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146 ECONOMY AND EFFICIENCY. [Jan. 



PUBLISHED RECORDS OF THE MASSACHUSETTS MILITIA 
WHO SERVED IN THE WAR OF 1812-14. 

On April 27, 1914, the commission submitted to the Governor 
a preliminary draft of a report on the work of the Adjutant- 
General's office in connection with the compilation and publica- 
tion of the records of the Massachusetts militia who served in 
the war of 1812-14. An investigation of this work was under- 
taken as a result of charges made to the Commission on Econ- 
omy and Efficiency by a private citizen of the Commonwealth, 
who questioned the legality of expenditures made for the compila- 
tion and publication of the records. Questions were also raised 
as to whether the cost of the work was excessive and whether a 
compilation of the records was actually made in accordance with 
the provisions of the law authorizing the work. With regard to 
the legality of expenditures, the Auditor held that the payments 
in question were legally made. The nature and reliability of the 
published records and the cost of the work were discussed fully 
in the preliminary report submitted to the Governor in .\pril, 
and are briefly considered here. Material collected during this 
investigation, including correspondence with former State offi- 
cials, copies of old letters found in the military archives, memo- 
randa relative to old records, stenographic reports of interviews, 
etc., are on file in this office. 

The publication of the records of the militia was advocated 
by the Massachusetts Society of the War of 1812, members of 
which petitioned the Legislature of 1911 for such publication. 
The committee on military affairs reported against the bill 
mainly because no one could inform them concerning the probable 
cost of the publication. In 1912 a similar petition was filed and 
upon advices received from the Adjutant-General that the 
probable cost of such work would not exceed $6,500 the Legis- 
lature authorized the publication. The estimate submitted by 
the Adjutant-General was made for him by the custodian of the 
military archives, whose statement to the Adjutant-General was 
in part as follows: — 

As a matter of sentiment, permit me to say that in 1912 legislation 
should be had for the publishing of the records of the war of 1812, and 
completed in 1914, as the service performed by the Massachusetts troops 
was in 1814. If no extra lielp was employed, the work could be done 
outside of office hours by two indexing clerks and myself, three in all, 
at such compensation as you might recommend. I should therefore 



191.-1.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 96. 147 

judge tliiit .$3,000 was ample in addition to the $3,500, ' — total of $6,500, 
— but should extra help be employed, the cost woidd naturally he more, 
double if not triple. 

This haphazard estimate, that .$3,000 in the way of additional 
compensation for the custodian and the two clerks in his office 
"was ample in addition to the $3,500" estimated printing cost, 
was the basis for the authorization of the work. The compila- 
tion of the records was authorized by chapter 81 of the Resolves 
of 1912, which reads as follows: — 

Resolved, That the adjutant general i.s autliorized and directed to pre- 
pare a compilation of the records of the militia who responded to the call 
of the governor of the commonwealth to repel a threatened invasion 
during the war of eighteen hundred and twelve, as the same are found 
in the archives in the office of the adjutant general. The said work shall 
Ije done solely under the direction of tlie adjutant general and shall be 
completed within one year after the passage of this resolve. 

Under the provisions of chapter 71S of the Acts of 1912 the 
sum of $6,500 was appropriated "for the publication of certain 
state military records of the war of eighteen hundred and twelve, 
as authorized by chapter eighty-one of the resolves of the present 
year," although in fact no specific authorization for publication 
was given in the resolve. 

The legislation authorized a compilation of the records, "as 
the same are found in the archives in the office of the adjutant 
general." For historical purposes the records remaining in the 
archives are of doubtful value, since nearly all original records 
were sent to Washington in 1823 as vouchers for payments made 
by the Federal government. If this fact had been properly 
called to the attention of the committee on military affairs it is 
the belief of this commission that no legislation authorizing the 
publication of the records in the archives would have been 
enacted. Although the committee on military affairs was given 
seme information concerning the records in the archives division, 
it is understood that no emphasis was laid upon the fact that 
the records were neither original records nor certified copies of 
the original. 

The records in the archives division consist of a volume and 
inde.\ known as the "Rolls of the Massachusetts Militia in the 
War of 18^2-14," and a volume containing "Additional Rolls of 

* For printing. 



148 ECONOMY AND EFFICIENCY. [Jan. 

Troops in Service, 1812-14." In 1878 an appropriation not 
exceeding $1,000 was made (under the provisions of chapter 283 
of the acts) for obtaining these rolls. They were purchased in 
the same year for the sum of $1,000 from one Damon E. Cheney 
of Orange, Mass., who was an agent of the Pension Bureau. In 
1882 the sum of $200 was paid Z. K. Harmon for work done in 
connection with these records. In the published work contain- 
ing these records the name of Z. K. Harmon appears as compiler. 
These rolls were made from certain documents in Washington, 
but whether they were made from originals, or whether they 
were complete, or whether the Harmon copy was correct, could 
not be determined by the Adjutant-General in 1913. The Adju- 
tant-General first took steps to ascertain what the records con- 
sisted of, and also to determine their authenticity in March, 
1913, when he directed a letter to Gen. A. Hun Berry, who was 
Adjutant-General of Massachusetts in 1881, but he was able to 
furnish only meager information. The Adjutant-General should 
have made careful inquiry into the reliability of the records 
before the work was started, and his failure to take action until 
March, 1913 — subsequent to the completion of the compila- 
tion — is the strongest criticism of the laxity characterizing the 
conduct of the work. Prior to the commencement of the work 
the custodian had informed the Adjutant-General as to the nature 
of the records in the military archives. 

The Adjutant-General has claimed that the publication is a 
compilation of the records, " as the same are found in the 
archives." This is largely true, but such a claim does not alter 
the fact that the compilation is unreliable from a historical 
standpoint. Moreover, in answer to a letter from the Adjutant- 
General, the War Department wrote, on Feb. 3, 1914, that 
" nothing is known in this office with regard to the book in 
question,' nor as to the source from which the data in it were 
obtained. The only way in which it could be determined whether 
or not the compilation is authentic would be to compare the 
entries in the book, name by name, with the official records." 

The published report is but a copy of the "Harmon book" 
slightly rearranged, with the addition of a very small amount of 
material taken from other papers in the archives division, and 
may be correctly described as merely a new edition of that 
compilation. No person can be found who will vouch for the 
authenticity of the publication. 

1 " Harmon book." 



1915.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 96. 149 

The three clerks working on the compilation received a total 
of 12,785.20 as compensation, the custodian receiving $1,266 
and the two clerks $759.60 each. Payments were not made to 
the clerks periodically during the progress of the work, but a 
single bill covering the total amount claimed for each clerk was 
submitted and settled in lump-sum payments upon completion 
of the work. These amounts were paid as extra compensation, 
on the assumption that the work was performed outside of 
office hours. No record of the time spent on the work was kept, 
the custodian simply checking off dates on an old calendar on 
his desk. The bills for services of the three clerks were sub- 
mitted for eight hundred and forty-four hours each, which the 
custodian claimed was much less than the actual work time, 
although the watchmen's records of time of departure from the 
State House, as kept in the sergeant-at-arm's office, show only 
about four hundred and fifty hours. No reports of time con- 
sumed, expense or progress of work were made by the custodian 
to the Adjutant-General during the work, none being required. 

With reference to the compensation to be paid the clerks, the 
Adjutant-General at first believed that a sum equal to the annual 
salary of the clerks engaged upon the work should be paid, but 
the appropriation would not allow of this, so the clerks were 
paid for eight hundred and forty-four hours at a rate double 
their regular compensation, giving the custodian $1.50 an hour 
and each of the two clerks 90 cents an hour. 

The commission believes that a daily record .should have been 
kept by these three clerks showing the actual time employed on 
this work and the amount of work accomplished, and that re- 
ports based on this record should have been submitted at stated 
periods to the Adjutant-General. The method of determining 
the rate of compensation was arbitrary, since neither the nature 
nor quantity of the work was considered, but merely the amount 
of the appropriation which might be used for this purpose. It 
is the opinion of the commission that the work would have 
been accomplished in much less time and with better results if 
clerks had been employed exclusively on this work during regu- 
lar office hours and under competent supervision. 

In conclusion, the commission is of the opinion that the pub- 
lished records are of doubtful value, and that the cost of com- 
pilation was grosslj' excessive. Responsibility foi the proper 
conduct of the work rested upon the then Adjutant-General as 
head of the office, while immediate charge of the work was in- 



150 ECONOMY AND EFFICIENCY. [Jan. 

trusted to the custodian of the mihtary archives. Both officials 
appear to be open to criticism in connection with this work. 
No recommendation for action appears to be indicated, in view 
of the fact that the official then serving as Adjutant-General no 
longer holds that position, and in view of the further fact that 
the retirement of the custodian of the military archives has 
been recommended in a report on the "Business Administration 
of the Militia," submitted to the Governor by this commission. 
The custodian's part in the compilation and publication of the 
records of the militia in the war of 1812-14 shows most em- 
phatically the urgency ol his early retirement from the State 
service. 



REPORT ON ALLEGED IMPROPER SELLING METHODS 
USED BY THE MASSACHUSETTS COMMISSION FOR THE 

BLIND. 

Oct. 19, 1914. 

His Excellency the Govenwr and the Executive Council. 

Sirs: — Action was taken before the Commission on Economy 
and Efficiency initially on June 26, 1914, in form of protest and 
petition instituted by Joseph L. Cohen of New York, alleging, 
in general, unfair methods of business administration main- 
tained by the Massachusetts Commission for the Blind in the 
distribution and sale of a so-called commodity, known as the 
"Wundermop." In particular, it was alleged that methods now 
maintained by the Commission for the Blind in the distribution 
and sale of the mop in New York City, and in territory outside 
of Massachusetts, constitute a monopoly and are in restraint of 
trade. It was further alleged that refusal of the commission to 
sell the Wundermop to a resident of Massachusetts (the Tate 
Manufacturing Company) constitutes a discrimination which is, 
in substance, a violation of the Massachusetts statutes affecting 
such commission. Subsequent to date above mentioned confer- 
ences were held in the office of this commission with Simon 
Cohen of counsel for petitioner, and with Chairman ]Munroe of 
the Commission for the Blind. 

Under date of Aug. 26, 1914, Joseph L. Cohen, hereinafter 
known as the petitioner, through counsel, formally requested a 
public hearing upon matters set forth in protest and petition. 
This request was honored on Sept. 3, 1914, when there were 
present at such hearing several parties in interest to the contro- 



1915.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — Xo. 96. 151 

versy. Subsequent to the hearing, and under date of Septem- 
ber S, counsel for petitioner filed with this commission requests 
for findings of fact, and such were taken under advisement. 

The undisputed facts appear to be as follows: during the 
latter part of the year 1908 the Commission for the Blind, acting 
through its distributing agent, George S. Mansfield, efl'ected a 
sample order sale of Wunderniops with the Board of Education 
of the city of New York. Subsequent to this transaction, and 
upon receipt of several telegraphic orders for quantities of such 
mops, the commission, through its agent, IMr. Mansfield, made 
an oral agreement with Samuel Lewis of New York City, from 
whom the first telegraphic order was received. Mr. Lewis is a 
dealer in janitor and hospital supplies in the city of New York, 
and conducts an extensive business in New York City and con- 
tiguous territory. By the provisions of the agreement made be- 
tween the Commission for the Blind and Mr. Lewis, the latter 
was to act as the exclusive agent for the commission in the dis- 
tribution of Wunderniops in the city of New York, and in terri- 
tories outside of Massachusetts not otherwise covered by exclu- 
sive agencies. Sales of the Wundermop subsequently increased 
in material manner through the activities of Mr. Lewis, and 
through the energy, as well, of a selling agent in his employ, one 
Joseph L. Cohen of New York, otherwise known as petitioner 
in the matter now before the commission. 

It was understood between the Commission for the Blind and 
Mr. Lewis, and made a part of the agreement between the 
parties, that said Lewis should use his discretion in the matter 
of sales of the mop, and that he might sell or refuse to sell to 
such parties as he saw fit. It is also a fact that in eft'ecting 
sales of the Wundermop to parties in the city of New York and 
elsewhere, Mr. Lewis established certain restrictions which were 
drastic, and which eliminated the possibility of sales to dealers 
competing with I\Ir. Lewis in the sale of the Wundermop. 

In the latter part of the year 1911 petitioner left the employ of 
iMr. Lewis, subsequently engaging himself in the business of pro- 
viding janitor, hotel and hospital supplies, and constituting 
himself sole proprietor of the Standard Supply Company, so 
called, of New York City. By the nature of the business insti- 
tuted by petitioner, he became, theoretically, an active competi- 
tor with Samuel Lewis in the sale and distribution of the Wunder- 
mop. It appears that at no time has Mr. Lewis sold any of the 
^^ undermops to petitioner, and it is also evident that no pro- 



152 ECONOMY AND EFFICIENCY. [Jan. 

posals made by petitioner for the purcha*se of such mops have 
ever been favorably considered by said Lewis. Unable to pur- 
chase mops from Mr. Lewis, and obtaining limited quantities of 
the commodity through third parties, petitioner endeavored to 
purchase direct from the commission in Boston, and indirectly 
from said commission through the Tate Manufacturing Companj^ 
a Boston concern. Both attempts were unsuccessful. Offers for 
the purchase of quantities of mops made by petitioner to the 
Commission for the Blind were refused upon the ground that 
petitioner, a resident of New York City, should purchase through 
the commission's agent, Mr. Lewis of New York. Offers of 
purchase made by the Tate Manufacturing Company were 
acceptable to the commission, but when inquiry was made by 
that body as to the ultimate destination of mops, and such not 
forthcoming from the Tate Manufacturing Company, the offer 
by this concern was refused. This refusal was based upon the 
peculiar knowledge of the commission that the Tate Manufactur- 
ing Company was to all intents and purposes an agent of peti- 
tioner. Refusal of the commission to sell to the Tate Manu- 
facturing Company in this instance was, as stated by ofHcials of 
the commission, based entirely upon the aim of the commission 
to protect its selling agent, Mr. Lewis, in territory assigned to 
him. 

It appears that a marked feeling of unfriendliness has existed 
between Mr. Lewis and the petitioner, and this condition has 
apparently accentuated a situation otherwise possible of allevia- 
tion. It further appears that a mop, in all but one essential 
identical with the patented Wundermop article, and manu- 
factured by M. J. Tuohy of Fall River, has been for some time 
placed on the market through the activities of Barnett, Brown 
& Co. of New York City. It appears that the petitioner has 
been engaged in the sale of this infringing mop, and that this 
fact may have affected materially the success of the Wundermop 
in New York City and in other territories assigned to Samuel 
Lewis. 

Upon request of petitioner the Commission for the Blind enter- 
tained a proposal for the purchase of Wundermops from said 
petitioner, and upon request received from him an offer of approx- 
imately 5 gross per month. This oft'er the commission refused to 
accept for the following reasons: first, because the amount offered 
by petitioner was less than that at present taken by Samuel 
Lewis, who now purchases a quantity approximating 30 gross 



1915.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 96. 153 

per month; and second, because the business status of petitioner 
in New York City was not one which could favorably compare 
with said Lewis, since the latter had, by virtue of time and 
acquaintance, acquired entree into many of the city and State 
institutions, and for this reason was able to dispose of a contin- 
ually increasing quantity of mops. It further appeared that 
petitioner had, upon several occasions, offered the Wundermop 
at a so-called "cut-rate price," and that by his activities in the 
sale of the so-called Brabro mop he had affiliated himself, to a 
marked degree, with parties apparently infringing upon the 
patented rights of the Wundermop. It was also stated by the 
Commission for the Blind that the element of advertising such 
mops instituted by said Lewis, and made possible by virtue of 
the exclusive agreement with Lewis, established an important 
consideration in the present and future sales of such commodity. 
The Commission for the Blind stated that its relation with 
Samuel Lewis as exclusive selling agent of the Wundermop in 
territories assigned to him was not irrevocable, and that upon 
receipt of a better business proposition than that now existing 
between the commission and said Lewis, the former would readily 
enter into negotiations with any reliable party other than its 
present agent, Mr. Lewis. 



The Massachusetts Commission for the Blind was established 
by chapter 385 of the Acts of 1906. The general scope and pur- 
pose of this State agency are concerned with study of conditions 
among the blind with a view to betterment and alleviation, and 
among other matters it is specifically provided, b^^ section 4 of 
chapter 385 of the Acts of 1906, that with the approval of the 
Governor and Council said commission may "establish, equip 
and maintain one or more schools for industrial training and 
workshops for the employment of the blind persons, may pay to 
employees suitable wages, and may devise means for the sale 
and distribution of the products of such schools and workshops." 

By virtue of authority granted in this section the commission 
has established several workshops throughout the Commonwealth, 
and one in particular in the city of Cambridge, where there is 
manufactured at the present time a certain commodity known as 
the Wundermop. This mop is an article of patented nature in- 
vented by Frederick W. Pendergast of Cambridge, a blind man, 
and registered in his name in the United States Patent Office. 



154 ECONOMY AND EFFICIENCY. [Jan. 

Under an agreement made on the first day of June, 1910, between 
said Pendergast and the Massachusetts Association for Promoting 
the Interest of the Adult Blind, such patent rights as were 
granted by the United States government to said Pendergast 
were, for a consideration, assigned to the association herein- 
before mentioned. In substance, this association is a holding 
company, and the patented rights acquired by said Pendergast 
are now enjoyed by the Massachusetts Commission for the Blind. 
(See agreement to this effect on page 157, Appendix I.) 

The Massachusetts Commission for the Blind is a State insti- 
tution supported in substantial manner by appropriations from 
the Legislature. Such governmental institution is, therefore, in 
reference to the taxpayers of the Commonwealth, analogous to a 
public service corporation, in that it must serve all the residents 
of the Commonwealth in like manner and without discrimination. 
This conclusion, it would appear in the premises, is obvious. 
Exclusive arrangements, therefore, with sellmg agents within the 
confines of the Commonwealth would appear to be out of the 
cjuestion for such State institution. Massachusetts statutes in 
reference to monopoly (see R. L., cliap. 5(i, sect. 1; chap. 469, 
Acts of 1907; chap. 558, Acts of 190S; chap. 503, Acts of 1911) 
do not appear to cover such governmental institutions as the 
Massachusetts Commission for the Blind, nor is such commis- 
sion by law required to request competitive bids for the purchase 
of raw material or sale of any products manufactured in its 
workshop. Beyond the confines of the Commonwealth, however, 
the statutes al)ove quoted do not extend, and the status of the 
commission is, in the large, analogous to that of a private indi- 
vidual when dealing with residents of States other than of 
Massachusetts. Its rights, therefore, to make exclusive arrange- 
ments with the residents of other States for the sale and distribu- 
tion of goods manufactured by the commission is in no manner 
controverted by law. When doing business, therefore, in a 
foreign State, and when considered in the large as of the status 
of an individual concern, the commission could well act within 
its legal rights in effecting an exclusive agency with Samuel Lewis, 
since the contract was not illegal by the Ii'x loci contractus. 
Agreements between principal and agent or seller and buyer, 
that an agent or buyer shall have exclusive territory within which 
to operate or resell, are not within statutes against combinations 
when properly construed in accordance with common-law prin. 



1915.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 96, 155 

ciples. (Cf. 27, Cyc. 900. See also the case of Houck i'. Wright, 
77 Miss., Reports 476. The latter case is to be found on page 
158, Appendi.x II.) 

A patent right and a sale of goods thus protected constitutes 
by its very nature a monopoly, and is attended with certain 
legitimate restrictions not otherwise obtainable in the sale of 
nonprotected commodities. Nowhere at common law can there 
be found a prohibition against the creation of monopoly by 
an individual. (See dictum of the court, Justice White, in the 
case of the Standard Oil Company of New York, rt al., v. the 
United States, 31 United States Supreme Court Reports 502, 
page 621.) It would appear, therefore, that neither by statute 
nor by common law has the arrangement made by the Commis- 
sion for the Blind with ]Mr. Lewis of New York operated to an 
illegal end. It is also e^•ident that the refusal of the commission 
to sell to the petitioner through the Tate Manufacturing Com- 
pany as an agent was in accordance with law and sound judg- 
ment, and could not be held equivalent to a discrimination in 
the matter of sales to residents of the Commonwealth. This is 
so because of the peculiar knowledge which in this instance the 
Massachusetts Commission for the Blind had in this, that the 
Tate Manufacturing Company was in substance an agent of the 
petitioner, and that, therefore, the sales made to such company 
were in substance sales made to petitioner, and likewise a viola- 
tion of the agreement made by the commission with Samuel 
Lewis of New York. That the commission could exercise the 
utmost prudence in the sale of its patented commodity is clearly 
an incontrovertible truism. 

The commission is of the opinion, therefore, that no illegality 
has attended any of the transactions of the Commission for the 
Blind in this Commonwealth or any other State where such 
commodity has been sold. The problem, therefore, that presents 
itself for consideration is one which deals with the wisdom of 
present arrangements, and is, therefore, based upon policy rather 
than upon an infringement of the law. It appears obvious that 
the aim of the Massachusetts Commission for the Blind is to 
procure, in so far as possible, the largest possible amount of 
work for its unfortunate employees, and this purpose it has effected 
outside the confines of the Commonwealth by the arrangement 
made with Mr. Lewis already discussed in this report. To dis- 
continue this arrangement would be to install a general system 



156 ECONOMY AND EFFICIENCY. [Jan. 

of distribution in foreign States, which, it might be argued, 
would reduce the price of the commodity and increase competi- 
tion. 

That the present arrangement with Mr. Lewis has been pro- 
ductive of good can be understood by tlie fact that in the last 
five years the total sales of the Wundermop have approximated 
$146,088, of which amount Mr. Lewis is accredited with sales 
amounting to $51,178, or approximately 35 per cent, of the total 
output of the shop. No other arrangement for the sale and 
distribution of the mop outside of Massachusetts than that 
effected with Mr. Lewis has ever been made. The arrangement 
now in vogue has been productive of good for the blind em- 
ployees of the commission, and has been continued as a proper 
policy by the Massachusetts Commission for the Blind with the 
evident sanction of the Governor and Council, as provided by 
section 4 of chapter 385 of the Acts of the year 1906. 

Aside from the merits of the controversy between the Com- 
mission for the Blind and the petitioner, it might well be ques- 
tioned if another and better system of distribution could not be 
instituted in New York City and other territories which would 
argue for a greater output of the Wundermop. Exclusive rights 
granted to agents in selected territories should not be accom- 
panied by the bestowal of such powers upon these agents as to 
make it possible for them to refuse arbitrarily' the sale of any 
commodity intrusted to their care. It would seem that an 
arrangement might be devised whereby said Lewis could well 
retain the exclusive rights granted to him and yet be directed 
to sell to all, competitors or otherwise, when such parties were 
in good faith. Violations of such good faith by parties pur- 
chasing from Lewis could be effectively penalized by the refusal 
of offers for continued supplies of the Wundermop. It is, how- 
ever, in the large, a cjuestion of policy. It would appear that 
well-established commercial usage has not been considered the 
best policy in the contract existing between the Commission for 
the Blind and Mr. Lewis; yet it might be well considered in 
attempting an equitable solution of the problem. This usage, 
it is submitted, might argue for a check of the arbitrary powers 
now enjoyed by Samuel Lewis in the disposition and sale of the 
Wundermop. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Commission on Economy and Efficiency. 



1915.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 96. 157 



Appendix I. 

Agreement between the Massachusetts Association for Promot- 
ing THE Interests of the Adult Blind and Frederick W. 
Pendergast. 

.Agreement made this first day of June, 1910, by and between the 
Massachusetts Association for Promoting the Interests of the Adult 
Blind, hereinafter referred to as the association, party of the first part, 
and Frederick W. Pendergast of Cambridge, in tlie County of Middlesex 
and Commonwealtli of Massachusetts, party of the second part. 

Witnesselh, That whereas the said Pendergast has invented an improve- 
ment in mop-heads and procured a patent thereon, being numbered 
909,449 in the Patent Office of the United States of America; and 

Whereas, the said Pendergast has assigned to the said association his 
entire right, title and interest in and to the said invention and Letters 
Patent, and any re-issue, renewal or extension thereof, and 

Whereas, the said Pendergast in assigning said interest, and tlie said 
Association in accepting the same, had in view certain benefits to accrue 
to the said Frederick W. Pendergast. 

Now, therefore, the said parties, the Association acting for itself, its 
successors and assigns, the said Pendergast for himself, his executors, 
administrators and assigns, have agreed as follows: 

1. The said Association sliall manufacture and sell, and may license 
others to manufacture and sell, mop-heads, embodying said invention, 
to the end of the term for which said Letters Patent were granted, and 
shall use reasonable diligence in creating and supplying a demand for 
said mop-lieads. 

2. The said Association agrees to pay the said Frederick W. Pendergast 
and his legal representatives a license fee or royalty of ten (10) cents per 
dozen mop-heads for every dozen manufactured and sold each year by 
the Association or under licenses granted by it up to and including an 
amount of fifteen hundred (1,500) dozens; for each five hundred (500) 
dozens of mop-heads manufactured and sold each year after said amount 
of fifteen hundred (1,500) dozens the Association agrees to pay at a smaller 
rate diminishing by one (1) cent per dozen for each succeeding five hun- 
dred (500) dozens until the rate shall become five (5) cents a dozen; so 
that the said Association agrees to pay for every dozen manufactured and 
sold each year between fifteen hundred (1,500) and two thousand (2,000) 
dozens at the rate of nine (9) cents per dozen, between two thousand 
(2,000) and twenty-five hundred (2,500) dozens at the rate of eight (8) 
cents per dozen, between twenty-five hundred (2,500) and three thousand 
(3,000) dozens at tlie rate of seven (7) cents per dozen, between three 
tliousand (3,000) and thirty-five hundred (3,500) dozens at the rate of 
six (6) cents per dozen, between thirty-five hundred (3,500) and four 
thousand (4,000) dozens at the rate of five (5) cents per dozen, and for 
each dozen manufactured and sold thereafter by the Association or ibs 



lr>8 ECONOMY AND EFFICIENCY. [Jan. 

licensees as aforesaid, the Association agrees to pay at the said rate of 
five (5) cents per dozen; said royalty to be paid on the first business days 
of June, September, December and March of each year during tlie term 
of tliis agreement. 

3. If in any calendar year during tlie term for whicli said Letters 
Patent were granted the Association fails to pay to the said FredericTv 
W. Pendergast at least one hundred and twenty (120) dollars, or if the 
Association fails to make payment of the royalty as herein provided for 
thirty .days after the days herein named, the said Fredericlc W. Pendergast 
may terminate the relations between them created by this agreement 
by serving a written notice upon the Association, and the Association 
agrees, on receiving such notice, to assign to the said Frederick W. Pender- 
gast all its riglrt, title and interest in the said invention in mop-heads, 
and the Letters Patent issued therefor, but the said Association shall 
not thereby be discharged from any liability to the said Frederick W. 
Pendergast for any royalties due at the time of the service of such notice. 

4. At any time the Association may terminate the relations created 
by this instrument by assigning to the said Frederick W. Pendergast its 
entire right, title and interest in the said invention and in the said Letters 
Patent. 

In iritness whereof the said Association, by its Treasurer, and tlic said 
Frederick W. Pendergast have liereunto set their liands and seals the day 
first above written. 

Massachusetts Association for Promoting the 
Interests op the Adult Bund, 
(Signed) By Mary Morton Kehew, Treasurer, 

Frederick W. (X) Pendergast, 
(His Mark) 

(Signed) Lucy Wright. 



Appendix II. 

HoucK V. Wright, 77 Miss. Reports 476. 
Vose & Sons were manufacturers of pianos at Boston, Massachusetts; 
Houck & Co. were dealers in musical instruments at Memphis, Tennessee. 
The manufacturers agreed with the Memphis dealers that the latter 
should have, to the exclusion of all others, the right to sell pianos of tlie 
former's manufacture in certain territory contiguous to Mempliis, in 
Arkansas, West Tennessee, and North Mississippi, including Lefore 
County in this state. Houck & Co., tlirough a traveling salesman, re-- 
ceived a written contract or order for a piano of Vose & Sons' manufacture 
from Wright, at Greenwood, in said county, by the terms of which tlie 
same was to be shipped to Greenwood and .|100 of its price was to be paid 
upon delivery. The piano was so shipped and tendered to AVright, but 



1915.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 96. 159 

he refused to receive it. This suit was begun by Houek & Co. to recover 
under contract made witli Wright. 

After hearing lengthy arguments by opposing counsel the court (per 
Terral, J.) held as follows : 

If the contract between Vose & Sons of Boston, and Houck & Co. of 
Memphis, were, for any cause, illegal, such illegality could not affect the 
contract between Houck & Co. and C. E. Wright because it is collateral 
to it. 2 Beach Mod. Law of Contracts, sec. 1589. 

But the arrangement between Vose & Sons and Houek & Co. is en- 
tirely legal. It does not operate to suppress competition, nor to regulate 
the production or sale of any commodity. As said by counsel of appellant, 
its purpose is to facilitate and advance the sale of pianos. It is Vose 
& Sons regulating their own business, endeavoring thereby to sell as 
many pianos as possible, and on the best terms for themselves and their 
customers. Instead of having an agency in every county in North 
Mississippi, wliicli might be burdensome, or perhaps ruinous to their 
business, they have an agent in a trade centre, Memphis, where they think 
they can conduct their business to advantage; and the Memphis agent 
Co^nvasses the territory assigned to them, for the sale of their pianos, 
and when one is ordered they become responsible for the price of it. 

The Memphis house could not afford to take an agency, and send out 
canvassers for the sale of the pianosi, if they were to be met everywhere 
by other agents of Vose & Sons engaged in competition with them in the 
same business, and ao the arrangement they make is mutually advanta- 
geous to both parties, and gives equal opportunities for all persons to pur- 
chase Vose & Sons pianos, and upon the most reasonable terms. 

The legislature, by the chapter on trusts and combines, did not intend 
to debar a person from conducting his own private business according 
to his own judgment. Indeed there is no law, federal or state, that re- 
quires a person to sell his goods, against his will, to any other person, or to 
send agents abroad to seek business, or even to compel him to employ agents 
inthe conduct of his business. These are matters of private judgment and 
discretion, which belong to every citizen by the laws of nature; they are 
rights inlaerent in every freeman, which no human law can rightly super- 
sede or impair. 

Thrj plaintiff below by his evidence before the court entitled himself 
to a judgment, and the contentions of the defendant are without merit. 



UST. RCF. 



160 



ECONOMY AND EFFICIENCY. 



[Jan. 







Appendix III. 






 


Price List. — Wunckrmops mid Handles. 






Jobbers. 


Dealers and 
Stores. 


Retail. 




Gross. ' 


Dozen. 


Gross. 


Dozen. 


Gross. 


Dozen. 


No. 12 commercial, 


$23 00 


$2 00 


$25 60 


$2 25 


$2 50 


$0 25 


No. 14 commercial, 




25 50 


2 25 


. 28 50 


2 50 


2 75 


30 


No. 16 commercial. 




28 00 


2 50 


31 00 


2 75 


3 00 


35 


No. 20 commercial, 




34 00 


3 00 


37 00 


3 25 


3 50 


45 


No. 10 domestic, 




23 00 


2 00 


25 60 


2 25 


2 50 


25 


No. 12 domestic. 




25 50 


2 25 


28 50 


2 50 


2 75 


30 


No. 14 domestic, 




28 00 


2 50 


31 00 


2 75 


3 00 


35 


No. 18 domestic. 




31 00 


2 75 


34 00 


3 00 


3 25 


40 


48-inch plain handles. 




12 00 


1 00 


15 00 


1 25 


1 75 


20 


.D-i-inch plain handles, 




16 20 


1 35 


19 20 


1 60 


2 10 


25 


Red poUshed handles, . 


24 00 


2 00 


27 00 


2 25 


2 75 


35 


1 Price for gross lots represents approximately the actual cost of manufacture. 


Prices above quoted are f. o. b. Boston. 




REPORT ON NUMBER OF ALIEN IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED 


TO STATE INSTITUTIONS WITHIN THREE YEARS OF 


THEIR ENTR 


A 


NCE » 


rTO TH 


E UNII 


'ED STATES. 





Nov. 25, 1914. 

To His Excellency David I. Walsh, Governor, State House, Boston. 

Dear Sir: — In compliance with your request for an inves- 
tigation by this commission relative to the number of alien 
immigrants in the charitable, insane and penal institutions of 
the State who were less than three years in the country at the 
time of their admittance to such institutions, we beg to submit 
the following report: — 

1. In practically every institution inmates were found who 
had been in .the country less than three years at the time of 
their commitment. 

2. At the institutions no definite information is available as tn 
tlie number of these deportable aliens, as no official record is 
kept of the date of landing, name of ship, etc. The method 
pursued at the State Infirmary at Tewksbury for obtaining 
information for this report was as follows: the superintendent of 
the infirmary was interviewed, and from such records as he had 
and by personal interviews with the inmates, 114 inmates were 
found in the institution, all of whom had been in the country less 
than three years and many less than one year at the time they 



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NOTE. 

This volume has been designated the " Massachusetts Volun- 
teer Mihtia in the War of 1812." This was done in error, 
because by law the active militia of Massachusetts at the pres- 
ent day is so designated. During the War of 1812-14 the 
mihtia was simply called "Massachusetts Militia," and it should 
have been so termed in this volume. 



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V 



Resolves of 1912, Chapter 81. 

Resolve to provide for Publication of Certain State Mili- 
tary PtECORDS OF THE WaR OF EIGHTEEN HuNDRED AND 

Twelve. 

Resolved, That the adjutant general is authorized and directed to 
prepare a compilation of the records of the militia who responded to 
the call of the governor of the commonwealth to repel a threatened 
invasion during the war of eighteen hundred and twelve, as the same 
are found in the archives in the office of the adjutant general. The 
said work shall be done solely under the direction of the adjutant 
general and shall be completed within one year after the passage of 
this resolve. [Approved April 27, 1912. 







®l)c ^Hommontocaltl) of iltassacliueetts. 



The Adjutant General's Office, State House, Boston, April 5, 1913. 

Brig. Genl. Gardner W. Pearson, The Adjutant General of Massachusetts. 

General : — In accordance with the foregoing resolve I received instructions 
to plan and compile, in proper form for publication, the records of the Massa- 
chusetts Volunteer Militia who responded to the call of the Governor of Massa- 
chusetts to suppress a threatened invasion during the War of 1812-14. 

In the early part of May, 1912, I submitted for your approval the plan that 
was to be adopted in completing the work, and received final instructions to com- 
mence. The work being especially of a laborious kind, with your consent I called 
to my assistance Mrs. Ruth M. Bruce, clerk for the Service Schools, M. V. M., 
and Miss Mabel L. Cook, clerk in the indexing division of the archives of this 
office. The work during the whole year was done entirely outside of office hours, 
for the reason that the numerous interruptions that fall to my lot in my duties 
made it absolutely essential that correctness could only be assured in that way. 
No attempt has been made to make records or correct them, such as spelling, etc., 
except in cases where the ink is fading and the names are almost obliterated ; then 
efforts were made to supply the missing letters in accordance with what the names 
might have been; for example, the name Abbott, Abott, Abbot; the same with 
Barrett, Barret, Barett; also Clap, Clapp; Prescott, Prescot, etc. 

The sources from which the records were obtained are unknown to this office 
other than that they were furnished during the term of office of Gen. A. Hun 
Berry, Adjutant General of Massachusetts in 1881, and accepted by him as com- 
ing from "reliable sources," the party furnishing them being Mr. Z. K. Harmon 
of Portland, Me. 

Annexed will be found extracts pertaining to the actions of the British along 
the Massachusetts coast, from B. J. Lossing's "Pictorial Field Book of the War 
of 1812," pages 888 to 904; Williamson's "History of Maine;" Wheeler's "Cas- 
tine. Past and Present;" Akin's "History of Halifax City," and Murdoch's "His- 
tory of Nova Scotia." 

Respectfully, 

JOHN BAKER, 

Custodian of Military Archives. 



Historical Narrative. 



"New England experienced ver\- little actual war within its borders, yet it felt its pressure 
heavily in the paralysis of its peculiar industries, the continual drain upon its wealth of men 
and money, and the wasting excitement caused by constantly impending menaces and a sense of 
insecurity. From the spring of 1813, until the close of the contest, British squadrons were hovering 
along our coasts, and threatening the destruction of our maritime cities and villages. The year 
1814 was a specially trying one for New England. The British government had determined and 
prepared at the beginning of that year, to make the campaign a vigorous, sharp and decisive one 
on land and sea. 

"Early in June the enemy commenced depredations on the coasts of Massachusetts. On 
the 13th a detachment of two hundred men in six barges, were sent from the SUPERB and 
NIMROD, then lying in Buzzard's Bay, to destroy the shipping at Wareham. The elevated 
rocky neck at the mouth of the Narrows concealed the approach of the barges, and the inhabitants 
were taken by surprise. The enemy fired a ship, brig, and several smaller vessels. The ship was 
partially saved, and so also was a cotton factory, which was set on fire by a congreve rocket. The 
estimated value of the loss was $40,000. Quite a number of the leading inhabitants were seized 
and carried away as hostages, so as to prevent the militia from firing on the barges. These were 
released when the barges arrived at their vessels. Similar destruction was inflicted at Scituate, 
and at Orleans. Sometimes the militia would meet the marauders and drive them away. At 
Orleans a sharp skirmish between the barges and the militia took place, wherein the enemy lost 
one killed and two wounded, besides nine taken prisoners at Yarmouth, where they had drifted 
on shore in a schooner laden with salt, which they had captured at Orleans. 

"On the 16th of June the BULWARK, 74, Captain Milne, carrying about ninety guns, 
anchored off the mouth of Saco River, in Maine, and her commander sent one hundred and fifty 
armed men, in five large boats to destroy property on the Neck belonging to Captain Thomas 
Cutts. That gentleman met them with a white flag, and proposed a money commutation. The 
matter was referred to Captain Milne, who soon afterward came ashore in his gig. He assured 
Cutts that he had positive orders to destroy, and could not spare. The torch was then applied, 
and two vessels (one finished, the other on the stocks), valued at $15,000, were destroyed, and 
another one taken away, which the owner afterward ransomed for $6,000. They also plundered 
Mr. Cutts' store of goods to the amount of $2,000. 

"At about the same time the NIMROD and LA HOGUE were blockading New Bedford 
and Fair Haven. Other places were menaced and some were attacked. 

" Early on the morning of September 8th, the barges from the LEANDER, Sir George Coflier, 
landefl some seventy men at Sandy Baj- in Gloucester; a dense fog favoring them, the sentinel on 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



the small fort was surprised, before an alarm could be given; they took the officer and ten privates 
of Capt. Haskell's company, prisoners, spiked the guns, set the guard-house on fire, and retreated 
to their boats. Meantime the alarm bell was rung, and the militia assembled, but not in time or 
sufficient numbers to obstruct their retreat. One of the barges after hauling off, commenced a 
fire on the houses, and more particularly at the meeting-house bell which was ringing, in order, as 
the officer said with an oath, 'to stop that church music'; the recoil of the gun caused the barge 
to spring a leak, and those who were in her were obliged to swim ashore, and by this means five 
of the privates who were taken in the fort were re-captured, and thirteen of the enemy were taken 
prisoners. 

"As late as December 27th, 1814, the British brig NIMROD, Capt. , sixteen 

guns, came to anchor in Falmouth harbor, and sent a boat on shore with a flag of truce and a 
message to the officers of the town, demanding the field-pieces belonging to the Artillery Company, 
and, in case of refusal, threatening to fire upon the town. This was considered a mere ruse, to 
first get possession of their onh' means of defence, and then to land and help themselves to such 
supplies as they might want, and then plunder and destroy as they had done at other places, when 
once in their power. It is reported that the town officers called in Capt. Weston Jenkins, of the 
Artillery Company, and referred the message from the NIMROD to him for an answer; who at 
once told the messenger to inform his captain ' that if he wanted his field-pieces, to come and get 
them '. This was construed by the officers of the NIMROD as a challenge, who at once sent word 
that at 10 A.M. next day, they should bombard the towia. Of course this caused great consterna- 
tion among the inhabitants, who at once set about removing themselves and property to a place 
of safety. In the meantime Col. David Nye issued his orders calling out the militia of the town, 
and also a portion from Sandwich and Barnstable, who, during the night and early morning 
entrenched and posted themselves in such a manner as to prevent the enemy from landing, if such 
was his purpose. Promptly at the hour specified, the NIMROD opened fire upon the little town, 
and blazed away for two hours, but made no attempt to land; then quietly leaving the harbor, 
sailed for Halifax, no doubt with a parting blessing from the inhabitants, uttered at least from some 
of them in anything but a devotional spirit. 

" Many of the dwellings and other buildings were badly riddled, and other property destroyed, 
which was the extent of the damage. 

"A more serious invasion of the New England coast now occurred. Early in July, 1814, 
Sir Thomas M. Hardy sailed secretly from Halifax, with a formidable force for land and sea service. 
His squadron consisted of the RAMILLIES, seventy-four guns (his flagship), the sloop MARTIN, 
brig BOXER, the BREAME, the bomb-ship TERROR, and several transports with troops, under 
Col. Thomas Pilkington. Commodore Hardy came charged with a part of the duty enjoined in 
the terrible order of Admiral Cochrane, 'TO DESTROY THE COAST TOWNS AND SHIP- 
PING, AND RAVAGE THE COUNTRY.' This squadron entered Passamaquoddy Bay on the 
nth, and anchored oft' Fort Sullivan, at Eastport, which was then in command of Major Perley 
Putnam, (of the 4()th U. S. Infantry) of Salem, with a garrison of fifty men and six pieces of artil- 
ler\-. The Commodore demanded an instant surrender of the post, gi^•ing the commander only 



HISTORICAL NARRATIVE. XI 



five minutes for consideration. Putnam promptly refused compliance, but on account of the 
vehement importunities of the alarmed inhabitants who were indisposed to resist, he yielded his 
own judgment and ga^e up the post, on condition that while the British should take possession 
of all public property, private property should be respected. WTien this agreement was signed, a 
thousand men with women and children, a battalion of artillery, and fifty or sixty pieces of can- 
non were landed on the main, and formal possession was taken of the fort, the town of Eastport, 
and all the islands and villages in and around Passamaquoddy Bay. Declaration was made that 
these were in permanent possession of the British, and the inhabitants were called upon to take 
an oath of allegiance to the Crown, or leave the territory. The custom house was taken posses- 
sion of and opened under British officials, who vainly endeavored to compel the collector to sign 
unfinished treasury notes to the value of $9,000. He refused, saying, 'Hanging would not compel 
him'. Trade was resumed, the fortifications around Eastport were completed, and sixty pieces 
of cannon were mounted, and an arsenal established. Several vessels, and goods valued at three 
hundred thousand dollars, accumulated there to be smuggled into the United States, were made 
prizes of by the British, who held quiet possession of that region until the close of the war. 

" Having established British rule at Eastport, and left eight hundred troops to hold the con- 
quered region. Hardy sailed westward with his squadron, spreading alarm along the coast. Prep- 
arations for his reception were made everywhere, ^'igilant eyes were watching and strong arms 
waiting for the appearance of the foe. The forts at Bath, Portland, and Portsmouth were manned. 
Little Fort Lilly, at Gloucester, was armed. Fort Pickering, near Salem, and Fort Sewall at Marble- 
head, were strengthened and garrisoned; Fort Warren, on Governor's Island, and Fort Independ- 
ence, in Boston harbor, were put in readiness for action, and well garrisoned by Massachusetts 
Militia. 

" An attack upon the important City of Boston was confidently expected ; it was the capital 
of New England, and the moral effect of its capture would be great. It was a place for the con- 
struction of American war vessels, which the enemy feared more than armies. On this account 
also its capture or destruction was desirable. It was also a wealthy towni, and offered a rich har- 
vest for plunderers. It was well known too that it was almost defenseless. Caleb Strong, then 
Governor, was, it was well known, intensely opposed to the war; and it was not until after all her 
territory east of the Penobscot river in the District of Maine, (then a part of IMassachusetts,) was 
in possession of the enemy, that any energetic measures were taken for its defense. Then a public 
meeting was called to consider the matter, and a committee consisting of Harrison Gray Otis, and 
others, was appointed to wait on the Governor, and present to him an address on the defenseless 
state of the city. The Governor listened to this appeal, and at once instituted measures for the 
defense of the whole line of the coast of the State, and of the District of Maine. A heavy fort was 
at once commenced on Noddle's Island, (now East Boston,) under the supervision of Major Loammi 
Baldwin as chief engineer; a call was made for volunteers to work on the fortification, and the 
response was patriotic; large numbers of the citizens of all classes and trades might be seen day 
after day toiling like common laborers. 

With pickaxe, shovel, spade, crow-bar, hoe, and barrow. 



xii MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1S12. 

"The towns of Concord and Lincoln sent in two hundred men in one day, and thus the work 
went bravely on and was completed and formally christened October 20, and named Fort Strong, 
in honor of the Governor. "Water batteries were erected, and also on Forts Warren and Inde- 
pendence, and supplied with furnaces for heating shot. Fortifications were also erected at South 
Boston Point, and on Savin Hill. As a matter of precaution, to prevent the enemy's approach to 
the city in case he succeeded in passing the forts, vessels were purchased and made ready to be 
sunk in the channel, and providing all other means failed to prevent his approach by land, the 
bridges leading to the towns, Chelsea, Charlestowii, Brighton and Cambridge, were placed under 
the care of two discreet men, each having fifty or sixty axe-men under them, who were as a last 
resort to destroy a portion of each bridge. 

"On the 6th of September, Governor Strong had issued his orders for the whole of the State 
Militia of all arms, to be in readiness to march to Boston at a moment's notice, and on the same 
day some four thousand troops from the several divisions, consisting of Infantry, Artillery, and Rifle- 
men were ordered to march at once for Boston. These troops began to gather September 8th, 
and were properly officered and formed into regiments and placed imder the supervision of Major 
General Joseph Whiton. By the middle of September there were some five thousand State troops 
of all arms in service at Boston and on the forts and batteries in the harbor and vicinity, and all 
were retained in service until the middle of November. 

" Hardy's easy conquest at Eastport and its vicinity encouraged the British to attempt the 
seizure of the whole country lying between Passamaquoddy Bay and the Penobscot River. For 
this purpose a British fleet consisting of the BULWARK, DRAGON, and SPENCER, seventy- 
four guns each, the frigates BACCHANTE and TENEDOS, sloops-of-war SYLPH and PERU- 
VIAN, and schooner PICTOLT, with ten transports sailed from Halifax on the 26th of August, 
1814. The British troops consisted of the first company of Royal Artillery; two rifle companies 
of the 7th battalion of the Sixtieth Regiment; detachments from the Twenty-ninth, Sixty-second, 
and Ninety-eighth Regiments — the whole divided into two brigades, under command of General 
Sir John C. Sherbrooke, Governor of Nova Scotia, assisted by Major-general Gerard Gosselin and 
Colonel Douglass. The fleet was in command of Rear Admiral Edward Griffith. It was the inten- 
tion of Sherbrooke and Griffith to stop and take possession of Machias, but learning that the Ignited 
States corvette, JOHN ADAMS, twenty-four guns, Capt. Charles Morris, had gone up the Penob- 
scot, they hastened to the mouth of that river to blockade her. Passing up the Green Island 
channel they arrived in the fine harbor of Castine on the morning of the first of September. Lieu- 
tenant Lewis, of the LTnited States army, with about forty men, was occupying a half-moon redoubt, 
armed with four twenty-four pounders and two field-pieces. Lieutenant Colonel Nichols, of the 
Royal Engineers, sent a summons to Lewis at sunrise to surrender. Lewis saw that resistance 
would be vain, so he resolved to flee. He gave the enemy a volley from his twenty-four pounders 
as a parting salute, then spiked them, blew up the redoubt, and with the field-pieces he and the 
garrison fled over the high peninsula to its neck, and escaped up the Penobscot. Colonel Douglass 
immediately landed from the fleet with a detachment of Royal Artillery and two companies of 



HISTORICAL NARRATIVE. XUl 



riflemen and took quiet possession of Castine, and with tliat the control of Penobscot Bay. The 
number of troops landed was about six hvmdred. 

"As soon as a landing had been completed, it was made knowii to Sherbrooke that the 
ADAMS had gone up the river, and lie and Griffith immediately detached a land and naval force 
to seize and destroy that vessel, and treat the inhabitants of the towns on the Penobscot as cir- 
cumstances might seem to require. The expedition consisted of the SYLPH and PERUVIAN, 
a small schooner as a tender, the transport brig HARMONY, and nine launches, commanded by 
Capt. Robert Barrie, of the Royal Navy, who acted as Commodore. ' In the midst of the rapine 
a committee Avaited on Barrie, and told him that the people expected at his hands the common 
safeguards of humanity, if nothing more, when the brutal officer replied, " I have none for you. 
INIy business is to burn, sink and destroy. Your town is taken by storm, and by the rules of war 
we ought both to lay your village in ashes and put its inhabitants to the sword. But I will spare 
your lives, though I don't mean to spare your houses." ' — WILLIAMSON'S HISTORY OF 
MAINE, ii., (i4(j. The land forces, seven hundred strong, were under the command of Lieut. 
Col. Henry John, assisted by Major Riddle. The expedition sailed in the afternoon of the day of 
the arri\-al at Castine (Sept. first),' and passing Bucksport at twilight, anchored for the night. 
There was no disposition among the inhabitants along the Penobscot to submit quietly, unless 
absolutely compelled to. On the day when the expedition sailed up the river, information of the 
fact was conveyed by express to Capt. ]\lorris, of the ADAMS, at Hampden, and he at once sent 
word to Brig. Gen. John Blake, at his home in Brewer, asking him to call out the militia. Blake 
mounted his horse, and late in the afternoon was at Bangor, issuing orders for the assembling of 
the Brigade of the Tenth Massachusetts division, of which he was commander, and the same even- 
ing rode down to Hampden. There he found Capt. INIorris engaged in preparations for defense. 
He had dismantled the JOHN ADAMS, dragged her heavy guns to the summit of the high right 
bank of the Soadabscook, fifty rods from the wharf, and placed them in battery there, so as to 
command the river approaches from below. On the following morning Blake held a consultation 

' "Immediately after the capture of Castine, the British government there established a Custom-house, or 
excise house, and appointed a Collector of Customs, who from that time until the twenty-fourth of April 1815, con- 
tinued to receive entries of vessels and merchandise, conformably to the laws and regulations in the province of 
Nova Scotia. During this period many merchants residing at Castine imported goods and entered them with the 
said British Collector paying duties thereon to the British government." — From Wheeler's "Castine," p. 175. 

"The funds collected at this port by the British Custom-house authorities were used as an endowment for 
Dalhousie College, Halifax, N. S." — From "Castine; Past and Present," by George A. Wheeler, A.M., M.D., p. 53. 

"The British authorities collected the Revenue of Maine while in occupation which amounted to a consider- 
able sum of money. This fund was placed by the colonial minister in the hands of the Lieutenant-Governor of 
Nova Scotia who appropriated it in various ways as he thought most for the benefit of the country. It was from 
this fund that Dalhousie College was afterwards built." — From "H'story of Halifax City," by T. B. ,\kins, Vol. 8, 
Collections of the Nova Scotia Historical Society, p. 164. 

"The sum of £9,750 was then remaining in the hands of the Governor from the revenues collected at Cas- 
tine while the State of Maine w;is in the hands of the British troojis. This sum Lord Dalhousie obtained the permis- 
sion of the Colonial Secretary to ajjpropriate towards the erection of a college in Halifax on the model of the Scotch 
Universities." — From "History of Halifax City," p. 179 (year 1817). 

" 1820, Monday 22d May, the Earl of Dalhousie laid the corner stone of Dalhousie College." — From Mur- 
doch's "History of Nova Scotia," Vol. 3, pp. 401-2, 455. 



xiv MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA AND THE WAR OF 1812. 



with Morris, and citizens of Bangor and Hampden, on the best methods of defense, but opinions 
were so various that no specific determination was arrived at. Morris had not much confidence 
in the miHtia, and declined any immediate co-operation with them. He approved of a proposition 
to meet the foe at his landing-place, wherever that might be, and expressed his determination to 
destroy the ADAMS, should the militia retreat. 

"On the morning of the 2d, Belfast on the western side of Penobscot Bay, was taken pos- 
session of by Gen. Gosselin, at the head of six hundred troops, without resistance, and, at the same 
time, the expedition under Barrie and John, after landing a detachment from the Sixtieth and 
Ninety-eighth Regiments at Frankfort, proceeded up the river. The detachment marched up the 
western side of the Penobscot unmolested, and the little squadron arrived at Bald Hill cove, near 
Hampden, at 5 o'clock in the evening. The troops and about eighty marines were landed, and 
bivouacked there during the night, in the midst of a drenching rain-storm. 

"During the 2d, about six hundred raw militia, who had never seen anything more like war 
than their own annual parade, assembled at Hampden, and Gen. Blake posted them in an admir- 
able position on the brow of the hill. He had been joined by Lieutenant Lewis and forty regulars 
who fled from Castine. The artillery company of Blake's brigade, commanded by Capt. Ham- 
mond was there with two brass three-pounders, and an eighteen pound cannonade from Morris' 
vessel was placed in battery in charge of Mr. Bent, of the artillery. Many of the militia were 
without weapons or ammunition, and these were supplied as far as possible by Capt. Morris. Such 
was Blake's position on the dark and gloomy morning of the 3d. 

"Morris, in the meantime had mounted nine short eighteen-pounders from the ADAMS 
upon his redoubt on the high bank over Crosby's wharf, and placed the battery in charge of Lieu- 
tenant Wadsworth, first officer of the ADAMS, assisted by Lieutenants Madison and Purser. 
With the remainder of his guns he took position in person on the wharf with about two hundred 
seamen and marines, prepared to defend his ship to the last extremity. 

"The whole region of the Penobscot was enveloped in a dense fog on the morning of the 3d. 
The British at Bald Hill Cove had been joined by the detachment which landed at Frankfort, and 
at five o'clock all were in motion toward Hampden. They moved cautiously in the mist, with a 
vanguard of riflemen. On the flanks were detachments of marines and sailors, with a six-pound 
cannon, and a six and one-half inch howitzer, and a rocket apparatus. The British vessels moved 
slowly up the river at the same time within supporting distance. 

"Blake had dispatched two flank companies to watch and annoy the approaching enemy. 
Between seven and eight o'clock they reported them crossing the little stream below Hampden 
and ascending the hill to attack the Americans. The fog was so thick that no enemy could be seen; 
but Blake pointed his eighteen-pounder in the direction of the foe, and with his field-pieces blazed 
away with considerable effect, as was afterward ascertained. He had resolved to reserve his mus- 
ket firing until the enemy should be near enough to be seriously hurt; but the ordeal of waiting 
without breastworks in front was too severe for the untried militia. The enemy suddenly advanced 
at a 'double-quick', firing volleys in rapid succession. The militia, panic stricken, broke and fled 
in every direction, leaving Blake and his officers alone. Lieut. \Yadsworth, at Morris' upper bat- 



HISTORICAL NARRATIVE. XV 



tery, perceived the disaster in its full extent, and communicated the fact to his chief on the wharf. 
Morris knew the impending danger; his rear and flank were exposed, and he saw no other way for 
salvation than flight. He ordered Wadsworth to spike his guns, and with his men retreat across 
the bridge. Wadsworth did so, his rear gallantly covered by Lieut. Watson with some marines. 
The JOHN ADAMS was fired upon and blown up at the same time, the guns on the wharf were 
spiked, and the men under the immediate command of IMorris retreated across the bridge. Their 
commander was the last to leave the wharf, and before he could reach the bridge the enemy were 
on the bank abo\e him; he dashed across the stream arm-pit deep under a galling musket fire 
from the British, imliurt, and joining his friends on the other side, retreated with Blake, his offi- 
cers, and a bare remnant of his command, to Bangor. 

"The British took possession of Hampden without further resistance, and pushing on to 
Bangor entered that village and cjuartered on the inhabitants, where for thirty hours the soldiers 
and sailors were given tacit license by Barrie to plunder as much as they pleased. The inhabitants 
were compelled not only to bring in and surrender their arms and military stores, but to report 
themselves prisoners of war for parole. General Blake was compelled to come to Bangor, sur- 
render himself as a prisoner, and sign the same parole. 

"Having despoiled the inhabitants of property valued at $23,000, and destroyed several 
vessels, the marauders left Bangor, and spent the 5th in similar employment at Hampden. There 
the soldiers and sailors, unrebuked by Barrie, committed the most wanton acts of destruction. 
The total loss of property at Hampden, exclusive of a \aluable cargo of brandy, wine, oil, and silk 
w^hich they found on board the schooner CO:\IMODORE DECATUR, was estimated at $44,000. 

" The indignant sufferers charged a great portion of their misfortunes to the feeble resistance 
made by Gen. Blake at Hampden. His tardiness, his non-compliance with the wishes of Morris, 
and others to attack the enemy at their landing-place; his neglect to throw up breast-works on 
the ridge at Hampden, and other evidence of inefficiency, were regarded as crimes, and he was 
charged with cowardice and even treason. The clamor against him was vehement for some time, 
but the public indignation finally cooled, and sober judgment, on considering the crude materials 
of his little force, acquitted him of every other fault but a lack of competent military ability and 
experience for the extraordinary occasion. A court of inquiry investigated his conduct and 
acquitted him. On the 12th of September, Sherbrooke and Griffith, with most of the troops and 
a greater part of the fleet, left Penobscot Bay, and, after capturing Machias, returned to Halifax. 
The proclamation by the President, James Madison, of the Treaty of Peace, which was concluded 
on December 24, 1814, was made on the ISth of February 1815, and on the 25th of April the Brit- 
ish sailed out of Penobscot Bay. 

"Peace, joy, tranquillity, and prosperity came with the birds and blossoms in the spring 
of 1815, and from that day until now no foreign enemy has ever appeared on our coast." 



Massachusetts Volunteer Militia in the War of 1812. 



Gen. J. Bliss' Command. 
From Sept. 10 to Nov. 8, 1814. 



Rank and Name. 
Jacob Bliss, Brigadier General, Spring- 
field 



Staff. 
Noah D. Mattoon, Brigade Major, Am- 
herst 



Lyman Lewis, Brigade Quartermaster, 

Westfield 
George Bliss, Aide, Springfield 



Captain Stall's Company of Artillery under General Goodwin. 

From June 16 to Aug. 1, 1814. Service at New Bedford. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Maxfield, Thomas 


Samuel Stall, Captain 


Barney, Griffin 


Ma.xfield, Warren 


Frederic Mayhew, Lieutenant 


Cannon, James 


Parker, Avery 


Hayden, Coggershall, Lieutenant 


Caswell, Ira 


Perry, Nathan 




Coffin, Henry 


Pierce, Abraham 


Thomas Earl, Sergeant 


Coggershall, Charles 


Place, Henry 


^George L. Dunham, Sergeant 


Cost, Nash D. 


Reynard, John 


Thomas Martin, Sergeant 


Gifford, Jonathan 


Shearman, Allen 


Jesse Haskell, Sergeant 


Hall, Henry 


Smith, Barnabas 


David Kempton, Corporal 


Hathaway, Martin 


Smith, Isaac 


Thomas Ellis, Corporal 


Heath, John R. 


Smith, Josiah 


Watson Ellis, Corporal 


Howland, James 


Soule, Sylvanus 


Peleg Clark, Corporal 


Howland, Lloyd 


Stetson, Smith 


George Carroll, Musician 


Howland, Wing 


Tripp, Ezekiel 


Russell Booth, Musician 


Jackson, Edmund 


West, John P. 




Jenney, Joseph L. 


West, Richard 




Kempton, Isaac 


Wrightington, John 




Macumber, Bryant 





Capt. E. Jacob's Company of Artillery under Supervision of General Goodwin. 

From Sept. 19 to Oct. 19, 1814. Service at Scituate and vicinity. 



Rank and Name. 


Eleazer Joslyn, Musician 


Damon, Piam 


Edward Jacobs, Captain 


Levi Percy, Musician 


Farrow, Nathaniel 


Elisha Barrell, Lieutenant 




Gross, John 


Edmund Curtis, Lieutenant 


Privates. 


Gross, Lewis 




Bailey, Charles 


James, John, Jr. 


Stephen Jacobs, Sergeant 


Bailey, Gad 


Magowan, Elias 


Amos Dunbar, Sergeant 


Brooks, Joseph 


Magowan, Elisha 


Levi Curtis, Sergeant 


Clapp, John 


Pratt, Benjamin C. 


Stephen Curtis, Sergeant 


Clark, Benjamin H. 


Silvester, Joseph 


Calvin D. Wilder, Corporal 


Curtis, Job 


Stetson, Joshua 


Reuben D. Wilder, Corporal 


Curtis, John 


Studly, Gideon 


Oran Joslyn, Corporal 


Curtis, Lemuel 


White, CjTus 


Elias Barrell, Corporal 


Curtis, Luther 


Whiting, Justus 


Luther Turner, Musician 


Curtis, Nathaniel 


Whiting, Ozias 


Gideon Perry, Musician 


Curtis, Robert 


Wing, Barker 


Benjamin L. Monroe, Musician 


Damon, Joseph 





MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. E. Dyer's Company of Artillery, General Wells' Command. 

From September to October, 1814. lu service cue month at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Cox, Thomas 


Slade, Isaac 


Ebenezer Dyer, Captain 


Douglass, Wilham 


Spear, Lemuel B. 




i)unham, Josiah 


Stevens, James 


John Slade, Sergeant 


Hammond, Timothy 


Stowell, Thomas 




Jennings, John 


Tate, William 


Privates. 


Jennings, Joseph 


Thompson, Amasa T. 


Ames, Simeon 


Loring, Daniel 


Tompkins, William 


Barber, Oliver 


Lyms, Luther 


Wade, Levi 


Benney, James 


Massy, Samuel 


Webber, Daniel 


Budge, Benjamin 


Moffat, Alvan 


Wheeler, David 


Cannon, Cornelius 


Nichols, Henry 


Whitcomb, Levi 


Connor, John 


Simpson, Benjamin 


White, Thomas 



Capt. J. E. Smith's Company of Artillery, General Wells' Command. 

From September to October, 1814. In service one month at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Fletcher, Timothy 


Mallet, William 


J. E. Smith, Captain 


Gabriel, John 


Pitcher, David 




Grammar, Seth 


Pratt, Edward 


Zebina Monson, Sergeant 


Hallis, Benjamin 


Proctor, Uriah 




Hiler, Stephen G. 


Seeman, Ebenezer 


Privates. 


Hiler, William H. 


Shadbourn, Isaac 


Alley, Richard 


Hodge, Jacob 


Speed, Robert 


Caton, Rufus 


Homes, Francis 


Trueman, WiUiam 


Cushing, David 


Lambert, Gideon 


Wilson, John 


Duff, William 


Littlefield, Frederic 




French, Othniel 


Littlefield, John 





Capt. J. Thaxter's Company of Artillery, General Wells' Command. 

From September to October, 1814. In service one month at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Elms, John 


Reed, Quincy 


Jonathan Thaxter, 


Captain 


Fenno, John 


Rickford, Lewis 






Fletcher, Henry 


Robinson, Thaddeus 


Jedediah Tuttle, Sergeant 


Goodwin, Uriah 


Rodman, Thomas 






Harris, Isaac 


Shacksford, William 


Privates. 


Howe, Isaac 


Sprague, Mathew 


Bangs, Martin 




Jenkins, Nathaniel 


Sumner, Alexander B. 


Bliss, Levi 




Jones, Josiah 


Thayer, Eli 


Brigham, John 




Lewis, Daniel 


Tucker, Lyman 


Bruce, Elijah 




Long, John 


Tufts, Gardner 


Butler, Samuel 




Lyons, Samuel 


Vogle, John S. 


Carry, Alpheus 




McFarland, Thomas 


White, Ebenezer 


Clark, Atkins 




Nelson, James 


Wliite, Thomas 


Coy, Judson 




Page, Daniel G. 


Wilson, Jason 


Crichet, Nathaniel 




Rawson, George 





Lieut. Col. W. Edwards' Regiment of Artillery. 

From Sept. 8 to Nov. S, 1814. Service at Boston and vicinity. 



Field and Staff. 
William Edwards, Lieutenant Colonel, 

Northampton 
Solomon Warriner, Major, Springfield 
Zuriel Howard, Major, Milford 
Samuel Henshaw, Adjutant, Northampton 



F. W. Ripley, Quartermaster, Greenfield 
Seth M. Maltby, Paymaster, Hatfield 
Samuel Elder, Surgeon, Northampton 
Abraham Burnham, Surgeon's Mate 
Joseph Field, Chaplain, Weston 



Noncommissioned Staff. 
Elias Goodspeed, Sergeant Major 
John Brown, Sergeant Major 
George Bridgeman, Quartermaster Ser- 
geant 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. E. Mattoon's Company of Artillery, Lieut. Col. W. Edwards' Regiment. 

From Sept. 8 to Nov. 5, 1814. Raised at Northfield. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Cotton, Richard 


Morgan, Obadiah 


Elijah Mattoon, Captain 


Field, Sharon 


Morton, William 


Charles Bowen, Lieutenant 


Fowler, Clark 


Nettleton, Edward 


Isaac Gregory, Ensign 


Fowler, John 


Prickard, John 




Groves, Ansel 


Roberts, Alanson 


Calvin Stearns, Sergeant 


Hall, William 


Rockwood, Thomas 


King Harris, Sergeant 


Heminway, Mica] ah 


Sheperdson, Arema 


John Whiting, Sergeant 


Holton, Elias 


Sheperdson, Elijah 


Samuel Alexander, Sergeant 


Holton, John 


Simonds, William 


James Hosley, Sergeant 


Holton, Lucius 


Smith, Adolphus 




Hunt, Ellsworth 


Stratton, Calvin 


Privates. 


Lee, Reuben 


Stratton, Roswell 


Ball, Josiah 


Lyman, Thomas 


Wait, Elmer 


Bissell, Jabez F. 


Miller, Cyrus 


Whiting, Ebner E. 


Butler, Minor 


Morgan, Apollus 


Wright, Henry 



Capt. S. Graves' Company of Artillery, Lieut. Col. W. Edwards' Regiment. 

From Sept. 8 to Nov. 5, 1814. Raised at Worcester. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 
Samuel Graves, Captain 
Simeon Hastings, Lieutenant 
Joshua Hale, Lieutenant 

Abel Flagg, Sergeant 
William Eaton, Sergeant 
Andrew Slater, Sergeant 
Joshua Gates, Sergeant 
Ebenezer Hastings, Corporal 
Moses Clements, Corporal 
Joel Gleason, Corporal 
Charles Putnam, Corporal 
Sewall Goodridge, Musician 
Benjamin F. Pierce, Musician 
Caleb P. Stock, Musician 
' Edward Curtis, Musician 

Privates. 
Barber, Ebenezer 
Brigham, Jabez 



Campbell, James 
Chadwick, Daniel 
Chickering, Shubal 
Clark, Leonard 
Cook, Josiah 
Eaton, Thomas 
Elder, William 
Flagg, Amos 
Flagg, Elijah 
Flagg, John, 2d 
Foster, Peter 
Gates, Joel 
Gates, Levi 
Gates, Levi, 2d 
Gates, Oliver 
Gleason, James 
Gleason, Reuben 
Goodale, Paul 
Harrington, Seneca 
Hastings, Joseph 
Hewit, Daniel 



Holt, Jonas 
How, Edward F. 
Knight, Elliott 
Livermore, Stephen G. 
Merryfield, Lewis 
Morse, John G. 
Newton, Daniel H. 
Pierce, HoUis 
Pierce, James 
Reed, Benjamin 
Rice, Josiah 
Rice, Lovell 
Sibley, Isaac 
Slater, Samuel 
Stearns, Artemas 
Sturtevant, Samuel 
Torrey, John 
Totsman, John, Jr. 
Willington, Edmund 
Wilson, Hugh 



Capt. S. Parker's Company of Artillery, Lieut. Col. W. Edwards' Regiment. 

From Sept. 8 to Nov. 5, 1814. Raised at Lancaster and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Damon, Samuel 


Osgood, Jonathan 


Silas Parker, Captain 


Fisher, Ephraim C. 


Phelps, George 


John Taylor, Lieutenant 


Godard, Asa 


Phelps, Thomas 


Abraham Mallard, Lieutenant 


Gould, Nathaniel 


Randall, Alvin 




Haskell, Israel 


Randall, Prosper 


Abijah Brown, Sergeant 


Hewson, Robert 


Rice, Benjamin S. 


Nathaniel Thayer, Sergeant 


Houghton, Hem-y 


Safford, Thomas  


Hannibal Laughton, Sergeant 


Johnston, Josias 


Sawyer, Phinehas 


Artimas H. Brown, Sergeant 


Lynch, John 


Taylor, Ebenezer 




Lynn, John 


Walden, Ephraim 


Privates. 


Maynard, Gardner 


Wheeler, Calvin 


Blood, Reuben 


McLelan, William 


Wilder, Ebenezer 


Brown, Edward 


Messer, Samuel 


Wilder, Titus 


Brown, Odel 


Moses, Liberty B. 




Churchill, Samuel 


Osgood, Apollus 





MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. Q. Stebbins' Company of Artillery, Lieut. Col. W. Edwards' Regiment. 

From Sept. 8 to Nov. 5, 1814. Raised at Springfield. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Bliss, Ebenezer 


Loomis, Russell 


Quartus Stebbins, Captain 


Bliss, Stephen 


Marsh, Appollus 


Heber Hitclicocli, Lieutenant 


Brewer, John 


Meads, Ira 


Ebeiiezer Burt, Lieutenant 


Bucldand, Daniel 


Moore, Eli 




Burt, Henry 


Perkins, Russell 


Ithemer Stebbins, Sergeant 


Calins, Ezra 


Fringe, William 


Richard Huntington, Sergeant 


Chapin, Enoch 


Rogers, William 


Asher Hitchcocli, Sergeant 


Chapin, Philip 


Sacket, Gad 


Henry Bates, Sergeant 


Cooley, Ariel 


Shattuck, Calvin 


Jolm W. Dwght, Corporal 


Cooley, Samuel 


Stebbins, Harvey 


Walter Warriner, Corporal 


Cooley, Titus 


Thurber, Edward 


Wells Lathrop, Corporal 


Cooley, William 


Tufts, Benjamin S. 


Samuel Boylston, Corporal 


Currin, Jabin 


Vinton, David 


Stephen Jones, Musician 


Dunbar, Isaac 


Warriner, Justin 


Henry Stebbins, Musician 


Harris, William 


Wright, Calvin 




Hitchcock, Daniel 


Wright, Joel 


Privates. 


Hitchcock, Josiah 




Ashley, John 


Hitchcock, Walter 




Aspinwall, William 


Hunt, Josiah 





Capt. Z. Stebbins' Company of Artillery, Lieut. Col. W. Edwards' Regiment. 

From Sept. 8 to Nov. 5, 1814. Raised at Belchertown. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Hammon, Pliney 


Zenos Stebbins, Captain 


Ames, Gideon 


Kent, Samuel 


Eliab Washburn, Lieutenant 


Baker, Ivers 


Lester, John 


Theodore Bridgeman, Lieutenant 


Barber, Lawrence 


Mitchell, Thomas K. 




BiUings, Benjamin 


Pope, Ichabod 


Charles Dwight, Sergeant 


Bugbee, Nehemiah 


Pratt, Micah 


Simeon Dwight, Sergeant 


Burnett, Bela 


Preston, Samuel H. 


Hazo Parsons, Sergeant 


Chapin, Libbeus 


Ramsdale, Joseph 


Joseph Washburn, Sergeant 


Chase, Enos 


Rice, Samuel H. 


Bela Parker, Corporal 


Cowles, Enos 


Sanford, Alonzo 


Hezekiah Walker, Corporal 


Dwight, John 


Smead, Elihu 


William Phelps, Corporal 


Dwight, Peregrine 


Squire, Benjamin 


Joseph Graves, Corporal 


Dwight, Pliney 


Stebbins, Samuel H. 


Abram Allen, Musician 


Ford, Daniel 


Strong, Gennbeth 


Joel Billings, Musician 


Forward, George 


Taylor, Arial 


Chester Allen, Musician 


Fox, Josiah 


Taylor, William 


Elisha Fenton, Musician 


French, Leonard 


Towne, Israel 




Graves, Josiah D. 


Underwood, Russell 




Hammon, Chester 


Walker, Aaron 




Hammon, Gamaliel 


Walker, Horace 



Capt. A. Strong's Company of Artillery, Lieut. Col. W. Edwards' Regiment. 

From Sept. 8 to Nov. 5, 1814. Raised at Northampton. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 
Asahel Strong, Captain 
Julius Phelps, Lieutenant 
Adolphus Patterson, Lieutenant 

Joseph H. Clark, Sergeant 
Marshall Flagg, Sergeant 
Lucius Clark, Sergeant 
Oliver Bridgeman, Sergeant 
Samuel Williams, Corporal 
Theodore Parsons, Corporal 



Sidenham Clark, Corporal 
Charles J. Allen, Corporal 
George K. Hitchcock, Mu.sician 
Spencer Day, Musician 

Privates. 
Atley, William 
Barlow, John 
Bartlett, Benoni 
Belding, Aretus 
Belding, Hezekiah 



Blanchard, Amos 
Bryant, George 
Clapp, Daniel 
Clark, Alanson 
Clark, Allen 
Clark, Cephas 
Clark, Christopher 
Clark, Justin 
Clark, Sercno 
Clark, Thaddeus 
Clark, William 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA - IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. A. Strong's Company of Artillery, Lieut. Col. W. Edwards' Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Gere (?), Silsby 


Sherman, Ephraim 


Coats, Elisha 


Graham, Aretus 


Smith, Richard 


Coats, Jesse 


Laroke, William 


Strong, Chester 


Cook, Justin 


Loveland, Thomas C. 


Strong, Seth 


Curtis, Lebbeus 


L^aiian, Horace 


Wilde, Calvin 


Dickinson, David 


Phelps, John 


Wilkie, George 


Folger, George F. 


Rogers, John J. 


Wilkie, Henry 



Capt. J. Tenney's Company of Artillery, Lieut. Col. W. Edwards' Regiment. 
From Sept. 8 to Nov. 5, 1814. Raised at Leominster. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Burdett, James 


Nichols, Thomas 


Joseph Tenney, Captain 


Capen, John 


Parmenter, Silas 


Ephraim Carter, Lieutenant 


Carter, Joseph W. 


Platts, Moses 


William Snow, Lieutenant 


Carter, Peter 


Polly, Luther 




Colburn, Nathaniel 


Rice, Horace 


John Stewart, Sergeant 


Conant, Joseph 


■Rugg, William 


Walter Johnson, Sergeant 


Divol, James 


Smith, Asa 


Josiah Whitcomb, Sergeant 


FuUam, Jacob 


Smith, Joseph 


David Bigelow, Sergeant 


How, Amos 


Stone, Windsor 




Johnson, Stephen, Jr. 


Tell, Thomas M. 


Privates. 


Jones, Frederick W. 


Tenney, William 


Allen, Henry 


Joslyn, Elias, Jr. 


Thompson, Joseph 


Bigelow, Isaac 


Kendall, David 


Ware, James 


Boutzell, William 


Mavnard, John 


Whitcomb, Joseph 


Brabock, William 


Merriam, Amos 


Willard, David 


Brigham, Asa 


Newhall, Merritt 





Capt. R. Thayer's Company of Artillery, Lieut. Col. W. Edwards' Regiment. 

From Sept. 8 to Nov. 5, 1814. Raised at Milford and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Kebbe, Isaac 


Rufus Thayer, Captain 


Andi-cws, William 


Littlefield, Moses 


Ezra Nelson, Lieutenant 


Baker, Silas 


Madden, James 


Henry Nelson, Lieutenant 


Barbor, James 


Parkhurst, Alexander 




Batlu'ick, Jonathan 


Perry, Josiah 


Levi Rock wood. Sergeant 


Bliss, Hartwell 


Pond, Jones 


Clark Ellis, Sergeant 


Bosworth, Stacy 


Pond, Preston 


Samuel Nelson, Sergeant 


Bowker, James 


Rockwood, Peter 


Leonard Chapin, Sergeant 


Chapin, Eli 


Sanders, Levi 


Isaac Devenport, Corporal 


Clarke, Lovell 


Sliunmer, Emory 


Lewis Hayward, Corporal 


Cleveland, Ira 


Taft, Amasa 


Calvin Johnson, Corporal 


Corbett, John 


Taft, Ellis 


iClark Sumner, Corporal 


Daniel, Libeus 


Taft, Leonard 




Farrington, Elijah 


Waston or Weston, Eaton 




Gould, Silas 


Woodward, Benjamin 



Capt. R. Brown's Company, Lieut. Col. S. K. Chamberlain's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Oct. .30, 1S14. Raised at Concord (Concord Artillery). Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


James F. Melvin, Sergeant 


Privates. 


Reuben Brown, Captain 


Abel Davis, Corporal 


Balcom, Thaddcus 


yrancis Wheeler, Lieutenant 


Jonathan Hildreth, Corporal 


Billings, Paul H. 


Cyrus Wheeler, Lieutenant 


William Lee, Corporal 


Brooks, Benjamin 




Cyrus Warren, Corporal 


Clark, Joseph 


Elisha Wheeler, Sergeant 


Jones French, Musician 


Crops or Cross, John 


Joseph Hosmer, Sergeant 


Jacob Harrington, Musician 


Davis, Thomas H. 


Eli Brown, Sergeant 




Heywood, Reuben 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. R. Brown's Company, Lieut. Col. S. K. Chamberlain's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates - 


- Concluded. 


Melvin, Samuel 


Stevens, Elijah 


Hosmer, Charles 




Meriam, Oliver 


Walcut, Silas 


Hosmer, Jesse 




Miles, Reuben 


Wheeler, Simeon H. 


Hosmer, John 




Pratt, Reuben 


WiUis, Jesse 


Jones, James 




Rogers, Luke 


Wright, Edward 


Lock, Joel 




Seyross, Francis 




Melvin, John 




Stacy, John 





Maj. B. T. Reed's Battalion of Artillery. 
From June 14 to Aug. 5, 1814. Service at Marblehead. Different periods as a watch, 7, 12 and 14 days. 



Rank and Name. 


Joseph Gregory, Jr., Musician 


Gushing, Joseph 


Isaac Story, Captain _ 


Richard Philips, Musician 


Cutler or Cutter, Solomon 


Caleb Prentiss, Captain 


— Samuel Homan, Musician 


Davis, Thomas 


John Traill, Adjutant 


Ichabod S. Philip, Musician 


Deacons, Jonathan 


John Gillej', Lieutenant 


Abel Gardner, Musician 


Dennis, Archibald S. 


Samuel Horton, Jr., Lieutenant 


Knott Martin, Musician 


Dennis, Erasmus 


John H. Gregory, Lieutenant 


Cobb Bowler, Musician 


Dennis, Jonas 


Thomas Bridges, Lieutenant 


William Bartlett, Musician 


Devereux, Benjamin 


Edmund Kimball, Lieutenant 


William Harris, Musician 


Devereux, Elisha S. 


William H. Reynolds, Ensign 


William Dolibe, Musician 


Dickman, Samuel 
Dixie, Jolui 


William H. Reynolds, Sergeant 


Privates. 


Dixie, Woodward 


Nathaniel Chapman, Sergeant 


Aborns, Benjamin 


Doak, Michael 


Moses Goldthwait, Sergeant 


Adams, Samuel R. 


Dobler, Benjamin 


John Reynolds, Sergeant 


Baily, Thomas 


Dodd, Benjamin 


Benjamin Homas, Sergeant 


Barker, George, Jr. 


Dodd, Thomas 


Thomas Bridges, Sergeant 


Barley, John R. 


Dook, John 


Lewis Girdler, Jr., Sergeant 


Bartlett, Devereux D. 


Elliot, William 


Nathaniel Lindsay, Jr., Sergeant 


Bartlett, John 


Farrder, Timothy 


Samuel D. Turner, Sergeant 


Bartlett, Joseph B. 


Felt, Thomas 


Thomas Bailey, Sergeant 


Bartlett, Nathaniel 


Flint, David 


James S. Smith, Sergeant 


Bartlett, Robert 


Foss, Samuel 


Levi Langley, Sergeant 


Bassett, Samuel T. ' 


Francis, Bartholomew 


Joshua Prentiss, Sergeant 


Bean, Henry, Jr. 


French, John 


John Proctor, Sergeant 


Bliss, Elijah 


Fretoe, James 


Samuel S. Trefry, Sergeant 


Bonndy, Thomas 


Gale, Thomas 


Daniel Patten, Sergeant 


Bowler, James 


Gardner, Nicholas 


Samuel Knight, Sergeant 


Bray, Edmund 


Garney, Thomas 


Nathaniel Adams, Sergeant 


Bridges, Philip, Jr. 


Goodwin, John 


Samuel Rogers, Corporal 


Bridges, Thomas 


Goss, William 


Richard Lee, Corporal 


Brown, Abraham 


Grant, John 


John Proctor, 3d, Corporal 


Brown, Benjamin 


Grant, Thomas 


Daniel Patten, Corporal 


Brown, Richard 


Graves, Blaney 


Thomas Bailey, Corporal 


Brown, Samuel, 3d 


Graves, Christopher 


Jacob Hooper, Corporal 


Brown, Thomas, 3d 


Graves, John 


Richard Cole, Corporal 


Butman, Benjamin, Jr. 


Graves, Samuel 


Robert B. Cliin, Corporal 


Butman, John 


Graves, William 


John Lenan, Corporal 


Butman, Joseph 


Green, Thomas 


—■--Benjamin Homan, Corporal 


Butman, Thomas 


Gridler, Benjamin 


Thomas Martin, Corporal 


Caldwell, Ebenezer 


Gridler, Lewis, Jr. 


William Elliot, Corporal 


Cash, James 


Hammond, Thomas P. 


Bartholomew Francis, Corporal 


Caswell, Richard 


Hammonds, John, Jr. 


Nehemiah Prible, Corporal 


Clark, Porter 


Hampson, John 


Samuel D. Turner, Corporal 


Clenne, John 


Hardy, John 


Samuel Knight, Jr., Corporal 


Clough, Samuel 


Harris, John 


Charles Thompson, Corporal 


Cloutman, George 


Harris, Joseph 


Thomas Nicholson, Corporal 


Cloutman, Henry 


Harris, Robert, 4th 


John Sparhawk, Jr., Corporal 


Clover, John 


Hathaway, John 


Robert H. Curtis, Corporal 


Cornish, Benjamin 


Hathaway, Joseph 


Richard Tutlow, Tate or Tuttle, Corporal 


Cox, James 


Hathaway, Stephen 


Joshua Prince, Corporal 


Cruff, William 


Hawkes, William, Jr. 


Nicholas Tucker, Corporal 


Curtis, Jesse 


Hibbard, Samuel 


John Humphries, Musician 


Curtis, Robert H. 


High, John 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Maj. E 


. T. Reed's Battalion of Artillery — Concluded. 


Privates — Concluded. 


Norton, Simon 


Smithers, Gamaliel 


Hitcliins, Samuel 


Oaks, George 


Snow, John P. 


Holden, Daniel 


Orne, Jonathan 


Snow, Samuel, Jr. 


^__Hplloway, James 
Homan, Benjamin 


Orne, Joshua 


Snow, Thomas 


Paine, P. Francis 


Sparhawk, John 


Homan, Joseph 


Papoon, Solomon 


Stacy, Samuel 


—Homan, William yL^ 


Pearson, Robert 


Standley, S. 


Hooker, John 


Pedrick, Benjamin 


Stone, Isaac 


Hooker, Pliilip 


Pedrick, John B. 


Stone, Joseph 


Hooper, John 


Pedrick, William 


Stone, Nathaniel 


Humphries, Edward 


Pliilips, David A. 


Stone, Simeon 


Hunt, William 


Philips, Joseph 


Stone, Stephen 


Ingalls, John 


Philips, Nathaniel 


Story, Frederick W. 


Ingalls, Joseph 


Philips, Robert 


Sweet, Stephen 


James, Thomas P. 


Philips, Thomas 


Thompson, Amos 


Johnson, William W. 


Philips, William 


Thompson, John 


Kimball, Ednmnd 


Pike, Benjamin 


Thompson, Jonathan 


Kinner, Richard 


Porter, Job 


Trask, John 


Lackey, Azor 0. 


Porter, Thomas 


Tucker, John 


Langley, Levi 


Preble, Nehemiah 


Tucker, Thomas 


Lecran, John 


Prentiss, John 


Tucker, William 


Lindsey, Joseph 


Prentiss, Joshua 


Turner, Samuel D. 


Lindsey, Nathaniel 


Prichard, William 


Tutt, Richard , 


Lyon, James 


Proctor, John 


Valentine, Andrew_ \ 


Lyon, Thomas 


Proctor, Joseph, Jr. 


Valentine, Benjamin \ 


Mann, Frederick 


Randall, William 


Vickery, Benjamin B. \ 


Martin, Arnold, 3d 


Randlett, Daniel 


Vickery, William 1 


Martin, James 


Renow, Richard 


Warner, John \ 


Martin, Oliver 


Reynolds, Joel 


Weed, Warren 


Martin, Thomas 


Reynolds, John 


Whitehouse, Hanson 


Matison, Mathew 


Rhodes, John 


Widger, William 


Merritt, Francis 


Roberts, George 


Wilkins, Jacob 


Morgan, Thomas 


Rogers, Peter 


Wooldridge, John 


Moulton, Jonathan 


Rogers, Samuel 


Wooldi-idge, Samuel G. 


Muk (?), Jacob 


Roundy, Jonathan 


Wormstead, Benjamin 


Newhall, Philip 


Russell, John 


Wright, Peter 


Nichols, John 


Sampreel, Simon 


Wyman, Luke 


Nicholson, Thomas 


Shirley, John 





Capt. G. Sullivan's Company of Artillery, under Supervision of Commodore William Bainbridge. 

From June 13 to June 23, 1814. Raised at Boston ("New England Guards"). Service at Charlestown Navy Yard. 



Rank and Name. 


Ballister, Joseph 


Gibbs, Alex H. 


George Sullivan, Captain 


Bangs, Isaac 


Gore, Christopher 


Lemuel Blake, Lieutenant 


Barnard, Jonah G. 


Gore, Jeremiah 


Benjamin T. Pickman, Ensign 


Barnard, Robert M. 


Gore, Watson 




Baxter, Thomas M. 


Grafton, Joseph D. 


Aaron Peabody, Sergeant 


Blake, Edwin 


Grant, Moses 


Charles Tidd, Sergeant 


Blanchard, Hezekiah 


Greenough, William 


John Howe, Corporal 


Brown, John B. 


Grovenor, Lewis 


Abbott Lawrence, Corporal 


Clapp, Jarvis 


Gulliver, John 


Lorenzo Draper, Corporal 


Clark, Benjamin F. 


Hall, William 


Richard Ward, Corporal 


Clark, John 


HaU, William, 2d 


Daniel Simpson, Musician 


Clark, Oliver ^ /, 
-G^Uw-, Leonard O^X^d^ 


Henderson, Howard 


Little Perry, Musician 


Hewes, William G. 




Cutting, Lewis 


Horton, Samuel 


Privates. 


Dalton, James 


Hunt, Samuel 


Abbott, Samuel L. 


Dana, George 


Jarvis, Denning 


Allen, Samuel R. 


Dennis, Thomas 


Jemiey, Stephen 


Andrews, John 


Ewing, Sliirley 


Lamson, John 


Athearn, Frederic 


Fiske, James J. 


Lane, John 


Avery, James E. 


Freeman, William 


Lewis, Henry 


Bacon, Joshua B. 


GaUison, John 


Littlehall, Sargent 



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Capt. G. Sullivan's Company of Artillery under Supervision of Commodore William Bainbridge — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Putnam, John C. 


Thompson, WiUiam 


McFarland, John C. 


Rice, Rufus 


Tisdale, Barney 


Miller, John 


Richards, Reuben 


Todd, George 


Newell, Montgomery 


Richardson, Andrew J. 


Ward, Benjamin C. 


Newhall, Seaver 


Richardson, Jeffrey 


Wentworth, Hiram 


Odin, George 


Scudder, Charles 


West, Joseph 


Parkinan, Elias 


Sewall, Thomas R. 


Whiting, Eben 


Pearce, Seth 


Swift, Da\dd 


Wild, Eben 


Pope, Joseph 


Swift, Henry 


WilUams, Robert P. 


Putnam, Daniel 


Taylor, Chester 


Willis, Nathan 



Maj. J. Lewis' Battalion of Artillery. 

From Sept. 11 to Oct. 31, 1S14. Service at Boston. 



Field and Staff. 
James Lewis, Major, Groton 
Joseph Parker, Adjutant 
James Brown, Quartermaster 



Noncommissioned Staff. 
Thomas G. Gardner, Sergeant Major 
William Belcher, Drum Major 
Howard Frost, Fife Major 



Waiters. 



Darland, John 
Johnson, James 



Capt. W. Farnsworth's Company, Maj. J. Lewis' Battalion of Artillery. 
From Sept. 11 to Oct. 31, 1814. Raised at Groton. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Munro, Nathan 


William Farnsworth, Captain 


Crouch, Daniel 


Parker, Jonas L. 


William Dalrymple, Lieutenant 


Crouch, Levi 


Prescott, John 




Cutler, Liberty 


Prescott, Thomas 


Asa Graves, Sergeant 


Dadmun, Willard 


Scribner, Rufus 


Amos Brown, Sergeant 


Farnsworth, Jonathan 


Spaulding, George 


Edmund Longly, Sergeant 


Farr or Tarr, Willard 


Spaulding, Samuel 


Jonathan Johnston, Sergeant 


Hall, Benjamin 


Stevens, William 


Artemas Wright, Corporal 


Holden, Abel 


Stone, Levi, Jr. 


John Williams, Corporal 


Jewell, Joshua A. 


Sylvester, William 


Jonathan Pierce, Corporal 


Keyes, Imla 


Symms, William 


Danforth Shiple, Corporal 


Laurence, Salmon 


Woodard, Theodore 


William Harem, Musician 


Laurence, Zadock 


Woods, Samuel 


Roswell Reed, Musician 


Lewis, Meric 


Wright, Bela 




Mum-o, George 


Wright, Parker 




Munro, John 





Capt. J. Farnum's Company of Artillery, under Command of Maj. James Lewis. 

From Sept. 20 to Nov. 2, 1814. Raised at Andover and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Cogswell, George 


Jedediah Farnum, Captain 


Abbott, David 


Daniel, Joseph G. 


Wasliington Parker, Lieutenant 


Allen, Isaac 


Duntlin, John 


Isaiah Silver, Ensign 


Aubin, Samuel 


Eaton, Robert W. 




Ayer, Moses 


Elliott, Andrew 


Philip Howe, Sergeant • 


Barnard, Jacob 


Emerson, Jonathan 


David Currier, Sergeant 


Bell, Philip 


Emerson, Jonathan, 2d 


Hazen Kimball, Sergeant 


Beverly, Joel 


Farnum, Edwin 


Enoch B. Hall, Sergeant 


Bodwell, Jolin 


Friets, Jacob 


Benaiah Currier, Corporal 


Bodwell, Samuel 


Furbush, Sylvester 


Jeremiah Palmer, Corporal 


Boswell, Isaac 


George, Nathaniel 


John Chamberlain, Corporal 


Boynton, Elijah 


George, William 


John Underbill, Corporal 


Chandler, John 


Gill, Nathan 


George Grant, Musician 


Chase, William J. 


Hardy, Benjamin 


Samuel Clark, Musician 


Clark, William 


Hardy, Nathaniel 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. J. Farnum's Company of Artillery, under Command of Maj. James Lewis — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Morse, William 


Simonds, Reuben 


Harriman, John 


Pace, David 


Smith, Benjamin 


Hazelton, Leonard 


Peabody, Francis 


Smith, Eliphalet 


How, Abraham 


Peabodv, Isaac 


Spafford, Henry 


Johnson, William 


Pettee, Asa 


Stiles, Moses 


Jones, Herman 


Phelps, Theodore 


Thurston, Daniel 


Kilham, George W. 


Pike, Charles 


Towns, Daniel 


Kimball, Nathan 


Pike, Stephen 


Trow, Charles 


Little, Joseph 


Poor, Thomas, 2d 


Tyler, Benjamin 


Millett, Isaac 


Richardson, C. C. 


Wheeler, Amos 


Mills, Benjamin 


Shattuck, Henry- 


Wood, Thomas 


Morse, Jonathan 


Simmons, John 





Capt. Z. Smith's Company, Maj. J. Lewis' Battalion of Artillery. 

From Sept. 22 to Oct. 30, 1814. Raised at Abington. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Bicknell, Randall 


Jenkins, Merritt 


Zenas Smith, Captain 


Bicknell, Samuel 


Lincoln, Ebenezer M. 


George Walker, Lieutenant 


Birt, Ebenezer 


Morris, Daniel 




Branding, Noah 


Packard, Jedediah 


Daniel A. Ford, Sergeant 


Brown, David 


Peck, Jonathan 


Joseph Holmes, Sergeant 


Grossman, Elisha 


Pitcher, Earle 


Josiah Hedges, Sergeant 


Curtis, John 


Reed, Joseph 


A. Lane, Sergeant 


Curtis, Rufus 


Reed, Samuel P. 


Daniel Alden, Corporal 


Deane, Enos 


Shaw, Charles 


Gridlev Thaxter, Corporal 


Ford, Joseph 


Smith, Stillman 


Calvin Lane, Corporal 


Gardner, Sanders 


Sweet, William 


Samuel Copeton, Corporal 


Harris, Abial 


Terrell, Isaac 




Hill, Leonard 


Townsend, Ezekiel, Jr. 


Privaies. 


Holmes, William 


White, Asa 


Alden, Isaac 


Hunt, Lawrence 


Wild, John 


Beal, Nathaniel 


Jenkins, Gridley 


Withen, George 



Capt. J. S. Sayward's Company of Artillery, Lieut. Col. J. Appleton's Regiment. 

Six days between Sept. 19 and Oct. 29, 1814. Raised at Gloucester. Service at Gloucester. In battle September 19 with the barges of the 

enemy. 



Rank and Name. 


Challis, Enoch 


Perkins, Jonathan S. 


Joseph S. Sayward, Captain 


Choate, Solomon 


Pew, William 




Cog.swell, Da\id 


Plummer, Henry 


John Proctor, Sergeant 


Conter, William 


Plummer, Moses 


David Storey, Sergeant 


Ellery, Benjamin 


Pool, Joshua 


John Haskins, Sergeant 


Everden, James 


Rogers, Samuel 


William Dexter, Corporal 


Foster, Elijah 


Sargent, Epes 


William Everden, Corporal 


Friend, Richard 


Sargent, Winthrop 


Benjamin Newman, Corporal 


Greenleaf, William 


Sayward, William 


Nathaniel Pulcifer, Musician 


Hanck, Theophilus 


Somes, Joseph 




Huffin, William 


Stacey, Benjamin 


Privates. 


Lane, Jonathan D. 


Winchester, William D. 


Bulkley, Samuel 


Parker, Andrew 


Woodbury, Obediah 


Burroughs, Warner 


Pearce, George W. 


• 



Capt. J. Putnam's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Russell's Regiment. 

From Sept. 22 to Oct. 31, 1814. Raised at Danvers (Artillery Company). Service at Salem and vicinity. 



Rank and Name. 
Jesse Putnam, Captain 
David Foster, Lieutenant 
Benjamin Goodridge, Lieutenant 



Warren Porter, Sergeant 
Amariah Prince, Sergeant 
George Abbot, Sergeant 
Aaron Tapley, Sergeant 



Alfred Porter, Sergeant 
Edward Perry, Corporal 
Elisha Dana, Corporal 
Saul Brown, Corporal 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OP 1812. 



Capt. J. Putnam's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Russell's Regiment — Concluded. 



Rank and Name — Concluded. 


Flint, Jeremiah 


Nichols, Benjamin 


Joseph Spaulding, Musician 


Floyd, George 


Phelps, Joseph 


William Been, Musician 


Foster, Charles 


Proctor, Perley 




Fowl, Saul 


Reed, Nathaniel 


Privates. 


Frye, Eben 


RusUey, John 


Abbot, John 


Glynn, Moses 


Russell, Asa 


Allen, Lewis 


Hesselton, John 


Smith, Nathaniel 


Butler, Richard 


Hooper, Edward 


Taylor, Eliphalet 


Chadbourn, Thomas 


Hooper, Mathew 


Very, Saul 


Dodge, Daniel 


Knight, William 


Whipple, Stephen 


Dwinel, David 


Lincoln, Abel 


Wilkins, David 


Flagg, Ephraim 


Munroe, Isaac 


Wormstit, Saul 



Capt. Isaac Lane's Company of Artillery, Lieut. Col. B. Lincoln's Regiment. 

From June 29 to July 9, 1814. Raised at Norton and vicinity. Service at New Bedford. 



Rank and Name. 


Grossman, Elisha 


Knapp, Abiather 


Isaac Lane, Captain 


Dary, Allen 


Lane, Calvin 


David Lane, Lieutenant 


Dean, Barzilla 


Lane, George 




Dean, Enos 


Lane, William 


George Walker, Sergeant 


Dean, Nathan 


Lincoln, Ebenezer M. 


Thomas Brown, Sergeant 


Dunbar, Amasa 


Lincoln, Tisdal 


Josiah Hodges, Sergeant 


Freeman, John 


Macumber, Ezra 


Moses Hunt, Sergeant 


French, Alfred M. 


Morey, Daniel 


Lemuel Peri-y, Corporal 


Fuller, Joseph 


Peck, Oliver C. 


Zophar Skinner, Corporal 


Guill, Daniel 


Smith, Stillman 


Asa Danforth, Corporal 


Hill, Leonard 


Sweet, Newton 


Allen Lane, Corporal 


Hodge, Stephen 


Sweet, Thomas 




Hodges, Aconiram 


Sweet, William 


Privates. 


Hodges, George 


Wetherell, George 


Blandin, Noah 


Hodges, Joseph 


Wliite, Walter 


Bullock, Rufus 


Hunt, Joseph 


Willis, Sumner 


Burt, Ebenezer 


Hunt, Oliver 


Wilmarth, Benoni 



Lieut. Col. J. Appleton's Regiment. 

In service at Gloucester 4 days in September and October, 1814. In battle September 19. 



Field and Staff. 
James Appleton, Lieutenant Colonel, 

Gloucester 
Ephraim Brown, Major, Gloucester 
Henry Smith, Adjutant, Gloucester 



Jacob Parsons, Quartermaster, Gloucester 
William Saville, Paymaster, Gloucester 
William Coffin, Surgeon, Gloucester 
James Goss, Surgeon's Mate, Gloucester 
Daniel Fuller, Chaplain, Gloucester 



Noncommissioned Staff. 
Joseph Henderson, Sergeant Major 



Capt. D. Elwell's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Appleton's Regiment. 

From Sept. 19 to Oct. 12, 1814. Service at Gloucester. In battle September 19 with the barges of the enemy. 



Rank and Name. 


Henry White, Jr., Corporal 


Bradstreet, Ezekiel 


David Elwell, Captain 


William Thurston, Corporal 


Bradstreet, Nathaniel 


Joshua Clark, Lieutenant 


Thomas York, Corporal 


Chipman, Anthony 


William Low, Jr., Ensign 


Eben Pool, Musician 


Clark, Abraham S. 




Zebulon R. Davis, Musician 


Clark, Henry 


Moses I. Clark, Sergeant 




Clark, Hem-y, Jr. 


John Foster, Sergeant 


Privates. 


Clark, Samuel L. 


John Haskell, Sergeant 


Adams, William 


Clark, Thomas L. 


Asa Knowlton, Sergeant 


Bagley, John 


Clark, William C. 


William T. Abbott, Corporal 


Blatchford, John 





MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



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Capt. D. Elwell's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Appleton's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Low, James 


Stockman, John 


Cunningham, John, Jr. 


Low, Nathaniel 


Tarr, David, Jr. 


Dennin, Job 


Lurvey, William 


Tarr, Francis, Jr. 


Doyl, Felix 


Morse, Essom 


Tarr, Francis P. 


Dunnaway, Daniel 


Parsons, John, 4th 


Tarr, Jonathan, Jr. 


Elwell, Caleb 


Pool, Abram H. 


Tarr, Joseph, Jr. 


Giles, William 


Pool, Francis 


Tarr, Joshua 


Goss, William, Jr. 


Pool, John 


Tarr, Solomon 


Grover, Ebenezer, Jr. 


Pool, John, 4tli 


Thompson, Thomas 


Haskins, Thomas 


Pool, Moses 


Thurston, Joseph 


Haskins, William B. 


Pool, Zebulon 


Wainright, Thomas 


Hodgkins, Henry 


Robards, George 


Webster, Joshua 


Jacob, Abraham 


Rowe, Benjamin, Jr. 


Weeden, Daniel 


Knight, Charles 


Rowe, Daniel 


Witham, Joseph 


Knowlton, Azor 


Rowe, Eben 




Lane, George, Jr. 


Rowe, George 


Waiters. 


Lee, Nathaniel B. 


Rowe, Isaac 


Brown, David 


Leighton, Tobias 


Rowe, Job 


Clark, John 


Low, David 


Smith, John L. 





Capt. J. Harris' Company, Lieut. CoL J. Appleton's Regiment. 

From Sept. 19 to Oct. 12, 1814. Service at Gloucester. In battle September 19 with the barges of the enemy. 



Rank and Name. 


Bassett, Daniel 


Lufkin, Zebulon 


John Harris, Captain 


Carter, Joseph 


Mander, Woodbery F. 


Ebenezer Tarr, Lieutenant 


Dade, Isaac 


Mann, William 


John Jumper, Ensign 


Day, William 


Merchant, Daniel 




Fears, James 


Parsons, Ebenezer 


Thomas Knutsford, Sergeant 


Gott, Solomon 


Roberts, Theodore 


Charles Sargent, Sergeant 


Griffin, Amos 


Rowe, Benjamin, Jr. 


Samuel Brookins, Musician 


Hariis, James, Jr. 


Saunders, Simeon 


Amos Storey, Musician 


Hoyt, Chase 


Sergeant, David 




Kimball, Jonathan 


Wheeler, Moses, Jr. 


Privates. 


Knutsford, John 


Woodbury, Epes, Jr. 


Anderson, Stephen 


Knutsford, William 


Woodbury, Peter 


Bailey, Samuel 


Lane, Joseph, 3d 




Barrett, David 


Langsford, Andrew 





Capt. B. Haskell's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Appleton's Regiment. 

From Sept. 19 to Oct. 12, 1814. Service at Gloucester. In battle September 19 with the barges of the enemy. 



Rank and Name. 


Biay, Jeremiah 


Honor, Oliver 


Benjamin Haskell, Captain 


Choate, Adoniram 


Lufkin, Josiah 




Clark, George, Jr. 


Lufkm, Michael 


Ebenezer James, Sergeant 


Cole, William 


Proctor, Humphrey 


Joseph Herrick, Sergeant 


Currier, Adoniram 


Pulsifer, John 


James Haskell, Sergeant 


Davis, John 


Roberts, Jacob 


Joseph Herrick, Musician 


Dodge, William 


Roberts, Theodore 


Samuel Rust, Musician 


Gilbert, Benjamin 
Gilbert, Samuel P. 


Rust, Israel, Jr. 


Privates. 


Haskell, Jonathan 




Bray, Edward 


Haskell, Lemuel 




Bray, Edwin 


Herrick, John 





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Capt. D. Sargent's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Appleton's Regiment. 

From Sept. 19 to Oct. 12, 1814. Service at Gloucester. In battle September 19 with the barges of the enemy. 



Rank and Name. 


Butler, E. 


Newman, John 


Dudley Sargent, Captain 


Butler, Walter 


Riggs, John 


Isaac Dennison, Jr., Lieutenant 


Clark, William 


Robinson, Daniel A. 


Reuben Patcli, En.sign 


Davis, George 


Sargent, Samuel, Jr. 




Dennis, William 


Sylvester, Samuel 


Jonatlian Sargent, Sergeant 


Dodd, John 


Woodbury, Asa, Jr. 


William Hodgkins, Sergeant 


Griffin, Davis 


Young, Elps 


Enoch Carter, Musician 


Griffin, Henry 




Samuel Lane, Musician 


Harraden, Andrew 


Waiter. 




Jones, Samuel T. 


Dennison, David 


Privates. 


Knowlton, John, Jr. 




Babson, James 


Lane, Mack 




Burnham, Andrew M. 


Lane, Solomon 





Capt. J. Smith's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Appleton's Regiment. 

Different periods from Sept. 19 to Oct. 12, 1814. Service at Gloucester. In battle September 19 with the barges of the enemy. 



Rank and Name. 


El well, Solomon 


Plummer, Micajah 


John Smith, Jr., Captain 


Flanders, Joseph 


Rogers, Nathaniel 


Obediah Stoddard, Lieutenant 


Goodrich, Joseph, Jr. 


Rogers, Timothy 




Grover, Josiah 


Sayward, William 


Charles Haskell, Sergeant 


Hales, William 


Smith, David 


James P. Collins, Sergeant 


Kinsman, Joseph 


Somes, Isaac 


Samuel Rush, Musician 


Lincoln, Perez W. 


Stacy, John, Jr. 


Joseph Herrick, Musician 


Lombard, James 


Swiiison, Peter 




Lifkin, Moses, Jr. 


Williams, Abraham 


Privates. 


Lufkin, Samuel 


Williams,John 


Davis, Elias, Jr. 


Newcomb, WiUiam 


Williams, Nathaniel 


Davis, Francis H. 


Parsons, David 


Witham, Mark 


Davis, John H. 


Plummer, Eber 


Witham, Nathaniel 



Capt. C. Tarr's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Appleton's Regiment. 

From Sept. 19 to Oct. 12, 1814. Service at Gloucester. In battle September 19 with the barges of the enemy. 



Rank and Name. 


Dodd, Asa 


Pool, Francis 


Charles Tarr, Captain 


Gamage, Ebenezer 


Pool, James, Jr. 


George Lane, Lieutenant 


damage, Samuel G. 


Pool, Joshua 


Timothy R. Davis, Ensign 


Giddings, Aarod 


Pool, Solomon, Jr. 




CJott, George 


Pool, William 


Henry Tarr, Sergeant 


Gott, James 


Putnian, John 


Eben Pool, Sergeant 


Grover, John 


Robards, Thomas, Jr. 


Moses Tarr, Sergeant 


Grover, Nehemiah 


Stockman, John 


John Davis, Musician 


Hooper, Robert 


Tarr, Jabez, Jr. 


Edmund Haskins, Musician 


Hoyt, John H. 


Tarr, James 




Lane, Andrew 


Tarr, Nathaniel 


Privates. 


Merrill, Daniel 


Tarr, Robert 


Bickford, Andrew 


Norwood, Daniel 


Todd, Nathan 


Brown, Charles 


Oakes, John 


Tin'ner, John, Jr. 


Cass, Robert 


Parsons, Eben 


Webster, George 


Davis, Daniel 


Pool, Aaron 


Witham, Henry, Jr. 



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Capt. I. Tucker's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Appleton's Regiment. 

Different periods from Sept. 19 to Oct. 12, 1814. .Service at Gloucester. In battle September 19 with the barges of the enemy. 



R,\NK AND N.\ME. 


Privates. 


Figes, William 


Isaac Tucker, Captain 


Allen, Mack 


Harvey, Benjamin 


Jacob Tucker, Lieutenant 


Allen, William 


Harvey, Joseph 


William Curtis, Ensign 


Bab.son, Xathaniel 


Hodgkins, Isaac 




Baker, William 


Low, Isaac 


John N. Edney, Sergeant 


Brown, Nathaniel 


Pulsifer, John A. 


Moses Palmer, Jr., Sergeant 


Davis, Thomas 


Riggs, Joshua 


Wintworth Riggs, Musician 


Doggctt, William 
EUery, Joseph 


Wharffey, William 



Capt. C. Williams' Company, Lieut. Col. J. Appleton's Regiment. 
Different periods from Sept. 19 to Oct. 12, 1814. Service at Gloucester. In battle September 19 with the barges of the enemy. 



R.\NK .\ND N.\ME. 


Elwell, Elias, Jr. 


Stevens, Samuel 


Caleb Williams, Captain 


Gaffnev, William 


Tappan, William 


Charles Sawyer, Lieutenant 


Grav, William, Jr. 


Tucker, William 


Charles Eaton, Ensign 


Hodgkins, John 


Wallis, Jonathan 




Lannanan, Barnard 


Warner, William 


John W. Lowe, Sergeant 


Moore, John 


Webber, Ignatius, Jr. 


Levi Haskell, Sergeant 


Morse, Anthony 






Parsons, Nicholas G. 


Waiters. 


Privates. 


Parsons, Winthrop 


Burnham, Joshua 


Burnham, Benjamin M. 


Rust, William C. 


Turner, Abel 


Coffin, Tristram B. 


Smith, Nathaniel 





Capt. B. Haskell's Detached Company under General Hovey. 

From June 21 to Sept. IS, 1S14. Service at Gloucester. 



R.\NK AND Name. 


Bray, Daniel 


Millett, Benjamin 


Benjamin Haskell, Captain 


Bray, Moses 


Millett, Samuel R. 


Benjamin C. Sargent, Lieutenant 


Brookins, Samuel 


Morse, Moses 


Thomas Lufkin, Ensign 


Brown, Ephraim 


Norwood, Charles 




Brown, William 


Norwood, Ehas 


Charles Collins, Sergeant 


Choate, Humphrey 


Norwood, James 


Jacob Haskell, Sergeant 


Cram, John 


Parsons, John 


James Dennison, Sergeant 


Crowell, Samuel 


Parsons, Jonah, 3d 


Daniel Bobbins, Corporal 


Curtis, Benjamin 


Parsons, Thomas 


James W. Pierce, Corporal 


Dennen, Samuel 


Quimby, Daniel 


Roger Sargent, Corporal 


Elwell, William 


Riggs, Thomas 


John Wood, Corporal 


Gammage, Stephen 


Robbins, William 


Denmark Proctor, Musician 


Girdley, George 


Roberts, James 


Thomas Millett, Musician 


Goadv, William 


Roller, Pisquale 




Griffin, Tristram 


Roper, John 


Privates. 


Hall, John B. 


Sargent, Andrew 


Abbott, Nehemiah 


Hodgkins, David 


Sargent, Edward 


Adams, Ezekiel 


IngersoU, Joshua 


Sargent, Oliver 


Adams, Isaac 


Kemp, Joseph 


Sawyer, William 


Adams, Winthrop 


Knight, James 


Smith, Charles 


Allen, Abner 


Knight, James P. 


Stillman, Daniel 


Avery, Benjamin 


Lane, Stephen 


Turner, Leonard 


Ayres, John 


Lee, Aaron 


Williams, William 


Barrett, George S. 


Lee, Nathan 


Wilson, William 


Barrett, John 


Long, Charles 


Witham, William 


Bishop, John 


McCartney, William 





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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. B. Haskell's Detached Company, under Supervision of General Hovey. 

From Sept. 21 to November, 1814. Service at Gloucester. 



Rank and Name. 


Bray, Moses 


Norwood, Charles 


Benjamin Haskell, Captain 


Brown, Ephraim 


Norwood, Elias 


Benjamin C. Sargent, Lieutenant 


Brown, John 


Norwood, Jame.s 


Thomas Lufkin, Ensign 


Brown, William 


Parsons, John 




Choate, Humplu'ey 


Parsons, Jonathan 


Charles Collins, Sergeant 


Crowell, Samuel 


Parsons, Thomas 


Jacob Haskell, Sergeant 


Cm-tis, Benjamin 


Pew, Richard 


Nehemiah Abbott, Sergeant 


Dennon, Samuel 


Pulsifer, John 


Daniel Robbins, Sergeant 


Dennison, Jonah 


Quimby, Daniel 


Roger Sargent, Corporal 


Elwell, William 


Riggs, Thomas 


John Wood, Corporal 


Girdler, William 


Roberts, James 


William McCartney, Corporal 


Goday, William 


Robinson, William 


Thomas Millett, Corporal 


Griffin, Eliphalet 


Roller, Pisquale 


Demmack Proctor, Musician 


Griffin, Tristram 


Roper, John 


Oliver Sargent, Musician 


Hall, John B. 


Roper, John, 2d 




Hodgkins, David 


Rowe, William 


PiHvates. 


Ingersoll, Joshua 


Sargent, Andrew 


Adams, Ezekiel 


Kemp, Joseph 


Sargent, Edward 


Adams, Isaac 


Knight, James 


Sargent, George 


Adams, Wintlu-op 


Knight, James P. 


Sawj'er, James 


Allen, Abner 


Lane, Stephen 


Simonds, Andrew 


Avery, Benjamin 


Lang, Charles 


Smith, Charles W. 


Ayi'es, John 


Lee, Aaron 


Stillman, Daniel 


Badger, Daniel 


Lee, Nathan 


Webber, Joseph 


BaiTett, George S. 


Lloyd, John 


Williams, WiUiam 


Barrett, John 


Millett, Benjamin 


Wilson, Wilham 


Bishop, John 


Millett, Samuel 


Witham, William 


Bray, Daniel 


Morse, Moses 





Capt. M. Whittier's Company, Maj. R. Elwell's Regiment. 
From Sept. 14 to November, 1814. Raised at Ipswich. 



Rank and Name. 


Clark, WiUiam, 2d 


Lufkin, William 


Moses Whittier, Captain 


Davison, PUney 


Lull, John 


John Brown, Lieutenant 


Dennis, Thomas 


Lummus, John 


Robert Kimball, Ensign 


Dickerson, Darius 


Mace, John 




Dodge, Israel 


Manning, Joseph B. 


Ebenezer Harwood, Sergeant 


Dodge, John 


Ober, Daniel 


Joseph Lord, Sergeant 


Dodge, William 


Pearson, Amos 


Abel Andrews, Sergeant 


Durong, John 


Perkins, Nathaniel 


Havilah Dodge, Sergeant 


EUery, William 


Perkins, Stephen 


Moses Knowlton, Corporal 


ElweU, Isaac 


Pettingill, Moses 


Samuel Knsman, Corporal 


Giddings, Hemy 


Pliillips, James 


Samuel Andi'ews, Corporal 


Goldsborough, Asa 


Pickard, Nathaniel 


Joseph Hodgkins, Corporal 


Greenleaf, Edmund 


Pickard, Samuel 


Moses Perkins, Musician 


Grush, Philip 


Potter, Benjamin 


Moses Andrews, Musician 


Gurlcy, William 


Pulsifer, William 




Hardy, Phineas 


Ross, Frederick 


Privates. 


Hobson, Samuel 


Russell, William 


Andrews, Benjamin 


Hoyt, Daniel 


Rust, Moses 


Andi-ews, Charles 


Hull, William 


Smith, Aaron, 3d 


Baker, Asa 


Jewett, Eliphalet 


Smith, Thomas 


Bickford, Silas 


Jewett, Thomas 


SnelUng, Moses 


Bowden, Thomas 


Ivimball, Nathaniel 


Stanwood, Robert 


Burnham, Ehsha 


Kimball, Stephen 


Thompson, John 


Burnham, Ezra 


Kneeland, Aaron 


Thompson, William 


Burnham, Isaac 


Kneeland, John 


Vincent, Alatthew 


Burnham, Joshua 


Lakeman, WiUiam 


Welling, Michell 


Butman, John 


Lambert, Thomas 


Wells, John 


Champney, Joseph 


Leatherland, WiUiam 


Wells, Joseph 


Cheever, WiUiam 


Lee, Andrew 


Wells, Nathaniel B. 


Clark, Edward 


Lee, Edward 


Wise, John 


Clark, William 


Lord, Daniel 


Wyatt, Simon 



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Capt. S. Allen's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Hale's Regiment. 

From Sept. 30 to Oct. 4, 1814. Raised at Newbury. Service at Newbury. 



Rank and Name. 


Carlton, John 


Pillsbury, John 


Samuel Allen, Captain 


Clifford, Da\id 


Rand, Daniel 


James Carey, Lieutenant 


Farley, John D. 


Robertson, John 


Asa Chamberlin, Ensign 


Floyd, Patrick 


Rogers, Ezekiel 




Floyd, Silas 


Rogers, Gideon 


Benjamin Lunt, Sergeant 


Gould, John 


Rogers, James 


Enoch Jaques, Sergeant 


Haysen, Daniel C. 


Rogers, Joseph 


Elias Hunt, Sergeant 


Ho>^, Joseph 


Rogers, Oliver 


Henry C. Jaques, Sergeant 


Ilsey, Wade 


Rogers, Theodore 




JaJ^les, Charles 


Safford, Samuel 


Privates. 


Lunt, Daniel A. 


Sargent, Stephen 


Babb, Nathaniel 


Noyes, John 


Sargent, William 


Bartlett, Moses 


Page, Richard 


Tenney, Benjamin T. 


Battice, Joseph 


Pearson, Nathaniel 


Thompson, John 


Berry, George, 2d 


PillsbuiT, Amos 


Titcomb, John 


Campbell, George 


Pillsburj', Daniel 





Capt. E. Emery's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Hale's Regiment. 

From Sept. 30 to Oct. 4, 1814. Raised at Newbury. Service at Newbury. 



Rank and Name. 


Baily, James 


Morss, Joseph 


Eliphalet Emery, Captain 


Bartlet, James 


Morss, Moses 


Benjamin Stanwood, Lieutenant 


Bartlet, William 


Morss, Saul 


Nicholas Emery, Ensign 


Burnham, Moses 


Noyes, Thomas 




Chase, John 


Plummer, Nathaniel 


Cornelius C. Felton, Sergeant 


Da\ds, James 


Ridgway, Joseph 


Nicholas Durgen, Sergeant 


Davis, Saul 


Rogers, Thomas 


Henry Mowatt, Sergeant 


Farrington, Ebenezer 


Sawj'er, Saul 


Stephen M. Emery, Sergeant 


Gould, Samuel 


Tewksberry, Isaac 




Greenleaf, Abner 


Tibbits, Aaron 


Privates. 


Howell, Robert 




Atwood, Saul 


Merrill, Charles 




Baily, Abner 


Moody, Charles 





Capt. R. Heath's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Hale's Regiment. 

From Sept. 3 to Oct. 12, 1814. Company served 2 and 4 days between these dates. Service at Newbury. 



Rank and Name. 


Chase, Thomas 


Marshall, Jolm 


Richard Heath, Captain 


Clark, Henry 


McKinstry, Wilham 


John Osgood, Lieutenant 


Dole, Enoch 


Men-ill, Laban 


Saul Tenney, Ensign 


Dole, Greenleaf 


Morss, Amos 




Downer, Daniel 


North, Edmund 


Benjamin Brown, Sergeant 


Eaton, Jonathan 


Noyes, Enoch 


George Gordon, Sergeant 


Emery, Jacob 


Ordway, William 


Daniel Moulton, Sergeant 


FoUansbee, Enoch 


Richardson, David 


WiUiam Noyes, Sergeant 


Follansbee, John 


Richardson, John, Jr. 


Moses Brown, Musician 


Follansbee, Newman 


Rogers, Abner 


Benjamin Caldwell, Musician 


Goodrich, David 


Rogers, David 


Thomas H. Chase, Musician 


Greenough, Parker 


Sanders, Jedediah 




Heath, Dudly 


Sawj'er, John 


Privates. 


Hills, Edmun 


Sealy, Edward 


Bailey, Daniel 


Hills, Eliphalet 


Short, Sewell 


Bailey, Samuel, 3d 


Home, Ejjhraim B. 


Siloway, Daniel 


Bailey, Tappan 


Ilsey, William 


Smith, Caleb 


Baily, Daniel C. 


Jaynes, Moody 


Smith, James 


Baker, Gideon 


Jaynes, Moses 


Smith, Saul W. 


Bootman, Ehas 


Ladd, John 


Titcomb, Benarah 


Brickctt, Moody 


Little, Jolui 


Wadleigh, Benjamin 


Bm-rows, George 


Little, Stephen M. 




Chase, Daniel 


Love joy, Abiel 





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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1S12. 



Capt. T. Lancaster's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Hale's Regiment. 

From Sept. 30 to Oct. 4, 1814. Service at Newbury. 



R.\NK AND Name. 


Privates. 


Merrill, Thomas, 3d 


Thomas Lancaster, Captain 


Adams, Richard 


Nichols, Edmund 


John Remiek, Lieutenant 


Babb, Solomon 


Page, Henry 


John Merrill, Ensign 


Brown, John 0. W. 


Pellion, John 




Coffin, .John, 2d 


Reed, David 


Jacob Merrill, Sergeant 


Coffin, Joseph 


Stiles, Joseph 


Oliver Hall, Sergeant 


Coleman, Daniel T. 


Tappan, Edward 


Saul Woodman, Sergeant 


Cresev, Michel 


Webb, Nicholas B. 


Eliphalet Hall, Sergeant 


Dix, Jonas 


Wood, Amos 


Timothy Gordon, Corporal 


Emery, Paul 




James Miltemore, Corporal 


Kent, John 




John Miltemore, Corporal 


Kinston, Abner 




Enoch Merrill, Musician 


Kinston, Tappan 




Charles Flanders, Musician 


Land or Sand, Saul 





Capt. S. Merrill's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Hale's Regiment. 

From Sept. 30 to Oct. 4, 1814. Raised at Newbury. Service at Newbury. 



Rank and Name. 


Davis, Oliver 


Nelson, D. 


Samuel Merrill, Captain 


Davis, Richard 


Noyes, Joshua 


Josiah Titcomb, Lieutenant 


Dole, Enoch 


Pearson, Abel 


John Northond, Ensign 


Dole, Jacob 


Pearson, Henry 




Dole, Jedediah 


Pike, Moses 


Stephen Adams, Sergeant 


Dow, James 


Poor, Benjamin 


Greenleaf Tilton, Sergeant 


Dimimer, Joshua 


Poor, David 


Charles Dennet, Sergeant 


Dummer, Samuel 


Poor, Eliphalet 


Cookam T. Tenney, Sergeant 


Floyd, Enoch 


Poor, Enoch 


Obadiah Hill, Corporal 


Gray, Frederick 


Ramsey, Charles 


Samuel Scribner, Corporal 


Hill, John 


Roberts, John A. 


Daniel Noyes, Corporal 


Hills, Charles 


Rogers, Daniel 




Jackman, Joseph N. 


Shute, Aaron 


Privates. 


Jewet, David 


Thurlow, John 


Adams, Giles 


Jewet, Isaiah 


Thurlow, Parker G. 


BmTill, Patrick 


Jewet, Robert 


Thurlow, Samuel 


Cheaney, Abner N. 


Low, David 


Woodman, Stephen 


Cheaney, Jonathan 


McMaster, Adams 




Davis, John, 2d 


Moody, William 





Capt. P. Ordway's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Hale's Regiment. 

From Sept. 30 to Oct. 4, 1814. Raised at Newbury. Service at Newbury. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Merrill, William, 3d 


Peter Ordway, Captain 


Bartlet, Charles 


Moulton, William 


George Little, Lieutenant 


Bartlet, David 


Ordway, Benjamin, 2d 


Nathaniel Ordway, Ensign 


Bartlet, Isaac 


Ordway, James 




Bartlet, Israel 


Ordway, Moses 


Stephen R. Fox, Sergeant 


Bartlet, William 


Ordway, Richard 


John Ordney or Ordward, Sergeant 


Burrill, Anthony 


Parsons, David 


Eliphalet Rendal, Sergeant 


Burrill, James 


Parsons, Samuel 


Jacob Chase, Sergeant 


Chapman, Hemy 


Poor, Samuel 


John Bouster, Corporal 


Chase, Amos 


Poor, Thomas 


John England, Corporal 


Chase, Josiah 


Rogers, William 


Hem-y Chase, Corporal 


Jackman, Mathias, 3d 


Severance, Rufus 


Moses Low, Corporal 


Jackman, Noah 


Spendergast, Thomas 


Eben Poor, Musician 


Jackman, Samuel 


Stevens, William 


John Poor, Musician 


Merrill, Enoch 


Wicker, David 



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Capt. D. Smith's Company, Lieut. CoL E. Hale's Regiment. 

From Sept. 30 to Oct. 4, ISU. Service at Newbury. 



Rank .\nd Name. 


Flovd, Moses 


Page, Insley 


Daniel Smith, Captain 


Goodwin, Joseph 


Pettengill, David 


Stephen Plummer, Lieutenant 


Halmer, Benjamin 


Pettengill, Moses 


Stephen Little, Ensign 


Hewston, Benjamin 


Plummer, David 




Isley, Paul 


Plummer, Isaiah 


Aaron Rogere, Sergeant 


Kent, Joseph, 2d 


Plummer, Joseph 


Michael Little, Sergeant 


Knight, James 


Plummer, William 


William Brown, Sergeant 


Ilnight, John 


Plummer, WilUam, Jr. 




Knight, Joseph 


Robbins, John 


Privates. 


Knight, Moses 


Rolf, Moses 


Adams, Eben 


Knight, Silas 


Russell, Saul 


Adams, Eli 


Knight, William 


Short, Henry 


Adams, Hanson H. 


Leigh, Benjamin 


Smith, Lemuel, .3d 


Adams, John 


Leighton, Richard 


Smith, Richard 


Adams, Joseph, 3d 


Lunt, Richard 


Stickney, Charles 


Bartlett, Richard 


Lunt, Saul 


Sweet, William 


Blake, Jespar 


Mace, Joshua 


Taylor, Nathan 


Brav, James 


Mago-mi, Joseph 


Thomas, Joseph M. 


Buswell, John 


Noyes, John 




Dole, Enoch 


Noyes, Peter 





Capt. J. Woodwell's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Hale's Regiment. 

From Sept. 30 to Oct. 4, 1S14. Raised at Newbury. Service at Newbury. 



\ 



Rank and Name. 


Coffin, Saul 


Hall, Benjamin W. 


John Woodwell, Captain 


Coher, William 


Hall, AVilliam 


Enoch Hall, Ensign 


Collins, WiUiam 


Jackman, Richard 




Floyd, Enos 


Janvim or Javim, Joseph 


David Pearson, Sergeant 


Goodwin, Amos 


Morse, Joseph 


Michell Stevens, Sergeant 


Goodwin, Daniel 


Pettengill, Cuttm 




Goodwin, Josiah 


Pettengill, Nathaniel 


Privates. 


Goodwin, Major 


Pierce, Enoch 


Atkinson, Benjamin 


Goodwin, Nathaniel 


Stevens, Moses 


Ayers, David 


Goodwin, Saul 


Thvu-low, James 


Bayley, Thomas 


Goodwin, Thomas 


Thmiow, Joseph 


Chase, Moses, 3d 


Greenleaf, Jacob 


WilUs, Daniel 


Clark, John T. 


Griffin, Mark 


Woodwell, Gideon 



Capt. A. Caldwell's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Merrill's Regiment. 

From Oct. 5 to Oct. 6, 1S14. Service at Newburyport. 



Rank and Name. 
Alexander Caldwell, Captain 
Reuben W. Rogers, Ensign 

Eben Bradbury, Sergeant 
Jacob Griffin, Sergeant 
William Satchel, Sergeant 

Privates. 
Baker, Enos 
Bassett, Nathaniel 
Bradley, Harrison 



Caldwell, John 


Skeels, Anias 


CaldweU, William 


Smith, Ephraim 


Cass, Moses 


Stone, Thomas B. 


Cross, Ralph 


■^Sumner, Michel 


GUnes, John 


Wadleigh, Benjamin H. 


Hills, Joshua 


Welch, William 


Marden, William 


Wentworth, Joseph 


Morse, Peter 


Whitmore, William 


Newman, Benjamin, Jr. 


Whood, Samuel 


'Peters, Richard 


Wilson, Joseph, Jr. 


Putman, Joseph 


Woodman, Joseph 


Rogers, WilUam 





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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. N. CofHn's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Merrill's Regiment. 

From Oct. 5 to Oct. 7, 1814. Service at Newburyport. 



Rank and Name. 


Burk, William 


Ordwav, Stephen 




Nathaniel Coffin, Captain 


Campbell, James 


Pettingill, Jonathan 




John Dodge, .Jr., Lieutenant 


Cook, Thomas D. 


Piper, Joseph 




Joseph H. Currier, Ensign 


Couch, William 


Poor, Isaac 






Currier, Samuel 


Post, Peter 




James Young, Sergeant 


Davis, Charles 


Spiller, Daniel 






Kloot, William 


Stanwood, William 




Privates. 


Knap, Joseph, Jr. 


Walch, Ebenezer 




Bricket, Nathan A. 


Lasky, Joseph 






Brown, Walter 


March, Nathaniel 







Capt. C. Greenleaf's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Merrill's Regiment. 
From Oct. S to Oct. 7, 1814. Service at Newburyport. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Huse, John 


Charles Greenleaf, Captain 


Barber, Benjamin 


Middleton, WilUam 


Solomon Foster, Ensign 


Cole, Moses 


Morse, Men'ill 




Cook, Charles 


Page, John 


Thomas Brown, Sergeant 


Davenport, William 


Pike, Joseph 


Henry Hudson, Sergeant 


Davis, William 


Stephens, John 




Doggett, Joseph 


Taylor, Joseph 




Donell, Frederic W. 


Wilson, William K. 


-v 


Foreman, Amos 





Capt. N. Pierce's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Merrill's Regiment. 
From Oct. 5 to Oct. 7, 1814. Service at Newburyport. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Moulton, Jonathan 


Nicholas Pierce, Captain 


Brown, John 


Prince, Samuel 


Joseph Cook, Ensign 


Dodge, John 


Smith, Daniel 




Hale, Moses 


Tabbott or Talbot, Nathaniel 


H. G. Britton, Sergeant 


Hodge, Nathaniel 


Tenison, William 


Saul Stevens, Sergeant 


Hoyt, John 


Woodman, Nathaniel 


Silas Rogers, Sergeant 


More, Moses 





Capt. J. T. Pike's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Merrill's Regiment. 

From Oct. 5 to Oct. 7, 1814. Service at Newburyport. 



Rank and Name. 


Chase, Daniel 


Pearson, Thomas 


James T. Pike, Captain 


Chase, Saul 


Plummer, Joseph 


Abner Pearson, Lieutenant 


Coffin, John 


Plummer, Thomas 


Benjamin Greeley, Ensign 


Cross, Heaton 


Prichard, Jacob 




Edmunds, William 


Rand, Isaac 


Charles Hunt, Sergeant 


Elder, Joseph 


Shaw, William 


Thomas B. White, Sergeant 


Ellis, Helita 


Short, Charles 


Richard Evans, Sergeant 


Foot, J. L. 


Short, George 


Jonathan Wood, Sergeant 


Ford, Samuel D. 


Short, Joseph, Jr. 


John Butman, Musician 


Frothingham, Henry 


Smith, Tustin 


Joel Smith, Musician 


Furnald, Joseph 


Spring, Lewins 




Gordon, Robert 


Sjiring, Samuel 


Privates. 


Hastings, William 


Todd, Francis 


Berry, Edward 


Kimball, William, Jr. 


Tupper, Joseph 


Burnham, William D. 


Mace, John 


Wheeler, Saul 


Butler, Charles 


Peabody, George 


Woodbridge, 



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Capt. E. Plummer's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Merrill's Regiment. 

From Oct. 5 to Oct. 7, 1814. Raised at Newburyport. Service at Newburyport. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Noyes, Ebenezer 




Enoch Plummer, Captain 


Bayley, Moses 


Noyes, Robert 




Jonathan Cooledge, Lieutenant 


Brown, J., Jr. 


Packer, Edward 






Brown, Joseph, 3d 


Packer, George 




WiUiam Wood, Sergeant 


Brown, Samuel 


Pearson, Robert 




Benjamin Pidgin, Corporal 


Burbant, Jonathan M. 


Racklyft, Edmund 




Nathaniel Flanders, Corporal 


Flanders, John 


Silliwaj', Joseph 




Joseph T. Chase, Corporal 


Flanders, Nehcmiah , 


Somcrby, Thomas, Jr. 




Benjamin Stearns, Musician 


Flanders, William 


Tliompson, George 


« 


Charles F. Racklyft, Musician 


Hobert, Thomas 


Titcomb, Edward 






Horton, J. 


Trusdall, Artemas W. 






Moore, William 


Wells, Richard 






Morrison, Hem-y 







Capt. P. Titcomb's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Merrill's Regiment. 

From Oct. 5 to Oct. 7, 1814. Service at Newburyport. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Pardee, Benjamin 




Paul Titcomb, Captain 


Bartlett, Richard M. 


Perkins, Anthony 




John Chickering, Lieutenant 


Bishop, Paul 


Porter, John 




Charles H. Black, Ensign 


Black, William 


Rogers, George 






Boardman, William 


Scott, John 




Eleazer Johnson, Jr., Sergeant 


Call, Jonathan, Jr. 


Shaw, William 




Jonathan Johnson, Sergeant 


Coffin, George 


Smith, Anthony 




Benjamin G. Sweetser, Sergeant 


Colley, 


Spaulding, Oliver 




Joseph Gardner, Musician 


Davenport, Charles 


Stedman, Ebenezer 




John G. Stall, Musician 


FoUansbee, Nathan 


Street, Edmund 




John Carlton, Musician 


Gordon, Charles 


Swain, Jacob 




Leonard Philip, Musician 


Greeuleaf, George 


Tappan, Jeremiah P. 






Greenleaf, John 


Tilton, Steplien 






Johnson, Abel 


Wheelright, Ebenezer 






Johnson, Philip, Jr. 


Whipple, Charles 






Johnson, William P. 







Capt. A. Williams' Company, Lieut. Col. P. Merrill's Regiment. 

From Oct. 5 to Oct. 11, 1814. Company served 2 days between these dates. Service at Newburyport. 



Rank and Name. 


Chase, J., Jr. 


Moreson, Thomas 


Abraham Williams, Captain 


Emerson, Charles 


Ordway, Moses 




Goodwin, Ephraim 


Pearson, Charles 


Charles Pillsbury, Sergeant 


Hervy, David 


Plunmier, Tristram 




Kent, Benjamin 


Stickney, Joseph 


Privates. 


Lufkin, Caleb 


True, Ezekiel 


Batcheldore, Joseph 


Merrill, James 


Warner, Nathaniel 


Brown, Orlando 


Mitchell, William 


Wood, J. 



Capt. J. Stickney's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Merrill's Regiment. 

From Oct. 7 to Oct. 11, 1814. Service at Newburyport. 



Rank and Name. 


Joseph Buntin, Sergeant 


Hoel Smith, Musician 


.Jacob Stickney, Captain 


William Bartlet, Sergeant 


Moses Bailey, Musician 


David Lufkin, Lieutenant 


William Young, Corporal 


Samuel Walter, Musician 


Charles Hodge, Ensign 


Joseph Aubin, Corporal 




Samuel Hoyt, Quartermaster 


Charles Cok or Cook, Corporal 


Privates. 




James Francis, Corporal 


Adams, H. 


Jeremiah Wheelright, Sergeant 


David Lake, Musician 


Bassett, Christopher 


Green Johnson, Sergeant 


John Putnam, Musician 


Blanchard, Jeremiah 



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Capt. J. Stickney's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Merrill's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Hall, Charles 


Nowell, Silas 


Boardman, Thomas 


Haskell, David 


Park, Isaac 


Boddely, .John 


Haskell, Enoch 


Parsons, Joseph 


Brown, Nathan 


Howard, William 


Stallard, Thomas 


Coffin, David, Jr. 


Kilborne, George, Jr. 


Stone, John 


Couch, .John 


Kilborne, Robert 


Stover, Joseph 


Cummings, James 


Knap, Jacob 


Swasey, Samuel 


Dennis, Amos 


Knight, Amos 


Tilton, Daniel 


Dole, John 


Lattimore, Nicholas 


Titcomb, John H. 


Friend, William 


Lawson, William 


Titcomb, Jonathan 


Furlong, Henry 


Livingston, Alexander 


Toppen, Benjamin, Jr. 


Gerrish, Enoch 


Lovell, Joseph 


Welch, Jonathan C. 


Gerrish, Mayo 


Nathan, Stephen 


Young, John 


Grind, Joseph 


Norton, WiUiam B. 





Lieut. J. Moody's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Merrill's Regiment. 

From Oct. 5 to Oct. 7, 1814. Service at Newburyport. 



Rank and Name. 


Chase, William 


Haskell, Joseph 


John Moody, Lieutenant 


Clark, Saul 


Hyatt, Benjamin, Jr. 




Currier, Edward 


Jackson, Henry 


Jacob Noyes, Sergeant 


Currier, Mathew, Jr. 


Pease, James 


Richard Hooker, Sergeant 


Dodge, Saul 


Perkins, John 


Nathaniel Greely, Sergeant 


Dunt, Micajah 


Short, Nicholas 


Thomas Davis, Sergeant 


Foster, Daniel, Jr. 


Somerby, Arthur 




Frye, Joshua 


Tiney or Finney, John 


Privates. 


Green, John 


Todd, Thomas 


Atwood, Zacheriah 


Hall, Thomas 


Wells, John, Jr. 


Boardman, Stephen 


Hall, William 





Lieut. J. Chickering's Detachment. 

From Oct. 8 to Nov. 7, 1814. Service at Newburj-port. 



Rank and Name. 


Call, Moses 


Lunt, Samuel 




John Chickering, Lieutenant 


Chase, John, Jr. 


Marden, William 






Emery, Moses 


Noyes, Amos, Jr. 




Franklin Gerrish, Sergeant 


Farley, John Dennis 


Peaison, Henry 




Nathaniel Flanders, Corporal 


Gall, Daniel 


Pressey, John 




Joseph Morrell, Coiporal 


Gardner, Robert 


Smith, Samuel 


. 


Richard Page, Musician 


Goodwin, Levi 


Smith, William 






Hall, William 


Somerby, Enoch 




Privates. 


Kilburn, Jedediah 


Stevens, Michel 




Brown, John 


Kloot, William 


Vickery, William 




Brown, Joseph 


Lasky, Joseph 







Lieut. J. Goodwin's Detachment, Lieut. CoL P. Merrill's Regiment. 

From Nov. 7 to Dec. 7, 1814. Raised at Newburyport. Service at Newburyport. 



Rank and Name. 


Blaisdell, John, 3d 


Merrill, John, 4th 


John Goodwin, Lieutenant 


Bush, William 


Nichols, James 




Chase, Charles 


Noyes, John M. 


Jacob Griffin, Sergeant 


Chase, William 


Ordway, Samuel 


Stephen Bartlet, Corporal 


Connor, William 


Parker, Edward 


Nathaniel Rogers, Musician 


Eaton, Jeremiah 


Pearson, Robert 


Charles Flanders, Musician 


Flanders, Enoch 


Pickman, Levi 


John Gerrish, Musician 


Hoyt, Moses 


Racklifft, Charles F. 




Ilsey, Wade 


Robbins, James 


Privates. 


Kent, Henry 


Silloway, William 


Adams, Ely 


Lowell, Joseph 


Wells, Daniel 


Bartlett, Charles 


Men ill, Jacob 





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Lieut. G. Little's Detachment, Lieut. Col. P. Merrill's Regiment. 

From Dec. 7 to Dec. 13, 1814. Raised at Newburyport. Service at Newburyport. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Gall, Daniel 


George Little, Lieutenant 


Adams, Richard 


Goodwin, Thomas 




Atwood, Samuel 


Lowell, Joseph 


True G. Graves, Sergeant 


Bartlet, Gideon 


McCrelles, Reuben 


Walter Brown, Corporal 


Burrell, James 


Packer or Parker, George 


Philip Butler, Corporal 


Chase, William, Jr. 


Reed, Caleb 


John Morrell, Jr., Musician 


Cotes, James S. 


Rogers, Henry 


Moses Brown, Jr., Musician 


Donniel, Frederic 


Rogers, Michel 




Emerson, Charles 


Saunders, William 




Evans, John, Jr. 


Wells, Daniel, Jr. 




Flanders, Nehemiah 


Weston. Luther 




Foot, James 





Capt. S. Madge's Company. 

From Sept. 13 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Lynn and vicinity. Service at Fort Lee, Salcni. "The town of Lynn, with its accustomed liber- 
ality, voted to allow each officer and soldier detached from the town $10 a month in addition to the pay allowed by the government while 
in the service of the United States." 



Rank and Name. 


Chase, Charles 


Noyes, John 


Samuel Mudge, Captain 


Clements, Ephraim 


Odgson, Robert 


Asa Tapley, Lieutenant 


Clements, Henry 


Orgin, Isaac 


Amos Iving, Lieutenant 


Collier, Isaac 


Osgood, Robert B. 




Collier, John 


Poor, James 


Alonzo Lewis, Sergeant 


Curtis, Nehemiah 


Putnam, Elbridge 


Peter Da\ds, Sergeant 


Dix, John 


Quiner, Benjamin 


Michael Knowlton, Sergeant 


Dodge, Enos 


Ramsdale, Shadrack 


David Day, Sergeant 


Evans, James 


Randall, John M. 


George Atwell, Corporal 


Foster, Stephen A. 


Richards, Joseph 


William Kelly, Corporal 


Frothingham, Caleb 


Robinson, George 


David Hill, Corporal 


Gardner, John 


Ropes, Henry 


Philip S. Segar, Corporal 


Gardner, John, 4th 


Safford, Thomas 


Shadrach Ramsdell, Musician 


Glidden, John 


Sargent, Levi 


Isaac Orgin, Jr., Musician 


Hemuan, John 


Smethhurst, Benjamin 




Higsbee, Lemuel 


Stevens, Moses 


Privates. 


Hudson, Thomas B. 


Steward, Joseph R. 


Abbott, Nathaniel 


Jackman, William 


Tabor, David 


Alley, Henry 


Knowlton, Benjamin 


Towns, Samuel 


Bachelder, John 


Lee, Benjamin 


Turner, John 


Barns, John 


Lee, John 


Twist, Joshua 


Blanchard, Nathaniel 


Long, Samuel 


Webbs, John, 2d 


Bright, Thomas 


IMansfield, Nathaniel B. 


Wilson, William 


Brookhouse, Daniel W. 


Mansise, John A. 


Winchester, Bancroft 


Brooks, Benjamin 


Martin, Thomas 


Woodberry, Moses 


Brown, John 


Masury, Jolm 


Wright, George 


Buckman, John 


Mclntire, Jeremiah 




Bunker, Elisha 


Noyes, Abraham 





Capt. I. Storey's Company, Colonel Reed's Regiment. 

From June to August and Sept. 22 to Oct. 13, 1S14. This company served as a watch at Marblehead and vicinitj', mostly in the night, 

various times (7, 12 and 14 days). 



Rank ant) Name. 


Samuel D. Turner, Sergeant 


Privates. 


Isaac Storey, Captain 


Benjamin Homan, Corporal 


Adams, Nicholas G. 


John H. Gregory, Lieutenant 


Nathaniel Philips, Corporal 


Adams, Samuel R. 


William H. Reynolds, Ensign 


Thomas Martin, Corporal 


Barthol, John 




Jacob Hooper, Corporal 


Bartlet, Eli 


Moses Goldthwait, Sergeant 


Abel Gardner, Musician 


Bartlet, Joseph B. 


Nathaniel Chapman, Sergeant 


Ichabod Phillips, Musician 


Bartlet, William 


John Reynolds, Sergeant 


Samuel Homan, Musician 


Bray, Edward 



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Capt. I. Storey's Company, Colonel Reed's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Hooker, John 


Putman, John 




Brown, Abraham 


Hunt, William 


Randall, Benjamin R." 




Carrol, John 


IngalLs, John 


Reynolds, Abel 




Cask, James 


Johnson, John 


Sevars, Benjamin 




Cole, Richard 


Johnson, WiUiam W. 


Skinner, John 




Cole, William 


Knight, Benjamin 


Smith, James P. 




Cuching, Joseph 


Leeran, William 


Smithers, Gamaliel 




Deveraux, Elisha S. 


Lyons, Thomas 


Stone, Isaac 




Dickerman, Samuel 


Martin, James 


Stone, Simeon 




Graves, Blaney 


Martin, Knott 


Swisder, Eben T. 




Green, John 


Merritt, Francis 


Thompson, Amos 




Gregory, James 


Nicholson, Thomas 


Thompson, Charles D. 




Harris, John 


Nugan, Thomas 


Thompson, John 




Harris, Robert, 3d 


Pappoon, Solomon 


Valentine, Benjamin T. 




High, John 


Peach, John 


Wadder, Andrew C. 




Homan, Nathaniel 


Phillips, John 


Wornestead, Benjamin 




Horaan, PhiUp C. 


Prentis, John 






""^oman, William 


Prince, John 







Lieut. S. Horton's Company, Lieut. Col. B. S. Reed's Regiment. 

From Sept. 22 to Oct. 13, 1814. Service at Marblehead. 



Rank and Name. 


Felton, Francis 


PhiUips, WiUiam 


Samuel Horton, Captain 


Foss, Samuel 


Picket, Moses 


Thomas Bridges, Lieutenant 


Francis, Bartholomew 


Powers, John 




Francis, James 


Powers, Thomas 


Nathaniel Adams, Sergeant 


Gale, Thomas 


Preble, Nehemiah 


Daniel Patten, Sergeant 


Grant, John 


Putnam, William 


Joshua Prentiss, 3d, Sergeant 


Graves, Blaney 


Quinn, John 


Samuel Rogers, Sergeant 


Graves, Christopher 


RamsdeU, Benjamin 


Joseph Gregory, Musician 


Graves, Samuel 


Roundy, Thomas 


Richard Phillips, Musician 


Hardy, John 


Russell, John 




Harris, William 


Russell, Joseph 


Privates. 


Hathway, James 


Shirley, John 


Baker, George 


Hathway, Joseph 


Snow, Thomas 


Bartlett, John 


Hathway, WilUam 


Stone, Joseph 


Bartlett, Nathaniel 


Hawks, WilUam 


Stone, Nehemiah 


Bartlett, Peter 


Hitchins, Samuel 


Sweet, John 


Bartlett, William 


Hooper, John 


Sweet, Stephen 


Boardman, Thomas 


Ingalls, Joseph 


Swet, Richard 


Bowler, Caleb 


Ireson, Benjamin 


Thomson, Jonathan 


Bowler, James 


Knight, Samuel 


Thomson, Richard L. 


Brown, Ailam 


Lamprell, Simon 


Thomer, Jacob 


Brown, Peter 


Laskey, James 


Tucker, John 


Brown, Thomas, 3d 


Lemaster, George 


Tucker, Joseph 


Butnam, John 


Luckey, Azor 


Tucker, Nicholas 


Caswell, Richard 


Luscomb, Andrew 


Tucker, Thomas 


Clough, Samuel 


Lyon, Thomas 


Twisden, Ebenezer L. 


Cole, Richard 


Mallett, Thomas 


Valentine, Benjamin 


Cole, William 


Merritt, Francis 


Vickery, Benjamin 


Cox, James 


Moulton, Jonathan 


Warner, John 


Curtis, Jesse 


Muckford, Samuel 


White, John 


Davis, Thomas 


Paine, Francis 


Widger, Thomas 


Deimis, John 


Patten, John H. 


Widger, William 


Doak, Michel 


Pearson, Robert 


Woodbridge, Samuel G. 


Dolibber, William 


Pedrick, John B. 


Wornstead, Benjamin 


Elkins, Thomas 


Pedrick, WilUam 


Wright, Peter 


Elliot, William 


Perry, George 


WjTiian, Luke 


Farrow, Timothy 


Pliiliips, Joseph 





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Lieut. Col. A. Binney's Regiment. 

Ten days between Sept. 12 and Oct. 10, 1814. Service at Boston. 



Field and Staff. 
Amos Binney, Lieutenant Colonel, 

ton 
Barzilla Hudson, Major, Boston 
Zachariah Hall, Major, Chelsea 
Samuel Clark, Adjutant, Boston 



Bos- 



Oliver Eldridge, Quartermaster, Boston 
Stephen Gushing, Paymaster, Boston 
William Ingalls, Surgeon, Boston 
Benjamin Reed, Surgeon's Mate, Boston 
J. A. Merrill, Chaplain, Boston 



Noncommissioned Staff. 
Edward W. Haws, Sergeant Major 
Samuel Withington, Quartermaster Ser- 
geant 



Capt. M. Ames' Company, Lieut. Col. A. Binney's Regiment. 

From Sept- 12 to Oct. 10, 1814. Raised at Boston. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Beeton, John 


Lance, John 


Moses Ames, Captain 


Belcher, William 


Lerow, Charles 


Levi Brigham, Lieutenant 


Billings, Jabez 


Lingfield, William 


Nathaniel Richards, Ensign 


Bissell, Harvey 


McCurdy, Jesse 




Blanchard, Edward 


Mercy, Joseph 


Joseph Randall, Sergeant 


Blanchard, Lemuel 


Miller, Joseph 


Daniel Hastings, Sergeant 


Blanchard, Samuel 


Miltimore, James 


Michael Thombs, Sergeant 


Bright, James 


Owen, Chauncey 


Daniel Wood, Sergeant 


Bruce, George 


Parker, Benjamin M. 


Reuben Reed, Corporal 


Clapp, Edward 


Parker, Davis 


William Mitchell, Corporal 


Clapp, Martin 


Parris, John 


Isaac D. Richards, Corporal 


Cutler, James 


Phelps, Lilly 


Solomon Walker, Corporal 


Dixon, Edward 


Pollard, George 


Sheldon Perry, Musician 


Dunn, Jonathan 


Raymond, Stephen 


Daniel Simpson, Musician 


Field, Josiah 


Rice, Solomon 




Fitz, William 


Richards, Reuben 


Privates. 


French, William 


Sawtell, Calvin 


Allen, Asa 


Gordan, William 


Smith, Rufus 


Allen, Thomas 


Gray, Asa 


Standley, Phineas 


Bailey, John 


Hill, Samuel 


Talbot, John 


Baker, Abel P. 


Hobbs, John L. 


Thwing, Thomas 


Ballard, George 


Holbrook, Royal 


Whiting, Kimball 


Bass, Charles 


Humphries, John 


Wilson, Jesse 


Bates, Ira 


Humphries, Thomas 


Wood, Nehemiah 


Beckland, Rodney 


Jennison or Lennison, Asa 


Wright, Edmund, Jr. 



Capt. D. Dunton's Company, Lieut. Col. A. Binney's Regiment. 

Between Sept. 12 and Oct. 10, 1814. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Adams, Samuel 


Hastings, Nathaniel 


Daniel Dunton, Captain (3 days) 


At wood, Richard 


Hasty, William 


Jacob Howe, Lieutenant (10 days) 


Baldwin, Phineas P. 


Holbrook, Joseph 


Joseph Lewis, Ensign (10 days) 


Barber, John 


Holden, Thomas 




Barber, Samuel 


Hopkins, Freeman 


Bartlett Stoddard, Sergeant 


Barnes, John 


Howe, John 


Richard Hosea, Sergeant 


Bass, WiUiam W. 


Jay, William 


John Castle, Sergeant 


Beal, Isaac (10 days) 


Jones, George 


Natlianiel Hobbs, Sergeant 


Berbeck, John 


Kepler, Jeremiah 


Abraham Lambert, Corporal 


Berbeck, \\'illiam 


King, Joseph 


Benjamin Dodd, Corporal 


Blake, \\'illiam 


Lewis, Amos 


Horace Bernard, Corporal 


Boardman, Thomas 


Lewis, John 


George Andrews, Corporal 


Bridge, Mathew 


Lincoln, George 


Sheldon Perry, Musician 


Briiitnall, Charles 


Lock, Jonathan 


Samuel Parsons, Musician 


Cobb, William D. 


Loring, John (10 days) 




Devens, John 


Lovejoy, Perkins 


Privates. 


Faxon, Nathaniel 


Marsh, David 


Abbott, Joseph 


Fisher, Benjamin (4 days) 


McFarland, Duncan 


Adams, Charles 


Hall, Benjamin 


McLane, Joseph 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1S12. 



Capt. D. Dunton's Company, Lieut. CoL A. Binney's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — 


Concluded. 


Ralph, Daniel (8 days) 


Studley, Warren 


Newcomb, Charles 




Reed, Benjamin 


Tompkins, Lemuel 


Osborn, George 




Rodgers, William 


Tucker, AVoodard 


Pach, William 




Rum well, Joseph 


Tuttle, John 


Page, Benjamin (10 days) 


Sherman, James 


Wade, John 


Palfrev, George 




Smith, Samuel 


White, Asa 


Park, William 




Snow, Amasa 


AVilcot, Joseph 


Parker, Samuel 




Spead, Robert 


Williams, John 


Potter, David 




Stedman, Calvin 


Williston, James 


Priest, Isaac D. 




Stickney, John 


Williston, Samuel 


Putnam, Lewis 




Stowell, Isaiah 





Capt. G. Fairbanks' Company, Lieut. CoL A. Binney's Regiment. 

Ten days between Sept. 12 and Oct. 10, lSl-1. Raised at Boston. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Cuttei, Samuel 


Laughton, William 


Gerry Fairbanks, Captain 


Donnett, C. M. 


Liscomb, John G. 


Caleb Hartshorn, Lieutenant 


Dow, Amos 


Locke, William 


James Scott, Ensign 


Farnum, Thomas 


Longley, Thomas 




Feaiing, Gushing 


Martin, James P. 


Isaac Rowse, Sergeant 


Fillebrown, Asa 


Mickell, Thomas 


Tisdale Lothrop, Sergeant 


Fillebrown, James 


Muzzy, John 


Samuel As linwall, Sergeant 


Fish, Eliakim 


Norton, John 


Benjamin B. Carney, Sergeant 


FLshcr, Jabez 


Palmenter, William 


Samuel Hayward, Corporal 


Fisher, Oliver 


Pierce, John 


Charles Lincoln, Corporal 


Freeman, Philip 


Pollard, Amos F. 


James Henery, Corporal 


French, Charles 


Reed, Benjamin 


Abraham Call, Corporal 


Gardner, Thomas 


Reed, William 


George Field, Musician 


Gates, Sylvanus H. 


Rice, William 


Samuel Wheelock, Musician 


Glover, WilHam 


Ring, Nathaniel 




Gold, Samuel 


Rugg, Elisha 


Privates. 


Gore, James 


Sargent, Solomon 


Badger, Thomas 


Green, Clark 


Simonds, Joseph 


Ball, Ebenezer 


Hall, William 


Smith, Cyrus 


Ballard, David C. 


Hartwell, Thomas 


Smith, Nowell 


Barney, Jonathan 


Hayden, Benjamin 


Spear, WilUam 


Bates, Stephen 


Howe, Joseph N. 


Taft, Elisha 


Bender, Jacob 


Howe, Richard 


Thayer, Loring 


Brunett, John 


Howe, Thomas, Jr. 


Tony, Ebenezer 


Burrell, John 


Hunt, Nathaniel P. 


Ward, Isaac J. 


Burt, John M. 


Hyde, Samuel 


White, WiUiam 


Cate, Joseph 


Jennings, Benjamin 


Whitehouse, Daniel 0. 


Coolidge, Charles 


Johnson, William H. 


Wild, Frederic 


Cormerais, John 


Kidder, Ephraim 


Wyman, Simeon 


Curtis, Nathaniel 


Kneeland, Samuel 





Capt. S. Howes' Company, Lieut. Col. A. Binney's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Oct. 10, 1814. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Emanual Gordon, Musician 


Bodlear, John 


Samuel Howes, Captain 


John Gordon, Musician 


Bonner, John 


Nathan Eaton, Lieutenant 




Bruce, Cyrus 


Samuel Noyes, Ensign 


Prioates. 


Bullard, Isaac 




Acres, George 


Caldwell, John 


Ezra Hawks, Sergeant 


Athearn, Cyrus 


Chandler, Ebenezer 


Daniel G. H. Haws, Sergeant 


Austin, Thomas 


Crocker, Asa 


John Butterficld, Sergeant 


Baily, Cushing 


Cummings, Samuel 


Samuel Whittington, Sergeant 


Bass, Moses 


-Penton, WilUam 


Peter Stephenson, Corporal 


Beals, Alexander 


Deverall, Samuel 


Asa Mayo, Corporal 


Bemis, I. 


Dillingham, Henry 


Liberty Wiston, Corporal 


Bennett, James H. 


Farnsworth, Ohver 


Tilly Brigham, Corporal 


Blake, William 


Fessenden, Benjamin 



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Capt. S. Howes' 


Company, Lieut. Col. A. Binney's Regiment — Concluded. 




Privates — Concluded. 


Jenkins, Solon 


Robinson, Lyman 




Field, Silas 


Jolmson, Nath 


Robinson, Smith 




Fisher, Jabez 


Jones, David 


Russell, Edward 




Fitch, Amos 


Jones, John 


Scudder, Palmer 




Flagg, William B. 


Knight, Benjamin 


Shed, Samuel 




Foss, Walter 


Lane, Samuel 


Shepard, James 




French, William 


La\vrence, William 


Smith, Martin 




Geyor, Frederick W. 


Leonard, Thomas 


Snelling, Christopher 




Glover, Eaton 


Lincoln, George 


Stephens, Tilton 




Goffield, Thomas 


Loud, Asa 


Stephenson, Martin 




Gore, Christopher 


Mason, John 


Taylor, Moses A. 




Gould, Jacob 


McDaniel, Michcll 


Teel, Nathaniel 




Gray, Samuel 


Merritt, Joshua 


Thayer, Asaph 




Gridley, William, Jr. 


Mixter, Charles 


Thayer, Wyman 




Hancock, WiUiam 


Moulton, William 


Tirrell, Loring 


y 


Harrington, EUsha 


MowTy, Abraham 


Townsend, David, Jr. 




Hastings, Ezra 


Nash, Alexander 


Treadwell, John 




Hatch, Joshua 


Newcomb, Loring 


Tuttle, Edward 




Haws, Joseph 


Odion, George 


Wait, Thomas 




Hays, Asa 


Pool, Henry 


White, Joseph 




Holbrook, John 


Proctor, John 


Wier, George 




Howe, Isaac 


Reed, LjTnan 


Willis, Abiel 




Hunt, Nathaniel P. 


Reynolds, William 


Winship, Meyers 




James, John 

> 


Richardson, Nathan 


Winsliip, Stephen 





Capt. T. Johnson's Company, Lieut. Col. A. Binney's Regiment. 

Between Sept. 12 and Oct. 10, 1814. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Blackburn, Timothy (10 days) 


Pearson, Thomas (4 days) 


Timothy Johnson, Captain (10 days) 


Bond, William (1 day) 


Peirce, Parker H. (10 days) 


Ezra Eaton, Lieutenant, (10 days) 


Broaders, John (9 days) 


Porter, Thomas (3 days) 


Samuel Da\ds, Ensign (3 days) 


Burnham, Andrew (3 days) 


Pratt, Jotham (10 days) 




Caswell, Lewis (10 days) 


Reed, George (1 day) 


Edward W. Haws, Sergeant (10 days) 


Claghorn, John W. (8 days) 


Richardson, John (10 days) 


Daniel C. Robinson, Sergeant (10 days) 


Clark, Thomas (10 davs) 


Ripley, Lorenzo (8 days) 


Charles Mountford, Sergeant (2 days) 


Dana, Wilham J. (10 days) 


Smith, Samuel (10 daj's) 


John Eliot, Sergeant (10 days) 


Darling, Elakin (10 days) 


Smith, Timothy (3 days) 


John Snow, Corporal (10 days) 


Dexter, James (10 days) 


Snow, John (2 days) 


Joshua Pitman, Jr., Corporal (5 days) 


Dickey, Epliraim (3 days) 


Snow, Larkin (3 days) 


Joel Nason, Corporal (10 days) 


Dunton, John (3 days) 


Snow, Royal (2 days) 


Edward Bell, Corporal (6 days) 


Fowell, John (10 days) 


Sprague, Isaac (10 days) 




Hanson, Samuel (10 days) 


Stone, Ezra (3 days) 


Privates. 


Harris, William C. (10 days) 


Sweetser, Joshua (10 days) 


Acres, Thomas (3 days) 


Hoar, Lot (4 days) 


Tillinghast, George (10 days) 


Ancbews, Samuel (10 days) 


Ingeway, Philip (9 days) 


Torrey, Joseph (3 days) 


Armstrong, Wilham (10 days) 


Kendrick, Stephen (4 days) 


Trowbridge, Hemy (10 days) 


Austin, William (10 days) 


Knowlton, Nathaniel (10 days) 


Veasie, Eli (10 days) 


Avis, Thomas (10 days) 


Lincoln, Lewis (6 days) 


Warrick, Paul (6 days) 


Bacon, Judah (10 days) 


Little, Ebenezer (6 days) 


White, Jose 3h (10 days) 


Bailey, Daniel (9 days) 


Lukin, Charles 


Willard, Ep iraim (8 days) 


Baldwin, Cyi-us (3 days) 


Magown, N. S. (9 days) 


Willard, Simon (8 days) 


Barnes, Charles (10 days^ 


Melcher, George (10 days) 


Wilson, Caleb (10 days) 


Barnes, Thomas (10 days) - 


Nelson, Peter (4 days) 


Wiswell, Thomas (3 days) 


Bell, Samuel (10 days) 


Nicholas, Alexander (8 days) 


Woodard, John (5 days) 


Bell, WiUiam D. (2 days) 


Nichols, Samuel C. (2 days) 




Billings, Alanson (3 days) 


Pattee, Arthur S. (10 days) 





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Capt. E. Norcross's Company, Lieut. CoL A. Binney's Regiment. 

Between Sept. 12 and Oct. 10, 1814. Raised at Boston. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 
Elisha Norcross, Captain (10 days) 
Christopher Lincoln, Lieutenant (10 days) 
Ephraim Jones, Ensign (10 days) 

John Snelling, Sergeant (10 days) 
Ephraim Milton, Sergeant (10 days) 
Rufus Baxter, Jr., Sergeant (10 days) 
Lewis J. Bailey, Corporal (10 days) 
Thomas Hiler, Corporal (10 days) 
Nathaniel Clark, Corporal (10 days) 
John B. Freeman, Corporal (10 days) 
John Gordon, Musician (10 days) 
Manly Gordon, Musician (10 days) 

Privates. 
Adams, Joseph (4 days) 
Adams, Joseph, Jr. (8 days) 
Adams, Joseph N. (10 days) 
Alcock, John (10 days) 
Baker, William M. (10 days) 
Ball, Thomas (10 day.s) 
Baxter, Solomon S. (10 days) 
Belcher, John (2 days) 
Benige, George (10 days) 
Blake, Nathaniel (1 day) 
Bridge, William (8 days) 



Bromade, Abram (10 days) 
Brown, Ebenezer (10 days) 
Buckman, Joses (4 days) 
Butler, Aaron (6 days) 
Calder, William (6 days) 
Capen, John (10 days) 
Carnes, Edward (8 days) 
Carter, John (10 days) 
Chandler, Jacob (8 days) 
Clark, Benjamin, Jr. (3 days) 
Clark, Thomas (2 days) 
Cutler, James (5 days) 
Cutler, William (8 days) 
Eaton, Ebenezer (7 days) 
Fenno, John (2 days) 
Freeman, Nathaniel (10 days) 
Fuller, Ebenezer (8 days) 
Goddard, Elias (4 days) 
Goodrich, James T. (10 days) 
Hart, Jo.seph (10 days) 
Hemmenway, Benjamin (8 days) 
Hiter, Stephen (2 days) 
Howes, Loring (3 days) 
Hutchinson, Joseph (3 days) 
Hutchinson, Thomas (10 days) 
Lilly, Jonathan W. (10 days) 
Low, John (2 days) 



Low, Samuel (8 days) 
Mansir, Ebenezer B. (10 days) 
Merry, Robert D. C. (10 days) 
Nash, Levi (10 days) 
Patch, Abijah (3 days) 
Patten, Thomas (3 days) 
Perry, George (3 days) 
Pierce, Samuel (10 days) 
Pitty, Joseph (10 days) 
Pratt, Thomas (8 days) 
Roberts, John (3 days) 
Ross, William (8 days) 
Sloan, Francis (2 days) 
South worth, Lewis (10 days) 
Spurr, WilHam (10 days) 
Steele, Ephraim P. (3 days) 
Thompson, Alexander (10 days) 
Tolman, William F. (3 days) 
Trull, Joel (3 days) 
Tucker, David (10 days) 
Tuckerman, .John T. (10 days) 
Tuttle, John W. (4 days) 
Vinson, Samuel (10 days) 
Whitney, Jacob (4 days) 
Whittemore, Bernard (10 days) 
Wild, John (8 days) 



Capt. T. Page's Company, Lieut. Col. A. Binney's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Oct. 10, 1814. Raised at Boston. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Chandler, Benjamin 


Johnson, Edmund 


Thaddeus Page, Captain 


Cheever, William 


Kelley, Andrew 


Robert G. Mitchell, Lieutenant 


Clark, James 


Learnard, Elisha 


David Henshaw, Ensign 


Coolidge, James 


Lewis, George 




Cooper, John 


Lincoln, Ezekiel 


W. D. Hill, Sergeant 


Cothel, Hosea 


Lord, Samuel 


George W. Armstrong, Sergeant 


Cross, John 


Noyes, Joseph 


Lewis Lerow, Sergeant 


Curtis, David 


Perry, Ebenezer 


Edward Bell, Sergeant 


Cutler, Amos 


Poor, Isaac 


David Baker, Corporal 


Cutler, Ezra 


Pratt, Paul 


Ebenezer Olivei, Jr., Corporal 


Cutler, John 


Prince, Charles 


Thomas B. Sawyer, Corporal 


Davis, Thomas 


Richardson, James P. 


Ephraim Snelling, Corporal 


Dellawev, Samuel 


Rodgers, John 


James Reed, Musician 


Ellis, Ehsha 


Smith, John, Jr. 


Richard Clark, Musician 


Ellis, Moses 


Snelling, Nathaniel G. 


Sheldon Perry, Musician 


Forbisher, William 


Snelling, Samuel G. 




Foster, John 


Stebbins, Samuel 


Privates. 


French, Othaniel 


Stephens, Thomas 


Appleton, William 


Gabriel, John 


Terrill or Tirrell, George 


Armstrong, James 


Gay, Timothy 


Ward, Thomas 


Bannister, Samuel 


Grammar, Seth 


Wheeler, Joseph 


Burrill, John 


Hall, Timothy 


Wolcott, Josiah 


Butters, Joshua 


Hillman, George 




Caldwell, Edward P. 


Hutchinson, Ephraim B. 





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Capt. J. Tewksbury's Company, Lieut. Col. A. Binney's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Oct. 10, 1814. Raised at Chelsea. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Burrill, Bill 


Nivens, William 


John Tewksburv, 3d, Captain 


Burrill, Joseph, Jr. 


Phlinn, John 


John Pierce, Lieutenant 


Chambers, Prescott 


Pratt, Ohver 


Jonatiian Copeland, Ensign 


C;heever, Joseph 


Pratt, Samuel 




Cheney, Moses 


Pratt, Washington 


Abner Gay, Sergeant 


Edmunds, William 


Shute, Jacob 


Stephen Green, Sergeant 


Flovd, Abijah 


Swift, Benjamin 


Ebenezer Burrill, Sergeant 


Floyd, John, 2d 


Tewksbury, Bill 


Thomas Tewksburv, Sergeant 


Floyd, Samuel 


Tewksburj', H. 


Samuel Worcester, Corporal 


Floyd, Thomas 


Tewksbury, Washington 


John Wright. Corporal 


Grant, Joseph 


Tufts, John, Jr. 


Thomas 0. Nichols, Corporal 


Green, John 


Tupper, Lathrop 


James Willey, Corporal 


Guilford, Samuel 


Tuttle, Israel 


Thomas Pratt, Musician 


Hall, Aaron 


Wait, Oliver 




Hall, William 


Watson, Asa 


Privales. 


Hanes, Samuel 


Webster, John 


Belcher, Samuel 


Jack, David 


Whicher, Ezekiel 


Brackett, Richard 


Jewett, .Tosiah 


Wilson, Benjamin 


Brown, William 


Needham, Joseph P. 


Wyman, Alpheus 


Brudin, Alnathan 


Newman, Thomas 





Capt. I. Scott's Company, Lieut. Col. A. Binney's Regiment. 

From Sept. 25 to Oct. 4, 1S14. Raised at Boston. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Bradley, Thomas 


Mero, Lemuel 


Isaac Scott, Captain 


Brown, John 


Miles, Abner 


Geogre P. Hows, Lieutenant 


Bush, Daniel W. 


Mosman, Rufus 


E. 0. Hows, Ensign 


Capen, 


Newcomb, Edward 




Cheever, John 


Nutting, Samuel 


Ephraim Willard, Sergeant 


Cooper, John 


Perry, Isaac 


William Barker, Sergeant 


Crane, George 


Phelps, Timothy 


Edward Bannuigton, Sergeant 


Cummings, Alexander 


Pierce, Emery 


-Nathaniel Bailey, Sergeant 


Cummings, Luther 


Pierce, Silas 


Samuel Conant, Corporal 


Curtiss, Elijah S. 


Plumer, Ezra 


John Patten, Corporal 


Famington, Thomas 


Plummer, Moses 


Pliney Smith, Corporal 


Field, Joseph 


Pond, Benjamin 


Joseph Webb, Corporal 


Foster, Ebenezer 


Pratt, David 


Marshall Conant, Musician 


Gillman, Thomas 


Ripley, Robert 


Moses Tyler, Musician 


Harvey, James 


Robinson, Jacob 


John Sylvester, Musician 


Homes, John 


Scott, James 




Humplu'ies, Richard 


Sejanour, Friend 


Privates. 


Johnson, Willard 


Smith, John 


Allen, 


Johnson, Zacheriah 


Snow, Tilley 


Andrews, Stephen 


Jones, William 


Sweet, Jabez 


Babcock, 


Kettle, Jonathan 


Tenney, Moses 


Bacon, Robert 


Kimball, 


Thombs, William 


Barber, Fisher 


Knowles, Nathan 


Thurston, Benjamin 


Bates, Edmund 


Lathrop, James 


Veazie, Elijah 


Baxter, Joseph 


Lathrop, Stillman 


Vinton, Josiah 


Beals, Lemuel 


Lemon, David 


Wheelock, Cephas 


Bemis, Joel 


Martin, John 


White, Obediah 


Bennett, David 


McCluoley, Joseph 


Williams, C. M. 


Billings, Elijah 


Mero, Jesse 





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Capt. A. Green's Company, Lieut. CoL A. Binney's Regiment. 

October, 1814. Service at Boston. Detailed for special duty. 



Rank and Name. 


Chandler, Benjamin 


Low, George 


Andrew Green, Captain 


Clapp, Galen 


Low, Samuel 


Charles Hood, Lieutenant 


Copeland, John 


Lyndes, Stephen 


Isaac Jenney, Ensign 


Copeland, Seth 


Mansin, Thomas 




Corbett, Thomas 


Mason, Aaron 


William Blaney, Sergeant 


Crane, Lazra 


Morrison, Henry 


Thomas Gay, Sergeant 


Davis, William N. 


Newhall, John 


James Rowse, Sergeant 


Dow, Evan 


Osborn, John 


Joseph Welch, Sergeant 


Eaton, Samuel A. 


Parker, Nehemiah 


Epaphras Bull, Corporal 


Fox, Richard 


Parks, William C. 


Thomas G. Bangs, Corporal 


French, Moses 


Pearson, William 


William P. Til ton, Corporal 


Frothington, Charles 


Rayner, John 


John R. Bradford, Corporal 


Gatley, Charles 


Salmon, John 


John Sylvester, Musician 


Hailend, Henry 


Snelling, Enoch H. 


Sheldon Perry, Musician 


HoUis, Daniel 


Spencer, Job 




Kendell, Thomas 


Warriner, W. B. 


Privates. 


Laiton, John 


Watson, David 


Badger, Thomas 


Lamson, Benjamin 


Wells, Ebenezer 


Baker, Abel 


Lancey, Samuel F. 


Wheeden, John 


Bass, George 


Learneard, William 


-Whitman, John 


Bell, William 


Lewis, Edmund 


Williams, William C. 


Bourne, Ephraim 


Low, David 





Sgt. Rouse's Guard from Capt. A. Green's Company, Lieut. Col. A. Binney's Regiment. 

November, 1814. Service at Boston and vicinity. Detailed for special duty. 



Rank and Name. 


Edgar, George R. 


Paine, Thomas 


James Rouse, Sergeant 


EUiott, Ephraim L. 


Parker, Edward W. 


Thomas G. Banks, Corporal 


EUiott, Henry 


Pitman, John 


Epaphras Bull, Corporal 


Emmons, Thomas 


Pope, Calvin J. 




Everett, Aaron 


Porter, Charles 


Privates. 


Fay, Winsor 


Proctor, William 


Armsby, Mathias 


Fisher, Alvin 


Ripley, Charles 


Atkins, Benjamin 


Fowle, George M. 


Sawyer, Moses 


Baker, Abel 


Furness, Nathaniel 


Smith, George W. 


Ball, Jonathan 


Gibbens, Vassall 


Smith, Joel 


Barnard, Josiah 


Gouch, James 


Smith, John 


Barnes, Thomas 


Gray, Harrison 


Spear, Daniel 


Belcher, John H. 


Gray, Hemy 


Spear, Joseph C. 


Bird, James 


Guild, George 


Stimpson, John 


Bird, Robert L. 


Hadoway, John T. 


Swan, Timothy 


Blagge, T. W. T. 


Hearsey, Caleb 


Tannatt, Abram G. 


Bradford, William B. 


Hopkins, Thomas R. 


Thayer, Gideon F. 


Brown, Eldad 


Hyde, Aaron 


Thompson, Archibald 


Brown, James B. 


Laiton, John 


Tileston, Ezra B. 


Burroughs, John 


Lathrop, John P. 


Torrey, John 


Burroughs, Stephen 


Lilley, John 


Towle, Jonathan 


Channing, Henry 


Lincoln, Hawks 


Tupper, Hiram 


Chapin, Aaron 


Lincoln, Russell 


Vinton, M. M. 


Clapp, Frederic 


Merry, Daniel 


Vose, Isaac 


Crane, Joshua 


Messinger, Daniel 


Wentworth, James 


Davis, Timothy 


Mitchell, Gardner 


Wetherbee, John H. 


Davis, William N. 


Mitchell, Phineas 


Wetherbee, Jonas 


Dow, Evan 


Morrisoii, Henry 


Williams, William C. 


Dow, Jones 


Morse, Hazen 


Withington, Joseph 


Drake, Jesse 


Newman, George L. 




Eayres, Joseph 


Osborn, John 





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Lieut. CoL S. K. Chamberlin's Regiment. 
From Sept. 10 to Oct. 30, 1814. Stationed at Boston and vicinity. 



Field and Staff. 
Solomon K. Chamberlin, Lieutenant 

Colonel, Dalton 
Thomas Stevens, IMajor, Sheffield 
Erastus Rowley, Major, Riclmiond 
Sherman Bosworth, Adjutant, Lenox 



Henry Taylor, Quartermaster, Pittsfield 
Henry Ashley, Paymaster, Sheffield 
Asa Burbank, Surgeon, Lanesboro 
Nathaniel Preston, Surgeon's Mate, 

Sheffield 
Billy Hibbard, Chaplain 



Noncommissioned Staff. 
Marcellus Sandes, Sergeant Major 
Henry E. May, Quartermaster Sergeant 
John Hamon, Fife Major 



Capt. J. Temple's Company, Lieut. Col. S. K. Chamberlin's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Oct. 1, and Oct. 1 to Oct. 30, 1814. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Haven, Ashel 


John Temple, Captain 


Bacon, Michael 


Hemenway, Elias 


James Brown, Lieutenant 


Belcher, Benjamin 


Jaquith, Josiah 


Adam Hemenway, Lieutenant 


Belcher, Curtis 


Johnson, Amos 




Belcher, Joseph 


Johnson, Patten 


Leonard Arnold, Sergeant 


Clap, Seth 


Littlefield, Adams 


Elisha Frost, Sergeant 


Dadman, William 


McFarland, Robert 


Abel Eaton, Sergeant 


Dailman, William, 2d 


McFarland, Walter 


Thomas Hastings, Sergeant 


Dalrymple, James 


Nurse, Newel 


Amasa Kendall, Corporal 


Forrester, Amariah 


Parker, Artemas 


Thomas Arnold, Corporal 


Frost, David 


Rice, Stephen 


Richard Fiske, Corporal 


Frost, Horace 


Stearnes, Amos 


Alexander H. Jones, Corporal 


Gay, Joseph 


Twitchel, John 




Goodnow, Elisha 


Warren, Samuel 




Goodnow, Jonas 





Capt. D. Collins' Company, Lieut. Col. S. K. Chamberlin's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Oct. 30, 1814. Raised at Lenox and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Butler, Daniel 


Jackson, Alexander 


Daniel Collins, Captain 


Butler, Elijah 


Lane, Lemuel 


Daniel Fames, Lieutenant 


Butler, Stephen 


Leonard, Samuel 


John Sherrill, Ensign 


Butmore, Jeremiah 


Lily, Gardner 




Chapel, Jonathan 


Loveland, Joshua 


Calvin Kendal, Sergeant 


Clark, Harry 


Mateson, Amos, Jr. 


John Matoon, Sergeant 


Clark, John 


Miller, Collins S. 


Otis Barrett, Sergeant 


Clark, Oraniel 


Milliken, William 


Caleb Snow, Sergeant 


Clark, Zenas 


Morrell, Horace F. 


Ebenezer Porter, Corporal 


Cook, Moses 


Newbury, Isaac 


Daniel Sacket, Corporal 


Crane, William 


Nicholson, Jonathan 


Henry Hollister, Corporal 


Curtis, Thomas S. 


Norris, Shepherd 


Caleb I. Landers, Corporal 


Dunbai, William 


Phelps, Leonard 


William Benton, Musician 


Durfry, Harvey 


Post or Rost, Horace 


Mydad Eames, Musician 


Evarts, John 


Richards, Phineas 




Farley, John 


Rost or Post, Horace 


Privates. 


Flowers, Enos 


Sadder, Silas 


Andrews, Alonzo 


Flowers, James 


Savorv, Harvy 


Bangs, David 


FoUet, Daniel 


Segars, Martin 


Barlow, Cornelius 


Francisco, Peter 


Sibly, Alva 


Barnes, Russell 


Hall, Nathan 


Sikes, Shardat 


Beckwith, Chauncey 


Hall, Ohver 


Taylor, Dennis 


Bennet, Israel 


Haskins, Orrin 


Tvier, Chester 


Boone, Benjamin 


Helmes, Peter Y. 


Walter, Harvey 


Brooks, Anson 


Henry, Orrin 


Webber, WiUiam 


Brown, James 


Henry, William 


Weller, Percy 


Burt, Francis 


Hibbard, Billy 


Wood, Ebenezer 



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Capt. J. Rowland's Company, Lieut. Col. S. K. Chamberlin's Regiment. 
From Sept. 10 to Oct. 30, 1814. Raised at Adams and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Burlingame, Humphrey 


Jenks, William 


Joseph Howland, Captain 


Cadwell, Abel 


Jones, Nathan 


Silas Coinstock, Lieutenant 


Cady, Curtis 


Ketchum, Elihu 


Isaac Mason, Ensign 


Carpenter, Elisha 


Ketchum, Solomon 


Townsend Waterman, Sergeant 
Cornelius Basset, Sergeant 
Alpheus Brown, Sergeant 
Ephraim Willmoth, Sergeant 


Catlin, Hezekiah 
Chamberlin, Gad 
Claftin, Leonard 
Clark, Russell 
Comstock, Joshua 


Leonard, Jesse 
Lewis, David 
Mallery, Samuel 
Mason, George 
McFarland, Abel 


Privates. 


Crocker, Rodney 


Moore, George W. G. 


Angel, Jeremiah 


Curtis, Samuel 


Parkin, Stephen 


Ayers, Moses 


Davis, William 


Pierce, Thomas 


Baker, George S. 


Demming, John 


Pomroy, Isaac 


Baker, Miles C. 


Dunham, Braddish 


Pomroy, James 


Barber, Tiiomas, Jr. 


Fedwell, David 


Randell, Joshua 


Barton, William 


Fowler, James 


Roberts, David W. 


Bassett, Adolphus 


Freeman, Jared, Jr. 


Robinson, Bonny 


Bates, Simeon 


Hall, Alva 


Ross, Zebulon 


Beach, Atwater 


Hall, Luman (D) 


Sabine, Hezekiah 


Beach, Henry 


Harvey, Nathaniel 


Sherman, Job 


Beals, Caleb 


Harwood, William 


Short, Daniel 


Bird, Nelson 


Hathaway, Charles 


Slocum, Lemuel S. 


Bliss, Leonard 


Hathaway, Wilson 


Tyler, Isaac 


Briant, Alvin 


Holbrook, .Josiah D. 


Walker, Jacob I. 


Briant, Barton 


Hosei, Clark 


Waters, William D. 


Brown, John 


Howland, Isaac 


Wheeler, Milton 


Brown, Luther 


Hunt, Jolm 


Whipple, John 


Browning, Benjamin 


Hunt, Silas 


Wilcox, Jeheel 



Capt. N. Smith's Company, Lieut. Col. S. K. Chamberlin's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Oct. 30, 1814. Raised at Hancock and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Brown, Alvin 


Lasher, David W. 


Nathaniel Smith, Captain 


Burlinham, Levi 


Minor, Noble F. 


Daniel Loomis, Lieutenant 


Burnham, Nathan 


Olds, Luther 


Thomas Fincks, Ensign 


Carpenter, Nathaniel 


Osborn, Sylvester 




Cooley, Alvin 


Pettengale, Samuel 


Deodatus Hubbell, Sergeant 


Cottrill, Oliver 


Potter, Peleg 


George Sweet, Sergeant 


Cowin, Charles 


Rogers, Gideon, Jr. 


Eshon Gregory, Sergeant 


Dean, William 


Sanders, Peter 


Jestus Wheeler, Sergeant 


Debbie, Sylvanus (D) 


Seaman, Job 


Alpheus Jeffards, Corporal 


Edge, Asa 


Sheldon, Daniel 


Farman White, Corporal 


Ellis, Benjamin 


Shepherdson, Lovell 


Elias Thomas, Corporal 


Gihnore, Abraham 


Smedly, Joseph 


Hiram A. Mead, Corporal 


Goodrich, Aaron 


Smith, Enoch (D) 




Gregory, Esbon 


Sweet, Samuel 


Privates. 


Grove, Samuel 


Taft, Lyman 


Arnold, Samuel 


Ctuillam, Benjamin 


Vincent, John 


Baker, Matthew 


Hall, Hem-y 


Walden, Benjamin 


Barrett, Royal C. 


Hand, HoUobert 


Washburn, Lettice 


Bartlett, Jedediah 


Haudley, James 


Waterman, George 


Bennett, Thomas 


Harrington, Jeremiah 


Weed, Jonathan 


Bently, Caleb 


Harrington, Nicodemus 


Williams, Alpheus 


Bently, Eliphalet 


Hill, Levi 


Wilson, Samuel 


Boardman, Savillan 


Humphi'eville, Ambrose 





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Capt. J. W. Rockwell's Company, Lieut. Col. S. K. Chamberlin's Regiment. 

From Sept. 11 to Oct. 30, 1814. Raised at New Marlborough. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Churchill, Moses 


Manley, Josiah B. 




Joseph W. Rockwell, Captain 


Cleveland, Josiah 


Noble, David 




Ira Owens, Lieutenant 


Coe, Job 


Noble, Henry 




Abner Heath, Ensign 


Dart, Elijah 


Noble, Paul 






Dunham, Gamaliel 


Palmeter, William 




Luther Banney, Sergeant 


Egleston, Frederic 


Pease, Elijah 




Edward Bush, Sergeant 


Fargo, Thomas 


Pickett, Benjamin 




John Brackim-idge, Sergeant 


Fox, Harvey 


Pickett, Joseph 




John Pickett, Jr., Sergeant 


Frasier, Marvin 


Reed, Zachariah 




Stephen Pope, Corporal 


Fuller, Joseph 


Rice, Elihu 




Hubbel Smith, Corporal 


Goodrich, Anson B. 


Rich, George 




James Parks, Corporal 


Grant, John 


Robinson, Timothy 




Jabez Howlan, Corporal 


Gunn, Frederic 


Sage, Ira 




William Huggins, Musician 


Hall, Arial 


Shaw, Samuel 




Elijah Ormsby, Musician 


Hall, Benoni 


Shaw, William W. 






Hall, George 


Snow, Loring 




Privates. 


Heath, Ebenezer 


Stevens, Guy 




Austin, Chester 


Heath, John 


Stevens, John 




Bosworth, Lyman 


Hubbard, John 


Vosburg, Nathaniel 




Bosworth, Oliver 


Hubbard, Orrin 


Ward. Elihu 




Bowen, Chester 


Hubbard, Walter 


Waterhouse, Robert 




Bradford, Henry 


Hubberd, Samuel 


Welden, Peter L. 




Bradley, Samuel B. 


Hurd, Samuel 


Wilcox, Samuel 




Brown, Rex 


Knowles, Daniel 


Wood worth, James 




Bush, Milo 


LeBarn, Roderic 


Worthy, Oramee 




Callender, Chester 


Lockwood, (?) Stephen 


Wright, David 





Capt. A. Jones' Company, Lieut. Col. S. K. Chamberlin's Regiment. 

From Sept. 14 to Sept. 30, 1814. Raised at Otis and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Brooks, Lyman 


Mills, Job 


Adonijah Jones, Captain 


Bullock, William 


Mills, Simeon 


James Peck, Lieutenant 


Burghart, Henry W. 


Miner, Daniel 


Plinny Karner, Ensign 


Burghart, Josiah 


Morse, David 




Carter, Miles 


Noble, Ezekiel 


Hezekiah Gear, Sergeant 


Cline, Hugh 


Olds, Ephraim 


Abiel Abbot, Sergeant 


Curtis, Chauncey 


Orcutt, Eber 


Ephraim Baldwin, Sergeant 


Curtis, Leonard 


Ormsby, Royal 


Seymour Joiner, Sergeant 


Daily, Cornwell 


Owen, Hiram 


Ezra Heats, Corporal 


Daily, William 


Paul, Michall 


Jonathan W. Boughton, Corporal 


Davis, Jabez 


Phillips, Elisha 


Edwin Brewer, Corporal 


Dewey, Henry 


Pixley, Ednmnd 


John Sherman, Corporal 


Dexter, Leonard 


Porter, Aaron 


Timothy Jones, Musician 


Eels, Pitkin 


Preston, Samuel 


William Kingsbury, Musician 


Esty, David 


Richards, Benjamin 




Fowler, Calvin 


Scholdfield, Elisha 


Privates. 


Fray, Samuel 


Skiff, Russell 


Allen, Daniel P. 


Fuller, Norman 


Slater, Alanson 


Arnold, Elisha 


Hail, William 


Smith, Harry 


Baker, Burton 


Hooper, Leander 


Still, William 


Baldwin, Stephen 


Hubbard, Hawly 


Tuttle, John 


Ball, Milton 


Jacob, Francis 


Van Ness, Abraham 


Bennet, John 


Loury, William 


Winchel, Erastus 


Black or Blark, Bannon 


Mallon, James 


Worster, Nathan 


Bolton, Gamaliel 


McCarter, Solomon 


Younglove, George 



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Capt. J. Hunt's Company, Lieut. CoL S. K. Chamberlin's Regiment. 

From Sept. 19 to Oct. 30, 1814. Raised at Stockbridge and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Baker, Walker 


Olmsted, Francis 


John Hunt, Captain 


Belders, Silas 


Peny, Ezra 


Erastus Williams, Lieutenant 


Bliss, Samuel 


Phelps, Daniel 


George Bacon, Ensign 


Bliss, Simeon 


Phelps, Nathan 




Brown, Isaiah 


Pratt, Uri 


William Williams, Sergeant 


Carter, Charles 


Rathbon, Nathaniel 


Benjamin Bacon, Sergeant 


Churchill, Seymour 


Rathbon, Samuel 


Philo Griswald, Sergeant 


Curtis, Barnabas 


Ripley, Phineas 


Otis Dresser, Sergeant 


Curtis, Jay 


Sage, John 


Heman Whittlesy, Corporal 


Dyer, Darius 


Shinkle, John 


Sunard Olmsted, Corporal 


Green, William 


Simonds, Ebenezer F. 


Daniel Barnes, Corporal 


Hamilton, Luther 


Tollman, Timothy 


David P. Ingersoll, Corporal 


Hamilton, Patrick 


Warner, George 


Samuel Clark, Musician 


Hill, George 


Whittlesly, Charles 


Samuel F. Carter, Musician 


James, George 


Whittlesly, Solomon 




Jostrum, Henry 


Wilcocks, Loven 


Privates. 


Judd, Jabez 


Wilcocks, Lyman 


Allen, Harvey 


Landon, Luther 


Wilcocks, William 


Andrews, Luman 


Manley, John 


Williams, Horace 


Bacon, Samuel 


Nyles, Sands 


Williams, Isaac 



Capt. J. Nye's Company, Lieut. Col. S. K. Chamberlin's Regiment. 

From Sept. 14 to Oct. 30, 1814. Raised at Lee and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Bradly, Monson 


Moon, Amos 


Joseph Nye, Captain 


Brookins, Calvin 


Norcot, John 


Hylon Toby, Ensign 


Budd, Nathaniel 


Ormsbury, Daniel 




Burr, Jehiel 


Ormsby, John 


Silas Gaspeld, Sergeant 


Cannon, James 


Osburn, Benjamin 


Jonas Childs, Sergeant 


Carpenter, Levi 


Park, Caleb 


Titus Thorp, Sergeant 


Childs, Benjamin 


Perry, Arthur 


James Burton, Sergeant 


Childs, Stephen 


Phimiey, Calvin 


Arthur Buel, Corporal 


Clark, Abijah 


Rawson, Jonathan 


Thomas Treat, Corporal 


Covel, Elisha 


Rood, Aaron 


Elisha Whiton, Corporal 


Darling, Benjamin 


Sherman, Solomon 


Calvin Wilson, Musician 


Foot, Erastus 


Sibly, John 


Alfred Sears, Musician 


Ford, John 


Smith, Jesse 




Fowler, Warham 


Spencer, Augustus 


Prioales. 


Fox, Hubbard 


Spencer, Theron 


Allen, Hiram 


Green, Lawson H. 


Stanton, Peleg 


Allen, John 


Haddock, Henry 


Stone, John S. 


Andrews, Elisha 


Hawk, John 


Sturgis, Samuel 


Baird, Aaron S. 


He wens, Elijah 


Sturgiss, Robert 


Baird, Samuel 


Hewlet, Westly 


Sweet, Sylvester 


Barnes, Elisha 


Holdridge, Ira 


Thaver, Jesse 


Barnes, Eluathan 


Jones, James 


Tyler, John 


Barnes, Joseph 


Keep, James 


Wadsworth, Kenophon 


Benedict, Sylvester 


Keith, Seth 


Webster, Lyman 


Black, Samuel 


Kemill, (?) John 


Wilmarth, Foster 


Boughton, Joy C. 


Keyes, Albert 


Woodruff, Henry 


Boughton, Stephen 


Lenolds, Joshua 


Woolly, Jonathan 


Bowen, John 


Link, John 




Bradly, Ebenezer C. 


Mellen, James 





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Capt. H. Willmarth's Company, Lieut. Col. S. K. Chamberlin's Regiment. 

From Sept. 14 to Oct. 30, lbl4. Raised at Adams. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Cade, Daniel 


Manchester, Joseph 


Henry Willmarth, Captain 


Cain, Moses 


Miller, Samuel, Jr. 


Silas A. Fobes, Lieutenant 


Carpenter, Miles 


Miller, William 


Isaac Fisher, Ensign 


Clark, Nathan T. 


Morgan, John 




Coleman, Louden 


Negus, Aaron 


William Maynard, Sergeant 


Coleman, Samuel 


Nelson, James 


Nathaniel Butts, Sergeant 


Crosier, Andrew 


Payn, I5urnell 


Ira Stevens, Sergeant 


Crosier, Jason 


Pierce, Josiah 


Asa Cade, Sergeant 


Cushing, Thomas 


Pierce, William 


Allen Burlingame, Corporal 


Cusick, Henry 


Pratt, Josiah 


Seth Richmond, Corporal 


Demoranois, Phineas 


RajTiiond, Daniel 


Socrates Frissel, Corporal 


Dickinson, John 


Russell, Jolin 


Amos Tyler, Corporal 


Estes, Thomas 


Shearman, James 


Phineas Atwood, Musician 


Ferguson, James 


Shearman, John 


William Lyman, Musician 


Follet, Simon 


Sheannan, Joseph 




Frink, Lyman 


Shearman, Seth 


Privates. 


Frissel, Lennicl 


Smith, Martin 


Abbot, Samuel 


Hardy, Jonathan 


Smith, William 


Allen, Josiah 


Harwood, Murvel 


Spencer, Erastus 


Apthorp, James 


Hatliaway, Benjamin 


Taylor, Augustus 


Axdell, Thomas 


Hathaway, Chancy 


Thomas, Ricliard 


Bacon, Benjamin 


Hathaway, Peleg 


Tiffts, John 


Barret, Archer 


Haws, Daniel 


Torry, Nathan 


Barret, Elba C. 


Hemenway, Josiah 


Tucker, Pascal 


Bates, Dexter B. 


Idle, Harvey 


Wait, Chester 


Bennct, John, 2d 


Jones, Russell 


Whitman, Jeptha 


Bisscl, Israel 


Jones, Samuel 


Witter, Abraham 


Bonn, Caleb 


Kitteridge, Job 


Wright, Simeon W. 


Brown, Benjamin 


Latham, M. 




Butts, Stephen 


Leiand, Lemuel 


, 



Capt. J. S. Catlin's Company, Lieut. Col. S. K. Chamberlin's Regiment. 

From Sept. 30 to Oct. 30, 1S14. Raised at New Marlborough. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Brown, Averis M. 


Mabson, Ezra 


Joseph S. Catlin, Captain 


Brown, Isaac 


Manley, Austin 


Luke Harmon, Lieutenant 


Bullard, Eleazer 


Manlev, Joseph N. 


Sylvester Dowd, Ensign 


Bush, Hezekiah 


Moore, Pliny 




Canfield, Roderick H. 


Morlev, William 


Benjamin Smith, Sergeant 


Clark, Michael 


Norton, Harvey 


Harvey Wheeler, Sergeant 


Domony, John 


Phillips, Zacheus 


Samuel Wolcott, Sergeant 


Dowd, Asahel 


Pratt, Aaron, Jr. 


Hadlock Merry, Sergeant 


Dowd, Noah, Jr. 


Reivrv, Silas 


Philo Smith, Corporal 


Downs, Jabez 


Sacket, Thomas 


Asa Stebbins, Corporal 


Enmtons, John 


Sage, Dennis 


Richard Roberts, Corporal 


Emmons, Lewis 


Smith, Amasa 


Hiram Case, Corporal 


French, Chancy 


Smith, Jabez 


Jonathan Arnold, Musician 


Hall, George 


Smith, John P. 


Elezer Butler, Musician 


Harmon, Amos 


Smith, Sabinas 




Harmon, Hiram 


Smith, Warren 


Privates. 


Hulet, Lewis 


Staimion, Gersham 


Agraull, Roswell 


Jackson, Solomon 


Tavlor, Ira 


Arnold, Josiah 


Jones, Simon 


Thomas, Hezekiah 


Ayers, Ebenezer 


Kellog, Auren 


Thorpe, Aurin 


Baldwin, Jalieil 


Kilber, David 


Tillitson, Daniel 


Barber, Samuel, Jr. 


Kilber, Phineas 


Townsend, Hosea 


Barker, Jairus 


King, Lvman 


Walter, Sj'lvester 


Baxter, Francis 


Knapp, Aurin K. 


Wheeler, Abraham 


Bidwell, Barnabus 


Lucas, William 





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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Lieut. Col. L. Dodge's Regiment. 

Seventeen days, exact date not given (lfS14). Service at Beverly. 



Field and Staff. 
Levi Dodge, Lieutenant Colonel, Beverly. 



Capt. N. Lamson's Company, Lieut. Col. L. Dodge's Regiment. 

Different periods, 3 to 17 days, from June 21 to Aug. 22, 1814. Service at Beverly. 



Rank and Name. 


Dodge, Jesse 


Meservy, Ephraim 


Nathaniel Lamson, Captain 


Dodge, Jonathan, 3d 


Meservy, John 


John Davi.s, Lieutenant 


Dodge, Thomas 


Mulliken, Alexander 


Richard Pickett, Ensign 


Eaton, William G. 


Nichols, William 




EUingwood, Ezra 


Nourse, Stephen 


Jonathan Stickney, Sergeant 


EUingwood, Herbert 


Ober, Oliver 


Stephen Baker, Sergeant 


EUingwood, John 


Ober, Samuel 


Thomas Farris, Sergeant 


Elliot, Andrew 


Pickard, Eplu-aim 


Jame.s Ford, Sergeant 


Endicott, Nathan H. 


Pickard, Thomas 


Stephen Romans, Corporal 


Fames, John 


Pickett, John 


Levi Wallis, Corporal 


Fielder, John 


Pickett, Josiah 


James Creasy, Corporal 


Fielder, Knott 


Pickett, Richard 


William Putnam, Corporal 


Fielder, William 


Pickett, Thomas L. 


Samuel Dodge, Musician 


Foster, James 


Pierce, Thomas 


Ebenezer Trask, Musician 


Foster, Joseph 


Porter, Jeremiah 




Foster, Seth 


Porter, John 


Privates. 


Foster, Thomas 


Pousland, John, 3d 


Abbot, Nathaniel 


Gage, Asmon 


Pousland, Joseph 


Allen, Henry 


Gage, William 


Putman, Jeremy 


Arbuckle, John 


Gardner, John 


Putman, William 


Barker, Nathan 


Gilman, Eliphalet F. 


Qunion, Al^raham 


Batchelder, George, 2d 


Givings, John 


Raymond, Benjamin, 2d 


Batchelder, Henry 


Gouldsberrv, Joseph 


Raymond, Josiah 


Batchelder, Jonathan 


Crush, Philip 


Raymond, William 


Batchelder, Nathaniel 


Hall, John 


Roundy, Israel W. 


Batchelder, Winthrop 


Hammond, Andrew 


Roundy, Stephen 


Bayles, Ichabod 


Harris, Charles 


Rummonds, John 


Bennett, John 


Haskell, Samuel 


Rummonds, Robert 


Bennett, Robert G. 


Hatch, John 


Smith, Nehemiah 


Boyle, Ichabod 


Herrick, George W. 


Standley, Benjamin, 3d 


Bridge, Mathew 


Herrick, John, 2d 


Standley, Thomas 


Brimmer, Daniel 


Herrick, Jonathan, 2d 


Stickney, Joseph 


Brimmer, William 


Herrick, Thomas F. 


Stone, Ezra 


Ikown, Charles 


Herrick, Thomas P., 2d 


Stone, Israel 0. 


Brown, Paul H. 


Herrick, William, 4th 


Stone, Zacheriah 


Buckman, John 


Holt, William 


Thorndike, William 


Buffington, John 


Howard, Moses 


Tivers, Joshua 


Bunker, Benjamin 


Knowlton, Mark 


Trask, Benjamin, 2d 


Burchstead, George 


Lakeman, Joseph 


Trask, George 


Campbell, Duncan 


Lamson, George 


Trask, Israel 


Carrol, William 


Lamson, William 


Trask, John 


Chamberlin, Silas 


Larcom, Henry 


Trask, Nathaniel 


Chapman, Edward 


Leach, William 


Trask, Oliver 


Chapman, Isaac 


Lefavour, Thomas 


Wallis, Bartholomew 


Chase, Benjamin 


Leonard, John 


Wallis, Caleb 


Cheaver, Benjamin, 2d 


Little, Ophert 


Wallis, Ebenezer, 2d 


Cheaver, Joseph 


Lord, Samuel D. 


Wallis, Ebenezer, 3d 


Cheaver, Nathaniel 


Loring, John 


Wallis, Henry 


Choate, Henry 


l;0vett, Israel 


WaUis, Israel 


Church, Stephen P. 


Lovett, Jeremiah 


Wallis, Josiah H. 


Clayton, Joseph 


Lovett, Joseph, 4th 


Wallis, Nathaniel 


Cole, Joseph 


Lovett, Pyam 


Ward, John 


Co.x, John 


Lovett, Samuel P. 


Webb, John, 2d 


Dempsey, William 


Lovett, William B. 


Webber, Israel 


Dodge, Azor 


Meacom, Ebenezer 


Webber, John P. 



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Capt. N. Lamson's Company, Lieut. Col. L. Dodge's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates - 


- Concluded. 


1 
Wood, William 


Woodberry, Peter 


Webber, Josiali 




Woodberry, George 


Woodberry, Robert 


Weed, Moses 




Woodberrj', Jacob 


Woodberry, Samuel 


Whittridge, John 




Woodberry, Joel 


Woodberry, Zebulon 


Wilkins, Jason 




Woodberry, Joseph 


Wright, James 


Wilson, John 




Woodberry, Larkin 




Wood, George 




Woodberry, Moses 





Capt. A. Lord's Company, Lieut. Col. L. Dodge's Regiment. 

Different periods, 3 to 17 days, from June 24 to Aug. 14, 1814. Service at Beverly. 



Rank and Name. 


Coffin, Abner 


Pearson, Ira 


Abraham Lord, Captain 


Conant, Ezra 


Piper, Gilman 


William Ober, Lieutenant 


Creasy, Benjamin, 2d 


Porter, John 


Israel Trask, Ensign 


Creasy, Jonathan, 2d 


Potter, Benjamin 




Creasy, Jonathan, .3d 


Pousland, John 


Andrew Dodge, Sergeant 


Daniels, Moses 


Quier, Benjamin 


Benjamin Woodberry, Sergeant 


Dodge, Dudley 


Rajanond, James G. 


Joseph Friend, Sergeant 


Dodge, John 


Sands, Isaac 


William Gray, Sergeant 


Dodge, Robert 


Shaw, Daniel 


John Baker, Corporal 


Edwards, Asa B. 


Sheldon, Joshua 


John Creasy, Corporal 


Edwards, Benjamin 


Trask, Edward 


Stephen Sands, Corporal 


Edwards, Ezra 


Verry, James 


Stephen Abbot, Musician 


Edwards, Robert 


Vincent, Thomas 


Charles Buxton, Musician 


Francis, George 


Walley, John 




Friend, Samuel 


Webb, Nathan 


Privates. 


Fuliton, Benjamin 


Wilkins, Sylvester 


Bachelder, John 


Grant, Joseph 


Woodberrv, Thomas, 3d 


Blaisdell, John 


Hill, Thomas 


Woodberry, William, 2d 


Brown, Abraham 


Lasky, James 


Woodman, Timothy 


Brown, Robert 


Meservy, Joseph 




Burchstead, Allen 


Morris, Emery 





Capt. A. Lord's Company, Lieut. Col. L. Dodge's Regiment. 

From Sept. 21 to Oct. 11, 1814. Service at Beverly. 



Rank and Name. 


Burchstead, Allen 


Norris, Emery 


Abraham Lord, Captain 


Conant, Ezra 


Porter, John 


William Oliver, Lieutenant 


Creasev, John, 2d 


Pousland, John 


Isaac Trask, Ensign 


Creasey, Jonathan, 2d 


Pousland, William 




Dodge, Dudley 


Raymond, John G. 


Andrew Dodge, Sergeant 


Dodge, Robert 


Sands, Isaac 


Benjamin Woodburv, Sergeant 


Dodge, William 


Sands, Stephen 


William Gray, Sergeant 


Edwards, Asa B. 


Shaw, Daniel 


Stephen Abbott, Musician 


Edwards, Benjamin 


Stanley, David, 3d 


Charles Baxton, Musician 


Edwards, Robert 


Trask, Edward 




Friend, Samuel 


Verry, James 


Privates. 


FuUiton, Benjamin 


Webb, Nathan 


Baker, John 


Grant, Joseph 


Wheeler, Reuben 


Berry, Timothy 


Hill, Thomas 


Wilkins, Sylvester 


Blai.sdell, John 


Lasky, James 


Woodberry, Thomas, 3d 


Brown, Abraham 


Masury, Joseph 


Woodberrv, William, 2d 


Brown, Robert 


Meservey, Ephraim 


Woodman, Timothy 



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Capt. J. Hooper's Company, Lieut. CoL L. Dodge's Regiment. 

Different periods, 3 to 59 days, from June 25 to Aug. 22, 1S14. Service at Beverly. 



Rank 


AND Name. 


Carter, Benjamin 


Kitsfiekl, Thomas H. 


Joseph Hooper, Captain 


Cheaver, Samuel 


Knight, James 


Ebenezer Tappan, 


Jr., Ensign 


Cladd, Peter 


Knowlton, Benjamin 






Cost, George 


Knowlton, Caleb 


Amos Knight, Ser, 


j;eant 


Crumby, Benjamin 


Leach, Daniel 


Benjamin Tappan 


Sergeant 


Crumby, John 


Lee, Andrew 


Asa Kitsfiekl, Serg 


eant 


Currier, Daniel 


Lee, L 


Eleazer Hooper, C 


orporal 


Danford, Jeremiah 


Lee, Nathaniel 


John E. Bohonon, 


Musician 


Danford, William 


Lul (?), Jonathan 






Dodge, John 


Mann, William 


Privates. 


Dri\-er, Andrew 


Martin, Andrew 


Agers, John 




Driver, Solomon, 2d 


Martin, T. 


Allen, Amos 




Escot, John 


May, Moses 


Allen, Daniel 




Escot, Philip 


Morgan, Jacob 


Allen, John P. 




Farr, John 


Morse, Samuel 


Allen, Joseph 




Flowers, William 


Norwood, Thomas 


Allen, Thomas 




Fowler, Timothy 


Norwood, William 


Anable, David 




Goldsmith, John 


Oriment, John 


Andrews, John 




Goldsmith, Samuel 


Preston, Isaac, Jr. 


Babcock, Joseph 




Grant, Thomas 


Proctor, Humphry 


Baily, Joshua 




Gurdler, William 


Pulsifer, Eps 


Bingham, Delwina L. 


Hale, Daniel 


Roberts, Andrew 


Brown, Andrew 




Hildreth, Nathaniel 


Sargent, Montgomery 


Brown, James 




Hill, Amos 


Simonds, Andrew 


Burges, Abial 




Hill, Benjamin 


Smith, Stephen 


Barges, Abial, Jr. 




Hilton, Amos 


Tliompson, Benjamin 


Burges, Amasa 




Hooper, Eleazer 


Tuck, Levi 


Burges, David 




Hooper, John 


Wallen, John 


Burges, David, Jr 




Kinsman, Arnold 


Wimbleton, Charles 



Capt. A. Foster's Company, Lieut. Col. L. Dodge's Regiment. 

Different periods, from Sept. 21 to Oct. 7, 1S14. Service at Beverly. 



Rank and Name. 


Corning, Peter 


Morse, Jeremiah 


Aaron Foster, Captain 


Dodge, Thomas 


Ober, Joseph 


Jonathan Foster, Lieutenant 


Elliot, James 


Parker, William 


Zachariah M. Cole, Ensign 


Elliot, John 


Patch, William 




Foster, Israel 


Perkins, George 


Isacker 0. Foster, Sergeant 


Foster, Jeremiah 


Pierce, William 


Joseph Williams, Sergeant 


Foster, Jeremiah, 4th 


Preston, Richard 


William Studley, Sergeant 


Foster, Jonathan, 2d 


Pride, Peter 


Israel Foster, 2d, Sergeant 


Foster, Nathaniel 


Prince, John, 2d 


Hezekiah Foster, Corporal 


French, John 


Rea, Ebenezer, Jr. 


William Young, Corporal 


Hale, Henry 


Rea, Gideon 


Zachariah M. Studley, Corporal 


Haskell, James 


Roberts, David P. 


Andrew Woodbury, Corporal 


Haskell, William 


Sewards, Nathaniel B. 


Benjamin Batman, Musician 


Herrick, Henry 


Smith, Ezekiel 


Benjamin Webber, Musician 


Kelly, Shabal 


Standley, David 




Kent, Josiah 


Standley, John 


Privates. 


Knowlton, Ebenezer 


Studley, Andrew 


Andrews, Thomas 


Larcom, Andrew 


Studley, Jonathan 


Appleton, Daniel 


Lee, Larkin F. 


Thistle, Nehemiah 


Bisson, Israel 


Lovett, Augustus 


Thistle, Samuel M. 


Bradford, John 


Loveit, Edmund 


West, Joseph 


Bunker, Nathaniel 


Lovett, Josiah, 2d 


Woodberry, Gideon 


Clark, Israel 


Marshall, John 


Woodberry, Warren 


Claxton, Philip 


Maxy, Elijah 


Woodbury, Jeremiah 


Cleaves, William P. 


Miller, James 


Woodbury, Stephen 



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Lieut. J. Foster's Detachment, Lieut. Col. L. Dodge's Regiment. 

Different periods, 3 to 17 days, from June 20 to Aug. 22, 1814. Service at Beverly. 



Rank and Name. 


Foster, Joseph L. 


Preston, Richard 


Jouathan Foster, Lieutenant 


Foster, Josiah, 4th 


Pride, Peter, Jr. 




Foster, Nathaniel 


Prince, John, 3d 


Joseph Williams, Sergeant 


Foster, Samuel, 2d 


Ray, Gideon 


Israel Foster, Sergeant 


Hale, James 


Rea, Ebenezer, Jr. 


William Standley, Sergeant 


Harris, Jonathan 


Roberts, David P. 


Isacker 0. Foster, Sergeant 


Haskell, James 


Roberts, James 


Hezekiah Foster, Corporal 


Haskell, John 


Russell, Joseph 


William Young, Corporal 


Haskell, William 


Sanderson, John 


Asa Whiting, Corporal 


Herrick, Henry 


Seaward, Nathaniel B. 


Andrew Woodberry, Corporal 


Herrick, William, 3d 


Smith, Isaac W. 




Kelly, Shubael 


Standley, Andrew 


Privates. 


Knowlton, Benjamin 


Standley, John, Jr. 


Abbott, Steplien 


Knowlton, Ebenezer 


Standley, Stephen 


Appleton, Daniel 


Knowlton, Isacker 


Standley, Zacheriah M. 


Barker, William 


Larcon, Andrew 


Stuart, Joseph B. 


Bayles, Alexander 


Lee, Larkin T. 


,;Sumner, John W. 


Bisson, Israel 


Lefavour, Thomas 


Thissell, Nehemiah 


Bradford, John 


Lovett, Augustus 


Thissell, Samuel M. 


Buck, Thomas 


Lovett, Edmund 


Tuck, John 


Bunker, Nathaniel 


Lovett, Isaac 


West, Joseph 


Butman, Benjamin 


Lovett, Josiah, 2d 


West, Thomas 


Cheaver, William P. 


Marshall, James W. 


Woodberry, Elisha 


Clark, Israel 


Marshall, John 


Woodberry, Elliot 


Clark, Jonathan _ 


Maxy, Elijah 


Woodberry, Freeborn 


Claxton, Philip 


Morgan, John 


Woodberry, Gideon 


Corning, Peter 


Morse, Jeremiah 


Woodberry, Jeremiah 


Dodge, Thomas, 3d 


Ober, Isaac 


Woodberry, Joseph 


Eldridge, West D. 


Ober, Joseph 


Woodberry, Mark 


Elliot, John 


Ober, Samuel, 2d 


Woodberry, Richard 


Elliott, James 


Osborn, Asa 


Woodberry, Samuel 


Foster, Ezra 


Patch, William, 2d 


Woodberry, Stephen 


Foster, Israel 


Perkins, George 


Woodberry, Willoughby 


Foster, Jeremiah 


Pierce, William 




Foster, Jonathan, 2d 


Prescott, Asa 





Lieut. J. Davis' Company, Lieut. Col. L. Dodge's Regiment. 
From August 21 to September 21, 1814. Service at Beverly. 



Rank and Name. 


Brown, Andrew 


Lovett, Edmond 


John Davis, Lieutenant 


Butnam, William 


Peart, Jacob 




Chapman, Isaac 


Rea, Gideon 


Thomas Farris, Sergeant 


Chase, Benjamin 


Sands, Isaac 


Benjamin Tappan, Sergeant 


Conant, Ezra 


Standley, David 


Ezra Stone, Corporal 


Cox, John 


Tuck, Levi 


Eleazer Hooper, Corporal 


Edwards, Benjamin 


Ward, John 


Charles Burton, Musician 


Goldsmith, Samuel 


Wilson, John 


Stephen Abbott, Musician 


Hammond, Andrew 


Wimbleton, Charles 




Herrick, George W. 


Young, William 


Privates. 


Hill, Amos 




Ames, Thomas 


Howard, Moses 




Bradford, John 


Leach, Daniel 





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Lieut. D. Friend's Company, Lieut. CoL L. Dodge's Regiment. 

From Sept. 21 to Oct. 21, 1814. Service at Manchester. 



Rank and Name. 


Bachelor, Cornelius 


Roundy, Stephen 


Daniel Friend, Lieutenant 


Butnam, William 


Stickney, Benjamin 




Carter, Nathan 


Tuck, John 


Tiiomas Farris, Sergeant 


Cheaver, Jacob 


Tuck, John, 2d 


Asa Richardson, Sergeant 


Creesy, Noah 


Wallis, Nathaniel 


Willoby Woodbury, Corporal 


Edward, Samuel 


Ward, John 


James Kniglit, Corporal 


Ellingwood, Herbert 


Welch, John 


Benjamin Webber, Corporal 


Herrick, William 


Woodberry, Samuel 


Asa Whiting, Corporal 


Lee, John, 2d 
Manning, William 


Woodbury, Gideon 


Privates. 


Marshall, James W. 




Ayers, Thomas 


Peart, Jacob 




Bacheldor, George 


Pollard, John 





Sergt. J. Ford's Detachment, Lieut. Col. L. Dodge's Regiment. 

From June 14 to June 21, 1814. Service at Beverly. 



Rank and Name. 


Ellingwood, John, Jr. 


Quinon, Abraham 


James Ford, Sergeant 


Elliot, Andrew 


Raymond, Benjamin, 2d 


Jonathan Stickney, Sergeant 


Fielder, Knott 


Raymond, Josiah 


Thomas Farris, Sergeant 


Fielder, William 


Raymond, William 


Stephen Homans, Corporal 


Foster, James 


Roundy, Israel W. 


James Creasy, Corporal 


Gage, A. 


Rummonds, John 


Jason Wilkins, Corporal 


Gardner, John 


Samson, George 


Samuel Dodge, Musician 


Gilnian, Eliphalet F. 


Smith, Nehemiah 


Ebenezer Trask, Musician 


Gouldsberry, Joseph 


Standley, Benjamin, 2d 




Crush, Philip 


Stone, Lsrael 0. 


Privates. 


Hall, John 


Stone, Zachariah 


Abbot, Nathaniel 


Hammond, Andrew 


Thorndike, William 


Allen, Henry 


Hatch, John 


Trask, Benjamin 


Baker, Stephen 


Herrick, George W. 


Trask, John 


Batchelder, Henry 


Herrick, Jonathan, 2d 


Trask, Nathaniel 


Batchelder, Nathaniel 


Howard, Moses 


Wallis, Bartholomew 


Bennet, John 


Knowlton, Mark 


Wallis, Ebenezer 


Bennet, Robert G. 


Lewis, John 


Wallis, Ebenezer, 2d 


Bridge, Mathew 


Lovett, Joseph, 4th 


Wallis, Henry 


Burchstead, George 


Lovett, Pyam 


Webb, John 


Cheever, Joseph 


Lovett, Samuel P. 


Williams, Caleb 


Choate, Henry 


Lovett, William B. 


Wilson, John 


Cleaves, Benjamin 


Meacon, Ebenezer 


Wood, George 


Cleaves, Nathaniel 


Nourse, Stephen 


Wood, William 


Cox, John 


Ober, Samuel 


Woodberry, Jacob 


Derrick, Thomas F. 


Pickett, John, Jr. 


Woodberry, Joseph 


Dodge, Jesse 


Pickett, Richard 


Wright, James 


Eaton, William G. 


Pierce, Thomas 




Ellingwood, Herbert 


Pousland, John, 3d 





Lieut. CoL J. Dudley's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Nov. 7, 1814. Service at South Boston. 



Field and Staff. 
Joseph Dudley, Lieutenant Colonel, 

Roxbury 
Thomas Dean, Major, Boston 
Loammi Kendall, Major, Charlestown 



Lewis Pierce, Adjutant, Dorchester 
George Ware, Quartermaster, Roxbury 
Moses Kidder, Surgeon's Mate, Town- 
send 



Noncommissioned Staff. 
Ralph Houghton, Sergeant Major 
Enos Lake, Drum Major 
John White, Fife Major 



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Capt. F. Davenport's Detached Company, Lieut. Col. J. Dudley's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Nov. 7, 1S14. Raised at Milton and vicinity. Service at South Boston. 



Rank .\nd Name. 


Crocker, John 


Lincoln, Jaras 


Francis Davenport, Captain 


Grossman, Benjamin 


Lincoln, Nehemiah 


Robert S. Davis, Lieutenant 


Cushing, David L. 


Mann, Jacob 


Asa Porter, Lieutenant 


Dedman, Jeduthan 


Marshall, Josiah 


John C. Merriam, Lieuteiiant 


Drury, Nathan 


McDonald, Michael 




Eaton, Ebenezer 


Mclntire, James 


Jason N. Houghton, Sergeant 


Emerson, William 


Merriam, Jacob P. 


Nathaniel Dinsmore, Sergeant 


Fairbanks, Pliney 


Morse, Samuel 


David Rice, Sergeant 


Fay, John 


Newton, Luther 


Hopestill Wilhs, Sergeant 


Fowle, Joseph 


Nichols, Jesse 


Jolin Hobbs, Sergeant 


F'rcnch, Ebenezer 


Osborn, Luther 


Jesse Crane, Corporal 


Gardner, Josiah 


Pierce, Lambert 


Cromwell Gibl^s, Corporal 


Garfield, Cooper 


Pond, Moses 


Samuel H. Boynton, Corporal 


Gault, Benjamin 


Prescott, Abel 


Kmery Barnard, Corporal 


Gilchrist, Joseph 


Reed, Elisha 


John M. Hunt, Corporal 


Green, Luther 


Richardson, Loammi 


Timothy Bancroft, Musician 


Green, Thomas 


Richardson, Peter 


Moses Copeland, Musician 


Harrington, Charles 


Russell, Sylvanus 


Joseph Alexander, Musician 


Harrington, William B. 


Shaw, John 




Hayden, Artemas 


Spooner, Abner 


Privates. 


Hayward, James 


Stone, Samuel 


Alexander, John 


Heald, Thomas 


Talbot, Joel 


Ayres, Joseph 


HoUis, Ebenezer 


Thoruing, Isaac 


Badger, Jonathan 


Holton, Asaph 


Turner, Fobes 


Bancroft, Timothy 


Hosmer, David 


Turner, Seth 


Billings, Ebenezer 


Hunt, Enoch 


Tyler, Richard 


Blanden, John 


Hunt, John M. 


Underwood, Arad 


Blodgett, Enos 


Hunt, Thomas 


Vial, James 


Bond, Phineas 


Hunt, William 


Washburn, Eliab 


Brick, Levi 


Jeffers, William 


Williamson, Calvin 


Brick, Lewis 


Jenkins, Charles 


Wilson, Charles 


Cain, Edward 


Jenkins, Noble 


Wood, Edward 


Chamberlain, Enoch 


Kelly, John 0. 


Wood, Jesse 


Cleverly, Ebenezer 


Kenney, Edward 




Copeland, Moses 


Lenant, William 


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Capt. N. Hastings' Company, Lieut. Col. J. Dudley's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Newton and vicinity. Service at South Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Coffin, Charles 


Nathan Hastings, Captain 


Abbott, William 


Complete, Dennis 


John H. Reed, Lieutenant 


Acres, Thomas 


Curtis, John 


Nathaniel Greggs, Lieutenant 


Ayres, Francis 


Damerell, Samuel S. 


Alvis Gearfield, Ensign 


Balch, William 


Damond, Josiah 


Joseph S. Waterman, Ensign 


Baldwin, Cyrus 


David, James 


Samuel Davis, Ensign 


Barnes, John 


Dean, Simeon 




Barrill, Bill 


Everett, William 


John Cassell, Sergeant 


Blake, Nathaniel 


Ewing, Thomas A. 


William Hansell, Sergeant 


Bowker, Charles 


Fellows, Benjamin 


Thomas Gookin, Sergeant 


Bradburn, Peter 


Fenno, John 


Edward Barrington, Sergeant 


Bright, Jonathan 


Flinn, John 


James S. Oliver, Sergeant 


Brown, John 


French, Joseph 


George Acres, Corporal 


Brown, William 


Hall, Benjamin 


Joel B. Patten, Corporal 


Burchstcd, John 


Harden, Charles 


John Hunt, Corporal 


Butler, Amos 


Harlow, Zacheus 


James Armstrong, Corporal 


Cheaver, John 


Harrington, Wyman 


William Stephenson, Corporal 


Churchill, Joseph 


Hayward, Independent 


Joshua Hatch, Musician 


Clapp, Artemus 


Hill, Ira 


Samuel Lord, Musician 


Clark, Thomas B. 


Holden, Ebenezer 


Jeremiah Kaliler, Musician 


Clowes, Philip 


Holland, John 



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Capt. N. Hastings' Company, Lieut. Col. J. Dudley's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 
Holland, John G. 
Holland, William 
Howe, Henry 
Hurley, James 
Jewett, Joseph 
Johnson, John 
Jones, David 
Jorden, John 
Mann, Thomas 
Martin, Ezokiel 
Merritt, Joshua 
Miller, B. V. ft. P 
Nelson, David 
Norcross, Nathaniel 
Parker, Eber 



Parson, William 
Peters, Horace 
Peterson, John 
Porter, Josiah 
Sawyer, John 
Smith, Andrew 
Steele, Ephraim B. 
Stephens, Hilton 
Stevens, Thomas 
Stowell, Isaiah 
Tallman, William T. 
Thomas, John 
Tilden, Christopher 
Tower, Benjamin C. 
Tower, Jonas 
Trueman, Samuel 



Tucker, Chandler 
Vincent, Joseph 
Vose, William 
Wait, Oliver 
Ware, Thomas 
Welch, John A. 
White, Samuel 
Wilcoat, Joseph 
Williams, Joshua H. 
Willis, Abial 
Williston, James 
Winston, John 
Wiswell, Thomas 
Woodfellow, James 



Capt. M. L. Humphrey's Detached Company, Lieut. Col. J. Dudley's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Hingham and vicinity. Service at South Bcston. 



Rank and Name. 
Moses L. Humphrey, Captain 
Alpheus M. Withington, Lieutenant 
Thomas Griggs, Ensign 

Ralph Houghton, Sergeant 
John Benjamin, Sergeant 
Josiah Babcock, Sergeant 
Lot Stoddard, Sergeant 
Laban Pratt, Sergeant 
Thomas Stoddard, Sergeant 
Nathaniel Wilder, Corporal 
James B. Gill, Corporal 
Benjamin Redman, Corporal 
Benjamin Vinning, Corporal 
Levi Chubbuck, Musician 
Joseph Jordan, Musician 

Privates. 
Abbott, James 
Airs, Jonathan S. 
Atwood, William 
Ayer, Joseph W. 
Blake, Thomas 
Blancliard, Nehemiah 
Cheney, William 
Clapp, John 
Colburn, David 
Colburn, William 
Crehore, Lewis 
Grossman, Abner 
Gushing, Eleazer 
Dove, George 
Farnsworth, Thomas 
Foster, Rufus 
France, Stephen 
Garden, Alpheus 



Gardner, Anthony 
Gening, Nathaniel 
Gennerson, Samuel 
Graves, John 
Harding, Thomas 
Hay, William 
Herron, James 
Hersey, El^enezer 
Howe, Thomas 
Humphreys, Leavitt 
Hunter, Ely 
Jackson, Amasa 
Johnson, Gerah 
Johnson, Moses 
Jones, Thomas 
Joy, David 
Keycs, Lewis 
Kingman, Abner 
Kingman, Asa 
Knight, James 
Landers, William 
Lawrence, Isaac 
Leavitt, Charles 
Lincoln, Cornelius 
Loring, Joshua 
Lucas, Ephraim 
Mace, John 
Macuen, John 
Marsh, William 
Mason, Jabez 
Masting, Edward 
Masting, Richard 
May, David 
Merryfield, Arnold 
Nutting, Buckley 
Orcutt, Samuel 
Otis, William 



Percival, James 
Pierce, Elijah 
Pratt, Enoch 
Pratt, Herriman 
Reed, David 
Reed, Isaac 
Richards, Jacob 
Richards, Jesse 
Riley, David 
Sanborn, David 
Sparrowhawk, Charles 
Stebbins, Timothy 
Stoddard, Ichabod 
Stoddard, Samuel 
Stoddard, William 
Sturdivant, Joshua 
Sweet, Mark P. 
Talbot, Nathaniel 
Thayer, Bela 
Thomas, John 
Thompson, Samuel 
Tower, Benjamin 
Towns, John 
Townsend, Samuel 
Trumbull, Peter 
Vose, John 
Ward, John 
Western, Henry 
Whitney, James 
Whitney, John 
Whittemorc, Amos 
Wilkins, James C. 
Williams, Noah 
Williams, Tillson 
Woodard, James 



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Capt. E. Kingman's Company, Lieut. CoL J. Dudley's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Nov. 7, 1814. Service at South Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Cook, John W. 


Lovell, Samuel 


Edward Kingman, Captain 


Edson, Benjamin 


Macumber, 0. 


Jeduthan Tabor, Lieutenant 


Eldredge, Joseph 


Mason, William C. 




Elliott, Nathaniel 


McFarlin, Elijah 


Henry Huttlestone, Sergeant 


Evans, William 


Nickerson, Michel 


Nathaniel Rand, Sergeant 


Forrester, John 


Ormsby, George 


George Peck, Sergeant 


Goof, Squier 


Paine, Leonard 


Robert Rol5in.son, Sergeant 


Harding, Rufus 


Perry, Caleb E. 


Mark A. Johnson, Corporal 


Harvey, James 


Perry, Jabez 


George Willis, Corporal 


Harvey, James, 2d 


Phillips, Samuel 


Turner Gilniore, Corporal 


Haskell, Nathaniel 


Read, Samuel 


Gilbert Frencli, Corporal 


Haskell, Nathaniel, 2d 


Richmond, John C. 


Martin Allen, Musician 


Hatliaway, Anson 


Sampson, Philip 


John Dunham, Musician 


Hathaway, Enos 


Sekins, Ezekiel 




Hathaway, Gideon 


Snow, Ephraim 


Privates. 


Hathaway, Gideon, 2d 


Sprague, James 


Beard, Stephen 


Ingalls, Royal 


Tabor, Lloyd 


Briggs, Peter 


Lake, George 


White, Eliot 


Carpenter, James 


Lawton, Robert 


Willicr, Jonathan 


Carter, Dennis M. 


Leonard, Elijah 


Williams, Silas 


Caswell, Noah 


Lincoln, John 


Wiswell, James 


Cole, Joseph 


Loring, Samuel 





Capt. W. Knight's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Dudley's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Boston and vicinity. Service at South Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Bradley, Caleb 


Jones, James 


Wentworth Knight, Captain 


Brooks, Barker 


Kittredge, Nahum 


Bela Hunting, Lieutenant 


Burgess, William 


Lamb, William 


Castalio Hosmer, Ensign 


Butterfield, Joseph 


Lincoln, Henry 


David Moody, Ensign 


Carter, Enoch 


Martin, Charles 




Chubbuck, Henry 


McAlvin, William 


Joseph Brown, Sergeant 


Colburn, Prescott 


Mears, Zebediah 


Gardner Fletcher, Sergeant 


Cole, John 


Moore, John 


Thomas Richardson, Sergeant 


Cooley, John S. 


Newton, Edward 


Eliphalet Weston, Sergeant 


Cutler, Leonard 


Nichols, John 


Wi liam Bell, Sergeant 


Dean, Thomas 


Pike, Moses F. 


Ebenezer Tirrell, Sergeant 


Deverall, Samuel 


Pratt, Joseph 


Eli Chase, Sergeant 


Dudley, Silas 


Reed, Isaac 


George Leighton, Corporal 


Duren, John 


Reed, Lott 


Orin B. Sexton, Corporal 


Emerson, Ebenezer 


Rex, John 


Harvey Crosby, Corporal 


Fossitt, Amaziah 


Rich, Obediah 


William Eaton, Corporal 


Foster, Cyrus 


Richardson, Bodwell 


Daniel Proctor, Corporal 


Foster, Enoch 


Robbins, Henry 


Enos Lake, Musician 


Fowle, Isaac 


Siders, Martin 


Ephraim Richardson, Musician 


French, Nehemiah 


Smith, John 


Cyrus Willis, Musician 


Gibson, Isaac 


Somes, John G. 




Heath, Joshua 


Sprague, Samuel 


Privates. 


Holden, James 


Stearns, Moses 


Abbott, Joshua 


Hosmer, Nathaniel 


Stevens, James 


Angler, John 


Howard, Calvin 


Upton, Reuben 


Austin, William 


Howard, Johnson 


White, George 


Babcock, Abel 


Hunt, Slierabish 


Whittier, Peter 


Blodgett, Jacob 


Jenkins, Solon 


Winniek, William B. 


Boutwell, Sewall 


Johnson, Abel 


Woods, Daniel 


Bowman, Samuel 


Jones, Ephraim 


Worcester, Eldad 



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Capt. T. Munroe's Detached Company, Lieut. Col. J. Dudley's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Nov. 7, 1S14. Raised at Dorchester and vicinity. Service at South Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Gushing, John, 2d 


Meheren, Allen 


Thomas Muiiroe, Captain 


Daniels, Isaac 


Morey, Silas 


Thomas Cheney, Lieutenant 


Derby, Martin 


Neal, John 


Joseph Sanger, Lieutenant 


Dunbar, Peleg 


Newcomb, Briant 


Ebenezer Abbott, Ensign 


Dyer, Stephen 


Newcomb, Francis 


Jolin Fowle, Clerk 


Field, Ebenezer 


Nichols, Isaac 




Gardner, Constant 


Pratt, Aaron 


Samuel Savil, Sergeant 


Gardner, Perez 


Pratt, Caleb 


Samuel Newcomb, Sergeant 


Gardner, Quincy 


Pratt, Gideon 


Benjamin Stone, Sergeant 


Hall, Judah 


Pratt, Mather 


Benjamin Dimond, Sergeant 


Haj'den, Elijah 


Pray, George 


James Taggart, Corporal 


Hayden, Luther 


Prouty, Samuel 


Charles Hersey, Corporal 


Haj^'ard, Samuel 


Reed, William 


Thomas R. Shepherd, Corporal 


Hicks, John 


Richardson, Joshua 


Isaac Wadsworth, Corporal 


Hill, Jonathan 


Sampson, Isaac 


Garnet Mollis, Corporal 


Holbrook, Dan 


Simmons, Reuben 


John Ward, Musician 


Holbrook, Elisha 


Souther, Asa 


John Vinton, Musician 


Holbrook, James 


Souther, Nathan 




Holbrook, William 


Spear, Isaac 


Privates. 


Holbrook, Zadoc 


Sprague, Amos 


Alden, Hosea 


Hooker, William 


Stoddard, Levi 


Baggs, David 


Hubbard, Benjamin 


Stowell, Eliakim 


Bailey, John 


Hubbard, Silas N. 


Sylvester, John 


Bates, Phineas 


Hubbard, Thomas 


Thayer, David 


Beal, George 


Humphrey, Stephen 


Thayer, Job 


Billings, Nathaniel 


Hunt, Samuel 


Thayer, Randall 


Blanchard, Thomas 


Leonard, Solomon 


Tower, Alexander 


Briggs, Abner 


Lincoln, Zenas 


Turrell, Kingman 


Burrill, Robert 


Littleton, John 


Vinal, John 


Churchill, Jesse 


Loud, Alexander 


Wade, John 


Clark, Shubal 


Loud, Daniel 


Whidden, Daniel 


Gushing, Adam 


Loud, Eben 


White, James 


Gushing, Allen 


Loud, Perez 


Wild, Elijah 


Gushing, Ensign 


Lovell, Golton or Cotton 


Wise, William 


Gushing, John 


Mann, Joseph 


Witherell, Joshua 



Capt. S. Tolman's Detached Company, Lieut. Col. J. Dudley's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Dorchester and vicinity. Service at South Boston. This company also appears under Lieut. 
Col. J. Page's regiment serving at Fort Warren, Boston harbor, under above dates. 



r 
Rank and Name. 


Aubray, Benjamin 


Clay, Enoch 


Stephen Tolman, Captain 


Bacon, Henry 


Codding, Josiah 


Ebenezer Humphrey, Lieutenant 


Bailey, Henry 


Cook, James 


L. Parker, Lieutenant 


Barrv, William 


Crane, Richard 


Newcomb Bates, Ensign 


Barter, George 


Crosby, John 




Belcher, Eliphalct 


Dewing, Warren 


James Foster, Sergeant 


Belcher, Jeremiah 


Eddy, Sylvanus 


Joseph Richards, Sergeant 


Bishop, James 


Eddy, Zenas B. 


Elias Holbrook, Sergeant 


Blackman, Jacob 


Field, John 


Joseph Battles, Sergeant 


Blanchard, Samuel 


French, Reuben 


Bethuel Reed, Sergeant 


Bond, Thomas 


Garland, Hiram R. 


Enos Tolman, Corporal 


Boxworth, Elijah 


Green, Oliver 


Jonathan Hamlet, Corporal 


Bradshaw, Jesse 


Hagar, Samuel 


Ezra Swallow, Corporal 


Briggs, James 


Havdcn, Peter 


Jonas Hartwell, Corporal 


Brocklebank, John 


Holbrook, Caleb 


Thomas Johnson, Corporal 


Callahan, Joseph 


Hollis, Thomas 


Hosea Dunbar, Musician 


Chamberlain, Amos 


Hovey, Samuel 


Isaac Beal, Musician 


Chamberlain, Obcdiah 


Hunting, Jabez F. 




Chamberlain, Stephen 


Hutchings, William 


Privates. 


Childs, Robert P. 


Lines, John 


Adams, Casner 


Clark, Abner 


Lock, Benjamin B. 


Allen, Tilly 


Clary, Moses 


Lovell, James 



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Capt. S. Tolman's Detached Company, Lieut. Col. J. Dudley's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Paine, Barney 


Tinkham, Ephraim 


Magoon, James 


Paine, Samuel 


Tolman, Edward 


Main, David 


Pender, Isaac 


Tolman, Elijah 


Marshall, Moses 


Perry, John 


Vinall, Simeon 


Mastins, Joseph 


Pierce, Robert 


Wheeler, Abraham 


Mcintosh, Thomas 


Pierce, Thomas H. 


White, David 


Minott, George 


Pinkham, Otis 


White, Nathaniel 


Muncy, Edward 


Porter, Elijah 


Wliitney, Stephen 


Nightingale, Asa 


Reed, Seth 


Whittingtou, Samuel 


Obrine, John 


Roberts, Samuel 


Wild, Joseph 


Orcutt, Mieah 


Sahsbury, Abijah 


Williams, Samuel 


Packard, Buel 


Shumway, Ellis 


Wood, Barnabus 


Packard, Othenial 


Simmons, George 


Woodcock, Timothy 


Page, Charles 


Stockbridge, Thomas 





Lieut. J. Dyer's Detachment, Lieut. Col. J. Dudley's Regiment. 
From Sept. 13 to Oct. 7, 1814. Raised at Hingham and vicinity. Service at South Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Noyes, Merrit 


James Dyer, Lieutenant 


Bates, Jacob 


Pool, William 




Foster, Samuel 


Porter, Samuel 


Micah Nash, Sergeant 


Joy, Cyrus 


Pratt, Solomon 


Leonard Nash, Corporal 


Leach, Eliphalet 


Shaw, Brackley 


Joshua Curtis, Musician 


Lowd, Nathaniel 


Stoddard, Jesse 




Nash, Elias 


AVhiting, Ansel 



Lieut. Col. Enos Foot's Regiment. 
From Sept. 10 to Nov. 7, 1814. Service at Boston and vicinity. 



Field and Staff. 
Enos Foot, Lieutenant Colonel, South- 
wick 
John Hoar, Major, Monson 
David Mack, Jr., Major, Middlefield 
Giles C. Kellog, Adjutant, Hadley 
Edward Morris, Quartermaster, Wilbra- 
ham 



Benjamin Stebbins, Paymaster, West 

Springfield 
Otis Goodman, Surgeon, South Hadley 
Reuben Champion, Surgeon Mate, West 

Springfield 
Joshua Crosby, Chaplain, Greenwch 



Noncommissioned Staff. 
Daniel Frost, Sergeant Major 
0. Spelman, Quartermaster Sergeant 
John Olds, Drum Major 
Lemuel Gardner, Fife Major 
John B. Cooley, Sergeant 



Capt. J. Carew's Company, Lieut. Col. Enos Foot's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Springfield. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 
Joseph Carew, Captain 
Ebenezer Russell, Lieutenant 
David Chandler, Ensign 

Owen Taylor, Sergeant 
Olden Chapin, Sergeant 
James Bennett, Sergeant 
Theodore Chapin, Sergeant 
Jesse Bellows, Corporal 
Jacob Bliss, Corporal 
Kenslow Ainsworth, Corporal 
Jacob Cooley, Corporal 
Otis Smith, Musician 
Caleb Cooley, Musician 



Privates. 
Abbey, Abner 
Baily, Adolphus 
Bates, William 
Bezeley, Edward S. 
Boman, Ransom 
Booth, Elijah 
Brainerd, Austin 
Brainerd, Hosea 
Burt, Francis 
Cadwell, Stephen, Jr. 
Chaffer, Alvin 
Chapin, Aaron 
Chapin, Asaph 
Chapin, Isaac 
Chapin, Quartus 



Chapman, Elijah 
Davis, Abel 
Day, Porter 
Dewey, Charles 
Eaton, Justice 
Eldredge, Freeman 
Frink, Ichabod 
Gardner, Lemuel 
Gates, Saul 
Grandey, Eri 
Hanchet, Frederic 
Hitchcock, Eleazer 
Howard, John 
Ingraham, Artemas 
Jones, Solomon-'-^ 
Kellog, Hawley 



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Capt. J. Carew's Company, Lieut. Col. Enos Foot's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Morgan, Chancy 


Talmage, Calvin 


Kentfield, Smith 


Morgan, Saul H. 


Tarbox, Adriel 


Kirkland, Ichabod, Jr. 


Pease, Charles 


Taylor, Levi E. 


Knight, Samuel 


Pilgrim, Israel 


Taylor, Noah 


Lloyd, Peter 


Pratt, Noah 


Trask, John 


Lucas, George W. 


Runville, Alexander 


Warriner, Warren 


Lyman, Joel M. 


Sellars, John 


Webster, Owen 


McNelly, Elijah 


Shaw, Walter 


Wells, Otis 


Mirrick, Jacob B. 


Smith, Amerith 


Winchester, Alden 


Moody, Spencer 


Squires, Zebina 


Work, Stephen 



Capt. H. Day's Company, Lieut. Col. Enos Foot's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Springfield and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Bosworth, Elisha 


LisweU, Thomas, Jr. 


Hosea Day, Captain 


Bosworth, Zadock 


Meachum, Salalan 


Festus Cooley, Lieutenant 


Boyd, ElLsha 


Miller, Hosea 


Amasa Smith, Ensign 


Brackett, Joshua 


Morley, Horatio 




Brownson, William A. 


Munger, Daniel, Jr. 


Theodore Wortliington, Sergeant 


CoUey, Roger 


Newcomb, Lucius 


Joel Day, Sergeant 


Cook, James 


Noble, Reuben 


Ephi-aim Avery, Sergeant 


Cooley, Charles 


Norton, Simeon, Jr. 


William S. Bow, Sergeant 


Danks, Eliakim 


Olds, Zardeus 


Joel Worthington, Corporal 


Davis, Amos 


Pepper, Phiney 


George Phelps, Corporal 


Day, Horace 


Prentice, Loammi 


Eli Ball, Corporal 


Dunla ->, Alexander 


Prout, Harris 


Thaddeus Warner, Corporal 


Ellis, John, Jr. 


Richardson, Charles 


Alfred Day, Musician 


Ely, Henry 


Roberts, Joseph A. 


Jesse Whitman, Musician 


Ely, Osly 


Searl, Jerry 




Farnham, Warren 


Shattuck, Jacob W. 


Privates. 


Flower, Horner 


Smith, Michel 


Ainsworth, Luther 


Gillet, Cephas 


Squire, Abel 


Allen, Benjamin J. 


Gorum, Charles 


Squire, Peter 


Alvord, Sewall 


Hains, Daniel 


St. John, Caleb 


Ball, Francis 


Howard, Amasa 


Underwood, Levi 


Barnes, Harvey 


Kent, Gains 


Vanhorn, Harvey 


Barnes, Nathan 


Knapp, Russel 


Worthington, Ransford 


Barton, Samuel 


Lad, John, Jr. 


Wright, Sylvester 


Bates, Sylvester 


Lad, Nathan 




Bomphroy, Lewis 


Leonard, Juber, Jr. 





Capt. I. Fuller's Company, Lieut. Col. Enos Foot's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Nov. 7, 1S14. Raised at Monson and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Bennet, Calvin 


Cross, Lyman 


Isaac Fuller, Captain 


Bennet, Eben 


Dangy, Martin 


Abner Brown, Lieutenant 


Bennett, Ralph R. 


Dunbar, John 


Robert Sessions, Ensign 


Blodget, WiUiam 


EUingwood, Chester 




Bradish, Henry 


English, Aaron 


Julius Ward, Sergeant 


Bradway, William, 2d 


Fay, Wilham 


Erastus Lumbard, Sergeant 


Brown, Abner 


Fetton or Felton, Oliver 


David H. Childs, Sergeant 


Brown, James 


Gardner, Timothy 


Erastus Darley, Sergeant 


Bunt, Sabin 


Hal], Bryant 




Butler, Ebenezer 


Harvey, George 


Privates. 


Butterworth, Shubal 


Hayrus, Jonathan 


Allen, Lemuel 


Chaffer, Freeborn M. 


Hitchcock, Eaton 


Allen, Sanders 


Collins, Saniar 


Lewis, Edward 


Alvord, Luther 


Cone, Mathew H. 


Lumbard, Abiram 


Barrows, William 


Cooley, Aretus 


Lumbard, Lyman 


Benchard, Seneca B. 


Cooley, Asher 


Mexton, Daniel, Jr. 



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Capt. I. Fuller's Company, Lieut. Col. Enos Foot's Regiment. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Richardson, Lewis 


Stanton, Palmer 


Micholds, Zadock 


Rider, Elisha 


Stcbbins, Abiel 


Moore, John, 3d 


Russell, Charles 


Stebbins, Erasmus 


Moulton, Abel 


Sherman, Joseph, Jr. 


Stebbins, James 


Moulton, Abiel 


Smitli, Martin 


Switcher, Timothy 


Moulton, Mace 


Squire, Charles, Jr. 


Thayne, Luther 


Nichols, Daniel S. 


Sciuire, John 


Tupper, Spencer 


Nichols, Joshua 


Squire, Solomon, Jr. 


Wi liams, Joshua 


Persons, Quart us 


Squire, William 


Wiswell, David 


Reed, Jason 


Stacy, Alfred 





Capt. G. Gilbert's Company, Lieut. Col. Enos Foot's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Nov. 7, ISH. RiiLsod at Belchertown and vitinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Church, Jonathan 


Marsh, Lemuel 


George Gilbert, Captain 


Clark, Eliphalet 


Marsh, Moses 


Thomas Field, Lieutenant 


Clark, Selah 


Moody, Enos, Jr. 


Samuel Rich, Ensign 


Conant, Josiah 


Paine, Levi 




Currier, Samuel 


Pepper, Abner 


Jonathan Olds, Sergeant 


Davis, Aaron 


Phelps, Benjamin, Jr. 


Joseph Winter, Sergeant 


Davis, John 


Phelps, Simeon 


Ralph Morgan, Sergeant 


Davis, Rodney 


Randall, Lewis 


Whitney Richardson, Sergeant 


Dunbar, Josiah, Jr. 


Renmow, Thomas 


Sear Blackner, Corporal 


Eastman, Peter 


Rice, Ransom 


Austin Ames, Corporal 


Elder, John 


Rider, John 


Roswell Knowlton, Corporal 


Eveleth, Asa 


Shearer, Pierce 


Noah Dyer Hubbard, Corporal 


Fisher, Salem 


Smith, James, Jr. 


John Conkey, Musician 


Folk, Abraham 


Soal, Asa 




Forbes, Henry 


Spring, Jolm 


Privates. 


Ford, Packard 


Sprout, Ezra 


Adams, Ichabod 


Ford, Seth H. 


Squire, Thomas 


Allen, Samuel 


Gray, Chester 


Stephenson, David 


Alvord, Alvin 


Hamilton, Silas 


Taylor, Lucius 


Arnold, Lewis 


Hannum, Sydney 


Titus, Horatio 


Ayers, Calvin 


Harwood, Benjamin B. 


Town, Solomon 


Barnaby, Nathan, Jr. 


Hubbard, Elijah 


Wheeler, Solomon 


Bartlet, Alexander 


Hunt, John 


White, Saul 


Bartlett, Alva 


Jenks, Jeremiah 


Whitney, Elisha 


Barton, Augustus 


Kentfield, Elias 


Willis, John 


Bout well, Levi 


Kidder, Elkanah 


Wilson, Francis 


Chapin, James 


Lathrop, Erastus 


Wright, Elan 



Capt. W. Marvin's Company, Lieut. Col. Enos Foot's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Granville and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Elsworth, Hezekiah 


William Marvin, Captain 


Barlow, Heman 


Gilbert, Warren 


Mathew Smith, Lieutenant 


Barnes, Ebenezer 


Graves, Issacher 


Saul Lyman, Ensign 


Bates, Phineas B. 


Hall, Elijah 




Beach, Geriel 


Haskius, Elijah 


Solomon Root, Sergeant 


Booth, Elisha 


Henry, Samuel 


Samuel Pomroy, Sergeant 


Chandler, Samuel 


Hitchcock, Ebenezer M. 


Salmon Belding, Sergeant 


Cheeseman, Abel 


Meacham, Philip 


George W. Granger, Sergeant 


Cheeseman, Saul 


Moore, Asa 


Jeremiah S. Grove, Corporal 


Clampton, Samuel 


Muffit, Abraham 


Simon Stewart, Corporal 


Clark, Ralph C. 


Northway, Friend 


James H. Birchard, Corporal 


Cook, Rusisell 


Nott, OUver 


Charles Slavton, Corpoi'i"! 


Darling, William 


Parsons, John 


George Taylor, Musician 


Day, Jacob 


Pheland, Gad 


Alpheus Bancroft, Musician 


Dickson, Caleb W. 


Pratt, Silas 


Morgan Deny, Musician 


Durant, Clark 


Robinson, Chancy 



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Capt. W. Marvin's Company, Lieut. Col. Enos Foot's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Smith, Abner 


Taylor, William 


Rogers, .Joshua 


Smith, Anson 


Tillotson, Samuel 


Ronney, Sewall 


Smith, George 


Waite, Thomas 


Rose, Calvin 


Smith, Jesse 


Ward, Artemas 


Rose, Christopher 


Smith, Russell 


West, Lloyd 


Sanderson, Saul 


Spelman, Lyman 


Witt, William 


Seagar, Charles H. 


Stedman, Edward P. 


Wright, Erastus 


Skinner, John 


Still, Roger 


Wright, William 


Slocum, Charles C. 


Stone, Harvey 





Capt. A. G. Phelps' Company, Lieut. Col. Enos Foot's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Westfield. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Caldwell, Timothy 


Morley, John 


Aaron G. Phelps, Captain 


Carrington, John 


Noble, Alva 


Nathan Morse, Lieutenant 


Carter, Harry 


Noble, David 


Henry Tracy, Ensign 


Chapman, Asa 


Noble, Edmund 




Chapman, Caleb 


Noble, Hezekiah 


Royal Fowler, Sergeant 


Chesbrock, Elihu 


Olds, Moses, Jr. 


Abram Rising, Jr., Sergeant 


Clapp, Robert 


Owen, Elijah 


Noah Bartlett, Sergeant 


Clark, Phiney 


Parmer, Joseph 


Logan Crosby, Sergeant 


Clark, Roswell 


Quiles, Isaac 


Robert Frazer, Corporal 


Cooley, Festus 


Richmond, John 


Charles Parks, Corporal 


Corrin, Elijah 


Rowlen, Luther 


Harvey Bosworth, Corporal 


Cushman, Simeon M. 


Saeket, Israel 


Ralph Dewey, Corporal 


Danks, Ruel 


Shepherd, Theodore 


Amos Webster, Musician 


Dewey, Paul 


Sikes, James 


Austin Stocking, Musician 


Dibble, Daniel, Jr. 


Smith, Joab 




Egleston, Eli 


Stebbins, Asa 


Privates. 


Field, Thomas, Jr. 


Stebbins, Obed W. 


Allen, Alexander 


Hayden, Jacob 


Steen, Elisha 


Allen, Ziba 


Herrington, Asa 


Stephen, Jesse 


Bath, Daniel 


Hitchcock, Chancy 


Stephens, Solomon 


Bath, Edmund 


Holcomb, Edmund 


Streeter, Kellog 


Blogett, Benjamin 


Hombs, Lymond 


Terry, Edmund S. 


Bond, Lucius 


Hubbard, Allen 


LTpton, Sturgis 


Brackett, John, Jr. 


Johnson, William 


Ward, Simeon 


Brown, William 


Leonard, Alanson 


Warfield, Horace 


Brush, James, 2d 


Lord, Samuel 


Williams, Saul 


Buckmond, Jacob 


Lownsbury, Benjamin 





Capt. E. Scott's Company, Lieut. Col. Enos Foot's Regiment. 
From Sept. 10 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Ware and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Baldwin, King 


Harvey, Elijah, Jr. 


Ephraim Scott, Captain 


Barton, Josiah 


Harwood, Andrew, Jr. 


Joseph Shaw, Lieutenant 


Boyden, Ozel 


Hinckley, Stotham 


Ezekiel Boyden, Ensign 


Carrier, Samuel 


Howlet, Sylvester 




Cleveland, Benjamin 


Kimball, Asa 


AUender Brackem-idge, Sergeant 


Collins, Sylvanus 


Lake, Philip D. 


Jonathan Cooley, Jr., Sergeant 


Cutter, Eber 


Lamberton, James F. 


Evander Darby, Sergeant 


Cutting, Cyprian 


Lamberton, Reuben 


Foster Marsh, Sergeant 


Damon, Aljel 


Lazell, Reuben 


Calvin Murray, Corporal 


Demon, Samuel, Jr. 


Levins, Charles 


Heron Wright, Corporal 


Eaton, Darius 


Lewis, Benjamin 


Phineas Converse, Musician 


Eddy. Daniel 


Lumbard, Aliial 


John Grant, Musician 


Eddy, Ira 


Lmnbard, David 




Eddy, John 


Mason, William 


Privates. 


Fisk, Asa 


May, Saul 


Abbey, Adolphus 


Glazin, Perley 


Maynard, Jonathan 


Allen, Waters 


Graham, William 


Mcintosh, John 



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Capt. E. Scott's Company, Lieut. Col. Enos Foot's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Pratt, Ebenezer 


Squire, Jesse 


Merrit, Isaac 


Pratt, Jonathan 


Stricklin, Emery 


Moulton, Perley 


Richardson, Pliny 


Thayer, Lyman 


Needham, Abner 


Richardson, Rufus 


Thompson, Asa 


Needham, Jonathan 


Ryder, Daniel 


Webber, Kimball 


Nourse, Reuben 


Sherman, Earl 


Woolcot, Lyman 


Osborn, Isaac 


Sinnnons, Joseph 


Wright, Joel 


Osborn, Levi 


Spear, William 





Capt. J. Taylor's Company, Lieut. Col. Enos Foot's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Nov. 7, 1S14. Raised at Pclham and viciuity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Davis, Levi 


Martin, Chester 


John Taylor, Captain 


Dickinson, John, 3d 


Ma.son, William 


Enos Dickinson, Lieutenant 


Dickin.son, Jonathan 


McMaster, Henry 


Abijah Dickinson, Ensign 


Dickinson, Leonard 


Newell, Reuben 




Dillingham, Job 


Nobles, Walter 


Charles Billings, Sergeant 


Eastman, Philip 


Packard, Elijah 


Chester Gray, Sergeant 


Fisher, Loren 


Packard, Samuel 


Alpheus Osborn, Sergeant 


Goodall, Jacob 


Parker, Saul 


Asa Brown, Sergeant 


Goodall, Rufus 


Pease, Lemuel 


John A. Harris, Corporal 


Graj', Patrick 


Pierce, Alden 


Luther Thompson, Corporal 


Hannums, Gove 


Pike, Nathaniel 


Lyman Cutler, Corporal 


Hannums, Henrv 


Prime or Prince, Saul 


Earl Wilds, Corporal 


Harlow, Lewis 


Randall, Elijah 


John Church, Musician 


Hawks, John 


Randol, Elisha 


Horatio James, Musician 


Hendrick, Stephen 


Root, Luther 




Hooper, Gamaliel 


Ruggles, Fordyce 


Privates. 


Hubbard, Jonathan 


Smith, James 


Ayers, Lucius 


Jannevar, George 


Stanlev, Samuel 


Below, Leonard 


Kellog, David 


Stockwell, Charles 


Bennet, John 


Kellogg, Joshua 


Strong, Simeon 


Billings, Christopher 


Kenfield, Chester 


Thayer, Reuben 


Buckman, Arad 


Leach, Amasa 


Turner, Jonathan 


Conkey, John S. 


Lee, Ezra 


Wiley, Samuel 


Conkey, William 


Leonard, Watson 


Wolcott, Francis 


Cook, Asa 


Lincoln, Luther 


Wood, Alden 


Cummings, Asa 


Marsli, Asa 


Wright, Gains 


Dana, Joseph 


Marsh, Joseph, 2d 


Wright, Saul 



Capt. E. Goss' Detached Company of Mendon, Lieut. Col. W. Hasting's Regiment. 

From Sept. 1'6 to Nov. 30, 1814. Service at Fort Warren. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Darling, John 


Enos Goss, Captain 


Allen, Daniel 


Darling, Zelick 


Asa Rogers, Lieutenant 


Allen, Otis 


Davenport, Daniel 


Amasa Childs, Ensign 


Amsden, David 


Dexter, Nathan 


Isaac Wilkins, Ensign 


Barton, Joseph 


Doney, Benjamin 




Battle, Ebenezer 


Elliot, Dummerston 


Luther Davis, Sergeant 


Bowen, William C. 


Elwell, Thomas 


Artemas Proutv, Sergeant 


Briggs, Rufus 


Fish, Charles, Jr. 


Pond, Sergeant 


Brigham, Lambert 


Flagg, Luke 


Alexander White, Sergeant 


Brooks, Ebenezer 


Gage, Philip 


Joseph Cook, Sergeant 


Brooks, Joseph 


Geer, Ebenezer 


Henry Lawrence, Sergeant 


Brown, John 


Gilman, James 


Jacob Whitnev, Corporal 


Brown, Rufus 


Glazier, Reuben 


Lemuel Briggs, Corporal 


Brown, William 


Grinnell, Isaac 


Ebenezer Gears, Corporal 


Chittenden, Israel 


Hamilton, Squire 


WiUiam Woodland, Corporal 


Clemens, Luther 


Hawes, Caleb 


Reuben Stoddard, Musician 


Cochran, James 


Hajrward, John 


Phinehas Barton, Musician 


Damon, George 


. 



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Capt. E. Goss' Detached Company of Mendon, Lieut. Col. W. Hasting's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Pierce, William 


Stratton, Alpheus 


Holbrook, Otis 


Pond, Jeremiah 


Sweetser, Silas 


Holman, Richard 


Prentice, George 


Townsend, Henry 


Holman, Samuel 


Rawson, Allen 


Tucker, Daniel 


Hunt, Horace 


Rich, John 


Tyler, Cutter 


Keyes, Elisha 


Russell, Job 


Walker, Oiin H. 


King, Samuel 


Sawyer, John G. 


Walker, Samuel 


Knight, George 


Seaver, Joseph 


Warner, Jonathan 


Mann, Levi 


Shepherd, Cheney 


Waters, Nathaniel 


Mclntire, Jonathan 


Shumway, Edward 


Wells, Albigence 


Meads, Freeman 


Silsby, Phinehas 


Whalking, Jacob 


Moores, Joseph A. 


Smith, Phinehas 


White, Ancyl 


Murdock, Samuel 


Smith, Sardius 


White, Jeremiah 


Newman, Etjenezer 


Snow, Jonas 


White, John 


Nichols, John, 3d 


Staples, Charles 


Wilson, Benjamin 


Parks, Artemas 


Stimpson, George 


Wood, John 


Perry, Jeduthan 


Stone, James 





Capt. Thomas Harrington's Roll of Detached Company of Shrewsbury and Vicinity, Lieut. Col. Walter Basting's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Nov. 30, 1814. Service at Fort Warren. 



Rank and Name. 
Thomas Harrington, Captain 
Elisha Foster, Lieutenant 
Thomas Hill, Ensign 

Joshua N. Mellen, Sergeant 
Joshua Sawyer, Sergeant 
Rufus Ballou, Sergeant 
Jonah Miles, Sergeant 
Artemas Bowers, Corporal 
John Bowers, Corporal 
Reason Reed, Corporal 
Jonah Goddard, Corporal 
Stephen B. Brigham, Corporal 
David Fisk, Musician 
James Ball, Musician 

Privates. 
Boyden, Amos 
Brewer, Abijah 
Brewer, Henry 
Brigham, Lovel 
Brown, Charles 
Bryant, Thomas 
Butterfield, Stephen R. 
Capron, Joshua 
Carlton, Thomas 
Chamberlain, Samuel J. 
Chase, Daniel P. 
Chickering, Oliver 
Clark, Jason 
Collis, Abel 
Coolidge, Merrick 
Cutler, Isaac 
Davis, Abel 
Davis, Ohver 



Davis, Peter 
Day, David 
Dival, John, 3d 
Duff, Royal 
Dunster, Henry 
Fenno, William 
Flagg, Levi, Jr. 
Furbush, Daniel 
Gleason, Artemas 
Goddard, Lyman 
Gray, Abel 
Hale, Otis 
Hancock, WiUiam 
Harrington, Emery 
Harrington, Schuyler 
Hart, Joseph 
Hashley, Stephen S. 
Haskell, Joseph 
Hemenway, Martin 
Holden, James 
Houghton. Asa 
Houghtonj Millard 
Houghton, Phinehas 
Hunt, Frederic 
Johnson, Joel or Jacob 
Johnson, William 
Kent, James 
Lawrence, Millard 
Leland, Lowell 
Lincoln, Alanson 
Mills, John 
Moore, Henry 
Murdock, Hollis 
Murdock, James 
Parker, Cyrus 
Parks, Jesse 



Partridge, Hiram 
Partridge, Samuel 
Perham, Hiram 
Phelps, Asaliiel 
Polly, Amos 
Polly, Jacob 
Poore, Andrew 
Priest, Libbeus 
RandcU, Edward 
Reed, David 
Rice, Loammi 
Richardson, Thomas 
Robbins, Jonathan 
Robertson, James G. 
Rogers, John 
Sawtell, Henry 
Sawyer, Jonas 
Scott, Daniel 
Sibley, Nathaniel 
Simonds, Elijah 
Small, Isaac 
Spaulding, Maurice 
Spring, Ephraim 
Stowe, Samuel 
Stowell, William E. 
Taylor, Augustus 
Taylor, Isaac 
Tuttle, Simon 
Vinica, Hiram 
Wait, David 
White, Amos 
Whitman, William 
Wiley, Samuel 
Woodard, Jesse 
Woods, John, Jr. 



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Lieut. CoL C. Howard's Regiment. 

From Sept. 2 to Oct 19, 1814. Service at Plymouth. 



Field .\nd Staff. 
Caleb Howard, Lieutenant Colonel, 

Bridgewater 
Theodore Mitchell, Major, Bridgewater 
Epliraiin Ward, JMajor, ]Middleborough 
Hector Orr, Adjutant, Bridgewater 
Cyrus Keith, Adjutant, Middleborough 



Jacob Dyer, Quartermaster, Abington 
John Keith, Paymaster, Middleborough 
James Thracker, Surgeon 
James Kendall, Chaplain, Plj'mouth 



Noncommissioned Staff. 
William Bonney, Sergeant Major 
William Ncwhall, Quartermaster Sergeant 

John Patty, Carpenter 
Joshua Randall, Waiter 



Capt. N. Edson's Company, Lieut. Col. C. Howard's Regiment. 

From Sept. 20 to Oct. 12, 1814. Raised at Bridgewater. Service at Plymouth. 



Rank and Name. 


Churchill, Eleazer 


Latlvrop, Beza 


Nathaniel Edson, Captain 


Cook, Kingman 


Orcutt, Gershom 


Nahum Leonard, Lieutenant 


Copeland, Azel H. 


Orcutt, Moses 


Ansel Hayward, Ensign 


Copeland, Charles 


Packard, Asa 




Dunbar, Charles 


Packard, Mayo 


Benjamin B. Howard, Sergeant 


Dunbar, Martin 


Packard, Samuel 


Seth Keith, Sergeant 


Edson, Jesse 


Perkins, Edmund 


William Allen, Sergeant 


Hartwell, Daniel 


Pool, John 


Ansel Alger, Sergeant 


Hartwell, Daniel L. 


Randall, Benjamin 


Charles Howard, Corporal 


Haj'ward, Jacob 


Reed, Ezekiel 


Jonathan Copeland, Corporal 


Hayward, Luther 


Snow, Charles 


Simeon Taj'lor, Corporal 


Haywood, Eli 


Snow, Daniel 


ApoUos Randall, Corporal 


Howard, David 


Snow, David 




Howard, Edward C. 


Soule, John 


Privates. 


Howard, Pliney 


Thayer, Abijah 


Alger, Howard 


Howard, Sidney 


Thayer, Earle 


Ames, Charles 


Howard, Simeon 


Wales, Nathaniel 


Bartlett, David 


Howard, Ziba 


Williams, Josiah 


Briggs, Asa 


Keith, Austin 


Williams, Perez 


Caldwell, Ebenezer 


Keith, Parden 


Willis, John 


Caldwell, John 


Landis, Daniel W. 


Willis, Martin 



Capt. I. Keith's Company, Lieut. Col. C. Howard's Regiment. 

From Sept. 20 to Oct. 15, 1814. Raised at Bridgewater. Service at Plj-mouth. 



Rank and Name. 


Bearce, Ford 


Howard, Caleb 


Isaac Keith, Captain 


Bellington, Nathaniel 


Howard, Lina 


Waldo Ames, Lieutenant 


Bisbee, Chandler 


Hudson, Isaac 


Sylvester Keith, Ensign 


Blanchard, Eli 


Hudson, Miles 




Brown, Emery 


John.son, Lebina 


Jared Pratt, Sergeant 


Brown, Isaac, Jr. 


Johnson, Sidney 


Seth Leach, Sergeant 


Chamberlin, Abija 


Keith, Abner 


Thomas Whitmarsh, Sergeant 


Chamberlin, Louis 


Keith, Ephraim 


Jared Reed, Sergeant 


Conant, Andrew 


Keith, Lewis 


Azor Howe, Corporal 


Dunbar, Ehab 


Keith, Oliver 


Seth Gurnejr, Corporal 


Dyer, Ezekiel 


Keith, Perez 


Joseph Chamberlin, Corporal 


Eastburn, Peleg 


Keith, Solomon 


Ichabod Keith, Corporal 


Edson, Charles 


Keith, Ze iheniah 




Edson, Pliney 


Latham, 3. 


Privates. 


Fobes, Joshua, 2d 


Lazell, Martin 


Alden, Amasa 


Gannet, Joseph 


Leach, Levi 


Alden, Ezra, 2d 


Hall, Barzilla 


Leach, Peleg 


Allen, Barziliel 


Hatch, Luther 


Mitchell, Simon W. 


Allen, Daniel 


Hathaway, Cushman 


Parris, Orren 


Ames, Nathaniel 


Hathaway, Seebra 


Parris, Thomas 


Bates, Daniel 


Hobert, Joseph 


Princin, William 


Beals, Asa 


Hooper, Simeon 


Randall, Nathaniel 



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Capt. I. Keith's Company, Lieut. Col. C. Howard's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — 
Ruiulell, Martin 
Ruth, William, Jr. 
8nell, ISamuel 
Standish, Miles 
Sturdevant, Samuel 



Concluded. 



Stutson, Peleg 
Washburn, .Josiah 
Waterman, Otis 
Whitman, Nathan 
Whitmarsh, Lot 
Wilbur, Barrick 



Wilbur, George 

Wilbur, Isaac 
Wilcv, William 
Willis, Daniel, Jr. 
Wood, Philander 



Capt. N. Lincoln's Company, Lieut. Col. C. Howard's Reg-iment. 

From Sept. 20 to Oct. 10, 1814. Raised at Bridgewater. Service at Plymouth. 



R.-iNK AND Name. 


Delano, John 


Packard, Ambrose 


Nehemiah Lincoln, Captain 


Dickerman, Samuel 


Packard, David 


Ephraim Cole, Lieutenant 


Dike, Bela C. 


Packard, David, 2d 


Silas Dunbar, Ensign 


Dike, Samuel, Jr. 


Packard, Ezra 




Drake, Martin 


Packard, Galen 


Gustavus Sylvester, Sergeant 


Dunbar, Simeon, 2d 


Packard, Hezekiah 


Martin Kingman, Sergeant 


Edson, Jonathan 


Packard, Isaac 


Adam Packard, Sergeant 


Emes, Isaac 


Packard, Jason 


Simeon Dunbar, Sergeant 


Field, John 


Packard, Jesse 


Daniel Packard, Corporal 


Field, Waldo 


Packard, Joseph S. 


Nathan Jones, Corporal 


French, Sylvanus 


Packard, Lincoln 


Jabez Kingman, Corporal 


Glass, Charles 


Packard, Luke 


Galen Manly, Corporal 


Hatch, James 


Packard, Sullivan 




Hayward, Ira 


Phillips, Cyrus B. 


Privates. 


Hayward, Waldo 


Reynolds, Thomas 


Ames, Benjamin 


Howard, Austin 


Shaw, N. 


Ames, John 


Howard, Cyrus 


Smith, John 


Ames, Nathaniel 


Howard, Gideon 


Snell, Jeremiah 


Ames, Theron 


Howard, Lewis 


Snell, Matthew 


Battles, William 


Howard, Oliver 


Snell, Oliver 


Brett, Lenos 


Howard, Oliver, Jr. 


Snow, Sprague 


Brett, Samuel 


Howard, Otis 


Sumner, Lemuel 


Bryant, Oliver 


Howard, Sidney 


Thomas, John 


Buiinel, John 


Jackson, Barnard 


Warner, Simeon 


Carey, Lenos 


Kingman, Benjamin 


Warren, Cyrus 


Carey, Luther 


Laning, James 


Warren, Galen 


Carey, Martin 


Lincoln, Charles 


White, Loring 


Carev, Simeon 


Manly, Hayward 


Whiten, Isaac 


Cooley, Chester 


Manly, Solomon 


Willis, Ephraim 


Crocker, Ebenezer 


May, John 


Willis, James 



Capt. J. Howe's Company, Lieut. Col. C. Howard's Regiment. 

From Sept. 20 to Oct. 18, 1814. Service at Plymoutli. 



Rank and Name. 


Samuel Norton, Corporal 


Nash, James 


Joshua Howe, Captain 


Joseph B. Smith, Corporal 


Norton, Benjamin, Jr. 


David Reed, Lieutenant 




Noyes, Alva 


Benjamin King, Ensign 


Privates. 


Noyes, Benjamin, Jr. 




Brown, Daniel E. 


Pool, Daniel 


David Townsend, Sergeant 


Brown, Oak P. 


Pool, William, Jr. 


John Hunt, Sergeant 


Brov/n, Samuel N. 


Reed, Abel 


John Whiting, Sergeant 


Burrill, Daniel 


Shaw, Nathaniel 


Spencer Gloyd, Sergeant 


Erskine, Christopher 


Vining, Ezra 


Robert Pratt, Corporal 


Gurney, Chandler R. 




Jacob Noyes, Corporal 


Humble, David 





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Capt. S. Washburn's Company, Lieut. Col. C. Howard's Regiment. 

From Sept. 20 to Oct. 19, 1814. Raised at Bridgewater. Service at Plymouth. 



Rank and Name. 


Conant, Galand 


Leonard, Charles F. 


Sears Washburn, Captain 


Conant, Sylvanus 


Leonard, Isam 


Edward Southworth, Lieutenant 


Copeland, Martin 


Leonard, Samuel 


Slieplierd Fales, Ensign 


Dyer, Daniel 


Leonard, Seth 




Edson, Allen 


Leonard, Spencer 


George Chipman, Sergeant 


Fobes, Alpheus 


Leonard, William S. 


Abie! Rickman, Sergeant 


Fobes, Reed 


Mitchell, Arthur 


Joseph Hooper, Sergeant 


French, Daniel 


Mitchell, Caleb 


Jonah Benson, Sergeant 


Fuller, William 


Mitchell, EHsha 


Caleb Bassett, Corporal 


Hall, Ebenezer 


Mitchell, Jonathan 


Elisha Richardson, Corporal 


Hall, Reuben 


Packard, Pardon 


Joseph Hayward, Corporal 


Hall, Sylvanus 


Pierce, John 


Lewis Harlow, Corporal 


Harden, Jabez 


Pierce, Zadock 


Elijah Pratt, Musician 


Harden, Ward 


Pratt, Benjamin 




Hayward, Calvin 


Pratt, Nathan 


Privates. 


Hayward, Edson 


Pratt, Seth 


Aldeu, Oliver 


Hayward, Erastus 


Richmond, James 


Alden, Thomas 


Hayward, Jeremiah 


Sanger, Samuel F. 


Andrews, Asaph 


Hayward, Seth 


Short, Samuel 


Bassett, Cyrus 


Hayward, Tiba 


Snell, Benjamin, Jr. 


Bassett, Jonathan 


Hill, Barnum 


Sprague, Benjamin 


Bassett, Jo.seph 


Hooper, Isaac 


Swift, Isaac 


Bassett, Josiah 


Jackson, John 


Swift, Ruel 


Bassett, Keith 


Keith, Benjamin 


Thompson, Abraham 


Bassett, William 


Keith, Caleb 


Thomson, James 


Benson, Cyrus 


Keith, Orrin 


Washburn, Seth 


Benson, Jonathan 


Keith, Otis 


Whitman, Daniel 


Benson, Nathan 


Keith, Sylvanus 


Williams, George 


Benson, Seth 


Leonard Ansel 


Wintworth, Theophilus 



Capt. N. Eddy's Company, Lieut. Col. C. Howard's Regiment. 

From Sept. 21 to Oct. 12, 1S14. Raised at Middleborough. Service at Plymouth. 



Rank and Name. 


Burbank, Walter 


Sherman, Nathan 


Nathaniel Eddy, Captain 


Cobb, Otis 


Soule, Ezra 


Croade Sturdevant, Lieutenant 


Cole, Freeman 


Soule, Isaac 


John Trueman, Ensign 


Corrington, Jacob 


Soule, John, Jr. 




Cushman, George 


Soule, Thomas 


Simeon Wood, Sergeant 


Donham, Daniel 


Soule, William 


Micah Leonard, Sergeant 


Eaton, Ziba 


Standish, Joseph 


John Tinkham, Sergeant 


Eddy, Ezra 


Swift, Joseph 


Southworth Ellis, Sergeant 


Eddy, William S. 


Thomas, Eliab 


Isaac Soule, Corporal 


Everson, Timothy 


Thomas, Harvey C. 


William Cornish, Corporal 


Farmer, Joseph 


Thomas, Israel 


Bennet Briggs, Corporal 


Faunce, James 


Thomas, Jacob 


Samuel Bent, Corporal 


Freeman, Josiah 


Thomas, Jeremiah, Jr. 


Josiah Tinkham, Musician 


Fuller, John S. 


Thomas, Zenas 


Barnabus Eaton, Musician 


Harlow, Ellis 


Tinkham, Asa 




Harlow, Josiah 


Tinkham, Ebenezer 


Privates. 


Harlow, Stephen 


Tinkham, Enos 


Atkinson, Samuel 


King, Obed 


Tinkham, George W. 


Atwood, Francis 


Leonard, Samuel 


Tinkham, Harvey 


Atwood, Samuel 


Morse, Samuel 


Tinkham, Levi 


Baker, Joseph 


Norcutt, Ansell 


Tinkham, Sylvanus 


Barrows, George 


Norcutt, Zebina 


Tucker, Nathan 


Bent, Zenos 


Pratt, Benjamin 


Vaughan, Jabez 


Bosworth, Lewis 


Pratt, Zerubabel 


Warren, James 


Briggs, S. 


Raymond, Levi 


Washburn, Thomas 


Bryant, Anchiel 


Reynolds, Joshua 


Weston, Daniel 


Bryant, Isaac 


Richmond, Allen 


Wood, Alba 


Bryant, Levi 


Robinson, Josiah 


Wood, Peter, Jr. 


Bryant, Seth 


Shaw, Ehjah 


Wood, Ransom T. 


Bumpus, Thomas 


Shaw, Samuel 


Zall (?), Simon 


Burbank, Samuel 


Shaw, Thomas 





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Capt. J. LeBaron's Company, Lieut. CoL C. Howard's Regiment. 

From Sept. 21 to Oct. 12, 1814. Raised at Middleborough. Service at Plymouth. 



Rank and Name. 


Chace, Benjamin 


Pierce, Elisha 


Joseph LeBaron, Captain 


Crapo or Craps, Briggs 


Pierce, Freeman 


Gideon Haskins, Lieutenant 


Edminster, John 


Pierce, Gilbert 


Jonathan Pierce, Ensign 


Gammon, Ephraim 


Pierce, Rowland 




Gibbs, Andrew 


Pierce, Silas, 2d 


Isaac Rider, Sergeant 


Gibbs, Pelham E. 


Pratt, Elihu 


James Cummins, Sergeant 


Griffith, Ellis 


Reddington, Joseph 


Elisha T. Clark, Corporal 


Hacket, George 


Rider, Chapman 


Ebenezer Smith, Corporal 


Hall, Nathan 


Rider, Robert 


John Benson, Corporal 


Hammond, John 


Rider, Samuel 


Zenos Raymond, Corporal 


Hammond, Shubal 


Rider, Standish 


William Shurtliff, Musician 


Harlow, Benjamin 


Shaw, Benjamin 


Samuel Lovell, Musician 


Haskell, Seth 


Shaw, John 




Hatch, Samuel 


Shaw, William 


Privates. 


Hathaway, Elijah 


Sherman, Isaac 


Alden, Earl 


Hathaway, Noble E. 


Sherman, Willis 


Andrews, Zephaniah 


Holmes, Thomas 


Shurtliff, Abiel 


Atwood, William 


King, Isaac 


Thomas, Andrew 


Barney, Jonathan 


LeBaron, Lazarus 


Thomas, Eleazer 


Bennett, Abraham 


LeBaron, Ziba 


Thomas, Eliphalet 


Benson, Ansel 


Macumber, Asa 


Thomas, Ephi'aim 


Benson, Asa 


Macumber, Joseph 


Thomas, Lathrop 


Benson, Linus 


Macumber, Josiah R. 


Thomas, Otis 


Bishop, Zenos 


Martin, Lindel 


Thomas, Perez 


Blackwell, Levi 


Miller, Loring 


Thomas, Seneca 


Borden, Japtha 


Musham, Caleb 


Thomas, William N. 


Bumpus, Samuel 


Musham, Ebenezer 


Thomas, Winslow 


Canady, Alexander 


Musham, Joseph 


Washburn, Roland 


Carver, Josiah 


Musham, Samuel 


Wood, Harvey 


Caswell, Benjamin 


Parker, Joseph 


Wood, Pelham 


Caswell, Elijah 


Perry, Otis 


Wood, Thomas 


Caswell, Thomas 


Pierce, Eliphalet 


Wood, Zenos 



Capt. P. H. Pierce's Company, Lieut. Col. C. Howard's Regiment, 

From Sept. 21 to Oct. 15, 1S14. Raised at Middleborough. Service at Plymouth. 



Rank and Name. 


Bump, Thomas 


Reed, Nathan 


Peter H. Pierce, Captain 


Bump, Warren 


Richmond, Elias 


Luther Murdock, Lieutenant 


Burgess, Josiah D. 


Richmond, William 


Orren Tinkham, Ensign 


Caswell, George 


Sears, Oliver S. 


Hercules Richmond, Sergeant 
George Shaw, Sergeant 
Enos Eaton, Sergeant 
Ezra Wood, Sergeant 
Daniel Hathaway, Corporal 
Andrew Warren, Corporal 
Abner Leonard, Corporal 
Daniel Thomas, Corporal 
Andrew Hopkins, Musician 
Paddock Tinkham, Musician 


Cole, James 
Cole, Samuel 
Cole, William 
Doggett, Eliphalet 
Dunham, Calvin 
Ellis, George 
Harlow, Ezra 
Haskins, Levi 
Howard, Abel 
Keith, Cyrus 
Keith, Israel 


Shaw, Elisha 
Southworth, Leonard 
Southworth, Thomas 
Thomas, Isaac 
Thomas, Levi, 2d 
Thomas, Walter 
Tinkham, Caleb 
Tinkham, Cornelius 
Tinkham, John 
Vaughan, Cushman 
Vaughan, Daniel 


Privales. 


Kinsley, LTnite 


Vaughan, Peter 


Alden, Rufus 


Leonard, Benjamin 


Vaughan, Sylvanus 


Arms, Thomas C. 


Leonard, Gideon 


Waterman, Joseph 


Atwood, Joshua 


Little, John William 


Weston, Daniel 


Bardon, Randolphus 


Macumber, Gideon 


Weston, Seth 


Barrows, Sylvanus 


Macumber, Nathaniel 


White, Cyrus 


Barrows, Thomas 


McCullv, Andrew 


Wilder, Beniah 


Bennet, Jacob 


Nelson, Cyrus 


Willis, William 


Billington, Francis 


Norcut, Daniel 


Winslow, Edward 


Bosworth, Augustus 


Paddock, Joseph 


Wood, Ichabod, 2d 


Bourne, East 


Perkins, John C. 


Wood, Jeremiah 


Bourne, Leonard 


Perkins, Nathan 


Wood, Levi 


Bump, Andrew 


Pierce, Benajah 


Wood, Lorenzo 


Bump, Josephus 


Pratt, Thomas 


Wood, Sylvanus T. 



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Capt. G. Pratt's Company, Lieut. Col. C. Howard's Regiment. 

From Sept. 21 to Oct. 15, 1S14. Raised at Middlcborough. Service at Plymouth. 



Rank and Name. 


Drake, Enoch 


Ramsden, Job 


Greenleaf Pratt, Captain 


Drake, Enos 


Reed, Elijah 


Ebenezer Vaughan, En.sign 


Drake, William 


Reed, Luke 




Eaton, Alfred 


Robbins, Lemuel 


Martin White, Sergeant 


Eaton, Barzilla 


Robinson, Alvin 


Benjamin Washburn, Sergeant 


Eaton, Seth 


Rod, Solomon 


Malitiah H. Pearce, Sergeant 


Eaton, Solomon 


Samson, John 


Anson Pearce, Sergeant 


Freeman, Stephen 


Samson, Thomas 


Henry Perkins, Corporal 


Fuller, Elisha 


Shackley, Joseph 


Nathaniel Andrews, Corporal 


Clifford, Jonah 


Shaw, Eben 


Elias Parris, Corporal 


Goodwin, Charles 


Shaw, Ebenezer 


John Clark, Corporal 


Hammond, Elisha 


Shaw, Eli 




Hathaway, Silas 


Shaw, Joel 


Privates. 


Hawland, William 


Shaw, Joshua 


Alden, Daniel 


Hinds, Leonard 


Shaw, Sullivan 


Alden, Elijah, Jr. 


Hoar, Job, Jr. 


Shaw, Zephaniah 


Alden, Seth 


Hoar, Stephen 


Skiff, Abraham 


Ashley, Luther 


Hoar, William 


Standish, John C. 


Baker, James 


Keith, Aberdeen 


Strobridge, Ebenezer 


Baley, Winslow C. 


Keith, Jeremiah 


Townsend, Avery 


Braley, Silas 


Lewis, Elijah 


Washburn, Nathan 


Burgess, Stephen 


McAuly, Obed 


Washburn, Thomas 


Canady, Zebulon 


Miller, Samuel 


Westgate, Daniel 


Caswell, Nathaniel 


Nelson, John 


Westgate, Horace 


C'lark, Henry 


Peirce, Isaac 


Westgate, Obed 


Clark, Richard 


Perkins, Zalli 


Westgate, William 


Cole, Alden 


Pickins, Silas 


Weston, Abner 


Cole, Samuel 


Picking, Zacheus 


White, Solomon 


Coombs, Simeon 


Pierce, Eaton 




Drake, David 


Pierce, Joseph 





Capt. S. Cushman's Company, Lieut. Col. C. Howard's Regiment. 

From Sept. 26 to Oct. 19, 1814. Raised at Attleborough. Service at Plymouth. 



Rank and Name. 


Clark, Simeon 


Lathrop, Cyrus 


Samuel Cushman, Captain 


Cobb, Garvis 


Morse, Swan 


Elijah Smith, Lieutenant 


Codding, Abial 


Newcomb, Thomas 


John A. Reed, Ensign 


Cooper, Benjamin 


Newland, John C. 




Cushman, Richard 


Perry, Steplien 


L. Hunt, Sergeant 


Dean, Charles 


Phillips, Amasa 


Thacker Pierce, Sergeant 


Drake, Isaac 


Pratt, Amasa 


Andrew B. Blasdell, Sergeant 


Drew, John, Jr. 


Quiggle, Elias 


Daniel Burt, Sergeant 


Dunkam, William 


Randall, Caleb 


Seth Tisdale, Corporal 


Field, Charles 


Randall, Elvina 


Jonathan French, Corporal 


Field, Solomon 


Randall, Nathan 


Zephaniah Briggs, Corporal 


Fisher, Daniel 


Reed, Otis 


Barney Randall, Corporal 


Fuller, Jonathan 


Richards, George 


Seneca Wing, Musician 


Goward, Israel 


Robbins, Moses 




Hammond, Caleb 


Sanford, Saul 


Privates. 


Howard, Asaph 


Snow, Nathan 


Allen, Asa 


Howard, Barnabas 


Thomas, Enoch, Jr. 


Allen, Verona S. 


Howard, Henry 


Thompson, David, 3d 


Banny, Josiali 


Idle, Aruna 


Tinglejf, Samuel 


Barrows, Wheaton 


Jenks, George F. 


Tripp, Abel 


Belcher, Solomon 


Jillson, Amos 


Whipple, Barnard 


Bioknell, William 


Jillson, David 


White, Asa 


Bowen, Uriah 


Johnson, Oliver 


White, Willis 


Carpenter, Ebenezer 


Keitli, Daniel 


Williams, Greenfield 


Chaffin, Comfort F. 


King, Benjamin 





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Capt. E. Daggett's Company, Lieut. CoL C. Howard's Regiment. 

From Sept. 26 to Oct. 19, 1814. Raised at Attleborough. Service at Plymouth. 



Rank and Name. 


Crowley, Jacob 


Richards, Thomas 


Eliliu Daggett, Captain 


Dean, Abijah 


Richardson, Benjamin 


Alfred Skinner, Lieutenant 


Dean, Barnard 


Robinson, Elijah 


Jabel Ingraham, Ensign 


Dean, Simeon 


Skinner, Herbert 




Eddy, Lyman 


Skinner, Loring 


Chester Bugbee, Sergeant 


Eldridge, Isaac 


Stanly, George 


Benjamin Blandin, Sergeant 


Everett, Joel 


Stanly, Miller 


John Williams, .Jr., Sergeant 


Everett, Silas 


Starkey, Cyrus 


Judson Blake, Sergeant 


Gailor, Amhurst 


Starkey, Milton 


Fisher Blackinton, Sergeant 


Godfrey, David 


Swan, Duty 


Joseph W. Hodges, Corporal 


Green, Simeon 


Tailor, Ebenezer 


Nathaniel Danforth, Corporal 


Hall, George 


Thayer, Ezra 


Elijah Eddj^, Corporal 


Harden, Simeon 


Thayer, Jonathan 


Charles Wetherell, Musician 


Hodges, Henry B. 


Thompson, Ebial 


Harmon Stanley, Musician 


Holmes, Eliphalet, Jr. 


Thompson, Hiram 




Hopkins, John 


White, Augustus 


Privates. 


Ingraham, Elias 


White, Jonathan 


Bates, Dexter 


Keith, William 


Whiting, John T. 


Bates, Ezekiel 


Lathrop, Salmon 


Whitmore, Edmund 


Blackinton, David 


May, Jully 


Wilbur, Joel 


Blackinton, Virgil 


May; Lemuel 


Wilbur, Josiah 


Blake, Samuel B. 


Morse, Spencer 


Williams, Joseph 


Bramin, Andrew 


Norton, Asa 


Williams, Rufus 


Bramin, Sylvanus 


Penny, Ichabod 


Wilmarth, Scth 


Cooper, Noah 


Penny, John 





Capt. N. Wilder's Company, under Gen. Goodwin's Command. 

From June 24 to July 10, 1814. Raised at Middleborough. Service at New Bedfoid. 



Rank and Name. 


Barden, John 


Sherman, Willis 


Nathaniel Wilder, Captain 


Barden, R. 


Snow, Daniel 


Linus Washburn, Lieutenant 


Bennet, Jacob 


Southworth, Leonard 


Coburn Shaw, Ensign 


Caswell, George 


Southworth, William 




Cole, Samuel 


Stevens, Josiah 


Joseph Haskell, Sergeant 


Eaton, Israel 


Tinkham, John 


Benjamin Richmond, Sergeant 


Eaton, Solomon 


Vaughan, Andrew 


Svlvanus Warren, Sergeant 


Eaton, Ziba 


Vaughan, Cushnian 


Benjamin White, Sergeant 


Hathaway, Silas 


Vaughan, Daniel 


George Leonard, Corporal 


Hayford, Benjamin 


Vaughan, George 


Abner Leonard, Corporal 


Keith, Israel 


Warren, Daniel 


Hosea Leatch, Corporal 


Leonard, Samuel 


Washburn, Thomas 


Apollus Richmond, Corporal 


Nelson, Cyrus 


Winslow, Edward 


Joshua Haskins, Musician 


Paddock, Joseph 


Wood, Ichabod, 2d 


Isaac Tinkham, Musician 


Perkins, Silva 


Wood, Lorenzo 




Pinkham, Cornelius 


Wood, Sylvanus 


Privates. 


Reed, Nathan 




Alden, Oliver H. 


Reed, Solomon 




Aldrich, Hosea 


Shaw, Elisha 





Lieut. CoL Benjamin Lincoln's Regiment. 

Different dates between June 13 and Oct. IS, 1814. .Service at New Bedford. 



Field and Staff. 
Benjamin Lincoln, Lieutenant Colonel 
Edward Pope, Major 
John Coggshall, Major 
Levi Pierce, Major 
Ebenezer Hunt, Major 



Elisha Toby, Adjutant 
Daniel Lane, Adjutant 
William Gordon, Engineer 
William Kempton, Quartermaster 
Samuel Perry, Surgeon 



Noncommissioned Officer. 
Elijah Wilber, Quartermaster Sergeant 



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Capt. W. Nye's Company, Lieut. CoL B. Lincoln's Regiment. 

From June 17 to June 29, 1S14. Raised at New Bedford. Service at New Bedford. 



R.\NK AND Name. 


Dillingham, Benjamin 


Nye, James 


William Nye, Captain 


Fitch, Hardy E. 


Peckham, William 


Jeduthan Taber, Lieutenant 


Fuller, John 


Perkins, Alden 


Barnabas Hammond, Ensign 


Gelatt, John 


Pope, Enos 




Gifford, Obed 


Pope, Silas 


Freeman Pope, Sergeant 


Grinnell, Remington 


Russell, Lemuel 


Loring Pope, Sergeant 


Hamblin, Reuben 


Shaw, Abraham 


Reuben Taber, Sergeant 


Hammond, James 


Shaw, George 


William West, Sergeant 


Hammond, Michael 


Shaw, Thomas 


Allen Norton, Sergeant 


Hendricks, John 


Shaw, William 




Hiller, Jonathan 


Sherkley, Ephraim 


Privates. 


Holmes, Oliver 


Spooner, Lemuel 


Alden, Ebenezer 


Holmes, William 


Spooner, Noah 


Allen, John 


Howard, Benjamin 


Stetson, Ansel 


Allen, Rufus 


Howard, William 


Stetson, Mitchell 


Allen, Warren 


Huttlestone, Thomas 


Stevens, Seth 


Bennet, Charles 


Jenne, Benjamin 


Stoddard, Henry 


Besse, Nathaniel 


Jenne, David 


Swift, Charles D. 


Blossom, Levi 


Jenne, Israel 


Taber, John 


Chandler, Ezekiel 


Jenne, Jonathan 


Taber, Joseph 


Chase, Robertson 


Jenne, Luther 


Taber, Samuel 


Church, James 


Jenne, Nathaniel 


Tripp, James 


Clark, Davis 


Kelly, Amos 


Tripp, Sylvaims 


Cunningham, Jesse 


Kempton, Daniel 


Tripp, Thomas 


Delano, Ebenezer 


Kempton, Elijah 


Tripp, William 


Delano, Ephraim 


Kempton, Nathan 


A\'est, Samuel 


Delano, Henry 


Kempton, Stephen 


West, Thomas 


Delano, Joseph 


Kinnev, Jonathan 


Whitefield, George 


Delano, Reuben 


Mitchell, Seth 


Wilson, Hammond 


Delano, Warren 


Mortoli, Timothy 


Wood, Elihu 



Capt. R. Swift's Company, Lieut. CoL B. Lincoln's Regiment. 
From June 17 to June 30, and July, 1814. Raised at Fairhaven. Service at Fairhaven. 



Raxk and Name. 


Burt, Sylvester 


Mosher, Holden 


Reuben Swift, Captain 


Case, Isaac 


Mosher, Richard 


Job Millard, Lieutenant 


Chase, Israel 


Myrick, Jolm 


Seth Bumpus, Ensign 


Chase, Joseph 


Omans, James 




Cowen, William 


Parker, Elijah 


William Swift, Sergeant 


Craps, Abel 


Pettis, Silas 


James Ripner, Sergeant 


Craps, Asa 


Philips, Ira 


Allen Bourne, Sergeant 


Cummings, John 


Pierce, Russell 


Allen Chase, Sergeant 


Davis, James 


Pool, Abiather 


Zena Cowen, Sergeant 


Demmings, Gordon 


Pool, Major 


Nathaniel Spooner, Sergeant 


Douglass, George 


Pope, Cornelius 


Thomas Hathaway, Sergeant 


Eddy, John 


Reed, Alden 


Thomas Collins, Sergeant 


Edminster, John 


Reed, Lemuel 


James Purrington, Musician 


Freeman, John 


Reed, Lemuel B. 


Noah Waste, Musician 


Gifford, Alden 


Reynolds, Abraham 


Thomas B. Smith, Musician 


Gifford, Jonathan 


Reynolds, Benjamin 




Gifford, Paul 


Reynolds, Noah 


Privates. 


Hanmiond, Samuel 


Reynolds, Philip 


Allen, Abraham 


Hathaway, Benjamin S. 


Reynolds, William 


Allen, Gardner 


Hathaway, Isaac 


Rider, Henry 


AUin, John 


Hathaway, William 


Russell, Humphrey 


Andi-ews, Jolm 


Higgins, Nathan 


Russell, Stephen 


Arnoly, Lemuel M. 


Hoard, Elias 


Samson, Stephen 


Babcock, Isaac 


Howland, Timothy 


Shearman, Stephen 


Brightman, Nathan 


Hunter, John 


Shearman, Uriah 


Burden, Holden 


Jackson, Edmund 


Snell, Abel 


Burden, James 


Jenney, Joseph H. 


Snell, Leonard 


Burt, Simeon 


Mosher, Gideon 


Spooner, Joshua 



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Capt. R. Swift's Company, Lieut. Col. B. Lincoln's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Upham, James 


Wing, Stephen 


Spooner, Micah 


Washburn, Stillman 


Wing, Stephen, 2d 


Strange, Lot 


Weston, Enoch 


Winslow, Joshua 


Taber, Peter 


Whalen, Daniel 


Winslow, Richard 


Thomas, Arnold 


Whalen, Jonathan 


Woddell, Nathaniel 


Tobey, Samuel F. 


Wheedon, Daniel 


Wolcott, Oliver 


Tobey, William 


Wheeler, Calvin 


Wood, James 


Tripp, Ebenezor 


White, Job 




Tripp, Rufus 


Williams, John 





Capt. J. Davis' Company, Lieut. Col. B. Lincoln's Regiment. 

From June 18 to June 28, 1814. Raised at Westport. Service at Westport. 



Rank and Name. 


Francis, Elisha 


Reed, James 


Jonathan Davis, Captain 


Gifford, Adams 


Reynolds, Thadeus 


George Wood, Lieutenant 


Gifford, David 


Sandford, Thomas 


Wilson lung. Ensign 


Gift'ord, George 


Sissou, Benjamin 




Gifford, Isaac 


Sisson, Daniel 


Privates. 


Gifford, Job 


Sisson, George 


Allen, Jacob 


Gifford, Pardon 


Smith, William 


Bert, Simeon 


Gifford, Peleg 


Snell, Henry 


Bert, Sylvester 


Gifford, Warren 


Snell, James 


Besse, Lathrop 


Gifford, Zacheus 


Snell, John 


Borden, Bisoum 


Gray, Samuel 


Strange, Joseph 


Borden, Stephen 


Handy, James H. 


Tripp, Benjamin 


Borden, Thomas 


Hayden, Ebenezer 


Tripp, Duray 


Brown, George W. 


Howland, William 


Tripp, Elihu 


Brownell, Daniel 


Kirby, Stephen 


Tripp, Howard 


Brownell, George 


Kirby, William 


Tripp, Job 


Buffington, Mason 


Lincoln, Nathan 


Tripp, Nathaniel 


Case, William 


Macumber, Eplu'aim 


Tripp, Philip 


Chace, Levi 


Perry, Phineas 


Tripp, Stephen, 1st 


Cornell, James 


Petty, Asa 


Tripp, Stephen, 2d 


Cornell, Solomon 


Petty, Benjamin 


Tripp, Stephen, 3d 


Cornell, Thomas T. 


Petty, Elias 


Tripp, Weston 


Cornwell, Christopher 


Petty, Moses 


Tripp, William 


Craps, Reuben 


Petty, Nathan 


Wate, Reuben 


Crocker, Canaan 


Petty, Pardon 


White, Alfred 


Davis, Zebedee 


Petty, Philip 


White, George 


Davol, Allen 


Petty, Silas 


White, Luther 


Davol, Benjamin 


Petty, Stephen 


Wordell, Benjamin 


Davol, Davis 


Petty, Thomas 


Wordell, George 


Davol, Peter 


Pickham, Pliilip 


Wordell, Gershom 


Dennis, Pcleg 


Potter, George 


Wordell, John 


Dwelling, Warren 


Potter, Joshua 


Wordell, Peleg 


Evans, William 


Potter, Philip 


Wordell, Perry 



Capt. S. Ashley's Company, Lieut. Col. B. Lincoln's Regiment. 

From June 18 to June 30, 1814. Raised at Freetown. Service at New Bedford. 



Rank and Name. 


John Allen, Corporal 


Ashley, Leonard 


Simeon Ashley, Captain 


Benjamin Ellis, Corporal 


Ashley, Tabor 


Samuel Macumber, Ensign 


Clark Haskins, Corporal 


Ashley, Thomas 




Ephraim Gurney, Musician 


Braley, Job 


Bishop Ashley, Sergeant 


David F. Hathaway, Musician 


Braley, Jonathan 


John Brownserville, Sergeant 




Briggs, Abel 


Philip Taber, Sergeant 


Privates. 


Brownserville, Joseph 


Gilbert Brownserville, Sergeant 


Ashley, Abraham 


Burt, John 


Josiah Demoransville, Corporal 


Ashley, Abraham, 2d 


Case, William 



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Capt. S. Ashley's Company, Lieut. CoL B. Lincoln's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Jackett, Nathaniel 


Reynolds, Wilbour 


Clark, Asa 


Lawrence, David 


Rogers, Luther 


Clark, Joseph 


Lucas, Ansel 


Rounsville, Silas 


Cummings, George 


Mason, Hezekiah 


Westgate, William 


Cummings, William 


Perkins, Noah 


White, James 


Downing, Frederic 


Pitsley, Abraham 


White, John 


Downing, John 


Pitsley, Alexander 


White, Malachi 


Gorham, James 


Pitsley, Francis 


White, Samuel, Jr. 


Haskell, Nathaniel 


Pitsley, James 




Hathaway, Philip 


Reynolds, Micah, 2d 





Capt. L. Hathaway's Company, Lieut. CoL B. Lincoln's Regiment. 

From June 20 to July 1, 1814. Raised at Freetown. Service at New Bedford, 



Rank and Name. 


Dean, John, 2d 


Payne, Henry 


Lynde Hathaway, Captain 


Dean, King 


Payne, Solomon 


Thomas Burbank, Lieutenant 


Douglass, Daniel 


Perkins, George 




Downing, Joshua 


Philips, Bavtus 


Preserved Cotton, Sergeant 


Edminster, Lemuel 


Philips, Pierce 


Joseph Evans, Sergeant 


Evans, William 


Porter, Henry 


Joseph Evans, 2d, Sergeant 


Haskins, John 


Pratt, John N. 


William Winslow, Musician 


Hathaway, Bradford 


Randal, Thomas 


Calvin Payne, Musician 


Hathaway, Daniel 


Raymond, Benjamin 




Hathaway, Ennis 


Read, Dean H. 


Privates. 


Hathaway, Enoch 


Read, John 


Andrews, Zephaniah 


Hathaway, Ephraim 


Reed, Joseph 


Booth, Thomas S. 


Hathaway, Henry P. 


Richmond, Abraham 


Bordon, Stephen 


Hathaway, Jason 


Richmond, Isaac 


Briggs, John, Jr. 


Hathaway, Joseph, 2d 


Richmond, Samuel 


Briggs, Josephus 


Hathaway, Lot 


Sepl, Joshua 


Burbank, Isaac, Jr. 


Hathaway, Malbon 


Staples, Gilbert 


Burr, William 


Hathaway, Michael 


Strange, John, Jr. 


Chace, Edmund 


Hathaway, Noah 


Terry, James 


Chace, Gilbert, Jr. 


Hathaway, Phihp P. 


Terry, Joseph 


Chace, Holden 


Hathaway, Silas 


Terry, Sials 


Chace, James 


Howland, Malichi 


Webster, James 


Chace, Michael 


Howland, Seth 


Wilbour, Derius 


Chace, Samuel 


Marble, Charles 


Wilkinson, John 


Chace, Simeon 


Martin, Mason 


Winslow, Barnabas 


Cudworth, John D. 


Miller, Ebenezer 


Winslow, Ephraim 


Davis, Paul 


Nichols, John 


Winslow, Gilbert 


Dean, Benjamin, Jr. 


Nichols, William 


Winslow, William 


Dean, Ebenezer 


Paddock, Eddino 




Dean, John 


Payne, Abraham 





Capt. W. Nye's Command, Lieut. CoL B. Lincoln's Regiment. 

From June 30 to July 10, 1814. Service at New Bedford and Fairhaven. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Clark, David 


William Nye, Captain 


Alden, Ebenezer 


Cunningham, Jesse 


Jeduthan Taber, Lieutenant 


Allen, John 


Delano, Ebenezer 


Barnabas Hammond, Ensign 


AUen, Rufus 


Delano, Ephraim 




Allen, Warren 


Delano, Henry 


Noncommissioned Ofticbhs. 


Bennett, Charles 


Delano, Joseph 


Freeman Pope 


Besse, Nathaniel 


Delano, Reuben 


Reuben Taber 


Blossom, Levi 


Delano, Warren 


William West 


Chandler, Ezekiel 


Dillingham, Benjamin 


Allen Morton 


Chase, Robertson 


Fitch, Hardy E. 




Church, James 


Fuller, John 



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Capt. W. Nye's Command, Lieut. Col. B. Lincoln's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Jeune, Nathaniel 


Spooner, Lemuel 


Gelatt, John 


Kelley, Amos 


Spooner, Noah 


Gifford, Obed 


Kempton, Daniel 


Stetson, Ansel 


Griiinell, Remington 


Kempton, Elijah 


Stetson, Michell 


Hainblin, Reuben 


Kempton, Nathan 


Stevens, Seth 


Hammond, James 


Kempton, Stephen 


Stoddard, Henry 


Hammond, Michel 


Kenney, Jonathan 


Swift, Charles D. 


Hammond, Wilson 


Mitchell, Seth 


Taber, John 


Hendricks, John 


Morton, Timothy 


Taber, Joseph 


Hillev, Jonathan 


Nye, James 


Taber, Samuel 


Holmes, Oliver 


Peckman, William 


Tripp, James 


Holmes, William 


Perkins, Alden 


Tripp, Sylvanus 


Howard, Benjamin 


Pope, Enos 


Tripp, Thomas 


Howard, William 


Pope, Silas 


Tripp, William 


Huttlestone, Thomas 


Russell, Lemuel 


West, Samuel 


Jeune, Benjamin 


Shaw, Abraham 


West, Thomas 


Jeune, David 


Shaw, George 


Whitefield, George 


Jeune, Israel 


Shaw, Thomas 


Wood, Elihu 


Jeune, Jonathan 


Shaw, William 




Jeune, Imther 

. ^^ 


Shertley, Ephraini 





Capt. W. Nye's Command, Lieut. Col. B. Lincoln's Regiment. 

From June 30 to July 10, 1814. Service at New Bedford. 



Rank and Name. 


Delano, Richard 


Pinkham, Ebenezer 


William Nye, Captain 


Dillingham, Lemuel 


Pratt, Andrew 


Jeduthan Taber, Lieutenant 


Doane, Joshua 


Pratt, Luther 


Phineas White, Ensign 


Gammon, William 


Proctor, Caleb 




Gifford, Reuben 


Randall, James 


Robert B. Pratt, Sergeant 


Gifford, Shubal 


Sampson, Seth 


Thomas Adams, Sergeant 


Hammond, Caleb 


Shaw, James 


Joseph Keene, Sergeant 


Hammond, Daniel 


Snow, Loami 


Ezra White, Sergeant 


Hammond, Elihu 


Spooner, Benjamin 


Henry Stoddard, Sergeant 


Hathaway, Michael 


Spooner, John 


Isaac S. Church, Sergeant 


Hathaway, Nicholas 


Spooner, Thomas 


William Taber, Sergeant 


Hiller, Jonathan 


Staples, William 


Cornelius Brew, Sergeant 


Hiller, Levi 


Taber, James 


Stephen Merrihew, Corporal 


Howard, Thomas 


Taber, Pardon 


Robert Cook, Corporal - 


Jenney, Edward 


Terry, Elias 


Michael Bennet, Corporal 


Jenney, Jedutham 


Terry, Sanford 


Ebenezer Keene, Corporal 


Jenney, Joseph 


Tobey, Elisha 


Reuben Keene, Musician 


Jenney, Samuel 


Tripp, Gilbert 


Silas Stetson, Musician 


Kent, Noah 


Tripp, Lemuel 




Kinney, Jacob 


Tripp, Timothy 


Privates. 


Kinney, Phineas 


Tripp, William 


Alden, Seth 


McNeal, Francis 


Vincent. Abncr 


Allen, Alden 


Merrihew, Edmund 


Vincent, Isaac 


Allen, Anthony 


Moses, Joshua 


West, Edward B. 


Allen, Zacheus M. 


Myi'ick, Ebenezer 


Wheeden, John 


Ashley, Abraham 


Nye, James 


White, Ansel 


Ashley, William 


Nye, Pardon 


White, William 


Bennet, Jeremiah 


Omey, Wilbourn 


Whitefield, Humphrey 


Bowen, Martin 


Oman, Thomas 


Wilcox, Jonathan 


Bradford, Mallone 


Parker, John 


Wood, Richard 


Bryant, Bela 


Parker, Lutlier 


Wood, Thomas 


Clark, Ezekiel 


Parker, Nathan 


Wood, William 


Cushman, Isaac 


Perry, John 


Woodcock, Manson 


Delano, John 


Pierce, Samuel 





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Capt. G. G. Chace's Company, Lieut. Col. B. Lincoln's Regiment. 

From July S to July 25, 1S14. Raised at Berkley. Service at New Bedford. 



Rank and Name. 


Dean, Cornehus 


Philips, David 


Giles G. Chace, Captain 


Dean, Gilbert 


Philips, Ephraim 


Enos Williams, Lieutenant 


Ellis, James 


Philips, Serrannus 


Job Dean, Ensign 


Evans, David 


Pierce, Elisha 




Fisk, David 


Pitts, John 


William Garsliee, Sergeant 


Francis or Fraser, Charles 


Place, Joseph 


Eliab Dean, Sergeant 


French, Joseph 


Read, Gideon 


Asa White, Sergeant 


Goff, Robert 


Reading, Joseph 


Biarush Hathaway, Sergeant 


Hacket, Joseph 


Richmond, Theodore 


Thurston Brown, Sergeant 


Hathaway, Lemuel 


Robinson, Abial 


Andrew Backus, Corporal 


Hathaway, Luther 


Rose, Joseph 


Joel W. Dean, Corporal 


Hervey, Darius 


Simmons, Nathan 


Anson Hathaway, Corporal 


Hervey, Frederic 


Snow, Ebenezer 


John Perkins, Corporal 


Hilliard, Henry 


Snow, Linus 


Chandler Dean, ISIusician 


Hoard, Cromwell 


Walker, George, Jr. 


Daniel Howard, Musician 


Holmes, Abner 


Walker, Robert 


Isaac Paul, Jr., Musician 


Holmes, Ebenezer 


Walker, Saul 




Horton, Simeon 


Warren, James 


Privates. 


Howland, Samuel 


Westgate, Weston 


Allen, Eaton 


King, Isaac, Jr. 


White, Jarvis 


Bent, Joseph 


Levi, Morris 


Whitmore, John W. 


Boodry, Benjamin S. 


Luther, Royal 


Wilbour, Charles 


Bretton, Ira 


Newhall, Ebenezer 


Wilbour, Elkanah 


Briggs, Bennet 


Newton, Arnold 


Wilbour, Joshua 


Briggs, Peter 


Page, James B. 


Williams, Thomas 


Caswell, Pliilip 


Palmer, David 


Wright, John 


Chace, Aaron, Jr. 


Paul, Dean 




Chace, James 


Peckham, Silas 





Capt. S. Shepperd's Company, Lieut. Col. B. Lincoln's Regiment. 
From July 8 to July 25, 1814. Raised at Taunton. Service at New Bedford. 



Rank and Name. 


Coffin, Peleg 


Macumber, Bradford 


Silas Shepperd, Captain 


Coleman, Elijah B. 


McCumber, Ira 


Nathan King, Lieutenant 


Crossman, John 0. 


McFarland, Elisha 


Samuel Gulliver, Ensign 


Grossman, William 


Mirrick, Ebenezer 




Crossman, William H. 


Morcut, Benjamin 


Oliver Soper, Sergeant 


Dean, Linus 


Paddelford, James 


William Haskins, Sergeant 


Elliot, Asiel 


Park, William 


Zeph Walker, Sergeant 


Francis, Edward B. 


Pierce, Clothier 


Benjamin King, Sergeant 


Gilbert, Samuel 


Pratt, Enos 


James H. Blake, Corporal 


Godfrey, Albert 


Reed, Amariah 


Edward Knap, Corporal 


Harvey, David 


Reed, George W. 


Elisha Walker, Corporal 


Haskins, Eben 


Reed, Jonathan 


George S. Hood, Corporal 


Haskins, Nathaniel 


Reed, William 


Ephraim Atwood, Corporal 


Haskins, William P. 


Richmond, Beza 


Zera Wilbur, Musician 


Hathaway, Job 


Shelby, Libeus 


Lewis Wade, Musician 


Hathaway, Leonard 


Staples, Allen 


Solomon Austin, Musician 


Hewit, Richard 


Staples, Daniel 


Gilbert Leonard, Musician 


Holmes, Rufus 


Staples, Eliphalet 




Kellock, James 


Staples, Noah 


Privates. 


King, Jonathan 


Thayer, Abiather 


Austin, Palmer 


King, Samuel 


Thayer, Sylvester 


Bassett, David 


Knap, Job 


Thrasher, Elkanah 


Bisbey, Isaac 


Leonard, Alford 


Walker, Richmond 


Briggs, Alanson D. 


Leonard, Ebenezer 


White, Abiather 


Briggs, Charles 


Leonard, Lewis 


Wilbur, William 


Briggs, Edmund 


Lincoln, Abijah 


Williams, Benjamin 


Buffington, Benjamin 


Lincoln, Danforth 


Witherell, Nathaniel 


Burt, Alanson 


Lincoln, Elijah 


Woodward, Robert 


Burt, Royal 


Lincoln, Nephaniah 


Woodward, Samuel 


Caswell, George, 2d 


Lucas, William 





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Capt. N. Reed's Company, Lieut. Col. B. Lincoln's Regiment. 

From Aug. 1 to Sept. 20, 1814. Raised at Taunton and Easton. Service at New Bedford. 



Rank and Name. 


Chaffin, Robert 


Macumber, John, Jr. 


Noah Reed, Captain 


Cole, Nathaniel 


McGowns, Samuel 


Simeon Drake, Lieutenant 


Crossman, Ebenezer S. 


Metcalf, Junier 


Jacob Williams, Ensign 


Curtis, John 


Negus, Abel 




Darra, Lewis 


Packard, Jedediah 


John Allen, Sergeant 


Dean, Gulliver 


Peck, Jason 


Joshua Hayward, Sergeant 


Dean, William 


Peck, Jonathan 


Dexter Parmeter, Sergeant 


Dean, William I. or S. 


Phillips, Silas 


Eddy Hardin, Sergeant 


Downing, Warren 


Richardson, Moses 


B. Ingalls, Corporal 


Drake, Elijah 


Richardson, Silas 


George Derby, Corporal 


Drake, Jonathan 


Richardson, Varnum 


Levi Bowen, Corporal 


Field, Horace 


Richman, Kingman 


William Blake, Corporal 


Freeman, Asa 


Rounds, Sylvester, Jr. 


Martin Copeland, Musician 


Freeman, Freeman or Trueman 


Russell, Francis 


Jesse Blandin, Musician 


French, Ephraim, Jr. 


Russell, John 




Gilson, Amos 


Skinner, Solon 


Privates. 


Godfrey, Albert W. 


Sparrow, Bradford 


Angells, Asa 


Hapworth, William 


Thayer, M. 


Barney, James 0. 


Harden, Alfred 


Thayer, Zacheriah 


Boyden, Alexander 


Hyer, John 


Turner, Stephen 


Britton, Joshua 


Ide, Ebenezer 


White, Benjamin 


Burk, Nathan 


Kingman, Henry 


White, Howe 


Carpenter, William 


Knowles, Jonathan, Jr. 


Whiting, Caleb 


Carr, James 


Landers, Abiel 


Wilbour, Daniel 


Caswell, Richard 


Leonard, Solomon 


Wild, John, Jr. 


Chaffin, Lester 


Lumber, Thomas 


Woodard, Zebra 



Capt. J. Hood's Company, Lieut. Col. B. Lincoln's Regiment. 

Twenty-five days in September and October, 1814. Raised at Somerset. Service at New Bedford. 



Rank and Name. 


Carpenter, Calvin 


Luther, John 


John Hood, Captain 


Chace, Wanton 


Luther, Joseph 


Lewis Walker, Lieutenant 


Chase, Sheffield 


Luther, Levi 


Israel Pierce, Ensign 


Cummins, Lloyd 


Luther, Obediah 




Daggett, John, 2d 


Luther, Wheaton 


David W. Bucklin, Sergeant 


Daggett, Levi 


Martin, Israel 


Nathan Lewin, Sergeant 


Davis, Joseph 


Mason, Isaac 


Joseph Cook, Sergeant 


risk, George 


Ormsby, Samuel 


Samuel Place, Sergeant 


Goff, Nathaniel 


Paine, Richard 


John Davis, Corporal 


Handy, David 


Pearce, Jonah 


Daniel Edson, Corporal 


Handy, Otis 


Peck, Erasmus R. 


Ezra Bullock, Corporal 


Hathaway, Clothier 


Pierce, Comfort 


Ambrose Martin, Corporal 


Hix, Daniel 


Pierce, Darius 


William Peck, Musician 


Holden, Jabez 


Pierce, Israel, 3d 


Timothy Daggett, Musician 


Holmes, William 


Pierce, William 




Hood, John 


Ripley, Levi 


Privates. 


Horton, John 


Rodliff, William 


Baker, Alexander 


Hunt, Daniel 


Rood, Augustus 


Baker, Daniel 


Ingalls, Samuel 


Sampson, Seth 


Baker, Zenos 


Jones, Peleg G. 


Simmons, Russell 


Bowen, Silas 


Kingsley, Hail 


Thompson, James 


Bowers, George 


Lawton, Thomas 


Thrasher, Asahel 


Boyle, Thomas 


Lee, David 


Trafton, Samuel G. 


Bucklin, B. 


Lincoln, Seth 


Wheeler, Wheaton 


Bufiington, Stephen 


Luther, Abraham 


Wilmarth, Thomas, Jr. 


Carpenter, Abijah 


Luther, David 





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Capt. J. Reed's Company, Lieut. Col. B. Lincoln's, Regiment. 

From Sept. 6 to Oct. 6, 1814. Raised at Taunton. Service at New Bedford. 



Rank and Name. 


Bradford, Davis 


Philips, David 




Joseph Reed, Captain 


Briggs, Bennet 


Philips, Isacah 




Edward Blake, Lieutenant 


Caswell, Darius 


Reed, Gideon 






Cummins, Howard 


Richmond, Henry 




Barney Pratt, Sergeant 


Dean, Allen 


Richmond, William 




Jolin King, Sergeant 


Dean, Linus 


Rider, Seth 




James French, Sergeant 


Dunham, Samuel 


Seekel, Job 




Gilbert Hoard, Sergeant 


French, George G. 


Shaw, Oliver 




George Richmond, Corporal 


Godfrey, Rufus 


Shaw, Samuel 




William Stoddard, Corporal 


Godfrey, William 


Staples, Daniel 




John Curtis, Corporal 


Haskins, Henry 


Staples, Eliphalet 




Jonathan Field, Corporal 


Haskins, William P. 


Swazy, Stephen 




Daniel Caswell, Musician 


Hathaway, Job 


Wescoat or Westgate, 


Weston 


Ziba Wilbur, Musician 


Hathaway, Lemuel 


Whitacer, Nathaniel 






Hoard, Jar vis 


White, Jarvis 




Privates. 


King, Isaac 


White, William 




Austin, Abiathar 


King, Nathan 


Wilbur, Otis 




Barrows, Gilford 


Lewis, Aaron 


Wilbur, Seth H. 




Bent, Joseph 


Mirick, Ebenezer 


Wilson, Eliphalet 




Bowen, Jonathan 


Need, Amariah 


Witherell, Nathaniel 





Capt. Joseph Watson's Company, Lieut. Col. B. Lincoln's Regiment. 

From Sept. 25 to Oct. 20, 1814. Raised at Rehoboth. Service at New Bedford. 



Rank and Name. 


Brayton, David 


Martin, David 




Joseph Watson, Captain 


Brown, David 


Mason, James 




John Midberry, Lieutenant 


Brown, George 


Munroe, Benjamin, Jr. 




Stephen Bourn, Ensign 


Bullock, Samuel W. 


Newman, Nathan 






Carpenter, Jonathan 


Ormsby, William 




Simeon Walker, Sergeant 


Carpenter, Samuel 


Paine, Paschal (substitute for 


Caleb 


Thomas Pettis, Sergeant 


^ Chaffee, Lewis 


Bliss) 




Calvin B. Fuller, Sergeant 


■Chaffee, Walker 


Peck, Edward 




Isaac Pearce, Sergeant 


Chambers, Eli 


Peck, William 




Jonathan Wheaton, Corporal 


Cole, William 


Pettis, Benjamin 




Joseph Carpenter, Corporal 


Cotton, John S. 


Pettis, Daniel 




David P. Round, Corporal 


Daggett, Benjamin 


Pettis, Ezekiel, 2d 




Barney Davis, Corporal 


Davis, Barney » 


Pierce, Preserved 




Phileman Brown, Corporal 


Davis, Daniel 


Reed, Francis 




Nathan Carpenter, Musician 


Davis, John 


Reed, Joshua 




James Croswell, Musician 


Drown, John J. 


Reed, Noah 






Earle, Joseph 


Reed, Thomas 




Privates. 


French, Cyrus 


Rice, Ephraim 




Allen, Elisha, 2d 


Goff, Asahel 


Richmond, Nathaniel 




Armington, Ambrose 


Haskins, Nathaniel 


Sisson, Benjamin 




Armington, George 


Horton, Asahel 


Tell, Warren 




Armington, Joseph, 2d 


Horton, Barnet 


Wells, Allen 




Bliss, Alfred 


Humphrey, John 


West, Amos, 2d 




Bliss, Caleb (Paschal Paine, substitute 


Kent, John 


Wheaton, Samuel 




for) 


Kent, John, 2d 


Whitaker, Joel 




Bliss, Oliver, 2d 


Lindsey, John 


Woods, Jonathan 





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Capt. S. Staples' Company, Lieut. Col. B. Lincoln's Regiment. 

From Sept. 27 to Oct. 20, 1814. Raised nt Taunton. Service at New Bedford. 



Rank and Name. 


Chase, Arnold 


Paine, James 


Seth Staples, Captain 


Clark, Willard 


Paul, Micah 


Crockett Babbitt, Lieutenant 


Clark, William 


Philips, Nathaniel 


Benjamin Dean, Ensign 


Cobb, Ebenezer 


Pierce, Nathan 




Dean, Abial F. 


Pratt, Ebenezer 


Paul Staples, Sergeant 


Field, Abiather 


Pratt, James 


Setli Hart, Sergeant 


Gunsmith, John 


Presbrey, Asa 


Rufus Grossman, Sergeant 


Hach or Hatch, Daniel 


Reed, George W. 


Seth Shelly, Sergeant 


Harvey, Barnabus 


Reed, William 


Elisha W. Tubbs, Corporal 


Harvey, Leonard 


Richmond, King 


Elijah B. Cohiian, Corporal 


Haskins, Ebenezer 


Seaver, Benjamin 


John Neall, Corporal 


Hathaway, Job 


Seavery, Samuel 


WilUam C. Hood, Corporal 


Hathaway, William 


Seavey, David 


Abraham Caswell, Musician 


Hood, James 


Seekefl, John, 2d 


Nathaniel Wheeler, Musician 


Hood, Willard 


Thrasher, EJkanah 




Howard, John 


Thrasher, Noah 


Privates. 


King, Elijah, Jr. 


Wade, Amos 


Baker, Davis 


Knapp, Ejjhraim 


White, Abijah 


Barney, Lyman 


Leonard, Solomon 


White, Samuel 


Blake, Alfred 


Leonard, Zadock 


Wilber, Stephen 


Briggs, Hathaway 


Lewis, Asa 


Wilber, William A. 


Buck, Arimiah 


Lincoln, Nicholas H. 


Williams, Benjamin 


^ Bullock, James 


Lincoln, Robert 


Williams, William 


Burt, Nathaniel 


Marvel, John 




Chace, Increase 


Mason, Philip 





Capt. S. Wilber's Company, Lieut. CoL B. Lincoln's Regiment. 

From Sept. 27 to Oct. 18, 1814. Raised at Raynhani. Service at New Bedford. 



Rank and Name. 


Burt, George 


Palmer, Jonathan 


Samuel Wilber, Captain 


Chace, Aaron, Jr. 


Perry, Edward 


Joseph Hall, Lieutenant 


Chace, James, Jr. 


Philips, John 


Daniel Wilber, Ensign 


Crabbe, Austin 


Philips, Surannus 




Crane, Levi G. 


Pidge, Palemon 


John D. Gilmore, Sergeant 


Crocker, George 


Ricketson, Gilbert 


Calvin Washburn, Sergeant 


Dean, Jonathan 


Robinson, Godfrey, Jr. 


Isaac Goff, Sergeant 


Deane, Asa 


Robinson, John, 2d 


Benjamin D. Richmond, Sergeant 


Deane, Daniel 


Robinson, Simeon 


John Pierce, Corporal 


Deane, Joseph 


Shelley, Libeus 


Isaac Babbitt, Corporal 


Deane, Samuel 


Simmons, Thomas 


Cassine D. Shaw, Corporal 


Eddy, ApoUus, Jr. 


Smith, Wilber 


Hiram Pendleton, Corporal 


Eraser, Reuben 


Tabbot, John B. 


Warren Lincoln, Musician 


French, Benjamin C. 


Trafton, Benjamin, Jr. 


James Bosworth, Musician 


Goodwin, George 


White, Isaac 




Hall, Isaac 


White, John 


Privates. 


Hathaway, Benjamin 


Williams, Eli 


Atwood, Joseph 


Hathaway, Elkanah 


Williams, Enoch 


Babber, Abijah, 2d 


Lewis, Timothy 


Williams, Grusham 


Bassett, Jeremiah 


Lincoln, Ambrose 


Williams, Philo 


Bolton, John 


Luther, Harron 


Williams, Stephen 


Boodry, Benjamin G. 


Macumber, Venus 


Williams, Zebedee 


Briggs, Frederick 


Miller, Nathan 




Briggs, Silas P. 


Newell, Saul 





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Lieut. B. Rowland's Company, Lieut. Col. B. Lincoln's Reg-iment. 

From Juue to July, 1814. Raised at Dartmouth. Service at Dartmouth. 



Rank and Name. 


Davol, Joseph 


Pavol, David 


Bradford Hovvland, Lieutenant 


Davol, Pardon 


Pearce, Pardon 




Gidly, Benjamin 


Reed, Weston 


Joseph Seagraves, Sergeant 


Gidly, John 


Shearman, C. 


John A. Shearman, Sergeant 


Gifford, Elihu 


Sherman, William 




Grate, Samuel 


Simmons, Benjamin 


Primtes. 


Gridley, Jeremiah 


Sisson, Edward 


Allen, Benjamin 


Howland, Daniel 


Sisson, Joseph 


Allen, Charles 


Howland, Eastman 


Slocum, Frederic 


Allen, John 


Howland, John 


Slocum, Giles 


Allen, Major 


Howland, Joshua 


Stafford, Lilly 


Barker, Samuel 


Howland, Pardon 


Tallman, Stephen 


Bessey, Martin 


Howland, Walter 


Tripp, Benajer 


Booth, Russ N. 


Hull, Abraham 


Tripp, Henry 


Briggs, Weston 


Hull, Robert C. 


Tripp, James 


Brightman, Henry 


Hull, Samuel 


Tripp, Joseph 


Brightman, Jeremiah 


Hull, William 


Wead, Stephen 


Brownell, Perry 


Kirby, Noah 


White, John 


Butts, Stephen 


Lawrence, Freeman 


White, Nicholas 


Chace, John 


Lawi'ence, Robert 


Wilcox, Abner 


Chandler, William 


Little, Isaac 


Wilcox, Henry 


Cornell, Abner 


Macumber, Allen 


Wing, Charles 


Davis, Humphrey 


Mason, William B. 


Wing, David 


Davol, Gideon 


Mosher, Reuben 


Wing, Latham 



Lieut. N. Tompkins' Guard at Westport, Lieut. Col. B. Lincoln's Regiment. 
From June to August, 11 days in September, 1814. 



Rank and Name. 


Davis, Joseph 


Palmer, Gideon 


Nathaniel Tompkins, Lieutenant 


Davis, Philip 


Palmer, Isaac 




Drool, John 


Record, Owen 


Allen Tripp, Sergeant 


Dyer, Samuel 


Seabury, Pearce 




Gifford, Cook 


Sherman, Robert 


Privales. 


Gifford, Pardon 


Soule, Isaac 


Allen, Green 


Gifford, Reuben 


Towle, Israel 


Brightman, Jeremiah 


Hicks, Joseph 


Tripp, Allen 


Brightman, Samuel 


Lincoln, Seth 


Tripp, Carmi 


Brownell, Benjamin 


Manchester, Calvin 


Trip]], Job 


Brownell, Thomas 


Manchester, James 


Underwood, William 


Case, Pardon 


Manchester, William 


Wilcox, Abner 


Davis, Christopher 


Mannel, Samuel 




Davis, George W. 


Pall, Peter 





Lieut. Col. T. Longley's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Nov. 7, 1814. Service at Boston. 



Field and Staff. 


Samuel or Saul Putnam, Paymaster, 


Noncommissioned Staff. 


Thomas Longlcy, Lieutenant Colonel, 


New Salem 


Moses Ewers, Sergeant Major 


Hawley 


George Rodgers, Surgeon, Conway 


Henrj' K. Newcomb, Quartermaster 


John Wilson, ]\Iajor, Deerfield 


Stephen W. Williams, Surgeon's Mate, 


Sergeant 


Asa Howland, Major, Conway 


Deerfield 


Ira Gleason, Drum Major 


Willis Carter, Adjutant, Buckland 


Alpheus Harding, Chaplain, New Salem 




John C. Hoyt, Quartermaster, Deerfield 







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Capt. J. B. Brown's Company, Lieut. Col. T. Longley's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Stow and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 
James B. Brown, Captain 
Solomon Reed, Lieutenant 
Calvin Peirce, Ensign 

John Wilson, Sergeant 
Ebenezer Morrill, Sergeant 
William Burton, Sergeant 
George Hall, Sergeant 
Jesse Bosworth, Corporal 
Daniel Fairwell, Corporal 
Anson Bemant, Corporal 
Ignatius Perkins, Corporal 
Simeon Barr, Musician 
Stephen Dowe, Musician 

Privates. 
Adams, Asa 
Andrews, Rodolphus 
Ayers, Benjamin 
Barr, Phineas 
Blodget, Lyman 
Bolding, Asher 
Bond, James 
Bosworth, Benjamin 
Boyden, David 
Brown, Alfred 
Brown, Henry 



Chapin, Thomas 
Churchill, Artemas 
Cressey, John 
Curry, Zenas 
Dorrison, Levi 
Eldridge, John 
Gillson, Timothy 
Gleason, Abijah 
Gould, Joseph 
Hartwell, Peter 
Hillman, Justin 
Hillman, Presberry 
Hitchcock, Obed 
Holmes, William 
Howard, Amos 
Jennings, Ira 
Keyes, Luther 
Knight, Abel 
Knowlton, Ephraim 
Lamson, Samuel 
Marsh, Eliphaz 
Maxwell, Alex P. 
McCleod, Charles 
McLintock, William 
Nims, Samuel P. 
Patterson, Sylvanus 
Philips, Joel 
Philips, Sawyer 



Pike, Leonard 
Potter, Ambrose 
Sanderson, James 
Shepherd, Samuel 
Sherer, Joseph 
Sliippee, Amasa 
Shippee, Reuben 
Smith, Aaron 
Stafford, William 
Taft, John 
Taggart, Rufus 
Taylor, James 
Temple, Benjamin 
Temple, Solomon 
Thompson, Joseph 
Thompson, Stephen 
Vincent, David 
Vincent, Joseph, Jr. 
Wait, Abraham 
Ward, Roswell 
Warner, Newton 
Wells, Pliny 
Whitcomb, John 
White, Gardner 
White, Joseph 
Wilcox, Cyrenus 
Willis, Alden 
Wilson, Otis 



Capt. S. Jenkins' Company, Lieut. Col. T. Longley's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Williamsburg and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Coats, Erastus 


Pitsinger, John 


Southworth Jenkins, Captain 


Cole, Consider 


Pitsinger, Jonathan 


Artemas Knight, Lieutenant 


Coweu, Job 


Reswick, Field 


Elijah Sanderson, Ensign 


Crafts, Thomas 


Rogers, Joshua 




Demmean, Louis 


Sanderson, Allen 


Jonathan Porter, Sergeant 


Demmean, Zenas 


Scott, David 


Serano Lyman, Sergeant 


Demnicn, Nathan 


Shaw, Zacheriah 


Julius Cook, Sergeant 


Dickenson, Giles 


Smith, Ashley 


Harvey Phillips, Sergeant 


Dickenson, Jonathan 


Smith, Mager 


James Nichols, Musician 


Dohl, Benjamin 


Smith, Phineas 


Horatio Strong, Musician 


Faerman, Orriu 


Smith, Samuel 




Fisher, Aaron 


Souther, Daniel 


Privates. 


Gillet, Jonathan A. 


Sparks, David 


Attis, Daniel 


Graves, Lomous 


Strong, Paul 


Attis, George 


Green, Daniel P. 


Tery, Reuben 


Badger, Daniel 


Haley, Seth 


Thayer, Silas 


Bennery, Luke 


Hastings, Oliver 


Vinlon, Lothrop 


Bird, Eli 


Hatch, John 


Wait, Enos 


Bridgman, Spencer 


Hemenway, Jason 


Wait, Joel 


Bunoe, Frederic 


Hemenway, William 


Warner, Alvin 


Bunce, Richard 


Ingraham, Nathaniel 


Wells, Israel 


Burnal, Newton 


Leonard, William 


White, Freeborn 


Chapman, Jedediah 


Litchfield, Ensign 


White, Harris 


Cliilds, Jonathan 


Luffingwell, Andrew 


Wight, Willard 


Claghorn, Ahaz 


McCoy, Daniel 


Williams, Abner 


Clapp, Amasa 


Morris, Hezekiah 


Williams, Isaac, 3d 


Clapp, George L. 


Nims, James 


Williams, Kanson 


Clapp, Richard 


Perkins, John 


Williams, Warren 


Clapp, Zebediah 


Pitcher, Robert P. 


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Capt. T. Lyman's Company, Lieut. Col. T. Longley's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Goshen and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Buck, Jesse 


Parmely, Benjamin 


Timothy Lyman, Captain 


Burr, Elijah 


Parsons, Davis 


Daniel Whitman, Lieutenant 


Burwell, Jason 


Parsons, Stephen 


WiUiam Rice, Ensign 


Cathcart, Oliver T. 


Parsons, Timothy 




Claghorn, Benjamin 


Pratt, Josiah 


Asa Billings, Sergeant 


Cole, Joseph 


Shaw, Leonard 


William Knapp, Sergeant 


Colson, Bolter 


Shaw, Solomon 


Levi Olds, Sergeant 


Crosby, John 


Snow, Jacob 


Ouvin Towner, Sergeant 


Gushing, John 


Starkweather, Joseph 


Tliomas Hayden, Corporal 


Daily, Joseph 


Sterns, Ezra 


William Abel, Corporal 


Drake, Stimson 


Stowel, Davis 


Alfred Brown, Corporal 


Dyer, Jacob 


Streeter, Samuel 


Milton Brewster, Corjioral 


Fitch, Solomon P. 


Taylor, Rufus 


Pearley Healey, Musician 


Ford, John 


Terrell, Orrin 


Benjamin Tyrrel, Musician 


Fuller, John 


Thayer, Samuel 




Hall Thomas 


Thayer, Simeon 


Privates. 


Hatch, James 


Tilton, William 


Anable, Barnabas 


Higerman, Ira 


Tinker, Nehemiah 


Barrows. Robert 


Higgins, Luther 


Tirrell, Henry 


Bartlet, Lazarus 


Hollis, Stephen 


Tirrell, Thomas, Jr. 


Bartlet, Luther 


Hosford, Arad 


Tower, Ezekiel 


Bates, Daniel 


James, Enoch 


Tower, Luther 


Bates, .James 


Jordan, Elijah 


Tower, Obediah 


Bates, Nathan 


Lee, Harmon B. 


Tubbs, Isaac 


Bates, Orrick 


Mason, Nathan 


Warner, Henry 


Brewster, William 


Metcalf, Harvey 


Wheeler, Dewey 


Briggs, Thomas 


Mungo, Elias 


Whitmarsh, Nathan 


Buck, Abner 


Olds, Nathaniel 


Williams, Abisha 


Buck, Isaac 


Parish, Daniel 


Wing, Saul 



Capt. E. Mayo's Company, Lieut. Col. T. Longley's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Shutesbury and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Burnham, Ruel 


Long, David 


Enos Mayo, Captain 


Butterfield, Thomas 


Macumber, Nathaniel 


Ebenezer Allen, Lieutenant 


Caldwell, James 


Mallard, Moses 




Carpenter, George W. 


Mitchell, Dolphin 


Paul Macumber, Sergeant 


Clark, Freeman 


Paine, Ira 


Otis French, Sergeant 


Collerton, William W. 


Permenter, Joseph 


Medad Devett, Sergeant 


Ellis, Moses 


Philips, William B. 


Louis Reed, Sergeant 


Ellis, William 


Pierce, Thomas 


Rodolphus Taylor, Sergeant 


Esterbrook, Henry 


Pierce, Zadoc 


Chester Lamb, Corporal 


Field, Rowlin 


Prindel, John 


Thomas Keet, Corporal 


Fish, Alexander 


Reed, Charles 


Amasa Brush, Corporal 


Fisk, Dexter 


Shepherd, Sterry 


James Pratt, Corporal 


Freeman, Rodolphus 


Shepherdson, Amos 


Seth risk. Corporal 


Fuller, James 


Simpson, Robert 




Gale, David 


Smith, Daniel 


Privates. 


Gale, Stephen 


Spear, Stephen 


Anderson, Daniel 


Goodenough, Thomas 


Stratton, Henry 


Anderson, Da\'id 


Groves, Merritt 


Tavlor, Chester 


Ball or Bull, George 


Gunn, Willard 


Taylor, David 


Ball, Stephen 


Hosman, Nathan 


Turner, Zadoc 


Bartlett, AKred 


Joseph, George 


Whelock, Manning 


Beach, Apolus 


Kemp, Laurence 


Wood, Ezekiel 


Benson, Henry 


Kindell, Elisha v_ 


Woodward, Mark 


Bruge, Isaac 


Lamb, John 





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Capt. A. Powers' Company, Lieut. CoL T. Longley's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at New Salem and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank .\nd Name. 


Farr, Samuel 


Ripley, Ezra 


Asa Powers, Captain 


Fisk, Martin 


Robinson, Asa 


Silas Osgood, Lieutenant 


Forgate, John 


Sampson, Samuel 


Abner Goodell, Ensign 


Forgett, Asejih 


Sawyer, Thomas 




Gall, Abraham 


Scranton, Amos 


Elisha Shaw, Sergeant 


Giles, Magra 


Shaw, Eber 


Lutlier Ford, Sergeant 


Grigg, Stephen 


Shaw, John 


William Putman, Sergeant 


Hager, Martin 


Smith, Bradwell, Jr. 


James Clark, Sergeant 


Hager, Reuben 


Smith, William 


Joseph Williams, Corporal 


Haskins, John 


Stutson, Thaddeus 


Jonas Ward, Corporal 


Holt, Jonathan 


Thayer, Elijah 


Amos King, Corporal 


Holt, Saul, 2d 


Thayer, Savil 


Thomas Walkii ), Corporal 


Jinket, Asa 


Thompson, Willard 


Noah Wallis, Musician 


Johnson, Hugh M. 


Upton, Stephen 




Kidder, Jonathan, Jr. 


Weeks, Caleb 


Privates. 


Marble, Jones 


Wheeler, Daniel 


Alber, Samuel 


Mason, Jonathan 


Wheeler, Zacheus 


Bancroft, Lyman 


Needham, Joseph 


Wheelock, Josiah 


Benson, Consider 


Osgood, Luther 


Whitaker, Paul 


Briggs, Elkanah 


Perkins, Caleb 


Whitcomb, Silas 


Bruce, James 


Perry, Benjamin 


Williams, Drury 


Butterfield, Levi 


Perry, Samuel 


Williams, Stephen 


Childs, Saul 


Pierce, Ebenezer, Jr. 


Wilmouth, David 


Clark, John 


Rand, Joseph 


Winship, Benjamin 


Crossman, Daniel 


Reynolds, Alden 


Wiswell, Edward 


Day, Samuel 


Rich, Elisha 


Wood, Benjamin, Jr. 



Capt. D. Strickland's Company, Lieut. Col. T. Longley's Regiment. 
From Sept. 13 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Greenfield and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank 


AND Name. 


Chapin, Gorham 


Nutting, Zacheriah 


David Strickland 


Captain 


Clark, Ralph 


Parsons, Amos 


Samuel Coolidge, 


Lieutenant 


Coohdge, Rufus 


Pratt, Ephraim 


Thomas Gilbert, 


ilnsign 


Dennison, John 


Presson, Emerson 






Dennison, Nathan 


Rice, Moses 


Timothy Hall, Sergeant 


Eason, Alden 


Ripley, Elijah 


Alpha Ryther, Sergeant 


Foskitt, Robert M. 


Russell, Pliny 


Augustus Baldwin, Sergeant 


Foster, Rufus 


Ryther, Erastus 


Briggs Potter, Sergeant 


Gant, Ira 


Scott, Lewis 


Elijah Tryon, Musician 


Graves, Newell 


Scott, Zorah 


James Barry, Musician 


Guillow, David 


Shattuck, Thomas 


Zelotes Ballard, Musician 


Hastings, Orrissimus 


Sheklon, Alva 






Haynes, Josiah 


Sheldon, Israel 


Privates. 


Horsley, Oralana 


Smith, Stephen 


Aldrich, Rosea 




Javery, Ephraim 


Smith, Walter 


Allen, David 




Kendall, Calvin 


Stanhope, Asahel R. 


Arms, Ral Dh 




King, William 


Starr, Samuel 


Babcock, James 




Kinyon, Charles 


Stevens, Ephraim 


Bacon, Jonathan 




Lamphear, Robert S. 


Stewart, Amos 


Ballard, Alva 




Mann or Munn, Seth 


Stone, Theophilus 


Ballard, Orin 




Martindale, Cyrus 


Tiffany, Henry 


Barber, Robert 




Metcalf, John 


Towne, Arad 


Billings, Zcbina 




Morgan, Horace 


Walker, Ripley 


Bissell, John W. 




Nelson, Ichabod 


Walker, Samuel 


Bissell, Oliver 




Newcomb, Samuel 


Wells, Abner 


Bliss, David 




Newton, Asahel 


Wheeler, Simeon 


Boyden, David 




Newton, Henry 


Wilbur, John 


Caul, Ira 




Nightingale, Ebenezer 





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Capt. E. Strong's Company, Lieut. Col. T. Longley's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Nov. 7, 1S14. Raised at Northampton and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Burk, Franklin 


Perkins, Horace 


Elisha Strong, Captain 


Chapin, Frederic 


Pierce, Luther 


Thaddeus Persons, Lieutenant 


Chapman, David 


Pomroy, Spencer 


Stephen Woolcott, Ensign 


Chapman, Isaac 


Ring, Jesse 




Clap, Eleazer 


Rowley, Thomas 


Noah Dailey, Sergeant 


Clap, Joel 


Russell, Samuel 


Joseph Allen, Sergeant 


Clap, Luther C. 


Russell, Solomon L. 


Thaddeus Clark, Sergeant 


Clap, Quartus 


Scurl, AVareham 


Benjamin W. Edgarton, Sergeant 


Clapp, Azariah 


Smith, Chester 


James Clapp, Corporal 


Clark, Abner 


Smith, Lebina 


Gershom Dunks, Corporal 


Clark, Amasa 


Stephens, C!yrus 


Elisha Edwards, Corporal 


Clark, Anson K. 


Strong, Huit S. 


Moses Brick, Corporal 


Clark, Edward 


Strong, Job S. 


Elihu Strong, Musician 


Clark, Philip 


Strong, Jonathan 


Russell Strong, Musician 


Couch, Moses 


Temple, Ebenezer 




Day, Eli 


Tyler, Elijah 


Privates. 


Edwards, Ralph 


Wait, Ashial 


Alvord, Elisha 


Hamilton, Adam R. 


Wait, James 


Alvord, Samuel 


Hastings, Mitchell 


Warlow, Benjamin 


Averv, Worster 


Hendrick, Stephen 


Warren, William 


Bailey, Otis 


Holt, .4masa 


Wight, Harris 


Barns, Nathaniel 


Horton, James M. 


Wood, Collins 


Bates, Asa 


Levens, Elkanan W. 


Wood, Ebenezer 


Brockway, Simelious 


Lvman, Joel 


Woolcott, Hasall 


Brown, Elihu 


IViark, Abel 




Brown, Rowland G. 


Palton, David 





Capt. J. White's Company, Lieut. Col. T. Longley's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Charlemont and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Crosby, Theophilus 


Look, John 


Joseph White, Captain 


Crowell, Ebenezer, Jr. 


Loverage, Ethan 


Elisha Smith, Lieutenant 


Davis, Nathaniel 


Lyon, Nathan 


Jonathan Comstock, Ensign 


Dickinson, Epaphras 


Merrill, James 




Dodge, Thomas 


Miller, James 


William Oaks, Sergeant 


Drake, Jeliiel 


Nelson, Moses 


Holmes Mayhew, Sergeant 


Eddv, Zebulon 


Olis or Otis, Rodolphus 


Justus Smith, Sergeant 


Eldridge, Eli 


Phipps, James 


David Morrison, Sergeant 


Flagg, Chandler 


Pike, Elisha 


Erastus Andrews, Sergeant 


Fox, Israel 


Pomroy, Aaron 


Anthon Riddle, Corporal 


Gilford, Samuel 


Pratt, Silas 


Loren Longley, Corporal 


Graves or Groves, Orlando 


Rice, Colver 


Asa Blood, Jr., Corporal 


Grover, Josiah, Jr. 


Risley, Chester 


Amos Brooks, Corporal 


Hall, Atherton 


Sears, Abner 


Amos Bangs, Musician 


Hall, John 


Sears, Sylvester 




Harding, Abijah 


Smith, Glisson 


Privates. 


Hart, Charles 


Sprague, John 


Alden, Jonathan 


Hawks, Isaac 


Stocking, Herod 


Belding, Amos 


Hawks, Rufus 


Strong, Noble 


Belding, Samuel 


Holden, Obed 


Taylor, Ansel 


Boyden, Israel 


Howard, Jonathan 


Upton, Elias, Jr. 


Boyden, Nathaniel 


Howes, William 


Upton, Josiah, Jr. 


Brunsen, Smissen 


Johnson, William 


Vibber, William 


Carter, Brigham 


Kelly, Josiah 


Washburn, Benjamin 


Carter, John 


Knowlton, Friend 


Weatherhold, John 


Case, B. 


Lazell, Alvah 


Wilcox, David 


Cobb, David 


Leonard, John 


Woodman, Peter 


Cobb, John 


Longley, Luther 





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Lieut. Col. D. Messinger's Regiment. 

From Sept. 16 to Oct. 10, 1,S14. Service at Boston. 



Field and Staff. 
Daniel Messinger, Lieutenant Colonel, 

Boston 
Samuel Curtis, Major, Boston 
Charles Curtis, Major, Boston 
Stephen Fairbanks, Adjutant, Boston 



Jechonias Thayer, Quartermaster, Boston 
Ferdinand E. White, Paymaster, Boston 
Asa Buckman, Surgeon, Boston 
Samuel Reeves, Surgeon's Mate, Boston 
Horace Holley, Chaplain, Boston 



Noncommissioned Staff. 
John Heard, Sergeant Major 



Capt. B. B. Appleton's Company, Lieut. CoL D. Messinger's Regiment. 

From Sept. ID to Oct. 10, 1<514. Raised at Boston. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Childs, Jonathan 


Lyon, Abner 


B. B. Appleton, Captain 


Chubbuck, Henry 


Martis, Anthony 


Luke Richardson, Lieutenant 


Clap, Artemus 


Merritt, Noah 


John Parks, Ensign 


Cook, Seth B. 


Mills, George 




Cruse, John 


Moody, Samuel 


David Firmin, Sergeant 


Curtis, Charles 


Morgan, Daniel L. 


Henry K. Appleton, Sergeant 


Darling, Samuel 


Oliver, Charles 


George Wheelright, Sergeant 


Dearborn, Math 


Powers, Francis 


Samuel Farmer, Sergeant 


Demming, Jonathan E. 


Powers, Levi 




Dunsmore, Samuel 


Richards, John 


Privates. 


Emerson, George S. 


Ruddock, Amos 


Appleton, Thomas 


Fay, Joel 


Russell, Samuel 


Ayers, Moses 


Felton, Luther 


Sargent, James 


Ayers, Will 


Foster, James 


Simmons, Luke 


Baldwin, Abel 


Francis, Math 


Southworth, Thomas 


Ball, Russell 


Gale, John 


Stebbins, Judah 


Belcher, John 


Gale, Will 


Ward, Royal 


Blackburn, Benjamin 


Hadley, Charles 


Weston, Asahel 


Blaney, Benjamin 


Hadley, Sanmel 


Wethercox, Jacob 


Bowker, Charles 


Hatch, John 


Whiting, David 


Brown, John 


Hendley, Henry W. 


Williams, Josiah 


Buckingham, Joseph F. 


Hoard, Stephen 


AVishington, Newell 


Burkis, Lewis 


Hosmer, Hammond 


Wiswall, Andrew 


Burnham, Isaac 


Kennard, Aleut 


Wright, Will 


Chamberlain, David 


Knight, George 


Young, Joseph 



Capt. E. O. Fifield's Company, Lieut. CoL D. Messinger's Regiment. 

From Sept. 16 to Oct. 10, 1814. Raised at Boston. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Carey, Josiah D. 


Leroy, Job 


E. 0. Fifield, Captain 


Carlton, Isaac 


Loring, William 


Benjamin Huntington, Lieutenant 


Davis, Frederick 


Lyman, Thadeus 


Joseph Williams, Ensign 


Decoster, James 


Marshall, Samuel 




Dodd, Benjamin 


Maynard, Joseph 


William B. Willis, Sergeant 


Fessenden, Moses 


McClure, Bartholomew 


Nathaniel Healey, Sergeant 


Fowle, William 


Morse, Jesse 


Daniel Hill, Sergeant 


French, Joseph 


Parker, Eber 


Charles Callender, Sergeant 


Fullman, Samuel 


Pierce, John 


Silas Dodd, Corporal 


Geyer, John J. 


Porter, William L. 


William Kerr, Corporal 


Gever, Joseph 


Sanford, Samuel 


William Blake, Corporal 


Geyer, Samuel 


Shumway, Asa 


James Powers, Corporal 


Hagar, James 


Snow, Thomas 


Sheldon Perry, Musician 


Hagar, William 


Sweetser, Charles B. 


Samuel Pearson, Musician 


Harlow, Zacheus 


Tufts, Fitch 




Harrington, Wyinan 


Welch, John A. 


Privates. 


Holbrook, Samuel 


Wheeler, Cyrus 


Abbott, Nathaniel 


HoUis, William 


Whitton, Robert 


Ames, Jacob 


Jewett, Solomon 


Wilder, Eleazer 


Barry, Thomas, Jr. 


Kensly, Henry 


Worcester, Alpheus 


Billings, Ebenezer 


Kettle, Andrew 


Wyman, Marbick 


Blackmail, Thomas 


Kidder, Stephen 




Bowdly, Samuel 


Laughton, John 





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Capt. R. Hartshorn's Company, Lieut. CoL D. Messinger's Regiment. 

From Sept. 16 to Oct. 10, 1814. Raised at Boston. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Cory, Avory 


Potter, David 


Rolin Hartshorn, Captain 


Cox, Samuel 


Raymond, Francis 


Tliomas A. Drayton, Lieutenant 


Davidson, John 


Richards, Joseph 


James Hendley, Ensign 


Dow, Stephen 


Robinson, Ebenezer 




Emmon.s, Jonathan 


Savage, Edward 


John Drayton, Sergeant 


Emmons, Samuel F. 


Shattuck, Jesse 


Joseph Hartshorn, Sergeant 


Everett, William 


Smith, Mark 


Rufus G. Amory, Jr., Sergeant 


Foster, John H. 


Somerby, Profit 


Le\vi.s B. Davis, Corporal 


Garland, Francis 


Sprague, J. 


Benjamin Horton, Jr., Corporal 


Hawes, William 


Stowell, Benjamin 


Robert Emerson, Corporal 


Hovey, Aaron 


Stowell, John 


James Topliff, Corporal 


Hurland or Ireland, James 


Thorndike, Jeremiah 


Jo.seph Champney, Musician 


Jenkins, Samuel 


Vinton, Abel 




Kimball, Abel 


Ware, Joshua 


Privates. 


Mason, Comer 


Waters, Clark 


Allen, Marston 


Parker, Isaac 


West, Benjamin 


Anderson, John 


Parsons, William 


Worthington, Anthony 


Badgers, Samuel 


Phillips, Samuel 




Capen, Edmund 


Pierce, Hach 





Capt. W. Knight's Company, Lieut. CoL D. Messinger's Regiment. 
From Sept. 16 to Oct. 10, 1814. Raised at Boston. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Dane, Nathan 


Mason, John 


Winthrop Knight, Captain 


Ditson, John 


Miller, Jesse 


Joseph Jenkins, Lieutenant 


Emmerston, Jeremiah 


Murdock, Isaac 


D. Moody, Ensign 


Fellows, Benjamin 


Payne, William 




Francis, John 


Pitts, Lindall 


William Symonds, Sergeant 


Frothingham, Thomas, Jr. 


Reynolds, William 


Aaron Merrett, Sergeant 


Green, Jeremiah 


Safford, Daniel 


Sylvester Morse, Musician 


Hapgood, Sanmel 


Sprague, Hosea 


Jabez Conant, Musician 


Hathwait, Francis 


Steel, Robert 




Heath, John 


Trask, James 


Privates. 


Hill, Samuel B. 


Trumbull, James 


Baker, Francis 


Howard, Barnard 


Vose, James W. 


Beals, Levi 


Howe, Henry 


Vose, Reuben 


Bean, Simeon 


Irving, Edward 


Waterman, Levi 


Blasland, Gideon 


Jewett, Nathaniel 


Wells, Charles 


Bowers, Charles 


Johnson, John 


Wells, Theodore 


Brown, Isaac 


Lewis, William R. 


Wheelock, Paul 


Bruce, David 


Lincoln, Ezekiel 


Whelwell, William 


Cassell, James 


Lincoln, Ezra 


Wood, Lewis 


Champney, William I. 


Lincoln, Lemuel 


Woodward, Joseph 


Chapin, D. 


Lyon, Benjamin 


Wyett, George 


Cobb, Enos 


Mace, James 




Cowing, Cornelius 


Marsters, Robert 





Capt. J. B. Marston's Company, Lieut. CoL D. Messinger's Regiment. 

From Sept. 16 to Oct. 11, 1814. Raised at Boston. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Robert Jenks, Corporal 


Bickford, John 


James B. Marston, Captain 


William Butler, Corporal 


Black, William 


Joshua Sinimonds, Lieutenant 


George Hagerty, Corporal 


Blanchard, Nathaniel 


Christopher Gore, Jr., Ensign 


Thomas Holland, Corporal 


Bryant, Thomas 
Chardon, James, Jr. 


Jeremiah Smallidge, Sergeant 


Privates. 


Churchwell, Levi 


Samuel Jewett, Sergeant 


Alden, John A. 


Cobb, Josiah 


Peter Seaver, Sergeant 


Appleton, Charles J. 


Cook, Corey 


Ebenezer Tirrell, Sergeant 


Bannia, David 


Cutter, Oliver 



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Capt. J. B. Marston's Company, Lieut. CoL D. Messinger's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


LaRogue, Benjamin 


Scott, Nathaniel 


Dame, Abraham 


Lena, Ebenezer 


Smith, Cicero 


Davis, Ebenezer 


Lloyd, Frederic 


Smith, Oliver 


DeForest, Sydney 


Loring, Josiah 


Stephens, Oliver 


Durwage, Francis S. 


Malcomb, Micliacl 


Stockwell, Joseph 


Goff, Robert S. 


Merrill, James C. 


Tirrell, Gideon 


Gray, Jeremiah 


Mott, Joshua 


Tirrell, Joseph 


Gulliver, Stephen 


Nelson, David 


Tolman, Robert P. 


Hale, Nathan 


Page, John 


Tucker, John 


Harris, Ephraim 


Parker, Amos B. 


Tucker, John, Jr. 


Harris, Robert 


Payne, Ezra 


Weller, Andrew 


Hay, Thomas 


Penn-sTTian, James 


Wendall, Jacob, Jr. 


Hitchborn, Alexander 


Richards, Peter 


WheelwTight, John 


Holland, Thomas, 2d 


Richardson, Benjamin 


Whitcomb, Laban 


.Johnson, Milton 


Robbins, William 




Keitli, Nathaniel 


Robbinson, John 





Capt. J. Fairbanks' Company, Lieut. Col. D. Messinger's Regiment. 

From Sept. 28 to Oct. 4, 1814. Raised at Boston. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Chapman, John 


Hewins, Whiting 


John Fairbanks, Captain 


Cole. Seth 


Hunt, William H. 


Bela Hunter, Lieutenant 


Curtis, Benjamin 


Jackson, Stephen W. 


James Blake, Ensign 


Curtis, Samuel 


Jones, Samuel 




Curtis, Theophilus 


Kingsley, Ellis 


Josiah Blanchard, Sergeant 


Dewey, William 


Leadbetter, Gurdon A. 


Amos Sumner, Sergeant 


Dimond, David 


Long, Joseph 


Ezekiel Sawin, Sergeant 


Eggleston, Elisha 


Looker, Marshall 


Epliraim Harrington, Sergeant 


Estey, Joseph 


Meade, Nathaniel 


Amos Coolege, Corporal 


Field, Charles 


Nolen, Spencer 


Washington Thayer, Corporal 


Fisher, William, Jr. 


Phinnev, Joseph 


Thomas Dascomb, Corporal 


Ford, Burnett 


Pratt, Joseph W. 


George Willard, Corporal 


Godfrey, Joseph 


Richardson, John 


Jonas Emery, Musician 


Gould, Asa 


Rowe, Anthony 




Gould, Reuben 


Sanderson, Amos 


Privates. 


Gove, Stephen 


Sawyer, Asaph 


Abbott, William 


Green, Isaac 


Searle, Ephraim 


Adams, Charles 


Hammond, Thomas 


Skinner, Charles 


Ayling, Thomas 


Hammond, William 


Talbott, George 


Ball, Daniel 


Hancock, Henry 


Thomas, John 


Bennett, Moses 


Harris, Elijah 


Tilestone, Euclid, .Jr. 


Bent, Adam 


Harris, Isaac 


Tisdale, Mace 


Blanchard, Elisha 


Harris, James 


Upham, Amos 


Brett, William, Jr. 


Harris, Joseph 


Whiting, George 


Briggs, John 


Hay ward, Cyrus 


Whitmore, Nathaniel 


Cabot, John 0. 


Hewins, Abel 


Williams, Joshua H. 



Capt. P. Bonner's Company, Lieut. Col. D. Messinger's Regiment. 
From Oct. 23 to Oct. 30, 1814. Raised at Boston. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Jeremiah Sprague, Corporal 


Blake, Henry 


Philip Bonner, Captain 


Thomas Ayers, Corporal 


Cambridge, Frederick 


Micah B. Bacon, Lieutenant 


Joshua Cheevers, Corporal 


Capen, Thomas 


William H. Ireland, Ensign 


Park, Musician 


Childs, Thomas 




J. Nutting, Musician 


Conder, Joseph 


J. Farriter, Sergeant 




Copeland, Elias, Jr. 


Thomas Stowell, Sergeant 


Privates. 


Corry, George 


Samuel Edes, Sergeant 


Ayling, Henry 


Crane, William 


David Claflin, Sergeant 


Bass, Elias 


Cunningham, Thomas 


Henry Weyer, Corporal 


Beck, Frederick 


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Capt. P. Bonner's Company, Lieut. Col. D. Messinger's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Patten, Joel B. 


Vincent, Samuel, Jr. 


^ Detson, William 


Powers, Jonathan 


Vose, William 


Foster, Adams 


Russell, George 


Webber, John 


Gordon, Jonathan 


Sawyer, Jonathan 


Wetherbee, Simon P. 


Gray, Benjamin 


Shaites, Edmund 


Wheeler, Nathaniel 


Haskins, Tiiomas 


Shoates, William 


Wheeler, Samuel 


Holbrook, Edmund 


Sprague, Charles 


Wheeler, William 


Holden, Ebenezer 


Sprague, Jonathan 


White, John 


Howes, William 


Stanwood, William 


Whitmore, John 


Hunt, John 


St well, John 


Whitney, Elisha 


Ireland, Jonathan 


Sumner, Seth 


Wilder, Lewis 


Jordan, Jonathan 


Teel, George 


Willes, George 


Lovell, William 


Tileston, Charles 




Newman, Andrew 


Tolman, William 





Capt. H. Rice's Company, Lieut. Col. D. Messinger's Regiment.' 

October, 1S14. Service ut Boston. Detailed for special duty. 



Rank and Name. 
Henry Rice, Captain 
David Francis, Lieutenant 
George Bond, Ensign 



Samuel Adams, Sergeant 
Samuel Blake, Sergeant 
Benjamin Stevens, Sergeant 
Andrew Bradshaw, Sergeant 
Charles Ellis, Corporal 



William Gilman, Corporal 
Joseph W. Holmes, Corporal 
Benjamin Seaver, Corporal 
John Wetherbee, Musician 
Jedediah Barker, Musician 



1 L]3t of privates, if any, not found. 



Lieut. Col. David Nye's Regiment. 
A few days each in January, February, June, September and October, 1814, at alarms, 14 days in all. Service at Falmouth and Barnstable. 



Field and Staff. 
David Nye, Lieutenant Colonel, Fal- 
mouth 



John Freeman, Major, Sandwich 
James or John Toby, Adjutant, Sand- 
wich 



Nathaniel Nye, Paymaster, Falmouth 



Capt. T. Swift's Company, Lieut. Col. D. Nye's Regiment. 

From Jan. 20 to Jan. 31, and Oct. 3 to Oct. 5, 1814. Raised at Sandwich. Service at Falmouth. 



Rank and Name. 


Colman, Ebenezer 


Gurnsey, Thomas 


Thomas Swift, Captain 


Cook, John 


Handy, Calvin 


Nathan B. Gibbs, Lieutenant 


Dimmick, David, Jr. 


Harriss, James 


Benjamin Battles, Ensign 


Dimmick, Frederick 


Harriss, Joseph 




Dunham, Samuel 


Human, John, Jr. 


Levi Swift, Sergeant 


Ellis, Abner 


Keen, Abraham 


Luman Swift, Sergeant 


Ellis, Bartlett 


Keen, John 


William King, Sergeant 


Ellis, Jesse 


Keen, Trueman 




Ellis, Josiah 


Kinkley, Edward 


Privates. 


Ellis, Levi 


Lawrence, David 


Bassett, Thomas 


Ellis, Micah 


LawTence, Owen 


Bennett, Thomas 


Ellis, Thomas 


Lumbard, Thomas, Jr. 


Blackwell, Benjamin 


Ellis, William 


McGowns, Lot 


Blackwell, Ellis 


Gibbs, Barnabus 


Nightingale, Ellis 


Bourne, Alvin 


Gibbs, Caleb, Jr. 


Nightingale, William 


Bourne, Elisha 


Gibbs, Freeman 


Nye, Daniel B. 


Bourne, Lemuel 


Gibbs, Jonathan 


Nye, Samuel 


Bourne, Nathan 


Gibbs, Josiah 


Nye, Solomon 


Bumpus, Braddock 


Gibbs, Pitham, Jr. 


Perry, Arthur 


Burgess, Anson 


Gibbs, Robert 


Perry, Heman 


Burgess, Jacob 


Gibbs, Rufus 


Perry, James 


Cobb, Allanson 


Gifford, Silas 


Perry, Mitaliah 



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Capt. T. Swift's Company, Lieut. Col. D. Nye's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 
Perry, Phineas 
Perry, Prince 
Perry, Silas 
Perry, Solomon 
Perry, Stephen 
Perry, Zacheus 
Phinney, Edward 
Phinney, Elisha 



Phinney, Jabez 
Phinney, John 
Phinney, Jo.siah 
Swift, Abraham 
Swift, Alden 
Swift, Clark 
Swift, Ellis 
Swift, James 
Swift, Thomas, Jr. 



Swift, William 
Toby, Tristram 
Willis, Wendell D. 
Wing, Alvin 
Wing, Lot 
Wing, Nathaniel 
Witherell, John 



Capt. S. Hamlin's Company, Lieut. Col. D. Nye's Regiment. 

From Jan. 28 to Jan. 31, June 13 to June 14, and Oct. 3 to Oct. 9, 1S14. Service at Falmouth. 



Rank and Name. 


Davis, Samuel 


Jenkins, Samuel 


Seth Hamlin, Captain 


Davis, Thomas 


Landers, Bathuel 


Joshua Nye, Lieutenant 


Davis, Walter 


Lawrence, Shubel 


Joshua Jenkins, Ensign 


Edwards, Asa, Jr. 


Lewis, Isaiah 




Edwards, John 


Lewis, James 


Walter Turner, Sergeant 


Eldridge, Benjamin 


Lewis, Thomas 


John Robinson, Sergeant 


Eldridge, Ezekiel 


Lombard, Edward 


Francis Nye, Sergeant 


Eldridge, Nathaniel 


McLane, Thomas 


Barnabus Hamlin, Musician 


Eldridge, Samuel 


Nickerson, Enos 


Jarvis Green, Musician 


Eldridge, Simeon 


Nye, Alvin 




Eldridge, Ward 


Nye, Benjamin 


Privates. 


Ellis, Nathan 


Nye, Ervin 


Baker, Barnabus 


Fish, Edward 


Nye, James 


Baker, Edmund 


Fish, Nathan 


Nye, Paul 


Baker, Jabez 


Fish, Nathan, 2d 


Nye, Prince 


Baker, Nathaniel 


Fish, Rufus 


Nye, Samuel 


Bourne, Barnabus 


Fish, Timothy 


Nye, Shubal 


Bourne, David 


Fisk, Calvin 


Nye, Stephen 


Bourne, Elijah 


Fisk, James 


Parker, Benjamin 


Bourne, Jarvis 


Fuller, Daniel 


Parker, Calvin 


Bourne, Nathaniel 


Fuller, Eleazer 


Parker, George 


Bradford, David 


Green, Edward 


Parker, Isaac 


Butler, Davis 


Green, Thomas 


Parker, Silvanus 


Cahoon, Smalley 


Hamlin, Reuben 


Phinney, Abner 


Chadwick, Barnabus 


Hamlin, Silvaims 


Phinney, Asa 


Chadwick, David 


Hamlin, Solomon 


Phinney, Braddock 


Chadwick, Elijah 


Harding, Simeon 


Phinney, Ebenezer 


Chadwick, Oliver 


Hatch, Benjamin 


Phinney, Robinson 


Chadwick, Samuel 


Hatch, Colman 


Robinson, Braddock 


Childs, Barnabus 


Hatch, Dunham 


Robinson, Ezekiel 


Childs, Calvin 


Hatch, Ebenezer 


Robinson, Peter 


Childs, John 


Hatch, Eliphalet 


Robinson, Seth 


Childs, Joseph 


Hatch, Isaac 


Sanders, Abiel 


Childs, Thomas 


Hatch, Isaiah 


Smalley, Anthony 


Crocker, Alexander 


Hatch, John 


Smalley, James 


Crocker, Henry 


Hatch, Moses, Jr. 


Snow, Ezekiel 


Crowell, Adinah 


Hatch, Reuben 


Sturdlev, Ebenezer 


Crowell, Benjamin 


Hatch, Silvanus 


Swift, Allen 


Crowell, William 


Head, William 


Swift, Ezekiel 


Davis, Isaiah, Jr. 


Himer, Joseph A. 


Swift, John, Jr. 


Davis, Job 


Hinkley, Abner 


Swift, Nathaniel 


Davis, Joseph, 3d 


Hinkley, Elijah 


Swift, Thomas 


Davis, Malorhia, Jr. 


Jenkins, Joseph 


Tobey, John 



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Capt. W. Jenkins' Company, Lieut. Col. D. Nye's Regiment. 

From Jan. 28 to Jan. 31, June 13 to June 18, and Oct. 3 to Oct. 15, 1814. Service at Falmouth. 



Rank and Name. 


Butler, John 


Hatch, Silas 


Weston Jenkins, Captain 


Crocker, John 


LavsTence, John 


William Nye, Lieutenant 


Davis, Stephen 


Lawrence, Silas, Jr. 


Thomas LawTence, Lieutenant 


Dimmick, Henry 


Lewis, Fletcher 




Dimmick, John 


Lewis, Thatcher 


William Eldred, Sergeant 


Gifford, Asa 


Marchant, Barua 


Ebenezer Nj'e, Sergeant 


Gifford, Bassett 


Noble, Jesse 


Nathaniel Shiverick, Sergeant 


Gifford, Rossiter 


Nye, Nathan 


Alfred Gifford, Sergeant 


Green, Ebenezer 


Nye, Warren 




Hatch, Allen 


Parker, Ephraim 


Privates. 


Hatch, Ebenezer 


Peas, Barzilla 


Allen, Willard 


Hatch, Elihu 


Robinson, Joseph 


Allen, William 


Hatch, Elisha 


Shiverick, William 


Butler, David, Jr. 


Hatch, Foster 


Wicks, John 



Capt. O. B. Nye's Company, Lieut. Col. D. Nye's Regiment. 

From Jan. 28 to Feb. 3, 1814. Raised at Sandwich. Service at Falmouth. 



Rank and Name. 
Obed B. Nye, Captain 
Nathan B. Gibbs, Lieutenant 
Edward Nye, Lieutenant 
Henry Lawrence, Ensign 
Thomas S. Nye, Ensign 

James Stewart, Sergeant 
Ezra L. Bourne, Sergeant 
Herman Swift, Sergeant 
Zenas Nye, 2d, Sergeant 
Bethuel Nye, Sergeant 

Privates. 
Allen, Alden 
Bacus, Herman 
Bassett, John 
Bassett, Nathan 
Bassett, William, Jr. 
Blossom, Benjamin 
Blossom, Samuel 
Bourne, Elisha 
Bourne, Elisha, 2d 
Bourne, Elisha, 3d 
Bourne, Samuel 
Burgess, James 
Burgess, Perez 
Crocker, George 
Crocker, John 
Dean, Alonzo 
Dean, Monroe 
Dillingham, John B. 
Dillingham, Lemuel 
Dillingham, Simon 
Drody, Allen 
Drodj', Samuel 
Ellis, Abner 
Ellis, Josiah, Jr. 



Ewer, Alvin 
Ewer, Lemuel 
Faunce, William 
Fessenclen, Samuel 
Fessenden, Thomas 
Fessenden, William 
Fish, Abraham 
Fish, Chipman 
Fish, Daniel 
Fish, Ephraim 
Fish, Isaiah 
Fish, James 
Fish, Lemuel, Jr. 
Fish, Moody 
Fish, Silas 
Freeman, Edmund 
Fuller, Benjamin 
Fuller, Joseph, Jr. 
Fuller, Samuel 
Gibbs, Josiah 
Gibbs, Pitham, Jr. 
Gibbs, Robert 
Gifford, Alden 
Goodspeed, Harrison 
Goodspeed, Luther 
Hall, Joseph 
Hall, Win.slow 
Hamlin, Thomas 
Harris, Joseph 
Heman, Joshua 
Heman, William 
Holway, William 
Howland, James 
Hoxie, John 
Jones, Francis 
Jones, Francis F. 
Keen, Abraham 
Keen, Freeman 



King, William 
Knowland, James 
Lawrence, Peleg 
Lawrence, Solomon 
Meiggs, Jonathan 
Newcomb, Samuel 
Nightingale, Ellis 
Nye, Abraham 
Nye, Abraham W. 
Nye, Bethuel 
Nye, Charles 
Nye, Edmund 
Nye, Edward 
Nye, Heman 
Nye, Holmes 
Nye, Isaac 
Nye, Joseph, 3d 
Nye, Joshua 
Nye, Josiah 
Nye, Nathaniel 
Nye, Paul 
Nye, Samuel 
Nye, Thomas S. 
Nye, Zenas, 2d 
Percifal, Freeman 
Percifal, John 
Perry, Stephen 
Phinny, Gersham 
Phinny, Josiah 
Pope, Lervin 
Pope, Seth 
Smith, Joseph 
Toby, Ezra 
Truman, Joshua 
Truman, William 
Wetherell, John 



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Capt. B. Hamlin's Company, Lieut. Col. D. Nye's Regiment. 
From Jan. 29 to Jan. 31, and Oct. 3 to Oct. 12, 1814. Raised at Sandwich. Service at Falmouth. 



Rank and Name. 


Fish, Asa 


Lawrence, Peleg 


Benjamin Hamlin, Captain 


Fish, Braddock 


Lawrence, William 


Anson R. Fish, Lieutenant 


Fish, Chipman 


Lawrence, Zeno 


Henry Lawrence, Ensign 


Fish, David 


Lombard, William 




Fish, Ephraim 


Lowell, Da\dd 


Ellis Hamlin, Sergeant 


Fish, Jesse 


Meigs, Eliphalet 


Theodore Fish, Sergeant 


Fish, Lemuel 


Meigs, Asa 


Lbt Adams, Sergeant 


Fish, Prince 


Meigs, Jonathan 




Fish, Simeon 


Meigs, Josiah 


Privates. 


Fish, Simeon, Jr. 


Meigs, Seth 


Adams, Samuel 


Fish, Thomas 


Notway, Joseph 


Ames, William 


Gifford, Adam 


Percifal, John 


Bearse, Thomas 


Goodspecd, Rowland 


Percifal, Timothy 


Chadwiok, .James 


Goodspeed, Walley 


Percival, Trueman 


Doty, James 


Hallet, Ezekiel 


Phinney, Thomas 


Eldridge, Ephraim 


Hamlin, Charles 


Sanders, Abraham 


Ewer, Abram 


Hamlin, Nathaniel 


Tanner, Joshua 


Ewer, Benjamin 


Hamlin, Seth 


Townsend, Elhs 


Ewer, Lemuel 


Jones, John 


West, Samuel 


Ewer, Shubel 


Jones, Micajah 


West, Stephen, Jr. 



Capt. C. Crocker's Company, Lieut. Col. D. Nye's Regiment. 

Various dates from Jan. 28 to Oct. 5, 1814. Raised at Falmouth. This company was in battle at Falmouth, Jan. 28, 1814, at the time 

the British brie "Nimrod" bombarded the town. 



Rank and Name. 
Calvin Crocker, Captain, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Joseph Hamblin, Lieutenant, Jan. 28 to 

Oct. 5 
Ebenezer Bodfish, Ensign, Jan. 28 to 

Oct. 5 

Allen James, Sergeant, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Lemuel Jenkins, Sergeant, Jan. 28 to 

Oct. 5 
William Lamson, Sergeant, Jan. 28 to 

Oct. 5 
Joseph Goodspeed, Sergeant, Jan. 28 to 

Oct. 5 

Privates. 
Backus, Calvin, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Backus, Heman, Feb. 2 to Oct. 5 
Backus, Joshua, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Backus, Joshua, Sept. 18 to Oct. 5 
Backus, Thomas, Sept. 18 to Oct. 5 
Bassett, Charles, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Bassett, John, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Black, David, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Bhsh, Charles, Sept. 27 to Oct. 5 
Blish, George, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Blossom, Josiah, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Bodfish, Alvin, Sept. 27 to Oct. 5 
Bodfish, David, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Bodfish, Joseph, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Bodfish, Josiah, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Bodfish, Oliver, Sept. 18 to Oct. 5 
Bodfish, Prince, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Bussby, Heman, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Bussby, Josiah, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Coombs, Ephraim, Sept. 18 to Oct. 5 



Cotelle, John, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Crocker, Abiather, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Crocker, Abner, Jr., Feb. 2 to Oct. 5 
Crocker, Alvin, Jr., P'eb. 2 to Oct. 5 
Crocker, Arthur, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Crocker, Barnabas, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Crocker, Bcthuel, Feb. 2 to Oct. 5 
Crocker, David, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Crocker, David, 2d, Jan. 28 to Oct. .5 
Crocker, Enoch, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Crocker, Ezra, .Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Crocker, George, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Crocker, Hamlin, Jan. 28 to Oct. .5 
Crocker, Heman, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Crocker, Isaac, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Crocker, Joseph, 3d, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Crocker, Josiah, Jr., Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Crocker, Lemuel, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Crocker, Moses, Sept. 18 to Oct. 5 
Crocker, Nimphus, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Crocker, Prince, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Crocker, Rufus, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Crocker, Thacker, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Crocker, Watson, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Crocker, Zacheus, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Crocker, Zacheus, Feb. 2 to Oct. 5 
Crocker, Zenas, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Fish, David, Sept. 18 to Oct. 5 
Fish, lieuben, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Fish, Theodore, Sept. IS to Oct. 5 
Fish, Zenas, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Fuller, James, Jr., Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Fuller, Matthias, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Fuller, Thomas, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Goodspeed, Benjamin, 2d, Jan. 28 to 
Oct. 5 



Goodspeed, Charles, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Goodspeed, Charles H., Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Goodspeed, Ervin, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Goodspeed, Ezra, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Goodspeed, John, Feb. 2 to Oct. 5 
Goodspeed, Jonathan, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Goodspeed, Joseph, 2d, Sept. 18 to Oct. 5 
Goodspeed, Levi, Jan. 28 to Oct. .5 
Goodspeed, Silas, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Goodspeed, Thomas, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Green, David, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Hamlin, Daniel, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Hamlin, John, Jr., Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Hamlin, Shubael, Sept. 18 to Oct. 5 
Hamlin, Winslow, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Hinkle, Abraham, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Hinklv, James, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Hinkly, William, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Howland, Ja.son, Feb. 2 to Oct. 5 
Howland, Joseph, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Jenkins, Baily, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Jenkins, Charles, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Jenkins, Eliphalet, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Jenkins, Ellis, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Jenkins, Nathan, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Jenkins, Nathaniel, Jr., I'^eb. 2 to Oct. 5 
Jenkins, Perez, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Jenkins, Samuel, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Jones, Asa, Jr., Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Jones, Benjamin, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Jones, Benjamin, Jr., Sept. 18 to Oct. 5 
Jones, Henry, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Jones, Jedediah, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Jones, Joseph, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Jones, Joseph Q., Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Jones, Merena, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 



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Capt. C. Crocker's Company, Lieut. Col. D. Nye's Regiment — ^ Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 
Jones, Nathan, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Jones, Stephen, Jr., Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Jones, Thomas, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Kellv, Jeremiah, Sept. 18 to Oct. 5 
Kelly, Warren, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Lavell, Benjamin, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Lawrence, Joseph, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Lovell, Charles, Sept. IS to Oct. 5 
Marston, Charles, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Marston, Clement, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Marston, Nimphus, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Marston, Prentice, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 



Nye, L., Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Nye, Parker, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Parker, David, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Parker, Joseph, Feb. 2 to Oct. 5 
Parker, Joshua, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Parker, Josiah, Jr., Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Parker, Seth, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Parker, Sturges, Jan. 28 to Oct. .5 
Percival, Isaac, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Phinny, David, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Sampson, Josiah, Jr., Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Saunders, Joseph, Sept. 18 to Oct. 5 
Smith, Charles, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 



Smith, Isaac, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Smith, Joseph, Jr., Sept. 18 to Oct. 5 
Smith, Mathias, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Snow, Hercules, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Stevens, Samuel, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Taylor, Simeon, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Thomas, Elisha, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Vowland, Jabez, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Weeks, Zenos, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Wliitman, Joseph, Sept. 18 to Oct. 5 
Willard, Bartlet, Jan. 28 to Oct. 5 
Wood, Waterman, Feb. 2 to Oct. 5 
Wright, Benjamin, Sept. 18 to Oct. 5 



Lieut. N. Gibbs' Company, Lieut. Col. D. Nye's Regiment. Under Capt. Thomas Swift, with 20 miles' travel twice. 

Six days in Jann.ary and 6 days from Sept. to Sept. 12, 1814. Raised at Sandwich. Service at Falmouth. 



R.4.NK AND N.\ME. 

Nathan B. Gibbs, Lieutenant 
Benjamin Battles, Ensign 

Othniel Onions, Sergeant 
Heman Swift, Sergeant 
James Ellis, Sergeant 
William King, Sergeant 

Privates. 
Barton, Solomon N. 
Bennet, Thomas 
Bourne, Elisha 
Bourne, Henry 
Bourne, John 
Bourne, Lemuel 
Bourne, Timothy 
Burgess, Anson 
Burgess, Covel 
Burgess, Jabez 
Burgess, Peter 
Burgess, Thomas 
Cook, John L. 



Covell, Eli 
Dimmick, David 
Dimmick, Frederic 
Dunham, Samuel 
Ellis, Abner 
Ellis, Bartlet 
Ellis, Gideon 
Ellis, Jesse 
Ellis, Micah 
Ellis, Thomas 
Gibbs, Barnabus 
Gibbs, Caleb 
Gibbs, Josiah 
Gibbs, Pelham, Jr. 
Gibbs, Robert 
Gibbs, Sanmel 
Gurnejr, Heman 
Harris, Joseph 
Hinkley, Edmund 
Keen, Abraham 
Keen, John 
Lovell, Ezekiel 
McGowen, Lot 



Nightingale, Ellis 
Nye, Daniel B. 
Perry, Ather 
Perry, Heman 
Perry, Phinheas 
Perry, Prince 
Perry, Solomon 
Phinney, Edward 
Phinney, Isaiah 
Phinney, Jabez 
Swift, Alden 
Swift, Alvan 
Swift, Ellis 
Swift, James 
Swift, William 
Tobey, Tristram 
Trueman, John 
Trueman, Keen 
Willis, Wendall 
Wing, Alvan 
Wing, Lot 
Wing, William 
Witherell, John 



Lieut. James Fisk's Company, Lieut. Col. D. Nye's Regiment. 
From Oct. 7 to Oct. 15, 1814. Raised at Falmouth. Service at Falmouth. 



Rank and Name. 


Deriggs, Marvel 


Nye, Francis . 


James Fisk, Jr., Lieutenant 


Donaldson, George 


Nye, Timothy 


Ephraim Dexter, Ensign 


Fish, Francis 


Nye, Willard 




Fish, Otis 


Parker, Ward M. 


David Eldred, Sergeant 


Gifford, Bethuel 


Price, David 


Mathew Hatch, Sergeant 


Gifford, Jesse, Jr. 


Robinson, Calvin 


Isaac Robinson, Sergeant 


Hammond, Isaiah 


Robinson, Davis 


Luriel Hatch, Musician 


Hammond, Samuel 


Robinson, Elijah 




Hatch, Allen 


Robinson, Rowland 


Privates. 


Hatch, Davis 


Robinson, Sylvanus 


Allen, Alden 


Hatch, Silvanus 


Sampson, Micah 


Allen, Zacheus 


Hatch, Thacher L. 


Sanders, Robinson G. 


Bourne, Barah 


Jenkins, Abner 


Sanford, Samuel 


"Butler, Obed 


Jones, Silvanus 


Swift, Oliver 


Crouch, Elwin 


Jones, Thomas 


Tobey, Zimri 


Davis, Francis, Jr. 


Lawrence, Eplu-aim 


Wicks, Charles 


Davis, John, Jr. 


Lawrence, Peleg 


Wicks, Henry 


Davis, Nathaniel 


Lawrence, Shadrack 


Wicks, Thomas 


Davis, Noah 


Lewis, David 


Wicks, William, 3d 


Davis, Thomas, 3d 


Lewis, Nathaniel 


Wooderson, James 



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Capt. T. Parker's Company, Lieut. Col. B. Noyes' Regiment. 

From Jan. 28 to Jan. 31, 1814. Raised at Falmouth. Service at Falmouth. This company was in battle Jan. 28, 1814. 



Rank and Name. 


Gifford, Bethuel 


Price, Isaac 


Timothy Parker, Captain 


Gifford, Jesse 


Robinson, David 


James Fish, Lieutenant 


Green, Benjamin 


Robinson, Elisha 


Ephraim Dexter, Ensign 


Green, Elisha 


Robinson, Isaac 




Hammond, Isaiah 


Robinson, Joseph 


Job Hatch, Sergeant 


Hammond, Robert 


Robinson, Nathaniel 


WiUiam Laurence, Sergeant 


Hammond, Samuel 


Robinson, Silvan 


David Eldred, Sergeant 


Hatch, Anslem 


Robinson, Thomas 


Hatch Mayhew, Sergeant 


Hatch, Foster 


Sampson, Micah 




Hatch, Robinson 


Sanford, Charles 


Privates. 


Hatch, Roswell 


Sanford, William, Jr. 


.411en, Zacheus 


Hatch, Silvanus 


Shiverick, Foster 


Bourne, Freeman 


Jenkins, Abner 


Shiverick, Nathaniel 


Bourne, Isaac 


Jones, Cyrus 


Swift, Asaph 


Butler, Obed 


Jones, Robinson 


Swift, John 


Davis, Luther 


Jones, Silvanus 


Swift, Thomas 


Davis, Nathaniel 


Lawrence, Ephraim 


Tobey, Zimri H. 


Davis, Noah 


Lawrence, Peleg 


Wicks, Charles 


Davis, Thomas 


Lewis, David 


Wicks, Henry 


Davis, William 


Lewis, Nathaniel 


Wicks, Thomas 


Demmick,Lot 


Nye, Francis 


Wicks, William, 3d 


Driggs, Manual 


Nye, Nathaniel 


Young, Andrew 


Gifford, Abiather 


Nye, Timothy 





From Jan. 29 to Jan. 31, 1814. 



Lieut. E. Nye's Company, Lieut. Col. B. Noyes' Regiment. 

Oct. 3 to 12, under Capt. Obed B. Nye. Raised at Sandwich and Falmouth. Service at Sandwich and 

Falmouth. 



Rank and Name. 


Drody, Allen 


Holway, William 


Edward Nye, Lieutenant 


Droely, Samuel 


Howland, James 


Thomas Nye, Ensign 


Fessenden, William 


Hoxie, John 




Fish, Abraham 


Jones, Francis F. 


Zenas Nye, Sergeant 


Fish, Daniel 


Lawi-ence, Solomon 


Bethuel Nye, Sergeant 


Fish, Isaiah 


Nye, Abraham 




Fish, Moody 


Nye, Abraham W. 


Privates. 


Freeman, Edward 


Nye, Charles 


Bassett, Nathan 


Fuller, Benjamin 


Nye, Edmund 


Bassett, William, Jr. 


Fuller, Joseph, Jr. 


Nye, Heman 


Blossom, Saul 


Fuller, Samuel 


Nye, Holmes 


Bourne, Elisha, 3d 


Goodspeed, Luther 


Nye, Josiah 


Burgess, James 


Hall, Joseph 


Nye, Paul 


Crocker, George 


Hall, Winslow 


Nye, Samuel 


Dean, Alonzo 


Hamlin, Thomas 


Phinney, Gershom 


Dillingham, John B. 


Heman, Joshua 


Pope, Lewin 


Dillingham, Simeon 


Heman, William 


Tobey, Ezra 



Lieut. Col. P. Osgood's Regiment. 

From July 1 to July 30, 1814. Service at Boston. 



Field and Staff. 
Peter Osgood, Lieutenant Colonel, Bos- 
ton 
Samuel Curtis, Major, Boston 
Barzilla Hudson, Major, Boston 
Abner Bourne, Adjutant, Boston 



Henry S. Waldo, Quartermaster, Boston 
Samuel B. Ford, Paymaster, Boston 
George Parkman, Surgeon, Boston 
George B. Doane, Surgeon's Mate, Bos- 
ton 
Charles Lowell, Chaplain, Boston 



Noncommissioned Staff. 
Moses B. Foster, Sergeant Major 
John Peabody, Quartermaster Sergeant 



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Lieut. CoL P. Osgood's Regiment. 

Ten days between Sept. 11 and Oct. 10, 1814. Service at Boston. 



Field and Staff. 
Peter Osgood, Lieutenant Colonel, Bos- 
ton 
Thomas Dean, Major, Boston 
.Jonathan Wliitney, Major, Boston 
Abiier Bourne, Adjutant, Boston. 



Henry L. Waldo, Quartermaster, Boston 
Samuel B. Ford, PajTnaster, Boston 
George B. Doane, Surgeon's Mate, Bos- 
ton 
Charles Lowell, Chaplain, Boston 



Noncommissioned Staff. 
Moses B. Foster, Sergeant Major 



Capt. M. Ames' Company, Lieut. Col. P. Osgood's Regiment. 

From July 1 to July 30, 1S14. Raised at Boston. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Clap, Benjamin 


Nance, John W. 


Moses Ames, Captain 


C'lap, Martin 


Page, John 


Ezra Eaton, Lieutenant 


Clap, Nehemiah 


Reynolds, William 


Nathaniel Richards, Ensign 


Cooper, William P. 


Robinson, Jacob G. 




Davis, William 


Rolph, Daniel 


Ezra Hawks, Sergeant 


Dickinson, Obediah 


Savill, John 


.Joseph Randall, Sergeant 


Dillingham, Asa 


Seymour, Friend 


Daniel Hastings, 2d, Sergeant 


Duff, Roval 


Simpson, Andrew 


Daniel G. Davis, Sergeant 


Duff, William 


Singer, Jesse 


Peter Lincoln, Corporal 


Eaton, Thaddeus 


Smith, Daniel 


Samuel Richardson, Corporal 


Gilman, Thomas 


Smith, Ira 


John Bavlev, Corporal 


HaU, Stephen 


Smith, Martin 


Benjamin Dodd, Corporal 


Hill, Samuel 


Smith, Phineas 




Hill, William 


SneUing, Christopher 


Privates. 


Hollis, Joseph 


Southwarth, Lewis 


Acres, George 


Holman, Richard 


Taylor, Daniel 


Allen, Edward F. 


Howe, John 


Tirrell, Ezra 


Baker, Abel P. 


Hunt, Timothy 


Townsend, Henry 


Barnard, Horace 


Hunting, John 


Waters, James 


Beales, Isaac N. C. 


Hyde, Michel S. 


Weston, Liberty 


Berry, Joseph 


Jenkins, Elijah 


Wheekight, James 


Blanchard, David 


Jorden, William 


Willis, Benjamin 


Blanchard, Samuel 


Lambert, Abraham T. 


Williston, James 


Bouetlier, John 


Lawton, Abel 


Wilson, Jesse 


Brannum, Stephen 


Litchfield, Abner 


Wyer, George 


Brooks, Theodore 


Mason, Joel 




Bullard, George 


3IcCurdy, Jesse 





Capt. J. Fairbanks' Company, Lieut. Col. P. Osgood's Regiment. 

From July 1 to July 30, 1814. Raised at Boston. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Davis, William N. 


John Fairbanks, Captain 


Ball, Thomas 


Emerson, Phineas 


Luke Richardson, Lieutenant 


Barney, John C. 


Farnsworth, David B. 


James Blake, Ensign 


Barter, George 


Fellows, Benjamin 




Blanchard, Elisha 


Ferry, Thomas 


Josiah Blanchard, Sergeant 


Blanchard, James T. 


Fife, Nathan 


Aaron Merritt, Sergeant 


Bright, Samuel 


Foster, Benjamin 


Robert Omond, Sergeant 


Carlton, Martin 


Francis, John 


Joseph Brown, Sergeant 


Chapman, John 


Frothingham, Thomas 


Thomas Ayers, Corporal 


Chase, Luther 


Godfry, Joseph 


John Foster, Corporal 


Cliilds, Timothy 


Goodrich, Joseph 


Thomas Foye, Corporal 


Cleaver, John 


Gormin, John D. 


Nathan Dame, Corporal 


Cole, Seth 


Gould, Asa 


Ezekiel C. Hall, Musician 


CoUidge, Aaron 


Hager, Joseph 


Benjamin Perkins, Musician 


Crandall, Caleb 


Hammond, Thomas 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. J. Fairbanks' Company, Lieut. Col. P. Osgood's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Mead, Nathaniel 


Stimpson, Reuben 


Harrington, Charles 


Nudd, Moses 


Talbot, George 


Hayward, Ansel 


Oliver, Robert 


Train, Oliver 


Hobart, Calvin 


Pearsons, William 


Turner, Calvin 


Hosea, Samuel 


Potter, Asa 


Washburn, Samuel 


Josslyn, Samuel 


Rand, Aaron 


Welib, Walter 


King, William 


Richardson, John 


Welles, Theodore S. 


Laurence, Henry 


Rowe, Anthony 


Wheeler, David 


Lawton, James 


Saunders, Kendal P. 


Whitney, Theodore 


Leo, Cyrel 


Spear, Joshua 


Wilkinson, Thomas 


Lowe, Joseph 


Sprague, Hosea 


Willard, George 


Mason, John 


Sprague, Isaac S. 


Woodward, Smith 



Capt. R. Hartshorn's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Osgood's Regiment. 
From July 1 to July 30, 1814. Raised at Boston. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Childs, Caleb 


Lummis, Warren 


Rolan Hartshorn, Captain 


Clark, Nathaniel 


Mace, John 


Philip Curtis, Lieutenant 


Cook, Seth B. 


Macy, Samuel 


James Hendley, Ensign 


Cously, Caleb C. 


Mclntire, Nathaniel 




Cunningham, Thomas 


Merrick, William 


James Hartshorn, Sergeant 


Davis, Lewis B. 


Nichols, Alexander H. 


David Fermin, Sergeant 


Deming, John E. 


Parker, John A. 


Thomas Stowell, Sergeant 


Ditson, William 


Pearson, Amos 


Samuel Leeds, Sergeant 


Dorr, Nathan ^ 


Pollard, Clark 


Henrj' Wier, Corporal 


Druherst, Henry 


Rand, Charles 


Joseph Blany, Corporal 


Emes, Clark 


Ridgway, Joseph 


Benjamin Topliff, Corporal 


Foster, John 


Shales, William 


John Stowell, Corporal 


French, Charles 


Sprague, Charles 


Joshua Hardy, Musician 


Goddard, Elias 


Sprague, Jonathan 


William Paddock, Musician 


Goldsbuck, Adam 


Stowell, Isaiah 




Goodrich, James T. 


Tolman, William 


Privates. 


Hapgood, Ephraim 


Topliff, James 


Andrews, George 


Hatch, Allen 


Vincent, Joseph 


Baker, James 


Hawes, William B. 


Vincent, Saul 


Baker, William 


Hoffman, Peter 


White, John 


Blacknian, Samuel 


Holbrook, Sylyanus 


Whitney, Elisha 


Bryant, Job 


Hollis, William 


Wilder, Lewis 


Burbeck, Henry 


Ireland, Jonathan 


Wilson, Henry 


Burrage, George H. 


Keun, James 


Wise, John 


Cambridge, Frederic 


Lalley, Daniel 


Wyman, John 


Capen, John 


Loring, William 




Chandler, Jacob 


Lovett, John 





Capt. E. G. House's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Osgood's Regiment. 

From July 1 to July 30, 1S14. Raised at Boston. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Carlton, William 




Eleazer G. House, Captain 


Adams, Henry K. 


Carter, Timothy 




John Dodd, Lieutenant 


Aikin, John 


Church, William 




James N. Staples, Ensign 


Barton, Hemy 


Clapp, Ezekiel 






Bearce, Saul 


Conden, Saul 




Charles Ajipleton, Sergeant 


Bcnnet, David 


Gushing, Leavitt 




William K. Phillip, Sergeant 


Blake, James H. 


Darling, Joseph 




Isaac K. Brazier, Sergeant 


Boardman, William 


Dillaway, John 




Thomas Dillaway, Sergeant 


Boynton, Stejihen 


Fairfield, John 




George Haynes, Corporal 


Bradlv, Thomas 


Fitzgerald, William 




Charles Goff, Corporal 


Brazier, Thomas 


Furness, Nathaniel H. 




William Endicott, Corporal 


Brooks, Nathaniel W^. 


Geyer, George 




Joshua Hardy, Corporal 


Brumade, Abraham 


Gilbert, John 




Samuel Littleficld, Musician 


Butler, Merrill 


Gove, John 





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Capt. E. G. House's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Osgood's Regiment — Concluded. 



Prirales — Concluded. 


McClure, Robert 


Smith, Robert 


Hamilton, John 


McLemer, William 


Spear, Gershorn 


Harrington, Elislia 


Myrick, Joseph 


Summers, Ezra 


Howe, Alvin 


Nutter, George 


Teel, Nathaniel 


Ingalls, Benjamin 


Parker, Robert H. 


Tower, Rufus 


Jackson, Daniel 


Parsons, Thomas 


Turnbull, John 


Jenkins, Samuel 


Perrv, Charles 


Vaughan, James 


Johnson, Zacheriah 


Porter, John 


Ward, John 


Lane, Anthony 


Rich, John 


West, John 


Loring, Henry 


Rich, Obediah 


Williams, James 


Loring, Joseph 


Roberts, John 


Withington, Enos 


Levis, Calvin 


Shorey, Samuel 





Capt. T. Johnson's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Osgood's Regiment. 
From July 1 to July 30, 1814. Raised at Boston. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Coolidge, James 


Nash, James 


Timothv Johnson, Captain 


Cushman, .\lexander 


Otherman, Henry 


Jacob Howe, Lieutenant 


Cutler, Amos 


Parker, Thomas G. 


Joseph Lewis, Ensign 


Cutler, Ezra 


Petty, Joseph 




Davis, Amos 


Pratt, David, Jr. 


Edward W. Hawes, Sergeant 


Davis, Ethan 


Reed, George 


William Hansell, Sergeant 


Dexter, Aaron 


Roberts, John 


William Parker, Sergeant 


Dillaway, Samuel 


SaT\^'er, Thomas B. 


Nathan Hobbs, Sergeant 


French, Othniel, Jr. 


Smith, Samuel 


Joshua Pitman, Corporal 


Gibson, Nathaniel 


Snelling, Ephraim 


John Snow, Corporal 


Goldsmith, George W. 


Snow, Royal 


Isaac Bemis, Corporal 


Horton, John 


Southack, Ciprian 


William D. Bell, Corporal 


Hunt, Solomon 


Stebbins, Saul 




Hutchins, Purley 


Thistle, .\ndrew 


Privates. 


Johnson, John 


Thompson, Alexander 


Baker, William 


Joy, Samuel 


Thurston, Benjamin 


Barker, David 


Lewis, George 


Tuckerman, John T. 


Bay ley. Job 


Lincoln, James M. 


Vincent, Samuel 


Bell, David 


Litchfield, Hersey 


Webb, Joseph 


Bell, Edward 


Mayo, Samuel 


Wilson, John 


Braders, John B. 


Mero, Lemuel 


Woods, Nehemiah 


Caldwell, James 


Messenger, Timothy 




Chandler, Benjamin 


Morse, Dana 





Capt. J. B. Marston's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Osgood's Regiment. 

From July 1 to July 3U, 1814. Raised at Boston. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Darling, John 


James B. Marston, Captain 


Abbott, Nathaniel 


Davis, Ebenezer 


Micah B. Bacon, Lieutenant 


Alden, John 


Davis, Frederic 


Arnold Ha-\^vard, Ensign 


Balch, AVilliam 


Davis, Reuben 




Baldwin, Abel 


Decoster, James 


Henry K. .4ppleton, Sergeant 


Bell, William 


Downs, Jesse 


Peter Seaver, Sergeant 


Bishojj, James 


Dyer, George 


Nathaniel Healej', Sergeant 


Blackman, Thomas 


Fessenden, Moses 


John G. Somes, Sergeant 


Bowden, Simeon 


Geyer, James W. 


Lewis Burches, CorjDoral 


Briggs, Seth 


Gregg, Stephen 


James Powers, Corporal 


Brown, Isaac 


Grossman, Henry 


\Mlliam Jewitt, Corporal 


Butler, William 


Hale, Nathan 


Seth Grammer, Corporal 


Chandler, Henry 


Hayden, John 


William Hardy, Musician 


Cobb, Josiah 


Hayward, John 


Edward Harrington, Musician 


Cook, Cory 


Henlev, Henry 


Samuel Russell, Musician 


Cutter, Oliver 


Hitchborn, Alexander 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1S12. 



Capt. J. B. Marston's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Osgood's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Martin, Isaac 


Sanford, Samuel 


Hobbs, Daniel 


No well, James 


Shed, James 


Holbrook, Samuel 


Parker, David 


Stephen, Oliver 


Holmes, Oliver 


Pelfrey, Jonathan 


Sweet.ser, Charles B. 


Hopkins, Constant 


Purkitt, Henry 


Tirrell, Gideon 


Hosmer, Hammon 


Reed, Quinsey 


\'ilner, Peter 


Jewitt, Joseph 


Robertson, John 


White, Josiah 


Kenard, Aleut 


Rose, Gideon 


Wilder, Eleazer 


Lloyd, Frederic 


Ruddock, Amos 


Winslow, William P. 



Capt. J. Whitney's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Osgood's Regiment. 

From July 1 to July .30, 1814. Raised at Boston. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Curtis, John 


Oliver, Charles 


Jonathan Whitney, Captain 


Gushing, Martin 


Perry, John 


Joshua Preston, Lieutenant 


Daniels, Nathaniel 


Plummer, Joshua 


Zachariah G. Whitman, Ensign 


Davenport, Israel 


Pollard, Amos F. 




Davis, Henry 


Porter, Edward 


Nathaniel Philips, Sergeant 


Davis, William 


Reding, Joseph 


John R. Moor, Sergeant 


Dunton, Peter 


Rex, John 


Alexander Mitchell, Sergeant 


Emery, Peter 


Roberts, Richard S. 


George Singleton, Sergeant 


Fulton, Samuel B. 


Rummey, Benjamin 


John Adams, Corporal 


Gardner, Oakman 


Rupp, Adam 


Robert Smith, Corporal 


Gerand, Peter 


Russell, Solomon 


William Holland, Corporal 


Gill, Michel 


Sargent, James 


Atherton H. Stevens, Corporal 


Haskell, Luther 


Scott, Daniel 


Miles Perry, Musician 


Hayden, Henry 


Sears, Peter 


Asa Lee, Musician 


Herrick, Samuel 


Sinclair, Robert 




Hollis, David 


Smith, Jonathan 


Privates. 


Hunt, John 


Stoddard, Hosea 


Barnes, John 


Hunt, Simon 


Sumner, Benjamin 


Bass, Gillam 


Kent, Martin 


Swan, Amos M. 


Beals, Martin 


Lamb, William 


Tirrell, Ebenezer 


Bennett, James 


Leighton, George 


Trask, Daniel 


Bull, William 


Lillie, Daniel 


Wells, Caleb T. 


Burr, Theophilus 


Loud, Asa 


White, George 


Campbell, John 


Lufkin, Jacob 


Whitney, Salmon 


Converse, Joshua 


Merriam, Jacob 


Williams, Ambrose 


Coolridge, Lewis 


Milcher, George 


Wyman, David 


Curtis, Benjamin 


Miller, John 


Wyman, Maverick 



Capt. S. Whitney's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Osgood's Regiment. 

From July 1 to July 30, 1814. Raised at Boston. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Gushing, Levi L. 


Silas Whitney, Captain 


Adams, Charles 


Gushing, William 


Elna Hoyt, Lieutenant 


Barney, Jonathan 


Dearborn, Edward 


Ira Brown, Ensign 


Bemis, Reuben 


Dugate, David 




Bouse, Benjamin 


Fisk, Jonas 


Jonas Amus, Sergeant 


Brigford, James 


George, William 


Nathaniel Bryant, Sergeant 


Brown, Eliab 


Grossman, John G. 


Daniel Brown, Sergeant 


Brown, John 


Hammatt, Aliraham 


Lemuel Clark, Sergeant 


Carpenter, Samuel 


Haskell, Calvin 


Daniel Whitney, Corporal 


Clapp, Francis W. 


Hatch, Clift 


Reuben Allen, Corporal 


Clark, George W. 


Heald, Josiah 


James G. Southack, Corporal 


Collar, Aaron 


Hollis, Daniel 


Levi Beals, Corporal 


Conant, Asa 


Howland, Benjamin I. 


Leonard Parks, Musician 


Cook, David 


Hutchinson, Joseph 


Daniel Simpson, Musician 

* 


Crane, Nathan 


Jones, David 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



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Capt. S. Whitney's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Osgood's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Parks, Leonard 


Stimpson, George 


Kendall, Thomas 


Parks, Royal M. 


Strong, Cotton 


Konncj', John H. 


Payson, Leonard 


Tenney, Moses 


Leach, Henrv 


Perkins, Enos 


Todd, John 


Lincoln, Daniel 


Pike, William 


Trueman, William 


Loriiig, Freeman 


Quimbv, Benjamin M. 


Tufts, Edmund 


Low, Lewis 


Rice, Abner 


Valentine, Jonathan 


Master, George L. 


Rich, David 
■v/oeaver, William 


Wallis, Jeremiah 


Merriam, Artemas 


Wetherbee, William B. 


Morrow, James 


Sherman, James 


Wilkins, Asa 


Murray, John 


Smith, Nowell 


Willard, John 


Oliver, Ebenezer 


Stephens, William 


Wood, Wyman 



Capt. L. Colburn's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Osgood's Regiment. 

Ten days between Sept. 11 and Oct. 10, 1814. Raised at Boston. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Fulton, Samuel B. 


Perry, John 


Lemuel Colburn, Captain 


Gardner, William 


Philips, Benjamin C. 


Job Drew, Lieutenant 


Gould, Thomas 


Pratt, Obed 


Sylvanus Packard, Ensign 


Gurnev, Alpheus 


Pratt, Phineas 




Harrington, Elisha 


Ramsdell, Reuben 


Alex Mitchell, Sergeant 


Hatchman, John 


Ray, Levi 


Edmund Reed, Sergeant 


Hayden, Henry 


Remick, Samuel H. 


Christopher Tilden, Sergeant 


Havden, Peleg 


Rice, Nathaniel 


Levi Haskell, Sergeant 


Headlev, Joseph 


Rowe, Benjamin 


Thomas Spear, Corporal 


Holland, William 


Ruff, Adam 


David Mollis, Corporal 


Keen, Nathan 


Rumney, Benjamin 


Jonathan Forrester, Corporal 


Kennard, Michael 


Sanders, John 


Charles Colburn, Corporal 


Kilham, Eliab 


Sears, Peter 


Stephen Ingalls, Musician 


Kingman, Elias H. 


Severens, Rodney 


Alpheus Gurney, Musician 


Kittredge, William 


Sinclair, Robert 


William Waldo, Musician 


Knight, Mannasseh 


Stearnes, Curtis 




Leighton, Charles 


Stearnes, John 


Privates. 


Litchfield, Simeon 


Taylor, Solomon 


Blodgett, Isaac 


Loring, Caleb 


Tilden, Thomas 


Brown, Phineas 


Mead, William 


Veizey, George 


Carnes, David G. 


Merriam, Jacob 


Wallis, Mordecai L. 


Coburn, Hiram 


Millis, Charles 


Williams, Ambrose 


Conwise, Joshua 


Orne, John 




Foster, Isaac 


Page, Jacob 





Capt. E. G. Howe's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Osgood's Regiment. 

Ten days between Sept. 11 and Oct. 10, 1814. Raised at Boston. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Crocker, Robert 




Eleazer G. Howe, Captain 


Allen, William 


Gushing, Samuel 




Daniel L. Gibbons, Lieutenant 


Blake, James H. 


Cutler, Pliny 




Zacheriah G. Whitman, Ensign 


Bowdoin, Simpson 


Dean, Samuel 






Brazier, William G. 


Dickinson, Ira 




Ezekiel Jones, Sergeant 


Brooks, Nathaniel W. 


Dillingham, Seth 




Charles Appleton, Sergeant 


Brown, Nathaniel 


Gates, Lemuel 




Sylvanus Reed, Sergeant 


Bruce, Calvin 


Glover, James 




Isaac K. Brazier, Sergeant 


Carter, Timothy 


Gore, John 




George Haynes, Corporal 


Clapp, Benjamin 


Gorham, George 


^ 


Isaac McClearjf, Corporal 


Clapp, Ezekiel 


Gorham, Thomas 




James Williams, Corporal 


Clough, Aaron 


Hamilton, William 




Gershom Spear, Corporal 


Codman, George 


Hawes, Prince 




James Putnam, Musician 


Cowden, Samuel 


Hayden, John 





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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. E. G. Howe's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Osgood's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Page, John 


Trumbull, John W. 


Hudson, Thomas 


Park, Moody 


Valentine, Jonathan 


Hurley, John L. 


Pierce, John 


Vaughn, James 


Loring, WilHam 


Pratt, George 


Warner, Theodore S. 


Lovis, Calvin 


Sanderson, Lodi 


Wentworth, John 


Lovis, Thomas 


Searles, Joseph 


Whiting, Jabez 


Low, Joseph H. 


Shepherd, Edward 


Wilkins, Jeremiah 


Manning, Samuel 


Taylor, Sanuiel 


Wilkins, John 


Merrill, Moses 


Tilden, Christopher 


Wyman, Joseph 



Capt. B. Loring's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Osgood's Regiment. 

Ten days between Sept. 11 and Oct. 10, 1814. Raised at Boston. Service at Boston. 



R,\NK ,\ND Name. 


Clapp, Francis 


Lyman, George 




Benjamin Loring, Captain 


Clapp, Nehemiah 


Marsters, Andrew 




John Dodd, Lieutenant 


Coit, Thomas C. 


Martin, William 




James N. Staples, Ensign 


Conant, John 


Matthews, George 






Gushing, George 


Miles, William 




John Webb, Sergeant 


Gushing, Samuel 


Nash, Nathaniel 




Moses Jaquith, Sergeant 


Cutting, Samuel 


Nichols, Thadeus 




William K. Phipps, Sergeant 


Dalton, John 


Norris, Jesse 




William Grubb, Sergeant 


Darling, John 


No well, James 




Joshua Colman, Corporal 


Dayenport., Isaac 


Pealer, David 




William Fenno, Corporal 


Fessenden, Stephen 


Phillips, Thomas 




William Callendar, Corporal 


Forrester, Leyi 


Pollock, George 




Joshua Brinney, Corporal 


Fowle, Charles 


Pollock, Neal 




Hardy, Musician 


Fowle, Parker 


Raymond, Thomas 




Sheldon Perry, Musician 


French, Noah 


Richardson, George 






Gerry, Sanuiel 


Richardson, Josiah 




Pripates. 


Gilbert, John 


Russell, Ephraim 




Abbott, Joshua 


Hall, Jason 


Sanderson, Nathan 




Adams, Levi 


Hamilton, William 


Smith, Nathaniel 




Armin, William B. 


Haskell, R. 


Smith, Ral ah 




Austin, Abner 


Hastings, Charles 


Stoddard, . ohn 




Austin, Richard 


Hayward, Thomas C. 


Stoddard, John, 2d 




Barnet, Josiah M. 


Hickcy, Dennis 


Sweet, Stephen 




Basson, John 


Hilton, Peter 


Sweet, William B. 




Bemis, Samuel 


Ingalls, Dayid 


Tarbcll, Thomas 




Bisbey, J. 


Jaques, E. 


Thompson, James 




Boardman, William 


Jennings, William 


Tolman, Jesse 




Bowans, Jonas 


Johnson, James 


Wendell, Charles J. 




Bowker, Gershom 


Lane, Anthony 


Wheeler, Jona 




Boynton, Stephen 


Lee, Oliver 


Whiting, Nathan 




Buffum, Henry 


Lincoln, Anslen 


Winton, John 




Butler, Merrill 


Lincoln, Elijah 


Wiswell, Payne 




Campbell, John 


Lord, R. 


Withington, E. 




Cardeff, Philip 


Loring, Henry 


Wyman, William 




Carlton, William 


Lowe, John 







Capt. A. Richardson's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Osgood's Regiment. 
"Ten days between Sept. 11 and Oct. 10, 1814. Raised at Boston. Service at Boston. 



R,\NK AND Name. 


Lemuel Clark, Sergeant 


Primtes. 


Asa Richardson, Captain 


Francis Addington, Sergeant 


Aiken, John 


Elna Hayte, Lieutenant 


Tristram Vose, Corporal 


Ashton, Elisha V. 


Ira Brown, Ensign 


Obediah Dickinson, Corporal 


Auben, Grcenleaf 




John Ward, Corporal 


Babcock, Alpheus 


Elias Davis, Sergeant 


Noah Gale, Corporal 


Babcock, Samuel H. 


George Singleton, Sergeant 


Edward Harrington, Musician 


Bates, Heiirj' 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



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Capt. A. Richardson's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Osgood's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Hapgood, Ephi-aim 


Scott, Daniel 


Broiighton, Charles 


Hastings, Lewis 


Shed, Samuel A. 


Brown, Charles 


Hobbs, Daniel 


Somerby, Robert 


Brown, Jonas 


Holli.s, William 


Stevens, Joshua B. 


Chadwick, Thomas A. 


Hope, George S. 


Stone, Joshua 


Clough, Benjamin 


Howe, Alvin 


Swift, William 


Conner, Richard C. 


Hyde, Amasa 


Thorndike, Israel 


Cunningham, Hem-y 


Jordan, Hem'v 


Town, Jonathan 


Cunningham, James 


Long, William 


Tufts, Caleb 


Dearborn, Richard 


Masters, William 


Webster, Nathan 


Dearborn, Samuel 


Mcintosh, Francis 


Wheeler, Henry 


Dewing, Timothy 


McLane, Edward 


Whitney, Jacon 


Dunttin, Nathaniel 


Parker, Jonathan 


Whitney, Levi 


Eckley, David 


Peabodv, Ebenezer 


Whitwell, Samuel 


Foster, Charles 


Porter, Benjamin 


Witham, Jonathan 


Foster, William 


Reed, Amos 


Woodbury, Edward 


Fowle, William 


Reynolds, Samuel 


Woodbury, John 


Goff, William 


Sanderson, Luther 


- 



Capt. G. Wells' Company, Lieut. Col. P. Osgood's Regiment. 

Between Sept. 11 and Oct. 10, 1814. Raised at Boston. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Copeland, William 


Moore, Joshua 


George Wells, Captain 


Gushing, Hem-y 


Murrj', Thadeus 


Israel Whitney, Lieutenant 


Darling, Joseph 


Ne\vton, Martin 


Otis Howe, Ensign 


Edes, Benjamin F. 


Nicholas, George 




Frost, Coleman 


Parson.s, Henry 


Leonard Goss, Sergeant 


Fullam, Boylston 


Pattey, William 


Nathaniel Bryant, Sergeant 


Fullam, Daniel 


Parker, Peter 


Daniel Brown, Sergeant 


Fullam, Jacob 


Parker, William 


Cornelius Briggs, Sergeant 


Gale, Isaac 


Pike, Richard 


John Crofts, Corporal 


Hanimett, William B. 


Pray, David P. 


James Seaton, Corjioral 


Harris, Oliver 


Ripley, Samuel 


Hugh Gelston, Corporal 


Hemy, William 


Roach, Samuel 


Nathan Crane, Corporal 


Homer, William 


Royse, Silas 


Daniel Simpson, Musician 


Howe, George 


Russell, Benjamin G. 


Benjamin Strow, Musician 


Howland, Benjamin J. 


Shepard, Thomas 


Miles Perrv, Musician 


Hunt, Simon 


Smith, Joseph 




Kelley, William 


Snow, Martin 


Privates. 


Kendall, Artemas 


Snowden, William 


Adams, William D. 


Kneeland, Samuel 


Taggerd, Henry 


Bailey, Joseph 


Laughton, Samuel 


Taylor, Daniel 


Belknap, Samuel A. 


Leach, Thomas 


Thayer, Isaac 


Berry, Isaac 


Lee, Washington 


Tidd, Jacob 


Bowers, Levi 


LeMaster, George 


Weatherbee, William B. 


Bowers, Luther 


Lincoln, Amos 


Webster, John 


Bradbury, Charles 


Lincoln, Daniel 


Weld, William 


Brown, John 


Lincoln, Elijah 


Widen, John 


Coleman, James 


Lock, Nathan 


Wild, Benjamin 


CoUey, Johnson 


Lufts, Edmund 


Willard, John 


Collins, James 


jMann, Isaiah 


Williams, Isaac 


Cook, Da\ad 


McClure, David 





Capt. S. Whitney's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Osgood's Regiment. 

Ten days between Sept. 11 and Oct. 10, 1814. Raised at Boston. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 
Silas Whitney, Captain (absent) 
Joshua Preston, Lieutenant (in com- 
mand) 
John Whitney, Ensign 



Jonas Ames, Sergeant 
Daniel Whitney, Sergeant 
Reuben Allen, Sergeant 
Levi Beale, Sergeant 
Moses Hadly, Corporal 
Joel Conant, Corporal 



Luther Farwell, Corporal 
Benjamin Rowe, Corporal 
Edward T. Parker, Musician 
Pearley Holmes, Musician 
Josiah Heald, Musician 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAE OF 1812. 



Capt. S. Whitney's Company, Lieut. CoL P. Osgood's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates. 


Fay, Silas 


Meeker, Medad 


Adams, Charles 


Folsom, Samuel 


Morrow, James 


Adams, Etheiner 


Gansley, Andrew 


Newton, Foye 


Allen, James . 


Gould, Silas 


Perrin, George 


Bacon, John \ 


Gray, Francis 


Powers, John G. 


Billings, Ezekiel F. ) 


Grinnell, William F. 


Prouty, Jonas 


Blaney, Ambrose / 


Hadley, Moses 


Robbins, Thomas 


Bradford, Nelson 


Haskell, Abiah 


Rowe, Benjamin 


Bradlee, Ebenezer 


Hatch, Clift 


Ruggles, Levi 


Clieever, William 


Hersey, Lewis 


Russ, Robert 


Clark, Ebenezer 


Hobbs, John L. 


Sawtell, Joseph 


Clesley, Joseph 


Holton, Henry 


Simonds, Shepherd 


Conant, Joel 


Hull, George 


Smallpeace, Robert 


Coverly, Samuel 


Hunt, John 


Souther, Isaiah 


Cushing, John 


Hurley, George 


Stedman, Elijah 


Cushing, Levi L. 


Jacob, John 


Stoddar, Thomas 


Dean, Thaddeus 


Jacobs, David C. 


Stoddard, Bela 


Dennis, Foster S. 


Jacobs, Thomas N. 


Tent, Isaac 


Dodge, Isaac 


Jones, Daniel 


Tileston, Otis 


Donnell, Charles 


Joy, Elisha 


Wenzell, Henry 


Dugate, David 


Kimball, John 


Wilder, John N. 


Emerson, John 


KJnsbury, Benjamin 


Wright, Simon 


Farwell, Luther 


Mayhew, Augustus 





Lieut. G. King's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Osgood's Regiment. 

From July 1 to July 30, 1814. Raised at Boston. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Cabot, Richard C. 


Kittle, Porter 


Gedney King, Lieutenant 


Carey, George 


Lane, George 


Henry Codman, Ensign 


Clark, G. W. 


Leverett, John 




Clark, James 


Mackay, William 


John N. Hinkley, Sergeant 


Cooper, Jesse 


Moore, Augustus 


Eleazer F. F. Richardson, Sergeant 


Danforth, Isaac 


Oliver, Daniel 


Peter Mackentosh, Sergeant 


Dawes, Harrison 


Parker, R. H. 


Thomas Mason, Corporal 


Elwell, Robert 


Peterson, Thomas 


James D. Ross, Corporal 


Eustis, Joseph 


Pope, Ebenezer 


George Palmer, Corporal 


Fanning, John B. 


Pope, Ralph 


Samuel Dunn, Corporal 


Fessenden, Arthur 


Richardson, James B. 


Parks, Musician 


Finch, Eleen 


Rogers, David 


S. Perry, Musician 


Folsom, Samuel 


Rogers, Eldred 




Fowle, John 


Russell, John 


Privates. 


Gamage, Nathaniel 


Russell, Otis 


Austin, William B. 


Gardner, Simon 


Smith, William G. 


Banister, John B. 


Grant, Charles 


Tileston, James 


Bartlet, George 


Grant, John 


Tileston, 0. C. 


Bonner, John 


Greenough, Jonathan M. 


Vila, Joseph 


Bowen, Jonathan 


Hammot, Consider H. 


White, Stephen B. 


Braynard, Gelden 


Haven, Calven 


Whitney, Joseph 


Burdaken, Joseph 


Heath, John 


WilUams, Eleazer W. 


Burdett, Ebenezer 


Holbrook, Charles 


Winship, Amos 


Burdit, Henry 


IngersoU, James 


Winslow, Charles 


Burdit, James W. 


Kittle, John 


Woods, Samuel 



Lieut. C. Beale's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Osgood's Regiment. 

Ton days between Sept. 11 and Oct. 14, 1814. It is claimed that this was the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Boston 

(incorporated 1638). Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 
Caswell Beale, Lieutenant 
Jesse Shaw, Ensign 



Nathaniel Philips, Sergeant 
John W. Hyde, Sergeant 
Atherton H. Stevens, Sergeant 
Hem-y Davis, Sergeant 



Robert Smith, Corporal 
Thomas Magroth, Corporal 
George Noble, Corporal 
John Holman, Corporal 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



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Lieut. C. Beale's Company, Lieut. Col. P. Osgood's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates. 


Dunbar, Peter 


Pike, Benjamin 


Adams, Isaac 


Dunbar, Seth 


Preston, Michael 


Adams, Isaac, 2d 


Ellis, Ebenezer 


Reed, Augustus 


Atkins, Edward 


Emerson, Jeremiah 


Ring, Samuel 


Austin, Samuel 


Foster, Thomas W. 


Roberts, Richard S. 


Barker, Wendell R. 


Fowle, John 


Silloway, Joseph 


Bell, David W. 


Fowle, William B. 


Simpson, Charles 


Blodgett, William 


Goodrich, John 


Smith, James C. 


Bowdage, Horace 


Green, Samuel R. 


Sprague, William 


Bull, Briggs 


Hammett, Charles 


Stodder, Hosea 


BuU, William 


Hayden, Ezekiel 


Sumner, Benjamin 


Capen, Pliineas 


Hunnewell, Peter 


Tinney, William 


Clark, Julius 


Hyde, Nathaniel 


Towne, Edmund B. 


Coller, Aaron 


Larrabee, John 


Wade, George F. 


Cook, Otis 


Libby, Daniel 


Waterhouse, Daniel 


Cummings, Thomas 


Lowe, John 


Whitney, Salmon 


Cushing, Martin 


Merriam, Abraham 


Wyman, David 


Davis, Thomas 


Merrill, Sidney 




Dole, John 


Nichols, Aaron 





Lieut. Col. J. Page's Detached Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Nov. 7, 1814. Service at Fort Warren, Boston Harbor. 



Field and Staff. 
Jonathan Page, Lieutenant Colonel, 

Charlestown 
Loammi Kendall, Major, Boston 
Joseph Stone, Adjutant 



Noncommissioned Staff. 
Francis Jackson, Sergeant Major 
Asa Stone, Quartermaster Sergeant 



Capt. J. Tucker's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Page's Regiment. 

From Sept. 1.3 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Canton and vicinity. Service at Fort Warren, Boston Harbor. 



Rank and Name. 


Ballou, James 


Giddings, Francis 


John Tucker, Captain 


Bardon, Amos 


Goldthwait, George W. 


James B. Brown, Lieutenant 


Black, Asa 


Gulliver, Spencer 


Joseph Bachelder, Lieutenant 


Blake, William 


Gulliver, Stephen 


Benjamin Hapgood, Ensign 


Blanchard, Abel 


Hagen, Joseph 


Nathaniel Owen, Ensign 


Blanchard, Josiah 


Harrin, OUver 




Broad, William 


Harris, John 


Asa Moore, Sergeant 


Brvant, Thomas 


Hastings, Thaddeus 


Reuben Cook, Sergeant 


BuUen, Joseph 


Henderson, Luther 


Nathaniel Stone, Sergeant 


Capers, Simeon 


Henshaw, Ebenezer 


Jabez Boyden, Sergeant 


Chubb, Thomas 


Hunt, Martin 


Zacheus Wyman, Sergeant 


Clisby, Samuel 


Jerald, John 


Amos Miller, Sergeant 


Crocker, James 


Johnson, Amory 


Benjamin Foster, Corporal 


Crosby, Isaac 


Kennard, William 


James B. Puffer, Corporal 


Daniels, Jeremiah 


Leavers, John 


Joshua Caswell, Corporal 


Davis, Joseph W. 


Lord, Mark (D) 


Alpheus Bird, Corporal 


Ellingwood, Abraham 


Marble, Elijah 


Davenport Shaw, Corporal 


Ellis, Simeon 


Merrick, Joseph 


Lewis Muzzy, Corporal 


Fairbanks, Silas 


Messinger, Ebenezer 


Benjamin Goldthwait, Musician 


Farrell, Laurence L. 


Noble, Isaac 




Farrington, Daniel S. 


Prescott, Levi 


Privates. 


Farrington, Nathan 


Puffer, Otis 


Alexander, Robert 


Fife, Silas 


Reed, George, M.D. 


Allen, Thompson 


Fuller, Daniel 


Rhoads, EUis 


Ayers, Joseph 


Gay, Icliabod 


Rich, Isaac 


Babb, James 


Gay, Phineas 


Richards, Rufus 


Bachelder, Josiah 


Gerrv, James 


Rickford, Abraham 


Ballou, Ebenezer M. 


Gerry, Samuel 


Right, Timothy 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. J. Tucker's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Page's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Stevens, Timothy 


Walcott, Silas 


Rookwood, Benjamin 


Stewart, Charles 


Wallis, Chancey 


Sanderson, Amos 


Thayer, Charles 


Wentworth, Oliver 


Sargent, Thomas 


Tolly, Daniel 


Went worth, Spencer 


Scott, Elhanan 


Tombs, Dexter 


Whittemore, Joshua 


Smith, Asa 


Turrill, Job 


Winslow, Isaac 


Smith, Elijah 


Vial, Burrill 


Wiswell, Lovell 


Snelling, Henry 


Vincent, Joseph 




Southworth, ApoUos 


Vose, John 





Capt. T. Page's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Page's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Nov. 7, ISH. Raised at Bedford and vicinity. Service at Fort Warren, Boston Harbor. 



R.\NK AND Name. 


Convis, Rufus 


Lazell, Warren 


Timothy Page, Captain 


Cook, Abijah 


Livermore, Nathaniel 


Oliver Shaw, Lieutenant 


Curtis, Benjamin 


Lock, Low 


Amos Holt, Lieutenant 


Cushing, Abner 


Lord, Lemuel 


Phineas Withington, Lieutenant 


Cutler, Amos 


Lord, William 


Eliphalet Holbrook, Lieutenant 


Daniels, Joel, Jr. 


Lovering, John 




Davis, Charles 


Lower, John 


Nathaniel Harrington, Sergeant 


Dean, Timothy 


Orcutt, Benjamin 


James Vining, Sergeant 


Eddy, William 


Page, Larkin P. 


Seth Pettee, Sergeant 


Ellis, Jason 


Payen, Lemuel 


Amos B. Gay, Sergeant 


Falls, Hiram 


Pond, Jemotis, Jr. 


Elisha Harrington, Sergeant 


Field, James 


Pond, Lewis 


John Barber, Sergeant 


Fisher, Elias 


Pratt, Elijah 


Isaac Alden, Corporal 


Gale, Luther 


Rion, Nathaniel 


David Capen, Corporal 


Gay, WiUard 


Shaw, John 


Vincent Turrill, Corporal 


Gilbert, Judson 


Shaw, Nathaniel T. 


Royal Oliver, Corporal 


Hall, EUjah 


Smith, Josiah 


Eliphas Pratt, Corporal 


Harding, Pliny 


Thayer, David 




Hastings, Oliver 


Thayer, John W. 


Privates. 


Hawes, Caleb 


Thomas, John 


Adams, Thomas 


Hawes, James 


Tirrell, David 


Baker, Ruel 


Hawes, Joseph 


Tolbert, Enoch 


Bates, James 


Hobert, William 


Tolbert, Joseph 


Beers, John B. 


Holbrook, Henry 


Torry, Benjamin 


Blanchard, David 


Horton, Aseph 


Terry, Saul 


Blanchard, Nathan 


Humphries, John 


Tufts, Thomas 


Blanchard, Nathaniel 


Jay, Charles 


Ware, George 


Blood, Richard 


Johnson, Ellis 


Weatherby, Hemy C. 


Brigham, Jonathan 


Johnson, Lewis 


White, Jeremiah 


Brooks, Thomas 


Kelton, Elihu 


Williams, John, Jr. 


Clapp, Jonatlian 


Kelton, Jason 


Winship, William 


Collie or Collier, Edward 


Laurence, Jonas 




Collier, Jonathan 


Laurence, Samuel 





Capt. M. Roulston's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Page's Regiment. 
From Sept. 13 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Boston. Service at Fort Warren, Boston Harbor. 



Rank and Name. 


John Brown, Corporal 


Privates. 


Michel Roulston, Captain 


Samuel Barber, Corporal 


Baker, William 


Daniel L. Gibbons, Lieutenant 


Robert Somersby, Corporal 


Ballard, (Jeorge 




Charles Brown, Corporal 


Barber, Fisher 


John Biglow, Clerk 


Joseph King, Corporal 


Barmester, Samuel 


Sylvanus Reed, Sergeant 


William Starr, Corporal 


Barron, Oliver 


Michel Tombs, Sergeant 


William Andrews, Corporal 


Bass, Gilman, Jr. 


Martin Kent or Keint, Sergeant 




Bell, David 


Francis M. .\ddington. Sergeant 




Bemis, Joel 



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Capt. M. Roulston's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Page's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


French, Amos 


Merchant, Chester 


Bennet, Barzillai 


Fuller, Elisha D. 


Newcomb, Charles 


Beiinet, Jesse 


Fuller, Joseph 


Nickerson, James 


Bent, Avery 


Gates, Eneas 


Parker, William A. 


Blair, M. D. 


Gilman, George G. 


Peabocly, Ebenezer 


Blake, William 


Gorman, John 


Pike, Elisha 


Boden, Simpson 


Graham, George 


Purkett, Henry F. 


Bracket, Richard 


Green, John 


Ramsdale, Reuben 


Brazer, William G. 


Hall, Aaron 


Redding, Joseph 


Brooks, Abijah 


Hatch, Allen 


Rich, David 


Brooks, Michel L. 


Haydcn, John 


Richardson, Nathan 


Brooks, Nathaniel W. 


Hayden, Peleg 


Ripley, Samuel 


Brown, Thomas 


Hillman, George 


Robertson, Smith 


Buffum, H. F. 


Hollis, David 


Roulston, Michel, Jr. 


Cambell, Charles 


Hoverman, Peter 


Sanders, John 


Carnes, David G. 


Howes, Loring 


Simons, Silas 


Connor, Richard C. 


Hunt, John 


Smith, Thomas 


Dean, Lemual 


Hutchinson, Joseph 


Speed, Amos 


Dewing, Timothy 


Jennings, William 


Stone, Ezra 


Dow, Moses 


Jones, .John 


Thayer, Wyman 


Edwards, Benjamin 


Jones, John R. 


Thomas, William 


Emerson, Jeremiah 


Kemp, Francis 


Trull, Joel 


Estes, Samuel G. 


King, Seth 


Vincent, Samuel 


Farzar, Adoniram 


Kingsbury, Samuel 


Wallis, Jeremiah 


Favor, Isaac 


Leland, Aaron 


Williston, Caleb 


Foster, Rufus 


Lilly, Daniel 


Woodbury, John 


Freeman, Benjamin B. 


Mannings, Samuel B. 





Capt. N. Shattuck's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Page's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Groton and vicinity. Service at Fort Warren, Boston Harbor. 



Rank and Name. 


Brown, Joseph 


Johnson, George W. 


Noah Shattuck, Captain 


Brown, W^illard 


Kehew, Aaron 


Thomas Pearsons, Lieutenant 


Cabbott, John C. 


Kemp, Jonas 


Samuel Warren, Lieutenant 


Campbell, Nathaniel 


King, Nathan 


Archelaus C. Bennet, Ensign 


Carr, John 


Lynfield, William V. 




Childs, Nathaniel 


Lynfield, Zeno 


James Going, Sergeant 


Cole, Seth 


Maguire, Patrick 


Micajah Rice, Sergeant 


Cook, Jonathan 


Marvin, Whitman 


Calvin Shattuck, Sergeant 


Davenson, Peter 


Mecom, Robert 


Thomas Dunton, Sergeant 


Davis, James 


Mitchell, William 


Noah Gates, Sergeant 


Dole, Joseph 


Mitts, Samuel 


Israel Richardson, Corporal 


Dudley, John 


Moore, Cephas 


Joel Wright, Corporal 


Edcs, Benjamin 


Osburn, Cyrus 


Jesse Wiswell, Corporal 


Egleston, George (D) 


Parker, Lemuel 


Zenas Brown, Corpoial 


Farnsworth, Rufus 


Pearsons, Joseph 


Cyrus Buttrick, Corporal 


Fuller, Charles 


Phelps, John 


Alden Wood, Corporal 


Gilson, James 


Pierce, Jonathan 


Joseph Handson, Corporal 


Gilson, Jonas 


Puffer, Jesse 


Eleazer Kemp, Corporal 


Gleason, Jo.siah 


Puffer, Josiah 




Gragg, Jacob 


Ramsdell, William 


Privates. 


Groves, John 


Rice, John 


Abbott, James 


Hardin, Joseph 


Rich, David 


Atkins, Edward 


Hardy, Noah 


Richardson, Sheron 


Ayers, Charles 


Harris, William 


Richardson, William 


Bartlett, Martin 


Harrod, William 


Riley, Micah 


Bennet, Jacob 


Hayson, John 


Sanburn, Daniel 


Bixby, Asa 


Hearsey, Jacob 


Sheldon, William 


Blanchard, Samuel 


Heart, Elias 


Sherman, Reuben 


Blaney, Benjamin 


Homer, John 


Shipley, Oliver 


Bottom, Ehab 


Hudson, Charles (D) 


Simons, James 


Brown, .James 


Jewett, Solomon 


Souther, Moses 



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Capt. S. Shattuck's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Page's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Viat, Elias 


Wyman, Richard 


Stoder, Elijah 


Williams, Luther 


Young, Joseph 


Swift, William 


Wilson, Abel 




Taylor, Calvin 


Wilson, Andrew 


Waiters. 


Taylor, Elisha 


Woorster, Benjamin 


Parker, William 


Townsend, Samuel 


Wright, Ebenezer 


Shattuck, Noah 


Trull, Elijah 


Wright, Joel 


Shattuck, Walter 



Capt. A. Tarbell's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Page's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Groton and vicinity. Service at Fort Warren, Boston Harbor. 



Rank and Name. 
Abel Tarbell, Captain 
Jedediah Wood, Lieutenant 
William Mcintosh, Ensign 
William Clough, Ensign 

James Draper, Sergeant 
Otis Reed, Sergeant 
Francis Leighton, Sergeant 
Eldridge Gerry, Sergeant 
Benjamin Walker, Sergeant 
Lyman Hay den. Corporal 
Elijah G. Wetharbee, Corporal 
Joseph Childs, Corporal 
William Tufts, Corporal 
Peter C. Conant, Corporal 
Ezekiel 0. Hall, Musician 
Abraham A. Edwards, Musician 
Jesse Brown, Musician 

Privates. 
Abbott, Jonathan 
Arnold, Samuel 
Atherton, Marshall 
Babon, Reuben 
Baily, Zcbina 
Baldwin, Davis, Jr. 
Barnam, David 
Billings, John 
Blood, feron 
Brooks, Jacob 
Brown, Jonas 
Brown, Samuel 
Burly, Josiah 
Butler, Amos 
Butler, Simeon 
Chickering, Hartshorn 



Childs, Benjamin 
Clark, Warren 
Coburn, Blanchard 
Conant, Daniel 
Corning, Samuel 
Cowin, Isaac 
Curtis, Thaddeus 
Cuttings, Mark 
Daggett, Carlos 
Danforth, Isaac (died) 
Darling, David 
Davis, Joshua, Jr. 
Ditson, William 
Emery, Joel 
Farmer, Asa 
Farnsworth, James D. 
Fletcher, Phineas P. 
Fletcher, Porter 
French, Daniel 
Gilman, John T. 
Gleason, Joel 
Goodnow, Rufus 
Green, Abel 
Hall, Daniel 
Harley, Joseph 
Haskell, Joseph (D.) 
Hastings, John 
Hayood, Josiah 
Hemingway, Israel 
Hopping, William 
Hubbard, Darius 
Hunt, William 
Hurd, Abel 
Jones, John 
Kendall, Peter 
Kendall, Samuel 
Laurence, Edmund 



Leverett, Gad 
Manning, James, Jr. 
Marble, John 
Marshall, James 
Mcllen, Joseph 
Morse, Lyman 
Newell, Harrington 
Parker, Josiah 
Parker, Walter 
Petingill, Asa 
Pratt, Jonathan 
Rand, Nathaniel 
Read, George 
Read, Howard 
Read, Nathaniel 
Read, William 
Richardson, Josiah 
Roberts, Samuel 
Robings, Jedediah 
Roe, Benjamin 
Russell, James 
Sabells, Thomas 
Sanders, Asa 
Sargent, Hall B. 
Sawyer, Simon 
Stephens, Sampson 
Stone, Abraham 
Swallow, Thomas 
Thrasher, James 
Trobridge, Luther 
Tufts, Asa 
Tufts, William 
Van Sailor, Jarret 
Weston, Daniel 
Whitcomb, Samuel 



Capt. S. Tolman's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Page's Regiment. 

From Sept. 1.3 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Dorchester. Service at Fort Warren, Boston Harbor. This company also appears under Lieut. Col. 
Joseph Dudley's regiment, raised at Dorchester and vicinity and serving at South Boston. 



Rank and Name. 
Stephen Tolman, Captain 
Ebenezer Humphry, Lieutenant 
Levi Parker, Lieutenant (died) 
Newcomb Bates, Ensign 



James Foster, Sergeant 
Joseph Richard, Sergeant 
Elias Holbrook, Sergeant 
Joseph Battles, Sergeant 
Bethuel Reed, Sergeant 
Enos Tolman, Corporal 



Jonathan Hamlet, Corporal 
Ezra Swallow, Corporal 
Jonas Heartwell, Corporal 
Thomas J. Holman, Corporal 
Hosea Dunbar, Musician 
Isaac Beall, Musician 



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Capt. S. Tolman's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Page's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates. 


Eddy, Sylvanus 


Pender, Isaac 


Adams, Casiier 


Eddy, Zenos D. 


Perry, John 


Allen, Tilly 


Field, John 


Pierce, Thomas H. 


Amby, Benjamin 


French, Reuben 


Porter, Elijah 


Bacon, Henry 


Garland, Hiram R. 


Prine, Robert 


Bailey, Henry 


Green, Oliver 


Reed, Seth 


Barry, William 


Har^'ey, Samuel 


Roberts, Saul 


Barter, George 


Hay den, Peter 


Saulsbury, Abijah W. 


Belcher, Eliphalct 


Holbrook, Caleb 


Shumway, Ellis 


Belcher, .Jeremiah 


Hollis, Thomas 


Simmons, George 


Bishop, James 


Huger, Samuel 


Stockbridge, Thomas 


Blackman, .Jacob 


Hunting, Jabez F. 


Tinkham, Ephraim 


Blanchard, Samuel 


Hutchings, William 


Tinkham, Otis 


Bond, Thomas 


Jackson, Antyrhas 


Tolman, Edward 


Bosworth, Elijah 


Lines, John 


Tolman, Elijah 


Bradshaw, Jesse 


Lock, Benjamin B. 


Vinal, Simeon 


Briggs, James 


Lovell, James 


Weld, Joseph 


Brocklebank, John 


Magoon, James 


Wheeler, Abraham 


Calahan, Joseph 


Maine, David 


White, David 


Chamberlain, Amos 


Maintosh, Thomas 


White, Nathaniel 


Chamberlain, Obediah 


Marshall, Moses 


Whitney, Stephen 


Chamberlain, Stephen 


Mastings, Joseph 


Williams, Samtiel 


Childs, Reuben P. 


Minott, George 


Withington, Samuel 


Clapp, Enos 


Muney, Edward 


Wood, Barnabas 


Clapp, Moses 


Nightingale, Asa 


Woodcock, Timothy 


Clapp, Silas 


Olvine, John 




Clark, Abner 


Orcutt, Micah 


Waiters. 


Codding, Josiah 


Packard, Bewel 


Bates, Nathaniel N. 


Cook, James 


Packard, Othniel 


Gushing, Harvey 


Crane, Richard 


Page, Charles 


Vose, Samuel 


Crosby, John 


Paine, Parney 




Dewing, Warren 


Paine, Samuel 





Capt. A. Williams' Company, Lieut. Col. J. Page's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Newburyport aud vicinity. Service at Fort Warreii, Boston Harbor. 



Rank and Name. 


Bradlee, Hezakiah 


Pike, Jabez 


Abraham Williams, Captain 


Brown, William 


Pilsbury, William C. 


David Walker, Lieutenant 


Butler, Philip 


Pritchard, Stephen 


Joseph Picket, Ensign 


Cheevers, Aaron 


Richardson, John 


Jonathan Sargent, Ensign 


Cheevers, Philip 


Richardson, Marzite 




Coffin, Enoch 


Robie, Joseph 


William S. Mason, Sergeant 


FoUansbee, William 


Rogers, Beniah 


Joseph FoUansbee, Sergeant 


Foot, Barnard 


Sawyer, Abel 


Levi Knowlton, Sergeant 


Goodhue, James S. 


Smith, Daniel 


Caleb Dudley Morris, Corporal 


Goodwin, Thomas 


Smith, Samuel 


Thomas Rolsinson, Corporal 


Gray, Ezekiel 


Somersby, \\^illiani 


David S. Silloway, Corporal 


Harris, John 


Stanwood, Saul 


Moses Ross, Musician 


Hervey, Eliphalet 


Stevens, Daniel W. 


William Stickney, Musician 


Hervy, James 


Tappan, Thomas P. 




Hill, John 


Tilden, Robert 


Privates. 


Lewis, !Mark 


Todd, Wallingford 


Adams, Thomas 


McCrillis, Andrew 


Walker, Gideon 


Adams, Williain 


Morrison, Michel 


Warner, Joseph H. 


Andrews, Ebenezcr 


Morse, Robert 


Whitmore, Joseph 


Bailey, Abner R. 


Nichols, Thomas 


Woodman, David 


Bartlett, Cutting 


Norton, George, Jr. 




Batchelder, Winthrop 


Norton, Moses 


Wait^iv. 


Bowers, Dennison T. 


Pecker, George W. 


Barrington, Henry 


Boyington, Methuselah 


Pettingill, Benjamin, Jr. 





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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. G. Fisher's Detached Company from Dover and Vicinity, Lieut. Col. J. Page's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Nov. .30, 1814. Service at Fort Warren. 



Rank and Name. 
George Fisher, Captain 
Aaron Hill, Lieutenant 
.James Paine, Ensign 
Edmund Rice, Ensign 

Peter Fisher, Jr., Sergeant 
George M. Shaw, Sergeant 
James Sleet, Sergeant 
Amasa Weeks, Sergeant 
Clark Holbrook, Sergeant 
Reuben Newell, Corporal 
John Haynes, Corporal 
Francis Carpenter, Corporal 
Amos Hill, Corporal 
Jacob Thomas, Corporal 

Byran, Corporal 

Jesse Houghton, Musician 
John Hewes, Musician 

Privates. 
Adams, Whiting 
Allen, Lewis 
Allen, Ophie 
Amsden, Ephraim 
Ayers, Fisher 
Bacon, Bela 
Barnard, Joel 
Baxter, John C. 
Bemis, David 
Berry, George W. 
Besse, Elijah 
Brown, William D. 
Buckman, Asahel 
Butler, Eliphalet 
Carpenter, Samuel 
Childs, Caleb 



Claflen, Otis 
Clark, Cephas 
Cole, Nathaniel S. 
Coolidge, Francis 
Cutter, Benjamin 
Davis, John 
Davis, William 
Deane, Edward 
Dunklee, Jesse 
Durant, Charles 
Etlson, Robert 
Ferdinan, Samuel 
Fisher, James, 2d 
Fisher, Luther 
Foster, William 
Frost, Antipas 
Gay, Leonard 
Gerry, John O. 
Goldthwaite, John 
Guild, James 
Hall, John 
Hardy, John 
Harford, Ira 
Hart, Daniel 
Hart, Martin 
Hastings, Josiah 
Haynes, John 
Holmes, Samuel, Jr. 
Hopkins, John 
Horrey, Calvin 
Horton, John 
Johnson, Reuben 
Kimball, Clark 
Kimball, Henry 
Leathers, Benjamin 
Leonard, David 
Lincoln, Leonard 



Martin, Isaac 

Martin, Petty 
Merrill, Edmund 
Morse, Justin 
Morton, Amasa 
Nelson, David 
New, Jesse 
Orcutt, Hosea 
Packer, James, Jr. 
Parker, Benjamin 
Peck, Samuel 
Petty, Martin 
Phillips, Daniel H. 
Plimpton, John 
Plunuuer, Joshua 
Pratt, Lemuel 
Richards, Abel, Jr. 
Shearman, Emery 
Smith, Luke 
Stimson, John 
Stone, Isaac 
Sylvester, James 
Sylvester, Richard 
Thayer, Aaron 
Thompson, Jacob 
Thurston, Philo 
Tinkham, Seth 
Tor, Vincent 
Turner, Hczekiah, Jr. 
Upton, Eliab 
White, Asa 
Whitney, Lewis 
William's, William, Jr. 
Winship, Oliver 
Woodward, Caleb 
Wyman, Daniel 
Wyman, John 



Lieutenant Pritchard's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Page's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Nov. 7, 1814. Service at Fort Warren, Boston Harbor. 



Rank and Name. 


Cheever, William 


Masting, John B. 




Thomas Pritchard, Lieutenant 


Cogswell, Moody 


Merrick, Joseph 




Nathaniel Stevens, Ensign 


Crowell, Ariel 


Odell, William 




Ira Preston, Ensign 


Day, Nathaniel 


Palmer, John 






Fielder, Knott 


Panchard, Benjamin 




Saul Bassett, Sergeant 


Fielder, William 


Phillips, Richard 




William Isley, Sergeant 


Flagg, Edward 


Pierce, Thomas 




Dean Chadwick, Sergeant 


Francis, George 


Pousland, Joseph 




John Ross, Corporal 


Frye, Samuel 


Ross, William 




David Boynton, Corporal 


Gale, John 


Runnels, Eliphalet 




Saul Stevens, Corjioral 


Galee, Ephraim 


Russell, Thomas 


* 




Glidden, Robert 


Silver, John P. 




Privates. 


Greaves, John 


Simons, Thomas 




Al)bott, Stephen 


Harlow, John 


Smith, Thomas 




Adams, Nehemiah 


Harriden, Robert 


Sollanus, Francis 




Ames, Peter 


Hawkes, Thomas 


Soule, Nathaniel 




Aubin, John 


Holt, Enoch 


Stephens, Lewis 




Begram, Charles 


Hudson, John 


Wallace, John 




Bixley, David 


Ingalls, Nathaniel 


Wells, Stephen 




Bray, Eli 


Josslyn, William 






Burley, Jonathan 


Kent, Charles 


ir(///('r.s. 




Burnam, Nathaniel 


Kimball, Benjamin 


Goodwin, William 




Caldwell, James 


Linsey, James M. 


Peters, Joseph 




Chase, Edmund 


Lovett, Stephen 







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Lieut. E. Whitman's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Page's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Nov. 7, 1N14. Service at Fort Warren, Boston Harbor. 



Rank and Name. 


Brown, Lewis 


Keith, Tha.xter 




Ebenezor Whitman, Lieutenant 


Conant, Jacob 


Leonard, Azza 




Gurney Azel, Ensign 


Dickerman, Bcnjaniiu 


Loud, Esau 






Dunphe, Elvin 


Shaw, John 




George Keith, Sergeant 


Edson, Barnabas 


Snow, George 




Salmon Dunbar, Sergeant 


Edson, Da\-id 


Thrasher, Cyrus 




Isaac Cook, Corporal 


Garner, Abner 


Tribeau, Francis 




Alexander Nasli, Corporal 


Harsey, Svlvanus 


Washburn, Nahuni 






Havward, Otis 


Weston, Enoch 




Privates. 


Hobert, Nehcmiah 


Whitmarsh, Jacob 




Aldrich, Eaton 


Howard, Barnabas 


Wood, Samuel M. 




Ames, Cliarles 


Joy, Thomas 






Arnold, Nathaniel T. 


Keith, Benjamin H. 







Lieut. Col. Salem Town's Regiment. 

From Sept. 9 to Oct. 30, 1814. Service at Boston and vicinity. 



Field and Staff. 
Salem Town, Lieutenant Colonel, Charl 

ton 
John Murray, Major 
Holland Forbes, Major, We.stborough 
Lorenzo Draper, Adjutant, Boston 



Henry W. Taylor, Quartermaster 
Daniel Denny, Pajanaster 
Parley F. Groves, Surgeon 
James Trowbridge, Surgeon's Mate 
Daniel Oliver, Chaplain, Salem 



Noncommissioned Staff. 
Liberty Baninster, Sergeant Major 
Luther Bigelow, Quartermaster Sergeant 
Horace Kendall, Drum Major 
Benjamin Bennett, Jlfe Major 



Capt. L. Abbott's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Town's Regiment. 

From Sept. 8 to Oct. 30, 1814. Raised at Brookfield and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Parker Johnson, Musician 


Harwood, Nathaniel 


Lewis Abbott, Captain 


Samuel Stevens, Musician 


Mathews, David 


Nathaniel Lynde, Lieutenant 


Samuel Spooner, Musician 


Olds, Cheny 


Daniel Drake, Ensign 




Olds, George 




Privates. 


Olds, Jonathan 


William Hastings, Sergeant 


Barrett, William 


Potter, Edward 


Benesley Davis, Sergeant 


Barrows, Rufus 


Segers, Henry 


Pliny Upham, Sergeant 


Brigham, Svlvanus 


Smith, Lewis 


Jonathan Moore, Sergeant 


Dewdng, Cheney 


Upham, Joel 


Seth B. Otis, Corporal 


Dewing, Ephraini 


Waite, Otis 


Benjamin Adams, Corporal 


Folds, Solomon 


Wilder, George 


Cheney Rice, Corporal 


Forbes, Dexter 


Winslow, Leonard 


Foster Newton, Corporal 


Gilbert, Coleman 




Nathan Dane or Done, Musician 


Gilbert, Reuben 





Capt. P. Brigham's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Town's Regiment. 

From Sept. 8 to Oct. 30, 1814. Raised at Westborough, Northborough and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


John Warren, Musician 


Brigham, Joseph 


Pierpont Brigham, Captain 


Horace Kendall, Musician 


Brigham, Samuel 


Charles Parkman, Lieutenant 


Newell Bellows, Musician 


Chamberlin, Edward 




John Rice, Musician 


Chamberlin, Jason 


Elijah Morse, Sergeant 




Chamberlin, Samuel 


Elias Forbes, Sergeant 


Privates. 


Fav, Elihu 


Asa Godfrey, Sergeant 


Andrews, John 


Fav, William 


Eli Chamberlin, Sergeant 


Bird, 15avlev 


Fisher, Nahum 


Otis Brigham, Corporal 


Blake, Barnum 


Gloves, Levi G. 


Nathaniel Brigham, Corporal 


Bowanan, John 


Goodnow, William 


Jesse Rice, Corporal 


Brigham, Benjamin 


Green, Joseph 


Ephraim Maynard, Corporal 


Brigham, Dexter 


Harrington, Dana 



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Capt. P. Brigham's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Town's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 
Harrington, Eli 
Hawes, Luther 
Kendall, Samuel 
Maynard, Ebeiiezer 



Maynard, Leonard 

Maynard, Moses Gill 
Maynard, Silas 
Miller, Rodolphus 
Morn, Thomas 



Sibley, Jonas 

Stone, Abijah 
Stone, Thomas 
Warren, Willard 
Wesson, Russell 



Capt. J. Cushing's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Town's Regiment. 

From Sept. S to Oct. 30, 1S14. Raised at .\bington and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



R.\NK .\ND Name. 


Richard Holbrook, Musician 


Reed, Goddard 


John Gushing, Gaptain 


Lemuel Jenkins, Musician 


Shaw, Brackly 


Thomas V. Totman, Lieutenant 


Simeon Reed, Musician 


Shaw, Daniel 


William Wales, Ensign 


Reuben Holbrook, Musician 


Shaw, Ebenezer, 2d 
Sprague, Zebedee 


Melvin Gurney, Sergeant 


Privates. 


Stetson, Oliver 


Joseph Wilkes, Sergeant 


Gushing, Brackly 


Thayer, Benjamin 


David Beal, Sergeant 


Harris, Nathaniel S. 


Vining, Ebed 


Gyrus Wales, Sergeant 


Lane, Isaiah 


Vining, Joseph 


Oliver Blanchard, Corporal 


Loud, John 


Wales, Samuel 


Daniel Alger, Corporal 


Phillips, Thomas 


Whiting, Eleazer 


Joseph Jenkins, Corporal 


Pratt, Noah 




James Noyes, Corporal 


Reed, Abiah 





Capt. W. W. Partridge's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Town's Regiment. 

From Sept. 8 to Oct. 30, 1814. Raised at Northampton and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Parsons, George W. 


William W. Partridge, Gaptain 


Bartlet, Edward M. 


Pilkin, Edward 


John Hutchins, Lieutenant 


Bridgman, Cephas 


Pope, Thomas 


John Stewart, Ensign 


Clapp, Lemuel 


Pratt, Thomas 




Coolridge, William 


Stebbins, Samuel 


John S. Partridge, Sergeant 


Crane, Silas 


White, Job 


Howard Bosworth, Sergeant 


Dickinson, Josiah 


Wilcox, Benjamin B. 


Joseph Hutchins, Sergeant 


Edmunds, Elijah 


Wilmer, David 


Nathan Pratt, Sergeant 


McDonald, Alexander 





Capt. S. Woodward's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Town's Regiment. 

From Sept. 8 to Oct. 30, 1814. Raised at Hadley and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Lewis Marsh, Musician 


Galord, Israel 


Samuel Woodward, Captain 


Dennis Smith, Musician 


Herrington, Ebenezer 


Sylvester Goodman, Ensign 


Elijah Smith, Musician 


Hodge, Benjamin 




Samuel Dickinson, Musician 


Hodge, George 


William Smith, Sergeant 




Marsh, Moses 


Stephen Montague, Sergeant 


Privates. 


Montague, Heman 


Spencer Goodman, Sergeant 


Dickinson, Elihu 


Porter, Elisha 


Oliver Warner, Sergeant 


Dickinson, Elisha 


Quance, Thomas 


Oliver Barney, Corporal 


Dickinson, Sylvanus 


Smith, Lorenzo 


Daniel Cook, Corporal 


Eastman, Joseph 


Wallis, Levi 


Roswell Cook, Corporal 


Eastman, Saul 


White, David 


Reuben Cook, Corporal 


Edson, Noah 





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Capt. B. Brown's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Town's Regiment. 

From Sept. 9 to Oct. 30, 1814. Raised at Royalston and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Prirates. 


Peck, Chancy 


Benjamin Brown, Captain 


Bemis, Luke 


Pierce, James 


Benoni Peck, Lieutenant 


Bliss, Benjamin W. 


Prescott, John 


Willard Newton, Ensign 


Brewer, Joseph 


Richardson, Stephen 




Chamberlin, John 


Rogers, Thomas 


Isaac Yale, Sergeant 


Chase, William 


Stockwell, Isaac 


Elmer Newton, Sergeant 


De.xter, John 


Stockwell, Jonathan 


Alanson White, Sergeant 


Eaton, John 


Stockwell, Joseph 


Josiah Walker, Sergeant 


Emerson, Elias 


Stockwell, Reuben 


Thomas Norton, Corporal 


Forbush, Chancy 


Stockwell, Simeon 


Josiah Wheeler, Corporal 


Garfield, Moses 


Stockwell, Tarrant 


Moses Tyler, Corporal 


Godard, Nathaniel 


Walker, Asa 


David Thurston, Corporal 


Hill, John 


Walker, John B. 


Joseph Pierce, Musician 


Leathe, Benjamin 


Wilson, Nathaniel 


Silas Pierce, Musician 


Lewis, Hiram 




Edson Clark, Musician 


Morse, Russell 




Silas Metcalf, Musician 


Peabody, Chandler 





Capt. W. Crawford's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Town's Regiment. 

From Sept. 9 to Oct. 30, 1S14. Raised at New Braintree. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Howard, Ebenezer 


William Crawford, Captain 


Bars, Ebenezer N. 


Marsh, Elias 


James Allen, Lieutenant 


Bars, Hiram 


Marsh, Richard K. 


Michell Lincoln, Ensign 


Blake, Jonathan 


Pepper, Ashbel 




Brinkall, Jonas 


Pepper, Jacob 


Stephen Lincoln, Sergeant 


Clark, Mason 


Stone, Isaac 


Edward Wodis, Sergeant 


Converse, Boswell 


Stone, Seth 


James Conant, Sergeant 


Dow, Daniel 


Thrasher, Harlow 


Lot Conant, Corijoral 


Dow, Zenas 


Thrasher, Samuel 


George Mullet, Corporal 


Flint, Daniel 


Tomlinson, Fabian 


Parly Ayers, Corporal 


Granger, Parley 


Warner, Daniel 


Sylvester Marn, Musician 


Hall, Percival 




John Thompson, Musician 


Holmes, Charles I. 





Capt. I. Jewett's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Town's Regiment. 

From Sept. 9 to Oct. 30, 1IS14. Raised at .-^shburnham and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Laws, James 


Ivers Jewett, Captain 


Adams, Stephen 


Marble, Joel 


Timothy Crehore, Lieutenant 


Bigelow, Luther 


Marble, Stephen 


Walter B. Adams, Ensign 


Billings, James 


Maynard, Edward 




Blodgett, Elias 


Mclntire, Flint 


Ebenezer Adams, Sergeant 


Brooks, Dickerson 


Miller, James 


John Gates, Sergeant 


Butler, Adams 


Munroe, Charles 


Reuben Townsend, Sergeant 


Carey, Archer 


Munroe, Ebenezer 


Elijah Booth, Sergeant 


Garfich, Elisha 


Philips, Asa 


James Adams, Corporal 


Green, Hosea 


Polly, Joseph 


Benjamin Barrett, Corporal 


Harris, Heman 


Rice, Joseph 


Amos Stone, Corporal 


Harris, Humphrey 


Sampson, Abraham 


Laban Cushing, Corporal 


Hastings, John 


Smith, Ebenezer 


Josiah White, Musician 


Holden, Jonas 


Stimpson, Reuben 


Ephraim Taylor, Musician 


Hunting, John 


Ward, Jacob 


Enoch Whitniore, Musician 


Hunting, Joseph 


Willard, Caleb 


Reuben Rice, Musician 


Lampson, Jonathan 


Wither, George 



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Capt. R. S. Chappell's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Town's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Oct. 30, 1814. Raised at Pittsfield and vicinity. Service at Bo.ston. 



Rank and Name. 


Demon, Jeremiah 


Palmeter, Cahin D. 


Richard S. Chappell, Captain 


Fanning, Chester 


Parker, Elias 


Eaton .Janes, Lieutenant 


Gates, Henry 


Parker, Giles 


Amos Barnes, Ensign 


Gay, William 


Sherwood, Orson 




Graves, Rodney 


Smith, Samuel 


Henry W. Taylor, Sergeant 


Holmes, Horace 


Squires, Josiah 


Tliomas Lawrence, Sergeant 


Howland, Joseph 


Stocking, Ralph 


Enos White, Sergeant 


Hunnevvell, Jonathan 


Storey, Miles 


Henry Janes, Sergeant 


Ingersoll, Jonathan - 


Stow, Stephen 




Kilburn, Alva 


Strong, James 


Privates. 


Lawrence, Horatio G. 


Taylor, Daniel G. 


Bosworth, Hezekiah F. 


May, Chauncy 


Tracy, Horace 


Brattle, William W. 


Merrill, Justus 


Waite, Josiah 


Bush, Henry W. 


Mosley, Thomas D. 


Wovel, Silas 


Casey, Jolm 


Muuroe, Thaddeus 


Wright, Woodbridge S. 


Delano, John R. 


Nelson, Calviu 





Capt. E. Williams' Company, Lieut. Col. S. Town's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Oct. 30, im4. Raised at Gardner and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Edward Loud, Musician 


Kendall, Hubbard 


Ephraim Williams, Captain 


William Fenno, Musician 


Leland, Amasa 


Samuel Swain, Lieutenant 


Levi Divol, Musician 


Moore, Phinehas 


Joel Covell, Ensign 




Newell, Joseph L. 




Privntes. 


Perly, David 


Ebenezer Botten, Sergeant 


Bennet, Thomas 


Reed, David 


Charles Hoar, Sergeant 


Brick, Jonas 


Wheeler, Joel 


Benjamin Stone, Sergeant 


Conant, Farwell 


Whiting, Joseph 


Reuben Wheeler, Sergeant 


Coolridge, James 


Whitney, Luke 


Aaron Conant, Corporal 


Eaton, Josiah 


Whitney, Seth 


Phinny Billings, Corporal 


Edgell, Benjamin 


Wilder, David 


Josiah Hilder, Corporal 


Glazier, Abram F. 


Wilder, Isaac 


George Davis, Corporal 


Jackson, Isaac 


Wright, Nathaniel 



Capt. J. W. Lincoln's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Town's Regiment. 
From Sept. 11 to Oct. 30, 1814. Raised at Worcester and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates: 


Perry, Jonah 


John W. Lincoln, Captain 


Alexander, William T. 


Perry, Luke 


Sewall Hamilton, Lieutenant 


Ball, Pliinehas 


Rice, Peter 


John Coolridge, Ensign 


Brown, Warren 


Rice, Timothy R. 




Butler, Abijah 


Rutman, Austin R. 


Levi Wellington, Sergeant 


Carle, Dexter 


Smith, Levi 


Luther Johnson, Sergeant 


Curtis, Aaron 


Stowell, Samuel 


Edward D. Bangs, Sergeant 


Deland, Jo.seph 


Tracy, William 


Samuel Green, Sergeant 


Drury, Joseph 


Tucker, Isaac 


Jeremiah Healy, Corporal 


Duncan, Jason 


Tufts, Walter 


Lincoln Feni'ing, Corporal 


Fenno, Joseph 


Warren, Charles W. 


Charles Bridge, Corporal 


Flagg, Asa 


Webb, Daniel 


James Thompson, Corporal 


Fletcher, Eleazer 


Wheeler, William D. 


Jason Mann, Musician 


Johnson, Gardner 


White, Benjamin 


Oliver Cajer, Musician 


Mann, Arnold 


Wilder, Nahum 


Rufus Paine, Musician 


Paine, Wales 


Witt, Archibakl 



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Capt. A. Thompson's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Town's Regiment. 

P>om Sept. 12 to Oct. 30, 1814. Service at Boston. 



Rank .\nd Name. 


Zebulon Thompson 


Musician 


Lyons, Joshua 


Asa Thompson, Captain 


Jabez Soule, Musician 


Pratt, Stillman 


Neliemiah Thompson, Lieutenant 


Zadoc Thompson, ISIusician 


Richmond, Oliver 






- 


Rider, Ezra 


Isaiah Ripley, Sergeant 


Pn 


vates. 


Sears, Josiah 


Cephas Thompson, Sergeant 


Bearce, Benjamin 




Sturtevant, Caleb 


Adam Thompson, Sergeant 


Bourne, Newcomb 




Sturtevant, Ward 


Cliles Thompson, Sergeant 


Bradford, John 




Thomi)son, Nehemiah 


.Jabez P. Thompson, Corporal 


Briggs, Lewis 




Thomijson, Ward 


Oran Freeman, Corporal 


Bryant, Cephas 




Tillson, Ephraim 


Zadoc Churchill, Corporal 


Hall, Joseph 




Wood, John 


Eliab Thompson, Corporal 


John.son, Elijah 






Samuel Bryant, JMusician 


Joslin, Marquis F. 







Capt. I. Lothrop's Company, Lieut. Col. Town's Regiment. 

From Sept. 19 to Oct. 31, 1S14. Raised at Easton aud vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 
Isaac Lotlii'op, Captain 
Seth Williams, Lieutenant 
Melvin Gilmorc, Ensign 

Howard Lothrop, Sergeant 
Oliver Pool, Sergeant 
Simeon Leach, Sergeant 
Dvvelly Williams, Sergeant 
(ieorge Alger, Corporal 
Lewis Williams, Corporal 
Charles Wilber, Corporal 
Silas H. Britt, Corporal 
John Pool, Musician 
Ethan Howard, Musician 



Thomas Howard, Musician 
Asel Pratt, Mu.sician 

Privates. 
Cobble, Alanson 
Copeland, Horatio 
Dickerman, Daniel T. 
Drake, Lincoln 
Drake, Reuben 
Drake, Zenas 
Guild, Nathaniel 
Harlow, Asa 
Harlow, Tisdale 
Hayward, Nahum 
Howard, Charles 



Howard, George 
Howard, Warren 
Keith, Lemuel 
Lothrop, Joshua 
Mitchell, Eliphalet 
Mitchell, Leonard 
Randall, Elijah 
Thayer, Simeon 
Ward, Joseph 
White, Alanson 
Wilber, Isaiah 
Wilber, Jason 
Wilber, Joseph 
Williams, Larned 



Lieut. W. Whitaker's Company, Lieut. Col. Town's Regiment. 



From Sept. 12 to C 


ct. 30, 1S14. Raise<l at Xew Salem and vicinity 


Ser\-ice at Boston. 


Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Merriam, Rubus 


William Whitaker, Lieutenant 


Bond, John 


Morning, Samuel 


Simon Tenny, Ensign 


Brooks, Amos 


Morse, Oliver 




Curtis, William 


Orcutt, John 


David Twitchell, Sergeant 


Day, John 


Phinney, Jason 


James Whitaker, Sergeant 


Fay, Nehemiah 


Putnam, Samuel 


Jesse Merriam, Sergeant 


Fisher, Everett 


Shaw, Samuel 


William H. Carey, Sergeant 


Fiske, Abijah 


Stow, Benjamin 


John Powers, Corporal 


Garrison, Joseph 


Thayer, Jesse 


John Twitchell, Corporal 


Gay, Ebenezer 


Thompson, Daniel 


Nahum Curtis, Corporal 


Goodnow, Elmer 


Thompson, Ezra 


Silas Whitaker, Corporal 


Goodnow, Isaac 


Thompson, Jesse 


Jonathan Kellogg, Musician 


Hascall, Benjamin 


Twitchell, Benjamin M. 


James Day, Musician 


Hascall, Saul 


Twitchell, George 


Joseph Shaw, Musician 


Kimball, Phineas 


Washburn, Joseph 




Leach, Stephen 


Whitney, Abner 




Macumber, Ebenezer 


Whitney, Jacob 




Merriam, Benjamin 





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Capt. D. McB. Thaxter's Company, Major Maltby's Battalion. 

From Sept. 22 to Oct. 31, 1814. Raised at Hingham. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Pripcites. 


Ray, Thomas 


Duncan McB. Thaxter, Captain 


Amedv, John 


Riplev, Peter 


Jairus Sprague, Lieutenant 


Biclinell, Lovell 


Stoddard, Joshua 


Daniel Basset, Ensign 


Burrell, Jolin 


Stoddard, Luther 




Churchill, Rufus 


Stowell, Seth 


Daniel Stoddard, Sergeant 


Gurnev, Gridley 


Thayer, Jairus 


Charles Fearing, Sergeant 


Hammond, Loring 


Waters, John 


Charles Lane, Sergeant 


Leavitt, Samuel, Jr. 


Whiton, Job S. 


Calvin Gardner, Sergeant 


Lewis, Elijah W. 




Justin Ripley, Corjioral 


McDurmit, George W. 


Waiter. 


Martin Sprague, Coporal 


Pennington, Elislia 


Ray, Caleb 


Martin Leavitt, Corporal 


Pittee, Nathaniel, Jr. 




Stephen Stoddard, Jr., Corporal 


Ray, Charles 





Capt. E. Cobb's Company, Maj. W. Ward's Battalion of Rifles. 

From Sept. 22 to Oct. :il, 1S14. Raised at Bellingliain. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Eli Thompson, Corporal 


Dewing, Elijah 


Eaton Cobb, Captain 


John McWales, Corporal 


Hill, Jonathan 


Amos Hill, Lieutenant 


Levi Allen, Corporal 


Holbrook, Aaron, 2d 


Seth Holbrook, Ensign 




Holbrook, Ellis 




Privates. 


Lee, Henry 


Hamlet Barber, Sergeant 


Adams, Joseph 


Luke, George 


Cephas Holbrook, Sergeant 


Briggs, John 


Partridge, Philip 


John Cook, 2d, Sergeant 


Chilson, Icliabod 


Thayer, Martin 


Peter Adams, Sergeant 


Chilson, John, Jr. 


Thompson, Zeba 


Laban Burr, Corporal 


Chilson, Joshua, Jr. 


Williams, Martin 



Capt. J. Hay's Company, Maj. W. Ward's Battalion of Rifles. 

From Sept. 22 to Oct. 31, lbl4. Huised at Stonchaui. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Jeddo Brown, Musician 


Geary, Saul 


Jonathan Hay, Captain 


William Holden, Musician 


Hays, Pierpont 


John H. Wright, Lieutenant 


Joseph Mathews, Musician 


Howard, Amos 


William Richardson, Ensign 


Thontas Parker, Musician 


Jones, Simon 




Nathaniel Richardson, Musician 


Knight, Henry 


William Deadman, Sergeant 




Leathe, James 


Benjamin Geazy, Jr., Sergeant 


Privates. 


Lewis, Charles 


Samuel Richardson, Sergeant 


Brown, James 


Pierce, Timothy 


William Bryant, Sergeant 


Converse, Jeremiah 


Porter, Asahel 


Abraham Marshall, Corporal 


Eaton, Joseph 


Richardson, Alpheus 


Ephraim Pearce, Corporal 


Emerson, James 


Rowe, Jonas W. 


Samuel Wiley, Corporal 


Evans, Samuel 


Slocumb, Frederic 


Jesse Converse, Corjioral 


Flint, Benjamin 


Sweezer, Samuel 



Capt. A. Pratt's Company, Maj. W. Ward's Battalion of Rifles. 

From Sept. 22 to Oct. 31, 1814. Raised at Whately. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Arnold Morton, Corporal 


Larrabee, Benjamin 


Amos Pratt, Captain 


Gad Smith, Jr., Corjjoral 


Phelps, Edward 


Asa Parker, Lieutenant 


Simeon Reed, Musician 


Scott, Aretus 


Phinna Graves, Ensign 


Sylvester Morton, Musician 


Smith, Justin 
Smith, Robert 


Martin Wood, Sergeant 


Privates. 


Stark, Justus 


Jonathan C. Loomis, Sergeant 


Belding, Chester 


Thompson, Azel W. 


Perez Graves, Sergeant 


Graves, John 


Warnei-, Ltither 


William Ciraves, Sergeant 


Graves, Justus 


Wood, Jonathan, Jr. 


John Monson, Corporal 


(ira^'es, Rolin 




Erastus B. Hillman, Corporal 


Graves, Wrotus 





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Lieut. Col. J. Valentine's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Oct. 30, 1S14. Service at Boston. 



Field and Staff. 
.Josepli Valentine, Lieutenant Colonel, 

Hopkinton 
Aaron Pearson, Major, Wilmington 
Edward Pope, Jr., Major, New Bedford 
Edward Foster, Jr., Major, Dorchester 



Elial W. Metcalf, Adjutant, Cambridge 
Moses Morton, Quartermaster, Hatfield 
Harvey Nolan, Paymaster 
Benjamin Pond, Surgeon, Hopkinton 
John W. Webster, Surgeon's Mate 
Nathaniel How, Chaplain, Hopkinton 



Noncommissioned Staff. 
George Woodward, Quartermaster 

Sergeant 
Leonard Messer, Drum Major 
John Kimball, Fife Major 
Nathaniel Mune, Musician 



Capt. C. Alden's Company, Lieut. CoL J. Valentine's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Oct. 30, 1814. Raised at Bridgewater and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Keith, Parley 


Cyrus Alden, Captain 


Alden, Ezra 


Lincoln, Pruel 


Gushing Mitchell, Lieutenant 


Alden, Jonathan, Jr. 


Mitchell, George 


Bartholomew Trow, Ensign 


Bryan, Robert 


Newhall, Samuel P. 




Gary, Francis 


Osborn, Martin 


Epliraim Carey, Sergeant 


Edson, Jonah 


Pineer, Benjamin 


Benjamin Robertson, Sergeant 


Faxton, Luther 


Pratt, William 


Levi Washburn, Sergeant 


Field, Amasa 


Reynolds, David P. 


Jonathan Chamberlain, Sergeant 


Harden, John C. 


Roberson, Marcus 


Alexander Whitman, Corporal 


Harden, Noah 


Soule, Nathan 


Welcom Otis, Corporal 


Harden, Thomas 


Washburn, Herman 


Alvin Shaw, Corporal 


Harris, Asa 


White, Thomas 


Thaxter Norton, Corporal 


Harris, William 


Whitman, Gilbert 


Thomas Dunbar, Musician 


Hill, Bela 


Whitman, Martin 


Daniel Holbrook, Musician 


Hill, Bezar 


Whitman, Thomas 


John A. Conant, Musician 


Howland, Ichabod 




Joseph Dunbar, Musician 


Keith, Heman 





Capt. W. Clapp's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Valentine's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Oct. 30, 1S14. Raised at Walpole and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Hartshorn, Richard 


Warren Clapp, Captain 


Allen, Daniel 


Hill, Josiah 


Samuel Mason, Lieutenant 


Allen, Reuben 


Lewis, Aaron 


Daniel Hartshorn, Ensign 


Allen, Samuel 


Lewis, Isaac 




Allen, Warren 


Lewis, Jason 


Harvey Boyden, Sergeant 


Boyden, Jason 


Lewis, John 


Henry Plimpton, Sergeant 


Boyden, Warren 


Mann, Samuel 


Otis Hartshorn, Sergeant 


Clapp, Bradish 


Mann, William 


Pitts Smith, Sergeant 


Clapp, Curtis 


Plimpton, Daniel 


Daniel Boyden, Musician 


Day, Jeremiah, Jr. 


Plimpton, Elias 


Horace Guild, Musician 


Day, Josiah 


Plimpton, Ziba 


Lewis Guild, Musician 


Ellis, WiUard 


Pond, John A. 


Joseph AV. Gray, Musician 


Fales, Abijah 


Robbins, Joseph 


Jason Williams, Musician 


Fales, Lewis 


Smith, Jeremiah 




Hall, Josiah 


Turner, Daniel 




Hall, Willard 





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Capt. S. Childs' Company, Lieut. Col. J. Valentine's Regiment. 
From Sept. 10 to Oct. 30, 1814. Raised at Cambridge and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Kilburn, Isaac 


Samuel Childs, Captain 


Bates, William 


Larabee, Richard 


Jonathan C. Prentiss, Lieutenant 


Bellows, Elijah 


Morse, Cyrus 


Eliab W. Metcalf, Ensign 


Brackett, John 


Munroe, Harris 




Brown, William 


Sanderson, Seth 


.John Ruggles, Sergeant 


Child, James 


Stone, Buckley 


William Hunnewell, Sergeant 


Colburn, Nathaniel 


Thompson, Moses 


Oliver L. Childs, Sergeant 


Everett, Charles 


Walton, Charles 


Rufus Roberts, Sergeant 


Fillebrown, John 


Ware, Galen 


Jacob H. Bates, Corporal 


Flagg, Timothy 


Wythe, Jones, .3d 


Asa Wvman, Corporal 


Gould, Abraham J. 




David Boutell, Corporal 


Greenwood, Henry 


Waiters. 


Nathaniel Munro, Musician 


Hadley, Sewell 


Adams, Saul 




Herrick, Isaac 


Burdish, William 




HoUis, William 


Child, John W. 



Capt. W. Curtis' Company, Lieut. Col. J. Valentine's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Oct. 30, 1814. Raised at Mendon and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Cass, John, Jr. 


Paine, Alva 


Wright Curtis, Captain 


Cook, Stephen W. 


Parkhurst, Horace 


Isaac Silsby, Lieutenant 


Daniels, Amos 


Rhodes, Washington 


Jared Benson, Ensign 


Daniels, Elbridge G. 


Richardson, Allen 




Daniels, Moses, Jr. 


Sienett, Stephen 


Eaton Tourtellot, Sergeant 


Daniels, Riley 


Thayer, Thompson 


Daniel Southwick, 3d, Sergeant 


Daniels, Smith 


Tourtellot, Stephen 


Thaddeus C'urtis, Sergeant 


Darling, Newton 
Gillson, Sutton 


Wilson, Willard 


Privates. 


Kingman, Ebenezer 


Waiters. 


Aldrick, Willis 


Mann, Richard 


Brown, Samuel 


Boyden, David 


Merriam, George 


Cook, Noah 


Capron, Collins 


Merriam, John 





Capt. L. Cushing's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Valentine's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Oct. 30, 1814. Raised at Rehoboth and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Darius Carpenter, Musician 


Drown, Royal P. 


Loring Gushing, Captain 


Abel Carpenter, Musician 


Ide, Ephraim 


Wooster Carpenter, Lieutenant 




Pearce, Robert 


Ephraim W. Walker, Ensign 


Privates. 


Smith, Samuel 




Allen, Isaiah 


Walker, George 


Ezra French, Sergeant 


Barney, John 


Wheaton, John 


Newman Ide, Sergeant 


Campbell, Joshua T. 




Cliristopher Blanding, Sergeant 


Chaffee, Noah 





Capt. S. W. Duncan's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Valentine's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Oct. 30, 1S14. Raised at Haverhill and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


John Trumbull, 


Sergeant 


Briggs, Henry 


Samuel W. Duncan, Captain 


Leonard Messci 


, Musician 


Curwen, Samuel 


Nathan Burrill, Lieutenant 


Frederick Sayei 


, Musician 


Davis, John 


Thomas Newcomb, Ensign 


William Brown, 


Musician 


Emerson, Henrj' 
Emerson, Nathan 


Joseph Coffin, Sergeant 




Privates. 


FoUansbee, John 


Samuel M. Johnson, Sergeant 


Ames, Isaac 




Frink, Andrew 


John Atwood, Sergeant 


Bartlett, Bailey 


Jr. 


Greenough, Thomas M. 



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Capt. S. W. Duncan's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Valentine's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates - 
Hale, Christopher 
Hale, Saul 
Hall, Charles B. 
Hall, Ezekiel, Jr. 
Hovey, Rufus P. 



 Concluded. 



Howe, Calvin W. 
Lake, Epliraim E. 
Loring, William P. 
Nesmith, John 
Noyes, Saul 
Porter, Eleazer A. 



Smith, Peter 
Stickiiey, Jeremiah 
Sweet, William 
Townsend, William 
West, Thomas, Jr. 
White, William 



Capt. D. Everett's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Valentine's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Oct. 30, 1814. Raised at Foxborough and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Guild, Freedom 


Daniel Everett, Captain 


Belcher, Comfort 


Hall, David 


Asa Plimpton, Lieutenant 


Billings, Dudley 


Hartshorn, Fisher 




Boyden, Alexander 


Hartshorn, George 


Amos Morse, Sergeant 


Braytou, B. 


Kevins, Nathan 


James Wilber, Sergeant 


Carpenter, Daniel 


Hodges, Otis 


Calvin Grover, Sergeant 


Childs, Willard 


Plimpton, Elijah 


Henry Hobert, Sergeant 


Comee, Aaron 


Rhodes, Stephen 


Oliver Pettee, Musician 


Comee, Lyman 


Shaw, Levin 


Simon Pettee, Musician 


Durphy, Peleg 


Titus, Samuel 


Edwin Stearns, Musician 


Everett, George 


Torry, Martin 




Fields, Libbeus 


Wilbur, Abiathar 



Capt. N. Flint's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Valentine's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Oct. 30, 1814. Raised at Concord and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Jarvis, Francis, Jr. 


Nehemiah Flint, Captain 


Allen, John P. 


Lee, Cyrus 


John Brown, Lieutenant 


Banett, Daniel 


Minott, William 


Artemus Wheeler, Ensign 


Blanchard, John R. 


Ray, Heman 




Cogswell, Henry T. 


Wheeler, Noah, Jr. 


Cyrus Hubbard, Sergeant 


Connant, Ebenezer 


Wheeler, Pliineas 


Edward Flint, Sergeant 


Connant, Silas 


Wheeler, Thomas, 2d 


Nehemiah Flint, Jr., Sergeant 


Farrar, Amos D. 


Wheeler, Timothy 


Artemus Brown, Sergeant 


Flint, Daniel 


Wood, Ebenezer 


Nathan Munroe, Corporal 


Flint, Silas 


Wood, Nathan 


Joseph Dailey, Corporal 


Harrington, Jonas 


Wyman, Samuel 


Isaac Brooks, Corporal 


Hayward, Joseph 




Perez Blood, Corporal 


Hosmer, Cyrus, Jr. 




Cvrus Farwell, Musician 


Hosmer, Pearley 




John Hayward, Jr., Musician 


Hubbard, Jonathan 





Capt. A. Guild's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Valentine's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Oct. 30, 1814. Raised at Dedham and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Crehone, Elisha, Jr. 


Noyes, Nathaniel 


Abner Guild, Captain 


Everett, Joel 


Noyes, Samuel 


Joshua Fales, Lieutenant 


Everett, Leonard 


Richards, Mason 


Pliney Bingham, Ensign 


Everett, Nathan 


Richards, William 




Fales, Nehemiah 


Sherman, Samuel 


Jesse Farrington, Sergeant 


Fales, Stephen 


Smith, Oliver 


Samuel Lewis, Sergeant 


Fuller, Calvin 


Tilden, Jonathan 


Noah Hersey, Sergeant 


Gouch, Russell 


Whiting, Isaac 


Jabez Weatherbee, Sergeant 


Gragg, Moses 


Whiting, John 


Joel Richards, Musician 


Hansel, Robert 


Wright, Jason 


James Fales, Musician 


Leland, Ebenezer 
Mann, Joseph 




Privates. 


Marston, John C. 




Bullard, Chester 


Mason, Cvrus 




Cobbert, Joseph 


Mcintosh, Elisha 





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Capt. S. Jones' Company, Lieut. Col. J. Valentine's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Oct. 30, 1814. Raised at Acton and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 
Sila.s Jones, Captain 
■James Jones, Lieutenant 
Aaron Haywood, En.sign 

Jonatlian Hosmer, Sergeant. 
Jolin Fletclier, Sergeant 
Samuel Conant, Sergeant 
Jolin Hendly, Sergeant 
Luther Haywood, Corporal 
James Fletcher, Corporal 
Jonathan B. Davis, Corporal 
James Hayward, Corporal 
Silas Piper, Musician 
Paul Conant, Musician 
Abner Wheeler, Musician 



Privates. 
Adams, Josiah H. 
Barber, James or Joseph, 
Billings, Ephraim, Jr. 
Bright, Josiah, Jr. 
Cliaffen, John 
Chamberlin, Ezekiel 
Chamberlin, .Joseph B. 
Conant, James 
Conant, Joel 
Conant, John 
Davis, Ebenezer 
Davis, Luther 
Fletcher, John S. 
Forbush, Abel 
Hapgood, Nathaniel 



Harris, John, Jr. 
Hayward, Moses 
Hosmer, Silas 
Iveyes, James 
Reed, William 
Richardson, Allen 
Robbins, George 
Robbins, George W. 
Robbins, Joseph 
Weatherbee, Oliver 
Wheeler, Jonathan 
Whitney, Samuel 



Capt. H. Poor's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Valentine's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Oct. 30, 1814. Raised at Andover. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Uriah French, Musician 


Movars, Jacob 


Henry Poor, Captain 


Daniel Poor, Musician 


Needham, Samuel 


Benjamin Abbott, Lieutenant 




O'Neal, Joseph 


Joseph Bradley, Ensign 


Privates. 


Pilsbury, Enoch 




Abbott, Nathan, Jr. 


Richards, Thomas 


Timothy Poor, Sergeant 


Austin, Aaron 


Simonds, Solomon 


Thomas E. Foster, Sergeant 


Barker, Jacob W. 


Spofford, Henry 


Samuel Frye, Sergeant 


Boynton, Amos 


Spofford, Thomas 


John Chickering, Sergeant 


Carlton, Benjamin 


Stevens, Enoch 


Jacob Abbott, Corporal 


Chickering, Daniel 


Stickney, John 


Amos Flint, Corporal 


Chickering, Isaac 


Summers, Samuel 


Benjamin Boynton, Corporal 


Frye, Samuel, 3d 


Towns, Daniel 


Jeduthan Abbott, Corporal 


Johnson, Timothy 




Timothy Barley, Musician 


Lovejoy, Orlando 


Waiter. 


Timothy Foster, Musician 


Mason, Daniel 


Chickering, Samuel 



Capt. T. Tirrell's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Valentine's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Oct. 30, 1S14. Raised at Quincy and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Nightingale, Solomon 


Thomas Tirrell, Captain 


Adams, Josiah 


Osborn, John 


Elihu Thayer, Lieutenant 


Arnold, Joseph 


Pratt, James 


John Whitney, Ensign 


Belcher, William 


Pray, James 




Burrcll, Joseph 


Pray, Peter 


Elisha Marsh, Sergeant 


Burrell, Seth, 2d 


Putnam, Henry 


Josiah Glover, Sergeant 


Chandler, Charles 


Spear, jianiel B. 


James Green, Sergeant 


Chandler, Ebenezer 


Tirrill, George 


Benjamin Page, Sergeant 


Cleverly, Lewis 


Vezie, Stephen 


Josiah Brigham, Corporal 


Cook, Jonathan 


Wales, Joseph 


William James, Corporal 


Damon, Ezra 


White, Thomas 


John Savil, Corporal 


Dexter, Nathaniel 




George Nightingale, Corporal 


Gay, Benjamin 




Eliphalet Chandler, Musician 


Glover, Elisha 




William Wheeler, Musician 


Hayden, Samuel 




John Talbott, Musician 


Hayden, Solomon 




William A. Field, Musician 


Newcomb, John 





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Capt. S. Townsend's Company, Lieut. CoL J. Valentine's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Oct. 30, 1S14. Raised at Waltham and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Bryant, Lyman 


Lawi'ence, Jonas 


Samuel Townsend, Captain 


Bryant, Saul 


Piper, Alexander H. 


Raul Gieen, Lieutenant 


Cutler, Richard 


Sanderson, John 


Abraham Willing, Ensign 


Emerson, Daniel 


Stearns, Nathaniel 




Farwell, Isaac 


Symonds, John 


Isaac Stearns, Sergeant 


Fisk, Henry 


Tidd, Ebenezer G. 


.Jacob Farwell, Sergeant 


Goss, William 


Treat, William 


.John lumball. Sergeant 


Harrington, Amasa 


Warren, Josiah 


Ephraim Allen, Sergeant 


Harrington, Asa 
Hastings, James 


Wellington, Darius 


Privates. 


Hoar, Joseph 




Bryant, Jacob 


Lawrence, Elijah 




Bryant, John 


Lawrence, Jacob 





Capt. S. Wheeler's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Valentine's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Oct. 30, 1814. Raised at Cambridge and vicinity. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Butterfield, Benjamin 


Perry, James 


Stephen Wheeler, Captain 


Butterfield, John 


Prentis, Amos 


Stephen Laske, Lieutenant 


Cook, Simeon 


Russell, Philemon R. 


John Perry, Ensign 


Cutler, Artemus 


Russell, William 




Cutter, Levi 


Swan, Henry 


Joshua S. Bobbins, Sergeant 


Cutting, William 


Swan, Stephen 


Thomas Hutchinson, Sergeant 


Davidson, Thomas 


Teele, Ammi 


Stephen P. Dav, Sergeant 


Estabrooks, Endor 


Teele, Benjamin 


Thomas Hathaway, Sergeant 


Fillebrown, Leonard 


Teele, Samuel P. 


James Cutter, Musician 


Frost, Asa 


Weston, Ephraim 


Joseph Dickson, Musician 


Frost, Isaac 


Whittemore, Gershom 


William Wilson, Musician 


Frost, Joel 


Whittemore, Joseph 


Thomas H. Teele, Musician 


Hall, Ebenezer, Jr. 




Samuel Ames, Musician 


Hill, Samuel 


Waiters. 




Hovev, Ebenezer 


Blaney, Joseph 


Privates. 


Locke, Abel 


Hall, William 


Adams, Jonas 


Locke, Davis 




Adams, Samuel 


Locke, Peter 





Capt. J. Cleverly's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Webb's Regiment. 

From June 15 tu July 16, 1S14. Raised at Wej-mouth. 



Rank and Name. 


Primtes. 


Gushing, John 


Jonathan Cleverlv, Captain 


Ayer, Samuel 


Gushing, John, 2d 


Samuel Loud, Lieutenant 


Basley, John 


French, David 


Noah Torry, Ensign 


Bates, Ezekiel 


Gardner, Perez 




Bates, Mordicai 


Garney, Gridley 


William Wittington, Sergeant 


Beale, Charles 


Gross, Jacob 


Rufus Curtis, Sergeant 


Beale, George 


Havward, Samuel 


James Wilder, Sergeant 


Blanchard, Ezra 


Hobart, Hawks, 2d 


Thomas Stoddard , Sergeant 


Boggs, David 


Holbrook, D. 


Isaiah Corthill, Corporal 


Briggs, Joseph 


HoUis, Hosea 


Charles Leach, Corporal 


Burr, John 


Jacobs, Peter 


Theophilus Whiton, Corporal 


Cain, Daniel 


Jones, Moses 


John Holbrook, Corporal 


Chubbuck, Eleazer 


Joy, David 


Charles Pratt, Musician 


Churchill, Rufus 


Leavitt, Aaron 


Benjamin Torry, Musician 


Gushing, Adam 


Leavitt, Isaac 



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Capt. J. Cleverly's Company, Lieut. CoL S. Webb's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Piatt, William 


Stoddard, Luther 


Leavitt, John C. 


Pitte, Joseph 


Stoddard, Matthew 


Lewis, Elijah N. 


Pratt, Caleb 


Stodder, Caleb 


Lincoln, Zenas 


Pray, George 


Sturtevant, Joshua 


Marble, Abner P. 


Ray, Caleb 


Stutson, Oliver 


Nash, Levi 


Ricliards, James 


Thayer, David 


Neale, John 


Shaw, John 


Thompson, John 


Nichols, David F. 


Sprague, Amos 


Tyrrel, Benjamin 


Piatt, Laban 


Stoddard, Ichabod 


Wallis, Ezekiel 


Piatt, Matthew 


Stoddard, Isaiah 


Whiton, Isaiah 



Capt. J. Cleverly's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Webb's Regiment. 

From July 10 to Aug. 16, 1814. Raised at Weymouth. 



Rank and Name. 


Bicknell, Thomas 


Lovell, David 


Jonathan Cleverly, Captain 


Bigelow, David 


Nash, Amasa 


Ebenezer Humphrey, Lieutenant 


Binney, Elkanah 


Nash, Asa 


Lemuel Humphrey, Ensign 


Blanchard, William 


Nash, John P. 




Bucknell, Stephen 


Nash, Martin 


Hanks Whiton, Sergeant 


Burrell, Asa 


Nash, Timothy 


Charles Leach, Sergeant 


Gushing, John 


Nash, Zichri 


Cotton Lovell, Sergeant 


Gushing, Thomas, 2d 


Pratt, Abner 


John Thompson, Sergeant 


Gushing, Thomas, 3d 


Pratt, Asa 


John Nash, Musician 


Dyer, David 


Pratt, Enoch 


David Gushing, Musician 


Dyer, Stephen 


Pratt, Gideon 


Caleb Bates, Musician 


Ford, David 


Pratt, Laban 


Peter Howard, Musician 


French, David 


Pratt, Lewis 


Ziba Gushing, Musician 


French, Isaac 


Pratt, William 




French, Stephen, Jr. 


Reed, Thomas 


Privates. 


Hingman, Samuel 


Reed, William 


Bates, Benjamin 


Holbrook, Dan 


Stoddard, Ananias 


Bates, Benjamin, 2d 


Holbrook, Elisha 


Thomas, James 


Bates, Cotton 


Holbrook, Joshua 


Tirrell, Noah 


Bates, Elnathan 


Humphrey, William 


Torrey, James 


Bates, James 


Hunt, Asa 


Torrey, John 


Bates, Jesse, Jr. 


Hunt, Samuel 


Torrey, Silas 


Bates, John 


Loud, Elienezer 


Vinal, John S. 


Bates, William 


Loud, Joseph 


Williams, Isaac 



Capt. G. Shaw's Company, Maj. Levi Pierce's Battalion. 

From June 24 to July 8, 1814. Raised at Middleborough. Service at New Bedford. 



Rank and Name. 


Barrows, Stillman 


Pierce, Eliphalet 


Gains Shaw, Captain 


Briggs, Judson 


Pierce, Enos 


Aulden Miller, Lieutenant 


Briggs, Melbone 


Pratt, Elihu 


Abiather Briggs, Ensign 


Cole, Samuel, 2d 


Rickens, Henry 




Coombs, Elnathan 


Rickens, James 


Warren Clark, Sergeant 


Cushman, Isaac, 3d 


Rider, Robert, Jr. 


Jonathan Cobb, Sergeant 


Gifford, David 


Shaw, Silas 


Abiel P. Booth, Sergeant 


Hall, Samuel 


Shurtliff, Abiel 


Jepthah LeBarron, Sergeant 


Harlow, Brancli 


Smith, Ansel 


Earl Alden, Corporal 


Hathaway, Nobles E. 


Strobridge, Henry 


Caleb Maxum, Corporal 


Hathaway, Salathiel 


Thomas, Winslow 


James Sturdevant, Corporal 


Keith, Aberdeen 


Westgate, Jonathan 


Zenos Raymond, Corporal 


LeBarron, Joshua 


Westgate, Joseph 


Martin Keith, Jr., Musician 


LeBarron, Ziba 


Wood, Samuel 


Foster A. Keith, Musician 


Lewis, Elisha 
Lovell, Samuel 




Privates. 


Nelson, William 




Allen, Glother 


Parris, Enos 




Alwood, William 


Pierce, Eli 





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Capt. J. Cushman's Company, Maj. Levi Pierce's Battalion. 

From June 24 to July 10, ISH. Raised at Middleton. Service at New Bedford. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Pierce, George 


James C'ushmau, Captain 


Bobbins, Samuel 


Pratt, Zerobabel 


Pelham Atwood, Lieutenant 


Bosworth, Lewis 


Richard, Thomas 


Ebenezer \'auglian, Ensign 


Briggs or Bennett, Isaac 


Robinson, Josiah 




Bryant, Isaac, 2d 


Sampson, Thomas 


Zenas Cusliman, 2d, Sergeant 


Brvant, Levi 


Shaw, Joshua, Jr. 


Nathan Bodrev, Sergeant 


Cohliiugton, Jacob 


Shaw, Marshall 


Ezra Thomas, Sergeant 


Cushman, George 


Shaw, Samuel 


Joseph Barker, Jr., Sergeant 


Darling, Darius 


Standish, Joseph 


Levi Tinkham, Corporal 


Eddy, Ezra 


Swift, Joseph 


John Soule, Jr., Corporal 


Ellis, Cyrus 


Thomas, James, Jr. 


Cyrus Tinkham, Corporal 


Everson, Timothy 


Thomas, Jeremiah, Jr. 


John T. Fuller, Corporal 


Fanic, Joseph 


Tinkham, Caleb 


Samuel Bent, Musician 


Fuller, Consider 


Tinkham, Enoch 


George Thompson, Musician 


Hinds, Edward 


Thrasher, Cyrus 




Hinds, Leonard 


Washburn, Luther 




King, Obed 


Wood, Ransom T. 



Capt. J. Bowker's Company, Lieut. Col. C. Turner's Regiment. 

At dilTerent periods, 6 and 13 days, between June 20 and Nov. 6, 1814. Service at Scituate. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Jacobs, James H. 


Joshua Bowker, Captain 


Bowker, Benj^amin 


Magown, Elias 


Edward Curtis, Lieutenant 


Brooks, Nathaniel 


Simmons, Charles W. 


Enoch Collomore, Ensign 


Clapp, Nathaniel 


. Studley, Gideon, Jr. 




Corthell, Theophilus 


Tolman, Isaac 


Levi Cm-tis, Sergeant 


Ciu-tis, Nathaniel 


Turner, Elijah B. 


Gideon Perry, Musician 


Curtis, Seth 


Whiting, Justus 




Damon, Elijah 


Wing, Baker 




Goddard, Cyrus 





Capt. D. Elmes' Company, Lieut. Col. C. Turner's Regiment. 
At different periods, 6 and 13 days, between June 2 and Nov. 6, 1814. Service at Scituate. 



Rank and Name. 


Clark, Benjamin H. 


Mann, Thomas 


Daniel Elmes, Captain 


Cole, Braddock 


Otis, Howland 


William ^'inall, Ensign 


Cudworth, Israel 


Tolman, Benjamin 




Curtis, John 


Wade, Nathaniel 


Amos Dunbar, Sergeant 


Curtis, Shadrach B. 


Webb, Stephen 




Elmes, John 


White, C'^TUS 


Privates. 


Elmes, William 


Whiting, Ozias 


Alden, Isaiah 


Hammond, Frederick 


Young, Ephraim 


Bailey, Charles 


Jacobs, Edward 




Bailey, Gad 


Jenkins, Perez T. 





Capt. W. Peaks' Company, Lieut. Col. C. Turner's Regiment. 

At different periods, 6 and 13 days, between June 20 and Nov. 6, 1814. Service at Scituate. 



R.^^NK AND Name. 


Damon, Gale 


Merritt, Dexter 


William Peaks, Captain 


Grass, John 


Merritt, James L. 


Elisha Barrell, Lieutenant 


Joyce, David T. 


Pratt, Benjamin C. 


William Vinall, Ensign 


Litchfield, Barnard 


Pratt, Thomas 




Litchfield, Perez 


Sheverick, Turner 


Reuben Curtis, Jr., Corporal 


Litchfield, Isaac 


Sylvester, Joseph 


Eleazcr Joslin, Musician 


Litchfield, James 
Litchfield, Marshall 


Vinall, Levi 


Privates. 


Litchfield, Milton 




Cole, Augustus 


Litchfield, Stephen 




Curtis, Robert 


Magoun, Elisha 





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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. L. Tilden's Company, Lieut. CoL C. Turner's Regiment. 

At different periods, 6 and 13 days, between June 20 and Nov. 6, ISl-i. Service at Scituate. 



Rank and Name. 


Damon, James 


Merrett, Benjamin 


Luther Tilden, Captain 


Damon, Priam 


Merrett, Consider 




Ellms, Nathaniel 


Morthy, Joseph 


Joshua James, Sergeant 


Farrow, Nathaniel 


Pincin (?), Elias 


Calvin Wilder, Corporal 


Grass or Gross, Lewis 


Pincin (?), Perez 


Levi Penny, Musician 


Harris, Abraham 


Sampson, John 




Hatch, Samuel 


Turner, Abel 


Privates. 


Jacobs, Benjamin R. 


Turner, Benjamin 


Briggs, Bartlett 


James, John, Jr. 


Turner, Samuel 


Briggs, Henry 


Jenkias, Bailey 




Curtis, Lemuel 


Judkins, Calvin 





Capt. S. Tolman's Company, Lieut. CoL C. Turner's Regiment. 

At different periods between June 20 and Nov. 6, 1814. Raised at Scituate. Service at Scituate. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Munroe, Benjamin S. 


Samuel Tolman, Captain 


Brooks, Joseph, Jr. 


Randall, Samuel 


Thomas Waterman, Lieutenant 


Clapp, John 


Stetson, Joshua 




Copeland, William 


Stetson, Melzar 


Michael Ford, Sergeant 


Curtis, Job 


Tolman, Joseph C. 


Luther Turner, Musician 


Curtis, Luther 


Torrey, David 




Lapham, William 


Torrey, George 




Leavitt, Cuslunan 


Town, Solomon D. 



Lieut. Col. Jonathan Snow's Regiment. 

From Sept. 15 to Sept. 16 and Oct. 3 to Oct. 4, 1814. Service at Orleans and Barnstable. 



Field and Staff. 
Jonathan Snow, Lieutenant 

Brewster 
Elijah Cobb, Major, Brewster 



Colonel 



Joseph Sampson, Major, Brewster 
Simeon Kingman, Adjutant, Orleans 
Nathan Winslow, Quartermaster, Brews- 
ter 



Noncommissioned Staff. 
Samuel Snow, Sergeant Major. 



Capt. M. Higgins' Company, Lieut. Col. J. Snow's Regiment. 

From Dec. 19 to Dee. 20, 1S14. In battle at Orleans. 



Rank and Name. 


Cole, John 


HiggiiLS, James, Jr. 


Moses Higgins, Captain 


Crosby, Abel 


Higgins, Knowles 


Isaac Sparrow, Lieutenant 


Crosby, Joseph 


Higgins, Richard 


Benjamin Linnell, Ensign 


Crosby, Nathaniel 


Higgins, Simon 




Crosby, Obed 


Hopkins, Asa 


Thomas Higgins, Clerk 


Doane, Beriah 


Hopkins, Curtis 


Jonathan Freeman, Sergeant 


Doane, Joshua 


Kenrick, John 


James Rogers, Sergeant 


Doane, Lewis 


Linnell, Benjamin 


Ebenezer Rogers, Sergeant 


Doane, Timothy, Jr. 


Linnell, Jonathan 


Benoni Baker, Sergeant 


Freeman, Benjamin 


Linnell, Josiah 


Isaac Linnell, Corporal 


Freeman, Edmund 


Linnell, Russell 


Joshua Freeman, Corporal 


Gould, James 


Linnell, Solomon 


Sylvanus Higgins, Musician 


Gould, Thomas 


Mayo, Abncr 


Zoath Taylor, Musician 


Gould, Thomas, Jr. 


Maj'o, Asaph 




Hayden, Freeman 


Mayo, Robert 


Privates. 


Higgins, Aliiather 


Mayo, Theophilus 


Adams, Isaac A. 


Higgins, Asa 


Rogers, Israel 


Arey, Joseph 


Higgins, Charles 


Rogers, Jonathan 


Cole, Elisha 


Higgins, Eliakim 


Rogers, Timothy 


Cole, Ephraim 


Higgins, Hezekiah 


Snow, Dean S. 


Cole, Joel 


Higgins, Jabez 


Snow, Edmund, Jr. 



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Capt. M. Higgins' Company, Lieut. Col. J. Snow's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 
Snow, Elnathan 
Snow, Jesse 
Snow, .Jonathan 
Snow, Luther 
Sparrow, Godfrey 



Sparrow, Harvey 
Sparrow, Joel 
Sparrow, Joshua R. 
Sparrow, Josiah 
Sparrow, Samuel 
Sparrow, Seth 



Taylor, Amasa 
Taylor, David 
Taylor, John 
Taylor, Richard 
Young, Nathaniel 



Capt. M. Higglns' Company, Lieut. Col. J. Snow's Regiment. 
From June 10, 1814. Service at Orleans. 



Rank and Name. 


Crosby, Joseph 


Kenrick, John 


Moses Higgins, Captain 


Crosby, Joshua 


Linnell, Josiah, Jr. 


Isaac Sparrow, Lieutenant 


Crosby, Nathaniel 


Mayo, Abner 


Benjamin Linnell, Ensign 


Doane, Beriah 


Mayo, Robert 




Doane, Joshua 


Mayo, Theophilus 


Thomas Higgins, Clerli 


Doane, Lewis 


Rogers, Israel 


Jonathan Freeman, Sergeant 


Doane, Timothy, Jr. 


Rogers, Thomas, Jr. 


James Rogers, Sergeant 


Freeman, Benjamin 


Seabury, George 


Ebenezer Rogers, Sergeant 


Freeman, Edmund 


Seabury, George, Jr. 


Benoni Baker, Sergeant 


Freeman, Joseph 


Snow, Edmund, Jr. 


Joshua Freeman, Corporal 


Hayden, Freeman 


Snow, Jonathan 


Isaac Linnell, Corporal 


Higgins, Aaron 


Snow, Thatcher 


Sylvanus Higgins, Musician 


Higgins, Asa 


Sparrow, Harvey 




Higgins, Benjamin 


Sparrow, Joel 


Privates. 


Higgins, Carnej' 


Sparrow, Joshua R. 


Arey, Joseph 


Higgins, Elisha 


Sparrow, Samuel 


Baker, Abijah 


Higgins, Hezekiah 


Taylor, John 


Cole, Elisha 


Higgins, James 


Twining, Barnabus, Jr. 


Cole, Ephraim 


Higgins, Knowles 


Twining, Prince, Jr. 


Cole, Joel 


Higgiii-s, Richard 


Young, Nathaniel 


Cole, John 


Higgins, Simon, Jr. 




Crosby, Abial 


Hopldns, Curtis 





Capt. M. Higgins' Company, Lieut. CoL J. Snow's Regiment. 

From July 4 to July 5, 1814. Service at Orleans. 



Rank and Name. 


Cole, Joel 


Linnell, Benjamin 


Moses Higgins, Captain 


Crosby, Abial 


Linnell, Josiah, Jr. 


Isaac Sparrow, Lieutenant 


Crosby, Joseph 


Linnell, Russell 


Benjamin Linnell, Ensign 


Crosby, Joshua 


Mayo, Abner 




Crosby, Obed 


Mayo, Robert 


Thomas Higgins, Clerk 


Doane, Beriah 


Mayo, Theophilus 


Jonathan Freeman, Sergeant 


Doane, Joshua 


Rogers, Israel 


James Rogers, Sergeant 


Doane, Timothy 


Rogers, Thomas, Jr. 


Ebenezer Rogers, Sergeant 


Freeman, Benjamin 


Seabui'y, Dodge 


Benoni Baker, Sergeant 


Freeman, Edmund 


Snow, Edmund, Jr. 


Isaac Linnell, Corporal 


Hayden, Freeman 


Snow, Jonathan 


Joshua Freeman, Corporal 


Higgins, Benjamin 


Snow, Thatcher 


Sylvanus Higgins, Musician 


Higgins, Carney 


Sparrow, Harvej^ 




Higgins, James, Jr. 


Sparrow, John 


Privates. 


Higgins, Knowles 


Sparrow, Joshua R. 


Arey, Joseph 


Higgins, Ricliard 


Taylor, John 


Baker, Abijah 


Higgins, Simon, Jr. 


Twining, Barnabus, Jr. 


Cole, Elisha 


Hopkins, Curtis 


Twining, Prince, Jr. 


Cole, Ephraim 


Kenrick, John 


Young, Nathaniel 



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Capt. H. Knowles' Company, Lieut. Col. J. Snow's Regiment. 

From July 4 to July 5, 1S14. Service at Orleans. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Rogers, Asa 


Henry Knowles, Captain 


Eldridge, Obediah 


Rogers, Foster 


Joseph Atkins, Lieutenant 


Eldridge, Thomas 


Rogers, Samuel 




Freeman, Hezekiah 


Rogers, Seth 


Joshua Rogers, Sergeant 


Freeman, Josiah 


Rogers, Shubel 


Judah Higgins, Sergeant 


Higgins, James 


Rogers, Tully 


John Young, Sergeant 


Hopkins, Joshua 


Rogers, Uriah 


John Jarvis, Sergeant 


Hurd, Alvin 


Rogers, Zenas 


Benjamin Hurd, Corporal 


Hm-d, Luther 


Smith, Elisha 


Seth Freeman, Corporal 


Kenrick, Henry 


Smith, Joseph 


Samuel Doane, Corporal 


Knowles, Seth 


Smith, William 


Taylor Smith, Corporal 


Linnell, Israel 


Snow, Abiather 


Mathew Kingman, Musician 


Mayo, Jonathan 


Snow, Gideon S. 


Edmund Crosby, Musician 


Mayo, Thomas 


Swain, Walter P. 




Mayo, Uriah, Jr. 


Walker, Nathan 




Myi-ick, Samuel 


Young, Jonathan 




Nickerson, Nathaniel 


Young, Jonathan F. 



Capt. H. Knowles' Company, Lieut. Col. J. Snow's Regiment. 

From July 10, 1814. Service at Orleans. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Rogers, Hezekiah, Jr. 


Henry Knowles, Captain 


Eldridge, Obediah 


Rogers, Seth 


Joseph Atkins, Lieutenant 


Freeman, Josiah 


Rogers, Tully 




Higgins, James 


Rogers, Zenas 


Joshua Rogers, Sergeant 


Hurd, Alvin 


Small, Isaac 


Judah Higgins, Sergeant 


Hurd, Luther 


Small, Zachariah 


John Young, Sergeant 


Hurd, Zenas 


Smith, Elisha 


John Jarvis, Sergeant 


Kenny, John 


Smith, Josiah 


Benjamin Hurd, Corporal 


Kenrick, Henry 


Smith, William 


Seth Freeman, Corporal 


Knowles, Seth 


Snow, Abiather 


Edmund Crosby, Musician 


Linnell, Israel 


Snow, Gideon S. 


Mathew Kingman, Musician 


Linnell, Samuel 


Snow, Prince 




Myrick, Samuel 


Walker, Nathan 




Nickerson, Nathaniel 


Young, Jonathan 




Rogers, Foster 


Young, Jonathan F. 



Capt. M. Higgins' Company, Lieut. Col. J. Snow's Regiment. 

From Sept. 1.3, 1S14. Service at Orleans. 



Rank and Name. 


Doane, Beriah 


Mayo, Robert 


Moses Higgins, Captain 


Doane, Joshua 


Mayo, Theophilus 


Isaac Sparrow, Lieutenant 


Doane, Lewis 


Rogers, Israel 


Benjamin Liimell, Ensign 


Doane, Zenas 


Rogers, Thomas, Jr. 




Freeman, Abncr 


Rogers, Timothy 


Thomas Higgins, Clerk 


Freeman, Benjamin 


Snow, Edmund 


Jonathan Freeman, Sergeant 


Freeman, Edmund 


Snow, Elnathan 


James Rogers, Sergeant 


Freeman, Joseph 


Snow, Jonathan 


Ebenezer Rogers, Sergeant 


Hayden, Freeman 


Snow, Thatcher 


Benoni Baker, Sergeant 


Higgins, Aaron 


Sparrow, Harvey 


Joshua Freeman, Corporal 


Higgins, Asa 


Sparrow, Joshua R. 


Isaac Linnell, Corporal 


Higgins, Benjamin 


Sparrow, Josiah 


Zoath Taylor, Musician 


Higgins, Charles 


Sparrow, Samuel 


Sylvanus Higgins, Musician 


Higgins, Eliakim 


Sparrow, Seth 




Higgins, James 


Taylor, David 


Privates. 


Higgins, Richard 


Taylor, John 


Arey, Joseph 


Higgins, Simon, Jr. 


Taylor, Richard 


Cole, Elisha 


Hopkins, Curtis 


Twining, Barnabas 


Cole, Ephraim 


Kenrick, John 


Twining, Prince 


Cole, Joel 


Linnell, Josiah 


Zenas, John 


Cole, John 


Linnell, Solomon 




Crosby, Joshua 


Mayo, Abner 





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Capt. H. Knowles' Company, Lieut. Col. J. Snow's Regiment. 

From Sept. 14 to Sept. 15, 1814. Service at Orleans. 



Rank and Name. 


Higgins, James 


Rogers, iShubal 


Henry Knowles, Captain 


Hopkins, Joshua, Jr. 


Rogers, Tully 


Joseph Atkins, Lieutenant 


Hurd, Alvin 


Rogers, Uriah 




Hurd, Luther 


Rogers, Zenas 


John Jarvis, Sergeant 


Hurd, Zenas 


Small, Zachariah 


Juilah Higgins, Sergeant 


Kenny, Jolm 


Smith, Elisha 


Joshua Rogers, Jr., Sergeant 


Knowles, Seth 


Smith, Isaac 


Walter P. Swain, Sergeant 


Linnell, Elisha 


Smith, Joseph 


Benjamin Hurd, Corporal 


Linnell, Israel 


Smith, Josiah 


Seth Freeman, Corporal 


Linnell, Samuel 


Smith, Taylor 


Edmund Crosby, Musician 


Mayo, Simon 


Smith, William 




Nickerson, Absalom 


Snow, Gideon S. 


Privates. 


Nickerson, Nathaniel 


Snow, Herman, 3d 


Cole, Asa 


Pepper, Simon 


Taylor, Isaac 


Eldridge, Obediah 


Rogers, Asa 


Walker, Nathan 


Eldridge, Thomas 


Rogers, Foster 


Young, Jonathan 


Freeman, Hezekiah 


Rogers, Hezekiah, Jr. 


Young, Jonathan F. 


Freeman, Nathaniel 


Rogers, Samuel 





Capt. M. Higgins' Company, Lieut. Col. J. Snow's Regiment. 
From Oct. 2, 1814. Service at Orleans. 



Rank and Name. 
Moses Higgins, Captain 
Isaac Sparrow, Lieutenant 
Benjamin Linnell, Ensign 

Thomas Higgins, Clerk 
Jonathan Freeman, Sergeant 
James Rogers, Sergeant 
Ebenczer Rogers, Sergeant 
Zoath Taylor, Sergeant 
Isaac Linnell, Corporal 
Joshua Freeman, Corporal 
Sylyanus Higgins, Musician 
Amasa Taylor, Musician 



Arey, Joseph 
Baker, Abijah 
Cole, Elisha 
Cole, Ephraim 
Cole, Joel 
Cole, John 
Crosby, Joshua 



Privates. 



Doane, Beriah 
Doane, Joshua 
Doane, Lewis 
Doane, Timothy, Jr. 
Freeman, Benjamin 
Freeman, Edmund 
Freeman, Joseph 
Gould, James 
Gould, Thomas 
Hay den. Freeman 
Higgins, Aaron 
Higgins, Abisha 
Higgins, Asa 
Higgins, Carney 
Higgins, Elisha 
Higgins, James, Jr. 
Higgins, Richard 
Higgins, Richard, Jr. 
Higgins, Simon, Jr. 
Hopkins, Curtis 
Kenny, Jesse 
Keiirick, John 
Linnell, Joseph, Jr. 



Linnell, Russell 
Mayo, Abner 
Mayo, Asaph 
Mayo, Robert 
Mayo, Theophilus, Jr. 
Rogers, Israel 
Rogers, Thomas, Jr. 
Rogers, Timothy 
Snow, Edmund, Jr. 
Snow, Elnathan 
Snow, Fletcher 
Snow, Jesse 
Snow, Jonathan 
Sparrow, Haryey 
Sparrow, Joel 
Sparrow, Joshua R. 
Sparrow, Samuel 
Taylor, Joshua 
Taylor, Richard 
Twining, Barnabas 
Twining, Prince, Jr. 
Young, iSfathaniel 
Young, Zenas 



Capt. H. Knowles' Company, Lieut. Col. J. Snow's Regiment. 

From Oct. 2 to Oct. 3, 1814. Service at Orleans. 



Rank and Name. 


Higgins, James 




Rogers, Shubal 


Henry Knowles, Captain 


Hurd, Alvin 




Rogers, Zenas 




Hurd, Benjamin 




Small, Zacheriah 


Joshua Rogers, Sergeant 


Hm-d, Luther 




Smith, Elisha 


John Jarvis, Musician 


Hurd, Zenas 




Smith, Isaac 




Kenny, John 




Smith, Josiah 


Privates. 


Keiu'ick, Henry 




Snow, Gideon S. 


Crosby, Edmund 


Knowles, Seth 




Taylor, Asa 


Eldridge, Obediah 


Linnell, Israel 




Young, Jedediah 


Eldridge, Thomas 


Mayo, Simon 




Young, Jonathan 


Freeman, Hezekiah 


Nickerson, Nathaniel 




Freeman, Seth 


Rogers, Hezekiah, 


Jr. 





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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. H. Knowles' Company, Lieut. Col. J. Snow's Regiment. 

From Dec. 19 to Dec. 20, 1814. Raised at Orleans. In battle at Orleans, December 19. 



R.\NK AND N.4.ME. 


Higgins, James 




Rogers, Seth 


Henrv Knowles, Captain 


Hopkins, Joshua 


Jr. 


Rogers, Shubel 


David Crowell, Lieutenant 


Hurd, Alvin 




Rogers, Uriah 


Josepli L. Rogers, Ensign 


Hurd, Luther 




Rogers, Zenas 




Hurd, Zenas 




Small, Zachariah 


Jolm Jarvis, Sergeant 


Kenny, John 




Smith, Elisha 


Judah Higgins, Sergeant 


Kemick, Henry 




Smith, Joseph 


Walter P. Swain, Sergeant 


Knowles, Seth 




Smith, Josiah 


Benjamin Hurd, Corporal 


Linnell, Israel 




Smith, William 


Edmund Crosby, Musician 


Linnell, Samuel 




Snow, Abiather 




Myrick, Samuel 




Snow, Gideon S. 


Privates. 


Nickerson, Nathaniel 


Young, Jedediah 


Eldridge, Obediah 


Rogers, Asa 




Young, Jonathan 


Eldridge, Thomas 


Rogers, Eleazer, 


Jr. 


Young, Jonathan F. 


Freeman, Hezekiah 


Rogers, Isaac 




Young, Zenas 


Freeman, Josiah 


Rogers, Sears 







Sergt. J. A. Shaw's Guard. 

From May 22 to May 29, 1813. Service at Boston, guarding a park of artillery in gun house on Common. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Shei'win, Richard 


John A. Shaw, Sergeant 


Bliss, Levi 


Sprague, Matthew 


Ansell Fobes, Corporal 


Butler, Samuel 


Sumner, Alexander B. 


LjTiian Tucker, Corporal 


Fletcher, Henry 


Tilden, Joseph 




Jackson, Francis 


White, Ebenezer 




Lynes, Samuel 


White, Thomas 




Myer, Timothy 





Sergt. J. Slade's Guard. 

From May 29 to June 4, 1813. Service at Boston, guarding a park of artillery in gun house on Common. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Stevens, Simeon 


John Slade, Sergeant 


Bodge, Benjamin 


Tewksbury, Andrew 


Philip Curtis, Corporal 


Hammon, Timothy 


Thompson, Amasa T. 


John Farmer, Corporal 


Jennings, Joseph 


Tompkins, William 




Pillsbury, Tristram 


Tufts, Matthias 




Simpson, Benjamin 


Wade, Levi 




Soyer, Joseph 





Sergt. Z. Rawson's Guard. 

From June .5 to June 12, 1813. Service at Boston, guarding a park of artillery in gun house on Conmion. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Hiler, Simeon 


Zebina Rawson, Sergeant 


Alley, Richard 


Hiler, William H. 


Benjamin Brintnall, Corporal 


Cushing, Bela 


Lambert, Gideon 


James Cole, Corporal 


Duff, William 


Parkman, Nathaniel 




Eaton, Rufus 


Watts, Samuel L. 




Fletcher, Timothy 


Wilcott, George 




Hayden, Robert 





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Sergt. J. N. Hinkley's Guard. 

From June 12 to June. 19, 1813. Service at Boston, guarding a park of artillery in gun house on Common. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Grant, John 


John N. Hinkley, Sergeant 


Barnard, Edward 


Ingersoll, Isaac P. 


D;i\-id Lamb, Corporal 


Coolidge, William C. 


Moore, Augustus 


Thomas Mason, Corporal 


Cremer, Edward 


Oliver, James T. 




Day, James 


Ridley, Thomas 




Fowle, John 


Spofford, Enoch W. 




damage, Nathaniel 





Sergt. N. Phillips' Guard. 
From June 19 to June 26, 1813. Service at Boston, guarding a park of artillery in gun house on Common. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Nichols, Ebenezer B. 


Nathaniel Phillips, Sergeant 


Barker, Wendal R. 


Parsons, John 


Robert Smith, Corporal 


Cummings, Thomas 


Potter, David 


Thomas B. Magrath, Corporal 


Holden, Moses 


Shaw, Jesse 




Holman, John 


Town, Edmund 




Hyde, Nathaniel 


Zumon, Levi 




Larrabee, Richard 





Sergt. C. Appleton's Guard. 
From June 26 to July 3, 1813. Service at Boston, guarding a park of artillery in gun house on Common. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Loring, Benjamin 


Charles Appleton, Sergeant 


Adams, Isaac 


Marshall, Samuel 


Isaac K. Brazier, Corporal 


Bailey, Gideon 


Page, John 


Asaph Harlow, Corporal 


Daniels, Nathaniel 


Perkins, John H. 




Hay, Thomas 


Valentine, Jonathan 




Hollis, William 


Vaughan, James 




Learned, William 





Sergt. D. Whitney's Guard. 

From July 3 to July 10, 1813. Service at Boston, guarding a park of artillery in gun house on Common. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Jones, Daniel 


Daniel Whitney, Sergeant 


Bass, Charles 


Meeker, Medad 


Lewis Low, Corporal 


Bradford, Nelson 


Nichols, John 


Silvanus Gates, Corporal 


Chandler, Thomas 


Prouty, Jonas 




French, John 


Washburn, Samuel 




George, William 


Williams, Harvey 




Hyde, Asa 





Sergt. J. R. Moore's Guard. 

From July 10 to July 17, 1813. Service at Boston, guarding a park of artillery in gun house on Common. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Fuller, Seth 


John R. Moore, Sergeant 


Beal, Martin 


Hollis, WUham 


John Ridgway, Corporal 


Colting, Elijah D. 


Nichols, George 


Elijah R. Brazier, Corporal 


Cotton, William 


Rust, Robert 




Davison, John 


Synimes, Thomas 




Dole or Doll, Joseph 


Vaughan, James 




Eaton, Rufus 





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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Sergt. J. Glynn's Guard. 
From July 17 to July 24, 1813. Service at Boston, guarding a park of artillery in gun house on Common. 



Rank and 


Name. 


Privates. 


Sanders, Stephen 


John Glvnii, Sergeant 




Aubin, Joshua 


Sanderson, Elisha 


Isaac Chikls, Corporal 




Bradley, Joseph T. 


Smallpeace, Robert 


William Joy, Corporal 




Dewing, Timothy 


Towne, Jonathan 






Floyt, Charles 


Waters, John 






Gale, Noah 


Whitney, Jason 






Grice, Caleb E. 





Sergt. 0. Tilden's Guard. 

From July 24 to July 31, 1813. Service at Boston, guarding a park of artillery in gun house on Common. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Hartson, Preston 


Christopher Tilden, Sergeant 


Aiken, James G. 




Mentzer, Andrew 


Seth Fuller, Corporal 


Beale, Lewis 




Robertson, Robert 


Leonard Parks, Corporal 


Bennett, James 




Rupp, Adam 




Briggs, Daniel 




Sears, Peter 




Colburn, Charles 




Shaw, Thomas 




Cook, Seth B. 







Sergt. J. Peabody's Guard. 

From July 31 to Aug. 7, 1813. Service at Boston, guarding a park of artillery in gun house on Common. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Hollis, William 


John Peabody, Sergeant 


Carlton, William 


Jones, Daniel 


Isaac K. Brazier, Sergeant 


Darling, John 


Keith, James 


James Vaughan, Corporal 


Dean, Faxon 


Myer, William Otis 




Geyer, Frederick W. 


Pelham, Thomas 




Grubb, William 


Stacey, John 




Hall, Jason 





Sergt. D. Brown's Guard. 

From Aug. 7 to Aug. 14, 1813. Service at Boston, guarding a park of artillery in gun house on Common. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Kimball, Jonathan 


Daniel Brown, Sergeant 


Bennett, John 


Low, Lewis 


Levi Beale, Corporal 


Chamberlain, David 


Merriam, Artemas 


Jonas Wetherbee, Corporal 


Crane, Nathan 


Muzzy, John 




Foster, Eliab 


Pratt, Joseph W. 




Humphrey, Levi 


Wiswell, Benjamin 




Hunt, Timothy 





Sergt. J. Dalton's Guard. 

From Aug. 14 to Aug. 21, 1S13. Service at Boston, guarding a park of artillery in gun house on Common. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Oden, George 


James Dalton, Sergeant 


Allen, Samuel R. 


Rice, Rufus 


Charles Tidd, Corporal 


Athean, Frederick W. 


Richards, Reuben 


Abbott Lawrence, Corporal 


Dennie, Thomas 


Todd, George 




Hewer, William Y. 


Ward, Richard 




Miller, John 


Williams, Robert P. 




Newell, Montgomery 





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Sergt. R. G. Amory's Guard. 

From Aug. 21 to Aug. 28, 1813. Service at Boston, guarding a park of artillery in gun house on Common. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Parker, Samuel 


Rufus G. Amory, Sergeant 


Allen, Marston 


Patten, David 


Lewis Dupee, Corporal 


Bowker, Lemuel 


Powers, Levi 


Jonathan Jackson, Corporal 


Carman, John 


Sargent, David 




Cunningham, Charles 


Topliff, James 




Davis, Isaac D. or James D. 


Wise, Jonathan 




Marshall, William 





Sergt. A. Sumner's Guard. 

From Aug. 28 to Sept. 4, 181.3. Service at Boston, guarding a park of artillery in gun house on Common. 



Rank and Name. 


Pri 


vates. 


Looker, Marshall 


Amos Sumner, Sergeant 


Blaney, Joseph 




Mead, William 


Thomas R. Dascomb, Corporal 


Brown, Samuel L. 




Topliff, James 


Washington Thayer, Corporal 


Bullard, Charles 




Warren, Stephen 




Farrington, Joshua 




Watkins, Andrew 




HoUis, William 




Wiswell, Benjamin 




Lewis, Moses 







Sergt. J. G. Davis' Guard. 

From Sept. 4 to Sept. 11, 1813. Service at Boston, guarding a park of artillery in gun house on Common. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Parkman, Samuel 


Joseph G. Davis, Sergeant 


Adams, William D. 


Porter, Edward J. 


Joshua Crane, Sergeant 


Davidson, John 


Stevens, Alexander 


Joseph Geyer, Corporal 


Forrester, J. 


Tufts, Aaron 




Hav, Thomas 


Vaughan, James 




Keith, James 


Wiswell, Benjamin 




Mann, William B. 





Sergt. J. Heard's Guard. 

From Sept. 11 to Sept. 18, 1813. Service at Boston, guarding a park of artillery in gun house on Common. 



Rank and Name. 


Pr 


ivates. 


Merritt, Aaron 


John Heard, Sergeant 


Blaney, Joseph 




Piper, Moses 


Isaac K. Brazier, Corporal 


Davidson, John 




Steele, James, Jr. 


Robert Omond, Corporal 


HoUis, William 




Stimpson, Reuben 




Keith, James 




Warner, Stephen 




Mann, William B. 




Wiswell, Benjamin P. 




Merrill, Sidney 







Sergt. D. Felt's Guard. 

From Sept. 18 to Sept. 25, 1813. Service at Boston, guarding a park of artillery in gun house on Common. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Lewis, Moses 


David Felt, Sergeant 


Blaney, Joseph 


Mann, William B. 


Jeremiah Vose, Corporal 


Davis, William 


Parkman, Samuel S. 


Alfred Curtis, Corporal 


Davison, John 


Topliff, James 




Farrington, Joshua 


Warner, Stephen 




Hollis, William 


Wiswell, Benjamin P. 




Jones, Daniel 





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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Sergt. S. Adams' Guard. 

From Sept. 25 to Oct. 2, 1813. Service at Boston, guarding a park of artillery in gun house on Common. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Gray, Harrison 


Samuel Adams, Sergeant 


Burroughs, Edward 


Hersey, Noaman 


Charles Ellis, Corporal 


Drake, Jesse 


Holmes, .Josiah N. 


William Gilman, Corporal 


Everett, Aaron 


Lewis, Henry 




Faxon, Nathaniel 


Merry, Daniel 




Gibson, Simeoh 


Thompson, .Archibald 




Gould, George 





Sergt. W. B. Willis' Guard. 

From Oct. 2 to Oct. 9, 1S13. Service at Boston, guarding a park of artillery in gun house on Common. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Mann, William 


William B. Willis. Sergeant 


Allen, Nathan 


Peterson, John 


T. K. Brazier, Corporal 


Blaney, Joseph 


Raymon, William 


William HoUis, Corporal 


Burns, Michael 


Topliff, James 




Farrington, Joshua 


Ward, Wis well 




Gear, Joshua W. 


Wiswell, Payne 




Lewis, Moses 





From Oct. 



Sergt. H. K. Appleton's Guard. 

I to Oct. 13, 1813. Service at Boston, guarding a park of artillery in a gun house on Common. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Howes, Loring 


Henry K. Appleton, Sergeant 


Clark, Isaac 


Oliver, Charles 


Samuel Parkman, Corporal 


Farrington, Joshua 


Peterson, John 


William Holly, Corporal 


Ford, Stephen 


Porter, Benjamin 




Geyer, Joseph W. 


Stowell, William 




Growman, Henry F. 


Wiswell, Payne 




Holmes, Stephen 





Sergt. T. Tewksbury's Guard, Lieut. Col. P. Osgood's Regiment. 

From July 1 to July 30, 1814. Raised at Chelsea. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 
Thomas Tewksbury, Sergeant 



Bumpus, Lenus 
Cheever, Henry 



Prirates. 



Floyd, Abijah 
Floyd, John, 2d 
Floyd, Thomas 
Jack, David 
Nichols, Thomas P. 
Pratt, Isaac 



Pray, Joseph 
Tewksbury, Henry 
Webster, John 
Willey, James 



Sergt. A. Peabody's Guard, Capt. G. Sullivan's Company. 

From Oct. 6 to Oct. 13, 1814. Service at Boston, guarding Faneuil Hall, where arms were stored. ("New England Guards.") 



Rank and Name. 
Aaron Peabody, Sergeant 
Richard Ward, Corporal 



Privates. 
Dana, George 
Denning, Thomas 
Gore, Watson 
Greenough, William 
Hall, William 



Hunt, Samuel 
Lewis, Henry 
McFarland, J. C. 
Miller, John 
Wentworth, Hiram 
West, James 



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Ensign B. S. Pickman's Guard, Capt. G. Sullivan's Company. 

From Oct. 14 to November, 1S14. Service at Boston. ("New England Guards.") 



Rank and Name. 
Benjamin S. Pickman, Ensign 

Charles Tidd, Sergeant 
Joliii Howe, Sergeant 
Abbott Lawrence, Corporal 
Richard Ward, Corporal 



Privates. 



Bangs, Isaac 
Cheever, Charles 



Dana, George 
Fiske, Eben 
Gibbs, Alex H. 
Gore, Jeremiah 
Hay, Joseph 
Haj'Tvard, Nathaniel H. 
Hopkins, Samuel 
Keating, Charles 
Lewis, Henry 
Miller, John 
Pope, Joseph 



Putnam, John J. 
Rice, Rufus 
Simpson, Daniel 
Spooner, William 
Thompson, William 
Warren, Henry 
Wentworth, Hiram 
West, Joseph 



S, H. Parker's Company. 

Raised at Boston. In service various times at Boston and vicinity in September, October and November, 1814. ("Winslow Blues.") 



Rank and Name. 


Cotton, Alex 


Marsh, Ephraim 


Samuel H. Parker, Captain 


Curtis, William T. 


McAllister, James 


Benjamin Darling, Lieutenant 


Darracott, George 


McCleary, John 




Dearborn, John M. 


McClemen, William 


Nathaniel D. Stevenson, Sergeant 


Dupce, Lewis 


Murch, Ephraim 


Samuel Avery, Sergeant 


Durrell, Daniel 


Oliver, Heiu-y J. 


Thomas B. Kendall, Sergeant 


Eliot, John 


Rand, William M. 


John D. Howard, Sergeant 


Farrie, John 


Richardson, Samuel 


Aaron Reed, Jr., Corporal 


Felt, David 


Russell, Joseph 


John Bannister, Corporal 


Fowle, Hem-y 


Saunders, William 


John David, Corporal 


Gould, Frederick 


Smith, George G. 


Nathaniel Brintnall, Corporal 


Green, Job W. 


Southack, Joseph G. 




Hardy, Joshua 


Southack, Robert G. 


Privates. 


Harris, John 


Stuart, Silas 


Badger, B.arber 


Hill, John W. 


Topliff, Benjamin 


Bradley, Thomas 


Hill, Samuel 


Torrey, Nathaniel 


Burge, Lorenzo 


Holmes, Nathaniel B. 


Truman, Thomas 


Burroughs, William 


Hull, George 


Turner, Hemy 


Cain, John P. 


Kettle, Samuel 


Williams, Charles 


Calton, Frederic M. 


Low, Solomon 


Williams, Thomas 



Sergt. S. Avery's Guard, Capt. S. H. Parker's Company. 

From Sept. 22 to Sept. 29, 1814. Service at Boston, guarding Faneuil Hall, where arms were stored. ("Winslow Blues.") 



Rank and Name. 


Cotton, Alex 


Richardson, Samuel 


Samuel Avery, Sergeant 


Darracott, George 


Saunders, William 


John Bannister, Corporal 


Dearborn, John M. 
Felt, David 


Williams, Charles 


Privates. 


Gould, Frederick 




Badger, Barber 


Green, Job W. 




Carlton, Roderick M. 


Marsh, Eplu'aim 





Sergt. J. D. Howard's Guard, detached from Capt. S. H. Parker's Company. 

Guarding Faneuil Hall, September 29 to October 6. ("Winslow Blues.") 



Rank and Name. 


Dupee, Lewis 


Smith, George G. 


John D. Howard, Sergeant 


Durrell, Daniel 


Torrey, Nathaniel 


John David, Corporal 


Harris, John 
Hill, Samuel 


Turner, Henry 


Privates. 


Holmes, Nathaniel B. 




Bradley, Thomas 


McAllister, James 




Cain, John P. 


McClemen, William 





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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Lieut. B. Darling's Guard, detached from Capt. S. H. Parker's Company. 

From Oct. 19 to Oct. 2(), 1S14. Service at State Arsenal, Charlestown. ("Winslow Blues.") 



Rank and Name. 


Curtis, William T. 


McAllister, James 


Benjamin Darling, Lieutenant 


Dearborn, John M. 


McCleary, John 




Eliot, John 


Rand, William M. 


John D. Howard, Sergeant 


Felt, David 


Russell, Jonas 


Nathaniel D. Stevenson, Sergeant 


Hardv, Joshua 


Southack, Joseph D. 


Nathaniel Brintnall, Corporal 


Hill, Samuel 


Topliff, Benjamin 


Aaron Reed, Jr., Corporal 


Hill, William 


Tower, Henry, Jr. 




Hull, George 


Trueman, Thomas 


Privates. 


Kettle, Samuel 


Williams, Thomas 


Burroughs, William 


Low, Solomon 




Carlton, Roderick M. 


Marsh, Ephraim, Jr. 





Corp. J. Snow's Guard, detached from Lieut. Col. A. Binney's Regiment. 
Three days in October, 1814. Service at Boston. 



Rank and Name. 


Burbeck, William 


Mowing, Abraham 


John Snow, Corporal 


Burrill, John 


Plummer, Moses 


Sheldon Perry, Musician 


Butler, Aaron 


Ponno, John 




Capen, John 


Priest, Isaac D. 


Privates. 


Cummings, Luther 


Proctor, John 


Andrews, Stephen 


Denton, John 


Ross, Charles 


Babcock, 


Dickey, Eplu-aim 


Stevens, Thomas 


Baldwin, Phineas P. 


Fessenden, Benjamin 


Thomb, William 


Banister, John B. 


Gridley, William 


Tillinghast, George 


Bifling, Alanson 


Hopkins, Freeman 


Trull. Joel 


Blake, William 


Jack, David 


Webb, Joseph 


Blanchard, Lemuel 


Jennison, Asa 





Lieut. C. Hartshorn's Guard, detached from Capt. G. Fairbanks' Company, Lieut. Col. A. Binney's Regiment. 

October aad November, 181-4. Service at Boston and vicinity. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Longley, Thomas 


Caleb Hartshorn, Lieutenant 


Barney, Jonathan 


Martin, James P. 




Bates, Stephen 


Muzzy, John 


Isaac Rowse, Sergeant 


Burt, John M. 


Reed, Benjamin 


Benjamin B. Carney, Sergeant 


Cutter, Samuel 


Reed, William 


Charles Lincoln, Corporal 


Donnett, C. M. 


Ring, Nathaniel 


Samuel Hayward, Corporal 


Fearing, Cushing 


Rugg, Elisha 


Samuel Wheelock, Musician 


Gates, Sylvanus H. 


Smith, Cyrus 




Gore, James 


Smith, Novvell 




Hartwell, Thomas 


Taft, Elisha 




Howe, Richard S. 





Sergt. J. Francis' Guard, detached from Lieutenant Colonel Page's Regiment of Charlestown, under Supervision 

of Major Jaques. 

From Sept. 25 to Oct. 2, 1814. Service at State Arsenal. 



Rank and Name. 


Calf, Thomas 


Tufts, Aaron 


James Francis, Sergeant 


Dexter, Timothy 


Wyman, Jonathan 


William Henry, Corporal 


Dunham, Thomas 
Fowle, William 


Young, Benjamin 


Privates. 


Hadley, Samuel D. 




Bancroft, Ebenezer 


Haskell, Jeremiah 




Bucknam, Spencer 


Russell, Samuel 





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Sergt. D. Smith's Guard, detached from Lieutenant Colonel Page's Regiment of Charlestown, under Supervision of 

Major Jaques. 

From Oct. 9 to Oct. 16, 1S14. Service at State Arsenal. 



Rank and Name. 


Childs, Charles H. 


Niles, Jesse 


Daniel Smith, Sergeant 


Fiske, Sewall 


Pierce, Luther 


Natlian Warren, Corporal 


Gregory, Uriah 
Harrington, Moses 


Sanderson, Jacob 


Privates. 


Hill, Woodbury 




Bigelow, Thomas 


Kent, Hezekiah 




Bigelow, William H. 


Morse, Charles 





Sergt. D. Bucknam's Guard, detached from Lieutenant Colonel Page's Regiment of Charlestown, under Supervision of 

Major Jaques. 

From Oct. 3 to Oct. 9, 181-1. Service at State Arsenal. 



Rank and Name. 
David Bucknam, Sergeant 
Abiel Kimball, Corporal 



Privates. 
Clark, Jacob 
Davis, Joshua 
Davis, Zimri 
Fowle, Samuel 
Johnson, Samuel 



Reed, Amos 
Simonds, Isaac W. 
Sjanmes, Edmund 
Tufts, Samuel 
Tufts, Seth 
Vinal, Seth 



Sergt. C. Russell's Guard, detached from Lieutenant Colonel Page's Regiment of Charlestown, under Supervision of 

Major Jaques. 

From Oct. 16 to Oct. 23, 1814. Service at State Arsenal. 



Rank and Name. 


Jones, Isaac 


Stratton, Henry 


Cyrus Russell, Sergeant 


Loring, Hollis C. 


Stratton, Thomas 


Charles Bemis, Corporal 


Niles, David 
Pepper, Benjamin 


Warren, Nehemiah 


Privates. 


Stearns, Jonas 




Colburn, Charles 


Stearns, Silas 




Jones, Cjrus 


Stratton, Elisha 





Sergt. J. Deblois' Guard, detached from Lieutenant Colonel Page's Regiment of Charlestown, under Supervision of 

Major Jaques. 

From Oct. 24 to Oct. 25, 1S14. Service at State Arsenal. 



Rank and Name. 


Edmonds, Nathaniel 


Stimpson, George 


James Deblois, Sergeant 


Emerson, Benjamin 


Sweetser, John 


John Mullett, Corporal 


Frothingham, Isaac C. 
Hoppin, Daniel 


Turner, Barnabas 


Privates. 


Leonard, James B. 




Allison, Walter H. 


Raymond, Joel 




Butts, Samuel 


Sisson, Charles 





Sergt. H. K. Appleton's Guard. 
From Dec. 1, 1814, to Feb. 15, 1815. Ser\-ice at Fort Strong (Noddle Island). 



Rank and Name. 
Henry K. Appleton, Sergeant 
Josiah Blanchard, Corporal 
John Powers, Corporal 



Primles. 



Conner, John 
Davison, John 



Douglass, William 

Ears, Charles (to January 1st) 

Gray, Francis (to January 1st) 

Harrington, Leonard 

Martin, Isaac 

Newhall, Thomas (from January 1, 1815) 

Park, William 

Plummer, Joshua 



Pratt, Thomas 

Robertson, Jacob G. 

Stovvell, George 

Stowell, John (from January 1, 1815) 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Sergt. J. Noyes' Detachment of Videttes, Lieut. Col. J. Coleman's Regiment of Cavalry. 

From Oct. 5 to Oct. 22, 1814. In service between Salem and Newburyport. 



Rank and Name. 
Jacob Noye.s, Sergeant 

Privates. 
Blunt, Isaac 
Bradstreet, Nathaniel 



Emery, Eliphalet H. 
Frost, Samuel A. 
Hood, John 
Jaquith, Parker 
Lovejoy, Boswell 
Pearly, John 



Prince, Daniel N. 
Webster, Charles 



Sergt. J. Tapley's Guard, detached from Capt. B. Mudge's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Brimblecom's Regiment. 

Three to 9 days, from June 29 to Aug. 15, 1814. Service at Lynn. Night Guards. 



Rank and Name. 


Hallo well, John 


Phelps, Jacob, Jr. 


Jesse Taplev, Sergeant 


Hawks, John 


Proctor, John 


Otis Newhall, Sergeant 


Hawks, Thomas 


Randell, William P 




Hinfield, Richard L. 


Richardson, Israel 


Privates. 


Hughs, James 


Richardson, John 


Alkerson, Joseph 


Ingalls, Jacob, Jr. 


Rowe, William D. 


Alley, Solomon, Jr. 


Ingalls, John 


Segar, Henry 


Alley, William 


Ingalls, Jonathan B. 


Segar, John 


Atwill, Jesse L. 


Jackson, Bartholomew 


Shepard. Jonathan 


Bachelder, Amos 


Levit, Charles B. 


Skinner, Jacob 


Bachelder, James 


Lewis, Aaron 


Smith, Benjamin 


Blanchard, Nathaniel 


Lewis, Blaney 


Southwick, James 


Bowker, John 


Lewis, Henry 


Stone. Benjamin 


Burrell, Ebenezer, Jr. 


Mansfield, Daniel 


Stone, John 


Burrell, Nathaniel 


Mansfield, William 


Stone, Joshua 


Cavendish, John 


Marshall, William 


Townsend, Daniel, Jr. 


Chase, John 


MoFarlev, Robert 


Townsend, Jacob 


Clark, Theophilus 


Mudge, Joseph 


Townsend, John 


Coates, Benjamin 


Needham, David 


Turner, Burrell D. 


Danforth, John 


Newhall, James 


Watson, Jonathan 


Davis, Lanson 


Newhall, Josiah 


Wellman, Bartholomew 


Delands, David 


Ober, Samuel 


Wheeler, Josiah 


Ghdden, Robert 


Patterson, James, Jr. 


Williams, Jolm 


Goldsmith, Joseph 


Perley, Henry 


Withey, John 



Sergt. I. Perkins' Guard, detached from Capt. E. Duntley's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Brimblecom's Regiment. 

Three to 9 days, from June 29 to Aug. 15, 1814. Raised at Lynn. Service at Lynn. Night Guards. 



Rank and Name. 


Damon, Samuel 


Newhall, Allen, 3d 




Israel Perkins, Sergeant 


Fairfield, Abraham 


Questrom, Oliver 




William Abbott, Sergeant 


Forest, Francis 


Reed, Ephraim 




Samuel Batchelder, Sergeant 


Frothingham, James 


Richardson, Ebenezer 




William Brown, Musician 


Gifford, Rufus 


Richardson, Henry 






Gilson, John 


Smith, Simon 




Privates. 


Hallowell, James 


Stacey, George 




Alley, James, Jr. 


Houghton, John 


Stoker, George 




Alley, Lewis 


Jolmson, Benjamin B. 


Tarbo.x, William, 3d 




Batchelder, Nathaniel 


Johnson, John R. 


Tufts, Samuel 




Breed, Amos 


Jolmson, Legree 


Warren, George 




Burdett, Stephen 


Johnson, Samuel 






Coats, John 


Munrad, Edmund 







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Sergt. T. Richardson's Guard, detached from Capt. W. Skinner's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Brimblecom's Regiment. 

Three to 9 days, from June 29 to Aug. 15, 1814. Raised at Lynnfield. Service at Lynn. Night Guards. 



Rank .ind N.\me. 
Thomas Richardson, Sergeant 
George Parsons, Corporal 
Joseph Burnham, Musician 



Aborii, Samuel 
Carter, George 
Cox, Benjamin 
Emerson, David 
Flagg, Edward 



Privates. 



Gardner. Giles 
Hart, Hartfield 
Richardson, Moses 
Stoddard, Obediah 
Townsend, Daniel 
Wiley, Jacob 



Sergt. E. Aborn's Guard, detached from. Capt. B. Mudge's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Brimblecom's Regiment. 

Three to 9 days, from June 29 to Aug. 15, 1S14. Service at Lynn. Night Guards. 



Rank and Name. 
Ebenezer Aborn, Sergeant 
John Nichols, Corporal 
Oliver Emerson, Musician 
George Newhall, Musician 



Privates. 
Emerson, Ephraim 
Emerson, Loring 
Fay, John 
Holmes, George 
Larrabee, Josiah 



Newhall, Wright 
Norwood, James 
Sanderson, Benjamin 
Smith, William 
Swaine, Nathaniel 
Upton, John S. 



Sergt. J. Newhall's Guard, detached from Capt. D. Capen's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Brimblecom's Regiment. 

Three to 9 days, from June 29 to .\ug. 15, 1814. Service at Lynn. Night Guards. 



Rank and N.\me. 


Bartlett, Samuel K. 


Hitchings, Jesse 


John Newhall, Sergeant 


Blanchard, Daniel 


Ives, Peter S. 


Da\-id S. Oliver, Sergeant 


Blaney, Jonathan 


Jacob, Benjamin H. 


Benjamin Alley, Sergeant 


Bovnton, Ellis 


Johnson, Albert 


Thomas Dowley, Corporal 


Brov^Ti, Josiah 


Mansfield, .John 


Josiah Hayward, Corporal 


Burp, Joseph 


Newhall, .Joseph, Jr. 


Charles Sweetser, Corporal 


Chambcrlin, William 


Parker, Timothy, Jr. 


Richard H. Post, Corporal 


Cheevcr, Frederick 


Payne, Ebenezer 


Ephraim Mansfield, Corporal 


Cheever, Joshua 


Rowe, Allen 


Nathan Alley, Musician 


Davis, William 


Rowe, Amos 




Downing, John, Jr. 


Segars, Philip L. 


Privates. 


Evans, James 


Slocum, Otis 


Alley, Benjamin 


Gage, Nathaniel 


Sweetser, Charles 


Annis, Moses 


Gilman, John 


Tuttle, Samuel 


Barnes, John 


Grover, Asa 




Barrett, Nathaniel 


Hall, James 





Sergt. S. Newhall's Guard, uietached from Capt. C. Robie's and Mudge'sCompanies, Lieut. Col. S. Brimblecom's Regiment. 

Three to 9 days, from June 29 to Aug. 15, 1814. Raised at Lynn. Service at Lynn. Night Guards. 



Rank and Name. 


Bowler, Samuel 


Mudge, Daniel L. 


Samuel Newhall, Sergeant 


Breed, Allen 


Newhall, Edward 


William G. Newhall, Sergeant 


Breed, Amos 


Perkins, Edward 


Thomas Rhodes, Sergeant 


Breed, Andrew, Jr. 


Randell, Joseph 


Nathan Hudson, Sergeant 


Breed, Joseph 


Reynolds, Andrew 


Josiah Newhall, Sergeant 


Breed, William 


Rhodes, Allen 


Smith Downing, Sergeant 


Cheever, John 


Robinson, George 


Isaac Orgins, Musician 


Crane, Elisha C. 


Russell, John 


Joshua Batchelder, Musician 


Ellingwood, Benjamin 


Selange, James 




Frazier, Hugh 


Snow, Daniel 


Privates. 


Green, James- 


Thomas, C\tus 


Allen, Ezra, Jr. 


Johnson, George 


Tucker, Peter 


Ashton, William 


Johnson, Samuel 


Tufts, David, Jr. 


Atwill, Amos 


Lewis, Edward C. 


Warren, George 


Bowler, John 


Lye, Joseph 


Wiely, John 


Bowler, Nathaniel 


Mansfield, John 


Wipphen, Joseph B. 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Sergt. D. C. Watt's Guard, detached from Captain Latham's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Brimblecom's Regiment. 

Three to 9 days, from June 29 to Aug. 15, 1814. Ser\'ice at Lynn. Night Guards. 



Rank and Name. 


Joseph Skinner, Corporal 


Mansfield, Rufus 


Daniel C. Watts, Sergeant 


Jedediah Newhall, Jr., Corporal 


Martin, Jonathan B. 


William Ingalls, Sergeant '\ 
Benjamin Parrott, Sergeant *•• 


Ezra Rand, Corporal 


Moult on, Moses 


Henry Coutman, Musician 


Newhall, Benjamin 


John W. Ha.skell, Sergeant 


Isaac M. Newhall, Musician 


Newhall, Ebenezer 


Richard L. Henford, Sergeant 




Newhall, Frederick 


William Liscom, Sergeant 


Privates. 


Newhall, James 


John F. Gardner, Sergeant 


Abon, James 


Newhall, John B. L. 


Alonzo Lewis, Sergeant 


Atkins, Rowland W. 


Newhall, Samuel 


John B. Newhall, Sergeant 


Ball, John 


Norwood, Thomas 


Levi Orcutt, Sergeant 


Bird, Daniel 


Oliver, Benjamin P. 


Ebenezer Martin, Corporal 


Brown, Joseph, Jr. 


Oliver, John B. 


Marshall Brown, Corporal 


Burrell, James 


Pratt, Joseph 


Isaac Watts, Corporal 


Cox, Benjamin 


Smith, James 


Benjamin Ireson, Corporal 


Currier, Jonathan 


Stevens, John H. 


Nathaniel Pratt, Corporal 


Fern, James 


Symonds, Daniel 


Joseph Ingalls, Corporal 


Haskell, Edward 


Tarbox, Samuel 


Samuel Chase, Corporal 


Haskell, Mathew 


Walden, Abijah 


Bartlett Jennings, Corporal 


Hudson, John 


Whitmore, William 


John Towuscnd, Corporal 


Kingsbury, Fisher 


Wood, Hem-y 


John Doak, Corporal 


Lewis, Daniel 




Henry Eayrs, Corporal 


Mansfield, Jonathan 





Sergt. T. Mansfield's Guard, detached from Capt. D. Capen's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Brimblecom's Regiment. 

Three to 9 days, from June 29 to Aug. 15, 1814. Service at Lynn. Night Guards. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Mansfield, Amos 


Thomas Mansfield, Sergeant 


Bailev, Aaron 


Mansfield, John 


David Newhall, Sergeant 


Boardman, Jeremiah 


Mansfield, Nathaniel, Jr. 


Bachus N. Stokes, Sergeant 


Boardman, William 


Newhall, James 


William Nelson, Sergeant 


Burrill, Samuel 


Parker, Timothy 


Daniel Hawks, Sergeant 


Burrill, William 


Parker, William 


Samuel H. Damon, Sergeant 


Chase, Josiah 


Roddin, Joseph 


Samuel Sargent, Corporal 


Cheevcr, William 


Sewell, Samuel 


Peter S. Lewis, Corporal 


Cole, James 


Slocken, Amos 


Amos Adams, Corporal 


Crasbury, Samuel B. 


Smith, William 


Nathaniel Tarbell, Corporal 


Davis, Timothy 


Southwick, John 


Alex Nelson, Corporal 


Dixon, Francis 


Staples, Peter 


Nathan Hawks. Jr., Corporal 


Fames, Joseph 


Stone, Aaron 


Benjamin B. Hitchins, Corporal 


Fames, Peter 


Sweetser, Oliver 


Daniel Abbott, Musician 


Fames, Robert 


Tuttle, Thomas 


John Hitchins, Musician 


Edmunds, Lot 


Van Esch, Simon Zward 


Ebenezer Parker, Musician 


Florence, Charles 


Weston, Ephraim 


Ephraim Mansfield, Musician 


Fox, Joseph, Jr. 


Weston, Samuel 


John Burrill, Musician 


Gowdey, John 


White, Samuel F. 




Hall, John B. 


Wilson, Asa 




Hitchins, Benjamin T. 


Wilson, Samuel 




Howard, Joshua 





Corp. E. Higbee's Guard, under General Hovey. 
From Nov. 9, 1814, to Jan. 7, 1815. Service at Fort Lee, Salem. 



Rank and Name. 
Lemuel Higbee, Corporal 



Privates. 
Blanchard, Samuel J. 
Chamberlin, Nathaniel 
Davis, John 



Dodge, Josiah 
Low, Richard 
Silsbee, Nathaniel 



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Lieut. M. R. Lancton's Guard, under Colonel Dearborn. 

From Nov. 14, 1S14, to Feb. 15, 1815. Stationed at Salem. 



Rank and Name. 


Bentlet, John 


Isham, L. 


Matthew R. Lancton, Lieutenant 


Blankenship, Stephen 


Kellogg, Phineas 




Brand, Abel 


King, Ebenezer 


Hezekiah Gear, Sergeant 


Cadwell, Daniel 


Parker, Elinda 


Thomas EiLsign, Sergeant 


Clark, John 


Pike, Barnabus 


Kensalear Tavlor, Corporal 


Donion, Henry 


Powers, Joel C. 


WiUiam Lord, Corporal 


Fuller, Oliver 


Root, Whiting 


Giles Parker, Musician 


Hase, Benjamin J. 


Row, Joseph 


Pierce Heavens, Musician 


Hicock, George 


Sacket, Rov 




Hicock, Moses 


Spencer, Jesse 


Privates. 


Holmes, John 


Williams, Tyler 


Allen, Rufus 


Hubbard, Daniel W. 




Bation, Mula 


Hunt, Arad 





Sergt. C. Pilsbury's Guard. 
From June 21 to June 28, 1814. Raised at Newburyport. Service at Newburyport. 



Rank and Name. 
Charles Pilsbury, Sergeant 

Privates. 
Bacheldor, Joseph 
Blasdell, Nicholas 



Da\'ids, John 

Emerson, Charles 
Goodwin, Ephraim 
Kent, Benjamin 
Knight, Winchester 



Pingree, Daniel R. 
True, Ezekiel 
Webster, Washington 



Sergt. J. Young's Guard. 

From June 28 to July 5, 1814. Raised at Newburyport. Service at Newburyport. 



Rank and Name. 


Choate, Jonathan 


March, Nathaniel 


James Young, Sergeant 


Colby, Philip 


Norton, George, Jr. 




Davis, Charles 


Norton, Moses 


Privates. 


Cioodhue, James S. 


Perkins, Nathaniel 


Baglcv, Samuel 


Kimball, Moses 


Poor, Isaac 


Burk, WiUiam 


Ivnapp, Samuel 


Stanwood, Daniel 


Campbell, James 


Leigh, Robert 


Yatte, Thomas 



Sergt. J. Griffin's Guard. 

From July 5 to July 12, 1814. Raised at Newburyport. Service at Newburyport. 



Rank and Name. 
Jacob Griffin, Sergeant 



Privates. 
Newman, John 
Prichard, Stephen 
Somerby, Thomas 



Sergt. R. Griffin's Guard. 

From July 5 to Jul.v 12, 1814. Service at Newburyport. 



Rank and Name. 
Robert Griffin, Sergeant 

Privates. 
Burnham, Jeremiah 
Butler, Philip 



Danforth, Enoch 
Demars (?), John 
Gibson, Samuel 
Libbej', Theodore 
Packard, George 
Pilsbury, Daniel 



Pilsbury, William C. 
Smith, Eplu-aim I. 
Tolman, Benjamin 
Whittemore, Joseph 
Wyatt, Thomas 



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Sergt. W. S. Mason's Guard. 

From July 12 to July 19, 1814. Service at Newburyport. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Somerby, William 


W. S. Mason, Sergeant 


Call, Charles 




Somerby, William, Jr. 


James Campbell, Sergeant 


Dennison, William, 


Jr. 


Stanwood, Daniel 


George Moulton, Jr., Musician 


Dodge, John 




Sweet, Jonathan 


Jonathan Moulton, Jr., Musician 


Gerrish, Joseph 




Wheelright, Ebenezer 




Hodge, Nathaniel 




Whittemore, Joseph 




Morton, Moses 




Wyatt, Thomas 




Prince, Samuel 







Sergt. T. B. White's Guard. 

From July 25 to July 30, 1814. Service at Newburyport. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Shaw, William 


Thomas B. White, Sergeant 


Butler, Philip 


Smith, Ephraim I. 


James Campbell, Corporal 


Call, Charles 


Somerby, Thomas 


Samuel Gibson, Musician 


Cross, Hector 


Somerby, William 


Charles Butler, Musician 


Evans, Richard 


Stanwood, Daniel 




Hastings, William 


Wheeler, Samuel, Jr. 




Mason, Samuel 


Wyatt, Thomas 




Pilsbury, Daniel 





Sergt. C. Gordon's Guard. 

From July 30 to Aug. 6, 1814. Service at Newburyport. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Haskell, Humjihrey B. 


Charles Gordon, Sergeant 


Allen, William 


Noyes, Robert H. 


James Campbell, Corporal 


Chase, Joseph F. 


Pidgin, Benjamin 


Moses Bayley, Musician 


Flanders, John 


Pike, Daniel 


Nathaniel S. Flanders, Musician 


Flanders, Nehemiah, Jr. 


Smith, Ephraim I. 




Furnald, Thomas 


Truesdale, A. W. 




Gardner, Robert 


Woodman, Joseph, 3d 




Hall, Charles 





Sergt. T. Brown's Guard. 

From Aug. 6 to Aug. 14, 1814. Service at Newburyport. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Huse, John 


Thomas Brown, Sergeant 


Burnes, James 


Middleton, William 


Daniel Stone, Corporal 


Campbell, James 


Morse, Merrill 


William Mason, Musician 


Clark, Amos 


Packer, George 


John Flavers or Havers, Musician 


Cole, Charles 


Silloway, Joseph 




Davenport, William 


Swasey, Samuel 




Davis, William 


Wyatt, Thomas 




Ham, Joseph 





Sergt. W. Wood's Guard. 

From Aug. 20 to Aug. 27, 1814. Service at Newburyport. 



Rank and Name. 


Carr, John 


Pidgin, Benjamin 


William Wood, Sergeant 


Cressey, Samuel 


Pilsbury, Charles 


James Campbell, Corporal 


Fitz, Nathaniel 


Silloway, Joseph 


Moses Bayley, Musician 


Griffin, Jacob 


Smith, Ephraim I. 


Joseph Knapp, Musician 


Hardy, Dudly 


Warner, Nathaniel 




Lasky, Jose 3h 


Wood, James 


Privates. 


Morrison, Henry 


Wyatt, Thomas 


Anderson, William 


Ordway, Moses 




Call, Charles 


Packer, George 





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Sergt. J. Griffin's Guard. 

From Aug. 27 to Sept. 3, 1S14. Service at Newburyport. 



Rank and Name. 


Campbell, James 


Newman, Benjamin, Jr. 


,Iacob Griffin, Sergeant 


Currier, Edward 


Somerbv, Arthur 


Ephraim I. Smith, Corporal 


Finney, John 


Truesdall, Artemas W. 


Thomas B. Stone, Musician 


Flanders, Nehemiah 


Wadleigh, Benjamin H. 


Jolm Butler, Musician 


Gardner, Robert 


Wilson, Joseph 




Gibson, Samuel 


Wood, Samuel 


Privates. 


Marden, William 


Wood, Thomas 


Bassett, Joseph 


Mason, William 




Call, Charles 


Morton, James 





Sergt. R. Evans' Guard. 

From Sept. .3 to Sept. 10, 1814. Service at Newburyport. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Laskey, Joseph 


Richard Evans, Sergeant 


Anderson, William 


Morrison Henry 


John Putnam, Corporal 


Campbell, James 


Pidgin, Benjamin 


Moses Bayley, Musician 


Carr, John 


Pike, Daniel 


Robert Gordon, JNIusician 


Dodge, Samuel 


Priehard, Jacob 




Flanders, Nehemiah, Jr. 


Wood, James 




Kloot, William 





Sergt. W. Stone's Guard. 

From Sept. 10 to Sept. 17, 1814. Service at Newburyijort. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Packer, George 


William Stone, Sergeant 


Coffin, Moses 


Peabody, Stephen H. 


Amos Foreman, Corporal 


Cook, Charles 


Pearson, Charles 


Tristram Plunimer, Musician 


Cressey, Samuel 


Pike, Joseph, Jr. 


Orlando Brown, Musician 


Flanders, Nehemiah, Jr. 


Stickney, Joseph 




Gardner, Robert 


Wood, James 




Merrill, James 


Wood, Tliomas 



Sergt. J. Wood's Guard. 

From Sept. 14 to Sept. 24, 1S14. SerWee at Newburyport. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Johnson, Thomas 


Jonathan Wood, Sergeant 


Balch, William 




Kloot, William 


Ebenezer Noves, Corporal 


Bavlev, Moses 




Packer, George 


Charles F. Rockliff, Musician 


Butler, John 




Pearson, Thomas, Jr. 


Joseph Knapp, Musician 


Clark, Samuel 




Reed, David 




Currier, Edward 




Smith, Ephraim I. 




Elder, Joseph 




Walker, Charles 




Hull, William 







Sergt. N. Greeley's Guard. 

From Sept. 24 to Oct. 1, 1814. Service at Newburyport. 



Rank and N.uie. 


Privates. 


March, Nathaniel 


Nathaniel Greeley, Sergeant 


Brown, Samuel, Jr. 


Packer, Edward 


William Kloot, Corporal 


Flanders, William 


Pease, James 


Artemas W. Truesdall. Musician 


Furnald, Joseph 


Robinson, Alexander 


Charles Rogers, ^Musician 


Gardner, Robert 


Silloway, Joseph 




Howard, Nathaniel 


Wells, Richard 




Hoyt, John 


Woodman, Nathaniel 



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Sergt. S. S. Hodge's Guard. 

From Oct. 1 to Oct. 8, 1814. Service at Newburyport. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Knapp, Joseph 


S. S. Hodge, Sergeant 


Bracket! or Prescott, 


Nathan A. 


Loring, Henry 


Daniel Balk, Corporal 


Brooking, John 




Lunt, Joseph, Jr. 


Enoch Stickney, Musician 


Campbell, James 




Plummer, Nathan 


Benjamin G. Johnson, Musician 


Carter, George 




Prescott, Oliver, Jr. 




Devenport, Anthony 




Prince, William H. 




Francis, James 




Tyler, William H. 




Johnson, Thomas 




Wyer, Nathaniel, Jr. 



Sergt. C. Presbury's Guard, from Lieut. CoL P. Merrill's Regiment of Newburyport. 

From Juno 21 to June 28, 1814. Service at Plum Island. 



Rank and Name. 


Pn 


vates. 


Kent, Banjamin 


Charles Presbury, Sergeant 


Batchelder, Joseph 




Knight, Wincliester 


Samuel Cressy, Musician 


Blaisdell, Nicholas 




Ordway, Moses 


Jacob Griffin, Musician 


Daniel, John 




Pingrey, David R. 




Emerson, Charles 




True, Ezekiel 




Foot, Bernard 




Warner, Nathaniel 




Goodwin, Ephraim 




Webster, Washington 



Sergt. J. Young's Guard, from Lieut. CoL P. Merrill's Regiment of Newburyport. 

From June 28 to July 5, 1814. Ser^dce at Plum Island. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Leigh, Robert 


James Young, Sergeant 


Baglev, Samuel 


Marsh, Nathaniel 


James Campbell, Corporal 


Choate, Jonathan 


Morton, Moses 


George Morton, Musician 


Colby, Philip 


Perkins, Nathaniel 


William Buck, Musician 


Davis, Charles 


Poor, Isaac 




Goodliue, James 


Stan wood, David 




Kimball, Moses 


Wyatt, Thomas 




Knapp, Samuel 





Sergt. J. A. Griffin's Guard, from Lieut. CoL P. Merrill's Regiment of Newburyport. 

From July 5 to July 12, 1814. Service at Plum Island. 



Rank and Name. 




Privates. 


Packer, George 


Jacob Griffin, Sergeant 


Butler, Philip 




Pillsbury, Daniel 


John Newman, Corporal 


Danford, Enock 




Pillsluirv, William C. 


Thomas Somerljv, Musician 


Demares, John 




Smith, Ephraim 


Stephen Pritchard, Musician 


Gibson, Samuel 




Whittemore, Joseph 




Griffin, Roliert 




Wyatt, Thomas 




Lilly, Theodore 







Sergt. W. J. Mason's Guard, from Lieut. Col. P. Merrill's Regiment of Newburyport. 

From Julv 12 to July 19, 1814. Service at Plum Island. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Prince, Samuel 


William J. Mason, Sergeant 


Call, Charles 


Somerbv, William 


James Campbell, Corporal 


Dodge, John 


Stanwood, Daniel 


George Norton, Musician 


Gerrish, Joseph 


Sweet, Jonatlian 


Jonathan Moulton, Musician 


Hodge, Nathaniel 


Wheelright, Ebenczer 




Jennison, William 


Whittemore, Joseph 




Norton, Moses 


Wyatt, Thomas 



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Sergt. T. W. White's Guard, from Lieut. Col. P. Merrill's Regiment of Newburyport. 

From July 19 to July 26, 1814. Service at Plum Island. 



R,\NK AND Name. 


Privates. 


Sliaw, William 


Thomas B. White, Sergeant 


Butler, Philip 


Smith, Ephraim 


James C'am]5bell, Corporal 


Call, Charles 


Somerbv, Thomas 


Samuel Gibson, Musician 


Cross, Hector 


Somerbv, William 


Charles Butler, Musician 


Evans, Richard 


Stanwood, Daniel 




Hastings, William 


Wheeler, Samuel 




Nason, Samuel 


Wyatt, Thomas 




Pillsbury, Daniel 





Sergt. C. Gordon's Guard, from Lieut. Col. P. Merrill's Regiment of Newburyport. 

From July 26 to Aug. 2, 1814. Service at Plum Island. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Haskell, H. B. 


Charles Gordon, Sergeant 


Allen, William 


Noj'es, Robert K. 


James Campbell, Corporal 


Call, Charles 


Pidgin, Benjamin 


Moses Baglev, Musician 


Chase, Joseph 


Pike, Daniel 


Nathaniel Flanders, Musician 


Flanders, John 


Smith, Ephraim 




Flander.s, Nehemiah 


Truesdale, A. W. 




Furnakl, Thomas 


Woodman, Josiah 



Sergt. T. Brown's Guard, from Lieut. Col. P. Merrill's Regiment of Newburyport. 

From Aug. 2 to Aug. 9, 1814. Service at Plum Island. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Huse, John 


Thomas Brown, Sergeant 


Burnes, James 


Middleton, William 


Daniel Stone, Corporal 


Call, Charles 


Morse, Merrill 


William Mason, Musician 


Camjiljell, James 


Packard, George 


John Stevens, Musician 


Clark, Enos 


Silloway, Joseph 




Davenjiort, William 


Swasey, Samuel 




Davis, William 


Wyatt, Thomas 




Ham, Joseph 





Sergt. J. Noyes' Guard, from Lieut. Col. P. Merrill's Regiment of Newburyport. 

From Aug. 9 to -\ug. 16, 1814. Service at Plum Island. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Jackson, Henry 


Jacob Nove.s, Sergeant 


Barrett, Joseph 


Norton, Daniel 


Samuel Clark, Corporal 


Campbell, James 


Norton, James 


Samuel Dodge, Musician 


Currier, Edward 


Phinney, John 


Charles Davis, Musician 


Currier, Matthew 


Somerbv, Arthur 




Gardner, Robert 


Todd, Thomas 




Green, John 


Wyatt, Thomas 




Hale, William 





Sergt. J. Noyes', Jr., Guard. 
From Aug. 13 to Aug. 20, 1814. Raised at Newburyport. Stationed at Plum Island. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 




Jacolj Noyes, Jr., Sergeant 


Campbell, James 




Samuel Clark, Corporal 


Currier, Nathaniel, Jr. 




Samuel Dodge, Musician 


Gatt or Yatt, Thomas 




Charles Davis, Musician 


Green, John 




William Hall, Musician 


Jackson, Henry 




Daniel Morton, Musician 


Ladd, Thomas 





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Sergt. W. Wood's Guard, from Lieut. Col. P. Merrill's Regiment of Newburyport. 

From Aug. IG to Aug. 23, 1814. Service at Plum Island. 



Rank and Name. 


Privales. 


Morrison, Henry 


William Wood, Sergeant 


Anderson, William 


Packer, George 


James Campbell, Corporal 


Brickett, Nathan A. 


Pidgin, Benjamin 


Moses Bailey, Musician 


Call, Charles 


Silloway, Joseph 


Joseph Knapp, Musician 


Carr, John 


Smith, Ephraim J. 




Fitz, Nathaniel 


Wood, James 




Hardy, Dudley 


Wyatt, Thomas 




Laskey, Joseph 





Sergt. J. Griffin's Guard, from Lieut. Col. P. Merrill's Regiment of Newburyport. 

From Aug. 23 to .\ug. 30, 1814. Service at Plum Island. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Mason, William 


Jacob Griffin, Sergeant 


Call, Charles 


Newman, Benjamin 


Ephraim J. Smith, Corporal 


Campbell, James 


Truesdale, Artemas W. 


Thomas B. Stone, Musician 


Flanders, Nehemiah 


Wadleigh, Benjamin H. 


John Butler, Musician 


Gardner, Robert 


Wilson, Joseph 




Gibson, Samuel 


Wood, Samuel 




Marden, William 


Wood, Thomas 



Sergt. R. Evans' Guard, from Lieut. Col. P. Merrill's Regiment of Newburyport. 
From Aug. 30 to Sept. 6, 1814. Service at Plum Island. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Laskey, Joseph 


Robert Evans, Sergeant 


Anderson, William 


Morrison, Henry 


John Putnam, Corporal 


Campbell, James 


Packer, Edward 


Moses Bailey, Musician 


Carr, John 


Pidgin, Benjamin 


Robert Gorden, Musician 


Dodge, Samuel 


Pike, Daniel 




Flanders, Nehemiah 


Pritchard, Jacob 




Ivloot, William 


Wood, James 



Sergt. W. Stone's Guard, from Lieut. Col. P. Merrill's Regiment of Newburyport. 

From Sept. 6 to Sept. 13, 1814. Service at Plum Island. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Packer, George 




William Stone, Sergeant 


Coffin, Moses 


Peabody, Stephen H. 




Amos Foreman, Corporal 


Cook, Charles, 3d 


Pearson, Charles 




Tristram Plummer, Musician 


Cresy, Samuel 


Pike, Joseph 




Orlando Brown, Musician 


Flanders, Nehemiah 


StickncA', Josiah 






Gardner, Robert 


Wood, James 






Merrill, Joseph C. 


Wood, Theo 





Sergt. J. Wood's Guard, from Lieut. Col. P. Merrill's Regiment of Newburyport. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 20, 1814. Service at Plum Island. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Johnson, Thomas 


Jonathan Wood, Sergeant 


Bagley, Moses 


Kloot, William 


Ebenezer Noycs, Corporal 


Balch, William 


Packer, George 


Charles Racklyft, Musician 


Butler, John 


Pearson, Thomas 


Joseph Knapp, Musician 


Clark, Samuel 


Reed, David 




Currier, Edward 


Smith, Ephraim J. 




Elder, Joseph 


Walker, Charles 


* 


Hale, William 





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Sergt. N. Greeley's Guard, from Lieut. Col. P. Merrill's Regiment of Newburyport. 

From Sept. 20 to Sept. 27, 1814. Service at Plum Island. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


March, Nathaniel 


Nathaniel Greeley, Sergeant 


Brown, Samuel 


Packer, Edward 


William Kloot, Corporal 


Flanders, William 


Pease, James 


A. W. Truesdale, Musician 


Furnald, Jacob 


Robinson, Alexander 


Charles Rogers, Musician 


Gardner, Robert 


Sillowav, Joseph 




Howard, Nathaniel 


Wells, Richard 




Hoyt, John 


Woodman, Nathaniel 



Sergt. S. S. Hodge's Guard, from Lieut. Col. P. Merrill's Regiment of Newburyport. 

From Sept. 21 to Oct. 8, 1814. Service at Plum Island. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Loring, Henry 


S. S. Hodge, Sergeant 


Brookings, John 


Lunt, Jo.sei)h 


Daniel Balch, Corporal 


Campbell, James 


Plummer, Nathan 


Enoch Stickney, Musician 


Carter, George 


Prescott, Oliver 


Benjamin G. Johnson, Musician 


Davenport, Anthony 


Prince, William H. 




Francis, James 


Tyler, William H. 




Johnson, Thomas 


Wyer, Nathaniel 




Knapp, Joseph 





Sergt. J. Griffin's Guard. 

From Dec. 13, 1814, to Feb. 11, 1815. Service at Newburyport. 



Rank and Name. 
Jacob Griffin, Sergeant 
Joshua Mace, Corporal 
Charles Flanders, Musician 
Stephen Gordon, Musician 



Privates. 



Brewster, John 
Butler, Philip 
Camjibell, James 
Gardner, Robert 
Graves, Truel G. 



Jackson, Samuel 
Morrison, Thomas 
Silloway, Joseph 
Stoddard, Thomas 
Wells, Daniel 



Sergt. J. Griffin's Guard. 

From Feb. 11, 181.5, to March 15, 1815. Service at Newburyport. 



Rank and Name. 
Jacob Griffin, Sergeant 
Joshua Mace, Corporal 
Charles Flanders, Musician 
Stephen Gordon, Musician 



Privates. 



Brewster, John 
Butler, Philip 
Campbell, James 
Gardner, Robert 
Graves, True G. 



Jackson, Samuel 
Morrison, Thomas 
Silloway, Joseph 
Stallard, Thomas 
Wells, Daniel, Jr. 



From July 17 to Nov. 11, 1814. 



Sergt 

Thi.s detachment was 



J. Lewis' Detachment. 

coast guard and stationed at different points in Barnstable, Yarmouth, Sandwich, 
Brewster and Harwich. 



Rank and Name. 


Crocker, Rufus 


Horsefield, Timothy 


Jesse Lewis, Sergeant 


Doan, Joseph, Jr. 


Jeffers, Ebenezer 


Zoath Berry or Perry, Sergeant 


Dunbar, John W. 


Lambert, Solomon 


David Loring, Corporal 


Eldridge, John 


Miller, Parker 


S. Whelden, Corporal 


Ettis, Levi 


Nye, Joseph, 3d 


Lewis Hawes, Corporal 


Fessenden, Thomas 


Nye, Stephen 




Foster, Nathan 


Phillips, George 


Privates. 


Freeman, Barnard 


Pitcher, Samuel 


Baker, Sylvanus 


Gage, Prince 


Pope, Joseph H. 


Bean or Bears, Moses 


Gorham, John 


Raymond, Solomon 


Bourne, Benjamin 


Hallets, Hansard 


Rider, Ebenezer 


Bragg, William 


Hinkley, S. 


Rogers, Zacheus 



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Sergeant Savery's Guard. 

From June 24 to July 24, 1S14. Service at VVareham. 



Rank and Name. 


Privc 


tes. 


Gibbs, Joshua 


Samuel Savery, Sergeant 


Besse, Asa 




Gibbs, Seth 


Valentine C. Coffin, Corporal 


Bumpus, Eliphalet 




Howard, Calvin 


Benjainiu Nye, Corporal 


Claflin, Hartford 




Savery, Phineas 




Everett, Noble, Jr. 




Soule, Josiah 




Fearing, Moses T. 




Tapper, Enoch 




Gait, John 




• 



Lieut. D. Lane's Guard. 

From August to November, 1814. Stationed at Fairhaven. 



Rank and Name. 


Danforth, Charles 






Noyes, Moses 


Daniel Lane, Lieutenant 


Drew, Nicholas 






Reed, Thomas 




Dyer, Henry B. 


\ 


ij^y 


Stacy, Charles C. 


Thomas Braman, Sergeant 


French, Ejihraim ,- 


\ 


Sweet, William 


Peres Pool, Sergeant 


Gay, Martin . i 


.vv^V*' 


^t 


Wetherell, Zelotes 


Joseph Fuller, Corporal 


Glody, David Ji J/ 




White, Asaph 




Hodges, Barnam 


1 




Whiting, Ejjhraim 


Privates. 


Holbrook, Daniel 


1 




Wilbour, Ziba 


Andrews, Philip 


Macumber, Ezra 






Wilmot, Benoni 


Bennett, George 


Macuniber, Josiah 









Sergt. J. Jarvis' Guard, from Lieut. Col. J. Snow's Regiment. 
From Oct. 5 to Nov. 24, 1814. Service at Orleans. Shore guard from Captain Knowles' company. 



Rank and Name. 
John Jarvis, Sergeant 



Privates. 
Smith, Elisha 
Young, Jonathan 
Young, Jonathan S. 



Sergeant Savery's Guard. 

From July 25 to Oct. 28, 1S14. Service at Warehani. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Hathaway, Thomas 


Samuel Savery, Sergeant 


Briggs, Spencer 


Leonard, Ichabod 


William Gibbs, Corporal 


Bumpus, Admiral 


Perry, Salathiel 


Rufus Lincoln, Corporal 


Bumpus, Benjamin 


Tobey, Curtis 




Doty, Nathaniel 


Wridington, Thomas 




Gibbs, Joshua 


Young, John 




Hamblin, Nathaniel 


Young, Thomas 



Sergt. J. Craw's Guard, from Lieut. Col. B. Lincoln's Regiment. 

From June to July, 1814. Service at Dartmouth. 



Rank and Name. 
John Craw, Sergeant 



Privates. 



Baxter, Robert 
Dunum, Charles 



Gifford, Paul 
Haft'ords, James 
Kerljy, Every 
Kerby, George 
Ricketson, Cook 
Shearman, Stephen 



Sherman, Peleg 
Slocum, Charles 
Trafford, Joseph 
Tripji, William 



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Sergt. F. Pope's Guard, from Capt. W. Nye's Company, Lieut. CoL B. Lincoln's Regiment. 

(Ivor 14 days in July, 1S14. Stationed at Now Bedford. 



Rank and Name. 


Delano, .Joseph 




Russell, Prince 


Freeman Pope, Sergeant 


Dillingham, Benjamin 




Sampson, Seth 




Gelatt, John 




Taber, Edward, Jr. 


Privates. 


Hammond, Freeman 




Tripp, Aaron 


Allen, Warren 


Hammond, James 




Wood, Elihu, Jr. 


Bismore, David 


Hiitlesom or Hutlestone, 


Hem'y 




Blossom, Levi 


Myrick, Ebenezer 







Sergt. I. Welden's Guard, from Lieut. Col. B, Lincoln's Regiment. 

Over 14 days in July, 1814. Service at Dartmouth. 



Rank and Name. 


Faunce, James 


Taber, Gideon 


Isaac Welden, Sergeant 


Gifford, George 


Tripp, Ishmael 




Hathaway, Ezra 


Wadey, Henry 


Privates. 


Hefford, James 


Wilbom', Stephen 


Allen, John 


Kerbv, Eleazer 


Wilcox, Allen 


Eldridge, Richard 


Lapham, Thomas 




Evans, William 


Macumber, Elisha 





Sergt. B. GifEord's Guard, from Lieut. Col. B. Lincoln's Regiment. 

July and August, 1814. Service at Dartmouth. 



Rank and Name. 


Hathaway, Charles 


Snow, Knowles 


Benjamin Gifford, Sergeant 


Haws, Lot 


Stafford, James 


James Akens, Corporal 


Lawton, James 
Mathews, Charles 


Wellborn, Stephen 


Privates. 


Reed, William 




Akens, Elihu 


Sanford, Paul 




Gush man, Obed 


Smith, Increase 





Corp. J. Akins' Guard, from Lieut. Col. B. Lincoln's Regiment. 

From July to October, 1814. Ser\'ice at Westport. 



Rank and Name. 
Job Akins, Corporal 



Akins, Benjamin 
Akins, Job, Jr. 



Privates. 



Bismore, David 

Delano, Henry 

Hnttlesom or Huttlestone, Henry 



Lieut. Ebenezer Simmons' Guard, under General Goodwin. 

From Oct. 12, 1812, to May, 1813. Service at Plymouth. 



Rank and Name. 


Boslear, Jesse 


Ramsdell , Bart holomew 


Ebenezer Simmons, Lieutenant 


Clark, David 


Rand, William 




Cole, Joseph 


Stetson, Elisha C. 


Levi Curtis, Sergeant 


Damon, Abiah 


Stetson, Nathaniel 


John Ramsdell, Corporal 


Howard, John 


Thomas, Ebenezer S. 




Munro, John 


Walker, John 


Privates. 


Oldham, John 




Bates, Clement 


Osborn, John 




Bishop, Daniel 


Perry, John 





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Sergt. Finney Leach's Guard, under General Goodwin. 

From Oct. 12, li>V2, to May, 1S13. .Service tit Plymouth. 



Rank and Name. 


Clark, Consider 


Finney, Seth 


Finney Leach, Sergeant 


Clark, Nathaniel 


Holmes, Bartlet 




Finney, Clark 


Howland, Charles 


Privates. 


Finney, Elkanah 


Howlaud, William 


Burge.ss, John 


Finnev, Epliraim 


Leach, Samuel 


Cassidy, Henry 


Finney, George 




Churchill, Hosea 


Finney, Robert 





Sergt. H. Torry's Guard, under General Goodwin. 

From June to July, 1N14. Service at Pembroke. 



Rank and Name. 


Cook, Peleg B. 


McLaughlin, Miller 


Haviland Torry, Sergeant 


Cudworth, Elijah 


Monroe, Cyrus 


Elijah Perrv, Sergeant 


Curtis, Samuel 


Nash, Zebulon 


Levi Thomas, Corporal 


Cashing, Benjamin 


Pratt, Nathaniel 


Zadoc Fish, Corporal 


Everson, Levi 


Ramsdell, Isaac 




Foster, Micali 


Smith, Christopher 


Privates. 


Howe, Samuel 




Barney, Ezra 


Joslvn, Waterman 




Bearce, Homer 


Mann, Thomas 





Capt. A. Drew's Detached Company, by Order of Major General Goodwin. 

From June 19 to Aug. 30, 1814. Service to mount gunrd in Plymouth, Duxbury .ind Mngston; also to row guard at Beach Point. 



GUARD ON DUTY AT PLYMOUTH. 


Harlow, Nathaniel (66 days) 


Luther Stui'tavant, Sergeant (18 days) 


Rank and Name. 


Hathaway, Joshua (66 days) 


Nehemiah Thompson, Sergeant (18 days) 


Atwood Drew, Captain (68 days) 


Holmes, Peter (66 days) 


Peleg Churchill, Sergeant (34 days) 


Prince Bradford, Lieutenant (68 days) 


Howard, James (66 days) 


Zenas Winslow, Corporal (61 days) 


Coomer Weston, Ensign (68 days) 


Howland, Henry, Jr. (72 days) 


Levi Loring, Corporal (34 days) 




Hueston, Nathaniel (66 days) 


Peleg Churchill, Corporal (30 days) 


Charles Goodwin, Sergeant (66 days) 


Lane, Marshall (66 days) 


Martin Waterman, Musician (63 days) 


Stephen Rogers, Sergeant (66 days) 


Lanman, Nathaniel (66 days) 


Martin Simmons, Musician (63 days) 


Nathan Holmes, Sergeant (54 days) 


LeBaron, Isaac (66 days) 




Stephen Doten, Sergeant (72 days) 


Lewis, Samuel (66 days) 


Privates. 


Benjamin W. Bradford, Corporal (66 


Lucas, Alden (66 days) 


Appling, William (16 days) 


days) 


Lucas, Ivory (46 days) 


Atwood, Levi (19 days) 


Isaac Torry, Corporal (66 days) 


Manlon, Henry (65 days) 


Atwood, Warren (16 days) 


John B. Bates, Corporal (48 days) 


Morey, Ichabod (72 days) 


Barnes, Stephen (19 days) 


Ephraim Whiting, Musician (66 days) 


Nicholson, John (48 days) 


Barrows, Charles (19 days) 


Benjamin Whiting, Jr., Musician (66 


Pratt, Josliua (66 days) 


Barrows, Joseph (16 days) 


days) 


Bobbins, Charles (66" days) 


Bates, Caleb (13 days) 


Privates. 


Robbins, Henry (66 days) 


Bosworth, William (19 days) 


Bagnall, Joseph (66 days) 


Robbins, John A. (66 days) 


Bradford, James, Jr. (13 days) 


Bartlett, Elkanah (65 days) 


Robbins, Rufus (66 days) 


Bradford, Luther (16 days) 


Brigs, Samuel (46 days) 


Rogers, Sylvanus (66 days) 


Brewster, Martin, Jr. (13 days) 


Cassidy, Henry (72 daj's) 


Seamore, Benjamin (66 days) 


Briant, Micah (19 days) 


Chamberlin, Thomas (53 days) 


Sears, Eleazer (66 days) 


Briggs, Lewis (18 days) 


Churchill, Lewis (66 days) 


Sherman, Thomas B. (66 days) 


Chandler, Ephraim (13 days) 


Clark, John H. (72 days) 


Simmons, Lemuel (38 days) 


Chandler, Ira (11 davs) 


Cosset, Lotlirop (66 days) 


Thrasher, George, Jr. (46 days) 


Churchill, Alfred (19 days) 


Cotton, Thomas J. (42 days) 


Thurston, John B. (46 days) 


Churchill, Jacob (16 days) 


Davee, William (66 days) 


Whiting, Joseph (72 days) 


Churchill, Seth (18 days) 


Dennis, William (53 days) 


Woodard, Elkanah (66 days) 


Cole, James (16 days) 


Dunan, David, Jr. (66 days) 




Cook, John, 3d (13 days) 


Dunham, Jacob (66 days) 




Cook, Robert, Jr. (13 days) 


Dunham, John F. (62 days) 


GUARD ON DUTY AT DUXBURY. 


Cooper, Richard (16 days) 


Farmer, Thomas (52 days) 


Rank and Name. 


Gushing, Seth, Jr. (13 days) 


Finney, Elkanah (72 days) 


Weston Simmons, Sergeant (12 days) 


Cushman, Daniel (13 days) 


Harlow, Amariah (45 days) 


Nathan Chandler, Sergeant (12 days) 


Doten, Ebenezer (16 days) 



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Capt. A. Drew's Detached Company, by Order of Major General Goodwin — Concluded. 



GUARD ON DUTY AT DUXBURY 
— Concluded. 

Primtes — Concluded. 
Drew, Ebenezer (13 days) 
Drew, Reuben, Jr (61 daj's) 
Edson, Josiah (19 days) 
Ellis, .Joseph (16 days) 
Everson, Ephraini (19 days) 
Faunce, Allen (19 days) 
Faunce, Ezra (16 days) 
Faunce, Zenas (13 days) 
Fuller, Ebenezer (19 days) 
Fuller, Josiah, Jr. (13 days) 
Fuller, Samuel (19 davs) 
Fuller, Thomas (IS days) 
Hammond, Benjamin (19 days) 
Harlow, Gideon (61 days) 
Higgins, Nathaniel (11 days) 
Holmes, Bradford (13 days) 
Holmes, Francis (16 days) 
Holmes, Nathaniel, Jr. (18 days) 
Howland, John, Jr. (63 days) 
Jostlin, Marquis F. (19 days) 
Leach, Thomas (IS days) 
Lobdell, George (IS days) 
Loring, Joshua (11 days) 
Lucas, Abijah (13 days) 
Lucas, Lsaac (19 days) 
Maxim, Thomas (16 days) 
Munroe, Benjamin, Jr. (18 days) 
Nye, Isaac (19 days) 
Oldham, Thomas (11 days) 



Parrish, Ambrose (16 days) 
Peterson, Charles (61 days) 
Peterson, Clark (11 days) 
Pierce, Benjamin (18 days) 
Pratt, Tillson (16 days) 
Richards, Isaac, Jr. (18 days) 
Richmond, Oliver (16 days) 
Ripley, David (18 days) 
Ripley, Sylvanus (18 days) 
Riplev, Zenas (18 days) 
Saul,Zabel, Jr. (16 days) 
Savory, William (16 days) 
Shaw, Benjamin, 2d (19 days) 
Shaw, Joseph (19 days) 
Sherman, Ebenezer (16 days) 
Sherman, Zacheus (IS days) 
Shurtliff, Barnabas (19 days) 
Shurtliff, Ebenezer (16 days) 
Simmons, James (13 days) 
Smith, Benjamin (13 days) 
Sprague, Luther (16 days) 
Standish, Thomas (18 days) 
Sturda\'ant, Samuel (18 days) 
Sturdavant, Winslow (19 days) 
Sturdavant, Zedock (IS days) 
Thomson, Isaac (18 daj's) 
Thomson, Jacob, 3d (IS days) 
Thomson, Ward (19 days) 
Tilton, John (16 days) 
Tiltson, Eplii-aim, Jr. (19 days) 
\'ickery, Daniel (IS days) 
Ward, Benjamin (19 days) 



Ward, Eliab (19 days) 
Washburn, Reuel (63 days) 
Waterman, Benson (18 days) 
Weston, John (13 days) 
Weston, Melzar (11 days) 
Weston, Stephen (11 davs) 
Weston, Thomas F. (63 "days) 
White, Isaac, Jr. (IS days) 
White, Levi (16 days) 
Williams, Jabez (13 days) 
Wood, L. (16 days) 
Wright, Zebedee (19 days) 



GUARD ON DUTY AT KINGSTON. 
Rank and Name. 
Ichabod Harlow', Sergeant (12 days) 
Josiah Holmes, Sergeant (52 days) 
Melzar Whiting, Sergeant (52 days) 

Privates. 
Adams, Gamaliel (52 days) 
Cook, Asa (12 days) 
Cushman, Elkanah (52 days) 
Cushman, Robert (12 days) 
Drew, Lazarus (12 days) 
Fisk, Perez (52 days) 
Fuller, Eleazer (52 days) 
Simmons, William (52 days) 
Stranger, Edward (12 days) 
Wadsworth, Cephas (12 days) 



Capt. N. Nelson's Company, under Command of General Goodwin. 

From June 16 to July 5, 1814. Raised at New Bedford. Service at New Bedford. 



Rank and Name. 


Briggs, Elisha 


Lane, William 


Nathaniel Nelson, Captain 


Brownell, Benjamin 


Merrit, Joseph 


Job Gray, Lieutenant 


Chase, Gardner 


Mosher, Elihu 


George Clark, Ensign 


Clark, Elisha ' 


Mosher. Rauen 




Covel, Benjamin B. 


Napp, Elijah 


Benjamin Warren, Sergeant 


Cudworth, William 


Parker, Avery 


Gamaliel Hart, Sergeant 


Cushman, Heman 


Price, Stephen 


Thomas Reddell, Sergeant 


Douglass, Benjamin 


Prowd,. Samuel 


Nathaniel Perry, Sergeant 


Durfey Thomas 
Frederick, Hemv 


Randal, Michel 


Da\'id Howland, Corporal 


Russell, Thomas 


James Proud, Corporal 


Gardner, Edward 


Seabury, ]\Iillet 


Robert Trickerman, Corporal 


Gilbert, Charles 


Sisson, John 


Charles Covel, Corporal 


Hafford, James 


Smith, Israel 


Alanson Caswell, Musician 


Hammond, Benjamin 


Stafford, Jonathan 


Charles Pratt, Musician 


Hathaway, Charles 


Taber, Noel 




Hathaway, Ezra 


Tompkins, Tillinghast 


Privates. 


Hathaway, Morrell 


Towle, Abner 


Akins, John 


Head, Uriah 


Tuckerman, William 


Albert, Ivory C. 


Hill, Richard 


Washburn, Moses 


Allen, David 


Holmes, Nye 


West, Stephen 


Babcock, James 


Howland, Jonathan 


Wilcox, Joseph 


Bassett, Nathaniel 


Howland, Stephen 


Winslow, Josiah 


Birtch, Stanton 


Jennings, Perrv 


Wood, Charles 


Bliss, Josiah S. 


Kempton, Thomas 


Wood, Russell 


Bliss, William, Jr. 


Kempton, William N. 





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Ensign J. Vaughan's Guard, under General Goodwin at Rochester. 

June and July, 1S14. 



Rank and Name. 


Bishop, Joseph 


Hitchman, Solomon 


Jonathan Vaughan, Ensign 


Blaclvwell, Micah 


King, Jonathan 


Thomas Ashley, Sergeant 


Briggs, Elijah 


Lombard, Joseph 


Tillotson Duncan, Sergeant 


Chirk, Peleg 


Pratt, Jesse 


Josepli Doty, Corporal 


Corning, Samuel 


Rider, Benjamin 


Azel Bryant, Corporal 


Cornwell, John 


Sears, John 




Corsing, Richard 


Shearman, John, 3d 


Privates. 


Crapo, Briggs 


Snow, Ephraim 


Avery, Pliihp 


Douglas, Barnabas N. 


Stetson, William 


Bates, Moses 


Hammond, Charles 


Stevens, Micah 


Bennett, Joseph 


Hathaway, Peleg 





Ensign M. Mendall's Guard, under General Goodwin. 

From September to October, 1814. 



Rank and Name. 


Blankenship, James, Jr. 


Freeman, James 


Moses Mendall, Ensign 


Boston, George, Jr. 


Handy, Jabez 




Cannon, Cable L. 


Hillis, Francis 


Dennis Pierce, Sergeant 


Cobb, Josiah 


Lain, Samuel W. 


Israel Hammond, Sergeant 


Crapo, Briggs 


Mendall, Samuel 


Peres Bassett, Corporal 


Crapo, William 


Snow, Benjamin 


Jared Blankenship, Corporal 


Cushing, Benjamin 


Snow, Ephraim 




Cushing, Nathaniel 


Snow, James 


Privates. 


Dexter, Gideon 


Tinkham, Ephraim 


Bates, Paddock 


Dexter, Jonathan 




Blankenship, George 


Dexter, Luke 





Sergt. C. Jones' Guard, under Supervision of Gen. N. Goodwin. 

From September to October, 1814. Service on seashore, Plymouth County. 



Rank and Name. 
Charles Jones, Sergeant 
Luther Little, Sergeant 



Privates. 
Benson, Artemas 
Bowker, David 
Cudworth, Benjamin 
Curtis, Samuel 
Jacobs, Walter 



Merritt, Daniel 
Mitchell, Samuel H. 
Ranell, Joseph 
Silvester, Thomas 
Tilden, John 
Young, Gideon 



Sergt. D. C. Chadwick's Guard at Falmouth, under General Goodwin. 

From September to December, 1814. 



Rank and Name. 
Samuel C. Chad wick, Sergeant 

Privates. 
Brown, Uziel 
Chadwick, Charles 



Chadwick, Thatcher 
Edwards, Asa 
Fish, Calvin 
Fish, Edward 
Gift'ord, Prince 
Hamblin, Barnabus 



Hamblin, Simeon 
Parker, Calvin 
Snow, Robinson 



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Sergt. S. Smith's Guard, under General Goodwin. 

One month or over, in October and November, 1S14. Service at Plymouth. 



Rank and Name. 


Drew, Charles 


Lamson, Alfred 


Svh'anus Smith, Sergeant 


Drew, Reuben, Jr. 


Morton, Josiah 


Elijah Baker, Sergeant 


Frazcr, John 


Peterson, George 




Fuller, Ck'orge 


Peterson, Nathaniel 


Privates. 


Glass, Consider 


Simmons, Noah 


Baker, Daniel 


Glass, Nathaniel 


Smith, Benjamin, Jr. 


Bates, Benjamin 


Goodspeed, David S. 


Smith, Jacob 


Delano, William 


Jameson, Levi 





Sergt. N. Chandler's Guard, under General Goodwin. 
From October to November, 1814. Service at Kingston. 



Rank and Name. 
Nathaniel Chandler, Sergeant 



Cook, Levi 
Faunce, Tilden 
Tupper, Pelcg 



Privates. 



Sergt. C. Goodwin's Guard, under Supervision of Gen. N. Goodwin. 

From October to November, 1814. Service at Pljmouth. 



Rank 


AND Name. 


Churchill, Nathan 


Norton, John L. 


Charles Goodwin, 


Sergeant 


Davis, Joseph 


Richmond, Alpheus 


Lemuel Simmonds 


Corporal 


Donham, John F. 


Robbins, Anselm 






Harlow, Amaziah 


Robbins, Benjamin 


P 


■ivates. 


Hathawav, Joshua 


Robbins, Jesse 


Allen, William 




Holmes, Andrew 


Robbins, John A. 


Bagnall, Benjamin 




Lauman, Samuel 


Rogers, Silvanus 


Barnes, Elkanah 




Marston, Henry 


Sherman, Thomas 


Bates, Isaac 




Mayo, Seth 


Smith, Abiather 


Bradford, David 




Milford, Joshua 


Turner, Jesse 


Bradford, Josiah 




Mitchell, Ebenezer 


Whiting, Ephraim 


Bratlford, Lemuel 




Nelson, Ebenezer, Jr. 





Capt. E. Lathrop's Company, under Supervision of General Lathrop. 

From Feb. 2 to Feb. 4, Sept. 17, Oct. 2 to Oct. 7, 1S14. Raised at Barnstable. Service at Falmouth. 



Rank and N.\me. 


Brown, Sylvanus 


Ewer, Barnabas 


Ebenezer Lathrop, Captain 


Childs, Samuel 


Gorham, Charles 


Gorham Hall, Lieutenant 


Chipman, Barnabas 


Gorham, John 


John Barsley, Jr., Ensign 


Chipman, Walter 


Gorham, John, Jr. 




Cobb, Benjamin 


Gorham, Nathaniel 


Asa Young, Sergeant 


Cobb, Eleazer, Jr. 


Gorham, Sylvanus 


William Cobb, Sergeant 


Cobb, Isaac 


Hall, Ezekiel 


James Childs, Sergeant 


Cobb, Jonathan 


Hall, John 


Joseph Barsley, Sergeant 


Cobb, Matthew 


Hallett, John, Jr. 




Cobb, Prentiss 


Hinckley, Benjamin 


Privates. 


Cobb, Richard 


Hinckley, Charles 


Allen, Charles 


Crocker, Asa 


Hincklev, Isaac 


Allen, Joseph 


Crocker, Cornelius 


Hinckley, Josiah 


Bacon, Ebenezer 


. Crocker, Loring 


Hinckley, Lot 


Bacon, Hemy 


Davis, Barzilla 


Hinckley, Otis 


Bacon, Oris, Jr. 


Davis, Edward S. 


Hinckley, William 


Baker, Davis 


Davis, George 


Jenkins, Charles 


Baker, Sylvester 


Davis, John, Jr. 


Larkin, John 


Barnes, William 


Davis, Nymphus 


Lewis, Seth 


Baxter, Charles 


Eldridge, Bartlett 


Loring, Elijah 


Bragg, William 


Estabrook, Charles G. 


Loring, Joshua 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. E. Lathrop's Company, under Supervision of General Lathrop — Concluded. 



Privates - 
Marston, Edward 
Marston, John 
Sears, Thomas 
Smith, Caleb 



 Concluded. 



Smith, James 
Smith, Nathaniel 
Smith, Reuben 
Sturgis, David 
Sturgis, Jackson 



Swift, Eben 
Thatcher, James 
Thatcher, John, Jr. 
Thatcher, Peleg 
Tupper, Lothrop, Jr. 



Lieut. Col. J. White's Regiment. 

Service at Salem. The several companies of this regiment were ordered to assemble 2 days in each week for military instruction and discipline, 

and it was not, properly speaking, military service. 

Field and Staff. 
Joseph Wliite, Lieutenant Colonel, Salem. 



Capt. J. C. King's Company, Lieut. Col. J. White's Regiment. 

From June 10 to Aug. 1, Sept. 22 to Oct. 5, 1S14. Service at Salem. This service was for military instruction only, from 2 to 10 days. 



Rank and Name. 


Chamberlin, Timothy 


Mansfield, James, Jr. 


James C. King, Captain 


Choate, John 


Newhall, George 


Edward Lander, Lieutenant 


Clout man, Joseph 


Norris, Jeremiah 


Abel Lawrence, Jr., Ensign 


Cross, Henry 


Orne, Edward 




Dean, George, Jr. 


Page, Saul 


Joseph Peabody, Sergeant 


Derby, Richard 


Palfrey, Thomas 


Benjamin Dow, Sergeant 


Endicott, Samuel 


Pitman, Michel 


Convers Tilden, Sergeant 


Eveleth, Joseph. Jr. 


Potter, Elijah 


George A. Ward, Sergeant 


Earless, James 


Potter, Thomas 


Thomas Earless, Corporal 


Felt, Ephraim 


Proctor, William 


Samuel B. Dudley, Corporal 


Fenno, John W. 


Rogers, Richard S. 


Samuel B. Derby, Corporal 


Gardner, John, 3d 


Rogers, William A. 


Joseph Dalton, Musician 


Gerard, Peter 


Safford, Nathaniel 




Goodale, Nathan 


Saltonstall, Richard 


Privates. 


Goss, Joseph 


Sandev, Edward A. H. 


Andrews, Isaac W. 


Gould, James 


Saunders, Edward 


Andrews, Nathaniel 


Grafton, George W. 


Shillaber, John 


•, Babbidge, Benjamin 


Hawkes, Benjamin, Jr. 


Smith, Jesse, Jr. 


Brooks, Saul 


Hodges, George A. 


Smith, Thomas 


Brooks, Thomas, Jr. 


Holman, Samuel 


Warner, Caleb 


Brown, Edward T. 


Ireland, Thomas 


Warner, John 


Buffum, James R. 


Leach, George 


Webb, William 


"^ Bullock, James 


Leach, Hardy 


West, Edward 


Chamberlin, Saul 


Low, William H. 





Capt. T. R. Williams' Company, Lieut. Col. J. White's Regiment. 
From June 20 to Aug. 5, 1814. Service at Salem. This service was for military instruction only, from 2 to 10 days. 



Rank and Name. 


V Babbidge, Benjamin 


Fo.x, Ebenezer 


Thomas R. Williams, Captain 


V Ballard, Henry 


Galland, Robert 


James Goodhue, Ensign 


Beckett, John 


Garrett, Joseph 


Jeremiah Goodhue, Ensign 


Bott, Linch 


Glover, George 




Bray, Daniel 


Gray, John 


John Quarter, Sergeant 


Chamberlin, Henry 


Gray, Saul 


Joseph Dalton, Musician 


Chandler, Benjamin 


Hammond, .lohn 


Henry Herbon, Musician 


Chrisijin, William 


Hart, Joseph 




Collier, Isaac 


Harvey, John 


Privates. 


Davenport, Thomas 


Henderson, Samuel 


Abbot, Ephraim 


Dodge, A. 


Henman, John 


Abbott, Saul 


Duncan, William 


Hill, David 


Adams, George 


Fishley, Benjamin 


Hobbs, Jeremiah 


Alcher, Daniel 


Foster, Stephen A. 


Hodgden, Saul 



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Capt. T. R. Williams' Company, Lieut. Col. J. White's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Pens, Robert 


Trask, Joseph 


Hutson, Thomas B. 


Petty, John 


Trask, Joshua 


Jewett, John 


Phippen, Abraham 


Upton, Robert 


Johnson, Saul 


Pierce, Ephraim 


Wakefield, William 


Kehew, John 


Rogers, Richard 


Webb, Thomas B. 


Knight, Aaron 


Saul, Joseph 


Webber, Henry 


Knight, Daniel 


Sawyer, Nathaniel 


White, Henry 


Lamson, Rufus 


Seague or Teague, Nathaniel 


Williams, John 


League, William 


Seague or Teague, Thomas 


Willis, Benjamin 


Mansfield, Benjamin 


Smith, Elliot 


Wilson, Robert 


Miller, Job 


Smothers, Benjamin 


Wood, Stephen 


Nichols, Henry 


Southwick, John 





Capt. S. Mansfield's Company, Lieut. Col. J. White's Regiment. 

From June 24 to Aug. 5, 1SI4. Service at Salem. This service was for military instruction-only, from 2 to 10 days. 



Rank ,^nd Name. 


Fabins, William 


Nichols, .lohn 


Samuel Mansfield, Captain 


Felt, Joseph 


Norwood, William 


Benjamin A. Dix, Lieutenant 


Felt, Nathaniel 


Perce, Jonathan 


Samuel Fabins, Ensign 


Fletcher, Amos 


Perkins, Jacob 




Flint, Elias 


Pierce, George P. 


Bryant Newcomb, Sergeant 


Florance, John 


Pike, Jacob 


John Bradshaw, Sergeant 


Foster, Jesse 


Poniroy, Arad 


Jonathan Whipple, Sergeant 


Frothingham, Caleb 


Preston, Da^^d 


William Kimljall, Sergeant 


Gibson, John 


Preston, Jonathan 


Joseph Dalton, Musician 


Oilman, Henry 


Price, William 


Joseph Chamberlin, Musician 


Glover, John H. 


Radford, John 




Goodhue, Isaac 


Richards, John 


Privates. 


Hall, Benjamin 


Richards, Walter 


Agge, Jacob 


Hamilton, Alexander 


Richardson, Edmund 


Akins, John 


Hamsted, Nathaniel 


Richardson, Isaac 


Arrington, Joseph 


Hardy, Temple 


Richardson, Stephen 


Bader, Charles 


Hathaway, William 


Russell, William 


Batchelder, William 


Hibbard, Joseph 


Searls, Stephen 


Berry, Oliver 


Hill, Henry 


Sibly, Joseph 


Boynton, Nathaniel 


Hunt, David 


Smith, George 


Brookhouse, Benjamin 


Ingalls, James 


Smith, William 


Brookhouse, Daniel 


Ingalls, Nathaniel 


Sparahawk, John 


Brown, Ephraim 


Ingalls, Thomas 


Stan wood, Saul 


Callum, Ebenezer 


IngersoU, George H. 


Stetson, William 


Carner, William 


Johnson, Samuel 


Thompson, Andrew 


Chamberlin, Hazen 


Joslin, William 


Thompson, Joseph A. 


Cilly, Cuttin 


Kilby, Nathaniel 


LTpton, Saul 


Clark, Ebenezer 


Kingman, Thomas 


Vanderford, Charles 


Clough, William 


Larrock, John 


Vent, James 


Colley, William 


Little, Daniel 


West, Nathaniel 


Collins, Dixy 


Low, Richard 


Wiggins, John D. 


Cross, Isaac 


Luscomb, Andrew 


Wiggins, Thomas D. 


Daland, John 


Mansficki, Nathaniel B. 


Wilson, Jonathan 


Erving, Joseph 


Marrow, William 


Winn, Erastus 


Eustis, Joseph 


Morton, David 




Fabins, Benjamin 


Moulton, Joseph 





Capt. William B. Dodge's Company, Lieut. Col. J. White's Regiment. 

From June 27 to Aug. 5, 1814. Service at Salem. This service was for military instruction only, from 2 to 10 days. 



Rank and Name. 
William B. Dodge, Captain 
William Stearnes, Lieutenant 
Dudley Kimball, Ensign 



David M. Prince, Sergeant 
John Chipman, Jr., Sergeant 
Saul Randall, Sergeant 
Charles Hill, Sergeant 



Jonathan Barry, Musician 
Aaron Wood, Musician 



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Capt. William. B. Dodge's Company, Lieut. Col. J. White's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates. 


Hutchinson, John 


Swan, Nathaniel 


Adams, Joseph 


Johnson, Mathew 


Swan, Samuel, Jr. 


Allen, John 


Jove, Joseph 


Swan, Saul 


Berry, John, Jr. 


Kilham, Daniel 


Swan, Thomas 


Berry, Oliver 


Patch, David 


Symonds, Ebenezcr 


Berry, William 


Peel, Robert, Jr. 


Symonds, Ephraim 


Carey, John 


Peirce, Henry 


Symonds, John 


Carey, Thomas 


Perkins, John 


Symonds, John D. 


Chamberlin, Daniel 


Prince, William H. 


Symonds, Joseph 


Chandler, William H. 


Randall, William 


Symonds, Nathaniel 


Cook, John M. 


Reed, Holtin 


Symonds, Samuel 


Cox, Joseph 


Richards, Joseph 


Symonds, Stephen 


Cushing, John 


Saltmarsh, Seth 


Symonds, Thomas, Jr. 


Davis, John 


Skerry, John 


S'saiionds. Thorndike 


Davis, William 


Smith, Jose jh 


Town, Elijah 


Fowler, Abraham 


Snelling, Jo m 


Town, Samuel 


Fuller, Nathan 


Stickney, John 


Treadwell, Samuel 


Gerry, Nathaniel 


Swan, Aaron 


Ward, Stephen 


Heiisler, George 


Swan, Benjamin 


Wheeler, Thomas 


Hitchings, Benjamin 


Swan, John 


Wilkins, John G. 


Hodgkins, Thomas 


Swan, Joseph 


Willy, James 



Capt. T. Oaks' Company, Lieut. Col. J. White's Regiment. 

From June 30 to July 18, 1S14. Service at Salem. This service was for military instruction only, from 2 to 10 days 



Rank and Name. 


Edwards, Joshua 


Peabody, Webster 


Thomas Oaks, Captain 


Endicott, Samuel, Jr. 


Pedrick, John 


John Clark, Lieutenant 


Forbes, Charles 


Pierce, George 


William Stickney, Ensign 


Gardner, John 


Prince, Ebsaphon 




Givum, James 


Roper, Benjamin 


Ebenezer Slocum, Sergeant 


Hall, Israel 


Rue, Benjamin 


Richard Hay, Sergeant 


Haywood, Aaron 


Sawyer, Saul 


Nathaniel Kimball, Sergeant 


Hazelton, Saul 


Silsbee, Zachariah F. 


Jonathan Webb, Sergeant 


Hersey, Abel 


Skerry, Chipman 


Henry Roper, Corporal 


Hobson, Moses 


Southworth, Richard 


John Harris, Corporal 


Horton, Benjamin 


Stickney, William 


John Sage, Corporal 


Jacobson, Mathias 


Stone, Benjamin 


Joseph Kittredge, Corporal 


Kelly, Christopher 


Sweeney, William 




Kennister, Edward 


Teague, Richard 


Privates. 


King, Nathaniel 


Underwood, George 


Beach, Joseph 


Knapp, Isaac 


Walden, Daniel 


Bickford, David 


Lampson, Benjamin 


Walden, Joseph 


Brown, Abraham 


Lefavor, Thomas 


Warner, Daniel 


Brown, Benjamin, Jr. 


Lord, Ammi 


Waters, John 


Brown, Enoch 


Lord, Philip 


Wells, Moses 


Caldwell, John 


Marker, Philip 


Wells, Nathaniel 


Clemens, Saul 


Moody, James 


Williams, Stepheiv 


Cloutman, Joseph 


Noyes, Abraham 


Willison, John 


Collins, Barnard 


Noyes, John 


Wittemore, Stephen 


Dean, Thomas 


Noyes, Lincoln 




Dodge, Josiah, Jr. 


Palfrey, Richard 





Capt. T. Oaks' Company, Lieut. Col. J. White's Regiment. 

From June 30 to July IS, 1814. Service at Salem. Thi.s service was for militarj- instruction only, from 4 to 10 days 



Rank and Name. 
Thomas Oaks, Captain 
John Clark, Lieutenant 
William Sticlaiey, Ensign 



Ebenezer Slocum, Jr., Sergeant 
Richard Hay, Sergeant 
Nathaniel Kimball, Sergeant 
Jonathan Webb, Sergeant 



Henry Ropes, Corporal 
John Harris, Corjioral 
John Sage, Corporal 
Asaph Kittredge, Corporal 



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Capt. T. Oaks' Company, Lieut. Col. J. White's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates. 


Hazelton, Saul 


Rue, Benjamin 


Bench, Joseph 


Hersey, Abel 


Sawyer, Saul 


Bickford, David 


Hobson, Moses 


Silsbee, Zacheus F. 


Brown, Abraham 


Horton, Benjamin 


Skerry, Ephraim 


Brown, Benjamin, Jr. 


Jacobson, Mathias 


Southworth, Richard 


Brown, Enocli 


Kelly, Christopher 


Stickney, William 


Caldwell, John 


Kenester, Edward 


Stone, Benjamin 


Clemens, Saul 


Knapp, Isaac 


Sweeney, William 


Cloutman, Jose]ih 


Lampson, Benjamin 


Teague, Richard 


Collins, Barnard 


LefavoiU', Thomas 


Underwood, George 


Dean, Thomas 


Lord, Ammi 


Walden, Daniel 


Dodge, Josiah, Jr. 


Lord, Philip 


Walden, Joseph 


Edwards, Joshua 


Markoe, Philip 


Wales, John 


Endicott, Samuel 


Moody, James 


Warner, Daniel 


Forbes, Charles 


Noyes, Simeon 


Wells, Moses 


Gardner, John 


Palfrey, Richard 


Wells, Nathaniel 


Gwinn, James 


Peabody, Webster 


Whittcmore, Stephen 


Hall, Israel 


Pedrick, John 


Williams, Stephen 


Hayes, Abraham 


Pierce, George 


Wilson, John 


Hayes, John 


Prince, Elsaphan 




Hayward, Aaron 


Roper, Benjamin 





Capt. B. Morgan's Company, Lieut. Col. J. White's Regiment. 

From July to August, 1S14. Service at Saleiu. This service was for military instruction onlj', from 4 to 10 days. 



Rank and Name. 


Clark, John 


Newhall, Dudley 


Benjamin Morgan, Captain 


Crowell, David 


Nordiss, Edward 


George Brown, Lieutenant 


Deland, Jonathan T. 


Nordiss, Henry 


Dana Linus, Ensign 


Derby, George 


Odell, James 




Derby, James 


Odell, Thomas 


David Ellsworth, Sergeant 


Field, Stephen 


Osboi'n, Jonathan 


Joseph B. Smith, Sergeant 


Frye, John W. 


Page, Samuel L. 


Aaron Porter, Sergeant 


Garilner, Benjamin 


Parth, Abraham 


James Gale, Sergeant 


Garet, Edward 


Patterson, H. 


Rufus Wetherell, Musician 


Garet, Jonathan 


Perkins, Daniel 


John Jones, Musician 


Garet, W. M. 


Perkins, Jonathan 




Glover, Ichabod 


Prescott, Peter 


Privates. 


Gould, Edmund 


Quillon, John P. M. 


Abbot, George 


Hale, Jonathan 


Richardson, James 


Andrews, John H. 


Johnson, Charles 


Rope, Joseph 


Balch, Benjamin 


Johnson, Edmund 


Sanborne, Mark 


Barr, John, Jr. 


Johnson, John 


Sanborne, Moses 


Barr, Robert 


Joy, John 


Scates, Joseph 


Barr, William 


Kinsbury, Daniel 


Sergent, Levi 


Bowker, Joel 


Lakeman, Robert M. 


Shillaber, Benjamin 


Bradly, William 


Lamson, Asa 


Smith, Benjamin W. 


Butchmore, Stephen 


Lamson, Joseph 


Smith, Charles 


Chapman, Benjamin 


Lander, William 


Waldow, Edward 


Cilly, Cutting 


Lord, Benjamin 


Waters, John 


Clark, Francis G. 


Moore, Elislia 


Welden, Solomon 



Capt. J. Edwards' Company, Lieut. CoL J. White's Regiment. 

From July 20 to Aug. .5, 1814. Service at Salem. This service was for military instruction only, from 2 to 10 days. 



Rank and Name. 
Joseph Edwards, Captain 
Josiah Lord, Lieutenant 
David Robbins, Ensign 



Jabez Treadwell, Sergeant 
Da\'id Lord, Sergeant 
William Haskell, Sergeant 
William Nicholas, Musician 
Sergent IngaUs, Musician 



Privates. 
Bachelder, Nathaniel 
Bickford, Joshua 
Blanchard, Saul T. 
Boardman, John 
Cook, James 



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Capt. J. Edwards' Company, Lieut. Col. J. White's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Johnson, Saul 


Putnam, William 


Doart, Samuel 


Kimball, Jonathan C. 


Robbins, David 


Felt, Joseph 


Kimball, Josiah 


Roberts, William 


George, Benjamin 


Lord, Ammi 


Runnalls, Valentine 


Hall, Moses 


Lord, Phihp 


Slemmon, Andrew 


Hard, Daniel 


Mclntire, Daniel 


Spiller, Moses 


Harris, Moses 


Neal, Jonathan, 4tli 


Stickney, Richard 


Haselton, Jonathan 


Neal, Joseph 


Symons, Saul 


Haslett, William 


Peabody, Webster 


Trumbull, Nathaniel 


Hobson, Moses 


Pearson, Joseph 


Tucker, Joseph 


Howard, Aaron 


Pierce, George P. 


Webber, Henry 



Capt. J. Howard's Company, Lieut. Col. J. White's Regiment. 

From July 6 to July 27, 1S14. Service at Salem. This service was for military instruction only, from 2 to 10 ilays. 



Rank and Name. 


Churchward, Timothy 


Leavitt, Charles 


John Howard, Captain 


Cloutman, George 


Lee, Joshua 


Ephraim Treadwell, Ensign 


Cook, James 


Needham, Benjamin 




Cross, Aaron 


Oaks, Joshua 


Joshua Grout, Sergeant 


Cross, Joseph 


Pervin, Meshack 


William Treadwell, Sergeant 


Crowninshield, Benjamin W. 


Prime, Henry 


William M. Brooks, Corporal 


Curtis, Nathaniel 


Roper, Saul 


Charles Hill, Corporal 


Deveroux, Thomas 


Russell, Benjamin 




Doland, Benjamin 


Sanders, Thomas M. 


Privates. 


Doland, Benjamin, 2d 


Saul, Thomas 


Adams, Ira 


Emery, Saul 


Shannon, M. 


Alden, Lott 


Englisli, Philip 


Shelden, Saul 


Ames, Peter 


Eveleth, Francis 


Strout, Joshua 


Barstow, Joseph 


Farley, James 


Swasey, Joseph 


Batchelder, Joshua 


Forrester, Charles 


Talum, Henry 


Boynton, Joshua 


Forrester, Thomas H. 


Teague, Jonathan 


Brooks, Charles 


Fry, William 


West, Thomas 


Brooks, Samuel 


Glidden, Jonathan 


Wilson, Jonathan 


Carlton, Joseph 


Hare, James S. 


Wood, Benjamin 


Chapman, Saul 


Hutchinson, Israel 




Chase, Jacob 


Lander, Warren 





Capt. S. Mansfield's Company, Lieut. Col. J. White's Regiment. 

From Sept. 9 to Oct. 10, 1814. Ser^dce at Salem. This service was for military instruction only, from 2 to 10 days. 



Rank and Name. 


Clough, William 


Keen, Shadrick 


Samuel Mansfield, Captain 


Cross, Isaac 


Kinsman, Thomas 


Benjamin A. Dix, Lieutenant 


Daland, John 


Larock, .John 


Samuel Fabins, Ensign 


Davis, William 


Little, Daniel 




English, Philip 


Low, Richard 


Bryant Newcomb, Sergeant 


Erving, Ernest A. 


Luscomb, Henry 


James Bradshaw, Sergeant 


Eustace. Joseph 


Martin, John 


Jonathan Whipple, Sergeant 


Fabins, Benjamin 


Moulton, Joseph 


William Kimljall, Sergeant 


Felt, Joseph 


Osborn, Ezra 


Joseph Chamlierlin, Musician 


Felt, Nathaniel 


Osgood, Jeremiah 


Andrews Shuman, Musician 


Fletcher, Amos 


Peirce, Jonathan 




Oilman, Henry 


Pike, Jacob 


Privates. 


Glover, Cook 0. 


Poniroy, Arad 


Barry, Oliver 


Hall, Benjamin 


Prenton or Preston, Jonathan 


Batchelder, William 


Hamilton, Alexander 


Preston, David 


Bodin, Charles 


Hobbard, Joseph 


Price, William 


Burdon, Thomas 


Hunt, Daniel 


Radford, John 


Galium, Ehenezcr 


Ingalls, James 


Richards, John 


Carnes, William 


Ingalls, Nathaniel 


Richards, Walter 


Clark, Ebenezer 


Ingalls, Thomas 


Russell, William 



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Capt. S. Mansfield's Company, Lieut. Col. J. White's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 
Sandwood, Samuel 
Satchwell, William 
Searls, Stephen 
Sibley, Joseph 
Smith, George 



Smith, William 
Sparrowhawk, John 
Stetson, William 
Thompson, Andrew 
Thompson, Joseph A. 
Upton, Samuel 



Vanderford, Charles 
Ware, Arstus 
Waters, John 
Wiggin, James D. 
Wiggin, Thomas D. 
Wilson, Jonathan 



Capt. B. Morgan's Company, Lieut. Col. J. White's Regiment. 

From Sept. 9 to Oct. 10, 1814. Service at Salem. This service was for military instruction only, from 2 to 10 days. 



Rank and Name. 


CiUv, Cutting 


Norris, Henry 


Benjamin Morgan, Captain 


Clark, Francis G. 


Odell, James 


George Brown, Lieutenant 


Clark, John 


Patterson, Hans 


Dana Lewis, Ensign 


Crowell, David 


Perkins, Daniel 




Frothingham, Nathaniel 


Perldns, John 


Joseph B. Smith, Sergeant 


Frye, John N. 


Phippcn, Robert 


Aaron Porter, Sergeant 


Garet, Edward 


Prescott, Peter 


James Gale, Sergeant 


Garet, William 


Quillon, John P. M. 


Benjamin Gardner, Musician 


Gould, Emerson 


Richardson, James 


John Jones, Musician 


Johnson, Charles 


Roberts, Joseph 




Johnson, E. 


Sanborne, Mark 


Privates. 


Joy, Jolm 


Scates, Joseph 


Balch, Benjamin 


Lamson, Asa 


Shillaber, Benjamin 


Barker, Jeremiah 


Larder, William 


Shorey, Benjamin 


Barr, William 


Lovett, Benjamin 


Smith, Benjamin W. 


Bowker, Joel 


Moore, Elisha 


Symonds, George 


Brown, Jonathan 


Newell, Dudley 


Waldo, Edward 


Burchmore, Stephen 


Nichols, Joseph P. 




Chamberhn, Hazen 


Norris, Edward, 3d 





Capt. J. Howard's Company, Lieut. Col. J. White's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Oct. 10, 1814. Service at Salem. This service was for military instruction only, from 2 to 10 days. 



Rank and Name. 


Barstow, Joseph 


Fry, Jonathan 


John Howard, Captain 


Brooks, Charles 


Greeley,»iPhilip 


Eplii-aim Treadwell, Lieutenant 


Brooks, William 


Hare, James S. 


John Choate, Ensign 


Carlton, Joseph 


HiO, Charles 




Chipman, Saul 


Leavitt, Charles 


Joseph Grant, Sergeant 


Chiu'chward, Timothy 


Lekeman, Richard M. 


Francis Pulsifer, Musician 


Cloutman, George 


Manning, Robert 


Benjamin Horton, Musician 


Cook, James 


Morrong, Jonathan 


Jacob Chase, Musician 


Cross, Aaron 


Needham, Benjamin 




Cross, Charles 


Patrick, William 


Privates. 


Cross, Joshua 


Sheldon, Samuel H. 


Adams, L'a 


Cross, Saul 


Swazy, Joseph 


Alden, Lot 


Daland, Benjamin 


Treadwell, William 


Ames, Peter 


Devereaux, Thomas 


Ward, Nathaniel 


Archer, George 


Emery, Saul 


Wilson, Jonathan 


Bachelder, Joshua 


Farley, James 





Capt. N. Blood's Company, Lieut. Col. J. White's Regiment. 

From Sept. 16 to Oct. 10, 1814. Service at Salem. This service was for military instruction only, from 2 to 10 days. 



Rank and Name. 
Nathan Blood, Captain 
Robert HiU, Lieutenant 
Joshua Chase, Ensign 



Saul Balch, Sergeant 
Thomas L. Wiggins, Sergeant 
Pierce L. Wiggins, Sergeant 
William Babbidge, Sergeant 



Richard Gale, Sergeant 
Richard Ward, Sergeant 
Joseph Hodge, Corporal 
Joseph Gardner, Corporal 



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Capt. N. Blood's Company, Lieut. Col. J. White's Regiment — Concluded. 



Rank and Name — Concluded. 


Dix, John 


Poland, Oliver 


Jacob Wood, Corporal 


Dockhan, Stephen B. 


Polin, David 


William Foye, Corporal 


Dodge, Judah 


Read, Robert 


v/ Timothy Wellman, Corporal 
/* John Beckett, Corporal 


Donaldson, Alexander 


Richards, Stephen 


Durant, Edward 


Richardson, Asa 


Richard Hill, Musician 


Fairfield, Samuel 


Richardson, Epliraim 


Benjamin Balch, Musician 


Foster, Isaac P. 


Richardson, Robert 


Hugh Pike, Musician 


Fuller, James 


Ring, Daniel 




Gale, Stephen 


Ropes, Ebenezer 


Privates. 


Gilmour, Joseph 


Sabor or Tabor, David 


Abbot, Elias 


Goss, Francis 


Safford, Joshua 


Adams, Amos 


Griffin, Nathaniel 


Shehan, Daniel 


AUen, William 


Hall, Spencer 


Silsbee, Nathaniel S. 


Andrews, Daniel 


Hammond, John L. 


Silsbee, Samuel 


Andrews, Saul 


Hill, Henry 


Silsbee, William 


Andrews, Thomas 


Hill, Simon 


Skeery, William 


Austin, William 


Hitchings, Nathaniel 


Smith, James 


. Babbidge, John P. 


Hodgdon, Robert 


Southwick, Joseph 


Battin, John 


Hodges, George 


Stickney, Charles 


Becket, William 


HuUn, William 


Sumner, George 


Beson, Saul 


Hutcliinson, William 


Surner or Tm-ner, John 


Bickford, Thomas 


Isaacs, James 


Swasey, John 


Blanchard, Daniel 


Kenny, Jesse 


Taylor, Andrew 


Boardman, John 


Kimball, Ebenezer 


Taylor, George 


Boynton, Stephen 


Kimball, Nathaniel 


Town, Joshua 


Bright, Thomas 


KJng, Samuel 


Towzer, William 


Brown, David 


Lambert, Saul 


Ward, Andrew 


Brown, John, 3d 


Lane, John 


Ward, George H. 


Brown, William 


Lawrence, Lewis 


Webb, Thomas 


Chase, Plummer 


Lebetter, Daniel 


Webb, William 


Cheaver, James 


Marque, Phihp 


JuWellman, Timothy 
"*\Velsh, James 


Clafford, Peter 


Millet, Charles 


CUff, James 


Millet, Jonathan 


Whittemore, John 


Clough, Andrew 


Nesmith, Adam 


Whittle, James • 


Cloutman, Saul 


Nichols, John 


Williams, George 


Colfield, Anthony D. 


Ober, WiOiam 


Williams, Joljn, Jr. 


Collins, Robert 


Oliver, William 


Wilson, Charles 


CrandaU, John 


Palfrey, Andrew 


Wright, George 


Davis, John 


Peel, Robert 


Wynn, Sylvanus 


Davis, Richard 


Phippen, Hardy 





Capt. S. White's Company, Lieut. CoL J. White's Regiment. 

From Sept. 17 to Oct. 10, 1814. Service at Salem. This service was for military instruction only, from 2 to 10 day.s. 



Rank and Name. 


Briggs, Abner 


Pettyplace, William 


Stephen White, Captain 


Briggs, Saul 


Potts, William H. 


John Dodge, Lieutenant 


Burrill, Elijah G. 


Proctor, Thorndike 


Saul Chadwick, Ensign 


Burrill, Josiah G. 


Purviss, J. 




Chadwick, John 


Raines, Miles 


Samuel Webb, Sergeant 


Cheever, Joseph 


Rantoul, William 


S. W. Shepard, Sergeant 


Dowst, Samuel 


Richardson, John 


Jonathan Ward, Sergeant 


Driver, Stephen 


Silver, James 


David Becket, Sergeant 


Forbes, Charles 


Story, Franklin 


John Jameson, Musician 


Foster, John B. 


Todd, Jeremiah 


Benjamin Horton, Musician 


Gardner, Robert 


Townsend, Penu 




Gavitt, Jonathan 


Upton, Edward 


Privates. 


Hammond, Daniel 


Wallace, Elisha F. 


Atkins, John 


Hutchinson, Thomas 


Ward, Andrew 


Auker, John, 3d 


Lee, Joseph L. 


Ward, Saul 


Barr, John S. 


MacintjTC, Joseph 


Warner, Joseph 


Besson, Jonathan 


Mansfield, John 


Webb, Jonathan 


Boardman, Francis 


McCarthy, James 


Wellington, Thaddeus 


Brace, James, Jr. 


Millet, Jonathan 


Whittidge, Henry T. 


Bray, John 


Palfrey, Warwick 


Winn, John 



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Capt. D. Davis' Company, Lieut. CoL J. White's Regiment. 

From July 1 to Aug. 2, 1814. Service at Salem. This service was for military instruction only, from 4 to 10 days. 



Rank and Name. 


Deveraux, Humphrey 


Phipps, Joseph 


Da^^d Davis, Captain 


Dodge, P. 


Pickering, Stephen 


David Safford, Lieutenant 


Easty, Jeremiah 


PillsbiuT, Silas 


Benjamin Hawes, Ensign 


Fabins, John 


Pitman, Benjamin 




Fernal, William 


Potter, Jesse 


Stephen Hawes, Sergeant 


Foster, John 


Potter, Nathaniel 


Benjamin Nichols, Sergeant 


Foster, John B. 


Proctor, Ebenezer 


William Harris, Sergeant 


Frothingham, Richard S. 


Proctor, Hadley 


Samuel Cleves, Sergeant 


Fry, Ebenezer 


Proctor, Willoughby 




Gardner, John 


Putman, Saul 


Privates. 


Gillet, Marcus 


Richardson, Parker 


Annable, Benjamin 


Grant, John 


Robbins, Thomas 


Atkins, James 


Green, Nathan 


Shreve, Isaac 


Bancroft, Stephen 


Griffin, Dudly 


Smith, William 


Bancroft, Thomas 


Ham, Moses 


Trask, Enoch 


Batchelder, Nathaniel 


Harrington, Jonas 


Town, Elijah 


Bradley, H. 


Hentry, Saul F. 


Twist, WiUiam 


Brown, Saul 


Hopkins, Daniel 


Very, Robert 


Burbank, Caleb 


IngersoU, Sargent 


Very, William 


Carlton, Francis 


Kenny, Moses 


Waring, James 


Chamberlin, Joseph 


Lurch, Hardy 


Wellman, Samuel E. 


Cheever, William 


Moulton, Bartholomew 


Welhnan, Stephen 


Clark, Charles C. 


Neal, Joseph 


White, Moses 


Dalton, Eleazer 


Noble, Joseph 


Wilson, Nathaniel 


Davis, John 


Page, Woodberry 


Winchester, Bancroft 



Capt. D. Davis' Company, Lieut. Col. J. White's Regiment. 

From Sept. 19 to Oct. 10, 1814. Service at Salem. This service was for military instruction only, from 2 to 10 days. 



Rank and Name. 


Dickerman, Caleb 


Potter, Jesse 


David Davis, Captain 


Dole, Benjamin 


Potter, Nathaniel 


David Safford, Lieutenant 


Dole, William 


Proctor, Benjamin 


Benjamin Hawes, Ensign 


Easty, Jeremiah 


Proctor, Ebenezer 




Farrington, Ebenezer 


Proctor, George 


Stephen Haws, Sergeant 


Foster, John 


Proctor, Willoughby 


Isaac Shreve, Sergeant 


Gardner, John 


Richardson, Parker 


Elijah Towne, Sergeant 


Gillet, Marcus 


Stone, Isaac 


Woodbury Page, Sergeant 


Griffin, Dudly 


Trask, Enoch 


John Batchelder, Musician 


Ham, Moses 


Twist, William 


Aaron Guilford, Musician 


Harrington, John 


Very, James 


Moses Renney, Musician 


Harris, William 


Very, William 




Hopkins, Daniel 


Vicory, Robert 


Privates. 


IngersoU, Sargent 


Walch, Abraham 


Allen, Otis 


McEntire, Samuel F. 


Waring, James 


Annable, Benjamin 


Moulton, Bartholomew 


Wellman, Oliver 


Bancroft, Stephen 


Osborn, James 


Wellman, Samuel E. 


Bancroft, Thomas 


Palmer, Stephen 


Wellman, Stephen 


Brown, Saul 


Parks, Ebenezer 


White, Moses 


Burbank, Caleb 


Phipps, Joseph 


Whittington, Francis 


Clark, Charles C. 


Pickering, Stephen 


Wilson, Nathaniel 


Davis, John 


Pitman, Saul 





Capt. W. B. Dodge's Company, Lieut. CoL J. White's Regiment. 
From Sept. 19 to Oct. 10, 1814. Service at Salem. This service was for military instruction only, from 4 to 10 days. 



Rank and Name. 
William B. Dodge, Captain 
William Stearns, Jr., Lieutenant 
Dudley Kimball, Ensign 



David N. Prince, Sergeant 
John Chipman, Sergeant 
Samuel Randall, Sergeant 
Charles Hill, Sergeant 



Jonathan Berry, Musician 
Aaron Wood, Musician 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. W. B. Dodge's Company, Lieut. Col. J. White's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates. 


Hensler, George 


Swan, Samuel 


Adams, Joseph 


Hodgkins, Thomas 


Swan, Thomas 


Adams, Saul 


Hutchingson, John 


Symonds, Ebenezer, Jr. 


Allen, John 


Joye, Joseph 


Symonds, Ephraim 


Berry, John 


Patch, Abraham 


Symonds, John, 3d 


Berry, John, Jr. 


Peel, Josiah 


Symonds, Jonathan, Jr. 


Berry, Oliver 


Perkins, John 


Symonds, Joseph 


Berry, William 


Pope, Jesper 


Symonds, Nathaniel 


Bott, Linch 


Prince, William H. 


Symonds, Samuel 


Carey, John 


Randall, William 


Symonds, Stephen 


Carey, Joseph W. 


Rodgers, Nathaniel 


Symonds, Thomas 


Carey, Thomas 


Saltmarsh, Seth 


Symonds, Thorndikc 


Chamberlin, Daniel 


Skerry, John, Jr. 


Town, Elijah 


Cook, John M. 


Smith, Joseph 


Town, Samuel 


Cox, Joseph 


Snelling, John 


Trumbull, W. 


Cushing, Caleb 


Swan, Aaron 


Tucker, Joseph 


Cushing, John 


Swan, Benjamin 


Ward, Stephen 


Davis, William 


Swan, John 


Wiley, James 


Fuller, Nathan 


Swan, Joseph 


Wilkins, John G. 


Gerry, Nathaniel 


Swan, Nathaniel 





Capt. J. Edwards' Company, Lieut. Col. J. White's Regiment. 

From Sept. 19 to Oct. 10, 1814. Service at Salem. This service was for military instruction only, from 2 to 10 days. 



Rank and Name. 


Converse, Robert 


McEntire, Daniel 


Joseph Edwards, Captain 


Cook, James 


Morey, John 


Josiah Lord, Lieutenant 


Far, Samuel 


Neal, Jonathan 


David Robbins, Ensign 


Felt, Joseph 


Neal, Joseph 




Fox, Ebenezer 


Peabody, Webster 


Jabez Treadwell, Sergeant 


George, Benjamin 


Pearson, Joseph 


David Lord, Sergeant 


Hall, Benjamin 


Pierce, George T. 


William Haslett, Sergeant 


Hall, Moses 


Putman, William 


William Nichols, Sergeant 


Heard, Daniel 


Roberts, William 


Sergent Ingalls, Musician 


Hobson, Moses 


Russell, Valentine 


James Boardman, Musician 


Howard, Aaron 


Semond, Samuel 




Johnson, Saul 


Spiller, Moses 


Privates. 


Kimball, Jonathan C. 


Sticky, Richard 


Batchelder, Nathaniel 


Kimball, Josiah 


Turnbull, Nathaniel 


Bickford, Joshua 


Larrabee, Samuel 


Webber, Henry 


Blanchard, Samuel T. 


Lord, Ammi 




Bright, William 


Lord, Philip 





Capt. T. R. Williams' Company, Lieut. Col. J. White's Regiment. 

From Sept. 19 to Oct. 10, 1S14. Service at Salem. This service was for military instruction only, from 2 to 10 days 



Rank and Name. 


Crowninshield, Benjamin 


Nichols, William 


Thomas R. Williams, Captain 


Davenport, Thomas 


Perkins, Thomas 


John Adams, Lieutenant 


Deland, Robert 


Phippen, Abraham 


Jeremiah Goodhue, Ensign 


Duncan, William 


Price, Ephraim 




Fishley, Benjamin 


Rider, Joseph 


John Quarles, Sergeant 


Garrett, Joseph 


Saul, Joseph 




Gavitt, Saul 


Sawyer, Nathaniel 


Privates. 


Gray, John, 3d 


Smith, Eliott 


Abbott, Saul 


Gray, Saul 


Southwick, Jolm 


Bott, Lynch 


Hart, Joseph 


Spiller, Job 


Botton, William 


Henderson, Saul 


Teague, John G. 


Burpee, Joseph 


Hodgdon, Saul 


Teague, Thomas 


Chamberlin, Henry 


Hodges, Gamaliel 


Teague, William 


Chandler, Benjamin 


Knight, Aaron 


Trask, Joseph 


Cowell, Saul 


Mansfield, Benjamin 


Willis, Benjamin 


Crispin, William 


Nichols, Henry 





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Capt. P. Wells' Company, Lieut. Col. J. Russell's Regiment. 

From Sept. 19 to Oct. 7, ISli. Service at Salem. Artillery Company, 4 to 10 days. 



Rank and Name. 


Carlton, Daniel 


Manning, Richard 


Pliilip Wells, Captain 


Carter, Asa 


Marks, John 


John Brooks, Lieutenant 


Cleveland, George 


Merrill, Jonathan 


Heni'v Whipple, Lieutenant 


Cleverly, Saul 


Moriarty, John 




Darlin, Michel C. 


Moulton, David 


Thomas Brown, Sergeant 


Devereux, Humphrey 


Nichols, George 


Jacob Town, Sergeant 


Edgerly, Peter 


Noyes, Michel 


Joseph D. Chandler, Sergeant 


Emerson, Cyrus B. 


Palfrey, Warwick 


Saul Eveleth, Sergeant 


Flint, Joseph 


Palmer, Enoch 


Jonathan M. Farnham. Corporal 


Gardner, Benjamin 


Perkins, Elisha 


John C. Thayer, Corporal 


Gliddcn, Joseph 


Rand, Ebenezer 


Aaron Osborne, Corporal 


Goldthwait, Ezekiel 


Seaver, Thomas 


Ebenezer Himrnan, Corporal 


Goldthwait, Luther 


Town, Stephen 


Benjamin Foster, Musician 


Hale, John 


Waldo, Jonathan 


Luther Spaulding, Musician 


Hardy, Temple 


Webster, Peter E. 




Hildreth, Alvan 


Wiggin, Asa 


Privates. 


Hunt, Benjamin B. 


Wolcott, Calvin 


Allen, David 


Jones, John 




Bean, Jude 


Knight, William 


Drivers. 


Berry, Jonathan 


Lee, Andrew 


Breed, Josiah 


Brown, Saul 


Lord, Joseph H. 


Boynton, Joshua 
Moreland, James 



Capt. S. P. Lewis' Company, under General Stanton, Jr. 

Service 3J days in August, 1S12. There is doubt by the compiler of the correctness of the fact of this company having rendered any service in 
the War of 1812-14, for the reason that, though Simon P. Lewis, captain. Welcome Horsey, lieutenant, and Benjamin Congdon, ensign, 
are given as serving from Charlestown in Third Regiment, Third Brigade, under Gen. Joseph Stanton, Jr., none of these "officers" are 
found of record to have been in service or in any way connected with the Massachusetts Vohuiteer Militia previous to and subsequent 
to 1814. 



Rank and Name. 


Browning, John 


Crandall, John 


Simon P. Lewis, Captain 


Browning, John (or Stephen) 


Cross, Joseph 


Welcome Hersey or Horsey, Lieutenant 


Burdish, Lodowick 


Cross, William 


Benjamin Congdon, Ensign 


Card, Achus 


Green, Azek 




Card, Jeffrey 


Grinol, Wilson 


Simeon Perry, Sergeant 


Card, Jelly 


Lewis, Augustus L, Jr. 


Littlebridge Green, Sergeant 


Card, William 


Moon, Robert 




Church, Charles 


Noyes, Joshua 


Privates. 


Clark, Christopher 


Shingon, Elisha 


Babcock, Elisha 


Clark, Elias 


Worden, Isaac 


Browning, Clark 


Clark, Gardner 




Browning, George 


Clark, Stephen 





MAINE. 



Massachusetts Volunteer Militia in the War of 1812. 



Division and Brigade Staff. 

From Sept. 8 to Nov. 9, 1814. Service at Portland. 



Division and Brig.\de Staff Officers. 


Brigadier General and Staff. ^ 


Band. 


Alford Richardson, Major General, North 




Henry Knowlton, Band Master, Port 


Yarmouth 


James Iri.sh, Jr., Brigadier-General, Gor- 


land 




ham 


Samuel Clark, Deputy Band Master 


Abel W. Athcrton, Aid-de-camp, Port- 




William Davis, Musician 


land 


Francis Osgood, Brigade Major, Port- 


Mark Johnson, Musician 


Edward Russell, Aid-de-camp, North 


land 


Stephen Field, Musician 


Yarmouth 


Nathaniel Thomes, Brigade Quarter- 


Joseph Frye, Musician 


William B. Sewall, Judge Advocate, Port- 


master, Gorham 


Thomas C. Wood, Musician 


land 






Barnabas Bartol, Division Quartermaster, 






Freeport 







, From Aug. 1 to Nov. 1, 1814. 



Capt. Jacob Auld's Company of Artillery. 

In the service of United States at the forts and garrisons at Damariscotta, St. George, Edgecomb and Phipsburg. 



Rank and Name. 
Jacob Auld, Captain 
David Hotlgkins, Lieutenant 
Jeremiah Holton, Lieutenant 
John Robinson, Ensign 

Daniel Newcomb, Sergeant 
John Foye, Sergeant 
Bela Packard, Sergeant 
Daniel Oliver, Sergeant 
Joseph Adams, Sergeant 
John FuUerton, Corporal 
Samuel Houston, Corporal 
Daniel Sandford, Corporal 
Jacob Sidelinger, Corporal 
William Suller, Corporal 
Thomas Mclntire, Musician 
William Marshall, Musician 

Privates. 
Bailey, John 
Barlow, Samuel 
Bean, Isaac 
Blackwell, Alfred 
Boldin, Sargent 
Boyd, James 
Bradford, Charles 
Bricc, William, 3d 
Brown, John, 3cl 
Brown, William 
Caine, John 
Campbell, James 
Chappels, James 



Coombs, Samuel 
Dalton, Jesse 
Dogett, Frederick 
Dow, Thomas 
Erskine, George 
Erskine, John 
Farnham, Ebenezer 
Farnham, Samuel 
Fitch, Timothy 
Ciould, Edward 
Guy, Jesse 
Hail, John 
Hall, William 
Hariden, Andrew 
Hurd, mioses 
Hustin, Josiah 
Jones, John 
Jones, Shadrack 
Kelloch, Benjamin 
Kelly, Isaac 
Knight, John A. 
Light, James 
Little, Jacob T. 
Little, Samuel 
Little, William M. 
McFarland, John 
McFarland, John, 2d 
McKenney, George 
Montgomery, Nathaniel 
Moses, Timothy, Jr. 
Mossman, Aaron 
Noyce, Enoch 
Oliver, Jacob 



Overlook, Godfrey 
Poland, John 
Reed, Henry 
Richards, Daniel 
Roak, Daniel 
Roe, Rufus 
Rogers, Enocli 
Royal, Jacob 
Sheldon, Nathaniel W. 
Spear, Mark 
Spear, William 
Stahl, Jacob 
Stebbins, Thomas 
Stephens, Samuel 
Stoddard, Jacob T. 
Suckforth, Philip 
Tibbets, Giles 
Tilson, Gilbert 
Tool, Andrew 
Trask, William 
Trask, William, 2d 
Tyler, Timothy 
Varnum, William 
Vining, Daniel 
Walker, George 
Warren, Phineas 
Watson, James 
Weeks, David S. 
Welch, Lawrence 
Wire, James 
Worthing, Benjamin 
Wylie, Alex 



Maj. A. Blossom's Battalion of Artillery. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 24, 1S14. 



Field and Staff. 
Alden Blossom, Major, Turner 
Hiram Bradford, Ailjutant, Turner 
James Perry, Quartermaster, Paris 



September 7 to September 20. 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEEE MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. J. Bemis' Company, Major Blossom's Battalion of Artillery. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 24. ISH. Raised at Paris. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Fuller, Isaiah 




Jonathan Bemis, Captain 


Barrows, Asa 


Hall, Cyprian 






Bemis, Francis 


Jackson, Jacob 


' 


David Bemis, Sergeant 


Besse, Anthony 


Jackson, Lemuel 




Amos Armsby, Sergeant 


Bird, John 


Jackson, Sylvanus 




Jonathan Bemis, Sergeant 


Bird, John, 2d 


Morse, Seth 




James Bemis, Sergeant 


Bullen, Daniel 


Pratt, Jedediah 




Benjamin Jackson, Corporal 


BuUen, John R. 


Pray, Abraham 




Frederic N. Hall, Corporal 


Churchill, Sprague 


Rawson, Emor 




Benjamin Hammon, Corporal 


Cushman, Ebenezer 


Rawson, Nathaniel W. 




Isaiah Willis, Corporal 


Daniels, James 


Shaw, Solomon 




Joseph Jackson, Musician 


Daniels, Joseph 


Stevens, Benjamin 




Moses Hammon, Musician 


Deane, Asa 


Stout, Peter B. 






Durell, Peter 


Stout, Peter B., 2d 






Durell, William 


Woodbury, John 






Field, Ansel 







Maj. J. Chandler's Battalion of Artillery. 

From Sept. 14 to Sept. 24, 1814. Awaiting orders at Hallowell. Stationed at Vassalborough. 

Field and Staff. 
Joseph Chandler, Major, Monmouth 
Jonathan G. Huntoon, Adjutant, Readfield 
John S. Kimball, Quartermaster, Augusta 



Capt. S. G. Ladd's Company, Major Chandler's Battalion of Artillery. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 24, 1814. Raised at Hallowell. Service at Wiscassett. 



Rank and Name. 


Branscomb, James 


Lakeman, Thomas, Jr. 


Samuel G. Ladd, Captain 


Clark, Joel 


McCausland, Charles 


Jedediah Lakeman, Lieutenant 


Cottrill, John 


McCausland, Jeremiah 


Joseph S. Smith, Lieutenant 


Couch, George 


Norcross, Thomas 




Crane, John, 2d 


Norris, Jonathan C. 


Abraham Thurle, Sergeant 


Cross, William 


Nye, Charles 


Samuel Tenney, Sergeant 


Dana, Thomas 


Pollard, George 


Daniel Norcross, Sergeant 


Dennis, Thomas 


Pray, Jonathan 


David Stickney, Sergeant 


Devenport, Nathaniel 


Railings, John W. 


Ezekiel Goodall, Corporal 


Dummer, Joseph 0. 


Read, John 


Richard Dana, Corporal 


Fowl or Towl, Robert L. 


Robinson, Asa 


William Livermore, Jr., Corporal 


Freeman, Ebenezer 


Sewall, Moses 


Cromwell Aldrich, Corporal 


French, Edmund 


Shaw, George 


John Woods, Musician 


Gardiner, John 


Smith, Henry 


Levi Johnson, Musician 


Goodwin, John 


Stickney, Amos 


Aaron Bickford, Musician 


Greeley, Eben B. 


Stickney, Benjamin, Jr. 


Harvey Porter, Musician 


Haskins, Samuel 


Stickney, Paul 


John Dennet, Musician 


Hinkley, Benjamin 


Sweet, Samuel, Jr. 




Hinkley, Holmes 


Talpy, Oliver 


Privates. 


Hodges, Benjamin 


Trask, James 


Alexander, Joseph 


Kent, Frederick A. 


Woodbury, William A. 


Bardotte, Joseph 


Kimball, Cook 


Wyman, Jacob 



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Capt. S. Ranlett's Company, Major Chandler's Battalion of Artillery. 

From Sept. 1-1 to Sept. 23, 1814. Raised at Monmouth. Service at Wiscassctt, awaiting orders. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Hamm, Robert 


Samuel Ranlott, Captain 


Allen, Eliab 


Kimball, Heber 


Dudley Moodj', Lieutenant 


Allen, Luther 


King, Bernard 


Eleazer Smith, Lieutenant 


Andrews, Arthur 


Ladd, Paul 




Beal, David 


Marshall, John 


Ebenezer Freeman, Sergeant 


Billington, Isaac 


Morse, Aaron 


Jacob Miller, Jr., Sergeant 


Bingham, Preston 


Noyes, Samuel 


Jcseph Kelly, Sergeant 


Butler, Samuel 


Prescott, Newell 


James Fairbanks, Sergeant 


Fairbanks, Dennis 


Prescott, Stephen 


Asa Robbins, Jr., Corporal 


Fairbanks, Enos 


Robbins, Cyi-us 


Jason Prescott. Corporal 


Fairbanks, Jesse 


Smith, Clark 


Pliineas Killv, Corporal 


Fairbanks, John 


Welch, Otis 


Marcus Gilbert, Corporal 


Fogg, Peleg B. 


Whittier, Nathaniel 


Levi Gilbert, Musician 


Foster, Freeman 




Benjamin Berry, Musician 


Fowle or Towie, Benjamin, Jr. 





Capt. S. Randlett's Company of Artillery, detached from Maj. J. Chandler's Battalion and attached to Lieut. Col. E. 

Sherwin's Regiment. 

From Sept. 24 to Nov. 8, 1814. Raised at Monmouth and vicinity. Service at Wiscassett and vicinity. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Foster, Freeman 


Samuel Randlett, Captain 


Adams, Solomon 


Gould, Nathaniel W. 


Dudley Moody, Lieutenant 


Allen, Eliab 


Green, Guy 


Henry Butterfield, Lieutenant 


Allen, Luther 


Kimball, Heber 


Eleazer Smith, Lieutenant 


Andrews, Arthur 


King, Bernard 




Bartlett, Edward 


Ladd, Paul 


Ebenezer Freeman, Sergeant 


Bartlett, Flavel 


Maxwell, James B. 


Jacob Miller, Sergeant 


Beal, David 


Mercy, Leonard, Jr. 


Joseph Kelley, Sergeant 


Billington, Isaac 


Morse, Aaron 


James Fairbanks, Sergeant 


Bingham, Parsons 


Morton, Ephraim, Jr. 


William Talcott, Sergeant 


Blake, Nathaniel 


Morton, George 


Benjamin Butler, Sergeant 


Butler, Moses 


Morton, Zebulon 


Asa Robbins, Corporal 


Butler, Moses S., 2d 


Noyes, Samuel 


Jason Prescott, Corporal 


Butler, Samuel 


Pinkham, Nathan 


Phineas Kelley, Corporal 


Butler, William 


Prescott, Newell 


Marcus Gilbert, Corporal 


Butterfield, Joseph 


Prescott, Stephen 


Levi Gilbert, Musician 


Chandler, Moses 


Smith, Samuel 


Benjamin Berry, Musician 


Clark, Smith 


Spooner, Benjamin 


Peleg B. Fogg, Musician 


Corey, Daniel 


Spooner, Shubal 


Jesse Fairbanks, Musician 


Dodge, John 


Towl, Benjamin, Jr. 


John Marshall, Musician 


Fairbanks, Dennis 


Wethern, Benjamin 




Fairbanks, Enos 


Whittier, Nathaniel 




Fairbanks, John 


Winslow, Nicholas 



Maj. D. Holden's Battalion of Artillery. 

From June 20 to June 22, and Sept. 10 to Sept. 29, 1814. Service at Bath. 



Field and Staff. 
Daniel Holden, Major, Topsham 
Seth Trufant, Adjutant, Bath 
Irvin C. Loring, Quartermaster, Bath 



Noncommissioned Staff. 
Daniel Foster, Quartermaster Sergeant 



Miiney, Peter 
Loring, David R. 
Casdiff, William 



Waiters. 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1S12. 



Capt. P. O.Alden's Company, Maj. D. Holden's Battalion of Artillery. 

From June 20 to June 22, and Sept. 10 to Sept. 29, 1814. Raised at Brunswick. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Dunlap, Joseph 


Osgood, Eliphalet 


Peter 0. Alden, Captain 


Gray, Uriah (D.) 


Owen, John, 2d 


Robert Eastman, Lieutenant 


Gwin, William, Jr. 


Owen, Philip, Jr. 


Tliomas Pennell, Lieutenant 


Hall, Robert 


Potter, William S. 


Harvey Stutson, Lieutenant 


Hunt, Jeremiah 


Powers, Paul 




Hunt, John 


Pray, Edmund 


Edward Welch, Sergeant 


Kimball, Dean 


Simpson, Thomas 


Johnson Dunham, Sergeant 


Kincaid, Patrick 


Stanwood, Thomas 


Charles Stutson, Sergeant 


Littlefield, Moses 


Todd, John 


George Hedge, Musician 


Lunt, John 


Toothaker, Charles 




Merrill, James 


Toothaker, William 


Privates. 


Morse, Ephraim 


Welch, Reid 


Carey, James, Jr. 


Morse, Lemuel 


Wilmot, Orlando 


Cumings, Samuel S. 


Murry, Trueworthy 


Wing, Allen 


Danforth, Isaac 


Nelson, James 





Capt. N. Sprague's Company of Artillery, Maj. D. Holden's Battalion. 

From June 20 to June 22, and Sept. 10 to Sept. 29, 1814. Raised at Bath. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Cleavis, William P. 


Morrison, Richard 


Nathaniel Sprague, Captain 


Coller, David 


Osgood, Jonathan 


Samuel Noble, Lieutenant 


Davis, John 


Osgood, Samuel 




Dexter, David 


Owens, Benjamin 


Edward H. Page, Sergeant 


Fassctt, John 


Pettingill, David 


Philip Owen, Sergeant 


Foster, James 


Pettingill, Summers 


Dunham or Durham Witham, Sergeant 


Getchell, Peter 


Robinson, Bryant 


Samuel Hodgkins, Sergeant 


Hinkley, Matthew 


Sprague, Peleg 


David Dexter, Corporal 


Hodgkins, Samuel B. 


Stinson, Samuel 


William Stinson, Corporal 


Huff, Samuel 


Stinson, William 


William Winslow, Musician 


Hutchins, William 


Turner, Fobes 




Littlefield, Joseph 


Wakefield, James 


Privates. 


McGill, Benjamin 


Weeks, William 


Averill, Daniel L 


McKcnney, Brooks 


Whittemore, Gamaliel 


Bennett, William L. 


Mitchell, I']liphalet 


Whittemore, William D. 


Brown, Consider 


Mitchell, Joseph 


Witham, Samuel 


Brown, Nathaniel 


Morrison, Nathaniel 


Woodward, Cyra 



Capt. N. Walker's Company, Maj. D. Holden's Battalion of Artillery. 

From June 20 to June 22, and Sept. 10 to Sept. 29, 1814. Raised at Topsham. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Crosby, Ebenezer 


Thomas, George 


Nathaniel Walker, Captain 


Dennett, William 


Towncs, Samuel 


James Cook, Lieutenant 


Gray, Solomon 


Tuttle, Josiah 


Nahum Perkins, Lieutenant 


Green, Gardner 


Wager, William 




Haley, James 


Weymouth, Moses 


Samuel Perkins, Sergeant 


Hanes or Harris, Reuben 




John Wentworth, Sergeant 


Harding, Richard C. 


Hostlers. 


Moses Plummer, Corporal 


Hinldey, Ezekiel 


Hinkley, James 


Abner Haley, Musician 


Hunneford, William 


Holbrook, Jesse 




Jack, John 


Wilson, John, 4th 


Privates. 


Plummer, Lemuel D. 




Alexander, David 


Plummer, Nathaniel 


Waiters. 


Baker, Jonathan 


Rollings, Aaron 


Cook, Lincoln 


Brown, Robert 


Thomas, Consider 


Stone, Alfred 



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Capt. C. Barnes' Company, Lieut. Col. M. Nichols' Regiment. 

From Sept. 7 to Sept. 19, and Sept. 28 to Oct. 27, 1814. Raised at Portland. Service at Portland. Portland Artillery Company. 



Rank and Name. 


John Baker, Corporal 


Poole, Abijah, Jr. 


Cornelius Barnes, C'aptain 


Joshua F. Weeks, Corporal 


Powell, John 


Amos S. Webber, Lieutenant 


Benjamin Green, Corporal 


Rolfe, Benjamin 


George Hill, Ensign 




Sutton, Richard 




Privates. 


Todd, Samuel 


David Brown, Sergeant 


Baker, John 


Tucker, David 


Aaron Stamford, Sergeant 


Barter, Benjamin A. 




James Crocker, Sergeant 


Bridges, John 


Trotters. 


Ephraim Wilbour, Sergeant 


Field, John 


Haskins, William 


Samuel Chase, Sergeant 


Foye, Henry 


Johnson, Thomas 


.John Green, Jr., Corporal 


Hall, Ebenezer 


Whipple, Jonathan 


Richard Mason, Corporal 


Merrill, Jonathan 





Capt. P. Varnum's Company, Lieut. Col. M. Nichols' Regiment. 

From Sept. 7 to Sept. 19, and Sept. 28 tu Oct. 27, 1S14. Service at Portland. Portland Artillery, organized June 17, 1812. 



Rank and Name. 


Hugh Stanly, Corporal 


Dyer, Sylvanus 


Phineas Varnum, Captain 


William Parker, Co 


■poral 


Farwell, Absalom 


Nathan Babcock, Lieutenant 






Green, Daniel 




Pri 


vates. 


Little, Stephen 


John Leach, Sergeant 


Bailey, Joseph 




Roberts, Reuben 


Eliphalet Farrington, Sergeant 


Carlton, Charles C. 




Tukey, Daniel 


Carrol Staples, Sergeant 


Coolbroth, Edward 




Tukey, David 


John Corry, Sergeant 


Davis, Saul 




Webster, Benjamin 


William Parker, Sergeant 


Davis, William 




Young, John 



Capt. J. Howard's Company, under Maj. Simon Nowell. 

From Oct. 8 to Nov. 19, 1814. Service at Kittery and York. Drafted company of artillery. 



Rank and Name. 


Discom, Thomas 


Lang, John 


Josephus Howard, Captain 


Drew, Aaron 


Linscot, Elisha 


Seth S. Fairfield, Lieutenant 


Drew, Asa 


Low, Besulah 


Nathan Merrill, Lieutenant 


Dyer, Abijah 


March, John S. 




Edgcomb, Thomas 


Mason, Stephen 


John Thompson, Sergeant 


Emery, William 


Mills, Elligood 


Jacob Ayer, Sergeant 


Fall, Ebenezer 


Parsons, Samuel 


Benjamin W. Hall, Sergeant 


Farnham, Moses 


Preble, John 


William Tarbox, Sergeant 


Floyd, Samuel 


Roberts, Samuel 


George Southerlin, Corporal 


Goodwin, Edmund 


Rumery, Edward 


Nehemiah Butler, Corporal 


Goodwin, Simeon 


Sandburn, Jonathan V. 


Timothy Donncll, Corporal 


Gowin, Nathan 


Smith, Aaron 


Charles Snowman, Musician 


Grant, William 


Smith, Nathan 


Jonathan Pollard, Musician 


Guilford, Benjamin 


Thompson, John 


Woodman Beal, Musician 


Haley, Abraham 


Trafton, George 




Hazeltine, Samuel 


Walker, Dependence 


Privates. 


Howard, Samuel B. 


Warren, William 


Adams, John 


Hubbard, Joseph 


Welch, Jonathan 


Babb, Samuel 


Huzzy, John 


Young, Hezekiah 


Bradburv, Ezra 


Kimball, Daniel 




Davis, Edward 


Kimball, John 





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Capt. J. Bemis' (Artillery) Company, Lieut. Col. W. Ryerson's Regiment. 

From Sept. 25 to Nov. 7, ISli. Rai.sed at Paris and vicinity. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Bemis, Francis 


Hersey, Moses 


Jonathan Bemis, Captain 


Bracket, Peter 


Hodgkins, Chipman 


Samuel Rawson, Lieutenant 


Bragdon, Daniel 


Jackson, Jacob 


Ebcnezer Fessenam, Lieutenant 


Brown, Jonas A. 


Jordan, Elijah 




Bucknell, Andrew R. 


Morse, Seth 


James Bemis, Sergeant 


Bullen, Daniel 


Osgood, Isaac 


Jonathan Bemis, Jr., Sergeant 


Churchill, Sprague 


Osgood, James 


James Hutchinson, Sergeant 


Davis, Isaac 


Page, John 


Frederic N. Hall, Sergeant 


Dennet, John 


Pratt, Jedediah 


Abraham Pray, Corporal 


Dovell or Dwell, William 


Rawson, Nathaniel W. 


Peter Droell or Dwell, Corporal 


Elder, William 


Shaw, Solomon 


Anthony Besse, Corporal 


Evans, Jacob 


Shirley, Jonathan 


John R. BuUen, Corporal 


Fessenden, William 


Spencer, William 


James Jackson, Musician 


Field, Ansel 


Sterling, John 


Jacob Emerson, Musician 


Frye, Frederic 


Stevens, John 




Gamage, Joshua 


Thompson, Samuel 


Privates. 


Gordan, John 


Townsend, Thayer 


Abbott, Aljel B. 


Greenleaf, William 


Tufts, Simeon 


Abbott, Stephen 


Grover, Josiah 


Ward, Jonathan 


Anderson, Timothy 


Grover, William 


Whitham, Benjamin 


Ayer, Asa 


Hall, Ephraim 




Barrows, Asa 


Heath, John W. 





Capt. L. Richmond's (Artillery) Company, Lieut. Col. W. Ryerson's Regiment. 

From Sept. 25 to Nov. 7, 1S14. Raised at Turner and vicinity. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Allen, John 


Hood, Otis 


Leonard Richmond, Captain 


Batten, John 


Janes, Libbeus 


Henry Jones, Lieutenant 


Bean, Thomas 


Johnson, Asa 


Hezekiah Bryant, Lieutenant 


Berry, Mial 


Jones, Barnum 




Berry, Thomas 


Leavit, Albert 


Dura Bradford, Sergeant 


Bradford, Ethelbert 


Lumber, William 


Israel Lasell, Sergeant 


Brett, Simeon 


Merrill, Calvin 


Nathaniel Brackett, Sergeant 


Burgen, Isaac 


Poor, William 


Charles Staples, Sergeant 


Caswell, William 


Sheafe, William 


Benjamin Conant, Corporal 


Chamberlin, Philip 


Sweat, John 


Ira Jones, Corporal 


Delano, Seth, Jr. 


Thayer, Abner 


Caleb Snell, Corporal 


Dillingham, Cornelius 


Thurlow, Robert 


Burt Townsend, Corporal 


Dow, Joseph 


Townsend, Solomon 


Galen Jones, Musician 


Fairbanks, Joel 


Tyler, Saul 


Alfred Jones, Musician 


French, Henry 


Warren, Isaiah 


Amos Shaw, Musician 


Gibson, Samuel 


Webster, Josiah 




Harlton, Ebenezer 


Whitman, Samuel 


Privates. 


Harris, John 




Allen, Isaac, 1st 


Harvey, Stephen 




Allen, Isaac, 2d 


Hood, Billings 





Maj. J. Steele's Battalion of Artillery. 

From June 13 to June 24, 1S14 (3 days' travel). Service at Portland. 



Field and Staff. 
James Steele, Major, Brownfield 
Josiah Heald, Adjutant, Lovell 
William or Richard Russell, Quarter- 
master, Fryeburg 



Moses Chandler, Surgeon, Fryeburg 
Samuel S. Hadley, Surgeon's Mate, 
Brownfield 

Peter Walker, Quartermaster Sergeant 



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Capt. P. Eastman's Company of Artillery, attached to Major Steele's Battalion. 

From Sept. 11 to Sept. 24, 1814. Raised at Fryeburg. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Head, Asa 


Philip Eastman, Captain 


Abbot, Stephen 


Heath, John W. 


Ebenezer Fessendon, Lieutenant 


Brooks, George 


Howe, Seneca 


John Evans, Lieutenant 


Brown, Jonas A. 


Hutchins, John 




Carter, Samuel F. 


Ivnight, John 


Abiel Farnham, Sergeant 


Chase, Enoch 


Lassell, Israel 


Isaac Frye, Sergeant 


Colby, Robert 


Mclntire, Ebenezer 


Noyes Knight, Sergeant 


Evans, Jacob 


Osgood, Isaac 


William Shirley, Sergeant 


Farrington, Jacob 


Osgood, James 


Thomas Davy, Corporal 


Fessenden, Jonathan 


Richardson, Philip 


Abel Gibson, Corporal 


Fessenden, William 


Shirley, Jonathan 


James Atwood, Corporal 


Frye, William 


Stirling, John, Jr. 


Thomas Farrington, Corporal 


Hardy, Jonathan 


Walker, Benjamin 


John Page, Musician 


Hardy, Stephen G. 


Ward, Jonathan 


Jacob Emerson, Musician 


Haseltine, Ebenezer 
Hatch, John 


Warren, Isaiah 



Capt. Stephen Barry's Company, Maj. James Steele's Battalion of Artillery. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 24, 1814. Raised at Denmark. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Colcord, David 


Lord, Job 


Stephen Barry, Captain 


Deering, James 


Matthews, Thomas 


William Da\'is, Lieutenant 


Emerson, George W. 


Patrick, Benjamin 


Aaron Ingalls, Ensign 


Flint, Nathaniel 


Pease, Mark 




Fox, Nathaniel 


Pike, Job K. 


William Pengrea, Sergeant 


Oilman, John 


Pike, Samuel 


Daniel Hill, Sergeant 


Goodwin, Joseph 


Pingree, Parker 


Daniel How, Sergeant 


Gray, Daniel 


Porter, Asael 


George Murphy, Sergeant 


Green, William 


Powers, Calvin 


James Warren, Corporal 


Hall, Perley 


Richardson, Amos 


David Porter, Corporal 


Hamden, Benjamin 


Richardson, George 


John Ames, Corporal 


Hamden, Ebenezer 


Roberts, John 


Moses Peary, Corporal 


Head, Nathaniel 


Sanderson, Stephen 


Stephen Peary, Musician 


Hill, William 


Smith, Joseph 


Jacob Frost, Musician 


Hilton, Daniel 


Smith, Theophilus 




Hilton, Nathan 


Snow, James 


Privates. 


Hilton, Nathaniel 


Symonds, Jesse 


Abbot, Joel 


Jewett, Daniel 


Trull, Micah 


Alexander, Jeduthan 


Jewett, Ephraim 


Trumbull, J. 


Allen, William 


Jewett, William 


Trumbull, Samuel 


Berry, Henry 


Johnson, Asa 


Walker, Robert 


Berry, William 


Johnson, John 


Warren, Caleb 


Blake, Edward 


Jordan, James H. 


Whiden, David 


Blanchard, Farwell 


Kinison, David B. 


Whidcn, John 


Boston, John 


Kinison, John, Jr. 


Whitman, Eli 


Brigham, Samuel 


Lord, James 


Wilson, Joseph 



Capt. J. Charles' Company, Maj. James Steele's Battalion of Artillery. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 24, 1814. Raised at Fryeburg. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Jeremiah Chandley, Sergeant 


Privates. 


James Charles, Captain 


Nehemiah C. Dresser, Sergeant 


Abbot, Asa 


Joseph Colby, Lieutenant 


Benjamin Wylie, Corporal 


Abbot, Isaac 


Benjamin Woodman, Ensign 


Seth S. Chase, Corporal 


Abbot, Micah 




Moses Abbott, Corporal 


Abbot, Silas 


Nathaniel G. Jewett, Sergeant 


John Stevens, Corporal 


Bemis, Amos 


Jeremiah Bradley, Sergeant 


William Stevens, Corporal 


Bradley, David 


Isaac Charles, Sergeant 




Burgen, Isaac 


Hull Chase, Sergeant 




Chandler, Isaac 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. J. Charles' Company, Maj. James Steele's Battalion of Artillery — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Fox, Ephraim 


Harden, John 


Chandler, John 


Frye, Frederic 


Mason, John 


Chandler, Nathan 


Gamage, John 


Richardson, Joshua 


Charles, John, Jr. 


Gamage, Joshua, Jr. 


Richardson, Luther 


Charles, Simeon 


Gordon, Henry, Jr. 


Stacy, Jordan 


Charles, Timothy 


Gordon, John, Jr. 


Stacy, Oliver 


Coombs, David 


Gordon, Joseph 


Stearns, John S. 


Dresser, Job 


Hapgood, William 


Stevens, Joseph 


Dutch, Samuel 


Hill, Amos 


Smith, Asa 


Eaton, William 


Hill, Daniel 


Thompson, William 


Evans, Jonathan 


Hitchins, Ichabod 


Tibbitts, Samuel 


Farrington, Jonathan 


Huntress, Samuel D. 


Walker, John, Jr. 


Farrington, Philip 


Irish, Stephen 


Warren, Nathaniel 


Farrington, Samuel 


Johnson, Andrew 


Whiting, Oliver, Jr. 


Farrington, Stephen 


Johnson, James 


Wiley, America 


Fifield, Benjamin 


Knight, Eliphalet 


Wiley, John 


Fifield, Jonathan F. 


Lewis, Jesse 





Capt. A. Mansfield's Company, Maj. James Steele's Battalion of Artillery. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 24, 1814. Raised at Brownfield. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Boynton, William 


Kimball, William 


Asa Mansfield, Captain 


Bradbiu'y, Elijah 


Linsey, Ephraim 


Eber Rice, Lieutenant 


Bragdon, Daniel 


Littlefield, Peletiah 




Brickett, Jonathan 


McAllister, Isaac 


Amos Poor, Sergeant 


Bridges, Josiah 


McAllister, John 


Moses Merrill, Sergeant 


Broad, Amos 


McOldpine, Moses 


Robert H. Miller, Sergeant 


Butters, Timothy S. 


Merrill, Isaiah 


Isaac Spring, Musician 


Chamberlain, Jolm 


Merrill, John 


Page Knox, Musician 


Colby, Jacob 


Parker, Joseph 


Joseph Kilgore, Musician 


Day, Jabez 


Patterson, Robert 


Joseph Kimball, Musician 


Day, Samuel 


Poor, William 




Dresser, Frederic 


Ricker, Ichabod 


Privates. 


Dresser, Jonathan 


Rounds, Stephen 


Andrews, Amos 


Dresser, Levi 


Sands, Thomas 


Andrews, Isacher 


Dresser, Stephen, Jr. 


Sands, William 


Andrews, Jacob 


Eastman, James 


Small, Samuel 


Banford, Jeremiah 


Eastman, Joseph 


Snow, Joseph 


Bartlett, J. W. 


Eastman, Solomon 


> Snow, Silas 


Bean, Nathan 


Eaton, Simeon 


Sterns, Benjamin 


Bean, Nathaniel 


Edgcomb, Walter 


Tyler, Samuel 


Bean, Samuel, 2d 


Gibson, Samuel 


Waite, Abraham 


Bean, Saul 


Goodnow, William 


Walker, Ebenezer 


Bean, Thomas, Jr. 


Hazelton, Saul 


Webster, Josiah 


Bemis, Thaddeus, Jr. 


Heald, Samuel 


Wentworth, Samuel 


Berry, Levi 


Hill, Nathaniel 


Whiting, James 


Blake, John 


Hubbard, Warwick 


Whitney, Ephraim 


Blake, William 


Hutchins, Moses, Jr. 





Capt. A. Spring's Company, Maj. James Steele's Battalion of Artillery. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 24, 1814. Raised at Hiram. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Benjamin Bucknell, Corporal 


Boston, William 


Alpheus Spring, Captain 


Daniel Cram, Corporal 


Bothwell, James 


Asa Burbank, Lieutenant 


Asa Osgood, Jr., Corporal 


Brooks, William 




J. Storer, Musician 


Bucknell, Andrew B. 


Thomas G. Watson, Sergeant 


James McLucas, Musician 


Burbank, Israel, Jr. 


John W. Chadbourn, Sergeant 




Chadboiu'n, Humphrey A. 


Ephraim Kimball, Sergeant 


Privates. 


Chase, Gideon 


John Bucknell, Sergeant 


Allen, Joseph 


Clark, Jacob 


Josiah Maybery, Corporal 


Bickford, William 


Coolrath, James 



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Capt. A. Spring's Company, Maj. James Steele's Battalion of Artillery — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Howartl, Henry 


Moulton, John 


Cotton, William 


Jack, James 


Nutter, Charles 


Cram, John 


Lewis, Edward 


Pearl, Dimon 


Cross, Aaron 


Lewis, Morgan 


Pierce, Benjamin I. 


Davis, E ihraim 


Lewis, Noah 


Pierce, John, Jr. 


Durgin, John 


Libby, Elisha 


Pierce, Josiah 


Durgin, Joseph 


Libby, Hanson 


Richardson, Aaron 


Eastman, John 


Libby, John 


Robbins, Joshua 


Fillbrock, Jonathan 


Libby, Stephen, Jr. 


Stanley, Elisha 


Fillbrock, Simon 


Libby, Tliomas 


Storer, John 


Flovd, Michael 


Libby, Tobias 


Thompson, Caleb 


Fox, John, Jr. 


Lord, Jacob 


Tibbets, Ephraim 


Fox, Jonathan 


Lord, Levi 


Trafton, Jeremiah 


French, Benjamin 


Lowell, Moses 


Truett, George 


French, Jacob 


Lowell, Reuben 


Vainey, Andrew 


Gray, Abraham 


Lowell, Thomas 


Wadsworth, Peleg, Jr. 


Gray, Joseph 


McKissick, Aaron 


Wadsworth, Peleg, 3d 


Harford, Solomon 


McKissick, Moses 




Hayes, John 


Mcrryfield, Richard 





Capt. D. Bang's Company of Artillery, under Command of General Sewall, awaiting Orders. 

From Sept. 1.3 to Sept. 23, 1814. Raised at Vassalborough. Service at Augusta. 



Rank and Name. 


Henry Richardson, Corporal 


Hastings, Samuel 


Dean Bangs, Captain 


Bernard Sturdevant 


Musician 


Jackson, Godfrey 


Lemuel PuUen, Lieutenant. 


William Bates, Musician 


Marston, Joseph 


Abraham Smith, Lieutenant 






Morrill, Josiah 




Prii 


ates. 


Page, Newell 


Jabez Dow, Sergeant 


Blackwell, Dennis 




Rines, Benjamin 


Artemas Smith, Sergeant 


Blackwcll, Eli 




Shorey, James 


William McFarland, Sergeant 


Blish, William 




Smiley, Joseph 


William Marston, Sergeant 


Bradford, Andrew 




Smith, Jeremiah 


Alexander McKechnie, Corporal 


Bradford, Martin 




Tozier, Jeremiah, 3d 


Abiel Moore, Corporal 


Freeman, Charles 




Tozier, Jonathan E. 


James Bragg, Corporal 


Gulliver, Joseph 




Trask, Alvin 



Capt. W. Haskell's Company of Artillery, under Maj. Lemuel Weeks, under Supervision of United States Officers. 
From Aug. 5 to Nov. 5, 1814. Raised at New Gloucester. Service at forts in Portland harbor. 



Rank and Name. 


Bond, John 


Lamb, Seth 


William Haskell, Captain 


Briggs, Thomas 


Leighton, Reuben 


Samuel Emery, Lieutenant 


Burns, William 


Libbey, Theophilus 


Oliver Bray, Lieutenant 


Card, William 


Lincoln, John M. 




Carter, Nathan 


Lowell, John P. 


John Lowell, Sergeant 


Choate, Josiah 


March, Samuel 


Charles Rogers, Sergeant 


Cobb, George 


McLelland, Joseph 


Loammi Gushing, Sergeant 


Cobb, Joseph 


Meguire, Nathaniel 


Samuel Simmons, Corporal 


Coffin, Tristram 


Mitchell, John 


Moses Stinchfield, Corporal 


Elliott, Josiah 


Mitchell, Nathaniel 


Bela Hammond, Corporal 


Erskine, Asa 


Mitchell, Samuel 


Joseph Yetten, Musician 


Erskine, George 


Morris, John 


Levi Leighton, Musician 


Fannin, Daniel 


Nichols, William 




Foss, Samuel 


Noice, Joseph C. 


Privates. 


Gilman, John 


Norwood, Joshua 


Ames, John 


Haley, James 


Parker, Caleb E. 


Ardeton, Nathaniel B. 


Hammond, Jacob 


Penny, Ephraim 


Bartol, Ammi 


Haskell, Nathan 


Pierce, Samuel 


Beals, Jarvis 


Knight, Thomas 


Pike, .John 


Blair, Robert 


Knight, Winslow 


Pride, Henry 



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Capt. W. Haskell's Company of Artillery, under Maj. Lemuel Weeks, under Supervision of United States Officers - 

Concluded. 



PrimtcK - 
Prince, John 
Riggs, Jeremiah 
Riggs, Stephen 
Rogers, Jolin, Jr. 
Smith, Joseph 



Concluded. 



Smith, William 
Tobey, Lemuel 
Tobey, William 
Townsend, Jacob 
Wait, Edward 
Wait, Solomon 



White, Job 
Wilson, George 
Woodman, Joshua 
Wyer, Peter 
Wjanan, John 
Young, Anson 



Capt. I. Leighton's Company of Artillery, under Major Weeks. 

From Sept. 9 to Sept. 17, 1SS14. Raised at Falmouth. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


David Barbour, Corporal 


Cobb, Isaac 


Isaac Leighton, Captain 


John Batchelder, Corporal 


Elder, William 


Isaac Mason, Lieutenant 


Robert Huston, Corporal 


Knight, Alexander 




Thaddeus Leighton, Musician 


Knight, Richard 


Thomas Hodsdon, Sergeant 


Edward Leighton, Musician 


Knight, Stephen 


Nathan Morrell, Sergeant 




Lord, William G. 


William Knight, Sergeant 


Privates. 


Morse, Nathaniel, 2d 


Peter M. Knight, Sergeant 


Baker, Elijah 




Joseph Quimby, Corporal 


Cobb, Enoch 





Muster Roll of Lieut. S. S. Fairfield's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Spring's Regiment. 

From June 20 to June 30, 1814. Raised at Saco. Service at Saco. Saco Artillery Company. 



Rank and Name. 


DaA'is, Israel 


Patterson, William 


Seth S. Fairfield, Lieutenant 


Durgin, Benjamin 


Pearster, William 


George Thacher, Jr., Ensign 


Elwell, Jabez 


Perkins, Noah 




Gillpatrick, Jacob 


Rounds, Mark 


William Waterhouse, Sergeant 


Harmon, John 


Runnels, Isaac 


Joseph Hammond, Sergeant 


Hill, Josiah, Jr. 


Sawyer, Tristram 


Joseph H. Randall, Sergeant 


Justin, Phineas W., Jr. 


Scammon, Samuel 


James Wood, Musician 


Kennv, Edward 


Shehan, Benjamin 


Edwin Lapsell, Musician 


Kidlon or Ridlon, Charles 


Smith, Thomas, Jr. 




Kimball, Daniel 


Tibbets, Eli 


Privates. 


Kindricks, Seth 


Tibbetts, Timothy 


Bangs, Ezekiel 


Knight, John 


Timpson, George 


Benson, William 


Marshall, Isaac 


Tornning, Thomas 


Bright or Ivnight, Coleman W. 


McKunnison, Lemuel 


Wentworth, Daniel 


Davis, George 


Patten, Nathaniel 


Young, Lewis 



Lieut. S. S. Fairfield's Detachment. 

From June 30 to July 30, 1814. Raised at Saco. Service at Saco. Saco Artillery. 



Rank and Name. 


Dow, Aliram 


Smith, Joseph 


Seth S. Fairfield, Lieutenant 


Dyer, James 


Smith, Noah 




Goodwin, Edmond 


Stannels, John 


Michael Plummer, Sergeant 


Grant, Benjamin 


Thompson, Joshua 


Nathaniel Patten, Musician 


Hallv, James 


Young, Richard 


Marshall Maxwell, Musician 


Hierl, John 
Kimball, Caleb 




Privates. 


Lord, Samuel 




Andrews, Isaac 


Mounts, Stephen 




Bragdon, Simeon 


Sands, Isaac 





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Lieut. S. S. Fairfield's Detachment of Artillery. 

From July 31 to Aug. 31, 1S14. Raised at Saco. Service at Saco. 



Rank and Name. 


Chick.s, James S. 


Patten, Nathaniel 




Seth S. Fairfield, Lieutenant 


Davis, Ezra, 3d 


Pitts, Benjamin 






Durgin, Benjamin 


Robinson, George 




James Mann, Jr., Sergeant 


Edgcomb, John 


Smith, Israel 






Furlong, Patrick 


St rout, George 




Prirates. 


Kno.x, Chad^nck 


Webber, Edmund 




Bradin, Isaac 


Lord, Daniel 






Chase, Abel 


Meeds, Artemas 







Capt. E. Small's Company, under Supervision of General Goodwin. 

From Sept. 20 to Oct. 17, 1814. Service on seacoast at Kennebunk. Limington Light Artillery Company. 



Rank and Name. 


Prirates. 


Libby, Stephen 


Edward Small, Captain 


Black, Aaron 


Libby, William 


Benjamin Small, Lieutenant 


Blake, Benjamin 


Man, Isaac 


David Otis, Ensign 


Blake, Seth 


McKenney, Humphrey 




Boothby, Arthur 


Meserve, Silas 


James Staples, Sergeant 


Boothby, Asa 


Moody, Daniel 


William Staples, Sergeant 


Brackett, Joseph 


Moody, Simon 


Samuel Larrabee, Sergeant 


Bragdon, Arthur 


Mulloy, Edward 


James Libbev, Sergeant 


Clark, Nathaniel 


MuUoy, Thomas 


Humphrev Small, Corporal 


Cousens, Abraham 


Parker, Kendall 


Jonathan Atkinson, Corporal 


Douglass, Elisha 


Richardson, Isaac 


David Small, Corporal 


Douglass, John 


Richardson, Thomas 


Joshua Small, Corporal 


Hasty, Benjamin 


Small, Nathaniel C. 


Isaac Small, Musician 


Hasty, Dominicus 


Small, Samuel 


Francis Small, Musician 


Libby, James, Jr. 


Small, William 




Libby, Parmenio 


Thompson, William 



Capt. A. Boynton's Company, Maj. B. Ames' Company of Cavalry. 

From June 20 to June 22, and Sept. 12 to Sept. 29, 1814. Raised at Bath. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Robert Sagar, Saddler 


Morse, Francis 


Abel Bovnton, Captain 


Joseph Dyer, Smith 


Morse, Richard 


Daniel Baker, Lieutenant 




Russell, Stoddard 


William Frost, Lieutenant 


Privates. 


Small, James 


Stephen Winship, Cornet 


Adams, Charles 


Weston, Jacob, Jr. 




Batchelder, Samuel E. (4 days) 


Worray, John 


Abeizer Matthews, Sergeant 


Eaton, Joseph 




William Morse, Sergeant 


Frost, Jacob 


Waiters. 


Daniel Peterson, Sergeant 


Jordan, Robert 


Ferrin, Rufus 


Jesse P. Mitchell, Sergeant 


Jordan, Samuel 


Lombard, John 


Ebenezer Stimpson, Trumpeter 


Marston, John 





Capt. S. Jack's Company, Maj. B. Ames' Battalion of Cavalry. 

From Sept. 10 to Sept. 29, 1814. Raised at Bowdoin. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Thomas Power, Trumpeter 


Gobert, John 


Samuel Jack, Captain 


Jacob Fletcher, Smith 


Hall, Luther 


,. Andrew Cushman, Lieutenant 




Harwood, Thomas 


George Rogers, Lieutenant -^ 


Privates. 


Henry, George 


Martin Hall, Cornet 


Adams, Nathan 


Hem-y, James 




Allen, Jesse 


Kelly, David H. 


James Alexander, Sergeant 


Blanchard, Benjamin 


Lancaster, Clu'istopher 


Stephen Gould, Sergeant 


Brierhurst, Thomas 


Malee, Philip 


Andrew Dinsmore, Sergeant 


Cowing, Calvin 


Maxwell, Robert 


John Alexander, Sergeant 


Dinsmore, Thomas 





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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. S. Jack's Company, Maj. B. Ames' Battalion of Cavalry — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 
Mustard, James 
Parks, Daniel 
Parks, James 
Parks, Richard 
Perry, Otis 



Potter, Stephen 
Sanford, William 
Springer, John 
Springer, Stephen 
WiUiams, George 
Williams, James 



Card, Seth 
Low, John 
Low, William 
Parker, Fry 



Waiters. 



Detachment of Capt. A. Boynton's Company, Maj. B. Ames' Battalion of Cavalry. 

I'"rom Sept. 29 to Oct. 5, 1814. 



Rank and Name. 


Frost, Jacob 


Sanford, William 


William Frost, Lieutenant 


Hall, Luther 


Small, James 




Jordan, Samuel 


Springer, John 


Abiezer Matthews, Sergeant 


Lancaster, Christopher 


Weston, Jacob, Jr. 




Maxwell, Robert 


Williams, James 


Privates. 


Morse, Richard 


Worray, John 


Adams, Nathan 


Parks, Daniel 




Allen, Jesse 


Parks, Richard 


Waiter. 


Bryrehurst, Thomas 


Potter, Stephen 


Ferrin, Rufus 



Maj. Thomas McCrate's Battalion of Cavalry. 

From .Sept. 10 to Oct. 5, 1814. Stationed at Wiscasset. 



Field and Staff. 
Thomas McCrate, Major, Wiscasset 
Charles Spofford, Adjutant, Thomaston 
Samuel E. Smith, Quartermaster, Wiscasset 



Capt. I. Bernard's Company, Maj. T. McCrate's Battalion of Cavalry. 

From Sept. 4 to Sept. 9, 1814. Raised at Tliomaston. Service at Thomastou, Wiscasset and vicinity. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Gerrish, Rufus B. 


Isaac Bernard, Captain 


Barnes, Benjamin 


Godding, John 


Philip LTlmer, Lieutenant 


Barnes, Edmund 


Hewett, Samuel 


David Tolman, Cornet 


Brewster, Benjamin 


Killsa, John K. 




Cooper, George B. 


Perry, Henry 


Calvin Tolman, Sergeant 


Cra%vford, Lawrence 


Rankin, Samuel 


Elliot Tolman, Sergeant 


Fales, James, 3d 


Smith, Abiather 


William Butler, Corporal 


Fales, Waterman 


Tolman, Josiah 


Charles Harrington, Corporal 


Flagg, Adonijah 


Walsh, William, Jr. 



Capt. J. Chism's Company, Maj. T. McCrate's Battalion of Cavalry. 

From Sept. 5 to Sept. 6, 1814. Raised at Alna. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Clough, Samuel or Saul 


John Chism, Jr., Captain 


Ames, Phincas 


Gilman, Jonathan 


Charles Rimdlet, Lieutenant 


Austin, Edward 


Goodwin, Samuel or Saul 


George Hondlett, Lieutenant 


Bickford, George 


Gould, Daniel 


James Hodge, Cornet 


Blanchard, Nathan 


Heath, Aaron 




Call, Nathan 


Hilton, Andrew 


Charles Hondlett, Sergeant 


Carlton, Benjamin 


Hondlett, Francis 


Snow Baker, Sergeant 


Carlton, Jonathan 


Hondlett, James 


Briggs Turner, Sergeant 


Chism, Ephraim 


Hondlett, Philip 


Turner Barker, Sergeant 


Chism, William 


Jewctt, James 


Enoch Heath, Musician 


Clark, James 


Jewett, John 



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Capt. J. Chism's Company, Maj. T. McCrate's Battalion of Cavalry — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 
Johnson, John 
Lithgow, Alfred 
Mayers or Moyer, John 
Plummer, John 



Poltiisky, John 
Potter, Daniel 
Richardson, Smith 
Rondlet, Philip 
Simpson, Robert 



Theobald, George 
Tra.sk, Jonathan 
White, Joseph 
Woodbridge, Hodge 



Capt. J. Chism's Company, Maj. T. McCrate's Battalion of Cavalry. 
From Sept. 10 to Sept. 24, 1814. Raised at Alna. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 
John Chism, Jr., Captain 
Charles Rundlett, Lieutenant 
George Hondlett, Lieutenant 
James Hodge, Cornet 

Charles Hondlett, Sergeant 
Snow Baker, Sergeant 
Briggs Turner, Sergeant 



Turner Barker, Sergeant 
Enoch Heath, Musician 

Privates. 
Ames, Phineas 
Blanehard, Nathan 
Carlton, Benjamin 
Chism, William 
Clark, James 



Heath, John 
Hilton, Andrew 
Jewett, James 
Jewett, John 
Johnson, John 
Simpson, Robert 
Woodbridge, Hodge 



Sergt. C. Hoadlett's Guard, Maj. T. McCrate's Battalion of Cavalry. 

From Sept. 25 to Oct. 4, 1814. Raised at Alna. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Call, Nathan 


Hondlett, Francis 


Charles Hoadlett, Sergeant 


Carlton, Jonathan 


Jewett, James 




Clough, Samuel 


Johnson, John 


Privates. 


Goodwin, Samuel 


Mayers or Moyer, John 


Austin, Edward 


Gould, Daniel 


Plummer, John 


Barker, Tm'ner 


Heath, Aaron 


Theoljald, George 


Bickford, George 


Hilton, Andrew 


White, Joseph 



Sergt. C. Tolman's Guard, Maj. T. McCrate's Battalion of Cavalry. 

From Sept. 25 to Oct. 5, 1814. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 
Calvin Tolman, Sergeant 



Privates. 
Barnes, Edward 
Fales, Waterman 
Harrington, Charles 



Johnson, Josiah 
Lincoln, Luther 
Ruth, Josiah 



Sergt. Snow Baker's Guard, Maj. T. McCrate's Battalion of Cavalry. 
From Oct. 3 to Oct. 25, 1814. Raised at Alna. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Clark, James 


Poltusky, John 


Snow Baker, Sergeant 


Gerrish, Rufus H. 


Potter, Daniel 




Heath, Enoch 


Richardson, Smith 


Privates. 


Heath, John 


Simpson, Robert 


Ames, Phineas 


Hondlett, James 


Trask, D. 


Barnard, Edward 


Jewett, John 


Woodbridge, Hodge 


Blanehard, Nathan 


Johnson, John 




Chism, William 


Lithgow, Alfred 





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Capt. T. Eastman's Company of Cavalry, Maj. Peter Grant's Battalion, under the Supervision of Maj. Gen. Henry Sewall 

and William King. 



From Sept. 11 to Nov. 6, 1814. 



Raised at Hallowell, Winthrop and vicinity. Service at Wiscasset as express and videttes between Wiscasset 
and Bath, and at Camden and Augusta. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Morrow, Milton 


Thomas Eastman, Captain 


Andrews, Samuel 


Perkins, Joseph H. 


Francis Morris, Lieutenant 


Barrows, John 


Philbrick, Benjamin 


William Winslow, Lieutenant 


Blackman, Henry B. 


Philbrick, David 


Henry D. Morrill, Cornet 


Chandler, Levi 


Prescott, Elisha 




Day, Daniel 


PuUen, Greenleaf 


Parsons Smith, Clerk 


Day, Francis 


Reed, George 


Benjamin Prince, Sergeant 


Follett, Otis 


Rice, William 


Alviu HajTvard, Sergeant 


French, James 


Robinson, James 


Jonathan Matthews, Sergeant 


Getchell, Otis 


Robinson, Kilburn G. 


Samuel Blake, Corporal 


Gould, Robert 


Rollins, Enoch W. 


John Savage, Corporal 


Haskell, Rufus 


Shaw, Abisha M. 


Albert Hayward, Corporal 


Hewins, James 


Shaw, Eliab, Jr. 


Richard Belcher, Corporal 


Lombard, Allen 


Shaw, Orin 


Ebenezer Mathews, Musician 


Lothrop, David 


Stone, Daniel 




Lyon, Tabor 


Webber, Daniel, Jr. 




Marshall, William 





Detachment of Cavalry, under Maj. J. Trowbridge. 
From Sept. 12 to Sept. 26, 1814. Raised at Falmouth. Service at Portland and vicinity as express and videttes. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Freeman, Daniel 


John Trowbridge, Major 


Abbott, Nathaniel 


Frye, James 


Nathaniel Leighton, Lieutenant 


Baker, Solomon 


Leighton, George 


William Thomes, Cornet 


Blake, Daniel 


Libby, Joseph 




Brackett, Zacheriah 


Pettingill, Benjamin 


James Smith, Sergeant 


Chase, David 


Stevens, Harvey 


Andrew Leighton, Sergeant 


Cochran, Timothy 


Webb, William 


John Phinney, Corporal 


Crockett, Samuel 


Wilson, Cyrus 


Levi Wilson, Corporal 


Decring, Joshua L. 
Fields, John 


Winslow, Adam 



Detachment of Cavalry, under Maj. J. Trowbridge. 

From Sept. 26 to Oct. 29, 1814. Raised at Cape Elizabeth, Gorham and Falmouth. Service at Portland and vicinity as express and videttes. 



Rank and Name. 
John Trowbridge, Major 
Clark Dyer, Lieutenant 
Nathaniel Hall, Cornet 

William Brackett, Sergeant 
Joseph Wescott, Sergeant 
Nathaniel Abbott, Corporal 
William Warren, Corporal 
Benjamin F. Johnson, Musician 



Alden, Jesse 
Bacon, Stephen 
Blake, Samuel 
Frye, James 
Frye, John 
Hustin, Rufus 
Johnson, Isaac 
Libbey, Joseph 
Phinney, John 



Privates. 



Smith, ^yilliam H. 
Sweat, Samuel 
Weeks, William 
Whitney, Adam 



Maj. J. Greenwood's Battalion of Cavalry, attached to Lieut. Col. Wm. Ryerson's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 24, 1814; 3 days additional for travel. Raised at Portland. 



Field and Staff. 
John Greenwood, Major, Hebron 
Thomas Brown, Adjutant, Minot 
Ezra Brett, Quartermaster, Paris 



Noncommissioned Staff. 
Levi Bartlett, Quartermaster Sergeant 



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Capt. William B. Bray's Company of Cavalry. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 24, 1814; 3 days additional for travel. Raised at Turner, Minot and New Gloucester. 



Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 
William B. Bray, Captain 
Isaac Currin, Lieutenant 
Edmund Chase, Lieutenant 
William Allen, Cornet 

Jacob S. Rollins, Sergeant 
Henrj' Hatch, Sergeant 
Sampson Foss, Sergeant 
Joseph Crooker, Sergeant 
Quincy Keith, Corporal 
Moses Bailey, Corporal 
Andrew Dwinal, Corporal 



Samuel Hayes, 


Corporal 


Martin, William 


Moses Rollins, 


Musician 


Mason, William 
Packard, Xehemiah 




Privates. 


Perry, Dinion 


Austin, Jacob 




Pollard, Stephen 


Bralev, Mattel 




Pottle, Moses 


Clark, Jona 




Pottle, Richard 


Cole, John 




Sampson, John 


Crooker, Isaac 




Seabury, Josiah 


Dwinal, Isaac 




Waterhouse, Richard 


Dwinal, Jacob 




Welcomb, John 


Hackett, Barn. 


ibus 


Woodburv, WiUard H. 


Kilbourn, Ira 




Yeaton, Joseph 



Sergt. A. Lemond's Detachment of Cavalry, acting as Express. 

From Oct. 6 to Oct. 10, 1S14. Service at Thomaston. 



Rank and Name. 
Alexander Lemond, Sergeant 



Privates. 
Cooper, George B. 
Crawford, Lawrence 



Lemond, Oliver 
Smith, Abiather 



Lieut. Col. O. Shead's Regiment. 

From July to Sept. 12, 1812. Service at Eastport. 



Field and Staff. 

Oliver Shead, Lieutenant Colonel, East- 
port 

Joseph Whitney, Lieutenant Colonel, 
Calais 



John Balcomb, Major, Robinstown 
Thomas Vose, Major, Robinstown 
John Wood, Adjutant, Eastport 
Stephen Jones, Quartermaster, East- 
port 



Benjamin D. Prince, Paymaster, East- 
port 
John Barstow, Surgeon, Eastport 
Heiu-y A. Clark, Chaplain, Eastport 



Capt. T. Vose, Jr.'s Company, Lieut. Col. O. Shead's Regiment. 

From July 2 to Aug. 5, 1812. Raised at Robinstown. Service at Eastport. 



Rank and Name. 


Dudley, Moses 


Potter, Solomon 


Thomas Vose, Jr., Captain 


Felt, Jonathan W. 


Pottle, Benjamin 


Amos Da\is, Ensign 


Frost, Thomas 


Pottle, John 




Garev, Elbridge 


Pottle, William 


Martin Byrnes, Sergeant 


Golding, Peter 


Seeley, Joseph 


George Phelps, Sergeant 


Hubbard, Thomas 


Spaulding, Robert 


Seth Gaynev, Sergeant 


Johnson, Hezekiah 


Springer, Samuel 


William Nutt, Sergeant 


Johnson, Job, Jr. 


Stanhope, Rudolphus 


Isaac Parker, Musician 


Johnson, John 


Stephenson, Priest P. 


Nathaniel D. Snow, Musician 


Johnson, Samuel 


Stickney, Samuel 




Kellogg, Ezekiel F. 


Stickney, Timothy 


Privates. 


Loring, Isaac 


Stovers, Experiance 


Bonds, Samuel 


Loring, Peter, Jr. 


Temple, Isaac 


Bugbee, Robert 


McField, Duncan 


Tuttle, CjTus 


Bugbee, William, Jr. 


Mesemel, John 


Webber, Asa 


Cox, John 


Morrison, John 




Davis, Joseph 


Morrison, William 





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Capt. J. Keene's Company, Lieut. Col. O. Shead's Regiment. 

From July 15 to Sept. 5, 1S12. Raised at Calais. Service at Eastport. 



Rank and Name. 


Clark, William, 27 July 


Noble, Daniel 


Jarius Keene, Captain 


Crockett, William 


Paine, Richard 




Dunning, Andrew 


Pettegrow, Francis 


Lebee G. Spring, Clerk 


Dyer, Samuel 


Pettegrow, Nahun 


Jeremiah Robbin.s, Sergeant 


Dyer, Stephen, Jr. 


Pike, Robert 


CofRn Sanborn, Sergeant 


Eastman, Joseph 


Reading, Ebenezer 


Robert Webb, Sergeant 


Frost, Aaron 


Reading, Joseph 


Elijah G. Wetherbee, Corporal 


Hill, Thomas 


Rhoads, Daniel 


Joshua Whitney, Corporal 


Hodgman, Thomas 


Russell, Elijah 


Thomas Paine, Corporal 


Hopkins, Rcdfield 


Scott, Samuel 


Ephraim Sands, Corporal 


Hutehings, John 


Shillaber, William 




Kilburn, John 


Spencer, John 


Privates. 


Knight, Henry 


Sprague, James 


Allen, Noah 


Knight, Joel 


Sprague, Jolin 


Barker, Timothy 


Knight, Westbrook 


Thomhill, Thomas 


Beliter, Thomas 


Nights, George 


Townson, Abijah 


Bohanan, Amariah 


Lamb, James, Sept 5 


Townson, Robert 


Bohanan, Daniel 


Lane, John 


Williams, Johnson 


Brooks, John 


Lane, Nathan 


Young, David I. 


Chandler, Stephen 


Lane, William 




Christopher, George 


Nevers, Jonathan 





Capt. J. W. Raynolds' Company, Lieut. Col. O. Shead's Regiment. 

From July 15 to Aug. 28, 1812. Service at Eastport. 



Rank and Name. 


Clark, Benjamin R. 


Maroney, Peter 


John W. Raynolds, Captain 


Coggin, Benjamin W. 


Maroney, Samuel 


Jotham G. Raynolds, Ensign 


Eaton, Henry M. 


McDaniel, John 




Fay, Briah 


Nezenby, John 


William Phelps, Clerk 


Grace, Richard P. 


Nutter, George 


Benjamin Raynolds, Sergeant 


Guptil, Nathaniel 


Nutter, James 


William Lawrence, Sergeant 


Guptil, Robert 


Nutter, John 


Joseph Roberson, Sergeant 


Guptil, Thomas 


Phelps, Jonah 


Benjamin Small, Corj^oral 


Hardv, Daniel 


Ramsdell, Isaac 


William Runney, Corporal 


Hart, William 


Raynolds, Jonathan 


Ebenezer Rice, Corporal 


Basking, Samuel 


Stearns, Elijah 




Janes, Robert 


Wilson, Samuel N. 


Privates. 


Kelly, William 


Woodward, Josiah 


BornwcU, Timothy 


Leighton, Hatwell 


Yerbey, John 


Bundell, Daniel 


Lyon, Mathew 




Case, William 


Maroney, Joseph 





Capt. W. Hill's Company, Lieut. CoL O. Shead's Regiment. 

From July 21 to Sept. 1, 1S12. Service at Ea.stport and Lubec. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Hill, Oliver C. 


William Hill, Captain 


Baker, Edward 


Jones, Lemuel H. 


John Swett, Lieutenant 


Bell, CJeorge, Jr. 


Keys, Jonas T. 


Thomas Rice, Quartermaster 


Briant, William 


Leighton, John, substituted by Lunt, 




Brooks, Anthony 


Joseph 


Robert Dutch, Sergeant 


Brown, Walter B. 


Lincoln, John C. 


Samuel Leighton, Sergeant 


Buckman, Ben, substituted by Hoppin, 


McGlauflin, David 


Jeremiah F. Young, Sergeant 


John B. 


McGlaufiin, William 


Jesse Steplienson, Sergeant 


Clark, Nathaniel, substituted by Rogers, 


McQuillin, David P. 


Lewis F. Delesdiner, Jr., Corporal 


John 


Morgan, James 


Hiram Earle, Corporal 


Clark, Nathaniel, Jr. 


Morton, Nathaniel 


Alexander Capen, Musician 


Cochran, Samuel, substituted l)y Lunt, 


Powers, Daniel, substituted by Hood, 


James Perkins, Musician 


John 


Peter 




Hatch Stephen, substituted by Trim, 


Small, Neliemiah 




John 


Stetson, Gideon 




Hill, Miles 


Todd, Jolm M. 



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Capt. J. N. Peary's Company, Lieut. Col. O. Shead's Regiment. 

From July 21 to Sept. 1, 1812. Service at Eastport. 



Rank and Name. 
John N. Peary, Captain 
Sherman Leland, Lieutenant 

Leonard Peirce, Clerk 
Frankhn Gould, Sergeant 
Thomas Lesure, Sergeant 
Enoch Freeman, Sergeant 
Barney Allen, Corporal 
Henry Newcomb, Corporal 
Henry G. Archer, Corporal 
William Wortman, Corporal 
John Rogers, Musician 

Privates. 
Andrews, Ebenezer 
Bacon, Thomas 
Bean, Ira A. 
Beeman, Charles 



Blatchford, Joseph 

Buck, Asa 

Buskirk, L. V. 

Carson, Aaron 

Chalmer, Peter 

Crane, Robert, substituted by Pruttle- 
bury, Thomas 

Delcsderwin, WiUiam, substituted by 
Blackwell, James 

Fiket, Nathaniel 

Folsom, Joseph 

Fuller, Moses, substituted by McDonald, 
Michael 

Gilman, Warren 

Gleason, Silas 

Hill, Ralph 

Johnson, Paul, Jr., substituted by Bus- 
well, John 

Kelly, William 



Kimball, James 

Mason, John 

McMiller, Fryling 

Morton, Elkanah 

Norwood, Moses, substituted by Burnes, 

Patrick 
Norwood, Nathaniel, substituted by 

Barnaby, Benjamin 
Norwood, William, substituted by Smith, 

John 
Olds, James 
Palmer, John 
Rich, James 
Russell, Abraham 
Tuttle, Worster, substituted by Lunt, 

John 
York, Archibald 



Capt. T. George's Company, Lieut. CoL O. Shead's Regiment. 

From Aug. 11 to Aug. 31, 1812. Raised at Eastport. Service at Eastport. 



Rank and Name. 
Thomas George, Captain, Aug. 11 to 

Aug. 31 
Seth Rider, Lieutenant, Aug. 11 to 

Aug. 31 
Joseph Bridgham, Jr., Ensign, Aug. 11 to 

Aug. 31 

James Webster, Sergeant, Aug. 11 to 

Aug. 31 
James Jackman, Sergeant, Aug. 11 to 

Aug. 31 
Daniel Kimball, Sergeant, Aug. 11 to 

Aug. 31 
Daniel Burt, Sergeant, Aug. 11 to Aug. 

31 
James Dunning, Corporal, Aug. 14 to 

Aug. 31 
James Anderson, Corporal, Aug. 14 to 

Aug. 31 
Abram Chick, Corporal, Aug. 14 to 

Aug. 31 
Levi Torrence, Corporal, Aug. 14 to 

Aug. 31 
John Allen, Musician, Aug. 14 to Aug. 31 
Clark Pedi, Musician, Aug. 14 to Aug. 31 



Privates. 
Black, Edward, Aug. 21 to Aug. 31 
Bridges, Moses, Aug. 21 to Aug. 31 
Butler, William, Aug. 14 to Aug. 31 
Carter, David K., Aug. 21 to Aug. 31 
Carter, Isaac, Aug. 21 to Aug. 31 
Chamberlain, Pickman, Aug. 14 to 

Aug. 31 
Clark, Josiah, Aug. 14 to Aug. 31 
Clay, Benjamin, Aug. 21 to Aug. 31 
Clay, George, Aug. 21 to Aug. 31 
Coggins, Samuel, Aug. 21 to Aug. 31 
Conhord, James, Aug. 14 to Aug. 31 
Davis, John, Aug. 14 to Aug. 31 
Dodge, Hezekiah, Aug. 21 to Aug. 31 
Dodge, William, Aug. 21 to Aug. 31 
Douglas, Randal, Aug. 14 to Aug. 31 
Eddy, William, Aug. 14 to Aug. 31 
Ellis, Stephen, Aug. 21 to Aug. 31 
Fruthy, James, Aug. 21 to Aug. 31 
Gage, John, Aug. 21 to Aug. 31 
Gilpatrick, Jolui, Aug. 31 to Aug. 31 
Godfrey, Albert W., Aug. 14 to Aug. 31 
Grant, Elijah, Aug. 14 to Aug. 31 
Gray, Aaron, Aug. 21 to Aug. 31 
Gray, Jolui, Aug. 21 to Aug. 31 



Gross, James, Aug. 14 to Aug. 31 
Heath, John G., Aug. 14 to Aug. 31 
Heath, Jonathan, Aug. 14 to Aug. 31 
Herrick, Amos, Aug. 21 to Aug. 31 
Holt, William, Aug. 14 to Aug. 31 
Hutchins, Jonathan, Aug. 31 to Aug. 31 
Inman, AUin, Aug. 14 to Aug. 31 
Inman, Marcy, Aug. 31 to Aug. 31 
Jackman, John, Aug. 14 to Aug. 31 
Johnson, Ebenezer, Aug. 14 to Aug. 31 
Low, Thomas, Aug. 14 to Aug. 31 
McCaslin, Adam, Aug. 21 to Aug. 31 
McCaslin, Reuben, Aug. 21 to Aug. 31 
McPheters, William, Aug. 14 to Aug 31 
Oakes, Eli, Aug. 14 to Aug. 31 
Page, Joseph, Aug. 14 to Aug. 31 
Phillips, James, Aug. 14 to Aug. 31 
Pishon, Isaac, Aug. 14 to Aug. 31 
Piisher, Joel, Aug. 14 to Aug. 31 
Tibbetts, Ichabod, Aug. 21 to Aug. 31 
Tibbetts, John, Aug. 14 to Aug. 31 
Tozer, William, Aug. 14 to Aug. 31 
White, William, Aug. 14 to Aug. 31 
Wilson, John, Aug. 21 to Aug. 31 



Lieut. B. Wilder's Detachment, Lieut. Col. O. Shead's Regiment. 

From July 15 to Aug. 7, 1812. Raised at Lubee and Eastport. Service at Eastport. 



Rank and Name. 


Brown, Christopher, Jr. 


Mahen, William 


Bela Wilder, Lieutenant 


Gardner, A., Jr. 


Mahoon, James 




Harrison, James W. 


Oraston, William 


Privates. 


Heath, Hows 


Orvin, William 


151ackwood, James, Jr. 


Kilby, Daniel 


Parrot, William _ 


lilankinburgh, John 


Kilby, John 


Smith, Thomas 


Bosworth, Daniel 


Kilby, William, Jr. 


Wilder, Oren 


Bridge, Jesse C. 


Leighton, George W. 


Wilder, T., 3d 



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Capt. J. Chamberlain's Detached Company of Militia, Maj. J. Ulmer's Battalion. 

From Sept. 1 to Dec. 31, 1S12. Raised at Brewer. Mustered into the United States service and stationed at Eastport. 



R.\NK AND Name. 


Clark, James 


Loud, Eplu-aim 


Joshua Chamberlain, Captain 


Cobb, William 


Lowell, Benjamin 


Peter Newcomb, Lieutenant 


Cole, Seth 


Mayo, Joseph 


Samuel Freeman, Ensign 


Colson, David 


MerriO, Davis 




Craig, George 


Michaels, William 


Robert Thompson, Sergeant 


Curtis, James 


Milvin, Benjamin 


Daniel Nickerson, Sergeant 


Dean, Obadiah 


Mudgctt, Levi 


Joshua Sparrow, Sergeant 


Dean, Robert 


Murch, Walter 


Lemuel Hamilton, Sergeant 


Dean, AVilliam 


Murray, Benjamin 


Emery Bradbmy, Corporal 


Dearborn, Jacob 


Nutter, James 


John Boohr, Corporal (died) 


Dunbar, Isaac 


Odell, John 


William Kendall, Corporal 


Dyer, David 


Palmer, Silas 


John Sanborn, Corporal 


Fisher, Gardner 


Pomery, William (D) 


Zenos Dexter, Musician 


Freeman, Thomas 


Pratt, Seth 


Mark Fernald, Musician 


Frost, Samuel 


Rice, David 




Furbush, Elisha 


Rinds, Samuel 


Privates. 


Galen, Richard 


Smith, Josiah 


Baker, Jeremiah 


Henderson, Nathan 


Smith, Lemuel 


Ballard, William 


Hews, Elihu 


Snow, Henry C. 


Booder, WiUiam 


Higgins, Josiah 


Sparrow, Benjamin 


Bottom, Solomon 


Humes, John 


Stuts, Eben 


Buzzell, Daniel 


Jackson, David 


Stuts, Edad 


Carr, Richard 


Kenney, Edward 


Tm'rier, John B. 


Chadbourn, John 


Kemiey, Le\d 


West, William 


Chadburn, Daniel G. 


Kemiiston, David (D) 




Chase, Abner 


Knowles, Abiather 





Lieut. Col. J. Black's Command. 

March and April, 1813; 7 to 9 days only. Service at Mount Desert. Lieut. Col. John Black's Second Regiment, Second Brigade, Tenth 

Division, called out to defend Mount Desert, Dec. 28, 1813. 



Rank and Name. 


Staff. 


Jonathan Madden, Sergeant 


John Black, Lieutenant Colonel 


Moses Adams, Adjutant 


John Tinker, Sergeant 


Labin Pond, Major 


Samuel Dutton, Quartermaster 




John Jelhson, Major 




Love Joy, Musician 




Noncommissioned Officers. 


Daniel Monarch, Musician 


John G. Dean, Lieutenant Colonel Com- 


David G. McCobb, Sergeant 


John G. Joy, Musician 


manding 


Joseph Morrison, Sergeant 


Sewall E. Tuttle, Musician 


Simeon Milliken, Captain 


Samuel Milliken, Sergeant 


Alfred Joy, Musician 


Daniel Adams, Captain 


John Clark, Sergeant 


Temple Joy, Musician 


Nathaniel Truwargy, Ensign 


Richard Heath, Sergeant 




Nathan Clark, Ensign 


Nathaniel Smith, Jr., Sergeant 





Lieut. Col. J. Black's Command. 

March and April, 1813; 7 to 9 days. Raised at Ellsworth. Service at Mount Desert. 



Rank and Name. 


Joseph Morrison, Sergeant 


Privates. 


John Black, Lieutenant Colonel 


Samuel Milliken, Sergeant 


Alley, Isaac 


Labin Pond, Major 


John Clark, Sergeant 


Atherton, Peter 


Jolm Jcllison, Major 


Richard Heath, Sergeant 


Atherton, Thomas 


Simeon Milliken, Cajstain 


Nathaniel Smith, Sergeant 


Barker, James 


Daniel Adams, Captain 


Jonathan Maddox, Sergeant 


Beal, Edward 


John G. Seame, Lieutenant 


John Tinker, Sergeant 


Bennet, Daniel 


Nathaniel Tm'wagrv, EiLsign 


Love Joy, Musician 


Card, Dominicus 


Nathan Clark, Ensign 


Daniel Monarch, Musician 


Card, Jeremiah 


Moses Adams, Adjutant 


Sewall E. Tuttle, Musician 


Carter, James 


Samuel Dutton, Quartermaster 


John G. Joy, Musician 


Colby, Eli 


(David George Washington Cobb) (?) 


Alfred Joy, Musician 


Davis, Ezra 




Temple Joy, Musician 


Day, Moses 



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Lieut. Col. J. Black's Command — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Jordan, John G. 


Pond, Jasper 


Day, Thomas 


Jordan, Joseph 


Reed, William 


Fish or Fisk, James C. 


Jordan, Solomon 


Richardson, Benjamin 


Freeman, George 


Jordan, Stephen T. 


Richardson, David 


Freeman, Reuben 


Jordan, Walter 


Richardson, George 


Freeman, Reuben, Jr. 


Joy, Ivory H. 


Richardson, Hugh 


Freeze, Abraham 


Joy, Samuel 


Richardson, Isaac 


Freeze, George 


Kelly, Nathaniel 


Richardson, James 


Freeze, Isaac 


Leavy, John 


Richardson, Nathaniel 


Fullerton, Hemy 


Maddocks, Amos 


Richardson, Richard 


Garland, Benjamin 


Maddocks, Benjamin 


Richardson, Stephen 


Garland, Edward 


Maddocks, Benjamin, Jr. 


Richardson, Stephen, Jr. 


Garland, Josiah 


Maddocks, Samuel 


Roberts, William 


Gilley, AVilliam 


Manchester, John 


Sear, Jolin 


Oilman, Eliphalet 


McKenzie, Jolm 


Semes, Jolm 


Ginn, William R. 


McKenzie, William 


Sevey, Jacob 


Gott, Eliab 


Medar, Daniel 


Smith, Daniel 


Gott, Nathaniel 


MiUiken, AUen 


Smith, Elijah 


Gove, Peter 


Moon, Abner 


Stratton, David 


Harmon, George 


Moore, Benjamin 


Tinker, Joseph 


Harper, William 


Moore, Cornelius 


Townsend, Gara 


Herbert, George 


Moore, Edward 


Tucker, Nicholas 


Hodgdon, John 


Moore, Jotham 


Wallis, John 


Holt, Stephen 


Moore, Wyatt 


Wargatt, Asa 


Hopkins, AUen 


Mui'ch, Wilham 


Wargatt, David 


Jackson, Jolm 


Nason, Joseph 


Wargatt, Davis 


JeUison, Zacharius 


Nutter, Alexander 


Wargatt, Moses 


Jones, Charles 


Parsons, Amos 


Warwell, Joseph 


Jones, Theodore 


Peters, Anch'ew 


Woodworth, Stephen G. 


Jordan, Benjamin 


PhiUips, Henry 




Jordan, Isaac 


Pond, Asa A. 





Capt. D. Adams' Company, Lieut. Col. J. Black's Regiment. 

March and April, 1813; 7 to 9 days only. Raised at Ellsworth. Service at Mount Desert. 



Rank and Name. 


Jellison, Jack 


Richardson, David 


Daniel Adams, Captain 


Joy, Samuel, Jr. 


Richardson, George 


( 


Kelly, Nathaniel 


Richardson, Hugh 


Privates. 


Maddox, Benjamin 


Ricliardson, Isaac 


Barker, James 


Maddox, Benjamin, Jr. 


Richardson, James 


Beall, Edward 


Maddox, Samuel, Jr. 


Richardson, Nathaniel 


Card, Jeremiah 


Margatt or Wargatt, Asa 


Richardson, Richard 


Carter, James 


Margatt or Wargatt, David, Jr. 


Richardson, Stephen, Jr. 


Davis, Ezra 


Maxwell, Joseph 


Richardson, Stephen, 3d 


Fish, James C. 


Moore, Abner 


Richardson, Stephen, 4th 


Freese, Abraham 


Moore, Benjamin, Jr. 


Roberts, William 


Freese, George 


Moore, Edward, Jr. 


Sleavry, John 


Freese, Isaac 


Moore, Jotham 


Smith, Daniel 


Fullerton, Henry 


Moore, Wvatt, Jr. 


Smith, Elijah 


CJarland, Benjamin 


MuUiken or MiUiken, AUen 


Stratton, David 


Garland, Edward 


Nason, Joseph 


Tourtellot, Nathaniel 


Garland, Josiah, Jr. 


Nutter, Alexander 


Townsend, Jerva 


Oilman, Eliphalet 


Parsons, Amos 


Tucker, Nicholas 


Gove, Peter 


PhiUips, Henry 


Wallis, John 


Holt, Stephen 


Reed, William 


Wargatt or Margatt, David 


Hopkins, Allen 


Richardson, Benjamin 


Wargatt or Margatt, Moses 



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Capt. Simeon Milliken's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Black's Regiment. 

March and April, 1813; 7 to 9 days only. Raised at Ellsworth. Service at Mount Desert. Captain Milliken volunteered and rendered ser- 
vice, having resigned and being discharged Dec. 11, 1812. 



Rank 


AND Name. 


Gott, Eliab 


Joy, Ivory H. 


Simeon Milliken, 


Captain 


Gott, Nathaniel 


Lean, John 






Harman, George 


Lewey, Jacob 


Privates. 


Harper, William 


Maddocks, Nathan 


Alley, Isaac 




Hodgdon, John 


Manchester, John 


Atherton, Peter 




Hubert, George 


McKenzic, John 


Atherton, Thomas 




Jackson, John 


McKenzie, William 


Bennet, Daniel 




Jones, Charles 


Medar, Daniel 


Card, Dominicus 




Jones, Theodore, Jr. 


Murch, William 


Colby, Eli 




Jordan, Benjamin, Jr. 


Nason, Robert 


Day, Moses 




Jordan, Isaac 


Peters, Andrew 


Day, Thomas 




Jordan, John G. 


Pond, Asa A. 


Freeman, George 




Jordan, Joseph 


Pond, Jasper 


Freeman, Reuben 


Jr. 


Jordan, Solomon, Jr. 


Tinker, Joseph 


Freeman, Reuben, 


Sr. 


Jordan, Stephen F. 


Woodman, Stephen G. 


Gilley, William 




Jordan, Walter, Jr. 





Capt. J. Farmer's Company, Lieut. Col. M. Nichol's Regiment. 

From Oct. 17 to Dec. 6, 1813. Service at Jordan's Point and Portland Harbor. 



Rank and Name. 


Cash, Stephen (34 days) 


Leighton, Ezekiel (41 days) 


James Farmer, Captain (31 days) 


Chamberlain, Joshua (36 days) 


Libby, Joseph (36 days) 


HoUibut Herrick, Lieutenant (31 days) 


Choate, Benjamin (42 days) 


Lilley, John (48 days) 


Enoch Moody, Ensign (31 days) 


Cobb, Joseph (42 days) 


Long, Lemuel (38 days) 




Conant, Edward (35 days) 


Lord, Nathan (42 days) 


Samuel Gookin, Sergeant (30 days) 


Doan, Edward (34 days) 


Maxwell, Stephen (38 days) 


Caleb Brown, Sergeant (31 days) 


Dodge, John (36 days) 


McCorrison, William (36 days) 


Robert EvaiLS, Sergeant (31 days) 


Dyer, Chadbourne (35 days) 


Merrill, Levi (37 days) 


Gain Robinson, Sergeant (38 days) 


Edgcumb, Daniel (41 days) 


Merrill, Timothy (42 days) 


Alvan Dillingham, Corporal (31 days) 


Edgcumb, Gideon, Jr. (37 days) 


Nason, Abraham, Jr. (35 days) 


Richard Skilton, Corporal (3.5 days) 


Fickett, Samuel (41 days) 


Noble, Isaac (35 days) 


William Curtis, Corporal (37 days) 


Field, Josiah (41 days) 


Paine, Alexander (36 days) 


John J. Jennings, Corporal (40 days) 


Foss, John S. (42 days) 


Quinby, Hiram (42 days) 


Stephen Knight, Musician (25 days) 


Gillman, John (36 days) 


Randall, Benjamin (37 days) 


Joseph Bailey, Musician (35 days) 


Hall, Josiah (42 days) 


Skillings, Lemuel (34 days) 




Hanscomb, Moses (38 days) 


Staples, Richard (34 days) 


Privates. 


Harmon, Jonathan (36 days) 


Tlu-asher, Robert (34 days) 


Adams, Henry (35 days) 


Harmon, Thomas (36 days) 


Warren (?), Robert (42 days) 


Bailey, James P. (36 days) 


Hersey, Israel (38 days) 


Waterhouse, Joseph H. (36 days) 


Barret, Benjamin (35 days) 


Howard, Abiazer (36 days) 


Weymouth, Robert (41 days) 


Benskins, Thomas (36 days) 


Johnson, William (35 days) 


Wheeler, Joseph (38 days) 


Berry, Levi (41 days) 


Jones, Butler (49 days) 


Wheeler, Nathaniel (38 days) 


Bracket, Daniel (37 clays) 


Jones, Jonathan (35 days) 


Whitney, Luther (35 days) 


Bracket, Ephraliam (36 days) 


Knight, William (36 days) 


Woodman, Jeremiah (37 days) 


Bragdon, Solomon (36 days) 


Leighton, Andrew (36 days) 


Woodsom, Daniel (42 days) 



Muster Roll of Capt. J. Farmer's Company, Lieut. CoL Nichols' Regiment. 

From Oct. 17 to time of discharge, 1813. Stationed at, and from Portland. This appears to be a consolidation of two companies, giving the 

number of days served. 



Rank and Name. 


Gain Robinson, Sergeant (38 days) 


Privates. 


James Farmer, Captain (31 days) 


Alvin Dillingham, Corporal (31 days) 


Adams, Henry (35 days) 


HaUibut Herrick, Lieutenant (31 days) 


Richard Skilton, Corporal (35 days) 


Bailey, James P. (36 days) 


Enoch Moody, Ensign (31 days) 


William Curtis, Corporal (37 days) 


Banskins, Thomas (36 days) 




John H. Jennings, Corporal (40 days) 


Barrett, Benjamin (35 days) 


Samuel Gookin, Sergeant (30 days) 


Stephen Knight, Musician (20 days) 


Berry, Levi (41 days) 


Caleb Brown, Sergeant (31 days) 


Joseph Bailey, Musician (35 days) 


Brackett, Daniel (37 days) 


Robert Evans, Sergeant (31 days) 




Brackett, Ephraim (36 days) 



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Muster Roll of Capt. J. Farmer's Company, Lieut. Col. Nichols' Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 
Bragdon, Solomon (36 daj's) 
Cash, Stephen (34 days) 
Chamberlain, Joshua (36 daj's) 
Choate, Benjamin (42 daj's) 
Cobb, .Josei)h (42 days) 
Conant, Edward (35 days) 
Doanc, Edward (34 days) 
Dodge, .John (36 days) 
Dyer, Chadbourn (35 days) 
Kdgeomb, Daniel (41 days) 
Edgcomb, Gideon, Jr. (41 days) 
P^ickett, Samuel (41 days) 
Field, Jo.siah (41 days) 
Foss, John S. (42 days) 
Ciillman, John (36 days) 
Hall, Josiah (42 days) 



Hanscomb, Moses (38 days) 
Harmon, Jonathan (36 days) 
H.armon, Thomas (36 days) 
Hersey, Israel (38 days) 
Howard, Abiazer (36 days) 
Johnson, William (35 days) 
Jones, Butler (49 days) 
Jones, Jonathan (35 days) 
Knight, Willi.am (36 days) 
Leighton, Ezekiel (41 days) 
Libby, Joseph (36 days) 
Lilly, John (48 days) 
Long, Lemuel (38 days) 
Lord, Nathan (42 days) 
Maxwell, Stephen (38 days) 
MeCorison, William (36 days) 
Merrill, Levi (37 days) 



Merrill, Timothy (42 days) 
Nason, Abram, Jr. (35 days) 
Noble, Isaac (35 days) 
Paine, Alexander (36 days) 
Quimby, Hiram (42 days) 
Randall, Benjamin (37 days) 
Skilliugs, Lemuel (24 days) 
Staples, Richard (34 days) 
Thrasher, Robert (34 days) 
Warren, Robert (42 days) 
Waterhouse, Joseph H. (35 days) 
Weymouth, Robert (41 days) 
Wheeler, Joseph (38 days) 
Wheeler, Nathaniel (38 days) 
Whitney, Luther (34 days) 
Woodman, Jeremiah (37 days) 
Woodson, Daniel (42 days) 



A Consolidated Muster Roll of Capt. A. W. Atherton's Company, from Time of Entry to Oct. 17, 1813, and from. October 

17 to Date of Discharge. 

Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Bolton, Royal (26 days) 


Mart.in, Josiah (21 days) 


Abel W. Atherton, Captain 


Bolton, Thomas (26 days) 


McDetton, Hugh (30 days) 


Henrv Smith, Lieutenant (31 daj's) 


Burns, George, Jr. (30 days) 


Moody, Lemuel, 2d (30 days) 


John Watson, Ensign (31 days) 


Chase, Da\'id (26 days) 


Morton, Major (26 days) 


Benjamin Tukev, Adjutant (30 days) 


Cotton, Joseph (2 days) 


Nason, Uriah (26 days) 


James Chase, Acljutant (31 days) (sub- 


Crockett, Hemy (26 days) 


Philbrick, Caleb P. (26 days) 


stituted Benjamin Tukey) 


Dresser, Joseph (30 days) 


PhiUips, Charles E. (30 days) 


John ChadwcU, Commissary (30 days) 


Elwell, Joseph (27 days) 


Pierce, Joseph (30 days) 




Emery, Elijah (1 day) 


Plummer, Moses (30 days) 


George Stacy, Sergeant (30 days) 


Emery, William (26 days) 


Prince, Sewell (26 days) 


Samuel Shattuek, Sergeant (28 days) 


Foss, John (26 days) 


Rogers, Edward (26 days) 


James Gammon, Sergeant (26 daj's) 


Freeman, Hem-y (30 days) 


Sanborn, James, Jr. (11 days) 


Sherbiu'n Liljby, Sergeant (25 days) 


Gould, Thomas F. (24 days) 


Sculley, Wilham (30 days) 


Tunothv Chadljurn, Corporal (30 days) 


Gray, S.amuel (26 days) 


Stewart, Wentworth (26 days) 


Jonathan Wares, Corporal (30 days) 


Harding, Joseph (30 days) 


Stimpson, Amos (26 days) 


Benjamin Carter, Corporal (26 days) 


Harmon, James (26 days) 


Stimpson, John (26 days) 


Benjamin Clough, Corporal (26 days) 


Heath, Samuel (26 days) v. 
Hodges, Ezra (24 days) ' 


Sweet, Benjamin (26 days) 


Abram Jordan, Corporal (24 days) 


Thomas, Amos (21 days) 


Josiah Long, Musician (26 days) 


Jones, Edward (30 days) 


Treat, Richard (30 days) 


Joshua Chadburn, Musician (26 days) 


Jumper, Joseph (26 days) 


Twombly, Amos (11 days) 




Knight, Winslow (23 days) 


Williams, Joseph (26 days) 


Privates. 


Leighton, Robert (8 days) 


Williams, Joseph L. (30 days) 


Bacon, Timothy, Jr. (27 days) 


Libby, Enos (27 days) 


Williams, Peter (26 days) 


Baxton, Edward (27 days) 


Love, Alva, Deserted Oct. 3 


Wood, William (26 days) 


Berry, John (30 days) 


LoweU, Jonathan, Jr. (28 days) 


York, Joseph (26 days) 



Pay Roll of Capt. A. W. Atherton's Company, Lieut. Col. Nichols' Regiment. 

From Sept. 16 to Nov. 24, 1S13. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 
Abel W. Atherton, Captain (69 days) 
James Farmer, Captain (62 days) 
Henry Smith, Lieutenant (62 daj's) 
Hollilnit Herrick, Lieutenant (62 days) 
John ^^'at.'^on, Ensign (62 days) 
Enoch Moody, Ensign (62 days) 
Benjamin Tukey, Adjutant (30 days) 
John Chadwell, Commissary (61 days) 



George Stacy, Sergeant (61 days) 
Samuel Gookin, Sergeant (61 days) 
Samuel Shattuek, Sergeant (78 days) 
Caleb Brown, Sergeant (61 days) 
Robert Evans, Sergeant (61 days) 
James Gammon, Sergeant (61 days) 
Sherburn Libbey, vSergeant (61 days) 
Gaine Robinson, Sergeant (61 days) 
Timothy Chadbourn, Corporal (68 days) 



Jonathan Wares, Corporal (61 days) 
Oliver Dillingham, Corporal (61 days) 
Benjamin Carter, Corporal (61 days) 
Benjamin Clough, Corporal (68 days) 
Richard Shilton, Corporal (61 days) 
William Curtis, Corporal (61 days) 
Abram Jordan, Corporal (61 days) 
John H. Jenning, Corporal (61 days) 
Josiali Ling or Long, Musician (68 days) 



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Pay Roll of A. W. Atherton's Company, Lieut. Col. Nichols' Regiment ^Concluded. 



Rank and Name — Concluded. 


Fields, Josiah (61 days) 


Merrill, Timothy (61 days) 


Joshua Cliadburn, Musician (68 days) 


Foss, John (61 days) 


Moodv, Samuel, 2d (67 days) 


Joseph Bailey, Musician (61 days) 


Foss, John S. (61 days) 


Morton, Major (61 days) 


Stephen Knight, Musician (25 days) 


Freeman, Henry (68 days) 


Nayson, Abraham, Jr. (61 days) 




Gilman, John (61 days) 


Noble, Isaac (61 days) 


Privates. 


Gould, Thomas F. (61 days) 


Paine, Alexander (61 days) 


Adams, Henry (61 days) 


Gray, Samuel (61 days) 


Philbrick, Caleb P. (61 days) 


Bacon, Timothy, Jr. (61 days) 


Hall, Josiah (59 days) 


Phillips, Charles E. (61 days) 


Bailey, James P. (61 days) 


Hanscomb, Moses (61 days) 


Pierce, Joseph (61 days) 


Banskins, Thomas (61 clays) 


Harding, Joseph (61 days) 


Plummer, Moses (61 days) 


Barret, Benjamin (61 days) 


Harmon, James (61 days) 


Prince, Sewell (74 days) 


Baxton, Edward (61 days) 


Harmon, James, 2d (61 days) 


Quimby, Hiram (68 days) 


Berry, John (61 days) 


Harmon, Thomas (61 days) 


Randall, Benjamin (61 days) 


Berry, Levi (61 days) 


Heath, Samuel (61 days) 


Rogers, Edward (61 days) 


Bolton, Royal (61 days) 


Hersey, Israel (61 days) 


Sanljorn, John, Jr. (53 days) 


Bolton, Thomas (61 days) 


Hodges, Ezra (61 days) 


Sculley, William (61 days) 


Bracket, Epliraim (61 days) 


Howard, Abijah (61 days) 


Skillin, Lemuel (61 days) 


Brackett, Daniel (61 days) 


Johnson, William (61 days) 


Staples, Richard (61 days) 


Bragdon, Solomon (61 days) 


Jones, Butler (57 days) 


Stimpson, Amos (61 days) 


Burns, George, Jr. (61 days) 


Jones, Edward ((il days) 


Stimpson, John (61 days) 


Cash, Stephen (61 days) 


Jones, Jonathan (61 days) 


Stuart, Went worth (61 days) 


Chamberlain, Joshua (61 days) 


Jumper, Joseph (61 daj's) 


Sweet, Benjamin (61 days) 


Chase, David (61 days) 


Knight, William (61 days) 


Thomas, Amos (61 days) 


Chase, James (31 days) 


Knight, Winslow (61 days) 


Thrasher, Robert (61 days) 


Chote, Benjamin (68 days) 


Leavis, Hugh M. (61 days) 


Treat, Richard (61 days) 


Cobb, Joseph (61 days) 


Leighton, Andrew (61 days) 


Twombly, William (61 days) 


Conant, Edward (61 days) 


Leighton, Ezekiel (53 days) 


Warren, Robert (66 days) 


Cotton, Joseph (44 days) 


Leighton, Rolsert (49 days) 


Watcrhouse, Joseph (61 daj's) 


Crockett, Henry (61 days) 


Lilibey, Enos (61 days) 


Waymouth, Robert (61 days) 


Doan, Edward (61 days) 


Libby, Joseph (61 days) 


Wheeler, Joseph (61 days) 


Dodge, John (61 days) 


Lilley, John (74 days) 


Wheeler, Nathaniel (61 days) 


Dresser, Joseph (61 days) 


Long, Demuel (61 days) 


Whitney, Luther (61 days) 


Dyer, Chadburn (61 days) 


Lord, Nathan (67 days) 


Williams, Joseph (74 days) 


Edgecomb, Daniel (61 days) 


Lowell, Jonathan (61 days) 


Williams, Joseph, 2d (61 days) 


Edgecomb, Gideon, Jr. (61 days) 


Mareun, Josiah (61 days) 


Williams, Peter (61 days) 


Elwell, Samuel (61 days) 


Maxwell, Stephen (61 days) 


Wood, William (61 days) 


Emery, Elijah (43 days) 


Mayson, Uriah (61 days) 


Woodman, Jeremiah (61 days) 


Emery, William (68 days) 


McCorriston, William (61 days) 


Woodsom, Daniel (56 days) 


Fickett, Samuel (41 days) 


Merril, Levi (61 days) 


York, Joseph (61 days) 



Lieut. Col. W. R. Blaisdell's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 27, 1814. Service at Bath. Rendezvous at Gardiner, awaiting orders. 



Field and Staff. 
William R. Blaisdell, Lieutenant Col- 
onel, Greene 
Josiah Libby, Major, Wales 
Jotham Thompson, Major, Monmouth 



Jonathan Marston, Adjutant, Monmouth 
Joseph Mitchell, Quartermaster, Leeds 
Thomas W. Bridgham, Surgeon, Leeds 



Noncommissioned Staff. 
Josiah Larrabee, Sergeant Major 
Da^^d Dunning, Quartermaster Sergeant 
Joel Small, Drum Major 
Amos Woodman, Fife Major 



Capt. N. PettingiU's Company, Lieut. CoL W. R. Blaisdell's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 20, 1814. Raised at Lewiston, Service in camp at Gardiner, awaiting orders. 



Rank and Name. 


Lang Wright, Corporal 


Privates. 


Nathaniel Pettingill, Captain 


Thomas Ham, Corporal 


Anderson, Robert 


Nathan Sleeper, Lieutenant 


Stephen Wilkins, Corporal 


Barker, David 


Zacheus Litchfield, Ensign 


John Wright, Corporal 


Barnes, Peletiah ^ 




Amaziah Merrill, Musician 


Batten, Abraham 


Pliineas Wright, Sergeant 


Jolm Ham, Musician 


Cole, Jeremiah 


Davis Nevins, Sergeant 


Freeman Skinner, Musician 


Cole, Samuel, Jr. 


Luther Litchfield, Sergeant 




Dill, William 


Samuel R. Reed, Sergeant 







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Capt. N. Pettingill's Company, Lieut. Col. W. R. Blaisdell's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Merrill, Jedediah, Jr. 


Read, Jacob H. 


Downing, John 


Merrill, Richard 


Read, Oliver 


Graffam, David 


Moore, Nathan 


Sawj'er, Ezra 


Hackett, John 


Pearce, William 


Stetson, Elijah 


Harris, Richard 


Perham, Seled 


Stetson, Stephen 


Hooper, Isaac S. 


Randall, Ezra, Jr. 


Taylor, Thomas 


Jepson, Ebenezer 


Randall, James 


Winslow, John 


Landfest, Abraham 


Ray, Jonathan 


Witham, Ebenezer 


Lowell, James 


Read, Ichabod 





Capt. M. Sprague's Company, Lieut. Col. W. R. Blaisdell's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 25, 1814. Raised at Greene. Service in camp at Gardiner, awaiting orders. 



Rank and Name. 


Booker, Jacob 


Jackson, Michael 


Moses Sprague, Captain 


Briggs, David 


Lavne, Samuel 


Gershom Curtis, Lieutenant 


Briggs, William 


Littlcficld, Ephraim 


Otis Anderson, Ensign 


Brown, Richard 


Littleficld, Ivory 




Chadbourne, John 


Littlefield, Laphael 


John Beals, Sergeant 


Chick, Ehas 


Littlefield, Story 


Turner Stetson, Sergeant 


Coburn, Isaiah 


Mower, Isaac 


Jacob Hatch, Sergeant 


Coburn, Phineas 


Mower, Thomas 


William Sprague, Jr., Sergeant 


Coffin, James 


Pere, Charles 


Luther Robbing, Corporal 


Curtis, Robert 


Pere, James, Jr. 


James Chadbourn, Corporal 


Cushman, Artemas 


Qtiimby, Benjamin 


Nathaniel Harris, Corporal 


D.ay, Jacob 


Quimby, John 


Joseph Herrick, 2d, Corporal 


Firbish, Abraham 


Reed, Russell H. 


Reuben Robbins, Musician 


Firbish, John 


Richardson, Silas 


Isaac Sprague, Musician 


Grant, Stephen 


Richardson, Zacheriah 




Griffin, Isaac 


Shipley, Jonathan 


Privates. 


Hatch, Josiah 


Stevens, Rufus 


Austin, Stephen 


Hatch, Samuel 


Weld, Timothy 


Bailey, Joseph 


Herris, John, Jr. 


Wilkins, David 


Bates, Reuben 


Herris, Joseph 





Capt. S. Howard's Company, Lieut. Col. W. R. Blaisdell's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Sept. 26, 1814. Raised at Leeds. Service in camp at Gardiner, awaiting orders. 



Rank and Name. 


Bailey, Wliitman 


Gould, Rufus 


Stillman Howard, Captain (Absent) 


Berry, Joseph 


Gould, Simeon 


Levi Foss, Lieutenant (Commanding) 


Boothliy, Cyrus 


Gould, William 


Samuel Brown, Ensign 


Boothby, Stephen 


House, H. 




Brown, Abner 


Jemiings, Alexander 


Benjamin Willett, Sergeant 


Carver, Eleazer 


Jennings, Franl<;l!n 


Daniel Parcher, Sergeant 


Carver, John 


Jennings, John 


Hoten Sumner, Sergeant 


Carver, William 


Knapp, Charles 


Israel Herrick, Sergeant 


Cushman, Andi'ew 


Knapp, Elijah 


Orthnell Pratt, Sergeant 


Dean, Zebulon 


Knapp, Elijah, 2d 


Thaddeus Foss, Sergeant 


Ellis, Oran 


Knowlton, John 


Isaac Boothby, Corporal 


Fish, Benjamin 


Lane, Alpheus 


Cyi-us Foss, Corporal 


Fish, I. or J., Jr. 


Lane, John 


Amos Phillips, Corporal 


Fish, William 


Leadbetter, Luther 


Nathaniel Huse, Jr., Corporal 


Francis, John 


Lincoln, Rufus 


Jonathan Goold, Musician 


Francis, Thomas, Jr. 


Lindsey, James 


Naphtali Hanson, Musician 


Freeman, Allen 


Lothrop, Ira 


Seth Fish, Musician 


Freeman, Isaac 


Lothrop, Thomas 


Ebenezer Hanson, Musician 


Freeman, Samuel 


Mason, John 




George, Francis, Jr. 


Mason, Martin 


Privates. 


Gould, Asa 


Millett, John 


Andrews, John 


Gould, Eli 


Millett, Zebulon P. 


Bailey, Ebenezer 


Gould, Peltiah 


Moore, Samuel 


Bailey, Joseph 


Gould, Robert 


Moulton, WiDiam 



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Capt. S. Howard's Company, Lieut. Col. W. R. Blaisdell's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates - 
Otis, Ensign 
Parker, Zacheriah 
Paul, Samuel 
Pettingill, Harvey 
Pettingill, John 



Concluded. 



Pratt, Charles 
Ramsdell, Joshua 
Ramsdell, William 
Richards, Daniel 
Richards, John 
Richards, Nathaniel 



Robbins, William 
Stinchfield, Ebenezer 
Stinchfield, Ezekiel G. 
Stinchfield, Ezra 
Witham, Daniel 



Capt. A. Daggett's Company, Lieut. Col. W. R. Blaisdell's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 26, 1S14. Raised at Greene and vicinity. Service in camp at Gardiner, awaiting orders. 



Rank and Name. 


Allen, Ichabod 


Merrill, John 


Aaron Daggett, Captain 


Berry, John 


Merrill, Levi, 3d 


Jabez Pratt, Lieutenant 


Cary, Anslem 


Muloon, Samuel 




Caswell, John, Jr. 


Parker, Jacob 


Thadeus Sawder, Sergeant 


Cummins, Ebenezer 


Pettingill, John, Jr. 


Benjamin Rackley, Sergeant 


Cummins, Jolm 


Robertson, John 


Ambris Brown, Sergeant 


Evans, Nathaniel 


Rose, Asa, Jr. 


Massey Sylvester, Sergeant 


Fogg, Walter 


Rose, Seth 


Levi Merrill, Jr., Corporal 


Getchell, Daniel 


Safford, Nathan 


Samuel Merrill, Corporal 


Ham, Rufus 


Sampson, Abel 


Stephen Rackley, Corporal 


Landers, Ansel 


Sinclair, James 


Thomas Graffam, Corporal 


Landers, Freeman 


Stevens, Thomas, Jr. 


Solomon Brown, Musician 


Larrabee, Ammi 


Thomas, Isaac 


Joseph H. Clark, Musician 


Larrabee, John, Jr. 


Thomas, Martin 




Longley, Thomas 


Wheeler, Simeon 


Privates. 


Merrill, Amos 


Wliite, Linus 


Additon, John 


Merrill, Benjamin, 3d 




Alden, Benjamin, Jr. 


Merrill, Jacob 





Capt. D. Lindsey's Company, Lieut. Col. W. R. Blaisdell's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 26, 1814. Raised at Leeds and vicinity. Service in camp at Gardiner, awaiting orders. 



Rank and Name. 


Crockett, Richard 


Lindsey, Robert B. 


David Lindsey, Captain 


Curtis, Abncr 


Lothrop, Lovet 


Codding Drake, Lieutenant 


Curtis, Lincoln 


Lothrop, Solomon 


Stephen Welcome, Ensign 


Curtis, William B. 


LothroiJ, Sullivan 




Day, William 


Manes, William 


Joseph Turner, Sergeant 


Day, William A. 


Mitchell, Thomas 


Alpheus Turner, Sergeant 


Foster, Timothy 


Morse, Jonathan 


Charles D. Gilbert, Sergeant 


Fove, Nathaniel 


Murray, Amos 


Joseph Pettingill, Sergeant 


Gilbert, Alvah 


Owen, Gideon 


James Wing, Corporal 


Gilbert, Bailey 


Pettingill, Arcadus 


Oliver Sampson, Corporal 


Gordon, George 


Pettingill, Real 


Libeus Curtis, Corporal 


Gordon, Jonathan 


Rowe, John 


Obediah Turner, Corporal 


Hoit, Samuel 


Sampson, Hazel 


William Mitchell, Musician 


House, John 


Sampson, Robert 




Hutchinson, Isaac 


Sanborn, Jonathan 


Privates. 


Jones, Israel 


Southard, Constant 


Bates, Henry 


Lane, Elias 


Stinchfield, Solomon B. 


Bates, Joseph 


Leathers, Aaron 


Turner, Benjamin 


Bates, Levi, Jr. 


Libbey, Ebenezer 


Turner, Simeon 


Bishop, James 


Libbey, Philip 


Wallis, Levy 


Bishop, Joseph 


Libbey, Reuben 


Whitney, Joseph 


Brewster, Morgan. Jr. 


Libbey, Thomas 


Wing, Caleb 


Cary, Luther 


Lindsey, Ira 





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Capt. N. Jewell's Company, Lieut. Col. W. R. Blaisdell's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 26, 1S14. Raised at Wales and vicinity. Service in camp at Gardiner, awaiting orders. 



Rank .\nd Name. 


Chase, Nathaniel 


Mills, Jeremiah 




Nathaniel Jewell, Captain 


Clerk, James 


Mitchell, Emcziah 




Ebenezer Given, Lieutenant 


Clerk, Samuel 


Plummer, David 






Danimen, Nisbet 


Plummer, William 




Benjamin Thompson, Sergeant 


Dickson, Shedrick 


Small, Ebenezer 




Reuben Andrews, Sergeant 


Fogg, Benjamin 


St rout, William 




Samuel Libbev, Sergeant 


Fogg, William 


Sweat, William 




Smith Rieker, Sergeant 


Given, John 


Thompson, Aaron 




Samuel Pierce, Corporal 


Gray, Joseph 


Thompson, Thomas 




Daniel Foss, Corporal 


Gray, Stephen 


Watts, Nathaniel 




Freeman Watts, Corporal 


Hamilton, Jolui 


Weymouth, Walter 




.John Colby, Corporal 


Hannon, Philip 


Witherell, William 




John Hawes, Musician 


Hodgilon, James 
Lombard, Harding 






Primtes. 


Lombard, Went worth 






Adams, Benjamin 


Marr, Rufus 






Austin, Henry 


Marvel, Joseph 







Capt. J. A. Torsey's Company, Lieut. Col. W. R. Blaisdell's Regiment. 

From Sept. 1.3 to Sept. 20, 1M4. Raised at Monmouth. Service in camp at Gardiner, awaiting orders. 



Rank and N,\me. 


Andrews, Ichabod 


Hutcherson, .John 


John A. Torsey, Captain 


Andrews, Otis 


Jewett, David 


Pascal P. Blake, Lieutenant 


Blake, Samuel S. 


Jones, John 


Frederic W. Dearborn, Ensign 


Brimison, William 


King, Jason 




Brown, Abraham 


Merrill, Abraham 


Martin Gushing, Sergeant 


Camjibell, Xerxes 


Murch, Aaron 


Jacob Smith, Sergeant 


Ciiiklee, Ebenezer 


Norris, George W. 


Rolicrt Gilman, Sergeant 


Coombs, John 


Otis, Simon 


Thomas Witherell, Sergeant 


Dearborn, David 


Quinn, George 


John PUumner, Corporal 


Eaton, James 


Shaw, John 


Samuel Titus, Corporal 


Foss, Hiram 


Smith, Abial 


Josiah Towle, Corporal 


Gilman, John 


Smith, George 


James Merrill, Corporal 


Gove, Caleb 


Sijears, Asa 


Hemv Day, Musician 


Gray, Aaron 


Swift, Jiah 


John Merrill, Musician 


Gray, Jesse 


Tilton, Josiah 




Gray, Robert 


Welch, Edward 


Privates. 


Hall, Isaac 


Williams, Thomas 


Adams, Nathaniel 


Hinkley, Aaron 


Wright, Jonathan 


Allen, William 


Hinkley, Benjamin 





Capt. G. Williams' Company, Lieut. Col. W. R. Blaisdell's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 26. 1,M4. Raised at Lewiston. Service in camp at Gardiner, awaiting orders. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Garcelon, Ammi 


George Williams, Captain 


Anderson, James 


Gilpatrick, Samuel 


Joseph Dill, Lieutenant 


Brooks, William 


Colder, William 


William Garcelon, Ensign 


Bubier, Mark 


Haley, Samuel 




Carroll, John 


Ham, James 


Thomas Piper, Sergeant 


Carvill, Joseph 


Hatch, John 


John Golden, Sergeant 


Carvill, Sewell 


Hinkley, Jacob 


Samuel St at en. Sergeant 


Coburn, Reuben 


Hodgkins, Jonathan 


Samuel Garcelon, Sergeant 


Davis, John 


Holland, John 


Daniel Garcelon, Corporal 


Dill, Josiah 


Jones, William 


Aaron Lander, Corporal 


Dyer, Barzilla 


Jordan, Nathaniel 


Ezekiel Merrill, Corporal 


Dyer, Elkanah 


Litchfield, Noah 


William Davis, Corporal 


Field, James 


Lowell, Edward 


James Garcelon, Musician 


Field, Joseph 


Lowell, ^\'illianl 


Mark Garcelon, Musician 


Ford, Stephen 


Merrill, Asa 



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Capt. G. Williams' Company, Lieut. Col. W. R. Blaisdell's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — 
Merrill, .Joshua 
Morrill, Stephen 
Mitchell, James 
Mitchell, Joshua 
Mitchell, Josiah, Jr. 



Concluded. 



Morse, Joel 
Pettingill, Benjamin 
Pettingill, John 
Proctor, John 
Rand, Barzilla 
Ray, William 



Thompson, David 

Thompson, Samuel 
Ware, Lewis 
Wright, James 
Wright, Zebulon 



Capt. M. Boynton's Company, Lieut. Col. W. R. Blaisdell's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 27, 1814. Raised at Monmouth. .Service in camp at Gardiner, awaiting orders. 



Rank and Name. 


Bates, Elijah 


King, Samuel 


Moses Boynton, Captain 


Blanchard, Joseph '- 


Knight, John 


Royal Fogg, Lieutenant 


Blew, John 


Lothrop, Daniel, 3d 


Benjamin Sinclair, Ensign 


Blossom, Ansel 


Manton, Lewis 




Bovnton, Ebenezer A. 


Merrill, Joseph 


Joseph Prescott, Sergeant 


Clough, Asa 


Mitchell, James 


Joseph B. Allen, Sergeant 


Cousins, Alexander 


Pierce, Oliver 


Jedediah B. Prescott, Sergeant 


Dearborn, Ebenezer S. 


Pinkham, Andrew 


John S. Blake, Sergeant 


Edgcomb, John 


Randlett, Moses 


Newell Fogg, Corporal 


Fogg, Jonathan 


Reed, George 


Hugh M. Boynton, Corporal 


Fogg, Nathan 


Richardson, William . 


Ivory Towl, Corporal 


Oilman, John H. 


Rowell, Moses 


George W. Fogg, Corporal 


Gray, James 


Small, Isaac 


Levi Tozier, Musician 


Gray, Joshua 


Smith, James 


John Richardson, Musician 


Gray, Nathan 


Sprague, Elkanah 




Gray, Thomas N. 


Thurston, Ebenezer 


Privates. 


Holmes, Samuel 


Tinkham, Amasa 


Allen, Ichalwd 


Jackson, Benjamin 


Towle, Robert 


Arno, Ezekiel 


Jenkins, Abner 


True, Thurston W. 


Arno, Isaac 


Jenkins, Philip, Jr. 


Walker, John 


Arno, Zacheus 


Jenkins, Samuel 


Warren, Nathaniel W. 


Arnold, John, Jr. 


Jewell, Robert 


Warren, Peltiah, Jr. 


Bartlett, John 


Johnson, Daniel 


Witherell, James 


Basford, Reuben 


Jones, James 




Batchelder, William 


Kimball, Benjamin, Jr. 





Lieut. Col. J. Burbank's Regiment. 

From Sept. 7 to Sept. 20, 1814. Service at Portland. 



Field and Staff. 
John Burbank, Lieutenant Colonel, 

Standish 
John Waterhouse, Major, Scarborough 
John T. Smith, Major, Gorham 
Daniel Hasty, Adjutant, Standish 



Nathan Chadbourne, Quartermaster, 

Gorham 
Joseijh Hasty, Paymaster, Gorham 
Dudley Folsom, Surgeon, Gorham 
Asa Heath, Chaplain, Scarborough 



Noncommissioned Staff. 
Samuel McLellan, Sergeant Major 
David Cobb, Quartermaster Sergeant 
Thomas Paine, Jr., Fife Major 
Peter Sanborn, Drum Major 



Capt. E. Andrews' Company, Lieut. Col. J. Burbank's Regiment. 

From Sept. 7 to Sept. 20, 1814; 1 day additional for travel. Raised at Scarborough. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Timothy Libby, Corporal 


Burnham, John 


Ebenezer Andrews, Captain 


- John McKenney, Musician 


Burnham, Richard 


Eli Leavy, Lieutenant 


John Pillsbury, Musician 


Burnham, Samuel 


Jonathan Jose, Ensign 




Burnham, Thomas, 2d 




Privates. 


Carter, Benjamin 


John Andrews, Sergeant 


Anderson, John 


Carter, Richard, 2d 


Joseph Meservey, Sergeant 


Banks, James 


Carter, Rufus 


Jacob Milliken, Sergeant 


Boothby, George 


Carter, Thomas 


William Foss, Sergeant 


Boothliy, Nathaniel, 2d 


Coolbroth, Joseph 


Nathaniel Boothby, Corporal 


Bryant, Eliphalet 


Coolbroth, Rufus 


Benjamin Fenderson, Corporal 


Burnham, Ebenezer 


Dearborn, Josiah 



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Capt. E. Andrews' Company, Lieut. Col. J. Burbank's Regiment — Concluded. 



Priimtes — 


- Concluded. 


Holmes, William 


Milliken, Joseph 


Bearing, John, Jr. 




Leavitt, Abraham 


Milliken, Simeon 


P^dgcomb, Gibbcns, 


2d 


Leavitt, Edward 


Pillsburv, David 


lulgcomb, Robert 




Leavitt, Hinskin 


Pillsliury, Tristram 


Emery, Isaac 




Leavitt, James, 2d 


Rice, Samuel, Jr. 


Fabins, liar 




Leavitt, Mark 


Seavey, Nathaniel 


Fcnderson, James 




Lovett, Rufus 


Seavey, Solomon 


Fo.ss, Jonathan 




Marshall, Jonathan 


Seavey, William, 2d 


Foss, Pelatiah 




Marshall, Nathaniel 


Shute, Samuel 


Grace, Thomas 




McKennev, Benjamin 


Snow, Phares 


Harmon, Dummer 




McKennev, Philemon 


Stevens, Calvin 


Harmon, Elias 




Merrill, Reulsen 


Stuart, Niles 


Harmon, Zachariah 


2d 


Milliken, Abraham 


Thurston, Daniel 


Hight, Humphrey 




Millikcn, Benjamin 


Wheaton, Elisha 


Hohnes, John, 2d 




Milliken, Lsaac 





Capt. J. Bailey's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Burbank's Regiment. 

From Sept. 7 to Sept. 20, 1S14; 1 day additional for travel. Raised at Standish. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Paine, Richard 


Joseph Bailey, Captain 


Butler, Ivory 


Paine, Stephen 


Aldrich Paine, Lieutenant 


Davis, Josiah 


Paine, William 


Daniel Cram, Ensign 


Davis, Nathaniel 


Paine, Zebulon A. 




Dow, Joseph 


Shaw, Daniel 


Robert Mitchell, Sergeant 


Green, Joseph 


Spencer, William 


Samuel Mitchell, Sergeant 


Hasty, Hiram 


Thompson, William J. 


Joshua Paine, Sergeant 


Linnell, Elisha, Jr. 


Thorn, John 


Abraham Tibbctts, Sergeant 


Lowell, Stephen 


Wescott, John, Jr. 


Jabez Dow, Jr., Corporal 


Marean, John 


Whitney, Levi 


Samuel Hasty, Corporal 


McGill, William 




Jonathan Lowell, Jr., Corporal 


Moody, Daniel 




Joseph Paine, Corporal 


Moody, William 




James Moody, Jr., Musician 


Paine, John K. 




James Philbrick, Muisician 


Paine, Jonathan 





Capt. J. Bettes' Company, Lieut. Col. J. Burbank's Regiment. 

From Sept. 7 to Sept. 20, 1814; 1 day additional for travel. Raised at Gorham. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Emery, Elijah 


McDonald, James 


Jacob Bettes, Captain 


Files, Nathaniel 


McDonald, Joseph 


Levi Hall, Lieutenant 


Files, Robert, Jr. 


Millions, Ebenezer 


Oliver Johnson, Ensign 


Flood, Joseph 


Mitchell, Matthew 




Fogg, David 


Mitchell, Zachariah 


James Emery, Sergeant 


Gctchell, Samuel H. 


Morton, David, Jr. 


Clark Swett, Sergeant 


Harding, James 


Morton, John 


Ezekiel Ward, Sergeant 


Harding, William 


Noble, Webber 


James Wescott, Sergeant 


Hicks, Ephraim 


Pennington, Daniel 


William Bolton, Corporal 


Hicks, Nathaniel 


Plummer, Christopher 


Benjamin Irish, Corporal 


Irish, Jacob 


Plummer, Isaac, Jr. 


Uriah Wason, Jr., Corporal 


Johnson, George 


Roberts, Joseph, Jr. 


Josiah Waterhouse, Corporal 


Kemp, David 


Sanborn, Joseph 


Robert Walker, Musician 


Kem]), Jonathan 


Smith, Samuel 


John Walker, Musician 


Libbv, James 


Sweet, David 




Libby, Jethro, Jr. 


Thomas, William 


Privates. 


Libby, Sewall 


Tvler, Daniel, Jr. 


Baker, Levi 


Libbv, Walter 


Tyler, James 


Bolton, Thomas 


Lilly, John, Jr. 


Warren, James, 3d 


Brackett, Daniel 


March, Mathias, Jr. 


Webb, Seth 


Clay, William 


Mason, Ephraim 


Williams, Daniel 


Cole, Joseph 


Mason, James 


Williams, Joseph 


Crockett, John, Jr. 


Mason, Joseph 


Winship, Daniel 


Elder, Reuben, Jr. 


Mason, Richard 


Young, Enos 


Elder, Samuel, Jr. 


Mason, Samuel, Jr. 





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Capt. H. V. Comston's Company, Lieut. CoL J. Burbank's Regiment. 

From Sept. 7 to Sept. 20, 1814; 1 day additional for travel. Raised at Scarborough. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Brown, David 


Libby, Ephi'aim 


Henry V. C'oniston, Captain 


Burnham, Jonathan 


Libby, John, Jr. 


Oliver Staples, Lieutenant 


Chamberlain, William 


Libby, Luther, Jr. 




Coombs, Benjamin 


Libby, Moses, Jr. 


\\'illiani McLaughlin, Sergeant 


Davis, Daniel 


Libby, Richard, 3d 


Jonathan Harmon, 3d, Sergeant 


Evens, Josiah 


Libby, Robert, Jr. 


.John Meservey, Jr., Sergeant 


Fogg, Joseph or Josiah 


Libby, Samuel K. 


Robert Moulton, Sergeant 


Fogg, Moses 


McLaughlin, Robert, Jr. 


Nathaniel Berry, Corporal 


Foss, Ezekiel 


Meservey, Andrew 


Reuben S. Moulton, Corporal 


Graff am, James 


Meservey, Nathaniel 


Luther S. Jcwctt, Corporal 


Graff am, Jeremiah 


Meservey, Thomas, Jr. 


James McLaughlin, Corporal 


Harmon, Daniel, 3d 


Meservey, AVilliam, Jr. 


Ai Waterhouse, Musician 


Harmon, John M. 


Milliken, Alexander 


Joseph AVaterhouse, Musician 


Harmon, John 8., Jr. 


Milliken, Allison 




Harmon, Levi M. 


Milliken, Cvrus 


Privates. 


Harmon, Moses, Jr. 


Milliken, John M., Jr. 


Avery, Thomas 


Harmon, Richard 


Milliken, Thomas, Jr. 


Berry, Abraham 


Harmon, Robert 


Milliken, William 


Berry, John 


Harmon, Zacheus, 3d 


Mitchell, Josiah 


Berry, John, Jr. 


Haselton, Asel 


Moulton, Daniel, 4th 


Berry, Levi 


Jewett, Joseph S. 


Moulton, John, 3d 


Berry, Robert 


King, Cyrus 


Moulton, Thomas 


Berry, Zeliedee 


Libby, Andrew, Jr. 


Rice, Phineas 


Berry, Zel)ulon, Jr. 


Libbv, Benjamin 


Sawyer, Dean 


Bragdon, James 


Libby, Daniel, 3d 


Stine or Stone, Isaac 



Capt. J. Fogg's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Burbank's Regiment. 

From Sept. 7 to Sept. 20, 1814; 1 day additional for travel. Raised at Scarborough. Service at Portland. 



Rank .\nd Name. 


Hasty, Joseph 


~ McKennev, Moses 


John Fogg, Captain 


Hunnewell, Josiah 


Milliken, Thomas, 3d 


Daniel Larrabee, Lieutenant 


Jones, John 


Moody, John, Jr. 


Richard Libby, Ensign 


Jones, Samuel 


Moody, Joseph 




Larrabee, Isaac 


Moody, Rufus 


John A. Libbey, Sergeant 


Larrabee, Joseph 


Moses, Silas 


Sherborn Libbey, Sergeant 


Lary, John 


Plaisted, Roger 


Benjamin Sweetser, Sergeant 


Libbey, Abner 


Plummer, Abraham 


Joseph Watson, Sergeant 


Libbey, Amos, Jr. 


Plummcr, Joshua 


Samuel Hagen, Corporal 


Libbey, Andrew 


Plummer, Moses 


Reuben Liblsey, Corporal 


Libbey, Cyprus 


Plummer, Moses, Jr. 


George Libbey, Corporal 


Libbey, Daniel 


Prout, Dominicus I. 


Joshua Chamberlain, Corporal 


Libbey, Daniel, 3d 


Rand, Philemon 


Israel Perry, Musician 


Libbey, Dennis 


Randall, James 




Libbey, Eliakim 


Robertson, John 


Privates. 


Libbey, James 


Sawyer, Henry 


Blake, Nathaniel 


Libbey, Joseph, 3d 


Skillin, Dennis 


Bragdon, Enoch 


Libbey, Luke 


Skillin, Enoch 


Chamberlain, Joshua 


Libbey, Morris 


Skillin, Josiah B. 


Cobb, John 


Libbey, Nathaniel 


Skillings, Josiah 


Crockett, Silas 


Libbey, Parker ^ 


Small, Reuben 


Dyer, Timothy 


Libbey, Rufus 


Smith, William 


Fickett, Ezra 


Libbey, Sewall 


Smith, William, Jr. 


Fly, Nathaniel 


Libbey, Shirley 


Stanford, William 


Fogg, Abner, Jr. 


Libbey, Simon, Jr. 


Sweet, George 


Freeman, Josiah 


Libbey, Stephen 


Sweetser, Jolm, Jr. 


Goldthwait, Samuel 


Libbey, Thomas, Jr. 


Thomas, Job 


Gu.stin, Thomas 


Libbey, Zenos 


Walker, Isaac I. 


Harmon, Daniel 


Matthews, Samuel 


Webb, Stephen 


Harmon, Stephen 


Maynard, Cornelius D. 





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Capt. B. Higgins' Company, Lieut. Col. J. Burbank's Regiment. 

From Sept. 7 to Sept. 20, Ii5l4; 1 duy additional for travel. Raised at Gorhani. Service at Portland. 



Rank .\nd Name. 


Files, Ebenezer, Jr. 


Merton, Nathaniel 


Banmbu.s Higs'Hs, Captain 


Files, Ebenezer S. S. 


Moody, John 


Ephraim Blake, Lieutenant 


Frost, Benjamin 


Paine, Richard 


t'vrus Hamblin, Ensign 


Frost, Charles 


Phinney, Coleman 




Frost, Dominicus 


Phinney, Nathan 


Samuel C. Higgins, Sergeant 


Gibbs, Heman 


Rand, Henry J. 


John B. Rand, Sergeant 


Gilkey, Reuben 


Rolfe, Benjamin 


Andrew Crockett, Sergeant 


Gilkey, Samuel 


Smith, Caleb 


James Tliombs, Sergeant 


Green, Stuart 


Smith, George T. 


William Weeks, Corporal 


Hall, Isaac 


Snow, ^\ illiam, Jr. 


Samuel Blake, Corporal 


Hall, John 


Stimpson, Amos 


Timothy Bacon, Jr., Corporal 


Hamlilin, Charles 


Stimson, John 


Major Moreton, Corporal 


Hamblin, Enoch 


Stone, Jonathan, Jr. 


Rufus Rand, Musician 


Hamblin, Isaac 


Sturgess, Ebenezer G. 


Andrew Plaisted, Musician 


Hamblin, Nathaniel 


Sturgess, Joseph 




Hunt, James 


Thombs, Eli 


Privates. 


Kinibol, Daniel 


Thombs, George, Jr. 


Adams, Joseph 


Knight, Colman W. 


Treat, Richard 


Babb, John 


Lewis, Samuel H. B. 


Wescott, Reuben, Jr. 


Bacon, James 


Libby, Benjamin 


Whitney, Edmund 


Bryant, Abel 


Libbv, Daniel, Jr. 


Whitney. Eli 


Clements, Ebenezer 


Libby, Solomon 


Whitney, Luther 


Clements, John 


Lincoln, John 


Woods, William, Jr. 


Cotton, Joseph 


Mann, Edmund 




Creesy, Joseph, Jr. 


McCrusen, Lemuel 





Capt. R. McLellan's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Burbank's Regiment. 

From Sept. 7 to Sept. 20, 1S14; 1 day additional for travel. Raised at Gorham. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Freeman, Dayid 


McQuillan, William 




Robert McLellan, Captain 


Freeman, Nathan 


Merrill, Nahum 




Jacob S. Smith, Lieutenant 


Frost, Luther 


Paine, Thomas 




Greenleaf C. Watson, Ensign 


Frost, Mason 


Paine, William, Jr. 






Ciammon, James 


Patrick, Charles, Jr. 




Nathaniel Phinney, Sergeant 


Haml)lin, Joseph, 3d 


Patrick, Stephen 




Samuel Edwards, Sergeant 


Hanscom, Lewis 


Sawj'er, Isaac 




Frederick Colman, Sergeant 


Harding, David 


Skillings, Benjamin 




Calyin Etlwards, Sergeant 


Harmon, Benjamin 


Staples, Samuel, Jr. 




Samuel Bartlett, Musician 


Higgins, Enos F. 


Steyens, John 




Samuel Woodard, Musician 


Hunt, Joseph 


Stone, Archellus 






Jordan, Allen 


Tole, Benjamin 




Privates. 


Lakeman, Solomon 


Waterhouse, William H. 




Clark, John R. 


McLellan, Dayid 


Webster, Nathaniel 




Elder, Simon 


McLellan, John 


Williams, Peter 




Fiskett, Joseph 


McLellan, Thomas 







Capt. T. Robie's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Burbank's Regiment. 

From Sept. 7 to Sept. 20, 1814; 1 day additional for travel. Raised at Gorham. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Moses Rice, Corporal 


Brown, Leyi 


Toppan Robie, Captain 


Perez Burr, Corporal 


Brown, Samuel 


Nathaniel Hatch, Lieutenant 


Alexander Phinney, Corporal 


Burnell, David 


William Frost, Ensign 


Josiah Jenkins, Musician 


Cash, Jacob 




George Knight, Musician 


Colbrook, Isaac 


James Babb, Sergeant 




Creasy, John 


Philip Larrabee, Sergeant 


Privates. 


Crockett, Nathaniel 


Thomas Robie, Sergeant 


Alden, Gardner 


Darling, George L. 


Caleb Seaver, Sergeant 


Blanchard, William 


Da\'is, Luther 


Seward Merrill, Corporal 


Bragdon, Ephraim 


Edwards, William 



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Capt. T. Robie's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Burbank's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates  — Concluded. 


Hu.ston, Robert 


Penfield, Nathan 


Eldridge, Ebenezer 


Irish, Elisha 


Rice, John 


Farnam, John 


Johnston, William 


Rice, Jo.seph 


Fogg, Daniel 


Libby, Darius 


Rice, Lemuel 


Fogg, George 


Libby, Elliott 


Rice, Nathaniel 


Freeman, Joshua 


Libby, Lemuel 


Roberts, Joshua 


Frost, Daniel H. 


Lincoln, Cotton 


Roberts, Samuel 


Gammon, Edmund 


Lombard, Joseph, Jr. 


Scribner, Samuel G. 


Gibbs, Alrich 


Lord, Nahuni 


Staples, Ai 


Hanscom, John 


March, Moses 


Strout, George, Jr. 


Hanson, Nathan 


McDougal, Thomas 


Towle, Abner 


Harding, John, 3d 


McLellan, James, Jr. 


Warren, David 


Harding, Joseph 


McLellan, William, Jr. 


Waterhouse, David 


Harding, Robert 


McQuillium, John 


Worster, Thomas 


Harding, Seth, Jr. 


Mosher, Samuel F. 




Hunt, Daniel 


Paine, Samuel 





Capt. M. White's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Burbank's Regiment. 

From Sept. 7 to Sept. 20, 1814; 1 day additional for travel. Raised at Standish. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 
Mark White, Captain 
William Wescott, Lieutenant 
Levi Haskell, Ensign 

Israel Harmon, Sergeant 
John Moultoii, Sergeant 
Solomon Newbegin, Sergeant 
Enoch Shaw, Sergeant 
James Newbegin, Corporal 
Benjamin Haskell, Jr., Corporal 
William Hoar, Corporal 
Abraham Nason, Corporal 
Solomon White, Musician 
Joshua Chamberlain, Musician 



Privates. 



Butterfield, Jesse 
Crockett, Henry 



Cummings, John 
Cummings, Simeon 
Davis, Isaac 
Elder, Francis 
Gilman, Ebenezer 
Gray, Charles 
Gray, George 
Green, Ware 
Hall, Moses 
Hall, Oliver 
Harmon, Daniel 
Harmon, Rufus 
Knight, George 
Larrabee, Benjamin 
Larrabee, Isaac, Jr. 
March, Benjamin 
Mayberry, Abraham 
Morton, Caleb 
Morton, Jacob 



Morton, James 
Morton, Thomas 
Parker, Benjamin 
Proctor, Ebenezer 
Rand, Benjamin 
Rich, Israel 
Sawj'er, John 
Shaw, Ebenezer, Jr. 
Shaw, Peter 
Smith, John 
Smith, Mack 
Smith, Thomas 
Stewart, Wentworth 
Stuart, Solomon 
Whittemore, Major 



Capt. J. York's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Burbank's Regiment. 

From Sept. 7 to Sept. 20, 1814: 1 day additional for travel. Raised at Standish. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Boulter, Samuel 


Mason, Moses 


John York, Captain 


Bradbury, Andrew 


Mayo, Edmund 


George Rackliff, Ensign 


Brown, Josiah 


McGill, Joseph 




Chase, Amos 


Moody, Enoch 


Sargent Shaw, Jr., Sergeant 


Cram, Wear 


Morton, Joseph 


William Whitmore, Jr., Sergeant 


Crane, Ashabel 


Morton, Wilham 


John S. Edgecomb, Sergeant 


Davis, Noah 


Moultoii, Benjamin F. 


Joseph York, Sergeant 


Decker, John, Jr. 


Muzzy, Daniel 


Reuben Whitney, Musician 


Dennett, Samuel 


Muzzy, William 


Benjamin Sanborn, Musician 


Foss, Ebenezer 


Parker, Samuel 




Foss, John 


Philbrick, John 


Privates. 


Hasty, William 


Pierce, Samuel 


Anderson, Samuel 


Higgins, Zacheus 


Rand, Nathaniel 


Berry, Benjamin 


Hill, Chase 


Rich, Moses 


Boothby, Samuel 


Hutchinson, Matthew 


Richardson, David 


Boothby, Samuel, 2d 


Libby, Joel 


Rogers, Edward 


Boulter, Daniel 


Lowell, Richard 


Sanborn, Asa 


Boulter, John 


Marean, Enoch 


Sawyer, James 


Boulter, Nathaniel 


Martin, Abner 


Thombs, Amos, Jr. 



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Capt. J. York's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Burbank's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates - 
Thomb.s, George 
Thombs, Steislien 
Thombs, Thomas 
Thompson, Jacob 



Concluded. 



Thorn, Israel, 3d 
Thorn, Jcseph 
Wescott, John 
Whitney, Adam 
Whitney, William, Jr. 



Wood, Edward 
Yates, Josiah 
York, Jacob, Jr. 
York, Joshua 



Lieut. Col. C. Clark's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 24, 1814. Stationed at Portland. 



Field and Staff. 
Cyrus Clark, Lieutenant Colonel, Minot 
Henry Farwell, Major, Buckfield 
Levi Merrill, Jr., Major, Turner 



Joseph Keith, Adjutant, Minot 
Nathaniel Cushman, Quartermaster, 

Hebron 
Benjamin Bradford, Surgeon, Turner 



Noncommissioned Staff. 
Samuel Decoster, Sergeant Major 
Calvin Bridgham, Quartermaster 

geant 
Levi Briant, Jr., Drum Major 
Alden Bumpus, Fife Major 



Ser- 



Capt. I. Bearce's Company, Lieut. Col. C. Clark's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 24, 1814. Raised at Hebron. Serviee at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Bryant, Amos 


Merrill, Giles, Jr. 


Isaac Bearce, Captain 


Bumpas, Jesse 


Merrill, Moses 


Stephen Myrick, Lieutenant 


Bumpas, Samuel 


Morgan, Solomon 


Alvan Turner, Ensign 


Carmon, Luther 


Morton, Job 




Crafts, Samuel, Jr. 


Morton, Jolm 


Gideon Cushman, Jr., Sergeant 


Curtis, Ashley, Jr. 


Packard, Isaac 


Jabez Barrows, Sergeant 


Cushman, Isaac, Jr. 


Packard, Lewis 


Silas Bumpas, Sergeant 


Cushman, Reuben 


Perkins, Ebenezer or Eleazer 


Timothy Morton or Norton, Corporal 


Davis, Simeon 


Pratt, Barnabus 


David Bicknell, Corporal 


Davis, Solomon 


Pratt, William 


Elias Tubbs, Corporal 


De Coster, Jacob 


Richardson, Stephen 


Ebenezer Dunham, Corporal 


De Coster, Roger 


Rowe, Benjamin 


William Bumpas, Musician 


Drake, Alpheus 


Rowe, Joseph 


Ezekiel Merrill, Musician 


Dudly, Nathan 


Rowe, Samuel 




Dunham. James, Jr. 


Stedman, John 


Privates. 


Farris, William 


Stedman, Samuel W. 


Barrows, Cornelius 


Fuller, Barnabus 


Sturdevant, Francis, Jr. 


Barrows, George 


Fuller, Robert, Jr. 


Sturdevant, John 


Barrows, Job C. 


Glover, Joseph 


Sturdevant, Joseph 


Barrows, Buel or Ruel 


Gurney, Lemuel 


Sturdevant, Nathaniel 


Bearce, Gideon, Jr. 


Hutchiason, Henry 


Washburn, Peleg 


Bearce, Levi 


Irish, Simeon 


Washburn, Stephen 


Benson, Caleb 


Keene, Nathaniel 


Whittemore, John 


Besse, Seth 


Keene, Snow, Jr. 


Whittemore, Levi 


Bicknell, Cyrus 


Marshall, Aaron 


Whittemore, Samuel, Jr. 


Bogart, Amos 


Marshall, John 


Whittemore, William 



Capt. L. Bridgham's Company, Lieut. Col. C. Clark's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 24, 1814. Raised at Minot. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Amos Hersey, Sergeant 


Privates. 


Luther Bridgham, Captain 


Peter Noyes, Corporal 


Allen, Benjamin 


James Murdock, Lieutenant 


Samuel Bridgham, Corporal 


Allen, William 


Henry Coy, Ensign 


Samuel Bailey, Corporal 


Bartlett, Jonathan 




Jacob Davis, Corporal 


Bates, John 


Merrill Woodman, Sergeant 


Samuel Davis, Musician 


Beals, Zenas 


Daniel Freeman. Sergeant 


Benjamin Davis, Musician 


Bearce, Asa, Jr. 


Thomas Gurney, Sergeant 




Berry, Timothy 



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Capt. L. Bridgham's Company, Lieut. Col. C. Clark's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Davis, William 


Littlefield, Enoch 


Bonner or Bonney, John 


Dinsmore, James 


Marston, Samuel 


Bradbury, Enos 


Evans, Benjamin 


Millet, David 


Bradford, Samuel 


Hackett. Salmon 


Millet, Samuel 


Bradman, George 


Harlow, Asa 


Millet, Simeon 


Bridgham, Cyrus 


Harris, Amos 


Millet, Solomon 


Campbell, Charles 


Hasey, Jacob 


Philips, Thomas 


Chandler, Ichabod 


Hasev, Joseph 


Pool, David 


Chandler, John F. or T. 


Haskell, William 


Sampson, Isaiah 


Chandler, Jonathan 


Hassam or Hassum, John 


Shaw, Samuel 


Chandler, Nathaniel 


Hawks, Dan or Daniel 


Stocken, Samuel 


Chandler, Phineas 


Hill, William 


Verrill, John 


Chandler, Reuben 


Hodge, Joseph 


Verrill, Sanuiel, 4th 


Chandler, Stephen 


Howard, William 


Washburn, James 


Chandler, Zebedee 


Hutchins, Isaiah 


Washburn, Josejih 


Chase, Charles 


Hutchins, Jonathan 


Woleott, Solomon 


Crooker, Alden 


Jackson, Henry 


Wolcott, William 


Crooker, Comfort 


Jackson, Joseph 


Woodman, Jabez 


Crooker, William 


Kilborn, Samuel 




Currier, Benjamin 


Leach, Elijah 





Capt. D. Chase's Company, Lieut. Col. C. Clark's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 24, 1814. Raised at Buckfield. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Day, George 


Matthews, John, Jr. 


Daniel Chase, Captain 


Doble, Aaron 


Matthews, Samuel 


David Record, Lieutenant 


Drake, Martin 


Merrill, David 


Dominicas Record, Ensign 


Drew, Cornelius 


Millikcn, John 




Drew, Josiah 


Packard, Elathan 


Tobias Ricker, Sergeant 


Drew, Lewis 


Packard, Jonathan 


Nathaniel Gammon, Sergeant 


Ellis, Isaac 


Packard, Samuel 


Moses Packard, Sergeant 


Ferrald, Samuel 


Person, Aaron 


Samuel Record, Sergeant 


Forbes, Azra 


Record, Ebenezer 


James N. Pate, Corporal 


Foster, Abijah 


Record, Ezekiel 


Ephraim Ricker, Corporal 


Foster, Michael 


Record, Jonathan, Jr. 


Lewis Record, Corporal 


Gammon, Roliinson 


Record, Simon, Jr. 


John Packard, Musician 


Gammon, Thomas 


Record, Thomas 


Pelham Bryant, Musician 


Hall, Andrew 


Record, Timothy 




Hall, John 


Roberts, Seth 


Privates. 


Hodgdon, Israel 


Rogers, Levi, Jr. 


Berry, Obadiah 


Hodgdon. John 


Shaw, Amos 


Berry, Peter 


Homes, Miles 


Sweet, Joseph 


Briggs, Daniel 


Hutchinsoji, Daniel 


Taylor, Elias 


Bryant, George 


Hutchinson, Stephen 


Thompson, Gilmore 


Buck, Simeon 


Irish, Joseph 


Thompson, Jonathan 


Chase, Joseph 


Jewett, James 


Whitman, Joshua 


Cole, William 


Latham, Barzillia 


Young, Benjamin 


Dagget, Daniel D. 


Lovell, Mark 


Young, Isaac 


Davis, Joseph H. 


Martin, Robert, Jr. 


Young, Moses 


Davis, Stephen 


Matthews, Constine 





Capt. J. Harlow's Company, Lieut. Col. C. Clark's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 24, 1S14. Raised at Minot. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Levi Allen, Sergeant 


Privates. 


James Harlow, Captain 


Timothy Welcome, Corporal 


Allen, Libbens 


Ruel Phillips, Lieutenant 


Samuel P. Pool, Corporal 


Berrj', Charles 


Ebenezer Whitehouse, Ensign 


John Dillingham, Jr., Corporal 


Bird, Shippen 




James Perkins, Corporal 


Bird, William 


Hannibal Thompson, Sergeant 


Zapher Reynolds, Musician 


Bradbury, Jacob 


Eliphalet Packard, Sergeant 


Luther Tirrell, Musician 


Bradford, Calvin 


Ira Beal, Sergeant 




Bradford, David 



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Capt. J. Harlow's Company, Lieut. Col. C. Clark's Regiment — Concluded. 



Prirates — Concluded. 


Hatch, Chesley 


Packard, Matthew 


Bradford, Martin, Jr. 


Hersey, John 


Packard, Stephen 


Caswell, Noah 


Holmes, Asa 


Perry, Gad 


Caswell, Otis 


Howard, Asaph 


Perry, Thomas 


Chamberlin, Aaron, Jr. 


Keith, Phiny 


Tirrel, William 


Chase, Abner 


Kingsley, Asahel, Jr. 


True, Philip 


Crooker, Isaac, 3d 


Kingsley, Justin 


Worceister, James 


Drake, Enos 


Landers, Lot 


Young, Christopher 


Freeman, Samuel 


Mitchell, Nahum 




Harlow, Hosea 


Nason, Samuel 





Capt. I. Reynold's Company, Lieut. Col. C. Clark's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 24, 1S14. Raised at Minot. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Bray, Libbeus 


Merrill, Jabez 


Ichabod Reynolds, Captain 


Briggs, Daniel 


Merrill, Jeremiah 


Charles Briggs, Lieutenant 


Caswell, Job 


Moody, Nathaniel 


Lemuel Nash, Ensign 


Chase, Peter 


Nason, Nathaniel 




Crafts, Moses 


Nason, Nathaniel, Jr. 


Benjamin Johnson, Sergeant 


Crafts, Zibeon 


Nason, Samuel, Jr. 


Daniel Merrill, Sergeant 


Davis, Isaac 


Niles, Nathan 


John Briggs, Sergeant 


Drake, Nathaniel 


Pennell, Joseph 


Amos Downing, Sergeant 


Eaton, Samuel 


Perkins, Moses 


Ezekicl Verrill, Corporal 


Frank, Thomas 


Perry, Levi 


John Verrill, Corporal 


Gowell, James 


Pettengill, Eaton 


James Willis, Corporal 


Haskett, Isaiah 


Record, Elisha 


Jonah Waterman, Corporal 


Herrick, Moses 


Record, Thomas 


Thomas Dill, Musician 


Her.sey, Noah, Jr. 


Reed, Jacob, Jr. 


James Goff, Musician 


Hodgkins, Ebenezer 


Small, James 




Hutchins, Jonathan 


Smith, Hate\'il H. 


Prirates. 


Knowlton, Joshua 


Stacy, John 


Alden, Daniel 


Lane, Benjamin 


Staples, Josiah 


Allen, Alpheus 


Lappand, Abial, Jr. 


Starling, Solomon 


Berry, William 


Leavitt, Jesse 


Stetson, Hervey 


Bradbury, David 


Libby, David 


Verrill, Samuel, 3d 


Bray, Daniel 


Littlefield, Joshua 





Capt. A. Soule's Company, Lieut. Col. C. Clark's Regiment. 
From Sept. 13 to Sept. 24, 1814. Raised at Turner. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Brown, Aaron 


Ludden, Jacob 


Aaron Soule, Captain 


Brown, Moses 


Lumber, Peter 


Isaac Leavitt, Lieutenant 


Burt, William 


Mason, Willard 


Jabez Merrill, 2d, Ensign 


Hall, David 


Merrill, Humphrey 




Harlow, Ebenezer 


Merrill, Zeriah 


Caleb House, 2d, Sergeant 


Harris, Martin 


Morse, Henry 


Daniel Pratt, Sergeant 


Haskell, Asa 


Pratt, Church 


Josiah Keen, Sergeant 


Hinds, Chipman 


Ross, Jesse 


James Allen, 2d, Sergeant 


Hine, Thaddeus 


Sawtell, Nathaniel, 2d 


Zelotes Haskell, Corporal 


House, Joshua 


Shaw, Jesse 


Luther Merrill, Corporal 


Jones, Abijah 


Smith, Israel 


James Allen, Musician 


Jones, Benjamin, Jr. 


Soule, Samuel W. 


John C. Young, Musician 


Jones, Isaac 


Turner, Abiel, Jr. 




Jones, Tilden 


Tuttle, Daniel 


Privates. 


Keen, Jacob 


Tuttle, William 


Austin, John 


Keen, John, Jr. 


Waterman, Grey 


Bourne, Caleb 


King, Grinfill H. 




Bradford, Ephraim 


Lucas, David 





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Capt. S. Staples' Company, Lieut. Col. C. Clark's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 24, 1814. Raised at Turner. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Bradford, Asa 


Loring, William 


Seth Staples, Captain 


Bradford, Freeman 


Manuel, James 


John Briggs, Lieutenant 


Bradford, Stephen 


Maxim, Abraham 


Ezra Carey, Ensign 


Briggs, Hart 


McLaughlin, Daniel 




Brown, Artemas 


Merrill, Abel, Jr. 


Marcus Conant, Sergeant 


Bryant, Nehemiah 


Moors, Jonathan 


Tyrus Dresser, Sergeant 


Carey, Cassander 


Newell, Gustavus 


Ichabod Bonney, Jr., Sergeant 


Caswell, William 


Packard, Josiah 


Asa Jones, Sergeant 


Cole, Nathan 


Patch, Levi 


Abner Thayer, Corporal 


Conant, Hooper 


Prescott, Solomon 


Clement Randall, Corporal 


Dresser, John 


Ramsey, Blanchard 


Otis Phillips, Corporal 


Evans, Gilbert 


Records, Calvin E. 


Luther Stajjles, Corporal 


French, Charles 


Russell, Daniel 


Benajah Niles, Musician 


Gilbert, Josiah 


Smith, Elliot 




Gorham, William 


Snell, Eleazer 


Privates. 


Hall, Sylvanus 


Snell, Moses, Jr. 


Adation, Joseph 


Hatch, Levi 


Thorp, Reuben 


Bailey, Aretas 


Hutcliinson, John, Jr. 


Turner, Oliver 


Bailey, Luther 


Jones, Al)ner 


Washburn, C'vrus 


Barrel!, Pascal 


Jones, Richmond 


Wightman, Melvin 


Barrell, William 


Jones, Sylvester 


Williams, Philip 


Bonney, Moses 


Loring, Thomas 





Lieut. E. Stevens' Company, Lieut. CoL C. Clark's Regiment. 

From Sept. 14 to Sept. 24, 1814. Raised at Sumner. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Bosworth, William 


Hersey, James, Jr. 


Ezra Stevens, Captain 


Briggs, Nathaniel 


How, Jeremiah 


Jesse How, Ensign 


Briggs, Samuel 


Keen, Andrew 




Bryant, James 


Keen, Cyrus 


Simeon Hersey, Sergeant 


Butterfiekl, John 


Keen, Daniel 


Zenas Stetson, Sergeant 


Clark, William 


Keen, Edward 


Joseph Robinson, Jr., Sergeant 


Cobb, Stephen 


Keen, Freeman 


Zenas Hall, Sergeant 


Coburn, Peter 


Keen, Judah 


John Benney, Sergeant 


Coburn, Samuel 


Keen, Meshack 


Israel Held, Corporal 


Coburn, Silas 


Mason, Reuben 


Leonard Benson, Corporal 


Con or Cox, John 


Merrill, David 


Elijah C. Hall, Corporal 


Crockett, Joseph 


Merrill, Enoch 


Alvin Robinson, Jr., Corporal 


Crockett, Samuel 


Moore, William 


Amasa Tucker, Musician 


Cummings, Oliver, Jr. 


Newman, William 


William Allen, Musician 


Cushman, Levi 


Oldham, Daniel 




DeCoster, Thomas 


Oldham, Thaddeus 


Privates. 


Doble, Phineas 


Parlen, Almond 


Abbott, Daniel 


Drake, Ephraim 


Parlen, Ira 


Baird, John 


Dutton, David 


Parlen, Oliver 


Barnes, James 


Elliot, Moses 


Robbiiis, Oliver 


Barrett, Joseph 


Fletcher, Benjamin 


Robinson, Asa, Jr. 


Barrows, Ansel 


Ford, Joshua 


Robinson, Stephen 


Bates, Cyrus 


Ford, Seth 


Rowe, Zacheus 


Beard, Samuel, Jr. 


Fry, Jonathan 


Stetson, Abel 


Benson, Joseph 


Fuller, Artemas 


Stetson, Epliraim 


Bisbee, Calvin 


Glover, Nathaniel 


Stetson, Hezekiah, Jr. 


Bisbee, Daniel 


Gowell, Joseph 


Swift, Joseph, Jr. 


Bisbee, Luther 


Held, Benjamin 


Tuell, Gilbert 


Bonney, Thomas 


Held, Benjamin, Jr. 


Wooclman, William 



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Lieutenant Col. J. Commings' Regiment. 

From Sept. 3 to .Sept. 20, 1814. Service at Belfast. 



Field and St.\ff. 
John Commings, Lieutenant Colonel, 

Beaver Hill 
Mark Hatch, Major, Putman 
Jcseph Gowin, 2d, Major, IMontville 
Michael Crowel, Adjutant, Palermo 



Jes.se Martin, Chaplain, Palermo 
Elias Davis, Quartermaster, Freedom 
Ebenezer Broadstreet, Paymaster, Free- 
dom 
Samuel C. Hito or Kite, Surgeon's Mate, 
Palermo 



Noncommissioned Staff. 
Edmund Black, Sergeant Major 
Benjamin Commings, Quartermaster Ser- 
geant 



Capt. Gideon Barton's Company, Lieutenant Col. J. Commings' Regiment. 

From Sept. 3 to Sept. 20, 1814. Raised at Windsor. Service at Belfast. 



Rank and Name. 


Cottle, John 


Philbrick, Joseph 


Gideon Barton, Captain 


Foster, Joseph, Jr. 


Pike, Elisha 


George Marson, Lieutenant 


Givins, James 


Plummer, Daniel 


John Page, Ensign 


Gol, Edward 


Pratt, James 




Gordon, Daniel 


Prebble, Jeremiah 


William Baroler, Sergeant 


Gu.stin, Robert M. 


Rines, Thomas 


Jacob Jewett, Sergeant 


Hallowell, James 


Rockton, Jonas 


Clement Moody, Sergeant 


Hallowell, Joel 


Rogers, Enoch 


Michel Lane, Sergeant 


Hallowell, John 


Rogers, Joseph, Jr. 


Robert Hutchinson, Corporal ^ 


Hallowell, William 


Rollins, Ichabod 


Luther Pierce, Corporal 


Hillen, Benjamin 


Sekins, Benjamin 


Walter Dockindoff, Corporal 


Jordan, Elias 


Speed, Joseph 


Thomas Harriman, Corporal 


Keene, Prince 


Stickney, Benjamin 


Lot Chadwick, Musician 


Lawton, Jonathan 


Stickney, Thomas 


Joseph Wright, Musician 


Lebalister, Thomas 


Taylor, Samuel, 3d 




Linn, James 


Trask, David 


Privates. 


Linscott, Joseph 


Trask, John 


Bowdin, Frank 


Livin, Samuel B. 


Tylor, Timothy 


Choat, Rufus 


Marsh, Henry 


Wright, Elias 


Clarv, David 


Moodv, John 


Wright, Warren 


Clary, James 


Ostin, John 





Capt. Moses Hurley's Company, Lieutenant Col. J. Commings' Regiment. 

From Sept. 3 to Sept. 20, 1814. Raised at North Palermo. Service at Belfast. 



Rank and Name. 


Bryant, William 


Nelson, John 


Moses Burley, Captain 


Bryant, Zimrie 


Parkhurst, Jonathan 


David Sylvester, Lieutenant 


Carlisle, George 


Perkins, Nathaniel 


Jonathan Nelson, Ensign 


Carr, Richey 


Pullen, Gilbert 




Clary, Timothy 


Robinson, Charles, Jr. 


John FoA'e, Sergeant 


Crowell, Asa 


RobiiLSon, Nathaniel B. 


Silas Hamilton, Sergeant 


Davis, Elias 


Rowe, James 


Henrv Sanford, Sergeant 


Dean, John, Jr. 


Sanford, Daniel 


Nathaniel Broadstreet, Sergeant 


Dennis, Amos, Jr. 


Shoney, Benjamin 


John Spiller, Musician 


Foster, Aaron 


Shoney, Edmund 


Joseph Spiller, Musician 


Foye, HoUis 


Shoney, James 




Foye, Joseph 


Soule, Ezekiel 


Prirotes. 


Foye, William 


Soule, John 


Arnold, Spencer 


Gillpatrick, Riggs 


Soule, Joseph 


Arnold, William 


Hamilton, William F. 


Tuck, Hug 1 


Bailv, John W. 


Hoyt, John 


Tuck, Saul G. 


Bailv, Thadeus 


Ledbetter, Samuel 


White, Joseph 


Belding, Stephen 


Lelan, Lewis, Jr. 


Whittier, Joseph 


Bishop, Hersey 


Longfellow, Green 


Wliittier, Reuben 


Black, Joshua 


Longfellow, Stephen 


Worthen, John 


Blake, William 


Magregorv, Alpheus 


Worthen, Jonathan 


Brasure, Joseph 


Marden, James, Jr. 


Worthen, Nathan 


Bryant, Jacob 


Marden, Jonathan 


Young, Benjamin 


Bryant, Nehemiah 


Morry, Ichabod 





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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1S12. 



Capt. J. Daggett's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Commings' Regiment. 

From Sept. 3 to Sept. 20, 1S14. Raised at Washington. Service at Belfast. 



Rank and Name. 


Eastman, Enos 


Overlook, Jacob 


James Daggett, Captain 


Farrow, Thomas 


Overlock, John 


Daniel McCardy, Lieutenant 


Fish, John 


Overlook, Joseph, Jr. 


William Witt, Sergeant 


Fitch, Henry 


Overlook, Martin 


Calvin Starrett, Sergeant 


Gane, Enoch 


Pelton, Joel 


William Prie.st, Sergeant 


Gilpatrick, David 


Pinkham, Amos 


John Gilpatrick, Sergeant 


Gilpatrick, Thomas 


Pinkham, John 


John Bowman, Sergeant 


Grenald, Philip 


Randall, Nelson 


John Clark, Sergeant 


Heaton, Isaac 


Razor, Charles, Jr. 




Hibbard, Daniel 


Razor, Jacob 


Privates. 


Hopkins, Robert 


Riggs, Thomas M. 


Clark, Elisha 


Jones, Kinsley, Jr. 


Rollins, Eliphalet 


Cooland, Daniel, Jr. 


Lawton, James 


Speed, Benjamin 


Cunningham, John 


Layer, Hemv 


Speed, Robert 


Cunningham, Samuel 


Layer, Martin 


Taylor, John S. 


Cunningham, Simon 


Light, Peter 


Tibbetts, Benjamin 


Cunningham, Timothy 


Lisner, Charles 


Tobv, Joseph 


Davis, Daniel 


Lisner, George 


Walker, Hemy 


Dearing, John 


Maining, John 


Wilson, Amos 


Dearing, William 


Marr, John, Jr. 


Wilson, Walter H. 


Dodge, Peter 


Montgomcrj', Robert 


Winchempan, Jacob 


Dor, Samuel 


Moody, Jolin 


Witt, Sewell 



Capt. Job Lord's Company, Lieut. CoL J. Commings' Regiment. 

From Sept. 3 to Sept. 20, 1814. Raised at Palermo. Service at Belfast. 



Rank and Name. 


Bowler, Joseph 


Jones, William 


Job Lord, Captain 


Boynton, Oliver 


Landers, James, Jr. 


John Treat, Lieutenant 


Bradstreet, Aaron 


Lanfer, James 


John Brown, Ensign 


Brown, Benjamin 


Lewis, Andrew 




Brown, Isaac 


Lewis, William 


Stephen Baker, Sergeant 


Cain, David 


Longfellow, Jonas 


Stephen Greely, Sergeant 


Cain, Henry 


Man, Benjamin 


Jonathan Towl, Sergeant 


Cunningham, Asa 


Nelson, Charles 


Moses Bradstreet, Sergeant 


Day, EUhu 


Tui-ner, Benjamin, Jr. 


Jacob Greely, 3d, Musician 


Dennis, Benjamin 


Turner, David, 2d 


John Edwards, Musician 


Dow, Joseph 


Turner, HoUis 




Fish, John 


Turner, Nathan 


Privates. 


Glidden, David 


Warf, Oliver 


Benton, Burnham 


Greeley, Daniel 


Worthen, Samuel 


Berry, Joseph 


House, Eleazer 





Capt. J. M. Sinclair's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Commings' Regiment. 

From Sept. 3 to Sept. 20, 1S14. Raised at Montville, Beaver Hill (now Freedom) and vicinity. Service at Belfast. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Danforth, Nathaniel 


John M. Sinclair, Captain 


Abbott, John 


Danforth, Stephen 


Amos Sylvester, Lieutenant 


Ayer, Benjamin, Jr. 


Davis, Daniel 


John Robinson, Ensign 


Banton or Bowton, Joseph 


Emmons, John 




Bickmore, Samuel 


Gerry, John 


Thomas Broadstreet, Sergeant 


Brown, John 


Glidden, Moses 


Thomas Penny, Sergeant 


Carr, Josiah 


Going, Samuel 


Stephen P. China, Sergeant 


Chase, Job, Jr. 


Gouki, Aaron 


Richard Gerry, Sergeant 


Clay', Jonathan 


Gould, Moses 


John M. Perkins, Corporal 


Clay, Stephen 


Harryman, Eliakim 


Reuben Abbott, Jr., Corporal 


Coffin, Grindal 


Huff, Noah 


John S. Ayer, Corporal 


Cookson, Abram 


Latlu'op, Samuel 


Joseph Robinson, Corporal 


Cookson, John 


Leatherby, Samuel 


Anson Barlow, Musician 


Cookson, Joseph 


Loring, Lemuel 


David Ranlett, Musician 


Danforth, Josiah 


Lowell, Jonathan A. 



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Capt. J. M. Sinclair's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Commings' Regiment — Concluded. 



Primtcs — Concluded. 


Russell, Joseph 


Stubborn, John 


Lowell, Rufus 


Sidelinger, Charles 


Sylvester, Ebenezer 


Plummor, Aaron 


Sidelinger, John 


Sylvester, Luke 


Prebble, John 


Smart, Jacob 


Tibbets, Henrv 


Reigns, Samuel 


Smart, Jonathan 


White, John B. or R. 


Robinson, Charles 


Smitli, James A. 


Wiggin, John 


Robinson, Robert M. 


Smith, John, Jr. 


York, Abel 


Rollins, Aaron 


Spencer, William 


York, Simon 



Capt. R. Thompson's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Commings' Regiment. 

From Sept. .3 to Sept. 20, 1814. Raised at Montville. Service at Belfast. 



Rank .\nd Name. 


Curtis, Charles 


Perry, John 


Robert Thompson, Cajitain 


Cushman, Thomas 


Pierce, Nathan, Jr. 


Jonathan Carter, Lieutenant 


Dotv, Paul 


Pollan, John 


Asa Taylor, Ensign 


Dj'er, Henry 


Ranlet, Henry 




Ellis, Joseph 


Ripley, Naum 


Asa Gowin, Sergeant 


Evans, Ephraim 


Rockleff, Samuel 


Nathaniel Gowin, Sergeant 


Foster, Nathan 


Rogers, Samuel 


Thomas Foster, Sergeant 


Gamage, William 


Rowell, Jacob 


Abiel Pearee, Sergeant 


Gilchrist, Hugh 


Shed, Pierce 


Jonathan Bean, Musician 


Gilchrist, William 


Simmons, Levi 


Joseph Barton, Musician 


Gilman, Smith 


Temple, Levi 




Gorton, James 


Temple, Stephen 


Privates. 


Gowin, Ebenezer, Jr. 


Thatcher, Elisha 


Ames, Doval 


Hall, Isaac 


Thompson, Ichabod 


Beal, Henrv 


Jackson, William 


Thompson, Israel or Isaac 


Bean, Jeremiah 


Jones, William 


Thompson, Joshua 


Catlin, John 


McFarland, Andrew 


Thompson, Moses 


Catlin, Richard 


McFarland, John 


Thompson, Thomas 


Choat, Robert 


McLaughlin, Thomas 


Thompson, AVilliam 


Clement, Job 


Nash, David 


Whitten, Ebenezer, Jr. 


Cobb, Thomas 


Pearee, Ellas 


Wliitten, Paul, Jr. 


Cox, Ezra 


Pearson, Andrew, Jr. 





Capt. James Wallace's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Commings' Regiment. 

From Sept. 3 to Sept. 20, 1814. Raised at South Montville. Service at Belfast. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Kej^s, Tyler 


James Wallace, Captain 


Atkinson, James 


Laiten, Saul or Samuel 


John Twtchell, Lieutenant 


Ayer, Hazen 


Ledbetter, James 


Macarus Carr, Ensign 


Bagley, Le\n 


Ledbetter, John 




Barker, Stephen 


McAUister, Archibald 


Moses Sargent, Sergeant 


Bartlett, David 


Milliken, Moses 


Joseph Carr, Sergeant 


Bartlett, Jonathan 


Robbins or Rollins, Edward 


George Roberts or Robertson, Sergeant 


Bean, Nathan 


Small, Joseph 


Paul True, Sergeant 


Cram or Crane, James 


Stevens, Ebenezer 


Richard McAllister, Corporal 


Davis, Israel 


Taft, Wales 


Joshua Davis, Corporal 


French, Joseph 


Thomas, John 


Thomas Robertson, Corporal 


Fry, Robert 


True, Ezekiel 


Nathan French, Corporal 


Harriman, Dudley 


True, Moses 


Joseph Bean, Musician 


Hatch, Abiel 


Wheaton, Humphrey 


Ebenezer Demerit, Musician 


Jov, Benjamin 
Keith, Friend 


White, John 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Lieut. Col. E. Cutter's Regiment. 

From June 20 to June 24, June 30 to July 5, and Sept. 10 to Sept. 28, 1814. 



Service at Boothbay 



Field and Staff. 


Benjamin L. Howe, Surgeon's Mate, Wis- 


Noncommissioned Staff. 


Ezekiel Cutter, Lieutenant Colonel, Wis- 


casset 


Tilly H. Cleasby, Drum Major, Wiscasset 


casset 


Joshua Hilton, Adjutant, Wiscasset 


Nehemiah Somes, Fife Major, Wiscasset 


John McKown, Major, Boothbay 


Daniel Quinnam, Quartermaster, Wis- 


Solomon Holbrook, Quartermaster Ser- 


Daniel Cate, Major, Dresden 


casset 


geant, Wiscasset 


Joel Howe, Major, Nobleljoro 


Calvin Pratt, Paymaster, Wiscasset 




Philip E. Theobald, Surgeon, Wiscasset 


Hezekiah Packard, Chaplain, Wiscasset 





Capt. J. Hunnewell's Company, Lieut. CoL E. Cutter's Regiment. 

From June 20 to June 24, 1814. Raised at Wiscasset. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Cushman, Kenelam 


Otis, Thomas 


James Hunnewell, Captain 


Dickinson, Abijah 


Porter, Ezra, Jr. 


Nathaniel Robinson, Lieutenant 


Dickinson, John 


Pottle, Jordan 




Dickinson, Joseph 


Savage, Abraham 


Robert Trevett, Sergeant 


Frith, Joseph 


Sevey, James 


Oliver Dickinson, Sergeant 


Greenough, Moses 


Sevey, Michel 


Spencer Greenleaf, Sergeant 


Harris, John 


Sheldon, John 


William Elmes, Musician 


Heard, James 


Stevens, William 




Holbrook, Solomon 


Stuart, Robert 


Privates. 


Jackins, David 


Wheelriglit, Robert 


Baker, Henry A. 


Linch, Daniel 


White, Bartlett 


Bavley, Charles 


Linch, John 


White, Jesse 


Bolden, Joseph 


Lovel, John 


White, Joseph G. 


Boynton, Jeduthan 


McKennev, Daniel, Jr. 


Young, John, Jr. 


Briggs, John W. 


Morland, John 




Crane, Abijah 


Noyes, Thomas 





Capt. J. Hunnewell's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Cutter's Regiment. 

From June 20 to June 24, and Sept. 10 to Sept. 28, 1814. Raised at Wiscasset. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Crane, Abijah 


Pottle, Jordan 


James Hunnewell, Captain 


Cushman, Kineland 


Ross, Benjamin 




Dickenson, John 


Savage, Abraham 


Robert Trevett, Sergeant 


Dickinson, Abijah, Jr. 


Sevey, James 


Oliver Dickenson, Sergeant 


Dickinson, Joseph 


Sevey, John 


Spencer Greenleaf, Sergeant 


Greenough, Moses 


Sevey, Michel 


William Stevens, Sergeant 


Harris, John 


Sevey, Solomon, Jr. 


William Elmes, Musician 


Holbrook, Solomon 


Sheldon, John 




Jackins, David 


Stevens, William 


Privates. 


Linch, Daniel 


Stuart, Robert 


Baker, Henrv 


Linch, John 


Wheelright, Robert 


Bolden, Joseph 


Noyes, Thomas 


White, Bartlett 


Briggs, Benjamin 


Parsons, Guy 


White, Jesse, Jr. 


Brooks, John 


Porter, Ezra, Jr. 


White, Joseph G. 



Capt. Henry Whitney's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Cutter's Regiment. 

From June 20 to June 24, and Sept. 10 to Sept. 28, 1814. Raised at Wiscasset. Service at Wiscas.set. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Nutter, John 


Henry Whitney, Captain 


Anderson, William 


Payson, Silas 


Barker Neal, Lieutenant 


Babson, John, Jr. 


Prentiss, George W. 


Warren Rice, Ensign 


Bartlett, Seth 


Roby, Henry 




Carleton, William 


Stacy, John 


Elisha T. Taylor, Sergeant 


Cook, Jonathan 


Stacy, William 


Benjamin Sewall, Sergeant 


Doane, Isaac W. 


Weathern, Arthur 


Ezra Clark, Sergeant 


Dodge, Endicott F. 


Weed, Henry 


Dutty Ladd, Sergeant 


Fowle, Henry 


Wilder, Darius 


Jason Sewall, Musician 


Harding, Daniel F. 


Winchester, Solomon W. 


Samuel Sewall, Musician 


Hodge, John 


Young, Bradford 




Lowell, John 


Young, Joshua 



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Capt. W. M. Reed's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Cutter's Regiment. 

From June 20 to Juno 23, June 24 to June 26, June 29 to July 5, and Sept. 10 to Sept. 2S, l.sii. Service at Boothbay. 



Rank and Name. 


Brattle, Jesse 


Lampson, Ephraim 


William M. Reed, Captain 


Breen, Joseph 


Lanclerkin, John 


Joseph McCobb, Lieutenant 


Brewer, Samuel 


Landerkin, Richard, 2d 


John Pinkham, Ensign 


Brier, Elihu, Jr. 


Lewis, Gills 




Brier, Jesse 


Lewis, John, 2d 


John Baker, Sergeant 


Brier, Samuel 


Lewis, Joseph, 2d 


Samuel Montgomery, Sergeant 


Brown, Samuel 


Mathews, William 


Joseph Morse, Sergeant 


Buck, Simon I. 


Merry, David 


Ephraim McCobb, Sergeant 


Campbell, John 


Montgomery, James 


Joseph Tibbetts, Sergeant 


Clifford, William, 3d 


Montgomery, William 


John B. Booker, Sergeant 


Crooker, Francis 


Morrison, Jonathan 


William Thompson, Sergeant 


Cunningham, Rufus 


Murray, James 


Paul ]\I. Reed, Musician 


Cunningham, William 


Murray, Samuel 


William Rust, Musician 


Dodge, Ebenezer 


Page, Daniel 


Samuel Bush, jNlusician 


Dodge, John 


Perkins, Jacob 


Israel Gardner, Musician 


Dodge, John, 2d 


Race, George, Jr. 




Dodge, Samuel 


Radcliff, William 


Privates. 


Dole, Cyrus 


Reed, James 


Abbott, George 


Durang, Daniel 


Riggs, Samuel 


Alley, Ephraim, Jr. 


Farnham, John 


Robbinson, Micah 


Alley, Jacob 


Farnham, Joseph 


Sargent, Thomas 


Alley, John, Jr. 


Grant, Thomas 


Sherman, Elisha 


Alley, John, 3d 


Grimes, Joseph 


Sherman, John 


Alley, AVilliam 


Grover, John, Jr. 


Sherman, Joseph 


Babcock, Benjamin 


Huff, Moses, 2d 


Smith, Francis 


Barter, John, 4th . 


Hutehings or Huckings, Jonathan 


Springer, Abraham 


Bennett, Daniel 


Hutchings, Samuel 


Tiblsetts, Mark 


Bennett, John 


Jennes, Joseph 


Trask, Daniel 


Booker, Joseph, Jr. 


Kelly, John 


Trask, William 


Boyd, George M. 


Kennedy, William 


Wylie, John, Jr. 


Boyd, Samuel 


Knight, John 


Wylie, Robert, 3d 



Capt. D. R. Adams' Company, Lieut. Col. E. Cutter's Regiment. 

From June 20 to June 24, 1S14. Raised at Boothbay. Service at Boothbay. 



Rank and Name. 


Farmer, William 


Pinkham, Nathan 


David R. Adams, Captain 


Floyd, John 


Pinkham, Samuel 


William Clark, Lieutenant 


Gray, Henry 


Pinlvham, Solomon 


Ebenezer Decker, Ensign 


Gray, Saul 


Pinkliam, Thomas 




Harris, Samuel, Jr. 


Pribble, Aris 


William Thompson, Sergeant 


Harris, William 


Pribble, Da\nd 


Samuel Thompson, Jr., Sergeant 


Hodgden, Benjamin 


Pribble, Joseph 


John Southward, Jr., Sergeant 


Hutchings, Andrew 


Rand, John, Jr. 


Stephen Lewis, Jr., Sergeant 


Hutchings, John 


Rand, Stephen 


Nathaniel Tibbets, Musician 


Kenney, John 


Rand, William 


John Lewis, Jr., Musician 


Kent, Joseph 


Reed, Andrew 




Knight, Daniel 


Reed, John 


Prirates. 


Lewis, Samuel, Jr. 


Reed, John M. 


Abbott, George 


Lewis, Saul 


Reed, Paul 


Adams, James 


Love, George 


Reed, Paul, Jr. 


Adams, Samuel, Jr. 


Love, John 


Rino, Joseph, Jr. 


Barter, Benjamin 


Lundj', Ebenezer 


Rowell, Thomas 


Barter, John 


Maddox, Pelsgrave 


Smith, Saul G. 


Barter, Samuel 


Mathews, Daniel 


Stover, John 


Barter, Samuel, 2d 


Mathews, Joseph 


Stover, Saul 


Barton, John, Jr. 


Merrill, Cieorge U. 


Thompson, David 


Cameron, John 


Orn, William 


Tibbets, Mark 


Cameron, William 


Pierce, David 


Tibbetts, Isaac 


Cumiingham, William 


Pierce, Edward B. 


Webber, John 


Decker, Abraham, Jr. 


Pierce, George W. 


Webster, Stephen 


Decker, James 


Pierce, Sylvester 


Wihe, Alexander, Ji. 


Decker, John 


Pierce, Thomas 


Wilie, Robert 


Decker, Thomas, Jr. 


Pinkliam, Ichabod 


Williams, James 


Dexter, Thomas 


Pinkham, Isaac 





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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. R. McLean's Company, Lieut. CoL E. Cutter's Regiment. 

From June 21 to June 25, 1814. Raised at Alua. Ser\-iee at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Clough, Joseph 


Neaton, Harvey 


Robert McLean, Captain 


Cooper, James N. 


Nelson, David 


Jotliam Donnell, Ensign 


Decker, Israel 


Nelson, Eli 




Dole, John, 2d 


Newell, Nathan 


Edward Robinson, Sergeant 


Dunlap, Ezekiel 


Noyes, Daniel 


Abram Walker, Sergeant 


Erskine, Thomas 


Painier, Elisha 


James Peva, Sergeant 


Fairservice, John 


Palmer, John 


James Averill, Sergeant 


Farnham, Benjamin 


Pahner, Jonathan 


Ezekiel Averill, Musician 


Heath, James 


Pahner, William 




Hilton, Joseph 


Pearson, Paul 


Privates. 


Hunt, Da\'id 


Perkins, Samuel 


Averill, William 


Hutchins, John 


Plummer, Jeremiah 


Ayer, James 


Jewett, Jeremiah 


Simpson, William 


Ayer, William 


Jewett, Nathaniel 


Somes, Simeon 


Bailev, Richard 


Kimball, George 


Tobey, Isaac 


Boyd, Thomas 


Laiton, Joseph 


Toby, Sylvester 


Boynton, John 


Lowell, Abner 


Tomlison, John 


Bovnton, John, Jr. 


Lowell, Charles 


Woodbridge, William 


Brack, Benjamin 


Lowell, John 




Carlton, Jeremiah 


Moffett, James 





Capt. R. McLean's Company, Lieut. CoL E. Cutter's Regiment. 

From June 24 to June 25, 1814. Raised at AIna. 



Rank and Name. 


Crane, Abijah 


Noyes, Thomas 


Robert McLean, Captain 


Crane, Joseph 


Pottle, Jordan 


Nathaniel Robinson, Lieutenant 


Cunningham, Thomas 


Rundlet, Oak 


Dudley Smith, Ensign 


Cushman, Wendam 


Seavey, James 




Davis, Heald 


Seavey, Michel 


Nathan Clark, Jr., Sergeant 


Decker, Isaac 


Seavey, Solomon, Jr. 


John W. Briggs, Sergeant 


Dickinson, Joseph 


Sheldon, Webb 


William Cargill, Sergeant 


Dodge, Moses 


Simpson, Robert 


Ezra Clark, Sergeant 


Dow, John 


Simpson, Robert, Jr. 


Nehemiah Somes, Musician 


Dow, Joseph 


Simpson, William 


Spencer Tinkham, Musician 


Given, David 


Soames, David 




Glass, John 


Stearns, Ezekiel 


Privates. 


Gray, Thomas, Jr. 


Stewart, Robert 


Anderson, William 


Greenleaf, Benjamin, Jr. 


Stinson, William, Jr. 


Austin, Josiah 


Greenough, Moses 


Turner, Gideon 


Babb, Nathaniel 


Haggett, Daniel 


Viney, Samuel 


Blagdon, Alexander 


Hussey, Richard 


Waters, William, Jr. 


Boland, John 


Kennedy, Thomas, Jr. 


West, John 


Boland, Joseph 


Leathers, Asa 


Wheelwright, Robert 


Campbell, John 


Lenox, Patrick, Jr. 


White, Bartlett 


Campbell, Thomas 


Linch, Daniel 


Woodbridge, Benjamin 


Cochi-an, David 


Lynch, John 


Woodbridge, Harry 


Cochi'an, William 


McKenney, Daniel 


Woodbridge, James 


Coffin, Stephen 


Moore, Jonathan 


Young, Bradford 


Cook, David 


Munsey, Isaac 


Young, Joshua 



Capt. D. R. Adams' Company, Lieut. Col. E. Cutter's Regiment. 

From June 30 to July 5, 1814. Raised at Boothbay. Service at Wiscassct. 



Rank and Name. 


John Southward, Sergeant 


Ball, Levi 


David R. Adams, Captain 


Stephen Lewis, Sergeant 


Barter, Benjamin 


William Clark, Lieutenant 




Barter, John 


Ebenezer Decker, Ensign 


Privates. 


Barter, John, 4th 




Abbott, George 


Barter, Samuel 


William Thompson, Sergeant 


Adams, James 


Brice, Edward, 2d 


Samuel Thompson, Sergeant 


Adams, Samuel, Jr. 


Burley, Paul 



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Capt. D. R. Adams' Company, Lieut. Col. E. Cutter's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Lewis, Lemuel, Jr. 


Reed, Andrew, 2d 


Cameron, -.John 


Lewis, Samuel 


Reed, Andrew, 4th 


Carlton, Stephen 


Love, George 


Reed, Frederic 


Crocker, Benjamin 


Love, John 


Reed, John 


Cunningham, WiUiam 


Love, John, Jr. 


Re.ed, John, 2d 


Currier, William 


Lunds, Ebenezer 


Reed, John M. 


Decker, John 


Mathews, Dan 


Reed, Joseph 


Decker, Thomas, Jr. 


Mathews, John 


Reed, Paul 


Decker, William 


Mathews, Joseph 


Reed, Paul, 2d 


Farmer, William 


McCobb, John 


Reed, Robert, 3d 


Floyd, John 


McKown, William 


Reed, Robert, 4th 


Gray, Henry 


Orn, James 


RowcU, Thomas 


Gray, Samuel 


Orn, William 


Smith, Samuel G. 


Harris, Samuel, Jr. 


Pierce, David 


Stover, John 


Harris, William 


Pierce, George W. 


Stover, Samuel 


Hodgdon, Benjamin 


Pierce, Jacob 


Thompson, David 


Hutchings, Andrew 


Pierce, Sylvester 


Tibbets, Isaac 


Hutchings, John 


Pinkham, Ichabod 


Tibbets, James 


Ingraham, John 


Pinkham, Isaac 


Tibbets, Nathaniel 


Kent, Ebenezer 


Pinkham, Nathaniel 


Webber, John 


Kent, Joseph 


Pinkham, Samuel 


Webster, Stephen 


Kimb.all, Hem-y 


Pinkham, Thomas 


Wiley, Alexander, Jr. 


Kinney, Edward 


Prebble, David 


Williams, James 


Kinney, John 


Pribble, Joseph 


Wotten, Samuel 


Knight, Dan 


Rand, John, Jr. 


Wylie, Robert 


Lewis, Giles 


Reed, Andrew 





Capt. S. G. Wilson's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Cutter's Regiment. 

From June 30 to July 5, and Sept. 10 to Sept. 28, 1814. Service at Edgecomb. 



Rank and Name. 


Cothern, Robert 


Hutchings, Saul 


Samuel G. Wilson, Captain 


Cunningham, Rufus 


Jemes, Joseph 


Rufus Sewall, Lieutenant 


Dodge, Daniel 


Light, Andrew 


Enoch Dodge, Ensign 


Dodge, John 


Lowers, Nathaniel 




Dodge, John, 2d 


Merry, Joseph 


Samuel Patterson, Sergeant 


Dodge, Samuel 


Moore, William 


Israel Harrington, Sergeant 


Dodge, Warren 


Patterson, David 


Jolui Baker, Sergeant 


Doll, Cyrus 


Patterson, William 


David Webster, Sergeant 


Emerson, Joseph 


Pool, Isaac 


Saul Huff, Musician 


Fly, William, Jr. 


Riggs, Saul 




Gove, Elijah 


Ring, Aaron 


Privates. 


Gove, James 


Shearman, Joseph 


Baker, Azariah 


Hagget, Amos 


Shearman, William 


Brown, Elijah 


Haggett, William 


Tiller, James 


Brown, Ephraim 


Harrington, John 


Trask, Daniel 


Burnham, Solomon 


Huff, Daniel 


Trask, William, Jr. 


Clifford, Ebenezer 


Huff, George 


Webster, Stephen 


Clifford, John 


Huff, Moses, 2d 


Williams, Saul 


Clifford, Spencer 


Huff, Moses, 3d 





Capt. A. Potter's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Cutter's Regiment. 
From July 2 to July 31, 1814. Service at Wiseasset and Boothbay. 



Rank and Name. 


Ruel Smith, Sergeant 


Privates. 


Aaron Potter, Captain 


Joseph Brooks, Corporal 


Adams, Samuel 


Nathaniel Robinson, Lieutenant 


Jordan Tarbox, Corporal 


Allen, George 


Dudley Smith, Ensign 


Louis Mayer, Corporal 


Alley, John 




James Pickard, Corporal 


Ayer, William 


Joseph Morse, Sergeant 


Abram Choat, Musician 


Babson, John 


Jonathan Heath, Sergeant 


Rufus Brawn, Musician 


Barker, John W. 


James Thomas, Sergeant 




Barker, Samuel 



186 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. A. Potter's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Cutter's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Goodwin, Daniel 


Race, George 


Barter, Jolin 


Groves, Joseph 


Reed, Paul 


Barter, John, Jr. 


Hailey, Matthew 


Rittall, James 


Bates, Israel 


Heard, James 


Sampson, William 


Bennett, John 


Hutchins, Andrew 


Simpson, ^\'illiam, Jr. 


Blagdon, Charles 


Keating, James 


Stilfin, James T. 


Blinn, Gihnorc 


Kennej', Edward 


Stover, Samuel 


Brown, Samuel 


Kettle, John 


Wadleigh, William 


Carlisle, Amos 


King, Benjamin 


Ware, Everett 


Clifford, Ebenezer 


Larrabee, Seth 


Ware, Joseph 


Clough, Joseph 


Lewis, Joseph 


Webb, Joshua 


Cookson, William 


Lewis, Samuel 


Weed, Henry 


Crooker, Hatch 


Munsev, Reuben 


Whittier, James 


Cunningham, William 


Palmer, William 


Wilson, Moses 


Decker, John 


Partridge, Ichaliod 


Woodliridge, Benjamin, Jr. 


Decker, Thomas, Jr. 


Patterson, David 


Woodward, Levi  


Densmore, Ephraim 


Peasley, Oliver 


Yeaton, Harvey 


Fowler, Ebenezer 


Pottle, David 





Capt. J. Erskine's Company, Lieut. CoL E. Cutter's Regiment. 

Krom June 18 to June 24, 1!S14. Raided .it Wiscassct. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Haggett, Daniel 


John Erskine, Captain 


Allbee, John 


Huntoon, John 


Phineas Wellam, Lieutenant 


Blagden, Alexander 


Hussey, Richard 


Dudley Smith, Ensign 


Blagden, Charles 


Munsey, Isaac 




Blagden, James 


Munsey, Samuel 


Nathan Clark, Jr., Sergeant 


Biu'ding, Winslow 


Nute or Mute, John 


John M. Decker, Sergeant 


Clai'k, Samuel 


Place, Charles 


William Bradley, Sergeant 


Coffin, Stephen 


Stinson, William, Jr. 


Daniel Carr, Sergeant 


Crane, Joseph 


Thompson, John 


Joseph Clark, Corporal 


Decker, Isaac 


Thompson, William 


Benjamin Allbee, Corporal 


Dow, John 


Tucker, Richard H. 


William Perkins, Corporal 


Dunnell, Moses 


Viney, Samuel 


Oliver Whitcomb, Corporal 


Fegan, Joseph I. 


West, John 


Richard M. Barker, Musician 


Glass, John 


Whittier, James 


Spencer Tinkham, Musician 


Greenleaf, Benjamin, Jr. 





Capt. J. Erskine's Company, Lieut. CoL E. Cutter's Regiment. 

From June 21 to June 24, 1814. Raised at Wiscasset. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Chase, William 


Haggett, Daniel 


John Erskine, Captain 


Clark, Samuel 


Harley, Robert 


Nathaniel Robinson, Lieutenant 


Cochrane, Da\'id 


Huntoon, John 


Dudley Smith, Ensign 


Cochrane, William 


Hussey, Richard 




Coffin, Stephen 


Jackins, David 


William Bradley, Sergeant 


Crane, Abijah 


Kemicdy, Roliert 


Daniel Carr, Sergeant 


Crane, Joseph 


Kennedv, William, 3d 


Spencer Greenleaf, Sergeant 


Cunningham, Alexander 


Lacy, Patrick 


William Cargill, Sergeant 


Cunningham, Charles 


Laiton, George 


Oliver Whitcomb, Corporal 


Decker, Isaac 


Leathers, Asa 


Josejih Church, 2d, Corporal 


Dickerson, John 


Lynch, John 


Richard M. Barker, Musician 


Dodge, Moses 


]\ialcoml), David 


Spencer Tinkham, Musician 


Dow, John 


McKcnnev, Daniel 




Duncan, Joseph 


McNear, Samuel 


Privates. 


Fairscrvice, Thomas 


Morse, James 


Blagden, Alexander 


Given, David 


Munsey, Isaac 


Blagden, Charles 


Glass, John 


Nichols, John 


Blagden, James 


Gray, Thomas 


Nute or Mute, John 


Cargill, Donald 


Greenleaf, Benjamin, Jr. 


Otis, Thomas 


Chandler, Stephen 


Greenough, Moses 


Rundlet, Oaks 



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Capt. J. Erskine's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Cutter's Regiment — -Concluded. 



Prirates — Concluded. 
Scovy, Solomon, Jr. 
Shattui'k, David 
Shcldron, Fred 
Simpson, William 
Somes, David 



Stearns, Ezekiel 
Stinson, William 
Turner, Gideon 
Waters, William, Jr. 
Webb, Joshua 
Wilson, Moses 



Woodbridge, Benjamin 
Woodbridgc, Henry 
Woodbridge, James 
Woodbridge, Thomas 



Capt. J. Erskine's Detachment, Lieut. Col. E. Cutter's Regiment. 

From Auk- 1 to Aug. 5, 1S14. Service at Wiscassct. 



R.\NK AND Name. 
John Erskine, Captain 

A\'illiam Bradley, Sergeant 



Privates. 
Burding, Winslow 
Dow, John 
Fickett, Nathaniel 



Hobert, Seth 
Tucker, Richard H. 
Viney, Samuel 



Capt. J. Erskine's Company, Lieut. CoL E. Cutter's Regiment. 

From Sept. to Sept. IL', INl 1. Raised at Wiscasset. Serviee at Wiseasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Munsey, Isaac 


John Erskine, Captain 


Allbee, John 


Munsey, Samuel 


Phineas Wellam, Lieutenant 


Backliff, Benjamin, Jr. 


Nute or Mute, John 


Dudley Smith, Ensign 


Blagden, Charles 


Rollins, Nathaniel 




Blagden, James 


Stinson, William 


Nathan Clark, Sergeant 


Coffin, Stephen 


Thompson, William 


John M. Decker, Sergeant 


Decker, Isaac 


Viney, Samuel 


William Bradlev, Sergeant 


Dow, John 


West, John 


Daniel Carr, Sergeant 


Dow, Joseph 


Whittier, James 


Oliver Whitcomb, Corporal 


Fegan, Joseph J. 




Joseph Currier, Corporal 


Fickett, Nathaniel 




William Perkins, Corporal 


Glass, John 




Richard M. Barker, Musician 


Huntoon, John 




Spencer Tinkham, Musician 


Husscy, Richard 





Capt. J. Johnson's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Cutter's Regiment. 

From Sept. 6 to Sept. 12, 1SI4. Raised at Dresden. .Service at Wiscassct. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Hathorn, John, Jr. 


Joseph Johnson, Captain 


Allen, Jes.se 




Meserve, Daniel 


Benijah Cate, Lieutenant 


Barker, Calel), Jr. 




Meserve, Reuben 


William Bowerman, Ensign 


Bickford, William, 


2d 


Myer, William 




Call, Philip 




Myers, Louis 


Daniel C. Howard, Sergeant 


Call, Richard 




Patterson, Samuel 


Stephen Myers, Sergeant 


Call, Samuel 




Sewall, David 


Elisha Meserve, Sergeant 


Call, William 




Smith, Rind 


John Bickford, Sergeant 


Call, William, Jr. 




Stone, Nathaniel 


Jabcz Blanchard, Musician 


Groves, Joseph 




Woodward, Levi 



Capt. B. Goodwin's Company, Lieut. CoL E. Cutter's Regiment. 

From Sept. 6 to Sept. 28, 1814. Raised at Dresden. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 
Benjamin Goodwin, Captain 
Samuel G. Johnson, Ensign 

James White, Sergeant 
Benjamin Webb, Sergeant 



William G. Johnson, Sergeant 
Samuel Barker, Sergeant 
Zebediah Perkins, Corporal 
Francis White, Corporal 
David Call, Corporal 
John Seigars, Jr., Corporal 



James Turner, Musician 
William Rittal, Musician 



Allen, George 
Allen, John 



Privates. 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. B. Goodwin's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Cutter's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Colburn, William 


Obrine, James 


Allen, Samuel 


Costelow, John 


Obrine, William, Jr. 


Allen, Samuel, 2d 


Densmore, Ephraim 


Pusliard, John G. 


Barker, Gideon 


Fisher, Mathias 


Rittal, Francis 


Barker, John W. 


Fogg, Jose ih 


Rittal, James 


Barrett, Henrv 


Goodwin, Daniel 


Rittal, John 


Bickford, Charles 


Goodwin, David S. 


Rolibins, Abither 


Blair, Alexander 


Goodwin, Samuel 


Robbins, Elias 


Blair, John 


Hint on, John 


Rollins, Elias 


Blair, Joshua 


Hinton, William 


Sanborne, John 


Blair, Samuel 


Johnson, Rowland 


Seigars, Ebenezer 


Blen, Gilmore 


Marson, Stephen 


Stilphin, Cornelius 


Blen, Harrison 


Maver, Charles 


Stilphin, James L. 


Blen, John 


Mayer, George 


Stilphin, Louis 


Call, Jonathan 


Obrine, Charles 


Wadleigh, William 



Capt. R. McLean's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Cutter's Regiment. 

From Sept. to Sept. 28, 1814. Raised at Alna. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Carlton, Jeremiah 


Palmer, Elisha 


Robert McLean, Captain 


Clough, Joseph 


Palmer, John 


Jonathan Dannel, Ensign 


Cooper, James A. 


Palmer, Jonathan 




Dole, John, 2d 


Palmer, William 


Edward Robinson, Sergeant 


Dunlap, Ezekiel 


Pearson, Paul 


Abram Walker, Sergeant 


Erskine, Thomas 


Philbrooks, John 


James Perd, Sergeant 


Heath, James 


Plummer, Jeremiah 


James Averill, Sergeant 


Hilton, Joseph, Jr. 


Plummer, Nathaniel 


William Ayer, Corporal 


Hunt, Dayid 


Rowe, Rufus 


James Ayer, Corporal 


Hutchins, John 


Simpson, William 


Richard Bailey, Corporal 


Jewett, Benjamin 


Somes, Simeon 


Ezekiel Avorill, Musician 


Jewett, Jeremiah 


Stevens, James 


Benjamin Black, Musician 


Jewett, Nathaniel 


Tobv, Sylvanus 




Kimball, George 


Tomlinson, John 


Privates. 


Laiton, Joseph 


Viney, David 


Ayerill, William 


Lowell, James 


Walker, William 


Boyd, Thomas 


Moffatt, James 


Woodbridge, William 


Boynton, John, Jr. 


Nelson, David 


Yeaton, Harvey 


Boynton, John, 3d 


Nelson, Elis 





Capt. D. R. Adams' Company, Lieut. CoL E. Cutter's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Sept. 28, 1814. Rai.sed at Bouthliay. 



Rank and Name. 


Barter, Samuel 


Kent, Josejih 


David R. Adams, Captain 


Barter, Samuel, 3d 


Kinney, John 


William Clark, Lieutenant 


Cameron, John 


Knight, Daniel 


Ebenezer Decker, Ensign 


Cameron, William 


Lewis, Saul 




Cunningham, William 


Lewis, Saul, Jr. 


William Thompson, Sergeant 


Decker, Abraham, Jr. 


Love, George 


Samuel Thompson, Jr., Sergeant 


Decker, James 


Love, John 


John Southward, Jr., Sergeant 


Decker, John 


Lundy, Ebenezer 


Stephen Lewis, Jr., Sergeant 


Decker, Thomas, Jr. 


Maddox, Pelsgrave 


Nathaniel Tibbetts, Musician 


Decker, Thomas, 3d 


Mathews, Daniel 


John Lewis, 3d, Musician 


Farmer, William 


Mathews, Joseph 




Floyd, John 


Merrell, George W. 


Privates. 


Gray, Henry 


Orn, William 


Abbot, George 


Gray, Samuel 


Pierce, David 


Adams, James 


Harris, Samuel 


Pierce, Edward B. 


Adams, Samuel, Jr. 


Harris, William 


Pierce, George W. 


Barter, Benjamin 


Hodgdon, Benjamin 


Pierce, Sylvester 


Barter, John 


Hutchings, Andrew 


Pierce, Thomas 


Barter, John, 4th 


Hutchings, John 


Pinkham, Ichabod 



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Capt. D. R. Adams' Company, Lieut. Col. E. Cutter's Regiment — Concluded. 



Primies — Concluded. 


Rand, Stephen 


Stover, John 


Pinkham, Isaac 


Rand, William 


Stover, Samuel 


Pinkham, Nathan 


Reed, Andrew 


Thompson, Da\id 


Pinkham, Samuel 


Reed, John 


Tibbetts, Isaac 


Pinkham, Solomon 


Reed, John M. 


Tibbetts, Mark 


Pinkham, Thomas 


Reed, Paul 


Webber, John 


Pribble, Aris 


Reed, Paul, Jr. 


Webster, Stephen 


Pribble, David 


Rino, Joseph, Jr. 


Williams, James 


Pribble, Joseph 


Rowell, Thomas 


Wvlie, Alexander, Jr. 


Rand, John, Jr. 


Smith, Samuel G. 


Wylie, Robert, 4th 



Capt. S. Johnson's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Cutter's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Sept. 28, 1S14. Raised at Newcastlr. 



Rank and Name. 


Cooper, Leonard 


Lenox, Patrick 


Samuel Johnson, Captain 


Cothern, John 


Lenox, Thomas 


Timothy Page, Lieutenant 


Cunningham, Alexander 


McNear, Samuel 




Cunningham, Charles 


Nichols, George 


William Kennedy, Sergeant 


Cunningham, Henry 


Patterson, Elias 


Robert Murry, Sergeant 


Cunningham, Isaac 


Rundlett, Oaks 


Thomas Kanservice, Sergeant 


Cunningham, Samuel 


Sherman, Aaron 


David Malcom, Sergeant 


Cunningham, Thomas 


Simpson, Robert 


Joshua Webb, Corporal 


Dodge, Daniel 


Simpson, William 


William Waters, Corpoial 


Dodge, Joseph 


Smith, Francis 


Benjamin Woodbridge, Corporal 


Dodge, Moses 


Stearns, Ezekiel 


Royal Copeland, Corporal 


Duncan, Joseph 


Stevens, Mark 




Gray, Thomas 


Tukey, William 


Privates. 


Gwin, David 


Turner, Gideon 


Babb, George 


Haggett, Ebenezer 


Turner, Nathaniel 


Barker, Bamos 


Harley, Caleb 


Waters, Nathaniel B. 


Campbell, John 


Harley, Robert 


Wilson, Moses 


Cargill, Daniel 


Hopkins, William 


Woodbridge, Henry 


Chase, William 


Kennedy, Robert 


Woodbridge, Thomas 


Cochran, David 


Laman, Henry 





Capt. Samuel Tarbox's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Cutter's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Sept. 28, 1814. Service at Squam Island and Edgecomb. 



Rank and Name. 


Colby, Henry, Jr. 


Hodgdon, John, Jr. 


Samuel Tarbox, Captain 


Crumbell, Moses 


Hodgdon, Joseph 


Benjamin Knight, Ensign 


Decker, Spencer, Jr. 


Hodgdon, Joseph, 2d 




Duncan, Andrew 


Hodgdon, Thomas 


Abner Duncan, Sergeant 


Duncan, Daniel, Jr. 


Jcwett, Moses 


James Thomas, Sergeant 


Duncan, John, Jr. 


Knight, Stephen 


Jonathan Fowler, Sergeant 


Duncan, Simon 


Knight, Thomas 


Benjamin Wills, Sergeant 


Duncan, Stephen 


McCartv, James 


J. Colbv, Musician 


Fowles, Ebenezer 


Tarbox, Jordan 


Simon Crumbell, Musician 


Greenleaf, Eljenezer 


Thomas, William 




Greenleaf, Westbrook 


Warden, William P. 


Privates. 


Heal, James 


Webber, John 


Brooks, Charles 


Hodgdon, Caleb 




Brooks, Thomas, Jr. 


Hodgdon, John 





190 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. J. Erskine's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Cutter's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 26, 1S14. Raised at Wiscasset. Service at Wisoasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Hunter, John 


John Erskiiie, Captain 


Alber, John 


Hussev, Richard 


Phineas Kelluni, Lieutenant 


Backliff, Benjamin, Jr. 


Lincoln, Isaac 


Dudley Smith, Ensign 


Blagden, Charles 


Munsey, Isaac 




Blagden, James 


Munsey, Saul 


Nathan Clark, Jr., Sergeant 


Burding, Thomas 


Mute, John 


John M. Decker, Sergeant 


Burding, Winslow 


Robinson, John 


William Bradley, Sergeant 


Coffin, Stephen 


Rollins, Nathaniel 


Daniel Carr, Sergeant 


Crane, Joseph 


Stimson, William, Jr. 


Oliver Whitcomb, Corporal 


Dow, John 


Thompson, William 


Joseph Currier, Corporal 


Dow, Joseph 


Viney, Saul 


William Perkins, Corporal 


Fegan, Joseph L 


West, John 


Isaac Decker, Corporal 


Fickett, Nathaniel 


Whittier, James 


R. M. Barker, Musician 


Gibson, Peter 




Spencer Tinkham, Musician 


Glass, John 





Capt. Joseph Johnson's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Cutter's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 28, 1814. Raised at Dresden. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Groves, Joseph 


Joseph Johnson, Captain 


Allen, -Jesse 


Hartshorn, John, Jr. 


Benijah Cate, Lieutenant 


Barber, Caleb, Jr. 


Lowell, David 


William Bowerman, Ensign 


Barker, Gideon 


Meserve, Daniel 




Bickford, William 


Meserve, Reuben 


Daniel C. Howard, Sergeant 


Call, James, Jr. 


Myers, Lewis 


Stephen Myers, Sergeant 


Call, Philip 


Myers, William 


Elisha Meserve, Sergeant 


Call, Richard 


Patterson, Saul 


John Bickford, Sergeant 


Call, Saul 


Smith, Revel 


Jabez Blanchard, Musician 


Call, William 


Stone, James 




Getchell, George, Jr. 


Woodward, Levi 



Capt. A. Potter's Company, Lieut. CoL E. Cutter's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 28, 1814. Raised at Whitefield. 



Rank and Name. 


Dunton, Israel 


Peasley, Ezekiel 


Aaron Potter, Captain 


Finn, James 


Peasley, James 


Roger Northey, Lieutenant 


Glidden, Charles 


Peasley, Nathan, Jr. 


Simeon Whealor, Ensign 


Gray, James 


Peasly, Daniel, Jr. 




Heath, Isaac 


Philbrook, Ebenezer, Jr. 


Seth Larrabee, Sergeant 


Heath, Isaac, Jr. 


Philbrook, James 


Jonathan Hatch, Sergeant 


Herrinian, John 


Potter, Ezekiel 


Nathaniel Carlton, Sergeant 


James, William 


Pottle, David 


Christopher Tarr, Sergeant 


Jewett, Joseph 


Priblet, Abraham 


Abram Choat, Musician 


Jewett, Moses 


Reed, Joseph 




Jones, George 


Sweet, Lemuel 


Privates. 


Kincaid, Samuel, Jr. 


Ware, Benjamin 


Asking, John 


Kincaid, William 


Ware, Everett 


Bates, Jared 


Krating or Keating, James 


Ware, Joseph 


Carlton, Samuel, Jr. 


Munsey, Reuben 


Ware, Nathan, Jr. 


Cookson, William 


Partridge, Ichabod 


Ware, Timothy 


Cooper, Alexander 


Peaoby, Abial 




Decker, John 


Peasby, John 





MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



191 



Capt. D. R. Adams' Company, Lieut. Col. E. Cutter's Regiment. 

From Sept. 28 to Oct. 12, 1814. R:iisc'd at Boothljay. Service at Squam Island, erecting a battery. 



R.\NK AND Name. 


Chase, William 


Lowell, David 


D<avid R. Adams, Captain 


Cochran, I)a\'id 


Mattocks, Pelsgrove 


Barker Neal, Lieutenant 


Cochran, William 


McNear, Samuel 


Jotham Donuell, Ensign 


Cooper, James M. 


Merrill, George W. 




Cunningham, Thomas 


Nelson, David 


William Thompson, Sergeant 


Doan, Isaac W. 


Nutter, John 


Samuel Thompson, Sergeant 


Dodge, Moses 


Paison, Paul 


Al^raham Walker, Sergeant 


Floyd, John 


Parsons, Guy 


Benjamin Williss, Sergeant 


Givens, David 


Patterson, Elias 


Nathaniel Tilibetts, Musician 


Grey, Francis 


Payson, Silas 


John Lewis, Musician 


Grey, Henry 


Pinkham, Nathan 




Grey, Thomas, Jr. 


Porter, Ezra 


Privates. 


Hagget, Ebenezer 


Roby, Henry, Jr. 


Ayers, James 


Hagget, Ebenezer, Jr. 


Savage, Abraham 


Barter, Benjamin 


Harris, John 


Sevey, John 


Barter, John 


Hart hern, John 


Sheldon, John 


Bartlett, Seth 


Heath, James 


Smith, Samuel G. 


Baxter, Samuel, 3d 


Hodgdon, Benjamin 


Stacy, John 


Bickford, William 


Horn, Joseph 


Stacy, William 


Boynton, John, Jr. 


Jewel t, Benjamin 


Tobey, Sylvanus 


Boynton, John, 3d 


Jewett, Jeremiah 


Waters, Nathaniel B. 


Bruce, Barnard 


Jewett, Nathaniel 


Webber, John 


Call, James 


Jones, Simon 


White, Jesse 


Call, Philip 


Kennedy, Robert 


Woodbridge, Henry 


Call, Samuel 


Leighton, George 


Woodbridge, William 


Charlton, Jeremiah 


Lenox, Robert 





Capt. B. Goodwin's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Cutter's Regiment. 

From Sept. 28 to Oct. 12, 1814. Raised at Dresden. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Dunton, Daniel 


Noyes, Thomas 


Benjamin Goodwin, Captain 


Dunton, Simon 


Obrine, diaries 


Rufus Savage, Lieutenant 


Glidden, Arnold 


Obrine, William 


Simeon Wheeler, Ensign 


Goodwin, Samuel 


Palmer, James 




Gould, William, 2d ' 


Peaslee, Abiel 


Richard Berry, Sergeant 


Gove, Elijah 


Peaslee, Nathan, 2d 


William G. Johnson, Sergeant 


Gray, Josiah 


Philbrick, James 


John Baker, Sergeant 


Haggctt, William 


Place, Charles 


Jonathan Heath, Sergeant 


Harrington, James 


Preble, William 


James Turner, Musician 


Harrington, Job 


Rittal, Francis, Jr. 




Hintoon, John 


Rittal, William 


Privates. 


Hodgdon, John 


Robbins, Elias 


Baker, Asa 


Hodgdon, Thomas 


Robinson, John 


Barker, John W. 


Huff, George 


Sanborn, John 


Binney, Samuel 


Huff, Saul 


Seigars, John, Jr. 


Blair, Joshua 


Hussey, Richard 


Stilphin, Cornelius 


Chase, Andrew 


James, William 


Stilphin, Lewis 


Clifford, Andrew 


Jewett, Joseph 


Thomas, William 


Clifford, William 


Jewett, Moses, Jr. 


Tilton, Abraham 


Cocliran, Samuel 


Kincaid, William 


Towers, Nathaniel 


Colby, Henry, Jr. 


King, ]\Io.ses 


Ware, Benjamin 


Cooper, Alexander 


Lampson, Ephraim 


Ware, David 


Cromwell, Moses 


Mason, Daniel 


West, Joseph 


Cunningham, Rufus 


Merrill, Simon 


Whitcomb, Oliver 


Dow, John 


Moore, J. 




Dow, Joseph 


Munsey, Samuel 





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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. B. Flint's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Cutter's Regiment. 

From Sept. 30 to Nov. 8, 1814. RaLsed at Noblcborough. .Service at Bristol. 



Rank and Name. 


Chapman, Jesse 


McFaddcn, Abraham 


Benjamin Flint, Captain 


Chapman, John 


Milcher, William 


William Hiscock, Ensign 


Chapman, Thomas 


Pahner, Ephraim 




Fossett, Henry, 3d 


Poland, Nehemiah 


George Yeates, Sergeant 


Greenlow, Alexander 


Reed, Abel 


William Elliot, Sergeant 


Greenlow, Joseph 


Rollins, Frank 


James Hackelton, Corporal 


Hall, James, 3d 


Russell, Robert 


Arad Hazeltine, Corporal 


Hall, Timothy 


Sidelinger, Peter 


Isaac Rust, Musician 


Hatch, Alexander 


Sprowl, James 


Alexander Palmer, Musician 


Hatch, Oaks 


Sprowl, William 




Hodgdon, Benjamin 


Studson, Elisha 


Privates. 


Hussey, Job, Jr. 


Turnbull, Robert 


Burns, William 


Knowlton, David 




Cliapman, Israel 


Knowlton, Josepli 





Capt. John Sprowl's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Cutter's Regiment. 





FromcOot. 1 to Oct.. 15, 1814. Rai.sed at Bristc 


1. 


Rank and Name. 


Day, Elijah 


Morton, James 


John Sprowl, Captain 


Dow, John 


Morton, Thomas 


Nathan Boynton, Lieutenant 


Fish, Nathaniel 


Peasly, Jonathan, Jr. 


Isaac Noyes, Ensign v^ 


Fish, Simeon 


Plummer, John 




Folsom, James 


Poland, John 


William Cox, Sergeant 


Ford, Gideon 


Revice, Isaac 


Samuel Fossett, Sergeant 


Grimage, William 


Revice, William 


Henry Folsom, Sergeant 


Gunlan, Ebcnezer 


Richards, James 


Henry Bond, Jr., Sergeant 


Hall, Jesse 


Richards, Paul 


Henry McGuire, Musician 


Hall, Joseph 


Richardson, Ezra 


Thomas Calderwood, Musician 


Hinds, Benjamin 


Riplev, James 


John Foster, Musician 


Humphreys, Jacob 


Robinson, William 




Hutton, Joseph 


Robison, Robert 


Privates. 


Johnson, Epliraim 


Sheppard, Davis 


Barton, John "» 


Jones, Alexander 


Simonton, Benjamin 


Boynton, Richard 


Jones, Rufus 


S]irowl, William 


Bryant, Benjamin 


Keen, Mark 


Thompson, Benjamin 


Bryant, George 


Kennedy, Alexander 


Tole, Samuel 


Carter, Ephraim 


Layton, Thomas 


Trask, Enos 


Clark, Nicholas 


Marcy, Thomas 


Whitehouse, John 


Cleary, John 


McGuire, James 


Winslow, Reuben 


Coggins, Simon 


Meeks, Benjamin 


Witham, Josiah 


Crafts, David 


Meeks, Epliraim 


Wright, Josiah 


Curtis, Samuel 


Meeks, John 





Lieut. Col. Robert Day's Regiment. 

From June 30 to July 1, and Sept. 6 to Sept. 23, 1814. Service at Wiscasset, Bristol and vicinity. 



Field and Staff. 
Robert Day Lieutenant Colonel, Bristol 
Charles Clark, Major, Newcastle 
Daniel Gate, Major, Noblcborough 
Joel How, Jr., Major, Noblcborough 
William Jones, Adjutant, Bristol 



Ephraim Rollins, Quartermaster, Noble- 
borough 
Daniel Day, Paymaster, Noblcborough 
Lot Myrick, Surgeon, Newcastle 
Harry Hazeltine, Surgeon's Mate, No- 
bleborough 



Noncommissioned Staff 
Joseph Glidden, Sergeant Major 
Ephraim Clark, Quartermaster Sergeant 
Daniel Quinnam, Quartermaster Sergeant 
Simon Dodge, Fife Major 
Samuel H. Pool, Drum Major 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



193 



Capt. John Sprowl's Detachment, Lieut. Col. R. Day's Regiment. 

From June 20 to June 22, Juno :iU to July 1, and Sept. 10 to Sept. 15, 1S14. Raised at Bristol. Si.Tvice at Bristol and vieinitj 



Rank and Name. 


Fossett, Alex 


Morton, Thomas 


John Sprowl, Captain 


Fossett, George 


Morton, William 


Arthur Cox, Lieutenant 


Fossett, Henry 


Nichols, Charles 


James Sprowl, Ensign 


Fossett, James 


Nickels, Thomas 




Fossett, Thomas 


Otis, John 


John Clark, Sergeant 


Foster, Alex 


Pool, Ebenezer 


Jerry Bean, Sergeant 


Foster, John 


Rogers, Moses 


William Cox, Sergeant 


Gamage, Daniel 


Russell, George 


Thomas Foster, Sergeant 


Gamage, Joshua 


Russell, James 


Henrj' McGuire, Musician 


Gamage, Thomas 


Russell, Robert 


Thomas Calderwoocl, Musician 


Gamage, William 


Russell, William 




Greenlaw, Eben 


Simonton, Benjamin 


Privates. 


Greenlaw, Thomas Alexander 


Sprowl, Amos 


Avery, John 


Hackelton, James 


Sprowl, James 


Barton, John 


Harding, Joseph 


Sprowl, John 


Blunt, Samuel 


Hervey, Robert 


Sprowl, John, Jr. 


Brackett, Joshua 


Humpliries, Jacob 


Sprowl, William 


Bradley, Jesse 


JohiLson, William 


Thompson, Benjamin 


Brewer, John 


Libby, Joel 


Thompson, Daniel 


Calderwood, John 


Little, Hugh 


Tibbetts, David 


Clark, Samuel, Jr. 


Little, John 


Tibbetts, Ephraim 


Curtis, Peter 


MeCobb, William 


Tibbetts, Samuel B. 


Curtis, Rufus 


McKown, William 


Tibbitts, Samuel, Jr. 


Curtis, William 


Miller, George 


Tukey, Benjamin 


Davis, Nicholas 


Miller, William 


Young, Edward 


Davis, William 


Morton, James, Jr. 





Capt. James Robinson's Company, Lieut. CoL R. Day's Regiment. 
Four days, June 21, 22, 30, July 1, and from Sept. C to Sept. 23, 1814. Raised at Newcastle. Service at Newcastle and vicinity. 



Rank and Name. 


Clark, John 


Hatch, Zacheus- 


James Robinson, Captain 


Clark, Nathaniel 


Hutchins, Solomon 


Robert Catland, Lieutenant 


Codd, Thomas 


Jackson, Thomas 


Ephraim Taylor, Ensign 


Dodge, Alexander 


Kavanaugh, Edward 




Dodge, Benjamin 


Little, Alexander, Jr. 


Eben D. Robinson, Sergeant 


Dodge, Francis 


Little, Henry, Jr. 


Ebenezer Webla, Sergeant 


Dodge, Isaac 


Moody, David 


Jesse Jones, Corporal 


Dodge, James 


Moony, William 


Tliomas Little, Corporal 


Dodge, John, Jr. 


Morgan, Paul 


Richard Wilkinson, Musician 


Dodge, Josiah 


Otis, William 


Abner Stetson, Musician 


Dodge, Washington 


Perkins, Daniel 




Elliott, Andrew 


Perkins, Ebenezer, Jr. 


Privates. 


Farley, Ebenezer 


Siders, Daniel 


Barstow, Alexander 


Glidden, William 


Teague, Joseph 


Barstow, Nathaniel 


Gorliam, David 


Tilton, John 


Clark, Benjamin 


Hall, Ezekiel 


Whitehouse, Stephen 


Clark, Elisha 


Hatch, Frederic 


Young, Stephen 



Capt. R. Hiscock's Company, Lieut. Col. R. Day's Regiment. 

Four days, June 21, 22, 30, July 1, and from Sept. 7 to Sept. 23, 1814. Raised at Bristol. Service at Bristol. 



Rank and Name. 
Richard Hiscoek, Captain 
James McNear, Lieutenant 
Alexander Cox, Ensign 


John Harris, Sergeant 
William Hunter, Fifer 
Isaac Rust, Drummer 

Privates. 


Askins, William 
Bearce, Ebenezer 
Bearce, John 
Bearce, Samuel 
Chamberlain, William 


James Woodward, Sergeant 
Patrick Hanby, Sergeant 
Isaac Howlaud, Sergeant 


Askins, James 
Askins, John 
Askins, Richard 


Chapman, Israel 
Curtis, James 
Davis, James 



194 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. R. Hiscock's Company, Lieut. CoL R. Day's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Jones, John 


Sprowl, Thomas 


Farnham, David 


Killsy, John 


Sprowl, William 


Hall, Harvey 


Knowlton, Washington 


Stratter, George W. 


Harden, Charles 


Little, Thomas 


Sykes, Artemas 


Hatch, Thomas 


McMichel, David 


Thompson, Benjamin 


Hiscock, James 


McMichel, James, Jr. 


Thompson, Ephraim 


Huston, Daniel 


McNear, John 


Tomlinson, Paul, Jr. 


Huston, James 


Page, James W. 


Wile}', John 


Huston, John, Jr. 


Page, John 


Wintworth, James 


Huston, Robert 


Richards, John 


Wintworth, John 


Huston, William 


Sidelinger, John 


Wintworth, John, 2d 


Hutchings, Baker 


Sidelinger, Sanmel 


Wintworth, Samuel 


Hutchings, Thomas, Jr. 


Sprowl, Cornelius 


Woodbery, Israel 


Jones, James 


Sprowl, James ^ 


Woodward, John 



Capt. J. Winslow's Company, Lieut. CoL R. Day's Regiment. 

From June 29 to July 1, and Sept. 7 to Sept. 23, 1S14. Raised at Nobleborough. Service at Bristol and vicinity. 



Raised at Nobleborough. 
June 29, 1S14. 



In skirmish at Bristol 



Rank and Name. 


Genthmer, Samuel 


Knowlton, John 


John Winslow, Captain 


Goodenow, Nathan 


Merrill, Enoch 


Nathaniel Bryant, Ensign 


Hall, Daniel 


Merrill, John 




Hall, Daniel, Jr. 


Merrill, Samuel 


Nathaniel Winslow, Sergeant 


Hall, Elijah 


Merrill, Thomas, Jr. 


Daniel Moody, Sergeant 


Hall, Isaac 


Moody, Ezekiel 


Nathaniel Webber, Sergeant 


Hall, James, Jr. 


Moody, John, Jr. 


James Waters, Sergeant 


Hall, Mark 


Moody, Richard, Jr. 


Asa Densmorr, Sergeant 


Hall, Stephen 


Morgan, Tolford 


Snow Winslow, Fifer 


Hatch, David 


Nash, Church 


Timothy Hall, Drummer 


Hatch, Elijah 


Nash, Samuel 




Hodgdon, Samuel 


Ross, Daniel 


Privates. 


Hodgkins, Frank 


Ross, John 


Banner, James 


Hodgkins, James 


Ross, Samuel 


Benner, Joshua 


Hussey, Benjamin 


Ross, William 


Borland, Samuel 


Hussey, John 


Varner, George 


Chatpman, Nathan 


Hussey, Nathaniel 


Varner, Henry 


Chapman, William 


Hussey, Samuel 


Varner, John 


Clark, David 


Jameson, Samuel 


Wlutehouse, David 


Clark, West 


Keen, Ephraim 


Wols, Benjamin 


Dunbar, Joseph 


Keen, James 




Engby, Jacob 


Keen, Samuel 





Capt. J. Glidden's Company, Lieut. CoL R. Day's Regiment. 

From Sept. 7 to Sejit. 23, 1S14. Raised at Newcastle. Service at Newcastle. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Hiscock, Perez 


John Glidden, Jr., Captain 


Brown, John H. 


Hussy, Job, Jr. 


James Barstow, Lieutenant 


Chapman, Daniel 


Knowlton, Joseph 


John Hu.ssey, Ensign 


Chapman, Stephen 


McFadden, Abner 




Dunbar, Jesse 


Milcher, William, Jr. 


Daniel Flint, Sergeant 


Dunbar, John 


Myrick, Josiah 


Joseph Glidden, Sergeant 


Fly, Daniel 


Oliver, Jonathan, Jr. 


James TurnbuU, Sergeant 


Folinsby, Charles 


Sidelinger, Jacob 


Moses Tibbits, Sergeant 


Genthmer, John 


Stetson, Elisha H. 


Daniel Purkins, Corporal 


Glidden, Nathaniel, Jr. 


TurnbuU, Robert 


Jeremiah Russell, Corporal 


Groton, Zenas 


TurnbuU, William 


Nathaniel Merservey, Musician 


Gruulow, Joseph 


Varner, Charles 


Josiah Winslow, Musician 


Hall, James 


Walts, Samuel 




Hall, Timothy 


Weeks, Daniel 




Hatch, Oakes 


Winslow, Joseph 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



195 



Capt. J. Yeates' Company, Lieut. Col. R. Day's Regiment. 

From Sept. 7 to Sept. 24, 1S14. Raised at Bristol. Service at Bristol. 



Rank and Name. 


Eggan, Simmons 


Poland, Nehemiah 


James Yeates, Captain 


Elliott, Simon 


Richards, Benjamin 


Joseph Richards, Lieutenant 


Farrow, Edward 


Richards, James 


James Yeates, 2d, Ensign 


Farrow, William 


Richards, Paul 




Fountain, John 


Richards, Timothy 


Samuel Bryant, Sergeant 


Fuller, Samuel 


Smith, Joseph 


Charles Wihnanhouser, Sergeant 


Gen timers, John 


Stephens, John 


Barker Ozier, Sergeant 


Hastings, William 


Stephens, Thomas 


James EUiott, Sergeant 


Hinds, Benjamin 


Studly, Nathaniel 


Wait Keen, Corporal 


Horn, Frederick 


Stutson, John 


Jonas Woodbury, Corporal 


Humplirev, Ebenezer 


Trowent, Samuel 


William Elliott, Corporal 


Humplirey, Jesse 


Webber, Benjamin 


Thomas Brackett, Corporal 


Hyer, George 


Wellman, Gilbert 


James Blen, Mu.sician 


Johnson, James 


Wellmau, Samuel 


Alexander Palmer, Musician 


Johnston, James 


Weston, Eliphas 




Johnston, Wilham 


Weston, Joshua 


Privatcif. 


Keen, Howlen 


Wibly or AVilby, William 


Barton, Enoch 


Keen, Mark 


\\'illmanhouser, Frederick 


Brown, Peter 


Kimball, Timothy 


Wilton, James 


Bryant, George 


Lanter, John 


Wilton, Joseph 


Bryant, John 


Little, Charles 


Yeates, George 


Bryant, Reuben 


Martin, William, Jr. 


Yeates, George W. 


Burns, Thomas 


Morton or Norton, Thomas 


Yeates, John 


CoUamer, Dayis 


Nash, Oliyer 


Yeates, Thomas 


Collamer, Nathaniel 


O'Res, Dayid N. 


Yeates, Zinas 


Dockindorf, Tliomas 


Ozier, Thomas 





Capt. Benjamin Flint's Company, Lieut. Col. R. Day's Regiment. 
From Sept. 10 to Sept. 23, 1814. Raised at Nobleborough. Service at Nobleborough. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Hiscock, John 


Benjamin Flint, Captain 


Barstow, Benjamin 


Hiscock, William 


Robert Chapman, Lieutenant 


Chapman, Abraham 


Hussey, Joseph 


William Hiscock, Jr., Ensign 


Chapman, Israel 


Knowlton, Dayid 




Chapman, Jacob 


Linscot, William 


Lucas Barnard, Sergeant 


Chapman, John 


Merrill, Joseph 


Anthony Chapman, Sergeant 


C'hapman, Joseph, Jr. 


Oliver, Samuel 


Nathaniel Clapp, Sergeant 


Chapman, Nathaniel 


Palmer, John 


Joseph Flint, Sergeant 


Chapman, Nathaniel, Jr. 


Perkins, Joseph 


Ephraim Palmer, Corporal 


Chapman, Orris 


Place, Joshua 


Michael Chapman, Corporal 


Chapman, Robert, Jr. 


Plummer, John 


Jesse Chapman, Corporal 


Chapman, Thomas, Jr. 


Prichard, Thomas 


Frank Rollins, Corporal 


Demiis, David, Jr. 


Reed, Abiel 


Ejihraim Chapman, Musician 


Flint, Jesse, Jr. 


Rollins, John, Jr. 


William Rollins, Musician 


Haseltine, Arad 


Rollins, Robert 




Hatch, Crowell 


Sidelinger, Charles 




Hiscock, Benjamin 


Tufts, Francis 



Capt. A. Richardson's Company, Lieut. Col. R. Day's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Sept. 23, 1814. Raised at Jefferson. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Ephraim Packard, Corporal 


Privates. 


Abiathar Richardson, Captain 


Ezra Richardson, Corporal 


Clark, Alexander 


Elias Haskct, Ensign 


John Eames, Corporal 


Clark, John 




William Bond, Corporal 


Clark, John, Jr. 


John Waters, Sergeant 


Joseph Weeks, Musician 


Day, Alpheus 


Henry Bond, Jr., Sergeant 


Alexander Jackson, Musician 


Day, Eben 


Abiel Noyes, Sergeant 




Day, Elijah 


Hem-y Folsom, Sergeant 




Day, William 



196 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. A. Richardson's Company, Lieut. Col. R. Day's Reg-iment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Kennedy, John 


Sheppard, Cullever 


Dow, John 


Kennedy, Nicholas 


Shejjpard, Francis 


Folsom, James 


Kennedy, William 


Sheppard, James, Jr. 


Hall, Abiel 


Linscot, Elijah 


Sheppard, Samuel 


Hall, Alexander 


Linscot, Ephraim 


Shejjpard, William, Jr. 


Hall, Ebenezer 


Linscot, Jeremiah 


Weeks, Benjamin 


Hall, Joseph 


Linscot, Thomas 


Weeks, Daniel, Jr. 


Hall, Robert 


Linscot, William 


Weeks, Ephraim 


Hatch, Charles 


McCobb, Andrew 


Weeks, John 


Hilton, James 


Morey, Philip 


Weeks, Joseph 


Jackson, Nathaniel 


Noyes, John 


Weeks, Joseph, Jr. 


Jackson, Samuel 


Partridge, Joseph 


Weeks, Josiah G. 


Jones, Alexander 


Ripley, James 


Weeks, Thomas, Jr. 


Jones, Alexander, Jr. 


Robinson, Archibald 


Whitehouse, James 


Jones, Gardner 


Robinson, Charles 


Whitehouse, John 


Jones, Hawkes 


Robinson, James, Jr. 


Wliitehouse, William 


Jones, James 


Robinson, Robert 


Witliam, Josiah 


Jones, Michael 


Robinson, William 


Young, Johnson 


Kennedy, Alexander 


Rowell, Jesse 





Capt. David Boynton's Company, Lieut. Col. R. Day's Regiment. 

From Sept. 11 to Sept. 23, 1814. Raised at Jefferson. Service at Wiscasset and vicinity. 



Rank and Name. 


Privales. 


King, Benjamin 


David Boynton, Captain 


Boynton, John 


Knight, Daniel 


Nathan Boynton, Lieutenant 


Clary, John 


Noyes, Benjamin 


Isaac Noyes, Lieutenant 


Clary, Robert, Jr. 


Noyes, Daniel 




Clifford, Peter 


Peaslee, Jonathan, Jr. 


John Murphy, Sergeant 


Cunningham, Daniel 


Reeves, Isaac 


Charles Gray, Sergeant 


Cunningham, William 


Tole, Samuel 


Nathan Fourd, Sergeant 


Decker, Joseph 


Trask, Enos 


Jonathan Berry, Corporal 


Ford, Gideon 


Trask, Jonathan 


Enocli Plummer, Corporal 


Ford, William 


Trask, Thomas 


David Trask, Corijoral 


Hayw-ard, Israel 




Enoch Wicks, Musician 


Henry, Robert 




Joseph Henry, Musician 


Hopkins, Bradford 




Rufus Boynton, Musician 


How, Marcus 





Capt. J. Winslow's Company, Lieut. Col. R. Day's Regiment. 

From Sept. 30 to Nov. 15, 1814. Raised at Nobleborough. Service at Bristol. 



Rank and Name. 


Curtis, James 


Hall, Stephens 




John Winslow, Captain 


Da\'idson, WiUiam 


Hall, Zenas 




Robert Catland, Lieutenant 


Davis, James 


Harding, Cliarles 




James Yates, Ensign 


Dodge, Francis 


Hatch, Elijah 






Dodge, Josiah 


Hatch, Frederic 




Thomas Little, Sergeant 


Doyle, Patrick 


Hodgkins, Francis 




Natlianiel Winslow, Sergeant 


Dunbar, Joseph 


Humphrey, Ebenezer 




Daniel Moody, Sergeant 


Dunsmore, Asa 


Hussey, Benjamin 




David Varnum, Sergeant 


Engley, Jacob 


Hussey, Lemuel 




Alexander Jackson, Musician 


Erskins, John, 3d 


Hutchings, Hemy 




Joseph Weeks, Musician 


Erskins, William 


Hutchings, Thomas 






FoUanslace, Charles 


Hutchings, William 




Privates. 


Gates, John 


Jamcrson, William 




Barstow, Alexander 


Centner, Samuel 


Jones, Benjamin, Jr. 




Briant, Reuben 


HaU, Daniel, Jr. 


Jones, John, 2d 




Chamlaerlain, William 


Hall, I']phraim 


Jones, Shadrack 




Chapman, Benjamin 


Hall, Isaac 


Knowlton, John 




Chapman, Nathan 


Hall, James, Jr. 


Little, William 




Clark, Amasa 


Hall, Jesse 


Merrill, John 




Collomore, Nathaniel 


HaU, Marks 


Moody, David 





MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



197 



Capt. J. Winslow's Company, Lieut. Col. R. Day's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates - 
Osyer, Thomas 
Parmer, Elnathan 
Perkins, Daniel 
Richards, Isaac 
Ross, John 



ConcUided. 



Ross, Samuel 
Ross, Saul 
Siders, Daniel 
Sprowl, Thomas 
Sprowl, William 
Stephens, John 



Stratton, George W. 
Thompson, Ephraim 
Varner, George 
 Wall, Benjamin 
Willmanhouser, Frederick 
Wintworth, John 



Ensign James Yates' Detachment, Lieut. CoL R. Day's Regiment. 

From June 29 to June 30, 1S14. Raised at Bristol. Service at Bristol. 



Rank and Name. 


Bracket!, Thomas 


Osgood, Joseph 


James Yates, Ensign 


Burnes, Thomas 


Ricliards, Daniel 




Burnes, William, Jr. 


Stetson, John 


James Elliott, Sergeant 


Collomore, Davis 


Webber, Benjamin 




Elliott, Simon, Jr. 


Weston, Daniel 


Privates. 


EUiott, William 


Weston, Ehphas 


Barton, Enoch 


Fuller, Samuel 


Yates, George 


Blen, James 


Hinds, Benjamin 


Yates, Thomas 



From Sept. 



Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 

to Sept. 9, and Nov. 2 to Nov. 7, 1M4. Service at Wiscasset. 



Field and Staff. 
Erastus Foot, Lieutenant Colonel, Cam- 
den 
John Spear, Major, Thomaston 
Jonathan Wilson, Major, Hope 



Archelaus J. Coombs, Major, Thomaston 
William Carleton, Adjutant, Camden 
James W. Blackington, Quartermaster, 

Thomaston 
Samuel Jacobs, Paymaster, Camden 



William SteariLS, Surgeon, Camden 
Enoch Lovejoy, Surgeon's Mate, Thom- 
aston 
Samuel Baker, Chaplain, Thomaston 



Capt. A. G. Coombs' Company, Lieut. Col. £. Foot's Regiment. 

From June 22 to June 26, 1814. Service at Thomaston. 



Rank and Name. 


Everett, David 


Pilsbury, Nathaniel 




A. G. Coombs, Captain 


Gray, Leverett 


Post, Enoch 




George Coombs, Lieutenant 


Hall, Anthony 


Post, Ezekiel 




Ralph Chapman, Ensign 


Herd, Moses 


Post, Zacheus 






Hix, Samuel 


Sayward, James 




John Keating, Sergeant 


Ingraham, Barnard 


Say ward, Joseph 




Nathan Pilsburv, Corporal 


Ingraham, Coit 


Sherman, Nathan 




Joseph Bridges, Corporal 


Ingraham, Isaac 


Simonton, Aliraham 




Ephraim McLean, Corporal 


Ingraham, Josiah 


Simonton, Jolm 




Anthony Matthews, Musician 


Jameson, Robert 


Sleeper, Jesse 




Elisha Snow, Musician 


Jordan, Eben 


Small, Jonathan 






Jordan, Ebenezer, Jr. 


Snow, Ambrose 




Privates. 


Jumper, Joseph 


Snow, Israel 




Amberrj', Thomas H. 


Lovett, Ephraim 


Snow, John M. 




Bartlctt, Knot 


Lowell or Lovell, Archibald C. 


Snow, William 


m 


Bartlett, Richard 


McAllister, Joseph 


Thompson, Eben 




Bradbury, Wyman 


Packard, Benjamin, Jr. 


Wade, Leonard 




Brewer, Isaac 


Packard, David 


Walter, George 




Bridges, Ivingsbury 


Perry, David 


Whitham, Jerry 




Bunker, Isaac 


Pliilbrook, Jerry 


Williams, Benjamin 




Crockett, Asa 


Pierce, BezziUa 


Williams, Jonathan 




Emery, John 


Pilsburv, John 






Emery, Jonah 


Pilsbury, Joseph, Jr. 







198 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. C. Curtis' Company, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 

From June 22 to June 25, 1814. Raised at Camden. iServicc at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Thorndike, J. W. 


Calvin Curtis, Captain 


Blake, William 


Tyler, Abel 


Edward Haiiford, Lieutenant 


Crosby, Eplu'aim G. 


Tylor, Simeon 


Arthur Pendleton, Ensign 


Hodgman, Buckley 
Hosmer, Anthony 


Tyson, Saul 


William Brown, Sergeant 


Mirrick, Joseph 




John Harkness, Sergeant 


Ogier, Joseph 




Amos Foster, Sergeant 


Sherman, Almarine 




Jesse Fay, Sergeant 


Start, Ebenezer 




Israel Thorndike, Musician 


Thorndike, Ebenezer 





Capt. A. Palmer's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 

From June 22 to June 23, Sept. 3 to Sept. 10, and Sept. 21 to Sept. 23, 1814. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Cloutman, John 


Melvin, John 


Asher Palmer, Captain 


Cooper, Nicholas 


Metcalf, James 


Noah Brooks, Lieutenant 


Cothrell, Jonathan 


Molinea.x, John 




Cothrell, Robert 


Parker, Moses 


Henry Bowers, Sergeant 


Dary, Jesse 


Perry, Israel 


Henry Pendleton, Sergeant 


Davis, Thomas 


Richard, Robert 


David Ring, Sergeant 


Dillingham, Barnard 


Richards, William 


Josiah Harrington, Sergeant 


Foglor, Charles 


Robason, Charles 


Josiah Dillingham, Jr., Corporal 


Harrington, James 


Rollins, David 


Job Hodgman, Jr., Corporal 


Heal, Peter 


Russell, Saul, Jr. 


Samuel Farr, Corporal 


Higgins, Jonathan 


Sargent, Leonard A. 


Parley F. Pike, Corporal 


Hilt, Freeman 


Sawtell, Elnathan 


John Hewett, Musician 


Hilt, William 


Sherman, Joseph 


Nathan Fales, Musician 


Hobbs, Ebenezer 


Tarr, John 




Hopkins, Charles 


Thomas, Edward 


Privates. 


Hopkins, Nathan 


Ulmer, Martin 


Barnes, Abel 


Hopkins, Richard 


Wagg, James 


Barrett, Daniel, Jr. 


Hosmer, Charles 


Wentworth, Tobias 


Barrett, Nathan 


Lindsey, Alfred 


Wheeler, Jonas 


Carle, James 


Maryfield, William 


Wood, Zacheus 


Carle, John 


McKeUer, Isaac 





Capt. S. Tolman's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 

From June 22 to June 23, 1814. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Brewster, Ira 


Newell, Ebenezer 


Samuel Tolman, Captain 


Brown, James P. 


Nutt, William 


Joseph Ross, Lieutenant 


Bucklin, Mark 


O.xton, William 


Isaac Orbeton, Ensign 


Bucklin, Robert 


Packard, James 




Clough, David 


Packard, Saul 


James Andrew, Sergeant 


Ebnes, Jolm 


Perry, Jolm 


William Brewster, Sergeant 


Fiske, John 


Perry, Thomas 


John Packard, Sergeant 


Harkness, Wilham 


Pilsbury, Johnson 


Daniel Packard, Sergeant 


Hathorne, James 


Post, Stephen 


Moses Prescott, Musician 


Hewett, Waterman 


Rolhns, Daniel 


John George, Musician 


Hewitt, Harvey 


Ross, Stephen 




Johnson, George 


Simmons, George 


Privates. 


Jones, Benjamin 


Simonton, WiUiara 


Barnes, Amos 


Jones, Crowel 


Smith, Abiather 


Barrows, Saul 


Keen, Daniel 


Waterman, Henry 


Barrows, Stephen 


Keen, Ehsha 


Waterman, Jonah 


Beckett, John 


Keen, James 


Watton, John 


Bradford, Abraham 


Manning, John 





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Capt. S. Tolman's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 

Frum Sept. 2 to Sept. 9, 1S14. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Nutt, Ashley 


Samuel Tolman, Captain 


Barnes, Amos 


Nutt, William 


Joseph Ross, Lieutenant 


Beckett, John 


Oxton, William 


Isaac Orbeton, Ensign 


Bowers, Samuel 


Oxton, William, Jr. 




Bradford, Abraham 


Packard, James 


Daniel Packard, Sergeant 


Bucklin, Robert 


Perry, Thomas 


John Packard, Sergeant 


Clough, David 


Pilsbury, Johnson 


James Andrews, Sergeant 


Elmes, John 


Post, Stephen 


William Brewster, Sergeant 


Harkness, WilUam 


Rankins, Constance 


Harvev Heart, Corporal 


Hat home, James 


RoUins, Daniel 


Jonathan Brown, Corporal 


Johnson, George 


Simmons, George 


Crowd Jones, Corporal 


Jones, Benjamin 


Simonton, William 


Stephen Bin-rows, Corporal 


Keen, Daniel 


Waterman, Henry 


John Fiske, Corporal 


Keen, James 


Waterman, Jonah 


Samuel Packard, Musician 


Mamiing, John 


Waterman, Joseph 


Jolm George, Musician 


Norwood, Abraham 


Watton, John 



Capt. C. Curtis' Company, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 

From Sept. 3 to Sept. lU, li>14. Raised at Camden. Service at Camden. 



R.\NK AND Name. 


Privates. 


Start, Ebenezer 


Calvin Curtis, Captain 


Blake, William 


Thorndike, Ebenezer 


Edward Hanford, Lieutenant 


Crosbv, Ephraim G. 


Thorndike, J. W. 


Arthur Pendleton, Ensign 


Gregory, William, 3d 


Tyler, Abel 




Hodgman, Buckley 


Tyler, Coburn 


William Brown, Sergeant 


Hunt, Simon 


Tyler, Dudley 


Amos Foster, Sergeant 


Mirrick, Joseph 


Tyler, Samuel 


Jesse Fay, Sergeant 


Ogier, Joseph 


Tyler, Simeon, Jr. 


John Harkness, Sergeant 


Prichard, Asa 




Israel Thorudike, Musician 


Sherman, Almarine 





Capt. N. Payson's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 
From Sept. 3 to Sept. 9, 1S14. Raised at Hope. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Graham, John 


Pease, Palatiah 


Noyes Payson, Captain (absent) 


Gwiuey, Elisha 


Peavey, John 


William Collins, Ensign (in command) 


Hart, James 


Perkins, Thomas S. 




Humplu-ev, John 


Proctor, Jeremiah 


Benjamin Simmons, Sergeant 


Irish, Levi 


Richards, Robert 


John Fuller, Sergeant 


Jacobs, McCowan 


Riplev, Aaron 


George Pease, Sergeant 


Jones, Thomas, Jr. 


Ripley, Archalaus 


Shuljal M. Pease, Sergeant 


Jordan, Ejjhraim 


Riplev, Peter 


Eplu'aim Perkins, Corporal 


Kating, John 


Ripley, Thomas 


Daniel Lincoln, Corporal 


Kinsell or Lassell, John 


Robbins, Harvey 


William McLain, Musician 


Lassell or Kinsell, John 


Robbinson, George 


Martin Meservey, Musician 


Lincoln, Lemuel 


Robinson, Joshua 




Lincoln, Peleg 


Royal, Peter 


Privates. 


Martin, John 


Shaw, Samuel 


Arnold, John 


Maxfield, James 


Simmons, Jedediah 


Arnold, William 


Maxfield, William 


Simmons, Oliver, Jr. 


Barker, Samuel 


McClain, Jolm 


Sprague, Noah 


Brown, Benjamin 


McComber, John 


Suckforth or Luckforth, Robert 


Bryant, Henry 


McLain, Alexander 


Sumner, Samuel 


Bryant, William 


Merservej', Barnet 


Thomas, William 


Clark, James, Jr. 


Merservey, George 


Thomson, John 


Clark, Josiah 


Newlet, Jolm, Jr. 


Wagner, Jacob 


Collins, Aaron 


Payson, Eplu-aim, Jr. 


Wclman, Jedediah 


Davis, William 


Pease, Alexander 


Wcntworth, Lemuel 


Drake, James 


Pease, Henry M. 




Gowers, Jolm 


Pease, Nathan, Jr. 





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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. A. Palmer's Detached Company, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Oct. 11, 1S14. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Crockett, Knot 


Maxfield, William 


Asher Palmer, Captain 


Crockett, Robert 


McLean, Alexander 


John Watts, Lieutenant 


Crosliy, Eplu-aim G. 


McLcllan, George 


Arthur Pendleton, Ensign 


Dean, William 


Mehdn, John 




Fales, Atwood 


Nutt, William 


John Packard, Sergeant 


Fogerty, Dennis 


Packard, David 


Asa Payson, Sergeant 


Fogler, Charles 


Packard, Samuel 


Henry Pendleton, Sergeant 


Foster, Jeremiah 


Palmer, Nathaniel 


John Keating, Sergeant 


Gentner, David 


Parker, Moses 


Samuel Norwood, Corporal 


George, John 


Perry, Thomas 


Ebenozer Thorndikc, Corijoral 


Graffan, Jacob 


Pierce, Bezaleel 


Shulial M. Pease, Corporal 


Graham, John 


Post, Stephen 


George Lindsey, Corporal 


Hall, Anthony 


Ripley, Thomas 




Hall, Peter, Jr. 


Robbins, Henry 


Privates. 


Handly, Henry 


Robertson, George 


Acorn, Michel 


Hart, James 


Russell, Samuel 


Bowley, George 


Haynes, William 


Sartell, Amos 


Bowley, Michel 


Healey, James H. 


Sherman, Joseph 


Bradford, Abraham 


Humphrey, John 


Snow, Israel 


Bucklin, Robert 


■J Jenks, Hemy 


Spear, Rufus 


Butler, George 


Johnson, George 


Spearer, Reuben 


Butler, Samuel 


Jones, Thomas, Jr. 


Starte, Ebenezer 


Carle, James 


Jordan, Ebenezer 


Stephenson, Francis 


Carle, Rufus 


Lincoln, Isaac W. 


Ulmer, Martin 


Conway, Frederic 


Lincoln, Lemuel 


Watts, George 


Coombs, Asa 


Marshall, John 


Watts, Moses 


Copeland, Natlianiel 


Martin, Thomas 




Crabtree, Saul 


Mason, Abraham 





Capt. N. Payson's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 

From Sept. 21 to Sept. 23, 1S14. Raised at Hope. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Conchn, Isaac 


Perkins, Thomas S. 


Noyce Payson, Captain 


Da\as, William 


Proctor, Jeremiah 


William Collins, Ensign 


Fairbanks, John, Jr. 


Reen, Robert 




Gower, John 


Richards, Robert 


John McLain, Sergeant 


Gm-ney, Elisha 


Ripley, Aaron 


John Fuller, Sergeant 


Irish, Levi 


Ripley, Archelaus 


George Pease, Sergeant 


Jacobs, McConn 


Ripley, Peter 


Peabody Simmons, Sergeant 


Jordan, Ephraim 


Roakes, James 


Ephraim Perkins, Corporal 


Kating, John 


Robbinson, Joshua 


Daniel Linckin, Corporal 


Lincoln, Peleg 


Shaw, Samuel 


William McLain, Musician 


Martin, John 


Simmons, Jedediah 


Martin Meservey, Musician 


Maxfield, James 


Sinclair, William 




McCumber, John 


Sprague, Noah 


Privates. 


Meservey, Barrett 


Suckforth, Robert 


Arnold, John 


Meservey, George 


Sumner, Sanuiel 


Brown, Benjamin 


Meservey, John 


Thompson, John 


Bryant, Henry 


Newbert, John, Jr. 


Thomson, William 


Bryant, William 


Payson, Ephraim, Jr. 


Wagner, Jacob 


Clark, James, Jr. 


Pease, Hemy M. 


Wellman, Jedediah 


Clark, Josiah 


Pease, Nathan, Jr. 




Collins, Aaron 


Peavey, John 





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Capt. J. Weed's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 

From Sept. 3 to Sept. 9, 1814. Raised at Hope. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Bowly, George 


Kendall, Charleville 


James Weed, Captain 


Bowly, William 


Kendall, Samuel 


William Hewett, Lieutenant 


Brown, William 


Lassell, John 


Boyce Crane, Ensign 


Burwell, Benjamin 


Lassell, Joslma, Jr. 




Conant, Abraham 


Mayson, Abraham 


Asa Payson, Sergeant 


Conant, Isaac 


Metcalf, Jesse 


Nathaniel Kendall, Sergeant 


Copeland, Nathaniel 


Noyce, Daniel 


Reuben Safford, Jr., Sergeant 


Cotton, Ehphalet 


Petingel, Holmes 


John Bartlett, Corporal 


Crabtree, Samuel 


Richards, Dodipher 


Jonatlian Laughton, Corporal 


Fiske, Abel 


Richards, Pearl 


James Tolman, Corporal 


Flagg, Isaac, Jr. 


Simmons, George 




Gilmore, Samuel 


Stephenson, Francis 


Privates. 


Haynes, Willliam 


Stinson, Nathaniel 


Athan, Benjamin 


Hilt, Daniel 


Sweetland, James 


Athan, John 


Hilt, Philip 


Webster, Tliomas 


Blood, Aljcl 


Howard, Richard 


Wliitcomb, Ebenezer, Jr. 


Boardman, Stephen 


Jamison, Peter 




Bowly, Eplu-aim, Jr. 


Jordan, James 





Capt. S. Tolman's Company, Lieut. CoL E. Foot's Regiment. 

From Sept. 21 to Sept. 2.3, 1M4. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


John Fiske, Corporal 


Keen, Daniel 


Samuel Tolman, Captain 


Stephen Barrows, 


Musician 


Manmng, John 


Joseph Ross, Lieutenant 


Henry Waterman, 


Musician 


Nutt, William 


Isaac Orbeton, Ensign 






Oxton, William 




Privates. 


Packard, James 


Daniel Packard, Sergeant 


Barnes, Amos 




RoUins, Daniel 


James Andrews, Sergeant 


Barrows, Saul 




Simmons, George 


WiUiam Brewster, Sergeant 


Becket, John 




Walton, John 


Harvey Hewit, Corporal 


Clough, David 




Waterman, Jonah 


James Brown, Corporal 


Harkness, William 






Crowell Jones, Corporal 


Jones, Benjamin 







Capt. J. Weed's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 

From Sept. 21 to Sept. 2.3, 1814. Raised at Hope. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Brown, William 


Lassell, Joshua, Jr. 


James Weed, Captain 


Burwell, Benjamin 


Metcalf, Jesse 


William Hewett, Lieutenant 


Conant, Abraham 


Noyce, Daniel 


Boyce Crane, Ensign 


Conant, Isaac 


Payson, Sion 




Cotton, Eliphalet 


Petingel, Hohnes 


Isaac Dunton, Sergeant 


Farrar, John 


Richards, Dodipher 


John Bartlett, Corporal 


Fiske, Abel 


Richards, Pearl 


James Tolman, Corporal 


Flagg, Isaac, Jr. 


SimmoiLS, George 




Hilt, Daniel 


Stinson, Nathaniel 


Privates. 


Hilt, Philip 


Sweetland, James 


Athan, Benjamin 


Howard, Richard 


Sweetland, Wade 


Athan, John 


Jamison, Peter 


Webster, Thomas 


Blood, Abel 


Jordan, James 


Whitcomb, Ebenezer, Jr. 


Boardman, Stephen 


Kendall, Charleville 


Wingate, Simon 


Bowly, Ephraim, Jr. 


Kendall, Daniel 


Young, Harvy 


Bowly, WiUiam 


Lassell, John 





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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1S12. 



Capt. C. Curtis' Detached Company, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 

From Oct. 11 to Nov. 19, 1S14. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Brown, William 


McLane, John 


Calvin Curtis, Captain 


Carle, John 


Meservey, George 


Noah Brooks, Lieutenant 


Clark, Josiah 


Metcalf, James 


William Collins, Ensign 


Collins, Aaron 


Ogil, Joseph 




Conant, Isaac 


Oxton, William 


Jesse Fay, Sergeant 


Cotterill, Jonathan 


Pajrson, Sion 


David King, Sergeant 


Cotterill, Robert 


Pease, Henry M. 


George Pease, Sergeant 


Dean, Samuel 


Pilsbury, Jolmston 


Isaac Dunton, Sergeant 


Derry, Jesse 


Porter, Benjamin 


J. W. Thorndike, Corporal 


Dillingham, Barnard 


Richards, Robert 


Harvey Hewett, Corporal 


Dyer, Brackett 


Robbins, John G. 


James Brown, Corporal 


Elmes, John 


Robinson, Joshua 


Jonathan Laughton, Corporal 


Gilmore, Samuel 


Rollins, Daniel 


Martin Meservey, Musician 


Gurney, Elisha 


Rollins, David 


Nathan Barrett, Musician 


Harrington, James 


Royal, Peter 




Hobbs, Ebenezer 


Ruswell, Benjamin 


Privates. 


Hopkins, Nathan 


Shaw, Samuel 


Arnold, William 


Hosmer, Josiah W. 


Tarr, John 


Athan, Benjamin 


Hunt, Simon 


Thomas, Edward 


Barnes, Amos 


Keen, James 


Thompson, William 


Barrett, Daniel 


Kendell, Charlcville 


Tolman, Nathan 


Barrows, Samuel 


Lassall, Joshua 


Tyler, Coburn 


Blake, William 


Lincoln, William L. 


Tyler, Dudley 


Boardman, Stephen 


Manning, John 


Wagner, Jacob 


Bowers, Joseph 


Martin, John 


Waterman, Jonah 


Bowley, William 


Maxfield, James 


Wellman, Jedediah 



Capt. A. Palmer's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 

From Nov. 2 to Nov. 7, 1814. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Lindscy, Alfred 


Ashcr Palmer, Captain 


Barnes, Abel 


Melvin, John 




Carle, James 


Molincax, John 


Henry Bower, Sergeant 


Carle, Rufus 


Morse, Charles 


Henry Pendleton, Sergeant 


Cooper, Nicholas 


Morse, Isaac 


David Ring, Sergeant 


Curtis, James 


Ogier, Peter 


Josiah Harrington, Sergeant 


Dillingham, Benjamin P. 


Palmer, Nathaniel 


Samuel Farr, Corporal 


Fogler, Charles 


Parker, Moses 


Parlev F. Pike, Corporal 


Hall, Frye 


Robason, C'liarles 


Zacheriah Wood, Corporal 


Higgins, Jonathan 


Sherman, Joseph, Jr. 


John Hewett, Musician 


Hilt, William 


Simonton, John 


Nathan Fales, Musician 


Hobbs, Charles 


Ulmer, Martin 


Robert Annis, Musician 


Hodgman, Thomas 


Wagg, James 




Hopkins, Richard 


Wentworth, Tobias 


- 


Hosmer, Charles 





Capt. S. Tolman's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 

From Nov. 2 to Nov. 7, 1814. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Nutt, Ashley 


Samuel Tolman, Captain 


Barrows, Stephen 


Nutt, William 


Joseph Ross, Lieutenant 


Bradford, Abraham 


Oxton, William 


Isaac Orbeton, Ensign 


Bucklin, Mark 


Packaril, James 




Clough, David 


Packard, Samuel 


John Packard, Sergeant 


George, John 


Post, Stephen 


Daniel Packard, Sergeant 


Harkness, William 


Simmons, George 


James Andrews, Sergeant 


Hathorn, James 


Waterman, Joseph 


John Fiske, Corporal 


Johnston, George 




Crowel Jones, Corporal 


Jones, Benjamin 




Henry Waterman, Musician 


Keen, Daniel 





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Capt. J. Weed's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 

From Nov. 2 to Nov. 7, 1.S14. Raised at Hope. Serviec at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 
.James Weed, Captain 
William Hewctt, Lieutenant 
Boyce Crane, Ensign 

Asa Payson, Sergeant 
Nathan Kendal, Sergeant 
Reuben Safford, Sergeant 
John Bartlett, Corporal 
James Tolman, Corporal 

Privates. 
Athan, John 
Blood, Abel 
Bowly, Ephraim, Jr. 
Bowly, George 
Conant, Abraham 



Copeland, Nathaniel 
Cox, John 
Crabtree, David 
Crabtree, Samuel 
Fiske, Abel 
Flagg, Isaac 
Harwood, Richard 
Haynes, William 
Hilt, Daniel 
Hilt, Philip 
Hobbs, Micah 
Jamison, Peter 
Jordan, James 
Kendal, Samuel 
Lassel, John 
Mattocks, James 
Mayson, Abraham 



Metcalf, Jesse 
Noyes, Nathaniel 
Pendleton, Alexander 
Richards, Dodipher 
Richards, Pearl 
Simmons, George 
Smith, Joseph 
Stephenson, Francis 
Stimson, Nathaniel 
Sweetland, James 
Webster, Thomas 
Whitcomb, Ebenezer, Jr. 
Whitcomb, Ira 
Whitcomb, John 
Wingate, Simon 



Capt. N. Payson's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 

From Nov. 3 to Nov. 7, ISU. Raised at Hope. Service at Camden. 



R.\NK AND Name. 


Brvant, William 


Newlet, John, Jr. 


Noah Payson, Captain 


Clark, Joseph, Jr. 


Payson, Eplu-aim 




Davis, William 


Pease, Nathan, Jr. 


John Fuller, Sergeant 


Gowen, John 


Richards, Robert 


Benjamin Simmons, Sergeant 


Graham, John 


Ripley, Aaron 


Peabody Simmons, Sergeant 


Humphrey, John 


Ripley, Abraham 


Shubal M. Pease, Corporal 


Irish, Levi 


Ripley, Peter 


Archelaus Ripley, Corporal 


Jacobs, McCowan 


Roakes, James 


Thomas Ripley, Corporal 


Jones, Thomas, Jr. 


Robinson, George 


Barrett Mcrservey, Corporal 


Kating, John 


Simmons, Jedediah 


Daniel Lincoln, Musician 


Keen, Robert M. 


Sprague, Noah 




Kinsel, John 


Suckforth or Luckforth, Robert 


Privates. 


Maxfield, William M. 


Summer, Samuel 


Arnold, John 


McLain, Alexander 


Thomson, John 


Bryant, Hemy 


Meservey, John 





Maj. A. G. Coombs' Battalion and Staff, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 

From Sept. 21 to Sept. 27, 1814. Service at Thomaston. 



Rank and Name. 
A. G. Coombs, Major, Thomaston 
James W. Blackington, Quartermaster 
Enoch Lovejoy, Surgeon's Mate 



Capt. George Coombs' Company, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 

From Sept. 3 to Sept. 9, INll. Raised at Tlioniaston. Service at Camden and Thomaston. 



Rank and Name. 


Nathan Pilsbury, Corporal 


Bradbury, Wyman 


George Coomlis, Captain 


Joseph Bridges, Corporal 


Bridges, Kingsbury 


Asa Crockett, Lieutenant 


Ephraim McLean, Corporal 


Brown, Isaac 


Ralph Chapman, Ensign 


Leonard Wade, Corporal 


Bunker, Isaac 




Benjamin Dean, Musician 


Carney, James 


John Keating, Sergeant 




Coombs, Abizer 


Joseph Sa^^Avard, Sergeant 


Privates. 


Dean, William 


Benjamin Packard, Sergeant 


Bartlett, Knot 


Dyer, Charles 


Thomas Bartlett, Sergeant 


Bartlett, Richard 


Emery, Jonah 



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Capt. George Coombs' Company, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Jordan, Eben 


Sayward, James 


Everett, Da\ad 


Jumper, Joseph 


Sherman, Nathan, Jr. 


Graffan, Jacob 


Lindsey, John 


Simonton, John 


Gray, Leverett 


Lovett, Ephraim 


Simonton, John, 2d 


Hall, Anthony 


McCalister, Joseph 


Sleeper, Jere 


Hambelly, Thomas 


McLenan, George 


Sleeper, Jesse 


Haskell, John 


Packard, Da\dd 


Small, Jonathan 


Haskell, Thomas 


Packard, Isaac 


Snow, Ambrose 


Herd, Oliver 


Perry, David 


Snow, Israel 


Herd, Robert 


Phillirook, Jeremiah 


Snow, William 


Hix, Samuel 


Pierce, Bezzilla 


Thomas, Eben 


Ingraham, Barnard 


Pilsbury, John 


Williams, Benjamin, Jr. 


Ingraham, Coit 


PilsbvuT, Joseph, Jr. 


Williams, Jonathan 


Ingraham, Isaac 


Pilsbury, Nathaniel 


Williams, Peter 


Ingraham, John 


Post, Enoch 


Witham, Benjamin 


Ingraham, Josiah, 3d 


Post, Ezekiel 




Jameson, John 


Post, Zachariah 





Capt. G. Coombs' Company, Lieut. Col. E. Foot*s Regiment. 

From Sept. 20 to Sept. 25, 1814. Raided at Thomaston. Service at Camden and Thomaston. 



Rank and Name. 


Dean, William 


Munroe, William 


George Coombs, Captain 


Dyer, Charles 


Packard, Isaac 


Asa Crockett, Lieutenant 


Eastman, John 


Paul, James 


Ralph Chapman, Ensign 


Emery, John 


Pilsbury, John 




Emery, Josiah 


Pilsbury, Joseph, Jr. 


Benjamin Packard, Jr., Sergeant 


Everett, David 


Post, Enoch 


Joseph Sayward, Sergeant 


Haskell, John 


Post, Ezekiel 


Thomas Bartlett, Sergeant 


Haskell, Thomas 


Sayward, James 


Nathan Pilsbury, Sergeant 


Herd, Moses 


Sherman, Nathan, Jr. 


Joseph Bridges, Corporal 


Herd, Robert 


Simonton, John 


E])hraim McLenan, Corporal 


Hix, Samuel 


Sleeper, Jerry 


David Perry, Corporal 


Ingraham, Barnard 


Sleeper, Jesse 


Benjamin Dean, Corporal 


Ingi'aham, Coit 


Snow, Ambrose 


Isaac Brewer, Musician 


Ingraham, Isaac 


Snow, Israel 




Ingraham, John 


Snow, William 


Privates. 


Ingraham, Josiah 


Stackpole, 


Amberry, Thomas H. 


Jumper, Joseph 


Thompson, Eben 


Bartlett, Richard 


Kellock, Joseph 


Wade, Leonard 


Bradbury, Wyman 


Linsey, John 


Williams, Benjamin 


Bridges, Ivingsbury 


Lovett, Eplu'aim 


Williams, Jonathan 


Bunker, Isaac 


Lowell or Lovell, Archibald C. 


Williams, Peter 


Carney, James 


McAllister, Joseph 


Witham, Jerre 


Coombs, Abizer 


Merriman, Nathaniel 





Capt. E. Spear's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 

From Sept. 3 to Sept. 9, 1814. Raised at Thomaston. 



Rank and Name. 
Elkhanah Spear, Captain 
Solomon Dwight, Lieutenant 
Jeremiah Berry, Ensign 

Aaron Austin, Sergeant 
Elisha Fales, Sergeant 
Iddo Kimbel, Sergeant 
Richard Smith, Sergeant 
Ensebins Fales, Corporal 
George Lindsey, Corporal 



John LTlmer, Corporal 
Joel Blood, Corporal 
John Jenks, Corporal 
James Spear, Corporal 

Privates. 
Achorn, John 
Achorn, Michel 
.4chorn, Philip 
Blackington, Benjamin 
Brewster, Benjamin 



Butler, Briggs 
Butler, George 
Butler, George, 2d 
Champus, John D. 
Crockett, David, Jr. 
Crockett, Knot 
Crockett, Oliver 
Crockett, Robert 
Crockett, Thomas 
Cutler, Abner 
Edmunds, Walter 



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Capt. E. Spear's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Kenniston, Theodore 




Shearer, Reuben 


Fales, Alwood 


Kilsa, William 




Shiblcs, Simon 


Centner, Benjamin 


Lincoln, Isaac W. 




Simonton, Abraham 


Centner, David 


Mankin, Andrew 




Spear, Rufus 


Gibbs, Daniel 


Maiming, Sylvester 




Stevens, Ceorge W. 


Cilchrist, Joseph L. 


Miner, Robert 




Stevens, Nathaniel 


Harden, Freeman 


Mitchell, Stuben 




Tohnan, Joseph 


Hasty, Josepli 


Mobbins or Robljins, 


Arunah 


Tolman, Shepherd 


Havener, Joseph 


Mobljins or Robbins, 


Isaac C. 


Ulmer, Andrew 


Healey, James H. 


Mobbins or Robbins, 


Shepherd 


Washburn, Job 


Healv, Tildton 


Morse, James 




Whitnev, Calvin 


Ivry, Elijah 


Mossman, William 




Whitney, Hains 


Jameson, Paul 


Munroe, ^lartin 




Willes, Preserved 


* Jenks, Henry 


O'Brian, John, Jr. 




Williamson, Samuel S. 


Kellock, Moses 


Palmer, Daniel 






Kenniston, Henry 


Partridge, James 







Capt. E. Spear's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 

From Sept. 22 to Sept. 23, 1814. Service at Thomaston. 



Rank and Name. 


Crockett, David 


Mossman, William 


Elkanah Spear, Captain, absent 


Crockett, Oliver 


Obrian, John 


Solomon Dwight, Lieutenant, in com- 


Crockett, Thomas 


Palmer, Daniel 


mand 


Cutler, Abner 


Partridge, James 


Jeremiah Berry, Ensign 


Edmunds, Walter 


Rivers, Robert 




Fales, Nathaniel, Jr. 


Robbins, Arunah 


Aaron Austin, Sergeant 


Centner, Benjamin 


Robbins, Isaac C. 


Elisha Fales, Sergeant 


Gibbs, Daniel 


Robliins, Shepard 


Iddo Kimball, Sergeant 


Gilchrist, Joseph L. 


Simonton, Abraham 


Richard Smith, Sergeant 


Harden, Freeman 


Stevens, George W. 


Ensebins Fales, Corporal 


Havener, Joseph 


Stevens, Nathaniel 


John Ulmer, Corporal 


Healy, Tildston 


Tolman, Joseph 


Joel Blood, Corporal 


Ingraham, Joseph 


Tolman, Shepard 


James Spear, Corporal 


Jenkins, Henry 


Torry, Elijah 




Kellock, Moses 


Tucker, Benjamin 


Privates. 


Kenniston, Tlieodore 


Twichel, Josiah 


Achorn, John 


KiUsa, William 


Ulmer, Andrew 


Achorn, Philip 


Kinniston, Henry 


Washburn, Job 


Batles, Briggs 


Manning, Sylvester 


Whitney, Calvin 


Blackinton, Benjamin 


Mero, Martin 


Wiitnev, Hains 


Brewster, Benjamin 


Mitchel, Stuben 




Cogswell, Stephen 


Morse, James 





Lieut. S. Dwight's Company, Lieut. CoL E. Foot's Regiment. 

From June 22 to June 27, 1S14. Raised at Thomaston. Service at Tliomaston. 



Rank and Name. 


Butler, Levi 


Palmer, Daniel 


Solomon Dwight, Lieutenant 


Cogswell, Stephen 


Prine, John 0. 


Jeremiah Berry, Ensign 


Foles or Fales, Asa 


Robbins, Avery 




Foles or Fales, Atwood 


Robbins, Isaac C. 


Aaron Au.stin, Sergeant 


Foles or Fales, Nathaniel 


Robbins, Shepard 


Elisha Foles, Sergeant 


Gibbs, Daniel 


Shibles, Simon 


Joel Blood, Corporal 


*■ Jenks, Henry 


Stevens, George W. 


Ensebins Foles or Fales, Corporal 


•' Jenks, John 


Stevens, Nathaniel B. 




Kinneston, Theodore 


Tucker, Benjamin 


Privates. 


Lincoln, Isaac W. 


Welch, William 


ButJer, Briggs 


Mitchell, Stuben 


Whitney, Hanes 


Butler, George 


Munroe, James 




Butler, Leonard B. 


Munroe, Martin 





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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. T. Kenney's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 

From Sept. 3 to Sept. 9, and Nov. 2 to Nov. 5, 1S14. Raised at St. George. Service at Thomaston. 



R.\NK AND Name. 


Foster, Richard 


Long, Michel 


Thomas Kenney, Captain 


Fountaine, Bai'na 


Marshall, John 


John Watts, Lieutenant 


Gilchrist, Alexander 


Martin, Thomas 


WiUiam Watts, Ensign 


Gilchrist, Robert 


Mathews, Daniel 




Gilchrist, Saul 


McMurphy, Robert 


John Robinson, Sergeant 


Hall, Archibald 


Mills, James 


John Montgomery, Sergeant 


Hall, Isaac 


Norwood, Isaac 


James Linekin, Sergeant 


Hall, Peter 


Norwood, Jacob 


John Leeds, Sergeant 


Hall, Samuel 


Reeves, Richard 


WilUam Kellock, Corporal 


Hanly, Henry 


Robinson, Andrew 


Saul Norwood, Corporal 


Harris, James 


Robinson, Ejihraim 


Luther Bryant, Corporal 


Hart, Ephraim 


Seavery, Nathaniel 


David Wall, Corporal 


Hart, Samuel 


Seavey, Daniel 


Joseph Robinson, Musician 


Hart, William 


Smalley, Archelaus 




Haskell, Charles 


Smalley, Isaac 


Privates. 


Hawes, Robert 


Stover, Caleb 


Allen, John 


Henderson, Joseph 


Sweetland, James 


Bickmore, Benjamin 


Hupper, William 


Wall, Ephraim 


Chaples, John 


Jones, Samuel 


Watts, George 


Clark, John 


Jones, William 


Watts, Moses 


Clark, William 


Kellock, Haunce 


Wheeler, David 


Colby, Thomas 


Kellock, John 


Wiley, Adam 


Fogerty, Dennis 


Kellock, John, 2d 


Wilson, William 


Foster, Francis 


Kiff, Ephraim 




Foster, Jeremiah 


Linekin, Benjamin 





Capt. T. Kenney's Detachment, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 

From July 21 to Aug. 10, 1!S14. Raised at St. George. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 
Thomas Kenney, Captain 

John Robinson, Sergeant 
John Leeds, Sergeant 



Privates. 
Bickmore, Benjamin 
Clark, William C. 
Gilchrist, Alexander 
Hall, Isaac 
Hall, Samuel 



Harris, James 
Hathorn, Alexander 
Jones, John 
Kellock, Matthew 
Smalley, Isaac 



Capt. T. Kenney's Detached Company, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 

From Oct. 1 to Nov. 9, 1S14. Raised at St. George. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Cutler, Abner 


Kellock, Hance 


Thomas Kenney, Captain 


Dean, Benjamin 


Kellock, Joseph 


Solomon Dwight, Lieutenant 


Dean, Israel 


Kellock, Moses 


Ralph Chapman, Ensign 


Dean, Jonas 


Killser, William 




Dyer, Charles 


Kinneston, Henry 


John Montgomery, Sergeant 


Eastman, John 


Kinneston, Theodore 


Elisha Fales, Sergeant 


Edwards, Walter 


Lehorn, John 


Iddo Kimball, Sergeant 


Emery, John 


Lovett, Ephraim 


Thomas Bartlett, Sergeant 


Foster, Francis 


Lovett, Jordan 


Nathan Pilslun-y, Jr., Corporal 


Fuller, James 


Lowell, Archibald C. 


William Kellock, Corporal 


Gilchrist, Alexander 


Manning, Sylvester 


John Ulmer, Jr., Corporal 


tiilchrist, Samuel 


McKellock, Archibald 


David Perry, Corporal 


Hall, Archibald 


McMurph-s', HiMiry H. 




Harlow, Freeman 


McMurphv, Robert 


Prifaies. 


Hart, John, 3d 


Mills, James 


Blackinton, Benjamin 


Henderson, William 


Moore, James 


Brown, Isaac 


Herd, Robert 


Munroe, William 


Butler, Briggs 


Ingraham, Coit 


Packard, Isaac 


Clark, John, Jr. 


Ingi'aham, Isaac 


Pilsbury, John 


Coombs, Albion 


Ingraham, Joseph, Jr. 


Post, Ezekiel 


Crockett, David, Jr. 


Jones, Samuel 


Rankins, Andrew 



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Capt. T. Kenney's Detached Company, Lieut. CoL E. Foot's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates - 


- Concluded. 


Shiblcs, Simon 


Trafton, Jacob 


Rivers, Robert- 




Simonton, John, Jr. 


Ulmer, Henry 


Robins, Shepherd 




Smally, Joshua 


Wall, Ephraim 


Robinson, Andrew 




Snow, William 


Wheeler, David 


Say ward, James 




Stevens, Cieorge W. 


Whitney, Haynes 


Seavev, Nathaniel 




Thompson, Ebenezer 


Young, James 


Sherman, Nathan, 


Jr. 


Torry, Elijah 


Young, William 



Lieut. E. Hanford's Detachment, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 

From Aug. 8 to Aug. 19, 1814. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Calderwood, Ezekiel 


Molineax, John 


Edward Hanford, Lieutenant 


Crocker, James 


Noyes, Daniel 




Crocker, Thomas 


Ogier, Roliert 


Benjamin Packard, Jr., Sergeant 


Dver, Charles 


Oxton, William 


Tilson Healy, Musician 


Gibbs, Samuel 


Richards, Asa 




Hall, Frve 


Ripley, Peter 


Privates. 


Ha.skell, Charles 


Spear, Rufus 


Bradford, Joseph 


Jamerson, Paul 


Sweetland, James 


Bridges, Kingsbury 


Luckforth, Robert 


Wheeler, David 



Lieut. E. Hanford's Guard, Lieut. CoL E. Foot's Regiment. 

From Sept. 21 to Sept. 23, 1S14. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Pri 


vates. 


Tyler, Coburn 


Edward Hanford, Lieutenant 


Blake, William 




Tyler, Dudley 




Hosmer, Anthony 




Tyler, Saul 


Amos Foster, Sergeant 


Hunt, Simon 






John Harkness, Sergeant 


Mirick, Joseph 






Jesse Fay, Sergeant 


Ogier, Joseph 






Simeon Tvler, Jr., Corporal 


Sherman, Almarine 






J. W. Thorndike, Corporal 


Tyler, Abel 







Lieut. E. Hanford's Detachment, Lieut. CoL E. Foot's Regiment. 

From Nov. 3 to Nov. 9, 1S14. Ser\dce at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Start, Ebenezer 


Edward Hanford, Lieutenant 


Annis, John 


Tyler, Abel 


Arthur Pendleton, Ensign 


Gregory, Israel 
Gregory, William, 3d 


Tyler, Samuel 


William Brown, Sergeant 


Hodgman, Buckley 




John Harkness, Sergeant 


Hosmer, Anthony 




Simeon Tyler, Jr., Corporal 


Mirick, Joseph 




Ebenezer Thorndike, Corporal 


Richards, Asa 




Israel Thorndike, Musician 


Sartell, Amos 





Lieut. N. Brooks' Company, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 

From June 22 to June 23, 1S14. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 
Noah Brooks, Lieutenant 
Joseph Hall, Ensign 

Henry Pendleton, Sergeant 
Henry Bowers, Sergeant 
David King, Sergeant 


Josiah Herrington, Sergeant 
John Hewit, ilusician 
Nathan Barrett, Musician 

Privates. 
Annis, Robert 
Barnes, Abel 


Bovvers, John, Jr. 
Brackett, Jeremiah 
Brown, Paul 
Calderwood, Ezekiel 
Carle, James 
Carle, John 
Cloutman, John 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Lieut. N. Brooks' Company, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Hosmer, Charles 


Richards, Robert 


Cooper, Nicholas 


Hosmer, Josiah W. 


Robinson, Charles 


Cothrel, Robert 


Joslyn, Peter 


Rollins, David 


Curtis, James 


Lassel, Jeremiah 


Russell, Nathaniel 


Dillingham, Benjamin 


Lindsey, Alfred 


Russell, Samuel 


Dillingham, Josiah 


Mansfield, William 


Sargent, Leonard A. 


Gerry, Jesse 


McKeller, Isaac 


Tarr, John 


Hall, Frye 


Metcalf, Joseph 


Tarr, Nathaniel 


Herrington, James 


Molineax, John 


Thomas, Edward 


Higgins, Jonathan 


Morse, Isaac 


Ulmer, Martin 


Hilt, William 


Nicholson, John 


Wagg, James 


Hobbs, Ebenezer 


Ogier, Peter 


Wentworth, Tobias 


Hodgman, Job 


Ogier, Robert 


Wheeler, Jonas 


Hopkins, Charles 


Palmer, Nathaniel 


Wood, Zachariah 


Hopkins, Nathan 


Parker, Moses 


Young, John 


Hopkins, Richard 


Pike, Perley F. 





Lieut. N. Brooks' Company, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 

From June 24 to June 25, 1814. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Brown, James P. 


Nutt, William 


Noah Brooks, Lieutenant 


Calderwood, Ezekiel 


Ogier, Joseph 


Joseph Hall, Ensign 


Carle, James 


Ogier, Robert 




Carle, John 


Perry, Thomas 


Amos Foster, Sergeant 


Clough, David 


Robeson, Charles 


Henry Bowers, Sergeant 


Crosby, Ephraim G. 


Ross, Stephen 


Josiah Herrington, Sergeant 


George, John 


Sargent, Leonard A. 


John Packard, Sergeant 


Gregory, Israel 


Smith, Abiathar 


Robert Bucklin, Musician 


Gregory, William 


Tarr, John 


Saul Packard, Musician 


Harkness, William 


Tarr, Nathaniel 




Herrington, James 


Thomas, Edward 


Privates. 


Hcwit, Waterman 


Thorndike, J. W. 


Barnes, Abel 


Hilt, William 


Tyler, Simeon 


Barrett, Nathan 


Hodgman, Job 


Waterman, Henry 


Becket, Jeremiah 


Hosmer, Anthony 


Wood, Zachariah 


Bradford, Abraham 


Keene, Elisha ' 





Lieut. N. Brooks' Company, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 

From Sept. 21 to Sept. 23, 1814. Service .at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Carle, John 


Lindsey, Alfred 


Noah Brooks, Lieutenant 


Cloutman, John 


McKeller, Isaac 




Cooper, Nicholas 


Metcalf, James 


Henry Bowers, Sergeant 


Curtis, James 


Molineax, John 


David King, Sergeant 


Dean, Saul 


Morse, Isaac 


Josiah Herrington, Sergeant 


Heal, Peter 


Richards, Robert 


Josiah Dillingham, Jr., Corporal 


Herrington, James 


Robison, Charles 


Samuel Tarr, Corporal 


Higgins, Jonathan 


Rollins, David 


Perly F. Pike, Corporal 


Hilt, Freeman 


Sargent, Leonard A. 


Zacheus Wood, Corporal 


Hilt, William 


Simonton, John 


Nathan Barrett, Musician 


Hobbs, Ebenezer 


Thomas, Edward 




Hopkins, Charles 


Wagg, James 


Privates. 


Hopkins, Nathan 


Wentworth, Tobias 


Annis, Robert 


Hopkins, Richard 


Wheeler, Jonas 


Barnes, Abel 


Hosmer, Charles 




Barrett, Daniel, Jr. 


Kent, Ezekiel 





MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1S12. 



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Ensign J. Hall's Detachment, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 

From June 25 to June 30, 1814. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Parkman, William 


Jcseph Hall, Ensign 


Corthel, Robert 




Perry, Oaks 




Dillingham, Benjamin 


P. 


Pike, Perley F. 


Henry Bowers, Sergeant 


Hosmer, .Josiah W. 




Russell, Samuel, Jr. 


Josiah Harrington, Sergeant 


Martin, Nathaniel 




Sartel, Amos 


Henry Pendleton, Sergeant 


Nicholson, John 




Wagg, James 


John Hewett, Musician 


Ogier, Peter 




Wilson, Leonard 


Nathan Barrett, Musician 


Palmer, Nathaniel 






Andrew Ogier, Musician 


Parker, Moses 


 





Ensign J. Hall's Detachment, Lieut. Col. E. Foot's Regiment. 

From July 1 to July 30, 1S14. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Bucklin, Jonas 


Mirick, Joseph 


Joseph Hall, Ensign 


Hopkins, Charles 


Ogier, Abraham 




Hopkins, Richard 


Richards, Dodipher 


Henry Bowers, Sergeant 


Keen, Daniel 


Richards, Pearl 


Stephen Barrows, Musician 


Keen, Robert S. 


Simmons, Oliver 




Kendal, Samuel 


Sumner, Samuel 


Privates. 


Lincoln, Peleg 


Waterman, Joseph, Jr. 


Annis, Robert 


Lindsey, lehabod 


Wentworth, Tobias 


Arnold, John 


Mansfield, WiUiam 


Wheeler, Jonas 



Lieut. Col. J. E. Foxcroft's Regiment. 

From Sept. lU to Sept. 24, 1814. Service at Portland. 



Field and Staff. 


Samuel Laurence, Quartermaster, North 


Noncommissioned Staff. 


Joseph E. Foxcroft, Lieutenant Colonel, 


Yarmouth 


Saul Cushman, Sergeant Major 


New Gloucester 


William Bridgham, Surgeon, New 


Benjamin Mayberry, Quartermaster Ser- 


Seth Mitchell, Major, North Yarmouth 


Gloucester 


geant 


John Perley, Major, Bridgton 


Gad Hitchcock, Surgeon's Mate, North 




William Bradbury, Adjutant, New 


Yarmouth 




Gloucester 







Capt. E. Brewer's Company, Lieut. Col. J. E. Foxcroft's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Sept. 24, 1S14. Raised at Brewer and Freeport. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Curtis, James 


Noyes, John 


Edward Brewer, Captain 


Curtis, Samuel 


Osgood, Silas 


James Brewer, Lieutenant 


Curtis, Stephen 


Paine, Charles 


John Laurence, Ensign 


Davis, Saul 


Rice, Calvin 




Dennison, Caleb 


Rice, Rufus 


John Dennison, Sergeant 


Deven, Francis 


Richardson, Joseph 


Thomas R. Dellingham, Sergeant 


Fitz, Richard 


Rogers, John 


Rufus Gushing, Sergeant 


Fogg, Abel 


Sanborn, Paul 


Simeon Jones, Sergeant 


Fogg, Saul 


Small, Daniel 


Gideon Edes, Corporal 


Grant, Watts 


Soule, Barnabas 


Timothy Soule, Corporal 


Holbrook, Reuben 


Soule, Cornelius 


Theodore Curtis, Corporal 


Jordan, William 


Soule, Daniel 


George Anderson, Corporal 


Kilbv, Thomas 


Soule, Emory 


George Hicks, Musician 


Knight, Abner 


Soule, Isaac 




Libbey, Josiah 


Soule, James 


Privates. 


Lincoln, Daniel 


Soule, Jo.seph E. 


Allen, Paul 


Mann, Andrew 


Staples, David 


Bartol, Samuel 


Marston, Daniel 


Sylvester, Abner, Jr. 


Bennet, Andrew H. 


McGray, Samuel 


Talbot, Simeon 


Blackstone, Samuel 


McKenney, Jedediah 


Thoyts, Simeon 


Brown, Samuel 


Merrill, Edward 


Townsend, William 


Caryer, Isaac 


Mitchell, Ammi 


Tukesburv, Benjamin 


Chandler, Joel 


Mitchell, Edward 


Tuttle, William 


Chandler, William 


Mitchell, Joel 


Ward, Nehemiah 


Clark, Francis 


Mitchell, Nathaniel 


Webster, Benjamin 


Coffin, Thomas 


Mitchell, Robert 


Witherspoon, Robert 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. E. Cobb's Company, Lieut. CoL J. E. Foxcroft's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Sept. 24, 1814. Raised at Gray. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Frank, James, Jr. 


Perley, Isaac 


Ebenezer Cobb, Captain 


Gibbs, Ezra, Jr. 


Plummer, Elliot 


William Coff, Lieutenant 


Gillson, Alexander 


Skilling, Edward, Jr. 




Harmon, Elias 


Skillings, Joseph 


Nicholas Low, Jr., Sergeant 


Haskell, Daniel 


Skinner, Peter 


Robert Starbird, Sergeant 


Hunt, David, Jr. 


Small, Daniel 


Josiah Frank, Sergeant 


Hunt, Israel 


Small, Levi 


Joseph Scribner, Sergeant 


King, Adverdas 


Small, Simeon 


Samuel Skillings, Corporal 


Laurence, Ephraim 


Smith, Benjamin 


Samuel Ramsdel, Corporal 


Libliey, Andrew 


Smith, James 


John Dolly, Corporal 


Libbey, Benjamin 


Staples, Josiah 


William Webl), Corporal 


Libbcy, James 


Starbird, William 


Ezekiel Craguo, Musician 


Libbey, Jedediah 


Stiles, Stephen 




Libtiey, Jedediah C. 


Strout, Ebenezer 


Privates. 


Libbey, Joab 


Strout, Saul 


Adams, Robert 


Libbey, William 


Thayer, Stephen 


Cole, George 


Maybury, Foster 


Thurlo, Richard 


Cummings, Joseph 


Maybury, Jordan 


Tinny, Henry 


Davis, Gideon 


McDonald, Charles 


Ward, Jonathan 


Doe, Charles 


Mitchell, Job 


Webster, Thomas 


Dunn, Daniel 


Morse, Benjamin 


Weeks, Isaac 


Elder, Morrill 


Muchmore, John 


Weeks, Joseph 


Fletcher, Zachariah 


Mumfad, Edmund 


Weston, John 


Foster, Moses 


Pennel, James 


Wevmouth, John S. 


Foster, Saul 


Pennel, Thomas 


White, Horatio 


Frank, Alplio 


Perley, Abraham 





Capt. S. Fessenden's Company, Lieut. Col. J. E. Foxcroft's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Sept. 24, 1814. Raised at New Gloucester. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Col)b, Silvanus, Jr. 


Morton, Simon 


Samuel Fessenden, Captain 


Davis, Elias 


Nevens, Hugh 


Moses Rowe, Lieutenant 


Davis, John 


Nevens, Robert 


Nathan Knight, Ensign 


Davis, Lane 


Pierce, Daniel 




Dyer, Benjamin 


Plummer, Edward 


William Tarbox, Sergeant 


Eveleth, Moses 


Prince, Isaac 


Jonathan True, Sergeant 


Eveleth, Perkins 


Rowe, Jonathan 


John Witham, Sergeant 


Finsome, Thomas 


Rowe, Joshua 


Joseph T. Parson, Sergeant 


Glass, Ezekiel 


Rowe, Saul 


Jonathan Chase, Jr., Corporal 


Godding, Andrew R., Jr. 


Rowe, Zebulon 


William Stockman, Corporal 


Grover, Jonathan 


Royal, Samuel 


Charles P. McKenney, Corporal 


Harmon, Robert 


Saur, Moses 


Josiah Davis, Corporal 


Haskell, Charles C. 


Soule, Robert 


James Tyler, Musician 


Haskell, James 


Starbird, Robert 


Osgood Bradbury, Musician 


Haskell, William 


Tufts, John, Jr. 




Hodge, David 


Tyler, Isaac 


Privates. 


Hollis, Solomon 


Tyler, Simeon 


Allen, David 


Jackson, Lemuel 


Vickery, Nathaniel 


Allen, Joshua C. 


Jones, Joel 


Vosmus, Isaac 


Barron, John 


Jordan, James, Jr. 


Walker, James P. 


Bearce, Oliver 


Kingman, William 


Waterhouse, Zebulon 


Bradbury, John 


Lane, Josiah 


Winslow, Philip 


Brooks, John 


McKenney, Jonathan 


Witham, Aaron 


Chase, Moses 


Merrill, Giles 


Witham, William C. 


Clark, Joseph 


Mitchell, Israel 


Woodbury, Philemon 


Cobb, Chandler 


Morgan, John 


Woodward, Davis 



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Capt. N. Gould's Company, Lieut. Col. J. E. Foxcroft's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Sept. 24, 1814. Raised at Windham. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 
Nathan Gould, Captain 
Noah S. Santer, Lieutenant 
William Legrove, Ensign 

Elias Baker, Sergeant 
Nathaniel Knight, Sergeant 
John Crague, Jr., Sergeant 
Jesse Brown, Sergeant 
Benjamin Baker, Corporal 
Isaac Powers, Corporal 
Ezra Anderson, Corporal 
Elijah Long, Corporal 
Levi Merrill, Musician 

Privates. 
Anderson, Abraham 
Anthoyn, John 
Austin, Jonah, Jr. 
Austin, William 
Bodge, John 
Bolt en, Daniel 
Bolten, Saul 
Bracket, Anthony 
Brown, Ephraim, Jr. 
Brown, James 



Brown, John 
Brown, Joseph 
Coblj, Philip 
Crague, James 
Crague, Josiah 
Crocket, Joseph 
Crocket, Mark 
Davis, Benjamin 
Delly, Joseph E. 
Freeman, Jonathan 
French, John 
Goodall, John, Jr. 
Gookl, Abner 
Gould, Jonathan 
Graffam, Caleb 
Hamblin, Samuel 
Hanscomb, Aaron 
Hanscomb, Nathan 
Haynes, Timothy 
Hearsey, Isaac 
Hodsdon, Israel, Jr. 
Hunewell, Nathaniel 
Jackson, Francis 
Jordan, Benjamin 
Jordan, Roger, Jr. 
Knight, Daniel 



Knight, John, Jr. 

Knight, Peter 
Lamli, Richard 
Leighton, Thomas 
Lombard, James 
Lovell, John 
Low, Justus 
Lunt, John 
Manchester, Stephen 
Maybury, Francis 
Maybiny, Oliver 
Maybury, Roliert M. 
Maybury, Thomas 
Morrell, Benjamin 
Mugford, Ezra 
Pettingill, Jacob 
Proctor, David 
Rogers, Joshua 
Skillings, John 
Smith, Ebenezer 
Stephens, Thomas 
Waterhouse, Daniel 
Whitmore, Benjamin 
Wier, Robert 
Worthington, William 
Young, William 



Capt. A. Ingalls' Company, Lieut. Col. J. E. Foxcroft's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 24, 1814. Raised at Bridgton. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Dutch, George 


Noble, Joseph 


Asa Ingalls, Captain 


Edwards, Caleb 


Packard, Ephraim 


Isaiah Ingalls, Lieutenant 


Emmerson, Mirick 


Paul, William 


Joseph Mcintosh, Ensign 


Emmerson, Nathaniel 


Perley, Daniel 




Emmerson, Seth 


Perley, Saul 


James Flint, Sergeant 


Flint, Farman 


Pike, Jacob 


Theodore Emerson, Sergeant 


Fogg, Joseph 


Ross, Jonathan 


Ahira Sampson, Sergeant 


Garner, Richard 


Sanborn, Benjamin 


Oliver Sjiurr, Sergeant 


Gibbs, Jesse 


Sawyer, Levi 


Simeon Havwood, Corporal 


Goodhue, Manassah 


Scribner, Harvey 


Seth Oarsley or Carsley, Corporal 


Hale, Nathaniel, Jr. 


ScrilMier, Jonathan 


Edward Stanley, Corporal 


Harmon, Leander 


Scribner, Joseph 


Samuel Anderson, Corporal 


Ingalls, Spofford 


Smith, Abiel 


Saul Knight, Musician 


Jordan, David 


Smith, Silas 


Stephen Beeman, Musician 


Jordan, Saul 


Staples, James 




Knight, Apollus 


Stevens, Jonathan 


Privates. 


Leach, James 


Stewart, Joseph 


Bracket, Enoch 


Libbey, Thomas 


Stewart, Solomon 


Bracket, William 


Lombard, Richard 


Stiles, Enoch 


Bray, Edward 


Maybiu'v, Harvey 


Stiles, Jacob 


Butler, Samuel 


Millet, .John 


Thompson, Nathaniel 


Carslev, William C. 


Morse, Calvin 


Trafton, Joshua 


Chadborn, James 


Morse, John 


West, Thomas 


Currill, David 


Newcomb, Elisha 


Weston, James 


Douglass, John 


Noble, John 


Weymouth, Stephen 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. J. Kilborn's Company, Lieut. Col. J. E. Fozcroft's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Sept. 24, 1S14. Raised at Bridgton. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Burnall, William 


Oliver, John 


John Kilborn, Captain 


Burns, William 


Porter, Tyler 


Thomas Perley, Lieutenant 


Caswell, Libbeus 


Riggs, William S. 


Saul Richardson, Ensign 


Chace, John 


Ripley, Joseph 




Dearing, Saul 


Ripley, Thomas 


Jeremiah Hall, Sergeant 


Dresser, Elijah 


Robison, Eli 


Richard Larabee, Sergeant 


Dyke, Samuel 


Robison, Joseph 


Eleazer Mans or Mars, Sergeant 


Edwards, Nathaniel, Jr. 


Rounds, John 


Joseph Brown, Sergeant 


Fitch, George 


Rowe, Daniel 


Nathaniel Martin, Corporal 


Goold, James 


Sanborn, Daniel, Jr. 


Thomas Burnell, Corporal 


Gratfam, Peter 


Sanborn, David, Jr. 


Mathew Dodge, Corporal 


Gray, James, Jr. 


Sawyer, Joseph 


Jonathan Dodge, Corporal 


Green, Jonathan 


Stone, William 


Jesse Vlezie, Musician 


Griffin, Simon 


Tappin, Luther 


Josiah C. Earline, Musician 


IngalLs, Saul, 3d 


Thorns, Benjamin 




Johnson, Asa, Jr. 


Thorns, John 


Privates. 


Jordan, Curtis 


Trott, John 


Andrews, Samuel 


Jordan, George 


Watchman, Ebenezer 


Bennet, Jeremiah 


Leavit, Josiah 


Webb, William 


Black, Saul 


Lord, Abraham 


Whitney, George W. 


Brigham, Aaron 


Martin, David 


Whitten, Daniel 


Brigham, Daniel 


Martin, John 


Wiggins, John 


Broadstreet, David 


McKenneson, William 


Wiggins, Samuel 


Brown, David 


Milliken, Benjamin 


Wilson, Ephraim 


Brown, Levi 


MiUiken, Ezekiel 


Woodman, Samuel 


Brown, Reuben, Jr. 


Morrell, Jonathan 


Woodson, Abijah 


Bucknell, John, Jr. 


Muffitt, Aquila 





Capt. D. Mitchell's Company, Lieut. Col. J. E. Foxcroft's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Sept. 24, 1S14. Raised at Yarmouth. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Delano, Benjamin 


Ring, Martin 


Daniel Mitchell, Captain 


Delant, Ezekiel 


Royal, Winthrop 


Amasa Baker, Lieutenant 


Dennison, Ammi 


Sawyer, Enos 


Benjamin Herrick, Ensign 


Drinkwater, John R. 


Shaw, David 




Drinkwater, Tristram 


Skillings, Isaac 


Jeremiah Mitchell, Sergeant 


Favot, Jacob 


Skillings, James 


Jacob Blanchard, Sergeant 


Fogg, Benjamin 


Skillings, Reuben 


John Trus, Sergeant 


Gray, David 


Smith, William 


Nathaniel Bacon, Sergeant 


Griffin, Joseph 


Snell, John 


William Wescot, Sergeant 


Hall, Stephen 


Soule, Benjamin 


John Soule, Corporal 


Hall, Willard 


Soule, Isaac 


Cusliing Prince, Jr., Corporal 


Jordan, Ebenezer 


Soule, Samuel 


Reuben Brewer, 3d, Corporal 


Kelly, John 


Staples, Daniel, Jr. 


John M. Russell, Corporal 


Lambert, Seth 


Swasey, Ambrose 


Phineas Soule, Musician 


Lang, Levi 


Sweetser, Levi 


Asa Bishop, Musician 


Leighton, William 


Sweetser, Salathiel 




Lincoln, Gershon 


Sweetser, Saul 


Privates. 


Lord, Joseph 


Talbot, Bailey 


Allen, Elisha 


Loring, Charles 


Taylor, William 


Allen, Isaac 


Lufkin, Seth S. 


Taylor, Zebulon 


Bachelder, Eplu'aim 


Marston, Thomas 


Thompson, Edward, Jr. 


Bachelder, Rufus 


Mason, Thomas 


Thompson, William 


Beals, Saul 


Maxfield, Robert C. 


Titcomb, Bendiah, Jr. 


Blanchard, Cyrus 


Merrill, Saul 


Titcomb, Enoch 


Bosworth, David 


Meservey, John 


Tribou, Alpha 


Brackett, John 


Mitchell, Daniel, Jr. 


Whitcomb, John 


Brewer, James, Jr. 


Mitchell, Timothy 


Whitehousc, John 


Buxton, Joseph 


Newbegin, John 


Whitney, James 


Clough, John 


Porter, Benjamin 


Winslow, Jacob 


Collins, Joseph W. 


Reed, Daniel 


Wynian, Lemuel 


Corliss, Ebenezer, Jr. 


Reed, Reuben 


Young, John 



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Capt. M. Woodman's Company, Lieut. Col. J. E. Poxcroft's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Sept. 24, 1S14. Raised at New Gloucester. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Bennet, Moses 


Merrill, Jeremiah 




Moses Woodman, Captain 


Bennet, Noah 


Mury, Benjamin 




Amos Toms, Lieutenant 


Blake, Ephraim 


Nash, John 




John Webber, Ensign 


Bray, Aaron 


Nute, Saul 






Bray, Benjamin 


Pierce, David 




James Dunn, Sergeant 


Bray, Nathaniel 


Pierce, Samuel 




William Twomblv, Sergeant 


Cotton, Asa 


Pulsifcr, Jonathan 




David Mclntyre, Sergeant 


Davis, Benjamin 


Sawyer, Moses 




Josiah Dunn, 3d, Sergeant 


Davis, Gideon 


Sawyer, Reuben 




Jabez C'ushman, Corporal 


Davis, Timothy 


Snell, Job 




William Hammond, Corporal 


Davis, William 


Snell, Robert 




Ephraim Harris, Corporal 


Dennin, Peter 


Spilinger, Jeremiah 




Daniel Waterman, Corporal 


Eyelet h, David 


Staples, Frost 




Timothy Waterhouse, Musician 


Fogg, Saul 


Stenchfield, Ephraim 




Joseph Davis, Musician 


Foss, Shepherd 


Stenchfield, William 






Frazier, Joseph 


Stephens, Benjamin 


• 


Privates. 


Frazier, Thomas 


Strout, Nehemiah 


Acly, Saul 


Hacket, Elijah 


Tarlsox, Daniel 




Allen, William 


Harris, Enos 


Toby, Thomas H. 




Atwood, Isaac 


Haskell, John 


Varell, Jeremiah 




Bailey, Amos 


Hearsey, Levi 


Walker, John 




Bailey, John 


Jordan, Josiah 


Waters, John 




Bailey, Levi 


Keitli, Timothy 


Went worth, William 




Bailey, Reuben 


Lane, Nathaniel 


Whitham, Thomas 




Barton, William 


Lane, Nehemiah 


Whitney, Frost 




Bennet, Henry 


Mclntyre, Solomon 


Whorf, Nathaniel 





Gen. John Blake's Brigade, 3d Regiment, 2d Brigade, 10th Division. 

Service at HaniiKlcii. This regiment in battle at Hampden, Sept. 3, 1.S14. 



General Officer. 


Field and Staff. 


Andrew Tyler, Jr., Paymaster, Frankfort 


John Blake, Brigadier General, Bangor 


Andrew Grant, Lieutenant Colonel, 


Edmund Abbott, Surgeon's Mate, Frank- 




Hampden 


fort 




Joshua Chamberlin, Major, Orrington 


Enoch Mudge, Chaplain, Orrington 




Rufus Gilmore, Adjutant 






Ebenezer Brewer, Quartermaster, Or- 






rington 





Capt. Samuel Butman's Company, Lieut. Col. Andrew Grant's Regiment. 

From Aug. 31 to Sept. 3, liS14. Raised at Dixmont. Service at Hampden. Company in battle at Hampden. 



Rank and Name. 


Chase, Eliphalet 


Mitchell, Milby 


Samuel Butman, Captain 


Check, Moses 


Morse, Barnet 


Richard P. Clarkson, Lieutenant 


Cook, George 


Morse, George 


Frederick B. Butman, Ensign 


Cook, James 


Mudgett, Abraham 




Craige, George 


Mudgett, Edmund 


Edmund Wingate, Sergeant 


Dodge, Samuel 


Mudgett, Nathaniel 


John Shadman, Jr., Sergeant 


Emery, Joseph 


Pierce, David 


Lemuel Drake, Sergeant 


Ferrald, Edmund 


Pierce, Samuel 


Jonathan Ferguson, Sergeant 


Freeman, Timothy 


Porter, David 


William Ferguson, Sergeant 


Garland, John 


Porter, Tyler 


Nathaniel Nanscomb, Corporal 


Godfrey, Benjamin 


Smith, Elijah 


John Otldell, Corporal 


Goodhue, Ira 


Smith, John 


Simeon Obeon, Corporal 


Goodspeed, Reuben 


Staples, Richard 




Higgins, Samuel 


Taylor, Rowland 


Privates. 


Johnson, David 


Thurston, John 


Barker, Henry 


John.son, David, 2d 


Tucker, Ebenezer 


Barker, John 


Kuscot, Jeremiah W. 


Williams, Cornelius 


Barker, Stephen 


Merrell, James W. 


York, Joseph 


Basford, Jonathan 


Mitchell, Charles 


York, Stephen 


Basford, Joseph 


Mitchell, Christopher 




Buckman, John 


Mitchell, John 





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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. J. Patton's Company, Lieut. Col. Andrew Grant's Regiment. 

From Sept. 1 to Sept. 3, 1814. Raised at Hampden. Service at Hampden. Company in battle at Hampden. 



Rank and Name. 


Cowan, Jacob 


Miller, Henry 


James Patton, Captain 


Cowan, Jonathan 


Miller, James 


Abel Ruggart, Lieutenant 


Dunham, George 


Miller, Timothy 


John Miller, Jr., En.sign 


Dunham, Je.sse 


Patton, John 




Dunham, John 


Pickard, Daniel 


Robert Miller, Jr., Sergeant 


Emerson, Daniel 


Pomrov, Andrew 


William Potter, Jr., Sergeant 


Emerson, Stephen 


Pomroy, Joseph, Jr. 


Nathaniel Gevlin, Sergeant 


Farnum, Samuel 


Pomrov, William 


Richard Gevlin, Sergeant 


Gevlin, Peter 


Read, William V. 




Hewes, David 


Robinson, Isaac 


Privates. 


Hewes, Elijah 


Robinson, John 


Benson, Samuel 


Hinkley, Ebenezer C. 


Swan, Jeremiah 


Blagdon, John 


Hunt, Asa 


Taylor, James 


Cole, Seth 


Jennis, Francis 




Cowan, George 


Miller, Benjamin 





Capt. Solomon Blake's Company, attached to Lieut. Col. Grant's Regiment. 

From Sept. 1 to Sept. 4, 1814. Raised at Brewer. Service at Hampden. Company in battle at Hampden. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Hart, Jacob 


Solomon Blake, Captain 


Blake, Billing 


Hart, Russell 


Emmons Kingsbury, Lieutenant 


Blake, Charles 


Holbrook, Calvin 


Charles Levans, Ensign 


Blasdell, Sanbourn 


Jones, Elijah 




Burr, Alanson 


Kingsbury, Nathan 


William Copeland, Sergeant 


Campbell, Abijah 


Man, Jacob 


Joseph Copeland, Sergeant 


Coombs, Benjamin 


Pond, Loring 


David Silaly, Musician 


Farmington, Daniel 


Torrener, Levi 


Benjamin Farrington, Musician 


Fannington, Silas 


Trueworthy, Jeremiah 


Ezekiel More, Musician 


Field, Elias 


White, Augustine 




Field, Peter 


Winchester, Benjamin 




Fish, Russel 


Winchester, Charles 




Fisher, Alexander R. 





Capt. J. Emery's Company, Lieut. Col. Andrew Grant's Regiment. 

From Sept. 1 to Sept. .3, 1814. Raised at Hampden. Service at Hampden. Company in battle at Hampden. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Higgins, Seth 


John Emery, Jr., Captain 
William H. Reed, Lieutenant 


Cobb, William 
Cornish, William 


Hopkins, Allen 
Jones, Samuel F. 


Daniel Emery, Ensign 


Covell, Solomon 
Dean, Isaiah 


Mayo, Hayes, Jr. 
Murch, Walter 


Samuel Libbey, Sergeant 
Jacob Jones, Sergeant 


Dean, Jesse S. 
Dean, Trueman 


Myriek, Solomon 
Perkins, John 


Daniel Grant, Sergeant 
Bango Young, Sergeant 
Simeon Stone, Musician 


Dow, Amos 
Dudley, James 
Flagg, William 


Pomrojf, Arad H. 
Rogers, John 
Smith, Daniel 


Zeuas Dexter, Musician 


Hamilton, Lemuel 


Smith, John 


Benjamin Higgins, Musician 


Harding, Reed 
Hardy, Benjamin 
Higgins, Cyrus 


Snow, Micajah 
Young, Reuben 
Young, Zebulon, Jr. 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



215 



Capt. Abram Hill's Company, Lieut. Col. Andrew Grant's Regiment. 

From Sept. 1 to Sept. 4, 1814. Raiaed at Bucksport. Ser\'ice at Hauipdeu. Compauy iu battle at Hampden. 



Rank .\nd N.^me. 
Abram Hill, Captain 
Josiah Chapin, Lieutenant 

Abi.sha Bottom, Sergeant 
James Hariman, Sergeant 

Privates. 
Baker, Samuel 
Colvard, James, Jr. 



Crosby, James 
Fisher, ,Joel 
Freeman, Reuben 
Higgins, Elisha 
Higgins, James, 2d 
Hoxie, John 
Lowell, Benjamin, Jr. 
Lowell, James 
Lowell, Samuel 
McDanicl, Jeremiah 



Reed, Littleton 
Rich, Isaiah 
Rich, Sylvanus 
Smith, Jacob, Jr. 
Smith, James 
Smith, Joseph 
Smith, Lemuel 
Wood, Manning 



Capt. J. Nealley's Company, Lieut. Col. Andrew Grant's Regiment. 

From Sept. 1 to Sept. 4, 1S14. Raised at Monroe. Service at Hampden. Company in battle at Hampden. 



Rank and Name. 


Curtis, Samuel 


Nickerson, Huberd 


Joseph Neallev, Captain 


Curtis, Simeon 


Parker, Luther 


James Manson, Lieutenant 


Davison, James G. 


Perrv, DaAdd 




Dicky, Elijah 


Plunimer, Timothy 


Archibald Woodman, Sergeant 


Dickv, William 


Potter, Philip 


Daniel Buckes, Sergeant 


Dodge, Benjamin 


Putman, Silas 


Daniel Putman, Sergeant 


Douglass, Abraham 


Real, Michael 


Ezekiel York, Sergeant 


Douglass, Elisha 


Robison, Richard 


Solomon Twamblv, Musician 


Durham, James 


Sanbourn, Abiather 


Oilman Roberts, Musician 


Emery, Hosea 


Smith, Daniel 




Emerv, Simon 


Smith, Samuel, Jr. 


Privates. 


Ford, William 


Sterns, David 


Averv, Jeremiah 


Frost, Josiah 


Sterns, Levi 


Barns, Samuel 


Frost, Winthrop 


Sumner, Benjamin 


Bartlett, Jeremiah 


Gage, John 


Thistle, Ezra 


Bartlett, Rufus 


Gipson, William 


Twamlily, Arch, Jr. 


Bottons, Solomon 


Goodiii, Moses 


Twambly, Samuel F. 


Chase, Noah 


Grant, Stephen 


Wallbv, Ichabod 


Chase, Thomas 


Hinkly, William 


Ward, Benjamin 


Clemens, Hill 


James, Elisha 


AVard, John 


Clemens, John 


Jewell, Samuel 


Ward, Jonathan 


Colson, David 


Lolson, John 


Ward, Nathaniel 


Coulson, .Jonathan J. 


Mason, Nathaniel 


West, Enos 


Crowell, William 


McDaniel, Matthew 


Whitman, James 


Curtis, David 


Mitchell, Jeremiah 


Winshall, William 


Curtis, Lemuel 


Nealley, John 





Capt. P. Newcomb's Company, Lieut. Col. Andrew Grant's Regiment. 

From Sept. 1 to Sept. 3, 1814. Raised at Hampden. Service at Hampden. Company in battle at Hampden. 



Rank and Name. 


Cobb, Samuel H. 


Hopkins, James 


Peter Newcomb, Captain 


Doan, Edward 


Hopkins, Josiah 


Jonathan Knowlcs, Lieutenant 


Doane, Amos 


Knowles, Abiather 


Stephen Dallas, Ensign 


Doane, Dennis 


Linning, Brvant 




Dunning, Robert 


Mayo, Israel, Jr. 


Allen Rogers, Sergeant 


Dunton, James 


Mavo, James, Jr. 


Josiah Sparrow, Sergeant 


Emerson, Benjamin 


Mayo, Joseph 


Josiah Ware, Sergeant 


Emerson, Nathan 


Mayo, Nathaniel, Jr. 


Jonathan Kendall, Sergeant 


Emerv, Jonas 


Mayo, Simeon 


Thomas Willman, Musician 


Emory, William 


Mayo, Thomas 




Gould, John 


Murch, John 


Privates. 


Harding, .\usten 


Myrick, Joseph 


Atwood, Ebenezer 


Higgins, Misha 


Myrick, Reuben 


Baker, Jeremiah 


Higgins, William 


Patton, Samuel 


Blasdil, Sanbourn 


Hopkins, Benjamin 


Perkins, John 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. P. Newcomb's Company, Lieut. Col. Andrew Grant's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 
Piper, David 
Porter, Asa 
Porter, Benjamin 
Rider, Francis 
Smith, Henry 



Snow, Freeman 
Snow, William 
Stubbs, Eben 
Stubbs, Edward 
Stubbs, Richard 
Tarr, Andrew 



Turner, Barker 
Ward, Jolin 
Weblser, Samuel 
West, Bartlett 
Wiley, Aaron 



Capt. Lot Rider's Company, attached to Lieutenant Colonel Grant's Regiment. 

From Sept. 1 to Sept. 4, 1814. Raised at Eddington. Service at Hainpilen. Coiiipaiiy in Ijattlc at Hampden. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Snow, Benjamin 


Lot Rider, Captain 


Bond, HoUis 


Snow, Israel 


John Holyoke, Lieutenant 


Brown, William 


Stearns, Daniel 




Cobb, Lemuel 


Tainter, Benjamin 


William Rider, Sergeant 


John.son, Daniel 


Tibbits, John 


Joseph Severance, Sergeant 


Johnson, Ephraim 


Weed, Benjamin 


Asa Howard, Musician 


Lovel, David 
Severance, Benjamin 


Wood, Jonathan 



Capt. Elisha Thayer's Company, Lieutenant Colonel Grant's Regiment. 

From Sept. 1 to vSept. 4, 1814. Raised at Frankfort. Service at Hampden. Conipuuy in battle at Hampden. 



Rank and Name. 


EUingwood, Ralph 


Page, James 


Elisha Thaver, Captain 


Goodwin, Francis L. B. 


Page, William 


Robert Thompson, Lieutenant 


Goodwin, William 


Parker, Oliver 


Saul Trevett, Ensign 


Grant, William 


Patten, Moses B. 




Hobin, Richard 


Pickard, Joshua 


John Lain, Sergeant 


Idle, Rowland 


Rogers, Knowles 


James Curtis, Sergeant 


Idle, Stephen 


Sedgly, Daniel, Jr. 


Joseph Nickerson, Sergeant 


Johnson, Isaac 


Shaw, William H. 


Nathaniel Grant, Musician 


Johnson, Thomas 


Sparrow, Benjamin 




Keene, William 


Sparrow, Joshua 


Privates. 


Kenney, Benjamin 


Treadwell, Jacob 


Baker, Moses 


Kingsbury, John 


Treat, Ezra 


Bowlin, John 


Kingsbury, William 


Trivett, Benjamin 


Bowlin, Peter 


Lain, Charles 


Wardwell, Jeremiah 


Campbell, Daniel 


Lain, Daniel 


Weed, Moses 


Clark, John 


Lain, Elijah 


Weed, Nathan 


Cole, Joseph 


Lain, Silas 


Wentworth, Gant 


Curtis, James, Jr. 


Nichols, George 


West, William 


Curtis, John 


Nickerson, Aaron 


Wintworth, Joshua 


Downs, Joshua 


Nickerson, Jesse 


Witham, Jotham 


Downs, Paul 


Oakman, Tobias 


Woodman, Benjamin 



Capt. W. Ware's Company, Lieut. CoL Andrew Grant's Regiment. 

From Sept. 1 to Sept. 4, 1S14. Raised at Orrington. Service at Hampden. Company in l)attle at Hampden. 



Rank and Name. 


Baker, Nathaniel 


Eldridge, Seth 


Warren Ware, Captain 


Baker, Richard 


Freeman, James, Jr. 




Bartlett, Amasa 


Freeman, Thomas 


Simeon Fowler, Sergeant 


Boddcrshall, Doan 


Gould, Nathaniel, Jr. 


Theophilus Nickerson, Sergeant 


Boddershall, Fredoni 


Harden, Jesse 


John Brooks, Sergeant 


Doane, Elihu 


Hopkins, Ephraim 


Warren Nickerson, Sergeant 


Doane, Ephraim 


Kent, Richard 




Doane, Joseph 


Kent, Stillman 


Privates. 


Doane, William 


Kent, William 


Atwood, Benjamin 


Downs, Phineas 


Marston, William 


Atwood, Jesse, Jr. 


Dyer, Nathaniel 


Nickerson, Eliphalct "" 


Baker, David 


Eldridge, Hereziah, Jr. 


Nickerson, John 



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217 



Capt. W. Ware's Company, Lieut. Col. Andrew Grant's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Rogers, Henry 


Snow, Harry C. 


Nye, Paul 


Rogers, Smith 


Snow, Joseph 


Pierce, David 


Rooks, Joseph 


VarroU, William M. 


Pierce, Nathaniel 


Severance, John 


Weeks, Edward 


Rice, Cyrus 


Severance, Reuben 


Wheeldon, Ebenezer 


Rider, Atkins 


Severance, Samuel 


Willard, John 


Rider, Richard 


Smith, Zenas 


Wintworth, John 


Rider, Samuel, Jr. 


Snow, Daniel 


Wiswell, Thomas 


Rider, Stephen 


Snow, Ephraim 





Capt. A. Weston's Company, Lieut. Col. Andrew Grant's Regiment. 

From Sept. 1 to Sept. 4, l.\14. Raised at. Frankfort. Serviee at Hampden. Company in battle at Hampden. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Littlefield, Jeremiah 


Amos Weston, Captain 


Carlton, John 


Low, Asa 


Samuel White, Lieutenant 


Chase, John 


Low, Elijah 


James Rowell, Lieutenant 


Clark, James 


Mugridge, William 




Clark, Robert 


Ritchie, Thomas 


Robert Littlefield, Sergeant 


Clemmons, Prentice 


Sedgley, Samuel 


Samuel Hosmer, Sergeant 


Courllard, Henry 


Snow, Edward 


James Sawyer, Sergeant 


Ellingwood, Joseph 


Tibbetts, William 


Andrew Ritcher, Sergeant 


Grant, Josiah 


Twambly, Nathaniel , 


Daniel Littlefield, Musician 


Grant, Samuel 
Hall, Amos 





Capt. Timothy Sibley's Company, attached to Lieutenant Colonel Grant's Regiment. 

From Sept. 2 to Sept. 4, 1814. Raised at Eddington. Service at Hampden. Company in battle at Hampden. 



Rank and Name. 


Chick, Abraham, Jr. 


Little, Joseph 


Timothy Sibley, Captain 


Collins, Daniel 


Nichols, James 


Samuel Call, Lieutenant 


Collins, Moses 


Oliver, Ephraim 




Comins, Charles 


Orcutt, Elijah 


Billings Clapp, Sergeant 


Crane, Allen 


Orcutt, John 


Ebenezer Eddy, Sergeant 


Davis, Joseph 


Penny, Benjamin 


Jesse Cousens, Sergeant 


Douglass, Randal 


Raviel, Ebenezer 




Goodwin, Nehemiah 


Rowe, Elisha 


Privates. 


Grant, Judin 


Sibley, Benjamin F. 


Anderson, James 


Grant, Stephen, Jr. 


Spencer, Andrew 


Barnes, Benjamin 


Gulliver, Lemuel 


Spencer, Benjamin 


Blackman, Bradley 


Gulliver, Thomas 


Spencer, Isaac 


Burton, Davis 


Jones, Cyrus 


Spencer, Moses 


Burton, Joel 


Kiiapp , Moses 


Stock well, Caleb 


Butler, Joshua 


Lancaster, William 





Capt. Daniel Webster's Company, attached to Lieutenant Colonel Grant's Regiment. 

From Sept. 2 to Sept. 4, 1814. Raised at Bangor. Service at Hampden. Company in battle at Hampden. 



Rank and Name. 


Boynton, Robert 


Howard, John 


Daniel Webster, Captain 


Clark, John 


Jarvis, Edward 


Robert McPhetres, Lieutenant 


Dresser, Daniel 


Kenney, John 




Dutton, Gideon 


Lambert, Daniel 


Lynde Valentine, Sergeant 


Freeman, Allen 


Lambert, Joseph 


Robert Boyd, Sergeant 


Freeman, Samuel 


Lancaster, John 


Marks McBurns, Sergeant 


George, Henry 


Lancaster, Levi 


Elijah Webster, Sergeant 


Gross, Andrew 


Liscomb, Thomas D. 


John Hook, Musician 


Ham, John 


McGrath, Richard 


Sasson Weston, Musician 


Hartshorn, Ashbel 


Perkins, Stephens 




Hartshorn, David 


Randell, William 


Privates. 


Hartshorn, David, 2d 


Spencer, Isaac 


Adams, Samuel G. 


Hartshorn, Joseph 


Thompson, Warren 


Boynton, Joseph W. 


Hartshorn, Josiah 


Webster, John 


Boynton, Nathaniel 


Hartshorn, Silas 





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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Lieut. J. Stevens' Company, Col. A. Hastings' Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 17, 1S14. Service at Audover. 



Rank and Name. 


Abbot, J. 


Farrington, Philander 


James Stevens, Lieutenant 


Abbot, John 


Homan or Hornan, John 


Ingalls Bragg, Ensign 


Abbot, Moses 


Lovejoy, Benjamin 




Abbot, Natlianiel F. 


Marstin, Samuel 


James F. Bragg, Sergeant 


Abbot, Timotliy 


Merrill, Moses 


Jacob Farrington, Sergeant 


Arnold, S. 


Newton, Holdworth 


Winthrop Newton, Sergeant 


Badcock, J. 


Poor, Edward 


Moses Adams, Sergeant 


Benning, Joseph 


Smith, John 




Bragg, Thomas 


Stevens, Enoch 


Privates. 


Burnham, Ira 


Stricking, Oliver 


Abl)ot, Enos 


Burnham, John 




Abbot, Holtin 


Farrington, Benjamin 





Lieut. Col. J. Hobbs' Regiment. 

From Sept. S to Sept. 20, 1.S14. Stiitioned at Portland. 



Field and Staff. 


Joseph Chamberlin, Quartermaster, Fal- 


Noncommissioned Staff. 


Josiah Hobbs, Lieutenant Colonel, Fal- 


mouth 


Josiah R. Clough, Sergeant Major 


mouth 


Stetson Lobdell, Paymaster, Westbrook 


Stetson Lobdell, Sergeant Major 


Thomas Hammond, Major 


William Sanborn, Surgeon, Falmouth 


Hezekiah Slemmon, Quartermaster Ser- 


Ezekiel Dyer, Major, Cape Elizabeth 


Jacob Hunt, Surgeon's Mate, Falmouth 


geant 


Arthur Dyer, Adjutant 


Caleb Bradly, Chaplain, Falmouth 


James Porterfield, Fife Major 


Peter Lunt, Adjutant, Falmouth 




Charles Walker, Drum Major 



Capt. J. Bailey's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Hobbs' Regiment. 
From Sept. 8 to Sept. 20, 1814. Raised at Westbrook. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Davis, James W. 


Rice, Baxter 


Jeremiah Bailey, Captain 


Field, Michael 


Richmond, Atwood 


John Babb, Lieutenant 


Frost, Andrew P. 


Roberts, Vinson 


Charles Jordan, Ensign 


Furguson, Charles 


Sargent, Joel 




Gould, Samuel 


Starbird, William 


John L. Johnson, Sergeant 


Gould, William 


Stevens, Charles 


Robert C. Rand, Sergeant 


Greenwood, Thaddeus 


Stevens, Tristram C. 


Thomas Broad, Sergeant 


Harper, Samuel 


Storer, Joseph 


Benjamon Remick, Sergeant 


Hayes, David 


Tait, George 


Joshua Starbird, Corporal 


Jones, Jeremiah R. 


Thombs, George W. 


Peter 0. Clark, Corporal 


Jordan, John 


Thombs, Job 


Thomas Riggs, Corporal 


Knight, Asa 


Trickey, David 


Levi Starbird, Corporal 


Lowell, George 


Trickey, William 


James B. Rand, Musician 


Maddocks, James 


Warren, Robert 


David Horn, Musician 


Mitchell, Andrew 


Waterhouse, Joseph H. 




Mitchell, Peleg 


Webb, Eli 


Privates. 


Osgood, Alexander 


Webb, George 


Alden, Leustin 


Palmer, Braddock S. 


Westcot, Charles 


Bailey, Samuel, Jr. 


Plummer, Moses 


Young, John 


Bartlett, Charles 


Porterfield, James 




Bradberry, John 


Porterfield, William 


Waiters. 


Broad, Joseph 


Pratt, Asa 


Babb, Samuel 


Broad, Silas 


Pratt, Cushing, Jr. 


Bailey, Frederic 


Broad, William 


Pratt, Henry 


Jordan, Charles 


Chase, Abel 


Pride, John, Jr. 





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Capt. E. Dyer's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Hobbs' Regiment. 

From Sept. S to Sept. 20, 1,S14. Raised at Cape Elizabeth. .Service at Portland. 



Rank and N.^me. 


Dyer, Israel 


Sawyer, John, Jr. 


Ezekiel Dyer, Captain 


Dyer, James 


Sawyer, Moses 


Simon Cutter (?), Lieutenant 


Dyer, Jesse 


Sawyer, Nathaniel 




Dyer, Reuben 


Simonton, Thomas 


Samuel Dyer, Sergeant 


Frickett, Moses 


Skillen, Daniel, Jr. 


Elliot Dyer, Sergeant 


Frickett, Samuel 


Skillen, Isaac 


John Mariner, Sergeant 


Graham, John 


Skillen, Lemuel 


Zebulon Skillen, Sergeant 


Hatch, John 


Skillen, Rufus 


Caleb Dyer, Corporal 


Hunnewell, Joseph 


Skillen, William 


Henry Frickett, Corporal 


Jackson, Thomas 


Stanford, Israel 


John Emery, Corporal 


Jumper, Ezekiel 


Stannard, Winthrop 


Nathaniel Frickett, Corporal 


Jumper, Joseph 


Stan wood, Samuel 


Reuben Roberts, Musician 


Knight, Solomon 


Stout, Christopher 


Alexander Skillen, Musician 


Lear, Philip 


Strout, George 




Libby, John T. 


Strout, Jonathan 


Privates. 


Liscom, John 


Thompson, Asa 


Babb, James, Jr. 


Majory, John 


Thrasher, Ebenezer 


Berry, Thomas 


Manner, Joseph 


Thrasher, Robert 


Bowe, Nathaniel 


Mitchell, Christopher 


Waterhousc, Samuel 


Brown, Elisha, Jr. 


Pillsbury, Joshua 


Welch, James 


Brown, Jackson 


Pillsbury, Tobias 


Welch, Joseph 


Brown, Stephen 


Plummer, Daniel 


Welch, Lemuel 


Cash, Francis 


Ricker, Winthrop 


Willard, John 


Cash, Stephen 


Saw>'er, David F. 


Willard, Samuel 


Cummings, William 


Sa%\n,'er, Elisha 


Woodberry, Peter 


Doane, Asa 


Sawj'er, Ephraim 


Woodbury, Israel 


Dyer, Christopher 


Sawyer, Ivory 





Capt. A. Field's Company, Lieut. CoL J. Hobbs' Regiment. 

From Sept. 8 to Sept. 20, 1814. Raised at Falmouth. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


CoUey, William, Jr. 


Lock, Nathaniel 


Alpheus Field, Captain 


Crabtree, Agreen 


Lunt, Joshua 


Robert Hall, Lieutenant 


Crabtree, Eleazer 


Lunt, Lane 


Robert Anderson, Ensign 


Cresev, John 


Lunt, Nathan 




Dill, Enoch 


Marston, Ebenezer 


Samuel Richards, Sergeant 


Dollv, Daniel 


McKellar, Archibald 


Frederick Merrill, Sergeant 


Dolly, William 


Merrill, Charles 


William Frank, Sergeant 


Field, Hanson 


Merrill, Edmund 


John Lunt, Sergeant 


Field, Simeon 


Merrill, Joseph 


Josiah Field, Corporal 


Field, Stephen 


Merrill, Lane 


Ezekiel Leigh ton, Corporal 


Gilman, John " 


Merrill, Luther 


Josiah Hall, Corporal 


Goodell, Samuel 


Merrill, Solomon 


Henry Hall, Corporal 


Green, Jesse 


Merrill, Timothy 


Ephraim Marston, Jr., Musician 


Hadlock, William 


Merrill, William 


Nathaniel Field, Musician 


Hall, George 


Mountford, George 




Hall, Moses 


Noyes, Amos 


Privates. 


Hicks, Samuel 


Noyes, Nathaniel 


Acass, Benjamin 


Hobbs, Jonathan 


Noyes, Reuben 


Adams, Isaac 


Huston, William 


Prince, Reuben 


Adams, Moses, Jr. 


Ilsley, Nathaniel 


Shaw, Joseph 


Allen, William 


Knight, Simon 


Sweet, Adam 


Blanchard, Ozias 


Lambert, Jolm 


Sweet, Samuel 


Blanchard, Samuel 


Leighton, Daniel 


Weymouth, Robert 


Brackett, Silas 


Leighton, Thomas 


Woodsom, Daniel 


Colley, John, Jr. 


Libby, Isaac 


Woodsom, Gideon 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1S12. 



Capt. C. Knight's Company, Lieut. CoL J. Hobbs' Regiment. 

From Sept. S to Sept. 20, 181-i. Raised at Falmouth. Service at Portland. 



R.\NK AND Name. 


Higgins, Thomas 


Poniroy, Richard 


Charles Knight, Captain 


Huston, Lewis 


Prince, George 


Jonathan Bartlett, Lieutenant 


Huston, Paul 


Prince, Noyes 


James Sweet, Ensign 


Jones, Stephen 


Richards, William 




Knight, Ephraim 


Sandborn, Jonathan 


Ephraim Merrill, Jr., Sergeant 


Knight, Jacob 


Sawyer, John 


Jeremiah Merrill, Sergeant 


Knight, Nathaniel 


Sweet, Joshua 


John Bucknam, Jr., Sergeant 


Knight, Oliver 


Sweet, Moses, 3d 


Ebenezer Pool, Sergeant 


Knight, Samuel 


Tewksbury, James 


Reuben Knight, Corporal 


Knight, Zebulon 


Thomas, Benjamin 


Reuben Merrill, Corporal 


Lock, Ebenezer 


Titcomli, Benjamin 


Alexander Merrill, Corporal 


Lord, James 


Titcomb, George 


Reuben Merrill, 3d, Corporal 


Lunt, Nathaniel 


Titcomb, Reuben 


Peter Marston, Musician 


Merrill, Ephraim 


Titcomb, Samuel 


John Waite, Jr., Musician 


Merrill, Ezra 


Titcomls, William, Jr. 




Merrill, Giles 


Underwood, John 


Privates.. 


Merrill, Joshua, Jr. 


Webber, Aaron 


Adams, John 


Merrill, Josiah 


Williams, Gustavus 


Blackstone, Benjamin 


Merrill, Zachariali 


York, Ebenezer G. 


Blackstone, Robert 


Meservy, Curtis 


York, Reuben G. 


Bucknam, Asa 


Moody, .Jonathan 


York, Samuel G. 


Butterfield, Leonard 


Moody, Samuel 


York, William 


Chase, Thomas 


Nolcn, Christopher 


York, William, Jr. 


CoUey, Joshua 


Noyes, David 




Davis, Edward 


Noyes, Merrill 


Waiter. 


Dennet, Joseph 


Noyes, Nathan 


Sweet, Lewis 


Dobbins, James, Jr. 


Noyes, Silas 




Dobbins, William 


Pittee, John 





Capt. P. Pride's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Hobbs' Regiment. 

From Sept. 8 to Sept. 20, 1M4. Raised at Falmouth. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Forbus, Amasa 


Pride, John 


Peter Pride, Captain 


Frink, Samuel 


Pride, Thomas 


Richard Cobb, Lieutenant 


Frost, William 


Proctor, Frederic 


Daniel Handy, Ensign 


Gowen, James, Jr. 


Sampson, Joshua 




Gowen, Levi 


Sawyer, Asa 


Samuel Pride, Sergeant 


Gowen, Moses 


Sawj'er, Benjamin 


Josiah R. Clough, Sergeant 


Graff am, Peter 


Sawyer, James 


William Reed, Sergeant 


Grant, Joseph 


Sawyer, John, Jr. 


George Bishop, Sergeant 


Graves, Andrew 


Sawj'er, Joseph M. 


William Winslow, Corporal 


Hale, George 


Sawyer, Joshua 


James P. Bailey, Corporal 


Hicks, James 


Sawyer, Mark 


Zacheriah B. Stevens, Corporal 


Higgins, John, Jr. 


Sawyer, Thomas, Jr. 


Ephraim Brackett, Corporal 


Hinkly, Samuel 


Shaw, Bela 


Elisha Higgins, Musician 


Howard, Abner 


Small, Asa 


John Lunt, Musician 


Husten, Alexander 


Small, Peter 




Husten, Thompson 


Stevens, Benjamin 


Privates. 


Ingersoll, Peter 


Stevens, Isaac 


Babb, George, Jr. 


Knight, Aaron 


Stevens, Joseph 


Barbour, John 


Knight, Abner 


Stevens, Joshua A. 


Berry, Samuel 


Knight, Amos 


Thurston, William 


Blake, Samuel 


Knight, Isaac 


Townsend, Cieorge 


Blake, William 


Knight, John 


Trafton, Joseph 


Brackett, Zacheriah 


Knight, John T., Jr. 


Waldron, Nathaniel 


Brackett, Zacheriah, Jr. 


Knight, Josiah 


Walker, Samuel 


Campbell, Benjamin 


Knight, Levi 


Webb, Benjamin 


Clark, John 


Knight, Stephen 


Wilson, Goen 


Cobb, Asa 


Lord, Samuel 


Wilson, Henry 


Cobb, James, Jr. 


Lunt, Batholomew 


Wilson, Increase 


Cobb, Levi 


Lunt, Joshua 


Winslow, Ebenezer 


Cobb, Peter, Jr. 


Merrill, Nathaniel W. 


Woodbury, Ebenezer 


Cobls, William, Jr. 


Minot, John 


Woodbury, Larken 


Crawford, William 


Newman, Ebenezer 


Woodford, Chauncy 


Davis, Christopher S. 


North, Elijah 





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Capt. W. Slemon's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Hobbs' Regiment. 

From Sept. S to Sept. 20, 1814. Raised at Falmouth. Service at Falmouth. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Jordan, John 


William Slcmon, Captain 


Bailev, Richard G. 


Knight, Henrv 


William Keimev, Lieutenant 


Bell, William 


Knight, Rowland 


Daniel Broad, Ensign 


Blake, Henry 


Knight, Theophilus 




Blake, James, Jr. 


Nichols, Eaton 


Josiah Stevens, Sergeant 


Broad, Ephraim 


Rav, Jonathan 


Benjamin Burnham, Sergeant 


Choate, Benjamin 


Stevens, Nathaniel 


John M. Milliken, Sergeant 


Cobb, George 


Stevens, William 


David Stevens, Sergeant 


Davis, Frederick 




David Knight, Musician 


Fly, Isaac, Jr. 


Waiters. 


Samuel Kenncv, Musician 


Haskell, Nathaniel, Jr. 


Jeffords, Rufus 




Hicks, William 


Strout, George 



Capt. J. Valentine's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Hobbs' Regiment. 

From Sept. S to Sept. 20, 1814. Raised at Westbrook. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Conant, Daniel, Jr. 


Quinby, Benjamin F. 


Joseph Valentine, Captain 


Conant, Samuel 


Quinby, Charles 


Henrv Babb, Lieutenant 


Dyer, Sherborn 


Quinbv, Simeon 


John Bixby, Ensign 


Elder, Reuben 


Roberts, William 




Elwell, Hezekiah 


Sloper, Noah 


Levi Tole or Towle, Sergeant 


Freeman, Nathaniel 


Small, John 


Josiah Gould, Sergeant 


Freeman, Nathaniel, Jr. 


Small, Joseph 


Benjamin Quimbv, Sergeant 


Galvin, George I. 


Smith, Tyng 


Jeremiah Clements, Sergeant 


Haskell, George 


Starbird, John, Jr. 


James Webb, Musician 


Haskell, Nathaniel 


Sweet, Ste ihen, Jr. 


Joseph Bailey, Musician 


Ingalls, Nehcmiah 


Thurlow, James 




Johnson, William 


Valentine, Lowell 


Privates. 


Jordan, Tliomas 


W^alker, Gardner 


Adams, Henry 


Lamb, John 


Wallis, John 


Babb, Alexander 


Moody, William 


Wallis, Levi 


Babb, David 


Newcomb, Archelaus 


Warren, Nathaniel 


Babb, George 


Newcomb, Samuel 


Webb, Kier 


Babb, Henry, Jr. 


Patridge, Joseph 


Winslow, David 


Babb, Mark 


Pease, Lewis 


Winslow, Miles 


Bailey, Samuel 


Pike, Samuel D. 




Bixby, William 


Plummer, Major 


Waiters. 


Brown, Samuel 


Pratt, Charles • 


Freeman, James 


Burnett, Nathan 


Proctor, Charles 


Libby, Daniel 


Cheslev, Isaac 


Proctor, Richard 


Valentine, Gilbert 


Conant, Edward 


Proctor, Samuel A. 





Lieut. H. Dyer's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Hobbs' Regiment. 

From Sept. 8 to Sept. 20, 1814. Raised at Cape Elizabeth. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 
Henry Dyer, Lieutenant 
Joshua Mitchell, Ensign 

Robert Dyer, Jr., Sergeant 
Woodbury Jordan, Sergeant 
Ebenezer Dyer, Sergeant 
Henry M. Kenney, Sergeant 
Nathaniel Wheeler, Corporal 
James Marrs, Cor]3oral 
Joseph Wheeler, Corporal 
Richard Jordan, Corporal 
John S. Small, Jr., ISIusician 
Enos H. Dyer, Musician 



Privates. 
Armstrong, John 
Briggs, Ezra 
Brj'ant, Abraham 
Clark, John, Jr. 
Cobb, Lemuel 
Davis, James 
Davis, Simeon 
Delano, Ebenezer 
Delano, Nathaniel 
Dresser, Joseph P. 
Dresser, Richard 
Duren, James 
Duren, John 



Dyer, Benjamin 
Dyer, Clement J. 
Dyer, Edward 
Dyer, Jonah 
Dyer, Leonard 
Dyer, Reuben 
Dyer, Reuben H. 
Foss, Nathaniel 
Gammon, John 
Haskins, Ebenezer 
Hatch, Joseph 
Jordan, Abraham 
Jordan, Clement 
Jordan, Daniel 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEEE MILITIA IN THE WAR OP 1812. 



Lieut, H. Dyer's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Hobbs' Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 
Jordan, Elliot 
Jordan, Ignatius 
Jordan, Israel 
Jordan, James 
Jordan, Nathaniel, Jr. 
Jordan, Nathaniel, 4th 
Jordan, Nathaniel, 5th 
Jordan, Rufus 
Jordan, Samuel 
Jordan, Thomas 
Jordan, Walter 



Jordan, William 
Jordan, Winter 
Marrs, Cyrus 
Maxwell, James 
Maxwell, Matthew 
Maxwell, Stephen 
Maxwell, William 
Miller, Apollus 
Pebbles, Charles, Jr. 
Pebbles, James 
Richard, John 
Stanford, Jeremiah 



Staples, Nathaniel 
Strout, Anthony 
Strout, James 
Trundy, William 
Waterhouse, Alexander 
Wheeler, John 
Willard, Daniel 



Dyer, Silas G. 



Waiter. 



Lieut. Col. S. Holland's Regiment. 

From Sept. 14 to Sept. 24, 1814. Stationed at Portland. 



Field and Staff. 
Samuel Holland, Lieutenant Colonel, Jaj' 
Moses Stone, Major, Jay 
James Chase, Adjutant, Livermore 
Henry Wood, Quartermaster 



John Briggs, Paymaster, Sumner 
Cornelius Holland, Surgeon, Livermore 
Joshua Sole, Chaplain, Livermore 



Noncommissioned Staff. 
Ebenezer Ellis, Sergeant Major 
Daniel Austin, Quartermaster Sergeant 
John Henry, Drum Major 

Adam Knight, Waiter 



Capt. J. Barnard's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Holland's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 24, 1814. Raised at Dixfield. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Newton, Jacob 


Joel Barnard, Captain 


Abbot, John 


Newton, Levi, Jr. 


Jonathan Holman, Ensign 


Childs, Amos 


Park, Caleb, Jr. 




Clausen, Luther J. 


Richmond, Israel 


Gersham Wait, Sergeant 


Cooledge, Moses 


Savery, Aaron 


Isaac Waters, Sergeant 


Hall, Josiah R. 


Savery, Archibald 


Joshua Park, Sergeant 


Holman, Ebenezer 


Thomas, Micah 


Silas Barnard, Sergeant 


King, Henry 


Thomas, Nathaniel 


Harvey AVait, Corporal 


Marble, Baldwin 


Torry, Isaac 


David Tucker, Corporal 


Marble, Ira 


Tucker, Jonas 


James Mitchell, Corporal 


Marsh, David 


Wait, Tyler 


Thomas Morse, Corporal 


Mitchell, Charles 


Waters, Gardner 


Thomas Burgess, Musician 


Newman, Josiah 


White, James 


Thomas Townsend, Musician 


Newton, Abraham 





Capt. E. Morse's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Holland's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 24, 1814. Raised at Livermore. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 
Elias Morse, Captain 
Henry Aldrich, Ensign 

Nathaniel Soper, Sergeant 
Thomas Haskell, Sergeant 
Daniel Child, Sergeant 
Hardwick Griffin, Sergeant 
John Fisher, Corporal 
John Hayes, Corporal 
John Griffith, Corporal 
Bradish Turner, Corporal 
Nezer Bailey, Jr., Musician 
Seth Ballan, Musician 



Privates. 
Ames, Samuel 
Andrews, Lescom 
Andrews, Lucius 
Beals, Luther 
Beals, Samuel 
Bigelow, John 
Boothby, Samuel 
Brown, Simeon 
Bryant, Thomas 
Campbell, Joshua 
Chandler, George 
Daily, Warren 
Edgcomb, Daniel 



Edgcomb, DedjTnus 

Fisher, Elijah 
Fisher, Grinsell 
Foss, Joseph 
Foster, Seth 
Fuller, Samuel 
Graffan, Daniel 
Hathaway, Eli 
Hobbs, Josiah 
Jackson, Joseph 
Jones, Stephen 
Lovewell, Luther 
Merrill, Jonathan 
Morse, David, Jr. 



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Capt. E. Morse's Company, Lieut. CoL S. Holland's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 
Morse, Oris 
Putnam, Simeon 
Rich, David 
Robinson, Fall 



Safford, Daniel 
Safford, John 
Sanders, William 
Savery, Aliijah, Jr. 
Soper, Alexander 



Soper, Gad 
Starbird, James 
Strickland, John 



Capt. I. Bartlett's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Holland's Regiment. 

From Sept. 14 to Sept. 24, 1*S14. Raised at Hartford. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Corliss, David 


Soule, Joseph 




Ira Bartlett, Captain 


Edgcomb, James 


Stetson, Elisha 




Joshua Carpenter, Lieutenant 


Ellis, Arden 


Stubbs, Nathan 




Joseph Tobin, Ensign 


Foster, Nathaniel 


Thomas, Daniel 






Glover, Joshua 


Thomas, Elisha 




Thomas Towns, Sergeant 


Irish, Ebenezer 


Thomas, William 




William Sparrow, Sergeant 


Lowell, John 


Thompson, Uzza 




Uriah Proctor, Sergeant 


Moulton, James 


Tilson, John 




Morse Sampson, Sergeant 


Parker, Joseph 


Tilson, Robert 




Nathaniel Thomas, Corporal 


Parks, Edward 


Washburn, James 




Charles Burgess, Corporal 


Parsons, George 


Washburn, Martin 




Ephraim Russell, Corporal 


Richardson, Adam 


Woodman, Rufus 




Jacob Russell, Corporal 


Russell, Jeremiah 


Young, Benjamin 




Thomas Allen, Musician 


Russell, John 


Young, Isaac 




Joshua Barrows, Musician 


Samp.son, Jacob 








Shaw, Daniel 




■"^ 


Privates. 


Shaw, Job 






Allen, Otis 


Skinner, David 






Brown, James 


Soule, Bezai 







Capt. M. M. Craft's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Holland's Regiment. 

From Sept. 14 to Sept. 24, 1814. Raised at Jay. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Manuel, John 


Moses M. Craft, Captain 


Alden, Alexander 


Merrit, John S. 


Joseph Cooledge, Lieutenant 


Bean, Israel 


Morse, Daniel 


Elijah Lothrop, Ensign 


Bean, Samuel 


Noyes, Stillman 




Benson, Asa 


Pike, James 


Josiah Bennet, Sergeant 


Benson, Hosea 


Stevens, Aaron 


Joshua Strout, Sergeant 


Capen, Uriah 


Strout, Nathaniel 


Elijah Kees, Sergeant 


Dyke, Nathaniel 


Tucker, John 


William Harlow, Sergeant 


Ellis, Gideon 


Wadsworth, Jesse 


A^'illiam Chenerv, Corporal 


Ellis, Jonathan S. 


Warren, Marshall 


Joel White, Corporal 


Eustis, George 


White, Henry 


Jeremiah Stevens, Corporal 


Eustis, Thomas 


Wood, Timothy 


Nathaniel Jackson, Corporal 


Fuller, Oliver 




Isaac Harlow, Musician 


Hatch, William 




Ivory Harlow, Musician 


Hill, James 





Capt. W. Morrison's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Holland's Regiment. 
From Sept. 14 to Sept. 24, 1814. Raised at Livermore. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 
William Morrison, Captain 
Thomas Davis, Lieutenant 
Billy Benjamin, Ensign 

Alden Wellington, Sergeant 
Martin Farrington, Sergeant 
Obed Wing, Sergeant 



Timothy Eastman, Sergeant 


Privates. 


John Clark, Corporal 


Allen, Datus T. 


Samuel Randall, Corporal 


Bart let, David 


Nehemiah Noles, Corporal 


Benjamin, Charles 


Jacob Lovejov, Corporal 


Burgess, Ebenezer 


Francis Haynes, Musician 


Burgess, Samuel 


Daniel Daley, Musician 


Carver, Amos 




Dunn, Samuel 



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Capt. W. Morrison's Company, Lieut. Col. S, Holland's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Libby, Jonathan 


Smith, William 


Button, Stephen 


Lyford, Joseph 


Stenchfield, William 


Farmington, Benjamin 


Lyford, Oliver S. 


Tanner, Ebenezer 


Freeman, Stephen 


Lyford, Samuel 


Walker, George 


Fuller, Abraham 


Morrill, Elijah 


Weldbore, Adam 


Hammond, Paul 


Morrill, Joseph 


Wellington, Elijah 


Hobbs, Amos 


Norris, Samuel 


White, Lewis 


Hodgsdon, Abraham 


Norris, Simeon 


Wyman, John 


Hodgsdon, John 


Norris, William 


Young, Moses 


Hodgsdon, Samuel C. 


Page, Moses 


Young, Moses, Jr. 


Knox, Jeremiah 


Pliilips, Edward 




Leadbetter, Thomas 


Smith, Mace 





Capt. G. Paget's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Holland's Regiment. 

From Sept. 14 to Sept. 24, 1.S14. Raised at Jaj'. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Barry, Aaron 


Hayden, Lewis 


Geoege Paget, Captain 


Bean, Greenleaf 


Huimaford, William 


James Bean, Lieutenant 


Bell, Robert 


Jackson, Elijah 


Uriah H. Gray, Ensign 


Blackwell, William 


Jones, Silas 




Brown, C'harles 


Kimball, Nathan 


Ezekiel Richardson, Sergeant 


Bryant, Timothy 


Lawrence, Noah 


Eliphalet Dunn, Sergeant 


Childs, Ephraim 


Luke, Eleazer 


Ebenezer West, Sergeant 


Childs, William 


Lumber, Calvin 


Joseph Brow or Brown, Sergeant 


Dean, Thomas 


Merrit, Daniel 


Asa Austin, Corporal 


Drout, John 


Moore, Asa 


Howland Childs, Corporal 


Dyke, Fuller 


Richardson, Josiah 


Moore Powers, Corporal 


Ellis, Martin 


Rowell, John 


Joseph Fuller, Corporal 


Ellis, Philip 


Smart, Jeremiah 


Solomon Aush, Musician 


Farrington, Jabez 


Taylor, James 


Hilton Fuller, Musician 


French, William 


Thorn, Thomas 




Fuller, Charles 


Uland, Edmund C. 


Privates. 


Fuller, Ezra 


Wait, Niles 


Alden, Alexander 


Fuller, Jackson 


Wentworth, Thomas 


Allen, Asa 


Fuller, John B. 


Whiting, Samuel, Jr. 


Allen, Stephen 


Gross, William 


Wilson, Mark 


Atkinson, Enoch 


Harris, Leach 





Lieut. J. Elliot's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Holland's Regiment. 

From Sept. 14 to Sept. 24, 1814. Raised at Livermore. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Darr or Dorr, Ebenezer 


Knox, Joshua 


John Elliot, Lieutenant 


Darr or Dorr, Ebenezer, Jr. 


Merrill, Richard 


Philip Pitts, Ensign 


Delano, Abel 


Merrill, Samuel 




Delano, Abiel 


Neal, Samuel 


Gilbert Hathaway, Sergeant 


Delano, Leonard 


Norton, Zebulon 


Jason Walker, Sergeant 


Delano, William 


Record, Isaac 


John Fuller, Sergeant 


Gibbs, John 


Robinson, West 


Frank Gibbs, Sergeant 


Gooding, Isaac 


Snow, Levi 


Samuel Morrison, Corporal 


Hamlin, Isaac 


Stone, John 


Seth Nelson, Corporal 


Haskell, Amasa 


Vaughn, Zenos 


Gardner Child, Corporal 


Hathaway, Bailey 


Walker, Elijah 


Hobson Norton, Corporal 


Hawkins, Henry 


Washburn, David 


Calvin Delano, Musician 


Hayes, George H. 


Waterman, Noah 




Hinkley, Alanson 


Waters, Lewis 


Privates. 


Holman, Abner 


Webb, Winslow 


Bartlett, Ozias 


Holman, Daniel 


Whitaker, Stewart F. 


Bumpus, Calvin 


Howard, Penos 


Winslow, Gilbert 


Clark, John 


Jones, ApoUus 


Winslow, Thomas, 2d 


Clark, Samuel 


Knox, Eli 


Wyman, William 


Coffin, Naphtali 


Knox, James 





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Lieut. C. Thompson's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Holland's Regiment. 

From Sept. 14 to Sept. 24, 1814. Raised at Hartford. Service at Portland. 



R.\NK AND Name. 


Ames, Ralph 


Irish, Stephen 


Cyrus Thomp.son, Lieutenant 


Baird, William 


Irish, William 




Banks, John 


Jackson, Abraham 


Isaac Fuller, Jr., Sergeant 


Banks, Richard 


Leighton, Chesley 


Willard Lucas, Sergeant 


Bosworth, Noah 


Parsons, Daniel 


James Kilbreth, Sergeant 


Briggs, George 


Pinkham, William 


Benjamin Dearborn, Corporal 


Churchill, Jabez 


Poland, Sylyanus 


Oliver Lucas, Corporal 


Decoster, Chandler 


Sampson, Nathaniel 


Robert Peirce, Corporal 


Dunham, Lemuel 


Thompson, John 


Joshua Taylor, Corporal 


Elwell, Isaac 


Tohin, Benjamin 


Jedediah Thomas, Musician 


Farron, Samuel 


Turner, Enos 


Joshua Irish, Musician 


Gammar, Pcrkin 


Warner, Johnson 




Hayford, Ciustavus 


Wood, Heman 


Privates. 


Hodge, John M. 


Young, Richard 


Allen, Edmund 


Holmes, Caleb 




Allen, John 


Holmes, Jonathan 





StafE of Brig. Gen. J. McMillan, Second Brigade, Thirteenth Division. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 23, 1814 (3 days travel). Service at Portland. 



General and Staff. 


James Starr, Brigade Major, Jay 


Oliver Pollard, Brigade Quartermaster 


John McMillan, Brigadier General, Frve- 


James W. Ripley, Brigade Quartermas- 


Turner 


burg 


ter, Fryeburg 


Enoch Lincoln, Aid-de-Camp, Fryeburg 


Joshua B. Osgood, Brigade Major, Frye- 






burg 







Capt. W. Rand's Company, under Maj. George Rogers, and under Supervision of United States Officers. 

From Aug. 5 to Nov. 5, 1814. Raised at Cape Elizabeth. Service at forts in Portland Harbor. 



Rank and Name. 


Bray, Henry 


Gray, Samuel 


Watson Rand, Captain 


Brigham, Artemas 


Green, John, 3d 


Caleb Haskell, Lieutenant 


Brigham, Athemar 


Hancock, Lewis 


Samuel Knight, Lieutenant 


Brown, John, 3d 


Harmon, James 


Robert Dunning, Ensign 


Brown, Reuben 


Harmon, William 




Chase, John 


Haskell, Seth L. 


George Stacey, Sergeant 


Clark, John 


Hays, John, .3d 


Andrew Dennison, Sergeant 


Coffin, Simeon 


Howard, Almond 


Thomas Foss, Sergeant 


Crockett, Richard 


Howard, Joshua 


Isaac Small, Sergeant 


Cummings, William 


Hutchins, Samuel 


John J. Simonds, Sergeant 


Daveni)ort, Darius 


Johnson, George 


James Swett, Corporal 


Davis, Benjamin 


Jones, Hiram 


John H. Jennings, Corporal 


Davis, Robert 


Jordan, Levi 


Joel Merrill, Corporal 


Davis, Samuel 


Knight, Daniel 


Jasper Johnson, Corporal 


Dawes, Bela 


Knight, Ebenezer 


Nathaniel Kimball, Corporal 


Delano, Rufus 


Knight, Nathaniel 


John Preston, Corporal 


Dennison, Abner 


Knight, Stephen 


Joseph Leighton, Corporal 


Dodge, John 


Knight, William 


Isaac Cummings, Musician 


Dole, Richard 


Larrabee, Benjamin 


Joseph Waterhouse, Musician 


Dyer, James 


Leighton, Daniel 




Dyer, Willis 


Leighton, Jeremiah 


Privates. 


Edward, Richai'd 


Long, Darius 


Adams, Isaac 


Eels, William, Jr. 


Maibury, Isaac 


Allen, John 


 Gammon, Samuel 


Mann, Fisher 


Allen, Otis 


Goodwin, Samuel 


Manson, James 


Allen, Paul 


Goold, Robert 


Marble, David 


Andrews, Daniel H. 


Goold, Thomas F. 


Maservy, Roger 


.4reas, James 


Grace, Aaron 


Merrill, Samuel 


Blake, Samuel 


Grant, Asa 


Mitchell, Edmund 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. W. Rand's Company, under Maj. George Rogers, and under Supervision of United States Officers — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Redlen, Charles 


Tobin, John 


Moody, Charles 


Rogers, Thomas 


Todd, William 


Moses, Daniel 


Sandburn, Joseph 


True, Jonathan 


Nason, John 


Sandburn, Seth 


Tuttle, Lebbeus 


Nevins, Amaziah 


Sawver, John 


Tattle, Reuben 


Noble, George 


Shane, William 


Twitchell, Mark 


Noble, Stephen 


Shaw, Samuel 


Twombly, Solomon 


Paine, Josiah 


Simonds, Samuel 


Waite, Daniel 


Pierce, Isaac 


Skillings, Simon 


Ward, Lemuel 


Pote, Samuel 


Snow, Paul M. 


Weeks, Ezra 


Potter, Alexander 


Soule, Barnabas 


Weeks, Samuel 


Potter, David 


Stevens, Samuel 


West, Joseph 


Prince, Amos 


Stevens, William 


Whitney, Alexander 


Pulcifer, Jonathan 


Stimpson, Charles 


Witham, John 


Purington, Elisha 


Stubbs, Bradbury S. 


Woodman, Benjamin 


Quimby, Hiram 


Thorn, Benjamin 


Woodman, Nathaniel 


Rand, Bradbury 


Thorn, Simeon 


York, Stephen 



Lieut. Henry Little's Drafted Company. 

From Aug. 26 to Nov. 26, 1814. Stationed at Edgeconib, in the service of the United States. 



Rank and Name. 


Bird, William 


Jones, John 


Henry Little, 1st Lieutenant 


Black, Henry 


Lawiiey, Nathaniel 


John Wales, 2d Lieutenant 


Brebner, Archibald 


Mudgett, Stephen 




Campbell, Collins 


Nickerson, Yates 


Samuel R. Gilbert, Sergeant 


Campbell, Samuel 


Palmer, Joseph 


Perkins Hull, Sergeant 


Covell, Israel 


Partridge, David 


John Wilson, Corporal 


Crocker, Samuel 


Reed, Thomas 


Darius Dickey, Corporal 


Davis, William 


Smart, Nehemiah 




Drew, John 


Smart, Winthrop 


Privates. 


Flagg, William 


Snow, Harding 


Alexander, James 


Frost, Samuel J. 


West, Asa 


Batchelder, George 


Frost, Thomas 


West, Luther 


Bates, Nathan 


Gardner, Benjamin 


Woodbridge, Oliver 


Bird, Samuel S. 


Hersey, Jesse 





Lieut. Col. D. McGafEey's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 26, 1814. Regiment rendezvoused at HaUowell, awaiting orders. 



Field and Staff. 


John Russ, Quartermaster, Farmington 


Noncommissioned Staff. 


David McGaffey, Lieutenant Colonel, 


John P. Shaw, Paj'master, Wilton 


Varnum Cram, Sergeant Major 


Rome 


John Barker, Surgeon, Wilton 


Shearabiah Dakin, Quartermaster Ser 


Moses Sanborn, Major, Vienna 


John Ring, Surgeon's Mate, Wilton 


geant 


Francis Mayhew, Major, New Sharon 




Timothy Woodward, Fife Major 


John Gilbreth, Adjutant, Rome 




Jotham Sewall, Jr., Drum Major 



Capt. D. Baker's Company, Lieut. Col. D. McGafEey's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 26, 1814. Raised at New Sharon. Service at Hallowell. 



Rank and Name. 


Oliver Baily, Sergeant 


George Hovey, Musician 


Daniel Baker, Captain 


Samuel Prcscott, Jr., Corporal 


Jesse L. Tibbetts, Musician 


Ezekiel Gilman, Lieutenant 


Oliver Gould, Corporal 


Werborn A. Sweet, Musician 


Ebenezer Weeks, Ensign 


George Sanders, Jr., Corporal 






Abraham Williamson, Corporal 


Privates. 


Chase S. Sleeper, Sergeant 


James Dyer, Jr., Musician 


Ames, Noyes 


Daniel K. Follinsbe, Sergeant 


John S. Dyer, Musician 


Arnold, Samuel 


Samuel Sleeper, Sergeant 


Isaac Teague, Musician 


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Capt. D. Baker's Company, Lieut. Col. D. McGafEey's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 
Bakor, William 
Baldwin, Nahum 
Blackstone, Ebenezer 
Blackstone, William, Jr. 
Bradley, Wingate 
Brainard, Jo-siali 
Brown, Daniel C. 
Cochran, Nathaniel 



Dyer, Gideon B. 
Foster, Ebenezer 
French, Abel 
Gordon, Daniel 
Hale, John 
Kellv, Jacob 
Kelly, Moses 
Lancaster, Thomas 
Leeman, Jacob 



Molntire, Henry 
Ramsdel, Abncr 
Robbins, Joseph 
Shaw, Joseph 
Soule, Rufus 
Williamson, Warren 
Wingate, Harrison 
Winslow, Prince 



Capt. D. Beale's Company, Lieut. Col. D. McGafley's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 20, 1S14. Raised at Farraingtoii. Service at Hallowoll. 



Rank and Name. 


Brown, John 


Parsons, Jeremiah 


Daniel Beale, Captain 


Butler, Joseph 


Pease, Warren 


Silas Perham, Lieutenant 


Butterfield, Jacob W. 


Presson, Tristram 


Lemuel Bursly, Ensign 


Case, John 


Rice, Oliver 




Cottle, Lot 


Rice, Samuel 


John Bailey, Sergeant 


Dwinel, David 


Roby, Samuel 


Ebenezer Hutchinson, Sergeant 


French, Nehemiah 


Russ, Henry 


Joseph Gennings, Sergeant 


Goddard, Ebenezer 


Sewell, Joshua 


John Morrison. Sergeant 


Hamilton, A.sa 


Shaw, Ebenezer 


James Cummings, Musician 


Hamilton, AMUiam 


Stinchfield, John 


John Branscomb, Musician 


Hamlin, Solomon 


Stinchfield, Thomas 




Knowlton, Joseph 


Stowers, John 


Privates. 


Knowlton, Samuel 


Thompson, John 


Allen, Winthrop 


Lovell, Oliver 


Tufts, William 


Arnold, Thomas 


Norton, George W. 


Walker, BartoU 


Bailey, William 


Norton, Joseph, Jr. 


Willard, Asa 


Berry, Rufus 


Norton, Mayhew 


Withum, Joshua 


Brainerd, William 


Norton, Samuel B. 


Young, John 


Brown, Jeffry B. 


Parker, James 





Capt. J. Gould's Company, Lieut. Col. D. McGaffey's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 26, 1814. Raised at Wilton. Service at Hallowell. 



Rank and Name. 


Josiah Gould, Musician 


Hunt, Noah I. 


John Gould, Captain 


Jacob Sawyer, Jr., Musician 


Knowles, Amos 


Ephraim Woodward, Lieutenant 




Millet, Samuel 


Benjamin Walker, Ensign 


Privates. 


Mosher, Brise 




Adams, Jepthah H. 


Price, Jonathan 


Hosmer Powers, Sergeant 


Bragdon, Stephen 


Rodberd, Thomas S. 


Gideon Powers, Jr., Sergeant 


Brown, Elijah 


Smith, Jasiel 


Samuel Eames, Sergeant 


Butterfield, Ebenezer 


Sweet, Jesse 


Samuel Chandler, Corporal 


Caunnet, Peter 


Tufts, John 


Jeremiah Fletcher, Jr., Corporal 


Chandler, Daniel 


Welch, Elijah 


Noah Davenport, Corporal 


Eaton, Topham 


Wilson, David 


John Scales, Corporal 


Fletcher, Lemuel 


Wood, James L. 


Philip Butterfield, Jr., Musician 


Hard)^, Moses 




J. P. Butterfield, Musician 


Harper, Elliot 





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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. W. Hussey's Company, Lieut. Col. D. McGafEey's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 26, 1814. Raised at Rome. Service at Hallowell. 



Rank and Name. 


• 
Privates. 


Mosher, George W. 


William Hussey, Captain 


Blaisdell, Ivory 


Rankin, Thomas 


Robert Hussey, Lieutenant 


Blanchard, Mo.ses 


SteveiLs, Elihu 


Ezekicl Page, Ensign 


Blasdell, Samuel 


Tracy, Nathaniel 




Blunt, Jesse 


Tracy, Solomon, Jr. 


Enoch Knight, Sergeant 


Danford, Moses 


Turner, Daniel 


Samuel Mitchell, Sergeant 


Dayis, James 


Turner, Lemuel 


Elijah K. Hussey, Sergeant 


Ellis, lyory 


Wentworth, Mark 


Richard Forliush, 2d, Sergeant 


Furbush, Stephen 


White, Asa 


Benjamin White, Corporal 


Gordon, Daniel 




Rufus Clements, Corporal 


Hussey, Richard, 2d 




Jonathan Butterfield, Corporal 


Jordan, Elijah 




Moses Choate, Corporal 


Lain, Abraham C. 




Elijah Mosher, Musician 


Mosher, Elisha 




Samuel Grant, Musician 


Mosher, Ephraim 





Capt. M. Laine's Company, Lieut. Col. D. McGaffey's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 20, 1S14. Raised at Rome. Service at Hallowell. 



Rank and Name. 


John Jewell, Musician 


Leighton, Levi 


Matthias Laine, Captain 


Joseph Jewell, Musician 


Leighton, Mordecai 


Pektiah Leighton, Ensign 




Leighton, Peter 




Privates. 


Philbrick, Joseph 


Peter Reed, Sergeant 


Allen, Daniel 


Prescot, Simon M. 


James Colbath, Jr., Sergeant 


Allen, Moses 


Prescott, Jonathan 


William Blye, Sergeant 


Chesley, Jonathan 


Scribncr, Jonathan 


Benjamin Folsom, Sergeant 


Chesley, Sawyer, Jr. 


Turner, Solomon 


James Wells, Coriioral 


Gilman, Moses 


Webber, Samuel 


Joseph Gordon, Corporal 


Gordon, Joseph 


Whittier, Clark 


John Allen, Corporal 


Hanunon, Samuel 




Peter Folsom, Corporal 


Leighton, Daniel 





Capt. S. Linscott's Company, Lieut. Col. D. McGaffey's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 26, 1814. Raised at Chesterville. Service at Hallowell. 



Rank and Name. 


Butterfield, John 


Linscott, Andrew D. 


Samuel Linscott, Captain 


Carr, John 


Linscott, Jacob 


Oliver Sewall, Lieutenant 


Chancy, .John. Jr. 


Margrigc, William 


Jotham Bradbury, Ensign 


Chancy, Josiah 


Merriman, Timothy 




Chandler, Moses 


Mitchell, Jonathan 


Nathaniel Maddocks, Sergeant 


Day, Jonathan F. 


Mitchell, Lovell 


Barnabus Merrick, Sergeant 


Dudley, Joseph 


Perry, Elisha 


William Chancy, Sergeant 


Eaton, Lsaac 


Pierce, Cyrus 


Levi Perry, Sergeant 


Eaton, Jeremiah 


Porter, James 


John Fellows, Musician 


Eaton, John 


Quimbv, John 


Henry Sewall, Musician 


Eaton, Rowell 


Sewell, Dummer, Jr. 




Fellows, Aaron 


Soper, Jesse 


Privates. 


Fellows, Isaac 


Staples, Nathaniel 


Alexander, Campbell 


Flint, Daniel 


Stickney, William 


Ames, Jacob 


French, Dearborn * 


True, John 


Baker, Clark 


Gordan, Newell 


Walton, Moses 


Batchelder, Phincas 


Gordan, Simeon 


. Wheeler, Edward T. 


Bean, Lyman 


Gordan, Thomas, 2d 


Wheeler, George 


Bennet, Elisha, Jr. 


Heath, Abram 


Whittier, Benjamin 


Bennet, William 


Hutchinson, A.sa 


Whittier, David W. 


Billings, Joel 


Knowles, John C. 


Whittier, Josiah 


Blake, Bradlmry 


Knowles, Samuel L. 


Wing, David 


Bradl)ury, Joseph 


Knowlton, Eljenczer 


Wyniard, William 


Bragden, Jeremiah 


Lane, Serchwell B. 





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Capt. C. Morse's Company, Lieut. Col. D. McGaffey's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 2G, 1814. Raised at Wilton. Service at Hallowell. 



Rank and Name. 
Charles Morse, Captain 
Asa Walker, Lieutenant 
Elisha Clark, Ensign 

John Pickens, Jr., Sergeant 
Ignatius Allen, Sergeant 
Daniel Butterfield, Sergeant 
Hamnion Brown, Sergeant 
Benjamin Learned, Cor]ioral 
Benjamin Gould, Corporal 
John Hiscock, Corporal 
Moses Adams, Jr., Corporal 



Privates. 
Butterfield, Aaron 
Butterfield, James 
Dunn, Joshua, Jr. 
Fletcher, Abner 
Fosdick, Willard 
Hall, Richard 
Hathaway, Braddock 
Hathaway, Ezra 
Hill, Ezekiel 
Hiscock, Jesse 
Law, Reuben 
McCully, John 
Pickens, David 
Pickens, Leonard 



Randell, Timothy, Jr. 
Rolibins, Hildreth 
Robbins, John 
Sarter, David B. 
Stone, Ephraim 
Stone, Eplu'aim, Jr. 
Towns, Elisha 
Walker, Jonathan 
Walker, Joseph 
Walker, Osgood 
Wright, Isaac 



Brown, Eliphalet 



Wdilcr. 



Capt. J. Trask's Company, Lieut. Col. D. McGaffey's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 20, 1814. Raised at New Sliaron. Service at Hallowell. 



Rank and Name. 


Bulling, Joshua 


Page, John 


John Trask, Captain 


Burwell, Thomas 


Page, Moses 


Christopher Dyer, Lieutenant 


Colaurn, Jephtha 


Page, Saul 


Nathaniel Parsons, Ensign 


Coburn, Manly 


Paul, James 




Cowing, Isaac 


Paul, Oliver 


Jeremiah Bean, Sergeant 


Dyer, Reuben 


Pease, Elijah 


Ebenezer Bean, Sergeant 


Floyd, Nathaniel 


Pratt, Paul 


Benjamin Brainard, Sergeant 


Flovd, Samuel 


Prescott, Abel 


Ivory Bean, Sergeant 


Folsom, Samuel 


Preston, Hiram 


Wilham Dill, Corporal 


Foril, Forbes 


Prews, Alfred 


Frederic Swan, Corporal 


French, Eljenezcr, Jr. 


Proctor, Isaac 


Benjamin C. Goss, Corporal 


Gage, Daniel 


Rollings, John 


Moses P. Bradly, Corporal 


George, John 


Sawyer, Leonard 


Saul Blaming, Musician 


George, William 


Sevens, Nathaniel 


James Davis, Musician 


Gove, Solomon, Jr. 


Shaw, Gilman 


Asa Reed, Musician 


Greenleaf, Joseph 


Small, Eh.sha 




Harding, Natiianiel, Jr. 


Small, James 


Privates. 


Holdes, Steven 


Smith, Elijah 


Ames, Isaac 


HoUis, Samuel 


Smith, Nathan 


Ames, Rufus 


HoUis, Thomas 


Teague, Asa 


Baker, Elisha 


Hopkins, Joshua 


Tibbetts, John 


Bean, Nathaniel 


Hopkinson, Theophilus 


Trask, John, Jr. 


Bent, Isaac 


Hord, Nehemiah 


Welch, Charles 


Berry, AUen 


Hovey, Isaac 


Willard, Nathaniel 


Blacksten, Benjamin 


Jones, John 


Willets, John 


Bowley, Benjamin 


Luce, Samuel 


Witham, Ebenezer 


Boynton, Joshua 


Morrel, John 


Works, Hem-y 


Bradbury, Samuel 


Morrel, Joseph 


Yeaton, Philip, Jr. 


Bullen, Warren 


Norcross, James B. 





Capt. N. Whittier's Company, Lieut. Col. D. McGaffey's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 20, 1814. Raised at Vienna. Service at Hallowell. 



Rank and Name. 


True Hodgkins, Sergeant 


Stephen Sandburn, Musician 


Nathaniel Whittier, Captain 


Adonijah Prescot, Sergeant 


Joseph Dow, Musician 


Oreni Dow, Lieutenant 


Andrew Neal, Corjioral 


David Cassin, Musician 


Enoch M. Moore, Ensign 


Benjamin Kiml:)all, Corporal 
J. P. Boswort, Corporal 


Ehphalet Brown, Musician 


Abel Whittier, Sergeant 


Calvin Lapham, Corporal 




Jolin Raynes, Sergeant 


Jesse Snow, Musician 





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Capt. N. Whittier's Company, Lieut. Col. D. McGafEey's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates. 


Hojd:., George 


Morrell, Stephen 


Brown, Jesse 


Hubbard, John 


Porter, John 


Burrell, Jacob 


Ireland, Samuel 


Porter, Stephen 


Con, James 


Johnson, Jacob 


Prescot, Jcdediah 


Con, Joseph 


lumball, William 


Sandburn, Stephen 


Currier, Edmund 


Lane, David 


Smart, Robert 


Folsom, Eliphalet 


Mitcliell, Robert 


Webber, Israel 


Folsom, Jacob 


Moore, Henry F. 


Webber, Joseph 


French, William 


Moore, Josiah 


Wood, Eliphalet 


Harris, Phny 


Morrell, Daniel, Jr. 





Lieut. CoL A. Merrill's Regiment. 

From June 20 to June 23, and Sept. lU to Sept. 25, 1814. Service at Bath. 



Field and Staff. 


William G. Sandford, Paymaster, 


Tops- 


Noncommissioned Staff. 


Abel MerriU, Lieutenant Colonel, Tops- 


ham 




Hezekiah B. Thompson, Sergeant Major 


ham 


James Purrington, Quartermaster 


Tops- 


Robert Jaciv, Quartermaster Sergeant 


James McRogers, Major, Bowdoin 


ham 




Hugh Wilson, Drum Major 


Charles Pray, Major, Lisbon 


Benjamin H. Mace, Surgeon's 


Mate, 


Henry Sampson, Fife Major 


Charles Thompson, Adjutant, Topsham 


Lisbon 







Capt. H. Getchell's Company, Lieut. Col. A. Merrill's Regiment. 

From June 20 to June 22, and Sept. 10 to Sept. 28, 1S14. Raised at Litchfield. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Bom'k, Charles 


Huntington, Timothy 


Hugh GetcheU, Captain 


Bourk, Tliomas 


Hutchinson, James 


William Randall, Lieutenant 


Brown, James 


Lydstone, John 




Brown, Saul 


Miles, Caleb 


James B. Smith, Sergeant 


Campbell, Atlam 


Morgridge, John 


Cornelius Ricliardson, Sergeant 


Cook, Saul 


Nickerson, Esdras 


Cyrus Bourk, Sergeant 


JDunlap, Ezekiel 


Potter, David 


Adam Johnson, Corporal 


Dunlap, John 


Potter, Reuben 


Isaac Smith, Corporal 


Dunlap, Robert 


Potter, Robert 


Thomas Springer, Corporal 


Farren, Ricliard 


Randall, John 


William Towns, Corporal 


Farrin, William 


Richardson, Abijali 


Cornelius Thompson, Musician 


Gatchell, John S. 


Richardson, Amos 


Isaac Shirtliff, Musician 


Gatcliell, Simmons 


Shirtliff, William 




Goldsmith, Zacheus 


Smitli, John 


Privates. 


Gower, William 


Smith, Myrick 


Ashford, Robert 


Hall, Timothy 


Smith, Samuel W. 


Baker, Abner 


Ham, Tliomas 


Smith, Thomas 


Basset, Abner 


Hanscomb, Benjamin 


Thurrell, John 


Basset, Heli 


Hodgman, Amos 


Walker, Joshua 


Basset, Lewis 


Hodgman, Asa 


Williams, William 



Capt. E. Hatch's Company, Lieut. CoL A. Merrill's Regiment. 

From June 20 to June 22, and Sept. 10 to Sept. 28, 1814. Raised at Bowdoinham. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Jelason, William 


Ebenezcr Hatch, Captain 


Allen, Daniel 


Mams, John 


Job Jelason, Lieutenant 


Baker, John 


Matoon, Isaac 


Caleb Baker, Ensign 


Blanchard, Solomon 


Maxwell, John 




Blanchard, William 


Maxwell, William 


Jeremiah Preble, Sergeant 


Dinsmore, Samuel 


McFadden, John 


William P. Oliver, Sergeant 


Farrow, Jacob 


Parks, Chetham 


George Maxwell, Corporal 


Ganbert, Nicholas 


Parks, Thomas I. 


John I. Hosnal, Corporal 


Hatch, Elihu 


Pottle, David, Jr. 


Zenas Baker, Musician 


Hohnes, J. G. 


Pratt, Benjamin 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



231 



Capt. E. Hatch's Company, Lieut. Col. A. Merrill's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates - 
Pratt, Samuel 
Preble, Joseph 
Prelile, Richard 
Preble, William 
Purringtoii, Isaac 



Concluded. 



Raymond, James 
Sedgley, Joseph 
Sedgley, Stephen 
Speed, David 
Springer, Ehsha 
Taylor, lienjamin 



Thomas, John 
Tolman, Ehas 
Whitmore, Abraham 
Wilson, Samuel 
Wilson, Samuel, 2d 
Woodward, Samuel 



Capt. N. McLellan's Company, Lieut. Col. A. Merrill's Regiment. 

From June 20 to June 22, and Sept. 21) to Sept. 2!S, IHH. Raised at Bowdoiu. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


BrjTe, John 


Lydston, William 




Nathaniel McLellan, Captain 


Buker, David 


Mullen, Stephen 




Abiazer Purrington, Lieutenant 


Campbell, George 


Percy, William 




Joseph Carr, Jr., Ensign 


Campbell, James 


Persley, Jolm 






Campbell, Nathaniel 


Potter, James B. 


. 


Samuel Smith, Jr., Sergeant 


Chace, James 


Potter, Saul 




Ebenezer Temple, Jr., Sergeant 


Cox, Nathaniel 


Sampson, Rufus 




Sanmel Clark, Jr., Sergeant 


Davis, James 


Small, Jonathan 




Judah Chase, Sergeant 


Davis, Saul 


Smith, James 




David Storv, Corporal 


Dunlap, Ebenezer 


Smith, Nathaniel 




Andrew Jack, 3d, Corporal 


Flagg, John 


Starboard, Samuel 




Wilham Vernev, Corporal 


Forbus, Thomas 


Story, Stephen 




George Ridley, Jr., Corporal 


Gro^-er, James 


Tarr, Paul 




Jacob EUet, Musician 


Grover, John 


Thm-rell, Jacob 




Stephen EUet, Musician 


Grover, Joseph 


Townes, Abner 






Hanscom, Joseph 


Towns, Thomas 




Privates. 


Huff, Nathaniel 


Wheeler, Jolm 




Alexander, James 


Huff, Samuel 


Wheeler, Simon 




Alexander, WUham 


Jack, Andrew, Jr. 


Wheeler, William 




Blackman, James 


Jackson, William 


Wliite, Gideon 




Booker, Beniah 


Jones, John 


White, Isaac 




Bower, Alexander 


Knight, Daniel 


Williams, James 





Capt. G. F. Patten's Company, Lieut. Col. A. Merrill's Regiment. 
From June 20 to June 22, and Sept. 10 to Sept. 28, 1814. Raised at Topsham. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 
George F. Patten, Captain 
George Rogers, Lieutenant 
James M. Perry, Ensign 

Charles Hunter, Sergeant 
Ezekiel M. Brown, Sergeant 
David Thompson, Sergeant 
Hugh Rogers, Sergeant 
Hem-y Sampson, Musician 

Privates. 
Abell, Jehiel 
Berry, Josiah 
Brown, Jeremiah 
Card, Francis 
Chase, John, Jr. 
Cununins, Jacob 
Fog or Foy, Henry 
Foster, Joseph, 3d 
Foster, Philip H. 
Fox, Joshua 
Graves, Daniel 
Graves, Eben 



Graves, Jacob 
Graves, Levi 

Graves, Moses 
Graves, Samuel 
Gwin, Saul 
Heal, Gilbert 
Howland, Abraham 
Howland, Benjamin 
Howland, George 
Howland, John 
Hunter, Adams 
Hunter, Alexander 
Hunter, Arthur, Jr. 
Hunter, Benjamin 
Hunter, David 
Hunter, Lithgo 
Hunter, Samuel 
Hunter, Thomas, 3d 
Hunter, Wilham 
Mallet, Collamore 
Mallet, Wihiam, Jr. 
Mustard, Joseph 
Nichols, Benjamin 
Owen, John 



Patten, Adams 
Patten, James B. 
Patten, Matthew 
Patten, WUliam 
Perry, Robert 
Potter, Jesse 
Randall, William, Jr. 
Rideout, Jacob 
Rogers, Jolm, Jr. 
Rogers, WiUiam 
Sampson, James, Jr. 
Sandford, Jolm, Jr. 
Small, Francis 
Smith, Joseph 
Stockman, Jesse 
Taylor, John 
Wade, Abner 
Wade, Luther 
WinsheU, Robert 
Work, David 



Combs, Abner 



Waiter. 



232 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. H. Purrinton's Company, Lieut. Col. A. Merrill's Regiment. 

From June 20 to June 22, 1814. Raised at Bowdoin. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Emerson, Asa 


Potter, John, 2d 


Humphrev Purrintoii, Captain 


Ewin, William 


Potter, Joseph 


Abel Thompson, Ensign 


Foster, Benjamin 


Purrinton, Charles 




Getchell, John 


Rideout, John H. 


John Snow, Sergeant 


Getchell, Winslow 


Rideout, Johnson 


Benjamin Townsend, Sergeant 


Gowell, John 


Rolins, John 


Actor Willson, Sergeant 


Gowell, William 


Small, John 


Joshua Coombs, Sergeant 


Grover, Samuel 


Small, Mark 




Hall, John, 2d 


Small, Stephen 


Privates. 


Hall, Lemuel 


Small, Tailor 


Adams, Adam 


Hanscomb, James 


Smart, William, 2d 


Adams, James 


Hodgman, Amos 


Snow, Isaac 


Alexander, Elisha 


Hogau, John 


Snow, Jonathan 


Barker, Caleb 


Hogan, William 


Stover, Charles 


Barnes, Henry 


Hopkins, John 


Thompson, Abijah 


Barnes, Robert 


Jaques, Aaron 


Townsend, Jesse 


Beel, Zaeheus 


Jaques, Johnson 


Townsend, Terize 


Brannigum, Samuel 


Maxwell, Thomas 


Ward, Josiah 


Conant, Oliver 


Polley, Asahel 


Willson, Andrew 


Coombs, Zebulon 


Potter, Benjamin 


Willson, James 


Cornish, Hem-y 


Potter, James 


Wire, Joseph 


Dugen, Thomas 


Potter, Jesse 





Capt. H. Snow's Company,' Lieut. Col. A. Merrill's Regiment. 
From June 20 to June 22, and Sept. 10 to Sept. 28, 1814. Raised at Bowdoin. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Beals, Zaeheus 


Polly, William 


Henry Snow, Captain 


Combs, Zebulon 


Potter, Benjamin 


Humphrey Purrington, Lieutenant 


Conant, Oliver 


Potter, Jolm, 2d 


Abel Thompson, Ensign 


Cornish, Himij^hrey 


Potter, Joseph 




Duggin, Tliomas 


Rideout, Jolm H. 


John Snow, Sergeant 


Ewen, William 


Rideout, Johnson 


Benjamin Townsend, Sergeant 


Foster, Benjamin 


Ring, Thomas 


Actor Wilson, Sergeant 


Getchell, John 


Rollins, John 


Perez Townsend, Sergeant 


Getchell, Winslow 


Small, John, 2d 


John Hopkins, Corporal 


Gowcl, John 


Small, Stephen 


Abijah Thompson, Corijoral 


Gowel, William 


Small, Tailor 


James Potter, Corporal 


Grover, Samuel 


Smart, William 


Samuel Brinngion, Corporal 


HaU, John, 2d 


Snow, Isaac 


William Rideout, Musician 


Hanscomb, James 


Snow, Jonathan 


Asa Emerson, Musician 


Hogan, Charles 


Stover, Charles 




Hogan, John 


Townsend, Jesse 


Privates. 


Hogan, William 


Ward, Joshua 


Adams, Adam 


Jaquis, Aaron 


Willson, Andrew 


Adams, James 


Jaquis, Johnson 


Willson, James 


Alexander, Elisha 


Mallet, John 


Wire, Joseph 


Barker, Caleb 


Maxwell, Thomas 




Barns, Henry 


Polly, Asahel 





Capt. J. White's Company, Lieut. Col. A. Merrill's Regiment. 

From June 20 to June 22, and Sept. 10 to Sept. 28, 1814. Raised at Bowdoinham. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Benjamin Randall, Sergeant 


Privates. 


John White, Captain 


George Jackson, Corporal 


Aderton, Jolm 


Charles Jennings, Lieutenant 


William White, Corporal 


Bates, Frederic 


Josiah Sandford, Ensign 


John Starbird, Corporal 


Bates, James 




Dunmer Mitchell, Jr., Corporal 


Bragdon, Daniel 


Enoch Libby, Sergeant 


Daniel Plummer, Musician 


Brown, Matthew 


William WiUson, Sergeant 


Samuel Harlow, Musician 


Buker, Samuel 


Joseph Totman, Sergeant 




Collier, William 



' This 13 the way the companies appear in the records, but there is doubt as to the correctness of the dates. 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



233 



Capt. J. White's Company, Lieut. Col. A. Merrill's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Plummer, Isaac 


Varman, Ralph 


Curtis, Obodiah 


Ra\nnond, Benianiin 


Waterhouse, Benjamin 


Dingley, John 


Ridley, Daniel 


Waterhouse, Elias 


Dinsmorc, Charles 


Ridley, WiUiam 


Waterhouse, James 


Hershcl, Ebenezer D. 


Rolhns, Dayid 


Waterhouse, Zenus 


Jack, Josejih 


Sanilford, James 


Watson, Saul 


Lancaster, Joseph, Jr. 


Searles, Sylvester 


Webber, Loring 


Meder, Edward 


Shaw, Thomas 


Webber, Samuel 


Mitchell, Charles 


Stimson, John 


Webber, Stephen 


Newel, Zebulon 


Stinson, Abiel 


Webber, Stephen, Jr. 


Pain, Samuel 


Tibbets, John 


Williams, Samuel 


Plunimer, Aaron 


Toothaker, Joseph 





Capt. P. Whitney's Company, Lieut. Col. A. Merrill's Regiment. 

From June 20 to June 22, and Sept. 10 to Sept. 28, 1814. Rai-sed at Lisbon. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Peterson, Benjamin 


Peter Whitney, Captain 


Beal, William 


Pierce, Daniel 


David Green, Lieutenant 


Blethen, Increase 


Sawyer, Joseph 


William Blake, Ensign 


Blethen, Reuben 


Smith, Isaac 




Coombs, Joseph 


Smith, Nathan 


Gideon Curtis, Sergeant 


Coombs, William 


Southeiland, Alexander, Jr. 


Benjamin Southerland, Sergeant 


Dain, Ebenezer 


Stackpole, Cornelius 


Benjamin Whitney, Sergeant 


Dain, William, Jr. 


Stan wood, Samuel 


John Godfrey, Sergeant 


Green, James 


Warren, Edmund 


John A. Thompson, Corporal 


Kimbal, Phineas 


Webber, Joseph 


Job Bleatheii, Corporal 


Lambert, Thomas 




Zebulon Blake, Corporal 


Neal, William 





Capt. A. Dwinal's Company, Lieut. Col. A. Merrill's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Sept. 2.s, 1N14. liaised at Li.sljon. Servic-e at Ualh. 



Rank .and Name. 
Aaron Dwinal, Captain 
Thomas Henderson, Lieutenant 
Abel Curtis, EiLsign 

WiUiam Bucknam, Sergeant 
Stephen Foss, Sergeant 
Samuel Moocly, Sergeant 
Wilham Woodard, Sergeant 
Thomas Small, Corporal 
John B. Dyer, Corporal 
Thomas Owen, Corporal 
Lemuel Woodard, Corporal 
Dudley D. Young, Musician 
Nathaniel Eames, Musician 
Edward Woodbury, Musician 

Privates. 
Andrews, Ephraim 
Arras, James 
Arras, Thomas L. 
Ai'zas, Patrick 
Atwood, John 
Baker, Saul 
Bickford, Aaion 
Bickford, ^^■illiam 
Blake, Jacob 
Boothbay, John 
Cowing, Thomas 
Crowley, Jeremiah 



Gushing, John 
Cushman, Isaac 
Cushman, Lewis 
Davis, Jonathan 
Denerson, Solomon 
Donnell, Benjamin 
Dunning, Joshua 
Dwinal, Simeon 
Frasier, James 
Gilbert, Lee 
Goold, John 
Goold, Moses 
Ham, Israel 
Hanson, Hiram 
Harmon, Levi 
Heath, Samuel 
Hendei'son, Moses 
Henry, Samuel, Jr. 
Higgins, Dyer 
Hinkley, Edmund 
Hinkley, John 
Hinkley, Thomas 
Hinkley, Thomas W. 
Hinkley, William 
Hopkins, Isaac 
Jackson, Aaron 
Jordan, Andrew 
Kelgore, Caleb 
Littlefield, Samuel 
Mayall, John 



Metcalf , Tuel 

Moody, Nathan 

Morefield, Eliakim 

Nowell, John 

Parker, John 

Sinclair, John 

Sinklcy or Hinkley, Nathaniel 

Small, James 

Smith, Archibald 

Smith, Charles, Jr. 

Smith, George 

Smith, James 

Smith, William 

SmuUen, Joseph 

Stafford, Edward 

Staple, Hosea 

StiiLson, Mark 

Thompson, Phineas 

Tibbets, Enoch 

Tibbets, Paul 

Toothaker, Ephraim 

Vosmas, John 

Wliitmore, Jacob 

Whitney, Nathan 

Wilson, William 

Woodard, Joseph 



Staple, Isaac 
Wales, Sanmel 



Waiters. 



234 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. D. Haynes' Company, Lieut. Col. A. Merrill's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Sept. 28, 1814. Raised at Bowdoinham. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Curtis, Barstow 


Orr, Gershom 


David Haynes, Captain 


Curtis, Levi 


Page, John 


Samuel Coombs, Lieutenant 


Eaton, Enoch 


Paine, Joshua 




Fisher, John, Jr. 


Purrington, Nathaniel 


William Brooker, Jr., Sergeant 


Fisher, Thomas 


Purrington, Williana 


Jeremiah Mallay, Sei-geant 


Fisher, William 


Reed, James B. 


John Prcbblo, Sergeant 


Graves, Johnson 


Sampson, William 


Enoch Elliot, Musician 


Graves, Thomas 


Spear, Robert 


James Woodworth, Musician 


Heddon, George 


Spear, Thomas 




Henry, John 


Stanforth, Warren 


Privates. 


Jack, Saul 


Staples, Robert 


Barnes, Benjamin 


Jordan, Samuel 


Stewart, Joseph 


Cobb, Cyrus 


Keith, Asa 


Tarbox, Philip 


Cobb, Saul 


Littlefield, Calvin A. 


Welch, Mark 



Capt. S. True's Company, Lieut. Col. A. Merrill's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Sept. 28, 1814. liaised at Lisbcjii. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Farrow, Josiah 


Jordan, Valentine 




Samuel True, Captain 


Farrow, Nathan 


Libby, Rufus 




Thomas Hewey, Lieutenant 


Farrow, Reuben 


Marr, John 




Samuel Mallet, Ensign 


Firbush, Isaac 


Maxwell, Richard 






Firbush, John 


Maxwell, Solomon 




J. Londborn, Sergeant 


Frost, Gardner 


McFarland, William 




John Smith, Sergeant 


Gilpatrick, Christopher 


McKinney, Lot 




Peter Garcebon, Sergeant 


Gilpatrick, Nathaniel 


Moodv, Elias 




David Si^offord, Sergeant 


Gilpatrick, Timotliy 


Niles, Jeremiah 




Elias Colby, Musician 


Gould, Nathan 


Niles, Robert H. 




John Hanscomb, Musician 


Grant, Benjamin 


Noble, Stephen 






Gray, James 


Orrs, John 




Privates. 


Haley, Joshua 


Potter, Joseph 




Anderson, Jacob 


Hamilton, Aaron 


Potter, Thomas 




Bassford, Nathaniel 


Harlow, Josiah 


Prebble, Zebulon 




Brown, David 


Hewejr, David 


Robinson, Samuel 




Chase, Nahum 


Hewey, Joseph, Jr. 


Spofford, Greenlief 




Cherrne, Abner 


Hewey, Samuel 


Spofford, Moody 




Colby, James, Jr. 


Higgin, Timothy 


Storer, Jedediah 




Crocket, John 


Jack, Jacob 


Temple, Joseph 




Dalton, William A. 


Jack, Samuel 


Thompson, Samuel 




Bearing, Sanmel 


Jones, Belcher 


Weymouth, H. 


s- 


Dennat, Samuel 


Jones, Isaac 


Weymouth, Nathan 




Eaton, William 


Jordan, Benjamin 


Weymouth, Nathaniel 




Farrow, James 


Jordan, Dominicus 


Weymouth, Thomas 




Farrow, John 


Jordan, Robert 







Capt. J. Wilson's Company, Lieut. Col. A. Merrill's Regiment. 

From June 20 to June 22, 1814. Raised at Topsham. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Farrin, John 


John Wilson, Jr., Captain 


Barron, Charles 


Farrin, William 


Nathaniel Sandford, Lieutenant 


Coombs, David 


Flagg, Da\ad 




Coombs, John 


Gray, Daniel 


Hugh Patten, Sergeant 


Coombs, John, 2d 


Haley, Peletiah, Jr. 


Daniel E. Tucker, Sergeant 


Coombs, Thomas 


Hewey, Jonathan, Jr. 


Benjamin Thompson, Sergeant 


Dinsmorc, Prince 


HiggiiLs, Jeremiah 


Thomas Wilson, Sergeant 


Dudley, Elihu 


Hinckley, Samuel 


Nathaniel Bunker, Sergeant 


Dunlap, John I. 


Huley, John 


John Dearborn, Musician 


Fall, Stephen 


Jameson, John 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEEE MILITIA IN THE "WAR OF 1812. 



235 



Capt. J. Wilson's Company, Lieut. Col. A. Merrill's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Perkins, Enoch, 2d 


Welsh, Daniel 


Littlcfield, Moses 


Perkins, Levi 


Whitten, Joseph 


Lord, John 


Roberts, Mark 


Wilson, Adam 


Marrs, John, Jr. 


Sergeant, John 


Wilson, Humphrey 


Melcher, Abner 


Tarr, Clark 


Wilson, James 


Metcalf, Benjamin 


Tate, William 


Wilson, John H. 


Patten, Actor 


Thompson, Alexander 


Wilson, Samuel 


Patten, William, Jr. 


Thompson, Saul 


Wood, Samuel 


Fennel, Joshua 


Thurlow, Joshua 




Perkins, Enoch 


Varney, Enoch 





Capt. J. Wilson's Company of Drafted Militia, in Service of United States, under Command of Lieut. Col. Abel Merrill. 

From Aug. 1 to Nov. 1, 1814. Stationed at Bath, Huncwell's Point and Georgetown. 



Rank and Name. 


Danforth, Isaac 


Maxwell, Thomas 


John Wilson, Captain 


Dunlap, Isaac 


McDaniel, Major 


Moses M. Marsh, Lieutenant 


Dunlap, jNIartin 


Mcintosh, Nathan 




Eaton, Abel 


Mitchell, Ammi 


Samuel S. Cummings, Sergeant 


Foster, John 


Morrison, Nathaniel 


Benjamin Owen, Sergeant 


Erasure, James 


Oliver, James 


Joseph Jack, Sergeant 


Gammon, Samuel 


Oliver, John 


Benjamin Thompson, Sergeant 


Gardner, John 


Osgood, Hazen 


Hugh Rogers, Sergeant 


Gatchell, John 


Pettingill, Sumner 


Matthew Hinckley, Corporal 


Gowell, Charles 


Pray, Edmund 


Dean Kimball, Corporal 


Haley, James 


Radcliff, Henry 


John Mt'Manus, Jr., Corporal 


Hall, WiUiam 


Ridley, Mark 


Davis Hanniford, Corporal 


Hallet, Avory 


Rollins, David 


Isaac Hojikins, Corporal 


Hanniford, William 


Rollins, Joseph 


John Dearborn, Musician 


Harwood, Otis 


Sanliorn, Bradbury 




Hinckley, Edmund 


Smith, Benjamin 


Privates. 


Hinckley, John 


Smith, Jeremiali 


Adams, Daniel 


Hinckley, Samuel W. 


Spinney, Ephi-aim 


Bassett, Lewis 


Hodgkins, Samuel B. 


Stanwood, James 


Beal, Ebenezer 


Huff, Samuel 


Stinson, Samuel 


Brown, Matthew 


Jordan, Benjamin 


Toothaker, Gideon 


Coombs, Asa, Jr. 


Kilgorc, William 


Weymouth, Archibald 


Coombs, Joseph 


Kilpatrick, Joseph 


Wilson, James 


Coombs, Thomas 


Lane, William 





Lieut. R. Hunter's Company, Lieut. Col. A. Merrill's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Sept. 28, 1814. Raised at Topsham. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Noyes, John 


Robert Hunter, Lieutenant 


Allen, John 


Powers, Robert 


Nathaniel Potter, Ensign 


Campbell, Moses 


Sampson, Thomas 




Conant, Oliver 


Sma 1, James 


EUsha Patterson, Sergeant 


Crocker, Waldron 


Snow, Isaac 


Thomas Lewis, Sergeant 


Dunliam, James 


Spears, George 


Ezeldel Raymond, Sergeant 


Haiden, William 


Stinson, William 


Wanton Riileout, Sergeant 


Hathorn, Samuel 


Thompson, James 


Leonard Eaton, Musician 


Hogen, Charles 


Whitney, Abiezer 




Lydstone, Roby 


Whitney, Abraham 




McFellan, Warren 


Whitney, Jonathan 



236 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Lieut. N. Sandford's Company, Lieut. Col. A. Merrill's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Sept. 28, 1S14. Raised .at Bowdoin. Service at Bath. 



R.\NK AND N.\ME. 


Eaton, Charles 


Melcher, Abner 


Nathaniel Sandford, Lieutenant 


Fall, Stephen 


Metcalf, Benjamin 


Saul Veazie, Ensign 


Ferrin, Eben, 2d 


Patten, Wilham 




Ferrin, John 


Pennel, Joshua 


Thomas Wilson, Sergeant 


Ferrin, William 


Perkins, Levi 


Hugh Patton, Sergeant 


Fuller, CoiLstant 


Robert, Mark 


Daniel Tucker, Sergeant 


Gray, Solomon 


Tarr, Clark 


Jolm Haley, 2d, Sergeant 


Haley, Pcletiah, 2d 


Thompson, Samuel, 2d 




Hamblin, Saul 


Varnev, Enoch 


Privates. 


Hewey, Jonathan 


White, Elijah, 2d 


Akley, William 


Higgins, Jeremiah 


Whitten, Joseph 


Banan, Charles 


Hinckley, Samuel 


Wilson, Humphrey (?) 


Bunker, Nathan 


Jameson, John 


Wilson, James 


Cole, James 


Libby, Nahum 


Wilson, ,John H. 


Doughty, Elijah 


Lord, John 


Wood, Saul 


Dunlap, John, 2d 


Mans, John, 2d 


Work, William 



Lieut. Col. H. Moore's Regiment. 
From Sept. 12 to Sept. 27, 1814. Service at Wiscasset. 



Field and Staff. 
Herbert Moore, Lieutenant Colonel, Win- 
slow 
Nathan Stanly, Major, Harlem 
Daniel Stevens, Major, Fairfax 
Joseph Clark, Adjutant, Clinton 



Daniel Hayden, Quartermaster 
Stephen Thayer, Surgeon, Vassalborough 
Wliiting Robinson, Surgeon's Mate, 
Plimpton 



Noncommissioned Staff. 
Henry Johnson, Sergeant Major 
Asher Hinds, Quartermaster Sergeant 
James Crosby, Drum Major 
William Crosby, Fife Major 



Capt. J. L. Child's Company, Lieut. Col. H. Moore's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 27, 1814. Raised at Winslow. Service at Wisca,sset. 



Rank and Name. 


Dingley, Nathan 


Richards, Daniel 


James L. Child, Captain 


Drummond, Clark 


Richardson, Ebenezer 


Washington Heald, Lieutenant 


Fife, James 


Richardson, Samuel 


William Getchell, Ensign 


Fletcher, William 


Ross, Wentworth 




Getchell, Asa 


Small, Phineas 


William Harvey, Sergeant 


Getchell, Stephen 


Spring, Wilham 


James Heald, Sergeant 


Gould, John 


Swift, Joseph 


Joel Crosby, Sergeant 


Ham, William 


Thompson, Jeremiah B. 


Abram Bean, Sergeant 


Hayden, Charles, Jr. 


Wilson, Ephraim, Jr. 


Alvin Blackwell, Corporal 


Heald, Joseph 


Wilson, Luke 


Richard V. Havden, Corporal 


Howard, Zepheon 


Wilson, Samuel 


Simeon Heald, Corporal 


Libby, Daniel 


Winship, Benjamin 


Elisha Ellis, Corporal 


Paine, Frederick 


Wood, Butler 




Pilsbury, George 


Wyman, William 


Privates. 


Pollard, Levi 




Abbott, George 


Pollard, William 


Waiter. 


Abbott, Stephen 


Pressey, Thomas. J. 


Mclntyre, Samuel 


Barton, Hernand C. 


Reynolds, Adna 




Bates, Samuel 


Rhodes, Rufus 





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Capt. D. Crowell's Company, Lieut. Col. H. Moore's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 27, 1S14. Raised at Harlem (now China). Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Monk, WilUam, Jr. 


Daiiiel Crowell, Captain 


Bui-gess, David, 2d 


Pratt, Wilham 


Nathaniel Spratt, Lieutenant 


Burgess, Richard 


Rundel, Reuben 


Zalmana AVashburn, Ensign 


Chase, Moses 


Spratt, George 




Crowell, David 


Spratt, James 


Jonathan Furber, Sergeant 


Crowell, John, Jr. 


Tarbell, .Josiah 


Elisha Clark, Sergeant 


Doe, David 


Ward, Nehemiah 


Jabish Crowell, Sergeant 


Hamlin, Isaiah 


Webber, Svh'anus 


Thomas Ward, Jr., Sergeant 


Hamlin, Josiah 


Woodbridge, Paul D. 


Samuel Branch, Corporal 


Hanson, Joshua 


WjTnan, Ezekiel, Jr. 


David Spratt, Corporal 


Lancaster, James, Jr. 




Samuel Ward, Corporal 


Lancaster, Joseph 


Waiter. 


James Wiggins, Corporal 


Lancaster, Robert 


Crowell, Elbridge 


Epliraim Clark. 3d, JNIusician 


McLaughlin, Benjamin 




Jonathan Doe, Musician 


McLaughlin, Jacob 





Capt. J. Farwell's Company, Lieut. Col. H. Moore's Regiment. 
From Sept. 12 to Sept. 27, 1814. Raised at Vassalborough. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Hedge, Seth 


Jeremiah Farwell, Captain 


Basset, Jabez 


Home, WiUiam 


Aaron Garlin, Lieutenant 


Basset, Joseph 


Howard, Libbeus 




Chadburn, Francis 


Lovejoy, Nathaniel, Jr. 


Charles Webber, Sergeant 


Cowen, Thomas 


Matthews, Winslow 


Eh French, Sergeant 


Davis, Asa 


Niebbs, Moses 


John G. Hall, Sergeant 


Farnsworth, Chejihas 


Nottage, Henry 


Elijah Alorse, Sergeant 


Farwell, Hannibal 


Nubbs, Amos 


Benjamin Basset, Corporal 


Faught, James 


Packard, Nathaniel 


Nathaniel Marchent, Corporal 


Faught, Nathaniel 


PoUard, William 


Heman Sturgiss, Corporal 


Garhn, Thomas 


RandaU, Caleb 


Luke Shaw, Corporal 


Gould, James 


Risly, John 


John Lovejoy, Musician 


Hacker, Echnund 


Rollins, James 




HaDet, Soule 


Snell, Edward 




Hallet, William S. 


Wiggin, James 




Haws, David 





Capt. R. Fletcher's Company, Lieut. Col. H. Moore's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Oct. 1, 1S14. Raised at Harlem (now China). Service at Wiscasset. 



R.\NK AND Name. 
Robert Fletcher, Captain 
Nathaniel Bragg, Lieutenant 
Caleb Pahneter, Ensign 

John Weeks, Sergeant 
John Whetely, Sergeant 
Wilham Bradford, Sergeant 
Jedediah Fairfield, Sergeant 
Nathaniel Evens, Corporal 
Daniel Fowler, Corporal 
Daniel Bragg, Corporal 
Epliraim AVeeks, Corporal 
Thomas Burrell, Musician 
Timothy Waterhouse, Musician 



Baker, Jonathan 
Balcomb, Lima 
Bean, Daniel 



Privates. 



Bragg, David 
Bragg, Isaac 
Bragg, Nathan 
Bryant, David 
Burrell, Abram, Jr. 
Chadwick, Sylvanus 
Grummet, John 
Doe, Andrew 
Evens, Thomas 
Getchell, David 
Givens, Ebenezer 
Gray, Daniel 
Gray, Jonathan 
Gray, Nathaniel 
Gray, Samuel 
Hammon, Frederick 
Hanson, Andrew H. 
Hanson, Caleb, Jr. 
Hanson, Samuel 
Haskell, Benjamin 



Haskell, William 
Hatch, Ezra 
Haws, James 
Lombard, John 
McLaughUn, Abraham 
McNull, Vryling S. 
Moore, Oliver 
Moore, Robert 
Morrell, Jedediah 
Mosher, AVilham 
Norton, Jacob 
Norton, Joseph 
Norton, Thomas 
Norton, Zachariah 
Palmeter, Joseph 
Prentice, Jesse 
Prentice, Philo 
Prentice, Saul 
Purkins, Ephraim 
Stewart, George 



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Capt. R. Fletcher's Company, Lieut. Col. H. Moore's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 
Stutley, Daniel 
Thomp.son, John 
Varney, Jedediah 
Ward, William 



Weeks, Braddock 
Whitley, Benjamin 
AVhitley, William, Jr. 



Waiters. 
Bragg, Nathaniel, 3d 
Bragg, Royal 
Norton, Nathaniel 



Capt. I. Hall's Company, Lieut. Col. H. Moore's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 27, 1814. . Raised at Clinton. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Hudson, Samuel 


Trial Hall, Captain 


Barton, Nathan 


Hunter, David 


James Gray, Lieutenant 


Brackett, Moses 


Hunter, James 


Israel Richardson, Ensign 


Brown, Asa, Jr. 


McNcUy, James 




Brown, Isaac, Jr. 


Michels, James 


Saul Ha-y'wood, Sergeant 


Brown, Jonathan 


Rand, WilUam 


Nathaniel Brown, Sergeant 


Brown, Luke 


Richardson, Andrew 


John Fitzgerald, Sergeant 


Burton, Ebenezer 


Richardson, Roliert 


William M. Carr, Sergeant 


Carl, Jonatlian 


Richard.son, Samuel 


William Richardson, Corporal 


Da\'is, Samuel 


Roundy, Amos 


Peter Robinson, Corporal 


Ferguson, John 


Roundv, David 


David Gray, Corporal 


Fitzgerald, William 


Small, Nathan 


George Flagg, Corporal 


Foss, Joel 


Spaulding, Andrew 


Rufus Bartlett, Musician 


Fox, Israel 


Spiner, Rex 


Saul Gibson, Musician 


Heald, Odiorne 
Hinds, Benjamin 


Winn, Japheth 



Capt. J. Moore's Company, Lieut. Col. H. Moore's Regiment. 

From Se|>t. 12 to Sept. 27, LS14. Raised at CUnton. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Boston, Joseph 


Lewis, Ebenezer 


John Moore, Captain 


Cain, David 


Lewis, Ebenezer, 2d 


William Spearcn, Lieutenant 


Cone, David 


Libliv, Levi 


Nathan Brackett, Ensign 


Cone, Isaac 


Merrill, Eliiihalet 




Cone, Oliver 


Morrison, Dependence 


Isaac Holt, Sergeant 


Cone, Samuel, Jr. 


Nelson, William 


Amos Decker, Sergeant 


Cozens, Nathaniel 


Pratt, James, Jr. 


Josejih Spearen, Sergeant 


Decker, Joshua, Jr. 


Priest, Joel 


William Fames, Sergeant 


Dunbar, Jacob 


Reynolds, Parmenas 


Caleb Goodwin, Corporal 


Freeze, Abraham 


Shaw, Advardis 


Samuel Peavev, Corporal 


Gifford, John 


Shaw, Francis 


Asa Pratt, Corporal 


Gilman, Samuel 


Smith, James 


James I^orcl, Corporal 


Goodrich, Noah 


Smith, John M. 


Henry Ford, Musician 


Goodwin, Jedediah 


Smith, Moses 


Timothy Chase, Musician 


Goodwin, Miles 


Thornton, Joshua 




Hutcliinson, Samuel 


True, Abner 


Privates. 


Jaquith, Andrew 


Varmun, Samuel, Jr. 


Bagley, Green 


Joy, James 


Wing, Jabez 


Barrett, Thomas 


Leavitt, David 


Winn, William 



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Capt. B. Robinson's Company, Lieut. Col. H. Moore's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 tu Sept. 27, 1814. Raised at Fairfax. Service at Wiscasaet. 



Rank and Name. 


Prii'dtes. 


Libby, Ebenezer 


Bonjamin Robinson, Captain 


Baker, Benjamin 


McLaughlin, John 


Thomas Harlow, Lieutenant 


Baker, Zachariah 


Morse, Bezaleel 


Benjamin Lewis, Ensign 


Bean, Simon 


Shorrv, Daniel 




Bessey, Ephraim 


Stackpole, William 


Warren Drake, Sergeant 


Brackett, James 


Sturteford, Jonas 


Hiram Bracliett, Sergeant 


Dexter, Gideon 


Wiggins, Charles 


Stephen Bragg, Sergeant 


Fry, John 


Wing, Ezekiel 


Ebenezer Shaw, Sergeant 


Handy, Lemuel 


Wing, Steplien 


Washington Dratce, Corporal 


Hanson, James 


Woodsman, Daniel, Jr. 


Richartl Hand^', Corporal 


Harlow, Sylvanus, Jr. 




Oliver Baker, Corporal 


Hawley, William 


Waiter. 


Moses Dow, Corporal 


Hussey, William 


Weeks, Charles 


Zebulon Morse, Musician 


Lewis, Charles 




Asa Burrell, Musician 


Lewis, Samuel 





Capt. J. Wellington's Company, Lieut. Col. H. Moore's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 27, 1814. Raised at Fairfax. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Cally, William 


Rollins, Nathaniel 


Joel Wellington. Captain 


Cammett, Jonathan 


Rolhns, Samuel 


Saul Kidder, Lieutenant 


Chalmers, Scotland 


Rollins, Thomas 


Ebenezer Stratton, Ensign 


Clark, Thomas 


Spencer, James 




Farnham, Benjamin 


Spiller, Samuel 


Saul Libbv, Sergeant 


Farnham, Joshua 


Stackjiole, Josepli 


James Chalmers, Sergeant 


Farnham, Rufus 


Stratton, Austin 


James Skillin, Sergeant 


Glidden, John 


Stratton, James 


Charles Stratton, Sergeant 


Hawes, Seth 


Stratton, Paul 


Saul Tarbell, Corporal 


Kimball, Charles 


Sylvester, Joseph 


John Jackson, Corporal 


Lessett, Robert 


Tarbell, Benjamin 


John Kitlder, Jr., Corporal 


Libby, David 


Taylor, Elnathan 


Samuel Stackpole, Jr., Corporal 


Marden, George 


Varney, Silas 


Benjamin Reed, Jr.. Musician 


Murdough, Robert 


Walker, Joseph 


Thaddeus Broad, Musician 


Phillips, Southerland 


Wentworth, Timothy 




Piper, Silas 


Woodcock, Isaac 


Prioates. 


Plummer, Aaron 




Abbot, John 


Plummer, John 


Waiters. 


Barnard, Josiah 


Pollard, Henry D. 


Barnard, John 


Briant, Xehemiah 


Pratt, \'incent 


Chalmers, John 


Broadstreet, John 


Reed, Perrin 


Stratton, Ness 


Brown, John 


Reed, Samuel W. 




Buxton, Ebenezer 


Rollins, George 





Capt. J. Wing's Company, Lieut. Col. H. Moore's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 27, 1S14. Raised at Vassalborough. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Farriss, Benjamin 


James Wing, Captain 


Boswell, William, Jr. 


Field, George 


Levi Maynard, Lieutenant 


Bragg, William 


Freeman, Richard 


Nehemiah Gould, Ensign 


Buckminster, William 


Getchell, Abial 




Burgess, Samuel 


Getchell, Edmund, Jr. 


Elijah Robinson, Sergeant 


Burgess, Zadock 


Getchell, Elihu, Jr. 


Moses Rollins, Sergeant 


Carlton, Thomas 


Getchell, Howard H. 


Stephen Low, Sergeant 


Clement, Cyrus 


Jackson, Alexander, 2d 


Josiah Priest, Sergeant 


Coburn, George 


Kates, Edmund 


Levi Chadburn, Corporal 


Dickey, William 


Law, John 


Amasa Starkey, Corporal 


Doe, John 


Lewis, Elisha 


John Flv, Corporal 


Doe, John, 2d 


McKonney, George 


Reuben Priest, Corporal 


Doe, Jonathan 


Merrill, Peter, Jr. 


Enoch Marshall, Musician 


Doe, Nathaniel, Jr. 


Parker, Simeon 


Stephen Townsend, Musician 


Ewer, John, Jr. 


Pease, Thomas 



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Capt. J. Wing's Company, Lieut. Col. H. Moore's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 
Priest, Timothy 
Sewall, Daniel 
Stewart, Charles 
Studley, John 
Taylor, Abner 



Taylor, Abram 
Taylor, John, Jr. 
Wliite, John 
Williams, Benjamin, Jr. 
Worthen, Lewis 



Parker, Joseph 



Waiter. 



Capt. D. Wyman's Company, Lieut. Col. H. Moore's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 27, 1814. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Randall, Thomas 




Daniel Wyman, Captain 


Austin, Robert 


Richardson, Seth 




Alexander Jackson, Lieutenant 


Brown, John, Jr. 


Samson, David 




William Tarbell, Ensign 


Clark, Thomas 


Seward, John, Jr. 






Coleman, John 


Smart, Levi 




Thomas Hawes, Sergeant 


Cross, Nathaniel 


Smart, Richard 




Daniel Whitehouse, Sergeant 


Cross, Saul 


Smith, William 




Zenas Perscval, Sergeant 


Cross, William 


Stevens, Jacob 




Rolen Frye, Sergeant 


Dearborn, Asa 


Warren, John 




John Clay, Corporal 


Dearborn, John 


Warren, Richard, Jr. 




Gershom Clark, Corporal 


Freeman, Nathaniel 


Wentworth, Jonathan 




Thomas Whitehouse, Cor joral 


Freeman, Reuben 


Willey, Charles 




Jonathan Smart, Corporal . 


Gifford, .Joseph 


W\anan, Fairfield 




George Webber, Musician 


Hawes, Ebenezer 


W\auan, William 






Lord, Peter 


Wyman, Zebcdee 





Lieut. B. J. Radcliff' s Company, Lieut. Col. H. Moore's Regiment. 

I>om Sept. 12 to Sept. 27, 1814. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Carl, Robert 


Mitchell, JoseiJh 


Benjamin J. Radcliff, Lieutenant 


Comfort, Richard 


Mitchell, Joseph, 2d 


Zadock Gould, Ensign 


Connor, Jeremiah 


Murch, Ebenezer 




Cookson, Reuben 


Murch, Josiah 


Daniel Small, Sergeant 


Drake, Richard 


Nickery, David 


Aaron McKenney, Sergeant 


Drake, William 


Nickerv, Joel 


Amariah Hardin, Jr., Sergeant 


Elder, Hanson 


Paine, John 


Enoch Stout, Sergeant 


Farwell, Ebenezer 


Parkhin'st, Elislia 


Charles Bickmore, Corporal 


Force, Nathaniel 


Parkhurst, Nathan 


William Swan, Corporal 


Fowler, Nathan 


Rickerson, Nehemiah 


Josiali Cookson, Corporal 


Fowler, Thomas 


Runnels, Daniel 


Benjamin Melvin, Corporal 


GUdden, .John C. 


Small, Isaac 


Benjamin Bither, Musician 


Ham, Enoch 


Sparrow, Stephen 


Ehsha Bither, Musician 


Hardy, Stejihon 


Spring, Jacob 




Hopkins, Chandler 


Stevens, Ebenezer 


Privates. 


Hopkins, Ricliard 


Stone, Zachariah 


Basto, Israel 


Hopkins, Theodore 


Trueworthv, Daniel 


Bickmore, John 


Hiu'd, Hiram 


Trueworthv, Jacob 


Bither, Peter 


Kellev, Sanuiel 


Webb, John 


Briggs, Enos 


Kirk, William 


Webb, Pearson 


Brooks, Francis 


Laraljee, John 


Wilson, Lemuel 


Burnham, John 


Libbv, Dean S. 


Wood, George 


Call, Reuben 


McDonald, John 


Wood, Henry 


Carl, Asa 


McManners, Daniel 




Carl, Nathaniel 


Mitchell, Benjamin 





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Lieut. Col. M. Nichols' Regiment. 

From Sept. 7 to Sept. 19, 1S14. 



Field and Staff. 
Martin Nichols, Lieutenant 

Portland 
John Pratt, Major, Portland 
John Storer, Major, Portland 



Colonel, 



John Sampson, Adjutant, Portland 
Edward Barneywcll, Adjutant, Portland 
Christopher Wright, Quartermaster, 

Portland 
William Swan, Paymaster, Portland 



Nathaniel Coffin, Surgeon, Portland 
John Merrill, Surgeon's Mate, Portland 
George Hall, Chaplain, Portland 



Muster Roll of Capt. A. W. Atherton's Company.' 

April 16, 1814. Senace at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Kimball, Charles 


Abel W. Atherton, Captain 


Bowman, Joshua 


Kimball, James 


Henry Smith, Lieutenant 


Butman, Henry 


Lelland, Joseph M., Jr. 


John Watson, Ensign 


Chase, Caleb S. 


Lewis, Thomas 




Clark, George 


Maxwell, Joseph 


William B. Sewall, Sergeant 


Cobb, Smith W., Jr. 


Merrill, Joseph 


.Vrthur Shirley, Sergeant 


Codman, Edward P. 


Mitchell, Reuben 


Joseph M. Gerrish, Sergeant 


Cross, Amos H. 


Myltic or Myttic, James 


William P. Davis, Sergeant 


Cross, Leonard 


Pearson, Henry S. 


John .\dams. Corporal 


Curry, Edward 


PhiDip.?, Seth 


Thomas Chadwick, Corporal 


Dana, Lutlier 


Raclilyeft, Nelson 


Henry Jones, Corporal 


Field, Stephen 


Sawj'er, Joseph 


Ahiel W. Tinkham, Corporal 


Griffin, Leonard 


Shirley, Joshua 


John P. Thurston, Corporal 


Hartshorn, Ohver T. 


Smith, William 


Benjamin Tukev, Corporal 


Hersey, Elias 


Stoyer, George D. 


Cliarles Atherton, Corporal 


Hill, George 


Thurston, Ezekiel 


Enoch Moulton, Corporal 


Horle, Joseph 


Tucker, James B. 


Seth Clark, Corporal 


Hyde, Jonathan L. 


Walker, Ezekiel 


Stewart Porter, Corporal 


Irying, John 


Warren, Henry 


Natlianiel Morton, Corporal 


Jewett, Joseph 


Warren, Thomas 


Benjamin Butmaii, Corporal 


Kenney, Benjamin W. 


Webber, Amos 


Thomas Todd, Musician 


Kent, Justin, Jr. 


Wheaton, Godfrey 



Capt. J. How's Company, Lieut. Col. M. Nichols' Regiment. 

From Sept. 2 to Sept. 19, and Sept. 26 to Oct. 3, 1814. Raised at Portland. Service at Portland. 



Rank .'vnd N.ame. 
Joseph How, Captain 
Nathan Nutter, Lieutenant 
Robert Noj^es, Ensign 

William Dinsdell, Sergeant 
Nathaniel Griffin, Sergeant 
John How, Sergeant 
George Bangs, Sergeant 
George Cross, Corporal 
Charles Parsons, Corporal 
Josiah Gage, Corporal 
Kinicum Randal, Corporal 

Privates. 
Anderson, Thomas 
Bean, John 



Beeman, Samuel 
Chadwick, Richard 
Chadwick, William 
Cobb, Ehsha 
Cobb, Robert 
Day, Abraham 
DoUcy, Ammizabad 
Dorset, Samuel 
Dresser, Mark 
Fluent, Nathan 
Frothingham, J. M. 
Fuller, Adam 
Gardner, David 
Hays, George 
How, Daniel 
Hoji, Wilham 
Keilog, James M. 



Ketson, Richard 
Kilbourn, Ivory 

Leavitt, William 
Mason, Jeremiah 
Mitchell, Joshua 
Moses, Henry 
Robie, Joseph 
Ross, Thomas 
Seavv, Rufus 
Tole,' Theophilus 
Welch, George 
Wiswell, Richard 



The record of this company is a muster roll for pay, but time for which is not specified. 



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Capt. A. Atherton's Company, Lieut. Col. M. Nichols' Regiment. 

From Sept. 7 to Sept. 19, 1814. Five days subseLiuent for vidette duty. Portland Rifle Corps, organized June 12, 1812. 



Rank and Name. 


Chase, Caleb S. 


Merrill, Joseph 


Abel Atherton, Captain 


Clark, Seth 


Mitchell, Reuben 


Henry Smith, Lieutenant 


Cross, Amos H. 


Moulton, Enoch 


Jolm Watson, Ensign 


Cross, Leonard 


Noble, Joseph 




Curry, Cadwalder 


Noyes, John P. 


William B. Sewall, Sergeant 


Dana, Luther 


Pearson, Henry S. 


Ai-thur Shirley, .Sergeant 


Field, Stephen 


Philiijs, Seth 


J. M. Gerrish, Sergeant 


Fox, George 


Potter, John 


William P. Davis, Sergeant 


Griffin, Leonard 


Radcliff, Nelson 


Thomas C'hadwick, Corporal 


Hartshorn, 01i^'er S. 


Sanger, Joseph 


Henry Jones, Corporal 


Heath, Justin 


Scott, Jolin 


Benjamin Tukey, Corporal 


Hoole, Joseph 


Shirley, Joshua 


Abiel W. Tinldiam, Corporal 


Hytlc, Jonathan L. 


Smith, William 




Kimljall, Charles 


Thurston, Ezekiel 


Privates. 


Kimliall, James 


Thurston, John P. 


Adams, John 


Lane, Alphonso F. 


Tucker, James B. 


Atherton, Charles 


Lewis, Thomas, Jr. 


WaUcer, Ezekiel 


Bowman, Joshua 


Martin, Nathaniel 


Wheaton, Godfrey 


Brooks, Charles 


Maxwell, Joseph 




Butman, Benjamin 


McLellan, Joseph, Jr. 





Capt. T. Baker's Company, Lieut. Col. M. Nichols' Regiment. 

From Sept. 7 to Sept. 19, and Sept. 26 to Oct. 3, 1814. Raised at Portland. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Burns, George, Jr. 


Jordan, Ezekiel 


Thomas Baker, Captain 


Carlton, Albert 


Knight, James 


Benjamin I. C'haso, Lieutenant 


Chase, Daniel 


Love, James 


John W. Chase, Ensign 


Corry, Ebenezer M. 


Mayhew, Thomas 




Cross, Nathaniel, Jr. 


Merrill, Francis 


William Warner, Sergeant 


Dawsett, John 


Miller, George 


Edward Pope, Sergeant 


Drinkwater, Bradford 


Richard, Edward 


Ezekiel Loring, Sergeant 


Drinliwater, Sewall 


Ryanson, Ebenezer (D.) 


William Coolige, Sergeant 


Gilford, Elijah 


Sawyer, Anthony 


Stephen Tarbox, Musician 


Gilford, James 


Sheafe, William 




Harlow, Homy 


Simonton, John 


Privates. 


Harmon, George (D.) 


Virgin, Jeremiah W. 


Beeman, Daniel 


Harris, Stephen 




Beeman, Ezra 


Hassack, Daniel 





Capt. E. Moody's Company, Lieut. Col. M. Nichols' Regiment. 

From Sept. 7 to Sept. 19, and Sept. 26 to Oct. 3, 1814. Raised at Portland. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Clark or Clerk, James 


Mountford, James 


Enoch Moody, Captain 


Coolbroth, Edward 


Pond, Caleb 


Dudly Cammett, Lieutenant 


Emery, William 


Porter, Jonathan 


William PoUyes, Jr., Ensign 


Goodhue, Richard 


Richardson, Luther 




Hammond, Thomas B. 


Robinson, Wootlberry 


Eleazer Gould, Sergeant 


Hanson, Josiah 


Ruimels, Saul 


Stephen Wait, Jr., Sergeant 


Hodgkins, Nathaniel 


Sawyer, William 


J. S. Jcwett, Sergeant . 


Hudson, Benjamin 


Stanton, John 


Lemuel Moody, Jr., Sergeant 


Knight, Robert 


Staples, Isaac 


John Canunett, Corporal 


Knight, Samuel 


Weeks, Daniel 




Lord, Benjamin 


Witherton, Wilham 


Privates. 


McLcllen, Elihu 




Baker, Alexander 


Moody, WiUiam, Jr. 




Barnes, James 


Mountford, Daniel, Jr. 





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Capt. J. Remick's Company, Lieut. Col. M. Nichols' Regiment. 

From Sept. 7 to Sept. 19, and Sept. 26 to Oct. 3, 1814. Raised at Portland. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Brj'ant, James, Jr. 


LiUa, Caleb 


John Remick, Captain 


Burnham, Amos 


Loring, Calvin 


Thomas Osgood, Lieutenant 


Buzzel, Nathaniel 


McFarlin, Robert 


Bradljurv C. Atwood, Ensign 


Chachviek, George 


McKennev, Enoch - 




Deland, Ezekiel 


Owen, Ebenezer, Jr. 


Joseph YeiY, Sergeant 


Dudly, Joseph 


Patterson, Benjamin 


Nathaniel Le Favor, Sergeant 


Elder, Jacob 


Smart, Anthonv 


William Norton, Sergeant 


Flint, James 


Smith, Joseph 


.loscph dishing, Sergeant 


Green, Robert S. 


Stickney, Nicholas 




Harden, William 


Stockman, John 


Privates. 


Hask, Samuel 


Thomas, John W. 


Berrv, .John 


Iviiight, Aljraham 


Tisdale, Dean 


Boston, Timothy 


Lewis, Hugh M. 


Todd, George 



Capt. N. Shaw's Company, Lieut. Col. M. Nichols' Regiment. 

From Sept. 7 to Sept. 19, and Sept. 26 to Oct. 3, 1S14. Raised at Portland. Service at Portland. Portland Light Infantry, organized June 



Raised at Portland. 
6, 1803. 



Ra\k and Name. 


Privates. 


McLaughlin, John 


Nathaniel Shaw, Captain 


Bradberry, Andrew 


Milikin, Phinehas 


.lohn H. Hall, Lieutenant 


Briggs, John 


Moyes, James 


James Poole, Jr., Ensign 


Chad well, John 


Neale, Benjamin 




Chamberlin, William 


Rice, Samuel 


Moses L Plummer, Sergeant 


Cobb, Stephen 


Roberts, Nathaniel 


Augu.stus Adams, Sergeant 


Dresser, John 


Ryers, John 


James Henly, Sergeant 


Ham, Jeremiah 


Spiller, Amos 


Stephen Noj-es, Corporal 


Ingram, Joseph 


Treats, James 


James Tukey, Corporal 


Inslj', Benjamin 


Warren, M. 


AMUiam Shaw, Corporal 


Lasley, Richard 


Whitmarsh, Charles 


John Foy, Musician 


Libby, Simon 


Wiswell, Joseph 


Rufus Porter, Musician 


Lunt, Isaac 





Capt. J. Skillings' Company, Lieut. Col. M. Nichols' Regiment. 

From Sept. 7 to Sept. 19, and Sept. 26 to Oct. 3, 1S14. Raised at Portland. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Fickett, Ephraim 


Mariner, James 


John Skillings, Captain 


Glazier, Joseph 


Marsh, George 


John Crocker, Lieutenant 


Gore or Gove, John 


McLelland, Alexander 


Henry Mange, Ensign 


Gould, Abner 


Morrison, Samuel 




Haggett, William 


Osgood, Thomas D. 


Eleazer Hohnes, Sergeant 


Hamblet, John P. 


Plummer, Thomas 


Joshua Dver, Sergeant 


' Hanson, Moses 


Roberts, Joseph 


John T. Ho-\^, Sergeant 


Hasty, Nathaniel 


Scott, Peter 


Daniel Herrick, Sergeant 


Hilton, Samuel 


Seavy, David 




Hodges, George 


Simonton, James 


Privates. 


Huchins, Daniel 


Smith, Jonathan 


Bartlet, Robert 


Ingraham, G. T. 


Townsend, Nathaniel 


Bell, William 


Jones, Cyrus 


Twambley, WilUam 


Bradford, Andrew 


Jordan, Asa 


Warren, Abraham 


Causwell, Allen 


Lane, Ezekiel 


Webster, Nathaniel 


Crockett, Joseph 


Larrabee, Joseph 


Winship, Jonas 


Degiio, John 


Libby, Enos 




Fessenden, John 


Libby, Hugh 





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Capt. J. W. Smith's Company, Lieut. CoL M. Nichols' Regiment. 

From Sept. 7 to Sept. 19, and Sept. 26 to Oct. 3, 1814. Service at Portland, Portland Mechanic Blues. Organized June 24, 1807. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Niles, Stephen H., Jr. 


John W. Smith, Captain 


Alexander, Jeremiah 


Richard, Willard 


Friend Loring, Lieutenant 


Belford, Davis 


Runnels, Job 


Francis Douglass, Ensign 


Canney, Benjamin 


Smith, Benjamin 




Clough, David 


Smith, Moses 


John Rieker, Sergeant 


Farley, Charles 


Todd, Thomas 


Eliphalet Wliarf, Sergeant 


Hamblin, Ichabod 




Nathan Hubbard, Sergeant 


Horn, James 




Jo.siah Pennell, Corporal 


Loring, George 




James Seavey, Corporal 


Merrill, Enos 




Joseph Benny, Corporal 


Mitcliell, James 




Henry Green, Musician 


Moody, John 





Lieut. T. Capen's Company, Lieut. Col. M. Nichols' Regiment. 

From Sept. 7 to Sept. 19, and Sept. 26 to Oct. 3, 1814. Raised at Portland. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Carter, Amos H. 


Hilton, Moses 


Thomas Capen, Lieutenant 


Carter, Peter 


Jackson, Samuel 


Lazarus Harlow, Ensign 


Collins, Charles 


Johnson, David 




Cook, Horatio G. 


McLelland, Alexander 


Daniel Radford, Sergeant 


Coolbroth, Edward 


Parsons, George W. 


William Marsh, Sergeant 


Day, Robert 


Pease, Lewis 


John Bruce, Sergeant 


Day, William 


Riggs, Jacob 


William Ingraham, Sergeant 


Dix, John 


Smith, Nicholas 


Nathan How, Corporal 


Edgcomb, Ehphalet C. 


Tibbetts, Ephraim 


Loring Varney, Corporal 


Foster, Isaac 


Townsend, James 


Ward Boney, Corjioral 


Fowler, Joseph 


Tukey, Charles 


Charles Baker, Corporal 


Fowler, Philip 


Waterhouse, Elias 




Furnald, Thomas 


Whitman, John 


Privates. 


Gallison, Henry 




Averill, John 


Gardner, David M. 




BeU, William B. 


Hall, Abiel 





Capt. James Ayers' Drafted Company, under Maj. Simon Nowell's Commiand. 
From October to November, 1814. Service at Kittery and York. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Danielson, Otis S. 


Simon Nowcll, Major 


Abbott, Joseph 


Davis, Daniel 


James Ayers, Captain 


AiJjjIeljee, Hawley 


Day, Dependence 


James W. Roberts, Lieutenant 


Bachelder, Ephraim 


Day, Ebenezer 


Joseph Morrow, Ensign 


Barker, Ezra 


Day, Ezekiel 


John Crockett, Ensign 


Bennett, Joseph 


Day, Henry 




Bickford, Gideon 


Day, Henry, 2d 


John Sinderson, Sergeant 


Blasdell, Abner 


Day, James 


John Thomas, Sergeant 


Branehder, John 


Doe, Dearborn 


Joseph Merrill, Sergeant 


Chadburn, Levi 


Doe, Henry 


Daniel Shackley, Sergeant 


Cleek, .lames 


Drew, Robert 


Isaac Cowell, Sergeant 


Cluff, Nathaniel 


Eastman, William 


John Drew, Corporal 


Cole, Asahel 


Edgcomli, Isaac 


Stephen Piper, Corporal 


Cole, Daniel 


Edgcomb, Levi 


George Whales, Corporal 


Cole, Eh 


Eldredge, Daniel 


Hiram Rieker, Corporal 


Cole, John 


Emery, George 


John Drew, Musician 


Cook, James M. 


Evans, John 


John Hobbs, Musician 


Cooper, Ricliard 


Frye, Benjamin 


William Perry, Musician 


Copps, William 


Furlxisli, David 


Peletiah Moore, Musician 


Couscns, Jeremiah 


Fui-nald, Tristram 



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Capt. James Ayers' Drafted Company, under Maj. Simon Nowell's Command — Concluded. 



Privates — 
Gcntlpmau, Josejih 
Gerry, Morgan 
GetchoU, Isaac 
Goodwin, Hem-y 
Goodwin, Hiram 
Goodwin, Thomas 
Goodwin, ^^'illia^l 
Goulder, Arnold 
Gowen, Aljjheus 
Gowen, .Jolin 
Ham, Samuel 
Harris, Xathaniel 
Hartford, William 
Heard, Jolin 
Hibbard, John 
Hill, Jeremiah 
Hobbs, Nathaniel 



- Concludetl. 



Hodgdon, Joshua 
Hodgdon, Samuel 
Horsum, Oliver 
Hubbard, Stephen 
Huntress, James 
Huntress, Nathaniel 
Huzzej^, Richard 
Jacobs, William 
Johnston, Jotham 
Jones, Ebenezer 
Keniston, Daniel 
Knight, Samuel 
Libbej', Jeremiah 
Libbey, Solon 
Linscot, Jacob 
Littlefield, Xathaniel 
Lortl, Ichabod 
Lord, Samuel 



Lose, William 
McLelan, George 
Mighalls, Jesse 
Newbegin, Jonathan 
Piper, Peletiah 
Shackley, Joseph 
Smith, James 
Smith, Joseph 
Soveraigh, Joseph 
Stewart, Stephen 
Tanner, Anthony 
Teljbctts, Greenleaf 
Tefferin, William 
Thompson, Joshua 
Tripe, Thomas 
Waterhouse, John 
Wormwood, Ithamar 



From October to November, 1814, one month. 



Capt. B. Thompson's Company. 

Stationed at Kittery. This is a roll of a company of drafted militia in service at Kittery under 
command of Major Simon NowcU. 



R.\NK AND Name. 


Goodwin, John 


Remington, Hutchins 


Bartholomew Thompson, Captain 


Grant, Thomas 


Ricker, Jacob 


Alexander Worce.ster, Lieutenant 


Hanscom, Samuel 


Ricker, Levi 


Ephraim Low, Lieutenant 


Hare, Mack 


Ricker, Nathaniel 


Wentworth Butler, Ensign 


Heart, James 


Ricker, Richard 




Hill, Nelson 


Ricker, Theodore 


Elias Libbey, Sergeant 


Horn, Mishach 


Roberts, John 


Samuel Drew, Sergeant 


Jellison, Stephen 


Roberts, Thomas 


Samuel Frost, Sergeant 


Keag, Thomas 


Round, Theodore 


Reuben Dennett, Sergeant 


Kennard, Alpheus 


Sherburn, George 


Thomas Abbott, Sergeant 


Kcnnison, Hugh 


Smith, Joseph 


Alpheus Hanson, Corporal 


Leathers, Obeclnego 


Smith, Stephen 


Temple Lord, Corporal 


Libbey, John 


Snow, Hiram 


Joseph Spinney, Corporal 


Linscott, Jolm 


Spinney, John 


James Pray, Corporal 


Linscott, William 


Spinney, S. R. 


Jacob Hamilton, Musician 


Lord, Jeremiah 


Stackpole, Absalom 


Phineas JMorrell, Musician 


Low, Nathaniel 


Stackpole, Stephen 




Marrs, Oliver 


Stanley, Thomas H. 


Primtes. 


Mason, Nathan 


Staples, Oliver 


Abbott, John 


Mason, Peletiah 


Staples, Timothy 


Boston, Joseph 


Ma.xwell, Seth 


Staples, William 


Brackett, David 


Miller, Caleb 


Stebbins, Rook 


Brackett, Ebenezer 


Muchmore, Joseph 


Taylor, Jotham 


Bragdon, J. R. 


Miu'ray, Adam 


Taylor, Obediah 


Brooks, Gideon 


Mm-ray, Hiram 


Thompson, Ohver 


Carlisle, George 


Murray, Ivory 


Thunnell, George or .John 


Chadbourn, Benjamin 


Nock, David 


Thunnell, Samuel 


Chick, Samuel 


Nowell, Mack 


Trafton, Ivory 


Chick, Thomas 


Penny, John 


Trafton, Zacheus 


Clement, Tilly 


Perkins, Jesse 


Twombly, Ezekiel 


Courson, Isaac 


Perkins, Naham 


Varney, James 


Cutts, Oliver 


Pierce, Hopkins 


Welch, Moses 


Emery, Joel 


Pierce, Stephen 


Wentworth, Enoch 


Estes, William 


Pike, Nathaniel 


Wejinouth, John 


P'all, John 


Raitt, Alexander 


Whitehouse, Jolm 


Ferguson, Alexander 


Raitt, John 


Wilkinson, Samuel 


Fogg, William 


Randall, William 


Worcester, Clement 


Goodwin, Benjamin 


Ranking, Joshua 


Yoimg, Richard 


Goodwin, Benjamin, 2d 


Remick, Enoch 





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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. E. Andrew's Detached Company, under Supervision of Gen. Alford Richardson. 

From July 4 to Sept. 2, 1S14. Raised at Scarliorougli and vicinity. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Boothby, Nathaniel 


Linnell, Samuel 




Ebenezer Andrews, Captain 


Brackett, Alfred 


Liscomb, John 




William We.scott, Lieutenant 


Brackett, Elijah 


Lombard, Joseph 




William Frost, Ensign 


Brown, John 


Long, Elijah 






Gaboon, Asa 


Lunt, Jolm 




Benjamin Tukey, Sergeant 


Campbell, John 


Maxwell, Stephen 




Lemuel Moody, Jr., Sergeant 


Chamberlain, Earle 


Merrill, Levi 




Isaac Frost, Jr., Sergeant 


Damerin, Samuel 


Merrill, Reuben 




Hugh McLeavis, Sergeant 


Dearborn, John 


Morton, Jacob 




William Chamberlain, Corporal 


Dearborn, Josiah 


Moulton, Reuben T. 




Joshua Howard, Corporal 


Deering, Jolm 


Nason, Abraham 




William Winslow, Corporal 


Dobbin, William 


Patterson, Benjamin 




Albert Carleton, Corporal 


Evans, Josiah 


Pierce, Joseph 




James Bacon, Alusician 


- Fenderson, Benjamin 


Prince, George 




John Moody, Musician 


Foss, Nichols 


Rogers, Edward 




Sylvanus Dyer, Musician 


French, John 


Russell, Nathaniel 




Abraham McLuca.s, Musician 


Gray, George 


Sanger, John 






Hall, Henry 


Smith, Jolm 




Prwates. 


Harding, Joseph 


Smith, William 




Anderson, Abel 


Harmon, Jonathan, 3d 


Swett, Joshua 




Babl3, C!harles 


Hersey, Israel 


Welib, David 




Babb, Henry 


Jones, Jeremiah 


Whittemore, Major 


' 


Barry, John 


Jumper, Joseph 


Willard, Daniel 




Beeman, Ezra 


Knight, George 


Withington, AVilliam 




Blake, Samuel 


Leavitt, Joseph 


Wood, William, Jr. 




Blanchard, Wilham 


Libby, Thomas 


Young, Enos 





Lieut 

From Nov. 5 to Nov. 25, 



O. Bray's Detached Company, under Supervision of Maj. Gen. Alford Richardson. 



1S14. 



Raised at Portland. Service at Fort Burrows, Fish Point, Portland, "for the protection of the forts, ordnance, 
and munitions of war and other property belonging to the Commonwealth." 



Rank and Name. 


Dobbins, William 


Liliby, Richard 


Oliver Bray, Lieutenant 


Donald, Henry M. 


Miller, George 


Amos S. Webber, Lieutenant 


Dresser, Joseph 


Milliken, John M. 




Elliott, Josiah 


Morrison, Sanmel 


George Stacey, Sergeant 


Emery, Elijah 


Newburn, James 


Timothy Chadbourne, Sergeant 


Harding, Joseph 


Pierce, Joseph 


Hugh Lcavis, Sergeant 


Harmon, James 


Roberts, Daniel 


Asa Erskine, Corjjoral 


Harmon, John M. 


Ross, John 


Abner Gould, Corjjoral 


Harmon, Jonathan 


Sargent, Benjamin 


Rufus Porter, Musician 


Harmon, Stephen 


Smith, John 


Joshua Chadbourne, Musician 


Harmon, William 


Sweat, Gardner 




Hartshorn, William 


Sweat, Joshua 


Prwates. 


Henly, John 


Sweat, Moses, 3d 


Brown, Jacob 


Hunnewell, Josiah 


Sweat, Moses, 4th 


Butterfield, Leonard 


Hu.ston, Robert 


Sweat, Samuel 


Chamberlain, Earle 


Hutchins, John 


Tliombs, Joseph 


Claridge, Stephen 


Johnson, Thomas 


Treat, Richard 


Coolbroth, Rufus 


Jordan, Abraham 


True, William 


Crockett, Richard , 
Davis, John, Jr. / 


Knight, Charles 


Weymouth, Robert 


Lamb, Seth 


Wiggin, Eaton 


Doane, Asia 


Leighton, Daniel 


Wise, Peter M. 


Dobbins, James 


Leighton, Reuben 





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Lieut. Col. A. Reed's Regiment. 

June 22 aud Sept. 10 to Oct. 10, ISU. Service at Bath. 



Field axd Staff. 


NOiN'COM.MISSIONED StAFF. 


Porterficld, J. 


Andrew Reed, Lieutenant Colonel, 


Seth Hathorn, Sergeant Major 


Reed, Jolm 


Georgetown 


Charles D. Loring, Quartermaster Ser- 


Thompson, John 


William Bourk, Major, Bath 


geant 




Zina H^-de, Adjutant, Bath 


Thomas B. Seavey, Fife Major 




Charles Clapjj, Quartermaster, Bath 






Thomas D. Robinson, Pa^anaster, Bath 


Waiters. 




William Jenk-s, Chaplain, Bath 


Burk, Charles 




Timothy W. ■^^'aldron, Surgeon, Bath 


Cobb, John 




Nathaniel Weld,^ Jr., Surgeon's Mate, 


Foster, Benjamin 




Bath 


Othcoor, John H. 





Capt. B. Davenport's Company, Lieut. Col. A. Reed's Regiment. 

From June 20 to June 22, and Sept. 5 to Oct. 1, 1814. Raised at Bath. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Purrington, Nathaniel 


Benjamin Davenport, Captain 


Bloom, William 


Richardson, WilUam 


Enoch Footc, Lieutenant 


Crooker, Noah 


Roberts, Aaron 




Donnell, Jeremiah 


Rouse, William 


Benjamin Randall, Sergeant 


Edgcomb, Joseph 


Sanford, John, Jr. 


John Lane, Sergeant 


Fitts, Epliraim 


Sewell, Charles 


Thomas H. Gage, Sergeant 


Foy, Samuel 


Snow, Benjamin 


David Foot, Corporal 


Halej', James 


Stow, Wilham M. 


Timothy Rairdon, Corporal 


Haley, Thomas 


White, Isaac 


Ivingsburv Donnel, Corporal 


Ham, Joel 




Caleb iMitchcll, Musician 


Innis, Samuel 


Waiters. 




Little, Nathaniel 


Eames, Daniel 




Parshly, Ezekiel 


Parker, William 




Purrington, John, Jr. 





Capt. J. Fisher's Company, Lieut. Col. A. Reed's Regiment. 

From June 20 to June 22, and Sept. 10 to Oct. 1, 1814. Raised at Georgetown. Service at Bath. 



Rank and N.\me. 


Hall, Samuel 


Shipe or Snipe, Charles 


Jeremiah Fisher, Captain 


Higgins, Simeon 


Snipe, Jolm, Jr. 


James C. Whitmore, Lieutenant 


Laurence, John 


Stinson, Eben 


Charles Potter, Ensign 


Manson, Robert 


Stinson, Eben, Jr. 




Parker, Robert 


Stinson, James 


John White, Sergeant 


Pattee, Benjamin 


Stinson, James, Jr. 


Colhns Potter, Sergeant 


Pattee, Samuel 


Stinson, John, 3d 


John Potter, Sergeant 


Potter, William 


Stinson, John, 4th 


David Potter, Sergeant 


Preble, John, Jr. 


Stinson, Samuel 


James Hogan, Musician 


Riggs, Moses 


Stinson, Stephen 




Ruirdon, Samuel 


Tibbetts, Isaac 


Privates. 


Ruirdon, William 


Webber, John 


Becl, James 


Rush, John 


White, James 


Bell, Jeremiah 


Rush, Peleg 


White, WiUiam 


CowUard, Joseph, Jr. 


Salby, James 


Whitmore, Francis 


Drummond, Ezekiel 


Sewall, WiUiam 


Whitmore, WilMam 


Hagan, John 


Shea, Da\id 




Hagan, Michael 


Shea, Nicholas 


• 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. R. Heagen's Company, Lieut. Col. A. Reed's Regiment. 

From June 20 to June 22, July 3 to July 5, and Sept. 10 to Oct. 1, 1.S14. Hai.scd at Clc-orgctown. 



Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Hunt, John 


Oliver, Richard 


Richard Heagen, Captain 


Keel, Luther 


Oliver, Thomas, Jr. 


Natlianiel Todd, Lieutenant 


Linen, Andrew 


Oliver, Turner 


David Oliver, 2d, Ensign 


Linen, James 


Oliver, William 




Malioney, Thomas 


OHver, William Y. 


William Hinkly, Sergeant 


Manes, Sargent 


Power, Robert, Jr. 


William Hunt, Jr., Sergeant 


Mars, Alexander 


Radchff, William 


Alexander Campbell, Sergeant 


Mars, Dennis 


Rogers, Francis 


Wadsworth Oliver, Sergeant 


Mars, Isaiah 


Rogers, George 


Jame,s Remiclv, Musician 


Mars, James 


Rogers, Nathaniel 


Setli Tarr, Jr., Musician 


Mars, Richard 


Spinney, Caleb 




Mars, Thomas 


Spinney, David 


Privates. 


McFadden, Saul 


Spinney, Nicholas 


Beel, Samuel H., Jr. 


McFadden, Thomas 


Spinney, Richard 


Campbell, Elijah 


Mclnney, Benjamin 


Swombly or Twombly, John 


Campbell, Robert 


Mclnney, Matthew 


Tarr, Aaron 


Carey, Edward 


Mclnney, Matthew, Jr. 


Tarr, Benjamin, Jr. 


Emmons, Thomas 


McMahon, Thomas 


Tarr, Benjamin, 3d 


Gott, William, Jr. 


Oliver, Da\'id 


Tarr, James 


Hall, Isaac 


Ohver, Ensebius 


Tarr, Jordan 


Harford, George 


Oliver, Henry, Jr. 


Tarr, Joseph, Jr. 


Harford, Lewis 


OUver, Isaiah 


Trafton, Thomas 


Harford, William 


Oliver, Jacob 


WiUiams, Elijah 


Hinkly, John 


Oliver, Nathaniel, Jr. 


WiUiam.s, Thomas 



Capt. E. Percy's Company, Lieut. Col. A. Reed's Regiment. 
From June 20 to June 25, and Sept. 10 to Oct. 1, 1S14. Raised at Georgetown. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Hutchins, Jolin 


Wallace, Alexander 


EUis Percy, Captain 


Lowell, Abner 


WaUace, Eh 


James Gushing, Lieutenant 


Lowell, Stephen 


Wallace, Francis 


Jotham Crosby, Ensign 


Mclntire, Henry 


WaUace, John 




Mclntire, Isaiah 


WaUace, William 


Thomas Gushing, Sergeant 


Morse, Elijah 


Wallace, Zachariah 


Thomas Kelly, Sergeant 


Morse, Esdias 


Wilder, Ephraim 


James Gushing, Sergeant 


Morse, Francis 


Wilder, John 


John KeUy, Sergeant 


Morse, Winslow 


Wilder, Samuel, Jr. 


Patrick Duley, Corporal 


Oliver, Alexander 


Wyman, David 


Loring Gushing, Corporal 


OUver, David 


Wyman, Ephraim 


George Oliver, Corporal 


Oliver, Henrv 


W^^nan, F. 


Thomas OUver, Corporal 


Percy, Arthur 


Wyman, Percy 


John OUver, Musician 


Percy, Gilmore 




Jacob OUver, Musician 


Percy, Nathaniel 


Waiters. 




Reed, Denny 


Ivirkv, John 


Privates. 


Shaw, James 


Mains, Joseph 


Bleathen, Levi 


Spinney, Jeremiah 


McKinney, Henry 


Campbell, WilUam 


Sprague, Nelson 


Wildes, Francis 


Duley, James 


Sylvester, Turner 





Capt. J. Pettes' Company, Lieut. Col. A. Reed's Regiment. 

From June 20 to June 22, and Sept. 10 to Oct. 1, 1814. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


James WilUams, Sergeant 


Coombs, David 


John Pettes, Captain 


Joseph Higgins, Corporal 


Dow, Aaron 


Alden Winter, Lieutenant 


William Brown, Jr., Corporal 


Flanders, John G. 


Samuel D. Crooker, Ensign 




Flanders, Samuel, Jr. 




Privates. 


Higgins, Levi 


Da-\ad Drummond, Sergeant 


Athern, WilUam 


Higgins, Philip, Jr. 


WiUiam Snow, Sergeant 


Bailey, Philip 


Higgins, Samuel 


John Barton, Sergeant 


Brown, EUsha 


Higgins, Simeon, Jr. 



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Capt. J. Pettes' Company, Lieut. Col. A. Reed's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Mitchell, Benjamin 


Waiters. 


Hogixn, Thomas 


Parks, John D. 


Brown, Henry 


Holbrook, Abizur 


Small, Ephraim 


Crooker, Wilham 


Holbrook, Jesse 


Swanton, William 


Parshley, William 


Jewel, Thomas 


Weeks, Henry 




Leavitt, William 


Winslow, Consider 




Lumliard, Thomas 


Winslow, Samuel 





Capt. W. Torrey's Company, Lieut. Col. A. Reed's Regiment. 
From June 20 to June 22, 1814. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Springer, David T. 


William Torrey, Captain 


Allen, Micah 


Tallman, Scott J. 


Thomas Agry, Lieutenant 


Bowman, Samuel G. 


Todd, Thomas 


William Emerson, Ensign 


Harding, Nehemiah 


Walker, David 




Hatch, Darius 


Whitmore, Isaiah C. 


J. M. Marsh, Sergeant 


Lemont, Robert 


Wormwood, Jotham 


William H. Webb, Sergeant 


Marston, Daniel 




Christian A. Brown, Corporal 


Robinson, Jeremiah 


Waiters. 


Rufus K. Porter, Corporal 


Smith, John 


Card, Joshua, Jr. 




Sprague, Oakman 


Crooker, Robert 



Capt. T. Motherwell's Company, Lieut. Col. A. Reed's Regiment. 

Frcini Sept. 5 to Oct. 1, 1814. Service at Woohvich. 



Rank and Name. 


Brookins, Nathan 


McMurphy, Neill 


Thomas Motherwell, Captain 


Card, Joseph 


Mitchell, Nathaniel 


William D. Leonard, Lieutenant 


Card, Thomas 


Reed, Charles 


John W. Stinson, Ensign 


Card, Thurston 


Reed, Joel 




Card, Walter 


Reed, John M. 


Peleg Bradford, Sergeant 


Carlton, .John 


Reed, Robert, Jr. 


Peleg Delano, Sergeant 


Carlton, John G. 


Reed, Samuel 


Bradford Delano, Sergeant 


Delano, Ebenezer 


Reed, Ulrich 


John C. Delano, Sergeant 


Farnham, Joshua 


Savage, Joseph 


Albert Delano, Corporal 


Gahan, John 


Soul, David 


Joshua Delano, Corporal 


Grover, Benjamin, Jr. 


Stinson, Alfred 


Moses Gray, Corporal 


Harnden, Lemuel W. 


Stinson, Frederick 


Joseph Shaw, Corporal 


Hathorn, Seth, Jr. 


Stinson, Thomas, Jr. 


Joshua Baker, Musician 


Hilton, Alfred 


Trott, Charles 




Hodgkins, Benjamin 


Trott, David 


Privates. 


Hodgkins, John, Jr. 


Trott, Samuel, Jr. 


Bavley, Joseph 


Knowlton, Benjamin 


Wade, Caleb 


Blair, James, Jr. 


Mains, James McCobb 


Withani, Amnon 


Blair, Thomas 


McCown, Robert 


Wright, Reuben 


Bolden, John 


McKinney, Alexander 


Wyman, Stephen 



Capt. F. D. A. Foster's Company, Lieut. Col. A. Reed's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Oct. 1, 1814. Raised at Phippsburg. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Lazarus Bowker, Corporal 


Butler, John 


Forris D. A. Foster, Captain 


William Owen, Corporal 


Butler, Thomas, Jr. 


William David, Ensign 


Andrew Hogin, Corporal 


Chisam, James 
Cotton, Ebenezer 


James Bowker, Sergeant 


Privates. 


Cowing, Francis 


Isaac M. Corbett, Sergeant 


Batchelder, Levi 


Drummond, Alexander 


Nicholas Nichols, Sergeant 


Blasdell, Christopher 


Drummond, Parker 


Joseph Morse, Sergeant 


Burgess, Seth, Jr. 


Emmons, Benjamin 


Patrick Davis, Corporal 


Butler, George 


Ford, William 



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Capt. F. D. A. Foster's Company, Lieut. Col. A. Reed's Regiment — Concludod. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Morrison, John 


Spinney, George 


Gardner, William 


Morrison, Parson 


Walker, John 


Hamond, David 


Nichols, John, Jr. 


Wallace, Isaac 


Jackson, Samuel 


Nichols, Joseph 


Wallace, John, Jr. 


Lee, Charles 


Perry, Joseph 


Wallace, Samuel, Jr. 


Lee, William C. 


Perry, Mark 


Welch, John 


Lovell, Benjamin 


Perry, Thomas 


Welch, Richard 


Lovell, John 


Rogers, James G. 




Malcolm, Robert 


Rogers, Samuel L. 


Waiters. 


McKinney, Matthew 


Small, Daniel 


Batcheldcr, Samuel 


Merrill, Joseph 


Spalding, John 


Pcarsey, Gilmore, Jr. 



Lieut. S. H. Rogers' Company, Lieut. Col. A. Reed's Regiment. 

From June 20 to July 5, ISH. Service at Bath and Cox's Head. 



Rank and Name. 


Bowker, Lazarus 


Lee, Charles 


Saul H. Rogers, Lieutenant 


Burge, Seth, Jr. 


Lee, William C. 


William Davis, Ensign 


Butler, James 


Malcomb, Robert 




Butler, John 


Morrison, John 


James Bowker, Sergeant 


Butler, Thomas, Jr. 


Morse, Joseph ' 


James Crisam, Sergeant 


Cotton, Ebenezer 


Nicholas, John, Jr. 


Nicholas Nichols, Sergeant 


Cowing, Francis 


Nichols, Joseph 


Patrick Davis, Musician 


Drummond, Alexantler, Jr. 


Perry, Joseph 




Drummond, Patrick 


Perry, Mark 


Privates. 


Elwell, John 


Rogers, James G. 


Bacheklcr, Jordan P. 


Foard, William 


Small, Daniel 


Bachclder, Levi 


Hammond, David 


Walker, John 


Bachelder, Timothy, Jr. 


Hogan, Andrew 


Welch, John 


Blasdell, Christian, Jr. 


Jackson, Samuel 


Welch, Richard 



Lieut. Col. William Ryerson's Regiment. 

From Sept. 14 to Sept. 24, 1814. Service at Portland. 



Field and Staff. 


Benjamin Chesley, Quartermaster, Paris 


Noncommissioned Staff. 


William Ryerson, Lieutenant Colonel, 


Alanson Mellon, Paymaster, Paris 


Bartholomew Cushman, Quartermaster 


Paris 


Benjamin Chandler, Surgeon, Norway 


Sergeant 


Ebenezer Rawson, Major, Paris 


William Brigham, Surgeon's Mate, Buck- 


Lewis Stowell, Drum Major 


Simeon Cummings, Major, Paris 


field 


Abner Pratt, Fife Major 


Henry Rust, Jr., Captain, Paris 


James Hooper, Chaplain, Paris 


George Brigham, Waiter 


Enoch Burnham, Adjutant, Paris 







Capt. I. Flint's Company, Lieut. Col. W. Ryerson's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 24, 1814. Three days additional for travel. Raised at Greenwood. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Morgan, Samuel D. 


Isaac Flint, Cajitain 


Bacon, Benjamin 


Nutting, James 


John Small, Lieutenant 


Berry, William 


Packard, Asa 


Amos Young, Ensign 


Caldwell, Elijah 


Sanborn, David 




Cole, Levi 


Stevens, Josiah 


Frederic Coburn, Sergeant 


Cross, Jesse 


Swan, Foxwell 


Cyprian Cole, Sergeant 


French, James 


Wentworth, Paul 


John Sanborn, Sergeant 


Frost, Edmond 


Work, William 


John Cummings, Sergeant 


Furlong, Thomas 


Yates, William 


Rufus Richardson, Corjioral 


Gurnev, Samuel B. 


" Yeates, William, Jr. 


Jonathan Cole, Corporal 


Hicks, Benjamin 


Young, Asa 




Hill, Charles 


Young, Charles 




Lane, John 





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Capt. J. Perham's Company, Lieut. Col. W. Ryerson's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 24, lSl-1. Three days additional for travel. Raised at Woodstock. Service at Portland. 



Rank -■vnd Name. 


Privates. 


Dudley, Moses 


Jotham Perham, Captain 


Briggs, Luther 


Dunham, Samuel 


Lemuel Perham, Lieutenant 


Bryant, Christopher 


Fuller, Consider 




Bryant, Solomon 


Hammond, Enoch 


Alexander Day, Sergeant 


Clifford, .Jonathan F. 


Rand, David 


Samuel Bryant, Sergeant 


Colton, William 


Swan, William, Jr. 


Seth Curtis, Sergeant 


Curtis, Morton 


Thurlow, Amos 


Josiah Dudley, Sergeant 


Curtis, Noah, Jr. 


Townsend, Otis 


Gideon Swan, Musician 


Dayis, Aaron, Jr. 


Whitman, Jacob 



Capt. Jesse Turner's Company, Lieut. Col. W. Ryerson's Regiment. 

From Sept. 1.3 to Sept. 24, 1814. Three days additioiml for travel. Raised at Buckficld. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Bowker, Cyprian 


Leighton, Robert 


Jesse Turner, Captain 


Brock, John, Jr. 


Leonard, Jacob 


Moses Buck, Lieutenant 


Brock, Leonard 


Lewis, James 


Richard Waldron, Ensign 


Buck, James 


Lord or Low, David 




Buck, John, .3d 


Maxim, Nathan 


Isaac Turner, Sergeant 


Buck, Samuel 


Mayhew, John 


Jonathan Buck, Sergeant 


Chaffin, .John 


Mayhew, Nathaniel 


John Warren, Sergeant 


Churchill, Bela 


Monk, Alfred 


Job Prince, Sergeant 


Churchill, Mathew 


Packard, Stephen 


Collins Woodbury, Corporal 


Churchill, Shepherd 


Packer, Samuel, Jr. 


Richard Hathaway, Corporal 


Cole, James 


Rounds, Abner 


David Farrow, Corporal 


Cole, Sampson 


Spaulding, William 


Noah Hall, Corporal 


Cushman, Caleb 


Stevens, Moses 


Elisha Buck, Musician 


Damon, Jonathan, Jr. 


Thayer, John 


Jonas Spaulding, Musician 


Damon, Joseph 


Tucker, Samuel 




Drake, John or Joseph 


Tucker, Samuel, Jr. 


Privates. 


Drake, Stephen 


Turner, Joseph 


Allen, Jacob 


Farrow, Bela 


Turner, Levi 


Andrews, Samuel 


Farrow, Nathan 


Turner, Luther 


Besse, Warren 


Gardner, Ira 


Warren, Samuel, Jr. 


Bisby, Ansel 


Jordan, Benjamin 




Bisby, Hopstill 


Jordan, Elijah, Jr. 





Capt. U. Ripley's Company, Lieut. Col. W. Ryerson's Regiment. 

From Sept. 14 to Sept. 24. 1S14. Raised at Paris. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Berry, Levi 


Labroke, Jacob 


Uriah Ripley, Captain 


Colburn, Jeraghmeel 


Labroke, Nicholas 


Eleazer Stevens, Lieutenant 


Cole, Calvin 


Moody, Robert 


Joel Fuller, Ensign 


Cole, Job 


Packard, Shepard 




Cole, Joseph 


Porter, Charles 


William Walker, Sergeant 


Curtis, Charles 


Porter, John 


Moses Allen, Sergeant 


Dasy, Daniel 


Rawson, Mark B. 


John Carpenter, Sergeant 


Dean, Edmund 


Ripley, WiUiam 


Aaron I'uUer, Sergeant 


Deering, John 


Sawyer, Reuben 


Francis Keene, Corporal 


Deering, Robert 


Smith, Nicholas, Jr. 


Eleazer Dunham, Corporal 


Dunham, Selva 


Stearnes, Phineas 


Daniel Cummings, Corporal 


Field, Galen 


Stevens, Samuel, Jr. 


Levi Gray, Corporal 


Field, Zibron 


Sturdevant, Joseph, Jr. 


George W. Cummings, Musician 


Fuller, Freeman 


Swift, John 


Daniel Cummings, Jr., Musician 


Fuller, Harvey 


Titcomb, Isaac 




Greenleaf, William 


Truell, Abiather 


Privates. 


Hall, Kimball 


Truell, Ebenezer 


Allen, Isaac 


Harris, Amariah 


Videto, Jasper 


Bartlet, Tilden 


Hill, Alexander 


Walker, Daniel 


Basford, David 


Keene, Shadrack 


Watson, Simeon 


Benson, Seth 


Kilgore, Andorus 


Wyman, Baily 


Bent, Otis 


Knight, Isaac 


Young, Joshua 



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Capt. Stephen Blake's Company, Lieut. Col. W. Ryerson's Regiment. 
From Sept. 14 to Sept. 24, 1814. Three days additional for travel. Raised at Paris. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Bullard, Joseph 


Noble, Daniel 


Stephen Blake, Captain 


Cardwell, Francis 


Noyes, John 


Thomas Hill, Jr., Lieutenant 


Carey, John S. 


Pendlcy, James 


Thomas Crocker, Ensign 


Chipman, Simeon 


Perkins, Simeon 




Churchill, Perez 


Perry, Caleb, 


Daniel Stowell, Jr., Sergeant 


Churchill, William 


Perry, James or Joseph 


Mieah Walker, Sergeant 


Cloudnian, Nathan 


Prince, Isaac 


Caleb Besse, Sergeant 


Cobb, Cyrus 


Record, Andrew 


Alexander Robinson, Sergeant 


Daniels, Simeon 


Ripley, Ransom 


Charles Jordan, Coriioral 


Dudley, Daniel 


Royal, John 


Moses Hodgden, Corporal 


Dwelly, Barzilla 


Shirtliff, Alva 


John Hill, Corporal 


Ellenwood, Jacob 


Smith, Antipas 


Reuben Hill, Corporal 


Farrar, Thomas 


Smith, William H. 


Seneca Brett, Musician 


Fobes, Billings 


SteariLS, John 


Isaac Record, Jr., Musician 


Forbes, Daniel 


Stearns, Theodore or Thomas 




Frank, Levi 


Stowell, Rnfus 


Privates. 


Frost, Enoch 


Swift, Caleb 


Andrews, Lloyd 


Gammon, Moses 


Swift, Jonathan 


Austin, Buck 


Gammon, Stephen 


Swift, Samuel 


Barker, Jonathan 


Hall, Abijah 


Thomas, John 


Bartlett, Sjdvanus 


Hall, Stei)hen or Solomon 


Tribou, Adna 


Besse, John 


Harlow, David 


Twitchell, David 


Blake, Eliphalet 


Hathaway, Lazarus 


Twitchell, John 


Blake, Richard 


Hodgdon, Stephen 


Twitchell, Moses 


Bolster, Alvin 


Leach, Mark 


Valentine, John 


Brett, Martin 


Lebanon, William 


Walker, Charles 


Bryant, Arodus 


Maxim, Silas 


Weeks, Samuel P. 


Bryant, lehabod 


Merrill, Humphrey 


Whitehead, John 


Bryant, Ichabod, Jr. 


Mixer, William 


Willis, Seth 


Bryant, Zebulon 


Needham, John 





Capt. Bailey Bodwell's Company, Lieut. Col. W. Ryerson's Regiment. 
From Sept. 14 to Sept. 24, 1814. Three days additional for travel. Raised at Norway. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Bennett, Isaac 


Gould, Noah 


Bailey Bodwell, Captain 


Bodwell, Nathaniel 


Greenleaf, Stephen 




Bonnev, Marshall 


Greenwood, Thadeus 


John Pike, Jr., Sergeant 


Buck, Daniel 


Hill, Consider 


Enoch Knight, Sergeant 


Cleaves, Charles 


Jordan, Elijah 


William Frost, Sergeant 


Cleaves, Humphrey 


Jordan, Samuel 


Moses Horton, Sergeant 


Clifford, John 


Lord, Samuel 


Moses Cummings, Corporal 


Cobb, Churchill 


Marston, James M. 


William Corson, Corporal 


Cov, Cyrus 


Monroe, James 


Samuel Pike, Corporal 


Crockett, Ephraim 


Noble, Daniel or David 


John Witt, Cori:)oral 


Crockett, Lewis 


Perry, John 


John (Juinbv, Musician 


Crockett, Samuel 


Perry, Joshua, Jr. 


Nathaniel Young, Musician 


Davis, Samuel 


Pierson, John, Jr. 




Delano, Ezekiel 


Pike, Nathaniel 


Privates. 


Dolly, Joseph 


Rowe, Samuel 


Atwood, Job 


Everett, John B. 


SawN'er, James D. 


Bartlett, Lemuel 


Frost, Peter 


Tubbs, Sanuiel 


Bartlett, Lemuel, 2d 


Frost, Robert 


Watson, Ebcnezcr 


Bartlett, Mailchi 


Gorham, Benjamin 


Witt, Daniel 


Bartlett, Rufus, Jr. 


Gould, Andrew 


Young, William 



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Capt. S. Robinson's Company, Lieut. Col. W. Ryerson's Regiment. 
From Sept. 14 to Sept. 24, 1814. Three days additional for travel. Raised at Hebron. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Cushman, Zebedee, Jr. 


Perkins, Luther 


Samuel Roljinson, Captain 


Dean, Henry C. 


Perry, Benjamin F. 


Stephen Pratt, Lieutenant 


Dean or Dunn, Lsaiah 


Pratt, Benajah 


Andrew Cuslunan, Ensign 


Emery, William 


Pratt, Zebedee 




Farris, Hezekiah 


Riclunond, Eliab 


Sleplien Penny, Sergeant 


Fuller, Ira 


Riggs, John L. 


Oliver Perkins, Sergeant 


Fuller, Nathaniel, Jr. 


Robbins, Calvin 


Ebenezer Holmes, Sergeant 


Gammon, Wilmot 


Robbins, Lebbeus 


Dean Andrews, Sergeant 


Hamden or Handen, Levi 


Rowe, Joseph 


Nathan Wright, Corporal 


Hayes, Dennis 


Russell, Solomon 


Abraham Dean, Corporal 


Herring, John 


Shaw, Francis 


Alexander Nelson, Corporal 


Hilbourn, Robert 


Shepherd, Green 


Jennet Holbrook, Corporal 


Holmes, Solomon 


Soule, James, Jr. 


Aiiemus Turner, iSIusician 


Keene, Joshua 


Staples, Andrew 




Keene, Seth 


Staples, David 


Primtes. 


Littlefield, Samuel 


Sta]iles, Simon 


Allen, Samuel 


Maddox, Hemv 


Tarbox, Lemuel 


Allen, Solomon 


Mixter, Joscijh 


Thayer, Peter 


Andrews, Loved 


Moore, John 


Washburn, Eli 


Bean, Abiather 


Moreton, Mathias 


Washburn, Isaac 


Benson, Samuel 


Moreton, Richard 


Waterman, John 


Blair, Reuben 


Penlej', William 


Weston, Josiah 


Brown, Samuel 


Perkin.s, Lsaiah 


Wood, Absalom 


Chadborn, Zebedee 


Perkins, Joseph, Jr. 


Wright, Samuel 



Capt. Amos Town's Company, Lieut. Col. W. Ryerson's Regiment. 

From Sept. 14 to Sept. 24, 1814. Three days additional for travel. Raised at Norway. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 
Amos Town, Captain 
Wilham Persons, Jr., Lieutenant 
Chad F. Jones, Ensign 

Thomas Hall, Sergeant 
John Whitmarsh, Sergeant 
Isaac Lovejoy, Sergeant 
John Needliam, Sergeant 
Joseph Stevens, Corporal 
Joshua Crockett, Corporal 
Simeon or Simon Noble, Corporal 
Bela Noj'cs, Corporal 
Daniel Leighton, Musician 
Jonathan Stevens, Musician 

Privates. 
Bancroft, .Jacob or Joseph 
Bartlett, Clement 
Bradbury, A. 



Case, John 
Flint, Elijah 
Foster, Amos 
Foster, Nathan, Jr. 
French, Benjamin 
Hall, David 
Hill, Josiah, Jr. 
Hobbs, Jeremiah 
Hobbs, Jeremiah, Jr. 
Hobbs, Roljinson 
Jordan, Abraham 
Jordan, John 
Judkins, Thomas 
Lovejoy, Isaac F. or T. 
Merrill, Edmund 
Merrill, Enoch 
Merrill, John 
Merrill, William 
Millett, Israel 
Needham, Eyi 



Noble, Nathan, Jr. 
Pierce, Joseph 
Pingrey, Hezekiah 
Pingrey, Hoji; 
Pingrey, Samuel 
Pingrey, Stephen, Jr. 
Pingrey, William 
Poole, Asa 
Prentis, Henry 
Shed, Silas 
Small, James 
Staples, Jeremiah 
Ste\-ens, Joel, Jr. 
Upton, Francis 
Upton, Micah 
Watson, Stephen P. 
White, Hosea 
WiLkins, Darius 



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Lieut. Col. W. Ryerson's Regiment. 

From Sept. 25 to Nov. 7, 1814. Service at Portland. 



Field and Staff. 


Noncommissioned Staff. 


Waiters. 


William Ryerson, Lieutenant Colonel, 


Henry Rust, Sergeant Major 


Dusenbury, James 


Paris 


Moses Plummer, Sergeant Major 


Folsom, George 


James Steele, Major 


Saul Ames, Quartermaster Sergeant 


Hanson, Humphrey 


Peletiah Smith, Major, Pejepscot 


William Swan, Drum Major 


Jackson, Boston 


James Chase, Adjutant, Livermore 


Elisha Buck, Drum Major 


McKenney, William - 


Joshua Carpenter, Adjutant, Hartford 


Pelham Bryant, Fife Major 


Merrill, Edward 


Ruel Phillips, Adjutant, Minot 


Alvan Robinson, Fife Major 


Wliite, John 


Billy Benjamin, Quartermaster, Liver- 






John Briggs, Paymaster, Sumner 






Benjamin Chandler, Surgeon, Norway 






Cornelius Holland, Surgeon's Mate, 






Livermore 







Capt. H. Bickford's Company, Lieut. Col. W. Ryerson's Regiment. 

From Sept. 25 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Porter. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Dresser, Frederic 


Osgood, Robert 


Hezekiah Bickford, Captain 


Dresser, Levi 


Palmer, Moses 


John Evans, Lieutenant 


Dresser, Stephen, Jr. 


Parker, Joseph 


Benjamin Woodman, Ensign 


Dutch, Samuel 


Pike, Saul 




Eastman, Joseph 


Porter, Asahel 


Moses Merrill, Sergeant 


Emery, James 


Porter, David 


Daniel Howe, Sergeant 


Farnum, Joseph 


Quimljy, Jacob 


Jeremiah Chandler, Sergeant 


Gardner, David 


Record, Saul 


Moses Hutcliins, Sergeant 


Gerrish, Obediah 


Richardson, Joshua 


Nehemiah C. Dresser, Sergeant 


Gordon, Joseph 


Sargent, Joseph F. 


John Chandler, Corporal 


Hapgood, William 


Snow, Joseph 


James Warner, Corporal 


Harnden, Benjamin 


•• Snow, Silas 


Robert Patterson, Corporal 


Harnden, Elbridge 


Travers, Saul 


Benjamin Fificld, Corporal 


Hartshorn, William 


Treadwell, Jonathan 


William Berry, Musician 


Head, Nathaniel 


Trull, Micah 


Amos P. Kno.x, Musician 


Heaton, Samuel 


Walker, Supply 




Hubbard, Warwick 


Warren, Nathaniel 


Privates. 


Huntress, Saul D. 


Went worth, William 


Adams, Henry 


Hutchins, Ichabod 


Whiting, Clement 


Andrews, Amos 


L'ish, Stephen 


Whiting, James 


Bean, James 


Jewell, John 


Wliiting, Oliver, Jr. 


Bean, Nathaniel 


Johnson, David 


Whitney, Ephraim 


Bemis, Amos 


Kennister, John 


Winsliip, Thomas 


Bemis, Joseph 


Kimball, Isaac 


Woodman, Enoch (died) 


Bemis, Tliaddeus, Jr. 


Kniglit, Tristram 


Wyly, America 


Blake, John 


Knowles, Aaron 


Wyly, John, Jr. 


Blake, William 


Libbey, James 




Boynton, William, Jr. 


Lord, Job C. 


Waiters. 


Charles, Simeon 


Low, Justin 


Evans, Henry H. 


Charles, Timotliy 


Mason, Gideon 


Pearl, Joseph 


Clay, Benjamin 


McAllister, John 


Shed, John 


Day, Jabez C. 


Merrill, Jolin 




Dresser, Elijali 


Osgood, Dean 





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Capt. S. Blake's Company, Lieut. Col. W. Ryerson's Regiment. 
From Sept. 25 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Paris. Service at Portland. 



R.\NK AND N.A.ME. 

Stephen Blake, Captain 
Thomas Hill, Lieutenant 
Thomas Crocker, Ensign 
James Sweet, Ensign 

Thomas Hall, Sergeant 
John Warren, Sergeant 
Elijah Long, Sergeant 
Josiah Dudley, Sergeant 
Alexander Robinson, Sergeant 
Francis Keene, Corporal 
Daniel Witt, Corporal 
Rufus Richardson, Corporal 
Amos Thurlow, Corporal 
Lloyd Anderson, Corporal 
Seneca Pratt, Musician 
Isaac Record, Musician 

Privates. 
Allen, EUsha 
Allen, Joshua 
Barron, William L. 
Bartlet, Sylvanus 
Bassford, David (D) 
Benson, Seth 
Bent, Otis 
Berry, Levi 
Blake, Richard 
Boker, CjTian 
Brett, Martin 
Briggs, John 
Brooks, Jacob L. 
Bryant, Cliristoplier 
Bryant, Ichabod 
Bryant, Samuel 
Brj'ant, Solomon, Jr. 
Bryant, Zebulon 



Buck, James 
Caldwell, Elijah 
Chesley, Jonathan 
Churchill, Benjamin 
Churchill, William 
Clifford, Jonathan F. 
Cobb, CjTus 
Coburn, Jeremiah 
Cole, James (D) 
Cole, Josej)h 
Cole, Levi 
Cotton, William 
Curtis, Charles 
Danmion, Jonathan 
Dean, Edmund 
Doten, Silas 
Drake, Stephen 
Dudley, Moses 
Dunham, Eleazer 
Dwelley, Barzaleel 
Farrar, Thomas 
Frost, Edmund 
Graffan, Thomas 
Gurney, Edward 
Gurnev, Samuel B. 
Hall, Abijah 
Hall, Kimball 
Hill, Charles 
Hodgdon, Moses 
Hodgkins, Israel 
Jordan, Elijah 
Keene, Shadraek 
Kilgore, Andrew 
Knight, Isaac 
Lambert, John L. 
Lane, Jolin 
Leach, Mark 
Leighton, Robert 



Leonard, Jacob 
Libbey, Enos 
Marshall, Moses 
Maxim, Silas, Jr. 
Needham, John 
Packard, Shepherd 
Packard, Stephen 
Parsons, George 
Penley, James 
Perry, Joseph, Jr. 
Porter, John 
Prince, Job 
Sanborn, David 
Serill, William 
Shirtliff, Alva 
Simonton, James 
Smith, William H. 
Stearns, John 
Stearns, Phineas 
Swan, Farwell 
Swift, John 
Swift, Samuel , 
Townsend, Otis 
Tucker, Saul 
Twitchell, Jolm 
Valentine, John 
Videto, Jasper 
Walker, Charles 
Walton, Simeon 
Wentworth, Paul 
Work, William 
Yates, William 
Young, Asa 



Dresser, James 
French, James 
Green, John 



Waiters. 



Capt. B. Bodwell's Company, Lieut. Col. W. Ryerson's Regiment. 

From Sept. 25 to Nov. 5, 1S14. Drafted and in service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Flood, Luther 


Bailev Bodwell, Captain 


Abbott, Micah 


Flood, Samuel 


WiUiani Ingalls, Lieutenant 


Anderson, Montgomery 


Gilman, Ebenezer 


Stephen Pratt, Ensign 


Anthoine, Amos 


Goold, Jonathan 


Richard Cook, Ensign 


At wood, Job 


Goold, Noah 


Daniel Stevens, Ensign 


Bancroft, Jacob 


Gorham, Benjamin 




Banford, Jeremiah 


Gould, Andrew 


Nathan Pettingill, Sergeant 


Bartlett, Lemuel, 2d 


Graffam, Peter 


James Stewart, Sergeant 


Bartlett, Malachi 


Greenwood, Thaddeus 


Samuel Wiggins, Sergeant 


Burbank, Isaiah 


Harmon, Jonathan 


Alexander Merrill, Sergeant 


Clifford, John 


Hawk, Sheppard 


Reuben Merrill, Corporal 


Cobb, Churchill 


Hersey, Israel 


WiUiam Greeley, Jr., Corporal 


Cole, Joseph 


Hill, CoiLsider 


Nathan Sawyer, Corporal 


Coy, Cyrus 


Hill, Josiah, Jr. 


William Corson, Cor])oral 


Davis, John 


Hooper, Hemy 


Simeon Noble, Corporal 


Dawljin, James 


Hunter, Robert 


Peletiah Berrv, Musician 


Dawbin, William 


Ingalls, Loammi 


John Quinby, Musician 


Delano, Ezekiel 


Ingersoll, Daniel B. 


Nathaniel Bodwell, Musician 


Drinkwater, William 


Irish, Samuel 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. B. Bodwell's Company, Lieut. Col. W. Ryerson's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Means, Nicholas 


Smith, Asa 


Jackson, Thomas 


Merrill, John 


Snow, James 


Jewett, Daniel 


Millet, Israel 


Strout, Isaac 


Johnson, Andrew 


Milliken, Josiah 


Swet, Josiah 


Johnson, James 


Noble, Christopher 


Thomb, John 


Jordan, Abraham 


Noble, David 


Thorn, Eleazer 


Kemp, Eben 


Parsons, John, Jr. 


Thorn, William 


Kennison, David 


Patrick, Benjamin 


Thurston, David, Jr. 


Kezer, Luther 


Perry, John 


Tubbs, Samuel 


Lamb, Solomon 


Perry, Maish 


Tukey, Samuel 


Lamb, William 


Pingree, Hezekiah 


Turner, Charles 


Lewis, Joseph 


Pingree, Hoyt 


Usher, Robert 


Lock, Nathaniel 


Porter, Rufus 


Wardwell, Samuel, Jr. 


Lombard, Richard 


Pray, Alexander 


Waterhouse, Samuel, Jr. 


Lord, David 


Prince, Joseph 


Weeks, John 


Mackie, Andrew 


Royal, William 


Whitehouse, Ephraim 


Martin, Nathaniel 


Sanborn, John 


Whitmore, Major 


Maybury, Ezekiel 


Sanborn, Lewis 


Winn, John 


McKeuney, Daniel 


Sawyer, Ebenezer 





Capt. H. Frost's Company, Lieut. Col. W. Ryerson's Regiment. 

From Sept. 25 to Nov. 7, 1814. Drafted from Poland, Gray, New Gloucester and Danville. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Dyer, Charles 


Paree, Jabez W. 


Henry Frost, Captain 


Estes, William 


Patterson, Abraham 


Moses Rowe, Lieutenant 


Eveleth, Moses 


Pearce, Crocker 


Elijah Huston, Lieutenant 


Fernald, Joseph 


Penny, Aaron 


Salmuel True, Ensign 


Fogg, Daniel 


Pierce, Abraham 




Fowler, Hugh 


Pratt, Eberdeen 


Samuel H. Haskell, Sergeant 


Gammon, Nathaniel 


Preble, John 


John Huiiiphrey, Sergeant 


Goss, George 


Prince, William 


Moses Plummer, Sergeant 


Goss, Philemon C. 


Ramsdell, Rolaert 


Thomas Waterman, Sergeant 


Goss, William 


Roach, James K. 


Ephraim Stenchfield, Sergeant 


Gould, William 


Roberts, Daniel 


Benjamin Weeks, Corporal 


Grant, Isaac 


Rogers, Edward 


JWm Stenchfield, Corporal 


Grover, Zebulon P. 


Rowe, Gilbert A. 


W.alter Johnson, Corporal 


Hackett, James 


Rowe, Samuel 


Jabez Waterman, Corporal • 


Hammond, William 


Small, Jeremiah 


Nathan Allen, Corporal 


Harris, Martin 


Small, John 


Derring Jolyison, Musician 


Haskell, Ebenezer (died) 


Smith, John 


James Eveleth, Musician 


Haskell, Peleg 


Stenchfield, John 




Hollifi, David 


Triekey, Josepli 


Privates. 


Houston, Joseph 


True, Jacob L. 


Allen, John 


Humplu-ey, John, 3d 


Verril, John 


Allen, Zadock 


Jordan, Charles 


Wagg, William P. 


Austin, Minion 


Jordan, William 


Waite, George 


Babb, Charles 


Jordan, William, Jr. 


Walker, John 


Bennet, Isaac 


Knight, Abraham 


Wharf, Nathaniel 


Berry, Morrill 


Knight, Moses 


Whitham, Asa 


Blake, Eplu-aim 


Larabee, Dennis 


Whitham, Ebenezer, Jr. 


Blake, Richard 


Leach, James 


Wiggins, Nathaniel 


Brooks, Charles 


Leach, Mark 


Winslow, Jacob 


Brown, Jacob 


Lilibey, Jedediah C. 


Woodljury, Benjamin 


Chipman, Seth 


Libbey, William 


Woodbury, William 


Crockett, David 


Libbey, William, Jr. 




Davis, Benjamin 


Loring, David 


Waiters. 


Davis, Moses 


Martin, John 


Frost, George D. 


Davis, William 


Mason, Nathaniel 


Preble, Ebenezer 


Dennin, Samuel 


McGuire, John 


Roberts, Reuben 


Dennison, Simeon 


McKcnney, AVilliam 




Doubty, John M. 


Paine, Charles 





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257 



Capt. J. Harlow's Company, Lieut. Col. W. Ryerson's Regiment. 

From Sept. 25 to Nov. 7, 1S14. Raised at Minot aud viciuity. Service at Portlaud. 



Rank .\nd Name. 


Cushman, Zebedee, Jr. 


Matthews, John, Jr. 




.James Harlow, Captain 


Dauble, Elijah 


Mitchell, Zenas 




Reucl Pliillips, Lieutenant 


Davis, Joseph 


Morse, Daniel 




John Small, Lieutenant 


Davis, Stephen 


Packard, Jonathan 




Andrew Cushman, Ensign 


Day, George 


Park or Parks, Caleb 




William Frost, Ensign 


Drake, Enos 


Peiily, William 






Drake, Martin 


Perkins, Joseph 




Elijihalet Packard, Sergeant 


Drew, Lewis 


Perkins, Luther 




Nathaniel Gammon, Sergeant 


Drew, Stephen 


Perry, Gad 




Ebenezer Holmes, Sergeant 


Eustace, George 


Phillips, Thomas 




Asia Jones, Sergeant 


Eustace, Thomas 


Pratt, Zebedee 




David Corliss, Sergeant 


Foster, Abijah 


Robbins, Calvin 




Samuel P. Poole, Sergeant 


Foster, Michel 


Rounds, Abner 




William Chenery, Corporal 


Freeman, Saul 


Soule, Alexander 




I'^phraim Ricker, Corporal 


Fuller, Nathaniel 


Staples, Moses 




Peter Noyes, Corporal 


Fuller, Oliver, Jr. 


Staples, Simon 




Jennet Holbrook, Corporal 


Gammon, Robertson 


Stout, Nathaniel 




Pelham Bryant, IMusician 


Gammon, Wilmot 


Sweet, Josiah 




James Goff, Musician 


Hall, Andrew 


Thompson, Gilmore 






Hall, John 


Treat, Richard 




Privates. 


Hamblin, Ehphalet 


True, William 




Alden, Alexander 


Hay den, Lewis G. 


Turner, Levi 




Andrews, Loved 


Hayes, Dennis 


Washburn, Eli 




Austin, Ebenezer 


Hennaford, William W. 


Witt, John 




Bean, Abiather 


Hill, William 


Wood, Absalom 




Bearce, Asa, Jr. 


Hisej^, John 


Wood, Earl 




Berry, Olaediah 


Holmes, Alvali 


Wood, Israel 




Bird, William 


Hohnes, Miles 


Wright, Nathan 




Bonney, John 


Hobnes, Salmon 


Wright, Samuel 




Bradbury, Jacob 


Howard, Asaph 


Young, Christopher 




Buck, Eiisha 


Jackson, Elijah 


Young, Isaac 




Buck, Simeon 


Keith, Pliney 






Capen, Uriah 


Kilborn, Robert 


Waiters. 




Caswell, John 


Knowlton, Alvin 


Stanford, David 




Caswell, Noah 


Landers, Lot 


Thrasher, Joseph 




Chamberlain, Aaron, Jr. 


Latham, Barzilla 


Weblj, Ciu.stavus 




Chase, Abner 


Matthews, Constant 






Cox, Edwaril 


Matthews, Jabez 




• 



Capt. J. Holt's Company, Lieut. Col. W. Ryerson's Regiment. 
From Sept. 25 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Albany and Bethel. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Brigham, Briant 


Joseph Holt, Captain 


Amis, Solomon, Jr. 


Brigham, Levi 


Jonathan Powers, Lieutenant 


Andrews, William 


Brigham, Luther 


Aaron Cummings, Lieutenant 


Atherton, Ezra 


Brown, Asaph 


Eleazer Twitchell, Ensign 


Barker, Samuel, 3d 


Brown, Herman 




Barker, William 


Brown, Jabez 


Isaac Kilburn, Sergeant 


Bartlett, Ebenezer 


Capen, Timothy 


John Atherton, Sergeant 


Bean, Daniel, Jr. 


Case, John 


Norman Clark, Sergeant 


Bean, Jesse 


Chamberlain, John 


Herman Holt, Corporal 


Bean, Kimball 


Chapman, Timothy 


Daniel Scribner, Corporal 


Bean, Nathaniel 


Coffin, Naphtali 


Daniel Chaplin, Jr., Corporal 


Beckley, Francis 


Cross, Ebenezer, Jr. 


Josiah Brown, Corporal 


Beebe, Robert 


Cummings, Francis 


Ebenezer Colbv, Corporal 


Bell, John, Jr. 


Cushman, John 


Joseph Willis, Corporal 


Billings, Daniel 


Dustin, Farnham 


George W. Longlev, Musician 


Bisbee, Moses 


Estes, John 


Nathan F. Twitchell, Musician 


Blake, Benjamin 


Foster, Jeremiah 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. J. Holt's Company, Lieut. Col. W. Ryerson's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Jones, Sullivan 


Shorry, Urban 


French, John 


Jordan, Wales 


Smith, Amos 


Frisbee, Austin S. 


Kendall, Bczalcel 


Sotherly, William 


Frost, Peter 


Kendall, Joseph 


Sprague, Elbridge 


Greenwood, Nathaniel, Jr. 


Kilgore, Elihu 


Stearnes, Charles, Jr. 


Grover, Asahel 


Kilgore, Gabriel 


Stiles, Nathan 


Grover, Elias 


Kimball, Isaiah, Jr. 


Swift, William 


Grover, James 


Kimball, Jeremiah 


Trull, Silas 


Grover, James, Jr. 


Libbey, Samuel 


Twitchell, Asa 


Grover, Peter 


Lock, Luther 


Twitchell, Sylvanus 


Hall, Benjamin, Jr. 


Moffat, Stephen 


Walker, Joseph C. 


Hall, Charles 


Morse, Marner 


Warren, Abijah 


Hall, Israel 


Page, Samuel 


Warren, Peleg 


Hapgood, Oliver, Jr. 


Peabodv, Asa 


Wctherbee, Jude 


Hapgood, Sprout 


Plummer, Josiah 


Wheeler, Samuel 


Haskell, Parsons 


Pride, Josiah 


Whitcomb, Paul 


Haskell, Samuel, Jr. 


Proctor, John 




Hersey, Caleb 


Russell, Chandler 


Waiters. 


Holt, Timothy A. 


Sanborn, Nathaniel 


Greenwood, Mason 


Jewell, John, Jr. 


Sanders, George W. 


Pierce, Levi 


Jewell, Lewis 


Shed, John 


Turrell, Francis 



Capt. J. Kilbourn's Company, Lieut. Col. W. Ryerson's Regiment. 
From Sept. 2S to Nov. 7, 1S14. Raised at Bridgton and vicinity. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 
Jolui Kilbourn, Captain 
John Smith, Lieutenant 
Daniel Hall, Lieutenant 
Robert Andrews, Jr., Ensign 

Jonathan Bernard, Sergeant 
John Skillings, Sergeant 
John Whitmarsh, Sergeant 
Stephen Edwards, Sergeant 
Joshua Goodridge, Sergeant 
Ithamar Brigham, Sergeant 
William Stone, Corporal 
Richard T. Smith, Corporal 
Samuel Hermon, Corporal 
Edward Jordan, Corporal 
Marks Jordan, Corporal 
Daniel Clute, Corporal 
Porter Perley, Musician 
Rufus Harmon, Musician 

Privates. 
Baker, Samuel 
Barker, Nathan 
Barton, Jacob 
Bean, Abner 
Bearce, John 
Blake, Nathaniel 
Brackett, Enoch 
Brown, Simeon 
Burnall, William 
Burnett, Samuel 
Burnliam, Simeon 
Califf, Jedediah T. 
Carrol, David 
Cai'sley, Ebenezer 
Cash, John, Jr. 
Caswell, Libbeus 
Center, Jacob 



Chadbourn, Benjamin 
Chaplin, Jacob 
Chase, Josejih 
Colby, Israel 
Cook, John 
Dawes, Bela 
Decker, David 
Dyer, Andrew 
Edwards, Ephraim 
Elwell, John 
Emerson, Isaac 
Emerson, Joshua 
Fowler, David 
Gay, David 
Graham, John 
Haynes, William 
Hill, John 
Hill, Thomas 
Hobbs, Isaac 
Hohbs, John 
Ingalls, Francis, 3d 
Ingalls, Gai-dner 
Ingalls, Samuel, 2d 
Jackson, William 
Jordan, James 
Jordan, Natlianiel, Jr. 
Kimball, Israel, Jr. 
Kneeland, Moses 
Kneeland, Simeon 
Knight, Abraham 
Knight, Thomas 
Lane, Levi 
Latham, Galen 
Laurence, Simon S. 
Leach, Jonathan 
Lombard, Joseph (D.) 
Long, Darius 
Marsh, Peletiah 
Mayo, Thomas 



Montford, David 
Montford, Joshua 
Moors, Solomon 
Morrison, James 
Morse, John, Jr. 
Newcomb, Elisha 
Noble, John 
Oliver, Jolm 
Porter, Nehemiah 
Potter, Asa 
Purvis, William 
Scribner, Joseph 
Shaw, Ricliard, Jr. 
SkiUings, John 
Small, Francis 
Smith, James 
Smith, Joseph (D.) 
Smith, Marshall 
Spiller, John, Jr. 
Stinchfield, Stejihen 
Strout, Prince 
Symonds, Joseph 
Temiey, John 
Thrasher, Robertr 
Titcomb, Jeremiah 
Tukey, John 
Tyler, Abraham 
Tyler, Joseph 
Usher, Scilly G. 
Watkins, Jacob S. 
Welj.ster, Whitely 
Weston, John 
Whitney, George W. 
Wilson, Earl 

Waiters. 
Kilborn, Ebenezer 
Robeits, Benjamin 
Smith, Benjamin, Jr. 



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259 



Capt. W. Morrison's Company, Lieut. Col. W. Ryerson's Regiment. 

From Sept. 25 to Nov. 7, 1S14. Raised at Livermore. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Carver, Amos 


Marble, Ira 


William Morrison, Captain 


Clark, John 


Marsh, David 


Thomas Davis, Lieutenant 


Clark, Saul 


Merrill, Joseph 


Billy Benjamin, Ensign 


Clauson, Luther, Jr. (D.) 


Mitchell, Charles 


Jesse Howe, Ensign 


Cobb, Stejjhen 


Moore, Asa 




Coburn, Jonas, Jr. 


Morrell, Elijah 


Zenas HaU, Sergeant 


Cox, John 


Page, Elijah 


William Harlow, Sergeant 


Crockett, John 


Paine, Thomas 


Israel \\'aters. Sergeant 


Cummins, Oliver 


Parker, Edward 


Aiding ^^'illiIlgton, Sergeant 


Cushman, Levi 


Phillips, Edmund 


Nathaniel Dyke, Sergeant 


Dallv, Daniel 


Randall, Samuel 


John Clark, Corporal 


Dike, Fuller 


Robinson, Stephen R. 


David Ducker, Corporal 


Doane, Asa 


Sampson, Jacob 


James Waite, Corporal 


Doane, Charles 


Sargent, Benjamin 


Jacob Lovcjoy, Corporal 


Doane, Edward 


Shaw, Job 


Joseph Fuller, Corporal 


Doble, Solomon 


Skinner, David 


Francis F. Haynes, Musician 


Drout, John 


Smart, Jeremiah 


William Spaulding, Musician 


Eastman, Timothy 


Soule, Beza 




Edgcomb, Didimus C. 


Steele, Samuel 


Privates. 


Elhs, Ardin 


Stubbs, Nathan 


Abbott, John 


Eustace, William 


Thomas, Levi, Jr. 


Abbott, William 


Fletcher, Benjamin 


Thomas, Nathaniel 


Allen, Asa 


Frye, Jonathan 


Thompson, Galen 


Allen, Datus T. 


Fuller, Aaron 


Townsend, Thomas 


AOen, Reuben 


Fuller, Abraham 


Uland, Edmund C. 


Allej', Thomas 


Fuller, Charles 


Waite, Tyler 


Atkinson, Enoch 


Fuller, Ezra, Jr. 


Washburn, Martin 


Barber, Elias 


Fuller, John B. 


Wellington, Ehjah 


Barrows, Simeon 


Gowell, ^\'illiam 


Wentworth, Thomas 


Bartlett, David 


Hodgdon, Abraham 


Wilson, Gowen 


Bell, Robert 


Irish, Ebenezer 


Winter, Joseph 


Benson, Joseiih 


Keeno, Judah, Jr. 


Woodruff, John 


Bisbee, Luther 


Kini])all, Nathan 


Young, Moses, 2d 


Bonney, Asa 


King, Henry 




Bosworth, William 


Knowles, Sila.s 


Waiters. 


Brown, James 


Laroach, Stei)hen 


Bennett, William 


Bryant, James 


Leadbetter, Thomas 


Johnson, Jolm 


Burgess, Ebenezer 


Lyford, Samuel 


Vose, William 



Capt. E. Morse's Company, Lieut. CoL W. Ryerson's Regiment. 
From Sept. 25 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Livermore. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 
Ehas Morse, Captain 
Ezra Stevens, Lieutenant 
Stephen Pratt, Lieutenant 
Hendriek Aldrich, Ensign 

Hezekiah Griffith, Sergeant 
Isaac Fuller, Sergeant 
Thomas Towns, Sergeant 
Zenas Stetson, Sergeant 
John Cummings, Sergeant 
John Ciriffiths, Corporal 
Oliver Lucas, Corporal 
Ezra Anderson, Corporal 
Leonard Benson, Corj5oral 
Jacob M. Russell, Corporal 
Abner Holman, Musician 
John Lunt, Musician 



Privates. 
Allen, James 
Andrews, Lucius 
Andrews, Manassah 
Beals, Luther 
Benson, Sullivan 
Birt, William 
Bosworth, Noah 
Bourn, Caleb 
Brown, Moses 
Brown, Simeon 
Bumpas, Cahin 
Cole, George 
Decoster, C'handler 
Deland, Abial 
Deland, William 
Delano, Samuel 
Dorn, Ebenezer, 1st 



Dorn, Ebenezer, 2d 
Dutton, David 
Edgcomb, Daniel 
Ehvell, David 
Fairbanks, Elias 
Farrar, Saul 
Fisher, Elijah 
Ford, Obadiah 
Gammons, Perkins 
Gibbs, John 
Gilkey, James 
Graffum, Daniel 
Gross, William 
Haines, William 
Haskell, A.sa 
Hathaway, Eh 
Hawkins, Henry 
Hind, Chapman 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. E. Morse's Company, Lieut. Col. W. Ryerson's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Merrill, Abel, Jr. 


Soper, Alexander 


Hinkley, Alansoii 


Merrill, David 


Soper, Gad 


Hobbs, Robinson 


Morrill, Humphries 


Soule, Samuel 


Hodge, John M. 


Morse, David, Jr. 


Stacy, John 


Irish, Elkanah 


Morse, Henry 


Starboard, James 


Irish, Josluia 


Noble, Nathan 


Stetson, Ephraim 


Irish, Wilham 


Packard, Josiah 


Thompson, John 


Jackson, Joseph 


Parlin, Almond 


Tobin, Benjamin 


Keene, Edward 


Parlin, Oliver 


Tucker, John 


Keene, John, Jr. 


Persons, Daniel 


Vaughn, Zenas 


Kenny, Elislia 


Pingree, William 


Waterman, Noah, Jr. 


Knox, James 


Poland, Svh'anus 


Waters, Gardner 


Knox, Joshua 


Pratt, Church 


Wood, William 


Kranska, Jason 


Rich, David 


Wyer, William 


Lovewell, Luther 


Robinson, Asa 




Lucas, David 


Simmons, Daniel 


W (liters. 


Ludden, Jacob 


Smith, Elliot 


Strout, Daniel 


Luther, Chclsey 


Sncll, Moses 


Strout, James 


Mason, Reuben 


Snow, Levi 


Strout, Lemuel 



Capt. I. Reynold's Company, Lieut. Col. W. Ryerson's Regiment. 



From Sept. 2.5 to 


Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Miiiot and vicinity. 


Service at Portland. 


Rank and Name. 


Chandler, Jonathan 


Marshall, Aaron 


Ichabod Reynolds, Captain 


Chandler, Phineas 


Mason, Nathaniel 


Charles Briggs, Lieutenant 


Chandler, Seth 


McLaughlin, Daniel 


Joshua Carpenter, Lieutenant 


Chandler, Stephen 


Merrill, Edward 


Samuel Nash, Ensign 


Chase, Peter 


Merrill, Rufus 




Cole, Nathan 


Millet, David 


Joseph Sampson, Sergeant 


Colhiis, Daniel D. 


Minon, Reuben 


Abel Allen, Sergeant 


Crocker, Charles 


Moody, Nathaniel 


Asa Harlow, Sergeant 


Currier, Benjamin 


Morgan, Solomon 


Daniel Pratt, Sergeant 


Cushman, Isaac 


Packard, Cyrus 


Silas Bumpas, Sergeant 


Davis, Lane 


Perkins, Moses 


Stephen Maxwell, Corporal 


Davy, Solomon 


Pettingill, Ethan 


Nathaniel Flint, Corporal 


Drake, Nathaniel 


Philips, Saul 


John Ferrill, Corporal 


Dresser, John 


Potter, Daniel 


Otis Phillips, Corporal 


Eaton, Samuel 


Prescot, Solomon 


Zelotes Haskell, Corporal 


Folsom, Samuel 


Record, Calvin E. 


Erastus Miles, Musician 


Fuller, Barnabus 


Record, Elisha 




Gardner, John 


Reed, Jacob 


Privates. 


Goff, James 


Richardson, Stephen 


Alden, Daniel 


GowcU, James 


Rowe, Benjamin 


Allen, Benjamin 


Gurney, Levi 


Runnel, Isaac 


Baily, Aretus 


Hasey, Jacob 


Runnels, Isaac E. 


Baily, Hudson 


Hasey, Joseph 


Shaw, Edward 


Baily, Luther 


Hasty, Nathaniel 


Small, Saul 


Barrows, Cornelius 


Hesum or Hersum, John 


Sturdevant, James 


Barrows, Job H. 


Hodge, David 


Turner, Oliver 


Bartlett, Jonathan 


Hodge, Joseph 


Varrell, John 


Bates, John 


Ilutchins, Jonathan 


Washburn, Stephen 


Bradbury, Andrew 


Hutchinson, Daniel 


Whittemore, Levi 


Bradford, Benjamin 


Iri.sh, Joseph 


Wood, Solomon 


Bradford, Samuel 


Jackson, Joseph 


Woodman, Jabez 


Briggs, Daniel 


Jones, Abner 


Woolcot, Solomon 


Brown, Artemus 


Jones, Richard 




Bryant, Abel 


Kingsly, Martin 


Waiters. 


Bryant, Amos 


Lane, Amos 


Boney, Lebbeus 


Bumpas, Jesse 


Latham, Abial 


Hasty, John 


Campbel, Alexander 


Littlefield, Enoch 


Hasty, Nathaniel 


Carman, Luther 


Lord, James 




Caswell, Job 


Mallet, Solomon 





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261 



Capt. W. Wheeler's Company, Lieut. Col. W. Ryerson's Regiment. 

From Sept. 25 to Nov. 7, 1S14. Raised at Rumford and viciuity. Service at Portland. 



Rank and Name. 


Chadburn, Humphrey A. 


Moore, Humphrey 


William Wheeler, Captain 


Chatty, John 


Moulton, S. 


Asa Burbank, Lieutenant 


Coburn, Moses 


Newton, Hollsworth 


Ingalls Bragg, Ensign 


Coolbroth, Ebenezer 


Newton, Lambert 


Heiu'j' Floyd, Ensign 


Crane, John 


Nutter, Charles 




DoUoff, David 


Osgood, Asa 


Jesse Duston, Sergeant 


Durgen, Leavit 


Pearl, Benjamin 


Thomas B. Watson, Sergeant 


Fames, Saul 


Pearl, Dimond 


Winthrop Newton, Sergeant 


Eastman, Haynes 


Pierce, Benjamin T. 


Moses Frost, Sergeant 


Estcs, George 


Pierce, William 


Lsaae Spring, Sergeant 


Farnum, Merrill 


Poor, Edward L. or S. 


Samuel Knight, Corporal 


Farnum, Samuel 


Putman, Jacob 


Josiah Mayberry, Corporal 


Fai-rington, Philander 


Putman, Jesse 


Benjamin Farrington, Corporal 


Fillbrooks, Simpson 


Putman, Stephen 


Daniel Crane, Corporal 


Foster, Asa 


Randall, Ezra 


Ebenezer Bergin, Musician 


Foster, Nathan 


Ripley, Joseph 


Joseph Kilgore, Musician 


Frost, John 


Rolf, Nathaniel 




Glines, Daniel 


Rolf, Samuel 


Privates. 


Glines, Timothy 


Simpson, Paul R. 


Abbott, Ebenezer 


Goddard, David 


Simpson, Wilham 


Abbott, Enos, Jr. 


Ciodfrey, Joseph 


Smart, Ira 


Abbott, Farnum 


Graham, George 


Smith, Peter 


Abbott, INIoses 


Hanford, Solomon 


Snow, Joshua 


Abbott, Nathaniel 


Haynes, John 


Stanley, Elisha 


Adams, Nathan 


Henley, John 


Stevens, Enoch 


Allen, Joseph 


Hem-y, John 


Tripp, Nathaniel 


Bailej', Joseph 


Hodsden, Daniel 


Truett, George 


Baker, Nathaniel 


Howard, John 


Varney, Andrew 


Bartlet, Freeborn 


Howe, John 


Virgin, John 


Baston, William 


Howe, Otis 


Warren, Gilbert 


Bell, William 


Jewell, Enoch 


White, Aaron 


Bothwell, James (D.) 


Lewis, Noah 




Burbank, Stephen 


Lock, Thomas 


Waiters. 


Burnham, Bohemia 


Lovcll, Moses 


Burbank, Samuel S. 


Burnham, Ira 


Lovell, Thomas 


Mason, Ebenezer 


Burnham, Jodediah 


Merryfield, Richard 


Webster, Andrew 



Lieut. Col. Elnathan Sherwin's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 24, ISl-i. .Service at Wiscasset. 



Field and Staff. 
Elnathan Sherwin, Lieutenant Colonel, 

Watcrville 
Richard M. Dorr, Major, Waterville 
Abraham Brackett, Major, Sidney 



John Cleveland, Major, Fairfield 
Ephraim Ciatchell, Adjutant, AVaterville 
Joseph B. Hallett, Quartermaster, Water- 

\'ille 
David Wheeler, Paymaster, Waterville 



Moses Appleton, Surgeon, Winslow 
John Wright, Surgeon's Mate, Waterville 
Zedekiah Belknap, Chaplain, Waterville 



Capt. L. Barret's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sherwin's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 24, 1S14. Raised at Fairfield. Service at .\ugusta. 



Rank .\nd Name. 




Privates. 


Colcord, Wilson 


Levi Barret, Captain 


Atwood, Nathaniel 


Cook, Joseph, Jr. 


Robert Hathaway, Lieutenant 


Beales, George 




Cook, Nathaniel 


William Bodfish, Ensign 


Buck, Zebediah 




Decker, Stephen 




Burrell, Benoni 




Emerv, Caleb 


Prince Clifford, Sergeant 


Burrell, Josiah 




Emery, James 


George Dogget, Sergeant 


Burrell, Noah 




Emery, Samuel 


John Burrell, Sergeant 


Chase, Arthur 




Emery, Samuel, 2d 



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Capt. L. 


Barret's 


Company, Lieut. 


Col. E. 


Sherwin's Regiment — Concluded. 




Privates — 


- Concluded. 




Kendall, Jonas 






Pishon, Reulien 


Fall, Ebenezer 






Kendall, Saul 






Posliard, Alaraliam 


Fisk, Peleg 






Mackay, James 






Poshard, David 


Gifford, 


Joseph, Jr. 






McKcckner, John M. 




Snell, Ajipleton 


Gray, Samuel 






Noble, Eleazer 






Spaulding, Sylvester G. 


Guffield 


Abraham 






Noble, .Joseph 






Tuttle, Reuben 


Gullifer, 


David 






Noble, Thomas 






Witliam, Jesse 


GuUifer, 


John, Jr. 






Nye, Sturgis 






Wyman, Starkey 


Gullifer, 


Peleg 






Osborn, William 








Higgins, 


Nathan 






Page, Ebenezer 






Waiter. 


Higgins, 


Thomas 






Page, Francis 






Bodfish, William, Jr. 


Hubbard, Leroy 






Page, Peter 









Capt. A. Lesley's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sherwin's Regiment. 

Fr(im Sept. 13 to Sopt. 2.5, 1)S14. Raised at Sidney. Service at Augusta. 



Rank .\nd Name. 


Woodi.s Roval, Corporal 


Dowty, Elias 


Amasa Lesley, Captain 


Seth Perry, Musician 


Ellis, Robert 


Bethure Perry, Lieutenant 




Emmerson, Hazen 


David Daniels, Ensign 


Privates. 


Handy, James 




Bacheler, Samuel 


Moore, Collins 


Ebenezer Perry, Sergeant 


Blasdell, Daniel 


Moore, Nathan 


Rufus Emerson, Sergeant 


Blasedell, Samuel 


Morse, Newbury 


Francis Smiler, Sergeant 


Bragg, Shulsal 


Scudder, William 


John Bragg, Sergeant 


Chamberlin, William 


Thomas, Jolm 


Jolin Davis, Sergeant 


Chase, James 


Thomas, Jonali 


Zenas Perry, Sergeant 


Church, Randall 


Townsend, Daniel 


Robert Packard, Corporal 


Davis, Charles 


Townsend, Samuel 


Abel Sawtelle, Corporal 


Day, Benjamin 





Capt. S. Lovejoy's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sherwin's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 24. 1S14. Raised at Sidney. Service at Augusta. 



Rank and Name. 


Cummings, Samuel 


Matthews, John 


Stephen Lovejov, Captain 


Dutton, John 


Moore, Ebenezer 


John Ellis, Ensign 


Dyer, Moses 


Pinkham, Abraham 




Ellis, Samuel 


Pinkham, Walter 


John Pinkham, Sergeant 


Faught, Pliilip 


Porter, James 


John Sawtelle, Sergeant 


Faught, Samuel 


Reynolds, Edward 


Joseph Hastings, Sergeant 


Field, Benjamin 


Reynolds, Luther 




Hamlin, Perez 


Re-\'nolds, Thomas 


Privaies. 


Hastings, Matthew 


Robison, Samuel 


Baker, Amariah 


Heath, Asa 


Shaw, James 


Beck, Thomas 


Howard, Zenas 


Thayer, Barnabas 


Branch, Benjamin, Jr. 


Hutchason, John 


Thayer, Daniel 


Brancli, Pahiier 


Libbey, Daniel 




Branch, Tibbetts 


Lovejoy, Joseph 





Capt. S. Morrell's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sherwin's Regiment. 

From Seijt. 13 to Sept. 24, 1S14. Raised at Dearborn. 



Rank and Name. 


Samuel Bickford, Sergeant 


Privates. 


Stephen Morrell, Captain 


Robert Wliitehouse, Corporal 


Blake, John 


Oliver Richardson, Lieutenant 


Levi Wade, Corporal 


Brooks, William 


Solomon Varney, Ensign 


Samuel Bickford, Corporal 


Chote, James 




Henr-\' Richardson, Jr., Corporal 


Clark, Josiali 


Jolin Penny, Jr., Sergeant 


Josejili Howland, Musician 


Clark, Samuel 


Hemy Bickford, Sergeant 


Ezra Page, Musician 


Decker, William 


Moses Bickford, Sergeant 




Ellis, Ebenezer 



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Capt. S. Morrell's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sherwin's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Libbv, Peter 


Richardson, Anthony W. 


Ellis, John 


Lord, William 


Tha}'^er, Ahin 


Ellis, Jonathan 


Maine, Jacob 


Tuttle, John 


Green, Daniel 


Merry, Stephen 


Whitehouse, Isaac 


Hall, Aaron, Jr. 


Mosher, Caleb 


Whitehouse, Nathaniel 


Holmes, Ebenezer 


Murry, Joshua 


Whitehouse, Thomas 


Homer, John 


Osborn, Cyrus 


Wickford, Hilles 


Hussey, Reuben 


Penny, George 


Witham, James 


Hussey, Samuel 


Penny, Nehemiah 


Young, Asa 


James, Benjamin 


Purkins, Daniel 




Kineson, Job 


Rowe, William Jr., 





Capt. R. Smith's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sherwin's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 24, 1814. Raised at Sidney. Service at Augusta. 



Rank and Name. 


Dillingham, Anson 


Pitt, Adam 


Richard Smith, Captain 


Dinsmore, Samuel 


Pitts, Ichabod 


John Robinson, Ensign 


Dyer, Jonathan 


Savage, James 




Ellis, William 


Savage, John 


Privates. 


Emerson, Isaac 


Sawtrelle, Asa 


Abbott, Abial 


Gifford, William 


Smith, Samuel 


Abbott, Samuel 


Hammond, Paul 


Stanley, Leonard 


Bickford, Abijah 


Hulsbard, Noah 


Trask, Ebenezer 


Bolton, William 


Jacobs, Daniel 


Ward, Thomas 


Craig, Freeman 


Jones, Samuel C. 


Weeks, David 


Crosby, William 


Langle-\% Edmund 


Wilbur, Caleb 


Cunmiings, Joseph 


Leonard, Caleb 


Wilbur, David 


Cummings, Samuel 


Lincoln, William 


Wood, Obadiah 


Dillanse, Caleb 


Nash, Joseph 


Wood, Ralph 



Capt. Ansel Toby's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sherwin's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 28, IS 14. Raised at Sidney. Serviee at Auj^usta. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Cleveland, Timothy 




Ansel Toby, Captain 


Allen, Ansel, 11 days' service 


Coffin, Charles 






Allen, Moses 


Davis, Joseph, 8 days' service 




Elias Burgess, Sergeant, 11 days' service 


Bates, Elijah 


Fish, Elisha 




Joseph Nye, Corporal, 8 daj's' service 


Bates, James 


Gibbs, Reuben, 11 days' service 






Bates, Silas 


Nye, Ezra 






Cannon, Nathan 


Tibbitts, George, 11 days' service 





Capt. J. Hitchings' Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sherwin's Regiment. 

From Sept. 14 to Sept. 25, 1814. Raised at Waterville. Service at Augusta. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Readington, Silas 


Joseph Hitchings, Captain 


Bacon, Columlsus 


Readington, William 


Samuel Webb, Lieutenant 


Bennett, John 


Riker, Moses 


Thomas McFarland, Ensign 


Blanchard, Jonas 


Smith, Benjamin 




Clifford, John 


Smith, William 


Josiah Jacobs, Sergeant 


Clifford, Richard 


Soule, David 


Solomon Berry, Sergeant 


Cool, Jacob 


Stagpole, John 


Abraham Butts, Sergeant 


Getchell, Abel 


Sweetser, Richard 


Abraham Merrill, Sergeant 


Hume, William 


Sweetser, William 


Cahan L. Getchell, Sergeant 


Parker, David 


Tower, Stephen 


Peletiah Soule, Corporal 


Parker, Zacheus 




William Watson, Corporal 


Phillips, William 




Lewis Tower, Musician 


Priest, David 




David Low, Musician 


Readington, Samuel 





264 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. J. Minot's Company, Lieut. CoL E. Sherwin's Regiment. 

From Sept. 14 to Sept. 25, 1814. Raised at Belgrade. Service at Augusta. 



Rank and Name. 


Brailey, Russel 


Penney, Daniel 


Jame-s Minot, Captain 


Brailey, William 


Richardson, Silas 


John Page, Lieutenant 


Brownell, George 


Rogers, John 




Burbank, Eleazer 


Rowe, Asa 


Lewis Page, Sergeant 


Burbank, Silas 


Rowe, Caleb 


Samuel Page, Sergeant 


Clark, Joseph 


Rowe, Elisha 


Richard Mills, Sergeant 


Damaron, Samuel 


Stevens, Jonathan 


Lemuel Lombard, Corporal 


Dudley, Oilman 


Stevens, Thomas 


Charles Lombard, Corporal 


Dutton, Asa 


Taylor, Elias 


Wentworth Stewart, Corporal 


Farnham, Samuel 


Taylor, John 


James Black, Corporal 


Gould, Lemuel 


Tilton, Jeremiah 


David Wvman, Musician 


Hancock, John 


Townsend, Robert 




Merchant, Ebenczer 


Welman, James 


Privates. 


Merchant, Edward 


Welman, John 


Barry, Daniel 


Moshier, David 


Yeaton, James 


Brailey, Amos 


Page, Charles 




Brailey, James 


Page, James 





Capt. W. Pullen's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sherwin's Regiment. 

From Sept. 14 to Sept. 25, 1S14. Raised at Waterville. Serviee at ."Augusta. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Lander, Abraham 


William PuUen, Captain 


Badger, Philip 


Lander, Moody 


Leonard Cornforth, Ensign 


Bassey, Thomas 


Lewis, Asa 




Burgess, James 


Lewis, William 


Ichabod Smith, Sergeant 


Cobts, John 


Low, Ivory 


Rufus Ricker, Sergeant 


Combs, David 


Merrifield, William 


John Hallet, Sergeant 


Crowell, Hiram 


Rice, James 


Isaiah Hallett, Sergeant 


Crowell, Isaiah 


Ricker, George 


Samuel Merry, Corporal 


Crowell, Miller 


Ricker, George, 2d 


James Gilbert, Corporal 


Crowell, Seth 


Soule, Philander 


Wiman Sherrv, Corporal 


Gage, Seth 


Stephen,?, Benjamin 


Thomas Stephens, Corporal 


Gibbs, Dennis 


Terrell, Isaac 


Isaac Gay, Musician 


Gleason, Bryant 


Tupper, Samuel 


Dexter Pullen, Musician 


Hallett, Elisha 


Wade, Lorin 


Asa Bates, Musician 


Hayward, Timothy 


Wheeler, Cyrus 




Hodgdon, Elijah 


White, James 




Hussey, Ebenezer 





Captain J. Sylvester's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sherwin's Regiment. 

From Sept. 14 to Sept. 25, 1814. Raised at Belgrade, Serviee at Augusta. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Jones, Samuel 


Joseph Sylvester, Captain 


Appleton, Joseph 


Littlefield, Frost 


Levi Bean, Lieutenant 


Austin, John 


Lord, John 


Isaac Lord, Ensign 


Austin, Nahum 


^ Mills, Richard 




Burks, Thomas 


Penney, John 


Daniel Stevens, Sergeant 


Grain, Samuel 


Rollins, John 


Samuel Smith, Sergeant 


Damaron, Joshua 


Rollins, Jonathan 


William Stevens, Jr., Sergeant 


Downs, Thomas 


RoUins, Valentine 


John Sylvester, Sergeant 


Dunn, Jeremy 


Rollins, William 


Jonathan Hill, Corporal 


Dunn, Nathaniel 


Sylvester, David 


Ephraim Tibbitts, Corporal 


Farnham, Moses 


Tibbitts, John 


William Wells, Corporal 


Farnham, Samuel 


Tibbitts, John, 2d 


Samuel Tupper, Corporal 


Fitch, William 


Tibbitts, Moses 


Samuel Littlefield, Musician 


Frost, Samuel 


Towles, Thomas 


Isaac Farnham, Musician 


Hanson, Nehemiah 


Turner, Asa 




Holmes, John 


Wells, Robert 




Jewett, John 


Yeaton, Samuel 




Jones, Richard 





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265 



Lieut. Col. E. Sherwin's Regiment of Drafted Militia. 

From Sept. 24 to Nov. 10, 1S14. Sorvice at Wiscasset and Edgecomb. 



Field and St.\ff. 
Elnatliaii Sherwin, Lieutenant, Water- 

viUe 
Richard M. Dorr, Major, Waterville 
Nathan Stanley, Major, China 
Epliraim Getchell, Adjutant, Waterville 



Joseph M. Hallett, Quartermaster, Water- 
ville 
David Wheeler, Paymaster, Waterville 
Moses Appleton, Surgeon, Winslow 
Joseph Bachellor, Surgeon's Mate, Nor- 
ridaevvock 



Noncommissioned Staff. 
Charles Hayden, Jr., Sergeant Major 
Benjamin Foster, Quartermaster Ser- 
geant 
David Low, Drum Major 
Thomas Leeinan, Fife Major 



Capt. J. Collins' Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sherwin's Regiment. 

From Sept. 24 to Nov. 9, 1)S14. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Curtis, Stephen 


Lindsay, James 


James Collins, Captain 


Daggett, Henry 


Lowry, Calvin 


James Manton, Lieutenant 


Dows, Kennel 


Moody, James 


Daniel Leighton, Ensign 


EUis, Benjamin 


Moore, Daniel 




Everett, John 


Moore, Heman 


John Moore, Sergeant 


Getchell, Benjamin 


Moore, Samuel 


Luther Quint, Sergeant 


Getchell, Howard 


MuUin, Daniel 


John Henderson, Sergeant 


Goodridge, John 


Patten, Joseph 


Moses AjTes, Sergeant 


Gould, Samuel 


Peabody, Oliver 


John Holbrook, Corporal 


Graham, Jeremiah 


PenneU, Jose jh 


Hartley Colby, Corporal 


Gray, Joshua 


Richardson, Ebcn 


James Walker, Corporal 


Green, John 


Robbins, Leonard 


Nathaniel Merchant, Corporal 


Hamiell, John 


Rowe, Stephen u.j 


Nimrod Eames, Musician 


Hayden, James 


Rowell, Jonathan 


William Lowiy, Musician 


Havden, Jonathan 


Savage, Cliarles 




Hilton, Ebenezer 


Savage, Robert 


Privates. 


Hilton, Elisha 


Sawj^er, Luke 


Annis, Rollins 


Hilton, Simeon 


Stevens, Jonathan 


Barker, Jonah 


Hooper, Levi 


Sweet, Arnold 


Bray, Ezekiel 


Hutchins, David 


Walker, John 


Cleaves, Abraham 


Lane, Moses 


Witham, Asa 


Colby, Harry 


Lincoln, Ezekiel 


Wjanan, James 



Capt. J. Farwell's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sherwin's Regiment. 
From Sept. 24 to Nov. 10, 1814. Raised at Vassalboro. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Bran, Simon 


Lancaster, Thomas 


Jeremiah Farwell, Captain 


Brown, John, Jr. 


Larrabee, John 


Nathaniel Spratt, Lieutenant 


Bryant, Seth 


Lews, Charles 


Nehemiah Gould, Ensign 


Cone, Isaac 


McLaughlin, George 




Cown, Thomas 


McLaughlin, John 


Charles Webber, Sergeant 


Crosby, Manson 


McManus, Hugh 


Amariah Hardin, Jr., Sergeant 


Crosby, Wilham 


McNally, Arthur 


Jabez Crowell, Sergeant 


Dearborn, Asa 


Meservey, Charles 


Elijah Morse, Sergeant 


Doe, David 


Michaels, George, Jr. 


Rowland F'rye, Corporal 


Farwell, Ebenezer 


Mitchell, Joseph, 4th 


Samuel Brand, Corporal 


Farwell, Hannibal 


Monk, William, Jr. 


Benjamin Malone, Corporal 


Freeman, Reuben 


Morrison, EUjah 


Thomas Whitehouse, Corporal 


Frees, Abraham 


Morse, Zebulon, Jr. 


Washington Drake, Musician 


Frye, John 


Nickerson, Nehemiah 


Timothv Waterhouse, Musician 


Gould, Crowell 


Palmer, William 




Hallett, Watson F. 


Parker, Joseph 


Privates. 


Ham, Enoch 


Reynolds, Parmenus 


Bagley, Green 


Handy, Lemuel 


Roundy, Samuel 


Bartlett, Rufus 


Hawes, Burnard 


Shaw, Advertis 


Bassett, Jabez 


Hood, Christopher 


Shaw, Freeman 


Bassett, Joseph 


Hunter, David 


Smart, Jonathan 


Brackett, Moses 


Jaquith, Andrew 


Smith, James 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. J. Farwell's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sherwin's Regiment — Concluded. 



Prirates — Concluded. 


Ward, Nehemiah 


Wing, Ezekiel 


Smith, John M. 


Webb, John 


Winn, Joseph 


Sparrow, Jonathan 


Webber, John 


Wood, George 


Spratt, George 


Webber, Sylvanus 


Wood, Jordan 


Stevens, John 


Weymouth, Solomon 


Wyman, Fairfield 


Thombs, William 


Whittemore, Hill 




Vickery, Joel 


Wilson, John 





Capt. I. Holt's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sherwin's Regiment. 
From Sept. 24 to Nov. 10, 1814. Raised at Canaan and vicinity. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 
Isaac Holt, Captain 
James Thompson, Lieutenant 
Josiah Blackstone, Ensign 

John Pooler, Sergeant 
John W. Moore, Sergeant 
Benjamin Fairbanks, Sergeant 
Valentino Look, Sergeant 
David Lambert, Corporal 
Nathaniel Sawyer, Corporal 
Jonas Wheeler, Corporal 
Lemuel Adams, Corporal 
Benjamin McDaniels, Musician 
Phineas Hunnewell, Musician 



Ames, Eliakim 
Ames, Isaac F. 
Ames, Jonas 
Annis, George 
Booker, Charles 
Burrell, Joseph 
Buzzell, Elisha 
Church, James 
CoUins, Barnett 



Privates. 



Combey, Da\nd C. 
Davis, Robert 
Dowe, Levi 
Fairbrother, James 
Gerald, David F. 
Grant, Christopher 
Graves, WiUiam 
Hanson, Thomas 
Harding, Benjamin 
Hart, John 
Hayden, James 
Hill, Amos S. 
Hinds, Nimrod 
Hobbs, George 
Horn, Benjamin 
Hoxie, Barrett 
Jenkins, Joseph 
Jewett, Joshua 
Kidder, Isaac 
Lambert, Solomon 
Laughton, Asa 
Laughton, Luther 
Lewis, Isaac 
Lyford, Levi 
Mason, Abijah 
Mayo, Seth 



Mitchell, Andrew 
Oakes, Simeon 
Osborne, George 
Pishon, Frederic 
Pratt, Jacob 
Pratt, Joseph 
Rines, George 
Russell, Luther 
Russell, Ziba 
Sanborn, Levi 
Sanborn, Newell 
Shorey, Samuel 
Smith, John 
Smith, William 
Titcomb, Benjamin 
Tucker, Stephen 
Watson, Jonathan 
Weymouth, Samuel 
Whidden, James 
Whidden, James, 2d 
Wliitcher, Artemas 
Whitman, John 
Whitney, John 
Wyman, John, 2d 
York, Lewis 



Capt. A. Lesley's Company, Lieut. CoL E. Sherwin's Regiment. 

From Sept. 24 to Nov. 10, 1S14. Raised at Sidney and vicinity. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Burbank, Silas 


Lord, John 


Amasa Lesley, Captain 


Burke, Thomas 


Morse, Newbury 


Benjamin Sawtelle, Lieutenant 


Burrill, Benoni 


Moshier, Stephen 


William Bodfish, Ensign 


Burrill, Josiah 


Page, Ebenezer 




Chamberlain, William 


Page, James 


Elias Doughty, Sergeant 


Chase, Arthur 


Pishon, Reuben 


Samuel Page, Sergeant 


Cook, Nathaniel 


Pitts, Adam 


David Guilford, Sergeant 


Craig, Freeman 


Rollins, Freeman 


John Bragg, Jr., Sergeant 


Cummings, Joseph 


Rollins, John 


Wetitworth Stewart, Corporal 


Davis, Charles S. 


Rowe, Caleb 


Daniel Jones, Corporal 


Decker, Steven 


Rowe, Elisha 


Robert Packard, Corporal 


Dinsmore, Samuel 


Sawielle, Moses, Jr. 


Ebenezer Trask, Corporal 


Downs, Thomas 


Smilev, Lcnuiel 


Nathaniel Dunn, Musician 


Dudley, Ciilman 


Spaulding, Sylvester 


Richartl Jones, Musician 


Dunbar, John 


Stevens, Jonathan 




Dyer, Jonathan 


Stilson, Lemuel 


Privates. 


Ellis, Robert 


Taylor, i;iias, Jr. 


Appleton, Joseph 


Fish, Peleg 


Thomas, .lohn 


Bates, Asa 


Gaffield, Abram 


Towle, Thomas 


Berry, Daniel 


Handy, James H. 


Wellman, James 


Blaisdell, Daniel 


Hubliard, Luroy 


Wood, Thomas 


Bodfish, William, Jr. 


Hubbard, Noah 


Woodcock, George 


Brailey, Amos 


Kendall, Jonas 


Woodworth, Benjamin 


Brailey, Russell 


Kingsley, Silas 





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Capt. S. Lovejoy's Company, Lieut. CoL E. Sherwin's Regiment. 

From Sept. 24 to Nov. 10, 1814. Raised at Siduey and vicinity. Service at Wiscasset. 



R.\NK AND Name. 


Cowan, James 


Lewis, William, Jr. 


Stephen Lovejoy, Captain 


Crowell, Scth 


Lovejoy, Albert 


Joseph Warren, Lieutenant 


Davis, Benjamin 


Lo^'ejoy, Samuel 


Ebenezer La\\Tence, Ensign 


Davis, Walter 


Magoon, Joseph 




Ellis, John 


Mains, Jacob 


Palmer Branch, Sergeant 


Elhs, Jonathan 


Nye, Alden 


John Bates, Sergeant 


Fall, Aaron, Jr. 


Nye, Ezra 


Jabez Harlow, Sergeant 


Faning, Pliney 


Parker, David 


Joshua Grant, Sergeant 


Fish, Ehab, Jr. 


Parker, Joseph 


Levi Meade, Corporal 


Gage, Reuben 


Penney, Aiba 


Ebenezer Morse, Corporal 


Green, George 


Pinkham, Reuben 


Winthrop Robinson, Musician 


Hallett, Joseph M. 


Richardson, Joel 




Haskins, Matthew 


Ricker, Moses 


Privates. 


Haj'ward, Timothy B. 


Robinson, Wentworth 


Bickford, Abijah 


Hodgdon, Joseph 


Shorey, James 


Bickford, Henry 


Holwaj', Joseph 


Sloan, John 


Blaneliard, Ellis 


Homer, John 


Snell, Bezar 


Blanchard, Jonas 


Howard, Zenas 


Soule, George 


Burgess, EUis 


Hume, William 


Thayer, Alvin 


Cannon, Nathan 


Hussey, Samuel 


Thayer, Barnabus 


Carsen, Seward 


Hutchinson, John 


Tozier, Simeon 


Chamberlain, John 


Lander, James 


Tozier, William 


Cleveland, Timothy 


LawTence, Henry 


Whelden, Peter 


Chfford, John 


LawTence, James 


Young, Moses 


Coombs, David 


Lawrence, William 





Capt. J. Wellington's Company, Lieut. Col. £. Sherwin's Regiment. 

From Sept. 24 to Nov. 10, 1814. Raised at Albion and vicinity. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Clifford, David 


Pollard, Henry D. 




Joel Welhngton, Captain 


Crowell, David 


Pollard, Levi 




Washington Heald, Lieutenant 


Doe, Andrew 


PoUard, WiUiam 




Israel Richardson, Ensign 


Doe, Jonathan 


Pressy, Thomas, Jr. 






Evans, Thomas 


Randall, Reuben 




Robert Richardson, Sergeant 


Ewer, John, Jr. 


Richardson, Ancbew 




Charles Stratton, Sergeant 


Farnham, Rufus 


Richardson, Ebenezer 




William Eames, Sergeant 


Faught, Nathaniel 


Richardson, Seth 




Samuel Ward, Sergeant 


Field, George 


Richardson, Seth, 2d 




Richard V. Hayden, Corporal 


Ford, James 


Rollins, George 




Nathaniel Merchant, Corporal 


Fowler, Nathan 


RoUins, Nathaniel 




Anch'ew S. FerkiiLs, Corporal 


Getchell, Abial 


RolUns, Thomas 




Benjamin Reed, Jr., Corporal 


Gilison, Andrew 


SewaU, Daniel 




Odiorne Heald, Musician 


Hanson, Caleb 


Small, Phineas 




John Ividder, Jr., Musician 


Haskell, Benjamin 


Snell, David 


' 


Samuel Gibson, Alusician 


Hawes, David 


Spiller, Samuel 






Hawes, Ebenezer 


Stackpole, William 




Privates. 


Hawes, Isaiah 


Studley, John 




AUy, John 


Hawes, James 


Thatcher, Ednumd 




Andrews, Samuel, Jr. 


Hawes, Seth 


Walker, Timothy 




Arlean, James 


Heald, Jonas 


Ward, William 




Bangs, .'Vlkanah 


Jackson, John 


Warren, .4ndrew 




Barker, Jotham 


Lambert, John 


Wellington, Erastus 




Barton, Herman C. 


Low, John 


Whitly, ^\'illiam 




Bates, Samuel 


McKenny, William 


Whitten, Israel 




Bean, Daniel 


McLaughlin, Abraham 


Wilson, Ephraim 




Bixliy, John 


Moore, Oliver 


Wilson, Samuel 




Brown, Jolui 


Moore, Samuel 


Winship, Benjamin 




Bryant, David 


Nichols, Stephen 


Withee, Samuel 




Burgess, Samuel 


Parker, Simeon 


Woodson, Daniel, Jr. 




Burgess, Zadoc 


Pollard, Barton 


Worthen, Samuel 





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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1S12. 



Capt. A. Fletcher's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sherwin's Regiment. 
From Sept. 25 to Nov. 10, 1814. Raised at Bingham and vicinity. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Brown, Nicholas 


HunneweU, Barnabas 


A.sa Fletcher, Captain 


Bunker, Joseph 


Jackman, James 


John Ncal, Lieutenant 


Bunker, Robert 


Kelliher, Samuel 


Benjamin Goodridge, Ensign 


Card, Simeon 


Knight, Solomon 




Chase, Joel 


Knowles, William 


James Baker, Sergeant 


Cook, Joseph 


Lambert, Solomon 


Joseph Maynard, Sergeant 


Corson, Samuel 


Leighton, John 


Israel Drew, Sergeant 


Drew, Benjamin 


Maynard, Simon 


Samuel Leighton, Sergeant 


Durell, Joseph 


Moore, Aaron 


Reuben Smith, Corporal 


Dyer, A.sa 


Pierce, Nathaniel 


David Whipple, Corporal 


Emery, Silas 


Russell, Calvin 


Joseph Moses, Corporal 


Fellows, Isaac 


Smith, David 


Francis Bunker, Corporal 


FoLsom, Samuel 


Smith, Zenos 


Abel Parlin, Musician 


Frost, Joseph 


Stafford, Amherst 


John Moore, Musician 


Gibson, John 


Stafford, Isaac 




Goldsmith, David 


Stinson, David 


Privates. 


Gould, Elijah 


Tebbitts, James 


Baker, David 


Grant, John 


Temple, Luther 


Ball, John 


Hall, Jeremiah 


Town, Samuel 


Benjamin, Jolm 


Haskell, Josliua 


Tuttle, Jonathan 


Blagden, Charles 


Hatch, Nehemiah 


Watson, Jonathan 


Brown, Amaziah 


Heald, Thatcher 


Went worth, John 


Brown, Jeremiah 


Howes, Edmond 


Woodman, Nathan 



Capt. J. Greenleaf's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sherwin's Regiment. 

From Sept. 26 to Nov. 10, 1S14. Raised at Stark and vicinity. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Burns, John 


Jacobs, Theodore 


John Greenleaf, Captain 


Chandler, Daniel 


Johnson, Doremus 


Abram Greenleaf, Lieutenant 


Chapman, Amasa 


Lovejoy, William 


Mathew Taylor, Ensign 


Chapman, Samuel 


Luce, Benjamin 




Corkins, Epliraim 


Martin, David 


Thomas Williamson, Sergeant 


Crandall, Soltner 


Meade, Henry 


Thomas Greenleaf, Sergeant 


Crompton, George 


Morse, Caleb 


Edgar Hilton, Sergeant 


Dean, Elieiiezer 


Ohlin, John 


Martin Burns, Sergeant 


Dickcrson, James 


Pierce, Isaac 


Samuel Albra, Corporal 


Drew, Elisha 


Qurley, Stephen 


William Ladd, Corporal 


Dudley, James 


Riggs, Stenford 


Robinson Gilman, Corporal 


Dutton, Josiah 


Robbins, Ammial 


Joseph Ames, Corporal 


Ellis, John 


Rowe, Ebenezer 


Benjamin Rollins, Musician 


Eveleth, Joseph 


Stanley, James 


William Johnson, Musician 


Fish, Eleazer 


Swift, Ebenezer 




Fish, John 


Taylor, James 


Privates. 


Frederick, Valentine 


Taylor, Joel 


Arnold, James 


Frederick, William 


Taylor, Josiah 


Bates, Isaac 


Gray, Ebenezer 


Vose, Eben 


Beal, Harvey 


Gray, John 


Washburn, Hosea 


Beede, Aaron 


Green, Stephen 


Wells, David 


Boyd, John 


Green, Stephen, 2d 


Whitcomb, Levi 


Boynton, George 


Groton, Leonard 


Williams, Thomas 


Boynton, John 


Hawes, Lemuel 


Williamson, Sylvauus 


Boynton, William 


Hilton, John 




Bradbury, John S. 


Hobbs, Joseph 





Lieut. Col. J. Spring's Regiment. 

Stationed at Suco. 



Field and Staff. 
John Spring, Lieutenant Colonel, Stan- 
dish 
Samuel Merrill, Major, Biddeford 



William Waterman, Major, Buckston 
John F. Scammon, Adjutant, Saco 
Enoch Moody, Quartermaster, Saco 
Josiah Calef, Paymaster, Saco 



Thomas Thornton, Surgeon, Buckston 
John Cogswell, Chaplain, Saco 



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Maj. S. Merrill's Command, Lieut. Col. J. Spring's Regiment. 
From Sept. 19 to Oct. 12, 1814. Stationed at Saco. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Harper, Samuel, Jr. 


Samuel Merrill, Major 


Adams, Joseph 


Hill, Daniel, Jr. 


David Coffin, Adjutant 


Allen, Ehjah 


Ivinsman, Thomas F. 


Joseph Stinipson, Captain 


Allen, Theophilus 


Lane, Silas 


James Woodman, Jr., Captain 


Andrews, Elisha, Jr. 


Lord, Daniel 


Isaac Feleh, Lieutenant 


Barker, Simeon 


Miles, Joel 


Da\id Coffin, Lieutenant 


Boothbv, Samuel 


Miles, John 


Asa Johnson, Ensign 


Burlingham, C. F. or T. 


Morrill, John A. 


Moses Dunn, Ensign 


Chadbourne, Ira 


Norris, Ezra 




Clark, Artherton 


Norris, John 


Charles Alden, Sergeant 


Clark, Joshua 


Perkins, John 


Samuel Gilpatrick, Sergeant 


Cole, Robert 


Perry, William 


Thomas Foster, Sergeant 


Day, Jonathan 


Philpot, Andrew 


James Pierce, Sergeant 


Dinger, Jeremiah 


Philpot, Mo,ses 


Ebenezer Sawyer, Sergeant 


Dole, Daniel 


Philpot, Richard 


Samuel Hill, Sergeant 


Dunnell, .Joseph, ,Jr. 


Pierce, Nicholas 


Stephen Lane, Sergeant 


Durgin, Joshua 


Spencer, D. S. 


William Woodman, Sergeant 


Eaton, Aaron 


Spencer, John 


Moses Dale, Musician 


Elwell, Otheil 


Tarbox, Stephen 


John N. Stinson, Musician 


Field, John 


Tucker, Devenport 


Thomas Wentworth, Musician 


Gordan, Jabez 


Woodman, Isaac 


Stephen Hanson, Musician 


Harmon, Jonathan 





Capt. J. Woodman's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Spring's Regiment. 

From Sept. 19 to Oct. 12, 1.S14. On the sea shore as guard under Lieut. Col. J. Spring. Buxton Light Infantry Company. 



Rank and Name. 


Boothby, Enoch 


Lovett, Benjamin 


James Woodman, Captain 


Burlingham, Carpenter J: 


Merrill, John 


David Coffin, Lieutenant 


Davis, Moses 


Moulton, John 


Moses Dunn, Ensign 


Duunell, Joseph, ,Ir. 


Owen, William 




Elwell, Athiel 


Palmer, Richard 


Ebenezer Sawyer, Sergeant 


Hanson, Daniel, Jr. 


Pennell, Jaljez 


Samuel Hill, Sergeant 


Han.son, Elijah 


Plaistcd, Joseph 


Stephen Lane, Sergeant 


Hanson, Michael 


Sands, James 


WiUiam Woodman, Sergeant 


Harmon, Jonathan 


Sands, Samuel 


Stephen Hanson, Musician 


Harmon, Pelatiah 


Severs, Henry 


Thomas Wentworth, Musician 


Hill, Daniel, Jr. 


Spencer, D. S. 




Jordan, Jabez 


Spencer, John 


Privates. 


Lane, Silas 


Towle, Samuel 


Andrews, Elisha 


Lord, James 


Woodman, Isaac 


Berry, Epliraim 


Lord, John 





Muster Roll of Capt. D. Appleton's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Spring's Regiment. 

From Oct. 10 to Nov. 11, 1814. Raised at Buxton. Service at Saco. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Flood or Hood, William 


Daniel Appleton, Jr., Captain 


Berry, David 


Fogg, Hezekiah 


Thomas Sands, Lieutenant 


Berry, Rufus 


Goldthwight, Thomas 


Joel Marshall, Ensign 


Bond, Samuel 


Gordon, Amos 




Boynton, Isaac 


Haley, WiUiam 


Lemuel Foss, Sergeant 


,-Cousins, Joseph 


Hanscomb, John, Jr. 


Rufus Foss, Sergeant 


Dean, D. E. '4 


Hanscomb, Joseph 


Samuel G. Bennett or Dennett, Sergeant 


Derham, Joseph 


Harding, Simon 


James Thompson, Musician 


Dresser, Edmund 


Harmon, James, Jr. 


William Goodwin, Musician 


Emery, Haven 


Harmon, Stephen 




Fast, Walter 


Henson, Moses 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Muster Roll of Capt. D. Appleton's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Spring's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Owen, Elijah 


Staples, Joseph 


Hill, Samuel, Jr. 


Patterson, Aaron 


Tarbox, Jolm 


Hobson, Samuel 


Patterson, John M. 


Tarbox, Jonathan 


Hobson, William 


Patterson, Nathan 


Tarbox, Samuel 


Hooker, Benning 


Patterson, Richard 


Tarbox, Samuel, Jr. 


Ladd, Thomas 


Patterson, William 


Watson, Alexander 


Ladd, William 


Ridlen, Joseph 


Wood, James 


McCornison, Isaac 


Sawyer, Justum 


Woodman, Levi 


Miller, Nathaniel 


Simpson, Joshua 


Woodman, William 


Nutter, Jacob 


Smith, William, Jr. 





Muster Roll of Capt. S. Strout's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Spring's Regiment. 

From Oct. 30 to Nov. 13, 1814. Raised at Limington. Service at Saco. 



Rank and Name. 


Darling or Furlong, Edmund 


Mesener, Rufus 


Solomon Strout, Captain 


Durgin, Abraham 


Nason, Simon 


Henry Dole, Lieutenant 


Foster, Brad 


Pitts, John 


Elijah Chadbourn, Ensign 


Gould, Ebenezer 


Randell, William 




Grant, Benjamin 


Richard, James 


William Mills, Sergeant 


Haggens, Aaron 


Robinson, Thomas 


William P. Mew (?), Sergeant 


Hamilton, Edward 


Sawyer, Michael 


Elisha Strout, Sergeant 


Hanson, Thomas 


Small, Ebenezer 


Richard Hamilton, Sergeant 


Heard, John 


Small, Ephraim 


Solomon McKinney, Musician 


Hopkins, John 


Smith, Clement 


Moses Chase, Musician 


Hopkins, Samuel 


Smith, John 




Imbener, Edward 


Smith, John, 2d 


Privates. 


King, David 


Strout, Joseph 


Anderson, William 


Knight, Jonathan 


Strout, Samuel 


Bangs, Silvanus 


Knock, Reuben 


Sutton, George 


Brooks, Samuel 


Leavitt, Bracet 


Walker, Simeon 


Carpenter, Andrew 


Lewis, Henry 


Woodward, Joseph 


Carpenter, Samuel 


Manson, Joseph 




Chase, James 


Mesener, Joseph 





Lieut. Col. J. Stone's Regiment. 

From Sept. 11 to Sept. 25, 1S14. Stationed at Wiscasset and vicinity. 



Field and Staff. 
John Stone, Lieutenant Colonel, Gard- 
iner 
Ruell Howard, Major, Augusta 
Henry W. Fuller, Major, Augusta 
Enoch Hale, Jr., Adjutant, Gardiner 
Gideon Farrell, Quartermaster, Hallowell 
Rufus K. Page, Paymaster, Hallowell 
Eliphalet Gillet, Chaplain, Hallowell 



Ariel Mann, Surgeon, Hallowell 

Joel B. Ellis, Surgeon's Mate, Augusta 

Noncommissioned Staff. 
Benjamin Davenport, Sergeant Major 
James Tarbox, Quartermaster Sergeant 
Roswell Whittemore, Drum Major 
John Wadsworth, Fife Major 



Waiters. 



Davison, John 
Wentworth, John 
Young, Servant 



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Capt. D. P. Bailey's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Stone's Regiment. 

From Sept. 11 to Sept. 25, 1814. Raised at Pittstown. Service at Wiseasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Blair, Eben 


Hill, Nathaniel 


David P. Bailev, Captain 


Blake, Ebenezer 


Jackson, Benjamin 


John Blanchard, Lieutenant 


Blanchard, Leonard 


Jewett, Moses 


Jacob Bailev, Ensign 


Bliss, Obed 


Lapham, James 




Brown, Joseph 


Lord, Charles 


Josei)h FoUansbee, Sergeant 


Colburne, John 


Mason, Stephen 


Elihu Lord, Sergeant 


Colburne, Joseph 


Moore, Robert 


Joseph Kidder, Sergeant 


Culvert, Richard 


Moores, Thomas 


George Williamson, Sergeant 


Cutts, Samuel 


Moores, Tristram 


William Troop, Corporal 


Eastman, Benjamin 


Noyes, Isaac 


Nathaniel Brown, Corporal 


Eldred, Michell 


Robinson, Stephen 


George Jewett, Corporal 


Fitch, Andrew 


Scott, Daniel 


Tristram Folsom, Corporal 


Flitner, Thomas 


Scott, John 


James Bailey, Musician 


Freeman, Charles 


Shepherd, Charles 


Alexander Blanchard, Musician 


Freeman, William 


Stevens, John 




Fuller, Thomas 


Stevens, William 


Privates. 


Grant, Charles 


Stiffin, Charles 


Ballard, Daniel 


Hanover, William 


Troop, Alexander 


Bean, John 


Hill, Josiah 


White, Benjamin 



Capt. B. Burbank's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Stone's Regiment. 

From Sept. 11 to Sept. 25, 1JS14. Raised at Augusta. Service at Wiseasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Bond, John 


Mason, Samuel R. 


Benjamin Burbank, Captain 


Briggs, John 


Niles, John 


Nathan Wood, Lieutenant 


Burton, James, Jr. 


Page, David 


David Church, Ensign 


Coffin, David N. B. 


Perkins, Jonathan 




Conn, John 


Prescott, Jonathan 


Ephraim Dutton, Sergeant 


Conner, David Y. 


Ranlett, Daniel 


Benjamin Ross, Sergeant 


Cowan, Isaac, Jr. 


Safford, Moses 


Ebenezer B. Williams, Sergeant 


DilUngham, Albert A. 


Savage, David B. 


Philip W. Peck, Corporal 


Dillingham, Joseph P. 


Savage, Lsaac 


John Hamlin, Corporal 


Elmes, AlHier 


Sewoll, William 


William B. Johnson, Corporal 


Elmes, Elijah 


Shurts, Moody 


Thomas Elmes, Corporal 


Goldthwait, Jacob 


Soule, Abraham 


Bartlet Lancaster, Corporal 


Hebard, Davison 


Smith, Joel 




Hilton, Daniel, Jr. 


Sullivan, Dennis 


Privates. 


Jones, John, 2d 


Thwing, James 


Babcock, William 


Lovejoy, Samuel 




Bates, Solomon 


Lunt, Simeon I. 





Capt. D. C. Burr's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Stone's Regiment. 
From Sept. 11 to Sept.' 25, 1814. Raised at Litchfield. Service at Wiseasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Goodwin, Daniel 


David C. Burr, Captain 


Batchelder, Abraham 


Goodwin, Simeon, Jr. 


Nathaniel Marston, Lieutenant 


Batchelder, Philip 


Gordon, Thomas 


Ebenezer Colby, Ensign 


Briggs, Simeon 


Hanscom, Charles 




Brown, James 


Hanscom, Henry 


Andrew Goodwin, Sergeant 


Chamberlin, Benjamin 


Haskell, Isaac 


Daniel Herrick, Sergeant 


Cole, Abel 


Hildreth, Robert 


Jesse Tucker, Sergeant 


Cram, Stephen 


Jewell, Gould 


James Parker, Sergeant 


Day, Levi 


Judkins, Abraham 


William Hutchinson, Corporal 


Doe, Joshua 


Judkins, Zacheus 


John Sears, Corporal 


Doe, Simeon, Jr. 


Larned, Abel 


Joshua Ritchinson, Jr., Corporal 


Douglass, Joseph 


Marston, James 


Daniel Cram, Corporal 


Dyer, Paul 


Merrill, Daniel 


Cypron I. Edwards, Musician 


Fuller, William, Jr. 


Nash, Samuel 


Davitl Fuller, Musician 


Gelusha, Abijah 


Nash, William, Jr. 


William Brown, Musician 


Glass, Moses 


Neal, Joseph, Jr. 


James Goodwin, Musician 


Glass, Nehemiah 


Pike, Jesse 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1S12. 



Capt. D. C. Burr's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Stone's Regiment — Coiuluded. 



Privales — Concluded. 


Sampson, William 


True, John 


Pinkham, Nathaniel 


Spear, Israel 


Wads worth, Aaron, Jr. 


Potter, Bailey 


Spear, Thomas 


Waterhouse, Ezekiel 


Potter, Hugh, Jr. 


Stevens, Aaron, Jr. 


Williams, James 


Potter, Simeon 


Stoddard, Amos 


Woodberry, Amos 


Richardson, Jonathan 


Stoddard, Calvin 


Woodberry, Hugh 


Richardson, Thomas 


Taylor, James 


Woodberry, True 


Roberts, Joseph 


Tibbets, James 




Robinson, Ezekiel 


Tibbets, William 





Capt. J. Davis' Company, Lieut. Col. J. Stone's Regiment. 

From Sept. 11 to Sept. 25, 1814. Raised at Gardiner. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Gay, Thomas 


Moore, John, 2d 


Jacob Davis, Captain 


Gooding, Nathaniel 


Morgan, Ammi 


Ebenezer Moore, Jr., Lieutenant 


Goodwin, Ebenezer 


Newell, George 


Arthur Plummer, Ensign 


Goodwin, Levi 


Niles, John 




Gray, Pardon 


Osgood, Stephen 


William Partridge, Clerk 


Hardin, Harlow 


Peacock, Benjamin 




Hardin, Pelliam 


Peacock, Edward 


Privates. 


Haseltine, John 


Peacock, James 


Adams, David 


Hooker, Revereius 


Perkins, Eliphalet 


Alden, Silas 


Hopkinson, William 


Plaisted, Ichabod, Jr. 


Andrews, Jonathan 


Huntington, John 


Pratt, Oliver 


Atkins, Eleek 


Jones, John 


Randall, Benjamin 


Atkins, John 


Jordan, Abraham 


Richardson, John 


Ball, Daniel 


Jordan, Benjamin 


Roberts, Lemuel 


Bartlett, James 


Jordan, Jeremiah 


Robinson, John 


Booker, James 


Laurence, James 


Robinson, William E. 


Booker, Nicholas 


Leighton, Natlianiel 


Smith, Amasa 


Byram, C^harles 


Leman, David 


Smith, Hugh 


Clay, Daniel 


Libby, Asa 


Sprague, Josiah 


Clay, Richard 


Libby, Samuel 


Tarbox, Eleazer, Jr. 


Cox, George 


Libby, Solomon 


Tarbox, Nathaniel 


Cram, William 


Marston, James 


Tarbox, Saul B. 


Crowell, Benjamin 


McCaaslin, Henry 


Tarljox, Zachariah 


Crowell, Elisha 


McCauslin, James 


Towne, John (D.) 


Douglas, Zel-iedee 


McLellan, Elkanah 


Towne, Thomas 


Eastman, Nathaniel 


Meader, Benjamin 


Tuck, Samuel 


Edgcomb, Thomas 


Merrifield, Samuel 


Went worth, Noah 


Fall, Samuel 


Merrill, William 


Wilson, Robert 


Gay, Harvey 


Miller, Daniel 




Gay, Seth, Jr. 


Moore, John 





Capt. B. Dearborn's Company, Lieut. CoL J. Stone's Regiment. 

From Sept. 11 to Sept. 25, 1814. Raised at HalloweU. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Seth Sturdevant, Musician 


Goodwin, James 


Benjamin Dearborn, Captain 


James Batchelder, Musician 


Griffin, William 


Thomas B. Coolidge, Lieutenant 


Elias Webber, Musician 


Hinds, Owen 


William Clark, Ensign 


Bradbury C. Folsom, Musician 


Hinkley, Levi 
Hinkley, Owen 


Isaac Smith, Sergeant 


Privates. 


Hussey, James 


Enoch Marshall, Sergeant 


Blunt, John W. 


Hussey, John 


Ebenezer White, Sergeant 


Clark, Peter, Jr. 


Hussey, Obed 


Shephard H. Norris, Sergeant 


Clark, William M. 


Kanavan, John 


Eplu-aim Mayo, Corporal 


Davis, John 


Lyon, Alpheus, Jr. 


Thomas Fillebrown, Corporal 


Dow, Ebenezer 


McCausland, Alexander 


John Folsom, Corporal 


Eastman, David 


Metcalf, Gorham 


Benjamin Plummer, Corporal 


Fillebrown, William 


Metcalf, Joseph 



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Capt. B. Dearborn's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Stone's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 
Morrill, Pelatiah 
Morse, William, Jr. 
Norton, Ebenezer 
Nye, Robinson 
Palmer, John 



Sargent, Lewis 
Smith, Daniel 
Smith, John 
Sweetland, Seth 
Thing, Isaiah 
Thing, Jonathan 



Thing, Joseph 
Tuckerman, Stephen 
West, Charles C. 
West, William 
White, Lazarus 
White, Timothy 



Capt. J. Dennis' Company, Lieut. Col. J. Stone's Regiment. 

From Sept. 11 to Sept. 25, lt>14. Raised at Litchfield. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Berry, .\ndrew 


Fennel, Isaac 


John Dennis, Captain 


Butcher, Daniel 


Potter, Alexander 


Daniel Stevens, Lieutenant 


Chick, Joseph 


Potter, Amos 


Joseph Jewell, Ensign 


Crawford, John 


Potter, Jeremiah 




Cunningham, Mark 


Potter, William 


Samuel Hutchinson, Sergeant 


Harriman, Levi 


Richardson, Henry 


William Robinson, Sergeant 


Huntington, John 


Richardson, Rufus 


Joseph Wliarff, Sergeant 


Huntington, William 


Ring, Daniel 


Israel Hutchinson, Sergeant 


HutehiiLson, James 


Ring, William 


Robert Crawford, Corporal 


Hutchinson, William 


Sawver, Samuel 


Ebenezer Harriman, Corporal 


Johnson, Robert 


Spears, Ivory 


Moses AVilliams, Corporal 


Lincoln, Christopher 


Springer, James 


William Spears, Corporal 


Lord, Joseph 


Stevens, Moses 


John Rollins, Musician 


Lunt, Joseph 


Towns, Joseph 


James Hutchinson, Musician 


Magoon, Ejihraim 


True, William 


Elijah Palmer, Musician 


Magoon, John 
More, Levi 


Washburn, Benjamin 


Privates. 


Neal, Samuel 




15al)b, Joseph 


Nelson, Samuel 




Batchelder, Asa 


Owen, Shinnnel 





Capt. A. Fairbanks' Company, Lieut. Col. J. Stone's Regiment. 

From Sept. 11 to Sept. 25, 1.S14. Raised at Wiiitlirop. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Prescott, Benjamin B. 


Asa Fairbanks, Captain 


Bramhead, James 


Pullin, James 


Solomon Easty, Lieutenant 


Bramhead, Orin 


Richards, Samuel 


Jonathan Whiting, Ensign 


Bramhead, Reuben, Jr. 


Richards, William, Jr. 




Calm, James 


Ripley, Simeon 


Benjamin Prichard, Sergeant 


Day, Moses 


Robbins, Benjamin 


Wadsworth Foster, Sergeant 


Day, Nathaniel 


Robbins, Oliver 


Oliver Foster, Sergeant 


Estey, Aaron 


Shaw, Isaac, Jr. 


John Richards, Corporal 


Fosse, William 


Sturdevant, David 


Eliphalet Stevens, Corporal 


Foster, Moses 


Tompson, Robert 


Thomas Stevens, Corporal 


Freeman, Joseph 


White, Ambrose 


Samuel Chandler, Corporal 


French, Isaac 


White, George 


Columbus Fairbanks, Corporal 


Gurnev, David 


White, Moses 


Nathan Bisho ), Musician 


Jameson, William, Jr. 


Wood, Obed 


Bezer Snell, Musician 


Joy, Abijah 


Woodcock, Ari 




Keizer, John, Jr. 


Woodcock, James 




Lovering, Nathaniel 


Woodcock, Matthew 




Phinney, John 





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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. S. Jewett's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Stone's Regiment. 

From Sept. 11 to Sept. 25, lt>14. Raised at, Augusta. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Claver, John 


Pearce, Pason 


Stephen Jewett, Captain 


Con, John 


Perkins, Andrew L. 


Oliver Wyman, Lieutenant 


Field, Joseph 


Reed, Jason 




Foster, Seth 


Reed, Luther 


Benjamin Swan, Sergeant 


Foye, James 


Savage, Lsaac, Jr. 


William Stone, Sergeant 


Gill, William 


Shaw, John 


Timothy Goldthwait, Sergeant 


Goldthwait, William 


Shed, Josiah 


George Hamlin, Sergeant 


Hall, Oliver, Jr. 


Sprague, Peter 


William Pilsburv, Corporal 


Haws, Moses 


Springer, Gideon 


John Goldthwait,, Corporal 


Hodge, Ezra 


Springer, James 


Dela F. Ballard, Corporal 


Keen, Charles 


Springer, John 


Ansel Stone, Musician 


Kennedy, James 


Springer, Stephen 




Lyon, Elon 


Springer, Tillinghast 


PriiKiles. 


Marshall, Isaac 


Stone, Mo.ses 


Bennet, Jonathan 


Marshall, Samuel 


Taylor, Saul G. 


Brackett, Abraham 


Mason, Asa 


Tolman, Samuel 


Branch, Nathaniel 


Mason, Asa, Jr. 


Wade, James 


Brown, David 


Maxwell. David 


White, Benjamin 


Burden, William 


Norris, Otis 


White, Thomas 


Burges, Josiah 


Norton, Milford B. 


Williams, Asa, Jr. 


Butterfield, Josiah 


Owen, Abisha, Jr. 


Woodard, Daniel 


Chote or Choate, Aaron, 2d 


Pain, Nathaniel 





Capt. S. Norris' Company, Lieut. Col. J. Stone's Regiment. 

From Sept. 11 to Sept. 25, 1814. Raised at Hallowell. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Chm-ch, Rufus 


Moulton, Oliver 


Simeon Norris, Captain (absent) 


Couch, Elijah 


MuUiken, Jonathan 




Crummet, Saul 


Need, Ivory 


Isaac Leonard, Lieutenant (commanding) 


Currier, Morrel 


Newman, Daniel 


Stephen Smith, Ensign 


Doll, Ebenezer 


Nye, Ansel 




Downs, Elisha 


Palmer, William 


James B. Starr, Sergeant 


Dudley, James 


Parker, Elisha 


William B. Littlefield, Sergeant 


Gardiner, Luke 


Parker, Thomas 


Samuel Merrill, Sergeant 


Gray, Joseph Y. 


Phelps, William B. 


James Kean, Sergeant 


Hagget, Isaac 


Philbrick, William 


Samuel Carr, Jr., Corporal 


Hall, Cyrus 


Pratt, Nathan G. 


John Greeley, Corporal 


Hand, Joseph 


Prebblc, James 


George Waterhouse, Corporal 


Hinkley, Ariel 


Slade, William 


Joshua Carr, Corporal 


Hinkley, Barnard 


Smiley, Dean M. 


Robert Cliilds, Musician 


Hinkley, Shubel, Jr. 


Southard, Joslin 




James, Daniel S. 


Stevens, Daniel 


Privates. 


Kean, John, Jr. 


Waterhouse, Isaac 


Agrey, John, Jr. 


Kilbourne, Nathaniel 


Whittcn, Thomas 


Barrett, Calvin 


Littlefield, Jeremiah 


Wingate, Frederick 


Boler, Bebani 


Mayo, Ebenezer 


Wymer, Oliver, Jr. 


Bragdon, Joseph 


Mayo, Obed 


Yetton, Ebenezer 


Carr, Wingate 


Mills, Asa C. 




Chisholm, Daniel B. 


Monsul, John 





MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA TN THE WAR OF 1812. 



275 



Capt. E. Swan's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Stone's Regiment. 

From Sept. 11 to Sept. 25, 1814. Raised at Gardiner. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank .\nd Name. 


Blake, Ira 


Law, John 


Edward Swan, Captain 


Blanchard, Theophilus 


McCausland, Andrew 


Daniel Woodard, Lieutenant 


Brown, Daniel 


McCausland, John 


William Norton, Ensign 


Caldwell, Stephen 


Moore, Charles 




Clay, Samuel 


Moore, William 


William B. Grant, Sergeant 


Crowell, Arnold 


Noys, Samuel 


Thomas Gilpatrick, Sergeant 


Eastman, William 


Prey, Eliphalet 


Michael Woodard, Sergeant 


FoUinsbee, Benjamin, Jr. 


Shaw, William 


Arthur Berry, Sergeant 


Fuller, Samuel 


Smith, John W. 


Benjamin Lewrader, Corporal 


Grant, Samuel 


Springer, Jacob 


William Bradstreet, Corporal 


Hanscomb, Moses 


Sisriuger, Mark 


Charles M. Dustin, Corporal 


Jack, Tiiomas 


Sjiringer, William, 2d 


Jonathan Perkins, Musician 


Jackson, Elijah 


Stuart, Richard, Jr. 


John Palmer, Musician 


Johnson, Daniel 


Wakefield, Jeremiah 


Edward Bowman, IMusician 


Johnson, Joseph 


Wells, Nathaniel 




Kimball, Henry 


Wentworth, Andrew 


Privates. 


Lapham, Isaac 


Wentworth, David 


Berry, Andrew B. 


Laurence, Charles 


Woodard, Amos 


Berry, David 


Laurence, Simeon 


Woodard, Daniel, 2tl 


Berry, Josiah 


Laurence, William 


Worcester, Lemuel 



Capt. W. O. Vaughn's Company, Lieut. CoL J. Stone's Regiment. 
From Sept. 10 to Sept. 25, 1814. Raised at Hallowell. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Caskman, William 


Owen, John 


William 0. Vaughn, Captain 


Clark, Solomon 


Page, John C. 


Pettey Vaughn, Lieutenant 


Collins, James 


Page, Timothy, Jr. 


William Cobb Wilde, Ensign 


Collins, Samuel 


Pilsbury, Amos 




Davis, Aaron A. 


Pilsbury, Isaac 


Abisha Handy, Sergeant 


Davis, John 


Pollard, Charles 


Nathaniel Brown, 2d, Sergeant 


Doe, Asa 


Prescott, Stephen 


Levi Thing, Jr., Sergeant 


Faxon, Charles 


Richards, Jacob 


George Carr, Sergeant 


Fitch, David 


Rollins, Job 


Benjamin Perry, Corporal 


Greeley, Samuel 


Sargent, John 


Charles Kenney, Corporal 


Hall, Luther 


Sherburn, James 


Joseph Richards, Corporal 


Hinklev, Ebenezer 


Simmons, Daniel 


Daniel Dyer, Musician 


Hinkley, Obed 


Smith, John 


Zebulon Sanger, Musician 


Hodsdon, Samuel 


Smith, Samuel 


Samuel Howard, Musician 


Kenney, Gilman 


Springer, Benjamin 


John Movers, Musician 


Kenney, Woodman 


Springer, James 




Kinsman, Daniel 


Springer, William, .3d 


Privates. 


Laughton, Ebenezer 


Sturdevant, Zenos 


Atherton, Ebenezer 


Lord, Hiram 


Thing, John 


Atkins, Ansel 


Lord, Isaac 


Ward, William 


Atkins, Thomas N. 


Mason, Moses 


West, Shubal 


Ballard, Calvin 


McCurdy, Robert 


Whidden, Asa 


Blanchard, Asa 


McGoon, Josiah 


Whidden, Rendol 


Bowman, James 


McPherson, Paul 


White, Asa 


Boynton, Joseph 


Morgan, David 


White, Stephen 


Brown, Andrew 


Movers, Timothy 


Wood, Alonzo 


Brown, James -^ 


Mudgett, Thomas, Jr. 


Wood, John 


Brown, William 


Neall, Lemuel 


W'ooster, John 


Bugnon, George 


Noble, Benjamin 


Young, Rowland 


Burns, James 


Noreross, Robert C. 




Carter, Jacob 


Ormsby, Daniel 





276 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. D. Wall's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Stone's Regiment. 

From Sept. 11 to Sept. 25, 1814. Raised at Augusta. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Babcock, David 


Hoyt, Stephen 


David Wall, Captain 


Babcock, Jonathan 


Page, Samuel 


Charles Sewall, Ensign 


Bolton, Elijah 


Pettingill, Ansel 




Bolton, James, 3d 


Pettingill, Howard 


Luther Church, Sergeant 


Bolton, Walter 


Pierce, Asa 


William Fellows, Sergeant 


Brooks, John 


Robinson, Nathaniel 


Nathan Stackpole, Sergeant 


Brown, Nathaniel 


Savage, Daniel, Jr. 


Elias Stackpole, Sergeant 


Caldwell, Daniel 


Savage, James 


Jeremiah Tolman, Corporal 


Childs, Oliver 


Smith, William 


Jesse Babcock, Corporal 


Church, Samuel, Jr. 


Stackpole, Joseph, Jr. 


Elisha Bolton, Corporal 


Clark, Charles 


Swanton, William 




Deniston, Josepli 


Toby, Elias 


Privates. 


Fletcher, David, Jr. 


Waldron, Daniel 


Allen, Ezra 


Fletcher, Joseph, Jr. 


Waters, Gardner 


Allen, Lewis 


Fletcher, Robert D. 


Williams, Daniel 


Anderson, Ephraim 


Gilley, James 





Capt. J. Young's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Stone's Regiment. 

From Sept. 11 to Sept. 25, 1814. Raised at Pittstown. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Brookings, James 




Moody, Jeremiah, Jr. 


Jonathan Young, Captain 


Brookins, Henry 




Moody, John 


Eli Young, Lieutenant 


Clark, Isaac, Jr. 




Moody, Levi 


Dudley Young, Ensign 


Cooper, Henry 




Moody, William 




Cooper, Peter 




Nash, Peter 


Jonathan Clark, Sergeant 


Crocker, Avery 




Palmer, Samuel, 1st 


Leonard Cooper, Jr., Sergeant 


Crocker, Barret 




Palmer, Samuel, 2d 


James Gray, Jr., Sergeant 


Davis, Jonathan 




Pickard, David 


Henry Benner, Musician 


Dudley, Aaron 




Pickard, Thomas, Jr. 


Nathaniel Benner, Musician 


Eldred, Levi 




Pottle, Samuel 


Reuben Lewis, Musician 


Gray, Mark 




Prebble or Priblile, Daniel 


Frederick Lewis, Musician 


Hatch, Ephraim, Jr 




Prebl)le or Pribble, Joseph 




Hatch, Sylvanus 




Reed, Daniel 


Privates. 


Heal, James 




Reed, Isaac 


Averit, Asa 


Johnson, James 




Richard, Turner 


Baily, John, Jr. 


Johnson, Levi 




Scammon, Eliakim 


Baily, Micajah 


Kincade, James 




Smith, Samuel 


Baily, Nathan 


Lee, Stephen 




Smith, Stinson 


Blackman, Eliphalet 


Longfellow, Dearljo 


•n 


Weighmont, Timothy 


Blair, Lemuel 


Manson, George W. 




Young, John 


Blish, Joseph 


Marson or Maxson, 


Benjamin 


Young, Joseph 


Blodget, David 


Marson or Maxson, 


James 


Young, Oliver 


Blodget, Nathaniel 


Marson or Maxson, 


Samuel 





Lieut. CoL E. Sweet's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 24, 1814. Stationed at Wiscasset. 



Field and Staff. 
Ellis Sweet, Lieutenant Colonel, Wayne 
Samuel Currier, Major, Readfield 
Moses Wing, Jr., Major, Wayne 
Daniel Campbell, Adjutant, Readfield 



Joseph H. Underwood, Quartermaster, 

Fayette 
Charles Smith, Paymaster, Fayette 
Jesse Tuck, Paymaster, Fayette 
Robert Low, Chaplain, Readfield 



Noncommissioned Staff. 
Isaac Bonney, Sergeant Major 
Richard Gower, Quartermaster Sergeant 
Charles Robbins, Fife Major 
Ferdinand LaCrois, Drum Major 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



277 



Capt. N. Pettingill's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sweet's Regiment. 

From Sept. 2 to Nov. 8, 1S14. Raised at Lewiston and vicinity. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Carvil, Sewel 


Martin, Lewis 


Nathaniel Pettingill, Captain 


Cushman, Andrew, Jr. 


Merrill, Asa 


Levi Foss, Lieutenant 


Davis, John 


Merrill, John 


Zacheus Littlefield, Ensign 


Dearborn, Dudlv 


Mitchell, Josiah 




Dill, William 


Morrell, Amariah 


John S. Blake, Sergeant 


Dyre, Bezilla 


Otis, Ensign 


Thomas S. Piper, Sergeant 


Dyre, Elkanah 


Pettingill, Harvy 


Luther Littlefield, Sergeant 


Fish, William, Jr. 


Ramsdel, Joshua 


Othniel Pratt, Sergeant 


Ford, Stephen 


Randall, James 


tleorge W. Frogg, Corporal 


Foss, Cyrus 


Ray, Jonathan 


Thomas Ham, Corporal 


Freeman, Allen 


Reed, George 


Thomas Taylor, Jr., Corporal 


Freeman, Isaac 


Reed, Ichabod 




Gareslon, Mark 


Reubier, Mark 


Prioates. 


Gellinan, John 


Richards, Daniel 


Anderson, James 


Gould, Eli 


Richardson, John 


Arno, Isaac 


Gould, Peletiah 


Small, Isaac 


Arnold, John 


Gray, James 


Sprague, Elkanah 


Arns or Arus, Ezekiel 


Hackett, John 


Stetson, Elisha 


Baily, Joseph 


Harris, Richard D. 


Stetson, Stephen 


Baily, Whitman 


Jarulson, Mark, Jr. 


Stinchfield, Ezekiel G. 


Barker, David 


Jenkins, Abner 


Taylor, James 


Barrees, Peletiah 


Jenkins, Samuel 


Walker, John 


Blossom, Ansel 


Johnson, Daniel 


Ware, Lewis 


Boothby, Stephen 


Jones, William 


Warren, Nathaniel M. 


Boynton, Ebenezer A. 


Knowlton, John 


Witherell, Ivory 


Carver, Eleazer, Jr. 


Lane, Eliphalet 


Wright, Zebulon 


Carver, John 


Lane, John 




Carvil, Joseph 


Lanford, Abraham 





Capt. E. Davenport's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sweet's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 25, 1814. Raised at Winthrop. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Bears, Josiah 


Luce, Shubal, Jr. 


Elijah Davenport, Captain 


Besser, David 


Marrows, Daniel 


Sanmel Benjamin, Lieutenant 


Bonney, James 


Marvin, Benjamin 


Herman Harris, Ensign 


Bradbury, Silas 


Maxim, Seth 




Carr, Daniel 


McCrillis, Andrew 


Jabez Bacon, Sergeant 


Chandler, Alfred 


Morrill, John 


Levi Fairbanks, Sergeant 


Chase, Welcome U. 


Morrill, Saul 


Joseph Haselton, Sergeant 


Cole, Gale 


Morton, Cornelius B. 


Francis Perly, Sergeant 


Currier, John 


Nelson, Jacob 


Stephen Sewall, Corporal 


Currier, Jonathan, Jr. 


Newman, Thomas 


Benjamin King, Corporal 


Decker, William 


Perkins, Nathan 


Daniel C. Haselton, Corporal 


Fairbanks, David 


Rideout, Johnson 


Caleb Harris, Corporal 


Fairbanks, Franklin 


Robbins, Nathaniel 


Waterman Stanley, Musician 


Fellows, Moses 


Sedgly, James 


Josiah Bacon, Musician 


Fowler, Samuel R. 


Shepherd, Artemas 


Stephen Abbott, Musician 


Frost, Edmund 


Stevens, Timothy 


Thomas Fuller, Musician 


Harris, Obediah 


Stinson, Charles 


Simon Clough, Musician 


Hentton, William 


Thornton, William 




Jackson, John 


Thurston, William 


Priratea. 


Johnson, Saul 


Wing, Joshua 


Atkins, John 


King, Amasa 


Wing, Noah 


Atkinson, Hem-y 


King, Isaac 


Wood, John 


Bears, Hezekiah 


Luce, Helron 


Young, Benjamin 



278 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. J. Haskell's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sweet's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 28, 1814. Raised at Wayne. Service at Wiscasset and vicinity. 



R.\NK AND Name. 


Privates. 


Jennings, Henry 


,Iacob Haskell, Captain 


Atkins, Nathaniel, Jr. 


Jennings, Lewis 


William Burgcs.s, Lieutenant 


Besse, Woodin 


Jennings, Samuel, Jr. 


Levi Roberts, Ensign 


Billington, Job 


Judkins, Jacob 




Blackwell, Sylvanus 


Knight, Francis 


William Knight, Sergeant 


Burgess, Elisha 


Maxim, Jacob 


Jesse Bishop, Sergeant 


Dinsmore, Samuel 


Norris, Grafton 


Eliakim Foss, Sergeant 


Erskine, Robert 


Ridley, Daniel 


Gustavus Foss, Sergeant 


Felch, Samuel 


Ridley, Matthias 


Warren Crocker, Corporal 


Foss, George 


Ridley, Samuel 


James Wing, Corporal 


Frost, Noah 


Wallis, Joseph 


Asa Tapley, Corporal 


Gott, William, Jr. 


Williams, Lewis 


James Burgess, Corporal 


Gould, Levi 


Wing, Calvin 


Asa Foss, Musician 


Gould, Samuel 


Wing, Obed 


Joshua Norris, Musician 


Jenkins, Dennis 





Capt. J. Judkins' Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sweet's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 2S, 1M4. Service at Monmouth. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Richards, Jeremiah 


John Judkins, Captain 


Bean, Asa 


Richards, Oliver 


Thomas .\nderson. Lieutenant 


Bean, Smith 


Ross, Joseph 


Luther Bumpus, En.sign 


Davis, Thomas 


Russell, Isaac 




Jack, Joseph 


Tuck, Levi 


John Jack, Sergeant 


Jones, Nathaniel F. 


Watson, Joseph 


Gilman Barhall, Sergeant 


Jones, Sylvester, Jr. 


Watson, Richard 


Jonathan Knowles, Sergeant 


Judkins, David 


Watts, Andrew 


Andrew Sturdevant, Sergeant 


Judkins, Joel, Jr. 


Woodworth, John 


Cyrus Baldwin, Jr., Corporal 


Judkins, Moses 


Young, Aaron 


Amos Tilton, Corporal 


Lane, Elijah 




Samuel Jack, Jr., Corporal 


Lane, John 




William Billings, Corporal 


Marston, Philbrick 




John A. Page, Musician 


Morrison, Montgomery 




Reuben Crane, Musician 


Quinby, John 





Capt. J. Smith's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sweet's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 25, 1814. Raised at Readfield. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Bean, Oliver 


Kent, Nathaniel 


.John Smith, Captain 


Bearse, David 


Kittredge, Ingalls 


Eli Adams, Lieutenant 


Cochran, Osgood 


Ladd, Simeon, Jr. 




Craig, John 0. 


Luce, ALsatt 


Daniel Campbell, Sergeant 


Craig, Peter 


Luce, Thomas 


James Fillebrown, Jr., Sergeant 


Dunn, Richard 


Macomber, William 


Lary Bacon, Sergeant 


Dutton, James 


Morrison, Alexander 


Jethro Hillman, Sergeant 


Fillebrown, Luther W. 


Nicker.son, Constant, Jr. 


.James Smith, Sergeant 


Fillebrown, Thomas 


Packard, Caleb, Jr. 


Jacob Turner, Corporal 


Fling, Nathan 


Packard, Jo.shua, Jr. 


David Huntoon, Corporal 


Ford, James, Jr. 


Packard, Nathaniel 


Jacob Cochran, Corporal 


Ford, John 


Pullen,. Jjarnead 


William Simpson, Corporal 


Gordon, Alexander 


Smith, Bowen 


Thomas Pierce, Musician 


Grav, William 


Smith, Carpenter 


Charles Pierce, Musician 


Hains, Peleg 


Smith, George 


John Turner, Musician 


Hunt, Francis 


Smith, John H. 




Jackins, Saul 


Smith, William 


Privates. 


Johnson, Alfred 


Stevens, Ezra 


Armstrong, Elias 


Johnson, Calvin 


Stone, Thomas, Jr. 


Atkinson, Benjamin 


Johnson, Daniel 


Taylor, Saul, Jr. 


Bean, I'^ranklin 


Judkins, Asa 


Turner, Christopher 


Bean, Manly 


Kent, Barker 


Waugh, John 


Bean, Milton 


Kent, Elisha 





MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



279 



Capt. T. L. Stevens' Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sweet's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 25, 1S14. Raised at Mt. Vcrnou. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Brown, Nathan 


Laighton, Thomas 


Timothy L. Stevens, Captain 


Brown, Samuel 


Laighton, Timothy 


George McGaffy, Lieutenant 


Bullard, David 


Lyford, Dudly 


Ansel Kimball, Ensign 


Carson, James 


McGaffy, Andrew 




Clearv, Caleb 


Morse, Elijah 


James McGaffy, Sergeant 


Clough, Daniel 


Morse, Joseph 


William Whittier, Sergeant 


Dolloff, David 


Perkins, Nathaniel T. 


Levi Fletcher, Sergeant 


DoUoff, John 


Pinkham, James 


John Brown, Sergeant 


Gilman, Benjamin 


Quimby, James 


Joseph Greeley, Corporal 


Oilman, Nathan 


Robinson, Daniel 


Edward Griffin, Corporal 


Gorden, Ithnal 


Robinson, Jonathan 


Moses Carson, Corporal 


Jewell, Jesse 


Robinson, Moses 


Bezoled Bullard, Corporal 


Jewell, Jesse, Jr. 


Smith, Samuel 


Abel Whittier, Musician 


Ladd, Benjamin 


Trask, James 


Squire Bishop, Jr., Musician 


Laighton, David 


Wells, Stephen 




Laighton, Joseph 


Wiggins, Daniel 


Privates. 


Laighton, Samuel 




Bean, Edward 


Laighton, Silas 




Blank, Franklin 


Laighton, Simeon 





Capt. H. Watson's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sweet's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 25, 1814. Raised at Fayette. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Lane, William H. 


Henry Watson, Captain 


Bissel, William B. 


Lovejoy, Ebenezer 


Alden Josselyn, Lieutenant 


Clough, Jonathan 


Lovejoy, Peter 


David Knowles, Ensign 


Craig, Elias, .Jr. 


Palmer, Amos 




Drew, John B. 


Pettingill, Elisha 


Elisha Marston, Sergeant 


ElkiiLs, Josiah 


Poke, Benjamin 


Richard Hubbard, Sergeant 


Elkins, Saul 


Sargent, William 


Thomas Fuller, Sergeant 


Ford, Isaac 


Stevens, Benjamin 


Benjamin P. Winchester, Sergeant 


Ham, Reuben 


Swift, Alfred 


James Watson, Corporal 


Harmon, Simon 


Walton, Rufus 


Moses Hubbard, Corporal 


Hill, William 


Walton, Saul 


David Knowles, 2d, Corporal 


Hutchinson, Joseph 


Watson, David 


Moses Sturdevant, Corporal 


Hutchinson, Luther 


Watson, Joseph, 3d 


William Sturdevant, Musician 


Jewett, John 


Woodman, Amos 


John D. Josselyn, Musician 


Josselyn, Harvey 


Woodworth, John 


Jesse Lovejoy, Musician 


Josselyn, Martin 


Young, Jacob 




Judkins, Elisha 


Young, Jonathan 




Lane, Jeremiah 





Capt. G. Waugh's Company, Lieut. Col. £. Sweet's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 25, 1814. Raised at Readfield. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


DoUoff, David 


Page, Sewal 


George Waugh, Captain 


Griffin, Edward 


Peterson, Alfred 


Alden Josselyn, Lieutenant 


Ham, Reuben 


Pettingill, Elisha 


Herman Harris, Ensign 


Jewett, Washington 


Quimby, John 




Josselvn, Martin 


Richards, Ohver 


Elisha Marston, Sergeant 


Judkins, Elisha 


Robinson, Moses 


William Whittier, Sergeant 


Judkins, Joel 


Rogers, John 


Richard Hubbard, Sergeant 


Knowles, \\'illiam 


Rolinger, Jonathan 


Gilman Bachelor, Corporal 


Ladd, Benjamin 


Sargant, William 


Samuel Tuck, Corporal 


Ladd, Jesse 


Scott, William 




Lane, William H. 


Swift, Alfred 


Privates. 


Laton, David 


Tuck, Levi 


Bean, Asa 


Laton, Simeon 


Watson, David 


Besse, Samuel 


Lovejoy, Ebenezer 0. 


Watson, Josejih 


Brown, Saul, Jr. 


Morrison, Montgomery 


Wiggins, Daniel 


Bullard, David 


Morse, Ehjah 


Woods, Henry 


Clough, Daniel 


Page, John A. 





280 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEEK MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. T. Nickerson's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sweet's Regiment. 

From Sept. 13 to Sept. 25, llSH. Raised at Mt. Vernon. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Lane, John 


Thomas Nickerson, Captain 


Bartlet, Joshua 


Philbrook, Elias 


John Stevens, Lieutenant 


Bartlet, Saul 


Philbrook, John 


John Blake, Ensign 


Covel, Caleb 


Porter, Amasa 




Crane, Obediah 


Porter, Calvin 


Joseph Oilman, Sergeant 


Crane, Shadrack 


Rasebrook, Eleazer 


Daniel Gordon, Sergeant 


Currier, John 


Russell, Abram G. 


Nathaniel S. Philbrook, Sergeant 


Davis, Jonathan 


Sherbiirn, Elias 


Ephraim Nickerson, Sergeant 


Fletcher, Atwood 


Smith, Bradbury 


W. W. Philbrook, Corporal 


Folsom, Jeremiah 


Smith, Joseph 


Nathan Smith, Corporal 


Folsoni, Warren 


Smith, Waldcn 


Levi French, Jr., Corporal 


Gilman, Dennis 


Stain, Emerson 


Bela Clilman, Corporal 


Gorden, Robert 


Stain, Saul 


John Stone, Musician 


Gould, David 


Taylor, John 


Jesse Ladd, Musician 


Ham, William 


Thomas, Nathan, Jr. 




Ingham, Amasa 


Whittier, Levi 




Kent, John T. 


Wood, Sampson 



Capt. E. Butler's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sweet's Regiment. 

From Sept. 18 to Nov. 8, 1814. Raised at New Vineyard. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Barker, Jacob 


Grav, Saul 


Elijah Butler, Captain 


Batts, John 


Hackett, Simeon 


John Davis, Lieutenant 


Batts, Robert 


Haskell, Israel 


Mark Pettingill, Ensign 


Brackly, William 


McLain, Jesse 




Burbank, Jesse S. 


Merry, Joseph 


Andrew Whitney, Sergeant 


Butler, Joseph 


Morton, William 


Ebenezer French, Sergeant 


Clark, Chandler 


Norton, Isaac 


Ebenezer Ames, Sergeant 


Clark, Eli 


Norton, Saul 


Joseph Viles, Sergeant 


Clough, Daniel 


Ridgway, James 


Leonard Boardman, Corporal 


Collier, Ebenezer 


Saul, Joshua 


John Brackly, Corporal 


Cony, Hartson 


Stevens, Joshua 


Daniel Howard, Corporal 


Coombs, Joshua 


Sylvester, John 


David Hodgman, Corporal 


Crawford, Benjamin T. 


Thompson, Isaac 


James Battle, Musician 


Cutler, Nathan 


Tuttle, Saul 


James Jacob, Musician 


Daggett, Plemington 


Wevmouth, Samuel 




Dollbier, Charles 


\Miitnev, Christopher A. 


Privates. 


Farr, Simeon 


Whitney, Ebenezer 


Ames, Isaac 


Fassett, Alexander 


Whitnev, James 


Badry, Joseph 


Gilkey, John 


Williams, Stephen 



Lieut. E. Norris' Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sweet's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 25, 1814. Raised at Wayne. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Marvin, Reuben 


Ebenezer Norris, Lieutenant 


Bean, Moses 


Morrison, John 




Billington, Nathaniel, Jr. 


Norris, Ephraim 


Amasa Dexter, Sergeant 


Billington, Seth 


Norris, Woodin, Jr. 


Seth Billington, Sergeant 


Blackwell, Ansel 


Perry, Ednumd 


Benjamin Norris, Sergeant 


Chandler, John 


Perry, Franklin 


Samuel Besse, Corporal 


Chandler, Noah 


Perry, John 


Allen House, Corporal 


Crocker, James 


Raymond, Thomas 


Samuel Wing, Corporal 


Cummer, John 


Raymond, William, Jr. 


Elisha Besse, Corporal 


Foss, Charles 


Smith, John, Jr. 


Nathan Sturdevant, Musician 


Frost, Aaron, Jr. 


Stevens, Jacob 


Seth Hammond, Musician 


Frost, George 


Stevens, John, 2d 




Frost, Richard M. 


Sturdevant, John 




Hammond, Sylvanus 


White, John 



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Lieut. Col. E. Sweet's Regiment. 

From Sept. 24 to Nov. 14, 1814. Service at Bath. 



Field .\nd Staff. 
Ellis Sweet, Lieutenant Colonel, Wayne 
Moses Sanliorn, Major, Vienna 
Moses Wing, Major, Wayne 
Daniel Campbell, Adjutant, Readfield 



Jabez Gay, Quartermaster, Farmington 
Thomas \V. Bridgham, Surgeon, Leeds 
Charles Smith, Surgeon's Mate, Fayette 
Jesse Tuck, Paymaster, Fayette 
Robert Low, Chaplain, Readfield 



Noncommissioned Staff. 
Isaac Banney, vSergeant Major 
Elias Craig, Jr., Sergeant Major 
Reuben Robbins, Drum Major 



Capt. M. Sprague's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sweet's Regiment. 
From Sept. 24 to Nov. 8, 1814. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 
Moses Sprague, Captain 
Codding Drake, Lieutenant 
Stephen Welcome, Ensign 

Joseph Turner, Sergeant 
Benjamin Rackley, Sergeant 
William Sprague, Jr., Sergeant 
Thomas Witherell, Sergeant 
Joseph Herrick, Jr., Sergeant 
John Colbey, Corporal 
William Brimejohn, Corporal 
Ammi Larraliee, Corporal 
William Mitchell, Corporal 

Privates. 
Adams, Nathaniel 
Allen, Ichabod 
Andrews, Otis 
Bates, Joseph 
Booker, Jacob 
Brown, Abram 
Chase, Nathaniel 
Clark, Joscpli H. 
Clark, Samuel 
Coburn, Isaiah 
Coburn, Phineas 
Cousins, Ebenezer 



Curtis, William B. 
Day, William 
Fogg, William 
Foss, Daniel 
Foss, Hiram 
Furbish, John 
Gatchcll, Daniel 
Gilbert, Bailey 
Gordon, Jonathan 
Gray, Jesse 
Gray, Stephen 
Hall, Isaac 
Hamilton, Oliver 
Harris, Joseph 
Hatch, Samuel 
Hinkley, Benjamin 
Hodsdon, James 
Hutchinson, Isaac 
Jackson, Michael 
Jewett, David 
Jones, Isaac 
King, Jason 
Lander, Ansel 
Layne, Elias 
Libby, Ebenezer 
Littlefield, Ephraim 
Lothrop, Lo\at 
Lumbard, Harding 



Maines, William 
Maloon or Matoon, Samuel 
Maloon or Matoon, Simon 
Maxwell, Joseph 
Merrill, John, 2d 
Merrill, Levi, 3d 
Mower, Isaac 
Murry, Amos 
Parker, Jacob 
Perea (?), James 
Pettingill, Arcadus 
Pettingill, John 
Plummer, John 
Plummer, William 
Quimby, Benjamin 
Quinbv, John 
Read, "Russell H. 
Rowe, John 
Shaw, John 
Sinclair, Ebenezer 
Sinclair, William 
Southard, Constant 
Strout, William 
Sturdivant, William 
Thomas, Martin 
Tilton, Josiah 
Wild, Timothy 
Wilkins, David 



Capt. J. Smith's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sweet's Regiment. 

From Sept. 2,5 to Nov. 8, 1814. Raised at Readfield. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Fairbanks, Levi 


John Smith, Captain 


Atkinson, Henry 


Fletcher, At wood 


Samuel Benjamin, Lieutenant 


Bartlett, 0. Timothy 


Folsom, Jeremiah 


Eli Adams, Ensign 


Bean, Joshua 


Ford, John 




Bean, Manly 


Foss, George 


Joseph (lilman. Sergeant 


Bearse, David 


Fuller, William C. 


Nathan S. Phillsrick, Sergeant 


Besse, David 


Ham, William 


Joseph Haselton, Sergeant 


Besse, Woodin 


Hunt, Francis 


James McGaffev, Sergeant 


Blackwell, Svlvanus 


Jeimings, Samuel 


Walter W. Philbrick, Corporal 


Bradburv, Silas 


John.son, Saul 


Benjamin King, Corporal 


Chace, Welcome W. 


Judkins, Jacob 


David Huntoon, Corporal 


Chandler, Alfred 


Kent, Barker 


Warren Crocker, Corporal 


Craig, John 0. 


Kent, John S. 


Joshua Bartlett, Musician 


Dinsmore, Samuel 


Kent, Nathaniel 


Josiah Bacon, Musician 


Dudlev, Banjamin 


Knight, Francis 


Stephen Abbot, Musician 


Dutton, James 


Ladd, Simeon, Jr. 


John JVI. Shaw% Musician 


Fairbanks, Da\id 


Leru, Shubal, Jr. 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. J. Smith's Company, Lieut. CoL E. Sweet's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 


Sedgley, James 


Taylor, Samuel 


Low, 0. Thomas 


Simpson, William 


Thomas, Nathan 


Maxim, Benjamin 


Smith, Carpenter 


Turner, Christopher 


Morrison, Alexander 


Smith, John H. 


Wallis, Joseph 


Morron, Daniel 


Stain, Samuel 


Williams, Lewis 


Packard, Joshua, Jr. 


Stanly, Lemuel 


Wing, Joshua 


Philbrick, Elias 


Stanly, Morrell 


Woods, Sampson 


Hideout, Johnson 


Stevens, Timothy 




Ridley, Daniel 


Taylor, John 





Capt. G. Waugh's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sweet's Regiment. 

From Sept. 25 to Nov. N. 1S14. Raised at Readfield. Service at Bath. 



R,\NK AND Name. 


Case, Ambrose 


Knowls, Josejih 


George Waugh, Captain 


Clough, James L 


Knowls, William 


Samuel Page, Lieutenant 


Dav, Jacob 


Melvin, John 


Reuben Smith, Ensign 


Dudlv, Henrv 


Morrill, Josiah 




Dudly, Saul 


Morrill, Samuel 


Jeremiah Page, Sergeant 


Fifield, Ebenezer, Jr. 


Morse, Leonard 


William Taylor, Sergeant 


Fifield, Wire 


Neal, John 


Christopher Adle, Sergeant 


Gordon, Daniel 


Prescot, Joseph 


Joseph Hutchinson, Sergeant 


Gordon, Luther 


Prcscot, William 


Moses Simmons, Corporal 


Greely, Henry 


Rowe, Lewis 


Sewal Page, Corporal 


Greely, Samuel 


Sawyer, John 


Elijah Clough, Corporal 


Hall, Nathan 


Volage, Nathaniel 


Nathan Cov, Corporal 


Hinkly, Joseph 


Watson, Josiah M. 


Henry Carlton, Musician 


Hows, David 


Waugh, Samuel 


William Fuller, Musician 


Hoyt, John H. 


White, Aaron 


Levi Howill, Jr., Musician 


Hovt, Levi 


AVhittier, Benaiah 




Jewett, Washington 


Whittier, Jonathan 


Privates. 


Jo.ss, Oliver 


Whittier, Joseph 


Bean, Nathaniel 


Judkins, Richard 


Whittier, Josiah 


Brown, Jacob 


Knowls, John 




Brown, Samuel G. 


Knowls, Jonathan, Jr. 





Capt. D. Beale's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sweet's Regiment. 

From Sept. 26 to Nov. 8, 1814. Raised at Farmington. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Bradbury, David, Jr. 


Lancaster, Thomas 


Daniel Beale, Captain 


Brainerd, Josiah 


Lovell, Oliver 


Robert Hussey, Lieutenant 


Brown, Daniel C. 


Luce, Ezekiel 


Nathaniel Parsons, Ensign 


Buss, Henry 


Parker, James 




Coburn, Manly 


Parson, Hiram 


Ebenezer Hutchinson, Sergeant 


Cottle, Lott 


Pratt, Paul 


Moses P. Bradley, Sergeant 


Covall, Jo.shua 


Prescot, Abel 


Elijah K. Hussey, Sergeant 


Dyer, Reuben 


Presson, Tristram 


William Blye, Sergeant 


Ellis, Ivory 


Rolhns, Joseph, Jr. 




Flovd, Nathaniel 


Sanborn, Stephen, Jr. 


Privates. 


Floyd, Saul 


Shaw, Joseph 


Allen, .John 


Foster, Ebenezer 


Silsbee, John 


Allen, Winthrop 


French, Nehemiah 


Smith, Nathan 


Ames, Rufus 


Furbush, Stephen 


Soule, Rufus 


Arnold, Sanmel 


Gordan, Daniel 


Stevens, John 


Arnold, Thomas 


Goss, Benjamin C. 


Sweet, Winborn A. 


Baker, William 


Gove, Solomon 


Tibbets, Jesse L. 


Battle, Daniel 


Greenleaf, Joseph 


Turner, Daniel 


Berry, Rufus 


Hale, John 


Welch, Charles 


Blackstone, Benjamin 


Hamilton, William 


Wilson, David 


Blackstone, Ebenezer 


Harding, Nathaniel, Jr. 


Winslow, Prince 


Blasdell, Samuel 


Harding, Nehemiah 


Witham, Joshua 


Blaswell, Thomas 


.Jordan, Elijah 


Wright, Isaac 


Blunt, ,Jesse 


Ivent, Henrv 


Young, John 


Boyington, Joshua 


Knowlton, Jonathan, Jr. 





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Capt. J. Gould's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sweet's Regiment. 

From Sept. 26 to Nov. 5, 1814. Raised at Wilton. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Carr, James 


McCuUey, John 


John Gould, Captain 


Carr, John 


Mitchell, Jonathan 


Ozum Dowst, Lieutenant 


Chandler, David 


Peckham, David 


Jotliam Bradbury, Ensign 


Chandler, Moses 


Prescott, Adonijah 




Chany, Josiah 


Prescott, Jedediah 


Nathaniel Maddocks, Sergeant 


Eaton, Lowell 


Randell, Timothy, Jr. 


Thomas Baker, Sergeant 


Eaton, Tappan 


Reed, Jonathan 


John Hubbard, Sergeant 


Fhnt, Daniel 


Sewall, Henry 


Hammond Brown, Sergeant 


French, William 


Soper, Jesse 


Rufus Dresser, Musician 


Gordon, Newal 


Stickney, William 


Josiah Gould, Musician 


Hammond, Samuel H. 


Stone, Epln-aim 




Hardy, Moses 


Sweet, Jesse 


Privates. 


Harper, Eliot 


True, Jolm 


Adams, Jeptha H. 


Hathaway, Ezra 


Walker, Jolm 


Barker, Clark 


Hill, Ezeiciel 


Walker, Osgood 


Benet, Elisha 


Hutchinson, Asa 


Wheeler, George 


Bragdon, Jeremiah 


Johnson, Joseph 


Whittier, Benjamin 


Brown, Elijah 


Knowls, John C. 


Whittier, David W. 


Butterfield, Aaron 


Lajiham, Calvin 


Whittier, Josiah 


Butterfield, Asa 


Learnard, Benjamin 




Butterfield, James 


Leighton, Mordecai 





Capt. N. Russell's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sweet's Regiment. 

From Sept. 28 to Nov. 11, 1814. Raised at Farmington and vicinity. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Craig, Enoch, Jr. 


Pettingill, Abraham 


Nathaniel Russell, Captain 


Daggett, William 


Pool, George P. 


John F. Wood, Jr., Lieutenant 


Davis, Daniel 


Porter, Jeremy 


James Hearsey, Ensign 


Durphy, Elijah 


Riant, Joseph, Jr. 




Els worth, Joseph 


Richards, Edward 


James Stephens or Stevens, Sergeant 


Foot, Stephen 


Russell, Thomas 


James Norton, Sergeant 


Hackett, Richard 


Sawyer, Nathaniel 


Jedediah K. Conant, Sergeant 


Hatch, Reuben 


Smith, David P. 


Edward Oakes, Sergeant 


Hersey, Abisha 


Smith, George 


John Howe, Corporal 


Hinkley, Enoch 


Smith, Jonathan 


William Cothran, Corporal 


Hiscock, Daniel 


Sprague, Stephen G. 


David Reed, Corporal 


Hiscock, Thomas, Jr. 


Staple, Daniel 


John Paine, Corporal 


Hodgdon, John 


Staple, William 


Isaac Chace, Musician 


Huston, Saul 


Steward, William M. 


Enos Hiscock, Musician 


Kennedy, Andrew 


Stewart, Daniel 




Kennedy, William 


Sweet, Zebediah 


Privates. 


Lambert, Levi G. 


Thompson, Daniel 0. 


Baker, William 


Mace, Fayette 


Tuck, Enos 


Ballard, Frederick 


Mayhew, Andrew B. 


Tuck, William 


Battle, William 


Norton, Ba.ssett 


Welch, Jacob 


Butler, Ezra A. 


Norton, Peter 


Worthley, Daniel 


Claiton, John, Jr. 


Norton, Winthrop 


Wright, Josiah 


Conan, Samuel 


Peterson, William 





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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE "WAR OF 1812. 



Lieut. J. Vickere's Company, Lieut. CoL E. Sweet's Regiment. 

From October to November, 1814. Raised at Norridgewock. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Bixby, Rufus 


Tarbelly, Joseph 


Joseph Vickere, Lieutenant 


Blunt, Mark S. 


Taylor, Ansel 




Bridges, Jesse 


Turner, Silas 


Thomas Heald, Sergeant 


Ellis, Freeborn 


Walker, Simeon 


Asa Clark, Sergeant 


Fletcher, Joel 


Weston, Cyrus 


WilHam Sylvester, Sergeant 


Gilinan, Zebulon 


Weston, Stephen 


Cyrus Kidder, Corporal 


Harding, Isaac 


Wetherell, Samuel B. 


Thomas Densmore, Corporal 


Harding, Jesse 


White, James 


Viutin Streeter, Corporal 


Havnes, John 


White, William 




Heald, Cyrus 


Withee, Zachariah 


Privates. 


Kenny, Henry 




Bairon, Joseph 


Spaidding, Daniel 




Bi.xby, Amasa 


Spaulding, Otis 





Lieut. CoL E. Thatcher's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Sept. 29, 1814. 



Field and Staff. 
Ebenezer Thatcher, Lieutenant Colonel, 

Thomaston 
Samuel Adams, Surgeon, Wiscasset 



David Fales, Adjutant, Thomaston 
William McLellan, Quartermaster, War- 
ren 



Noncommissioned Staff. 
Kalsey Healy, Quartermaster Sergeant, 
Warren 



Capt. M. Robinson's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment. 

From June 2 to June 25, and Sei)t. 4 to Sept. 8, 1814. Raised at C'ushing. Service at Cushing. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Norton, Jabez 


Moses Robinson, Captain 


Barton, Isaac 


Nutting, George 


Job Gay, Lieutenant 


Burton, Matthew 


Nutting, Silas B. 




Davis, Roliert 


Robinson, Alexander 


Dunbar Henderson, Sergeant 


Elwell, Saul 


Robin.son, Charles 


Darius Norton, Sergeant 


Gay, Isaac J. 


Robinson, Henry 


I'4ihraini Robinson, Sergeant 


Hartshorn, Saul 


Robinson, Jacob 


Yarby Robinson, Sergeant 


Hyler, Hannce 


Robinson, John 


]5enjainin Robinson, Sergeant 


Hyler, Jacob 


Robinson, John, 3d 


Cornelius Robinson, Sergeant 


Hyler, John 


Robin.son, Simon 


Thomas Smith, Corporal 


Hyler, William 


Seavey, Thomas 


Archibald Robertson, Corporal 


Jamerson, Thomas 


Smith, Joseph 


Mabljry Robinson, Corporal 


Malcom, Andrew 


Wiley, John 


William Vose, Corporal 


McCaller, James 


Wiley, Robert 


John Vose, Corporal 


McCarther, Robert 
Mclntire, Robert 


Young, James 



Capt. J. Auld's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Thatcher's Regiment. 

From June 20 to June 24, and Juni' 2',l to July 5. 1814. Raised at Boothbay. Scrvire at Boothbay. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Pinkham, John 


Jacob Auld, ( -aptain 


Auld, James 


Reed, Alexander 


William McCobb, Lieutenant 


Auld, William 


Reed, Henry 


Jeremiah Holton, Lieutenant 


Brown, John, 3d 


Reed, William 




Camjiliell, James 


Roljinson, William 


William Reed, Sergeant 


Currier, William 


Sherman, Roljert 


.lohn Fuller, Sergeant 


Favours, Peters 


Tibbets, Giles 


Paul McCobb, Sergeant 


Fullerton, James 


Tool, Andrew 


Joel Thompson, Sergeant 


Kelly, Isaac 


Wylie, William 


Samuel Tibbets, Corporal 


Kcniston, Thomas 




John Fullerton, Corporal 


Knight, John A. 




Heiu-y Williams, Corporal 


McFarland, Ejihraim 




Robert Reed, Corporal 


McFarland, John 




William Bragg, Musician 


Montgomery, Nathaniel 




Tilly H. Cleasby, Musician 


Pinkham, Benjamin 





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Capt. N. Morse's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Thatcher's Regiment. 

From June 20 to June 22, 1814. Raised at Wiscasset. Service at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Chick, Silas 


Hutchinson, John 


Nathaniel Morse, Captain 


Coames, Josiah 


Lazell, James 


William Pitt, Lieutenant 


Damon, Israel 


Lazell, Saul 




Dane, Asa 


Leelaiid, Abner 


James Gibbs, Sergeant 


Farnham, Ebenezer 


Light, James 


Moses Hilton, Sergeant 


Farnham, John 


Marshall, William 


John Faye, Sergeant 


Farnham, Samuel 


Noyes, Henry 


Joshua Damon, Sergeant 


Farnham, William 


Bobbins, Cheney 


Nehemiah Somes, Musician 


Garry, Benjamin 


Sayage, Daniel 




Gray, William 


Smith, William 


Privates. 


Hedge, Barria 


Smith, William, 2d 


Allen, Benjamin 


Hilton, Daniel 


Stinson, James 


Bazlin, Sargent 


Hilton, Ellis 


Vincent, William 


Boyle, John 


Hilton, Rufus 


Warren, John 


Burton, Frederic 


Holmes, John 





Capt. S. Parker's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Thatcher's Regiment. 

From June 21 to June 25, and Sept. 3 to Sept. 10, 1S14. Service at Friendship. 



Rank and Name. 


Conden, William, 2d 


Morse, Jonah 


Simon Parker, Captain 


Conner, Charles 


Mor.se, Oliver 




Cook, Cornelius 


Morse, Saul 


Frederic Bradford, Sergeant 


Davis, Benjamin 


Morton, Cornelius 


Jonah Morse, Sergeant 


Fernald, Solomon 


Morton, Isaac 




Gay, Jonah 


Morton, James 


Privates. 


Gyer, Martin 


Morton, Josiah, 2d 


Bickmore, Solomon 


Gyer, Martin, Jr. 


Parker, Oliver 


Brown, Abraham 


Jameson, Jeremiah 


Thomas, Melzer 


Card, John 


Jamison, Thurston W. 


Watson, Nathaniel 


Chadwick, James W. 


Loury, Benjamin 


Wolsgrover, George 


Condeo, George 


Morse, Ebenezer 


Woltzgrover, Christopher 


Conden, William 


Morse, Elijah 





Capt. J. Haskell's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Thatcher's Regiment. 
From June 22 to June 27, and Nov. 3 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Thomaston. Service at Thomaston. 



Rank and Name. 
John Haskell, Captain 
Alexander Lammond, Lieutenant 
John D. Ryder, Lieutenant 

James Wilie, Sergeant 
Ivory Hovey, Sergeant 
Aaron S. Benson, Sergeant 
Saul Kellock, Sergeant 
David Vose, Corporal 
Gideon Seavey, Corporal 
Franklin Sterns, Corporal 
Benjamin Kellock, Corporal 
Peaslee Wells, Musician 
James Cox, Musician 



Privates. 



Anderson, James 
Andrews, Seth 
Barnard, John 
Beamos, Elisha 
Bennett, Asa 
Blood, Simon 
Boggs, Ephraim 
Bosworth, Zenas 
Butler, Brackett 
Chaples, John 
Creighton, John 
Fales, Noyes 
Hall, Benjamin 
Hawkes, John B. 
Lovejoy, John 



Mallett, James B. 
Mcintosh, Henry 
McIntjTe, Palmer 
Mclntyre, Thomas 
Roakes, David 
Robinson, William 
vSlover, Charles 
Spafford, John 
Spear, Edward 
Stall, Jacob 
Stover, John 
Tilson or Felson, Gilbert 
Woodcock, Nathan 
Woodcock, Patrick 
Young, Benjamin 



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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. J. Haskell's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Thatcher's Regiment. 

From Aug. 21 to Aug. 22, 1S14. Raised at Thomaston. Service at Thomaston. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Mallett, James G. 


John Haskell, Captain 


Anderson, James 


Mcintosh, Henry 


Alexander Lammond, Lieutenant 


Andrews, Seth 


Mclntyre, Palmer 




Barnard, John 


Mclntyre, Thomas 


John D. Rider, Sergeant 


Blood, Simon 


Robinson, William 


Daniel Newcomb, Sergeant 


Boggs, Ephraim 


Spafford, John 


Joseph Copeland, Sergeant 


Butler, Brackett 


Spear, Edward 


James Wilie, Sergeant 


Creighton, John 


Spear, Gideon 


Ivory Hovey, Sergeant 


Fales, Noyes 


Stall, Jacob 


George Larmond, Corporal 


Felson or Tilson, Gilbert 


Storer, Elias 


Aaron L. Benson, Corporal 


Hall, Benjamin 


Storer, John 


William Stackpole, Corporal 


Hawkes, John B. 


Vose, David 


Franklin Sterns, Corporal 


Kellock, Benjamin 


Woodcock, Nathan 


Peaslee Wells, Musician 


Kellock, Saul 


Woodcock, Patrick 


James Cox, Musician 


Lovejoy, John 


Young, Benjamin 



Capt. D. Grafton's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Thatcher's Regiment. 

From Sept. 3 to Sept. 8, 1S14. Raised at Union. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Butler, Martin 


Leniken, Daniel 


David Grafton, Captain 


Butters, Daniel 


Libbey, William 


Rufus Gilmore, Lieutenant 


Butters, Flavel 


Litchfield, Benjamin 


Bailey Moore, Ensign 


Carriel, Nathaniel 


Luce, Thadeus 




Clark, Abner 


Maddock, George 


John M. Thorndike, Sergeant 


Clark, Ezekiel 


March, Henry 


John Batchelder, Sergeant 


Collamore, Alpheus 


Miller, Joseph 


Phillip Cummings, Sergeant 


Cutting, John 


Miller, Joseph, 2d 


Jonathan Carrul, Sergeant 


Dagget, Henry 


Mitchell, Thomas 


Lewis Batchelder, Corporal 


Dagget, William 


Morse, Walter 


Noah Rice, Corporal 


Daggett, Saul 


Payson, Hartwell 


John Stevens, Corporal 


Drake, Jesse 


Peabody, Stephen 


Nathaniel Tobey, Corporal 


Drake, John 


Reed, Joel 


Edmund Daggett, Musician 


Fosset, Henry 


Rice, Nathan D. 


Miller Gilmore, Musician 


Fuller, Simon 


Robbins, John P. 




Grinnel, Daniel B. 


Shepherd, Nathan 


Privates. 


Grinnel, Samuel S. 


Sibley, Jacob 


Adams, Ebenezer W. 


Hager, Ezekiel 


Sinclair, James 


Bartlet, Jason B. 


Hager, Saul 


Sleeper, Nathaniel 


Bennet, Saul 


Hager, Sewel 


Snell, Chadrick 


Bills, Jason 


Hart, Jolin F. 


Thompson, James 


Blake, Walter 


Haskell, David 


Townsend, Isaac 


Blunt, Ebenezer 


Hawes, Otis 


Ware, Vinal 


Boothe, Isaac 


Hills, Josiah 


Whetten, Thomas 


Bowen, Amos 


Holton, Euclid 


Whitcomb, John 


Bowen, Ezra 


Irish, Cornelius 


Wiley, Peleg 


Burns, John 


Larmond, James 





Capt. J. Haskell's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Thatcher's Regiment. 

From Sept. 5 to Sept. 9, LSH. Raised at Thomaston. Service at Thomaston. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Seavry, Gideon — ■jH'^^ i 


John Haskell, Captain 


Anderson, James 


Spear, Edward \J 


John B. Rider, Lieutenant 


Barnard, John 


Stearns, Franklin 




Butler, Bracket 


Storer, Elias 


James Wiley, Sergeant 


Fales, Noyes 


Tilson, Gilbert 


Joseph Copeland, Sergeant 


Hall, Benjamin 


Vose, David 


Aaron S. Benson, Corporal 


Hawks, John B. 


Woodcock, Nathan 


Peaslev Wells, Musician 


Kellock, Saul 


Woodcock, Patrick 


James Cox, Musician 


Mcintosh, Henry 
Robinson, William 


Young, Benjamin 



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287 



Capt. M. Howe's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Thatcher's Regiment. 

Fruni Sept. 10 to Sept. 29, 1S14. Raised at Bristol. 



R.\NK AND XaME. 

Marius Howe, Captain 
Barry (i- Pomroy, Lieutenant 
.John Goudy, Lieutenant 

A. Blany, Sergeant 
Alexander Hou.ston, Sergeant 
.John Hanly, Sergeant 
.Jame.s Bhnit, Sergeant 
Samuel Wilier, Corisoral 
Amos Goudy, Corporal 
,James .Jones, Corporal 
Joseph T. liuston, Musician 
Henry Erving, Musician 
George Mars, Musician 



Privates. 
Askins, Henry 
Baker, Andrew 
Bearce, Isaac 
Cox, .John 
Crooker, Philip 
Dockendorf, Solomon 
Fossett, Alexander 
Hanly, Roger 
Hatcli, Alexander 
Hatch, John 
Huston, William 
KilLsea, Enoch 
KilLsea, Moses 
McCobb, William 



Mears, Jeremiah P. 
Mears, John 
Paul, Jacob W. 
Sproul, John 
Sproul, William 
Varny, Isaac W. 
Varny, James 

Waiter. 
Dockendorf, Solomon 



Capt. N. Morse's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Thatcher's Regiment. 

From Sept. 10 to Sept. 29, 1814. Raised at Wiscasset. 



Rank and Name. 


Tilly H. Chesly, Musician 


Hilton, Daniel 


Nathaniel Morse, Captain 


Barley Somes, Musician 


Hilton, Ellis 


Thomas Brentnall, Lieutenant 


Neheniiah Somes, Musician 


Hilton, Rufus 


William Pitt, Lieutenant 




Leeland, Abner 




Privates. 


McKennv, Daniel 


Moses Hilton, Sergeant 


Burton, Frederic 


Melvin, Daniel 


Joshua Damon, Sergeant 


Chamberlin, Ira 


Robbins, Chancy 


Asa Dane, Sergeant 


Chick, Silas 


Smith, Nathan 


William Farnham, Corporal 


Damon, Israel 


Stinson, James 


James Lovell, Corporal 


Farnham, John 


Warren, John 


Samuel Lovell, Corporal 


Gray, William 


Young, John 


John McKennev, Corporal 


Heard, James 


* 


Benjamin Gerry, Musician 


Hedge, Barna 





Lieut. J. Hunt's Detachment, Lieut. Col. E. Thatcher's Regiment. 

From .July li to Aug. 5, 1S14. Service at Waldohoro. 



Rank and Name. 


Chase, Perkins 


Maxey, Smith 


John Hunt, Lieutenant 


Clark, John 


Morton, Isaac 




Clark, Jo.seph 


Palmer, Charles 


David Rivers, Sergeant 


Currier, James S. 


Parsons. William 


Charles Hebner, Sergeant 


Daggett, Frederick 


Snow, Ansel 




Genthner, Charles 


Willey, John 


Privates. 


Hall, James 


Young, James 


Bradford, Josiah 


Howard, Caleb 




Burnes, Jacob 


Keizer, George 





Lieut. W. McCobb's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Thatcher's Regiment. 

From Sept. 12 to Sept. 28, 1814. Raised at Boothbay. Service at Boothbay. 



Rank and Name. 


Robert Reed, Corporal 


McFarland, Ephraim 


William McCobb, Lieutenant 


William Bragg, Musician 


McFarland, John 


Jeremiah Holton, Lieutenant 


Tilly H. Cleasby, Musician 


Montgomery, Nathaniel 
Morse, Joseph 


William Reed, Sergeant 


Privates. 


Pinkham, John 


John Fuller, Sergeant 


Auld, James 


Reed, Alexander 


Paul McCobb, Sergeant 


Auld, William 


Reed, Henry 


Joel Thompson, Sergeant 


Briar, William 


Robinson, William 


Samuel Tibbets, Corporal 


Favours, Peter 


Wylie, William 


John FuUerton, Corisoral 


Fullerton, James 




Henry Williams, Corporal 


McCobb, Ephraim 





288 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Ensign J. H. Becket's Detachment, Lieut. Col. E. Thatcher's Regiment. 

From June 26 to July 15, 1S14. Service at Friendship. 



Rank and Name. 


Condon, Saul 


Morse, Ebenezer 


Joseph H. Becket, Ensign 


Condon, WiUiam 


Morse, Elijah 




Cook, Elijah 


Morse, Oliver 


Frederick Bradford, Sergeant 


Cook, Francis 


Morton, Isaac 


Edward Guy, Sergeant 


Cook, James 
Cook, James, '2d 


Winchenpan, Daniel 


Privates. 


Davis, Benjamin 




Barton, John 


Gyer, John 




Card, George 


Lowrj^, Benjamin 





Ensign J. H. Becket's Detachment, Lieut. Col. E. Thatcher's Regiment. 

From Nov. 3 to Nov. 5, ltS14. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Coadin, William 


Moote, William 


Joseph H. Becket, Ensign 


Cook, Cornelius 


Morse, Jonah 




Cook, Elijah 


Morse, Samuel 


Frederic Bradford, Sergeant 


Guy, Jonah 


Winchenpan, Henry 


Solomon Bickmore, Sergeant 


Horton, James 


Winchenpan, John 


Adam Brause, Corporal 


Horton, Joshua 
Jamison, Thurston W. 


Woltzgrove, Christopher 


Privates. 


Jones, Ezckiel S. 




Card, George 


Lathrop, John 




Chadwick, James W. 


Marble, James 





Capt. M. Robinson's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment. 

From June 2 to June 25, 1814. Service at Gushing. 



Rank and Name. 


Elwell, Saul 


Rivers, Thom.as 


Moses Robinson, Captain 


Fogerty, Saul 


Robinson, Archibald 






Gav, Eleazer 


Robinson, Benjamin 


^ William Burton, Sergeant 


Gilchrist, James 


Robinson, Charles 


Benjamin Grafton, 


Sergeant 


Gilchrist, James, 2d 


Robinson, Charles, 2d 


Dunbar Henderson 


Sergeant 


Gilchrist, Joseph 


Robinson, Edward 


Darius Norton, Corporal 


Hartshorn, Samuel 


Robinson, Jacob 






Hartshorn, Saul 


Robinson, John 


Privates. 


Henderson, William 


Robinson, John L. 


Bradford, Isaiah 




Hyler, William 


Robinson, Robert V. 


J Burton, Isaac 




Killeran, Arthur S. 


Robinson, Simon 


jBurton, Matthew 




Jameson, Thomas 


Robinson, Yardley 


Carby, Robert 




Norton, Jabez 


Seavy, Thomas 


Carter, John M. 




Nutting, Silas B. 


Vose, John 


Davis, Francis 




Page, William 


Willey, Robert 


Davis, Francis, 2d 




Page, William, Jr. 


Willey, William 


Davis, George 




Parsons, James 


Young, James 


Davis, Richard 




Parsons, William 




Davis, Robert 




Rivers, Da^id 





Capt. J. Haskell's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment. 

From June 22 to June 27, Aug. 21 to Aug. 22, and Nov. 3 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Thomaston. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Joseph Copeland, Jr., Sergeant 


Privates. 


John Haskell, Ca]>tain 


George Larmond, Corporal 


Anderson, James 


Alexander Larmond, Jr., Lieutenant 


Aaron L. Benson, Corporal 


Barnard, John 


John B. Rider, Lieutenant 


William Stackpole, Corporal 


Blood, Simon 




Franklin Sterns, Corporal 


Boggs, Ephraim 


Daniel Newcomb, Sergeant 


Peasley Wells, Musician 


Butler, Brackett 


James Willis, Sergeant 


James Cox, Musician 


Creighton, John 


Ivory Hovey, Sergeant 




Fales, Noyes 



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Capt. J. Haskell's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — 


- Concluded. 


Mclntyer, Palmer 


Storer, Elias 


Hall, Benjamin 




Mclntyer, Thomas 


Storer, John 


Hawks, John B. 




Robinson, William 


Tilson, Gilbert 


KcUock, Benjamin 




Seavev, Gideon 


Vose, David 


Kcllock, Samuel 




Spear, Edward 


Woodcock, Nathan 


Lovejoy, John 




Stafford, John 


Woodcock, Patrick 


Mcintosh, Henry 




Stall, Jacob 


Young, Benjamin 



Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment. 

From Sept. 3 to Sept. 18, 1814. Service at Camden. 



Field .\nd St,\ff. 
Samuel Thatcher, Lieutenant Colonel, 

Warren 
Isaac G. Reed, Major, Waldoboro 
Herman Hawes, Major, Union 
Je.ssc Page, Adjutant, Warren 



James Head, Paymaster, Warren 
Alfred Hovey, Quartermaster, Warren 
Edmund Buxton, Surgeon, Warren 
Josejih Huse, Surgeon's Mate, Camden 
Jonathan Hu.se, Chaplain, Warren 



Noncommissioned Staff. 
William Crane, Sergeant Major 
Thomas S. Mallett, Quartermaster Ser- 
geant 



Capt. G. Clouse's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment. 

P'lom Sept. 3 to Sept. 10, 1814. Raised at Waldoboro. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Cromer, Charles 


Riplv, Daniel 


George Clouse, Captain 


Cromer, Cornelius 


Roler, Jacob 


Levi Soule, Lieutenant 


Cushman, Seneca 


Roler, Jacob, 2d 


John Wagner, Ensign 


Dolhiner, Paul 


Roler, Jacob L. 




Flanders, Daniel 


Roler, John 


Godfrey Ludwing, Sergeant 


Genthnor, Jolm 


Roler, John W. 


William Close, Sergeant 


Hager, Charles 


Roler, Paul 


George Kuhn, Sergeant 


Hasses, Charles 


Sidelinger, George 


Charles Belnap, Sergeant 


Hasses, William 


Sides, Charles 


Eleazer Nash, Corporal 


Hock, Jacob 


Sides, Philip 


Jacob Roler, 3d, Corporal 


Hock, John 


Sprague, Abijah 


Joseph Ludwing, Corporal 


Kennedv, William 


Turner, John 


Henry Winchenpaw, Musician 


Lash, Jacob 


Wagner, William 




Light, Adam 


Wallice, John 


Privates. 


Light, George 


WaUice, William 


Aeron, George 


Ludwing, James 


Warner, John 


Acron, Joseph 


Moore, Richard 


Wellman, Benjamin 


Arf or Orf, George 


Overlock, George 


Winslow, Henry 


Boardman, Saul 


Overlook, John 


Witt, Charles 


Close, Jacob 


Overlock, John, 2d 


Witt, John W. 



Capt. J. Fuller's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment. 

From Sept. 5 to Sept. 8, 1814. Raised at Warren. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


John Jamison, CoriJoral 


Brackett, Joshua, 2d 


Jonathan Fuller, Captain 


Joel Robbiiis, Musician 


Conce, Rufus 


Mai'shall Wilber, Lieutenant 


Ephraim StancUsh, Musician 


Condv, Daniel 


John M. Paskell, Ensign 




Copeland, Amasa 




Privates. 


Copeland, Bois 


Alexander Kellock, Sergeant 


Anderson, Archibald 


Copeland, John 


James Dickey, Sergeant 


Anderson, Joshua 


Copeland, Moses 


Joseph Bucklin, Sergeant 


Benson, Jonathan G. 


Copeland, Rufus 


James Paskell, Sergeant 


Blake, John W. 


Crawford, James 


Charles Robinson, Corjjoral 


Boggs, James 


Cuslinian, Ezra 


Hugh Anderson, Corporal 


Boggs, James, 2d 


Damoth, Jacob 


Alexander Anderson, Corporal 


Brackett, Joshua 


Davis, Israel 



290 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE "WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. J. Fuller's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — 
Dickey, David 
French, Saul 
French, William 
Fuller, James 
Hall, James 
Hall, William 
Hysler, Peter 
Kellock, Adam 
Kimball, George 
Libbey, Alexander 
Libbey, George 
Libbey, Hatwil 
Libbey, Henry 
Libbey, Isaac 



Concluded. 



Libbey, James 


Standish, Da\-id 


Libbey, Oliver 


Standish, John 


Lincoln, Lot 


Standish, William 


McCollum, Andrew 


Standish, William, 2d 


McCollum, Andrew, 2d 


Summer, Saul 


McCollum, Archibald 


Summer, Seth 


McCollum, John 


Vaugh, Daniel 


Robinson, Richard 


Vose, John 


Robinson, William 


Vose, Seth 


Rokes, John 


Walton, William 


Sidensparder, George 


Weston, George 


Sidensparder, John 


Weston, Tiieodore 


Skinner, John 


Young, Alexander 


Spear, Alexander 


Young, WilUam 


Spear, Isaac 





Capt. D. Grafton's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment. 

From Sept. 3 to Sept. 7, and Nov. 3 to Nov. 7, 1.S14. Raised at Union. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 
David Grafton, Captain 
Baly Moore, Ensign 

John M. Thorndick, Sergeant 
Elisha Bennet, Sergeant 
John Bachelor, Sergeant 
Noah Rice, Sergeant 
David Snell, Corporal 
John Stevens, Corporal 
Nathaniel Toby, Corporal 
Willard Gilmore, Corporal 
Ebenezer W. Adams, Musician 
James Adams, Musician 

Privates. 
Barnard, Thomas 
Bartlett, Jason 
Bennet, Saul 
Bills, Jason 
Blunt, Ebenezer 
Boothe, Isaac 
Bowen, Amos 
Bowen, Ezra 



Burns, John 
Butler, John 
Butler, John, 2d 
Carver, Nathan 
Clark, Ezekiel 
Ckrk, Joseph 
CoUamore, Alpheus 
Dagget, Henry 
Dagget, Samuel 
Dagget, William 
Drake, Jesse 
Drake, John 
Fossitt, Henry 
Grinat, Daniel B. 
Hagar, Ezekiel 
Hagar, Sewel 
Hascall, David 
Hawes, Noyes P. 
Hawes, Whiting 
HiU, Josiah 
Houghton, Evelio 
Howard, Caleb 
Hutler, Simon 
Irish, Cornelius 



Lathrop, Howard 
Libbey, Jacob 
Libbey, William 
Lincoln, Daniel 
Litchfield, Benjamin 
Luce, Thadeus 
March, Henry 
Miller, Joseph 
Mitchell, Thomas A. 
Morse, Moses 
Peabody, Stephen 
Piper, Samuel 
Rice, Nathan 
Robbins, John P. 
Sincklar, James 
Sleeper, Nathaniel 
Snell, Shadrack 
Thompson, James 
Thompson, John 
Titus, Conly 
Townsend, Isaac 
Whitney, John 
Wood, Saul 



Capt. J. W. Lindley's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment. 

From Sept. 3 to Sept. 8, 1814. Raised at Union. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Litterall, James 


John W. Lindlev, Captain 


Carrid, Nathan 


Maxey, Waterman 


Harvy Maxey, Lieutenant 


Chase, Calvin 


Robbins, Ebenezer 


Saul Stone, Ensign 


Cobb, Ebenezer 


Sheperd, Thaddeus 




Cumins, David 


Simons, Moses 


David Robbins, Sergeant 


Fogler, John 


Simons, Ziba 


Peter W. Robbins, Sergeant 


Gay, David 


Stone, Ebenezer 


Fisher Hart, Sergeant 


Gav, Obed 


Taylor, Thomas 


Reuben Hills, Sergeant 


HiUs, Joel 


Wentworth, Saul 


Spencer Mero, Musician 


Hills, Saul 


Young, Anson 


Thomas Arnold, Musician 


Irish, Ichabod 
Law, Benjamin L. 


Young, David 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



291 



Capt. S. Parker's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment. 

From Sept. 3 to Sept. lU, IHl-l. Raised at Friendship. Serviee at Friendship. 



R,\NK A>fD Name. 


Card, George 


Geyer, Saul 


Simon Parker, Captain 


Card, John 


Horn, Andrew 


John Studlev, Lieutenant 


Chadwick, .James W. 


Jones, Ezekiel S. 


Joseph H. Becker, En.sign 


Cook, Cornelius 


Lotlirop, John 




Cook, Elijah 


Lowry, Benjamin 


Frederic Bradford, Sergeant 


Cook, Francis 


Marble, Jerome 


Solomon Bickmore, Sergeant 


Cook, James 


Morse, Ebenezer 


Zenas Cook, Sergeant 


Cook, James, 2d 


Morse, Jonah 


Edward Gay, Sergeant 


Coudin, Saul 


Morse, Oliver 


James Bradford, Corporal 


Coudin, William 


Morse, Saul 


James Frye, Musician 


Davis, Benjamin 


Morton, John 




Davis, Robert 


Morton, Joshua 


Privates. 


Davis, Robert, 2d 


Parker, Oliver 


Bennet, Asa 


Davis, Thomas 


Winchenpaw, Henry 


Burnet, Almond 


Gay, Jonah 





Capt. P. Keizor's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment. 

From Sept. 4 to Sept. 10, 1S14. Raised at Waldolioro. Serviee at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Castner, Charles 


Newbit, Christopher 


Philip Keizor, Cajjtain 


Clark, John 


Newbit, John 


John Hunt, Lieutenant 


Coll, Abram 


Newbit, Michel, 2d 


Frederic Castner, Ensign 


Coll, James 


Newbit, Michel, 3d 




Cushman, Abel 


Overlock, Jacob 


George Fooler or Fuller, Sergeant 


Ewell, Nathan 


Palmer, Nathaniel 


Gardner Davis, Sergeant 


Farnsworth, John 


Pitcher, James 


Zebedee SimmoiLs, Sergeant 


Farnsworth, Robert 


Pitcher, John 


Joseph Vinal, Sergeant 


Fish, Church 


Russell, Peleg 


George Keller, 2d, Sergeant 


Fish, Saul 


Schwartz, Jacob 


Joseph Overlook, Corporal 


Fitzgerald, Andrew 


Schwartz, Peter 


Nathaniel Pitcher, .Corporal 


Hahn, John 


Shennemow, James 


George Keizor or Raizor, Corporal 


Hasses, Andrew 


Shuman, John 


Bradly Mowry, Musician 


Hasses, George 


Shuman, Joseph 


Caleb Howard, Musician 


Hasses, Henry 


Sides, Charles 




Heabner, Charles 


Sides, Lorin 


Privates. 


Hebbard, Isaac 


Speer, Joshua 


Allen, Duty 


Howard, William 


Sproul, James 


Barnes, Benjamin 


Keen, Charles 


Sproul, Thomas 


Barnes, James 


Keizor, George 


Swetland, Charles 


Barns, Jacob 


Kuhn, Jacob 


Taylor, Godfrey 


Bartlett, John 


Kuhn, Paul 


Taylor, Philip " 


Benner, Christopher 


Kuhn, Peter 


Vinal, John 


Benner, George 


Lash, Casiniah 


Wade, Levi 


Benner, Jacob 


Melvin, Amos 


Waldo, Michel 


Benner, John 


Mink, Andrew 


Wallice, Saul 


Benner, Philip 


Mink, George 


West, Matthias 


Brown, Hector 


Mink, John 


White, James 


Burket, Heiu-y 


Mink, John, 3d 


Willet, Thomas 


Burket, Jacob, 2d 


Mink, Philip 


Winslow, Ezekiel 


Burket, John 


Mink, Philip, 2d 


Winslow, Jacob 


Burket, John, 3d 


Newbit, Adam 





292 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. C. Miller's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment. 

From Sept. 4 to Sept. 10, 1814. Raised at Waldoboro. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Kalah, George 


Charles MiUer, Captain 


Acron, Charles 


Kalah, John 


Jacob Ludwing, Lieutenant 


Acron, George 


Kalah, Joseph 


Thomas Sinimon.s, Ensign 


Acron, John 


Kinsel, John 




Arnold, Benjamin 


Labi, John 


John Brown, Sergeant 


Benner, Charles, 2d 


Lash, John 


Saul Monse, Sergeant 


Benner, Frederic 


Light, Francis 


Saul A. Thomas, Sergeant 


Bonneman, John 


Miller, Charles 


Daniel Simpson, Sergeant 


Brock, John 


Miller, Frank 


Daniel Blake, Corporal 


Chase, John 


Miller, John 


Martin Dennett, Corporal 


Demuth, Charles 


Moody, William 


John Freeman, Corporal 


Demuth, John 


Overlook, George 


Jacob Barker, Corporal 


Demuth, Philip 


Schenck, Andrew 


Christian Holter, Musician 


Fish, William, Jr. 


Schwartz, Jacob, 4th 


James Simmons, Musician 


Groton, Joseph 


Schwartz, John M. 




Hahn, George 


Sides, John 




Head, John B. 


Umberhind, Charles 




Hill, Philip 





Capt. L. Andrews' Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment. 

From Sept. 5 to Sept. 8, 1814. Raised at Warren. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Crawford, Malcomb 


Rogers, Joshua 


Lemuel Andrews, Captain (absent) 


Crawford, William 


Russell, Amasa 


Oliver Copeland, Ensign 


Creighton, James 


Russell, Rufus 




Dunbar, Jesse 


Skinner, Alexander 


William Montgomery, Sergeant 


Farrington, Isaac 


Skinner, Ebenezer 


Stephen C. Burgess, Sergeant 


Farrington, John 


Skinner, James 


Peter Fuller, Sergeant 


Hodges, John 


Skinner, Josejih 


Archibald Crawford, Corporal 


Howard, Thomas 


Skinner, Thomas 


Samuel Connce, Corporal 


Hunnewell, Calvin 


Snow, Ansel 


Abner Farrington, Corporal 


Jones, John 


Spear, Saul 


Thomas Starrett, Musician 


Jones, Lewis 


Stall, Henry 


Miller Martin, Musician 


Kirkpatrick, John 


Starret, Charles 




Laurence, Jeremiah D. 


Starret, James 


Privates. 


Laurence, Joshua 


Starret, Lewis 


Cobb, Nathaniel 


Leach, Enoch 


Starret, William 


Cobb, Rowland 


Libbcy, Samuel 


Sumner, Charles 


Comery, Mathew 


Maxey, Smith 


Swift, Zipha 


Copeland, Charles 


Montgomery, Robert 


Thomas, John 


Crawford, Alexander 


Parker, Josiah 


Wetherbee, Charles 


Crawford, Joseph 


Payson, John 





Capt. L. Andrews' Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment. 

From Nov. 3 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Warren. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Jeremiah D. Lawrence, Corporal 


Farrington, Abner 


Lemuel Andrews, Captain 


Miller Martin, Musician 


Farrington, Isaac 


Benjamin Andrews, Lieutenant 




Fogerty, Samuel 


Peter Fuller, Ensign 


Privates. 


Harrington, .John 




Bogs, Joshua 


Hodgkins, John 


Cyrus Eaton, Sergeant 


Cobb, Nathaniel 


Jones, John 


Archibald Crawford, Sergeant 


Connry, Mathias 


Kellock, Charles 


Samuel Connce, Sergeant 


Copeland, Charles 


Laurence, Joshua 


Calvin Heminway, Sergeant 


Crawford, Joseph 


Laurence, Shuman 


Alexantler Crawford, Corporal 


Crawford, Malcom 


^ Leach, Enoch 


Roland Cobb, Corporal 


Crawford, William 


Leach, Jerathmalel 


Zipha Swift, Corporal 


Creighton, James 


Libbey, Samuel 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1S12. 



293 



Capt. L. Andrews' Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment — Concluded. 



Privates — Concluded. 
Parson, John 
Russell, Amasa 
Russell, Rufus 
Skinner, Alexander 
Skinner, Ebenezer 



Skinner, James 
Skinner, Joseph 
Skinner, Thomas 
Spear, Saul 
Stall, Henry 
Starret, Charles 



Starret, James 
Starret, Lewis 
Starret, William L. 
Sumner, Charles 



Capt. J. Fuller's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment. 
From Nov. 3 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Warren. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Copeland, Amasa 


McCoUtim, Archibald 


Jonathan Fuller, Captain 


Copeland, Bois 


McCoUum, John 


Marshall Wilbcr, Lieutenant 


Copeland, Moses 


Robinson, Richard 


John M. Paskell, Ensign 


Crawford, James 


Sidensparder, George 




Cushman, Ezra 


Sidensparder, John 


Alexander Kellock, Sergeant 


Da\'is, Israel 


Skinner, Isaac 


Joseph Bucklin, Sergeant 


Davis, Osman 


Skinner, John 


Charles Robinson, Sergeant 


Dickey, David 


Spear, Alexander 


Hugh Anderson, Sergeant 


French, Saul 


Spear, David 


George Weston, Corporal 


French, William 


Spear, Hugh 


Jonathan G. Benson, Corporal 


Fuller, James 


Spear, Isaac 


Edward Weston, ]Musician 


Hysler, Peter 


Standish, James 


Alexander Anderson, Musician 


Kellock, Adam 


Standish, John 




Lamson, William 


Standish, Wilham 


Privates. 


Libbey, George 


Still, Phihp 


Anderson, Joshua 


Libbey, Hatwell 


Sumner, Saul 


Blake, John W. 


Libbey, Henry 


Vaugli or Vaughan, Daniel 


Boggs, James 


Libbey, Lsaac 


Vose, John 


Brown, Robert 


Libbey, James 


Vose, Seth 


Conce, Rufus 


Libbev, Oliver 


Young, Alexander 


Condy, Daniel 


McCoUum, Andrew 


Young, William 



Capt. J. W. Lindley's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment. 

From Nov. 3 to Nov. 7, 1IS14. Raised at Union. Service at Camden. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Robbins, Ebenezer 


John W. Lindlev, Captain 


Carrid, Nathan 


Simons, Moses 


Harvey Maxey, Lieutenant 


Chase, Cahnn 


Simons, Ziba 


Saul Stone, Ensign 


Gay, David 


Stone, Ebenezer 




Gav, Obed 


Taylor, John 


Da\ad Robbins, Sergeant 


Hills, Joel 


Taylor, Thomas 


Peter W. Robbins, Sergeant 


Hills, Reuben, 2d 


Wintworth, Saul 


Fisher Hart, Sergeant 


Irish, Ichabod 


Young, Aaron 


Nathan Packard, Sergeant 


Law, Benjamin L. 


Young, Da\id 


Jacob Townsend, Musician 


Litterall, James 




John Hart, Musician 


Maxev, Watennan 




Spencer Mero, Musician 


Morse, Jonathan 





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MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



Capt. M. Robinson's Company, Lieut. CoL S. Thatcher's Regiment. 

From Nov. 3 to Nov. 7, 1814. Service at Gushing. 



Rank and Name. 


Kerby, Robert 


Robinson, Charles 


Moses Robinson, Captain 


Killeran, Arthur F. 


Robinson, Cornelius 




Killeran, Thomas C. 


Robinson, E. 


Privates. 


Killeran, William 


Robinson, Jacob 


Bradford, Isaiah 


Malcomb, Andrew 


Robinson, John 


/Burton, Isaac 


Malcomb, William 


Robinson, John L. 


(/Burton, William 
Davis, Francis 


McCarter, Isaac 


Robinson, John W. 


McCarter, James 


Robinson, Marlboro 


Ehvell, Samuel 


McCarter, John 


Robinson, Simon 


Gay, John 


McCarter, Robert 


Seavey, Thomas 


Gilchrist, Matthew 


Mclntire, John 


Smith, Martin 


Harthorn, Samuel 


Miller, Jonah 


Smith, Thomas 


Henderson, Dunbar 


Norton, Darius 


Vose, William 


Henderson, William 


Norton, Jabez 


Willey, Robert 


Hyler, Herman 


Page, William, Jr. 


Willey, William 


Hyler, William 


Rivers, Thomas 


Young, James 


Jameson, Thomas 


Robinson, Archibald 




Karsons, James 


Robinson, Benjamin 





Lieut. L. Soule's Detachment, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment. 
From Oct. 5 to Nov. 11, 1814. Raised at Waldoboro. Service at Friendship. 



Rank and Name. 


Cook, F. 


Meservy, Charles 


Levi Soule, Lieutenant 


Dolhims, Paul 


McBeath, Henry 




Enghly, John 


Mclntire, Robert 


James F. Paskel, Sergeant 


Esenljy, Charles 


McLellen, James 


Edward Gay, Sergeant 


Ewell, Charles 


Morton, Isaac 


John Pitcher, Corporal 


Heaborn, Charles 


Moses, Oliver 


Frederic Bradford, Corporal 


Hill, Samuel, 2d 


Robinson, Alexander 




Jones, Lines 


Seavey, Thomas 


Privates. 


Keizor, George 


Shannemon, James 


Arnold, Thomas 


Larmand, Joshua 


Snow, Ansel 


Benner, Frederic 


Larrance, Shuman 


Waldo, Michell 


Boggs, James, 2d 


Lash, Jacob 


Wetherbee, Charles 


Brown, Hector 


Lash, John 


Willy, Peleg 


Butler, Flavel 


Lincoln, Lot 


Wilson, Theodore 


Conner, Charles 


Lincoln, Lot, 2d 




Conner, Charles, Jr. 


Maxey, Smith 





Ensign J. Mclntire's Detachment, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment. 

From Sept. 5 to Oct. 6, 1814. Service at Gushing. 



Rank and Name. 
John Mclntire, Ensign 

Thomas Killeran, Sergeaijt 
Eleazer Gay, Corporal 



Privates. 
Bradford, Isaiah 
Davis, Francis 
Gage, William 
Gilchrist, Joseph 
Killeran, Arthur T. 



Malcom, William 
Parson, William 
Rivers, David 
Robinson, John L. 
Robinson, John W. 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA IN THE WAR OF 1812. 



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Lieut. Col. C. Thomas' Regiment. 

From June 20 to Juno 22, and Sept. 10 to Sept. 29, 1,S14. Service at Bath. 



Field and Staff. 


- 
Silas H. Dodge, Quartermaster, Bruns- 


Noncommissioned Staff. 


Charles Thomas, Lieutenant Colonel, 


wick 


Martin Anderson, Sergeant Major 


Brunswick 


Charles Thomas, Jr., Paymaster, Bruns- 


John Dunning, Quartermaster Sergeant 


Thomas S. Estabrooks, Major, Bruns- 


wick 


John E. Coombs, Musician 


wick 


Jacob Herrick, Chaplain, Durham 




Nathaniel Poors, Major, Brunswick 


Jonathan Page, Surgeon, Brunswick 




William Scwall, Adjutant, Brunswick 


Moses Holbrook, Surgeon's Mate, Bath 




Nathaniel Badger, Adjutant, Brunswick 







Capt. R. D. Dunning's Company, Lieut. Col. C. Thomas' Regiment. 

From June 2U to June 22. and Sept. lU to Sept. 29, 1S14. Raised at Brunswick. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Privates. 


Kidder, Jonathan 


Robert D. Dunning, Captain 


Baker, Zacharias 


Lock, Abraham 


John Owen, Lieutenant 


Bradley, Foster 


Moore, Richard 


John Coburn, EiLsign 


Brown, Gardner, Jr. 


Moulton, Samuel 




Clark, John, 2d 


Mullen, Thomas 


Epha Brown, Sergeant 


Davis, Joseph W. 


Mustard, William 


Aaron Dunning, Sergeant 


Dinsmore, James 


Noyes, James 


John Dunning, 3d, Sergeant 


Dunlap, Robert 


Osgood, Theodore 


Joseph Noyes, Sergeant 


Dunning, Joseph N. 


Owen, Saul 


Isaac 0. Robertson, Corporal 


Ellct, James 


Ross, James, 3d 


Joshua Herrick, Corporal 


Flood, Henrv 


Sampson, Alexander 


John Brown, Corporal 


F'uller, Ira 


Shaw, John 


Da\-id Shaw, Corporal 


Graffam, Thomas 


Titcomb, John F. 


Samuel Given, Musician 


Graves or Groves, John 


Toothaker, John 


Edward Eaton, Musician 


Hall, Neal 


Wing, Calvin 




Hammond, James R. 


Woodside, George 




Hunt, WiUiam 





Capt. E. Warren's Company, Lieut. Col. C. Thomas' Regiment. 

From June 20 to June 22, and Sept. 10 to Sept. 29, 1814. Raised at Durham. Service at Bath. 



Rank and Name. 


Farr, John 


Osgood, Aaron, Jr. 


Ebenezcr Warren, Captain 


Fifield, Israel 


Osgood, David, Jr. 


Francis Harmon, Lieutenant 


Gerrish, Benjamin 


Osgood, Moses 


William Newell, Ensign 


Gerrish, Charles 


Osgood, Nathaniel, Jr. 




Gerrish, James 


Osgood, Saul G. 


Zebulon York, Sergeant 


Gerrish, John 


Pierce, Seth 


Ebenezer Roberts, Sergeant 


Gerrish, Moses 


Potterfield, Wilham 


Henrv Warren, Sergeant 


Goodwin, Samuel 


Rouck, John 


William Gerrish, Sergeant 


Harmon, Isaiah 


Rouck, William 


Joshua Gerrish, Corporal 


Harmon, Robery 


Runnels, Thomas 


John Fairfield, Corporal 


Harmond, Daniel 


Snow, Ebenezer 


Lemuel Nichols, Corporal 


Harrington, William 


Snow, Moses 


I\'ory Warren, Corporal 


Hcbbert, Timothy M. 


Snow, Simeon 


Israel Newell, Corporal 


Herrick, Jacob, 3d 


Stetson, Charles 


James Woodbury, Mu