 27. 
James Baldrigde, 18. 
Michael Lemon, 34. 
George Hagerman. 
Joseph Lippencut. 
Joseph Hough, 36. 
Danl. Hocker, 37. 
Jacob Varner, 21. 
John Cargey, 23. 
John Magnooaker, 22 
William Nichols, 20. 
James Ross, 18. 
Hamilton Hall. 
John Cress. 
Saml. Hamilton, 28. 
Wm. McClurg, 23. 
Saml. Marshall, 20. 



Michael Gressinger, 19. 
Jacob Spencer, 20. 
Aaron Meeker, 30. 
Henry Taylor, 22. 
Thomas Copland, 36. 
Joseph Gawin, 23. 
Danl. Pehley, 27. 
Jno. Brown, 22. 
Robert Brown, 22. 
Danl. Brenneman, 40. 
James Flemon, 28. 
Saml. Hemphill, 26. 
Adam Steel, 25. 
John Diviney, 38. 
William McClure, 28. 
John Galespy, 25. 
Peter Carnes, 23. 
George Geiger, 28. 
Peter Shepler, 28. 
Joseph Boner, 19. 
Andw. Clendenan, 43. 
John Lewis, 35. 
John Milander, 21. 
Joseph Buman, 24. 
John Darby, 21. 
James McClelland, 21. 
John Coughton, 21. 
John Asper, 30. 
John Sample, 24. 
Thomas Robison, 28. 
Danl. Weyandt, 34. 
James Beatty, 20. 
George Cowden, 35. 
William McCormick, 30. 
James Horner, 31. 
William Nulon, 40. 
John Painter, 26. 
James Woods, 33. 
Andrew Highberger, 24. 
James McClair, 21. 
Daniel Sheamer, 37. 
Aaron Martin, 31. 
Hezekiah Robins, 30. 
John McLinas, 21. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 715 

Findley A. McGrew, 32. James Chadwick 38 

Danl. Shank, 26. james Christy, 43. 

Alexander Moyer, 26. 



From the 63rd Regiment. 
Names— Age. 

Capt. 
John Hill. 

Lieutenant. 
Isaac Mickey. 

Ensign. 

Hugh Crawford. 

Sergeant. 

Hugh M. Skiles. 
Henry Yeats, 31. 
Danl. Ulery, 32. 
Elias Best, 32. 

Corporals. 

John Piper, 40. 

Robert Shederick, 36 

John Harkin, 38. 

Drummer. 
James Smith, 40. 

Fifer. 
George Pearl, 

Privates. 

John Wilson, 45. 
William Boyd, 38. 



716 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

A RETURN OF THE 2D TROOP OF CAVALRY ATTACHED 
TO THE 2D REGIMENT OF THE 1ST BRIGADE 13TH 
DIVISION P'A M'A, COMMANDED BY CAPT. JACOB 
POORMAN. 



Officers. 

Captain. 

Jacob Poorman. 

1st Lieut. Nathaniel Hurst. 
2d Lieut. George Guiger. 
Cornet, John Auclierman. 

Sergeants. 

1st Lt, Jerry Tittle. 

2d Lt., George Leasure. 

3rd Lt., Henry Migrants. 

4th Lt., Isaac Keizer. 

Corporals. 

1st Co., Joseph Painter. 

2d Co., Jacob Palmer. 

3rcl Co., Peter Kuhns. 

4th Co., Jonathan Deimer. 

Riding Master. 
Edward Smith. 

Farrier. 
Ralph Hunter. 

-= Sadie!. 
Zacharia McCalley . 
Trumpeter, 
Michael Palmer. 

Treasurer. 
James Jack. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



717 



Christian Trauger. 
Simon Sidler. 
John Chambers. 
Samuel McElvey. 
Micnael Poorman. 
Samuel Hunter. 
James Greer. 
Jonathan Tittle. 
Thomas House. 
Daniel Leasure. 
Henry Smith. 
Archibald McAlister. 
Leonard Hartzell. 
Frederick Moyer. 
William Armour. 
Jacob Sidler. 
Frederick Holtzer. 
John Armour. 
Nicholas Singley. 
John Graf. 
Daniel Rumbaugh. 



John Richard. 
David Fiscus. 
George Auckerman. 
Paul Hugu:^. 
Jiimes Painter. 
Samuel Pisel. 
Samuel Buzzard. 
William Taylor. 
George Henry. 
William Hoffman. 
John Leasure. 
Daniel Grant. 
David McQuiston. 
Robert Rannells. 
John Buzzard. 
George Sneailey. 
John Pyles. 
Henry Trauger. 
Thomas Baird. 
Thomas McClelland. 
James Hunter. 



I George Armstrong Brigade Inspector of the 1st Brigade 
13th Division of the P'a M'a do certify that the foregoing is a 
correct & true return of the 2d Troop of Cavalry attached to 
the 2d Regiment of said Brigade in said Division of the 
P'a M'a. 

I Do further certify that said troop have Tendered their 
services to the Governor of this commonwealth in pursuance 
of general orders, issued the 12th of May 1812. 
To William Reed Esq'r. 

Adjutant Gen'l. 
24th July 1812. 

GEO. ARMSTRONG, 
Br. Inspector. 






(718) 



MISCELLANEOUS RETURN, THIRTEENTH DIVI- 
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WAR OF 1812-1814. 



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MISCELLANEOUS MUSTER ROLLS— 1812-14. 



(725) 



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(726) 



WAR OF 1S12-1814. 



727 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN SAMUEL COOPER, FROM PITTS- 
BURG, AND ATTACHED TO THE 2D REGMENT OF IN- 
FANTRY, COMMANDED BY LIEUT. COL. JOHN PUR- 
VINSE, THEN IN THE UNITED STATES SERVICE, AND 
COMMANDED BY BRIGADIER GEN'L ADAMSON TANNE- 
HILL, OF THE 1ST BRIGADE OF PENNSYLVANIA VOL- 
UNTEERS, AND WHO RECEIVED A LEGAL DISCHARGE, 
FROM GENERAL SMYTH, BY ORDERS OF GEN'L DEAR- 
BORNE. 



Dates of appointment or enlistment Sept'r 15, 1812. To 

what time engaged to 25th of March 1813 But Discharged 

18th of December 1812. 




Samuel Cooper, . . . 

Wm. Graham 

Wm. Anderson, ... 

J. C. Wright 

Wm. McKnight, .. 

Turner Comae 

'Adam Sheriff 

Wm. Wigham, 

Wm. Grubs 

Geo. Risely 

Geo. Goshen 

Jesse Wall. 

Johnston McFaddin 

John Sheriff 

Wm. Roberts 

Edward Moony, . . 

James Willson, ... 

Wm. Mossman, 

Jno. French 

Daniel Turney, ... 

Alex'r Naylor 

Simon Crozier 

John Fultin 

Lewis Huttenhour, 

James McFarland. 
■ Thos. Morris.^on, .. 

James Even.s 

Andrew Campbell, 

Eliezer Brown, ... 

Abraham Harmon, 

'Wm. McDonald, .. 

John Johnston 

James .Anderson, . 

Jacob Crim, 

Andrew Sloan 



Captn. 

Lieut. 

Ensign. 

1st Sergt. 

2d Sergt. 

Sd Sergt. 

4th Sergt. 

1st Corpl, 

2d Corpl. 

3d Corpl. 

•1th Corpl. 

Fifer. 

Drumer. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private 

Private. 
Private. 
Private 



Deserted at Catarangus. 
Discharged at Mead\ ille. 



728 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

This muster roll exibiting the number of men, in my com 
pany, to be Paid, by the State, for their march to Meadville, 
the Place of Rendvevouz and for their march home from Buf- 
falo, after being discharged, which the United States refused 
paying. 

S'L COOPER, Captain. 
We certify on honor, that the within muster roll, of Captain 
S. Coopers Company of Infantry, attached to the 2d reg't of 
Infantry, commanded by Lieut. Col. John Purvince for the 
Period v/ithin mentioned, Exibits a true Statement, and that 
the remarks set opposite the names are accurate and Just. 

SAMUEL COCHRAN, 
Brigade Inspector 1 Brigade 15th Division, 
S'L COOPER, Capt'n. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



729 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN JAMES TURBETT FROM ST.- 
CLARE TOWNSHIP AND ATTACHED TO THE 2D REGI- 
MENT OF INFANTRY COMMANDED BY LIEUT. COL. 
JOHN PURViNSE THEN IN THE UNITED STATES SER- 
VICE AND COMMANDED BY BRIGADIER GEN'L ADAM- 
SON TANEHILL OF THE 1ST BRIGADE OF PENNSYL- 
VANIA VOLUNTEERS AND WHO RECEIVED A LEGAL 
DISCHARGE FROM GENERAL SMYTH BY OF GEN'L 
DEARBOURNE. 



Dates of appointments or enlistment Sept'r 14th, 1812, To 
what time enga'd to March 25th, 1813 But Discharged 18th 
Dec. 1S12. 



Names. 


Rank. 


Remarks. 




Capt. 
Lieut. 
Insign. 
Sergt. 

Sergt 

Sergt., 

Sergt. 
Corp'l. 
Corp'l. 
Corp'l. 
Corp'l. 
privit. 
privit. 
privit. 
privit. 

privit 

privit. 

privit 

privit. 
privit 












James Sibett 

Sam'l Simmons 


Deserted (Buffalo). 
Deserted (Buffalo). 


Wm. Ramsey 














Ebenezer Pearson 




John Maxwel 




Arch'd Gilkeson 




David Jewel 




Thos Black 




Jno Sinclear, 


Deserted. 






Thos. Mathews 


Deserted. 


Jos. Gooshorn 








Jno. Turner 


Deserted. 


David Kenedy. 
Wm. McCIeran (McClaren). 
Nath'l Ea.=,tep (Eastop). 
Geo. Vonn. 






Hugh McKoan. 
Thos. Parker. 
Thos. Henry. 






Eben Kerr. 
Wm. Cochran. 
Hugh Men is. 







730 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



We Certify on honor that the within Muster Roll of Capt. 
James Turbett's Company of Infantry attached to the 2d Reg't 
of Infantry Commanded by Lieut. Col. John Purvince for the 

period within mentioned Exhibits A true Statement and 

the Remarks Set Opposite the names are accurate and Just. 

SAMUEL COCHRAN, 
Brigade Inspecter 1 Brigade 15th Division, 
JAMES TURBETT, Capt. 
This Muster Roll exibiting the number of men in my com- 
pany to be Paid by the State for their march to Meadvill the 
place of Rendavouze and for their march from Buffalo after 

being discharged Which the United States Refused Paying. 

JAMES TURBETT, Capt'n. 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OP PENNSYLVANIA 
VOLUNTEERS UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPT. VAL- 
ENTINE GIESEY. 



Commencement of Service November 8th, 1814. Expiration 
of Service (Not Stated). 



Names. 


Rank. 


Remarks. 




Captain. 
1st Lieut. 
2d Lieut. 
3d Lieut. 
Ensign. 

1 Sergeant. 

2 Sergeant. 

3 Sergeant. 

4 Sergeant. 

5 Sergeant. 

1 Corporal. 

2 Corporal. 

3 Corporal. 

4 Corporal. 

5 Corporal. 

6 Corporal. 
Private. 

Private 

Private 

Private. 
Private. 
Private. 

Private 

Private 




















Biggrs David (p) 




Allen, Elisha, (p) 




Hamilton, Robert, (p) 

Cannon, Daniel (p) 




McHugh, Jesse, (p) 




Landis, Benjamin, (p) 

Dunn, John, (p) 




Slater Robert (p) 




Mitchell Ross (p) 




Adams, Benjamin, (p) 

Lewis, Nathan (p) 




Armstrong, James (p), 

Addis, Richard 


Died 20th January, 1S15. 
Deserted 14th January, 1815. 


Addison, John . 


Brashear Otho (p) 


Brown Thomas (p) 




Brown, G. William, (p) 

Bei (?), Josiah 




Birkit, John 


Deserted. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



731. 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF PENNSYLVANIA 
VOLUNTEERS.— Continued. 



Names. 


Rank 


Remarks. 




Bostwick. Shadrack, (p) 


Private. 

Private 

Private. 

Private 

Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 

Private, 

Private. 
Private. 
Private. 

Private 

Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 

Private 

Private. 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private 

Private 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private, 


Deserted. 
Deserted. 

Deserted. 

Deserted on 26th Dec'r, 

Died on 26th Dec'r, 1S14. 

Deserted. 

Died on 26th Dec'r, 1S14. 

Deserted on 27th Dec'r, 

Died on 15th Dec'r, 1S14 
Deserted on 26th Dec'r, 
Deserted on 26th Dec'r, 

Deserted on 26th Dec'r, 
Died on 28th Dec'r, 1814 

Deserted. 

Deserted on 26th Dec'r, 




Conway Edward (p) .. . 




Coon John 




Cannon, S. William (p) 




Crawford Baoni (p) 




Cotton Richard (p) 




Coulter, Archibald, (p), 




Duff James 




Davis Jacob (p) 














1S14. 














Guthrie, Jonathan, (p), 
















Howard, Gabriel John, 


1S14. 






















Jobs, John, 


1814. 




1814. 










Kerns, Archibald, (p), 

Lynch John (p) 




Lynch, John Jun'r, 


1814. 


Losey, David 




Lynch William (p) 




Lynn John (p) 




Lynn Joseph (p) 




Lewis John (p) 




Miller Isaac (p) 




McKiviston, James, (p) 

Montgomery, Simpson, (p), ... 








Moon William 




McLaug-hlin, William, (p), .... 




McLaughlin, Robert, (p) 

Mllson, Amos, 


1814. 



732 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



MUSTER ROLL OP A COMPANY OF PENNSYLVANIA 
VOLUNTEERS.— Continued. 



McCloskey, John 

Marsh, James, (p) 

Nace, Jacob, 

Orr, James, 

Patterson, David, (p), ... 

Quail, Hugh, 

Rieley, Luke (p), 

Robb, Samuel 

Rose, Samuel, (p) 

Rees, Michael 

Rheim, Jacob, (p) 

Smith, Phillip, (p), 

Sapp, James, (p) 

Show, Conrad, (p), , 

Sample, Samuel, (p), 

Smith, John, (p) 

Shaw, David, (p) , 

Stidger, John (p) 

Shultz, John, (p), 

Spion, Jonah, (p) 

Shaw, William, (p) 

Tomllnson, Solomon 

Tate, John, (p) 

Temple, James, (p), 

Tarr, Samuel, (p) 

Thornton, John R., (p), . 

Tibbs, Joseph 

Todd, John, (p) 

Thompson, Alexander, (p) 

Victor, Phillip, (p) 

Victor, Lawrence 

■Worrlngton, Elijah, (p), . 
"Westcott, Stephen, (p), ... 

Watson, James, (p) 

Divelly, Jacob, (p) 

Hider, Adam, 

Hider, Joseph 



Private 


Deserted on 26th Dec'r, 1814. 


Private. 




Private. 




Private 


Deserted. 


Private. 




Private 


Deserted. 


Private. 




Private 


Deserted on 5th Dec'r, 1814. 


Private. 




Private, 


Died on 12th Dec'r, 1S14. 


Private. 




Private. 




Private. 




Private. 




Private. 




Private. 




Private. 




Private. 




Private. 




Private. 




Private. 




Private 


Deserted. 


Private. 




Private. 




Private. 




Private. 




Private, 


Deserted on 26th Dec'r, ISll. 


Private. 




Private. 




Private. 




Private 


Died on 25th D«o'r, 1S14. 


Private. 




Private. 




Private. 




Drummer. 




Drummer,... 


Deserted on 25th Nov'r, 1814. 


Fifer 


Deserted on 25th Nov'r, 1814. 



NOTE.— Those marked thus Cp) 
law directs 10th May, 1S15. 



mustered & Inspected by 



GEORGE DEARTH, 
Inspector 2d Brigade, 13 division, P. M. 

In order to ascertain the Sums necessary to be loaned to 
the Gen'l Government it may here be proper to remark that 
the U. S. has paid the volunteers of this Company the time they 
were in Service, so tliat there will be nothing coming to them. 
Only what may be due from the State — except they should 
he allowed for clothing, &c. 

G. D. 



WAR OF 1812-1S14. 733 

ROLL OF CAPT. ROBERT STORYS COMPANY. 

ROLL AND MUSTER OF CAPT. ROBERT STORY'S COM- 
PANY OF INFANTPV. ATTACHED TO THE SECOND 
REGIMENT OF MILITIA, COMMANDED BY COL. JOHN 
PURVIANCE, IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED 
STATES, FROM THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA, BRIG. 
GEN. ADAMSON TANNEHILL COMMANDING. COM- 
MENCING THE 25TH SEPTEMBER, AND ENDING THE 
24TH NOVEMBER, 1812, (BOTH DAYS INCLUSIVE). 



Captain, 
'story, Robert. 

Lieutenant. 
Means, Robert. 

Ensign. 
Stewart, Christopher. 

Sergeants. 

Christy, Andrew. 

White, William. 

Weakley, William. 

Ross, John. 

Corporals. 

Martin, Thomas. 

Anderson, Thomas. 

Gipson, John. 

Counau, Edwin. 

Flfer. 
Bell, John. 

Drummer. 
Bell, William. 

Privates. 
Bell, Walter. Stanorl, John. 

Hulyard, Isaac. Martin, William. 

Walise, Samuel. Crofford, Samuel. 



734 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Celsor, Andrew. 

Taylor, Pickert. 

Uddewit, Henry. 

Armstrong, George. 

Jackson, John. 

Stewart, David. 

Porter, James. 

Cross, David. 

Moore, William. 

Gildersteres, Jeremiah. 

Adams, Joseph. 

Gaylor, or Taylor, Richard. 

Campbell, Robert. 

Campbell, Henry. 

Straeyrs, Signe. 

Brown, John. 

Hartley, John. 

Waddle, Robert. 

Moore, Robert, 

Sutton, Samuel. 



McDarmart, George. 
Weeks, John. 
Stanlorf, Joseph. 
Studebaker, Joseph. 
McCannon, William. 
Beeher, Solomon. 
Black, Samuel. 
Waddle, Thomas. 
Bradley, Andrew. 
McMunway, Alexander. 
Osborn, Samuel. 
Martin, John. 
Sutton, Robert. 
Gilmore, Hugh. 
Cruthers, Thomas. 
Cruthers, John. 
Sanderson. George. 
Jordan, John. 
Black, Samuel. 
Mathews, John. 



We certify, on honor, that this muster-roll exhibits a true 
state of Capt. Robert Storey's company, of the Second regi- 
ment of infantry, commanded by Lieut. Col. Purviance, for 
the period therein mentioned, and that the remarks set op~ 
posite the names are correct and just. 

ROBERT STOREY, 
Captain. 
J. PURVIANCE, 
Lieutenant Colonel. 
Above Copied from Vol. XII— Pa. Archives, 2nd Series. 



MISCELLANEOUkS pay rolls— 1812-14. 



(735) 



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WAR OF 1812-1814. 



737 



PAY ROLL OF CAPTAIN SOLOMON bPARKS COMPANY 
OF RIFLEMEN ATTACHED TO THE SECOND REGIMENT 
OF RIFLEMEN COMMANDED BY COL. WM. PIPER IN 
THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES, FROM THE 
STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA, BRIGADIER GENERAL 
ADAMSON TANNEHILL COMMANDING— COMMENCING 
THE 25TH SEPT. AND ENDING THE 24 OF NOVEMBER 
1812 (BOTH DAYS INCLUDED). TIME OF SERVICE TWO 
MONTHS. 



Pay 


per 


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pay. 


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James Piper, 

David Fletcher 

Joseph Armstrong, .. 

John Pay ton 

James Wilson 

Phillip Steckman, ... 

John Mortimere 

James Sparks, 

VoUentine Steckman, 

William Wilson 

Solomon Whitstone, . 
Samuel Lysinger, ... 



Privates. 

Henry Stover 

David Piper, 

Solomon Holler 

James Kngland 

Henry dinger 

Frederick Young, 

John Steckman, 

Jacob Phillips, 

Phillip Corn 

Robert Hammelton 

Joseph Morris, 

Joseph Sparks 

John Hinish 

David Swartz 

Peter Barndollar 

Reason Donaldson 

Henry Wassing 

Joshua Pickering 

Samuel McCasllng 

Alser Henry 

Daniel Casner 



Captain, . 
Lieut., ... 
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1st Sergt.. 
2nd Sergt., 
3rd Sergt., 
4th Sergt., 
1 Corp'l, . 
2nd Corp'l, 
3rd Corp'l, 
4th Corp'l, 

Fifer 

Drummer, 



47— Vol. VII— 6th Ser. 



738 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



PAY ROLL OF CAPTAIN SOLOMON SPARKS COMPANY 
OP RIFLEMEN ATTACHED TO THE SECOND REGIMENT 
OF RIFLEMEN.— Continued. 



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Edward Means, .. 

Jacob Casner 

Jacob Runard, 

Abraham Sparks, . 

Joseph Mans, 

Henry Richey 

Joseph Sparks, Jr. 
William Cook, ... 

Abel Griffith 

James Gardner, ... 

Evan Griffith, 

Henry Smith 

John Deal 

David Reinard, ... 
WUiam McCarty. 



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November 29th, 1814, 
We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Third Company of the Second Regiment of Light In- 
fantry of Pennsylvania Volunteers of the State of Pennsyl- 
vania agreeable to a Proclamation of ihe Governor of the 
State of Pennsylvania, August 27th, 1S14, do each of us hereby 
acknowledge to have received severally from Daniel Bussier, 
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his excellency the -Governor, under act of Assembly of jPrfo- 
ruary 22, 1814. 



Names. 


Rank. 


Remarks. 


George Schwenk 


Capt. 

2nd Lieut. 
1st Sergt. 
2nd Sergt. 
ard Sergt 




Henry Schwenk 




John Smith 




Archd Cauffman 




"John Gross 




John Major, 




John 


1st Corpl. 
2nd Corpl. 
3rd Corpl. 
4th Corpl. 
















Privates. 
Michael Ruff. 
Joseph Rawn. 
John Buzzard. 
Henry Teany. 
Eli Hertenstine. 
James Stewart. 
John McCleland. 
Arnold Saylor. 
Joseph May. 
Mark Updegrraff. 
Jacob Schrack 


on Furlough. 


Saml. Ringler. 










Sick Absent. 


Jacob Bower. 
Frederick May. 
Michael Cline 




on Extra Duty. 


John May 

.Toseph Garbor. 
.Joseph Jefferies. 
Martin Georj.T-. 




Sick Absent. 

Deserted. 
Deserted. 


John Win-man 





756 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of Ca&t. J. F. Rube's company in the Second Regiment of 
Pennsylvania Volunteer Light Infantry, in the service of the 
State of Pennsylvania, do each of us hereby acknowledge to 
have received severally from Daniel Bussier, pay-master of 
the Militia, the sum of six dollars in part of our pay for a tour 
of duty commencing the fourth day of September & ending 
December the fourth, 1814. 



Serjt. 

1st, William Miller. 
2d, William Dobbins. 
3rd, George Kauffman. 
4th, Igfiaac Gangware. 

Corporals. 

1st, John Mohr. 

2d, Andrew Gangware. 

3rd, Daniel Swandor, 

4th, John Miller. 

Drummer. 

George Keiper, 

Fifer. 

John Klotz. 



Privates. 



Benjamin Raser. 
John Stadler. 
Christian Seip. 
Peter Kechlein. 
Leonard Nagle. 
William Weaver. 
John Weal. 
David Houk. 
Henry Stadler. 
Henry Ebner. 
Adam Gudekunst. 
David Huber. 
William Keiper. 



Charles Ruhe. 
George Marts. 
Matthias Swenk. 
George Haveracker. 
Peter Keiper. 
Jacob Seip. 
John Good. 
Jacob Mickley. 
Peter Biery. 
Samuel Horn. 
Daniel Keiper. 
Abraham Derr. 
Barthold Balliot, 



WAR OF 1812-1S14. 



757 



Andrew Klotz. 
Jacob Mohr. 
William Kechlein. 
Jacob Houk. 
George Spinner. 
Charles L. Hutter. 
Jacob Gosler. 



John Wilson. 
Charles Weaver. 
Henry Gross. 
John Wagner. 
William Ginkinger. 
John Riep. 
Henry Reichart. 



We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of Capt. Taylor's Company in the Second Regiment of Penn- 
sylvania Volunteer light Infantry in the service of the State 
of Pennsylvania do each of us hereby acknowledge to have 
received severally from Daniel Bussier, pay-master of the 
Militia, the sum of six dollars in part of our pay, for a tour 
of duty commencing the 5th day of Sept. and ending the 5th 
day of December 1814. 



Wm. H. Taylor, 1st. 
Ziba Darlington, 2d. 



Sergts. 



John Painter, 3rd. 
John Hall, 4th. 



John Logan, 1st. 
Russel Vibber 2d. 



Corpls. 



Eber. Worthington, 3r( 
Henry Myers, 4th. 



Drummer. 
Geo. Davis. 

Fifer. 
Jacob Burkess. 



Privates. 



Jos. H. Brinton. 
Ethan Brinton. 
Wilra. Brinton. 
James Brinton. 
John Brinton. 
Thos. H. Brinton. 
Jas. Brinton. 



Robert Black. 
Hiram Baily. 
Wilm. Cox. 
Amos. Darlington. 
Wm. Daily. 
Thos. DeWolf. 
Jacob Ehrenzeller. 



758 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Eli. Eavenson. 
Robert Gamble. 
James Greer. 
Archibald Gardiner, 
Lewis Hall. 
Joseph Iddings. 
Jacob Keehmee. 
John Lindsay. 
Stephen Marshall. 
Nathan Matlack. 
Jonathan Matlack. 
Hiram Morrow. 
Joseph Nelson. 
Isaac Nichfols. 



Myers Peirce. 
Caleb Parry. 
Harper Pearson. 
Geo. Pearson. 
Thos. Rice. 
Thos. Sweney. 
Wilm. Shields. 
William Towsend. 
Granvil S. Townsend. 
Vernon Taylor. 
William Frederick. 
Nathan Yearsley. 
Thos. B. Evans. 



November 29, 1814. 

We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of Capt. Holgate's Company in the Second Regiment of Penna. 
Volunteer Light Infantry, do each of us hereby acknowledge 
to have received severally from Daniel Pussier, paymaster of 
the Militia, the sum of six dollars, in part of our pay for a 
tour of duty commencing the 12th day of September and end- 
ing the 12th day of December 1814. 



Names. 


Rank. 


Remarks. 


David WUson 


1st S€rgt. 
2nd Sergt. 

3rd Sergt 

4tli Sergt 

1st Corpl. 
2nd Corpl. 
3rd Corpl. 
4th Corpl. 
1st Musician. 
2nd Musician,... 
















Enock Holdgate, 












Wniiam Miller 




Matthias Hass 




Privates. 
Andrew Reed. 
Jolin Kean. 
Robert Roberts. 
George Wilson . 




"William Kirk 






Robert Matson. 
Henry Megee. 







WAR OF 1812-1S14. 



759 



We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of Capt, Holgate's Company, Etc.— Continued. 



Names. 


Rank. 


Remarks. 


Robert Elliott. 






Jesse Cleaver. 






"William Harrison. 






William Thompson 




Sick on Furlow. 


Benjamin Yates. 






Samuel Forder. 






John Meley. 






Benjamin Smith. 






Jacob Linenbough. 






Henry Earnest. 






Samuel McCool. 






Jacob Ramey, 




Sick on Furlow. 


Benjamin Ramey. 






Henry Holman. 






Joel Jones. 






Charles Brooke. 






John Evans. 






Wickard Levering. 






Alexander Enochs. 




Benjamin Levering. 




Jonathan Matson 




Sick on Furlow. 


William Mc.A.nall. 






Jacob Peterman. 






Jesse Chiids. 




, 


Joshua McMln. 






William Fryer. 






John Carr. 






Peter Davis. 






William Davy. 






John Harrison. 






Jonathan demons. 






Jesse Carver, 




on Duty. 


Thomas Graham. 






James Whitby. 






Jacob Lentz. 






William Llewellyn. 






George Streper. 






Joseph Martin. 






Jonathan Engles. 






Jacob Shade. 






John Woolf. 






John Roberts. 






Lloyd Barr. 







FOURTEENTH DIVISION— 1812-14. 



FOURTEENTH DIVISION, WASHINGTON AND 
GREENE rOFNTIES. 



REGIMENTAL NUMBERS, FOURTEENTH DIVI- 
SION, WASHINGTON AND GREENE, 22, 23, 53, 

82, 6, 99, 122 and 130. 



FOURTEENTH DIVISION, FIRST BRIGADE- 

1812-14. 



MISCELLANEOUS TAPER— 1812-14. 



(761) 



( 762) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



763 



A RETURN OF THE VOLUNTEERS AND DRAFTED 
MILITIA FROM THE 1ST BRIGADE 14TH DIVISION 
PENA. MILITIA BEING THE QUOTO OF 14,000 MEN AS 
REQUIRED BY THE U. S. AGREEABLE TO ORDERS OF 
HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR, BEARING DATE 
MAY 13TH 1812. CONSISTING OF 300 COMMANDED BY 
MAJOR JAMES MOORE OF THE 2ND BATTN., 22ND 
REGT. 

22nd Regiment. 





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Lieut. Jas. Wliite, 
Amt. Total. 



'olunteers. 

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Captn. Thos. Miller 

Lieut. John Keyhoe 

Ensign H. Acheson 



Drafted. 



Lieut. Donaldson, 



Amt. Total, 



764 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



A RETURN OF THE VOLUNTEERS AND DRAFTED 
MILITIA FROM THE 1ST BRIGADE 14TH DIVISION 
PENA. MILITIA.— Continued. 



53rd Regiment. 












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42 


3 


52 
42 












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Ensign Robt McGrew .... ( 








Amt Total 


42 


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94 


91 







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No. of Volunteers 

No. of Militia Drafted, 

No. of Cavalry Volunteers, 

Grand Total 



WAR OF 1812-1S14. 765 

I do certify the above to be a true Return of the Volunteers 
& Draft from this Brigade. 
Washington, June 12th, 1812. 

JAMES DUNLAP, 
Brigade Inspector 1st Bri. 14 Div. P. M. 
WM. REED, Esq., 
Adjt. Genl. P. M. 






(766) 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, SECOND BRIGADE- 
1812-14. 



(767) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 769 



THE ACCOUNT OF THO'S BEALE FOR EXPENDITURES IN 
MARCHING THE DETACHMENT OF MILITIA CALLED 
FROM THE 2D BRIGADE, 14TH DIVISION UNDER THE 
GENERAL ORDERS OF THE 5TH OF SEPTEMBER 1812. 



Amount of account finished by Mr. Beale 

herewith, $1105 07 

Deduct from the forage rations the differ- 
ence between the amount charged 35 

cents per ration, viz, am't charged $236 33 

35 troopers, at 35 Cents per for 10 days & 6 

for 4 days, $130 90 $105 43 

Deduct also the charge of compensation as 

20 Cents per ration for the men & 35 per 

horse are deemed sufficient to cover all 

his services $ 36 00 $141 43 





$963 64 


Deduct paid him, 


66147 




$302 17 


Settled and Entered 




Geo. Bryan. 




Auditor Generals office 




18th March 1814. 






Approved and Entered 




W'm Findlay. 




Treasury Office, 




March 18th, 1814. 


paper taken out to accompany 


this account against the U. S, 



49— Vol. VII— 6tli Set. 



770 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



ABSTRACT OF PROVISIONS ISHUED BY THO'S. BEALL 
COMISSARY TO THE DETACHMENT OF MILITIA FROM 
2 B. 14 D. W & G. C. P. Militia. 









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1,690 


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I Certify on honor that the above account is Just as it 
stands Stated. 

RICH'D CROOKS, B. G. 
Duplicate. 



The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to Thos. Beall commis- 
sary for contingencies. 

Dr. 

For 1,6S0 rations at 20 Cts. pr. Ration J33S 00 

For furrage for 35 Troopers 10 Days 216 55 

For furrage for 6 Trooper 4 Days 19 78 

For Cash as ferrage at Monongohale, 7.78 7 76 

For Cash as ferrage at Alleghany 9 78 

For Cash pr. Mr. Roberts, W^aggoner as pr. reed 14 00 

P"or Cash pr. fer wood & straw 2 00 

For Cash pd. Mr. Holesworth, Waggoner, 13 days 78 00 

For Cash pd. J. Arbcost, Waggoner, 6 days, 36 00 

For Cash pd. J. Forederuh, Waggoner, 10 days, 60 00 

For Cash pd. J. Hansucker, Waggoner, 12 days 72 CO 

For Cash pd. ferrage, on return Waggons 3 00 

For my service 12 days as Commisary, Q. Master and Waggon 

Master at $3 pr. day 36 OO 

For Cash pd. Capt. Harper for his Contingencies as pr. rest 12 20 

$fOo 07 
captain Brown Contingencies as pr. rest 008 00 

Aratus f913 07 

I Certify on honor that the above ac't is Just as it stands 
stated. 

RICH. CROOKS. B. G. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 77^ 

Abstract of T. Bealls Act. 

THO'S BT^ATT 
Pay to the order of Moss Sutton & Monicka. 

JA'B VA'NDEGRIFF. 
SUTTON & MONICKA. 



(772) 



Fifteenth Division-1812-14 



FIFTEENTH DIVISION, ALLEGHENY, ARM- 
STRONG AND INDIANA COUNTIES. 



REGIMENTAL NUMBERS, FIFTEENTH DIVI- 
SION, ALLEGHENY, ARMSTRONG AND IN- 
DIANA, 141, 76, 16, 62, 30, 125 AND 126. 



FIFTEENTH DIVISION, FIRST BRIGADE— 
1812-14. 



MUSTER ROLLS— 1812-14. 



( 773 y 



(774) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



775 



June 16th 1812. 

A RETURN OF THE FIRST FLANK COMPANY OF LIGHT 
INFANTRY ATACHED TO THE FIRST BATALION 16TH 
REGT. 1ST BRIGADE 15TH DIVISION PENA. MILITIA. 



We the Under Named Subscribers Do Tender our Service Aa 
part of the Requisition of 472 men from this Brigade. 



Captain. 
James Turbit. 



Lieut. 
George Cochran. 



Ensign. 
Nathaniel Pearson. 



John Maxwell. 
James Sibbet. 
Ebenezer Pearson. 
Archibald Gilkeson. 
Robert Lea. 
David Jewel. 
Thomas Black. 
James Turner. 
John Sinclair. 
Archibald Alison. 
Thomas Mathews. 
James Goosehorn. 
David Thompson. 
William Douglass. 
William Cochran. 
James Lyon. 
William Sinclair. 
John Turner. 
Isaac Elliot. 
David Kenedy. 
Robert Phillips. 



Privates. 

Phillip Donley. 
William Ramsey. 
Gedeon Geary. 
Hugh Minis. 
Williams Kerns. 
Alexr. Gilfillan. 
William Henry. 
David Rutherford. 
Samuel Simons. 
Hugh McKean. 
John McGahan. 
Jesse McGahon. 
Isaac Kenedy. 
George Vown. 
William Reed. 
Robert Guinea. 
James McCuIly. 
Nathan Estep. 
Robert Cooley. 
John McAlister. 
Lewis McFarlane. 



The above Company is Destitute of arms sufficient for 
Service, 



(778 ) 



FIFTEENTH DIVISION, SECOND BRIGADE- 
1812-14. 



MUSTER ROLLS— 1812-14. 



(T77) 



(778) 



WAR OF 1S12-18U. 



779 



A MUSTER AND INSPECTION ROLL OF THE RIFLE COM- 
PANY CAPT. JOHN LOUGHRY, COMDT. ATTACHED TO, 
AND VOLUNTEERED IN SUBSTITUTION OF THE 
QUOTA REQUIRED FROM THE 30TH REGIMENT, FUL- 
LERTON WOODS, LIEUT. COL. COMDT. 2D BRIGADE, 
15TH DIV. P. M., PURSUANT TO BRIGADE ORDERS OF 
THE 22ND ULTIMO. 



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James Miller . 






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"^'illiam Marshall 






















































































































































































Joseph Marshall 




















































John Herold 




























James Wilson 














Robert Hunter 















780 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



A MUSTER AND INSPECTION ROLL OF THE RIFLE COM- 
PAN,Y C APT. JOHN LOUGHRY, COMDT.— Continued. 







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Michael Young 

William T. Jamison, . 
Alexander Black, 

Matthias Miller 

James Black 

John Coleman 

Alexander Thompson, 

John Getty 

John Barr, 

John Cunning 

Nathan Bullman, 

Thomas McClure, . . . 

William Herold 

James Wilson, Senr., 

Aaron Diviney 

Hugh Wiley 

Watson Stewart, 

Daniel Leaney 

William Gordon 

Stephen Cummins, .. 

David Adams 

William Rankin 

Reynold Lawrans, . . 

Josep Spiers 

William Moorhead, ., 

Joseph Loughry 

James Dixon 

James Russel 

James McKesson, 
William Fulton 



I do certify the within to be a correct copy of the return 
made to me of Volunteers in substitution of the quota required 
from the 30th Regiment Penna. Militia in obedience of your 
orders of the 12th May 1812. 

ROB. BEATTY, Inspector of the 2d Brigade, 
15th Division P. M. 
July 21st 1812. 
To William Reed, Esqr., 
Adjt. Genl. P. M. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



781 



A MUSTER AND INSPECTION ROLL OF THE QUOTA OF 
MILITIA DRAtT^ED FROM THE 154TH REGIMENT IN 
THE 2D BRIGADE OF THE 15TH DIVISION, PENNA. 
MILITIA, PURSUANT TO BRIGADE ORDERS OF THE 
22ND ULT. 



First Company. 








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Ebin Brady, 

Privates. 


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39 
40 
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41 

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Christopher Gillespie, 




































































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Thos. Stephins 




25 
31 
25 
26 

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19 
33 
30 


1 






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"Wm. Gooshorn 
















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Peter Biddle 




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John Crosure 




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Charles Reading' 




22 


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Patrick McAnuIty, .. 




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Wm. McCullough ... 




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Wm. Hopkins, 




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782 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



A MUSTER & INSPECTION ROLL OF THE QUOTA OF 
MILITIA DRAFTED FROM THE 154TH REGIMENT.— 
Continued. 



First Company. 







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Stephen Gastin, 
Alexr. Venhorn, 
James Coulter, 
Peter Brewer, . 
Ths. Gierhart, 
Jas. Kilpatrick, 
Benjm. Dlckej', 
John Brady, Jr 
Danl. Slippy, .. 
Wm. Thomas, . 
Saml. Gibson, 
John McDowell, 
Henry Wike, . 
James Evins, . 
Peter Depff, ... 

Joel Stout 

Isaac Simpson, 
James Lydick, 
Wm. Borland, . 
Henry Kinter, 



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I Do certify that the within is a correct Copy from the return 
of the Adjutant of the 154th Regt. P. M. of the quota of Militia 
required from Said Regiment In pursuance of your orders of 
the 12th of May 1812. 

ROB. BEATTY, 
Inspector of the 2nd Brig. 15th Div. P. M. 

July 21st 1812. 
To WM. REED, Esqr., 
Ajt. Genl. P. M. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



783 



A MUSTER AND INSPECTION ROLL OF THE ARMSTRONG 
RANGERS, CAPT. JAMES ALEXANDER COMDT. AT- 
TACHED TO, AND VOLUNTEERED IN SUBSTITUTION 
OF THE QUOTA REQUIRED FROM THE 126TH REGI- 
MENT, DANIEL LEMMON LIEUT. COL. COMDT.. 2ND 
BRIGADE, 15TH DIVISION, PENNA. MILITIA, PERSU- 
ANT TO BRIGADE ORDERS OF THE 26TH ULT. 



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James Alexander 


Capt 


29 


1 




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Walter Sloan 


Lieut., . . 










Jacob Hughes 


Ensign 


25 
22 
28 











William H. Brandon 






1 .... 




James Sloan, Jur 


2nd Sergt 


1 
























1 
1 
1 

1 
1 






Jacob Muckafuss, Jur 


Corpl 


25 
36 
21 
22 

37 
27 
26 
33 
2', 
28 
42 


1 

1 


1 
1 






John Monroe 


2nd Corpl.,.. 
3rd Corpl., .. 
4th Corpl., .. 




Samuel Monroe, 






David Sloan 










Privates. 
Robert Brown, 










Joseph Shields 












.... 


Harry Jack 










.... 




David Crawford, 












.... 






1 




1 






James Brown 






Patrick Dougherty 




1 

1 












1 


1 
1 
1 
1 


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Alexander Duncan 




21 




Jonathan Bowers 




1 


1 




Jacob Bowers 




21 
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24 
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Joseph Irwin 


















1 
1 
1 
1 
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John Guld 






Charles Rupert 






Thomas Truitt 






William Nelson 




1 




William Philliber 






1 


1 
1 






William Fiscus 




26 


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Abraham Fiscus, Jur., 






Peter Wolfheart 










Jacob Furnmire 




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20 


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784 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



A MUSTER AND INSPECTION ROLL OF THE ARMSTRONG 
RANGERS.— Continued. 



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I do certify the within to be a correct copy of a return made 
to me of Volunteers in substitution of the quota required 
from the 126th Regiment Penn. Militia in obedience to your 
orders of the 12th of May 1812. 

ROB. BEATTY, 
Inspector of the 2nd Brigade 15th Division P. M., 

Jly. 21st 1812 
To WM. REED, Esq., 
Adj. Genl. P. M. 



MISCELLANEOUS ROLLS, FIFTEENTH DIVI- 
SION— 1812-14. 



(785) 
50— Vol. VII— 6th Ser. 



WAR OF 1S12-1S14. 



787 



A RETURN OF THE 16TH REGIMENT. 



Captain. 
Jeremiah Ferree. 

Lieut. 
Alexr. Colhoon. 



Ensign. 
Charles Rigdon. 

Privates 



John Davis. 
James Cavet. 
Adam Sharp. 
John Breadon. 
Daniel Thompson. 
John Calhoon. 
Jacob Drake. 
John Rasher. 
John McCartney. 
John McClure. 
Samuel Cowan. 
John Williamson. 
Wm. Alcorn. 
David McElvey. 
John Black. 
Hugh Moffit. 
John Long. 
Archbd. Gilkeson. 
Wm. Turner. 
Baker Johnston. 
Alexr. Carnahan. 
James Frew. 
Wm. Lea. 
Lewis Hon. 
Daniel Williams. 
John Harger. 
Wm. Kerr. 
John Work. 



Wm. Stewart. 
Joseph Gray. 
James Stewart. 
John Nickle. 
Samuel Mordock. 
David Hull. 
Archebald McGowan. 
James Calhoon. 
Peter Huet. 
David Phillips. 
Joseph Logan. 
Stephen Rigdon. 
Samuel Higbey. 
John McDonel. 
Joseph Willson. 
John Gilfillan. 
William Fife. 
Fredrick Myers. 
Thos. Reed. 
Andw. Fife. 
John McCreary. 
Samuel Patterson. 
Thos. Tidball. 
Wm. McClellan. 
James B. Foster. 
Wm. Rutherford. 
Henry Pummereene. 
Daniel Thompson. 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Robert Jewel. 
John Fife. 
James McCord. 
Alexr. Gilfillan. 
James Kirtland. 
John K. Snodgrass. 
Thos. Whigam. 
John Ferguson. 



David Pedigrew. 
Andrew Slacker. 
John Pagen. 
William Hamilton. 
John Johnston. 
Archebald Neel. 
Thos. Lynch. 



RETURN OF THE 76TH REGT. PA. MILA. 



Captain. 
William Johnston. 

Lieut. 
Tames McKeown. 



John Phillips. 
James McCabe. 
John Neeley. 
Henry Grinder. 
James Hammond. 
Samuel Herr. 
Charles McMillan. 
John McCabe. 
Andrew Stewart. 
Patrick Dunleavy. 
Jacob Estep. 
Wm. Gilmer. 
Isaac Graham. 
Andrew Lewis. 
Jesse Hall. 
Andrew Robison. 
Robert Morgan. 
John Logan. 
Littleton Warren. 



Ensign. 

John Gaunce. 

Privates. 



James Bell. 
Alexr. Johnston. 
John McCurdy. 
Robert Hall. 
John Wheeler. 
William Bayrs. 
Thomas Dougherty. 
Daniel Springer. 
James Read. 
Wm. Morrison. 
Arthur Forbis. 
Francis McCready. 
Joseph McNall. 
Joseph Saunders. 
Joseph Wilson. 
Wm. Baggs. 
Fredrich Leech. 
Alexr. McCandless. 
Thos. Baggs. 



WAR OF 1812-1S14. 



789 



Thos. Turner. 
Wm. Ferguson. 
John Miller. 
Samuel Vance. 
William Hamilton. 
James Davis. 
Robert Cain. 
John Boyl. 
Garret Acten. 
Zadock Dickeson. 
Jacob Whitmore. 
Henry McKellip. 
Thos. Cunnipgham. 



Wm. McConnold. 
George Carothers. 
Gravner Mash. 
Alexr. Brown. 
Robert Shaw. 
David Nesbit. 
Michael Duffy. 
Samuel Caldwell. 
John Hason. 
Wm. Cooper. 
Samuel Hall. 
Adam Teemer. 
William Scott. 



13 Rifles Returned in this Draft fit for Service. 



RETURN OF VOLUNTEERS FROM THE 62ND REGT. 





Captain. 




David Alters. 




Lieut. 




J. Samson, 




Ensign. 




Garret Freeland. 




Privates. 


Thos. Samson. 


John McCracken. 


Thos. Otto. 


Alexr. Samson. 


James Demoter. 


Jos. McClanihan. 


Hugh McGaughey. 


Samuel Carswell. 


Myers Powel. 


Wm. Ferry. 


John Ryen. 


Matthias McMath. 


Robert Johnston. 


David Wilson. 


John Hoakes. 


Wallace Ireland. 


James Ryans. 


Andrew Campble. 


James O'Neal. 


Samuel Chambers. 


Jos. Backer. 


Bernard McGenty. 



790 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Michael Hively. 
Jacob Lane. 
Jacob Hively. 
Jacob Leak. 
James Donahee. 
Thos. Patterson. 
Andw. Richey. 
John Statler. 
Arthur Gill. 
Robt. Hammel. 
Isaac Kyle. 
Adam McClintock. 
John McClintock. 
Samuel Gill. 
David McFee. 
Wm. McMannis. 
Andw. Brown. 



Alexr. Kenedy. 
John McGrew. 
David Reigher. 
David Patin. 
Henry Morrow. 
Thos. McLaughlin. 
James Such. 
George Miller. 
Wm. Irwin. 
Wm. McKelvey. 
James Baxter. 
Samuel Coon. 
James Wilson. 
Robert Cowan. 
William Ingram. 
Jacob Bolinger. 



Thirty-nine of the above Roll compleatly Armed with Rifles 
26 Arms Not Sufficient. 



A RETURN OF THE FIRST RIFLE COMPANY ATACHED 
125TH REGT. WHO VOLUNTEERED THEIR SERVICE. 



Captain. 
James Scott. 

Lieut. 
John Cochran. 

Ensign. 
Petter Beddsworth. 



Privates. 



Henry Bruce. 
Alexr. Irwin. 
Jesse Waddle. 
Samuel McConnell. 
Wm. McConnell. 
Isaac Willson. 



Wm. McClellan. 
John Willson, Jr. 
Samuel Horrell. 
Wm. Howel. 
Arthur Mullen. 
Thos. Forsythe. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



791 



George Shields. 
Zadock Willson. 
Wm. McConnell. 
Richard Waddle. 
Wm. Means. 
Hugh Drennon. 
Wm. McKinley. 
John Irvine. 
Samuel Curran. 
Samuel Price. 
James Bailey. 
Wm. Armstrong. 
Francis Alexander. 
Henry Irvine. 
Jacob Reece. 



John Pangburn. 
James Wilson. 
Derrick Applegate. 
Seely Holcroft. 
Samuel Pangburn. 
James Martin. 
Joseph McNutt. 
Thos. Armstrong. 
Robert Povi^ers. 
Aaron Applegate. 
James Lynch. 
Daniel McCann. 
Wm. McMeans. 
John H. Hardy. 
John Woods. 



30 of the above Roll in uniform and Armed with Rifles 
Tomahawks. 



A RETURN OF THE 2ND FLANK 141 REGT. PA. MA. 



Captain. 
Walter Lithgow. 

Lieut. 
Isaac Jenkins. 

Ensign. 
George Stephenson. 



Privates. 



George W. Fulton. 
Joseph Moore. 
Wm. Vanderbelt. 
James Palmer. 
James Yourd. 
Robert Taylor. 
Wm. Lurk. 
Samuel Kingan. 
Robert Huston. 
Joseph McClintock. 



Robert McCorkle. 
Wm. Moore. 
John Neal. 
Petter Moffit. 
John Darinna. 
James Hamilton. 
Thos. McCulloch. 
George L. Balsley. 
Wm. Nesbit. 
Fredrick Snider. 



792 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Nicholas Kenedy. 
Patrick Snee, 
John B. Petters. 
Wm. Stewart. 
George Morrow. 
Wm. Johnston. 
John Martin. 
Samuel Palmer. 
Alexr. Ralston. 
Moses Gray. 
Anthony White. 
Hugh Nesbit. 
Charles H. Weidner. 
Samuel McKee. 



Nathaniel Hays. 
John Carr. 
John Burns. 
Neal Kennedy. 
John McManamy. 
William McCabe. 
George Risely. 
Ralph Dawson. 
James Boyd. 
Gustavus Fee. 
William Cross. 
Thos. McCoy. 
Wm. Kingan. 
Robert Murdock. 



The above flank Company commanded by Captain Lithgow 
have Volunteered their Service to the Governor. 



A RETURN OF MEN'S NAMES WHO VOLUNTEERED 
THEIR SERVICE FROM THE DIFFERENT COMPANYS 
OP THE 141 REGT. 



John Fearis. 
James Patterson. 
John Miller. 
Thos. Morison. 
John French. 
Joseph McFarlane. 
Solomon A. Smith. 
John Simcox. 
Joseph Willson. 
James Ewing. 
Wm. Kingam. 
John Martin. 
James Newel. 
Charles R. Riddle. 
Simon Smith. 
Wm. McDonald. 
John Sherriff. 
Wm. Graham. 
Archbd. Reed. 
Alexr. M. Cummings. 



Hugh Caskey. 
Conrod Cuncle. 
Abraham Hammond. 
Adam Selcer. 
Thos. M. Gordon. 
James Richardson. 
Joseph Headfer. 
Adam Sherriff. 
Joseph Willard. 
John Hutchison. 
Alexr. Nailor. 
Wm. Whigam. 
Wm. Robison. 
Wm. Grubbs. 
James Lenox. 
Samuel Cooper. 
Wm. Anderson. 
Wm. Johnston. 
Daniel Goshen. 
George Risley. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



793 



Robert McNall. 
Robert Duncan. 
Daniel Turney. 
Thos. Enox. 
John C. "Wright. 
Wm. Scott. 
Hugh McDevitt. 
William Roberts. 
Jacob Day. 



James Wilson. 

Wm. Mossman. 

Wm. Cross. 

Samuel Hubley. 

Isaac Harris. 

Abner Updegraff. 

Joshua Logan. 

Ephraim Pentland Major. 

Alexr. McClurg. 



(794) 



Sixteenth Division, 1812-14, 



( T'jr. ) 



(79G) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



797 



RETURN OF MEN DRAFTED FROM THE 141 REGT. 



Captain. 
John Barickman. 



Lieut. 
Samuel Douglass. 



Privates. 



Turner Carmac. 
Abraham Hopkins. 
Wm. Shiras. 
John Blevins. 
Gillis McBean. 
Daniel Tumey, 
Christopher Weaver. 
John Barton. 
Alexr. Paxton. 
John Park. 
Bayard Earnest. 
Wm. F. Irwin. 
Nathaniel Richardson. 
James McKee. 
Henry Bright. 
James McHenry. 
John Fulton. 
Wm. Moore. 
John Davidson. 
Wm. Anderson. 
Johnston Henry. 
Joseph McFarland, 
Patrick Coile. 
Nathl. Plumer. 
Thos. McClarney. 
Daniel Frantz. 
James Thompson. 
Daniel Boyle. 
Thos. Cloyde. 
John Spear. 
Samuel Parmer. 



Joseph Dodds. 
Aaron Hart. 
Benjamin Peatt. 
John Ligget. 
James Verner. 
John Greenwalt. 
David Kenedy. 
Valentine Trent. 
Jeremiah Sturgeon, Jr. 
Samuel Davis. 
Charles McGranahan, 
J. C. Wright. 
Wm. Kepner. 
Robert Henderson. 
Robert Warnock. 
Robert Peebles. 
Fetter Beard. 
Wm. Gamble. 
Wm. Stewart. 
Phillip Black. 
Wm. Graham. 
Richard Lewis. 
Thos. Cowan. 
Nimrod Grace. 
Christian Latshaw. 
Robert McNeal. 
Wm. Evans. 
Robt. Cochran. 
Denis S. Scully. 
Wm. Lewis. 
Wm. Nesbit. 



798 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

John Burns. John McCage. 

Thos. Sample. . John McCue. 

Wm. McCabe. Edward Pedan. 

Richard K. Bowling. David McMullen. 

Robert Haslet, Wm. Welch. 

George Duke. Samuel P. Carnahan. 



SIXTEENTH DIVISION, BEAVER, BUTLER, 
CRAWFORD, ERIE, VENANGO AND WARREN 
COUNTIES. 






(800) 



WAIt OK liilZ-lHU. 



801 



ilETLRN ^^- A TKOOP iiOi<.SE WHO VOLL'NTEEK THKIU 
SEkVICE I- ROM THE 125 ItEGT. 



Captain. 
David Allen. 

Lieut. 
Thomas Stewart. 

Cornet. 
G«orge Greer. 



Ifct. John Finney. 
2nd. Joseph Waddle. 



George Soal. 
Sun ley if use. 
Jacob McAbbee. 
John WilLson. 
EliBha Perce. 
Joseph Johngton. 
Wm, Douglaj^. 
Wm. Penny, 
leaac WalL 
James Penny. 
Robert Henderson. 



Sergts. 

3rd. Earauel Fleming. 
4tb. George .Joabs. 

Privates. 

Phillip Howell. 
James Forsythe. 
John Fon-ythe. 
John Clark. 
James McCIure. 
Jesse Sill. 
Jacob Sole. 
John Douglass. 
V.'m. Clemort, 
James Greer. 
John Stirrs. 



51— Vol. VH-€th Ser. 



(803 ) 



KEGIMEXTAL NUMBERS, SIXTEENTH DIVI- 
SION, BEAVER, BUTLER, CRAWFORD, ERIE, 
^'ENANGO AND WARREN, 2G, 139, 107, 132, 133, 
134, 135, 136, 17, 137, 29 AND 138. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAY ROLLS, SIXTEENTH 
DIVISION— 1812-14. 



(803 ) 



(804) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



805 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED BY 
CAPT. ROBERT MARTIN OF THE 138TH REGIMENT OF 
PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA COMMANDED BY LIEUT. COL. 
ROBT. MILLER UNDER THE ORDER OF MAJOR GENL. 
MEAD DATED JANUARY 1ST, 1814. 



Commencement of this Settlement February 23. 
Expiration of Service March 21st. 
Term of Service 27 days. 







i 


Am't of pay. 






Namei. 




i 
>> 

p2 








i 


i2 


m 



Robt. Martin 

Wm. Log-an 

Jacob Mechlin 

Hugh Stevenson, .. 

John Galesby 

Elijah Anderson, .. 
Matthew McCulloch 
Thos. Johnson, ... 

Jas. Riddle 

John Graham 

William Moore, ... 

John Maiden 

Mordecai Graham, 
Sam'l Robinson, .. 

John Love 

Rnb't Mickey 

George Custard, ... 
Moses Sullivan, ... 

John Sullivan 

Jas. Cratty, 

John Galagher, 

Wm. Forester 

Wm. O'Hara 

Rob't Hindman, ... 

Joseph White 

James Ooovert. — 
Benjamin Davis, 

Sam'l Lytle, 

Abner Meeker. ... 

Moses Meeker 

John Compton. 

James McCandless, 

John Brown 

James Crutchlow, , 



Capt 

Lieut 

Ensign, .. 
list Sergt., 
2d Sergt., 
3d Sergt., 
4th Sergt., 
1st Corpl., 
2d Corpl., 
3d Corpl., 
4th Corpl., 
Private, .. 
Private, .. 
Private. .. 
Private, .. 
Private, .. 
Private, .., 
Private, .., 
Private, ... 
Private, ... 
Private, ... 
Private, .., 
Private, ... 
Private. .. 
Private, ... 
Private, ... 
Private. .. 
Private, ... 
Private. ... 
Private, .. 
Private, ... 
Private. .. 
Private, .., 
Private, ... 



806 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED BY 
CAPT. ROBERT MARTIN —Continued. 



Archibald Crutchlow Private, 

Richard Shorts Private, 

Joseph Flake, Private, 

William Huffes Private, 

William Bales, Private, 

Alexander Montooth, Private, 

Daniel Roof Private, 

Daniel McDonnald Private, 

Henry Pander, Private, 

Jas. Brandon Private, 

Rob't McKinney Pr'vate, 

Sam'l Crutchlow Private, 

William Gray ••!\?1;, 

Joseph Bryson 'n\ 



MISCELLANEOUS MUSTER PAY AND RECEIPT 

ROLLS— 1812 14. 



MTTSTER ROLLS— 1812-14. 



(807) 



Mi 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



809 



ROLL OF CAPT. ANDREW OAK'S COMPANY. 



Green castle company, Capt. Andrew Oaks, September 5, 1812, 
in Col. Jared Irwin's regiment. 

Captain. 
Oaks, Andrew. 

Lieutenant. 
Wilson, Thomas. 

Ensign. 
Zeigler, George. 



Cramer, John. 
Gudtner, Jacob. 



Sergeants. 

Fletter, Jacob. 
Pennel, James. 



Dugan, John. 
Sharer, George. 



Corporals. 

Garresene, Jacob. 
Brady, Thomas. 



Fifer. 
Sites, Henry. 

Drummer. 
Poper, Jacob. 



Brendlinger, Henry. 
Byerly, Joseph. 
Bettes, George. 
Bolton, William. 
Bender, Samuel. 
Carroll, William. 
Dugan, Patrick, 
Evans, Evan. 
Foster, William. 
Fletcher, Thomas. 
Gaff, John. 
Gordon, William. 



Privates. 

Garner, John. 
Keller, Richard. 
Martin, Samuel. 
McCurdy, James. 
McLaughlin, Samuel. 
Ovelman, William. 
Plummer, Thomas. 
Snyder, John. 
Scully, WiHiam. 
Sreader, John. 
Stuff, George. 
Smith, Samuel. 



810 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Shaffer, George. Weidner, Samuel. 

Uller, George. Weidner, Daniel. 

Wilhslm, Christian. 
Above Copied from Vol. XII — Pa. Archives, 2nd Series. 



ROLL OF CAPT. MICHAEL HARPER'S COMPANY. 



Capt. Michael Harper's company in Col. Snider's regiment, 
Path Valley, September 5, 1812. 

Captain. 

Harper, Michael. 

Lieutenant. 
McKenzie, William. 

Ensign. 
Campbell, John. 



Irwin, William. 
McKinzie, James. 



Sergeants. 



Widney, John. 
Barrack, Hugh. 



Baker, Jeremiah. 
McCullough, Francis. 



Corporals. 



Campbell, Samuel. 
Ginnevin, James. 



Privates. 



Cannon, John. 
Dever, Joseph. 
Donnelly, Barnabas. 
Evans, David. 
Fegan, Barnabas. 
Hockenberry, Jeremiah. 
Hockenberry, James. 
Hockenberry, Peter. 



Irwin, George. 
Linn, James. 
Philips, Samuel. 
Scooly, Isaac. 
Smith, William. 
Scott, Richard. 
Taylor, James. 
Timmons, Peter. 



Above Copied from Vol. XII — Pa. Archives, 2nd Series. 



WAR OF 1812-lSi4. 
ROLL OF CAPT. PATRICK HAYS' COMPANY. 



811 



Capt. Patrick Hays' Mercersburg company, in Col. 
Irwin's regiment, September 5, 1812. 

Captain. 
Hays, Patrick. 

Lieutenant. 
Small, John. 

Ensign. 
Elder, Samuel. 



Jared 



McQuown, James. 
Small, Jacob. 



Sergeants. 



Williams, Jacob. 
Spangler, George. 



Heriugton, JOseph. 
Douothen, John. 



Corporals. 



Leer, Daniel. 
Cain, Jacob. 



Fifer. 
Mull, John, 



Bennet, James. 
Brubaker, Isaac. 
Craig, Samuel. 
Cunningham, Joseph. 
Crouch, John. 
Clapsaddle, John. 
Cline, Henry. 
Cooper, William. 
Campbell, Samuel. 
Dunlap, Alexander. 



Drummer. 

Wise, Jacob. 

Privates. 



Divilbiss, Frederick. 
Deitrick, David. 
Dunlap, John. 
Elder, James. 
Gaster, Peter. 
• Groscope, Jacob. 
Harris, John. 
Hodskins, Jacob. 
'Hissong, Janes. 
Hart, William, 



812 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Hallin, John. 
Hastier, John. 
Heart, John. 
Halland, James. 
Hodskins, Abraham. 
Kyler, Peter. 
King, John. 
McQuown, Robert. 
McFarland, Robert. 
McQuown, William. 
Mowry, John. 
McDowell, James. 



McPike, Charles. 
Montgomery, Campbell. 
McCurdy, William. 
Martin, Samuel. 
Pettet, Charles. 
Suffecool, Henry. 
Suffecool, William. 
Stewart, William. 
Teach, Peter. 
Weaver, Henry. 
Welker, Daniel. 
Walker, James. 



Above Copied from Vol. XII— Pa. Archives, 2nd Series. 



ROLL OF CAPT. HENRY REGES' COMPANY. 



Chambersburg company, Capt. Henry Reges, in Col. Jere- 
miah Snider's regiment, September 5, 1812. 

Captain. , 

Reges, Henry. 

First Lieutenant. 
Senseny, Jeremiah. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Musser, John. 

First Sergeant. 
Fleck, Peter. 



Privates. 



Boyle, John. 
Baughman, John. 
Cunningham, Robert. 
Cook, John. 
Crawford, Edward. 
Dobbin, Arthur. 



Denig, John. 
Essig, John. 
Erwin, Isaac. 
Favorite, John. 
Gelwicks, John. 
Grice, William, 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



813 



Good, Joseph. 
Gilmore, John. 
Grim, Philip. 
John, Christian. 
Lester, George W. 
Lemon, Josiah. 
Lamar, Isaiah. 
McMurray, Robert. 
Mumma, John. 
Mannon, Hugh. 
McConnell, Hugh. 
McAnulty, Hugh. 
Martin, John. 
Martin, Benjamin. 
McConnell, James. 
Above Copied from Vol 



Pollack, William. 
Ruuniou, Richard. 
Radebaugh, John. 
Robinson, John. 
Reilly, John. 
Snyder, Jacob, 
Stall, Joseph. 
Smith, Henry. 
Schools, Thompson. 
Severns, Joseph. 
Sailer, Daniel. 
Whitney, John. 
Wise, James. 
Wilson, George. 
Zimmerman, George. 
Xil — Pa. Archives, 2nd Series. 



ROLL OF CAPT. JEREMIAH SNIDER'S COMPANY. 



Roll of Capt. Jeremiah Snider's company, from Chambers- 
burg, afterwards commanded by Capt. John McClintock, in 
Col. Jeremiah Snider's regiment, September 5, 1812. 

Captain. 

Snider, Jeremiah. 

Lieutenant. 
McClintock, John. 

Ensign. 
Ashton, Owen, 



Stevenson, John, 
Allison, Alexander, 



Sergeants. 



Colhown, John. 
Colhown, Andrew, 



Haslett, Robert. 
Tillard, William. 



Corporals. 



Ruthrauff, H. 
Reed, John. 



814 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Donaldson, William. 



Musicians. 

Bickney, Henry. 



Allen, Timothy. 
Andrews, John. 
Barnett, Joseph. 
Beatty, Samuel. 
Blythe, David. 
Grain, A. L. 
Clunk, Andrew. 
Clouser, Daniel. 
Cummings, John. 
Foot, Robert. 
Fabfir, George. 
Grier, Isaac. 
Glossbrenner, Peter. 
Greenfield, Hugh. 
Heist, George. 
Hill, Horace. 
Hunter, John. 
Harvey, Thomas. 

Above copied from Vol. 



Privates. 

Hood, Daniel. 
Hutchinson, John. 
Lindsay, Andrew. 
McKinney, Spencer. 
Murray, James. 
McConnell, Alexander. 
Nabb, Elisha. 
Phillipy, Jacob. 
Plummer, John. 
Rigler, Stephen. 
Shannon, William. 
Simpson, George, 
Swan, Moses H. 
Taylor, William. 
Wilson, Joshua, 
Wilson, James. 
Wilson, David. 
Wolff, Bernard. 
VII— Pfi. Archives, 2nd Series. 



ROLL OF CAPT. THOMAS BARD'S COMPANY. 



Roll of Capt. Thomas Bard's Company, Mercersburg Septem- 
ber 1814. 

Captain. 

Bard, Thomas. 

First Lieutenant. 
McDowel, James. 



Second Lieutenant. 
Johnston, John. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



815 



Ensign. 
Bower.s, Joseph. 

Sergeants. 

Dean, A. T. 

Duffield, G. 

Smith, Thomas. 

Spangler, G. 

Corporals. 

Smith, William. 

Grubb, Thomas. 
McDowell, William 
Johnston, Thomas. 





r lie. 

Mull, John. 




Privates. 


Abbott, John. 


Hamilton, James. 


Brown, John. 


Harrison, James. 


Bard, Archibald. 


Henchy, Frederick. 


Parson, Robert. 


Harrer, John. 


Coxe, John. 


Houston, William. 


Campbell, John. 


Johnston, Samuel. 


Craig, Samuel. 


King, John. 


Cox, John, Jr. 


Liddy, John. 


Donnyhon, John. 


McDowell, James. 


Dick, Joseph. 


McClelland, John. 


Dunlap, Joseph. 


McDowell, Thomas C. 


Elliott, Peter. 


McDowell, William, Sr. 


Evans, Jeremiah. 


McFerren, George. 


Fiirley, John. 


Montgomery, James. 


Gaff, Leonard. 


McNeal, James. 


Glaze, John. 


McNeal, Augustus. 


Garvin, Joseph. 


Markle. Samuel. 


Garver, James. 


McCurdy, John. 


Glass, William. 


McCoy, Robert. 


Garner, Henry. 


McCulloch, John. 


Hart, William. 


Maxwell, .John. 


Harrington, Joseph. 


McKinstry, William. 



816 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Patton, Matthew. Stinger, Conrad. 

Pike, Charles. Witherow, Samuel. 

Robston, David. Williamson, Thomas. 

Stewart, William. Wilson, William. 

Speer, Thomas. Werlby, John. 

Shields, James, Witherow, John. 

Smith, David. Walkei', James. 

Stevens, George. Rankin, William. 

Sybert, John. Waddle, Thomas. 

Squire, Thomas. Wise, Christopher. 

Above copied from Vol XII — Pa. Archives 2nd Series. 



ROLL OF CAPT. JOHN FINDLAY'S COMPANY. 



Roll of Capt. John Findlay's Chambersburg Company, Sep- 
tember, 1814. 

Captain. 
Findlay, John. 

First Lieutenant. 
Snider, John. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Murphy, Greenberry. 

Ensign. 
Hershberger, John. 

Sergeants. 

Severns, Joseph. 

Rea, Andrew. 

Smith, Henry. 

Senseny Jeremiah. 

Fedder, Jacob. 

Corporals. 

Robison, John. 

Lester, George W. 

Heck, Jacob. 



WAR OF 1S12-1814. 



817 



Privates. 



Abrahams, Jacob. 
Berlin, John. 
Bonebrake, Peter. 
Baxter, John. 
Buchanan, James. 
Brindle, John. 
Bratton, "William. 
Blythe, Benjamin. 
Braughman, John. 
Eucher, John. 
Bittinger, Jacob. 
Burkholder, Abraham. 
Best, Frederick. 
Grouse, Daniel. 
Campbell, Joseph. 
Carberry, James. 
Clouse, Conrad. 
Cope, Joseph. 
Clugston, John. 
Cammel, McFarland. 
Draher, Conrad. 
Dechert, Daniel. 
Dugan, William 
Dixon, James. 
Eaton, John. 
Eaker, Simon. 
Firnwalt, Benjamin. 
Fry, Henry. 
Fletcher, Thomas. 
Ganter, Henry. 
George, Jacob. 
Gillespy, John. 
Glosser, Jacob. 
Gelwicks, John. 
Helman, Michael. 
Hall, Thomas. 
Harman, William. 
Huston, James. 
Helman, Daniel. 
Irvin, Isaac. 
Jones, Thomas. 
Kinneard, William. 
Keller, David. 

52— Vol. VII— Gth Ser, 



Kaisey, Thomas. 
Laufman, Jacob. 
Lucas, John. 
Monroe, Reuben. 
McAfee, Robert. 
McAllister, Daniel. 
McKesson, William. 
McKean, William. 
Mills, William. 
McElroy, Samuel. 
McFaggen, Soyer. 
Milone, John. 
Mentzer, David. 
McFerren, Jacob. 
Montgomery, Cammel. 
Mumma, David. 
Nitterhouse, Ludwick. 
Nogel, Samuel. 
Nitterhouse, John. 
Neff, Jacob. 
Nixon, John. 
Porter, John. 
Ruth, Edward. 
Reichert, Jacob. 
Radebaugh, John. 
Sargeant, Elijah. 
Stuard, Charles. 
Shillito, Samuel. 
Sharp, Daniel. 
Sipes, William. 
Spitel, Jacob. 
Sharp, Ross. 
Suttey, Joseph. 
Tritle, John. 
Todd, John. 
Wilson, Joseph. 
Wiser, Benjamin. 
Walker, James. 
Wolfkill, .Jacob. 
Wallace, Josiah. 
White, David. 
Wright, Matthew. 



818 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Westbay, James. 
Woods, Hugh. 
White, William. 



Young, George. 
Zimmerman, George. 



Upon the election of Capt. Findley, as Colonel of the regi- 
ment, Lieut. William Young was elected captain of the com- 
pany in his stead . 

Above Copied from Vol. XII — Pa. Archives 2nd Series. 



ROLL OF CAPTAIN JOHN FLANAGAN'S COMPANY. 



Roll of Capt. Jdhn Flanagan's Company, Waynesoarg, Sep- 
tember 1814. 

Captain. 

Flanagan, John. 

Lieutenant. 
Bivins, William. 

Ensign. 
McFarlin, Daniel. 

Sergeants. 

Gordon, Robert. 
Cochran, George. 
Downey, William. 
Foreman, George. 



Privates. 



Allison, Samuel, 
Bowman, John. 
Bormest, John. 
Bechtel, Christian. 
Beaver, David. 
Barnet, William. 
Blair, Hugh. 
Call, William. 
Duncan, James. 



Fulton,- Joseph. 
Fry, Jacob. 
Fullerton, Loudon, 
Fullerton, JarBcs. 
Getteys, James. 
Gettier, George. 
Green, Samuel. 
Haulman, Peter. 
Haulman, Daniel. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. gjg 

Harshman^ Jan:es. Obermeyer, Maxamillian. 

Heffner, David. Prjce, George. 

Hartman, Daniel. Ray, Robert. 

Hayden James. Robertson, Abraham. 

voontz, George. Stonebraker. Adam. 

Logan, Daniel. Sheffler, John 

I^gan, John. gtoner, John.' 

Mooney, William. Springer, David. 

Misner, Joseph. gtewart, Alexander. 

McCray, James. Weagley, George. 

McDowell. William. Weaver, David 
Oellig. .John. 

Above Copied from Vol. Xll-Pa. Archives. 2nd Series. 



ROLL OF CAPT. AJ^DREW ROBINSON'S COMPANY. 



Roll of Capt. Andrew Robison's company, Greencastle Sep- 
tember 1814. ' ^ 

Captain. 
Robison, Andrew. 

First Lieutenant. 
Brotherton, John. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Mitchel, James. 

Ensign. 
Besore, Jacob. 

Sergeants. 

Walker, James. 

Snively, Andrew. 

Wilson, Thomas. 

Fleming, Archibald. 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Corporals. 

Randall, John. 

Bellows, George. 

Sackett, George. 

Aiken, Alexander. 

Paymaster. 
Carson, William. 



Privates. 



Armstrong, William, Jr. 
Allison, John. 
Bratten, William. 
Bruce, Robert. 
Billings, John, 
Beatty, Henry. 
Bradley, Samuel. 
Brotherton, William H. 
Brotherton, James. 
Brotherton, Robert. 
Baird, Frederick. 
Hoggs, John. 
Care, Benjamin. 
Clark, Walter B. 
Clark, William. 
Clark, George. 
Carpenter, Frederick. 
Coffroth, William. 
Camion, James. 
Deman, Jesse. 
Dennis, John. 
Davison, James. 
Dugan, William T. 
Foreman, Samuel. 
Flora, George. 
Fullerton, David. 
Garner, John. 
Guinea, Robert. 
Guinea, Hugh. 
Gordon, Edward. 
Gallagher, William. 
Graff, John. 
Gearhart, Frederick. 



Gallagher, Peter. 
Harger, William. 
Henneberger, John. 
Hughes, Joseph. 
Irwin, William.. 
Johnston, James. 
Keyser, Jonathan. 
Kennedy, Matthew. 
Krepps, William. 
Kuy, George. 
McCune, John. 
McCallister, Adam. 
McGaw, James. 
McCord, James. 
McGraw, William. 
Miller, William H. 
Moreland, William. 
McConnel, John. 
McCutchen, Samuel. 
Miller, John. 
McLane, Archibald. 
McCutcheon, Abraham. 
McCoy, John. 
Mcl.anahan, John B. 
McClellan, John. 
Nigh, Samuel. 
Owen, Robert. 
Poe, James. 
Park, John. 
Poper, Jacob. 
Piper, J. 
Reed, John. 
Rice, Roger. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 821 

Rankin, A. B. Smith, Robert 

Rowe, John, Sr. shaup, John. 

Rogers, John. uiler, George. 

Shira, John. Vanderaw, William. 

Steward, Charles. Welsh, Thomas. 

Sayler, Adam. Wilson, .James. 

Shearer, John. Wallack, George. 

Statler, Samuel or Emanuel. Wilhelm, Christian. 

Schreder, John, wise, Christian. 

Sites, Henry. Weaver, John. 

Speckman, George. Walker, Thomas. 

Snyder, John. Young, Alexander. 

Above copied from Vol XII Pa. Archives, 2nd Series. 



ROLL OF LIEUT. JOSHUA HAIRE'S COMPANY. 



List of non-commissioned ofHcers and privates of the 
Eleventh company, in the First rifle regiment of Pennsylvania 
volunteers, under command of Lieut. Joshua Haire, com- 
manded by Col. Thomas Humphrey, in the service of the 
United States. 

Camp Snyder, October, 13, 1814. 



Sergeants. 

Robinson, James. 

Stelle, Isaac. 
Todd, Arcturus. 
Mathew, Joseph. 

Corporals. 

Evans, David. 

Robison, Benjamin. 

Harrah, William. 

Heath, John. 

Bugler. 
Mehinuey, John. 



822 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Privates. 



Anderson, Joseph. 
Bear, John. 
Barclay, Robert. 
Bruner, Paul. 
Cisler, Nicholas. 
Dennison, John. 
Doyle, John W. 
Dennison, William, 
Dunlap, Isaac. 
Engles, Joseph. 
Everitt, John. 
Friteinger, Christ. 
Friece, Joseph. 
Fell, David. 
Friece, Jacob. 
Hall, Gooden G. 
Hare, Benjamin. 
Harrah, Septimus. 
Hughs, Samuel. 
Hubbert, Samuel. 
James, Benjamin. 
James, Mason. 
James, Joseph. 
Kirkpatrick, Andrew. 
Lacy, Jesse. 
Lewis, Ephraim. 
Marshal, William. 
Macintosh, Daniel. 
Moyer, Sem. 
Mekinsty, Nathan. 



Mann, Benjamin S. 
Medeary, Isaac B. 
Morris, John. 
Markely, Daniel. 
Megooken, William. 
Patterson, William E. 
Picker, James. 
Ruth, Christian. 
Rich, Anthony. 
Rodman, Samuel. 
Simpson, Job. 
Smith, Samuel. 
Stoover, John W. 
Swartzlander, John. 
Thomas, Morgan N. 
Thomas, William. 
Toy, John. 
Trumbower, Philip. 
Tanner, Mark. 
Williams, John. 
Whitingham, John. 
Wood, Jonathan. 
Pool, Joseph. 
Roberts, Robert. 
Horn, Samuel. 
Horn, William. 
Daniels, John F. 
Hunter, Joseph. 
Patterson, Robert. 



Above Copied from Vol. XII— Pa. Archives, 2nd Series. 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. RICHARD MAGUIRES COM- 
PANY. 



Muster Roll of the company attached to the First battalion. 
One Hundred and Forty-second regiment, Pennsylvania militia, 
who have volunteered their services in the substitution of the 
draft required from said regiment. 



WAR OF 1812-1S14. 

Captain. 
Maguire, Richard. 

Lieuteuaut. 
Feltz, John. 

Ensign. 
Scantlin, John. 

Drummer. 
Keyler, Peter. 



Privates 



Adams, Ignacies. 
Adams, Thomas, 
Burgeon, John. 
Burgoon, Joseph. 
Cojier, David. 
Curren, Hugh. 
Daugherty, John. 
Delosier, Daniel. 
Elder, James, Esquire. 
Elder, Patrick H. 
Galagher, Joseph. 
Glass, George. 
Keene, Christopher. 
Lilly, Richard. 
Magehan, Joseph. 



McCoy, Alexander. 
McGaugh, Arthur. 
McGehan, James. 
McGuire, James L. 
Nagle, Jacob. 
Noigle, John. 
Nowel, John. 
O'Conner, James. 
Plot, James. 
Troxel, Jacob. 
Warthin, Stannes Lewis. 
Weaklaud, John. 
Will, Jacob. 
Will, John. 



I do certify that the foregoing is a true copy of a return 
made to me by Col. Proctor, in substitution of the draft 
from the One Hundred and Forty-second regiment. 

GEORGE GRAHAM, 
Brigade Inspector. 
The above is a copy from Vol XH Pa. Archives 2nd Series. 



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830 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

COMPANY BOOK OF CAPT. MATTHEW DAWSON'S COM- 
PANY. COMMENCING PAY AND RATIONS. 



October 2nd 1812. 

We the undersigned subscribers have received from Capt. 
Matthew Dawsan, the Several Sums aiujexed to our names 
this 16th day of Oct. 1812 being in full for two months pay 
in the service of the U. S. Commencing the 2ud day of Oct. 
1812 & ending the 2nd da::^' of December following — 

Lieut. 

Jno. Ferguson, $60 00 

Ensign. 
Francis Scott, 40 00 

1st Serg. 
Thos. Jewell, 16 00 

2nd Serg. 
John J. Beans 16 00 

3rd Serg. 
George Pearson, 16 00 

4th Serg. 
Robt. Lockhart, 16 00 

1st Corpl. 
Edward Douglass, 14 66 

2nd Corpl. 

John Gibson, 14 66 

3rd Corpl. 



Jeremiah Ralston, 



4th Corpl. 
Joshua Chenoweth 14 66 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 831 

Privates. 

1. Thos. Crawford, 13 32 

2. Wm. Sample. 13 32 

3. John Thompson, 13 32 

4. Samuel Sample, 13 32 

5. Isaac Moreland, 13 32 

6. . 

7. Wm. Scott, 

8. John Cannon, 13 32 

9. Danl. Chrigensmith, 13 32 

10. Jacob L. Gurwell 13 32 

11. Henry Mercer, 13 32 

12. William Beatty, 13 32 

13. Andrew Reed, 13 32 

14. Andrew Marguis, 13 32 

15. Samuel Marguis, 13 32 

16. Thos. Sampson 13 32 

17. Wm. Zurer 13 32 

18.- Christian Moats, 13 32 

19. Wm. McLung, 13 32 

20. Thos. Cherry, ' 13 32 

21. Wm. Mears, 13 32 

22. Saml. Arkwright, 13 32 

23. Frederick Carpenter, 13 32 

24. James Graham 13 32 

25. Samuel Patterson, 13 32 

26. Jno. H. Monteith, 13 32 

27. Elijah Patton, 13 32 

28. Benjamin Castor 

29. Jno. McCord, 13 32 

30. Samuel McCrumb, 13 32 

31. Wm. Karns, 13 32 

32. Wm. Clark 13 32 

33. Jeremiah Hazen 13 32 

34. Alex'r Boyle, 13 32 

35. David Warner, 13 32 

36. Lot Watson, 13 32 

37. Wm. V. Bay 13 32 

38. Thomas Speer 13 32 

39. Samuel Eyers, 13 32 

40. Jno. Summerville, 13 32 

41. Jacob Cooper, 13 32 

42. Jacob Pool 13 32 

43. Jno. Vanorstos 13 32 

53— Vol. VII— 6th Ser. 



832 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



44. Frederick Baum, 13 32 

45. Jno. Swerlin, 13 32 

46. Francis Sleighman, 13 32 

47. Andrew McFaddin, 13 32 

48. Jno. Henry, 13 32 

49. Robt. McEntire, 13 32 

50. Robt. Steel, 13 32 

51. Wm. McCord, 13 32 

No pay received for the above named Wm. Scott and Ben- 
jamin Bastor. They being on furlough at the time of drawing 
pay. 



AN ACCOUNT OF PUBLIC PROPERTY DRAWN AT PITTS- 
BURGH FOR THE USE OF CAPTAIN MATTHEW DAW- 
SON'S COMPANY. 




Pulaski, Lawrence Co. Penna. 

I do hereby Certify that the above is a correct copy of the 
records as found in Capt. Matthew Lawsens Book of Muster 
rolls if 5 Battalion Commanded by Major David Nelson 
which book is now in my possession as witness my hand this 
19th day of September 1868. 

JAMES T. JACKSON, J. P., 
Pulaski, 
Lance. Co. Penna. 



WAR OF 1812-1S14. 833 

The Subscribers member of the Militia company com- 
manded by Lieut. Daniel Oldenberg, late in the service of 
the United States as a part of the 4th Detachment of P. M. 
commandd by Col. Lewis Ansh acknowledged to have re- 
ceived from the Paymaster of the detachment appointed by 
the Govr. of Penna. the several sums attached to our names 
such sum being in full for our several services as Militia men, 
agreeably to an act of the Legislature of Penna. passed March 
29, 1813. 

Phila. Augst. 7—1813. 

Names. 

William Course, ; . . . $5 00 

William Course, for Thomas hardy 5 GO 

Henry Muser, 5 00 

John Tranen, 5 00 

William llanna, 5 00 

Danil Herman, 5 00 

William G. Beale 5 00 

Joseph Swartz, 5 00 

John Froweri, 5 00 

Adam Stiue, 5 00 

Wm. Lynd 5 00 

William (his X mark) Johnson, 5 00 

A. H. Clement, 5 QO 

John Bowles, 5 00 

William Werd, 5 00 

John Smith, 5 00 

F. savoy, 5 00 

Thomas Ouram, 2 50 

Clement E. Ellick, 2 50 

Edward (his X mark) Wood, 5 00 

Charles Colladay 5 00 

Stokely Sturgis, 5 00 

Thos. Buzhar, 5 00 

Robt. P. Aitkn, 2 50 

Philip Stimmel, 2 50 

Rich. C. Shaw 5 00 

John Murphy, 5 00 

Jacob Kettering 5 00 

Andrew Hooton, 5 00 

G. 0. German 5 00 

John McKeall 5 00 

Joseph Prosha 5 00 

53— Vol. VII— 6th Ser. 



834 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Jon Lolande, 5 00 

John Cruppel, 5 00 

Paul Slrahan, 5 00 

John Rawley, 5 00 

Wm. McDaneyh, 5 00 

John Katz, 5 00 

John Dubree, 5 00 

George Hoff, , 5 00 

Matter Gould, 5 00 

John Spronsberg 5 00 

Petr, Harinisook, 5 00 

Henry Sarer, 5 00 

John Millhouse 5 00 

B. Half?, 5 00 

B. H. Springer 2 50 

Charles Bartran, 5 00 

Joseph King, 5 00 

Dennis Cainburn, 5 00 

John (his X mark) Lirwinger, 5 00 

Russel G. Davis, 2 00 

James Matson, 5 00 

Matthias Nice, 5 00 

John Bayly 5 00 

Jacob Chalfant, 2 50 

John Keck, 5 00 

George Butler, 5 00 

William Beates, 5 00 

Jacob Hansen 2 00 

Henny Cline, 5 00 

Joseph Willis, $5 00 

Sam. Baxter 5 00 

George Shots 5 00 

Philip Marher, 5 00 

Sam. Olwine, 5 00 

John Simpson, 5 00 

Wm. C. Goggins, 5 00 

Received Thirty five Dollars for the above Seven men as pr. 
order. 

DAN OLDINBERGH. 



H. Knoss, $2 50 

Walter Allison, 2 50 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 835 

John Sutherland 5 00 

George Patterson 5 00 

Samuel Weatherstlne, Drummer, 2 50 

Christian Meiulcka 5 00 

John Wile 5 00 

Joseph Smith, 5 00 

Benjamin Binden, 5 00 

J. Clinter 2 50 

Richard Fawkes, Jur 5 00 

Daniel Mckaralan, 5 00 

Joseph Alexander, 5 00 

Daniel Hassall 5 00 

Jacob Burk, 5 00 

Samuel Weyant, 5 00 

John Merrick, 5 00 

Ed. Buckingham, 5 00 

Thos. Fortescue, 5 00 

John Debiust 5 00 

Kennith McCay, 5 00 

John Keller, 5 00 

John Ebbing 5 00 

Barbara (his X mark) Dowdel, for John Dowdel (he 

being sick abed) 5 00 

David Snyder 5 GO 

John Butcher, 5 00 

Jacob Apple 5 00 

John Henry, 5 00 

James Richy 5 00 

John Dolman 5 00 

Edwd. Daly, 5 00 



Robert McClure, $2 50 

John Brent, 5 00 

Aaron Cain, 5 00 

Lawrence Lieutur, 5 00 

John Sprigh, 5 00 

William Steel, 5 00 

Sam. StClair 5 00 

Receiv'd Thirty seven Dollars and fifty cent for the above 
^even names men. 

DANL. OLDUNBERGH, 
Lieift. Copodt, 



836 PENNSYLVANIA V0LUNTb:ER3. 

CAPT. SAMUEL ANDERSON'S COMPANY. 



We the subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 

of the a Company 1st Brigade Mifflin Guards Militia of 

the State of Pennsylvania, lately in the service of the United 

States, under the requisition of the President of the 4th of 

July 1814, and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby 

acknowledge, to have received additional pay allowed by act 
of Assembly in such case made and provided. 

1. William Evans, $1 87 

2. Henry Thorne, 1 87 

3. Jonathan Thomson, 1 87 

4. George Hawkins, 1 87 

5. John Marshall 1 87 

6. Joseph Derrick, 1 87 

7. John Rowen, 1 87 " 

8. Joseph Wilkinson, 1 87 

9. William H. Marshall, 1 87 

10. Daniel Bromall, 1 87 

11. James Burns, 1 87 

12. William Beaty, 1 87 

13. Robert Beaty, 1 87 

14. John Bradford, 13 

15. Jeremiah Brown, 1 87 

16. Thomas Bowers, 1 87 

17. Thomas D. Barnard, 1 87 

IS. Leonard Cole, 1 87 

19. James Cleary, 1 87 

20. George Caldwell, 1 87 

21. David Cummins, 1 87 

22. William Cummins, 1 87 

23. John Dunant, 1 87 

24. John Dermout, 47 

25. Samuel Edwards, 1 87 

26. James Evans, 1 87 

27. David Fisher, 1 87 

28. John Garrett, 1 87 

29. William Grubb, 20 

30. William Geary, 1 87 

31. John Hawkins, 1 87 

32. Joseph Hibbert, 1 87 

33. Benjamin Raskins, 1 87 



WAR OP 1812-1S14. 83? 

34. Charles Justis, 1 87 

35. Joseph F. John, 47 

36. Thomas Kille, 1 87 

37. John Lambert, 1 87 

38. John Lloyd 1 87 

39. Charles Lear 1 87 

40. James Locke, 1 87 

41. William Lindsay 1 87 

42. Joseph Martin, 1 87 

43. Lazarus Martin, 1 87 

44. Edward Minshall, 1 87 

45. Levi B. Martin, 1 87 

46. Daniel Mitchell 1 87 

47. John McKee, 1 87 

48. John Martin (H.) 1 87 

49. Richard G. Martin, 1 87 

50. John C. Martin, 1 87 

51. Aaron Morion 1 87 

52. Thomas Pedrick, 1 87 

53. Thomas Parson 1 87 

54. Thomas Painter 1 87 

55. John Pyewell, 1 87 

56. Joseph Ryle 1 87 

57. John Stevenson 1 87 

58. Thomas R. Smith, 1 87 

59. William Tarrance, 47 



CAPT. JOHN M. BACKIUS COMPANY. 



We the subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates, 
of the 2nd Company 2nd Brigade, Union Riflemen Militia 
of the State of Pennsylvania, lately in the service of the United 
States, under the requisition of the President of the 4th of July, 
1814, and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby acknowledge 
to have received additional pay allowed by act of Assembly 
in such case made and provided. 

Names. 

1. Jesse Norton. 6. George Wintercarst. 

2. John Duke. 7. Benton Coston. 

3. Samuel Scattergood. 8. Leven M. Coston. 

4. Joseph Haines. 9. George W. Coston. 

5. Charles Dannanhower. - 10. Peter Narrowgong. 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



11. Christian Amoch. 

12. John Armbruster. 

13. Thomas Rose. 

14. Isaac Griffith. 

15. Abraham Venner. 

16. Henry Venner. 

17. Henry Presslor. 
IS. William Presslor, 

19. Henry Shoape. 

20. John Stoute. 

21. Peter Stoute. 

22. John L. Stoute. 

23. John Miller. 

24. Jacob Zink. 

25. Henry Meyers. 

26. Isaac Lowdon. 



27. Abraham Weise. 

28. Thomas Streate. 

29. George Snyder. 

30. David Cosman. 

31. John Ennis. 

32. Jacob Triplor. 

33. Michael Navin. 

34. John Barrow. 

35. James Smith. 

36. Samuel Johnson. 

37. Christopher Wolf. 

38. John Dickerson. 

39. Jacob Pisor. 

40. Barnot Adams. 

41. Isaac Hornbach. 

42. William Goldson. 



MUSTER AND PAY ROLL OF THE COMPANY OF FRANK- 
FORD V. ARTILLERY, BELA BADGER CAPT. LATE IN 
THE -SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES, ATTACHED 
TO THE LIGHT BRIGADE UNDER THE COMMAND OF 
GEN'L F. CADWALLADER. 



Date of Service, Sept. 13th, 1814. 
Date of Discharge, Jan'y 3rd, 1815. 



Capt. 
Bela Badger. 



1st Lieut. 
Robert Whitaker. 



2nd Lieut. 
Washington Doak. 



3rd Lieut. 
John Shallcross. 



Q. M. 
William A. Lee. 



WAR OF 1S12-1S14. 



839 



Serge'ts. 

James T. Thomas. 

Gardner Tutton. 

Jobu Clark. 

Daniel Tees. 

John T. Gilbert. 

Corp'ls. 

Rufus Tyler. 

Robert Neff. 

Levi K. Dover. 

James Linton, 

Joseph Baldwin. 



Privates. 



Samuel Denney. 
Isaa Jones. 
Jacob Bodine. 
John Burk. 
William Burger. 
Joseph Botner. 
John Bordman. 
Rudolph Buckius. 
Samuel P. Courtney. 
George Coucker. 
Thomas Chute. 
Jacob Coon. 
Christopher Coon. 
Daniel Clark. 
Frances Doran. 
Jacob Delaney. 
Adam Erbin. 
George Fisher. 
Conard Friese. 
David Frayer. 
John Gray. 
Benjamin Hamilton. 
Jacob Harper. 
George Haines. 
James Hamilton. 
Oliver Hart. 
Benjamin Jenkins. 
Samuel Landenberger. 



William Landenberger. 
James Lear. 
George Merkle. 
Joseph Marshall. 
James Miller. 
Benjamin Matlach. 
John McMuUen. 
John Newcamp. 
Thomas Potts. 
Joseph Pennell. 
Henry Phillips. 
Aron Palmer. 
John Peters. 
Charles Quicksill. 
George Rorar. 
Joseph Rorar. 
John Rorar. 
Michael Retzer. 
Charles Rertine. 
George Robinson. 
James Reese. 
Robert Soley. 
Henry D. Sparks. 
Michael Shetzlins. 
Joseph M. Sanderson. 
William Shallcross. 
Lawrence Scates. 



840 PE^NNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Isaac W. Sparks, Paul Vannaken. 

Henry Schoch. Stephen Warrell. 

Benjamin Scott. Isaiah Warrell. 

Jonathan Schoch. Rudolph Warrell. 

Joseph Schoch. Hawley Warrell. 

Cumberland Shepherd. Giles AVilliams. 

Moses Thomas. Martin Thomas. 
William Thomas. 

Artillery Drivers. 

John Clendenlng. Jacob Rimal. 

Arthur Hetherington. Nicholas Uber. 

I do hereby Certify that the above Muster Roll and date of 
Service is Correct. July 24th, 1816. 

*BELA BAAGER, Capt. 

*The Capt. signed his name Bela Baager. The Clerk wrote 
it Bela Badger Capt. 



MUSTER AND PAY ROLL OF THE COMPANY OF JUNIOR 
ARTILLERISTS JACOB CASH JUNIOR CAPT. LATE IN 
THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES ATTACHED 
TO THE LIGHT BRIGADE UNDER THE COMMAND OF 
BRIGADIER GEN. T. CADWALLADER. 



Date of service— 26th Augt. 1814. 
When discharged — 3d Jan. 1815. 
To what time Paid— 25 Nov. 1814. 

Sergt. 
Josiah Randall, 

John Kensill. 

John Clayton. 
John P. Myers. 
John M. Snyder. 
Felix Labrouse. 

Corpl. 
Robert Mills. 
Joseph George. 
John Stephenson. 
George Huff. 
Andrew Wile. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



841 



Privates. 



William Abrams. 
Adam Apple. 
Jeremiah Bamford. 
Chalkley Baker. 
Luke Balf. 
Jacob A. Bender. 
William Bender. 
John W. Blair. 
Thomas Britton. 
John Brooks. 
John Buck. 
John Caner. 
Austin Cargill, 
Martin L. Casscy. 
Lyman Clark. 
Daniel Coleman. 
Jos. E. Collings. 
Samuel Cook. 
John Cluley, Jr. 
Thomas Cranmer. 
William Dell. 
William Dennison. 
John Dowling. 
John Eckfeldt. 
George Eicleburner. 
Jacob Teil. 
James C. Erwin. 
Frederick Erolman. 
Henry Plaghler. 
Joseph Folkrod. 
Isaac Foster. 
William Freymuth. 
Samuel A. Gardner. 
Solomon Gardner. 
William. Goldey, 
Joseph Groff. 
Isaac Green. 
William Groves. 
Morris Hansell. 
Peter H. Hansell 
Joseph Harberger. 
George HarL 
John Hay. 



Thomas Hemphill. 
John C. Herman. 
Charles B. Hoffner. 
Charles L. Honeker. 
John Johnston. 
George W. Jones. 
Benj. Johnston. 
George Kauck. 
William Keller. 
Charles Kurtz. 
Bob. B. Laidley. 
Henry Larer. 
Exlwerd Laskey. 
John Linker. 
Edwerd Lyman. 
WMlliam Lycett. 
Samuel McDonald. 
John McFall. 
John McKibbon. 
James Maul. 
Charles Mentz. 
Wm. Mesker. 
Henry Miller. 
Joseph F. Morehain. 
Stephen C. Purdey. 
John Reeves. 
Charles Reynolds. 
Aquilla Ridgeway. 
Michael Riter. 
William Riter. 
Geo. Rockinburgh. 
William Rodgers. 
John Ruddick. 
Henry Sailor. 
William Stratton. 
Jared Sample. 
J as. Evans. 
Gilford D. Saunders. 
John Seybert. 
Michael Simpson. 
Peter Smith. 
James Sost. 
John Snyder. 



842 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

George R. Taylor. George Wile. 

William Teil. Wm. C. Wile. 

Benjamin Thomas. Eli Wiley. 

Enoch Thomas. Alex. Williams. 

Wm. H. Tigner. Charles Williamson. 

Ed. R. Thomson. George Wimley. 

Thomas Tress. Stacy Wood. 

Elanthan Tyler. John White Eckfieldt. 

Wm. Vandever. John McKay. 

Wm. Wallace. George Harman. 
Musians. 

Joseph Wright. 
Michael Erode. 

We certify on honour that the above muster roll is correct 
and the remarks set opposite to the mens names is accurate 
and Just. 

JACOB CASH, JR., 
Capt. Junior Artillerists. 
ANDREW M. PREVOST, 

4th Coll. Voir. Arty. 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF ARTILLERY COMMANDED 
BY CAPTAIN JACOB CASH JR. OF THE 1ST REGIMENT 
OF VOL. ARTY. IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED 
STATES FOR THE MONTHS OF 



Commencement of service, or of this settlement— 26th Aug. 
1814. 

Expiration of service, or of this settlement — Jan. 3, 1815. 

Names. 

(In Alphabetical order.) 

Captain. 

' Jacob Cash, Jr. 

1 Lieut. 
Robert Cooper. 

2 Lieut. 
Henry Frick. 



WAR OF 1812-1314. 



843 



William Abrams. 
Adam Apple. 
Jeremiah Bamford. 
Chalkly Baker. 
Luke Balf. 
Jacob A. Bender. 
William Bender. 
John W. Blair. 



3 Lieut. 
William B. Guyer. 

1 Sergt. 
Josiah R. 

2 Sergt. 
John Kensell. 

3 Sergt. 

John Clayton. 

4 Sergt. 
John P. Meyers. 

5 Sergt. 
John M. Snyder. 

6 Sergt. 
Felix Labrouse. 

Qr. M. Sergt. 
Joseph B. Collins. 

1 Corpl. 
Robert Mills. 

2 Corpl. 
Joseph George. 

3 Corpl. 
John Stevenson. 

4 Corpl. 
George Huff. 

5 Corpl. 
Andrew Wile. 

Privates. 

Thomas Britton. 
John Brooks. 
John Buck. 
John Caner. 
Austin Cargall. 
Martin L. Cassey. 
Lyman Clark. 
Daniel Coleman. 



844 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Samuel Cook. 
John Cluley. 
Thos. Cranmer. 
William Dell. 
William Dennison. 
John Dowling. 
John Eckfeldt. 
Michael Eckfeldt. 
George Egleburner. 
Frederick Erdman. 
John C. Erwin. 
Joseph Evans. 
Henry Flagler. 
Joseph Folkrod. 
Isaac Forster. 

William Freymuth (commence- 
ment of service 10 Sept.) 
Samuel A. Gardner. 
Solomon Gardner. 
William Goldey. 
Joseph Graff. 
Jacob Green. 
William Groves. 
Morris Hansell. 
Peter Hansell. 
Jos. Harberger. 
George Harman. 
George Hart. 
John Hay. 
Thomas Hemphill. 
John C. Herman. 
Charles B. Hoffner. 
Charles S. Hunek^T, 
John Johnston. 
Benjamin Johnston. 
George W. Jones. 
George Kauck. 
William Keller, 
Charles Kurtz. 
Robert B. Laidley. 
Henry Larer. 
Edward Lackey. 
John Linker. 
Edward Lyman. 



William Lycett. 

Samuel McDonald. 

John McFall. 

John McKee. 

John McKibbon, 

James Maull. 

Charles Menk. 

William Meeker. 

William P. Mengle. 

Henry Miller. 

Joseph F. Morehain. 

Stephen C. Purdy. 

John Reeves. 

John Reynolds. 

Aquila Ridgeway. 

William Ritter. 

Michael Ryter. 

George Rockingburg. 

John Ruddick. 

William Rodgers. 

Henry Senior. 

Jared Semple. 

Guilford D. Saunders, died 21 

Dec. 1814. 
William Seybert. 
Michael Simpson. 
Peter Smith. 
James Sost. 
John Snyder. 
George R. Taylor. 
William Teil. 
Jacob Teil. 
Enoch Thomas. 
Benjamin Thomas. 
Edward R. Thompson. 
William H. Tigner. 
Thomas Tress. 
Elnathan Tyler. 
William Vandever. 
William Wallace. 
George Wile. 
William C. Wile. 
Eli Wiley. 
Alexander Williams. 



WAR OF 1S12-1SH. $45 

Charles Williamson. John White. 

George Wimley. Umensetter. 

Stacy Wood. 

Musician. 

Joseph Wright. 

Michael Erode, Promoted to be Drum major. 

George Battes. 

Waiter to Cap. 

Dr. Samuel. 
Waiter to Cap. 

I certify that this pay role is a true copy of the pay roll now 
in the possession of the 3 a Auditor at Wash, upon which the 
troops have been paid. 
Phila. 20 April 1S20. 

for Lt. M. Prevost .lunr. Pay m. 

ANDW. M. PREVOST. 



I Certify that this pay roll has been by me examined and 
compared with the the original muster rolls of said company 
now in my possession, and that the sums stated, amounting to 

Dollars, were due from the United States to Captain 

Company of the regiment of on the 

day 181—. Signed duplicates hereof. 

PAYMASTER. 

Pay. 

Retained Bounty. 
Clothing. 
Amount 



84G 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF VOLUNTEER ARTIL- 
LERY UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPT. SAML. C. 
LANDIS IN THE REGIMENT OF VOLUNTEER ARTIL- 
LERY IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES COM- 
MANDED BY COL. A. M. PREVOST FROM 

WHEN LAST MUSTERED TO JANY. 3D 1815. 



Commencement of 
service. 





Capt'n. 

2d Lieutn. 
3 Lieutn. 
1st Sergt. 

2 Sergt. 

3 Sergt. 

4 Sergt. 
.T Sergt. 
Quart, scrjt. 

1 Corioral. 

2 Corporal. 

3 Cujporal. 

4 Corporal. 
D Corporal. 
Drummer, 
lifer, 
private, 
private, 
private, 
private, 
pcivate. 
private, 
private, 
ririvate. 
private, 
private, 
private, 
private, 
private, 
private. 
priva,te. 
private, 
private, 
private, 
private. 

private, 
private, 
private, 
private, 
private, 
private, 
private, 
private. 












4. Wm W. Pidgeon 
































12. Daniel Clowges, Jun'r, 

13. Thos. Kidd, 




















18. Peter Bruster 




19. Daniel Buckius 




20. Richard Ball 








22. John H. Curtis 




23. Charles S. Clawges 

24. George Cress 








2G. Wm. R. Clawges 




27. Sam'l Chapin 




28. James N Chatten 








30. Richard T. Cock 




31. Samuel Carver 








33 Samuel Donnick 




34 John Defoe 




35 Edmond Dartnell 




36 Walter Ecford 








3S John P Fonde 








40. Lav.-rence Fit 1.1 

41. Jame.s Grebb'.e 








44. Henry Hitchcock 





WAR OF 1812-1814. 



847 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF VOLUNTEER ARTIL- 
LERY UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPT. SAML. C. 
LANDIS.— Continued. 




Commencement of 
. vice. 



ia. Joshua Hughs, 



47. George Hohnes, 

4S Matthias Hitchner 


private. 




private, 
private. 














54. George Maddock 

55 Wm Maliins 


privii?. 
private. 






piivit'^ 


5S. John G. Mellish 


irivatir. 
private, 
private, 
private, 
private, 
private. 


60 Thos Mcllvain 






63 Miles C Philips 










private, 
private. 






69. Francis Springer 


private, 
private, 
private, 
private, 
private, 
private, 
private, 
private, 
private 




72. Charles M. Shoemaker 








77 James A Toland 


78. Abiel Tuis 

79 John Tolbert 


private, 
private, 
private, 
private, 
private, 
private. 


80 Thomas Tulley 




<!2 Tohn Vandegrift 


83 Charles AValter 


84 Frazer Work 




private 


86 Fdward Winkler 


private, 
private. 


87. John lianp; 



nth Sepfr, 1S14. 



We Certify on lionour that this Muster Role exhibits the 
true State of the Company of Washington Artillery of the 



848 PENNSYLVx\NlA VOLUNTEERS. 

first Regt. Penna Artillery in the service of the U. States at 
the period of the last muster. 

SAML. C. LANDIS, 
Capt. in W. Artillery. 
A. M. PREVOST, 
Lt. Col Voir. Arty. Ser'ce U. S. 

We do certify on honor, that this Muster roll Exhibits a 
true State of the Washington Artillery Company of the 1 Reg- 
iment of Volunteer Artillery for the Period therein mentioned. 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF ARTILLERY UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF CAPT LANDIS OF THE FIRST REGIMENT 
OF VOL'R ARTILLERY IN THE SERVICE OF THE 
UNITED STATES, FROM THE 14TH SEPT. 1814 TO THE 
30TH JULY 1815. 



Commencement of service or of this settlement, for 
September 1814. 
Ending of pay for a.l 3 January 1815. 
Time paid for, for all 3 mouths 20 days. 



Names. 


Rank. 


Remarks. 












Nov. 14th, 1S14. 




2nd Lieut. 




I^ynch, Thos. 


2nd Lieut 


Promoted from a sergt., Oct 
14, 1S14. 


Pidgeon, Wm. W 


1st Sergt. 




Lopee, James 


2nd Sergt. 




Pidgeon, James A 


3rd Sergt. 




Crocket, Saml 


4th Sergt. 




Cowen, (Jacob, 


."ith Sergt. 




Berdeck, Lewis 


1st Corpl. 






2nd Corpl. 
3rd Corpl. 




Clauges, Danl., Jr 




Kidd, Thos 


4th Cnrpl. 




Cieary, WiHiam 


.-,th Corpl. 




Lippincott, Saml 


Drummer. 




Burt, Clement W 


Fifer. 




AvreH, Hiiam 


Private, 










Buckins, Danl 


Private. 




Ball, Richd. G 


Private. 




Burckhimer, Hy 


Private. 





WAU of 1812-1S14. 



849 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF ARTILLERY UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF CAPT LANDIS OF THE FIRST REGIMENT 
OF VOL'R ARTILLERY.— Continued. 



Curtis, John H 

Clavvjjes, Chas. S 

Cross, Georpre, 

Cannon, Danl. B 

Clawges, Wm. It 

Chapin, SamI 

Chatttii, Jas. N 

Clawges, Thos 

Cock, R. T 

Cawer, Saml 

Cornell, John 

IJonnick, Saml., 

Defoe, John 

Dartnell, E 

Eckford, Walter 

Emmerson, Erasmus, 

Fonde, John P., 

Ford, David 

Field, Lawrence 

Grebble, James, 

Hoffman. John 

Hall. Josh., 

Hufty, John, 

Hitchcock, Henry, .. 

Hughes, Joshua 

Holmes, George 

Harkins, John 

Hitchmer, Matliias, .. 

Jones, Chas. F 

Keloy, Jeremiah 

Lang, John 

Larkum, John 

Lewis, Benjn 

Mayhue, David 

Haddock, George 

Markins, Wm. S 

McLean, John 

McBwceny, Geo 

Mellish, John G 

McKean, Jarnes 

McIIwain, Thos 

Norwood, R 

l^hiles, Charles 

Phillii^s, Miles C 

Pidgeon, James 

Price, Solomon, 

Russell. Thos 

Rnbb, Chnrlos 




I'rivat.;. 
i^rivale. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Piivato. 
Private. 
Private, 
i'rivate. 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private. 
I'iivaU-. 
Private. 
I'rivate. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private. 
Private, 
Private. 
Private, 
Private. 
Private, 



Furlougli. 

discharged 16th Dec. ISli 



Furlough. 
Rick Absent. 

Absent without leave. 

Furlough. 

Absent without leave. 



54— Vol. VII— 6th Ser. 



850 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF ARTILLERY UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF CAPT LANDIS OF THE FIRST REGIMENT 
OF VOL'R ARTILLERY.— Continued. 



Names. 


Rank. 




Remarks. 




Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 

Private 

Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 


FurIoi.=;h. 




Springer, Franci.s 

Solomon, Steven A 




Shoemaker, Chas., 

Smitli Wm E 




Leyfert. Antliony, 

Stevenson, Robert 




Toland, Jas. A., 








Tulley, Thomas 

Thackera, Jas 

Vandergrift, John, 

Walter, Chas., 








Wenkler, Edwd 





I certify that this is a true copy of the Payrole of Capt. 
Landis Compy. now in the profession of the 3d auditor at 
Washington, upon which the troops have been paid, 
for Lt. M. Prevost, Jr. Paym'r. 

AND'W M. PREVOST. 



CAVALRY— 1812-14. 



MUSTER AND RECEIPT ROLLS— 1812-14. 



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CAPT. CHARLES ROSS COMPANY. 

\'*, e the subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the First Troop, City Cavalry, Light Brigade, Pennsylvania 
Volunteers Militia of the State of Pennsylvania, lately in the 
service of the United States, under the requisition of the 
President of the 4th of July, 1814 and subsequently thereto, 
do each of us hereby acknowledge, to have received severally 
from Daniel Bussier, Paymaster of the Militia, the sum an- 
nexed to our respective names additional pay allowed by act 
of Assembly in such case made and provided. 



John. R. C. Smith, ... 

Anthony Stocker, 

Thomas F. Learning, . 

Job Bacon 

Matthew McConnell, .. 

Henry Harrison 

Jehu R. Tunis 

John B. Simmons 

Jp.mes M. Bolton 

Clement L. Bready, .. 

William I. Brown 

John Y. Bryant 

William Craig 

Augustus Cushing, 

Edward Davis, 

Edward M. Donnaldson 
John Donnaldson, Jr., 

John Elfreth, 

William, W. Fisher, .. 

Charles P. Fox 

Joseph Gratz 

Nathan Hall 

Joshua Harlan, Jr., .. 

William H. Hart 

George W. Hugg 

John Inskeep, Jun., .. 

Samuel Jackson 

Samuel H. Jacobs 

Abraham Kintzing, .. 

Fred. V. Krug 

Lynford Lardner, 

William Lehman 

Warton Lewis 

Hugh P. Lloyd 

Matthew Matthews, 
George McCallmont, .. 
John McCrea 





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WAR OF 1812-1814. 861 

CAPT. CHARLES ROSS COMPANY— Continued. 



Henry McMurtrie, ... 

John \V. MoiToU 

Henry Nixon 

Charles Norris 

Charles Pettit 

Thomas Say 

William S. Simmons, 

Lawrence Sink 

Francis G. Smith, ... 

John C. Smith 

William H. Smith, .. 
George T. Stuchert, 
Thomas H. Taylor, . 

Moses Thomas 

Henry Toland, Jr., . 

Edward Twells 

Lewis C. Vanuxem, . 

John R. Warder, 

John Warner 

Robert Wharton 

William Whcl^n 

Henry Wilmer 

Henry Wikoff 

George Willing 

AVilliam Willing 

Francis Worley 

John Lamsback 





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actually the amount paid John 
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I certify that the Signatures to the within Receipt Roll 
which ai-e witnessed bj- John Donaldson Jun'r are the signa- 
tures of the non-commissioned officers, musicians & privates 
of the 1st Philadelphia City Troop of Cavalry. 

CHARLES ROSS, Capt 



S62 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

October 6, Jany. 10th, 1815. 

We the subscri-bers, non-commissioned oflBcers and privates 
of the Second Company Cavalry attached to the Brigade under 
Command of B. G. Cadwalader Militia of the State of Penn- 
sylvania, in the service of the United States, under the re- 
quisition of the President of the 4th of July 1814, and sub- 
sequent thereto, do eachr of us here acknowledge to have 
received severally from Daniel Bussier, paymaster of the 
Militia the sum of six dollars in advance, as part of our addi- 
tional pay allowed by act of Assembly, the said sum of six dol- 
lars being paid to each of us by order of his excellency the Gov- 
ernor under act of Assembly of February 22, 1814. The said 
troop being commanded by Capt. Wm. Rawle. 



Qr. M. Sergt. 
Henry Naglee. 

1st Sergt. 
E. Spencer Fullerton. 

2d Sergt. 
Miller Allen. 

3rd Sergt. 
Robert Erwine. 

4th Sergt. 
Benjamin Say. 

1st Corpl. 
John Watson. 

2d Corpl. 
John Potter. 

3rd Corpl. 

George L. Sickeld. 



WAR OF 1S12-1S14. 



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Conrad Worknot. 

Musician. 
Alder Christian. 



Privates. 



Allen, Samuel. 

Alemander, Sanil. 

Cjerly, John. 

Barry, Joseph. 

Chrystter, Jacob. 

Caldwell, James. 

Carlton, George. 
Callahan, Thomas, 
Corfield, Jesse. 
Fitter, Joseph. 
Gray, Robt. E. 
Gray, Joseph. 
Gilpin, John. 
Geisse, Philip. 
Humphries, John. 
Hancock, Robt. 
Ingersoll, Edwd. 



King, William. 

Kruoss, Christian. 

Kirkhauff, Henry. 

McKenzie, Richd. 

Milnor, Robt. 

Manover, Louis. 

Newlin, Thomas. 

Owen Thomas. 
Osburn, Jeremiah. 
Primrose, John. 
Rodgers, Evans. 
St. Clair, Wm. 
Sickell, Lawrence. 
White, Charles. 
White, Wm. 
Wolperd, Fredk. 



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Extract of a letter from Ja's Munroe Esq'r Secretary of War 
dated October 4lh 181t to his Excellency Governor Snyder 
"Twenty two hundred stands of arms have been sent from 
Harpers Ferry, and afterwards ordered to York, five thou- 
sand have been sent direct to York under the charge of Major 
Gordon, who has reported them to Genl. Bloomfield." Of the 
5000 stands of Arms sent as above, 3250 were forwarded to 
Philadelphia, and deposited in the State Arsenal where they 
now are, never having been taken out of the boxes, they are 
German Arms and of a peculiar construction. 

M. THOMAS, JR., 

Lt. U. S. A. 

U. S. Arsenal, Frankford August 1823. 



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GENERAL ORDERS. 

Harrisburg, 25th August, 1812. 

The President of the United States having, through the Sec- 
retary at War and General Dearborn, under date respectively 
of the 13th inst. required a detachment of 2000 Militia, to be 
marched with the least possible delay from the north-western 
parts of Pennsylvania to Buffalo, in the state of New York; 
duty and feeling direct a prompt compliance with a requisition 
giving scope for action to the patriotism evinced by that 
portion of our citizen soldiers who have volunteered their 
services under General Orders of the 12th of May last, in 
substitution of the draft required of the State. To obey this 
call in defence of rights sacred to freemen — to avenge the in- 
juries of the nation, and defend the cause of suffering 
humanity— the Volunteers of Pennsylvania will not hesitate 
a moment to meet the avowed enemy of those rights, not only 
within the bounds of the United States; but will, without those 
limits, with ardor seek, and with the determination character- 
istic of freemen, punish the unprovoked invaders of our rights 
and property. 

The Governor with pleasure embraces the present occasion 
to perpetuate the honorable fame acquired by those gallant 
sons of Pennsylvania who volunteered their services by naming 
the Commandants of those patriotic Corps and Companies, 
and the Division and Brigade to which they severally belong. 



Samuel Agnew, Captain Light Infantry 

Gawin Henry, Captain Paxton Rangers, 

Charles Glenn, Captain Light Infantry 

John Hublcy, Captain Rifle Company 

Henry Hoppenhefer, Captain Rifle Company 

John B. Moorhead, Captain Lisht Infantry 

George Taylor, Captain Riflemen 

Benjamin Leasher, Captain Riflemen, 

Peter Nungesser. Captain 

Wm. Mitchel, Captain Independent Blues 

James Humes. Captain Lancaster Phalanx 

Henry Jarrett, Captain Troop of Horse (Lower Nazareth), 

Joseph Klekner, Captain Rifle Company 

John McGerey, Captain Rifle Company, 

Daniel Weaver, Captain Light Infantry 



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PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Walter Lithgow, Captain Light Infantry 

David Alters, Captain Rifle Company 

James Scott, Captain Rifle Company 

James Turbit, Captain Light Infantry 

John Barrickman, Captain Rifle Company 

Moses Canan, Captain Light Infantry, 

Jacob Venderbelt, Captain Rifle Company, 

Lewis Rush, Commandant Philadelphia Legion 

David Duncan, Captain Troop of Horse 

Hugh Thompson, Troop of Horse 

Robert Lamberton, Captain Troop of Horse 

Wm. Alexander, Captain Light Infantry 

James Piper, Captain Light Infantry 

George Cover, Captain Rifle Company 

Samuel McKeehen, Captain Rifle Company 

Robert Mitchell, Captain Rifle Company 

Alex. Seawright, Captain Rifle Company, 

Daniel Moreland, Captain Rifle Company 

Roberts, Captain Rifle Company 

John Reigart, Captain Rifle Company, 

John Scroggs, Captain Rifle Company 

George Hendal, Captain Rifle Company 

James McDowell, Captain Rifle Company 

Jeremiah Snyder, Captain Light Infantry 

Michael Harper, Captain Light Infantry 

Andrew Oaks, Captain Rifle Company, 

Matthew Patton, Captain Troop of Horse 

Samuel Thomas, Captain Artillery 

John Smith, Commandant Philad. Reg't of Cavalry, 

Abraham Rinker, Commandant Rifle Company 

Abraham Gerfass, Commandant Rifle Company 

William Rush, Commandant Troop of Horse 

John Gaston, Commandant Rifle Company, 

Joseph Dean, Commandant Rifle Company, 

Isaac Blue, Commandant Rifle Company, 

George Eley, Commandant Light Infantry 

John Lots, Commandant Light Infantry 

William Youse, Commandant Rifle Company 

Martin Bucher, Commandant Rifle Company 

John Slaymaker, Commandant Rifle Company, 

James Ralston, Commandant Troop of Horse, 



For obvious reasons the Adjutant General has orders to 
designate for the service such of the Volunteers as can, with 
the least possible delay, be marched to the scene of action; 
and is charged with the organization of the detachment of 
2000 men, conformably to the following plan: — The detachment 
to constitute a Brigade to consist of four Regiments, and each 
Regiment to consist of two Battalions, to be arranged by the 
^Adjutant General at the place of rendezvous. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 903 

The general rendezvous will be at Meadville, to which place 
the Volunteers composing the detachment will march with the 
requisite expedition, so that they will be there on the 25th day 
of September next. By the 26th section of the general militia 
law, among other services by them to be performed, it is made 
the duty of the Brigade Inspector to march each with his 
proper detachment to the place of rendezvous. These officers 
are severally required and directed to provide subsistence and 
other necessary accommodations for the troops on their march, 
and exhibit detailed accounts for settlement and payment to 
the Accountant Officers of the Commonwealth. 

Apprised of the generally prevailing desire that those ap- 
pointed to command may be the choice of the commanded, 
the Governor, agreeably to the 10th section of a supplement to 
the militia law passed 26th March, 1808, and the 27th sectiot 
of the general militia law, authorises and directs the officers 
and privates of the_ detachment, on the day succeeding the 
25td day of September next, or those who shall have arrived, 
to elect, agreeably to the rules prescribed by the militia law, 
one Brigadier General; each Regiment to elect a Colonel Com- 
mandant; each Battalion one Major. The Brigadier General 
to appoint his own Brigade Major; the Field Officers of each 
Regiment shall appoint their respective regimental staffs. To 
expedite the expedition, in discharge of his duty the Adjutant 
General will attend and deliver to the officers elect their com- 
missions. 

SIMON S^IYDER. 
Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 
N. B. BOILEAU, 

Aid de Camp. 



Sir: You will immediately, on the receipt of the General 
Orders, communicate them to the Captains or commanding 
Officers of the Volunteer Companies within the bounds of your 
Brigade, viz. James Alexander fifty-three .Tohn Lochry 
six total one hundred and nineteen men including officers. 

And give every aid in your power to have the companies 
marched as expeditiously as possible to the place of rendezvous 
(Meadville) menttioned in General Orders. The troops will be 
supplied with rations, tents and other camp equipage, by the 
United States. Should there be any deficiency of arms in any 
of the Volunteer Companies, you will supply them out of any 
that may be in the bounds of your Brigade. If there cannot be 
a sufficient number found in that way, they will be furnished 



904 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

at the place of rendezvous. Every man will take care to supply 
himself with a blanket and knapsack. It is confidently ex- 
pected that the patriotism of the Volunteers is too sincere and 
ardent to permit them to make any objections to crossing the 
boundary line of the U. States; otherwise they will render no 
service to their Country. 

By order of the Governor. 

WM. REED, Adjt. Genl. 
To Robert Beatty, Esq., Brigade Inspector, 

2d Brigade 15t.h Division. 



GENERAL ORDERS. 

Harrisburg, September 5th, 1812. 

The recent disastrous events on the north-western frontiers 
of the United States, presencing imminent danger, impels the 
Executive of Pennsylvania, under requisition of the Con- 
stituted Authorities of the United States, to order out for the 
service of the Union a detachment of 2000 men, to be composed 
of the drafted militia and of flank companies and horse of the 
12th, 13th, 14th, 15th & 16th, divisions; each division to furnish 
a number, which, added to the volunters already in service 
under General Orders of the 25th ult. will be equal to its quota, 
as designated by the Adjutant General, under General Orders of 
the 12th May last. 

No return of drafts having been received by the Executive 
from the 2d brigade of the loth division, the Brigade Inspector 
thereof is directed to give immediate notice to three flank com- 
panies and three companies of horse, attached to his brigade, 
to march; and he is directed to march them to the place of 
rendezvous hereinafter mentioned. 

The Brigade Inspector of the 1st brigade of the 13th division 
is commanded to march the drafts from his brigade to the 
place of rendezvous. 

The Brigade Inspectors of the other divisions being now on 
their march, with their respective detachments, under General 
Orders of the 25th ult. the Brigadier Generals of the other 
divisions will appoint the senior officer of each regimental 
draft to give notice to the drafts, officers and privates within 
the bounds of their respective regiments to meet at some 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 905 

couvenieut place within the brigade; and after having mustered 
the respective detachments, the said Brigade Inspectors as 
aforesaid, and the said senior officers, shall march their re- 
spective detachments to Pittsburg, with the requisite despatch, 
so that they arrive at the said place of rendezvous on the second 
day of October next. On the next day thereafter, or as soon as 
a majority of the detachment shall have arrived, the officers 
and privates shall elect one Brigadier General to command 
the detachment, which is to constitute a brigade, and is to 
consist of, and be formed into four regiments, and each regi- 
ment to consist of two battalions. Each regiment to elect one 
Colonel Commandant, and each battalion one Major. 

Volunteers will be accepted in substitution of any draft or 
drafts. 

Subsistence and accommodations for the troop on their 
march to the place of rendezvous^- it is presumed will be 
furnished by the United States contractors. If no provision 
shall have been made by those contractors, the men will either 
supply themselves, or the several commandants on the march 
to the rendezvous will do it, and render their accounts as 
directed by General Orders of the 25th ult. 

The Brigadiers General, for ascertaining their respective 
drafts, are referred to a note accompanying this, containing so 
much as is necessary of the Adjutant General's detail, founded 
on returns to him from the respective Brigade Inspectors. 

The Adjutant General will attend at the place of rendezvous, 
and take the command of the detachment, until the officers 
are chosen. To them, respectively, that officer will deliver 
commissions; and will pay any expenses incident to the service 
that may not be provided for by the United States. At the 
place of rendezvous the detachment will be furnished with 
tents and other field equipage. 

Should there be any deficiency of arms, the said Brigade 
Inspectors and Brigadiers General will supply the respective 
detachments with any to be found within the bounds of their 
respective brigades. If there cannot be found a number 
sufficient, they will be furnished at the place of rendezvous. 
Every man will supply himself with a blanket and knapsack. 

The Brigadier General having assumed the command, will, 
with the least possible delay, march his detachment to, and 
join an army now assembling in the state of Ohio for defence 
of the western frontiers, unless otherwise ordered by the com- 
mander in chief of the United States' army. 

The Governor embraces the present opportunity of record- 



906 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

iiig the names of commanding officers of companies who have 
patriotically tendered their services, not included in General 
Orders of the 25th ult. 

Henry Shippen, Capt. company of Yagers, 1st brigade, 4th 
div. 

William Adams, Capt. Troop of Horse, 2d brigade, 6th div. 

Jacob U. Snyder, Capt. Troop of Horse, 2d brigade, 6th div. 

Robert McGuigan, Capt. Light Infantry, 2d brigade, 9th div. 

Isaac Vandevender, Capt. Rifle Company, 2d brigade, 11th div. 

And also to express his high sense of the valor of those 

patriotic citizens who voluntarily flocked to the standard of 

their country, on the north-western frontiers of the state, to 

arrest the progress of an invading foe. 

SIMON SNYDER. 
Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. 
N. B. BOILEAU, 
Aid-de-Camp. 



Extract from the Adjutant Generals return From the 2d 
Brigade 15th Division 245 di'afts including Officers. Of that 
number there are 129 Volunteers already marched. It will be 
understood and it is so directed, that if the proper Brigade 
Inspector can attend to the duties enjoined on the Brigadier 
General, and on senior Officers of Regimental detachments, 
these General Orders are in that case, considered as being 
directed to the Brigade Inspector of your Brigade. 

As soon as you have fixed the place of assembling the 

detachment in the of the brigade from whence they 

are to march to Pittsburg and their number you will please 
to Communicate the Same to one of the Contractors — Ebenezer 
Denny at Pittsburg for the West— Richard Parker at Carlisle 
for the East of the Allegheny Mountain. 

N. B. BOILEAU, 
Aid-de-Camp. 



GENERAL ORDERS. 

Pittsburgh, October 4, 1812. 

Pursuant to the general orders of the commander in chief 
of the Pennsylvania militia, the Adjutant General has organized 
the detachment, ordered to rendezvous at Pittsburgh on the 2d 
of October instant, into companies, battalions, and regiments, 
in the following manner. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 907 

No. I. 

First Brigade 13th Division. 

The companies commanded by captains John Hamilton, and 
Daniel McKown, consisting of sixty-nine privates, shall com- 
pose one company. 

The companies commanded by captains John Williamson, 
and Griffith Clark (deducting six from the former) then con- 
sisting of sixty-six privates, shall compose one company. 

The companies commanded by captains John Hill and 
William Craig, consisting of sixty-four privates shall compose 
one company. 

The companies commanded by captain Thomas S. Jack, and 
six deducted from captain Williamson's company, then con- 
sisting of sixty-four privates shall compose one company. 

And the four companies. 

Second Brigade 13th Division. 

The company commanded by captain Wadsworth (deducting 
thirteen) then consisting of sixty-four privates, shall compose 
one company. 

The company commanded by captain Peter Hertzog, with 
thirteen deducted from capt. Wadsworth's company, then con- 
sisting of sixty two privates, shall compose one company. 

The company commanded by captain Andrew Moore, con- 
sisting of seventy-five privates, shall compose one company. 

The company commanded by captain J. Whealy, consisting 
of sixty-seven privates, shall compose one company. 

The four companies so organized shall compose one battalion 
and the said two battalions from the first and second brigade 
13th Division, shall compose one regiment. To which shall be 
attached the cavalary commanded by captain J. Poorman, and 
those commanded by captain Rignel Brechar, consisting of 
forty-eight privates, and shall compose one troop. And the 
flank company (riflemen) commanded by captain T. McQuade, 
of twenty-five privates, being a lieutenant's command, shall be 
attached to the first mentioned battalion. 

The flank company (riflemen) commanded by captain Peter 
Yeager, consisting of thirty-four privates, shall compose one 
company, and shall be attached to the second battalion, in the 
said regiment. 

No. II. 

First Brigade 14th Division. 
The companies commanded by lieut. White, and capt. Ander- 



908 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

son, with seven, to be deducted from the company commanded 
by capt. C. M. Fell, second brigade 14th division then consisting 
of sixty-two privates, shall compose one company. 

The companies commanded by lieut. Donaldson, and capt. J. 
Gable, of the second brigade 14th division, consisting of sixty- 
five privates shall compose one company. 

Second Brigade 14th Division. 

The companies commanded by captains Wm. Harper and C. 
M. Fell (seven being deducted from the latter) then consisting 
of sixty-four privates, shall compose one company. 

The company commanded by captain John Brown, consisting 
of eighty-four privates, shall compose one company. 

And the four companies of the 1st and 2nd brigade, 14th 
division, so organized, shall compose one battalion. 

First Brigade 15th Division. 

The companies commanded by captains Dickson and Feree 
(deducting six from capt. Dickson's company) then consisting 
of seventy privates, shall compose one company. 

The company commanded by captain Johnson, with six 
deducted from capt. Dickson's company, then consisting of 
sixty-six privates, shall compose one company. 

The companies commanded by captains Coffman and Berick- 
man, consisting of sixty-nine privates, shall compose one 
company. 

Second Brigade, 15th Division. 

The companies commanded by captains Guthrie and Wallace, 
consisting of eighty-one privates, shall compose one company. 

The four companies of the first and second brigades, 15th 
division, so organized, shall compose one regiment — to which 
shall be attached the cavalary commanded by captains Seely 
and Allen, consisting of sixty-seven privates, who shall compose 
one troop. 

No. III. 

First and Second Brigades, 12th Division. 

The companies commanded by captains Frederick Hoff, and 
William Crawford, consisting of sixty-six privates, shall com- 
pose one company. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 909 

Second IJrigade, IGth Division. 

The company commanded by captain Matthew Johnston, with 
twelve deducted from the company commanded by lieutenant 
Hays, then consisting of sixty privates, shall compose one 
company. 

The company commanded by lieutenant Hays (twelve being 
deducted) then consisting of thirty-seven privates shall com- 
pose a lieutenant's commanded. The companies thus organized 
from the first and second Brigades twelfth Division, and from 
the second Brigade 16th Division, shall be attached to the com- 
panies of the first Brigade of the 16th Division, when they shall 
have arrived in camp, and been organized into companies 
agreeable to law, and the whole shall compose one battalion. 
To which shall be attached a flank company (riflemen) com- 
manded by captain N. Beckworth, from first Brigade twelfth 
Division, consisting of thirty-three privates. 

When it is directed that parts of companies shall be attached 
to other companies for the purpose of organizing them agree- 
able to law, it is ordered that the numbers to be detached, be 
taken from the last names upon the rolls of the respective 
companies, from which the deduction is to be made. 

The detachment being thus organized into regiments and 
battalions, the officers and privates are to elect one Brigadier 
General to command the detachment; the officers and privates 
of each regiment to elect one colonel commandant; and each 
battalion to elect one major, except in cases, where there is 
from cue Brigade a major's command; there a major desig- 
nated by the Brigadier General, agreeable to the act of assem- 
bly, claiming his right of command, shall not be refused. It 
is expected, that a major's command will be furnished from 
the first Brigade, 16th Division. Therefore, no major will be 
elected in the battalion of which that composes a part, until 
they shall have arrived in camp. The elections shall com- 
merce on Monday the 5th inst. at nine o'clock A. M. in camp, 
at such places as the Brigade Inspectors appointed to superin- 
tend the elections shall direct. The election to be conducted 
according to the rules prescribed by the militia law. Major 
Armstrong is appointed to superintend the elections for Briga- 
dier .General, in regiment No. 1; Major Dunlap, in regiment 
No. 2; and Major Powers in regiment No. 3. As soon as the 
election shall have closed, the said Brigade Inspectors are to 
make report thereof to the Adjutant General. Major Armstrong 
and Major Dunlap will then proceed, and hold elections in 
the said regiments for one colonel commandant respectively; 



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and make report thereof to the Adjutant General. And if it 
tihall be found necessary to hold elections for majors, in all or 
any of the said battalions, Major Armstrong is appointed for 
the one first mentioned in the regiment No. 1; major Springer 
is for the other in the same regiment; major Dunlap for the 
first mentioned in regiment No. 2; major Cochran for the other 
in the same regiment. Other Brigade Inspectors and senior 
officers, leading detachments, are required to be present, and 
give their aid in conducting the several elections. When re- 
turns are made of the officers elect, commissions will immedi- 
ately be issued. 

WM. REED, 
Adjutant General. 



GENERAL ORDERS. 

Headquarters Erie August 6th 1813. 

The Major General Orders the troops now under his command 
at this station to be organized into one Regiment to consist of 
twelve companies, to be formed in the several Regiments 
agreeably to the following detail. 



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The 1st, 3, 5, 7 Companies shall form one Company to be 
commanded by Capt. .John Fetterman of the 5th Company a 
Lieut, from the 2nd Company, and Ensign Smell of the 4th 
Company. 

The 2, 4, 6 & 8th Companies shall form one company to be 
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The 1, 2, 3 & Sth Company shall form one Company to be 
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tenant Scott of the 4th Company, and Ensign McCormack of 
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The 1, 3, 7 & Sth Companies shall form one Company to ho 
commanded by Capt. Saml. Christy of the 3rd Company, Lieut. 
Gibson of the 4th Company and Ensign Richardson of the 2ud 
Company. 

The 2, 4, 5 & 6th Com.panies shall form one Company to be 
commanded by Capt. Rea of the fourth company. The Lieut, 
of the third Company and Ensign Cannon of the 1st Company. 



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The 1, 3, 5, & 7th Companies shall form one Company to be 
Commanded by Capt. Mason of the 1st Company, Lieutenant 
Kean of the 2nd Company, and Ensign Scontin of the 4th Com- 
pany. 

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ran's Company of Volunteers, shall form one Company to be 
Commanded by Capt. Atkinson of the 3rd Company, Lieu- 
tenant Davis of the 4th Company and Ensign Thompson of the 
2nd Company. 



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Clenahan of the 4th Company. 



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put under his Command to Capt. Foot who will take Com- 
mand of them. 

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the Command of Capt. Foot of the 1st Company, Lieutenant 
Hay of the 2nd Company, and Ensign Sturgeon of the 4th 
Company. 

58— Vol. VII— 6th Ser. 



914 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



AGGREGATE AMOUNT OF THE RESPECTIVE REGI- 
MENTS. 



132nd Regiment U4 

135th Reg-irnent ■ ISS 

137th Regiment ! 150 

136th Regiment | 93 



17th Regiment, 
134th Regiment, 
133rd Regiment, 

Grand Tota 



Aggregate Amount of the Respective Regiments. 

Lt. Colonel Samuel Dale, shall take command of tH? Regi- 
ment, Major James Gault of the 135th Regiment and Major 
Charles Martin of the 136th are selected as Majors who as well 
as all other officers bearing the same Denomination of rank 
in the Regiment, shall ascertain their rank by lot to be ascer- 
tained in the presence of the Lieut. Colonel Commandant. 
The Colonel shall appoint his own staff. 

The General directs the officer of the day and Brigade Ad- 
jutant, to be Vigilent in carrying the above organization into 
affect. The Regiment s6 organized will parade this afternoon 
at two o'clock with its right opposite Mr. Brown's, Stono 
House, and all the Commissioned and non-commissioned 
officers who by the above order are not retained in service 
will parade under the command of the officer of the day at 
four o'clock this afternoon with their right opposite Major 
Moor's House where the General intends to give them an 
honorable discharge until which time all the supernumerary 
officers will use their utmost viligence in carryin the afore- 
said organization into effect, should and of the Gentlemen 
offlcerf included in this organization not be present or unfit 
for duty Volunteer officers of the grade will be accepted. 

D. MEAD, Mej. 



Meadville, 15th Sept., 1813. 
Hon'd Sir: 

On the late call of Militia we had a much greater proportion 
of Officers than privates so that the expence will be enlarged 
considerable as early as circumstances would admit I had 



WAR OF 1S12-1814. 9l5 

ordered the Organization of one full Regiment so as to dis- 
charge all the supernumery Officers, the Plan of Organization 
I have forwaixied by Majr. Hurst for your Excellency's in- 
spection. 

But immediatly when the fears or Doubts of our Fleets were 
removed by their geting over the Bar we thought best to dis- 
charge the whole. 

I am with much respect 

Your Humble Servant, 

DAVID MEAD. 
The Governor. 



General Orders, 
Headquarters, 
Kennets Square, 14th Sept. 1814. 

Brigadier General Cadwalader this day assumes command of 
the Troops at this Encampment and of the Volunteers & 
Drafts of Militia detached for the service of the United States 
in requnition Lieut. Col. Clemson is relieved in Command 
accordiuly will take Charge of the detachment of Regulars & 
march them to the Cross Roads. 

The troops will be kept in readiness to move at a moment's 
warning & in case they should be called to oppose the Enemy 
all superfluous baggage will be abandoned. No wagons will 
be permitted to accompany the column, but such as may be 
necessary for the transportation of Amunition. The officers & 
men must depend solely on their Knapsacks and Haversacks 
& will be supplied by the Contractor with 4 days rations in 
advance. 

The 8 Companies of Volunteer Infantry will be'formed into a 
Regiment — the Members of the different companies therefore 
will immediately by Ballot elect one Colonel, one Lieut. Colonel 
& two Majors who will be recognized in order & take Command 
in their Regiment for the present tour of duty, or until an 
election can be regularly held as by Law directed. 

The 2 Artillery Companies of Volunteers & such other Volun- 
teer artillery as may reach camp to-morrow in like manner to 
appoint by Ballot one Major Commandant who will be re- 
cognized in Orders & take command in his Battalion as afore- 
said. The Volunteer Cavalry Riflemen & the detached Militia 
under Lieut. Col. Berry will be reporte<l for the present in 
detachments to the Acting Adjt. General who will direct the 



91& PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

details. The foregoing corps of Volunteers & Militia will 
form a Brigade. Major Charles W. Hunter is hereby Appointed 
to Act as Adjutant General till further Orders. John Hare 
Powel Esqr. is appointed Brigade Major. 

Richard McCall Esq'r Aid de Camp & Sergt. Major Biddle 
extra aid de camp each of whom will be obeyed and respected 
accordingly. 

signed, 

THOS. CADWALADER, 
Brig'r Gen'l 1st Brig'e, 1st Div. P. M. Commanding volunteer 
& Drafts in Service U. S. 



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A RETURN OF THE TWO DETACHMENTS OF PENNSYL- 
VANIA MILITIA IN THE SERVICE OF THE U. STATES 
BY THE COMMANDERS OF EACH, MADE ON THE 30TH 
DAY OP OCTOBER, 1812. 

To W'm Reed Adjt. Genl. P. M. 



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Brigade Forage Master. 

Adjutants. 

Qrs. Masters. 

Qr. Master Sergeants. 

Sergeant Major. 

SurgeonF. 

Surgeon Males. 

Pay Masters. 

Fife Major. 

Drum Major. 

Lieut. Col. 

Majors. 

Captains, 

Lleuts. 

Ensigns. 

Sergeants. 

Corporals. 

Musicians. 

Privates. 

Grand Total. 

Total in Service. 



•Chaplain. 

To his Excellency Simon Snyder Governor of Pennsylvania 
and Commander in Chief of the Militia thereof. 
Respectfully submits, 

WM. REED, G. 



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Remarks. 


Pay Roll, Com. of service 21st Aug., 1814, to IC 
Oct., 1814. 

2nd Oct., 1812— 2nd April, 1813. 
2nd Oct., 1812- 2nd April, 1813. 

24th July, 1813— 3rd August, 1813, Being part of a 
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Mead. 

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2nd Oct., 1812-15th Ap'l, 18,13. 

Every man on Roll .served six Months & over. 

Oct. 2nd, 1812— March 9, 1813. 

Oct. 2nd, 1812- April 16, 181.3. 

Oct. 2nd, 1812-April 17, 1812. 


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Received March 19, 1817, of James Madison Porter, Regi- 
mental Paymaster, two hundred thirty-six Dollars and thirty- 
eight cents in full of the Balance of pay, subsistence, forage 
and clothing during the period and on the account above stated. 

RICH. PETERS, In. 

Received Philada., Sept. 1, 1815 of James M. Porter, Regi- 
mental paymaster. Six hundred Seven dollars and eighty Two 
cents, on account of my pay, subsistence, forage and clothing 
due from the United States, as Major of the Detachment, 
Drafted Pennsa. Militia in Brigd. Genl. Cadwalader's Light 
Brigade. 

Duplicates — 

JACOB VOGDES. 
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