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Full text of "Troops under the command of Col. Fenton, Col. Rees Hill, Gens. Harrison and Crook, Col. Rush and Major Wersler, and those who rendezvonsed [!] at Camp Dupont, Erie, Lancaster, Marcus Hook and York and miscellaneous rolls"

PENNSYLVANIA 
ARCHIVES 



Sixth Sertee 



VOLUME VIII. 



EDITED BY 

THOMAS IvYNCH MONTGOMERY 



UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE 

Hon. ROBERT McAFEE, 

SECRETARY OF THE COMMONWEALTH. 



HARRISBURG, PA.: 

HARRISBURG PUBLISHING COMPANY, STATE PRINTER, 
1907. 



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TROOPS UNDER THE COMMAND OF COL. FEN- 
TON, COL. REES HILL, GENS. HARRISON AND 
CROOK, COL. RUSH AND MAJOR WERSLER, 
AND THOSE WHO RENDEZVONSED AT CAMP 
DUPONT, ERIE, LANCASTER, MARCUS HOOK 
AND YORK AND MISCELLANEOUS ROLLS. 



(1) 
1— Vol. VIII— 6th Ser. 



(2) 



TROOPS COMMANDED BY COLONEL JAME>: 
FENTON— 1812-14. 



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(4) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



MUSTER ROLL. CAPT. SAM'L DUNN'S COMP'Y COLL. 
FENTON'S REGM'T. 



Captain. 
Sam'l Dunn. 

Lieut'ts. 
James McCannell 1st. 

Robt. Foot 2nd. 
John Favouricte 3rd. 

Ensign. 
William Geddis. 



Names. 

1. John Snively (sarg.) pd. 26. 

2. Sam'l Baker, pd. in Capt. 27. 





Gordon's Company. 


28. 


3. 


James M. Ileury, pd. 


29. 


4. 


John Shannor, pd. 




5. 


Thompson Schools, pd. 


30. 


6. 


Will'm Nebill, pd. 


31. 


7. 


John Witheroues, pd. 


32. 


8. 


John Brandt, pd. 


33. 


9. 


Jesse Beams, pd. 




10. 


George Byard. 


34. 


11. 


Fredk. Boreoff, pd. 


35. 


12. 


John Barclay, pd. 


36. 


13. 


John Brewster, pd. 


37. 


14. 


Hugh Baker, pd. 


38. 


15. 


And'w Barclay, pd. 


39. 


16. 


W'm Buchannon, pd. 


40. 


17. 


James Canuor, pd. 


41. 


18. 


Sam'l Cremer, pd. 


42. 


19. 


W'ac Clap. 




20. 


John Cuningham, pd. 


43. 


21. 


Barney Clark. 


44. 


22. 


Thos. Cumings, pd. 


45. 


23. 


Sam'l Davenport, pd. in 


46. 




Capt. Handel's Company. 47. 



24. John Doyle, pd. 

25. James Elliott, pd. 



49, 



Robt. Elder, pd. 

Jas. Fingeity. 

^b'm Flagle, pd. 

Jacob Frush, pd. in Capt 

Gordon's Company. 
Jerry Gift, pd. 
M. Harvy, pd. 
Henry Holby, pd. 
Thos. Hays, pd. in Capt 

Gordon's Company. 
John Humbert, pd. 
Robert Hunter, pd. 
Robert Johnston, pd. 
John Krotzer, pd. 
James Keever, pd. 
James Keester, pd. 
James Kirkwood, pd. 
Benj'n Lang, pd. 
Elijah Lilly, pd. in Capt. 

Gordon's Company. 
David Lightner, pd. 
Tobias Lang. 
Noah Mackey. 
Will'm McCourtney. 
John McConnell, pd. 
Robt. McConnell, pd. 
James Morehead, pd. 



6 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

50. Adam Myres, pd. 69. Charles Runion, pd. 

51. John Miller, pd. 70. Peter Shill, pd. 

52. Will'm McClure, pd. in ^ 71. John Shill, pd. 

Capt. Gordon's Company. 72. John Smith, pd. in Capt. 

52. Sam'l Mateer, pd. Gordon's Company. 

54. John Marshall. 73. John Swanger. 

55. James McKim, pd. 74. Will'm Sheeta, pd. 

56. Will'm Moore, pd. 75. Jacob Staley. 

57. Abs'm — , pd. 76. Barney Shipton. 

58. John Murry, pd. 77. John Stake, pd. 

59. John McDowell, pd. in 78. David Trindell. 

Capt. Gordon's Company. 79. Will'm Woods, pd. in Capt 

60. Joseph Nobel, pd. Gordon's Company. 

61. John Nobel, pd. 80. Richard Wright, pd. 

62. John Over, pd. 81. John Walker, pd. 

63. Jo's Phips, pd. 82. George Wrist, pd. 

64. Tho. Penwilt, pd. 83. William. Williams, pd. 

65. Geo. Plucher, pd. in Capl, 84. John Young, pd. 

Gordon's Company. 85. John Boggs, pd. 

66. M. Panther, pd. 86. John Young, pd. 

67. Will'm Ramsey, pd. 87. Sam'l Swope, pd. 

68. Phillip Roan, pd. 

I certify upon Honor that this Muster Roll Exibits a true 
State of my Company. Given under my hand this 8th. day 
Octo'r 1814. 

SAM'L DUNN, Captain. 

JAMES FENTON, Col. 



Buffalo, Aug. 25th, 1814. 

The Company for Franklin Co. Rendevouzed at Chambers- 
burg. 

We whose names are hereunto subscribed belonging to Cap- 
tain Gordon's company of Militia, acknowledged to have re- 
ceived of Robert Lamberton paymaster of the 5th Detachment 
of Militia of Pennsylvania called into the Service of the 
United States under the Command of Col. James Fenton six 
dollars per man in full of additional pay or Compensation 
allowed by an Act of the Legislature passed the 29th day of 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 7 

March, 1813 and agreeably to an act passed the 22nd day of 
February, 1814. 



1. Hugh Davison. 

2. Charles P. Mills. 

3. James Lott. 

4. Joseph Gorden. 

5. John Radman. 

6. Wilson Neff. 

7. Joseph (his [X] mark) Shilling. 

8. Joseph Arthur. 

9. Thomas Albu. 

10. Martin Bord. 

11. George (his [X] mark) Barr. 

12. Frederick (his [X] mark) Beaverson. 

13. John Baker. 

14. Peter Baker. 

15. Jacob Baker. 

16. Conrad Kraft. 

17. John (his [X] mark) Craig. 

18. Richard (his [X] mark) Cicpel. 

19. William (his [X] mark) Cline. 
2'0. George Davis. 

21. P. W. Mason. 

22. Wm. Deavealbiss. 

23. John Dauman. 

24. John (his [X] mark) Carver. 

25. Emamiel Detrich. 

26. Al E. Duncan. 

27. George (his [X] mark) Ensminger. 

28. Nathaniel (his [X] mark) Phipps. 

29. John Fisher. 

30. Henrich Gueger, 

31. Georg Glaze. 

32. James Hall. 

33. John (his [X] mark) Greenly. 

34. John Huber. 

35. Josep hufman. 
_36. William . 

37. Geo. (his [X] mark) Harmany. 

38. James Hardy. 

39. Johaness faa. 

40. Danil (his [X] mark) Johnston. 

41. Mathew King. 



8 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

42. John (his [X] mark) Karrnen. 

43. Peter Sheefer. 

44. Henry (his [X] mark) Laiten. 

45. James Logan. 

46. Benjamin (his [X] mark) Lewis. 

47. George Miller. 

48. John Mcauley. 
letter M. Noll. 

50. John M. Cornell. 

51. Alexander McMullen. 

52. Peter (his [X] mark) Myers. 

53. William (his [X] mark) Miller. 

54. Abraham (his [X] mark) Peasaker. 

55. Erasmus Quarter. 

56. Andrew (his [X] mark) Rohison. 

57. John (his [X] mark) Ritter. 

58. Adam Rankin. 

59. Christopher (his [X] mark) Sites. 

60. frederick Shaubag. 
CI. Jacob Stouffer. 

62. Joseph (his [X] mark) Fice. 

63. William (his [X] mark) Wolf. 

64. James (his [X] mark) Thompson. 

65. Henry (his [X] mark) Curly. 

66. John McDowel. 

67. Jacob Crush. 

68. Elijh Lilly. 

69. William (his [X] mark) McClure. 

70. Saml. Baker. 

71. John (his [X] mark) Smith. 

72. Thomas (his [X] mark) Hays. 

73. John Graham. 

74. For William Edwards, Wm. Patton, Sergt. Pd Order. 

75. For Joseph Neal, Wm. Patton, Sergt. Pd Order. 

76. For Jacob Keyer, Wm. Patton, Sergt. pd Order. 

77. George (his [X] mark) Plugher, p. order. 

78. William Burjess, p. order. 

79. Michael Bever, p. order. 

80. William Woods, p. order. 

81. William Reesman, p. order. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



A LIST OF NAMES OF A COMPANY OF VOLUNTEERS 
COMMANDED BY CAPTAIN GEO. HENDEL. 



Bugler. 
Johu Krider. 

Sergents. 

Frederick Shemits. 

John David. 
Henry Waremley. 
Isaac Winekoop. 

Corporals. 
Charles Cougher. 



Privets. 



James Crever. 
Christian Leib. 
John Beaty. 
John Fireobent. 
John Lechler. 
Jacob Krider. 
Philip Uller. 
Henry Stewart. 
William Newport. 
John Barnheeter. 
Piter Wareham. 
Peter Ritner. 
John Edeburn. 
Alexander McGreeger. 
Andrew Gearhast. 
Hugh McMickle. 
George Jasperson. 
Hinrey Stubs. 
John Herwener. 
John Snyder. 
Charles Walker. 
William Orr. 
Andrew Brambaugh. 
Peter McNaughton. 
Jacob Keigly. 



John Guist. 
Martain Stuckey. 
Henry Lewinger. 
Sol. Fireabsent. 
John Amy. 
Alexander Newman 
Andrew Philips. 
James Dunbarr. 
Benjamin Smith. 
Samuel Smith. 
William Galbraitb. 
Wm. Kanaday. 
Philip Firtenbaugh. 
David Geer. 
Robert Manley. 
Fredrick Baker. 
Geo. Hassleton. 
John Stuckey. 
Conrad Yoe. 
Abraham Monesmith. 
Motain Langsdorf. 
Lewis Zering. 
Christian Poorman. 
Nicholas Boor. 
John Jenkins. 



10 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS, 



Henry Bup. 
John Hoover. 
Joseph Eslinger. 
John Harman. 
Alexander Mullen. 
John Mesinger. 
George Crocket. 
David Wolf. 
Jacob Spees. 
John Shisler. 
Samuel Fisher. 
Vallentine Shally. 
James Mullen. 
George Hatter. 
Adam Devartei'. 
Samuel Ford. 
Michael Langsdorl 
Samuel Brenisen. 
John McGary. 
Henry Seidle. 
Rudolph Stoner. 



John Hinkel. 
Andrew Grouse. 
John Hunker. 
Sol. Haynes. 
Devid Ringenberger. 
John Warmer. 
Michael Hyde. 
John Andrees. 
Isaac Ristler. 
Thomas Broos. 
Laranes Gathain. 
William Kirtlen. 
Jbhn Ruchard. 
Hyram Armstrong. 
Jacob Boyers. 
James Munkes. 
Daniel Redebaugh. 
John Manesmith. 
John Murry. 
John Bup. 
Robert Miller. 



This is to Certify that the above is a true return of the men 
Under my Command. 

GEO. HENDEL, Capt. , 
JAMES FENTON, Colonel Commt. 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT'N HENDEL'S COMPANY OF VOL- 
UNTEERS BELONGING TO THE 5TH DETACHMENT 
PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA NOW IN THE SERVICE OP 
THE UNITED STATES AT BUFFALOE, N. Y. JAS FEN- 
TON COL. 



Captain. 
George Hendel. 



Lieuts. 

David Everly. 
Peter Philips. 

Fred'k Sharrets. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 

Ensign. 
Michael Sanno. 

Sergants. 

1. John Davis, pd. 

2. Henry Wormly, pd. 

3. Isaac Winecoop, pd. 
4. Peter Ritner, pd. 

Corporals. 

5. John Bab, pd. 

5. Peter Werehime, pd. 

7. Adam Decarter, pd. 

8. Philip Uhler, pd. 

Privates. 



9. Lewis Lering, pd. 

10. Joseph Eslinger, pd. 

11. Hugh McMickle, pd. 

12. Charles Walker, pd. 

13. George Crocket, pd. 

14. John Hievener, pd. 

15. William Newport, pd. 

16. Benjamin Smith, pd. 

17. Samuel Smith, pd. 

18. John Rickert, pd. 

19. John Hinckle, pd. 

20. Samuel Devenport, Cap. Dunn. 

21. John Thisler, pd. 

22. John Beatty, pd. 

23. Alex'r McGreegr, pd. 

24. Alex'r Neuman, pd. 

25. John Arny, pd. 

26. Wm. Galbreath, pd. 

27. George Husselton, pd. 

28. Fred'k Beaker, pd. 

29. Wm. Kirtland, pd. 

30. Isaac Kirtland, pd. 

31. Peter McNaughton, pd. 
3-2. Sollomon Haues, pd. 

33. Wm. Kennedy, pd. 

34. Andrew Phillips, pd. 



12 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

35. Jacob Keigly, pd. 

36. Andrew Grouse, pd. 

37. Lorence Ketring, pd. 

38. Samuel Fisher, pd. 

39. Alexander Mullen, pd. 

40. James Dunbar, pd. 

41. Tho's Bruce, pd. 

42. Sam'l Ford, pd. 

43. Robert Manly, pd. 

44. John McGavy, pd. 

45. Christ'n Poorman, pd. 

46. Jacob Krider, pd. 

47. Jehu Earuheeter, pd. 

48. Henry Stuard, pd. 

49. Sollomon Fiveobend, pd. 

50. John Lechler, Dest'd 10th. March, & joined Compy. 23rd 
Aug. 

51. Robert Miller, Dest'd 10th March, & joined Compy. 23rd 
Aug. 

52. Robert Koucher, pd. 

53. Henry Sidel, pd. 

54. John Andrews, pd. 

55. Hiram Armstrong, pd. 

56. Samuel Benizer, pd. 

57. William Bruce, missing 25th. July. 

58. Nicholas Boar, pd. 

59. Andrew Brumbough, pd. 

60. Jacob Byers, pd. 

61. Henry Bob, pd. 

62. John Bunker, missing 5th July. 

63. John Edeburn, pd. 

64. John Feyerobend, pd. 

65. Philip Fertenbough, Deserted. 

66. John Cues, Deserted 2d June. 

67. Andrew Gerhart, pd. 

68. John Ginkens, Killed 25th July. 

69. David Geer, Deserted 5tli May. 

70. Herman John, pd. 

71. George Herter, pd. 

72. Michael Hide, pd. 

73. George Gasperson, Deserted 20th March. 

74. Michael Longsdorf, pd. 

75. Martin Longsdorf, pd. 

76. Henry Livinger, pd. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 13 

77. Christ'n Libe, pel. 

78. . 

79. John Messinger, pd. 

80. James Mullen, killed 5th July. 

81. John M. Smith, pd. 

82. Abraham M. Smith, pd. 

83. John Murry, pd. 

84. James Munks, deserted 17th June. 

85. William Orr, pd. 

86. David Rensenberger, pd. 

87. Daniel Rodenbough, deserted 10th March. 

88. Henry Hubbs, Missing 25th July. 

89. John Stucky, pd. 

90. Vallentine Tholly, pd. 

91. John Snyder, des. 2d June. 

92. John Warner, des. 10th March. 

93. Conrad Yoe, pd. 

94. Jacob Speas, pd. 

95. David Wolf, pd. 

96. John Krider, pd. 

97. Wm. Askins, pd. Capt. Moreland's Comp. 

98. Jacob Walker, pd. Capt. Moreland's Comp. 
9'9. Robert Dougherty, pd. Capt. Moreland's Comp, 
100. George Keley, pd. Capt. Moreland's Comp. 

Martinn Tlookey Deserted ^ returned 23d July. 

I do Certify that the foregoing is a correct Muster Roll o* 
my Company, Given under my hand this 26th. day of Aug. 
1814. 

GEO. HENDEL, Capt'n. 

JAMES FENTON, Col. 



Buffalo, N. Y. August 26th, 1814. 

WE WHOSE NAMES ARE HEREUNTO SUBSCRIBED BE- 
LONGING TO CAPTAIN HENDELS COMPANY OP VOL- 
UNTEERS ACKNOWLEDGED TO HAVE RECEIVED OF 
ROBERT LAMBERTON PAYMASTER OF THE 5TH DE- 
TACHMENT OF MILITIA OF PENNSYLVANIA CALLED 
INTO THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES UNDER 
THE COMMAND OF COL. JAMES FENTON SIX DOLLARS 
PER MAN IN FULL OF ADDITIONAL PAY OR COMPEN- 



[ PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

SATION ALLOWED BY AN ACT OF THE LEGISLATURE 
PASSED THE 29TH DAY OF MARCH 1813 AND AGREE- 
ABLY TO AN ACT PASSED THE 22ND DAY OF FEBRU- 
ARY 1814. 



Captain. 
Hendel. 



Privates. 



Henry Wamby. 

John Bob. 

Lewis Zearing. 

Charles (his [X] mark) Walker, 

George Crockett. 

Benjamin Smith. 

Samuel (his [X] mark) smith 

John Rickerd. 

Joseph C slinger. 

John Hinkle. 

John Shisler. 

Alexander (his [X] mark) Mc- 
Gregor, 

Alexander Newman. 

John Arny. 

Wm. Galbreath. 

George (his [X] mark) Hastle 
ton. 

Peter Ritner. 

Fred'k (his [ — ] mark) Baker, 

William Hirtland. 

William Newport. 

Samuel Davenport. 

Peter Warehime. 

Hugh (his [X] mark) Mc 
Mickle. 

Johannus . 

John Beatty. 

Isaac Kirtland. 

Peter McNaughton. 

Wm. Kennedy. 

Andrew Phillips. 

Jacob Keigley. 



Andrew Krause. 

Lawrence (his [X] mark) Ket- 
tering. 
. Samuel his [X] mark) Fisher. 

Alexander Mullen. 

James (his [X] mark) Dun- 
bar. 

Thomas Bruce. 

Samuel Fgnd. 

Robert (his [X] mark) Manly. 

Christian Poorman. 

Jacob Crider. 

Henry Stewart. 

William Askine. 

Jacob Walker. 

Robert Daugherty. 

George Kelsey. 

Solomon Myers. 

Solomon Feyerored. 
.Johannus Bernheiser. 

Henry (his [X] mark) Livinger. 

Nicholas Boor. 

John (his [X] mark) Messinger. 

Hiram Armstrong. 

George Harter. 

Andrew Gearhart. 

Jacob (his [X] mark) Spear. 

Isaac Wynkoop. 

John Murray. 

William Orr. 

Michael (his [X] mark) Hede. 

Abraham Smith. 

John Smith. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 15 

LIST OF THE NONCOMMiaSIONED OFFICERS AND PRI- 
VATES OF CAPT. JOHN McMillans company co'l 

FENTON'S REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA WHO 
CROSSED THE NIAGARA INTO CANADA AND PER- 
FORMED THEIR DUTY UNTILL ORDERED TO RECROSS. 



David Cooper, paid August 15th. 

Peter Reed, paid Aug't 26. 

Andrew Cunningliam, paid J. Cunningham Aug't 24. 

Henry Reed, paid by Mr. B. 

Thomas Douglass, paid April 21, 1817. 

Samuel Scott, paid by Mr. B. 

James Cunningham, paid Aug't 24 to J. Cunningham. 

William Adair, paid Samuel Adair, Sept. 7. 

John Armstrong, paid J. Mily, Esq'r Aug't 16. 

Samuel Agnew, paid Mrs. Dobbin. Sep't 18th. 

William Erwin, paid Aug't 9. 

William Buchanan, paid Aug't 10. 

John Bear, paid Aug't 13. 

Philip Bower, paid John Bower Sept't 12. 

John Beigler, paid Aug't 26. 

Henry Burns. 

Thomas Boreland, paid John Blake, Aug't 15, 1816. 

Samuel Blake, paid Sep't 24 to J. Blake. 

Calvin Blythe, paid Nov. 7. 

John Carbaugh, paid Aug't 23. 

William Chapman, paid by Mr. B. 

John Cook, paid Calvin Blythe. 

Thomas Derbon, paid April 23. 

Charles Edwards, paid Nov. 23. 

James Gregg, paid Aug't 12. 

John Gype, paid Aug't 10. 

Robert Hagan, paid Aug't 10. 

Henry Harman, paid Mary Harman, Nov. 22. 

Andrew Hensel, paid Sep't 2. 

John Heron. 

Phillip Isir, paid Feb. 11, 1817. 

John Kepuer, paid Sep't 3. 

Aquila Long, paid Aug't 12. 

George Leas, paid B't Gilbert. 

Christopher Moore. 

James McCleef, paid Aug't 12. 

Jacob Majors. 



16 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

James McDermot, paid his mother 

Joseph Mills, paid Aug't 20th. 

Jacob Norbeck, paid 2nd Dec'r. 

James Orbison, paid Aug't 14. 

William Pope, paid Nov'r 11th. 

Abraham Pepple, paid Aug't 31. 

Samuel Ray, paid Maj'r Gallowe. 

James Seabrooks, paid 14 Aug't. 

George W. Spencer, paid May 27 . 

Frederick Swentzel, paid Aug't 9. 

William Thomas, paid Aug't 20. 

Anthony Troxel, paid. 

Charles Thatcher, paid Aug't 14, Thos. Mckeleb. 

Thomas White, paid Aug't 10. 

Joseph Woods, paid Aug't 9th. 

William Woods, paid Aug't 8th. 

John Woods, paid Aug't 9. 

The following men were unable to cross on account of sick- 
ness but received regular discharges or died viz. 
James McMasters. 
John Rummel. 
Henry Wolfkill, Deceased. 

Adams County ss: 

Personally appeared before me the subscriber one of the 
Justices of the Peace in & for Adams Co. Penna. the within 
named Capt. John McMillen & being legally sworn deposeth 
Ǥ: saith that the foregoing list is accurate & just. 

JOHN McMillan. 

Sworn and Subscribed the 29th day of May 1816 Before me 

HENRY HOKE. 

It being satisfactorily proven that fifty four men volunteers 
in the within list or roll named are entitled each of them to 
ten Dollars bounty granted by the legislature in and by an 
Act passed the 19th day of March last past I do therefore de- 
sire the State Treasurer to place into the hands of the proper 
Brigade Inspector five hundred and forty Dollars for the pur- 
pose intended by the said act of the General Assembly. 

SIMON SNYDER, 

26th June, 181G. 

Secretary's Office at Harrisburg, July 8, 1816, I Certify that 
the foregoing and within documents are ti:ue copies of the 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



It 



Originals now remaining on file and of record in the said 
office. 

JAMES TRIMBLE, 
Deputy Sec'y. 



Buffalo, N. Y. August 27, 1814. 
WE WHOSE NAMES ARE HEREUNTO SUBSCRIBED BE- 
LONGING TO CAPTAIN MCMILLAN'S COMPANY OP 
MILITIA ACKNOWLEDGE TO HAVE RECEIVED OF 
ROBERT LAMBERTON PAY MASTER OP THE STH DE- 
TACHMENT OP MILITIA OP PENNSYLVANIA CALLED 
INTO THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES UNDER 
THE COMMAND OP COL. JAMES FENTON SIX DOLLARS 
PER MAN, IN PULL OF ADDITIONAL PAY OR COMPEN- 
SATION ALLOWED BY AN ACT OF THE LEGISLATURE 
PASSED THE 29TH DAY OP MARCH 1813 AND AGREE- 
ABLY TO AN ACT PASSED THE 22D DAY OF FEBRUARY 
1814. 



Peter Reed. 

And'w Cunningham. 

Henry (his [X] mark) Reed. 

Samuel (his [X] m_ark) Scott. 

Thomas Douglass. 

James (his [X] mark) Cun- 
ningham. 

William (his [X] mark) Arvin, 

William (his [X] mar) Adair. 

Wm. Buchanan. 

For V/m. Bower pr order. 

Joseph Chamherlain, Lieut. 

John Beecher. 

Sam'l Blake. 

John (his [X] mark) Car- 
bough. 

Wm. Chapman. 

John Cook. 

Thomas Dustin. 

Calvin Blythe. 

Charles Edwards. 

James Gregg. 

Henry (his [X] mark) Burns. 



John Gipe. 

Robert Halyan. 

Andrew (his [X] mark) Hen- 

sel. 
John (his [X] mark) Herron, 
Philip (his [X] mark) Ises. 
Aquilce Long. 
.Christopher Moor. 
James McCleep. 
Jacob Mecgors. 
James McDennot. 
Joseph (his [X] mark) Mills 
Jacob Korbeck. 
Wm. Pope. 
Abraham Epple. 
Samuel Rece. 
James Seabrooks. 
Pred'k Swentgel. 
William Thomas. 
Anthony French. 
Charles Thatcher. 
Thomas White. 
Joseph Woods. 



2— Vol. VIII— 6th Ser. 



18 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

William Wood. James McMaster. 

John Wood. John Riemmel. 

Jacob Melchior. David Cooper. 

For John Bear pr order. John Armstrong. 
Charles Edwards. 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTAIN MITCHELL'S COMPANY OF 
VOLUNTEERS BELONGING TO THE 5TH DETACHMENT 
PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA NOW IN THE SERVICE OF 
THE UNITED STATES AT BUFFALO, N. Y. 



Capt. 

Andrew Mitchell. 

Lieuts. 

Samuel McKeehan. 
James Mitchell. 

Sergeants. 

1. Robert McBride, Jr. pd. 

2. Andrew Derr, pd. 

3. John Campbell, pd. 

Corpls. 

4. Samuel Ross, pd. 
5. Joseph Derr, pd. 

Musician. 

6. Jno. Kingsbury, pd. 

Privates. 

7. Frederick Andrews pd. 16. Joseph Cooper pd. 

8. John Boileau pd. 17. Jesse Cooper pd. 

9. John Bisline pd. 18. Daniel Campbell pd. 
iO. John Barber pd. 19. Thomas Cooper dec'd. 

11. John Browneller pd. 20. William Cooper pd. 

12. Wm. Branyan pd. 21. James Callen pd. 

13. Jonathan Booth pd. 22. William Carothers pd. 

14. Philip Cope pd. 23. William Clark pd. 

15. Andw. Carson pd. 24. John Dichson pd. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



25. Robert Douds pd. 47. 

26. Timothy Dimpsey pd. 48. 

27. John Devault pd. 49. 

28. Sam'l Dennison, killed 25th 50. 
July 1814. 51. 

29. Philip Epright pd. 52. 

30. John Fulton pd. 53. 

31. Israel Jennings pd. 54. 

32. .John Garner pd. 55. 

33. David Holmes pd. 56. 

34. John House pd. 57. 

35. Wm. Hughes dec'd. 58. 

36. Presley Irvine pd. 59. 

37. William Jones pd. 60. 

38. Obadiah Jackson pd. 61. 

39. Henry Keel pd. 62. 

40. Morgan Kelly pd. 03. 

41. Joseph Long pd. 64. 

42. William Logan pd. 65. 

43. Michael. Long pd. 66. 

44. George Litle pd. 67. 

45. Hugh McIIroy pd. 68. 

46. Rooert Mathers pd. 69. 



Pat'k McManemy pd. 
Thomas Mclntire pd. 
Thomas Mathers pd. 
Elias McClelland pd. 
Robt. McClelland pd. 
Samuel McKibbon pd. 
Jacob Redick pd. 
Peter Ripton pd. 
John Ripton pd. 
William Richey pd. 
James Shields pd. 
Marks Spidle pd. 
Abr'm Sever pd. 
Sam'l Spangler pd. 
Geo. Sonday pd. 
Joshua Styner pd. 
Joseph Thompson pd. 
Peter Thompson pd. 
Samuel Woods pd. 
Geo. Watsbougher pd. 
John Wilt pd. 
John Moor pd. 
Joseph Boileau pd. 



I do Certify that the above & foregoing is a correct Muster 
Roll of my Company. Given under my hand at Buffalo this 
24th day A. D. 1814. 

AND'W MITCHELL, Capt. 
JAMES FENTON, Col. 

Buffalo Aug't 27th, 1814. 

Capt. And'w Mitchell Sirs — Please to Draw the Six Dollars 
that is coming from Major Robert Lamberton to me & sine 
my name if required & In so doing you will obledge your fr. 

WM. CAROTHERS. 



Buffalo, N. Y. Augt. 26th, 1814. 

WE WHOSE NAMES ARE HEREUNTO SUBSCRIBED BE- 
LONGING TO CAPTAIN MITCHEL'S COMPANY OF VOL- 
UNTEERS ACKNOWLEDGE TO HAVE RECEIVED OF 
ROBERT LAMBERTON PAY MASTER OF THE 5TH DE- 
TACHMENT OF MILITIA OF PENNSYLVANIA CALLED 



20 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



INTO THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES UNDER 
THE COMMAND OF COL. JAMES FENTON SIX DOLLARS 
PER MAN, IN FULL OF ADDITIONAL PAY OR COMPEN- 
SATION ALLOWED BY AN ACT OF THE LEGISLATURE 
PASSED THE 29TH DAY OF MARCH 1813 AND AGREE- 
ABLY TO AN ACT PASSED THE 22D DAY OF FEBRUARY 
1814. 



Captain. 

Andrew Mitchel. 



Privates. 



Robert McBride. 
Andrew Derr. 
John Campbell. 
Samuel Ross. 

Joseph . 

John Kingsborough. 

Frederick Enders. 

John Boileaw. 

John (his [X] mark) Barber, 

John Brownebec. 

William Branyan. 

Jonathan (his [X] mark) 

Booth. 
Philip Cope, 
And'w Carsone. 
Ja's Cooper. 
Jesse Cooper. 
Dan'l Campbell. 
Johannes Binstlein. 
John Dickson. 
William Cooper. 
Rob't Dowds. 
Timothy Dinney. 
Philip Epright. 
John Fullton. 
John Gardner. 
David Holmes. 
John Hause. 
Presley (his [X] mark 
William Jones. 
Henry Keel. 



William Logan. 
Michael Long. 
Robert S. Mathers. 
Patrick (his [X] mark) Mc- 

Manemy. 
Thomas Wynline. 
Thomas Mathers. 
Robert McClellan. 
Jacob Redick. > 

Peter Pripton. 
John Ripton. 
William Pritchice. 
James Shields. 
Max Scheidel. 
Abraham (his [X] mark) 

Lever. 
Samuel Sponger. 
George Sunday. 
Joshua Styner. 
Joseph Thompson. 
Peter Thompson. 
George Wertsbaughr. 
John Wilt. 
Joseph Boileaw. 
Obadiah Jackson. 
Israel Jennings. 

McElroy. 

John (his [X] mai'k) Devault. 
Irvine.Sam'l Woods. 
Wm. P. Clarks. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



21 



Samuel his X mark McKibbon. George Little. 
James Callen. Joseph Long. 

John Moore. Elias McClelland. 

Morgan his X mark Keller. Wm. Carothers pr order. 



Witness Present at Signing 



the within. 
AND'W MITCHELL, Capt. 



RETURN ROLL OP CAPT. MORELAND'S COMPANY FROM 
THE MORNING REPORT. 



1. Abraham Going. 


30. Robt. Rodgers. 


2. William Wallan. 


31. James Scott. 


3. James Rodger. 


32. Henry Bresser. 


4. Thos. Clark. 


33. James Adame, Corp. 


5. Philip Stumbaugh, 1 Ser- 


34. Moses Ewing. 


geant. 


35. George Erwin. 


6. Gillem Jacob. 


36. Samuel Bier. 


7. Robert Dougherty. 


37. William Ashins, formerly 


8. George Shreffler. 


Capt. 


9. peter Kisteler. 


39. John Goodlands, Thos. Mor 


10. Shreffler John. 


ies, Com. 


11. George Shamhaugh, 2 Ser- 


■ 40. Henry Race. 


geant. 


41. John . 


12. George Govetshall. 


42. Joseph Wilson. 


13. Jacob Walker. 


43. Abercromby John, Corp. 


14. John Hoobler. 


44. Adam Wolf. 


15. Henry Hollenbaugh. 


"-. John Moris. 


16. George Bugstressie. 


46. Sebastien V/aggoner, Corp 


17. David Dyurger. 


47. Peter otto. 


18. Danil Camp. 


48. William Barkley. 


19. David Bum, Bugler. 


49. George Strock, 2 Sergt. 


20. Josip Taylor. 


50. Joseph Strock. 


21. Goetfrey Rous. 


51. John Jacobe. 


22. Jacob Bowie. 


52. Peter Bower. 


23. Adam Kistler. 


53. Michael Wicere. 


24. John Stickleman, Corp. 


54. David Jourden. 


25. James Nieper. 


55. Thos. McCoy. 


26. Mathies Hollenbaugh. 


56. Jacob Sheffer. 


27. George Dysingire. 


57. William Sheffer. 


28. John Boughman. 


58. Peter Evinger. 


29. Solomon Bergstrisser. 


59. Esekiel Mc. 



22 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

60. Robt. Welsh. 75. Jno. Myers. 

61. John Garland. 76. Danl. Fry. 

62. Jacob Coiner. 77. Jos. Fry. 

63. George Robinson. 78. Abrm. Fry. 

64. Robt. Hays. 79. Jacob Kenedy. 

65. Archibald Kenedy. 80. Richtd. Rodgers. 

66. John Hamilton. 81. Jacob Potter. 

67. James Martin. 82. Saml. Wilson. 

68. George Kelso. 83. Wm. Teate. 

69. Joseph Hoaghurtre. 84. Isaac Gershard. 

70. Michael Spunabarger. 85. Ritd. Stewart. 

71. George Gray. 86. Geo. Shaw. 

72. Geo. Buck. 87. Robt. Dunbarr. 

73. Robt. Buck. 88. John Sleighter. 

74. Geo. Wendt. 

I do hereby certify that the within is a just & true return 
of the men under my command. Given under my hand this 
first day of March 1814. 

DAVID MORELAND, Capt. 

JAMES FENTON, 
Colonel Commandant. 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTAIN MORELANDS COMPY. OF 
VOLUNTEERS BELONGING TO THE 5TH DETACHMENT 
PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA UNDER THE COMMAND OF 
COL. JAMES FENTON. 



Captain. 
David Moreland. 

1st Lieut. 
Robert Thompson. 

2d Lieut. 
John Neeper. 

Ensign. 
Amos Cadwallader. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 23 

Sergts. 

John Steigleman, pd. 

John Kibler, pd. 

Ritchard Rodgers, pd. 

George Strock, pd. 

Corpls. 

James Adams, pd. 

John Abeicrombie, pd. 

Sebastian Waggoner, missing July 20. 

James Rodgers. 

Musicians. 
David Beems, deed. 
John Mj^ers, pd. 

Privates. 
William Askins, pd. in Capt. Hendels Co. 
George Barrickstresser, pd. 
Jacob Bower, pd. 
Solomon Barrickstresser, pd. 
Samuel Bice, pd. 
William Barclay, pd. 
Peter Bower, pd. 
George Buck, pd. 
Robert Buck, pd, 
Frederick Burd, pd. 
Joshua Byers, pd. 

Jno. Baughman, deserted 21st march. 
Daniel Camp, pd. 
Jacob Keiner, pd. 
Thos Clark, destd. 15th march. 
Robt. Dougherty, pd. in Capt. Hendels Co. 
David Dysinger, pd. 
Geo. Dysinger, pd. 
Philip Deckard, pd. 
Robert Dunbar, Pd. 
Thomas Dansville. 
Moses Ewens, pd. receipt in roll. 
Peter Evinger, pd. 
Daniel Fry, pd. 

Joseph Fry, killed 5th July pd his representatives 18th Dec. 
1816. 



24 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Abraham Fry, pd. 

Jacob Gillim. 

John Goodlander, pd. 

John Garland, pd. 

Isaac Gushard, pd. R. Lamberton. 

Jno. Galagher, pd. 

Geo. Gutshall, pd. 

Henry Hollebaugh, pd. 

Hoobler John, pd. 

Mathias Hollebaugh, pd. 

Robert Hays, pd. 

Jacob Hamaker, pd. 

Jno. Hamilton, pd. 

Jos. Hochenberry, destd. 25th May. 

Geo. Irwin, destd. 25th march. 

John Jacobs, pd. 

David Jordan, destd. 21st march. 

Adam Kesler, pd. 

Peter Kesler, pd. 

Archd. Kennedy, pd. 

Geo. Kelsey, pd. in Capt. Hendels Co. 

Jacob Kenny, pd. 

Jacob Ledick, pd. 

John Moses, pd. 

Ezekial McMurray, pd. 

Thos. McCoy, pd. 

James Martin. 

William Miller, pd. 

James Neeper, pd. 

Petter otto, dest'd 12th April. 

Jacob Potter, pd. 

Henry Presser, pd. 

George Gray, pd. 

Robert Rodgers, deed, paid R. Lambiter. 

George Robison, pd. 

Henry Ross, pd. 

Philip Stumbaugh, pd. 

Geo. Sheffler, pd. 

James Scott, pd. 

Joseph Strock, pd. 

Jacob Sheaffer, pd. 

William Sheaffer, pd. 

Michael Spanaberger, pd. 

Richard Stuart. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 25 

George Shaw, pd. 

George Sleighter, pd. 

George Shumbaugh, pd. 

Samuel Sheets, deserted May 27. 

Jacob Stambaugh, deserted May 27. 

William Tate destd. July 10th. 

Joseph Taylor, pd. 

Joseph Wilson, pd. 

Adam Wolf, pd. 

Robert Welsh, pd. 

Geo. Wendt, Taken prisonr. July. 

Samuel Wilson, pd. 

Michael Wallace, pd. 

Michael Weaver, destd. 12th Aprl. 

William Wallace, pd. 

Abraham Young, pd. 

Godfrey Rouse, pd. 

John Shreffler, pd. 

I do hereby Certify that the above and foregoing is a 
correct muster roll of my company. Given under my hand 
this 22nd day of September A. D. 1814. 

DAVID MORELAND, Captain. 
JAMES PENTON. Col. 



Oct. 18th, 1814. 

WE WHOSE NAMES ARE HEREUNTO SUBSCRIBED BE- 
LONGING TO CAPT MORELAND'S COMPANY OF VOLUN- 
TEERS ACKNOWLEDGE TO HAVE RBCD. FROM 
ROBERT LAMBERTON PAY MASTER OF THE 5TH DE- 
TACHMENT OF MILITIA OF PENNSYLVANIA CALLED 
INTO THE SERVICE OP TPIE UNITED STATES UNDER 
THE COMMAND OF COL. JAMES FENTON SIX DOLLARS 
PER MAN, IN FULL OF ADDITIONAL PAY OR COMPEN- 
SATION ALLOWED BY AN ACT OF THE LEGISLATURE 
PASSED THE 29TH DAY OF MARCH 1813 AND AGREE- 
ABLY TO AN ACT PASSED THE 22D DAY OF FEBRUARY 
1814. 



1. Abraham Young. 

2. John Garland. 

3. Jacob N. Potter, pr. order. 



26 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

4. John Abercombee. 

5. James Neiper. 

6. George Strock. 

7. John Adams. 

8. James (his [X] mark) Rodgers. 

9. George March. 

10. Jacob Rowela. 

11. Solomon . 

12. Samuel Bice. 

13. David dismet. 

14. George Deissener. 

15. Peter (his [X] mark) Ewinger. 

16. Johannas Gutlender. 

17. George (his [X] mark) Gutshall. 

18. Henrich Hollenbach. 

19. Mathias (his [X] mark) Holleback. 

20. John Hoobler. 

21. John (his [X] mark) Hamilton. 

22. Adam (his [X] mark) Kesler. 

23. Peter (his [X] mark) Kesler. 

24. Arch'd Kennedy, pd. order. 

25. Ezekiel W. Mwory. 

26. Thomas W. Coy. 

27. Wm. Miller. 

28. Henry (his [X] mark) Presser. 

29. George Robison. 

30. Henry Ross. 

31. Philip Shunbach. 

32. Joseph Strock, pr. order. 

33. George Schambach. 

34. Joseph taylor. 

35. Joseph Wilson. 

36. Daniel (his [X] mark) Comp. 

37. . 

38. William Wallon. 

39. Johann Schaefler. 

40. George Shreffler. 

41. Sottriest Ranch. 

42. John Jacbo. 

43. Robert Welch. 

44. Robert Dunbar, pr. order. 

45. George Shaw. 

46. James Scott, pr. order. 

47. Joshua Byers, pr. order. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 

48. Jacob Hamaker. 

49. Robert Buck, pr. order. 

50. Geo. Buck, pr. order. 

51. Wm. Barclay, pr. order. 

52. Jno. Steigleman, pr. order. 

53. Fred'k Bird, pr. order. 

54. Samuel Wilson, pr. order. 

55. Philip Deckard, pr. order. 

56. Geo. Gray, pr. order. 

57. Daniel Fry, pr. order. 

58. John Moier, pr. order. 

59. Abraham Fry, pr. order. 

60. Jacob Kenee, pr. order. 

61. Richard Rodgers. 

62. Jacob Ledick, pr. order. 

63. John his X mark Sleighter, 

64. John A. Moses. 

65. Jacob Sheaffer, pr. order. 

66. Wm. Sheaffer, pr. order. 

67. John Kibler, pr. order. 

68. Peter Bower. 

69. Jacob Reiner. 

70. Robert (his [— ] mark) Hays. 

71. Michael Spaneberger, pr. order. 

72. John Gallaher, pr. order. 

Witness Present at signing the Within. 

DAVID MORELAND, 
Capt. 



MUSTER ROLL OP CAPT. JAMBS PIPERS COMPANY OF 
VOLUNTEERS BELONGING TO 5TH. DETACHMENT 
PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA NOW IN THE SERVICE OF 
THE, UNITED STATES AT BUFFALO STATE OF NEW 
YORK. COL. JAMES FENTON. 



Capt. 
James Piper. 

Lieut. 
James Woodburn. 

Ensign. 
Andeew Huston. 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Sergeants. 

1st. William L. Weakley. 

2nd. James Weakley. 

3rd. James Smith. 

4th. Henry James. 

Corporals. 

Daniel Kable. 
William McCulloch, Sr. 
Wm. McCulloch, Jun'r. 



Ezra Morrison. 
Samuel Orr. 
James Still. 
James Mcantire. 
Valentine Collins. 
Joseph Turner. 
Jacob Casner. 
Peter Spangler. 
Thomas McGaw. 
Sam'l McGlaughlin. 
William Jones, dec'd. 
John Bull. 
Enoch Thomas. 
David Williamson. 
John McWilliams. 
John Kelly. 
Hugh Patterson. 
John Walker. 
Thomas Marlin. 
William Thompson. 
Samuel Sowers. 
Samuel Ingram. 
William Wacob. 
Robert McGlaughlin. 
Michael Douley. 
Samuel Harper. 

I do Certify that the 

company. Given under 

1814. 



Privates. 

Andrew Carotliers. 

Alexander Brown. 

Robert Buchanon. 

Joseph Trago. 

John McKinney. 

William Brown. 

Jam.es Graham. 

James Watts. 

James Ramsay. , 

William Kinkaid. 

Joshua Jones. 

John Huston. 

Robert Miller. 

Robert Woodburn. 

Andrew Davidson. 

Benjamin Gamble. 

William Lindsay. 

John Oliver. 

John Boner, Deserted 22d May. 

Jacob Miller, Destd. 13th Apl. 

Wm. Brown, Junr., Destd. 14th 

March. 
Wm. Burk, Dest'd 8th April. 
Wm. Felker, Dest'd 14th March. 
Jno. Garrad, Dest'd 11th Apl. 

above is a correct Muster Roll of my 
my hand this 23d day of August A. D. 

JAMES PIPER, Capt'n, 
JAMES FENTON, Col. 



WAR OF 1S12-1814. 



29 





Capt. 




Jas. Piper. 




Let. 




Jas. Woodburn. 




Ens. 




Andw. Huston. 


Wm. Weakley. 


Joshua Jones. 


Henry James, 


Saml. Harper. 


David Williamson. 


Wm. Jones. 


Jas. V/eakley. 


Saml. McLauglin. 


Danl. Gable. 


Geo. Graham. 


Jas Huston. 


Robt. Woodburn. 


Jas. Smith. 


Alexr. Brown. 


Jas. Graliam. 


James Watts. 


Wm. M. Culloch. 


Wm. McFulker. 


Jas. Turner. 


Jacob Miller. 


Jno. McWilliams. 


William B. Buck. 


Benj. Gamble. 


Andw. Carothers. 


Peter Spangler. 


Wm. Lindsey. 


Jas. Trago. 


Ezra Morrison. 


Jas. Mclntire. 


Jas. Ramsey. 


Jno. Miller, not paid. 


Wm. McCulloch, Junr. 


Robt. Miller. 


Robt. McLaughlin. 


Wm. Kinkead. 


Wm. Thompson. 


Jas. Stitt. 


Saml. Orr. 


Wm. Wachob, 


Hugh Patterson. 


Rob. Bucbanan. 


Saml. Lowers. 


Saml. Ingram. 


John Walker. 


Jno. McKinney. 


Enoch Thomas. 


Valentine Collins. 


John Kelly. 


Jno. Bull. 


Andv/. Davidson. 


Wm. Brown. 


Jno. Boner. 


Wm. Brown, Junr, 


John Tared. 


Michl. Dohelly. 


Thos. McGaw. 


Thos. Marlin. 


John Oliver. 


The above a true 


return. Certified under my hand March 


1st— 1814. 






JAS. PIPER, Capt. 




JAMES FBNTON, 




Colonel Commandt. 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Buffalo, N. Y. August 23d 1814. 
WE WHOSE NAMES ARE HEREUNTO SUBSCRIBED BE- 
LONGING TO CAPTAIN PIPERS COMPANY OF LIGHT 
INFANTRY ACKNOWLEDGE TO HAVE RECEIVED OF 
ROBERT LAMBERTON PAY MASTER OF THE 5TH DE- 
TACHMENT OF MILITIA OF PENNSYLVANIA CALLED 
INTO THE SERVICE OP THE UNITED STATES UNDER 
THE COMMAND OF COL. JAMES FENTON SIX DOLLARS 
PER MAN, IN FULL OF ADDITIONAL PAY OR COMPEN- 
SATION ALLOWED BY AN ACT OF THE LEGISLATURE 
PASSED THE 29TH DAY OF MARCH 1813 AND AGREE- 
ABLY TO AN ACT PASSED THE 22D DAY OF FEBRUARY 
1814. 



1. William L. Weakley. 

2. James Weakley. 

3. James Smith. 

4. Henry James. 

5. William Mculloch Sr. 

6. William Mculloch Ji. 

7. Ezra Moure. 

8. James Still. 

9. Mclntire (his [X] mark 
James. 

10. Valentine (his [X] mark) 
Collins. 

11. Joseph Turner. 

12. Jacob Casnor. 

13. Peter Spangler. 

14. Sm'l M. Laughlin. 

15. John Bull. 

16. John McWilliams. 

17. Enoch Thomas. 

18. Thomas W. Jaw. 

19. Hugh (his [X] mar) Pat- 
terson. 

20. Thomas Marlin. 

21. Samuel Ingrow. 

22. William Waehob. 

23. Robert Lauglin. 

24. Michael Donnely. 

25. Sam'l Harper. 

Y;iti:r?s present at signing. 



26. Joseph Trego. 

27. John W. Kinney. 

28. William Brown. 

29. James Graham. 

30. James Ramsey. 

31. William kinkaid. 

32. Joshua Jones. 

33. John Histon. 

34. Robert Miller. 

35. Robert Woodburn. 

36. Andrew Davidson. 

37. Benjamin Gamble. 

38. Wm. Lindsey. 

39. John (his [X] mark) Oli- 
ver. 

40. David Williamson. 

41. Alexander his C mark 
Brown. 

42. John Heeley. 

43. James Watts. 

44. Andrew Carothers. 

45. Samuel Lourens. 

46. Samuel Ore. 

47. John B. Wakies. 

48. Daniel Kable. 
^9. Robt. Buchanon. 

50. William (his [X] mark) 
Thompson. 

JAMES PIPER, 
Capt. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



31 



A MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. ROBERTS COMPANY OF THE 
FIFTH DETACHMENT PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA NOW 
IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES AT BUF- 
FALO N. Y. 



Captain. 
John Roberts Dec'd. 

Lieut. 

Thos. Reddig 1st. 

John Gileson 2nd. 

Isaac Cox 3rd. 

Serjts. 

lacah Wimer 1st pd. 
Jesse McGakan 2nd pd. 
Thomas Turbett 3rd pd. -' 
Daniel Ritter 4th pd. 

Corporals. 

Hugh Allen 1st pd. 

William Byrns 2nd pd. 

Philip Duch 3rd pd. 

John McGuire, 4th pd. 

Musician. 
John Weaver, pd. 



Privates. 



1. John Burker, pd. 

2. Michael Kettering, pd. 

3. Andrew Wilson, pd. 

4. John Dreige, pd. 

5. Paul Martin, pd. 

6. Isaac Coatsner, pd. 

7. James Wilson, pd. 

8. Joseph Powders, pd. 

9. Samuel Hantz, pd. 

10. Philip Nigh, pd. 

11. William Lusk, pd. 



12. George Atkinson, pd. 

13. John Kennedy, pd. 

14. Edward Marrow, missing. 

15. Cannel Shirky, pd. 

16. Jacob Fishborn, pd. 

17. Thomas Timraons, pd, 

18. Jacob Maury, pd. 

19. James Blair, pd. 

20. James Patterson, pd. 

21. Henry Cole, pd. 

22. Morrison Magee, pd. 



32 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



23. 


John Abbot, pd. 


47. 


Seth Freeman, pd. 


24. 


William Dennis, pd. 


48. 


John Bougher, pd. 


25. 


William Clark, pd. 


49. 


Francis Murphy, pd. ' 


26. 


Joseph McBride, pd. 


50. 


John Bovard, pd. 


27. 


James Morran, pd. 


51. 


George BoAvers, missing. 


28. 


George Wolf, pd. 


52. 


Michael Margan, pd. 


29. 


Samuel Elsroth, pd. 


53. 


Samuel Carson, Dec'd. 


30. 


Thomas Allen, pd. 


54. 


Pattrick Kelly, pd. 


31. 


George Bougher, pd. 


55. 


Peter Coyle, pd. 


32. 


Joseph Humes, pd. 


56. 


Jacob Heyner, pd. 


33. 


James McGrew, pd. 


57. 


William Armor, pd. 


34. 


William Thompson, pd. 


58. 


James McWilliams, pd. 


35. 


John Robinson, pd. 


59. 


John Sancker, pd. 


36. 


David Kinny, pd. 


60. 


Frederick Wissel, pd. 


37. 


John Ayler, pd. 


61. 


John Fryser, pd. 


38. 


Adam Maury, pd. 


62. 


Andrew Alexander, pd. 


39. 


Thomas Hold, pd. 


63. 


William Menshirter, pd. 


40. 


Samuel Early, pd. 


64. 


Samuel Carlisle, pd. 


41. 


Alex'r McCaleb, pd. 


65. 


Alexander Chambers, pd. 


42. 


James Davis, pd. 


66. 


Jacob Kitring, pd. 


43. 


Robert McCandless, pd. 


67. 


John Kinkle, pd. 


44. 


Henry Melhorn, pd. 


68. 


William Whitmer, pd. 


45. 


John C. Krull, pd. 


69. 


Fred'k Miller, pd. 


46. 


John Swartz, pd. 


70. 


Jacob Banker, pd. 



I do hereby Certify that the above & foregoing is a correct 
Muster Roll of the company now under my command. Given 
under my command at Buffalo the 24th Day of August 1814. 

THOMAS REDDIG, Lt., 
JAMES FENTON, Col. 



Buffalo, Augt. 25th, 1814. 

WE WHOSE NAMES ARE HEREUNTO SUBSCRIBED BE- 
LONGING TO CAPTIN ROBERT'S COMPANY OF VOLUN- 
TEERS ACKNOWLEDGE TO HAVE RECEIVED OF ROB- 
ERT LAMBERTON PAYMASTER OF THE oTH DETACH- 
MENT OF MILITIA OF PENNSYLVANIA CALLED INTO 
THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF COL. JAMES FENTON SIX DOLLARS PER 
MAN IN FULL OF ADDITIONAL PAY OR COMPENSATION 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 33 

ALLOWED BY AN ACT OF THE LEGISLATURE PASSED 
THE 29TH DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1814. 



1. Jacob Wimer. 

2. Jesse McGahan. 

3. Thomas Turbett. ' 

4. Daniel Rieder. 

5. Hugh Allen. 

6. William Byrns. 

7. Philip (his X mark) Duche. 

8. John McGuire. 

9. John Weaver. 

10. Michael Kettering. 

11. Andrew Willson. 

12. John Dredge. 

13. Paul Martny. 

14. Isaac Coatsner. 

15. James Wilson. 

1(3. Joseph (his X mark.) Powderb. 
17. Samuel Houts. 
18. 

19. William Lusk. 

20. John (his X mark) Kennedy. 

21. Connel (his X mark) Shirky. 

22. Jacob (his mark) Fishburn. 

23. Thomas Timmins. 

24. Jacob (his X mark) Moury. 

25. James Blair. 

26. James (his X mark) Patterson. 

27. Henry (his X mark) Cole. 

28. John Ableot. 

29. Wm. Dennis. 

30. William Clark. 

31. Jos. McBride. 

32. James Morron. 

33. George (his X mark) Wolf. 

34. Sam'l (his X mark) Elsroth. 

35. Thomas Allen. 

36. George (his X mark) Bougher. 

37. Joseph Hummel. 

38. James McGrem. 

39. Wm. Thompson. 

2— Vol. Vni— 6th Ser. 



34 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

40. David (his X mark) Kinney. 
41. 

42. Adam Moury. 

43. Thomas hott. 

44. Alexander McCalip. 

45. Sam. devis. 

46. Robert Mcandlys. 

47. Johann C. Croll. 

48. John (his X mark) Swavtz. 

49. John Baugher. 

50. Francis Murphy. 

51. John Reward. 

52. Michael (his X mark) Morgan. 

53. Patrick Kelly. 

54. Jacoh Henenr. 

55. William Armor. 

56. James (his X mark) McWilliams. 

57. John Zenker. 

58. Fred'k (his X mark) Kissel. 

59. Andrew (his X mark) Alexander. 

60. Samuel Carlile. 

61. Tho's Chambers. 

62. Jael (his X mark) Kettering. 

63. John Kinkel. 

64. Whitmier. 

65. (his X mark) Newhartee. 

66. Dawson Magee. 

67. Peter (his X mark) Coyle. 

68. Rob't Atkinson. 

69. John (his X mark) Fry. 

70. John Robinson. 

71. Samuel Corly. 

72. Frederick (his X mark) Miller. 

73. John Burcbler. 

74. Seth Freeman, pr. order. 

75. Jacob Banker, pr. order. 



RETURN OF THE MARCHING MEN BELONGING TO CAPT. 
JOHN ROBERTS VOLUNTEER COMPANY. 



1 Capt 
John Roberts. 



WAR OF 1S12-1S14. 



35 



Thomas Allen. 
William Armor. 
Joseph Humes. 
George Humes. 
Michael Kettering. 
Alex'r Chambers. 
Samuel Hantz. 
James Marraw. 
Edward Marraw. 
John Dredge. 
Jacob Fishborn. 
Isaac Coatmer. 
John Martin. 
Philip Duck. 
Jacob Mowrey. 
Adam Mowrey. 
James Wilson. 
John Kinkle. 
John Kennedy. 
Thos. Tarbet.' ' 
Jesse M. Gahan. 
Henry Blake. 
Jacob Weymer. 
Paul Martin. 
John M Guire. 
Philip Nigh. 
Frederick Miller. 



2 Lieuts. 
Matheas Reihart. 

Thos. Reddig. 

1 Ensign. 
Thos. Lusk. 

3 Serjts. 
William Lusk 1st. 

Jacob Kettering 2ud. 
John King 3rd. 

1 Coi'poral. 
Hugh Allen. 

1 Bugler. 

John Weaver. 

Privates. 

George Atkinson. 
Andrew Wilson. 
Michael Wolf. 
William Dennis. 
George Clink. 
Seth Freman. 
Daniel Clark. 
Thos. Hold. 
W'm Mewhirter. 
John Gibson. 
Sam'l Early. 
Thos. Miller. 
Thos. Highlands. 
Joseph McBride. 
Wm. Green. 
W'm Witmyer. 
John Hendricks. 
Wm. Byrns. 
Joseph Powders. 
Thos. Marraw. 
Jacob Cayser. 
John Fry. 
Andrew Wilson. 
John Wilson. 
John Fry, Jur. 
Andrew Manasmith. 
Robert McCandles. 



36 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

James Thompson. Morrison Magee. 

Wm. Hill. David Kiney. 

John Thompson. Samuel Carlisle. 

Samuel Elsarth. Francis Murphy. 

James Porter. Jacob Salhamtner. 

James Blair. John Robison. 

Carlisle 1st March, 1814. 

I certify the above to be a true list of the officers, non com- 
missioned officers privates now willing to march in the above 
mentioned company. 

WM LUSK, Secy. 
JOHN ROBERTS, Capt. 
JAMES FENTON. 

Colonel Commandant. 



Cumberland County ss: 

Before the subscriber one of the Justices of the peace in 
and for the county of Cumberland personally appeared James 
Morrow of Mifflin Township in said County, and being duly 
sworn as law directs deposeth and saith that Andrew Wilson, 
a private belonging to Capt. John Roberts Company, Col. 
Fentons Redg't Penna Malitia, crossed over the Niagara River 
on the fourth day of July A. D. 1814 and there remained until 
the twenty-fifth of said month, on which day he recrossed to 
this side of the River, then afterwards recrossed to Fort Erie, 
and was there Inspected, and remained there doing duty until 
Col. Fentons Redg't recrossed to this side of the River accord- 
ing to orders. And further saith not. 

JAMES MORROW. 

Sworn and Subscribed the first day of November A. D. 1819. 

Before me. 
JOHN WHENY. 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. SAML. WHITES COMPANY OF 
MILITIA BELONGING TO THE 5TH DETACHMENT 
FROM PENNSYLVANIA NOW IN THE SERVICE OF THE 
UNITED STATES AT BUFFALO, N. Y. 



Captain. 
Samuel Whites. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 37 



Lieut. 
John Gardner. Samuel Gilliame. 

Ensign. 
John Graft. 

Sarj't. 

James Moor (dec'd 15 Aug.). 
Arthur Halferty, pd. 
John Kennedy, pd. 
Fredrick Messinger, pd. 

Corporals. 

Michal Murritz, pd. 
Cornelius Whitfore, pd. 
Abraham Strawsbogh, pd. 

Fifer. 

Michal Row, pd. 

Privates. 

1. John Steel, pd. 

2. Thomas Armour, deserted 6th July. 

3. Francis Alexander, pd. 

4. James Beak, deserted 6th July. 

5. John Benner, pd. 

6. William Boyd, pd. 

7. Daniel Benner, pd. 

8. John Boltzley, pd. 

9. Henry Bricker, deserted 6th July. 

10. Peter Barnhart, pd. 

11. John Bear, Deserted 6th July. 

12. Thomas Branded, pd. 

13. John Collins, pd. 

14. Robert Chamber, pd. 

15. William Craig, pd. 

16. William Clark, pd. 

17. Henry Derr, Deserted 6th July. 

18. Leonard Delap, pd. 

19. Peter Decker, Deserted 6th July. 

20. George Dill, pd. 

21. Samuel Davis, pd. 

22. Jacob Essig, Deserted 6th July, 

23. Samuel Gips, Deserted 6th July. 



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24. John Essig, Deserted 6th July. 

25. Robert George, pd. 

26. Bengamin Gardner, pd. 

27. John Gold, Deserted 6th July. 

28. Jacob Greenawalt, pd. 

29. Jacob Gilbert, Deserted 6th July. 

30. George Pitt, pd. 

31. Phillip Gross, pd. 

32. John Gross, pd. 

33. John Hawn, Deserted 6th July. 

34. Samuel Hays, pd. 

35. John Hughes, Missing 6th July. 

36. George Hummel, pd. 

37. William Hays, pd. 

38. Joneas Hover, pd. 

39. George Hull, Deserted 6th July. 

40. Joseph Hutton, pd. 

41. William Hughes, pd. 

42. James Oron, pd. 

43. Peter Knob, pd. 

44. Conrad Knous. 

45. John Kuhn, pd. 

46. Moses Lockert, Deserted 6th July. 

47. James McDonnel, Deserted 6th July. 

48. Michal McFadyan, Deserted 6th July. 

49. Mathew Tagg, Deserted 16th March. 

50. William Kennedy, Deserted 16th March. 

51. John Ross, Deserted 16th March. 

52. John Bush, Deserted 16th March. 

53. Jacob Griner, Deserted 16th March. 

54. Hugh Kennedy, Deserted 16th March. 

55. William Blankley, Deserted 14th March. 

56. Hugh King, Deserted 21st March. 

57. James Middleton, Deserted 21st March. 

58. Joseph Ross, Deserted 16th March. 

59. Abreham Sander, Deserted 14th March. 

60. James Stocks, Deserted 12th March. 

61. John Nicolason, Deserted 20th March. 

62. George Sellars, Deserted 12th March. 

63. Joseph Deerdorf, Deserted 12th March. 

64. Mathias Bowser, Deserted 12th March. 

65. John Myers, Enlisted in U. S. Army 13th Mar. 

66. George Pipers, Elisted in U. S. Army 13th Mar. 

67. George Caldwell, Enlisted in U. S. Army 13th Mar. 

68. Jacob Bowersock, Deserted 27th May. 



' WAR OF 1812-1814. 

69. John Flckel, Deserted 4th June. 

70. Jacob Gesler, Deserted 27th May. 

71. Patrick Logue, Deserted 20th April. 

72. John Myers, Deserted 20th May. 

73. John McCure, Deserted 20th May. 

74. Conrad Par, Deserted 27th May. 

75. Powl Swartz, Deserted 6th June. 

76. Daniel Shilt, Deserted 27th May. 

77. Henry Shilt, Deserted 27th May. 

78. Jacob Selb, Deserted 27th May. 

79. Anthony Swartz, Deserted 9th June. 

80. John Miller, Deserted 6th July. 

81. John McAffee, Deserted 6th July. 

82. John Miller, Deserted 6th July, 1814. 

83. George Meyers, pd. 

84. Abrehara Miller, Deserted 28th July. 

85. John Miner, pd. 

86. Jacob Murry, pd. 

87. John McKinny, Deserted 6th July. 

88. Jacob Miller, Deserted 6th July. 
" 89. James McFerson, pd. 

90. Ritcherd Procter, pd. 

91. William Plowman, pd. 

92. Michal Riperton, pd. 

93. John Routsong, pd. 

94. David Rigor, pd. 

95. George Snyder, pd. 

96. Daniel Stawlsmith, Deserted 6th July. 

97. William Stump, pd. 

98. George Sherif, pd. 

99. Jacob Swoveland, Deserted 6th July. 

100. George Strawsbogh. 

101. Jacob Sanders, paid. 

102. Jacob Shiltz, Deserted 6th July. 

103. John Sickfritz, pd. 

104. John Shafer, pd. 

105. John Stickel, pd. 

106. David Speer, Deserted 14th July. 

107. John Taylor, Deserted 6th July. 

108. Calip White, pd. 

109. John West. Deserted 6th July. 

110. John Whitfore, pd. 

111. William West, pd. 

112. Robert Wiley, pd. 



40 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

113. William Walker, pd. 

114. Christopher Wilson, pd. 

115. David Sigler, pd. 

116. William McGrew, pd. 

117. John McGrew, pd. 

118. John Stickel, Jun, Deserted 6th July. 

I do Certify that the above and foregoing is a correct muster 
Roll of Captain Whites Company of Militia given under my 
command this 27th day of August A. D. 1814. 

JOHN GARDNER, Lieut Commandent. 
JAMES FBNTON, Col. 



Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 27th, 1814. 

We whose names are hereunto Subscribed belonging to Capt. 
White's Company of Militia acknowledge to have received of 
Robert Lamberton Pay Master of the 5th Detachment of Militia 
of Pennsylvania called into the service of the United States 
under the Com.mand of Coll. James Fenton, six dollars per 
man in full of additional pay or Compensation allowed by an 
Act of the Legislature pased the 29th day of March 1813 and 
agreeably to an Act passed the 22nd day of February 1814. 



Captain White. 
Arthur Halperty. 
Frederick Messing. 
Michael (his X mar) Murrits. 
Cornelius Whitford. 
Abraham Strauobaugh. 
Michael Row. 
Francis Alexander. 
John Benner. 
William Boyd. 
Daniel Bonner. 
John Baltzley. 

Peter (his X mark) Barnhart. 
Thomas Brandon. 
John (his X mark) Collins. 
Robert Chombeys. 
W'm Craig. 

William (his X mark) Clark. 
Lonard Deleip. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 41 



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Samuel Davis. 

Robert (his X mark) George. 

Benjamin (his X mark) Gardner. 

Jacob (his X mark) Greenawalt. 

Gerge Gitt. 

Philip (his X mark) Gross. 

Samuel Hayes. 

William Higes. 

George (his X mark) Hummel. 

William (his X mark) Hays. 

Jonas Hoober. 

Joseph Hooton. 

Owen (his X mark) James. 

Peeter Knop. 

Cunrad 

John Miner. 

Jacob Murrey. 

James (his X mark) McPheJson. 

Richard (his X mark) Proctor. 

William Slowman. 

Michael Ripperton. 

John (his X mark) Routrong. 

David (his X mark) Risor. 

George (his X mark) Snyder. 

W'm Stump. 

Jacob Sanders. 

George Schrof. 

George Strosbaugh. 

John Teigfrit. 

John (his X mark) Shafer. 

John (his X mark) Stickel. 

Caleb White. 

John Whitford. 

William (his X mark) Wert. 

Robert (his X mark) Miler. 

William Walker, Jur. 

Christopher (his X mark) Wilson. 

David Ziegler. 

John Steel. 

John Kennedy. 

George Moyer. 

John McGrew. 

W'm McGrew, pr order. 



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RECEIPT ROLL WE THE SUBSCRIBERS OF CAPT. SAM'L 
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Pittsburgh, November 8, 1813. 

In Pursuance of a General Order dated "October 17, 1813," 
Daniel Weaver in the Second Company of the Regiment of 
Pennsylvania Militia commanded by Colonel Rees Hill, is here- 
by honourably discharged; he having served the full term for 
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Barulc Murphy, 6 00 

Henry Baugher, 9 00 

I do Certify that Mr. John Patrick is the lawful Representa- 
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Witness aure hand. 

JOHN McCLEAN. 

SAM'L SMITH. 



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Sam'l Hollingshead, 6 00 

John Brotherline, 6 00 

John M. Naraarra, 6 00 

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George Grady, 6 33 

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MUSTER ROLL. OP CAPT. GEORGE RECORDS COMPANY 
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REGIMENT COMMANDED BY COL. REES HILL FROM 
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DAY OF NOVEMBER 1813. 



John Wilson. 
John Shannon. 



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John Hunter. 
Henry McEwen. 

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Robert Tate. 



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George Freeby. 



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George Murry. 


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Soloman Bartwell. 


Wim. Murry. 


William P. Bready. 


Brittain Pierce. 


George Righby. 



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Alexander McClosky. 
William Blear. 
Joseph Aumerman. 
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James Mitchel. 
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Thomas Stephenson. 
John Cook. 
Samuel Gardener. 
George Brieri. 
John Fleming. 
Joseph Smith. 
John McNitt. 
James Ross. 
James Hagerty. 
Samuel Cochran. 
John McCoy. 
John Acrewain. 
James Glass. 
David Long. 
Phillip Smith. 
Jacob Woolf. 
Hugh Stewart, Deserted. 
Martain Cronemiller. 
John Underwood. 
Henry Moyer. 
Andrew Hannah. 
Henry Hearper. 
John Kemmerer. 



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Charles Shook. 

William Mays, Deserted. 

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William Tayler. 

David Shearp. 

Jacob Brorios. 

George Bright. 

William Licons. 

John Landas. 

John Silhamer. 

William Newel. 

Enoch Williams. 

Samuel McKinny. 

James M'Nall. 

William Hoover. 

Samuel McKey. 

Hugh McClellan. 

Joseph Emerick. 

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John Shirk. 

John Lucas. 

Elwar Meaner. 

Noble Lucas. 

Alexander McKelifer. 

Jacob Berger. 

William Moore. 

Samuel Alison. 

Alexander Boyd. 

Achibeld Stewart. 

John Moore. 

Jacob Senser. 



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MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF ARTILLERY UNDER 
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STATES FROM THE FIFTH OF MAY UNTIL THE 5TH 
OF NOVEMBER 1813 UNDER THE COMMAND OF COL. 
REES HILL, ERIE NOVEM. 5TH 1813. 



Captain. 
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1st. Lieut. 
Phineas Underwood. 

2d Lieut. 

Ziba Hoyt. 

3d Lieut. 

Andrew Sheets. 

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Edward Gilchrist. 

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Henry Jones. 

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Fifer. 
Araba Amsden. 

Privates. 
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Daniels, John. 
Baruum, W. James, Harry Newton Substitute for J. W. 

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Pace, William, Enlisted for 4 months on board the fleet. 
Wilkinson, Ebenezer. 
Bodfish, James, Enlisted Aug. 8, 1813, aboard the fleet for 3 

mos. 
BoAvman, Godfrey, Enlisted July 26th, for 4 months 1813. 
Hall, Benjamin, Discharged by sentence of Court Martial June 

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Parker, Solomon. 
Hall, Bzekiel. 
■Moore, Sylvanus. 
Gallup, Hallet. 

Chamberlain, John, Deserted Aug. 29, 1813. 
Steckman, John, Discharged Oct. 14, 1813. 
Hollister, Isaac, Discharged May 18th by furnishing Lyman 

Griswold as substitute. Lyman Griswold enlisted aboard 

the fleet July 25th for 4 mos. 
Walleck, Philip. 
Fight, John. 
Casteer, Thomas. 
McAfee, Samuel. 

Wolford, Jacob, Discharged Oct. 14, 1813. 
Moyer, John, Discharged Oct. 14, 1813. 
Rice, George, John Alford substitute for Geo. Rice June 16th. 

John Alford Enlisted for one year. 



122 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Sliger, George. 

Flegle, Jacob, Discharged Oct. 14, 1813. 

Bridechall, Henry, Oliver Wilder Substitute for Henry Briden- 

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Jones, Henry 2d, Discharged Oct. 14. 
Booth, Robert, Discharged by Sentence of Court Martial June 

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Stillwell, James, Harvey Newton Substitute for James Stillwell. 
Beavers, Andrew, Discharged Oct. 14, 1813. 
Graham, John,^ Deserted Aug. 29, 1813. 
French, Arthur. 
Hamler, Nicholas. 

Pittman, William, Discharged Oct. 14, 1813. 
Frederical, William Jr., Discharged Oct. 14, 1813. 
Frederical, William. 
Whimset, Z. John. 

Easter, George, Discharged Oct. 14, 1813. 
Kizer, John. 
Shreaves, Edward. 

Fenstermaker, Jacob, Discharged Oct. 14. 
Weyer, Jacob. 

Donalston, Levi, Discharged Oct. 14. 
Craig, Benjamin, Discharged Oct. 14. 
Brown, John. 
Richey, John. 

Giles, Martin, Discharged Oct. 14, 1813. 
Becker, Henry. 
Montgomery, Simpson, Discharged by Sentence of Court 

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Osbourn, Joseph. 
Miller, John. 
Fleck, Joseph. 
Rion, Andrew. 
Williams, Isaac. 
Cochran, Landon, Enlisted on board the fleet July 25 for 4 

months. 
Marsh, James, Discharged by Sentence of Court Martial June 

14, 1813. 
Pratt, Abraham. 

McGinnis, William, Enlisted June 9, 1813, for 5 years. 
Guyer, Frederick. 
Walker, Andrew. 



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Gray, James. 

Riddge, John. 

Harbert, Samuel. 

Shank, Jacob. 

Miller, Jacob. 

Hains, William, Discharged Oct. 14, 1813. 

Rufcorn, Lewis, Samuel Graham Substitute for Lewis Rufcorn. 

Martin, John. ^ 

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Richards, John. 

Sharp, Joseph, Discharged May 13, 1813. 

Pierce, John, Christopher Miner Substitute for John Pierce. 

Bird, James, Discharged by enlisting June 9, on board the fleet 

for 5 years, now at Erie wounded. 
Cranmer, Morris. 
Freeman, Festus. 

Devans, James, Discharged June 14. 
Evans, Stephen. 

John Pierce, Jr., Discharged June 12, 1813. 
Samuel Graham. 

I do certify on honor that the above roll is Just and true 
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SAMUEL THOMAS, Capt, 
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I do Certify on honoui- that James Maloby, Samuel Herbert, 
Andrew Byers, Daniel Thompson, Joseph Barten, William 
Boyd, Elijah Correll, James Gray, Jacob Miller, John Martain 
and James Patrick, did each of them belong to Col. Rees Hills 
Rgt. and they did Volunteer and Cross into upper Camady in 
the fall of the year of 1813 and there remain until they were 
ordered to cross into the United States and that they are now 
ordered to cross to Cannady again, and that the above named 
at all times obeyed the orders of those commanding officers. I 
also do Certify that James Patrick died near Cleveland, State 
of Ohio, and that I saw him die and I further Certify that the 
Guardine of his children gave me a full Power of attorney to 
have all that was by law coming to the heirs of the aforesaid 
James Patrick, and that the power and certificate of guardian- 
ship is filed in the 3rd Auditors' Office at the City of Wash- 
ington, and that I drew the pension for the children, but none 
of the County or Extra pay from the State of Pa. 

Given under my hand at Harrisburg this 19th Day of January, 
1819. 

SAMUEL SMITH, 
late Adjutant of Col. Rees Hills, Esqr. 

I do Certify that Samuel Smith of Fayette County was 
adjutant to my Compy. in the fall of 1813 and he crossed into 
Upper Cannady. Given under my hand this 12th day of 
January, 1819. 

REES HILL. 

THE State of Penna. to 
James Malaby, Bounty $10, Capt. Isaac Limes Co. 
Samuel Harbest, Bounty $10, Capt. Saml. Thomas. 
Andrew Byers, Bounty $10, Capt. John Mileon. 
Daniel Thompson, Bounty $10, Capt. Saml. Colston. 
Joseph Bartain, Bounty $10, Capt. John McLeans Co. 
William Boyd, Bounty $10, Capt. John McLeans Co. 
Alejah Correll, Bounty $10, Capt, Isaac Linn. 
James Gray, Bounty $10, Capt. Saml. Thomas. 
Jacob Miller, Bounty $10, Capt. Saml. Thomas. 
John Martain, Bounty $10, Capt. Saml. Thomas. 
James Patrick Bounty $10, Capt. John Miburn. 
To his Extra pay, $12. 

I Certify that the officers names set apret the claiments are 
the officers to whom they belonged. 

SAMUEL SMITH, 
late Adjutant of Col. Rees Hill, Esqr. 



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January 13th, 1819, Warrant drawn on favor of the above 
named Daniel Thompson, William Boyd and James Gray, on 
the Treasury, for ten dollars each. 

I certify that James Gray, William Boyd and Daniel Thomp- 
son Crossed into upper Cannady in the fall of 1813, and thare 
Examined until ordered to Recross. Given under my hand this 
13 day of January. 1819. 

REES HILL. 



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PAY ROLL OF CAPTAIN BENJAMIN ANDERSON'S COM- 
PANY OF DRAFTERS MILITIA ATTACHED TO THE 
FIRST REGIMENT COMMANDED BY COL. JOEL FERBE 
IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES FROM THE 
STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA, BRIGADIER GENERAL 
RICHARD CROOKS COMMANDER, COMMENCING THE 
2D OCT., 1812 AND ENDING THE 2ND APRIL 1813. 

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John Rankin, ., 
John Anderson, 
Ephram Post, ., 



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Christopher Stoolfire, 
Sylvester Fowler, . . , 
James Thompson 



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James Anderson, .. 

Philip Bedilon 

Jacob Cook 

Wm. Crage 

Saml. Cummins, .. 

Alex. Dimlap, , 

Danl. Drake 

Abram Dolon 

Jacob Elliot 

John Founer, 

John Orilfey, 

Wm. Harris 

John Hawthorn, . . 
Andrew Hallaway, 



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ROLL OF CAPTAIN BENJAMIN ANDERSON'S COM- 
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James Harvey 

Joshua Hasley 

Benjn. Huffman, .. 
James Hoffman, ... 

Wm. Hose 

George Jamison, ... 

Alex. Jenkins 

Wm. Kelley, 

George Kuntz 

John Luanghlin, ... 

Wm. Linn 

Moses Linn 

Eli Lord 

John McNillen 

Henry Miller 

Hugh Mummel 

John McCarty 

Hance McMecken, . 

Jessey Morris 

Jacob McVay 

Henry Moser 

Alex. McConnel, ... 

James officer 

George Ostler 

Lenard Penser 

And'w Rogers 

Joseph Ritner 

John Rolston 

George Ramsey, ... 

Kennet Ross 

John Shearer 

Wm. Simpson 

David Simpson 

Robert 

Robert S«vens 

Thomas Uric 

John White, Sen'r, 
John White, Jun'r, 

Edward Wire 

Ackable Waters, ... 

James Walker, 

Robert Rolston 



Time of 
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Deserted Jan. 12th, isn. 
Volunteered 15 Days. 



Discharged Jan. 26, 1S13. 
Volunteered 15 days. 



Discharged Feb'y ft, 1S13. 
Volunteered 15 Days. 



Volunteered 15 Days! 
Volunteered 15 Days. 
Volunteered 15 Days. 

Discharged 26 Nov., 1S12 



Died 7th Feb'y, 1S13. 
Discharged Nov. 4, 1S13. 
Discharged Oct. 19, 1813. 

Diserted 18 Nov., n^2. 



R. Ralston signed next John Ralston on Receipt Roll. 

I do Certify upon Honour that this Pay Roll Exhibits 



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true statement of my Compauy of the 1st Regiment of Penna. 
Militia for the period therein mentioned and that the remarks 
set opposite the names of the men are accurate and just. 

BENJN. ANDERSON. 



ROLL OF CAPTAIN JOHN BARRICKMAN'S COMPANY. 



Pay-roll of a company of infantry under the command of 
Capt. John Barrickman, of the First regiment, second brigade 
of Pennsylvania militia commanded by Brig. Gen. Richard 
Crooks, in the service of the United States, on the 29th day of 
March 1813, in the northwestern army under Gen. William H. 
Harrison. 

Sergeants. 



Keen, Greenbury. 
Chapman, Samuel. 



Middleton, William H. B. 
Shannon, Samuel. 



Calhoon, Alexander C. 
Reed, Thomas. 



Corporal. 



Armstrong, John. 
Hunter, Samuel. 



Privates. 



Carrel, James B. 
Burns, John. 
Baily, James. 
Carnahan, George. 
Crozier, William. 
Downing, John. 
Furgeson, John. 
Gamble, William. 
Heiny, Charles. 
Gilbreath, Hugh. 
James, Joseph. 
Jones, Elisha. 
McCrum, John. 
McFarland, John. 
Peters, John B. 
McClelland, John. 
McSpenen, James. 



Miller, Horace. 
McDonald, John. 
McCoy, Alexander. 
McCorland, James. 
McCullough, Samuel. 
McMillin, John. 
Robison, James. 
Keed, James. 
Rereigh, George. 
Shell, Flora. 
Thompson, James. 
Wilson, Joseph. 
Peck, Edward C. 
Allen, Aaron. 
Dunlap, James. 
Drinnen, William. 
Hammett, Hanse. 



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Hammett, Jacob. 
Harrison, John L. 
Kennedy, David. 
Kennedy, James. 
McAfee, William. 
McKinsey, Alexander. 
McMun, David. 



Such, James. 
Whigham, John. 
Ebbert, Frederick. 
Franklin, Thomas. 
Niman, James. 
Wilson, James. 
Irvin, William. 



We certify, on honor, that this pay-roll exhibits a true state- 
ment of Capt. John Banickman's company of Pennsylvania 
militia for the period therein mentioned. 
September 14, 1813. 

J. BARRICKMAN, Capt. 
JOSUA LOGAN, Lieutenant. 
(Above copy from Vol. XII, Pa. Archives 2nd Series.) 



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Receipt Roll of a Company of Militia Commanded by Captain 
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General W. H. Harrison in the v/inter of 1812-13. We the 
Signers Members of Cap't James Bowners Company do 
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the sums annnexed to cur Respective names, the full amount 
of extra pay due from the State of Penna. also the pay for 
volunteering and serving fifteen days after the expiration of 
the six months term. 




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Jesse Sims 

John Camp 

John Brown, 

James Frew, 

William Hare 

Robert Melis 

John Littlefield, .. 
Samuel Simmons, , 
Thomas Gilson, ... 

Jacob Sutley 

Samuel Ridgway, , 
Alexander McCord, 

John Ingram 

William Hanna, .. 
William Duffield, .. 

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William Herr 

Samuel Herr 

John Beatey, 

Thomas Russel, .. 
Mathew McClure, . 

John Elder, 

James Wasson 

William Hasson, ., 
Joseph Hunger, ... 
Arthur Robison, ... 
David Dempsey, ... 
James Portman, . . 

John Russel 

William Stewart, ., 
Jonathan Whitman 
Elisha McFaddin, . 

John Sadoris 

William McCombs, 

John Hasson 

John Martin 

Jacob Reninger, . . . 

.Tames Green 

Joseph Godwin, 

Nathan Harris 



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Francus Carter, . 

Jared Lee 

Henry Boman, .. 
Samuel Cooper, .. 

Hugh Porter, 

James B. Scadden 
James Bonner, ... 

John Forster, 

Samuel Wilson, . 
John Frantom, ... 

Henry Sutley 

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RECBIT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF PENNSYLVANIA MI- 
LITIA UNDER THE COMAND OF CAPTAIN MATHEW 
DAWSON OF THE FIFTH BATTALION COMMANDED BY 
MAJOR DAVID NELSON IN THE SERVICE OF THE 
UNITED STATES IN THE NORTH WESTERN ARMY 
UNDER THE COMAND OF GENL. RICHARD CROOKS 
FROM OCTOBER THE 2ND 1812 UNTIL APRIL 2ND 1813 
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We the under Named Subscribers do aclvnowledge having 
Received the sums anexed to our names as the extra pay 
alowcd U.S by the State of Pennsylvania. 

Lieut. 
Tliomas Donaldson. 

Ensign. 
Asa Roberts. 



1st. Joseph Scott. 
2d. Mathew McCombs. 



Sergts. 



3rd. John Long. 
4th. David Campbell. 



1st. William Robinson. 
2d. James Robinson. 



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3rd. Vachel Sutherland. 
4th. Benjamin Futhey. 



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James Biggar. 
Daniel Bayles. 
William Beatty. 
John Coffman. 
William Conrad. 
Henery Conrad. 
Robert Carlile. 



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Robert Cunningham. 
William Dunlap. 
James Edjar. 
Richard French. 
Thomas Huston. 
Nathaniel Jones. 
Samuel Johnson. 



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Joseph Johnston. 
John Johnson, 
Rohert Karr. 
Mathias Miers. 
John Mitchell. 
Daniel Fillers. 
Robert Peoples. 
William Price. 
Allen Hughston. 
John Haily. 
John Mclntire. 
William McGurk. 
William McCoy. 
Ruben Peeters. 
John Robinson. 
Robert Russel. 
Jonathan Rowland. 
Samuel Speens. 
Nicholas Schonover. 
Thomas Spacht. 
Peter Vamordstrand. 
David White. 



Benjamin Watson. 
Simon Kelly. 
Robert Tenan. 
John McClurg. 
Pierce Vernon. 
William Ruble. 
Daniel Clemans. 
Thomas Heney. 
Thomas Flix. 
James Leech. 
Samuel Leech. 
Jeremiah Linvill. 
James Duff. 
Greenberry Sanders. 
Samuel Tuttle. 
Obed Underwood. 
Peter Yoke. 
John McGee. 
Jacob Wonsette. 
Andrew Nahgle. 
John Deemes. 
William Grims. 



We Certify on honor that this Pay Roll Exhibits a true 
Statement of Lieut Thomas Donaldson's Company of the first 
Regt. of the 2nd Brigade Penna. Millitia for the Period therein 
mentioned and that the Remarks Set opisate the men's names 
are accurate and Just. 

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SON. 

Date of Apointment 2nd October 1812. 

To what time engaged 2nd April 1813. 



Names. 


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We Certify on Honor that this muster rool exhibits a true 
State of Lieut. Thos. Warren's Company of the 1st Regiment 
of the 2nd Brigade of Pn.' Militia,, for the perio3 therein men- 
tion and that the remarks set opposite the names of the men 
are accurate and just. 

THOS. WARREN, Lieut. 
GEORGE GREER, Cornit 



VV'AII OF 1812-1814. 



249 



RECEIPT ROOL OF LIEUT. THOS. WARREN'S COMPANY 
OF LIGHT DRAGOONS OF FIRST REGEMBNT 2ND 

BRIGADE PA. MILITIA COMMANDED BY B. G. RICH- 
ARD CROOKS IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED 

STATES ON THE 29TH OF MARCH 1813 IN THE NORTH- 
WESTERN ARMY UNDER G. WM. H. HARRISON. 

Pay for all from Sergeant down 20 dollars. 

Lieut. 
Thomas Warren 

Cornet. 
George Grier 

Sergt. 

Samuel Fleming 

George Job 

Corpl. 

Fauntley Muse 

John Wilson 



John Finney 
Joseph Wodel 
John Dougles 
James McAfee 
William Douglas 
William Perry 
Robert Henderson 
James Forsythe 
Jesse Sill 
John Forsythe 
Elisha Peairs 



Private 

James Green 
Joseph Johnston 
James Greer 
Philip Howel 
S3.muel Murphy 
John Wycoff 
John Wilson 
Joseph Idwin 
John Dickson 
Wilson Handgrove 
Samuel Wilson 



Vv^e Certify on Honor that this muster role exhibits a true 
state of Lieut. Thomas Wharres Company of the 1st Rage- 
ment of the 2nd Bregade of Pa. Melitia for the period therein 
mentioned and that the remarks set opposite the names of the 
men are true and just. 

THOS. WARREN, Lieut. 
GEORGE GREER, Cornet. 



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Washington County Febr. 9th, 1814. 



Honoured Sir: 



I have Diycovered a Very Great Mistake Respecting Mr. 
Beall's Commasary Business under me at the time of the 
Militia Marching from Pitt in Octob'r 1812, truly I signed the 
abstract but only gave them a slight Examination seeing the 
No. of Officery in the abstract to be Correct and in the heavy 
of Business of Preparing to make a move oversilghted the 
No. of Privates which ought to have been 238 in place of 
138 Excluding him from obtaining pay for the Rations of 
100 Men for 10 Days the Reason why the thing has Lain over 
so long was when I returned from the army Mr. Beall was 
gone from home and Mr. Vandegroff who had the Business 
to settle had not the Counter abstract or Could it be found 
Mr. Beall's papers Mr. Vandegraff told me there was an Error 
Existing he was sure his Discovery as he said was from the 
scraps of provision return'd he found among Beall's papers 
and the two Ferriage Receipts signed Jones & Bathreck of 
the Troops Crossing the Rivers Monougahela & Alagena and 
after a full Examination to the business I am fully satisfyed 
of the mistake but as to the Charge being too high Respect- 
ing the forage for the troopery the No. is Right but Respecting 
the price of forage I agreed with Mr. Beall for the United 
States price for both forage and Rations I know that oats 
was from 50 to 62% Gents p. Bushel and hay 1.00 pr. hundred 
w't at Pittsburg and Mr. Beall furnished plentifully for man 
and beast During the time I was unacquainted with what 
quantity of Grain was allowed to each horse & Day or the 
allowance of hay Mr. Beall told me that Capt. Sealy (who 
was the Capt of the troop) Demanded of him 3 pecks of 
Oats & 12 bb of hay for each horse p. day and at that time 
I thought Proper to allow^ it Mr. Beall has Returned home 
and has made out a true and just abstract the same I have 
particularly examined, if the former has not been sent on 
to the Ac't General's office in my humble opinion it would be 
just and Right to adjust the Mistake As I Certainly know the 
mistake to have taken Place with Sentiment of Respect and 
Esteem I am yours most Cerly to 

the Aut'n General's office 
State of Penna 

RICH'D CROOKS. 



(262) 



DIARY OF COL. JOEL FERREE'S REGIMENT. 



(863) 



(264) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 
COLONEL JOEL FERREE'S REGIMENT. 



Through the curtesy of Mr. J. Sutton Wall Chief Draughts- 
man of the Department of Internal Affairs the Editor obtained 
the following account of Col. Ferree's Regiment, as well as 
the diary of Quarter-Master Garret Wall. 

"The record presented below is obtained from the following 
sources: (1) A diary Kept by my grand-father, Garret Wall, 
who was Quarter-Master of the regiment in which Capt. 
Ferree's Company served. (2) The day-book in which Capt. 
Wall kept his accounts of provisions, clothing, etc. issued to 
the regiment. (3) The muster-out rolls of the regiment 
now on file in the oftice of the third auditor of the Treasury. 

Capt. Ferree's company formed a part of what is called 
in the records the "First regiment Second detachment of 
Pennsylvania militia in the service of the United States, 
commanded by Brig. Gen. Richard Crooks." The regiment 
was mustered into service at Pittsburg for the term of six 
months from October 2, 1812, and was mustered out April 2, 
1813, at Fort Meigs, Ohio. It was paid to include April 15, 
1813, the men having been allowed thirteen days in which to 
return to their homes. As the history of the company may 
best be given in connection with a history of the regiment 
and its operations, that method will be adopted. By that 
method, also, full justice may be done to other companies 
no less deserving of historical recognition. 

The regimental officers were as follows: 
Joel Ferree, Lieut. Colonel commanding. 
Thomas Ringland, First Major. 

Robert Orr, Second Major. ' 

James Roberts, Surgeon. 
Garret Wall, Quarter Master. 
Geo. C. Vollandigham, Adjutant. 
Thomas Duncan, Pay-master. 
George Huey, Surgeon's Mate. 
Jacob Cook, Sergeant Major. 
Ellas Smurr, Qr. M. Sergeant. 
Joseph Hicks, Drum Major. 
James Duff, Fife Major. 

The regiment consisted of eight companies of infantry, as 
follows: 

First Company. 

Captain. 

John Brown. 



266 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Lieut. 
John Hommers. 
Sixty three men, mainly from Greene County. 

Second Company. 

Captain. 
Jeremiah Ferree. 

Lieut. 
Alexander Calhoun. 

Ensign. 
^ Joseph Wilson. 

Sixty men from Pittsburgh. 

Third Company. 

Captain. 
John Barrickman. 

Lieut. 
Joshua Logan. 

Ensign. 
John McClelland. 
Sixty-five men from Allegheny County. 

Fourth Company. , 

Captain. 
Benjamin Anderson. 

Lieut. 
James White. 

Ensign. 
William Lindsey. 
Sixty-five men from Washington County. 
Fifth Company. 

Captain. 
John Wallace. 

Lieut. 
John McCormick. 

Ensign. 

James Stewart. 

Eighty one men from Armstrong and Indiana Counties. 

Sixth Company. 

Captain. 
William Harper. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 267 

Lieut. 

Elias Flanigan. 

Ensign. 
Robert McMinn. 
Sixty-two men from Greene County. 

Seventh Company. 

Captain. 

William Johnston. 

Lieut. 

James McCune. 

Ensign. 

John Gaunce. 

Fifty-five men from Washington County. 

Eighth Company. 

Captain. 

Jonathan Grable. 

Lieut. 

Thomas Donaldson. 

Ensign. 

Asa Roberts. 

, Sixty men from Washington County. 

Up to November 25th 1812, two troops of cavalry were 
temporarily attached to the regiment — one of forty-three men 
under Captain Thomas S. Seely, the other of thiry-one men, 
under Lieut. Thomas Warren. The regiment rendezvoused at 
Dunlap's Plains near Pittsburgh, until Oct 19, 1812, when it 
broke camp and its movements are those noted in the 

DIARY OF GARRET WALL. 
Oct. 19. Marched 9 miles to Akin's. 
Oct. 20. March 14 miles to Sholer's. 
Oct. 21. Marched 18 miles to Beaver's Mills. 
Oct. 22. Marched 10 miles to Bough's. 
Oct. 23. Marched 7 miles to New Lisbon. 
Oct. 24. At New^ Lisbon. 
Oct. 25. Marched 9 miles to Crook's Hill. 
Oct. 26. Marched 13 miles -to Sandv Creek. 
Oct. 27. Marched 13 miles to Niiniskillen or Canton. 
Oct. 28, 29 and 30, at Canton. 
Oct. 31. Marched 11 miles to Camp ^^uscarawas. 
Nov. 1. Marched 12 miles to Camp Orr. 
Nov. 2. Marched 11 miles to Scott rr Wooster. 
Nov. 3. W. and 5, at Wooster. 
Nov. 6. Marched 4 miles to Camp KiUbuck. 



268 PENKSYL.VANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Nov. 7. Marched 9 miles to Mohican, Muddy Fork. 

Nov. 8. Marched 4 miles to Lake Fork. 

Nov. 9. Marched 10 miles to Black ForK. 

Nov. 10. At Black Fork or Greentown. 

Nov. 11. Marched 6 miles to Camp Ferree. 

Nov. 12. Marched 7 miles to Mansfield. 

From Pittsburgh to Mansfield 167 miles. 
Nov. 13. to Dec. 10, at Mansfield. 

Dec. 11. Col. Ferree marches for Upper Sandusky. 

Capt. Johnson, two subalterns, the quarter-master and forty 
men remained as a guard to fetch on the military stores. 
Capt. Johnson leaves Mansfield on the 16th the quartermaster 
on the 17th. The quartermaster reaches Upper Sandusky on 
the 19th. From Mansfield to Upper Sandusky 40 miles. 

The regiment remained at Upper Sandusky until January 
24th, 1813, when its movements are noted in the dairy as 
follows: 

Jan. 24, 1813. The Virginia Brigade, with Col. Ferree's regi- 
ment, set out for the Rapids of the Miami of the Lake En- 
camped on the 25th at the Tiamaughta (Tymochtee). On 
the 28th they proceed and cross the Tiamaughta on the ice, 
leaving their baggage, as the ice will not carry horses. Jan. 
30, the Brigade arrives at the river Portage, where they meet 
Gen. Harrison, with Gen. Perkins' Brigade, and proceed to 
the rapids of the Miami of the Lake on 1st. of February. Gen. 
Harrison with the above Brigades arrives at the foot of the 
Rapids on the 2d. of February. From the Rapids to Upper 
Sandusky 60 miles. 

Under the head, "Occurrences," the diary continues as fol- 
lows: 

"General Winchester defeats the Indians and their allies 
on the 18th January 1813. The Indians reinforce from Maiden 
and attack Gen. Winchester on the 22d, find his camp in 
disorder, defeat and rout him in all quarters. Out of 1,052 
men only 27 return. 

Gen. Harrison dispatches a fiag to Maiden on the 31st. 
January, under the direction of Dr. McGibben, with two pri- 
vates one of whom, Mr. Connant, was found killed and scalded 
at the Rapids on the 3d. February. Feb. 22. Col. Ferree 
very sick with Jaundice. Feb. 24. We still continue at the 
Rapids. 

A secret expedition of about 150 men set out at 10 o'clock. 
Commanded by Capt. Langam. 

March 5. Gen. Harrison and suite set out in order to visit 
his family, who are residing at Cincinnati, Ohio. The secret 



WAR OF 1S12-1814. 269 

expedition returns after going about 20 miles on the lalie 
where they find that the channel of the lake has not been 
frozen over. 

March 9. Two regulars were fired at by the Indians near 
the old British fort. 

March 10. Lieut. Walker, from Beaver County, was found 
killed and scalped by the Indiana, on the north side of the 
Miami river about three miles below Fort Meigs. The next 
entry in the diary noted the departure of the regiment "for 
home" on the 2d. April, 1813. Its commander, Lieut. Colonel 
Joel Ferree, died April 9, 1813, at Zanesville, Ohio, while en 
route to his home. Though this officer's illness began in the 
month of February, and was at times severe, he nevertheless 
remained at his post of duty until discharged from service 
with his regiment. The regiment went into service in October, 
1812, with 35 officers and 511 enlisted men. When discharged 
at Fort Meigs April 2d. 1813, there were present for duty, as 
shown by the issue of rations for that date 30 oflScers and 
352 men. The apparently heavy loss largely represents ab- 
sence from the command on account of sickness and with 
leave, only a small number being reported as absent "without 
leave". The number of deaths, if any, is not reported in 
any records now at hand. 

The provision account contains the following note: A sol- 
dier's ration consists of eighteen ounces of flour, twenty 
ounces of beef or pork (three quarters of a pound if salted)) 
and one gill of whisky per day; and at the rate of one pound 
and a half of candles, four pounds of soap, a half gallon of 
salt and a half gallon of vinegar, per hundred rations." A 
note under date of February 24th, 1813, says: Flour, meat, 
and salt, have been constantly drawn by the regiment since 
the 12th of December, 1812. Previous to that time a field 
ration of flour was not issued." 

The returns show that whiskey was issued only from Febru- 
ary 24th to March 25th, a period when the weather was 
doubtless most inclement and severe on the troops. At Upper 
Sandusky the regiment assisted in the construction of a 
fortification which was named Fort Ferree, in honor of its 
commander. At Miami Rapids, in addition to other military 
duty, it assisted in the construction and eqipment of Fort 
Meigs. 

A soldier's life in those days was one of hard labor and 
much suffering. The historia^' fpsncer, writing of this period, 
says: "The Pennsylvania troops suffered very great hard- 
ships during the winter in dragging the artillery and stores 



270 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

from Sandusky to the Rapids." (Vide Boolt V Chapter 9, His- 
tory of U. S.) 

Note. The first page of the diary bears the following 
inscription: "Notes of each day's march and station of the 
Second detachment Pennsylvania militia, in the service of the 
United States, Commencing October 2, 1812." 
Washington D. C. ALLEN WALL. 



A RETURN OF THE OFFICERS AND PRIVATES OF THE 
2ND DETACHMENT, PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA COM- 
MANDED BY BRIGADIER GENERAL RICHARD CROOKS 
THIS 30TH DAY OF OCTOBER 1812. 



Brigadier General, 1 

Brigade Majors 1 

Colonels, 2 

Majers, 5 

B. Qr. Master, 1 

Captains, 28 

Lieutenants, 30 

Ensigns, 28 

Adjutants, 3 

Paymasters , ,3 

Surgeons 3 

Surgeons Mates, 3 

Chaplain 1 

Q. Masters 3 

Qr. Master Sergeants, 3 

Sergeant Majors, 3 

Drum Major, 1 

Fife Major, 1 

Sergeants, 106 

Corporals, 96 

Privates, 1314 

Musicians 19 

Troopers, 70 

Total, 1725 
I do Certify the above to be a just and true Return to the 
Best of my knowledge of the Detachment under my com- 
mand. 
Rendezvoused at Pittsburg the 2nd October 1812. 
By the General, 

JAMES DUNLAP, 

Brigade Major & Inspector 2nd D. P. M. 



TROOPS COMMANDED BY COLONEL LEWIS 
RUSH— 1812-14. 



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MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY 'OF INFANTRY UNDER 
THE COMMAND OF CAPTAIN SAMUEL BORDEN IN THE 
4TH DETACHMENT OF P. M. OF THE UNITED STATES, 
COMMANDED KY COLONEL LEWIS RUSH FROM MAY" 
13, 1813 WHEN LAST MUSTERED, TO JUNE 18, 1813. 



Names. 

(In Alphabetical order) 

Captain. 

Samuel Borden. 

1st Lieut. 
Daniel Oldenburg. 

2d Lieut. 
John Howel. 

3d Lieut. 
George G. Wright, On Furlough. 

Ensign. 
John Snyder, On guard. 

Orderly Sergt. 
Clement S. Elliok. 

1st Sergt. 
Henry Knorr. 

2d Sergt. 
Walter Allison. 

3rd Sergt. 
Phillip Slimmel, Quarter Master Seargt. 

4th Sergt. 
John Clinton. 

1st Corpl. 
Benjamin Springer. 

2d Corpl. 
Robert McCIure. 
18— Vol. VIII— Cth Ser. 



274 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Srd Corpl. 
Jacob Chalfant 

4th Corpl. 
Robert S. Aitklns. 

Drummer. 
Samuel Weatherstein. 

Fifer. 
Thomas Ouram. 

Private. 
Jacob Apple. 

Joseph Alexander, on guard. 
John Bayley, on guard. 
John Butcher, 
Charles Bastian. 
"William Bates. 
Samuel Baxter, on guard. 
John Brent. 
William G. Beal. 
Edward Buckingham, 
Jacob Burke. 
Thomas Buckart. 

Benjamin C. Burden, sick in quarters. 
John Chappel. 
John Bowles, on furlough. 
George Butler. 

William Course, Sick in quarters. 
Arthur H. Clements. 
Charles Calliday. 
Henry Cline, on furlough. 
Dennis Cain. 
Aaron Cain. 

George Donniker, Entered the U. S. Army. 
John Dubree. 
Paul Strahan. 
Edward Daley. 

Russel G. Davis, Discharged by Surgeon 
John Dollman, on guard. 
John Debeust. 
John Dowdel. 
John Ebling. 
Richard Fawker. 



WAR OF 181 2-1814. 275 



John Frowert, on guard. 

Thomas Fortescue, on guard. 

William Goggins. 

Walter Gold. 

Greenbury D. German. 

John Henry. 

Daniel Haskel. 

Benjamin Hall. 

Jacob Hausel, sick absent. 

Daniel Homam. 

Andrew Hooton, sick absent. 

George Hoff, on Furlough. 

Peter Hardenbrok. 

William Hannah. 

Thomas Hardy, sick absent. 

William Johnson. 

Jacob Bettring, on guard. 

John Keek, on Furlough. 

Peter Kritz. 

Joseph King. 

John Keller. 

John Lindsey, discharged by Surgeon. 

John Layland: 

William Lynd, on guard. 

Henry Larer, on guard. 

Lawrence Lieutiece, on guard. 

Kenneth McKoy. 

Thomas McElwee, entered United States army. 

John McKadge, sick in quarters. 

Daniel McKaraher. 

Philip Masker. 

John Katz. 

Henry Meeser. 

James Matson. 

John Murphy. 

John Merrick. 

John Millhouse. 

Christian Meniker. 

Matthias Nice. 

Samuel Olwino, Sick absent. 

George Patterson. 

Joseph Rushae. 

John Raivly. 

James Ritchy. 

David Snyder. 



276 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Francis Savoy. 

John Smith. 

John Simpson. 

George Spotts. 

John Scruminger. 

Joseph Smith. 

Joseph Swartz. 

Robert Shaw. 

John R. Spreigle. 

William H. Steele. 

Samuel St. Clair. 

John Sutherland. 

Adam Stine. 

Stokely Sturges. 

John Sproningburg. 

John Seary, absent without permission. 

John Traines. 

Samuel Viart. 

Joseph Willis. 

John Wile. 

Edward Wood. 

William McDonnagh. 

Recapitulation. 





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We certify on honor, that this Muster Roll exhibits a true 
state of Captain Samuel Bordens company of the 4th detach- 
ment of Pennsylvania Militia for the period therein men- 
tioned, and that the remarks set opposite the names of the 
men are accurate and just. 

SAMUEL BORDEN, Captain. 



WAR OP 1812-1814. 



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THE SUBSCRIBERS MEMBERS OF THE MILITIA COM- 
PANY COMMANDED BY CAPTAIN HENRY MEYERS 
LATE IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES AS 
A PART OF THE 4TH DETACHMENT OF P. M. COM- 
MANDED BY COL. LEWIS RUSH, ACKNOWLEDGE TO 
HAVE RECEIVED FROM THE PAYMASTER OF THE 
DETACHMENT, APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR OF 
PENNSYLVANIA THE SEVERAL SUMS ATTACHED TO 
OUR NAMES, SUCH SUM BEING IN FULL FOR OUR 
SEVERAL SERVICES AS MILITIA MEN, AGREEABLY 
TO AN ACT OF THE LEGISLATURE OF PENNA. PASSED 
MARCH 29, 1813. 

Phil'a August 7-1S13. 

Captain. 

Henry Meyers. 

Privates. 

Charles Decoster, $5 00 

William Patton, 5 00 

Henry Dubosy, 5 00 

William Bignel, 5 00 

John Lambsbock 5 00 

William Nagel, 5 00 

J. Willey, 5 00 

John Deforest, 5 00 

Henry R. Phellps 5 00 

John Pleel, 5 00 

Philip Furman, 5 00 

John I. Stewart, 5 00 

Thos. Snowden, 5 00 

Daniel Phyle ^ . . . 5 00 

Joshua Brittenbaw, 5 00 

John Shannon, 5 00 

John Fries, Jr., 5 00 

Jacob Strumbeck, 5 00 

George Gossler 5 00 

John Kemp 5 00 

John Apple, 5 00 

Mikel Hartronef , 5 00 

William Sweny, 5 00 

John Reed, 5 OO 

George Boyer, 2 50 

Abra'm Wilt, Jun., 2 50 



284 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Wm. Lagerthy 5 00 

Geo. Speel 2 50 

Charles Haas, 2 50 

Joseph Allmon 5 00 

Barthleman Baker 5 00 

John Sutel, 5 00 

Jacob Dehoff, 5 00 

Andrew McKee, 5 00 

Geo. E. Luchler, 2 50 

Geo. Cooper, 5 00 

John Sherwood, 5 00 

John Raphune, 5 00 

Ab'm Ogden, 5 00 

David Baggs, 5 00 

Joseph Sybert 5 00 

John Truman, 5 00 

Peter Baker, 5 00 

Perry Leatherbury, 5 00 

Peter Mavis 5 00 

Conrad Pfaff, 5 00 

Peter Sternberg 5 00 

Henry W. Zugh, 5 00 

Thomas Wells 5 00 

Thomas Wells, ' 5 00 

Daniel Hogett 5 00 

George D. Cooper, 5 00 

Frederick Good, 5 00 

Thomas Love, 5 00 

Thomas J ones •. 5 00 

Jno. G. Clark 5 00 

Joseph Shrouk, 5 00 

Francis Cole, 5 00 

Benjamin Harnton, 5 00 

Jonethen Hari'ngton, 5 00 

Chris'n Snider, 5 00 

Daniel Neuman, 5 00 

William Lane, 5 00 

Jo's Whitaker, 2 50 

Fred'k Swentzer, (his [X] mark) 5 00 

Peter Perpignan 2 50 

Thos. Rock, [X] his mark, 5 00 

Nathan Cornell, • 5 00 

Matthr. Raseos, 5 00 

John Walker 5 00 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 285 

John Treviller, 2 50 

Peter Reel 5 00 

David Lauck 5 00 

John Milley, 5 OO 

Michael Crown 5 00 

John Ludwick, 5 00 

Francis Lewis, 5 OO 

Christian Lowrn, 5 00 

George Lafarge, 5 00 

John Mutheran, 5 00 

William Powell, 5 OO 

John Mellon, 5 00 

George Wochtund 5 00 

John A. Black, 5 00 

George Blume, 5 00 

James Shepherd, 5 00 

Sam'l C. Landis, 2 50 

Wm. Mayreg 5 00 

Thomas Moore, 5 00 

David Simpson, 5 OO 

Joseph Brown, 5 00 

Thomas Reed, 5 00 

John Fellman, 5 OO 

John Gross 5 00 

John Evans 5 00 

Samuel Hamel, 5 00 

Ge Tripner, 2 50 

John Kirkpatrick, 5 00 

Peter Steinbergh for order, 5 00 

William Lankester, 5 00 

Jacob Shepherd, 5 00 

Richard Holaday, 5 00 

Charles Lamon, 5 00 

Thomas Antony, 5 00 

John Brown, 5 00 

Received the above six names begins with William Lan- 
kester. 

HENRY MEYER, Capt 



286 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF PENNSYLVANIA 
MILITIA UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPT. CONDY 
RAGUET IN THE 4TH DETACHMENT IN THE SERVICE 
OF THE UNITED STATES, COMMANDED BY COL. RUSH 
FROM 13TH MAY 1813 WHEN LAST MUSTERED, TO 18TH 
JUNE 1813. 



Capt. 

1. Condy Raguet. 

1 Lt. 

2. John R. Mufflin. 

2 Lt. 

3. Michl. WAsh. 

3 Lt. 

4. Thomas Anthony. 

Ens. 

5. Thomas TraQuie, Sick absent. 

1 Serg. 

6. Thomas F. Pleasants. 

2 Serg. 

7. John C. Montgomery. 

3 Serg. 

8. John F. Howell. 

4 Serg. 

9. Thomas J. Wharton. 

5 Serg. 

10. Francs. W. Rawle, on Furlough. 

1 Corp. 

11. John G. Watmough. 

2 Corp. 

12. Saml. M. Sykes. 

3 Corp. 

13. Thomas Burrows. 



14. John M. Brown. 

15. John Christie. 

16. Anderson Green. 



WAR OF 1812-1S14. 287 

4 Corp. 

Fifer. 

Drum. 



Priv. 



17. Joseph H. Ashbridge. 

18. Edward . 

19. James Armor. 

20. Valentine Burkart, on furlough. 

21. John S. Baker. 

22. John Banks, on furlough. 

23. Richard Biddle. 

24. David P. Benson. 

25. Joseph Burns, Jr. 

26. B. B. Breedin. 

27. Wm. Burns, overs'td his furlough. 

28. Geo. Bedwell, absent without leave havinj 

29. Clement A. Buckley. 

30. Geo. C. Clinton. 

31. Charles Cist. 

32. Cephas G. Child. 

33. Charles J. Cox. 

34. Jno. Carrell, Jr. 

35. Chs. Carpenter, Jr, sick. 

36. James Correy. 

37. Wm. Cobb, on furlough. 

38. Jos. Cobb. 

39. Rd. Cain. 

40. Ephraam Campl^ell, sick. 

41. John H. Clause. 

42. Anthony Cuthbert, sick absent. 

43. Geo. Davis, Jr. 

44. Thomas Davis, Jr. sick. 

45. Jno. B. Dickinson. 

46. Geo. Delaker. 

47. Jno. Durborrow. 

48. Phimeus Eldridge, on furlough. 

49. Wm. B. Emerick, sick. 

50. Geo. J. Fricke. 

51. Danl. Fling. 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



52. T. W. Freeman. 

53. Anty. Frees. 

51. Jacob Frithmuth. 

55. Henry Grenn. 

56. Geo. Gibbs. 

57. Edward Gill, sick. 

58. Geo. Goodman. 

59. Fredk. Greenwood. 

60. James Hall. 

61. Tobias Hiiber, sick absent. 

62. Wm. Hay. 

63. John L. Howell. 

64. Saml. B. Harrison. 

65. Bankson Huddle. 

66. Francs. Huckle. 

67. G. Harberger, sick. 

68. Francs. Harley. 

69. Saml. Jobson. 

70. Jas. Knight. 

71. Tench C. Kintzing. 

72. Geo. Keemer. 

73. James C. Keen, sick. 

74. Jos. Kempton. 

75. Jno. P. Moore. 

76. Jno. Milnor, Jr., sick. 

77. Isaac Milnor, Jr. 

78. Thomas A. Marshall. 

79. Rees W. McKeever. 

80. Wm. Major. 

81. J. Metzker. 

82. J. J. Mahany. 

83. Jas. McKeever. 

84. Jno. P. Martin. 

85. J. Mc Pherson. 

86. G. Mice. 

87. J. O. Pinkerton. 

88. J. J. Plocker. 

89. C. L. Peale. 

90. Hy. Porter. 

91. C. B. Rees. 

92. Jas. Robbins. 

93. Wm. Rovoudt. 

94. G. W. Richards, sick. 

95. A. G. Richard. 
;^6. Pob Rogers. 



WAR OF 1812-lSll. 



289 



97. James Ranten. 

98. Saml. L. Shober. 

99. Chas. Schreiner, on furlough. 

100. G. W. Smith, on furlough. 

101. Thos. Sparhawk. 

102. W. S. Smith. 

103. G. Simler. 

104. J. Shreeve. 

105. R. Steel. 

106. Chs. Sewoss. 

107. Adam Seybert. 

108. Josh. M. Turner. 

109. G. Twibell, side. 

110. B. A. Thomson. 

111. *W. S. Wager. 

112. Norris Morrell. 

113. Jas. S. Wharton. 

114. Geo. Willey. 

115. J. K. Vanpelt. 

116. *J. M. Thompson. 

Recapitulation. 



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We certify on honor, tliat this muster Roll exhibits a true 
state of Captain Raguets company of the 4th detachment of 
Pa. Militia for the period therein mentioned and that the re- 
marks set opposite the names of the men are accurate and 
just. 

CONDY. RAGUET, Capt. 
19— Vol. VIII— Gih Ser. 



290 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Upon the return of the detachment to the City the musters 
roll had undergone no alteration since the above period. 

CONDY. RAGUET, Capt. 

I do certify on honor that I believe the above return and 
remarks to be accurate and just. 

LEWIS RUSH, Colonel, 
4th detachment P. M. 
August 6, 1S13. 



TROOPS COMMANDED BY MAJOR JNO. O. 
WERSLER. 



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WAR OF 1812-1814. 



293 



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MxVJOR WERSLER WITH THE NUMBER OF MEN IN 
EACH COMPANY, THE CAPTAINS NAMES AND THE 
DESCRIPTION OF THE TROOPS, AGREABLY TO A GEN- 
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1814 TO WIT. 

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MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MIFFLIN GUARDS 
UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPT. S. ANDERSON IN THE 
SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES, 1ST REGIMENT, 
PENNA. VOLUNTEERS COMMANDED BY COL. CLEMENT 
C. BIDDLE FROM THE 5TH SEPT. WHEN LAST MUS- 
TERED TO THE 26TH SEPT. 1S14. 



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Capt. 

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Lieiits. 

D. Marshall. Llnd. 



Ensign. 
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1. John Cakhvell. 

2. Benj. Haskins. 



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3. Wm. Evans. 

4. Henry Thorn. 



1. John Thomson. 

2. George Hawkins. 

3. John Marshall. 

Thos. Kille. 
Sam. Edwards. 
John Lambert. 
Joseph Hall, Sick 

Chester. 
Joseph Martin. 
John Hawkins. 
Daniel Brocmall. 
Tho. Pedrick. 
James Burns. 
William Beatty. 
Robert Beatty. 
Lazarus Martin. 
John Stevenson. 
Edward Minshall. 



Corporals. 

4. Joseph Derrick. 

5. John Rowan. 

Privates. 

John Garrett. 
John Lloyd. 
David Fisher, 
absent at Levi B. Marlin. 
Thomas Parsons. 
Jeremiah Brown. 
Tho. Painter. 
Tho. P. Smith. 
James Evans. 
Charles Lear. 
John Pywell. 
William Geary. 
William H. Marshall. 
John Loche. 
Daniel Mitcliel}. 



War of 1812 1814. 301 

John McKee. William Lindsey. 
Joseph Wilkerson. • George Caldwell. 

John Martin Hook. David Cummins. 

Leonard Cole. James Erattin. 

William Cumfhins. John Martin Chester. 

Thomas Bowers. Aaron Morton. 

T. D. Barnard. Joseph Hibbart. 

Charles Justus. John Hansal. 

John Dunant. Joseph T. Johns. 

James Cleary. William Tawrince. 

Richard G. Martin. John Dermott. 
Charles G. Snowden, Sick & Wm. Grubb. 

absent at Chester. John Bradford. 
Joseph Pyle. 

The following persons have joined since the 26th Sept't (Tte 
date of last muster.) 

Townsend T. Johns, on the 28th. 
William Tawrence, on the 28th. 
John McDermott, on the 28th. 
William Grubb, 1st October. 
John Bradford, 2nd October. 

J. Bradford was a member previous to the date of our march- 
ing orders. Was taken sick about the time the company 
marched. 

I Certify that the Mifflin Guards commanded by Captain S. 
Anderson is in the Sei'vice of the United States under orders 
of the General commanding the 4th Military District. 
Cam.p Du Pont, 
October, 1814. 

THO'S CADWALADER, 
Brig. Genl. Comp. 

We Certify on Honor that this Muster Roll exhibits a true 
state of the company of MiiTiin Guards of the 1st Regiment of 
Pennna. Vol. for the period therein mentioned and that the 
remarks set opposite the names of the men are accurate and 
just. 

S. ANDERSON, Captain. 
I believe the above muster roll to be correct. 

CONDY. RAQUET, 
Lt. Col. 1 Reg. P. V. 



302 



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Camp Dupont, October 6th, 1814. 

We the Subscribers, noii commissioned officers and privates 
of the Troop of Franklin Flying Artillery Militia of the State 
of Pennsylvania in the service of the United States, under the 
requisition of the President of the 4th of July 1814, and subse- 
quent thereto, do each of us hereby acknowledge to have 
received severally from Daniel Bussier, paymaster of the Mi- 
litia, the sum of six dollars in advance, part of our additional 
pay allowed by act of Assembly, the said sum of six dollars 
being paid to each of us by order of his excellency the Cover- 
iior, under act of Assembly of February 22, 18l4. 

Commanded By Captain Richd. Bache. 

1. Jon'a Carson, 1st Sergt. 

2. Patrick Duff, 2d Sergt. 

3. Patrick Kennedy, 3rd Sergt. 

4. Henry Dainell, 4th Sergt. 

5. Robert Taylor, 1st Corpl. 

6. Thomas Smith, 2d Corpl. 

7. John Borland, 3d Corpl. 

8. John Wallace, 4th Corpl. 

9. Charles McLaughlin, Q. M. S. 

10. Bernard Connor. > 



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11. Andrew Agnew. 

12. P. Boyle. 

13. Barthw. Boyle. 

14. David Biddle. 

15. James Campbell. 

16. Robert Clark. 

17. Anthony Campbell. 

18. Michael Campbell. 

19. Henry Conery. 

20. Stephen Cronin. 

21. Robert Dunewoody. 

22. John Early. 

23. Charles Graham. 

24. Patrick Hanly. 
1^. James Harvey. 

26. James Husten. 

27. Evan Jones. 

28. Edward Kerby. 

29. John Kelly. 



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30. Hugh Linden. 

31. Edward Lynch. 

32. John Laughlin. 

33. W'm Litle. 

34. Israel Liikins. 

35. Patrick McCafferty. 

36. W'm McCormick. 

37. Thos. McKinley. 

38. Danl. McCurdy. 

39. Michael McClosky. 

40. Joseph Mintzer. 

41. W'm McDonough. 

42. Saml. McCrury. 

43. Lawrence OBryan. * 

44. W'm Patten. 

45. Peter Shields. - 

46. W'm Todd. 

47. Henry Wrench. 

48. W'm Wray. 

49. Thos Ward. 

50. John Warr. 

51. John Wall. 

52. Geo.Yenckly. 

53. Giles Yournson. 

54. Martin Reese. 

55. Ed. Cassady, Absent on furlough. 

56. John Bloomfield, In a west. 

RICHD. BACHE, Capt. 



Captn. Richard Bache's Company. 

We, the Subscribers, non commissioned officers and privates, 
of a Company, Flying Artillery 1st Brigade, Militia of the 
State of Pennsylvania lately in the service of the United States, 
under the requisition of the President of the 4th of July, 1814, 
and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby acknowledge to 
have received severally from Daniel Pussier, Paymaster of the 
Militia, the sum of sixty seven cents additional pay allowed 
by act of Assembly in such case made and provided. 



1. Patrick Cuff, Reduced from Sergeant. 

2. Patrick Kennedy, Reduced from Sergeant. 

3. Robert Taylor, reduced from Corporal. 



312 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

4. Andrew Agnew. 

5. John Bloomfield, received no pay. 

6. Patrick Boyle. 

7. Bartholomev/ Boyle. 

8. David Biddle. 

9. James Campbell. 

10. Robert Clark. 

11. Anthony Campbell. 

12. Henry Conory. 

13. Stephen Croneir. 

14. Michael Campbell. 

15. Edward Cassady, received No pay. 

16. Robert Dunwoody. 

17. Charles Graham. 

18. Patrick Hardy. 

19. James Harvy. 

20. James Huston. 

21. Evan Jones. 

22. Edward Kerby. 

23. John Kelly. 

24. Hugh Linden. 

25. Edward Linch. 

2G. Patrick McCafferty. 

27. William McCormick. 

28. Thomas McKinley. 

29. Daniel McCurdy. 

30. Michael McCIaskey, Died 20 Deer. 1814. 

31. Joseph Muntzer. 

32. W'm McDonough. 

33. Samuel McCreery. 

34. Lawrence O'Brian. 

35. William Patton. 

36. William Todd. 

37. Henry Wrench. 

38. William Wray. 

39. Thomas Ward. 

40. John Warr. 

41. John Wall. 

42. George Yurbley. 

43. Giles Yournson. 

44. John Laughton. 

45. William Little, Entered 25 Sept. 1814. 

46. Ab. Lukins, Joined 2nd Octr. received no State pay. 

47. Henry Monaghan. 



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51. 


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53. 


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57. 


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Camp Dupont, October 7th, 1814. 

We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Volunteer Company Independent Blues first Regiment of 
Pennsylvania Volunteers in the Command of Colonel C. C. 
Biddle as quota of the Militia of the State of Pennsylvania, in 
the service of tiie United States, under the requisition of the 
President of the 4th of July 1814, and subsequent thereto, do 
each of us hereby acknowledge to have received severally 
from Daniel Pussier, paymaster of the Militia, the sum of six 
dollars, in advance, as part of our additional pay allowed by 
act of Assembly, the said sum of six dollars being paid to 
each of us by order of his excellency the Governor, under act 
of Assembly of February 22, 1814. The said Company being 
Commanded by Captain Peter A. Browne. 

Tho's Patterson, Q. Sergt. 

Joseph Ballentine, 2d Sergt. 

John McKay, 3d Sergt. 

Alex'r Murphy, 4th Sergt. 

Jacob Lerdy (Lydea), 5th Sergt. 

W'm Hilton, 1st Corpl. 

John Knox, 2d. Corpl. 

Henry Nagell (Nagel), 3d Corpl. 

James McLaughlin, 4th Corpl., on furlough.. 

Alex'r Hemphill, 5 Corpl. 

James Kenny, 6 Corpl. 

Frederick Dentzel, drum'r. 



Privates. 



John W. Backhouse. 
George Buchanan. 
Henry Bolton. 
Ringham Bingham. 
Chas. Brouster. 
Aaron Backius. 

Jesse (his [X] mark) Bowers. 
John (his [X] mark) Best. 
Thos. Brock. 
' Alexr. Brown. 
John Clator (Claster). 

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Wm. Caldwell. 
Chas. Cochran. 



WAR OF 1812-1S14. 325 



J. H. Cross. 

J no. Cunningham. 

John Caldwell. 

Danl. Cornwell. 

Chas. Doughterty. 

Henry Dicks. 

Wm. Egington 

Henry Flanegau. 

Edwd. Fletcher. 

John Finn. 

John Fox. 

James Gibbons. 

Casper Gouldy (Giildey). 

Patrick (his [X] mark) Gilmore. 

David Henderson. 

John Hanna. 

Jas. (his [X] mark) Hagan. 

Jas. Holland. 

Fredck. Houck. 

Henry Habermekl. 

Ab'm Hewlins. 

Alexr. Henry. 

Jerard Irvine. 

Geo. Jones. 

And'w Jamieson. 

Henry Kugler, on t'lirhnigb. 

James Louge. 

Tho's Lott. 

Joseph Lloyd. 

George Lehr. 

John Little. 

Saml. Lemmine. 

Alex'r McNeill, private. 

George D. Murdock. 

Hugh (his [X] mark) Miller 

Nathan McKinley. 

Peter Maley. 

J. McCartney. 

John McMichael. 

Ja's Moore. 

John McNally. 

John (his [X] mark) MoNulty. 

Henry Monaghan. 

Stephen McFaden. 



326 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Geo. McKnight. 

Tho's McKee, on Furlough. 

Simon Nickel. 

John Odenheimer, on Furlough. 

Geo. Priest. 

William Park. 

Sam'l Ross. 

Morris Reese (Reass), on Furlough. 

W'm (his [X] mark) Ryan. 

Danl. Roberts. 

Patrick Riley. 

Bernard Roney (Rooney). 

John Rutherford. 

Aaron Snyder. 

James Sisco. 

James Shannon. 

Peter Slattery. 

Hugh Sloan. 

David Thomas. 

William Trimble. 

Geo. Henry Treidy (Trydey). 

David Wineburner. 

Sam'l Wister. 

Joseph Wilson. , 

Jacob V\^agner, on Furlough. 

Stephen Ware, on Furlough. 

Thomas V/ise. 

Matthew Young. 

W'm Warnick (Warnock). 

Samuel Yohe. 

Andrew (his [X] mark) Kerrick. 

Jacob Smith. 

William Savidge. 

Hugh McAIonan. 

James North. 

John B. Ware, Sick in Philad'a. By order of the Commd' 

Officer. 
Tho's McGlaugh. 
Cha's Little. 
Francis McCormick. 

Edward Daiby, dischargd 3 Inst. Oct. 1S14. 
Abr'm Snyder, discharged 15th Septr. 1814. 



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State of the 4th Comp'y Drafted Militia of Peny'a for the period 
therein mentioned and that the Remarks set opposite the 
names of the men are Accurate & Just. 

JUSTUS P. BULLARD, Capt. 

SILAS W. SEXTON, 1st Lieut. 

PHILIP FIMPLB, 2d Lieut. 

I believe the above to be Correct. 

PETER BERRY, Lt. Col. 

I Certify that the 4th Company of drafted militia under 
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United States under orders of the General Commanding the 
4th Military District. 

THO'S CADWALADER, 
Brig. Genl. Com'd. 
Camp Dupont, October 1814. 



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MUSTER KOL,L OF THE THIRD COMPANY DRAFTED 
MILITIA UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPT. JUSTUS P. 
BULLARD.— Continued. 

Recapitulation. 



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We certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits a true 
State of the 3rd Comp'y drafted militia late in the service 
of the U. States for the period therein mentioned and that 
the remarks set opposite the names of the men are Accurate 
and just. 

JUSTUS P. BULLARD, Capt. ' 

Phila Feby 2nd, 1816. 
I Certify the foregoing Muster Roll to be Just and Trew. 
WM. BOZORTH, Major, 
Commanding. 
City Philad'a. 

Personally appeared Mary Shirkey Widow of Daniel Shirkey 
and being duly sworn according to Law doth depose and say 
That she is the Mother of James Shirkey deceased who lyas a 
private in Capt'n Buttard Company of City Militia during 
the Campaign of 1814 to the State of Delaware under the 
Command of Brigadier General Cadwallader. 

MARY (her [X] month) SHIRKEY. 



April 17th 1816 Before me. 
Philadelphia City and County. 



I. J. PETTIT, Ald'n. 



I, Samuel Bryan, Esquire, Register for the probate of Wills, 
and granting Letters of Administration in and for the City 
and County of Philadelphia, in the State of Pennsylvania. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 341 

Do Hereby Certify and make known, That on the twenty 
seventh day of Noveraber in the year of our Lord one thousand 
eight hundred and fifteen. Letters of Administration on the 
estate of John Crilly alias Daniel Turney of the said City 
Mariner deceased, were granted unto James Forsyth of the 
City aforesaid Grocer— he having first given security well and 
truly to administer the same. 

Given under my hand and seal of ofiice, this sixteenth day of 
April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred 
and sixteen. 

SAM. BRYAN, Regis. 



Camp Dupont, October 5, 1814. 
WE THE SUBSCRIBERS, NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS 
AND PRIVATES OF THE FOURTH COMPANY 1ST DE- 
TACHMENT OF PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA BEING THE 
FIRST QUOTA MILITIA OF THE STATE OF PENNSYL- 
VANIA, IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES, 
UNDER THE REQUISITION OF THE PRESIDENT OF 
THE 4TH OF JULY 1814, AND SUBSEQUENTLY THERE- 
TO, DO EACH OF US HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGE TO HAVE 
RECEIVED SEVERALLY FROM DANIEL BUSSIER, PAY- 
MASTER OF THE MILITIA, THE SUM OF SIX DOLLARS, 
IN ADVANCE, AS PART OF OUR ADDITIONAL PAY AL- 
LOWED BY ACT OF ASSEMBLY THE SAID SUM OF SIX 
DOLLARS BEING PAID TO EACH OF US BY ORDER OP 
HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR, UNDER THE ACT 
OF ASSEMBLY OF FEBRUARY 22, 1814. UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF CAPT. JUSTUS P. BULLARD. 



Names. 



1. Jacob Fimple, 1 Sargt. 

2. James Forsythe, 2 Sargt. 

3. Joseph Mace, 3 Sargt. 

4. George Cost, 4 Sargt. 

5. E. Hutchinson, 1st Corp. 

6. Wm. Howard, 2 Corp. 

7. George Rickets, 3 Corp. 

8. Jos. Haines, 4 Corp. 

Private. 

9. Hugh Askins. 
10. Saml. Archer. 



342 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

11. Geo. Andress. 

12. Thos. Bruce. 

13. Alexr. Boyd. 

14. Adam Brown. 

15. James Brady. 

16. A. Buchanan. 

17. Geo. Beckley. 

18. Saml. Bosworth. 

19. John Criley. 

20. Ezekial Catham. 

21. Patrick Casedy. 

22. Patrick Carlin. 

23. Thos. Dubenand. 

24. Saml. E. Davis. 

25. Wm. Daniels. 

26. J. G. . 

27. Lewis , 



28. Thos. Elton. 

29. Thos. Edwards. 

30. John Fimple. 

31. Peter Foy. 

32. Michael Gilbert. 

33. Barzilla Geerton. 

34. Robt. Gray. 

35. Albert Hughes. 

36. Charles Hill. 

37. Robt. Howard. 

38. Jas. Humphrey. 

39. Geo. Harden. 

40. Thos. Hamilton. 

41. Saml. Isbern. 

42. Saml. Kinsley. 

43. Chas. Kitlar. 

44. Baltus Keel, Transferd to Capt. Sproat. 

45. James Lynch. 

46. William Lourey. 

47. John Laughton, Transferd to Capt. Backe Comp. 

48. P. Leatherbury. 

49. John McElhany. 

50. Charles McKernan. 

51. Augst. Massol. 

52. T. McGagha. 

53. N. McKinley, Transferd to Capt. Brown. 

54. Joseph Moore, Transferd to Capt. Brown.. 

55. Geo. McKnight, Transferred. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



343 



56. H. McFlanigan, Transferred. 

57. Wra. Nagle. 

58. Enoch Northrop. 

59. Joseph Peck. 

60. Robt. Randall. 

61. James Sopp. 

62. Patrick Sharp. 

63. David Troat. 

64. Uriah Temming. 

65. Jacob Troll. 

66. Jacob Taney. 

67. John Wilson. 

68. D. Wentling. 

69. Conrad Weaver. 

70. John White. 

71. Philip Warden. 



Wm. Bogarth. 
Major. 



Camp Dupont October 4th, 1814. 
WE THE SUBSCRIBERS, NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS 
AND PRIVATES OF THE VOLUNTEER 1ST COMPANY 
OF JUNIOR ARTILERISTS ORGANIZED INTO A BATTAL- 
ION UNTO THE COMMAND OF J. M. OF MILITIA 

OF THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA IN THE SERVICE 
OF THE UNITED STATES, UNDER THE REQUISITION 
OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE 4TH OF JULY 1814, AND 
SUBSEQUENT THERETO, DO EACH OF US HEREBY 
ACKNOWLEDGE TO HAVE RECEIVED SEVERALLY 
FROM DANIEL BUSSIER. PAYMASTER OF THE MILITIA 
THE SUM OF SIX DOLLARS IN ADVANCE, AS PART OF 
OUR ADDITIONAL PAY ALLOWED BY ACT OF ASSEM- 
BLY, THE SAID SUM OF SIX DOLLARS BEING PAID TO 
EACH OF US BY ORDER OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE 
GOVERNOR, UNDER ACT OF ASSEMBLY FEBRUARY 
22, 1814, UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPTAIN JACOB 
CASH JUNIOR. 



1. Josiah Randall. 

2. John Kensill. 

3. John Clayton. 



Sergents. 



4. John P. Mayer. 

5. John M. Snyder. 

6. Felix Labrouse. 



344 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Corporals. 



7. Robert Mills. 

8. Joseph George. 

9. John Stevenson. 



12. William Abrams. 

13. Adam Apple. 

14. Jeremiah Bamford. 

15. Chalkley Baker. 

16. Luke Balf. 

17. Jacob A. Bender. 

18. William Bender. 

19. John W. Blair. 

20. Thomas Britton. 

21. John Brooks. 

22. John Back. 

23. John Caner. 

24. Austin Cargill. 

25. Martin L. Casey. 

26. Lyman Clark. 

27. Daniel Coleman. 

28. Ellis G. Collins. 

29. Samuel Cook. 

30. John Clulery. 

14. Thomas Cranoner. 

32. William Dell. 

33. William Denniston. 

34. John Dowling. 

35. John Eachfelat. 

37. George Eagleburner. 

38. George Einneaster. 

39. James C. Erwin. 

40. Frederick Erdmann. 

41. Henry F. Taylor. 

42. Joseph Folkrod. 

43. Isaac Foster. 

44. William Frymuth. 

45. Samuel Gardner. 

46. Solomen Gardner. 

47. William Goldfrey. 

48. Joseph Graff. 

49. Jacob Green. 

50. William Groves. 



10. George Hoff. 

11. Andrew Wile. 



Privates. 



51. Morris Hansell. 

52. Peter H. Hansell. 

53. Joseph Harberger. 

54. George Hart. 

55. John Hay. 

56. Thomas Hemphill. 

57. John C. Herman. 

58. Charles B. Hofner. 

59. Benjamin Hudenboc. 

60. Charles L. Huneken. 

61. John Johnson. 

62. Benjamin Johnson. 

63. George W. Jones. 

64. George Howke. 

65. William Killer. 

66. Charles Kurtz. 

67. Robert B. Ladley. 

68. Henry Larer. 

69. Edward Luskey. 

70. John Linker. 

71. Edward Lyman. 

72. William Lycett. 

73. Samuel McDonald. 

74. John McFall. 

75. John McKibbon. 

76. James Maull. 

77. Charles Mentz. 

78. W'm Metsker. 

79. Henry Miller. 

80. Joseph Morehane. 

81. Stephen C. Purdy. 

82. John Reeves. 

83. Charles Reynolds. 

84. Aquila Ridgway. 

85. Michael Riter. 

86. William Riter. 

87. George Rockingbury. 

88. William Rodgers. 



WAR OF 1812-1S14. 345 

89. John Ruddick. 106. Elnathan Tayler. 

90. Henry Sailor. 107. William Diver 

91. Jared Sample. 108. William Wallace. 

92. John Sanderson. 109. William C. Will 

93. Gilferd Sanders. 110. George Wile. 

94. John Seybert. 111. Eli Wiley. 

95. Michael Simpson. 112. Chas. Williamson. 

96. Peter Smyth. 113. George Wimley. 

97. James Locrot. 114. Stacy Wood. 

98. John Snyder. 115. John White. 

99. George R. Taylor. 116. Ellison Drivers. 

100. William Tayel. 117. 

101. Benjamin Thomas. 118. 

102. Enoch Thomas. 119. Joseph Wright. 

103. William H. Tigner. 120. Michael Erode. - 

104. Edward R. Thompson. 119. John C. McKay. 

105. Thomas Tress. 120. George Hannon. 



MUSTER AND INSPECTION ROLL OF A COMPANY OF 
DRAFTED MILITIA, COMMANDED BY CAPTAIN 
FLORENCE COTTER AND DETACHED AND ORGAN- 
ISED BY DANIEL SHARP, BRIGADE INSPECTOR OF THE 
1ST BRIGADE, 1ST DIVISION, PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA, 
ON MONDAY THE 15TH DAY OF AUGUST, 1814, AGREE- 
ABLY TO GENERAL AND BRIGADE ORDERS. 



Names — Place of Residence. 

Privates. 

James McKemmy, corner of third & Vine Sts. 

Lamuel Franklin, 59 South Third St. 

Alexr. Sprungstein, Walnut between 3 & 4 from Sch. 

Henry Long, corner of 7 & Market Sts. 

John Vanhorn, 21 Appletree Alley. 

Nicholas Essling, Race near Thirteenth St. 

David Gilbertson, 6 North Sixth St. 

James Clark, 96 D. Third St. 

Jessey Laverty, near 7 in Market. 

John Severn, Lane St. No. 63. 

Charles Kibby, 122 North Fourth St. 

Thos. Wallace, 4 Keglers Court. 

Thos. Graham, Market above 7 St. 



346 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Joseph Harberger, 5 Fyette Street. 

Alexr. Gibson, 3 Filbert St. 

Abraham Keiler, 2 door above Cherry Alley 4 St. 

Joseph Rhodes, 304 Market Street. 

Conrow Goodman, 94 North 2nd St. 

Chas. Lawrence, Filbert above Eighth St. 

Saml. Stackhouse, 42 Chester Street. 

John Mancrieff, 50 Arch Street. 

Jacob Harman, 265 Race Street. 

Jas. P. Frazier, Corner Arch & Filbert. 

Lewis Chastunt, 85 North third St. 

Daniel Dick, third above Chestnut in front. 

Wm. Spooner, 20 Franklin Court. 

Casper Souder, 34 Chestnut St. 

John Yard, 30 North 4 St. 

Danl. Porter, 29 South Wharves. 

George Petterman, 389 Market Street. 

John Newman, Tun Alley. 

James Porter, Corner 13 & Vine. 

John Child, D. front & Green. 

Mathew Stewart, Juniper between Race & Vine. 

John Savage, Corner of Race & 11 St. 

Durice Tyson, Brooks Court above Race. 

John Wineman, Race between 13 & Juniper. 

John Dodgin, 13 near Race & Filbert. 

John Donnely, 405 Race. 

N. Schriener, 78 North Sixth St. 

Thos. Renton, Cherry Alley & 8 St. 

Melvin Heions, 266 Race St. 

John Chase, 16 Brammers Court. 

Thos. Henneberry, St. John St. 4 doors above Coats St. 

Jas. Moore, 28 Moravian Alley. 

Henry Space, 202 Vine St. 

John Pringle, Mulberry Row. 

Saml. Masson, Shuvers Alley. 

Thos. Clyde, Corner Race & 9 St. 

Mariuus W. Pike, D. north Alley & Sixth. 

Abrm. Frees, Corner Chester & Vine. 

Michal Laughlin, Underwood Row. 

David Everhart, 151 North Sixth. 

Ezekiel Jacobs, 36 Coals Alley. 

Enos Reevs, 293 Arch St. 

Danl. Hogan, 114 North Fifth St. 

Edwd. Huffnagle. 53 D. 8th St. 



WAR OF 1812-1S14. 347 

Francis Hellfrick, Underwood Row. 

Isaahar James, 266 Race St. 

Thos. Birch, Near the Shot factory. 

Mathew Drieps, Cherry Alley near Juniper. 

John R. Botton, 475 Race St. 

Peter Johnson, corner Cherry Alley & 13th. 

John Reed, 77 Dock St. 

Cornelius Stiger, 183 North Front. 

Thos Evans, Ferris Court between Race & Vine. 

Wm. Nassaw, 77 Market St. 

John Owen, corner Church Alley & Third. 

John Bechtel, 50 Market St. 

Andrew Miller, Filbert near Seventh. 

C. Farner for .Jacob Tulger, Race St. near Sixth. 

George Troutman, between 8 & 9 Market St. 

Winard Omensetter, 10 North 6th St. 

Joseph Cowden, Juniper St. 

Henry Cressman, Race between 3 & 4. 

James Gibson, 21 North Ninth. 

John Stroup, 135 North Front. 

Saml. Wright, Arch near Schuylkill. 

George Wilie, 57 North third St. 

Wm. B. Scull, 102 North third St. 

Saml. Land, 93 Race St. 

Wm. S. Paul, 4 Fetter lane. 

Simeon Content, Front St. 

Wm. Tremble, Keglers Court. 

Henry Heppersett, Corner of 6 from Sch. Market. 

Rowland Reeves, Sugar Alley near Sixth. 

John Nesbit, No. 96 Street. 

Jas. Brown, 73 Chestnut St. 

George Buchannan, George St. between 3 & 4 f. Sch. 

William Camon, 26 North Third St. 

James Espey, 10 North 11th St. 

Henry Musser, 25 Appletree Alley. 

Joel Hilser, 18 North Water St. 

Walter Penry, 208 Market. 

Jas. Anderson, Welsh Row. 

Nicholas Whitstone, Cooms Alley. 

Jas. Phillips, 160 North Water St. 

Michael Williamson, 67 D. front. 

Justinian F. Davis, 31 North third St. 

Brisila. Bozorth, Subst. 

'l Certify that this Muster Roll of Drafted Militia is correct 



348 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Detached and Orgenised by Daniel Sharp Brigade Inspector 
of the first Brigade first Division Pennsylvania Militia Agree- 
ably to the Orders of the Governor of the State of Pennsylvania 
for the Campaign of Eighteen hundred and fourteen. 

DANIEL SHARP, 
Brigade Inspector. 
Philadelphia, April 26th, 1820. 



MUSTER ROLI^-A COMPANY OF MILITIA UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF CAPTAIN FLORENCE COTTER IN THE 
1ST DETACHMENT OF THE 1ST BRIGADE, DRAFTED 
MILITA IN THE SERVICE OF THE U. S. COMMANDED 
BY LIEUTENANT COL. PETER L. BERRY FROM 26TH 
AUGUST, 1814, WHEN LAST MUSTERED, TO 26TH SEP- 
TEMBER 1814 INCLUSIVE. 
Term of Service Six (6) Months. 

Entering the Service the 26th of August, 1814 except 20th 
name— 5th Sept., 1814. 

Names. 

Captain. 

1. Florence Cotter. 

1 Lieut. 

2. Robert Roberts, Sick, absent with Leave of Col. Berry. 

1 Sergt. 

3. P. P. Nonnater. 

2nd Sergt. 

4. Joseph George. 

3d Sergt. 

5. David Gilbert. 

4 Sergt. 

6. Joseph Rushe. 

1 Corp. 

7. Michl. Nassau. 

2d Corp. 

8. Adam Stein. 

3d Corp. 

9. Wennard Ommenseter. 

4 Corp. 
10. James Espy. 



WAR OF 1S12-1S14. 34y 

Private. 

11. Anderson, John. 

12. Anderson, Jas. 

13. Biddle, John. 

14. Boulton, Jas. R. 

15. Bloom, George. 

16. Best, John. 

17. Buchanan, George, Transfered 8th Sept. by General order. 

18. Clark, James, Transfered 8th Sept. by General order. 

19. Cassidy Hugh, In Conlinement. 

20. Caldwell, William, Transfered Sept. 8, 1814, by General 
order. 

21. Childs, John. 

22. Cresman, Henry. 

23. Clark, Jno. F. 

24. Dodgin, John, discharged 23rd Sept. 1814. 

25. Dondney, William. 

26. Etter, Philip. 

27. Flaharty, Edward. 

28. Farner, Casker. 

29. Fletcher, E., Transfered Sth Septem., 1814. 

30. Gibson , Alexander. 

31. Goodman, Conrad. 

32. Gibson, James, appointed Quarter Master to the Battalion 
16th Sept., 1814. 

33. Good, Frederick. 

34. Grimes, Felix. 

35. Harman, Jacob. 

36. Henry Melvine. 

37. Heunebery, Thomas. 

38. Huffnagle, Edwd. 

39. Hodge, Michael. 

40. Humes, Christopher, deserted 31st Aug., 1814 Camp Sharp 

Phifer. 

41. Hays, John, Sick in Quarters. 

Private. 

42. Hoglm, Con. 

43. Hagerly, D. 

44. Johnston, Peter. 

45. Jacobs, Eckiel. deserted 21st Sept.— 1814. 

46. Kibby, Charles. 



350 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

47. Kinley, Philip. 

48. Lewis, John, deserted 11th Septem.— 1814. 

49. Laughlin, Michael. 

50. Leonard, William. 

51. Marker, Jacob, Tranfered 26 Septem. 

52. Mancrief, John. 

53. Moore, James. 

54. Mason, Samuel. 

55. Meeker, Daniel. 

56. Moony, Charles. 

57. Moser, Henry, promoted Serjeant Major 26th Aug. 1814. 

58. Nonnater, Stephen. 

59. Paul, William S. 

60. Pewry, Walter. 

61. Philip, Samuel, Missing. 

62. Reynolds, William. 

63. Reeves, Enos. 

64. Russel, Howard. 

65. Richard B. James. 

66. Roberts, Daniel, Transfered 8th to be Certify. 

67. Springstin, Samuel. 

68. Smith, Joseph, In Confinement for Desertion. 

69. Steward, Mathew. 

70. Snyder, Simon, Sick in Quarters. 

71. Strieker, John. 

72. Stock, Daniel. 

73. Spade, Henry, Sick in Quarters. 

74. Savage, John. 

75. Tyson, David. 

76.- Williamson, Michael. 

77. Tilton, V/illiam, Transfer'd 23rd Sept., 1814. 

78. Vivian, John. 

79. Trees, Abraham. 

80. Trimble, William, Transfer'd 8th Sept., 1814. 

81. Walls, Henry. 

82. Wallace, Thomas. 

83. Wright, Samuel. 



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We certify on lionor, that this Muster Roll exhibits a true 
state of the Fifth Company of the detachment of Militia for the 
period therein mentioned, and that the remarks set opposite 
the names of the men are accurate and just. 
Camp Brandywine, Sept. 26, 1814. 

FLORENCE COTTER, Capt., 
5th Compy. Drafted Militia. 
Peter Buny, Lt. Col. 

PETER P. NORMATER, 1st Sergent. 
I Certify that the fifth Company of Militia Commanded by 
Captain Florence Cotter is in the Service of the United States 
under the orders of the General Commanding the 4th Military 
District. 
Camp Dupont, Octobr 7, 1814. 

THOS. CADWALADER, 
Brig. Gen. Corny. 



Camp Dapont October 5th, 1814. 

WE THE SUBSCRIBERS, NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS 
AND PRIVATES OF THE FIFTH COMPANY 1ST DETACH- 
MENT, FIRST BRIGADE MILITIA OF THE STATE OF 
PENNSYLVANIA, IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED 
STATES, UNDER THE REQUISITION OF THE PRESI- 



352 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



DENT OF THE 4TH OF JULY 1814, AND SUBSEQUENl 
THERETO, DO EACH OF US HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGE 
TO HAVE RECEIVED SEVERALLY FROM DANIEL 
BUSSIER. PAYMA.STER OF THE MILITIA, THE SUM OF 
SIX DOLLARS, IN ADVANCE, AS PART OF OUR ADDI- 
TIONAL PAY ALLOWED BY ACT OF ASSEMBLY, THE 
SAID FUM OF SIX DOLLARS BEING PAID TO EACH OF 
US BY ORDER OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR, 
UNDER ACT OF ASSEMBLY OF FEBRUARY 22, 1814. IN 
THE COMMAND OF FLORENCE COTTER CAPTAIN. 







Names— Remark; 






1st. Sergt. 


1. 


P. P. Monater. 


2nd. Sergt. 


2. 


Joseph George. 


3rd. Sergt. 


3. 


David Gilbert. 


4th. Sergt. 


4. 


Joseph Rush. 


1st. Corpl. 


5. 


Michel Napou. 


2 ad. Corpl. 


6. 


Adam Stein. 


3rd. Corpl 


7. 


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James Espy. 


Privates. 


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10. 


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Caldweli. Wm., Transfered. 


19. 


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20. 


Cressman, Henry. 




21. 


Clark, Jon F. 





WAR OF 1812-1814. 35.? 



22. Dodgin, John., Disch'd 23 Sept. 

23. Dowdney, Wm., Furloughed. 

24. Ester, Philips. 

25. Flatherby, Edw'd. 

26. Farmer, Casper. 

27. Fletcher, E. 

28. Gibson, Alexander, Traiisfeied. 

29. Goodman, Conrad. 

30. Gibson, James. 

31. Good, Frederick. 

32. Grimes, Felix. 

33. Harman, Jacob. 

34. Humes, Mehine. 

35. Hennaberry, Tho's. 

36. Huffnagle, Edwd. 

37. Hodge, Michel, deserted. 

38. Hines, Christopher. 

39. Hays, John. 

40. Hodlin, Cor. 

41. Hagerty, D. 

42. Johnston, Peter. 

43. Jacobs, Eukiel. 

44. Kibby, Charles. 

45. Kinly, Philip. 

46. Lewis, John. 

47. Laughlin, Mich'l. 

48. Leonard, Wm. 

49. Marker, Jacob, Transfprod. 

50. Monerief, John. 

51. Moore, James. 

52. Mason, Sam'l. 

53. Meeker, Daniel. 

54. Moony, Charles. 

55. Muser, Henry. 

56. Monnater, Stephen. 

57. Paul, William. 

58. Penny, Walter. 

59. Phillips, Samu(l, furloughed. 

60. Reynolds, Wm. 

61. Russel, Enos. 

62. Russell, Howard. 

63. Richard B. James. 

64. Roberts, Daniel, Transfered. 

65. Springten, Sam'l. 

23— Vol. VHI— 6th Ser. 



354 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

06. Smith, Joseph. 

67. Steward, Mathew. 

68. Synnder, Simon. 

69. Stryker, John. 

70. Stock, Daniel. 

71. Spade, Henry. 

72. Savage, John. 

73. Tyson, David. 

74. Trees, Abraham. 

75. , William, Transfered. 

76. Viven, John. 

77. Williamson, Mich'l. 

78. , Wm., Transfered. 

79. Walls, Henry. 

80. Wallace, Thomas. 

81. Wright, Sam'l. 



ROLL OF CAPTAIN GEORGE DINCKEY'S COMPANY. 



A true list of Capt. (George) Dinckey's company, of the 
Eighteenth section of riflemen, commanded by Colonel Thom. 
Humphrey. 

Sergeants. 

Saeger, Daniel. Traxel, Christian. 

Lentz, John. Eeiper, John. 

Corporals. 

Deick, Casper. George, John. 

Kelsy, John. Meyer, Henry. 

Bugleman. 
Meyer, Daniel. 

Privates. 

Anawald, John. Shnyder, Samuel. 

Sheirer, Solomon. Meyer, Conrad. 

Backer, Frederick. Zillner, Migel. 

Rencker, Jacob. Handwarck, Frederick. 

Schlosser, John. Mosser, John. 

Shnyder, Jacob, Jr. Schad, John. 

Sigfrid, William. Yeal, John. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 355 

Sigfrid, Solomon. Deiberd, Peter. 

Meyer, Godfrid. Shnyder, Jacob. 

Sigfrid, Peter. Sigfrid, Andrew. 

Shnyder, John. Haas, Jacob. 

I do certify that the within list is a true statement, on honor, 
this 13th day of November, 1814. 

GEORGE DINCKEY, 
Captain. 
THO. HUMPHREY, 
Colonel, P. P. V. R. 

I do certify, on honor, that the company commanded by 
Captain George Dinckey is in the service of the United States, 
under the command of the general commanding the Fourth 
military district. 

THOS. CADWALADER, 

Brigadier General Commanding Advance L. B. Camp Du- 
pont, November 26, 1814. 

Above Copied from Vol. XII— Pa. Archives, 2nd. Series. 



ROLL OF CAPT. DUFFIELD'S COMPANY OF ARTILLERY 



Quarter Master. 

1. William A. Lee. 

1st. Sergeant. 

2. Washington Doak. 

2ud. Sergeant. 

3. Samuel Denney. 

3rd. Sergeant. 

4. James F. Thomas. 

4th. Sergeant. 

5. Gardiner Fulton. 

5th. Sergeant. 

6. Adam Erbin. 

Corporal. 

7. John A. Clark. 10. William Shallcrcfs. 

8. Daniel Teese. 11. Rufus Tyler. 

9. John T. Gilbert. 

Privates. 

12. Benjamin Hamilton. 14. James Rees. 

13. Moses Thomas. 15. Joseph Schooh. 



356 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



16. 


Charles Rirtine. 


52. 


Jacob Delaney. 


17. 


Benjamin Matlock. 


53. 


Kenry Schooh. 


18. 


John Shallcross. 


54. 


Benjamin Scott. 


19. 


John McMullen. 


55. 


Francis Doran. 


20. 


Lawrence Scotes. 


56. 


Samuel R. Courtney. 


21. 


Joseph Baldisin. 


57. 


Joseph Botner. 


22. 


Paul Vanaken. 


58. 


Isariah Worrell. 


23. 


Jonathan Schooh. 


59. 


James Lear. 


24. 


Levi D. Dover. 


60. 


Charles E. Quicksall. 


25. 


Jacob Bodine. 


61. 


George Coucker. 


26. 


Thomas Shute. 


62. 


Hawley Warell. 


27. 


Samuel Landenberger. 


63. 


George Haines. 


28. 


George Fisher. 


64. 


Joseph Marshall. 


29. 


John Bennet. 


65. 


John Burk. 


30. 


John Bordman. 


66. 


Oliver Hart. 


31. 


James Hamilton. 


67. 


Stephen Worrell. 


32. 


Robert W. Neff. 


68. 


Martin Thomas. 


33. 


Christopher Coon. 


69. 


Isaac Jones. 


34. 


Robert Tolly. 


70. 


Aaron Palmer. 


35. 


George Robison. 


71. 


Roderick Adams. 


36. 


John Newcamp. 


72. 


Henry D. Sparks. 


37. 


George Rorar. 


73. 


Thomas Potts. 


38. 


Daniel Clark. 


74. 


John Gray. 


39. 


Rudolph Buckins. 


75. 


John Rorar. 


40. 


George Merkle. 


76. 


Jacob Coon. 


41. 


Rudolph Worrell. 


77. 


Michael Shetyline. 


42. 


James Miller. 


78. 


Joseph M. Sanderson. 


43. 


James Linton. 


79. 


Conrad Fries. 


44. 


William Borger. 


80. 


Jacob Harper. 


45. 


David Frazer. 


81. 


Henry Phillips. 


46. 


Benjamin Jenkens. 


82. 


William Landenberger. 


47. 


Michael Reteger. 


■ 83. 


William Thomas. 


48. 


John Peters. 


84. 


Cumberland Shepherd. 


49. 


Isaac W. Sparks. 


85. 


Samuel Newlen. 


50. 


Joseph Pennell. 


Eighty-five Total. 


51. 


Joseph Borar. 




Camp Dupont. 
Oct'r 3rd, 16. 



I do hereby Certify the within Roll to be Correct. 

THOS. W. DUFFIEU3, Capt. 
A. M. PREVOST. 
Major Vol. Arty., 
Service U. S. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 357 

I Certify that the Company of Volunteer Artillery com- 
mand by Thomas W. Duffleld is in the Service of the United 
States under orders of the General commanding the 4 Military 
District. 
Camp Dupont October 7, 1814. 

THOS. CADWLADER, 

Brig. Gen. Comy. 



Camp Dupont, October 4, 1814. 

WE THE SUBSCRIBERS, NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS 
AND PRIVATES OF THE COMPANY OF FRANK- 
FORD ARTILLERY ORGANIZED INTO A BATTALION 
UNDER THE COMMAND OF A. M. PREVOST AS THE 
QUOTA OF MILITIA OF THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA 
IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES, UNDER 
THE REQUISTION OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE 4TH 
OF JULY 1814, AND SUBSEQUENT THERETO, DO EACH 
OF US HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGE TO HAVE RECEIVED 
SEVERALLY FROM DANIEL BUSSIER, PAYMASTER OF 
THE MILITIA, THE SUM OF SIX DOLLARS, IN AD- 
VANCE, AS PART OF OUR ADDITIONAL PAY ALLOWED 
BY ACT OF ASSEMBLY, THE SAID SUM OF SIX DOLLARS 
BEING PAID TO EACH OF US BY ORDER OF HIS EX- 
CELLENCY THE GOVERNOR, UNDER ACT OF AS- 
SEMBLY OF FEBRUARY 22, 1814— UNDER THOMAS W. 
DUFFIELD, CAPTAIN. 



1. William A. Lee. 

2. Washington Doak. 

3. Samuel Denney. 

4. James L. Thomas. 

5. Gardiner Dulton. 

6. Adam Erben. 

7. John A. Clark. 



Q. Master. 
1 Sergt. 

2 Sergt. 

3 Sergt. 

4 Sergt. 

5 Sergt. 
Corporal. 



358 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Corporal. 



8. 


Daniel Teise. 






9. 


John T. Gilbert. 






10. 


William Shallcross. 






n. 


Riifus Tyler. 










Private. 


12. 


Benjamin Hamilton. 


49. 


Isaac W. Sparks. 


13. 


Moses Thomas. 


50. 


Joseph Pennell. 


14. 


James Rees. 


51. 


Joseph Rorer. 


15. 


Joseph Schock. 


52. 


Jacob Delaney. 


16. 


Charley Ristine. 


53. 


Henry Schock. 


17. 


Benjamin Mattock. 


54. 


Benjamin Scott. 


18. 


John Shallcross. 


55. 


Francis Doran. 


19. 


John McMullin. 


56. 


Saml. P. Courtney. 


20. 


Lawrence Scales. 


57. 


Joseph Botner. 


21. 


Joseph Baldwin. 


58. 


Isiah Worrell. 


22. 


Paul Vanaker. 


59. 


James Lear. 


23. 


Jonathan Schock. 


60. 


Charles E. Quicksall. 


24. 


Levi K. Dover. 


61. 


George Coucker. 


25. 


Jacob Bodine. 


62. 


Howley Worrill. 


26. 


Thomas Shute. 


63. 


George Haines. 


27. 


Samuel Landenberger. 


64. 


Joseph Marshall. 


28. 


George Fisher. 


65. 


John Burke. ' 


29. 


John Bennett. 


66. 


Oliver Hart. 


30. 


John Bordman. 


67. 


Stephen Worrell. 


31. 


James Hamilton. 


68. 


Martin Thomas. 


32. 


Robert M. Neff. 


69. 


Isac Jones. 


33. 


Christopher Coon. 


70. 


Aaron Palmer. 


34. 


Robert Solly. 


71. 


Roderick Adams. 


35. 


George Robison. 


72. 


Henry D. Sparks. 


36. 


John Newcamp. 


73. 


Thomas Potts. 


37. 


George Rorer. 


74. 


John Gray. 


38. 


Daniel Clark. 


75. 


John Rorer. 


39. 


Rudolph Buckins. 


76. 


Jacob boon. 


40. 


George Merkle, 


77. 


Michael Shetzline. 


41. 


Rudolph Morrell. 


78. 


Joseph M. Sanderson. 


42. 


James Miller. 


79. 


Conrod Fries. 


43. 


James Linton. 


80. 


Jacob Harper. 


44. 


William Borger. 


81. 


Henry Philips. 


45. 


David Frager. 


82. 


William Landenberger. 


46. 


Benjamin Jenkins. 


83. 


William Thomas. 


47. 


Michel Retzer. 


84. 


Cumberland Shepherd. 


48. 


John Peters. 


85. 


Saml Newlin. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 359 

MUSTER AND INSPECTION ROLL OF A COMPANY OF 
DRAFTED MILITIA, COMMANDED BY CAPTAIN PETER 
FENTON AND DETACHED AND ORGANISED BY 
DANIEL SHARP, BRIGADE INSPECTOR OF THE 1ST 
BRIGADE, 1ST DIVISION, PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA, ON 
MONDAY THE 15TH DAY OF AUGUST, 1814. AGREE- 
ABLY TO GENERAL AND BRIGADE ORDERS. 



Name — Place of Residence. 
Capt. 
Peter Fenton, No. 289 South Third Street. 

Lieut. 

John Simons, Hunter's Court below Market & Filbert St., runs 
from 11th St. 

Sergents. 

Saml. Colle, No. 12 Race St. Sub. for James McArthur. 
Peter Burkhard, No. 57 North Water Street. 
James Gion, No. 26 Cressons Alley. 
George D. Murdock, No. 47 Walnot Street. 

Privates. 

Henry Erbin, Market St. 1st door below 7st. 

Jacob Sleeper, No. 138 Race Street. 

Henry Reese, No. 11 Sterling Alley. 

Jesse Thomson, No. 3 Stillese Court. 

Nathaniel Wightman, corner of Apple Alley & 5 St. 

John H. Hughs, No. 321 Market St. 

Lemuel Reeves, Back of No. 50 Second St. 

Peter Maley, No. 6 Praspet Alley. 

James Paterson, Mary St. No. 4. 

Mich'l Long, Spring Garden. 

J. Dennis, No. 264 Lumbard Street. 

Samuel Wells, No. 79 South 11 Street. 

Michael Lylvonid, No. 38 Filbert Street. 

Ephiam Jackson, No. 14 Cherry Alley. 

Patrick Gallaugher, Corner 5th & Spruce St. Schuykill. 

Cumberland Shepperd, No. 5 North Sixth Street. 

Wm. Longstreh, Lower Delaware Hotel. 

David Shireman, No. 18 Appletree Alley. 



360 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Thomas Brock, No. 21 North 7th Street. 

Chalkley Baker, No: IQ Ncrlh Gth Street. 

Abraham Fredericks Eleven St. Between Market & Filbert St. 

Sub. for Jacob hex. 
John McKingie, No. 96 South 11th Street. 
Samuel Bard, 5th Street below Spruce Street. 
Jacob Johnson, 5lh Street below Spruce Street. 
George Hart. No. 186 Lumbard Street. 
Joseph Conrad, Christian AUey. 
Lewis Baker, North Alley below 6th Street. 
Samuel Burkhard, No. 45 Spruce Street. 
John A. Smith. No. 313 Market Street. 
John Mulcaha, No. £9 Cherry Alley. 
Philip N. Bevins, No. 290 South 4th Street. 
Philip Blum, tenth below Market. 
Melcom McArthure, No. 12 Race Street. 
Wm. Mason, Clymen Alley. 
Charls Crafe, Cor. Sixth & Arch Streets. 
John Duhamel, No. 297 North Second Street. 
Thomas Maxwell, No. SS North Front St. 
John Bowen, Back No. 7 Elfrith Alley. 
Robert Hill, Corner filbert & 9th Streets. 
Benjaman Rose, Blackberry Alley. 
Lewis L. Austen, No. 14 Quarry Street. 
Philip Horn, No. 14 South 5th Street. 
Thomas Norris, Arch below tenth Street. 
Wm. Fallick, Opposite South Alley. 
Wm. Able, South St. above Broad St. 

Andrew Revrick, Lumbard St. between 7th & 8th Shucigill. 
Wm. H. Finley. Cor. Lumbard & 7 Streets. 
James Simpson, Cor. Market & 7 Streets. 
John Leighton, Chestnut above Broad Street. 
Crofford Snell, No. 30 Market Street. 
Charls Cramer, No. 173 Arch Street. 
Thomas Jones, No. 80 Locust Street. 
Edvert Wallace, Near 9th in Locust Street. 
Edmond Gaskill, No. 120 Walnut St. 
George Snider, No. 16 Zane Si. 
George Prise, No. 15 Sterling Alley. 

Samuel Philips, Blackberry Alley 2d door below Walnut St. 
John Flannagan, No. 48 Christian Street. 
Ross Richardson, Lawrence St. 2d Door from Gallowhill St. 
Casper Golding, Corner Locust & Junerper Sts. 
Patrick Cannen, Corner Lumber & Broad Sts. 
Jesse Bowers, Ann St. between 12th & 13th Sts. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 361 

George Helmbold, No. 191 Front Street. 

Kenry Roads, Lumbard near Schulkill. 

James B. Carson. No. 142 South 4th Street. 

Charles Green, No. 139 South 9th Street. 

Steven Mcfaden, Corner 11th & South Street. 

Alexander Lawscn, Pine above 9th Street. 

Benjaman Nedej-. Elfrith Alley. 

Bernard Roney, Hoover's Alley between front & pen Sts. 

John Carr, No. 13 Gillisises Alley. 

Charls Lille, Palms Alley near Walnut St. 

Jacob Wigen. old York Road. 

Asher Moore, Little pine between 7th & 8th Sts. 

Jacob Gibson, South St. below 5th Street. 

David Henderson, Pine Between 4th & 5th Street. 

I do Certify the above to be a trew Coppy. 

PETER FENTON, Capt. 
2d Company 25th Regt. P. M. 

I Certify that this Muster Roll of Drafted Militia is Correct, 
Detached, and organised by Daniel Sharp, Brigade Inspector 
of the first Brigade, first Division, Pennsylvania Militia, Agree- 
ably to the Orders of the Governor of the State of Pennsyl- 
vania for the Campaign of eighteen hundred and fourteen. 

DANIEL SHARP, 
Inspector of Brigade. 
Philadelphia April 2G, 1820. 



362 



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PETER FENTON, Capt. 
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Peter Berry, Lt. Col. 

I Certify that the 6th Compy. of Pennsylvania Militia Com- 
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PETER FENTON, Captain. 

Mustered January 2nd 1815 and Certified by 

FRANCIS SHALLOW, 2nci Lieut. 

HENRY MEESER, En&ign. 

RICHARD McCALL, i:rigade Major Light Brigade, 
and Certified by 

SAMUEL STEWART, Surgeon. 
whose signatures are attached to the muster roll in the hands 
of James M. Porter Esquire pay master to the Militia de- 
tachment. 



Philadelphia, January 3Q, 1816. I Certify the foregoing mus- 
ter Roll to be just and true. 

WM. BOZORTH, Major Commanding. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 373 



Camp D nt, October 6th, 1814. 



WE THE SUBSCRIBERS, NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS 
AND PRIVATES OF THE SIXTH COMPANY 1ST DETACH- 
MENT IN FIRST BREGADE MILITIA UNDER L. COLONEL 
P. L. BERRY, QUOTA MILITIA OF THE STATE OF PENN- 
SYLVANIA, IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES, 
UNDER THE REQUISITION OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE 
4TH OF JULY 1814, AND SUBSEQUENT THERETO, DO 
EACH OF US HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGE TO HAVE RE- 
CEIVED SEVERALLY FROM DANIEL ^BUSSIER, PAY- 
MASTER OF THE MILITIA, THE SUM OF SIX DOLLARS, 
IN ADVANCE, AS PART OF OUR ADDITIONAL PAY AL- 
LOWED BY ACT OF ASSEMBLY, THE SAID SUM OF SIX 
DOLLARS BEING PAID TO EACH OF US BY ORDER OF 
HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR, UNDER ACT OF 
ASSEMBLY OF FEBRUARY 22, 1814. IN COMMAND OF 
PETER FENTON, CAPT. 



1. Shallus, Francis. 

2. Dennis, Jolin W. 

3. Lonton, Joseph. 

4. Brown, Henry. 
5. Jones, Tomas. 



1st Sergt. 
2cl Sergt. 
3d Sergt. 
1st Corpl. 
2d CorpL 
Private. 



6. Backhouse, John M., Transferred. 

7. Brock, Thomas, Transferred. 

8. Bard, Samuel. 

9. Baker, Lewis. 

10. Bryant, John, Transferred. 

11. Bowers, Jesse. 

12. Blum, Philip. 

13. Bowen, Patrick. 

14. Bowen, John. 

15. Burns, John. 

16. Bryson, Wra. 



374 PBNNSYIVANIA YOLrNTEFT^S 

17. Burkhard, Sam'l. 

18. Conrad, Joseph. 

19. Cramer, Cbarles, Transfervrd. 

20. Cuningham, John, Transferred. 

21. Campbell, James. 

22. Cook, William. 

23. Carr, John. 

24. Cress, Thomas. 

25. Fridericks, Abram. 

26. Gallagher, Patrick. 

27. Gibson, Jacob. 

28. Golding (mut'd). Transferred. 

29. Hellam, Jacob. 

30. Helmbold, Joseph. 

31. Hickenbottom, Jos. 

32. Henderson, David, Transferred. 

33. Hill, William, Deserted. 

34. Johnson, Jacob, Transferred. 

35. Jackson, Ephraim, Deserted. 

36. Jones, George, Transferred. 

37. Know, Henry. 

38. Kerrick, Andrew, Transferred. 

39. Long, Michel. 

40. Link, Jacob. 

41. Lilly Edward, Discharged. 

42. Little, Charles, Transferred. 

43. Lewis, John. 

44. McFadera, Stephen, Transferred 

45. McKenzie, John. 

46. Meguire, Charles. 

47. Maley, Peter, Transferred. 

48. McFarrand, Alez'd. 

49. McKenzie, Edw'd K., deserted. 

50. Murdock, George D., Transferred. 

51. Nayl, John R. 

52. Neide, Benjamin. 

53. Pollock, Wm. 

54. Priest, George, Transferred. 

55. Queen, Wm. 

56. Roney, Bernard, Transferred 

57. Reese, Henry. 

58. Reeves, Lemuel. 

59. Shafer, Jacob. 

60. Shireman, Dav'd. 



WAR OF 1S12-1S14. 375 



61. Shepherd, Cumberland, Transferred. 

62. Weeks, Sam'l. 

63. Warwick, Charles. 

64. Stock, David. 



WE THE SUBSCRIBERS, NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS 
AND PRIVATES, OF THE (4TH) CAPTAIN PETER FEN- 
TON'S COMPANY, 1ST BRIGADE, DRAFTED MILITIA 
OF THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA LATELY IN THE 
SERVICE OF HTE UNITED STATES, UNDER SEVERAL- 
LY FROM DANIEL BUSSIER, PAYMASTER OF THE 
MILITIA, THE SUM OF TWO DOLLARS & FIFTY THREE 
CENTS ADDITIONAL PAY ALLOWED BY ACT OF AS- 
SEMBLY IN SUCH CASE MADE AND PROVIDED. 



Names— Remarks. 

1 Sar. 
Peter P. Honnater. 

2 Sar. 
.Joseph Hinkinbottom. 

3 Sar. 
Joseph Lonton. 

4 Sar. 
Michael Nassau. 

5 Sar. 
David Gilbert. • 

1 Cor. 
Henry Brown. 

2 Cor. 
Joseph K. Helmbold. 



876 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



3 Cor. 
John McKenzie. 



4 Cor. 
.John Lewis. 



Samuel Bard, J. H. 

Lewis Baker. 

Philip Blum. 

John R. Bolton, Deserted. 

Patrick Bowen. 

John Bowen, J. H. 

John Bryant. 

William Bryson. 

James Bradley. 

James Butler. 

Hugh Buck. 

Samuel Burkhard. 

John Burns. 

John Carr. 

William Cook. 

Joseph (mutilated). 

Philip Cope. 

William H. Collins, Deserted 

Thomas Cress. 

Henry Cressman. 

Benjamin Crozier. 

Darby Cunningham. 

John Day. 

Casper Farner, paid in full. 

Abraham Fredericks. 

Joseph George. 

Jacob Gibson. 

Michael Gilbert. 

Thomas Kennaberry. 

Charles Hill. 

Edward Huffnagle. 

Melvin Huens, J. H. 

Ezekiel Jacobs. 

Thomas Jones. 

Peter Johnson. 

Philip Kenley. 

John Kinkaid. 



Privates. 

John B. Lev/is. 

William Linnard. 

Thomas Mauship. 

Samuel Mason. 

Charles Meguire. 

John McKargher. J. H. 

Alexander McFarrand. 

William Murphy. 

Charles Mooney, J. H. 

Stephen Nonnater. 

John R. Nayl, (?) Dec. 31. 

Benjamin Neide. 

William Pollock, J. H. 

Walter Penry. 

William Price. 

Samuel Phillips. 

William Queen. 

Enos Reeves. 

Joseph Rusha. 

William Rampf. 

Thomas Rock. 

Jacob J. Slater. 

Henry Spade. 

Alexander Springton. 

Michael Stot&enberg. 

Adam Stein. 

David Stock. 

Daniel Stock. 

Jacob Shafer. 

David Shireman. 

David Tyson. 

John Vivien. 

Thomas Wallace. 

Henry Walls. 

.lames Wiley. 

Samuel Wright. 

Michael Williamson. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



377 



A MASTER ROLL OF CAPT. JACOB FRYER'S COMPANY 
OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OCTOBER THE 14TH 1814. 



Captain. 
Jacob Fryer. 



1st. Lieut. * 
Henry Houck. 

2d Lieut. 
Jacob Yost. 

Insign. 
John Smith. 



1st. Jonah Markley. 
2nd. Jacob Bartman. 



Sargeants. 



3rd. Jacob Wanemaker. 
4th. Jacob Fryer. 



1st. Peter Burger, 
2nd. Peter Yost. 



Corporals. 



3rd. John Yost. 
4th. George Houck. 



Trumpider. 
Henry Yost. 



Privates. 



George Kulp. 
Samuel Detwhiler. 
Lewis Jones. 
Abraham Neas. 
Samuel Esterline. 
Anthony Bitting. 
George Fryer. 
Henry Specht. 
Frederick Shafer. 
John Sweesholtz. 
Abraham Zern. 
John Smith. 



William Burger. 
Samuel Witman. 
Jonas Fetzer. 
Henry Bickel. 
Daniel Houck. 
Daniel Yost. 
Lennerd Shuler. 
William Brecht. 
Jacob Smith. 
Richard Bitting. 
Benjamin Smith. 
Henry Royer. 



378 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



George Mowrer. 

Henry Seihler. 

Daniel Ale. 

Peter Harlocher. 

David Harb. 

Peter Foust. 

Frederick Fox. 

George Burger. 

Adam Zarn. 

Jacob Fox (Sick Absent). 

Jacob Huntzberger. 

John Dutterer. 

Michael Helbert 

Barny Fox. 



John Small. 

Conrad Dutterer. 

Peter Arb. 

Daniel Shiefly. 

Jacob Weideff>\er. 

John Hoffman. 

Peter Trace. 

George Reider. 

Jacob Wensel. 

Jacob Zepp. 

John Gouckler (absent). 

Daniel Hoff. 

Henry Long (absent). 

John Royer. 



A true Musterrool of Capt. Jacob Fryer's Company of Mont- 
gomery County, Octob'r the 14th 1814. 

JONAH MARKLEY, Serg't. 



MUSTER AND INSPECTION ROLL OF A COMPANY 
OF DRAFTED MILITIA, COMMANDED BY CAPTAIN 
REUBEN GILDER AND DETACHED AND ORGANISED 
BY DANIEL SHARP, BRIGADE INSPECTOR OF 1ST BRI- 
GADE, 1ST DIVISION, PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA, ON 
MONDAY THE 15TH DAY OF AUGUST, 1814, AGREEABLY 
TO GENERAL AND BRIGADE ORDERS. 



Captain. 
Reuben Gilder, No. 192 South 2nd St. 



Andrew Jedeller. 



Lieut. 



Serjeants. 



Daved Thomson, No. 67 S. Front St. 
John Cole, No. 144 S. Third St. 
Daved Kirkpatrick, in Race betvv^een 3 «fe 4 St. 
John Brown, back 323 Spruce St. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 379 

Corporals. 



Wm. Milligan, No. 3 Myers Court, Corner 6 St. 
John Clark, No. 11 Pare St. 
Hugh Miller, No. 87 South St. 
John Brock, No. 61 Race St. 

Privates. 

John Little, back of 118 South 10 St. 

John Newell, Corner Market & 7 St. 

George Marker, Corner of 11 & Walnut Sts. 

Jeremiah Taylor, No. 70 

Wm. Flannigan, Lumber betv/een 2 «& 3 St. 

Samuel Jones, No. 234 S. 2nd St. 

Richard Allexander, No. 92 S. 3 St. 

Jos. Henderson, No. 28, Galohill. 

John Brittingham, No. 21 S. Front St. 

John Askin. 

Thomas Newton, No. 90 S. 5th St. 

Henry McMahon, Corner Pine & 5th Sts. 

Josiah Evins. 

Thomas Gilbert, No. 102 N. 6th St. 

George Hawk, No. 444 Race St. 

John Nicole, Says Ally between 7th & 8th Sts. 

Calob Benjamin, in 13 near Race. 

Ellis Koel, Vine St. near. 

George Kimley, in 13 near Cherry St. 

David Horner, in Vine near 12 Sts. 

Francis Stewart, Race above tenth St. 

Thomas Stokes, in Chestnut near Vine. 

Jacob Shuster, No. 19 Hays Ally. 

Benjamin Evans, No. 8 Hinckles Court. 

John Wallace, in 12th near Vine St. 

William Savage, No. 29 Noble St. 

George Creamer, in Crown near Race St. 

George Blanford, North 5 Ettris Court. 

James Wilson, in 6 St. near Coats St. 

Joseph Gibson, No. 13 Hinckles Court. 

William Laird, Corner of Race & 3 St. 

James Wade, No. 92 Vine St. 

Robert Penneck, in 3 above Race. 

Isaack Lukins, No. 37 N. Front St. 

Yearkes Sourman, No. 70 New Street. 



380 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

John Lowrence, No. 39 S. 2n(! St. 

Thomas Wood, No. S N. 2nd St. 

William Robertson, No. 36 High St. 

William Davenport, No. 90 Race St. 

John B. Newell, No. 30 Market St. 

Benjamin Hobson, No. 9 N. Front St. 

Patriclv Pattison, No. 85 North Front St. 

Benjamin Buckman, No. 19 Strawberry, Ally. 

Thomas Taylor, No. 150 N. Warter St. 

Sidney S. Longrone, Back No. 40 N. 4th St. 

William Haydon, No. 109 Walnut St. 

William Litle, No. 83 Chestnut St. 

Joseph Carter, in 11 St. 2 Doors above Walnut St. Abraham 

Wilson, Subst. 
Charles L. Smith, in 3rd St. 
Adam Everly, Chestnut Below 3rd St. 
Luke Balf, No. 77 Dock St. 
John McWarters, No. 180 N. Front St. 
John Dolman, No. 46 Chestnut St. 
Joseph Beahm, No. 12 Gray Ally. 
Even Jones, No. 7 Narrespes Ally. 
William Johnson, in Race between 13th & Guneper St. 
Joseph Tacy, No. 3 South Front St. 
Hugh McCurdey, No. 20 High St. 
Amos Hughs, No. 7 S. Front St. 
William Bender, No. 57 Market St. 
Abel Mackingtire, No. 9 S. Front St. 
John Huffnagle, Corner Market & 5th Sts. 
H. C. Nocholes, No. 1 Brayman Court. 
Joseph Hines, No. 81 N. 5th St. 
Joseph Shiner, No. 122 N. 2nd St. 
John Fleming, in 6 near Vine St. 
Edward Lawber, North 3rd St. 
George Harriss, 2nd St., Signe of the Cammel. 
Peter Clew, in 8th between Race & Vine Sts. 
Robert Carlon, in Smith Court bet. Race & Vine Sts. 
Frederick Miller, Corner 12th & Vine Sts. 
John Mulholland, in 8 between Race & Vine. 
Philip Wolmer, in Chester between 8 & 9 Sts. 
William Peltz, No. 219 South 2nd St. 
Robert Parram, 91 North Fi'ont. 
John Frees, Corner of Chester & Vine Sts. 
George Glentworth, 3 doors from 8th in Race. 
James Alexander, Corner of Walnut & Water. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 381 

John Dever, Vine bel. 8tli & Broad from Schuylkill. 
Alexander Young, Between 12th & 13th, Vine St. 

George Shrank, 12th & 13th Jacob Sts. 

Adam Apple, Front from Schuylkill bet. Race & Cherry Sts. 

Jos. Schafer, South-east corner of Walnut & Water Sts. 

Wra. Carlisle, Back of 90 North 11th St. 

Jos. Gillaspy, in 5th Between Pine & Lombard. 

George Payne, 249 South 7th St. 

Samuel Black, Corner of South & 6th. 

Howard Russell, Broad Between Locust & Spruce. 

Edward Branning, 194 South 2nd St. 

Joseph Button, 88 Lombard St. 

Robert Mason, 57 Union 

Chas. Fury, Locust 3d door above 12th. 

Cornelius Van. 

George P. Williams, Elizabeth near 11th. 

I Certify the foregoing extract to be truly taken l^rom the 
original of the 15th of Aug. 1814. 

REUBEN GILDER, Capt. 



Camp Dupont, Nov. 13th, 1814. 

A TRUE LIST OF CAPT. GROSSCUPS COMPANY OF THE 
18TH SECTION OF RIFLEMEN COMMD. BY COL. THOS. 
HUMPHREY. 



Edward Thompson, 1st. 
Simon Campbell, 2nd. 
William Grosscup, 3rd. 
Benjamin Freas, 4th. 

Jacob Kerper, jst. 
Joseph McCally, 2nd. 
Robert Boyl, 3rd. 
John White, 4th. 



Sergeants. 



Corporals. 



Bugler. 
John Gilinger. 



382 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

10. George Grafly. 

11. George Kupp. 

12. Jacob Wack. 

13. John Ricker. 

14. Isaac Bilger. 

15. John Katz. 

16. Adam Mink. 

17. Wm. Francis. 

18. George Heydrick. 

19. Joseph Wigley. 

20. Joseph Serber. 

21. John Townsman. 

22. Thomas Shepard. 

23. Joseph Shepard. 

24. Anthony Shull. 

25. Henry Shermer. 

26. Peter Dager. 

27. John Yost. 

28. James D. Welch, absent without leave. 

29. John Weant. 

30. Wm. Gralley. 

31. Henry Bisping. 

32. Isaac Artman. » 

33. Abram Shafer. 

34. George Shafer, Junr. 

35. Elijah Gold, from 1st Oct. 

36. Thomas Bhodeibagh. 

37. Nathan Keyser, from Ist Oct. 

38. John Dager. 

39. George Shafer. 

40. John Dull. 

41. Rober Van Horn. 

42. Jacob Dager. 

43. Daniel Nace. 

44. Charles Francis. 

45. John Harris. ^ 

46. Amos Thomas. 

47. Jacob Wentz. 

48. Peter Welch. 

49. John Torravis. 

50. Henry Hoffman, Discharged from Camp on the 26th of 
Oct. last. 

I do Certify on Honor that the Company com'd by Capt. 



WAR OF 1812-1S14. 



383 



John Grosscup is in tlae Service of the United States under 
charge of the Genl. Comd. of the Fourth Military District. 
Camp Diipont, Nov. 26th, 1814. 

THOS. CALLWALADER, 
Brig. Gen. Camp Advance L. B. 

I do certify that the within list is correct to the best of my 
knowledge, November 13, 1814. 
THOS. HUMPHREY, 

Col. 1st. Regt. 

JOHN GROSSCUP, Capt. 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. GEORGE HESS'S RIFLE COM- 
PANY FROM NORTHAMPTON COUNTY SEPT. 20TH. 1814. 



Names of Members 

Capt. 
George Hess, Jr. 



1st. Isaac McHose. 



Lieut. 

2d. Joseph Steaver. 



Ensign. 
Samuel Meyer. 



Joseph Weaver. 



Mus. 
William Hinkel. 



Philip Boehm. 
Daniel Beaver. 



Serjants. 

Christian Bachman 
William Lynn. 



William Lerch. 
lyaac Eckert. 



Corporals. 

George Ruch. 
John Henn. 



Adam Eraun. 
Michael Moser. 
John Freeman. 
John Sherer. 



Samuel Emery. 
Christian Laubach. 
Jacob Bachman. 
John Seiphert. 



384 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLI'NTPIERS. 



John Mann. 
Henry Lee. 
Michael Shleyer. 
John Knechel. 
Frederick Siegle. 
John Ohl. 
Philip Beyl. 
John Leidich. 
William Long. 
Daniel Reich, Jr. 
Philip Ohl. 
Joseph Leidich. 
George Dang. 
Henry Ramsy. 
John Mill. 



Jacob Henn. 
John Beyl. 
Peter Beaver. 
Thomas Miller. 
Andrew Emery. 
George Weaver. 
John Klace. 
Michael Biesecker. 
Frederick Fogel. 
Jacob Klace. 
John Bast. 
Leonard Derr. 
William Graham. 
John Lynn. 



Witness my hand, 

GEO. HESS, Jr., Capt. 
We' do certify on honor that the within roll exhibits a true 
state of the company comd. by Capt. Geo. Hess, Jr., and that 
the remarks set opposite the mens names are accurate and Just. 
Camp Dupont, October 24th. 

GEO. HESS, Jr., Capt 
THOS. HUMPHREY, 
Col. 11 R. P. V. R. 



Camp Dupont, Nov. 13th, 1814. 

A TRUE LIST OF CAPT. ABRM. HORN'S COMPANY OF 
THE 18TH SECTION OF RIFLEMEN COMMANDED BY 
COL. THOMAS HUMPHREY. 



1st. John Horn. 



Melchior Horn. 
Samuel Moore. 



Captain. 

Abraham Horn. 

Lieut. 

2d. John Dingier. 

Ensign. 
Josiah Biglovv. 

Serjt. 

Jacob Shipe. 
John Luckenboch. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



Conrad Boas. 
William Mixell. 



Oorpl. 



William Evans 
George Lattig. 



Music. 



William Thomson. 
Samuel Horn. 

Peter Miller. 

Nicholas Deatz. 

Hiram Miller. 

John Doan. 

Thos. Shank. 

Fredk. Warmkesel. 

Charles Hay. 

Francis Jackson. 

John Hartly. 

John Mesene. 

Ebenezr. Fortner. 

George Shewell. 

John Bossier. 

David Roth. 

John Seiple. 

William Derlin. 

Joseph Will. 

Henry Wilhelm. 

Jacob Smith. 

Aaron Keisselbach. 

Charles Gary. 

Josiah Big^ow, received pay 

I Do certify that the within list is a true statement on 
honor this 13th day of November 1814. 

pr. J. HORN, 1st Lieut. 
THOS. HUMPHREY. 
Col. 
I do certify on honor that the company comd. by Captain 
Abrm. Horn, Jr., is in the service of the united states under 
the ccmd. of the Genl. Comdg. the Fourth Military District. 

THOS. CADWALADER, 
Brig. Genl. corns, advance L. B. 
Camp Dupout, 
Nov. 26, 1S14. 

25— Vol. VHI— 6th Ser. 



Joseph Horn. 

Privates. 

John P. Breidenbach. 
Fredk. C. Mattes. 
Peter Stucker. 
John Grube. 
Alexr. H. Barthold. 
Isaac Keider. 
James Kelas. 
Andrew Grube. 
John Falkner. 
Hiram Price. 
William Shick. 
Eli Mettler. 
James Barnes. 
John L. Jackson. 
Jacob Kilpatrick. 
Andrew Hay. 
Charles Genther. 
Adam Ward. 
George Dingier. 
John Shipe. 
Josiah Biglow. 
ifterwards elected Ensign. 



386 



PENNSYI.VANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



A CORRECT MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. JOHN HURST'S 
COMPANY OF MONTGOMERY RIFLE, GREEN'S STATION 
AT CAMP BOILEAU. 



1st. M. Killing. 



1st. H. R. Brown. 
2nd. M. Smith. 



Captain. 
John Hurst. 

Lieutenants. 

2nd. P. Hoover. 

Ensign. 
Peter Beam. 

Sergeant 

3rd. Abm. "Wanner. 
4th. Jacob Homsher. 



Privates. 
David Thomas. Michael Arney. 

James Glen. Mark Bouret. 

Daniel Heller. John Snyder. 

Saml. Deets. William Hurst. 

John Manner. Benjn. Wentz. 

Jacob Deery. Bobt. Ingham. , 

James Thompson. John Davis. 

John Hiple. Jesse Weber. 

John Seybold. James McKiney. 

John Owen. Jacob Weber Worcester. 

Enock Miller. Benjn. Johnston. 

James Stillwell. Abm. Stong Bugler. 

We do Certify on honor that the within Roll exhibits a true 
State of Compy. Com'd by Captain John Hurst and that the 
Remarks set opposite the mens names are accurate and true. 

JOHN HUNT, Capt. 
Camp Dupont, Nov. 29, 1812. 
Thos. Humphrey, 

Col. 1st Regt. 
I do Certify on honor that the company com'd by Captain 
John Hurst is in the Service of the United States under the 
Com'd of the Genl. Comd'y of the Fourth Military District. 
Camp Dupont, Nov. 26th, 1814. 

THOS. CALLWALADER, 
Brig. Gen. Com. advance, 

L.B. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



387 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE WASHINGTON BLUES BERKS 
COUNTY UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPTAIN DANIEL 
D. B. KEIM AND ATTACHED TO THE 1ST REGIMENT 
OF PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS, AND NOW IN THE 
ACTUAL SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES. 



Capt. 
Danl. D. B. Keim. 



1st. Henry Betz. 



Lieuts. 

2d. Jon. J. Good. 



Ensign. 
Saml. Baird, Junr. 



1st. James D. Biddle. 
2d. Saml. Connor. 



Sergts. 



3rd. David Maidera. 
4th. N. P. Hobbert. 



1st. Henry W. Pearce. 
2d. John W. Roseberry. 



Corpls. 



3rd. Charles Bruckman. 
4th. John R. Thomas. 



Musicians. 
Drummer, Henry Shoner. Fifer, George Drenkle. 



Privates. 



Gerehart Geise. 
Robert E. Hobbert. 
Robert Laverty. 
John Schambers. 
William Brooke. 
Jacob Rahn. 
David Potts. 
Robert M. Ross. 
Thomas Potts, 
Wm. Klineginna. 
Wm. Bird. 
Saml. Potts. 



Geo. Snyder. 
James Leitz. 
John Metzger. 
William Skeen. 
Wm. Nice. 
Lewis Stichler. 
Danl. Kuchner. 
Christian Brobst. 
James B. Eckert. 
George Hahn. 
Wm. Boweu. 
Mathew M. Brooke. 



388 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Richard Boone. Peter Yeager. 

John Kolb. John Bright. 

Saml. Shaffer. Thomas Kepple. 

William Showers. George Wile. 

Thos. Baird. Saml. Groul. 

Rohert May. Joseph Green. 

Saml. Barde. Abrm. Seybert. 

Timothy Lindsly. Blisha Ely. 

John Bannon. John C. Neidley. 

Benj'm Pott. Tho's B. Smith. 

Jacob Seitzinger. James B. Hubley. 

David Jones. John Hanley. 

Wm. Thompson. Tho's Roafsmyder. 

Henry Keyser. Jacob Mourer. 

John Barde. Adam Bell. 

Tho's Wilson. Joseph Kendall. 

Charles Buchar. John Ruth. 
Jonathan Stroud. 

I do certify the above muster roll to be a true and complete 
list of the Officers and Privates composing the Washington 
Blues of Berks County under my command and in actual 
service since the 12th of September 1814. 

DANL D. B. KEIM, Capt. 

I do hereby certify that the company of Washington Blues 
commanded by Captain Keim is now in the Service of the 
United States attached to my Brigade. 

THOS. CADWALADER, 
Brig. Genl. Com'g Advance, 

Light Brigade. 
I believe this muster roll to be correct. 

Comdy Raquet Lt. Col. 1 Reg. P. V. 



We the undersigned Members of the Washington Blues of 
Berks County a Company of Volunteer Militia under the Com- 
mand of Captain Daniel D. B. Keim attached to the 1st Regt. 
of Pennsylv'a Volunteers now in the actual service of the 
United States acknowledge to have received the sums of six 
dollars each from Daniel Brisbin, Esq., it being the extra pay 
of two dollars per month for three months allowed by an act 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



of the Legislature of Pennsylvania to Militia of the State in 
the Service of the United States. 
Camp Dupont, Oct. 21st, 1814. 
Witnesses at signing, 

Sam Baird, Jr. 

H. W. Pierce. 



Nath. P. Hobart. 

Gerhard Geisse. 

Robert E. Hobart. 

Robt. Laverty. 

Johan Schemler. 

Wm. Brooke. 

Jacob Rahn. 

Dr. Jos. Potts, Junr. 

Robert M. Ross. 

Thomas Potts. 

William Bird. 

Samuel Potts. 

George (his [X] mark) Sny. 

der. 
James Lits. 
Jno. Metzger. 
William Skeen. 
Wm. Nice. 
Daniel Marcher. 
James Eckert. 
George Halm. 
William Bowen. 
Matt'w M. Brooke. 
Saml. Connor. 
Richd. Boone. 
John Kolb. 
Samuel Shafer. 
Wm. Shower. 
David Medary. 
J. R. Thomas. 
Jas. D. Biddle. 
Thos. Baird. 
Robert May. 



Saml. Barde. 
Timothy Lindsley. 
W. Bannan. 
Benj. Pott. 
Jacob Seitzinger. 
David Jones. 
Jno. W. Roseburn. 
Wm. Thompson. 
Henry Keyser. 
John Barde. 
Thomas Wilsen. 

Charles 

Jonathan Stroud. 

Peter Yager. 

John Bright. 

Tho's Kepple. 

George Wite. u 

George Prank. 

Saml. (his [X] mark) Groul. 

Jese Green. 

Charles Bruckman. 

John Ruth. 

Joseph Kendall. 

James B. Hubley. 

Elisha Ely. 

Henry Schoener. 

John Hanley. 

Thomas Reifsnider. 

Henry 

Adam Bett. 
Thomas B. Smith. 

Good. 

John C. Neidly. 



390 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



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3rd Lieut. Williams appointed 1st Lieut. 22d Sept., 1814. 
Private Norris appointed 2d Lieut. Sept. 23, 1814. 
Sergt. Canonge appointed 3rd Lieut. S€pt. 23, 1814. 
Private McCall appointed Ensign Oct. 1, 1814, on furlough. 

Corporal McKean appointed Sergt. 24th Sept., 1814. 
Corporal Young appointed Sergt. 24th Sept., 1814. 
Corporal Phillips appointed Sergt. 24th Sept., 1814. 


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Camp Dupont, October, 1814. 

We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
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Pennsylvania Volunteers under the Command of C. C. Biddle, 
Colonel, as the quota of Militia of the State of Pennsylvania, 
in the service of the United States, under the requisition of 
the President of the 4th of July 1814, and subsequent thereto, 
do each of us hereby acknowledge to have received severally 
from Daniel Pussier, paymaster of the Militia, the sum of six 
dollars, in advance, as part of our additional pay allowed by 
act of Assembly, the said sum of six dollars being paid to each 
of us by order of his Excellency the Governor, under act of 
Assembly of February 22, 1814. Under the Command of H. 
Kuhn, Captain. 

Sergeants. 
1st. William Kerr. 
2nd. William L. Sonntag, Jr. 
3rd. Joseph K. McKean, On Extra Duty. 
4th. William Young. 
5th. William Phillips. 



Corporals. 



Thos. C. Rockhill. 

Edward D. Coxe. 

P. F. Fontanges. 

Thomas Willing, Jr., on Furlough. 

Joseph T. Clement. 

John C. Patton. 

Musician. 

Joseph D. Erode, Sick. 

Privates. 
Jacob Adams, 
Samuel H. Allwood. 
Joseph Allman. 
Thomas Altemus. 
Nathan Baker. 
James J. Barkly. 
Samuel Barkly. 
Robert C. Barnhill. 
Peter Bertrand. 
Jacob Bickley, on Furlough. 
William Billington. 
John Breban. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 397 



Charles Britton. 

James Brown. 

James Boggs, With Leave. 

Thomas Bond, Sick, 

William Boyd. 

John B. Budd. 

Henry Charles. 

Henry C. Carey. 

Peter Choupeay. 

John Christian. 

Henry Clark. 

James H. Cole. 

George Collier. 

John M. Connelly. 

Charles Sidney Coxe. 

John Curry. 

George Davis. 

Philibert Droz. 

John Ducker. 

Thomas Dunlap. 

Jacob Frick. 

Philip H. Friend. 

Edward Fox, Jur. 

Baldwin Gardner. 

Edward Goodwin. 

John K. Gravenstine. 

Edmund Green. 

John C. Green. 

Charles Grice. 

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Charles V. Hagner. 

George Hagner. 

John S. Henry. 

Augustus Hildebrand, On extra duty. 

William S. Hodge. 

Thomas Hopkins. 

William Humes, with Leave. 

Samuel Israel. 

Charles Kay. 

Joseph L. Kay. 

John B. Keen. 

Joseph Keen, Jr. 

Isaac P. Kennedy. 

Saml. Kennedy. 



398 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Gabriel Kerns. 

Jacob C. Kline. 

Henry S. Kline, On Furlough. 

John Liggett, On Extra Duty. 

John Lougherry. 

Alexr. McAlpin. 

John McClanahan. 

Benjm. Molineux. 

Samuel Nevins. 

Stephen F. Nidelet. 

Abraham B. Nones. 

William North. 

James B. Ogle. 

James D. Olds. 

William Okie. 

James Page. 

Peter Pollin. 

Joseph Parham. 

Nicholas , On Furlough. 

John Pemberlon, declines receiving pay. 

Nathaniel Pemberton, On Furlough. 

John W. Perit, On Furlough. 

Joseph Phillips, On Furlough 

William Rittenhouse. 

Joseph Ray. 

Joel Z. Reynolds, with Leave. 

John Rink. 

Joseph Robard. on Furlough. 

Joseph Rogers, Jr. 

Chas. F. Roberts. 

John Roset. 

Wm. Richards, Sen. 

Saml. Rush, Sick. 

Kendal Selby. 

James Selby, sick. 

George Schively. 

James B. Stiles. 

Robert H. Small. 

Luclen Soulie. 

John Strawbridge. 

John T. Sullivan. 

John Topham. 

Geo. L. Tallman. 

Alexr. Watt, On Furlough. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 399 



Jos. H. West, With Leave. 

Saml. Witherington. 

George Worl. 

William Worrell. 

Andrew Wray. 

Saml. P. Wetherill, with Leave. 

Thomas Young. 

William Pinchin. 

Saml. Wilcocks. 



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Capt. James M. Linnard's Company. 

We the subscribers, iiou-commissioned officers and privates 
of a Company, 1st Brigade, Independent Artillery Militia of 
the State of Pennsylvania, lately in the service of the United 
States, under the requisition of the President of the 4th of 
July, 1814, and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby 
acknowledge to have received severally from Daniel Bussier, 
Paymaster of the Militia, the sum of two dollars and seventy 
four Cents, ?2.74, additional pay allowed by act of Assembly in 
such case made and provided. 



1. J. B. Andaull. 

2. Shepherd Ayres. 

3. Lemuel Ayres. 

4. P. Barnard. 

5. Samuel Birkey. 

6. Robert Blair, Dead. Sick at time of Muster. 

7. Felix Brunot, Sick. 

8. James Carson. 

9. Timothy Clark. 

10. A. Challower. 

11. W. Coates. 

12. J. L. Coxe. 

13. D. Culman. 

14. Ephraim Culver. 

15. J. F. Davis. 

16. Charles Care. 

17. William Dilworth. 

18. William T. Elder. 

19. Levi English. 

20. J. Fitzgibbons. 

21. George Flick. 

22. William Gaw. 

23. Jno. D. George. 

24. Jno. Gilfroy. 

25. Rene Guoyot. 

26. James Hall. 

27. Peter Hall. 

28. H. H. Hamill. 

29. W. Hamilton. 
dO. John C. Hardy. 

31. H. Hazlett. 

32. Thomas Hennessy. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 415 



33. John C. Hunter. 

34. Irael C. James. 

35. Francis Kearney. 

36. William Lake. 

37. James Leathern. 

38. James G. L. Leiper, 

39. J. G. Linnehan. 

40. Maurice J. Linnehan. 

41. James J. Marsh. 

42. J. Martinier. 

43. W. McClernon. 

44. Samuel Moody. 

45. Hugh McKensie. 

46. John G. Norman. 

47. Eleazer Oswald. 

48. Daniel Pearson. 

49. Phineas Paxton. 

50. George Pickle. 

51. Joseph Plumb. 

52. Jno. Rosseter. 

53. Jno. Rayburn. 

54. Henry Sauseman. 

55. William Selfridge. 

56. Henry Sharp. 

57. Fra. Shoemaker. 

58. William Skinett. 

59. G. H. Snyder. 

60. Henry Snyder. 

61. Richard Sparks. 

62. William Stuart. 

63. J. C. Tittermary. 

64. Richard Tittermary. 

65. William Webb. 

66. Hez'h Welsh. 

67. George White. 

68. Willet Whitehead. 

69. Thomas Winnemore. 

70. S. Workman. 

71. J. Wright. 

72. John Young. 

73. Owen Hughes, Dead. 
56 payments, $153.44. 



416 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Camp Dupont, October 4, 1814. 

We the Subscribers non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Volunteer 1st Company of Independent Artillery Or- 
ganized into a Battalion under the Command of A. M. Prevost 
as the quota of Militia of the State of Pennsylvania, in the 
service of the United States, under the requisition of the Presi- 
dent of the 4th of July 1814, and subsequent thereto, do each 
of us hereby acknowledge to have received severally from 
Daniel Pussier, paymaster of the militia, the sum of six dollars 
in advance, as part of our additional pay allowed by act of 
Assembly, the said sum of six dollars being paid to each of 
us by order of his excellency the Governor, under act of 
Assembly of February 22, 1814, Under the Command of James 
M. Linnard, Lieutenant. 



1. John B. Andault, Private. 

2. Semuel Ayers, Private. 

3. Ayers Shepperd, Private. 

4. Browm, .Jesse, Corporal. 

5. Birkey, Samuel, Private. 

6. Bernard, Parker, Private. 

7. Blair, Robert, Private. 

8. Brenno, Felix, Private. 

9. Bigelow, Thomas, Q. M. 

10. Carson, James, Junr., Private. 

11. Clark, Timothy, Private. 

12. Challour, Ambrose, Private. 

13. Cherry, James, Private. 

14. Coats, Warwick, Private. 

15. Cox, James S., Private. 

16. Culver, E., Private. 

17. Culvan, Derrick, Private. 

18. Davis, I. F., Private. 

19. Davis, D., Private. 

20. Donaldson, W. C, Sergt. 

21. Dilworth, Wm., Private. 

22. Eddowey, John, Corpi. 

23. Elder, Wm. T., Private. 

24. English, Levi, Private. 

25. Fitzgibbons, John, Private 

26. Flick, George, Private. 

27. Gaw, William, Private. 

28. George, I. D., Private. 



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29. Gilfry, John, Private. 
SO. Greyot, Felix, Private. 

31. Hall, James, Private. 

32. Hall, Peter, Private. 

33. Hamill, H. H., Private. 

34. Hamilton, Wm., Private. 

35. Hardy, John C, Private. 

36. Hatfield, N., Corporal. 

37. Hazlet, Hugh, Private. 

38. Hennesy, Thomas, Privnt?. 

39. Hunter, I. C, Private. 

40. Israel, James, Private. 

41. Kearney, Francis, Privat*^. 

42. Lake, William, Private. 

43. Leathern, James, Private. 

44. Leiper, Jas. G. A., Private. 

45. Linnehan, Jas. G., Privat"^. 

46. Linnchard, M. L, Private. 

47. Marsh, Jas. G., Private. 

48. Martiner, T., Private. 

49. McClernon, Wm., Private. 

50. McLead, George, Corporal. 

51. Morgan, Thomas A., Sergeaii 

52. McClure, David, Private. 

53. Moody, Samuel, Private. 

54. Norman, John I., Private. 

55. Oswald, Elizar, Private. 

56. Pearson, Daniel, Private. 

57. Paxson, Phineas, Private 

58. Plumb, Joseph, Private. 

59. Pickle, George, Private. 

60. McMullin, Robert, Sergeant. 

61. Porter, John, jr., Private. 

62. Rosseter, John, Private. 

63. Rayburn, John, Private. 

64. Rudolph, George, Private. 

65. Sansman, Henry, Private. 

66. Selfridge, William, Private. 

67. Sharp, Henry, Private. 

68. Shoemaker, T., Private. 

69. Prevost, L. M., Sergeant. 

70. Skerret, William, Private. 

71. Snyder, George K., Private. 

72. Snyder, Henry, Private. 

27— Vol. VIII— 6th Ser. 



418 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

73. Sparks, Richard, Private. 

74. Stokes, Charley, Corporal. 

75. Stewart, William, Private. 

76. Tittermary, J. C, Private. 

77. Tettermary, Richard, Private. 

78. Turner, John, Sergeant. 

79. Webb, William, Private. 

80. Welch, Ilezek, Private. 

81. White, George, Private. 

82. Whitehead, Wm., Private. 

83. Winnemore, Thomas, Private. 

84. Workman, Samuel, Private. 

85. Wright, Jarvis, Private. 

86. Young, John, Private. 

87. Hughes, Owen, Musician. 

88. Shoemaker, Abm., Jr., Private. 

89. Boyd, John, Sergt. 

90. Robert, O'Neill, Sergt. 



Camp Du Pont, Novem. 13th, 1814. 

A TRUE LIST OF CAPT. W'M MAGILLS COMPANY OF T^HE 
16TH SECTION OF RIFLEMEN COMMANDED BY COL- 
ONEL THOMAS HUMPHREY. 



Sergeants. 
1. James Robinson. 

2. Isaac Stelle. 

3. Articrus Todd. 

4. Joseph Matthew, on furlow untill friday Next 5 o'clock P. M. 



Corporals. 



1. David Evans. 

2. Benjn. Robison. 

3. William Harrah. 

4. John Heath. 

1. Jonathan Wood. 

2. Gooden G. Hall. 

3. William Marshel. 

4. Jesse Lacy. 

5. Morgan N. Thomas. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 419 

6. William Thomas. 

7. Job Simpson. 

8. Joseph Anderson. 

9. Christian Fritsinger. 

10. Benjn. Hare. 

11. Christian Ruth. 

12. Mark Tanner. 

13. Jacob Friece. 

14. Benjn. James. 

15. Joseph Friece. 

16. Danl. Mcintosh. 

17. Nicholas Cisler. 

18. William Mcgooken. 

19. John Dennison. 

20. John Doyle. 

21. Joseph Higgens. 

22. Anthony Rich. 

23. John Everitt. 

24. John Williams. 

25. Saml. Hubbert. 

26. Robt. Barclay. 

27. William Ditterliue. 

28. David Evans, jr. 

29. Andrew Kirkpatrick. 

30. Sem. Moyres. 

31. Paul Bruner. 

32. Isaac Dunlap. 

33. Conrad Shearer. 

34. Nathan Mekinstry. 

35. Alexandrew Watt. 

36. Joseph Engles. 

37. Phillip Trupsbour. 

38. Septimus Harrah. 

39. Samuel Hughes, on furlow untill Friday next 5 oik P. M. 

40. John Whitingham. 

41. Ephraim Lewis. 

42. Benjn. S. Mann. 

43. Isaac B. Medara. 

44. William E. Patterson. 

45. John Morris. 

46. Samuel Smith. 

47. John Mekinney. 

48. John W. Stover. 

49. William Dennison. 



420 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. ^ 

50. Daniel Markley. 

51. David Fell. 

52. James Picker (sick on furlow). 

53. John Lowdislager (Deserted on the 23th of Oct. 1814). 

54. John Toy. 

55. Robert Robert. 

56. Sam. Horn. Jas. Robinson, Col. Sergt. 

57. Wm. Horn. 

58. John P. Daniels. 

59. Joseph Hunter. 

60. Robert Patterson. . . 

I do Certify that the within list is a True Statement on 
boner this 13th day of November 1814. 

WM MAGILL, Capt. 
THOS. HUMPHREY. 

I do Certify on Honor that the Com'd of Captain Wm 
Magill is in the service of the United States under the Com'd 
of the Genl. Comdg the Fourth Military. 

THOS. CADWALADER, Brig Genr., 
Com. Advance L.B. 
District Camp Dupont Nov. 26th, 1814. 



Camp Dupont, Novr. 13, 1814. 

A TRUE LIST OF CAPT. MATHERS COMPANY OF THE 
18TH SECTION OF RIFLEMEN COMMANDED BY 
COLONEL THOMAS HUMPHREY. 



Sergeants. 

1. John Rogers. 3. Isaac Jones. 

2. Wm Edgars. 4. Robert Boyd. 

Corporals. 

5. Paul Warner. 7. Thomas Clark. 

6. Samuel Straten. 

Privates. 

8. David Ranson. 12. Jas. Hamilton. 

9. Lewis Wenzel. 13. Wm Rutherford. 

10. Christn. Oblinger. 14. Hamilton Roney. 

11. Henry Tolan. 15. Benjamin Webster. 



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421 



16. Samuel Barrel. 

17. Thomas Stemple. 

18. John Dishing. 

19. Joshua Doan. 

20. Casper Shain. 

21. Charles Stotsenburg. 

22. Isachar Tomilson. 

23. Ezra Meloy. 

24. Cyrus Cadwallader. 

25. Gabriel Dull. 

26. George Edleman. 

27. Peter Brook. 

28. David Davis. 

29. Peter Vandeveer. 

30. Jesse Clime. 

31. John Cratz. 



32. John Kashey. 

33. Charles Mely. 

34. George Elkens. 

35. Henry Newman. 

36. Isaac Hall. 

37. George Pournall. 

38. Daniel King. 

39. Anthony Kelty. 

40. W'm CoUom. 

41. John Miller. 

42. Henry Sumers. 

43. W'm McColly. 

44. Jacob McVey. 
Anthony Wenzel. 



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46. W'm Hemebright. 



Musician. 



47. David Webster. 

48. James Madagan. 

49. John Vandergrist. 



50. David German. 

51. James Madagan. 

52. John Miller. 



Entered Sept 30th, 1814. 
Lewis Wenzel. 

Oct. 1st. 

Joshua Doan. 

Anthony Wenzel. 

Deserted Oct'r 15th, 1814. 
John Vandegrist. 

Octr. 28th. 
David German. 

James Madagan quit the Company October 18th, 1814, called 
for by the Marshel of State. 

I do Certify that the within List is a true Statement on 
honor the 13th day of November 1814 P'r. 

S. MATHERS, Capt. 
THOS. HUMPHREY, 
Col. 



422 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

I do Certify on Honor that the Company Com'd by Captain 
S. Mather is in the service of the United States under the 
Comd. of the Genl. comdg. the Fourth Military District. 
Camp Dupont, 



Novr. 26th, 1814. 



THOS. CADWALADER, 
Brig. Gen. comg. advance L. B. 



Camp Dupont, November 13th, 1814. 

A TRUE LIST OF CAPT. McCLBANS COMPANY OF THE 
18 SECTION OF RIFLEMEN COMMANDED BY COLL. 
THOS. HUMPHREYS. 



1. David Marple, Orderly Serjeant. 

2. John C. Stackhouse, 3rd Serjeant. 

3. John F. Schreeder, 4th Serjeant. 

4. Joseph Cadwallider, 1st Corporal. 
E). Cyrus Lukens, 2nd Corporal. 

6. Benjamin Barnes, 3rd Corporal. 

7. William Search, 4th Corporal. 

Private. 

8. John Laird. 26. John Banes. 

9. Abraham Haselet. 27. Thomas Hughs. 

10. Jesse Barnes. 28. George Hobensack. 

11. John Leech. 29. David Ferry. 

12. Jacob Barnes. 30. Philip Yerkes. 

13. Abel Fetywater. 31. Aner Wilnor. 

14. James Rice. 32. Judah Columns. 

15. John Grub. 33. Jesse Banes. 

16. John Warner. 34. David Yerkes. 

17. Clement Barnes. 35. Thomas Fisher. 

18. William Sutch. 36. Simon Snyder. 

19. Daniel Shelmire. 37. David Willard. 

20. Haselet Dunlap. 38. David Yerkes. 

21. Robert Barnes. 39. William Sandman. 

22. Thomas Roberts. 40. Jonathan Guy. 

23. James Virtue. 41. David Lloyd. 

24. William Grace. 42. Joseph Leech. 

25. Henry Sandman. 43. Benner Butcher. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 423 

44. William Beale. 47. Isaac Cadwallader. 

45. Amos Dungan. 48. John P. Roberts. 

46. Blias Y. Marple. 

I do certify that the within list is a true Statement on 
honor the 13th day of November 1814 P'r. 

LIEUTENANT J. T. DAVIS. 
THOS. HUMPHREY. 

I do Certify on Honour that the Company com'd by Captain 
McLean is in the service of the United States under the com'd 
of the Genl. Comdg. the Fourth Military District Camp Du- 
pont, Novr. 26th, 1814. 

THOS. CADWALADER, Brig. Genl. 
Corny, advance L. B. 



424 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY CALLED 
THE STATE GUARDS UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPT. 
HENRY MEYERS IN THE FIRST REGIMENT OF PENN- 
SYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS IN THE SERVICE OF THE 
UNITED STATES COMMANDED BY COL. CLEMENT C 
BIDDLB. 




Capt. 



Henry Meyers, 



Lieuts. 
1st Jacob H. Pisler. 
2d Geo. Billington. 
3rd Alex'r McCarraher. 

Ensign. 
Danl. H. Miller. 

Sergts. 
1st And. Geyer. 
2d Geo. Benners. 
3rd Geo. Richards. 
4tli Geo. Harman. 
5th Jacob Heyberger. 

Corporals. 
1st Wm. Dungan. 
2d Jos. S. ColladLi.s- 
3rd Peter C. Meyeis. 
4th Thos. Worn, 
oth Thos. M. Rush. 
6th Jacob Burkerl. 

Privates. 

Nicholas Andrews. 
Ezekiah Busby. 
Jacob Burrows. 
Henry Benners. 
Tobias Bealer. 
William Bruce. 
Peter Bartleson. 
John Buck. 
John Brock, Jr. 
Stacy B. Barcroft. 
Isaac Barnes. 
Joseph Bartholeniow. 
Charles Bicknell. 
John Barry. 
Geo. W. Brackenridse 



S«€pt. 20, 1814;., 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



425 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY CALLED 
THE STATE GUARDS.— Continued. 





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Wm. Colladay. 
James Cooper. 
Walter A. Correy.* 
Joshua Comly. 
Thomas Christian. 
David W. Clark. 
Jacob Clymer. 
Sallows Dunlap. 
Jona. Everltt. 
Wm. Gravenstlne. 
Theodore Gillies. 
John Garrison. 
Robert Gardner. 
Jacob H. Gardner. 
Christian Gobright. 
Courter Goodwin. 
James Hansell. 
Henry Hollenbush. 
Peter Hartzog. 
Jr.hn Hawse. 
Joseph Hill. 
Jacob Harman, Jr. 
John Hamilton. 
Henry Houpt. 
John Hollahan. 
Nathan Jackaway. 
John Kookagy. 
Joseph King. 
Joseph Keyser. 
I.=aiah Knight.t 
Wm. D. Kennedy. 
Saml. Keemble. 
John Kreider. 
Peter Lauderback. 
Peter Lirk. 
.Tohn Lirk. 
.John Lasky. 
Mordecal Lyons. 
Joseph A. McCllntock 
Geo. G. Meyers. 
Smith Mills. 
John Murphey. 
John Mingle, Jr. 



•Died Nov. 6tb, 1814. 



tDIed Nov. 9th, 1814. 



426 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY CALLED 
THE STATE GUARDS.— Continued. 




John Morris. 

Hugh S. Maghee. 

Elijah Mitchell. 

Danl. McDowell. 

Joseph G. Ncxpn. 

Danl. Newman. 

Owen Owens. 

Samuel Peterson. 

John Pollock. 

Isaacher Price. 

Robert Parkham. 

Wm. Pool. 

Henry H. Pennell. 

McKinney Porter J 

Joseph Reiley. 

Alen. Reed. 

John Rush. 

Philip Riebsam. 

Israel Roberts. 

Peter Snyder. 

Saml. W. Sager. 

Geo. Stout. 

Wm. Skinner. 

Caleb Shinn. 

Laurence Shuster. 

Isaac Shunk. 

Joseph Smith. 

Jacob Smith. 

Joshua C. Seekel. 

Joseph Strock. 

Isaac Shing^le. 

Peter Saunders. 

Thos. M. Stanger. 

Jacob Slahter. 

Thos. Thompson. 

Wm. "Van Stoverin. 

John A. Wilstack. 

Wm. Weiss. 

Rlchd. L. West. 

John Warnock. 

Joseph Teager. 

Jerh. Scanlin, Drummer. 

J. L. Benner, flfer. 



JAbsent without leave, reported he had a furlough from Brig. Genl 
t)iis Information Just receive^. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



427 



I Certify on honour that this muster Roll exhibits a true 
statement of a Company of Infantry called the State Guards 
of the first regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers for the Period 
therein mentioned and that the remarks set opposite the 
names of the men are accurate and just. 
Philadelphia, Jan'y 31, 1816. 

HENRY MEYERS, 
Capt. 
CLEMENT C. BIDDLE, 
Col. 1 Reg. P. V. 



Camp Dupont, Octoher 7th, 1814. 
We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Volunteer Company of State Guards 1st Regiment of 
Pennsylvania Volunteers under the com'd of Col. C. C. Biddle 
as Quota of Militia of the State of Pennsylvania in the service 
of the United States, under the requisition of the President of 
the 4th of July, 1814, and subsequent thereto, do each of us 
hereby acknowledge to have received severally from Daniel 
Bussier, paymaster of the Militia, the sum of six dollars, in 
aavance as part of our additional pay allowed by act of Assem- 
bly, the said sum of six dollars being paid to each of us by 
order of his excellency the Governor under act of Assembly 
of February 22, 1814. In the Command of Captain H. Meyers 

Names. 



Captain. 
H. Meyers. 



Andrew Geyer, 1st. 
George Benners, 2d. 
Geo. Richards, 3d. 



Sergeants. 



Geo. Harman, 4th. 
Jacob Heyberger, 5th. 



William Duncan, 1st. 
Joseph S. CoUoday, 2d. 
Peter C. Meyer, 3d. 



Corporals. 



Thomas Warn, 4th. 
Thomas M. Rush, 5th. 
Jacob Burkhart, 6th. 



Nicholas Andrews. 



Privates. 

W'm D. Kennady. 



428 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Hezekiah Buzby. 

Jacob Burrows. 

Henry Benners. 

Tobias Bealer (Beehler). 

W'm Bruce. 

Peter Bartleson. 

John Buck. 

John Brook, Jr. 

Stacy B. Bancroft. 

Isaac Barnes. 

Joseph Bartholomew. 

Charles Bicknell. 

John Barry. 

W'm Colloday. 

James Cooper, Jr. 

Walter A. Corry. 

Joshua Comly. 

Thomas Christian. 

David W. Clarke. 

Sallows Dunlap. 

W'm Gravenstine. 

Theodore Gullins. 

John Garrison. 

Robt. Gardner. 

Jacob H. Gardner. 

Courter Goodwin. 

Christian Gobright. 
James Hansell. 

Henry Hollowbush. 
John Hamilton. 
Peter Hertzog. 
John Hawze. 
Joseph Hill. 
Jacob Harman, Jr. 
Henry Houpt. 
John Hollahan. 
Nathan Jackaway. 
John Koockogey. 
Joseph King. 
Joseph Keyser. 
Isaiah Knight. 
*Saml. Kupwell. 



Peter Lauderback. 

Peter Linck. 

Tohn Linck. 

John Laskey. 
viordecai Lyons. 

Geo. B. Meyers. 

Smith Mills. 

John Murphy. 

John Morris. 

John Mingle, Jr. 

Hugh S. Magee. 

Elijah Mitchell. 

Danl. McDowell. 

Joseph A. McClintock. 

Joseph G. Noxson. 

Daniel Newman. 

Owen Owens. 

Sam'l Peterson. 

John Pollock. 

Isaacher Price. 

Robert Purhan. 

tH. H. Purnell. 

McKimmey Porter. 
Joseph S. Riley. 
Alex. W. Reed. 
John Rush. 
Philip Riebsam. 
Israel Roberts. 
Peter Snyder. 
Sam'l D. Sagers. 
Geo. Stout. 
William Skinner. 
■Caleb Shinn. 
Isaac Shunk. 
Lawrence Shuster. 
Joseph Smith. 
Jacob Smith. 
Joshua C. Seckell. 
Jacob Shenkle. 

Joseph (his [X] mark) Strock. 
Peter (his [X] mark) Saunder. 
Thomas H. Stinger. 



'Signed name S. Keemle. 



tSigned name H. H. Pennell. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



Jacob Slanter. 
Tho's Thompson. 
John A. Wilsbach. 
William Weiss. 
Richard L. West. 
John Warnock. 
W'm Van Staveren. 
Joseph Yeager. 



John Boyer. 

Geo. W. Brackenridge. 

Jacob Clymer. 

W'm Pool. 

Jonathan Everitt. 

John L. Banner, Fifer. 

Jer'h Scanlan, Drumer. 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY COMMANDED 
BY CAPT. JOHN R. MIFFLIN OF THE FIRST REGIMENT 
OF PENNSYLVANIA VOLS. IN THE SERVICE OF THE 
UNITED STATES. 




Capt. 
John R. Mifflin 

Lieuts. 

1. Thomas J. Wharton 

2. Thomas Traquair 

3. John S. Baker 

Ensign. 
John M. Brown 

Sergeants. 

1. John Milnor, Jr 

2. Thomas Davis 

3. Charles Carpenter 

4. John P. Moore 

5. George Nice 

Corporals. 

1. Wm. B. Emericlt 

2. Charles B. Reese 

3. George Bedwell 

4i. Wm Revondt 

5. Charles J. Cox 

6. David P. Benson 



Aug. 27, 1814, 



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430 



PENNSYLVANIA VCLUNTEERS. 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OP INFANTRY COMMANDED 
BY CAPT. JOHN R. MIFFLIN OF THE FIRST REGIMENT 
OF PENNSYLVANIA VOLS.— Continued. 




John Christie, 



Robert Christie, 



George Able Aug. 27, 

Edwin Anderson Aug. 27, 



Richard Allen 

Alexander Austin, 

Isaac Ashmead 

Wm. Burger 

Valentine Burkhart, 
Adam L. Burkhart, 
Thos. Breintnall, ... 

Peter Burkhart 

John C. Bryant 

B. B. Bringhurst, .. 
Cephias G. Childs, 

Wm. Christie, 

John R. Cox 

Thomas W. Carson, 

Wm. Cotton 

John Capp 

George B. Clinton, . 
Ephraim Campbell, 

John Clause 

Wm. Condon 

Jacob Catz 

C. C. Chevalier, .... 
Robert Campbell, ... 
Edward Clayton, .. 

Thos. Christine 

George Delcker 

John H. Duncan, ... 
Andrew Donaldson, 
John Durborrow, ... 
Holstien De Haven, 
Anthony Eldridg^e, 

Israel Elliott, 

Thos. W. Ewing, . . . 



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431 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY COMMANDED 
BY CAPT. JOHN R. MIFFLIN OF THE FIRST REGIMENT 
OF PENNSYLVANIA VOLS— Continued. 





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John Fries 

Wm. Gordon 

Sam. M. Gray 

Wm. Graham 

Henry Grim 

Geo. Goodman, 

Thos. D. German, 
Nicholas Hartley, ., 

John Hicks, 

Thomas Hill 

Georg'e W. Hockley, 

John Harper 

Wm. Hay, 

Frederick Hailer, . 

Robert Huckel 

James Hutton, 

Andrew Humphries, 

Samuel Jobson 

Tench C. Kentzing-, 
Harbeson Kentzing, 

James C. Keen 

Joseph B. Kempton, 

Joseph Keyser 

Wm. L.. Lees 

Henry Lesh 

David Lauk 

Wm. Major 

John Metzker, 

J. J. Mahaney 

Lemuel Mifflin 

James Worrell 

Wm. McMullen 

Ephrm. Mills 

Wm. Newell, 

Washington Nice, .. 

James L. Orr 

Henry Porter 

James D. Pratt 

John O. Pinkerton, 
Benj'n Philips, 



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Jany. 4, 1815. 
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Jany. 4, 1815. 
.Tany. 4, 1813. 
Jany. 4, 1815. 
Jany. 4, 1815. 
Jany. 4, 1815. 
Jany. 4, 1815. 
Jany. 4, 1815. 
Jany. 4, 1813. 
Jany. 4, 1815. 
Jany. 4, 1815. 
Jany. 4, 1813. 
Jany. 4, 1813. 
Jany. 4, 1815. 
Jany. 4. 1815. 
Jany. 4, 1815. 
Jany. 4, 1815. 
Jany. 4, 1815. 
Jany. 4, 1815. 
Jany. 4, 1815. 
Jany. 4, 1815. 
Jany. 4, 1815. 
Jany. 4, ISIS.- 
Jany. 4, 1813. 
Jany. 4, 1815. 
Jany. 4, ISl.?. 



432 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



PAY ROLL OP A COMPANY OP INFANTRY COMMANDED 
BY CAPT. JOHN R. MIFFLIN OF THE FIRST REGIMENT 
OF PENNSYLVANIA VOLS.— Continued. 





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Robert Rogers 

James Robbins 

Benj'n Robbins 

Wm. S. Smith, 

Charles Service 

John Shreeves 

Adam Sybert 

Robert Scott 

G. Stager 

Joseph M. Turner, . . . 

James Thompson 

Joseph Thornton 

James C. Thomas. ... 

Thomas Justian 

Edward Turner 

J. C. Thompson 

Wm. S. Wager, 

Joseph Wital<er 

Wm. Wright 

Thomas Wilson, 

John Webb 

Benj'n Whiteman 

John R. Wuckerer, ... 
Joseph Wetherstine, . 
Joseph H. Wittberger, 

James Whatson, 

Isaac Witteburger, . . 
Wm. Strickland 



7th Oct., 


1814, 


Jany. 4 


1815 


27th Aug. 


1814, 


Jany. i, 


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27th Aug. 


1814, 


Jany. 4, 


1815. 


27th Aug. 


1814, 


Jany. 4, 


1815. 


27th Aug. 


1814. 


Jany. 4. 


1815. 


27th Aug. 


1814, 


Jany. 4, 


1815 


27th Aug. 


1814, 


Jany. 4, 


1815. 


27th Aug. 


1814, 


Jany. 4, 


1815. 


27th Aug., 


1814, 


Jany. 4, 


1815. 


27th Aug. 


mi, 


Jany. 4, 


1815. 


27th Aug. 


1814, 


Jany. 4, 


1815. 


27th Aug. 


1814, 


Jany. 4, 


1815. 


27th Aug. 


1S14, 


Jany. 4, 


1815. 


27th Aug. 


1814, 


Jany. 4, 


1815. 


27th Aug. 


1814, 


Jany. 4, 


ISIS. 


27th Aug. 


1814, 


Jany. 4, 


1815. 


27th Aug. 


1814, 


Jany. 4, 


1815. 


27th Aug. 


1814, 


Jany. 4, 


1815 


27th Aug. 


1814, 


Jany. 4, 


1815. 


27th Aug. 


1814, 


Jany. 4, 


1815. 


27th Aug. 


1814, 


Jany. 4, 


1815. 


27th Aug. 


1814, 


Jany. 4, 


1815. 


27th Aug. 


1814, 


Jany. 4, 


1815 


27th Aug. 


1814, 


Jany. 4, 


1815 


27th Aug. 


1814, 


Jany. 4, 


1815. 


27th Aug. 


1814, 


Jany. 4, 


1815 


27th Aug. 


1814, 


Jany. 4, 


1815 


27th Aug. 


1814, 


Jany. 4, 


1815 


27th Aug. 


1S14. 


Jany. 4 


1815 



I certify that the foregoing is a complete and correct List 
or Roll of the company under my command at the period of 
their discharge from the service of the United States on the 
4th of Jany. 1815. 

JNO. R. MIFFLIN, 
Late Capt. 1st Compy. N. G. 
CLEMENT C. BIDDLE. 
Col. 1st. Regt. P. V. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



433 



Camp Dupont, October 7th, 1814. 
WE THE SUBSCRIBERS, NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS 
AND PRIVATES OF THE VOLUNTEER 1ST COMPANY 
WASHINGTON GUARDS 1ST REGIMENT OF PENNSYL- 
VANIA VOLUNTEERS COMMANDED BY C. C. BIDDLB 
COLONEL AS THE QUOTA MILITIA OF THE STATE OF 
PENNSYLVANIA, IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED 
STATES, UNDER THE REQUISITION OF THE PRESI- 
DENT OF THE 4TH OF JULY 1814, AND SUBSEQUENT 
THERETO, DO EACH OF US HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGE 
TO HAVE RECEIVED SEVERALLY FROM DANIEL BUS- 
SIER, PAYMASTER OF THE MILITIA, THE SUM OF SIX 
DOLLARS, IN ADVANCE, AS PART OF OUR ADDITIONAL 
PAY ALLOWED BY ACT OF ASSEMBLY, THE SAID SUM 
OF SIX DOLLARS BEING PAID TO EACH OF US BY 
ORDER OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR, UNDER 
ACT OF ASSEMBLY OF FEBRUARY 22, 1814. IN COM- 
MAND OF JOHN R. MIFFLIN. 



Sergeants. 
1st John Milner, Junr. 

2nd Thos. Davis. 

3rd Charles Carpenter. 

4th John P. Moore. 

5th George Nice. 

Corporals. 
1st. Tench C. Kintzing. 
2nd. Wm. B. Emerick. 
3rd. Charles B. Rees. 
4th. George Bedwell. 
5th. Jas. Robbins. 



George Abel. 
Richard Allen. 
Edwin Anderson. 
Alexander Austin. 
Isaac Ashmead. 
Wm. Darger. 
Val. Eurkart. 
Adam L. Burkart. 
David Benson. 



Privates. 

B. Bringhurst. 
Thomas Breintnall. 

C. G. Child. 
Wm. Christie. 
Jno. R. Cox. 
Charles J. Coxe. 
Thomas W. Carson. 
George C. Clinton. 
Ephiam Campbell. 



28— Vol. VIII.— 6th Ser. 



434 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



John H. Clause. 
Wm. Condon. 
Jacob K. Katz. 
C. C. Chevalier. 
Robt. Campbell. 
Edwd. Clayton. 
Thomas Christine. 
Geo. Donnaldson. 
Andw. Donaldson. 

Geo. . 

Jno. H. Duncan. 
Jno. Durborrow. 
H. DeHaven. 
Anthony Eldrige. 
J. S. Elliott. 
Thos. W. Ewing. 
David Earnest, 
Anthony Freed. 
Thos. Folwell. 
Jno. Fries, Jn. 
Saml. W. Gray. 
Wm. Graham. 
Henry Grim. 
Geo. Goodman. 
Thos. D. German. 
Nicholas Hartley, 
John Hicks. 
Thomas Hill. 
Geo. W. Hockley, 
John Harper, 
Willm, Hay. 
Fredk. Hailer. 
Robert Huckel, 
Edwd. E. Hall. 
Jas. Hutton. 
Andrew Humphreys. 
Samuel Jobson. 
James C. Kean. 
Joseph B. Kempton. 
Jos. C. Keyser. 
H. Kintzing. 
Wm. L. Lees. 
Henry Lesh. 
David Lauk. 
Wm. Major. 



John Metzker. 
John J. Mahany. 
Lemuel Mifflin, 
James Morrell. 
William McMullen. 
Ephraim Mills. 
William Newell. 
Washington Nice. 
John Owen. 
Henry Porter. 
John O. Piukerton. 
James D. Pratt. 
Benjamin Phillips. 
Robert Rodgers. 
Wm. Revoudt. 
Benjamin Robbins. 
Wm. S. Smith. 
John Shreeve. 
Charles Sewess. 
Adam Seybert. 
Robert Scot. 
Cornelius Stager. 
Jos. M. Turner. 
James Thomson. 
Jas. C. Thomson. 
Joseph Thornton. 
James C. Thomas. 
Thomas Tustian. 
Edward Turner. 
Wm. S. Wager. 
Wm. Wright. 
Jos. Whitaker. 
Thomas Wilson. 
Jno. Webb. 
Benj. Whiteman. 
John R. Wucherer. 
.T;,-( ph Witherstein. 
Joseph W. Willberger. 
James Watson. 
Isaac Wiltberger, 
.Ichn Christie. 
Robert Christie. 
John Capp. 
John Y. Bryan, 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



435 



CAPT. NER. MIDDLEWORTH'S CO. RIFLEMEN 1ST REGT. 
PA. MIL.. COL. JAMES IRWIN 25TH SEPTEMBER TO 24TH 
NOV. 1812. 



Peter Bristol. 
George Moyer. 
Jacob Hassinger. 
Peter Lowder. 
Henry Bruner. 
Andrew Devere. 
John Kaler. 
Michael Lowder. 
Samuel Kreble. 
Geo. Humel. 
William Loar. 
David Harbster. 
David Hassenger. 
John Heter. 
Geo. Balder. 
Henry Hook. 
John Bong. 
Peter I ayer. 



Capt. 

Ner. Middleworth. 

Lieuts. 

Thos. Youngman. 

John Kline. 

Sergeants. 

George Wise. 

George Wigler. 

Daul. Devere. 

Daniel Schwartz. 

Corporals. 

Adam Nauboad. 

Henry Brenenger. 

Adam Keter. 

John McNabe. 

Bugler. 
George Kinck. 

Privates. 

George Devere. 
John Clements. 
David Harbster. 
Melcher Stock. 
Danil Deabler. 
Jacob Narehood. 
David Layer. 
Simon Fete. 
Leonard Peter. 
Andrew Horner. 
Peter Stock. 
Timothy Shay. 
Henry Fite. 
Jacob Fite. 
Benj. Fite. 
Thomas Stewart. 
Benjamin Etzler. 



436 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

MUSTER ROLL OF THE UNION RIFLE VOLUNTEERS OF 
UNION COUNTY COMMANDED BY CAPT. NER. MIDDLE- 
SWARTH AND ATTACHED TO THE BATTALLION OF 
RIFLEMEN COMMANDED BY CAPT. JOHN UHLE IN 
THE LIGHT BRIGADE COMMANDED BY BRIG. GEN. 
THOS. CADWALLADER NOW IN THE ACTUAL SERVICE 
OF THE W. STATES AT CAMP DUPONT. 

Octob'r 27th, 1814. 



Officers. 



1 Captain, Ner Middiesworth. 
1 1st. Lieut., Isaac Mertz. 
1 2nd. Lieut., John Aurandt. 
1 Ensign, Daniel Devore. 

Non C. Officers 

1 1st. Serg't, Jacob Fryer. 
1 2nd. Serg't, Daniel Weiser. 
1 3d. Serg't, Frederick Stuse. 
1 4th. Serg't, George Wikle. 
1 first Corporal, Abraham Frederick. 
1 2nd. Corporal, Daniel Layer. 
1 3d. Corporal, Albright Swinefend. 
1 4th. Corporal, Jacob Long. 







Privates. 


1. 


George Moyer. 


16. Henry Dreese 


2. 


Jacob Gilbert. 


17. Henry Snep. 


3. 


John Wales. 


18. Henry Wirick. 


4. 


Jacob Miller. 


19. John Koones. 


5. 


Peter Loehr. 


20. Daniel Bowersox. 


6. 


Jacob Beitler. 


21. Jacob Moyer. 


7. 


James Smith. 


22. George Wiant. 


8. 


Ludwick Freadley. 


23. Samuel Mertz. 


9. 


Samuel Reyer. 


24. George Klemence. 


10. 


Melcher Stock. 


25. Abraham Kaley. 


11. 


Henry Kratzer. 


26. Asher Ely. 


12. 


Jacob Grub. 


27. John Bird. 


13. 


Jacob Gill. 


28. Daniel Miller. 


14. 


Joseph Loehr. 


29. Izrael Thirston. 


15. 


Jacob Dracksel. 


30. Robert Gilmore. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



437 



31. Henry W. Carrol. 34. John Wakey. 

32. Elias Campell. 35. John Keterman. 

33. John Michel. 

I do Certify that the above Muster Roll is Correct as Stated. 
Witness my hand this 29th. Octob'r 1814. 

NER. MIDDLESWORTH, 
Capt. W. Volunteers. 
The above is Correct. 

JOHN UHLB, Capt., 
Commanding 1st. Battalion Rifle in the Service of the United 
States at Camp Dupont. 

I do Certify on Honer that the Company com'd by Captain 
N. Middlesworth is in the service of the United States under 
the com'd of the Gen'l Comdg. the Fourth Militia District. 

THOS. CADWALADER, 
Brig. Gen. Com. Advance L. B. 
Camp Dupont, Nov'r 26, 1814. 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OP INFANTRY CALLED 
THE UNION GUARDS UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAP- 
TAIN WILLIAM MITCHELL THE FIRST REGT. PENN. 
VOL. IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES COM- 
MANDED BY COLONEL CLEMENT C. BIDDLE FROM 
JANUARY 4TH 1815 WHEN LAST MUSTERED. 




Remarks and Alterations 
Since Last Muster. 



Captain. 
William Mitcliell 

Lieutenants. 
1st Jacob Mitcliell, .. 
2nd Dennis Cain, Jun 
3rd WiUiam McCollin, 

Ensign. 
Frederick Hoffman, . 



Sept. 6th, 1814. 



Sept. 6th, 1814. 
Sept. 6th, 1814. 
Sept. Sth, 1814. 



Sept. 6th, 1814. 



438 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OP^ INFANTRY CALLED 
THE UNION GUARDS UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAP- 
TAIN WILLIAM MITCHELL.— Continued. 




Remarks and Alterations 
Since Last Muster. 



Serjeants. 

1st Benjamin Burden Sept. 6th, 1814. 

2nd Peter F. Fritz, Q. M.,.. Sept. 6th, 1814. 

3rd William Butcher Sept. 6th, 1S14. 

4th Michael Gross, , Sept. 6th, 1S14. 

5th John Smith | Sept. 6th, 1S14. 

Corporals. 

1st Theodore Shreiber : Sept. 6th, 1814. 

2nd William Allen ' Sept. 6th, 1S14. 

3rd William McGinley, Sept. 6th, 1814. 

4th John Branson Sept. 6th, 1S14, 

5th Solomon Clayton i Sept. 6th, 1S14. 

6th Paul Gold , Sept. 6th, 1814. 

Musician. 
George Mitchell, ■ Sept. 6th, 1814. 



Privates. 






Anderson, Jacob 


Sept. 6th, 


1S14. 


Aston, John 


Sept. 6th, 


1814 


Brown, Gowen A 


Sept. 6th, 


1814. 


Bready, James 


Sept. 6th, 


1814. 


Brown, Joseph 


Sept. 6th, 


1814. 


Borie, Simon 


Sept. 6th, 


1S14. 


Boulou, Augustus 


Sept. 6th, 


1814. 


Barbazet, Jacob 


Sept. 6th, 


1814. 


Brown, Thomas 


Sept. 6th, 


1814. 


Bruner, Henry, 


Sept. 6th, 


1814. 


Brown, James 


Sept. 6th, 


1814. 


Bavis, Aaron 


Sept. 6th, 


1814. 


Bomb, Conrad 


Sept. 6th, 


1814. 


Earth, John 


Sept. 6th, 


1814. 


Bright, Michael 


Sept. 6th, 


1814. 


Bready, Alexander 


Sept. 6th, 


1814. 


Bruce. Thomas 


Sept. 6th, 


1814. 


Caruth, William, 


Sept. 6th 


1814. 


Couden, Joseph 


Sept. 6th 


1814. 


Carpenter, Joshua, 


Sept. 6th, 


1814. 




Sept. 6th 
Sept. 6th 


1814. 


Commygess, Benjn., 


1814. 




Sept. 6th 
Sept. 6th 
Sept. 6th 


1814. 




1S14. 


Crumbly, Jacob 


1814. 


Curby, Michael, 


Sept. 6th 


1814. 



WAR OP 1812-1S14. 439 

MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY CALLED 
THE UNION GUARDS UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAP- 
TAIN WILLIAM MITCHELL— Continued. 





























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Remarks and Alterations 




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Cathrall, Edward, 
Deforest, George, 
Davis, Benjamin, 
Downie, David, ... 
Dutheryou, Jno., 
Devous, Samuel, . 
Dennis, John W., 
English, Beneage. 
Eckfeldt, George. 
Foote, Louis H. 
Fries, Adam. 
Gravel, George. 
Gray, Patrick. 
Gross, Jacob. 
Hesselpoth, Henry. 
Haywood, Robert. 
Houck, William. 
Ivins, Isaiah. 
Jones, Joseph. 
Kreider, Anthony. 
Linton, Jno. 
Lutz, John. 
Lutz, Jacob. 
Lower, John 



Sept. eth, 1814. 
Sept. 6th, 1814. 
Sept. 6th, 1S14. 
Sept. 6th, 1814. 
Sept. 6th. 1814. 
Sept. 6th, 1814. 
Oct. 5th, 1814,.. 



Ijayeock, William S. 
Latourna, Joseph. 
Mills, David R. 
Myers, John W. 
Miles, John. 



McGlue, Luke. 
McCormick, Henry. 
Mcllhenny, John. 
McDonald, Richard. 
McAllister, William. 
Newnam, Eli. 
Poulain, Phillip. 
Pickring, William. 
Porter, James. 
Pool, Joseph 



Payne, George. 
Pringle, John. 



joined October f.th, 1814. 



Died in Philadelphia, 5th 
November, 1814. 



Discharged in Philadelphia, 
Decern. 1st, 1814. 



Discharged in Camp, Octr. 
6. 1814. 



440 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY CALLED 
THE UNION GUARDS UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAP- 
TAIN WILLIAM MITCHELL.— Continued. 



Remarks and Alterations 
Since Last Muster. 



Rawlings, George. 








Rliineheart, Joseph. 








Robinson, William. 








Rumph, Peter. 








Reesse, Samuel. 








Ryan, David 




Deserted Octr. 11th. 1S14. 


Staekhouse, Saml. 








Shreiner, William. 








Shreiner, Nicholas. 








Shaw, Joseph. 








Smith, Samuel. 








Strickland, John. 








Stever, James G. 








Stevens, William. 






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Tacy, Joseph. 








Tanler, John. 








Thomas, Thomas. 








Thatcher, Charles. 








Wallis, Edward. 








Thibault, Wm. 








Williamson, Samuel 








Wallace, John. 








Yard, Jacob. 








Smith, William. 









We Certify on honor that this Muster Roll Exhibits a True 
State of Captain William Mitchells Company of the first Regt. 
Penn. Vol. For the Period therein Mentioned and that the 
Remarks set opposite the names of the men are accurate and 
just. 

WILLIAM MITCHELL. Captain. 
CLEMENT H. BIDDLE, 

Colonel 1st. Regt. P. V. 



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Camp Du Pont, October 7th, 1814. 

WE THE SUBSCRIBERS, NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS 
AND PRIVATES OF THE VOLUNTEER 1ST COMPANY 
INFANTRY UNION GUARDS 1ST REGIMENT OF PENN- 
SYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS UNDER THE COMMAND OF 
COLONEL C. C. BIDDLE QUOTA OF MILITIA OF THE 
STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA IN THE SERVICE OF THE 
UNITED STATES, UNDER THE REQUISITION OF THE 
PRESIDENT OF THE 4TH OF JULY 1814, AND SUBSE- 
QUENT THERETO, DO EACH OF US HEREBY ACKNOWL- 
EDGE TO HAVE RECEIVED SEVERALLY FROM DANIEL 
BUSSIBR, PAYMASTER OF THE MILITIA, THE SUM OF 
SIX DOLLARS, IN ADVANCE, AS PART OF OUR AD- 
DITIONAL PAY ALLOWED BY ACT OF ASSEMBLY, THE 
SAID SUM OF SIX DOLLARS BEING PAID TO EACH OF 
US BY ORDER OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR, 
UNDER ACT OF ASSEMBLY OF FEBRUARY 22, 1814. IN 
THE COMMAND OF WILLIAM MITCHELL, CAPT. 



Sergeants. 

1st. Benjamin Burden. 

2nd. Peter F. Fritez. 

3rd. William Butcher. 

4th. Michel Gross. 

5th. Luke McGlue. 

Corporals?. 

1st. Theodore Schriber. 

2nd. William Allen. 

3rd. John Smith. 

4th. William McGinly. 

5tb. William Thibault. 

6th. John Branson. 

Acting Sergeant. 
Wm. S. Leacock. 

Acting Corporal. 
Solomon Clayton. 

Drummer. 
George Mitchell. 

Privates, 
icob Anderson. John Aston. 



452 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Gowan A. Brown 
James Brady. 
Joseph Brown. 
Simon Borie. 
Augustus Boulou. 
Jas. Barbazett. 
Jacob Barbazett. 
Thomas Brown. 
Henry Brunner. 
James Brown. 
Aaron Bavis. 
Conrad Bom. 
John Barth. 
Michel Bright. 
Alexander Brady, 
Thomas Bruce. 
William Caruth. 
Joseph Couden. 
Joshua Carpenter. 
Samuel Couden. 
Benjamin Comegys. 
Joseph Coombes. 
George Carpenter. 
Jacob Crumbly. 
Michel Curby. 
Thomas A. Cressell. 
Edwpvd Cathrall. 
George Deforest. 
Benjamin Davis. 
David Downie. 

John . 

Samuel Devon. 
Benojah English. 
George Eckfeldt. 
Lewis H. Foote. 
Adam Fries. 
Paul Gold. 
George Gravell. 
Patrick Gray. 
Jacob Gross. 
Henry Hesselpoth. 
Robert Haywood. 
William Houck. 
Isaiah Ivins. 



Joseph Jones. 
Anthony Kreider. 
John Linton. 
John Lutz. 
Jacob Lutz. 
John Lower. 

Joseph — -. 

David R. Mills. 
John H. Meyers. 
John Miles. 
Henry McCormick. 
John Mcllhany. 
Richard McDonald. 
William McAlister. 
Eli Newman. 
Philip Polain. 
William Pickering. 
James Porter. 
George Payne. 
John Pringle. 
Joseph Poole. 
George Rawlings. 
Joseph Rhinehart. 
William Robinson. 
Peter Rumpf. 
Samuel Russ. 
David Ryan. 
Samuel Stackhouse. 
Nicholas Schreiner. 
William Schreiner. 
Joseph Shaw. 
Samuel Smith. 
John Strickland, Jr. 
Jas. G. Steever. 
William Stephens. 
Isaac Shubert. 
Joseph Tacy. 
John Tanier. 
Thomas Thomas. 
Charles Thatcher. 
Edward Wallas. 
Samuel Williamson. 
John Wallis. 
Jacob Yard 



WAR OF 1812-lSH. 



453 



MUSTER ROLL OF A VOLUNTEER COMPANY OF IN- 
FANTRY UNDER THE COMMAND OF BRIGADIER GEN- 
ERAL CADWALADER IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED 
STATES COMMANDED BY CAPT. JOSEPH MURRAY 
FROM SEPT. 6TH 1814 WHEN LAST MUSTERED, TO 
OCTOBER 3, 1814. 



Dates of Ap- 
pointment. 



Capt. 
Joseph Murray, ... 



Lieuts. 
1st. Wm. Cercelius, 
2d. John Stratton, 
3rd. Peter Ogle 



6th Sept i 

6th Sept., I 

6th Sept on furlough 



Ensign. 
Andrew Rogers, ... 



Serjts. 
1st. Charles Dewstcr. 
2d. Wm. Carson. 
Srd. Jehu Thomas. 
4th. Amos Howel. 
oth. John Horn. 



Corporals. 
1st. Andrew Hedman. 
L'd. Andrew Morrison. 
3d. Moses Keen. 
4th. Wm. L. Hobson. 
Hth. John Mailey. 
Cth. John House 



Privates. 
Joseph Avis. 
Thomas Armstrong, . 
John Bell. 
Wm. Bayne. 
George Benner. 
Michael Bourne. 
Thomas Bell. 
John Baker. 
John J. Clark. 
Samuel Crothers. 
Lewis Ctinitz. 
Hugh McCafferly. 
John Crystler. 
Robert Child. 
Wm. H. Campbell 
Wm. Campbell. 
Charles Cramer. 
John Durr. 
Caleb Deniick. 
Joseph Davis. 
Jacob Fitzone. 



Pcpt 26. 



454 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



MUSTER ROLL OF A VOLUNTEER COMPANY OF IN- 
FANTRY UNDER THE COMMAND OF BRIGADIER GEN- 
ERAL CADV/ALADER.— Continued. 



Dates of Ap- 
pointment. 



Anthony Fitzone. 
John Field. 
George W. Fox, 
John Girvin. 
George Huff. 
Archibald Hays. 
Jacob Hollihan. 
Robert Harvey. 
Jacob Hedman. 
Peter Horn. 
Jacob Hellem. 
Frederick M. Irvii 
Jesse Johnston. 
Howel Jones. 
Samuel James. 
Jacob Johnston. 
Robert Keeth. 
Henry L,ayer. 
Samuel Lyndell. 
Daniel Linan. 
Joseph Louk. 
Daniel McMuUen. 
Win. Moore. 
Conrad Markle. 
Thomas Maxfield. 
Thomas Miflin, 

John Nice 

John H. Porter. 
Joseph Roberts. 
John Simpson. 
Wm. Sommerel, . 
Yorkes Sourman. 
Henry Snyder. 
Wm. Shoat. 
Charles Smith 
Thomas Tosh. 
Samuel Whitman. 
Henry Whiteman. 
Edward Wood. 
Wm. West. 
John Fryer. 
Ricard Miller. 
WMlllam Hepard. 



sick at Phila. 

sick in the Hospita^ 



We Certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits a true 
state of the Company of the 1st. regiment of Volunteers for 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



455 



the period therein meiitlonecl, and that the remarks set oppo- 
site the names of the men are accurate and just. 

JOSEPH MURRAY, 
Capt. 
I believe the above Muster Roll to be correct. 

CONDY RAQUET, 
Lt. Col. 1 Reg. P. M. 
I Certify that the 2d Company of Union Guards commanded 
by Captain Joseph Murray is in the Service of the United 
States under orders of the General commanding the 4th Mili- 
tary district. 

THOS. CADWALADER, 
Brig. Gen. Comg. 
Camp Dupont, October 1814. 



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FANTRY UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPT'N JOSEPH 
MURRAr IN THE 1ST REGIMENT OF PENNSYLVANIA 
VOLUNTEERS IN THE SERVICE OF THE U. STATES 
COMMANDED BY COLONEL C. C. BIDDLE FROM NOV. 
24, 1814 WHEN LAST MUSTERED TO JANUARY 4, 1815. 



Names and Rank. 



Captain. 
Murray, Joseph, Commencement of service 6th Sept'r 1814. 



456 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Lieutenants. 

1. Corcelius, Wm. 

2. Stratton, John. 

3. Ogle, Peter L. 

Ensign. 
Rogers, Andrew. 

Sergeants. 

1. Decoster, Charles. 

2. Irwin, Fred'k. 

3. Carson, Wm. 

4. Thomas, Jehu. 

5. Howell, Amos. 

Corporals. 
1. Horn, John. 

2. Headman, And'w. 

3. Morrison, And. 

4. Keen, Moses. 

5. Maley, John. 

6. Roberts, Joseph. 



Drummer. 
Tryer, John. 

Privates. 
Avis, Joseph. 
Armstrong, Tho's. 
Baen, Wm. 
Benner, George. 
Burn, Michael. 

Bell, John, Deceased October 26th- 
Bell, Thomas. 
Budd, John. 
Baker, John. 
Clark, John T. 
Crothers, Sam. 
Cunits, Lewis. 
Chrystler, John. 
Childs, Robert. 
Campbell, W^m. 
Cramer, Charles. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 457 



Durr, John. 

Demick, Caleb. 

Davis, Joseph. 

Fox, George W. 

Fizone, Anth. 

Fizone, Jacob. 

Field, Johu. 

Girvin, Johu. 

Huff, Geo. H. 

Hays, Archer. 

Harvey, Robert. 

Headman, Jacob. 

Hellem, Jacob. 

Holahan, Jacob. 

Horn, Peter. 

Hobson, Wm. L. 

Heppard, Wm. 

Johnson, Jesse. 

Johnson, Jacob. 

Jones, Howell. 

James, Sam. 

Keith, Robert. 

Leyer, Henry. 

Lyndall, Sam. 

Leinan, Dan. 

Lauck, Joseph. 

McMullin, Dan. 

McCafferty, Hugh. 

Moore, Wm. 

Merkel, Conrad. 

Maxfield, Thom. 

Mifflin, Thom. 

Miller, Richard. 

Nice, John. 

Porter, John. 

Simpson, John. 

Somnerl, Wm., Deserted November 22d. 

Soiirman, Yerkes. 

Snyder, Henry. 

Shute, Wm. 

Smith, Cha's, discharged Nov. 15. 

Shinn, Ezra. 

Tash, Thomas. 

Whitman, Sara. 



458 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Whiteman, Henry. 
Wood, Edward. 
West, William. 
Joseph Collins, Servant. 
Peter Johnston, Servant. 

We do certify on honour, that this Muster Roll exhibits a 
true state of Capt'n Murrays Company of the 1st Regiment 
Pennsylvania Voiunteers for the Period therein mentioned. 

JOSEPH MURRAY. 
CLEMENT C. BIDDLE, 

Col. 1 Reg't P. V. 



Camp Dupont. 

We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Volunteer Company Infantry (Union Guards) 1st Reg- 
iment of Pennsylvania Volunteers under the command of 
Colonel as quota of Militia of the State of Pennsyl- 
vania in the service of the United States under the requisition 
of the President of the 4th of July 1814 and subsequent thereto 
do each of us hereby acknowledge to have received severally 
from Daniel Pussier, paymaster of the Militia, the sum of six 
dollars in advance, as part of our additional pay allowed by 
Act of Assembly, the said sum of six dollars being paid to 
each of us by order of his excellency the Governor under Act of 
Assembly of February 22, 1814. In the command of Joseph 
Murray, Capt. 

Sergeants. 

1st. Charles Dewster. 
2d. William Carson. 

3rd. Jehu Thomas. 

4th. Amos Howell. 
5th. John Horn. 

Corporals. 

1st. Andrew Headman. 
2d. Andrew Morrison. 

3rd. Moses Keen. 
4th. Wm. L. Hobson. 

5th. John Maily. 

6th. John House. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



459 



Joseph Avis. 
Thomas Armstrong. 
John Bell. 
William Baen. 
George Benner. 
Michael Bowine. 
Thomas Bell. 
John Baker. 
John T. Clark. 
Samuel Caruther. 
Lewis Cunitz. 
Hugh McCafferty. 
John Chrystler. 
Robert Child. 
Wm. H. Campbell. 
Cha's Cramer. 
John Durr. 
Caleb Demick. 
Joseph Davis. 
Jacob Fitzone. 
Anthony Fitzone. 
John Field. 
George W. Fox. 
John Girvin. 
George Hough. 
Archibald Hays. 
Jacob Hollehan. 
Robert Harvey. 
Jacob Hedman. 
Peter Home. 
Jacob Hellem. 
Fred'k M. Irwin. 



Jesse Johnston. 
H:owell Jones. 
Samuel James. 
Jacob Johnston. 
Robert Keith. 
Henry Layer. 
Samuel Lyndall. 

Daniel . 

Joseph Lauch. 
Daniel McMullin. 
William Moore. 
Conrad Merkle. 
Thomas Maxfield. 
Thomas Mifflin. 
John Nice. 
John H. Porter. 
Joseph Roberts. 
John Simpson. 
William Sommerel. 
Yerkes Sourman. 
Henry Snyder. 
Wm. Shute. 
Charles Smith. 
Thomas Tash. 
Samuel ¥7itman. 
Henry Whiteman. 
Edward Wood. 
William West. 
John Fryer. 
Rich'd Miller. 
William Heppard. 
Ezra Shinn. 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE NORTHERN LIBERTY ARTIL- 
LERISTS COMMANDED BY CAPT. JNO. NAGLEE IN THE 
SERVICE OF THE U. STATES ORGANIZED INTO A BA- 
TALLION COMMD. BY MAJOR A. M. PROVOST. (Entered 
Service 8 Sept. 1814.) 



Names in Alphabetical order. 

Capt. 

John Naglee. 



460 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS 



1st. Lieut. 
Michael Baker, Jr. 

2d. Lieut. 
Charles B. Part. 

1st. Sergt. 
Geo. N. Baker. 

3d. Sergt. 
*Joseph Naglee. 

4 Sergt. 
Saml. Foering. 

1st. Corp. 
Geo. Faguudus. 

2d. Corp. 
Peter Hay. 

3rd. Corp. 
Charles Lesher. 

5th. Corp. 
*Jno. Limeburner. 



Andrews, Abraham. 
Bower, Joshua. 
Brewster, James. 
Breautigam, John. 
Bideman, Jacob. 
Boshart, John. 
Benner, Whiteman. 
Baylen, James. 
Bisbing, George. 
Bidleman, Jacob R. 
Carter, John. 
Clothier, Saml. 
Cramp, John. 
Collar, Michael. 



Private. 

Craft, William. 
Deal, Jacob. 
Dillman, Christian. 
Eager, "William. 
Emmons, Saml. 
Emmurick, Fredk. 
Fisher, Henry. 
Frederickson, John. 
Gable, Daniel. 
German, Vincent. 
Groul, Daniel. 
Hoffman, Samuel. 
Hewston, Robert. 
Hammel, Isaac. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



461 



Hodge, Richard. 
Hymback, Adam. 
Heiss, William. 
Huneker, John. 
Hoeckley, Christian. 
Justice, Joseph P. 
Ireland, Edward. 
Jones, George, absent on 

lough. 
Jefferries, William. 
Keiter, William. 
Kivlin, James. 
Keiter. John. 
Loughberry, John. 
Loughberry, Saml. 
Landell, George. « 
Loughberry, Andw. 
Murphy, Charles. 
Millard, Charles. 
Marks, Saml. 
Nell, John. 
Neil, John. 
Pennington, William. 
Pitcher, Henry. 
Poat, Henry. 
Pickering, Joseph. 
Poat, Christian. 



Rice, Peter. 
Rice, John P., Jr. 
Reever, Henry. 
Rush, Thomas. 
Rhile, Henry. 
*Joseph Swab, 2d Sergt. 
*William Preston, 4th Corpl. 
fur-Sutten, William. 
Sutten^ John. 
Streeten, William. 
Shibe, Casper. 
Sickfrit, Joseph. 
Struley, Joseph. 
Sheetz, Jacob. 
Shermer, Jacob. 
Smith, George F. 
Sheerer, Isaac. 
Seddinger, John. 
Stackhouse, Stephen. 
Tossbsan.-^sTelson. 
Vandusen, Nicholas. 
Vice, David. 
Walters, Philip. 
Wagner, William. 
Williamson, Henry. 
Wellcox, Steph. 
Tegler, George. 

J NO. NAGLEE, Capt. 
A. M. PREVOST, 
Majr. Vol. Arty. U. S. Senr. 

I certify that the Northern Liberty Artillery commanded 
by Captain John Naglee is in the service of the United States 
under orders of the general commanding the 4th Military dis- 
trict. 

THOS. CADWALADER, 
Brig. Genl. Com. 
Camp Dupont, October 1814. 



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Camp Dupont, October 6, 1814. 

We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Volunteer Company of Northern Liberty Artillerist Or- 
ganized into a Battalion under the Command of A. M. Pre- 
vost as the Quota of Militia of the State of Pennsylvania, in 
the service of the United States, under the requisition of the 
President of the 4th of July, 1814, and subsequent thereto, do 
each of us hereby acknowledge to have received severally from 
Daniel Bussier, paymaster of the militia, the sum of six 
dollars, in advance, as part of our additional pay allowed by 
act of Assembly, the said sum of six dollars being paid to 
each of us by order of his excellency the Governor, under the 
act of Assembly of February 22, 1814. 

Under John Nagle — Captain. 



1. George N. Baker. 

2. Joseph Swab. 

3. Joseph Nagle. 

4. Saml. Faring. 

5. Geo. Fagundus. 

6. Peter Hay. 

7. Charles Lesher. 

8. William Preston. 

9. Jno. Limeburner. 

10. Andrew Abraham. 

11. Joshua Bower. 

12. Jas. Brusstar. 

13. John H. Brautigam. 

14. Jacob Bideman. 

15. John Boshart. 

16. Whiteman Benner. 

17. James Boylen. 



1 Sergt. 

2 Sergt. 

3 Sergt. 

4 Sergt. 

1 Corpl. 

2 Corpl. 

3 Corpl. 

4 Corpl. 

5 Corpl. 
Private. 



18. George Bisbing. 

19. Jacob R. Beidelman. 

20. John Carter. 

21. Samuel Clothier. 

22. John Cramp. 

23. Michel CoUor. 

24. William Craft. 

25. Jacob Deal. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



473 



26. Christian Dillman. 

27. William Eager. 

28. Samuel Emmons. 

29. Fredk. Emerick. 

30. Henry Fisher. 

31. John Frederickson. 

32. Daniel Goble. 

33. Vincent German. 

34. Daniel Graiiel. 

35. Samuel Hoffman. 

36. Robert Hewston. 

37. Isaac Hamill. 

38. Richard Hodge. 

39. Adam Himeback. 

40. William Heiss. 

41. John Huncker. 

42. Christian Hockley. 

43. Joseph P. Justice. 

44. Edward Ireland. 

45. George Jones. 

46. William Jeffries. 

47. William Reiter. 

48. James Kivlin. 

49. John Keiter. 

50. John Lofbary. 

51. Samuel Longberry. 

52. George Landell. 

53. Andrew Longberry. 

54. Charles Murphy. 

55. Charles Millard. 

56. Samuel Marks. 

57. John Nell. 



58. John C. Neil. 

59. William Penington. 

60. Henry Pitcher. 

61. Henry Poat. 

62. Joseph Pickering. 

63. Christian Poat. 

64. Peter Rice. 

65. John P. Rice, Jur. 

66. Henry Reaver. 

67. Thomas Rush. 

68. Henry Phile. 

69. William Sutten. 

70. John Sutten. 

71. William Streeton. 

72. Casper Shibe. 

73. Joseph Sickfriet. 

74. Joseph Stricby. 

75. Jacob Sheetz. 

76. Jacob Shermer. 

77. George F. Smith. 

78. Isaac Sheerer. 

79. John Teddinger. 

80. Stephen Stackhouse. 

81. Nelson Tosselon. 

82. Nicholas Vandusen. 

83. David Vice. 

84. Philip Walters. 

85. William Wagner. 

86. Henry Williamson. 

87. Stephen Wilcox. 

88. George Zeigler. 



CAPTAIN JOHN NAGLE'S COMPANY. 

We the subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of a Company, 1st Brigade, Northern Liberty Artillerists 
Militia of the State of Pennsylvania, lately in the service of 
the United States, under the requisition of the President of 
the 4th of July, 1814, and subsequent thereto, do each of us 
hereby acknowledge, to have received severally from Daniel 
Bussier, Paymaster of the Militia, the sum of One Dollar and 
eighty Cents additional pay allowed by act of Assembly in 
Buch case made and provided. 



474 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Names — Remarks. 

1. Abraham Andrews. 

2. Joshua Bowers, on Furlough since 6 Dec. 1814 to work at 
fortifications. 

3. James Bruster. 

4. John Brantigam. 

5. Jacob Bideman. 

6. John Boshart. 

7. Vvhiteman Benner. ^ 

8. James Boylin. 

9. George Bishing. 

10. Jack R. Beidelman. 

11. John Carter, on furlough from Nov. 23d 1814. 

12. Samuel Clothier, on furlough from Nov. 28th 1814, to work 
at fortification. 

13. John Cramp, on furlough from Nov. 2Sth 1814, to work 
at fortification. 

14. Michael Collar. 

15. John Deal, on furlough from Nov. 28th 1814, to work 
at fortification. 

16. Christian Dillman. 

17. William Eager, on furlough from Nov. 28th 1814, to work 
at fortification. 

18. Samuel Emmons. 

19. Frederick Emmerick, on furlough from Nov. 28th 1814, to 
work at fortification. ' 

20. Henry Fisher. 

21. John Frederickson. 

22. George Fagundus. 

23. Daniel Gable. 

24. Daniel Graul. 

25. Vincent German. 

26. Samuel Hoffman, on furlough from Nov. 28th 1814, to work 
at fortification. 

27. Robert Hewston. 

28. Isaac Hammit, on furlough 20 Dec. 1814, to work at forti- 
fication. 

29. Richard Hodge, on furlough 20 Dec. 1814 to work at for- 
tification. 

30. Adam Hymback. 

31. William Heiss. 

32. John Hunneker. 

33. Christian Hoeckley. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 475 

34. Edward Ireland, on furlough 6 Dec. 1814 to work at for- 
tification. 

35. Joseph P. Justice. 

36. George Jpnes. 

37. William Keiter. 

38. William Jefferries. 

39. James Kivlin. 

40. James Keiter. 

41. John Luftberry, on furlough 28 Nov. 1814 to work at for- 
tification. 

42. Samuel Luffberry, ou furlough 28 Nov. 1814 to work at for- 
tification. 

43. Andrew Luffberry, on furlough 28 Nov. 1814 to work at for- 
tification. 

44. Charles Murphy, on furlough 28 Nov. 1814 to work at for- 
tification. 

45. Samuel Marks. 

46. John Nell. 

47. John O'Neil, on furlough 26 Nov. 1814 to work at for- 
tification. 

48. William Penniiiglou, on furlough 28 Nov. 1814 to work 
at fortification. 

49. Henry Pitcher, on furlough 28 Nov. 1814 to work at for- 
tification. 

50. Henry Poat. 

51. Joseph Pickering. 

52. Christian Poat. 

53. George Painter, on furlough 8th Dec. 1814 to work at for. 
tification. 

54. Peter Rice, on furlough 2Sth Nov. 1814 to work at for- 
tification. 

55. John P. Rice, on furlough 28th Nov. 1814 to work at for- 

56. Henry Reaver. 

57. Henry Rhile. ' 

58. William Sutten. 

59. John Sutten. 

60. William Strecten, on furlough 28th Nov. 1814 to work 
at fortification. 

61. Casper Shibe, on furlough 28th Nov. 1814 to work at for- 
tification. 

62. Joseph Sickfret, on furlough 28th Nov. 1814 to work at for- 

tification. 

63. Joseph Streeby. 

64. Jacob Sheetz. 



476 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

65. Jacob Shumer. 

66. George F. Smith. 

67. Isaac Sheerer. 

68. John Seddinger. 

69. Stephen Stackhouse, on Furlough. 

70. Nelson Tossleson, on Furlough. 

71. Nicholas Vandusen. 

72. David Vice, on Furlough 28 Nov. 1814 to work at fortifi- 
cation. 

73. Philip Walter. 

74. William Wagner. 

75. Henry Williamson. 

76. Stephen Willcox. 

77. George Zigler. 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE THIRD COMPANY OF DRAFTED 
MILITIA (MUTILATED) COMMANDENT ALEXANDER 
NEPIER IN THE SERVICE OF THE U. STATES COM- 
MENCING ON THE 25TH OF AUGUST LAST COMMANDED 
BY LIEUTENANT COL. PETER L. BERRY AND FROM 
THE 23RD OF AUGUST WHEN LAST C MUSTERED. 



Rates of appointment or Inlistment 26th August. 
Time engagued or Inlisted 6 months. 

Alexd'r Nepier, Lieut. Comd. 

John P. Fisher, Lieut., On Furlough. 

Samuel Howell, Acting Ensign. 

John Boddy, 1 Sergeant. 

John Kergesheimer, 2 Sergeant. 

Joseph Alexander, 3 Sergeant. 

Vrances Brelsford, 4 Sergeant. 

Tole McManame, 1 Corporal. 

John Day, 2 Corporal. 

Peter a. Trecill, 3 Corporal. 

W'm C. Lippincott, 4 Corporal. 

Privates. 
James Arthur. 
John Bones. 

James Brady, Abso.nt without Leafe. 
Parcel Barrett. 



WAR OP 1812-1814. 477 



James Butler. 

Ellas Broom. 

Hugh Buck. 

Jonathan Coleman. 

W'm H. Collins. 

Phillip Cope. 

Jonathan Cade. 

Darby Conagan. 

Benjamin Croser. 

Jacob Denney. 

David Dennis. 

John Danley. 

Daniel Dager. 

Samuel Force. 

John Frances. 

Joseph Gehart. 

Samuel Hannah. 

Charles Hill. 

Peter Herder. 

Gabriel Hofman, In Cunrnu'iiicnl 

Christopher Hofman, In Coiilliiciu 

James Hammel. 

Richard Jeffres. 

George W. Kennard. 

Henry Loyd. 

Uriah Loper. 

Bernard Macentee. 

James Mills. 

Thomas Manship. 

John McKarraker. 

John Mackneme. 

Samuel McMean. 

Robert Ogden. 

Thos. Pancoast. 

Amos C. Pettit. 

Thos. Rock. 

W'm Rhamp. 

John Smith. 

James Sherkey. 

Michel Stotensbuigh 

Phillip Shaffer. 

James W. Willey. 

Jesse Wells. 

Benjanxin Yeager. 



478 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



John McNuity, Transferee! to Volenteers. 

Joseph Freeland, Transfered to Volenteers. 

Zacariah Bowden, Transfered to Volenteers. 

Jacob Wolf, Discharged by the Lt. Colonel being over age. 

Patrick Gilmore, Transferd to Volenteers. 

Francis Germon, Transferd to the Volenteers. 

John Vivans, Deserted at Camp near Schuylkill. 

Henry Dicks, Transfered to Volunteers. 

Thomas Burk, Deserted on the 11th September. 

James Sixcoe, Transfered to Volunteers. 

George Cooper, Deserted the 14th September. 

We certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits a true 
state of the third Company of the Drafted Militia for the 
period therein mentioned and that the Remarks set opposite 
the Names of the men are accurate and just. 
Signed 
ALEX'R NAPIER, Lieut. Comandent. 

JOHN P. FISHER. Lieutenant. 
I believe the above to be correct. 

PETER L., Lt. Col. 

I certify that the third Company of drafted Militia Com- 
manded by Lieutenant A. Napier is in the Service of the United 
States under orders of the General Commanding 4th Military 
district. 
Camp Dupont, Oct. 7th, 1814. 

THOS. CADWALADER, 
Brig. Gen. Comg. 

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Camp Dupont, October 6th, 1814. 

We the Subscribers and non-commissioned officers and pri- 
vates of the Third Company 1st Detachment 1st Brigade Militia 
under the Command of Lieut. Col P. L. Berry as quota Militia 
of the State of Pennsylvania, in the service of the United 
States, under the requisition of the President of the 4th of 
July 1814, and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby 
acknov/Jedge to have received severally from Daniel Bussier, 
paymaster of the Militia, the sum of six dollars, in advance, as 
part of our additional pay allowed by act of Assembly, the 
said sum of six dollars being paid to each of us by order of his 
excellency the Governor, under act of Assembly of February 
22, 1814. In Command of Lieutenant Alex'r Napier. 

John Boddy, 1 Sergt. 
John Hergesheimer, 2 Sergt. 
Ja's Alexander, 3 Sergt. 
Francis Brelsford, 4 Sergt. 
Tole McManame, 1 Corpo. 
John Day, 2 Corpo. 
Peter A. Tryall, 3 Corpo. 
W'm C. Lippincott, 4 Corpo. 

Privates. 
James Arthur. 
John Bones. 
James Bradly. 
Pearcell Barrett. 
James Butler. 
Elias Broom. 
Hugh Buck. 
Jonathan Coleman. 

W'm H. Collins, Pay stopped, afterwards pardoned. 
Philip Cope. 
Jonathan Cade. 
Derby Conegan. 
Benjamin Crozier. 
Jacob Denny. 
David Davis. 
John Danley. 
Daniel Dagan. 
Samuel Force. 
John Francis. 



480 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Joseph Gilbert. 

Samuel Hannah. 

Charles Hill. 

Peter Herder. 

Gabriel Hofman. 

Christopher Hofman. 

James Hammel. 

Richard Jeffries. 

George M. Kennard. 

Henry Loyd. 

Enah Loper. 

Bernard Macenler, Ed'w P. Jones Pay Stopped. Afterward.? 

Pardoned. 
James Mills. 
Thomas Manship. 
John McKarraher. 
John McNamee. 
Sam'l McMinn. 
Robert Ogden. 
John Ogden. 
Thos. Pancoast. 
Remie C. Pettit. 
Jos. Roch. 
W'm Rhamp 
John Smith. 
James Sherkey. 
Michl. Stotseubury. 
Phillip Shaffer. 
James H. Willey. 
Jesse Willes. 
Benjamin Yeager. 
John McNultz, Transferred. 
Joseph Freeland, Transferred. 

Zachariah Bowden, Transferred. ' 

Jacob Wolf, discharged. 
Patrick Gilmore, Transferred. 
Francis German, Transferred. 
John Vivans, deserted. 
Henry Dicks, Transferred. 
Thoma-s-Burk, deserted. 
James Sinoe, Transferred. 
George Cooper, deserted. 
Jno. C. Herman. 
Edw. P. Jones. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



481 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY UNDER 
THE COMMAND OF CAPT. DANIEL OLDENBERGH IN 
THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES COMMANDED 
BY COL. C. C. BIDDLE OF THE FIRST REGT. P. VOLUN- 
TEERS. 



Commencement of Service Augt. 27tli, 1814. 

When last Mustered, Inspected & Discharged, Jan. 4th, 1S15. 

Captain. 
Daniel Oldenberg. 

Lieuts. 
1st. George G. Wright. 2d. John Snyder. 

Ensign. 
Richard Fawkes. 

Orderly Serjt. 
Walter Allison. 



1st. Robert McClure. 
2nd. Kenneth McCoy. 



Serjeants. 

3rd. John Wile. 

4th. Charles Colladay. 



Corporals'. 
1st. Benjamin Eraerick. 3rd. Francis Savoy. 

2nr. Edward Buckingham. 4th. David Snyder. 



Pri 
Charles Bastian. 
John Butcher. 
William Bates. 
Henry Bolen. 
Joseph Bucker. 
James Broadnix. 
Maurice Brown. 
William Blair. 
George E. Clark. 
George Clark. 
Chales Cable. 
Peter Critz. 

31— Vol. VIII— 6th Ser. 



vates. 
Christopher Countryman. 
William Course. 
Robert Davis. 
Ellis Evens. 
Henry Finn. 
John Frazier. 
Benjamin Hall. 
Henry Hute. 
Danl. Hassel. 
Andrew Harman. 
Henry Hulan. 
William Hamilton. 



482 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



John Hollick. 
Edward Mullock. 
George Kirkland. 
Benjm. Kellam. 
Daniel Linch. 
John Lincoln. 
Jacob Marker. 
Philip Marker. 
John Morris. 
George Makeson. 
Henry Makeson. 
Conrad Mark. 
John Morgan. 
Henry Mires. 
Daniel Markarahar. 
Samuel Olwine. 
Edward Paskel. 



David Rambow. 
Jacob Kitting. 
Samuel Sinclear. 
John Shuster. 
Thos. Smith. 
John Spregle. 
John Scrivinger. 
Joseph Stevens. 
John Sifert. 
Peter Thompson. 
Richard Tichner. 
John Turner. 
John Wright. 
Alex. Wattles. 
Thos. Wray. 
Daniel Stinger. 
William Weaver. 



We certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits a true 
state of Capt. Danl. Oldenbergh Company of Infantry in the 
First Regt. P. Volunteers for the period therein mentioned and 
that the Remarks set opposite the names are accurate and 
just. 

DANL. OLDENBERGH, 
Capt. I. Volunteers. 
CLEMENT C. BIDDLE, 
Colonel 1st Regt P. V. 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE INDEPENDENT VOLUNTEERS 
CAPT. OLDENBURGH, OF THE FIRST REGIMENT 
PENN. VOLUNTEERS, COMMANDED BY COL. C. BIDDLE 
NOW IN THE SERVICE OP THE U. STATES. 



Capt. 
Daniel Oldenbergh. 

1st Lieut. 
George G. Wright. 



2nd Lieut. 
John Snyder. 



WAR OF ISl 2-1814. 

Ensign. 
Richard Fawlies. 

Orderly Serjt. 
Walter Allison. 

Serjeants. 
1st. Robert McCIure. 3rd. John Wile. 

2d. Kennett McKoy. 4th. Charles Coladay. 

Corporals. 
1st. Benjamin Emerick, abs. sick in Phila. 
2d. Edward Buckingham. 
3rd. Fl-ancis Savoy. 
4th. David Snyder. 

Privates. 
Charles Bastian. 
John Butcher. 
William Blair, 
William Bates. 
Henry Boleu. 
Joseph Bucher. 
James Broadnix. 
Maurice Brown. 
Peter Critz. 
Charles Cable. 
Christian Countryman. 
George Clark. 
George E. Clark. 
William Course. 
John Delany. 
Robert Davis. 
Ellis Evans. 
Henry Finn. 
John Frazier. 
Henry Hute. 
Andrew Harman. 
Daniel Hassell. 
Benjamin Hall. 
Henry Huland. 

Thomas Hamilton, on Furlough. 
Benjamin Kellum. 
George Kirkland, on Furlough. 
Jacob Kettering. 



484 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Daniel McKaraher. 

Daniel Lj-neh. 

John Linkhorn. 

Philip Marker, in confinement. 

Jacob Marker. 

Henry Meyers. 

John Morgan. 

Saml. Olewine. 

Edward Paschall. 

David Rambow, on furlough. 

John Scriminger. 

John Spreigle. 

John Siferd. 

Daniel Stinger. 

John Stevens. 

Thomas Smith. 

John Shuster. 

Samuel Sinclair. 

Charles Speck. 

Richard Titchner. 

Peter Thompson. 

John Turner. 

William Weaver. 

Alexander Wattles. 

Thomas Wray. 

John Wright. 

Mackiston. 

Mackiston, sick tn hospital. 

Conrad Mack, on command at Wilmington. 

We do Certify that the above is a correct Muster Roll of the 
Independent Volunteers. 

DANL. OLDENBERGH, 
Capt. I. Volunteers. 
I believe this Muster Roll to be Correct. 

CONDY RAQUET, Lt. Col., 
1 Reg. P. V. 

I Certify that the Independent Volunteers commanded by 
Captain D. Oldenburgh is in the service of the United States 
under orders of the General commanding 4th Military district. 

TH03. CADWALADER, 
Brig. Genl. Comg. 
CamiT Dupcr.t, October, 1814, 



WAR OF 1S12-1814. 
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tPhiladelphia 



Diipont, October 7, 1814. 

We the Subscribers, noii-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Volunteer company of Independent Volunteers 1st Regi- 
ment of Pennsylvania Volunteers commanded by C. C. Biddle. 
Colonel, as quota Militia of the State of Pennsylvania, in the 
service of the United States, under the requisition of the Presi- 
dent of the 4th of July 1814, and subsequent thereto, do each of 
us hereby acknowledge to have received severally from Daniel 
Bussier, pay-master of the Militia, the sum of six dollars, in 
advance, as part of our additional pay allowed by act of 
Assembly, the said sum of six dollars being paid to each of us 
by order of his excellency the Governor, under act of Assembly 
of February 22, 1814. 

Under command of Captain Danl. Oldenburgh. 



Walter Allison, 1st Sergt. 
Robert McClure, 2d Sergt. 
Kennett McKoy, 3rd Sergt. 
John Wile, 4th Sergt. 
Charles Coloday, 5th Sergt. 
Benj'rn Emerick, 1st Corpl. 
Edward Buckingham, 2d Corpl. 
Francis Savoy, 3rd Corpl. 
David Snyder, 4th Corpl. 
Charles Bastian. 
William Blair. 



486 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Privates. 
John Butcher. 
William Bates. 
Henry Bolen. 
Joseph Bucher. 
James Broadwine. 
Maurice Brown. 
Peter Critz. 
Charles Cabe. 

Christian Countryman, on forlough. 
George Clark. 
George E. Clark. 
William Course. 
John Delany. 
Robert Davis. 
Ellis Evans. 
Henry Finn. 
John Frazier. 
Henry Hute. 
Andrew Harmon. 
Daniel Hassell. 
Benjamin Hall. 
Henry Huland. 
Thos. Hamilton. 
Benj'n Kellum. 
George Kirkham. 
Jacob Kittering. 
D. C. McKaraher. 
Daniel Lynch. 
John Lincoln. 
Philip Marker. 
Jacob Marker. 
Henry Meyers. 
John Morgan. 
John Morris. 
Saml. Oldwine. 
Edward Paschall. 
David Rambow. 
John Scriminger. 
John Spreigle. 
John Siferd. 
Daniel Stinger. 
Joseph Stevens. 
Thomas Smith. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 487 



John Shuster. 

Samuel Sinclair. 

Charles Speck. 

Rich'd Titchner. 

Peter Thompson. 

Benjn. Turner. 

William Weaver. 

Alex'r Wattly. 

Thomas Wray. 

John Wright. 

Henry Makemson. 

George Makemson. 

Conrad Mack, on command at Wilmington. 



Camp Dupont, November 13th, 1814. 

A TRUE LIST OF CAPTAIN JOHN OTTIS VOLUNTEER 
RIFLE COMPANY OF THE 2ND COMP'Y 1ST BATTALION 
UNDER THE COMMAND OF CONOL. THOMAS HUMPHRY. 



Captain. 
John Ott. 

Lieut. 
Joseph Wild. 

Ensign. 
Casper Jumgerd. 

1st Sergen. 
Frederick Wittman. 

2nd Sergen. 
Jacob Knipply, 

3rd Sergen. 
Matias ose. 

4th Sergen. 
Peter Wind. 

1st Corporal. 
Thomas Jennos. 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

2nd Corporal. 
Elias Haller. 

3rcl Corporal. 

Melcher Hearliue. 

4th Corporal. 

William Fogel. 

1st Lugel. 

Henry Weber. 

2 Drummer. 

Philip Jacoby. 

3 Fifer. 
Earhard Weber. 



1. Privat, Peter Shaper. 

2. Privat, Daniel Nederouer. 

3. Privat, Philip Heager. 

4. Privat, Philip Jacoby. 

5. Privat, John Brown. 

6. Privat, Jacob Gomgher. 

7. Privat, Frederick Stoll. 

8. Privat, John Hofmau. 

9. Privat, Matias Dotra. 
iu. Privat, Semiiel Paul. 

11. Privat, John Trapp. 

12. Privat, Philip Beuhaker. 

13. Privat, Daniel Romick. 

14. Privat, Henry Meuer. 

15. Privat, John Henn. 

16. Privat, John Gererd. 

17. Privat, Daniel Ganghear. 

18. Privat, John Loskerge. 

19. Privat, Lenard Rigenbach. 

20. Privat, Peter Buchaker. 

21. Privat, Simon Shafar. 

22. Privat, Henry Mustaller. 

23. Privat, Henry Bouter. 

24. Privat, George Trapp. 

25. Privat, Philip Hearline. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 489 

26. Privat, Peter Weber. 

27. Privat, Peter Wild. 

This is a true List of all the Men in my Company. 

JOHN OTT, Captain. 
November 13th, 1814. 

THOMAS HUMPHRY. 

I do Certify on Honor that the Company commanded by 
Captain John Ott is in the service of the United States under 
the command of the Gen'l Com'dy the Fourth Military Dis- 
tract. 

THO'S CADWALADER, 
Camp Dupont, Nov'r 26th, 1814. 

Brig. Gen. ^omp'y advance L. B. 



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MUSTER ROLL OB^ THE 1ST COMPANY OF DRAFTED 
MILITIA JAMES PERLE CAPTAIN IN THE SERVICE OF 
THE U. S. FIRST BATTALION FIRST DETACHMENT UN- 
DER THE COMAND OF COL. PETER L. BERRY FROM 
AUGUST 26TH 1814 WHEN LAST MUSTERED TO . 



Engaged for six months. 
Names — Remarks. 

Capt. 
Perle, James. 

Actg. Lieut. 
Hannah, William. 

Actg. Ens. 
Regnault, George. 

Sergt. 

1. Byrne, Patrick. 

2. Bradenbough, Valt. 

3. Flecher, Joshua. 

4. George, Israel. 

Corpl. 

1. Frederick, Phillip. 

2. McCarthy, Charles. 
3. Houtzell, John. 

Privates. 

Berisford, R. H. 

Bartram, David. 

Brotherton, John. 

Brevard, William. 

Bowen, Clement. 

Beackley, William. 

Biggard, James. 

Cassedy, Humphrey. 

Clark, Robert, Sick absent with leave. 

Campbell, John. 

Corman, William. 



WAR OF 1S12-1814. 507 



Dowden, T. C. 

Decart, Jacob, Sick. 

Dicks, Barkly. 

Dolman, John. 

Evil, John. 

Eveland, William. 

Estwig, Henry. 

Flowers, George 

Fry, John. 

Greer, Joseph. 

Hassett, Edward, Sick. 

Hunt, James. 

Hight, Charles. 

Lewis, Joseph, Absent without leave. 

Little, Elija. 

Link, Frederick. 

Lippincott, William. 

Matthews, John. 

Murphy, William. 

McElroy, William. 

McGlincy, John. 

Donald, Manas. 

Phillips, Roland. 

Price, William. 

Pricket, Richard. 

Penston, James. 

Rooth, George. 

Revill, Adam. 

Story, Jeremia. 

Stokely, P. 

Sourmau, J. P., Absent without leave. 

Stewart, James. 

Schaffer, Peter. 

Schllatter, J. J. 

Simons, John. 

Swartz, Cutlep. 

Taylor, Charles. 

Trexler, Jacob. 

Vanosdal, Jacob. 

Williams, Samuel. 

Walker, William. 

Walnut, J. W. 

Wharton, F. 

Wescoat, Charles. 

Young, R. 



508 



PEN^i3YLVA^'IA VOLUNTEERS. 



Barger, William, Joined a volunteer compy. 

Cross, John H., Joined a volunteer compy. 

Caldwell, Joined a volunteer compy. 

Elsv/orth, G. D., Joined a volunteer compy. 

Gilfry, William, Deserted. 

Lehman, Francis, Deserted. 

Stinger, Daniel, Joined a volunteer compy. 

Wister, Samuel, Joined a volunteer compy. 

West, John, Deserted. 

Ross, Samuel, Joined a volunteer compy. 

John J. Ettwin. 

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We certify on honor that this muster roll exhibits a true 
state of the first company of Drafted Militia of the First 
Battalion of D. M. for the period therein mentioned and that 
the remarks set opposite the names of the men are accurate 
& just. 

JAMES PERL, Capt 1 Company. 
I believe the above corect. 

PETER L. BERRY, Lt. Col. 

I certify that the First Company of Militia commanded by 
Captain Perle is in the United States under orders of the 
General commanding the 4th Military District. 

THOS. CADWALADER, 
Brig. Ins. Com. 
Camp Dupont, October 7, 1814. 



WAR Oi'' 1812-1814. 



509 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE FIRST COMPANY DRAFTED 
MILITIA UNDER THE COMMAND OP CAPT'N JAMES 
PBRLE OF THE FIRST BRIGADE, FIRST DIVISION, P. 
M. LATELY IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES, 
COMMANDED BY LIEUT. COL. PETER L. BERRY FROM 
THE 23D OF NOVEMBER 1814 TO THE 2D OF JANUARY 
1815. WHEN LAST MUSTERED AND THAT DAY DIS- 
CHARGED BY ORDER OF GENERAL CADWALADER. 
PAID TO THE 26 NOVEMBER BY DANIEL BUSSIER. 




Capt. 
James Perle 

1st Lieut. 
Wm. Forgrave, 

2nd Lieut. 
Wm. Hanna 

Ensign. 
Charles Taylor, 

Sergts. 
Valentine Breidenbaugh, 

Israel George 

Wm. Bovard 

I. Hergesheimer 

Corporals. 

Philip Frederick 

John Houtzell, 

liobert Ogden 

John Alexander 

Privates. 

.Tames Arthur 

Clement R. Bowen 

James Biggard 

F. Brelsford 

Klias Broom 

Pavid Bartram 

John Erotlierton 

George Blume 

George Cost 

Humphrey Cassady, 

John Campbell 



Aug. 20, ISH. 



Aug. 20, 1S14. 



Aug. 20, 1S14. 

Aug. 20, 1S14. 

Aug. 20, 1S14. 

Aug. 20, ISl'l. 



Aug. 20, nii. 

Aug. 20, 1S14. 

Aug. 20, 1S14. 

Aug. 20. 1SI4. 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



1S14. 
1814. 
1S14. 
ISU. 
1S14 . 
1S14. 



1814. 

1S14. 
1S14. 



On Extra Duty by 
Gsn'l Blormfitld. 



510 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE FIRST COMPANY DRAFTED 
MILITIA UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPT'N JAMES 
PERLE.— Continued. 



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Aug 


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Aug. 


20, 


1814. 


Aug. 


20, 


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Aug. 


20, 


1814, 


Aug. 


20, 


1814. 


Aug. 


20, 


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Aug. 


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Aug. 


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Aug. 


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^ug. 


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Aug. 


20, 


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Aug. 


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Aug. 


20, 


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Aug. 


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Aug. 


20, 


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Aug. 


20, 


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Aug. 


20, 


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20, 


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Aug. 


20, 


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Aug. 


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Aug. 


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Aug. 


20, 


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Aug. 


20, 


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Aug. 


20, 


1S14. 


Aug. 


20, 


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Aug. 


20, 


ISH. 



\Vm. Cornman 

Jonathan Coleman, 

Michael Coles 

Robert Clark 



T. C. Douden, ... 
Jacob Dickhart, . 
Hartley Dicks, ... 
John Dallman, ... 

David Davis 

Manes O' Donald, 
Wm. Evaland, . . . 
Henry Estwick, . 
Thomas Edwards, 

James E'spey 

Jacob Eitwine, ... 



George Flowers, .. 

Samuel Foree 

John Fry 

Joshua Fletcher, . 

Joseph Greer 

F. Good 

James Hunt 

Charles Hight 

Gabriel Hoffman, 
Christian Hoffman, 

Peter Hurder 

Edward Hassett, .. 
George Kennard, .. 

Elijah Little 

Frederick Link, — 
Wm. Lippencott, . . 
Pery Leatherberry, 

Joseph Lewis 

Wm. McElroy 

Joseph N. Mace, . .. 
John McGlincy 



John Matthews, . 
Samuel McMane. 
John McNamee. . 
Rowland Philips. 
Richard Prickett, 
George Rooth, ... 



discharaged 14th day of Nov. 
1814. 



On Extra duty by order of Gen- 
eral Bloomfield and recfeivlr.g 
pay for his work. 



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discharged 2d Derember for dis- 
orderly conduct. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



511 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE FIRST COMPANY DRAFTED 
MILITIA UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPT'N JAMBS 
PERLE.— Continued. 









Aug. 


-0, 


ISM. 


Aug. 


20, 


1S14. 


Aug. 


20, 


1S14. 


Aug. 


20, 


1S14. 


Aug. 


20, 


1814. 


Aug. 


20, 


1814. 


Aug. 


20, 


1S14. 


Aug. 


20, 


1S14. 


Aug. 


20, 


1S14. 


Aug. 


20, 


1814. 


Aug. 


20, 


1814. 


Aug. 


20, 


1814. 


Aug. 


20, 


1814. 


Aug. 


20, 


1S14. 


Aug. 


20, 


1814. 


Aug. 


20, 


1S14. 


Aug. 


20, 


1S14, 


Aug. 


20, 


1S14. 


Aug. 


20. 


ISU. 


Aug. 


20, 


1S14. 


Aug. 


2C, 


1814. 


Aug. 


20, 


1814. 


Aug. 


20. 


1814. 


Aug. 


20, 


1814. 



J. Q. Russell, .... 

Adam Rivall 

Howard Russell, . 
George Regnault, 
Peter Schaeffer, . 
Jeremiah Story. . 
Prettymor Stokely, 
James Stewart, .. 

John Simons 

Gctleib Swartz, .. 
J. P. Sourman, .. 
Philip Schaeffer. . 

John Striker 

John Smith, 

Jacob Trexler 

P. A. Tryall 

Fishburn "WTiarton 
Samuel Williams, 

Wm. Walker 

J. Q. Walnut, 

Philip Wardle 

Benjamin Yeager, 

Jacob Young, 

George Ricketts, . 



dead 9th Novenibe 



We Certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits a true 
statement of the first company of Drafted Militia Lately in 
the service of the United States for the period therein men- 
tioned and the remarks set opposite the names of the men are 
accurate and Just. 

JAMES PERLE, Capt. 
Philad'a, January 31st 1S16. 

I certify that the foregoing muster Roll to be just and true. 

WM. BOZORTH, 
Major Commanding. 



512 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE FIRST COMPANY DRAFTED 
MILITIA UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPT. JAMES 
PERLE OF THE FIRST BRIGADE, FIRST DIVISION P. 
M. IN THE SERVICE OF THE U. STATES, COMMANDED 
BY LIEUT. COL. PETER L. BERRY FROM THE 23RD. 
NOVEMBER WHEN LAST MUSTERED, TO THE 2D JAN- 
UARY 1815 INCLUSIVE. 




Capt. 
James Perle, 



1st Lieut. 
Wm. Forgrave, 



2nd. Lieut. 
Wm. Hanna 



Ensign. 
Chas. Taylor, . 



Sergeants. 
1st. Breidenbaugh, Val. 
2nd. George, Israel, ... 
3rd. Bovord, William,.. 
4th. Hargeshiemer, I. , . 

Corporals. 
1st. Frederick, Phillir 
2nd. Houtzell, John, . 
3rd. Ogden, Robt., .. 
4th. Alexander, John, 
5th. Pancost, F. T., 



Privates. 

Arthur, James 

Bower, R. Clem't, . 
Biggard, James, ... 

Brelsford, F 

Broom, Elias 

Bartram, David, ... 
Brotherton, John, . 

Blume, George 

Cast, George 

Cassady, Humphry, 

Campble, John 

Cornman, Will'm, 
Coleman, Jonathan, 
Coles, Michael, — 



Aug. 25, 1814, 6 months. 

Aug. 25, 1S14, I 6 months. 

Aug. 25, 1814, I 6 months. 

Aug. 25, 1814, I 6 months. 



Aug. 25, 1814, 

Aug. 25, 1814, 

Aug. 25, 1814, 

Aug. 25, 1814, 



Aug. 25. 1814, 

Aug. 25, 1S14, 

Aug. 25, 1S14, 

Aug. 25, 1S14, 

Aug. 25, 1814, 



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Aug. 25, 1S14, 
Aug. 25, 1814, 
Aug. 25, 1814, 
Aug. 25, 
Aug. 25, 
Aug. 25, 
Aug. 25, 
Aug. 25, 
Aug. 25, 1814, 
Aug. 25, 1814, 
Aug. 25, lSa4, 
Aug. 25, 1814, 
Aug. 25. 1S14, 



1814, 
1814, 
1814, 
1814, 
1814. 



6 months. 
6 months. 
6 months. 
6 months. 



6 months. 
6 months. 
6 months. 
6 months. 
6 months. 



6 months. 
G months. 
G months. 
G months. 
6 months. 
6 months. 
6 montlis. 
6 months. 
6 months. 
6 months. 
6 months. 
6 months. 
6 months. 
6 months. 



wilhuut leuvt 



discharged 14th No\ 



WAR GF 1S12-1S14. 



51^ 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE FIRST COMPANY DRAFTED 
MiLITIA UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPT'N JAMES 
FERLE— Continued. 





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EH 







Clark, Robert 


Aug. 
Aug. 


-'5, 


1814, 
1S14, 


6 months, 
6 months. 




Douden, C. T 




Dickart, Jacob 


Aug. 


2.^, 


1S14, 


6 months. 




Dicks, Hartley 


Aug. 


25, 


1S14, 


6 months. 




DoUman, John 


Aug. 


25, 


1S14, 


6 months. 


Absent without leave. 


Davis, David, 


Aug. 


25, 


1814, 


6 months. 




Donald, O. Manus 


Aug. 


25, 


1814, 


6 months. 




E\-aland, Will'm 


Aug. 


25, 


1S14, 


6 months. 




Eastwick, Henry 


Aug. 


25, 


1814, 


6 months. 


Absent without leave. 


Edwards, Thomas 


Aug. 


25, 


1814. 


6 months. 




Espey 


Aug. 


25, 


1814, 


6 months. 


on extry duty by order 












of Gen'l Bloonifield. 


Etwine, Jacob 


Aug. 


25, 


1S14, 


6 months. 




Flowers, George, 


Aug. 


25, 


1814, 


6 months. 




Force, Samuel, ...<i... 


Aug. 


25, 


1814, 


6 months. 




Fry, John 


Aug. 


25, 


J 814, 


6 months. 




Fletcher, Joshua 


Aug. 


25, 


1814, 


6 months. 


Reduc'd from a Sergt 
2d Nov. 


Greer, Joseph 


AUET. 


L'.5. 


1814. 


6 months. 




Good, F 


AUr;. 




1814, 


6 months. 




Hunt, James, 


Aug. 


25, 


1814, 


6 months. 




Hight, Charles 


.A.ug. 


25, 


1S14, 


6 months. 




Hoffman, Gabriel , . 


Aug. 


25, 


m.i. 


6 months. 




Hoffm-an, Chrisfn 


Aug. 


25, 


1814, 


6 months. 




Hurder, Peter 


Aug.- 


25. 


18.14. 


6 months. 




Hassett, Edward 


Aug. 


"5, 


1814, 


6 months. 




Kennard, George 


Aug. 


25, 


J 814, 


6 m.cnths. 




Little, Elija 


Au;--. 


-5. 


1814, 


6 m.onths. 




Link, Frederick 


Au?. 




1814. 


6 months. 




Lippincctts, Wm 


Au,-. 


-0. 


I.?ii4, 


6 months. 




Leatherberry, Perry, . 


-A Lit?. 




1.S14, 


6 months. 




Lewis, Joseph 


• ■■u:?. 


2S, 


1814. 


6 months. 




McElroy, Wm 


.-■-II."-. 




18^4, 


6 months. 




McGlincey, John 


Aug. 


2a, 


1S14, 


6 months. 


discharged 2d Desseni 
ber. 


Mace, N. Joseph 


Auv. 


"':. 


IS; 4. 


6 months. 




Mathews, John 


Aug. 


25, 


1S;4. 


6 months. 




McMan. Samuel, 


Aur. 


?c. 


IS- 4, 


6 months. 




McNamee, John 


Aug. 


25, 


1814, 


6 months. 




Phillips, Rowland, ... 


Aug. 


25 


18-14, 


6 months. 




Prickett, Richard 


Au!T. 


25, 


1814, 


e months. 




Rcoth, George 


Aug. 


25, 


1S],4, 


6 months. 


^ 


Russell, W. J., 


Aug. 


25. 


18)14, 


6 months. 




Rivell, Adam 


Aug. 
Aug. 


25, 


1814, 


6 months 




Rus-^el'l, Howard 


25, 


lSrl4, 


6 months. 




Regnault, George 


Aug. 


25, 


1814, 


6 months. 




33— Vol. VIII- 


-6th 


Ser. 







514 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



MLSTER ROLL OF THE FIRST COMPANY DRAFTED 
MlLniA UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPT'N JAMES 
PERLE.— Continued. 



is 




Aug. 


25, 


1S14, 


Aus. 


25, 


1814, 


Auff. 


25, 


1S14, 


Aug. 


25, 


1814, 


Aug. 


25, 


1814, 


Aug. 


25, 


1814, 


Aug. 


25, 


1S14, 


Aug. 


25, 


1814, 


Aug. 


25, 


1814, 


Aug. 


25, 


1814. 


Au^ 


25, 


1814, 


Aug. 


-5, 


1814, 


Aug. 


25, 


1814, 


Aug. 


25, 


1814, 


Aug. 


25. 


1814, 


Aug. 


25, 


1814, 


Aug. 


25 


1814, 


Aug. 


25, 


1814, 


Aug. 


25 


1814, 


Aug. 


25 


1814, 



fchaefiVr. Peter, .. 
Ptory, Jerimiah, . 
Stokely, Prettyma 
Stewart, James, . 
Simons, .John, ... 
Swartz, Gotleib, . 
Soucrman, P. J., 
Shaeffer, Phillip, 
Striker, John, ... 

Smith, John 

Trexler, Jacob, . . 

Tryall. A. P 

Wharton, Fishbui 
Williams. Samuel 
Walker. William. 
Walnut, W. J., .. 
Wordle, Phillip, . 
Yager, Benjamin, 
Young, Jacob, ... 
Rickett, George, , 



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6 months. 
6 months. 
6 months. 
6 months. 
6 months. 
6 months. 
6 months. 
6 months. 
6 months. 
6 months. 
6 months. 
6 months, 
6 months. 
C months. 
6 months. 
6 months. 
6 months. 
6 months. 



dead since 9th Nov. 
Enlisted 17th Day Dec. 



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5 


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We certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits a true 
state of the 1st Compy. Drafted Militia in the service of the 
United States for the period therein mentioned, and that 
the remarlis set opposite the names of the men are accurate 
and just. 

JAMES PERLE, Capt. 

WILLIAM FORGRAVE, Lut. 

WM. HANNA, 2d Lieut. 

CHAS. TAYLOR, Ensign. 



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Camp Dupont, October 5th, 1814. 

We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the First Company, 1st Detachment, 1st Brigade Militia 
under L. Collonel P. L. Berry as quota Militia of the State of 
Pennsylvania in the service of the United States, under the 
requisition of the President of the 4th of July 1814, and sub- 
sequent thefeto, do each of us hereby acknowledge to have 
received severally from Daniel Bussier, paymaster of the Mil- 
itia, the sum of six dollars, in advance, as part of our addi- 
tional pay allowed by act of Assembly, the said sum of six 
dollars being paid to each of us by order of his excellency 
the Governor, under act of Assembly of February 22, 1814. The 
said Company being Commanded by Captain J. Perle. • 



Names — Remarks. 

1 Sergent. 

2 Sergent. 

3 Sergent. 

4 Sergent. 

1 Corpol. 

2 Corpol. 

3 Corpol. 



1. Patrick Byrne. 

2. V. Bradenbough. 

3. Joshua Flecher. 

4. Israel George. 

5. Phillip Frederick. 

6. Charly McCarthy. 

7. John Houtzell. 

Private. 

8. R. H. Berisford, Transferred. 

9. David Bartram. 

10. John Brotherton. 

11. William Brevard. 

12. Clement Bowen. 

13. William Beackly. 

14. James Biggard. 

15. Humphrey Cassedy. 

16. Robert Clark. 

17. John Campbell. 

18. William Corman. 

19. T. C. Dowden. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 529 

20. Jacob Decart. 

21. Barkly Dicks. 

22. John Dolman. 

23. John Evil, Transferred to Capt. Bachs flying Artillery. 

24. William Eveland. 

25. Henry Estwig. 

26. George Flowers. 

27. John Fry. 

28. Joseph Gear. 

29. Edward Hassell. 

30. James Hunt. 

31. Charles Hight. 

32. Joseph Lewis. 

33. Elijah Little. 

34. Frederick Link. 

35. William Lippincott. 

36. John Matthews. 

37. William Murphy. 
3S. William MeElroy. 

39. John McGlinsey. 

40. Many O'Donald. 

41. Roland Phillips. 
12. William Price. 
43. Richard Pricket. 

14. James Pension. 

15. George Rooth. 
4G. Adam Revill. 

47. Jeremiah Story. 

48. P. Stokely. 

49. J. P. Sourman. 

50. Joseph Stewart. 

51. Peter Shaffer. 

52. J. J. Schlatter. 

53. John Simons. 

54. Cutlip Swatz. 

55. Charly Taylor. 

56. Jacob Trexler. 

57. Jacob Vanosdel. 

58. Samuel Williams. 

59. William Walker. 

60. J. W. Walnut. 

61. F. Wharton. 

62. Charles Weycoat. 

63. R. Young. 

34— Vol. vni— 6th Ser. 



530 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

64. William Barger, Transferred 2 guards. 

65. John H. Cross, Transferred Capt. Brown. 

66. L. Caldwell, Transferred Capt. Brown. 

67. G. D. Elsworth, Transferred Capt. Brown. 

68. William Gilfry, deserted, 

69. Francis Selman, deserted. 

70. Daniel Stinger, Transferred. 

71. Samuel Wester, Transferred. 

72. John West, deserted. 

73. Samuel Ross, Transferred Capt. Brown. 

74. Geo. Regault. 

75. John J. Elevins. 



CAPT. JAMES PERLE'S COMPANY 

We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the 1st Company, 1st Brigade, Drafted Militia of the State 
of Pennsylvania, lately in the service of the United States, 
under the requisition of the President of the 4th of July, 1814, 
and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby acknowledge 
to have received severally from Daniel Bussier, Paymaster 
of the Militia, the sum of two dollars & fifty three cents ad- 
ditional pay allov/ed by act of Assembly in such case made 
and provided. 



Names. 



1. Valentine Breidenbaugh. 17. George Blume. 

2. Israel George. IS. George Cost. 

3. William Bovard. 19. Humphrey Cassady. 

4. John Hargesheimer. 20. John Campbell. 

5. Philip Frederick. 21. Wm. Ernman. 

6. John Houtzell. 22. Jonathan Coleman. 

7. Robert Ogden. 23. Michael Coles. 

8. John Alexander. 24. Robert Clark. 

9. T. F. Pancost. 25. T. C. Dowden. 

10. James Arthur. 26. Jacob Dickhart. 

11. Clement R. Bowen. 27. Bartly Dicks. 

12. James Biggard. 28. John Dallman. 

13. F. Brelsford. 29. David Davis. 

14. Ellas Brown. 30. Manes O'Donald. 

15. David Bartram. 31. Wm. Evaland. 

16. John Brotherton. 32. Henry Estwick. 



WAR OF 1812-1S14. 



531 



33. Thomas Edwards. 

34. James Espey. 

35. Jacob Etwine. 

36. George Flowers. 

37. Samuel Force. 

38. John Fry. 

39. Joshua Fletcher. 

40. Joseph Greer. 

41. F. Good. 

42. James Hunt. 

43. Charles Might. 

44. Gabriel Hoffman. 

45. Christian Hoffman. 

46. Peter Hurder. 

47. Edward Hassett. 

48. George Kennard. 

49. Elijah Little. 

50. Frederick Link. 

51. Wm. Lippencott. 

52. Pery Leatherberry. 

53. Joseph Lewis. 

54. William McElroy. 

55. Joseph N. Mace. 
r6. John McGlincy. 

57. John Mathews. 

58. Samuel McMane. 

59. John McNamee. 



60. Rowland Philips. 

61. Richard Prichett. 

62. George Rooth. 

63. J. W. Russell. 

64. Adam Rivall. 

65. Howard Russell. 

66. George Regnault. 

67. Peter Shaeffer. 

68. Jeremiah Story. 

69. Prettymor Stokely. 

70. James Stewart. 

71. John Simons. 

72. Gotleib Swartz. 

73. I. P. Sowrman. 

74. Phillip Schaeffer. 

75. John Strieker. 

76. John Smith. 

77. Jacob Trexler. 

78. P. A. Tryall. 

79. Fishburn Tharton. 

80. Samuel William. 

81. William Walker. 

82. L W. Walnut. 

83. Philip Wardle. 

84. Benjamin Yeager. 

85. Jacob Young. 

86. George Richetts. 



532 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OB' VOLUNTEERS UNDER 
THE COMMAND OP THOMAS F. PLEASANTS IN THE 
1ST REGIMENT OF VOLUNTEERS COMMANDED BY COL. 
CLEMENT C. BIDDLE. 




Captain. 
Thomas F. Pleasants 



Lieuts. 
1st.— John C. Montgomery, 
2d.— Francis W. Rawle. ... 



Ensign. 
Richard Biddle, 



Sergeants. 
1st. — John B. Dickinson, . 
2d.— Samuel B. Harrison, 
3rd.— John L. Howell, ... 
4th.— Samuel L. Shober, . 
5th. — Thomas Sparhawk, , 



29th Aug. 



29th Aug. 
2;ith Aug. 



29th Aug. 
29th Aug. 
29th Aug. 
2!'th Aug. 
2!ith Aug. 



Corporals. 
1st.— Joseph Burn, Jr., .. 

2d.— Wm. Smith 

?rd.— George Willig 

4th.— George W. Richards, 
5th.— John G. Williamson, 



Privates. 
Jacob Alter, 
Andrew Armstrong, 
John P. Bankson, .. 

Thomas Bell, 

Daniel D. Bicknell, . 
James C. Biddle, ... 
William Blackwood, 
John Carrell, Jr., ... 
Robert C'atherwood, 
William Caldwell, .. 
James B. Carson, ... 

Wm. S. Cox 

Jacob Clement 

James T. Claypnole, 
David C. Claypcole, 
David Correy 



29th Aug., 
26th Aug. 
29th Aug. 
2M\ Aug. 
2.9th Aug., 



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29th Aug. 
29th Aug., 
29lh Aug. 
29th Aug. 
29th Aug.. 
2::th Aug., 
1st Sept. 
29th Aug. 
29th Aug. 
29th Aug. 
29th Aug. 
29th Aug. 



Secretary tii the Gener::! 



on furlough, 
sick, absent. 



WAR OF 1812-1S14. 



533 



MUSTEK ROLL OF A COMPANY OF VOLUNTEERS UNDER 
THE COMMAND OF THOMAS F. PLEASANTS.— Continued. 




Richard S. Dale 

Thomas Darrah 

Wm. H. Dillingham, .. 

Paul Durney 

Jacob Erringer 

S. Rhoads Fisher 

James Garrigues 

Elmslie Garrigues, 

James Glentworth, Jr., 

Charles Govett 

Robert Govett 

John T. Griffith 

William Gullager 

Jonathan Guest 

John H. Hampton 

William Hawkins 

Charles Haverstick 

Sar)-}uel Hildeburn 

James H. Hopkins, 

Thomas Hopkinson 

Francis Hopkinson 

Johns Hopkins, 

John H. Houston 

Joseph Israel 

Edv.'ard P. Jones. 
John M. Kittera. 
Thomas I^ake. 

David Lapsley, Jr. 

( hailes I. Manigault. 
Thomas A. Marshall. .. 

Josh P. McCorkle 

Ralph McClintock. 

Benjamin Mitchell, 

James H. Montgomery. 
Samuel P. Montgomery. 
William M. Mills. 

Thomas W. Morris 

William Musser. 
John W. Peter. 
William Philpot. 
Joseph R. Purdon. 

A. G. Richard 

Allen Roberts. 
Wm. Rumsay. 



29th Aug. 
29th Aug. 
29th Aug. 
29th Aug. 
29th Aug., 
29th Aug. 
29th Aug., 
1st Sept. 
29th Aug. 
29th Aug. 
29th Sept. 
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29th Aug., 
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1st Sept. 
29th Aug. 
29th Aug. 
29th Aug. 
29th Aug. 
1st Sept. 
29th Aug. 
29th Aug. 



on furlough, 
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on furlough. 

Qr. Mr. of the Company. 



sick, absent, 
on furlough. 

Secretary to the B'ge Major. 
Steward of the Hospital. 



534 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY Ofc^ VOLUNTEERS UNDER 
THE COMMAND OF THOMAS F. PLEASANTS.— Continued. 




Andrew Rumsay. 
Joseph Rush. 
John R. Shubert. 
William Smith. 
Charles Snowden. 
Marshall B. Spring. 
Washington Stewart. 
Levi Taylor. 
Robert B. Taylor. 
Wm. W. Thackara. 
Benj. A. Thompson. 
John N. Todd. 
Wm. W^arrance. 
Joseph Wasson. 
Edmund C. Watmough. 
John Weaver. 
John F. Wells. 
Thomas D. C'ondy, 



Henry P. Cox 

N. G. Malcoln 

Geo. Russell. 

C. Wertz. 

William McSparran. 



discharged by order of Gen'! 
j Bloomfield. 
I dead. 
\ sick, absent. 



We certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits a true 
state of the company of Volunteers in the first regiment of 
Volunteers for the period therein mentioned, and that the 
remarks set opposite the names of the men are accurate and 
just. 

THOMAS F. PLEASANTS, 
Capt. of the Third Company Washington Guards. 

I believe the above Muster Roll to be correct. 

CONDY RAQUET, 
Lt. Col 1 Reg. P. V. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



535 



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Camp Dupout, Oct. 7th, 1814. 

We the Subscribers, non-commissioued officers and privates 
of the Volunteer 3d Company of Washington Guards 1st Reg- 
iment of Pennsylvania Volunteers commanded by Colonel C. 
C. Biddle as the quota of Militia of the State of Pennsylvania, 
in the service of the United States, under the requisition of 
the President of the 4th of July 1814, and subsequent thereto 
do each of us hereby acknowledge to have received severally 
from Daniel Bussier pay-master of the Militia, the sum of 
six dollars in advance, as part of our additional pay allowed 
by Act of Assembly, the said sum of six dollars being paid 
to each of us by order of his excellency the Governor, under 
act of Assembly of February 22, 1814. 

Commanded by Captain Thomas F. Pleasants. 



Serjeants. 

1st. John B. Dickinson. 

2d. John L. Howell. 

Srd. Saml. B. Harrison. 

4th. Saml. L. Shober. 

5th. Thomas Sparhawk. 

Corporals. 

1st. Joseph Burn, Jr., sick absent. 

2d. Wm. Smith. 

Srd. George Willig, Jr. 

4th. Geo. W. Richards. 

5th. John G. Williamson. 



Privates. 
Jacob Alter. 
Andrew Armstrong. 
John P. Banksion, on furlough. 
Thomas Bell. 
Daniel D. Bicknell. 
Jam.es C. Biddle. 
William Blackwood. 
John Carrell, Jr. 
Robert Catherwood. 
William Caldwell. 
James B. Carson. 
Willm. S. Cox, on furlough. 



WAR OF 1S12-1814. 545 



Jacob Clement, on furlough. 
James T. Claypoole. 
David C. Claypole, Jr. 
David Correy. 
Richard S. Dale. 
Thomas Darrah. 
Wm. H. Dillingham. 
Paul Durney. 

Jacob Erringer, sick absent. 
S. Rhoades Fisher. 
James Garrigues. 
Elmslie Garrigues, sick absent. 
James Glentworth. 
Charles Govett. 
Robert Govett. 

John T. Griffith, on furlough. 
William Gullagen. 
Jonathan Guest. 
John H. Hampton. 
William Hawkins. 
Charles Haverstick. 
Saml. Hildeburn. 
Jas. H. Hopkins. 
Tho's Hopkinson. 
Francis Hopkinson. 
John Hopkins, Jr. 
John H. Houston. 
Joseph Israel. 
Edward P. Jones. 
John M. Kittera, sick absent. 
Thomas Lake. 
David Lapsley, Jr. 
Charles L. Manigalt. 
Thomas A. Marshall, on furlough, 
Joseph P. McCorkle. 
Ralph McClintock. 
Benjamin Mitchell. 
James H. Montgomery. 
Saml. P. Montgomery. 
William W. Mills, on furlough. 
Thomas W. Morris. 
William Musser. 
John W. Peters. 
William Philpot. 

35— Vol. VIII— Gth Ser. 



546 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Jos. R. Purdoii. 

A. G. Richard. 

Allen Roberts. 

Wm. Riimsey. 

Audw. Rumsey. 

Joseph Rush. 

John R. Shiibert. 

William Smith. 

Charles Snowden. 

Marshall B. Spring. 

Washington Stewart. 

Levi Taylor. 

Robert B. Taylor. 

Wm. W. Thackara. 

Eenj'n A. Thompson. 

John N. Todd. 

Wm. Warrance. 

Joseph Wasson. 

Edmund C. Watmough. 

John Weaver. 

John F. Wells. 

Thomas D. Condy, absent. 

Henry P. Cox, dead. 

N. G. Malcolm, absent. 

Geo. Russell. 

C. Wertz. 

Wm. MeSparron. 



Camp Dupont. 

A TRUE LIST OF CAPT. PURDY'S COMPANY OF THE 18TH 
SECTION OF RIFLEMEN COMMANDED BY COLONEL 
THOS. HUMPHREYS. 

1. Samuel Hart. 

Lewis F. Hart. 

Wm. Hart, Jr. 

Wm. Hart. 
5. Ashforby Jones. 

John Hart. 

Joseph Carrel. 

John Baird. 

Jc~cph Carr, 



WAR OF 1812-1814. '547 



10. John Kirkpatrick. 

Wiihelmus Vansant. 

Thomas Coughlin. 

Samuel McDowell. 

Henry Darrach. 
15. James Polk. 

James Craven. 

James Brown. 

Wm. Hervey. 

Lewis Srout. 
20. Malichi Tyson. 

Jesse Washman. 

John Gill. 

Aron Bennet. 
Benjn. Brady. 
25. John Crawford. 

Daniel Roberts. 
Wm. Silvey. 

John Wells. 

John M. Craven. 
30. Abraham Shelmire. 

Samuel Young. 

Thomas Neal. 

John Boake. 

Bernard Slack. 
35. Ezekiel Wilson. 

Isaac Buskirk. 

Andrew Yerker. 

Wm. Vansant. 

Wm. Vankorne. 
40. Wm. Long. 

Wm. Daniels. 

David Dougherty. 

Watson Robinson. 

Andrew Scott. 
45. Samuel Liedom. 

Benjm. Courson. 

Joseph Orum (?). 

David Jones. 

Josiah H. Wood. 
50. George Bennet. 

Charles Webster. 

James Search. 

Lot Search. 

James Rogers. 



548 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



55. Lemer Banes. 

Cenjm. Thomas, Discharged at the end of one months 
service and received but two dollars. 
Robert Roseman. 

Camp Dupont, Nov. 13th, 1814. 

ihis is to'' certify that the within is a true return of the 
non-commiEsioned officers, musicians and privates belonging 
to Capt. Wm. Purdys company of Riflemen stationed at this 
place. 

LEMEN BANER, Col Sergent. 
THOS. HUMPHREY, Col. p. R. p. v. k. 

Camp Dupont, Nov. 20, 1814. 
1 do certify on honor that the company comd. by Captain 
Wm. Purdy is in the service of the U. States under the comd. 
of the Cknl. Comd. the fourth Military District. 

THOS. CADWALADER, Brig. Gen. 
Com. advance L. B. 



A IJST OF THE VOLUNTEER RIFLE CORPS COMMANDED 

BY CAPT. JOHN RAWLINS QUARTERED 4T 

CAMP BOILEAU PHILA. OCT. 24TH, 1814. 



Wm. Haley. 
Jonathn. Vaughan. 
John Quinn. 
James Holland. 
Geo. Rorman. 
John Grant. 
Jonathn. Robeson. 
John Wells. 
Geo. Sedenger. 
David Colflesh. 
Jonathan Marker. 
Isaac Haley. 
John Sedenger. 
Wm. Sedenger. 
Wm. Smith. 
Morr..- Wii'.iams. 
J:hn McGee. 



John Jones. 

John Stillwagon. 

Wm. Smith — Farmer. 

Jas. Murphy. 

Henry Fritz. 

Wm. Young. 

Joel Carpenter. 

Thomas Daugerty. 

John Calden. 

Chas. Fryar. 

Garret Terlenden. 

Edwd. Armstrong (2d Lieut). 

Wm. Hurst. 

Wm. Tunis. 

Wm. Haffman. 

Simon Litzenburg. 

John Jarrett. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 549 

John Haley, Jr. (Ensign). Wm. Priest. 
Wm. Horn. John Rawlins (Capt). 

Wm. Hair. John L. Young (Lieut). 

Christopher Lynoe. 

Rec. Nov. 7th 1814, from Daniel Bussier, paymaster of the 
Pensylva militia two hundred and twenty eight dollars, being 
six dollars bounty advanced to each of the non-commissioned 
officers and privates within named under my command. 

JNO. RAWLINS, Cap. 
$228. 

We do certifj en honor that the within roll exhibits a true 
state of the compy. comd. by Capt. Jno. Rawling and that 
the remarks set opposite the mens names are accurate and 
just. 
Camp Dupont, 1814. 

I certify on honor that the within roll or list exhibits a 
true state of the company under my command. 

JNO. RAWLINS, Capt. 
THOS. HUMPHREY, 
Col 1st P. P. V. k. 
I do certify on honor that the company comd. by Captain 
Jno. Rawliu is in the service of the United States under 
the genl. comd. of the Fourth Military District. 
Camp Dupont, Nov. 26, 1814. 

THOS. CADWALADER, 
Comp. advance L. B. 



Camp Dupont, 13th November, 1814. 

A TRUE LIST OF CAPTAIN ABRAHAM RINKER'S COM- 
PANY OF THE 18ST SECTION OF RIFLEMAN COM- 
MANDED BY COLONEL THOMAS HUMFREY. 



1. Peter Knouse. 

2. Peter Lehr. 

3. Jacob Marck. 

4. John Strouse. 

5. John Shiffert. 

6. George Nunemacker. 

7. Conrad Stoer. 

8. John Keck. 



Sergants. 



Corporals 



550 Pennsylvania volunteers. 

Privates. 
9. Henry Bower. 

10. Daniel Sickfrit. 

11. Henry Hertzel. 

12. George Mayer. 

13. Adam Smith. 

14. Jacob HartzeL 

15. John Reinbold. 

16. Solomon Luckes. 

17. George Strouse. 

18. Jacob Yoe. 

19. Christian Deily. 

20. Adam Hartzel. 

21. Peter Steinberger. 

22. Conrad Kershner. 

23. Charles Doll. 

24. Solomon Klaechner. 

25. John Whiteman. 

26. Michael Shoudt. 

27. Fertinant Wotring. 

28. Henry Nunemacker. 

29. David Keck. 

30. Michael Lehr. 

31. Adam Lehr. 

32. Adam Mansch. 

33. Andrew Hartzel. 

34. Jonathan Diffenderfer. 

35. Jacob Deily. 

36. Nathaniel Yost. 

37. Jacob Whiteman. 

38. George Moritz. 

39. Solomon Hartzel. 

40. Jacob Gardan. 

41. George Harlacher. 

42. Adam Good. 

43. Lewis Kunckel. 

44. Jacob Beidelman. 

45. Adam Hicker. 

46. Michael Lower. 

47. Henry Swander. 

48. Daniel Fetzer. 

49. George Shaffer. 

50. John Billig. 

51. Daniel Eschenbach. 



WAR OF lSi2-lSl4. 551 

52. George Bortz. 

53. Fridrich Newhard. 

54. Jacob Sleinberger. 

55. Jones Spengler. 

56. Adam Sharrer. 

57. Jacob Bachman. 

58. John Rose, Deto quit the company September 23th 1814. 

59. Peter Klotz, Deto quit the company September 23th 1814. 

60. John Ealer. 

61. Peter Mansch. 

62. Henry Frantz. 

63. Peter Moll, Deto is at worek in the cone factery with 
Henry Darringer in Philadelphia. 

64. Peter Coock, oberber 2nd 1814 Peter Cook diserted & listed 
in the army of the United States. 

No. 27, Fortinant Wotring, musicians. 

I we do certify that the within List is a true statement on 
honor this 13th day of November 1814 pr. 

ABRAHAM RINKBR, Captain. 
THOS. HUMPHREY, Col. 1st P. P. V. k. 
1 do certify on honor that the company comd. by Captain 
A. Kinker is in the service of the United States under the 
comd. of the genl. comd. the Fourth Military District. 
Camp Dupont, Nov. 26th, 1814. 

THOS. CADWALADER, 
Brig. Gen. Comd. advance L. B. 



Camp Dupont, Nov'r 13, 1814. 
A TRUE LIST OF CAPT. JAMES ROBINSONS COMPANY 
OF THE 18TH SECTION OF RIFFLEMEN COMMANDED 
BY COLONEL THOMAS HUMPHREY. 



1st. Serg't. 
Samuel Ladd. 

2d. Serg't. 
John Boggs. 

3d. Serg't. 
Sam'l Mairer. 



552 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



4 Serg't. 
George McClelland. 

1st. Corp'l. 
Andrew Kettler. 

2d. Corp'l. 
Philip Koplin. 

3 Corp'l. 
John Harner. 

4 Corp'l. 
Abraham Gregory. 



Charles Vandike. 
Francis Mather. 
Robert Carr. 
John Brough. 
John Hesson. 
Henery Derveese. 
Peter Raizor. 
Nathan Sturges. 
John Keesey. 
David Keesey. 
William Teaney. 
Abraham Jones. 
Levi William. 
David Daniels. 
William Kid. 
Saml. Keyset. 
Fredrick Nuss. 
Joseph Tyson. 
William Keesey. 
Peter Betson. 
Philip Peters. 
Joseph Beard. 
John McClellan. 
John Hiltner. 
John Porter. 
William Crawford. 
Sam'l Gilkey. 
William Griffith. 



William Hiltner. 
Nathan McCalla. 
Michael Byrne. 
Henery Katts. 
Jeremiah Fogerty. 
Thomas Cleaver. 
John Neill. 
John Llewllyn. 
John Reed. 
Jacob Keesey. 
Peter Streeper. 
George Painter. 
Zachariah Davis. 
Fredrick Clayer. 
John Stroud. 
John Fisher. 
William Mathers. 
John Gouldey. 
David Shrack. 
William Bean. 
John Sayler. 
John Walker. 
Edw'd McNabb. 
John Neill. 
David Reess. 
Ralph Walker. 
Thomas Whiteman. 
Isaac Tysan. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 553 

larell Jones. Philip Lyde. 

John Kinsey. John Conrad. 

Hezekiah Newcomb. Jacob Walker. 

Aaron Raizer. John Royer. 

Jonathan Moore. William Kittler. 

Abraham Tyson. John Hippie. 

Isaac Melner. John Boggs. 

Arthur Currin. John Vanforrer. 

Francis Hughes. Benjamin Thompson. 

Jesse Keesey. John Mitchell. 

Mathew Neiley. Zopher Smith. 

John Miller. Nathan F. Zaine. 

George Foster. John Boyer. 

Livi Roberts. Jacob Derveese. 

Jacob Zieber. Robert Patterson. 

Conrad Lyde. Jesse Zaine, bugler. 

I do certify that the within List is a true statement on 
Honor this 13th. doy of November 1814. 

JAMBS ROBINSON, Capt. 
THOS. HUMPHREY, 
Col P'l R. P. V. R. 

I do Certify on Honor that the company com'd by Captain 
James RobiuKon is in the service of the United States under 
the com'd of the gen'l comd'g the Fourth Military District. 
Camp Dupont, Nov. 26, 1814. 

THOS. CADWALADER, 
Brig. Gen. Com'g Advance L. B. 



CAPTAIN .JOSEPH SANDS OF THE RIFLEMEN OP MONT- 
GOMERY COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA. 



MUSTER ROLL. 

Captain. 
Joseph Sands. 

1st. Lieut. 
James Sands. 

2nd Lieut. 
Sam'l Rodearmel. 



554 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Ensign. 
John Pilyer. 

Q'r Master. 
Jacob Rhoads. 

Musician. 
William Sands. 

1st. Sergeant. 
Richard Perry, Orderly Sergeant. 

2d. Sergeant. 
John Lessig. 

3rd. Sergeant. 
William Rafesnider. 

4th. Sergeant. 
Michael Niman. 



Privates. 

Joseph Leavengood. 
Jacob Fritz. 

Bartholomew Wamback. 
William Niman. 
Martin Manger. 
Joseph Shaner. 
Thomas Conrad. 
Henry Keyser. 
Henry Weasner. 
George Ritemire. 
George Bowman. 
Abraham Geyer. 
Jacob Specht. 
Henry Smith. 
Richard Davis. 



Abraham Zemerman. 
John Wardman. 
John Albright. 
Jacob Stroman. 
John Leavengood. 
George Grove. 
Joseph Rafesnider. 
John Weasner. 
John Grove. 
David Yocum. 
John Beachtel. 
Andrew Kean. 
Solomon Missimer. 
Charles Giyer. 
Samuel Ruth. 
Samuel Yeager. 

We do certify on honor that the Roll exhibits a true State 
of the company com'd by Capt'n Joseph Sands and that the 
remarks set opposite their names are accurate and just. 

JAMES SANDS, Lieut Commanding. 

Camp Dupont, Nov. 24, 1814-. 
THOS. HUMPHREY, Col, 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



555 



A CORRECT MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. GEORGE SENSEN- 
DERFER COMPANY OF MONTGOMERY RIFLE GREENS 
STATION AT CAMP BOILEAU. 



Captain. 
George Senfenderfer. 

Lieutenant. 
Henry Schneider, 1st. 
George Barkert, 2nd. 

Ensign. 
Michel Stoflit. 

Sergeants. 

Jacob Smith, 1st. 

Dieter Bueher, 2nd. 

Daniel Smith, 3rd. 

George Smith, 4th. 

Corporals. 

Daniel Stitzer, 1st. 
Jacob Sasaman, 2nd. 

John Gilbert, 3rd. 
Mathies Gilbert, 4th. 

Privates & Buglers. 

Peter Decker. 
Isaac Yerger. 
John Kepner. 
Lewis Linsenbigler. 
Daniel Swinehard. 
David Swinehard. 
Mathies Yorgy. 
Conrad Reigner. 
John Wise. 
Peter Hanberger. 
Samuel Beydenman. 
John Freadrick. 
Michel Kortz. 
John Erb. 



George Smith. 
John Yergy. 
Jacob Gilbert. 
Peter Herpst. 
John Wiehn. 
Henry Linsenbigler. 
Jacob Reifsnider. 
Conrad Drease. 
George Dengler. 
Anthoney Gilbert. 
John Yerger. 
John Decker. 
John Drase. 
John Herpst. 
Mareks Yerger. 

We do certify on honor that the within role exhibits a true 
state of the Compy. Com'd by Capt'n Geo. Sensenderfer and 



556 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

that the remarks set opposite the mens names are accurate 
and just. 

GEORGE SENSENDERFER, Captain. 
Camp Uupont Nov. 24, 1814. 
THOS. HUMPHREY, Col. 

I do certify on honor that the Company Comd. by Captain 
George Sensenderfer is in the service of the United States 
under the com'd of the Genl. Comd'g the Fourth Military 
District. 
Camp Dupont, Nov. 26. 1814. 

THOS. CADWALADER, 
Brig. Genl. Comdg. Advance L. B. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



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562 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Camp Dupont November 13th, 1814. 

A TRUE LIST OF CAPTAIN JACOB SHURTZ'S COMPANY 
OF THE 18 SECTION OF RIFLEMEN COMANDED BY 
COL. THOS. HUMPHRYS. 



1. John Ettwine. 
2. George Lawall. 

3. John Wagner. 
4. Jacob Hummel. 

1. John Wolf. 

2. Henry Wolf. 

3. John Buss. 
4. Nickl. Kamerer. 

1. Ab'r Stehr. 

2. Michel Lawall. 
3. Peter Lawall. 



Privates. 



1. John Kocher. 

2. John Beil. 

3. David Fry. 

4. John Fry. 

5. Michel Fry. 

6. John Blum. 

7. John Clayder. 

8. Samuel Gross. 

9. Christ Becker. 

10. Joseph Coleman. 

11. Jacob Colver. 

12. George Engel. 

13. Jonas Flick. 

14. Jacob Handsho. 

15. Levy Cutting. 

16. John Dorwart. 

17. Fred'r Dreher. 

18. John Huber. 

49 Total Number. 
John King. 
Conrad Fry promoted the 1st. of November 1814, to a En- 
sign. 



19. John Hinkel. 

20. Peter Junkin. 

21. Isaac Kinnart. 

22. John Kirkenthal. 

23. Daniel Kreidler. 

24. Joseph Moser. 

25. David Overly. 

26. Casper Roth. 

27. Jacob Roth. 

28. John Roth. 

29. John Santee. 

30. W. M. Swain. 

31. Mathias Transce. 

32. John Unangst. 

33. George Wagner. 

34. George Young. 
35.' Jacob Tiegesuss. 
36. George Heberling 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 563- 

We do Certify that the Within List is a true Statement on 
Honor this 13th Day of November 1814. 

JACOB SHURTZ, Capt. 
THO. HUMPHREY, 

Col'pl R. P. V. R. 

I do Certify on Honor that the Company Com'd by Captain 
Jack Shurtz is in the service of the United States under the 
com'd of the Gen'l Comdg. the Fourth Military District. 
Camp Dupont, Nov. 26, 1814. 

THOS. CADWALADER, 
Brig. Gen. Com'g Advance L. B. 



MUSTER ROOL OF THE SEUNS GROVE RIFLE VOLUN- 
TEERS OF UNION COUNTY COMMANDED BY CAPT. 
JOHN SNYDER & ATTACHED TO THE BATTALLION 
COMMANDED BY CAPT. JOHN UHLES IN THE LIGHT 
BRIGADE COMMANDED BY BRIGD. GENL. THOMAS 
CADWALADER NOW IN THE ACTUAL SERVICE OF THE 
UNITED STATES AT CAMP DUPONT NOV. 14TH, 1814. 



Officers. 

Capt. 

John Snyder. 



Lent. 

1st. Jacob Rhoads. 
2d. Anthony C. Seler. 

Ensign. 

George Barkstreser. 

Non-commissioned officers. 

Sergent. 
1. Mathias Thombaugh. 

2. Jacob Shriner. 

3. Isaac Harlon. 
4. Philip Grawer. 



564 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Corpl. 

1. John Hausman. 

2. Daniel Lebo. 

3. William S. Bering. 

4. Conrad Stock. 



Privates. 



Henry Hilbrush. 
Henry Bloom. 
Henry Hoote. 
Henry Keifer. 
Henry Bodhof. 
John Miller. 
John Filman. 
John Hall. 
John Ulrick, 
John Rhem. 
John Kersteter. 
James Hays. 
James Harlan. 
David Fisher. 
George Hauck. 
George Boddorf. 
George Beichley. 
George Weiser. 
Benjamin Ulrick. 
Samuel Gemherling. 
Samuel Haistell. 
Solloman Coldron. 
James Vandike. 

I do certify that this muster roll is correct as stated. Wit- 
ness my hand this 21st. 

JACOB RHOAD— 4 Lieutenant. 

John Uhle, Capt. commanding the 1st Battalion of Rifle- 
men at Camp Dupont. 

I do certify on honor that the company comd. by Captain 
John Snyder, is in the service of the United States under the 
Genl. Comd. of the Fourth Military District. 
Camp Dupont, Nov. 26—1814. 

THOS. CADWALADER, 
Brig. Gen. Camp Advance L. B. 



John S. Maus. 
John Essick. 
William Steel. 
William Gaugler. 
John Sassaman. 
Peter Arnhold. 
Isaac Robison. 
Jacob Strayer. 
Jacob Vanandey. 
Jacob Walburn. 
Peter Schlutterback. 
Abraham Shipman. 
William Mencer. 
Thomas Silverwood. 
Paul Lebo. 
John Rupp. 
Christian Wise, 
Joseph Lambert. 
Samuel Hoey. 
Valentine Hair, 
Thomas Thursby. 
Charles Antel. 



WAR OF 1S12-1S14. 565 

A COMPLETE LIST OR MUSTER ROLL OF THE VOLUN- 
TEER COMP'Y OF WASHINGTON ARTILLERIST COM- 
MANDED BY CAFT'N CORNELIUS STEVENSON IN THE 
SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES. TERM OF SERVICE 
FOR ALL EXCEPT LAST ONE, 6 MO'S. 

Date of appointment or enlistment, Septem. 14. 
Term of service for last one, October 1. 



Capt. 

Cornelius Stevenson. 

1st Lieut. 
Samuel C. Landis. 

2nd Lieut. 
Henry R. Burden. 

1st Serg't. 
Wra. W. Pidgeon. 

2nd Serg't. 
James Leper. 

3rd Serg't. 
Joseph A. Pidgeon. 

4tli Serg't. 
Samuel Crockett. 

1st Corp'l. 
Thomas Lynch. 

2nd Corp'l. 
George Cress. 

3rd Corp'l 
Lewis Burdick. 

4th Corp'l. 
Jacob Cowen. 

Fifer. 
Clement W. Burt. 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Drummer. 
Samuel Lippincott. 

Privates. 



Cornelius Stevenson. 
Samuel L. Landis. 
Henry R. Burden. 
Wm. W. Pidgeon. 
James Loper. 
Joseph A. Pidgeon. 
Samuel Crockett. 
Thomas Lynch. 
George Cress. 
Lewis Burdick. 
Jacob Cowen. 
Clement W. Burt. 
Samuel Lippincott. 
John H. Curtis. 
Charles S. Clawges. 
Thomas Russell. 
Jeremiah Kerby. 
Daniel Clawges, Jun. 
Joseph Shermer. 
John C. Kelsey. 
David Mayhew. 
John G. Long. 
John Hoffman. 
James A. Toland. 
Charles Philes. 
Wm. R. Clawges. 
George Maddock. 
Walter Bckford. 
John Milliman. 
Hiram Ayres. 
John Vandegrift. 
Garrett Stothoff. 
Christopher Pidgeon. 
Francis Springer. 
Abiel Twiss. 
John Lang. 
Wm. S. Makins. 
G. W. Hough. 
Samuel Hunter. 



David Weatherly. 
Peter Brewster. 
David W. Clark. 
Stephen N. Solomon. 
Samuel Donnick. 
Abraham Stokes. 
Daniel B. Cannon. 
Tohn Tolbert. 
Joseph Hall. 
Charles Shoemaker. 
Daniel Backius. 
Thomas Kid. 
Thomas Larkum. 
James Greble. 
N. Bashford. 
Thomas Clawges. 
John Larkum. 
Joseph Cone. 
Erasmus Emerson. 
Rich'd T. Cock. 
James Loper. 
Wm. E. Smith. 
Geo. McSweeny. 
James Pidgeon. 
Peter Meyers. 
Frederick Abbit. 
Anthony Seffert. 
Charles Walter. 
Henry Hitchcock. 
.James F. Lee. 
Charles Robb. 
Charles F. Jones. 
Frazer Work. 
Rich'd G. Ball. 
Henry Burkhimer. 
Joseph Whiteman. 
Edward Winkler. 
Samuel Carver. 
John G. Hellish. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



567 



Joshua Hughes. 
John Cornell. 
John Defoe. 
Thomas Tully. 
Benjamin Lewis. 
William Stow. 
Samuel Chapin. 
John Harkins. 
James N. Chattin. 
David Ford. 
James Thackara. 
Solomon Price. 
Wm. D. Clary. 



R. Norwood. 
George Holmes. 
Matthias Hitchner. 

Field. 

John P. Fonde. 
John Hufty. 
John McLean. 
James McKean. 
Miles C. Philips. 
Robert Stevenson. 
Thos. Mcllwain. 
*Edmond Dartnell. 



Absent by permission of the Capt'n. 



J. C. Kelsey. 
Trancis Springer. 
lOav'd Weatherly. 
Jos. Cone. 
N. Bashford. 
Fred'k Abbit. 
James F. Lee. 
Cha's F. Jones. 



John G. Mellish. 
John Hufty. 
John McClean. 
John Harkins. 
John P. Fonde. 
David Ford. 
Peter Meyers. 



Garrett Stothoff. 
Chris'r Pidgeon. 
Sam'l Hunter. 



Absent without permission. 

Dav'd W. Clark. 
G. W. Hough. 
John Milliman. 



1 Certify the above to be a true list or Roll of the Volunteer 
Comp'y of Washington Artillerist. 

CORNELIUS STEVENSON, 
Capt'n 
A. M. PREVOST, 
Maj'r Vol. Arty. U. S. serv. 

I Certify that the Washington Artillery is in the Service of 
the United States under Orders of the General Commanding 
the 4th Military district. 

Camp Dupont, October 1814. 

THO'S CADWALADER, 
Brig. Gen. Comg. 



568 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Camp Dupont, October 4, 1814. 

We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Volunteer Company of Washington Artilery organized 
into a Battalion under the comand of A. M. Prevost as the 
quota of Militia of the State of Pennsylvania, in the service 
of the United States, under the resolution of the President 
of the 4th. of .July 1814, and subsequent, thereto, do each of 
us hereby acknowledge to have received severally from Daniel 
Bussier, paymaster of the Militia, the sum of six dollars, in ad- 
vance, as part of our additional pay allowed by act of Assembly, 
the said sum of six dollars being paid to each of us by order of 
his excellency the Governor, under act of Assembly of Feb- 
ruary 22, 1814. Cornelus Stephenson Captain. 



1 Serjeant. 
William W. Pidgeon. 

2 Serjeant. 
James Loper. 

3 Sergeant. 
Joseph A. Pidgeon. 

4 Serjeant. 
Samuel Crocket. 

1 Lorpcral. 
Thomas Lynch. 

2 Corporal. 
George Cress. 

3 Corporal. 
Lewis Burdict. 

4 Corporal. 
Jacob Cower. 

lifer. 
Clement W. Burt. 

drummer. 
Samuel Lippincott. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



Private. 



John H. Curtiss. 
Charles S. Ciawges. 
Thomas Russell. 
Jeremiah Kesly. 
Daniel Ciawges, Jr. 
Joseph Shermer. 
John C. Kelsey. 
David Mayher. 
John G. Long. 
John Hoffman. 
James A. Toland. 
Charles Philes. 
Wm. R. Ciawges. 
George Maddock. 
Walter Eackfold. 
John Milliman. 
Hiram Ayres. 
John M. Sigrift. 
Garret Stothoff. 
Christopher Pidgeon. 
Francis Springer. 
Abrel Twiss. 
John Lang. 
Wm. S. Makins. 
Gr. W. Hough. 
Sam'l Hunter. 
David Weatherby. 
Peter Brewster. 
David M. Clark. 
Stephen N. Solomon, 
t'amuel Donnich. 
Abraham Stokes. 
Daniel Cannon. 
John Hobert. 
Joseph Hall. 
Cha's IVI. Shomaker. 
Daniel Bockius. 
Thomas Kid. 
Thomas Larckum. 
James Grebel. 
N. Bashford. 
Thomas Ciawges. 



John Larkum. 
Joseph Cane. 
Erasmus Emmerson. 
Richard T. Cock. 
James Coper. 
Wm. E. Smith. 
Geo'r McSweny. 
James Pidgeon. 
Peter Meyers. 
Frederick Abbit. 
Anthony Laffort. 
Charles Walter. 
Feazer Work. 
Ric'r G. Ball. 
Charles F. Jones. 
Charles Robb. 
James Flece. 
Henry Hitchcock. 
Henry Burckhimer. 
Joseph Whiteman. 
Edward Winchler. 
Samuel Carver. 
John G. Welish. 
Joshua Hughes. 
John Cornwell. 
John Defoe. 
Thomas Tulley 
Benjamin Lewis. 
William Stow. 
Samuel Choppin. 
John Harckire. 
James N. Chattin. 
David Ford. 
James Thackare. 
Solomon Price. 
W^m. D. Clary. 
R. Norwood. 
George Holmes. 
Mathias Hitchor. 

Field. 

John P. Fonde. 
John Hufty. 



570 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

John McClean. Robert Stephenson. 

John Mcecan. Edmond Dartnell. 

Miles C. Philips. Ttiomas Mcllvain. 



MUSTER ROLL OF A VOLUNTEER COMPANY OF IN- 
FANTRY CALLED THE SECOND COMPY OF WASHING- 
TON GUARDS UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPT. JOHN 
SWIFT IN THE 1ST. REGT. PENNA. VOLUNTEERS IN 
THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES COMMANDED 
BY COLONEL C. C. BIDDLE FROM 23RD. AUGUST 1814 
TO OCTOBER 3RD. 1814. 



Captain. 

John Swift, Promoted from 1st. Lieut, to Captain on the 22nd. 
September. 

Lieuts. 

Clement S. Ellick, Promoted from 3rd. to 1st. Lieut, on the 

23rd. September. 
Benj. Gratz. 
Chs. B. McElwee, Promoted to 3rd. Lieut, from Ensign on the 

24th. September. 

Ensign. 

Francis B. Stockton, Absent on Furlough. Promoted from 1st. 
Sergt. to Ensign— Sept. 28th. 



W. H. Woodward. 
Hy. Billington. 
Geo. L. Eyre. 
A. Ashburner. 
A. B. Amerman. 



Sergts. 



Corpls. 



Thos. R. West. 

Wm. Seckel. 

John Billington. 

Hy. K. Helmbold, On extra duty. 

Matthew Newkirk. 

John Lane. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 571 



Privates. 
John H. Alcock, Sick Absent 
Danl. Ashman. 

Wm. Anderson, On Extra duty. 
Wm. Abbott. 
Josh. Bastian. 
B. W. Ball, Sick absent. 
Josh. Bedford. 
R. H. Beresford. 
Joseph Burr. 
John A. Brown. 
Saml. H. Carpenter. 
Gccrge Curry, Absent on Furlough. 
Thomas Curry. 
Danl. Coppuck. 
Isiah Couby. 
Joseph A. Clark. 
John Cope. 
John Chamberlain. 
Wm. Ciine. 
Jas. T. Cook. 
Joseph Cook. 
Jas. Corkrin, Jr. 
George Cooper, On Extra Duty. 
Henry Denckla. 

Evan Davis, Absent Without Leave. 
Archibd. Dick, 
Anthony Ellon, Jr. 
Saml. Evans, Absent Sick (on Furl. 
Anthony Elton. 
Joseph Elton. 

Wra. M. Evans, On Extra Duty. 
Geo. Emerick. Absent on Furlough. 
Geo. D. Ebsworth. 
James Fullen. 
Wm. Fenton. 
Edward Fennell. 
James Gihon. 
John George. 
Francis German. 
Willm. Hoover. 
Jno. W. Hamilton. 
Willm. Hines. 
John Hart, Absent on Furlough. 



572 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Adam Haase. 

Wm. Hoffman. 

Mordacai Hart, In Confinement. 

Joseph Hines. 

Thos. A. James. 

Wm. Jones. 

Thomas Johnson. 

Joseph Jones. 

Edward King. 

Jeremiah Kirk, Absent Sick. 

Jacob Keyser, Sick in Hospital. 

John Lawrence, Absent on Furlough. 

Charles Lehman. 

Francis Lasher. 

Wm. Lovering. 

Wm. Lyndsay. 

Jas. McKinsey, Absent on Furlough. 

Alexr. McKinsey. 

Wm. McCoy. 

Stephen Marchment. 

Peter Morrell. 

Joseph Mynick. 

Isaac R. Mulock, Absent on Furlough. 

Jno. M. Pherson. 

A. M. Alpin. 

Francis A. North. 

Israel Oah. 

John Perry. 

Thos. Redman. ' 

Robt. Russell. 

Wm. Rickards. 

Peter Reilly. 

Geo. Schreiner, Absent on Furlough. 

Rob. B. Sellers. 

Henry Stiles. 

John Singer, Jr., Absent on Furlough. 

John Shinn. 

Wm. A. Smith, Absent on Furlough. 

John A. Smith. 

Thos. Sawer. 

Andw. W. Summers. 

Geo. Stimble. 

Sam. F. Shinn. 

Thos. Sinex. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



573 



Jno. V. W. Sheaff. 
Jno. Steel. 
Shewbert Thomson. 
John Thomas.* 
Wm. Tilton. 
A. Van Pelt. 
Thos. Vaughan. 
Napier Wilson. 
Chas. S. West. 
A. Wharton. 
Jacob Wyant. 
Am. Wandell. 
Jas. H. Young. 



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V\'e Ccitify on honor, that this Muster Roll exhibits a true 
state of the 2nd. Corny. Washington Guards of the 1st. Regt. 
of Penna. Volunteers for the period therein mentioned and 
that the remarks set opposite the names of the men are 
accurat and Just. 

CLEMENT S. ELLICK, 
Lieut. Com'y Compy. 



Camp Dupcnt, October 6th, 1814. 

We the Subscribers, ncn-commissioned officers and privates 
of the (mutilated) Company Washington Guards 1st Regiment 
of Pennsylvania Volunteers under- Colonel C. C. Biddle as 
the (jucta of the Militia of the State of Pennsylvania in the 



574 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



service of the United States, under the requisition of the 
President of the 4th of July 1814, and subsequent thereto, do 
each of us hereby acknowledge to have received severally from 
Daniel Bussier, paymaster of the Militia, the sum of six dollars, 
in advance, as part of our additional pay allowed by act of 
Assembly, the said sum of six dollars being paid to each of 
us by order of his excellency the Governor, under act of As- 
sembly of February 22, 1814. Commanded by Captain John 
Swift. 



Sergeants. 

1st. W. H. Woodward. 

2nd. Hy. Billington. 

3rd. George L. Eyre. 

4th. A. Ashburner. 
nth. A. B. Amerman. 

Corporals. 

1st. Thos. R. West. 

2nd. Wm. Seckel. 

3rd. John Billington. 

4th. Hy. K. Helmbold. 

.5th. Mathew Newkirk. 

6th. John Lane. 



Privates. 



John H. Alcock. 
Danl. Ashman. 
Wm. Anderson. 
Wm. Abbot. 
Joseph Bastian, Jur. 
B. W. Ball. 
Joseph Bedford. 
R. H. Beresford. 
Joseph Burr. 
John A. Brown. 
Saml. H. Carpenter. 
George Curry. 
Thomas Curry. 
Danl. Coppuck. 
Isaiah Canby. 
Joseph A. Clark. 



John Cope. 
John Chamberlain. 
Wm. Cline. 
Jos. T. Cook. 
Jos. Cochrin, Jr. 
George Cooper. 
Henry Denckla. 
Evan Davis. 
Archibd. Dick. 
Anthony Elton, Jr. 
Saml. Evans. 
Anthony Elton. 
Joseph Elton. 
Wm. M. Evans. 
George Emerick. 
George D. Elsworth. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



575 



James Fullen. 
VVm. Fenton. 
Edward Fennell. 
James Gibson. 
John George. 
Francis German. 
Wm. Hoover. 
Jno. W. Hamilton. 
Wm. Hines. 
John Hart. 
Adam Haas. 
Wm. Hoffman. 
Jolin Thomas. 

William . 

Alex. Van Pelt. 
Thos. Vaughan. 
Napier Wilson. 
Chas. S. West. 
A. Wharton. 
Jacob Wyant. 
Abm. Wandell. 
Jas. H. Young. 
Mordicai Hart. 
Joseph Hines. 
Thos. A. James. 
Wm. Jones. 
Thomas Johnson. 
Joseph Jones. 
Edward King. 
Jeremiah Kirk. 
Jacob Keyser. 
John Lawrence. 
Charles Lehman. 
Frances Lasher. 



Wm. Lovering. 
Wm. Lindsay. 
Alex. McKensey. 
Jas. McKensey. 
Wm. McCoy. 
Stephen Machment. 
Peter Morrell. 
Joseph Mynick. 
Isaac R. Mulock. 
Jno. McPhersoij. 
A. McAlpin. 
Francis A. North. 
Israel Oat. 
John Perry. 
Thos. Redman. 
Robt. Riissel. 
Wm. Richards. 
Peter Reilly. 
George Schreiner. 
Robt. B. Sellers. 
Henry Stiles. 
John Singer, Jr. 
John Shinn. 
Wm. A. Smith. 
John A. Smith. 
Thomas Sarver. 
Andw. W. Summers. 
Geo. Stimble. 
Saml. F. Shinn. 
Thomas Sinex. 
Jno. V. W. Sheaff. 
Jno. Steel. 
Shubert Thomson. 



576 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF RIFLEMEN OF PENN'A 
UNDER THE COMMAND OF JOHN UHLE CAPT. FIRST 
BATTALION OF RIFLE IN THE SERVICE OF THE 
U. STATES, COMMANDED BY CAPT. JOHN UHLE FROM 
THE 9TH. DAY OF OCTOBER WHEN LAST MUSTERED 
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Ensign, 

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Rittenhouse, Henry 


Deigh Lewis 


Sarjear.t 




Morrison, William, 


Sarjeant 




Ordy. Corpl., 
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Private, 




Berkenbach, Benj'n 


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Private 


Eckstein, William 


Earl, Jesse C 


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Private 

Private 


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Greenawalt, John, 


Private 



9th October, 1S14, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October, 1S14, 
9th October, 1S14, 
9th October, 1S14, 
9th October, 1S14, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October, 1S14, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October. 1814. 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October, 1S14, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October. 1S14, 
9th October. 1814, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October, 1814, 
9th October, 1814, 



Six Months. 
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Six Months. 
Six Months. 
Six Months. 
Six Months. 
Six Months. 
Six Months. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



577 



MUSTER ROLL. OF A COMPANY OF RIFLEMEN OF PENN'A 
UNDER THE COMMAND OF JOHN UHLE CAPT. FIRST 
BATTALION OF RIFLE.— Continued. 



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Getman, Nicholas, 
Guizee, John H., . 
Goughler, Henry, . 

Hess, Peter 

Hesley, John 

Hays, Marshall, ... 
James, Charles, . . 
Kurtz, William, ... 

Katz, Adam 

Morris, Thomas, .. 

Mens, Joseph, 

Miller, Martin 

Moore, George D. , 
Osmus, Christian, . 

Pheil, John 

Pearson, John 

Rudy, John, 

Resinger, Adam, . . 
Rider, Christian, .. 
Rider, Saml. W., .. 
Rudy, Frederick, .. 
Shauble, George, . . 

Snyder, John, 

Slater, Adam 

Shrader, Henry, . . 
Steiner, William, . 
super, Gotleib, ... 
Steinmetz, Christo' 

Sink, George 

Thomas, Love 

Thomas, Lewis. . . . 
Trout. Jeremiah, . 

Teter, Henry 

Verrest, Augustus, 

Warner, John 

Weaver, George, .. 

W^ood, Brazil 

Williams, Thomas, 
Worth, Francis, .. 
Wonderly, David, 
Yager, Benjam'n, . 
Terger, Joseph, ... 
Zeuss, Ftancis, ... 



Private 
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Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
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Private 
Private 
Private 
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Private 
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October, 
October, 
October, 
October, 
October, 
October, 
October, 
October, 
October, 
October, 
October, 
October, 
October, 
October, 
October, 
October, 
October, 
October, 
October, 
October, 
October, 
October, 
October, 
October, 
October, 
October, 
October, 
October, 
October, 



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October. 

October, 

October, 

October, 

October, 

October, 

October, 

October, 

October, 

October, 

October, 



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Six Months. 
Six Months. 
Six Months. 
Six Months. 
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37— Vol. VIII— 6th Ser. 



578 



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We certify on honor, that this Muster Roll exhibits a true 
state of the Independent Riflemen of the Penna. Volunteer 
commanded by .John Uhle Capt. of the 1st. Battalion Rifle for 
the period therein mentioned, and that the remarks set oppo- 
site the names of the men are accurate and just. 

DAVID SHEBLE, 
First Lieut. 
John Uhle Capt. Commanding the 1st. Battalion of Riflemen 
at Camp Dupont. 

I do Certify on honor that the Company com'd by Captain 
John Uhle is in ths service of the United States under the 
com'd of the geu'l comd'g the Fourth Military District. 

THO. CADWALADER, 
Brig. Gen. Com'g Advance L. B. 
Camp Dupont, Nov. 2G, 1S14. 



Camp Dupont, Nov. 13th, 1814. 
A TRUE LIST OF CAPTN. C. WIGTONS COMPANY OF THE 
ISTH SECTION OF RIFLEMEN COMMANDED BY COL. 
THOS. HUMPHREY. 



1st Sergt, 



1. David Trueman, 



WAR OP 1S12-1S14. 



579 



2. William Clingan. 

3. Thomas Hollis. 

4. David Stott. 

5. John Peirsol. 

6. John Rankin. 

7. Ezekiel Mann. 

8. Joshua Humphrey. 

9. Robert Hope. 

10. John Wilson. 

11. William Parke. 

12. Thomas Davis. 

13. Joseph Fleming. 

14. James Haslet. 

15. Robert Cochran. 

16. Samuel Mann. 

17. John B. Grier. 

18. William Witherow. 

19. William Welch. 

20. Eli Mann. 

21. James Whitelock. 

22. Arthur Wallace. 

23. Robert Cunningham. 

24. Jesse Stoth. 

25. David Cochran. 

26. Benejah Harry. 

27. Heslip Hope. 

28. David Parke. 

29. David Moore. 

30. Boyd Wilson. 

31. Jacob Cawan. 

32. Nathaniel Davis. 
38. William McGinis. 



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3rd Sergt. 

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2d Corpl. 
3rd Corpl. 
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Bugler. 



34. David McKim. 

35. Richard Jones. 

36. John Bryan. 

37. Joseph Smith. 

38. Samuel Glasgow. 

39. Charles Eifort. 

40. John Parke. 

41. Joseph Richmond. 

42. Thomas Scott. 

43. John Hoover. 

44. George Date. 

45. James Haney. 

46. SamJ. C. Gibson. 

47. Robt. McWilliams. 

48. Patrick Little. 

49. John Lashy. 

50. Jacob Way. 

51. Wm. Hayburn. 

52. Jacob Thompson. 

53. Andrew Gibson. 

54. Eli Moore. 

55. John S. Fleming. 
65. Jarrah 0. Gelsby. 



580 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



I do certify that the within list is a true statement on honor 
this 13th day of November ]814 pr. 

CHPR. WIGTON, Capt. 
THOS HUMPHREY, 

Co. p. p. V. k. 

I do certify on honor that the company comd. by Captain 
Charles Wigton is in the service of the United States under 
the comd. of the general com'g the Fourth Military District. 

THOS. CADWALADER, 
Brig. Gen. Com. Advance L. B. 
Camp Dupont, Nov. 26, 1814. 



MUSTER ROLL OF RIFLE COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Christopher Wigton. 

Lieutenants. 

Hugh Daniel, _ 1st. 
George Baldwin, Acting 2nd. 



John Wilson. 
David Trueman. 
Thomas Davis. 
William Parke. 
Eli Moore. 
John Rankin. 
William Welsh. 
James Whitelock. 
James Butler. 
Arthur Wallace. 
David Parke. 
William Clingan. 
Boyd Wilson. 
Ezekiel Mann. 
Jacob Way. 
Heslipp Hope. 
Jacob Cowan. 



Thomas Scott. 
John Parke. 
Math'ue Davis. 
Jo's M. Hollis. 
Charles Eiffert. 
David Moore. 
Benejah Harry. 
Richard Jones. 
John Hewer. 
Rob't Cochran. 
Joshua Humphrey. 
Rob't Cunninghajn. 
David Cochran. 
Joseph Richman. 
John S. Fleming. 
Samuel Mann. 
Eli Mann. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



581 



Joseph Smith. 
Andrew Gibson. 
Moses Gordon. 
Rob't McWilliams. 
David Stote. 
Tho's Vandiver. 
Rob't Hope. 
George Date. 
Jonah Oglesby. 



James Hanly. 
Ja's P. Fleming. 
James McWilliamson. 
William McWilliamson. 
William McGinnes. 
William Withrow. 
Rasin Terry. 
James C. Gibson. 

CHP'R WIGTON, Capt. 



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7 One Corporal and six privates on furlough, by 

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2nd Capt. Guilders Compy., 



3rd Compy. Lt, Napier Comm'y, 



4th Compy. Lt. Sexton Com'y,... 

5th Compy. Capt. Cotter, 1st 

Lieut, sick absent with leave. 

6th Compy. Capt. Fenton's 



one Sergeant and 3 privates absent 
on furlough by order of Com"y 
officer and 34 who have never 
joined the Compy. 

3 privates absent with leave of 
Com'y officer 5 without leave and 
2S who have never joined the 
Compy. 

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with leave of Compy. officer and 
forty-one privates who have never 
joined the Compy. 

privates who have never joined the 
Compy. 

privates who have never joined the 
Company. 

Privates who have never joined the 
Company. 



List of the Field and Staff Officers of the Detached Militij 
1st Brig'd 1st Division of Pennsylvania. 

Field and Staff. 

Lieut. Colonel Peter L. Berry. 

Major Vogdes. 

Major Bosarth. 

Adjut't Trupup. 

Qu Mast Gibson. 



Platoon Officers. 

Capt. James Perle. 

Capt. Reuben Elder. 

1st Lt. Wm. Fargrave Corny. 

1 Lieut. Alex'r Napier Comp. 

2 Lt. Wm. Fisher. 

Capt'n Justus Bullard. 

Ensign Silas W. Sexton. 

Capt. Cotter. 

1st Lt. Robert Roberts (sick). 

Capt. Fenton. 

1st Lt. John Simmons. 



592 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Names of Officers. 

Comprising ttie Field and Staff. 

Gen'l Staff. 

Brig. Gen'l Thomas Cadwalader. 

Acting Adjut't Gen'l Charles W. Hunter. 

Dep'y Quar'r Mas't Genl. Henry Sergeant. 

Brig'e Major John Hare Powell. 

Aid de Camp Rich'd McCall. 

Extra Aid de Camp John Biddle. 

Field & Staff. 

Colonel Clement S. Biddle. 

1st Major Joseph R. Ingersoll. 

2d Major Samuel Voorhees. 

Adjutant Michael U. Ash. 

Qua. Mast. Francis R. Warton. 

Pay Master Thomas R. Peters. 

Qu. Mas. Sergt. Fredc. W. Sperry, 

Serg't Major Sam'l Wilcox. 

Surgeon Samuel Stewart. 
Surgeons Mate James Smith. 

Regiment of Infantry. 

Platoon Officers. 

State Fencibles. 

Capt. Hartman. 

1 Lt. Hen'y Williams. 

2d Lt. Isaac W. Norris. 

3 Lt. T. A. Canoner. 

Independent Volunteers. 

Capt. Daniel Oldenburgh. 

1 Lieut. George G. Wright. 

2d Lieut. Thomas Snyder, 

Ensign Rich'd Fawks. 

2 Compy. Washington Guards. 

Capt. John Swift. 

1st Lieut. C. S. Ellick. 

2nd Lt. Benjamin Grata. 

3rd Lt. C. B. McElwee. 

Ensign Francis B. Stockton. 



WAR OP 1812-1814. 593 

3rd. Compy. Washington Guards. 

Capt. Thomas F. Pleasants. 

1st Lt. Jno. C. Montgomery. 

2d Lt. Francis W. Rawl. 

Ensign Rich'd Biddle. 

Independent Blues. 

Capt. Peter A. Brown. 
1st Lt. James Campbell. 
2d Lt. Wm. Tempest. 
3rd Lt. Wm. Rayfield. 
Ensign Thomas Tayler. 

1 Union Guards. 

Capt. Wm. Mitchell. 

1st Lt. James Mitchell. 

2nd Lt. Dennis Kain. 
3rd Lt. Wm. McCallen. 
Ensign Fred'c Floffman. 



Mifflin Guards. 

Capt. Sam'l Anderson. 

1st Lt. Fred Shull. 

2d Lt. David Marshall. 

Ensign W. Buggint. 

2d Union Guards. 

Capt. Joseph Murry. 

1st Lt. Wm. Caselues. 

2 Lt. John Stratton. 

3 Lt. Peter Ogle. 

Ensign Andrew Rogers. 

1st Washington Guards. 

Capt. John R. Mifflin. 
1st Lt. Thos. J. Stratton. 

2 Lt. Thos. Traquir. 

3 Lt. Jno. M. Baker. 



38— Vol. VIH— 6th Ser. 



594 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

State Guards. 

Capt. Henry Myers. 

1st Lt. J. H. Fisler. 

2nd Lt. Geo. Billington. 

3 Lt. Alexand'r McCaraher, 

Ensign Daniel Miller. 

Independent Company. 

Flying Artillery. 

Cap. Rich'd Bache. 

1 Lt. Benj'n Chew, Junior. 

2nd Lieut. John Byrne. 
Cornet Thomas McClean. 

Independ't Compy. 

2nd Troop Cavalry. 

Capt. William Rawl. 

1st. Lieut. John M. Scott. 

2nd Lieut. Wm. Schlatter. 

Cornet John Hall. 

Battalion Atillery. 

Field and Staff. 

Major A. M. Prevost. 

Adjutant John G. Hutton. 

Qu Mast. Jacob Peters. 

Serg't Major Rob't O'Neal. 

Indepsnd't Comp. 

Lieut. Lennard. 
Lieut. Snyder. 
Lieut. Boyd. 

3d Lieut. Shoemaker. 

Indep'd Compy. 

Junior Artillerists. 

Capt. Cash. 
1st. Lieut. Cooper. 
2nd. Lieut. Frick. 
2Dd Lieut. Guyer. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 595 

Capt. Nayles Comp. 

1st. Lieut. Baker. 
2nd Lieut. Park. 

Capt. Stevensons Corp. 

1st. Lieut. Lambis. 
2nd Lieut. Bartden. 

Capt. Duffields Corp. 

1st. Lieut. Badger. 
2nd Whitaker. 



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The United States: 

To James Hamill Quarter Master Sergeant of the Battalion 

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light Brigade. 

To pay as a private from 24 August 1814 to Sept. 16, 1814, 

22 days at $8 per month $5.67 

To pay as Quarter Master Sergeant from 10 Sept. 1814, 
until January 2nd 1815. 3 months and 16 days at $12 
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$47.S 



I hereby certify that the calculations and additions of the 
above acct. have been by me examined & that the sum of forty 
seven dollars and eighty six cents appears to be due thereon. 
Signed Duplicates hereof, 

J. M. PORTER, 
Paymaster. 

Received of James Madison Porter regimental paymaster 
this twenty fifth day of July 1815 the sum of Forty seven dol- 
lars Eighty six cents being my Pay from the 24th of August 
1814. to the 2d of January 1815 having Signed Duplicates Re- 
ceipts hereof. 

JOHN PATTERSON 



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WAR OF 1812-1814. 



617 



ROLL AND MUSTER OF CAPlAiN THOMAS ATKINSON'S 
COMPANY OF VOLUNTEERS ATTACHED TO THE 137TH 
REGIM'T PENNA. MILITIA RALPH MARTIN LIEUT. 
COL'O COMMANDT FROM THE 26TH AUGUST TO THE 
4TH SEPTEMBER 1812 INCLUSIVE ON DUTY AT ERIE. 



Captain. 
Thomas Atkinson. 

Lieutenant. 
Robert McClenahan. 

Ensign. 
Brad. Sinclair. 

Sergeants. 

William Shannon. 

John Daniels. 
Crispar C. Daniels. 

John Sinclair. 

Corporals. 

Nathan Brown. 

William Townley. 

Samuel Clark. 

Hugh Lowrey. 



Privates. 



Jacob Heitz. 
James Atlee. 
Simion Dunn. 
Owen David. 
Alexander Bell. 
William Buckley. 
Elijah McClanagan. 
Peter Mitchel. 
Jacob McBride. 
Albert Haines. 
Thomas Bloomfield. 
Stephen Straight. 



Alexander Holman. 
David Heights. 
Samuel Carrol. 
John Vancourt. 
Edward Ryan. 
Samuel Martin. 
Thomas Gibson. 
Robert Clark. 
Daniel Phillips. 
William Skelton. 
Joseph Adams. 
Thomas Dupray, 



618 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

John Rodgers. James Randolph. 

John Dunn. Robert Henderson. 

William Foster. Samuel Steel. 

James Lowrey. Phillip Jarber. 

John McGuire. James Anderson. 

Daniel Williams. John Johnston. 
John Williams. 

I do certify that the above roll and muster is just and true. 
Sept. 13, 1812. 

THOS. ATKINSON, Captain. 
R. MARTIN, Lt. Coll'n. 



ROLL AND MUSTER OF CAPTAIN THOMAS ATKINSON'S 
COMPANY OF VOLUNTEERS ATTACHED TO THE 137TH 
REGIM'T PENNA. MILITIA RALPH MARTIN LIEUT. 
COL. COMMANDANT, FROM THE 26TH AUGUST TO THE 
lOTH SEPTEMBER, 1S12, (BOTH DAYS INCLUDED) ON 
DUTY AT ERIE. 



Captain. 
Thomas Atkinson. 

Lieutenant. 
Robert McClonahan. 

Ensign. 
Brad. Sinclair. 

Sergeants. 
1. William Shannon. 

2. John Daniels. 

3. Casper C. Daniels. 
4. John Sinclair. 

Corporals. 
1. Nathan Brown. 
2. William Townly. 

3. Samuel Clark. 
4. Hugh Lowry. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



619 



Privates. 

Tho's Gibson. 

Robert Clark. 

Daniel Phillips. 

William Skelton. 

Joseph Adams. 

Tho's Duprey. 

John Rodgers. 

John Dunn. 

William Foster, 

James Lowrey. 

John McGuire. 

Daniel Williams. 

John Williams. 

James Randolph. 

Robert Henderson. 

Samuel Steel. 

James Anderson. 

John Johnston. 
Philip Larber, (waiter) 
I do certify that the above roll and muster is just and true. 
Sept. 13, 1812. 

THOS. ATKINSON, Captain. 
Commanded, 
R. MARTIN, Lt. Col. Com'd. 



Jacob Heights. 
James Alle. 
Simeon Dunn. 
Owen David. 
Alex. Bell. 
William Buckley. 
Elisha McClanahan 
Peter Mitchell. 
Jacob McBride. 
Albert Hains. 
Tho's Bloomfield. 
Stephen Height. 
Alex. Holman. 
David Heights. 
Sam'l Carrol. 
John Vancort. 
Edward Ryan. 
Samuel Martin. 



A RETURN OF CAPTAIN SAMUEL GORDON'S COMPANY, 
MARCH 18TH, 1814. 



Captain. 
Samuel Gordon. 



W'm Dick, 1st. 



Lieutenants. 

W'm. Paton, 2nd. 



James Burns, 1. 
Hugh Davison, 2. 



Sergents. 

Charles P. Mills, 3. 
James Scott, 4. 



Joseph Gordon, 1. 
Joseph Arthur, 2. 



Corporals. 

James Wall, 3. 
John Rodman, 4. 



620 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



9. John McConnel. 

10. Benjamin Lewis. 

11. Peter Keefer. 

12. Henry Saugher. 

13. Joseph Shilling, Drummer. 

14. Adam Ream. 

15. John Carshner. 

16. Robert Ullan. 

17. W'm Clark. 

18. Richard Cackel. 

19. Henry Weaver. 

20. Benjamin Brump. 

21. W'm Alsop. 

22. John Dawman. 

23. Abr'm Peaeeaker. 

24. .Jacob Deamer. 

25. Alex'r Mcmullan. 

26. Henery Giger. 

27. John Graham. 

28. Nathaniel Fips. 

29. Henery Laiten. 

30. Murdock Mitchel. 



Privates. 


48. 


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49. 


Joseph Flora. 


50. 


Daniel Mentzer. 


51. 


George Glaze. 


ler. 52. 


Thomas Clingen. 


53. 


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54. 


John Jeffery. 


55. 


Adam Brown. 


56. 


W'm Miller. 


57. 


John McNeal. 


58. 


Jacob Smith. 


59. 





31. John Vv^ouber. 

32. Philip W. Mason. 

33. W'm. Burgess. 

34. John Davis. 

35. Frederick Stumbaugh. 

36. Frederick Beaverson. 

37. George M. Miller. 

38. Mathew King. 

39. Adam Rankin. 

40. W'm King. 

41. Jacob Ebey. 

42. W'm Wolf. 

43. William Devilsbus. 

44. John Coon. 

45. James Logan. 

46. James Thompson. 

47. W'm Warden. 

I do Certify that the above is a correct return of Roll of the 
men in my Company now ord'd on a tour of duty to Erie. 
Given under my hand March 18th, 1814. 

SAM'L GORDON, Capt. 

JAMES WOOD, Major, 



60. Michal Bohren. 

61. John Greenly. 

62. Richard Donaho. 

63. George Barr. 

64. W'm Reeceman. 

65. Joseph Weffman. 

66. Walker Redick. 

67. Mauney Tetrick. 

68. George Miller. 

69. George Davis. 

70. Peter Moyers. 

71. Peter V/arger. 

72. Andrevy' Robison. 

73. John Fisher. 

74. W'm Edwards. 

75. Nicholas Smith. 

76. Joseph Neal. 

77. Philip Moyers. 

78. Martin Board. 

79. John Ritter. 
SO. Joseph Tice. 

Thomas Pea. 
Henery Unger. 
John Mccawley. 
Conard Craft. 
Erasmus Quarter. 



WAR OF 1S12-1S14. 



621 



RECEIPT ROLL 07 CAPT. THOS. McMILLIN COMPANY 
BEING A PART 01'^ THE 135TH REGEMBNT PENNSYL- 
VANYA MILITIA DOING DUTY AT ERIE IN THE YEAR 
1813 UNDER THE COMMAND OF LT. COL. AND. CHRISTY. 
BY ORDER OF MAJOR GENERAL MEAD DATAC JULY 
THE 25, 1813. 



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Aug. 
Aug. 






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Aug. 
Aug. 




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Sam'l Hougaland, Priv't, 


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Isaac Faterson, Priv't 


Aug. 


John Groscros, Priv't 


Aug. 


George Hevis. Priv't, 


Aug. 


Wm. Clark, Priv't 


Aug. 


Sam'l Hover, Priv't 




Nathanuel Hezen, Priv't, 


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Received of .lames CI irk the sum.s fixed cpotit our namer-;. 
I do Certify that the above pay roll is Correct and true. 

THOMAS McMILLIN, 

Cap't. 
Aproved 
AND'W CHRISTY, Lt. Col. 



622 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



RETURN OF THE NAMES OF THE MEN COMPOSING CAPT. 
ANDREW MITCHEL'S COMPANY. 



Capt. 
Andrew Mitchel. 

Lieut. 
Samuel McKeehan. 

<Jn<i Lieut. 
James Mitchel. 



Robert McBride. 



Sergts. 

Andrew Derr, 



John Kingsborough. 
Peter Thompson. 
Thomas Cooper. 
Philip Cope. 
John Bilen. 
John Montgomery. 
Peter Ripton. 
James Sheilds. 
Robert Mathers. 
Daniel Campbell. 
Michael Long. 
Joseph Thompson. 
Elias McClelland. 
George Lytle. 
Joshua Styner. 
Thomas McEntire. 
Joseph Long. 
John Browneller. 
John Ripton. 
Thomas Mathers. 
John Wilt. 
John House. 
William P. Cooper. 
Jesse Cooper. 
Jacob Redick. 
John Moor. 



Privates. 

John Barber. 
Samuel McKibben. 
Joseph Cooper. 
George Weekline. 
William Ritchie. 
Joseph Bilew. 
Patrick McMenomy. 
James Callen. 
Joseph Derr. 
John Fulton. 
Thomas Herron. 
Philip Epright. 
Samuel Woods. 
William Clark. 
William Corothers. 
John Campbell. 
James Tanneyhill. 
Solomon Thrush. 
John Dixon. 
Samuel Ross. 
John Ross. 
Andrew Carson. 
George Watsbougher. 
John Myer. 
Abraham Sever. 
John Devalt. 



WAR OF 1812-1811. 



George Daugherty. 
Robert McClelland. 
Jonathan Booth. 
Henry Rondebaugh. 
Morgan Kelly. 
Timothy Dimpsey. 
Robert Doud (furlow). 
James Davis (furlow). 
Samuel Spangler (furlow). 
William Logan (furlow). 
Mark Spidle. 
John Bisline. 
Fred'k Anders. 



George Sandy. 

tamuel Dennison. 
Wm. Branyan. 
Israel Jenning. 
John Garner. 
Henry Keel. 
Michael Willing. 
Jno. A. McMullen. 
David Holmes. 
Wm. Hughes. 
Wm. Jones. 
Presly Irvine. 



The above and within roll is a just & true return of the 
men and their Names now in Service and under my command 
as part of the Detachment to march to Erie from the 1st 
Brigade, 7 Division Pennsylvania Militia Agreeable to a re- 
quisition of the President of the United States and the order 
of the Governor of the State of Pennsylvania. Certified under 
my hand at Carlisle March 1, 1814. 

AND'W MITCHELL, 
Capt. 
JAMES FENTON, Colonel Comman'dt. 



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PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



APPRAISMENT OF THE ARMS OF CAPT. SOLOMON 
SPARKS COMPANY IN THE 2D BATALION 2D RIFLE 
REGIMENT COMMANDED BY COL. WILLIAM; PIPER. 
APPRAISORS CAPT. SOLOMON SPARKS, LIEUT. JAMES 
PIPER, ENSIGN DAVID FLETCHER, CAMP MEADVILLE, 
OCTOBER THE 21ST, 1812. 





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Daniel Casner, 


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WAR OF 1812-1814. 



627 



APPRAISEMENT OF THE ARMS OF CAPT. SOLOMON 
SPARKS COMPANY— Continued. 





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Soloman Whetstone, 

Henry Smith, 

John Deal 

David Rennard, .. 
Wm. McCorty 



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1.25 
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NOTE. This is a copy of an old aprsmt. List brought into this office by 
John Brown, Esq. (Pot. & Union) July 27. 1S69, copied & returned to him 
same day. Company was from Bedford County. The rolls belong to a 
nephew of Capt. Spark.s. 



Carlisle, March 1st, 1814. 

We the men whose names are hereunto Subscribed attached 
to Capt. Andrew Mitchel's Volunteer Rifle Company in the 
bounds of the first Brigade, seventh division, Pennsylvania 
Militia, and belonging to the fifth detachment now called into 
service under the command of Col. James Fenton acknowledged 
to have received from Robert Lamberton paymaster of said 
detachment six dollars per man in part of additional pay or 
compensation allowed by an act of the Legislature passed the 
29th day of March A. D. 1813, and agreeably to an act passed 
the 22nd day of February 1814. 



G28 Pennsylvania volunteers. 

Sergeants. 

1. Robert McBride, Jr. 

2. Andrew Derr. 



3. Peter Thompson. 

4. Thomas Cooper. 

5. Philip Cope. 

6. John 

7. John MontgomerJ^ 

8. Pete Pipton. 

9. James Shields. 

10. Rohert Mathew. 

11. Danl. Campbell. 

12. Michael Long. 

13. Joseph Thompson. 

14. Elias (his [X] mark) McClelland. 

15. George Little. 

16. Joshua Styner. 

17. Thomas Myline. 

18. Joseph Long. 

19. John 

20. John Ripton. 

21. John Wilt. 

22. John 

23. William P. Cooper. 

24. Jesse Cooper. 

25. Jacob Redick. 

26. John Moore. 

27. John his X mark Barber. 

28. Samuel his X mark McKibbon. 

29. Joseph Cooper. 

30. George his X mark Weekline. 
31. 

32. 

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34. James 

35. Joseph ■ 

36. John Fullton. 

37. Thomas his X mark Herron. 

38. Philip Epright. 

39. Samuel Woods. 

40. Wm. Clark. 

41. John Campbell. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 629 



42. James Tanuyhill. 

43. Salomon his X mark Tliriisn. 

44. .John Dickson. 

45. Kamuel Ross. 

46. William Carothers. 

47. John Ross. 

48. Andrew Carson. 

id. George his X mark Watsborougu. 

5'.'. John Mayers. 

51. Abraham his X mark Lever. 

52. John Devault. 

53. George Dufferty. 

54. Robert McCalland, 

55. Jonathan his X mark Booth. 
5C. Henry Rowdebough. 

57. Morgan Kelley. 

58. Timothy Dimsey. 

59. William Logan. 

60. Jos. Matters. 

61. John Kingsborough. 
62. 

63. 

64. 

65. George Sunday. 



67. Samuel Deniston. 

68. William Branyan. 

69. Israel Jennings. 

70. John Gardner. 

71. Kenry Keel. 

72. Michael his X mark Wiling. 

73. John McMillen. 

74. David Holmes. 

75. Wm. Hughes. 

76. Robt. Douds. 

77. Saml. 

78. William Jones. 

79. Presley his X mark Irwine. 



630 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



A SUBSISTANCE ACCOUNT OF WM. KENNEDY QUARTER 
MASTER OF THE 137TH REGT. P. M. FOR A SEVENTEEN 
DAYS TOUR OF DUTY AT ERIE IN THE MONTHS OF 
JULY & AUGUST 1S13, UNDER THE COMMAND OF MAJOR 
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DAVID NELSEN, Majr. Com'r. 



November 28th, 1816. 
Received of John Phillips paymaster ten Dollars and twenty 
cents in full of my Subsistence accoumpt for a seventeen Days 
tour of duty ending the 6th of August, 1813. Received by me. 

WM. KENNEDY, Q. M. 



December 2nd, 1816. 

Sir: After my Respets to you wishing you to trye if this will 
answer the purpose to get that triffle of money that ought to 
come to me by right and if it should pass with your accomps. 
it will much oblige me by leaving it with Captn. Saml. 
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erowe what the Reason is to Satisfy, and if so be that it should 
ever lay in my power that I can do you a favor I will do it 
with pleasure so no more but Remains yours Respectfully. 

WM. KENNEDY. 
MR. JNO. PHILLIPS. 



LANCASTER— 1812-14. 



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PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF VOLUNTEERS COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN JOHN REITZEL OF THE 1ST 
REGIMENT OF RIFLEMEN PERFORMING A TOUR OF 
DUTY UNDER THE COMAND OF LIEUT. COLONEL WIL- 
LIAM HAMILTON WHO RENDEZVOUSED AT LAN- 
CASTER UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER OF THE 
GOVERNOR, DATED 28 OCTOBER, 1814. 



Commencement of Service 1st November, Expiration of ser- 
vice 4tli December 1814. Time charged for all 1 month, 4 days. 

Captain. 
John Reitzel. 



Henry E. Heinitch, 1st. 



Lieutenants. 

James Jeffries, 



Ensign. 
Frederick Greenwood. 



Thomas Sherrer, 1st. 
John McCurdy, 2nd. 



Maurice Spellawn, 1st. 
John Fultz, 2nd. 



Sergeants. 

Richard Coleman, 3rd. 
William A. Regg, 4th. 

Corporals. 

William Howard, 3rd. 
Hugh Sanders, 4th. 



Bugler. 
Frederick Heinitch. 



Andrew, George. 
Arthur, William. 
Bailey, Stephen. 
Bedel, Benjamin. 
Bitner, Abraham. 
Bell, William. 
Binkley, Felix. 
Benner, Herman. 
Calleghan, Edward. 
Cunningham, Samuel. 
Duder, John. 



Privates. 

Eckart, Jeremiah. 
Foultz, William. 
Fitzgerald, Edward. 
Fisher, Joseph. 
Graff, George, Jun'r. 
Harsk, John. 
Hornberger, Stephen. 
Johnson, Daniel. 
Jackson, John. 
Keyler, Daniel. 
Leyman, Henry. 



640 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Marrow, Jolin. 
Michael, William. 
Michael, William. 
Moore, Anselme. 
McCoy, Charles. 
McGrand, Barney. 
Mesersmith, John. 
Prutzman, John. 
Reily, John. 
Reese, Jacob. 
Sloan, Elijah. 
Stornbach, George. 

I certify the foregoing to be 
pany. 

WILL'M HAMILTON, Lt. Col. 



Smith, Michael. 
Smith, John. 
Smith, Nathaniel. 
Schanm, John. 
Stall, Samuel. 
Taylor, John. 
Thome, John. 
Wilhelm, John. 
Young, Peter. 
Zantzinger, Henry. 
John Trueby. 

a correct pay Roll of my Com- 
JOHN REITZEL, Capt'n. 



MARCUS HOOK— 1812-14. 



41— Vol. VIII— 6th Ser. 



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PAY ROLL OF CAPT'N DAVID ALTEMAS'S COMPANY 2D 
BRIGADE 1ST DIVISION PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA IN 
THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF COLONEL JOHN THOMPSON. 



Captain. 
David Altemas. 



1. John Foulkrod. 



Lieutenant. 

2. Tyler Clayton. 



Philip Knorr. 



Ensigns. 

John Deprefontaiu. 



Joseph Vanosdal. 
Joseph Hallowell. 



Sergeants. 

Samuel Vanhorne. 
George Farr. 



Zepheniah Clayton. 
Stricklin S. Foster. 



Corporals. 

Joseph Vandergrift. 
Caleb Clark. 



Drummer. 
William Adair. 



Privates. 
Charles Yonker. 
John Cockle. 
Thomas Britton. 
Bernard McNelly. 

George Mann, absent without leave since the 19th Sept. 
William Walton, Deserted 26 Sept. 
John Moony. 
Rodney Senix. 
Robert Thompson. 
John McNelly. 
Charles Engle. 
John J. Crewscn. 
Samuel Acoff. 
John Steinart. 
James Bcdine. 



644 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

John Miller. 

John Merwine. 

Jesse Crewson. 

Charles Mann. 

Hugh Wybrant. 

Amasa Magarge. 

William Crewson. 

Britton Walton, deserted 25 Sept. 

John Otteson. 

George Fritz. 

Solomon Merkle. 

William Kelly. 

John Hamilton. 

Owen Owen. 

Josiah Hendricks. 

Elias Johnson. 

Benjamin Vandegrift. 

George Baish. 

Robert Edwards. 

William Burk. 

Jonathan Altemas. 

John Henderson. 

John C. V/hartenby. 

Aaron W. Lyon.. . 

I do certify the above Roll to be true. 
Witness my hand, 
Camp Marcus Hook, 
Oct. 14, 1814. 

DAVID ALTEMAS, Capt. 

I certify on honor that the within Roll exhibits a true State of 
the Militia Company under my command and the remarks set 
opposite the names are accurate and Just. 

DAVID ALTEMAS. 
Camp Marcus Hook, 
October 17th 1814. 
JOHN THOMPSON, Col. 

i certify on honor that the Militia Company commanded by 
Captain D. Altemas is in the Service of the United States under 
orders cf the General Commanding 4th Military district. 
Camp Marcus Hook, 
October 17, 1814. 

THOMAS SNYDER, 
Brigadier General Commanding. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



645 



A MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY DRAFTED MILITIA 
JOHN BAKE OVEN UNDER THE COMMAND OF COL. 
JOHN THOMPSON. COMMENCED SEPT. IITH, 1814, AND 
DISCHARG'D JAN. 5TH, 1815. 



Captain. 
John BakeOven. 



Daniel Neveling, 1st, 



Lieutenants. 

Peter H. Pate, 2nd, 



Ensign. 
Peter M. Pate. 



Jacob Moser, 1st. 
Saml. Baker, 2nd. 



Sergeants. 



W'm Shepherd, 3rd. 
Richard Fordham, 4th. 



David Henderson, 1st. 
John Mood, 2nd, 



Corporals. 



Jacob Mood, 3rd. 
Isaac Faunce, 4th. 



Fifer. 
Casper Stinsman. 



Privates. 



Anthony Keffer. 
Jacob Hoffman. 
John Morris. 
James Cornwell. 
Adam Hoffman. 
Luke Morgan, Substitute. 
Peter Baker, Jun'r. 
Jacob H. Pate. 
Geo. Upperman. 
Randolph Creamer. 
Isaac Toy, Substitute. 
James Shellingsford. 
Adam Grissum. 



James Duffee. 

Wm. Wright, Substitute. 

Jacob Smith, Jun'r. 

Henry Wall, Jun'r. 

John Sheets. 

Michal Kaeely. 

John Gardy. 

John Bennett. 

John Vance, 

John Crow, 

W'm Johnson. 

John Sickfaits. 

Nicholas Elixander, 



646 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



John Montgomery. 
Conrad Kinsey. 
John Smith. 
John Denny. 
John Foster. 
Joseph Crist. 
John Crist. 
Michal Crist. 
Henry Stoskpine. 
Fred'Iv Bauldt. 
John Shepherd. 
John Shipe. 
Jeremiah Peterson. 
George Conser. 
Jacob Naiser. 
James Aarons. 
Theophilus Williams. 
Mitchel Walters. 
Will'm Dickeson. 
John Gann. 
John Elliott. 
Lewis Fox 
John Earl. 
James Pennock. 
George Parker. 
Joseph Riffert. 
Adam Dedeker. 



George Geigar. 

James Campbell. 

Nehemiah Knox. 

John Newton. 

Lewis Fizel. 

George Cantrell. 

Josiah North. 

John Thopp. 

Ebenezer Willis. 

Jesse Hasmer. 

Peter Teeas. 

Thomas Mahan. 

Alexander McClary. 

Phillip Seiker. 

Christ'n Kepple. 

Tho's Gill. 

Henry Abrahams. 

Henry Weaver. 

John Fields. 

W'm Wallace. 

John Wagner. 

Will'm Paice. 

George Chilcot, Substitute. 

Henry Crist. 

George Afllerback. 

Frederick Erhard. 

Richard Tull. 



Those men marked as substitutes performed the whole tour 
of Duty and ought to receive the State pay as they have the 
United States pay. 

DAN'L NEVELING, 
1st Lieut. 



PAY ROLL OF CAPTAIN J. BAKEOVEN'S COMPANY 2D 
BRIGADE 1ST DIVISION, PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA, IN 
THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES UNDER COM- 
MAND OF COL. JOHN THOMPSON. 



Saml. Baker, 1st. 
Wm. Sheppard, 2d. 



Sergeants. 

Richard Fordam, 3rd. 



WAR OP 1812-1814. 



647 



David Henderson, 1st. 
John Mood, 2nd. 



Corporals. 



Jacob Mood, 3rd. 
Isaac Faunce, 4th. 



Privates. 



Anthony Keffer. 
Jacob Hoffman. 
John Morris. 
James Cornwell. 
Adam Hoffman. 
Luke Morgan. 
Peter Balver. 
Jacob H. Boat. 
George Upperman. 
Rudolph Cramer. 
Isaac Toy. 

James Shillingforth. 
Adam Grifsein. 
Wm. Wright. 
Jacob Smith. 
Henry Wall. 
John Sheetz. 
Michael Creely. 
John Gardy. 
John Bennet. 
John Vance. 
John Croud. 
Wm. Johnston. 
John Sichfrit. 
Nicholas Alexander. 
John Montgomery. 
Conrad Kinsery. 
John Smith. 
John Denny. 
John Forster. 
Joseph Crist. 
Henry Strockbine. 
Michael Crist. 
Fred'k Bautt. 
John Shipe. 
Jere Peterson. 
George Cansor. 
Jacob Nasor. 



James Arons. 
Theopelus Williams 
Milchel Walters. 
Wm. Dickerson. 
John Goahn. 
John Elliot. 
Lewis Fox. 
John Erie. 
James Penik. 
George Parker. 
Joseph Riffet. 
Adam Redek. 
George Giger. 
James Campbell. 
Nehemiah Knok. 
John Newton. 
Lewis Pitzell. 
George Cantrell. 
Josiah North. 
John Thorp. 
Ebinezer Willis. 
Jessy Herman. 
Peter Tees. 
Thomas Mahon. 
Alex'r McClary. 
Philip Suker. 
Christian Hepler. 
Thomas Gill. 
Henry Abraham. 
Henry Weaver. 
John Fields. 
Wm. Wallow. 
John Wagner. 
Wm. Price. 
George Chilcot. 
Henry Christ. 
George Afflerbauch. 
Fred'k Evhard. 



648 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Richard Tull. Caspar Stinceman. 

James Duffy. Jacob Moser. 

John Sheppard. Jno. Crist, Jr. 

We do Certify on honor that the within -Roll contains a true 
state of the company of non-commissioned officers and privates 
commanded by Captain Bakeoven 2d Brigade, 1st division 
Pennsyl. Militia under command of Col. John Thompson. 

JOHN BAKEOVEN, Capt. 
Camp Marcus Hook, 

October 17, 1814. 
JOHN THOMPSON, Col. 

I certify that the company commanded by Captain L Bake- 
oven is in the Service of the United States under order of the 
General Comd'g the 4 Military district. 
Camp Marcus Hook, 
October 17, 1814. 

THOMAS SNYDER, 
Brigadier General Commanding. 



PAY ROLL OF THE FIRST CORPS, BUCKS COUNTY 
MILITIA UNDER COM'D OF CAPT. (DANIEL) BENEZETT 
ATTACH'D TO THE REG'T PENNA. MI*.ITIA NOW IN 
THE SERVICE OF THE U. STATES. 



Privates. 



Joseph Harrison. 

Joseph Milnor. 

David Bowman. 

Joseph Vansant, on Furlow. 

Henry Graham. 

Daniel Bailey. 

Hugh Morton. 

Joseph West. 

Sam'l Copeland. 

William Gosline. 

Johnston Leeck. 

Benjamin Scott. 

Cornelius Vandegrift. 

John Branson. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 649 



Jno. Green. 
Samuel Cabeen. 
Joseph Lawrence. 
William Renshaw. 
Jno. Shafer. 
Peter Wearel, deserted. 
John Caliban. 
Joshua Haines. 
David Sipler. 
Robt. Sanderson. 
Samuel Mood. 
Moses Doan. 
Ira Titus. 
James Gregg. 
Joseph Brown (deserted). 
Amos Morris. 
Thomas Carigan. 
Joel Allen (deserted). 
Andw. Crozier. 
Jacob Cutloow. 
James Hunter. 
Alexander Armstrong. 
Charles Snyder. 
Aaron Brodnak. 
Joseph Brutton. 
William Winder (deserted). 
Jacob Slack. 

Joseph Capple (on Furlow). 
William Napphas. 
Chris'r Johnston. 
Rich'd C. Winship. 
George Northrop. 
■ William Booze. 
Adam Rue. 
Ebenezer Stackhouse. 
Henry Tomlinson. 
Joseph Stack. 
Charles Riley. 
Henry Boozer. 
Jesse Vernon. 
David Tombs. 
Mitchel Wright. 
Richard Rue. 
Moses Cox. 



G50 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Benj. Lawrence. 

John Sutton. 

Thomas Davis. 

John Harrison. 

John Gibbs. 

Daniel Carlgan (on furlow). 

Charles Bloomsbury. 

Jno. Vandegrift. , 

Jno. Cummings. 

Clement Ritchinson. 

Thomas Scattergood. 

William F. Vandegrift. 

Valentine Wells. 

Peter States. 

James Douglass. 

James Barnhile. 

W. H. Wilkinson. 

Joseph Wise. 

Jno. Woolard. 

Joshua Winkoop. 

Jno. D. Rich. 

Benj'n Sisco. 

Zachariah States. 

Benj'n Wright. 

Joel Molesburry. 

Mahlon Stachhouse. 

Thomas Evans. 

George Sipler. 

Charles Paterson. 

Francis White (deserted). ' 

Abraham Murdoch. 

Jonathan Jackson. 

William Allen. 

Benj'n Satton. 

Jacob Schaffer. 

Henry Bowman (on Furlow). 

Malachi White. 

Jno. Coke. 

John Dobble. 

Jacob Carson. 

James Woodington. 

Edw'd Hutchinson. 

Robt. McMasters. 

Joseph Brelsford. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 651 

John Guy on (deserted). 

James Lopuy (deserted). 

Amos Hunter. 

Joseph Booze (on Furlow). 

Nathan Tomlinson. 

Samuel V/ink, on furlow from the surgeon. 

William Nelson. 

Will'm R. Hanna. 

Wil'm Babcock. 

We do Certify on honor that the within muster Roll exhibits 
a true state of the Company and that the remarks set opposite 
the men's names are correct and just. 
Camp Marcus Hook, Oct. 28, 1814. 

CAPT. DANIEL BENEZET. 
CONRAD KRICHBAUM, Col. 

I do Certify on honor that the Company Commanded by Capt. 
Benezet of Bucks County is in the Service of the United States 
under command of the Genl. commanding the Fourth Military 
District. 
Camp Marcus Hook, Oct. 28, 1814. 
By Order 

W. C. RODGERS, 

B. M> 



CAPTAIN JOHN BERGSTRESSER'S CO., COL. GEO. WIRICK 
PA. MIL., FROM 24 SEPT., 1814, FOR 6 MONTHS. 



Capt. Bergstresser. 
Lieut. Thomas Fisher. 
Lieut. Henry Nole. 

Sergeants. 

Uriah Silsby. 

Philip Ready. 

John Gilespie. 

Dan'l. Ranger (Daniel Rengler) 

Samuel Mirwine. 

John Sargeant. 

Geo. Clingan. 



652 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Corporals. 

William Neogus. 

John Varts. 

Jacob McCurley. 

John Lutz. 



Privates, 



James Anderson. 

Sam'l. Bermoge. 

W'm Bower. 

Joseph Clark. 

Jacob Coffman. 

John Bennett. 

Abraham Biddleman. 

Jesse Egbert, 

Peter Frederick, 

Charles Flickinger. 

Paul Goodlander. 

Jacob Oilman. 

Joshua Honsel. 

John Huffer. 

Benj. Baldy. 

William Herrindon, 

George Bower. 

Geo. Bellman. 

Havel Clark. 

Francis Clark. 

John Bower. 

William Clark. 
Jonathan Dempsy, 

Philip Piiffenderfer. 

W'm Campbell. 

Jacob Frederick. 

John Campbell, 

Jacoh Hubler, 

James Irwin, 

John Jones. 

W'm Jodun. 

Thomas Johnston, 

Abraham Kline, 

Daniel Kounty. 

Richard McGuire. 

John Mezner. 

Peter Mo wry (Peter Moyer). 



WAR OP 1812-1814. 653 



James McLaughlin. 

Daniel Manghemer. 

Adam Rose. 

Christoplier Rorabough. 

John Rees, west. 

Richard Steele. 

Jonas Sheckler, dead. 

Samuel Stricklin. 

Jacob Sypher, Dead. 

David Steele. 

Jonathan Smith. 

Henry Vanderhoof, Ohio. 

Samuel Wilson. 

Thomas Wilson. 

Gideon Williamson. 

Nicholas Welch. 

Benjamin Jodwin. 

Lewis Iky. 

John Jimison. 

W'm Irwin. 

George Kline (Columbia). 

Adam Kimmel (Ohio). 

Samuel Lutz (Ohio). 

Geo. Mingle. 

James McGee. 

Henry Moyer. 

Hugh McKinley. 

Michael Quinn. 

Philip Roxabough (Dead). 

Jonathan Rank (White Deer). 

Daniel Shaffer. 

Peter Struble, Dead. 

Simon Sheckler (west). 

Daniel Sterner. 

Adam Smith. 

Henry Sheffer. 

William Vanhorn, west. 

Abraham Vanhorn. 

John Walters. 

John Walters. 

Abraham Young. 

James Wallace. 

Geo. Zearphans (Turtle Creek) 



654 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Germantown, June 6th, 1816. 

A LIST OF MEMBERS COMPOSING THE 2 COMPANY OF 
UNION RIFLE UNDER THE COMMAND OF COLONEL 
JOEL B. SUTHERLAND LATE IN THE SERVICE OF THE 
UNITED STATES IN THE SECOND BRIGADE, FIRST 
DEVITION OF PENNSYL'A MILITIA COMMANDED BY 
JENAREL THOMAS SNYDER. 



Commencement of Service from the 12th of September, 1814 
Till the 3 of January, 1815. 

Captain. 
John M. Buckius. 

1st. Lieut. 
Henry Smith. 

2nd Lieut. 
Christopher Rex. 

3rd Lieut. .^ 

Jesse Weise. 

Cornealias Connover, 0. Sarjant. 
John Hains, 1st Sarjant. 
Samuel Engle, 2d Sarjant. 
Charles Lentz, 3rd Sarjant. 
William Wintercarst, 4th Sarjant. 
Charles Colloday, 1st 0. Serjt. 
Charles Scattergood, 2d 0. Serjt. 
Samuel Weise, 3rd O. Serjt. 
George Goldson, 4th 0. Serjt. 

Privates. 

Jesse Norton. Levan M. Caston. 

John Duke. George W. Caston. 

Samuel Scattergood. Peter Narrowgong. 

Joseph Hains. Christian Amoch. 

Charles Dannanhower. John Armcruston. 

George Wintercarst. Thomas Rose. 

Benton Caston. Isaac Griffith. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 655 

Abraham Vennor. George Snyder. 

Henery Vennor. David Cofman. 

Henery Presslor. John Bnnis. 

William Bressler. Jacob Triplor. 

Henery Shoape. Michel Navin. 

John Stoute. John Barrow. 

Peter Stoute. James Smith. 

John S. Stoute. Samuel Johnson. 

John Miller. Christopher Wolf. 

Jacob Zink. John Dickoson. 

Henery Meyers. Jacob Pifor. 

Isaac Lowdon. Barnat Adams. 

Abraham Weise. Isaah Hornback. 

Thomas Shreate. William Goldson. 

We certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits a true 
state of Captain Buckius' Company of Union Riflemen in the 
Service of the United States for the period therein mentioned 
and the remarks set opposite the names of the men are 
accurate and Just. 
June 19th, 1816. 

JOHN M. BOCKIUS. 
' J. B. SUTHERLAND, Lt. Col. 



PAY ROLL OF A VOLUNTEER COMPANY CALLED THE 
UNiON RIFLEMEN UNDER THE COMMAND OP CAPT. 
JOHN M. BUCKIUS ATTACHED TO THE SECOND BRI- 
GADE PENNA. MILITIA IN THE SERVICE OF THE 
UNITED STATES COMMANDED BY LIEUT. COL. JOEL B. 
SUTHERLAND. 



Camp near Marcus Hook, October 16th, 1814. 
John M. Buckius, Capt., With Leave. 
Henry Smith, 1 Liet'n. 
Christopher Rex, 2d Liet'n, With Leave. 
Jesse Weise, 3 Liet'n, With Leave. 
Jesse Norton, 1 Serjeant. 
Chas. Lentz, 2 Serjeant, with Leave. 
W'm. Wirterast. 

Sam Engle, 3 Serjeant, with Leave. 
Chas. Scattergood, 1 Corporal, Deserted. 
Geo. Gouldson, 2 Corporal. 
Saml. Weiss, 3 Corporal. 
Mitchel Navin, 4 Corporal. 



656 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Privates. 



John Armbrister. 

Cornelius Conover. 

John Stout, Deserted. 

Geo. W. Caston. 

Peter Stout, Deserted. 

Chas. Dannerhower. 

John S. Stout. 

Benton Caston. 

Ja's Smith. 

W Gouldson, Deserted. 

John Haines, with Leave. 

Ab'm Venner. 

Thos. Street. 

John Barrow. 

Henry Myers. 

Geo. Snyder. 

W'm Ressler, with Leave. 

John Ennis. 

Abr'm Weiss. 

Jacob Tripler. 

Henry Shope, 



Isaac Griffith. 

Isaac Lowden. 

Christophr. Wolf. 

Jacob Zink. 

John Dickenson, Deserted. 

Christian Amach, Deserted. 

Ja's Haines. 

Thos. Rose. 

Jacob Pifer. 

Bernard Adams, with leave. 

Henry Venner. 

Peter Navigong, with leave. 

John Miller. 

.John Duke. 

Saml. Johnston. 

Henry Presler. 

Isaac Hornboch. 

David Coffman. 

Eleren M. Castor. 

GeOj Wintercast. 

Saml. Scattergood, deserted. 



We certify on honor that this pay Roll exhibits a true state 
of the Rifle company attached to the second Brigade Penna. 
Militia and that the remarks set opposite the names of the 
men are accurate and just. 
JOEL B. SUTHERLAND, 

Lieutenant Colonel Commandant. 

HENRY SMITH, 
Lieutenant Commandant. 

I certify that the Rifle company commanded by John M. 
Buekius is in the United States under the orders of the general 
commanding the fourth military district. 

THOMAS SNYDER, 
Brig'r General. 



Camp Marcus Hook, October 25, 1814. 

We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privets of 
the Volunteer Company Union Riflemen of the Regiment 
commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Joel B. Sutherland, Militia 
of the State of Pennsylvania, in the service of the United States, 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



657 



under the requisition of the President of the 4th of July 1S14, 
and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby acknowledge to 
have received severally from Daniel Bussier, paymaster of the 
militia, the sum of six dollars, in advance, as part of our 
additional pay allowed by act of Assembly, the said sum of 
six dollars being paid to each of us by order of his excellency 
the Governor, under act of Assembly of February 22, 1814, The 
said company being commanded by John M. Buckius, Capt. 



1. Jesse Norton, Sergeant. 

2. Chas. Lentz, Sergeant. 

3. William Wintercast, Sergeant. 

4. Saml. Eugle, Sergeant. 

5. Charles Colloday, Corporal. 

6. Chas. Scattergood, Corporal. 

7. George Gouldson, Corporal. 

8. Saml. Weiss, Corporal. 



Privates. 



9. Mitchel Navin. 

10. John Armbruster. 

11. Cornelius Conover. 

12. John Stout. 

13. George W. Caston. 

14. Peter Stout. 

15. Chas. Dannenbower. 

16. John S. Stout. ^ 

17. Benton Caston. 

18. James Smith. 

19. William Gouldson. 

20. John Haines. 

21. Abm. Venner, 

22. Thomas Street. 

23. John Barrow. 

24. Henry Meyers. 

25. George Snyder. 

26. Wra. Prissier. 

27. John Ennis. 

28. Abram Weiss. 

29. Jacob Frissler. 

30. Henry Shope. 

42— Vol. VIII— 6th Ser. 



31. Isaac Griffith. 

32. Isaac Lowder. 

33. Christopher Woff. 

34. Jacob Zink. 

35. John Dickerson. 

36. Christian Amack. 

37. Jos. Haines. 

38. Thomas Rose. 

39. Jacob Pifer. 

40. Bernard Adams. 

41. Henry Venner. 

42. Peter Narisgong. 

43. John Miller. 

44. John Duke. 

45. Henry Pressler. 

46. Isaac Hornboch. 

47. David Coffeman. 

48. C. McCaston. 

49. George Wintercrast. 

50. Saml. Scattergood. 

51. Samuel Johnston. 

JOHN M. BOCKIUS, Captain. 



658 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



PAY ROLL FOR THE 3RD COMPANY 65TH REGT. COM- 
MANDED BY CAPT. JACOB CAMPBELL. 



Sergeants. 

1. Jno. Buzzard, Absent with leave. 

2. Saml. l3avis. 

3. Shannon Davis. 

4. John Staler. 

5. John Hager. 



1. Jacob Kurtz. 

2. James Wiliams. 

3. Jacob Hawk. 

4. John Christopher. 



Corporals. 



Privates. 



Christian Weaver. 

John Shriver, Absent with leave. 

John Griffeth, Absent without leave. 

John Young. 

John Miller. 

Edwd. R. Vanderslice. 

Davis Adams. 

Jno. Ewing. 

Samuel Turner. 

Charles Himes, Absent without leave. 

Lewis Morgan. 

Francis O'Neill. 

John Wertz. 

David Hampton, Absent Without leave. 

Peter Hartman, Absent With leave. 

Saml. McCowen. 

George King. 

John Davis Glandy. 

Daniel McEntire. 

Abraham Philips. 

Thomas Hampton. 

John Hardy. 

John Kelly, Absent without leave. 

Saml. Knowles. 

Isaiah Jones. 

John Clair. 
Adam Horner. 
John Golder. 



WAR OF 1S12-1814. 659 



Isaac Sawersworth, Absent without leave. 
John Jones, Absent without leave. 
John Wiles. 
John Neily. 
Charlls Williams. 
Daniel W^illiams. 
Benjamin Hawk. 
George Keiter. 
Ralph Parker. 
Matthias James. 
John Youngblood. 

Isaac Anderson, Absent With leave. 
John Hawk. 
Joseph Fox. 
Jonathan Baits. 

Thomas Rossiter, Absent with leave, now sick- 
Jacob Buckwalter. 
Saml. Pennypacker. 
John A. Smith. 
James Huston. 
Alexander McCarrahen. 
Emmanuel Grub. 
John Davis. 

Daniel Stall, absent without leave. 
James Kourtney. 
Wm. Steward. 
Adam Bankus. 
Henry Reynolds. 
Morris Crosier. 
Peter Heck. 
Jacob Shingle. 
George Price. 
Jacob Rembey. 
Henry Remly. 
Jesse March. 
Valentine Rembey. 
.Tob Harvey, absent without leave. 
Joseph Lapold. 
Joseph Laure. 
Edwd. Murphey. 
John Grub. 

Philip Hoffacker. Absent with leave. 
Joseph Clemmons. 
Christian ",emby. 



660 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

David Thomas. 

John Jones, sick at hxDme. 

Daniel Murry. 

Patrick Price. 

Wm. Carr. 

Armsrong Salyards. 

James Walter, for clothing. 

Wm. Goodin. 

Philip Chaffin. 

John Oliver. 

Joseph Hemiger. 

Enock Jenkins. 

Daniel Evans, sick at home. 

James Akins. 

Philip Clare. 

Nathaniel Jaquett. 

Isaac M. Davis. 

Anthony (Mutilated). 

Geo. (Mutilated). 

Camp Marcus Hook, Octoher 18th, 1814. 

I Certify on Honor this muster roll exhibits a true state of 
the 3rd Company 65th Regiment Pennsylvania Militia now in 
the service of the United States and that the Remarks set 
opposite the names of the men are accurate and Just. 

JACOB CAMPBELL, Cpt. 

I Believe the above to be a correct muster or pay Roll. 

J. L. PEARSON, Col. 

I Certify that the Commanded by Cpt. Campbell is in the ser- 
vice of the United States under orders of General Commanding 
Military district. 
Camp Marcus Hook, 

Oct. 18th, 1814. 

by adv. of the Genl. 

. (Mutilated) ROGERS, 
B. Majer. 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE QUOTA OF MILITIA IN THE 
13TH. REGIMENT OF THE PENNSYLVANIA UNDER 
MARCHING ORDERS TO MARCUS HOOK SEPTEMBER 
23D. 1814. 



William Lautensblaeger. 
Christopher Reitnauer. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 661 



Jacob Meitzler. 

Daniel Dutt. 

Henry Smeyer. 

John Wertz. 

Dieter Gaumer. 

John Matern, by his substitute David Larman. 

Peter Kline. 

George Smeyer. 

Peter Keisser. 

Henry Meitzler. 

John Kemrer. 

Conrad Meitzler. 

John Nerfer. 

John Weaver, sub for Geo. Wagner. 

Lewis Larash. 

John Knoelder, ensign. 

Alex'r Mensh, Serjeant. 

Andrew Klotz. 

Blias Wiand, by his sub. Mich'l Weaver. 

Jacob Hellegas, sub. for Jno. Wesgo. 

Peter Heim, sub for Phil. Diefenderfer. 

Jacob Stephy, by his sub Geo. Querry. 

Abraham Kiehel. 

Michael Kaem. 

John Mertz. 

Godfrey Diefenderfer. 

Peter Fink. 

George Mertz. 

Joseph Hamman. 

Daniel Draxel. 

Jonathan Shellhamer. 

George Miller. 

John Kaul. 

George Reinert. 

Jacob Merckel. 

Frederick Dengler. 

David Shaeffer. 

Theobald Kuntz, Lieutenant. 

John Koch. 

Philip Meyer, Drummer. 

Peter Derr, Fifer. 

George Litzenberger. 

Daniel Keck. 

George Kuntz. 



662 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Adam Keller. 

Philip Kimtz. 

Henry Keck, inkeeper. 

Jacob Shantz. 

Benjamin Shoemaker. 

Anthony Lechleider. 

Henry Mohr. 

George Shmith. 

John Hisky. 

Adam Heiberger. 

John Stadler. 

Jonathan Kemerer, Sub for Peter Swartz 

Peter Diehl. 

Henry Breish, 

George Carl. 

Henry Kern. 

Jacob Kvammes. 

Christian Willauer. 

Jacob Asterline. 

John Wagener. 

John Mohr. 

Joseph Bachman. 

George Florus. 

Philip Reichenbach. 

John Reichenbach. 

Henry Daubert. 

Cornelius Reinbold. 

Samuel Rinker. 

John Shantz. 

Henry Larosh. 

George Smeyer. 

David Shubert. 

John Dubbs. 

Jacob Reichenbach. 

John Shreider. 

Henry Funk. 

Nicholas Tegely. 

Jacob Ort. 

Michael Rudolph. 

George Derr. 

Captain. 
George Coldoley. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 663 

Lieut. 
John Arant. 

Ensign. 
John Knidler. 



ROLL OF THE 2D COMPANY IN REGIMENT PENNSYL- 
VANIA MILITIA NOW IN THE SERVICE OF THE 
UNITED STATES 23 OCTOBER 1814. 



Captain. 
George F. Coldovey. 

1st. Lieut. 
John Arnt. 

2d Lieut. 
George Miller. 

Ensine. 
John Knidler. 

1st. Sergints. 
Jacob Miller. 

2 Sergint. 
Lavis Lorosh. 

3 Sergint. 
John Koull. 

4 Sergint. 
Jacob Krammis. 

5 Sergint. 
Daniel Dudt. 

1st Corporals. 
Jacob Esterline. 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



2 Corporal. 
David Shaffer. 

3 Corporal. 
John Wertz. 

4 Corporal. 
Wiloam Landershliger. 

Drummer. 
Philip Myer. 

Fifer. 
George Martz. 



1. Fritrig Kammry, 

2. Henry Prich, 

3. Michael Weaver. 

4. John Robenold. 

5. Adgm Rickert. 

6. George Qiianey. 

7. Henry Hittel. 

8. Jacob Gilbert. 

9. Jonathon Kamery. 

10. Daniel Buchman. 

11. John Brunck. 

12. David Norman. 
13_. Fritrich Came. 

14. Allick Mensh. 

15. Peter Hine. 

16. John Wagner. 

17. John Wertz. 

18. Christopel Ridnouer, 

19. George Flowouse. 

20. Peter Deal. 

21. Jacob Brish. 

22. Lewis Steler. 

23. Henry Danbert. 

24. John Dups. 

25. Henry Funck. 

26. George Derr. 

27. Michael Rudulf, 
October 19. 



Priveites. 

28. George Smith. 

29. John Bachman. 

30. Conrad Meitzler. 

31. Henry Meitzler. 

32. George Shmj-der. 

33. Peter Kline. 

34. John Kammery. 

35. Godfrid Defenderfer. 

36. Peter Kayser. 

37. Joseph Homan, on forlough 
Oct 11 for 10 days. 

38. Peter Finck. 

39. George Karl. 

40. John Mohr. 

41. George Shmyer, Smlt. 

42. John Shnyter. 

43. Phillip Richenbach. 

44. .John Richenbach. 

45. John Hesky. 

46. George Krinamyer. 

47. Andras Klotz. 

48. Andony Lacleyder, on fur- 
lough Oct. 17, 10 Days. 

49. Henry Mohr. 

50. George Rinert. 

51. George Schlicher. 
Deserted 52. Daniel Draxel. 

53. Jonathon Shalhamer. 



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55. David Shubert. 

56. George Kriling. 

57. Salmon Finck. 

58. Daniel Christman. 
5y. Josiph Bachman. 
60. Henry Rice. 



74. John Holoig. 

75. Christian Kuntz. 

76. .John Miller. 

77. Andrea Hanselman. 

78. Daniel Leiser. 

79. Henry Shnyter. 

80. Christian Lutz. 



Gl. Jacob Mitzler, on furloughSl. Abarhard Ohl. 



Oct. 17, for 10 Days. 

62. Christian Dull. 

63. Michael Werly. 

64. Dabeld Werly. 

65. Peter Greim. 

66. Micheil Smith. 

67. Conrath Karsh. 

68. Christian Bozer. 

69. Christian Shnyter. 

70. Henry Peter. 

71. Phillip Ware. 

72. Conrath Smith. 

73. Phillip Finstermayer. 
Forty four Blankets rec'd. 



82. David Fretz. 

83. Abraham Jeintimer. 

84. Phaul Bar. 

85. Ch^rlis Rose. 

86. Peter Shnyter. 

87. Isaick Lefever. 

88. Jacob Wagner. 

89. George Nitz. 

90. George Dutt. 

91. .John Harpster. 

92. Christian Willouer. 

93. Samuel Rinkert, Desirter 
Oct 19th. 

GEORGE F. COLDOVEY. 



Camp Marceishock, 23 Oct, 1814. 



I certify upon hoonir that this Muster Roll exhibits a true 
Statement of the Company Regiment Pennsylvania Militia 
now in the service of the United States and that the remarks 
sat opposite the names are accurate and just to the best of 
my knowledge. 

GEORGE F. COLDOVEY, Capt'n. 

I Believe the above to be a correct muster of pay Roll. 
CHRIST'N J. HETTER, 
Lt. Colonel commanding. 

I Cartify that the Company Commanded by Capt. George F. 
Coldovey is now in the Service of the United States under 
orders of the general commanding Military District No 4 or 
fourth Military District. 

H. SPERING, 
Brig. Gen'l. 
Oct. 25, 1814. 



666 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS 

MUSTER ROLL OP THE COMPANY OF MILITIA UNDER 
THE COMAND OP CAPT. DAVID COOK IN THE REGI- 
MENT COMANDID BY COL. JOHN THOMPSON IN THE 
SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES FROM SEPTM. 14, 
1814 TO JANUARY 4, 1815. 



Captain. 
David Cook. 

1st. Lieut. 
John Brown. 

2nd. Lieut. 
Joseph Wimer. 

Ensign. 
Thomson Teeley. 

Shargents. 

1st. John Rivell. 

2nd. Jasua Vulmer. 

3rd. David Parrel. 

4th. Gorge Yarmer. 

Corporals. 

1st. Michel Yager. 
2nd. William C. Niles. 
3rd. Joseph Craycraft. 

4th. Michel Harris. 

Drummer. 
Peter Renels. 

Fifer. 
Samuel Powell. 



Thomas Walice. 
Robert Hunter. 
Hugh Whitte. 
Wm. Mackingtire. 
Anthony Shafer. 
John Bennet. 



Privates. 

John Snider. 
James Cooper. 
Eleanoher Richardson. 
John Lewuis. 
John Rutter. 
Thomas Bozarth. 



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Daniel May. 
Charles Cannon. 
Patrick Finney. 
George Lodge. 
James Shannon. 
Jacob Craven. 
John Cuglar. 
John Pratt. 
John Williams. 
Conred Edward. 
Amer Cobb. 
Joseph Dickson. 
Denis Denney. 
John Stuard. 
William Whitcraft. 
Gorge Hauckings. 
Samuel Fogg. 
Robert Rodgers. 
Michel Cambel. 
James Hines. 
Peter Adams. 
John Pollard. 
Gorge Rider. 
Prichard Sparks. 
Amer Thomas. 
Abigih Bishop. 
John Taylor. 
Jacob Wolpart. 
Isack Wright. 
Gorge Fitchgarle. 



John Smith. 
Andrew Stuard. 
Henrey Smith. 
John Skilman. 
Henrey Lithtel. 
John Cristy. 
John Francis. 
William Harvey. 
James Tulley. 
Richard Thomes. 
John Krigmire. 
James Ellis. 
Peter Buckis. 
Michel Owens. 
William Grimshaw. 
Bengman Storey. 
William Dilmore. 
Jasua Sharp. 
Joseph Hendrickson. 
Perrey Stepheson. 
Daniel Gillians. 
William Rice. 
James Harigan. 
Robert Cooper. 
Barthemuel Kelley. 
John Moss. 
James Handey. 
Jinking Tutten. 
Edward Carrey. 
Steven Burerl. 



I Sertfy that the above is Muster roll of the Company when 
Last mustered 4 January 1815. 

DAVID COOK, Capt'n. 
JOHN THOMPSON, Col. Com'd. 



Camp Marcus Hook October 18, 1814. 

We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Militia company attached to the 2d Brigade 1st Division 
Penna. Militia under Colonel John Thompson as the Militia 
of the State of Pennsylvania, in the service of the United 



/ 



668 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

States, under the requisition of the President of the 4th of 
July 1814 and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby 
acl^nowledge to have received severally from Daniel Bussier, 
pay-master of the Militia, the sum of six dollars, in advance, 
as part of our additional pay allowed by act of Assembly, the 
said sum of six dollars being paid to each of us by order of 
his excellency the Governor, under act of Assembly of Febru- 
ary 22, 1814. The said Company being commanded by Capt. 
D. Cook. 



John Ribble. 
Thomas Wallace. 
Batmer Spald. 
George Yarmer. 
Joshua Vulmer. 
William C. Niles. 
David Farrell. 
Joseph Croycraft. 
Robert Hunter. 
Michael Yagger. 
Hugh Whitt. 
William Mclntire. 
Antony Shafer. 
John Bennett. 
E. Richardson. 
John Snider. 
James Cooper. 
John Seruis (?). 
John Rutter. 
Thomas Bozarth. 
Daniel May. 
Charles Cannon. 
Peter Reynolds. 
Edward Carrey.* 
Samuel Powewl. 
Barney McKeney. 
George Lodge. 
James Shaner. 
Jacob Cravin. 
John Cuglar. 
John Pratt. 
John Williams. 
Edward Conner. 
Ames Cobb. 



Joseph Dickinson. 
Dennis Deny. 
Henry Gossner. 
Wm. Whitecraft. 
George Hawkins. 
Samuel Fogg. 
Robert Rodgers. 
Michael Cambel. 
James Hines. 
Peter Adams. 
John Pollard. 
George Rider. 
Richard Parks. 
Amor Thomas. 
A. Bishop. 
John Taylor. 
Jacob Wolpard. 
James Tally. 
Isaac Wright. 
Barthman Kelly. 
George Fitzgerald. 
John Smith. 
James Handy. 
Andrew Stuart. 
Henry Smith. 
Michael Harris. 
John Skillman. 
Henry Little. 
John Christy. 
John Francis. 
Richard Thomas. 
John Krigmire. 
James Ellis. 
Peter . 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



Stephen Burrell. 
William Harvey. 
Michael Oenes. 
William Grimshart. 
John A. Moss. 
Benj. Story. 
William Dilmore. 



Josua Sharp. 
Joseph Hendrickson. 
Perry Stephenson. 
Daniel Gilling. 
William Rice. 
James Hargan. 
Robert Cooper. 



PAY ROLL OF CAPTAIN DAVID COOK'S COMPANY 2D 
BRIGADE 1ST DIVISION PENNA. MILITIA IN THE SER- 
VICE OF THE UNITED STATES UNDER COMAND OF 
COL. JOHN THOMPSON. 



Privates. 



John Ribble. 

Thomas Wallace. 

Bartmer S. Laid. 

George Yarmer. 

Josua Aulmer. 

William C. Niles. 

David Tarrell. 

Joseph Craycraft. 

Robert Hunter. 

Michel Yagger. 

Hugh Whitt. 

William Mackntire. 

Anthony Shafer. 

John Bennett. 

Eleanh Richardson. 

John Snider. 

James Cooper. 

John Zennis. 

John Rutter. 

Thomas Bozorth. 

Daniel May. 

Charles Cannan. 

Peter Renels. 

Edward Carrey, deserted. 

Samuel Powewl. 

Barney McHenery. 

Gorge Lodg. 



James Shanen. 
Jacob Cravin. 
John Cuglar. 
John Pratt. 
John William. 
Edward Conner. 
Ames Cobb. 
Joseph Dickerson. 
Dennes Deney. 
Henry Gosner. 
William Whitecraft. 
George Howkiugs. 
Samuel Fogg. 
Robert Rodgers. 
Michel Cambel. 
James Hines. 
Peter Adams. 
John Pollard. 
George Rider. 
Richard Parks. 
Amor Thomas. 
Abigah Bishop. 
John Taylor. 
Jacob Wolbert. 
James Tulley. 
Isack Wright. 
Barthman Kelly. 



670 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



George Fitzgerald. 
John Smith, deserted. 
James Handy. 
Andrew Stuard. 
Henry Smith. 
Michel Harris. 
John Skilman. 
Henry Lithtel. 
John Cristy. 
John Francis. 
Richard Thomas. 
John Krigmire. 
James Ellis. 
Peter Buckes. 



Stephen Burel. 
William Harvey. 
Michel Oenes. 
William Grimshaw. 
John A. Mooss, 
Benjamin Storey. 
William Dilmore. 
Josiah Sharp. 
Joseph Hendrickson. 
Perry Stepheson. 
Daniel Gilliug. 
William Rice. 
James Hargain. 
Robert Cooper. 



We Certify on honor that the within Roll exhibits a true 
State of the non-commissioned officers and Privates of the 
Militia Company commanded by Captain David Cook. 

DAVID COOK, Capt. 
Camp Marcus Hook, October 17, 1814. 

JOHN THOMPSON, Col. 

I Certify that the Militia Company commanded by Captain 
D. Cook is in the Service of the United States under order of 
General commanding 4th Military district. ' 

Camp Marcus Hook, October 17, 1814. 

THOMAS SNYDER, 
Brigadier General Commanding. 



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PAY ROLL OF A VOLUNTEER COMPANY OF RIFLEMEN 
CALLED THE NORTHERN LIBERTIES WASHINGTON 
RIFLE RANGERS UNDER THE COMMAND OF LIEUTEN- 
ANT PETER DEAL ATTACHED TO THE SECOND BRI- 
GADE PENNA. MILITIA IN THE SERVICE OF THE 
UNITED STATES COMMANDED BY LIEUT. COL. JOEL 
B. SUTHERLAND. 




Peter Deal 

Thomas McKenny, . . . 

Wm. Grears 

Russel T. Briggs 

Hugh Gray 

Dennis dayly 

J. Milward 

Wm. Cooper 

Thomas Searls 

Frances Roarman, . . . 

Georg McCoy 

John Myers. 
Peter Sheets. 

John Sharp 

Elicom Hillman 

Edward McKue. 
Wm. Holland. 
John Coombs. 
Wm. J. Trotter. 
Benjamin D. Jefferys. 
Wm. H. Wilson. 
Cyrus Gamble. 
Job Wilson. 

Lewis Dayton 

Henry Moses. 
John McFate. 
Jehu Meredith. 
Joseph Suttun. 

Joseph Heller 

James Kelly 

John Rookstool. 

Samuel Weysey 

Rheubin J. German, . 

Peter Ebert, 

David Sweany. 
Wm. Stratton. 
John Avis. 
Phillip Stutter. 
Wm. Ray. 
John Cooper. 
George Wister. 
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682 



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PAY ROLL OF A VOLUNTEER COMPANY OF RIFLEMEN 
CALLED THE NORTHERN LIBERTIES WASHINGTON 
RIFLE RANGERS.— Continued. 



Joseph Hutchinson. 
Henry H. Pote. 
James Fetters. 
Martin painter. 
Jacob Suger. 
Wm. Fullingsbee. 
John Parker. 
Jfhn Stephens. 
Henry Green. 
Peter Hous. 
Wm. Turner. 
Anthony Hoover. 
Abraham Hunter. 
David D. Camp. 
Frances King. 
Wm. Wonder. 
Osben Sutton. 
Abraham Baisley, . 
John Kearbock. 

David Emerick. 
Jacob Hill, Ju'r, 
John Cooper. 
John G. Sharp 

Conard Smith. 

Samuel Rookstool. 
John Heykars. 

John M. Toy. 

Joseph Town 

Jonathan Carter. 

Paul Hemerick. 

Isaac porter 

Zedock Tubbs. 

Alexander Hopkins. 

Geor.? Vandergrift. 

Chrispin Swift. 

Thomas Jordan. 

John Weynemore. 

John Sansom. 

JoFeph Russell. 

Godfry Adle. 

Wm. Fatten. 

James Matlock. 

Archy Hambleton. 



We certify on honor that this pay roll exhibits a true state 
of the Rifle company attached to the second Brigade Penna. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



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Militia and that the remarks set opposite their names is ac- 
curate and just. 

THOMAS R. McKENNEY, 
Lieut. Commanding. 
JOEL B. SUTHERLAND, 

Lieutenant Col. Commandant. 

I certify that the Rifle company commanded by Lieutenant 
Peter Deal is in the service of the United States under the 
orders of the Gen'l commanding the Fourth Military District. 

THOMAS SNYDER, 
Brig. General. 
Camp near Marcus Hook, October 15th, 1814. 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE QUOTA OF MILITIA IN THE 
lOlST REGIMENT OF PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA UNDER 
MARCHING ORDERS TO MARCUS HOOK SEPTEMBER 
23D 1814. 



Captain. 
1. Nicholas Derr. 

Lieut. 
2. Jacob Greenwalt. 

Ensign. 
3. Jacob Kistler. 



Names. 



4. Daniel Lieser. 

5. Abraham Yeuser. 

6. Abraham Yacheimer. 

7. Christian Lutz. 

8. Adam Frey. 

9. John Diehl. 

10. Daniel Deibert. 

11. Conrad Shmith. 

12. Jacob Cherry. 

13. Jacob Becker. 

14. Henry Resh. 



15. John Meyer. 

16. Henry Acker. 

17. Jacob Heilman. 

18. GeoTge Resh. 

19. Daniel Heilman. 

20. David Hollenstine. 

21. Andrew Buchman. 

22. Jacob Delong. 

23. Peter Kuntz. 

24. Jacob Weaver. 

25. Jacob Shneider. 



684 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



26. 


Charles Henry, 


47. 


John Hausman. 


27. 


Jacob Miller. 


48. 


Philip Wehr. 


28. 


Daniel Ranch. 


49. 


William Lefever. 


29. 


John Ranch. 


50. 


Henry Neff. 


30. 


Daniel Acker. 


51. 


Henry Kistler. 


31. 


Peter Hartman. 


52. 


Joseph Lauchner. 


32. 


George Xander. 


53. 


Jacob Kern. 


33. 


Salomon Rauck. 


54. 


John Red. 


34. 


George Falk. 


55. 


Adam Rockel. 


35. 


Jacoh Gramlick. 


56. 


Jonas Peter. 


36. 


Nathan Grim. 


57. 


Martin Werth. 


37. 


Salomon Mest. 


oS. 


Peter Tell. 


38. 


George Kop. 


59. 


John Frantz. 


39. 


Salomon Holben. 


60. 


Valentine Shleicher. 


40. 


Theobald Werly. 


61. 


John Hoffman. 


41. 


Philip Fenstermacher. 


62. 


Christian Shneider. 


42. 


Andrew Werly. 


63. 


Henry Peter. 


43. 


Christian Seiberling. 


64. 


Peter Hunsicker. 


44. 


Peter Krum, Drummer. 


65. 


Andrew Klotz. 


45. 


Isaac Lefever. 


66. 


Daniel Sensinger. 


46. 


Godlieb Focht. 







A MUSTER ROLL OF THE QUOTA OF MILITIA lOlST REG- 
IMENT OP PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA UNDER MARCH- 
ING ORDERS TO MARCUS HOOK ON THE DELLAWARE 
RIVER, SEPTEMBER THE 2STH 1814. 



Capt. 
Nicolas Derr. 

Lieut. 
Jacob Greenawalt. 

Insign. 
Jacob Kistar. 

1st. Sergant. 
Nathan Grim. 



2nd. Sergant. 
Jacob Kranslich. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



68.^ 



3rd. Sergant. 
Christian Siberling. 

4th. Sergant. 
George Root. 

1 Corporlar. 
John Harbst. 

2 Corporlar. 
Petre Hartman. 

3 Corporlar. 
Conrad Smith. 

4 Corporlar. 
Henry Petre. 

1 Drummer. 
Petre Krum. 

2 Fifer. 
Michael Smith. 



Jacob Baker. 
Danniel Lezar. 
Abraham Yaxhimer. 
Christian Lutz. 
Adam Fry. 
Danniel Dibert. 
John Moyer. 
Andrew Burtman. 
Jacob Weaver. 
Jacob Snyder. 
Jacob McMar. 
Danniel Rouch. 

John Rouch. 

Danniel Ocker. 

Danniel Ocker, Jun. 

George Xander. 

Solomon Rouch. 

George Folk. 

Samuel Mest. 



Solomon Hulvich. 
Debault Varly. 
Philip Fenstermaker. 
Andrew Verly. 
Isaac Lafiver. 
John Housman. 
Philip Wehr. 
William Lafiver. 
Henry Kestlar. 
Joseph Louchner. 
John Rex. 
Adam Ruckel. 
Jonas Petre. 
Martin Warts. 
Petre Sell. 
John Frans. 
Valentine Slifer. 
Christian Snyder. 
Petre Hunsicker. 



C86 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Andrew Gluts. 
Jacob Hailman. 
Andrew Hanselman. 
Petre Snyder. 
Christian Kons. 
George Lachlider. 
George Briner. 
Abraham Millar. 
George Hetlar. 
John Hetlar. 
Christian Hellar. 
John Millar. 



Danniel Kluts. 
George Stirewalt. 
Petre Millar. 
Danniel Sensinger. 
John Stein. 
Christian Hans. 
Jacob Hans. 
Leonard Hans. 
Michael Hartiner. 
Daniel Nolhstein. 
Christian Boger. 
Michel Verlein. 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. JOHN DORNBLASERS COM- 
PANY BELONGING TO A DETACHMENT OF NORTH- 
AMPTON LEHIGH AND PIKE COUNTY MILITIA COM- 
MANDED BY LIEUT. COLONEL CHR. J. HUTTER NOW 
IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES. 



Capt. 
John Dornblaser. 

Lieut. 

1st. John V. Bush. 

2. John Winters. 

3. Frederic Fenner, (Elected 10 Oct. 1814.) 

Sergts. 

1st. John W. Morrison. 
2nd. .lohn Hartzel, on furlough. 
3d. Jacob Hartzel, on furlough. 
4d. Frederic Fenner, promoted. 



Corpl. 

L Nicholas Teel. 

2. Henry Barret. 

3. Samuel Stocker. 

4. Wm. Brady. 



WAR OP 1812-1814. 

Drummer. 
Isaac Sayler. 

fifer. 
Jonas Hochman. 

Privates. 
John Dietz. 
Geo. Rape. 
Peter Snyder. 
John Ward. 
John Osterstack. 
John Young. 
Joseph Shafer. 
Geo. Nolf. 
Saml. Hoffert, 
Jacob Buntslein. 
Conrad Walter. 
Adam Young. 
David Stoclver. 
Geo. Willower. 
Abraham Miller. 
Joseph Wimmer. 
Freeman Price. 
Leonard Kehler. 

J. Hutmacher, discharged Oct. 17, 1814. 
Daniel Kehler. 
Christian Wineland. 
John Stoufer. 
Jacob Stocker. 
Jacob Gangwehr. 
Jeremiah R. Holman. 
Lawrence Nye. in hospital. 
Andrew Nye, dischgd. Oct. 20, 1814. 
Joseph Steiner, absent without leave. 
Daniel Miller. 
Peter Hahn. 

Geo. Hahn, on furlough. 
Geo. Myar. 
Peter Schick. 
Jacob Keyser. 
Frederic Geres. 
Jacob Swartwood. 



688 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

John Winner. 

Philip Fisher. 

John Crawferd. 

John Beards. 

David Shepherd. 

John Lowman. 

David Evans. 

John Stine. 

James Barr. 

Philip Kester. 

Leonard Kester. 

Henry Miller. 

Obed. Morris. 

Cornelius V. Horn. 

Adam Barr. 

Joseph Cooper. 

William Davis. 

John Clark, on furlough. 

William Barrean, deserted. 
Jacob Arndt. 

Samuel Smell. 

Conrad Erie. 

John Gower, sik. 

Henry Myer. 

Geo. Serfas. 

John Serfas. 

Dewald Fisher. 

Jacoh Crisman. 

Jno. Klinetrup. 

Jno. Mack. 

Thos. Posty. 

Geo. Miller, dischgd. Oct. 17, 1814. 

Jno. Swenk. 

James Brewer. 

Christopher Smith. 

Jacob Merwine. 

.Tohn Huston. 

Geo. Rlnker. 

Saml. Rees. 

Alexr. McGemmor. 

Peter Strunk. 

John Faulk. 

Garret Coolbaugh. 

Peter Jayne. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



Barnet. Bunnel. 
Jacob Place. 
John Adams. 
Frederic Herman. 
Saml. Winans. 
Silvester Kincaid. 
Peter Vandemark. 
Anthony Vanetter. 
John Hoeve. 
Robert Impson. 
William Vansickle. 
Isaac Steel, deserted. 
Levi Courtright. 
Geo. Watson. 



Camp Marcus Hook, Oct. 21, 1814. 



I certify on honor thai this muster or pay roll exhibits a 
true state of the company regiment Pennsylvania Militia no 
in service of the United States and the remarks set opposite 
the names are accurate and Just to the best of my knowledge. 

JOHN DORNBLASER, 
Capt. 

I believe the above to be a correct muster or pay roll. 
CHRIST'R J. HUTTBR, 
Lt. Col. Commanding. 

I certify that the company commanded by Capt. John Dorn- 
blaser is in the service of the United States under order of the 
General Commanding the fourth Military district. 

W. SPIREN, 
Brig. Gen. 
Oct. 25, 1814. 



Marcus Hook, Oct'r 31st, 1814. 

PAY ROLL OF THE COMPANY OF INFANTRY UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF LIEUT. JOSEPH DRIBLEBIES ATATCHED 

AND ORGANIZED BY ADJT. GEN'L OF THE 

BRIGADE P. M. IN THE SERVICE OF THE 

UNITED STATES COMMANDED BY LIEUT. COL. 
GEORGE WEIRICK OF THE 77 REGIMENT P. M. 



Lieut. 

Joseph Driblebies. 
44— Vol. VIII— 6th Ser. 



690 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Insg'n. 



2. William Farnsworthe. 



Serg't. 



3. Samuel Auchmuty. 

4. John Colsher. 

5. Thomas Warner, Rec'd a Knapsack, 

6. Peter Hull. 

Corp'l. 

7. Adam Rann. 

8. John Mertz. 

9. Thomas Snyder. 

10. George Wyall, Rec'd Blanket & knapsack. 

Drummer. 

11. John Fry, Rec'd a Blanket. 

fifer. 



12. Adam Gilger. 



Private. 



13. Charles Hull. 

14. Daniel Hinkle. 

15. John Richer. 
IG. George Herner. 

17. Solomon Kreig. 

18. John Casuer. 

19. Conrad Casner. 

20. Lewis Ayres. 

21. Ellis Ayres. 

22. Fred'k Lyby. 

23. Christopher Wentzil. 

24. George Waggoner. 

25. Athur Rogers, Rec'd a Blanket. 

26. Adam Smith, Rec'd a Blanket, 

27. George Goodman. 

28. Arthur Auchmuty, on furlough. 

29. John Fagley, Rec'd a Blanket. 

30. George Derk. 

31. John Leader. 

32. George Hime. 

33. John Carus. 

34. Martin Drumheller. 

35. Abrm. Drumheller, Rec'd a Blanket, 

36. John Kemble, Rec'd a Blanket. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 691 

37. Fred'k Cauble, Rec'd a Blanket. 

38. Heury Daniel, Rec'd a Blanket. 

39. Leonard Farster, Rec'd a Blanket. 

40. George Sitz, Rec'd a Blanket. 

41. Michael Read. 

42. Henry Kemble, Rec'd a Blanket. 

43. Adam Slifce. 

44. John Ressler. 

45. Michael Rabock. 

46. Jacob Folk. 

47. Michael Druckemille. 

48. Peter Boyer, Rec'd a Blanket. 

49. Conrad Rabock. 

50. John Kline. 

51. Henry Rabock. 

52. .John Eeise. 

53. George rilz. 

54. John Hime. 

55. John Martin. 
50. John Lewis. 

57. Daniel Martin. 

58. Henry Huffman. 

59. John Person. 

60. Joseph Fox. 

61. Solomon Hummel. 

62. Solomon Moyer. 

63. John Holwig, Rec'd a Blanket. 

64. Henry Geise, Rec'd a Blanket & knapsack. 

65. Martin Grim, Rec'd a Blanket. 

66. Sam'l Bower. 

67. Levy Cocher, Rec'd a Blanket. 

68. John Herter, Rec'd a Blanket. 

69. Henry Fisher, Rec'd a Blanket. 

70. Sara'l Geise, Rec'd a Blanket. 

71. Leonard Read, Rec'd a Blanket. 

72. George Litzel. 

73. Henry Hepnar, 

74. Valnntine Hanabach. 

75. John Buchner. 

76. Rob't Farnsworih. 

77. Henry Creasinger, Rec'd a Blanket. 

78. Jeremiah Slaught. 

79. Sam'l Fey. 

80. John Fisher, Rec'd a Blanket. 



692 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

81. Adam Tawney. 

82. Conrad Lawer. 

83. Peter Heckert, 

84. Peter Lawer. 

85. Jacob Almon. 

86. Joshua Heckert. 

87. Leonard Deiter. 

88. Michael Bower. 

89. Daniel Snyder. 

90. Daniel High. 

91. Ephaim Litle. 

92. Elijah Shipman. 

93. JohJi DuDglebergcr. 

94. Peter Melig. 

95. Sam'l Seasholtz. 

96. Philip Kann or Rann, Rec'd a Blanket 

97. William Randols. 

98. Daniel Blotteuberger. 

99. John Klook. 
100. Fred'k Kehler. 

I Do certify on honor that ihis pay Roll exhibits a true state- 
ment of the Company under my Command from Northumber- 
land County attached to the Reg't under the Command of 
Lieut. Col. Georgo Weirick, Penn'a Melitia. ' 

JOSEPH DREIBELBIES, Lieut. 
GEO. WEIRICK, Lt. Col. Com'd. 

I Believe the Above to be a true pay roll Except Arthur 

Auchmuty who Received a forlough improper in my opinion. 

I Certify that the Company Commanded by Lieut. .Joseph 

Driblebies is now in the Service of the United States under 

order of the General Command't 4-.h Military District. 

THO'S J. ROGERS, 
Brigade Major. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



693 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF RIFLEMAN COM- 
MANDED BY CAPT'N JOHN FBSMIRE OF THE 2ND 
BRIGADE 1ST DIVISION P. M. IN THE SERVICE OF THE 
UNITED STATES COMMANDED BY LT. COL. JOEL B. 
SUTHERLAND FROM SEPT. 12TH TO JAN'Y 3RD 1815. 
















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^ 


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Names. 




o • 


§ 








53 




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Bt 


«s 




c 




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John Fesmire, 

Christian Fe.smire, . . 

Andrew Enyard 

Jeremiah Northrof, . 

Samuel Rodgers, 

Peter Werts 

Jacob Smith, 

Powel Clift, 

Joseph P. Shearer, .. 

John Rupert, 

Samuel Foulkrodd, .. 

Henry Leister 

Henry Rich 

Samuel Peaky, 

David Hunter 

Hugh E-vans 

Jacob Barneth, 

Samuel Duffield 

Gasper Conrod 

William Enyard 

Henry Young, 

David Barnett, 

Samuel Foster 

Jacob Dingest, 

William Bavington, . 

Jacob List, 

Henry Grub 

Bartholomew Mallain 

Godfrey Slyhoof 

Thomas Lear 

Joseph Engle 

John Grub 

Mathias Tallman, ... 

I^ewis Price 

James Aris 

Jacob Engle 

John Shearer, 

John Snyder 

Jonathan Davis, 

George Brill 

David Leahley 

Jacob Foster 



Capt 

1st Lieut., ... 
and Lieut., .. 

O. Sergt 

2nd Sergt 

3rd Sergt 

4th Sergt 

Musician, 

Corporal 

2nd Corporal, . 
3rd Corporal, . 
4th Corporal, . 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private, 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private, 

Private 

Private, 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12th, 
12^. 
12th, 
12th. 
r2th. 



Jan'y 3rd, 


1815. 


Jan'y 3i-d, 


1S15. 


J an' J' 3rd, 


1S15. 


Jan'i 3rd, 


isi:5. 


Jan'y 3rd, 


1813. 


Jan'y 3rd, 


1815. 


Jan'y 3rd, 


1815. 


Jan'y 3rd, 


Ifl5. 


Jan'y 3rd, 


1813. 


Jan'y 3rd, 


ISIS. 


Jan'y 3rd, 


ISH 


Jan'y 3rd, 


1815. 


Jan'y 3rd, 


1815. 


Jan'y 3rd, 


1S15. 


Jan'y Srd, 


1S15. 


Jan'y 3rd, 


1815. 


Jan'y 3rd. 


1815. 


Jan'y Srd, 


1815, 


Jan'y Srd, 


1815. 


Jan'y 3rd, 


1815. 


Jan'y 3rd, 


1815. 


Jan'y 3rd, 


1815. 


Jan'y 3rd, 


1815. 


Jan'y Srd 


1815. 


Jan'y 3rd 


1815. 


Jan'y Srd 


1815. 


Jan'y 3rd 


1815. 


Jan'y Srd 


1815. 


Jan'y Srd 


1815. 


Jan'y Srd 


1815. 


Jan'y Srd 


1815. 


Jan'y Srd 


1815. 


Jan'y Srd 


1815. 


Jan'y 3rd 


1815. 


Jan'y 3rd 


1815. 


Jan'y Srd 


181.5. 


Jan'y 3rd 


1815. 


Jan'y Srd 


1815. 


Jan'y Srd 


1815. 


Jan'y Srd 


1815. 


Jan'y Srd 


1815. 


Jan'y 3rd 


1815. 



694 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 









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Jamese Miller 

Benjamin Collum 

David Rorer 

Jesse Vansossen 

Joseph Strous 

Thomas Glenn 

Francis Thomas 

Levi Vandegrift 

Joseph Glenn 

Joseph Brown 

David Barnett 

Isaac Starne 

Jonathan Sourmais 

Jrhn Smith 

Vi'illiam Starne 

George Newkirk 

Jacob Wright 

John Simons 

John Wartenbee 

Andrew E. Lear 

John Watson 

William Fletcher 

John Giberson, 

John Todd 

Joseph Lear 

Robert Barrett 

John Leister, 

William Smith. Deserted 

John Girdon, 

Frederick Slaugh 

David Evans 

Joseph Gilbert, 

Samuel Shisline 

Martin Egee 

George H. Rhiel 

Henry Davis, 

David Glenn 

John Pesmlre, Jtin'r, ... 
Peter Fesmire 



Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
^ept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



l-?th, 1S14, 
12th, 1S14, 
12th, 1S14, 
12th. 1S14, 
12th, 1S14, 
12th, 1S14, 
12th, m4, 
12th, 1S14, 
12th, 1S14, 
12th, 1S14, 
12th, 1S14, 
12th, 1S14, 
12th, 1S14, 
12th, 1S14, 
12.th, 1814, 
12th, 1S14, 
12th, 1S14, 
12th, 1S14, 
12th, 1S14, 
12th, 1S14, 
12th, 1S14. 
12th, 1814, 
12th, 1.S14, 
12th, 1S14, 
12th, 1814, 
12th, 1814, 
12th, 1S14, 
12th, 1814, 
12,th, 1814, 
12th, 1S14, 
12th, 1814, 
12th, 1814, 
12th, 1814, 
12th, 1814, 
12th, 1814, 
12th, 1814, 
12th, 1814, 
12th, 1814, 
12th, 1814, 



Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
Jan'y 3rd, 
.lan'y 3rd, 



We certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits a true 
state of Capt. Fessmire Company of Riflemen of the Pennsyl- 
vania regiment of Volunteers for the period therein mentioned, 
and that the remarks set opposite the names of the men are 
accurate and just. 

JOHN FESMIRE, Capt'n. 

J. B. SUTHERLAND. Lt. Col. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



695 



PAY ROLL OF A VOLUNTER COMPANY OF RIFLEMEN 
MEN CALLED THE INDEPENDENT FRANKFORD RIFLE- 
MEN UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPTAIN JOHN FES- 
MI ER ATTACHED TO THE SECOND BRIGADE P. MIL- 
ITIA IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES COM- 
MANDED BY LIEUT. COL. JOEL B. SOUTHERLAND. 
Camp near Marcus Hook October 15th, 1814. 



Names. 


Rank. 


On Furlough. 




Capt. 

1st Lieut. 
2nd Lieut. 
1st Sergt. 
2nd Sergt. 

3rd Sergt 

4th Sergt. 

1st Corp. 

2nd Corp. 

3rd Corp. 

4th Corp. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private 

Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 

Private, 

Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 












4. Jeremiah Northrop 




6. Petre Wurts (?), 

7. Jacob Smith 


On Furlough. 


S. Joseph P. Shearer 




9 John Rupert 




10 Saml Fulkrod . 




11 H^nry Leister 




]'"' Paml Pelicey 




13 Henry Rich 




14 David Hunter 


























On Furlough. 




















26. Jacob E Carlon 


On Furlough. 












30. Thos. Lear 




32 John Grub 




33 Mathias Tallman 




34. Lewis Price .. 




35. James Aris . . ... 




36 Jacob Ersfle 








3.S. John Snyder, 

39. Jont. Davis 

40 George Brill 








42 ■^bner Stapleton 




43. David Leahy 








46. David Roarer 





696 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



PAY ROLL OF A VOLUNTER COMPANY OF RIFLEMEN 
CALLED THE INDEPENDENT FRANKFORD RIFLE- 
MEN. — Continued. 




On. Furlough. 



Jesse Vanposser, Private. 

Joseph Strous Private. 

Francis Thomas Private. 

Thomas Glen 1 Private. 

Levi Vandegrift j Private. 

Joseph Glen, 'Private. 

Joseph Brown '. Private. 

David Brient, I Private. 

Isaac Staine | Private. 

Jacob Carson 1 Private. 

Jont. Sourman Private . 

John Smith 'Private. 

Wm. Staine j Private. 

George Newkirk j Private. 

Jacob Wright ! Private. 

John Simons 1 Private. 

John Wartenbee | Private. 

Powel Clift Musician. 

Andrevsf E. Lear Private. 

John Watson, .Private. 

Wm. Fletcher Private, . 

John Gibeson Private,. 

John Todd, Private. 

Joseph Lear I Private. 

Robert Barret | Private. 

John Leister Private. 

Wm. Smith, Private. 

John Gurdon I Private. 

Fredk. Slaugh I Private. 



David Evans 

Joseph Gilbert, 

Saml. Thomas 

John Carter 

Saml. Shitsline 

Martin Egu 

George N. Rice, 

Henry Davis 

David Glen 

Wm. Wilson 

John Fesmyer, Junr. 
Petre Fesinyer 



Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private, . 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private, . 
Private. 
Private. 
Private.. 



On Furlough. 
On Furlough. 



On Furlough. 
On Furlough. 



We Certify on honor that this Pay Roll exhibits a true state 
of the Rifle company attached to the Second Brigade P. Militia 
and that the remarks set opposite the names of the men are 
accurate & just. 

JOHN FESMYER. 
JOEL B. SUTHERLAND, 

Lieutenant Colonel Commandant. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 697 

I Certify that the Rifle company commanded by Captn. John 
Fesmyei is in the service of the United States Under Orders 
of the General Commanding the fourth Military District. 

THOMAS SNYDER, 
Brig. General. 



ROLL OF THE 3D COMPANY IN REGIMENT PENNSYL- 
VANIA MILITIA NOW IN THE SERVICE OF THE 
UNITED STATES 21 ST OCT. 1814. 



Captain. 
Wm. Fisher. 

1st. Lieut. 
David Roth. 

2nd. Lieut. 
Jacob Lamb, Promoted 10 Oct. 

3a. Lieut. 
Adam Keller, Promoted 10 Oct. 

Ensign. ■ 
John Walp. 

1st. Sergeant. 
Isaac Johnson. 

2nd. Sergeant. 
John Heyney. 

3d. Sergeant. 

Moris Moris, Promoted 10 Oct. Oct. 21st now on furlough for 

10 Days, 

4th Sergeant. 
Jacob Knacht, Sen. 

2nd. Corporal. 
Tobias Shick. 

3d. Corporal. 
Frederic Carney. 



^98 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



4 Corporal. 
Jacob Zeigler. 

Drummer. 
George Hess. 

Drummer. 
Paul Sickfriedt. 

Pifer. 
Emanuel Krankeight. 

Fifer. 
Henry Bush. 

Privates. 

1. Wm. Major. 

2. David Ross. 

3. George Emrod. 

4. George Albert. 

5. Henry Pysher. 

6. Daniel Lomison. 

7. Christian Hess. 

8. Abr'm Flemmon. 

9. Ellas Kerkhoff. 

10. Peter Reimer. 

11. George Renner. 

12. Christian Wagner. 

13. Jacob Knacht, jur. 

14. Charles Junker, On furlough for 10 days, granted 20th Oct. 
1814. 

15. John Biggie. 

16. John Kester. 

17. Michael Teal. 

18. Michael Klerty. 

19. Peter Flory. 

20. Hector McCormick. 

21. Daniel Shover. 

22. Adam . 

23. Jacob Emrich. 

24. John Kime. 
2.5. John Walker. 

26. Michael Ernst. 

27. James Bloof. 

28. Silsby Weed. 



WAR OF 1S12-1S14. 699 

29. Oran Lester. 

30. George Vv'alter. 

31. Wm. Eylenburger. 

32. Joshua Shelly. 

33. Peter Killam. 

34. Daniel Wananker. 

35. John Henry. 

3G. VVillhelmus Westfall. 

37. Robert Galloway, Sic in quarters. 

38. Jacob Houch. 

39. John Jones. 

40. David Gruber. 

41. Joseph Miller. 

42. Henry Hess. 

43. Jacob Miller, jur. 

44. Henry Strouse. 

45. Adarr. Waner. 

46. John Roth. 

47. Frederic Mapus, on furlough Oct. 12 for 10 days. 

48. John Miller. 

49. Peter Steinmetz. 

50. Coonrod Zeigle. 

51. Jacob Flick. 

52. Christia Kridler. 

53. Jacob Kratzer. 

54. Wm. Edmond. 

55. Jacob Kurtz. 

56. (.'oonrod Menzy. 

57. John Flory. 

58. Peter Wygant. 

59. George Gross. 

60. Abrm. Houch. 

61. George Gearhart. 
fi2. Christian Mufily. 

63. Isaac Albert. 

64. Lanty Shannon. 

65. Joseph Pensyl. 

66. Simon Hopple. 

67. Christian Fell. 

68. Lewis Bartholomeu. 

69. Jacob Miller, sen. 

70. John Micher. 

71. John Smith. 

72. Daniel Lebar. 



TOO PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

73. Wra. Friiltchy. 

74. Samuel Yoe. 
75 Jacob Johnson. 

76. John Nickuna. 

77. Samuel Claywell. 

75. John Eylenbery. 

79. John Russell. 

80. Adam Protzman. 

81. John Williams. 

82. Jacob Yoriely. 

83. William Williams. 

84. John Long. 

85. John Snyder, 1st Corporal, discharged Oct. 20, 1814. 

86. Benjamin Toch, Discharged 11 Oct, 1814. 

87. George Kratzer, Discharged 14 Oct. 1814. 

88. Jacob Strouse, Discharged 16 Oct. 1814. 

89. Peter Keller, Discharged 17 Oct, 1814. 
Twenty three Blankets rec'd. 

WM. FISHER, Capt. 

Camp Marinshook, 21sl Oct. 1814. 
I Certify upon honor that this Muster Roll exhibits a true 
statement of this Company Regiment, Pennsylvania Militia 
now in the service of the United States and that the remar?is 
set opposite the names are accurate and just to the best of my 
knowledge. 

WM. FISHER, Capt. 

I Believe the above to be a correct Muster of pay Roll. 

CHRIST'N J. HUTTER, 
Lt. Col. Commanding. 

I Certify that the Company commanded by Capt. Wm. Fisher 
is now in the service of the United States under orders of 
the General Commanding Military District, No. 4 — or fourth 
Military District. 

H. SPERING, 
Brig. Gen. 
Oct. 25, 1814. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 701 

LIST OF NONCOMMISIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES 
OF CAPTAIN SAMUEL FLACK'S COMPANY OCT. lOTH, 
1S14. 



Names. 



1. Ackerman, George. 

2. Amey, Joseph. 

3. Andersor, Tbomas. 

4. Ai'pleback, George. 



B 



5. Buck, Jacob. 

6. Eerier. John, Departed without leave Oct. 17th. 

7. Eerier, Fredrick. 
S. Barnt, John. 

C 

9. ('affey William, Fourth Sergeant. 

10. Cresman, Jonas, On Furlow Oct. 8th, until 18th. 

11. Charles, Sebastian. 

12. Clymer, John. 

13. Crowner, Fredrick. 

14. Clines, Adam. 

35. Clark, Samuel, On Furlow Sept. 30th for 7 Days, returned, 
le. Coffle, Peter. 

17. Cross. John, Joined October 10th. 

D 

18. Dull, Joseph. 

19. Dehl, Samuel, On Furlow Oct. 10th, until 20th. 

20. Ditilo, Abraham. 

21. Darrh, Michael. 

E 

22. Eckhert, Samuel. 

F 

23. Fuls, Ellas. 

24. Frankenfield, Philip. 

25. Fluck, George. 
2G. Fisher, Henry. 

27. Fredrick, Joseph. 

28. Frank, John. 
20. Frient, Jacob. 

G 
30. Gabble, Fredrick. 



702 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

H 

31. Heft, Michael. 

32. llcft, ppter. 

33. Houlshouser, Valentine. 

34. Hoone, Sebastian. 

35. Haffner, Peter. 

36. Harwick, Joseph. 

37. Hcone, .Jacob, on Furlow Oct. 12th, for 3 Days, not re- 
turned. 

38. Hoone, Sebastian. 

K 

39. Knechel, Betholemew. 

40. Knechel, William. 

41. King, John. 

42. Keller, George. 

43. Keller, Peter. 

44. Keller, John. 

45. Kitney, Henry. 

L 

46. Lightcap, Solomon, on Furlow Oct. 3rd for 10 Days, Oct. 
ISttf'not returned. 

47. Lessy, Philip, Departed without leave Oct. 17th. 

48. Lewis, Peter. 

49. Leach, John, on Furlow Oct. 4 for 10 Days, returned. 

M 

50. Mude, George. 

51. Mc Carly, Edward. 

52. McCarty, John. 

53. Micklcy, Peter. 

54. IMason, Barnard. 

55. Mongold, Christopher. 
50. Miller, Jacob. 

,'7. Miller, John. 

58. M'^Crum, David. 

N 

59. Niekolas, John. 

60. Niekolas, Jacob. 

61. Newbart, Abraham, Corporal. 

62. Neace, Jacob. 



63. Opp, Peter, third Sergeant. 

6^. Orp, John, On Furlow Oct. 8th until the 18th. 

65. Ohle. John. 

66. Ott. Isaac. 



WAR OF 1512-1814. 703 



67. Poff, Henry. 

68. Plank, Henry. 



69. Rude, Samuel, Corporal. 

70. Regie, John, Corporal. 

71. Rathman, Thomas, Corporal. 

72. Rude, Peter. 

73. Rinkhart, Joseph. 

S 

74. Stechel, Samuel, Second Sergeant. 

75. Smith, Robert. 

76. Sm.ith, Jacob. 

77. Strawan, William, on Furlow Oct. 3rd. for 12 Days, re 
turned. 

78. Shive, Daniel. 

79. Simes, Henry. 

80. Siddle, Thomas. 

81. Sv/arts, Jacob, Deserted Oct. 8th. 

82. Sheats, George. 

83. Snider, Jacob, on Furlow Oct. 4th. until 14th, returned. 

84. Shock, Jacob. 
£5. Shcnce, Joseph. 

86. Slight, Henry. 

87. Slrome, Jacob. 

88. Smith, George. 

89. Shive, Martin. 

90. Sellers, John assistant Sergeant- 



91. Trout, Jacob. 

92. Tatesman, John. 

W 

93. W^arne, George, first Sergeant. 

94. Wireback, Antoney, On Furlow Oct. 10th until 20th. 

95. ¥/ood, David. 

96. Weamer, Adam. 

97. Wicl<:ner, Jacob. 

98. Wenhold, Henry. 

Y 

99. Yealis. John, 
iro. Ycest, .Jacob. 



704 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



101. Stonebach, Michael. 

102. Fluck, Abraham. 



103. Kitchen, Aaron, joined Oct. 10th. 



104. Large, Samuel, joined Oct. 15th. 
Sergeants 3. 
Corporals 4. 
On Furlow 5. 
Deserted 1. 

By order of the Captain. 

GEORGE WARNE, 
Orderly Sergeant. 

Camp Marcus Hook, Oct. 18th, 1814. 
I do Certify upon Honor this Muster Roll exhibits a true 
Statement of a Company of Militia from Bucks now in the 
Service of the United States, the remarks set opposite the 
Names of the Men are accurate and just. 

ANDREW APPLE,. 
1st. Lt. 

I believe the annexed to be a correct muster and Pay roll. 

AND'M GITHYIOU, 
Lt. Colo. 

I Certify that the Company Commanded By Captain Samuel 
Flock of Bucks County Militia Now in the Service of the 
United States under orders of the General Commanding the 
4th Military District. 

Camp Marcus Hook, Oct. 18th, 1814. 
by order, 

W. C. ROGERS, 
Br. Major. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



705 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF JOHN FULMER, CAPT. IN THE REGA- 
MENT MILITIA IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED 
STATES COMMANDED BY COLN. JOHN THOMPSON 
FROM THE 9TH OF NOVEMBER, 1814 WERE LAST MUS- 
TERED TO THE 5TH OF JANUARY 1815. 

Commencement of Service Sept. 12th, 1814. 




George Saylor , 

Henry Thompson, . . . 

Samuel Hart, 

Jona. Hough 

John Bowles 

Wm. Roop 

Archd. Greening, 

John Goodyear 

Jacob Brown 

Samuel Penagar, . . . 

Benjamin Joyce 

Wm. Davidson 

Conrad Cain 

Henry Mills 

Thomas Peckworth, 
John Brumagam, ... 

Wm. Roberts 

James Brant 

Edward McCullough, 
Samuel Pearson, ... 
Thomas McDurman, 

Godlieb Groos 

Jolm Pipher 

Casper Erven 

Edward Fincheon, .. 

Joseph Turner 

George Mills, 

John Burns 

Denis Canon 

George Wentling, . . 

Jacob Arms, 

John Burdine 

Timothy Haris 

Lewis Tegtmyer, . . . 

John Parent, 

Wm. Tobley 

John Powers, 

Peter Gideon 

Peter Holaday, 

Abraham Ford 

Geor.!;e Snyder 

German name, 



Q. M. Sergt, 

Sergant. 

Sergant. 

Sergant. 

Sergant. 

Corporal 

Corporal 

Corporal 

Corporal 

Private 

Private 

Private, 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private, 

Private 

Private, 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private, 

Private, 

Private. 

Private 

Pr;vate 

I'rivate 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private, 

Private 

Private, 

Private, 

Private 

Private, . 



So writt'rn f)n the 
MuFter Roll. 



45— Vol. VIII— eth Ser. 



706 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF JOHN FULMER, CAPT. IN THE REGA- 
MENT MILITIA.— Continued. 



John Fisher 

John Mills 

John McLochlin, . 

John More, 

Henry Young 

George Hess 

Fredrick hegmon, . 
George Shields, ... 
Abraham Smith, .. 
Philip Shepherd, ., 

Lewis Beck, 

Peter A. Davis, ... 

Esra Evens 

Henry Gesnor 

Jacob Sturk, 

Adam Lake 

Peter Deroch, 

David Davies, 

Jobe Harvey 

George Myers, . . . 

John HIgins 

James Dory 

Jereah. Hornketh, 
Wm. Goucher, ... 
Caleb Thompson, 
George Barthel, . 

John Root 

Stephen Turner, . 

John Jones 

John Glover, 

Nicholas Sittel, .. 
Frederick A. Boch, 

Bamy Smith 

Fredrick Kline, .. 
Wm. Londerbock, 

Jacob Hiffert 

John "Wilson, 



John Lasal Priv 



Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 



oinmitted in t 
Muster Roll. 



We Certify on honour that this Muster Roll exhibits a true 
State of the tenth Company of drafted Militia in the Service 
of the United States for the period therein mentioned and 
that the remarks set opposite the names of the men are ac- 
curate and just. 

JOHN FULMER, Capt. 
JOHN THOMPSON, 
Col. Comd. 



WAR OF 1812-1S14. 



707 



PAY ROLL OF CAPT. JOHN FULMER'S COMPANY SECOND 
BRIGADE, FIRST DIVISION PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA 
IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES UNDER 
COMMAND OF COL. JOHN THOMPSON. 



Captain. 
John Fulmer. 

Lieutenants. 

1. Hugh Maxwell. 

2. Noah Fowler. 

3. Jacob Riffert. 

Qr. Master. 
Jon'a Hough. 

Sergeant. 

1. Geo. Sailor. 

2. Sam'l Hart. 

3. John Bowles. 
4. Hen Thompson. 

Corporal. 

1. Peter Davis. 
2. Rich'd Greenege. 

3. Wm. Rupp. 

4. Ezra Evans. 

Privates. 



Sam'l Pennegar. 
Benj. Joyce. 
Conrad Cain. 
Henry Mills. 
John Goodyear. 
John Root. 
Thomas Peckworth. 
.fohn Birmingham. 
John Glover. 
Wm. Roherts. 
Lewis Peck. 



Wm. Davidson. 
James Brandt. 
Edw'd McCully. 
David Davies. 
George Barthel. 
Sam'l Pearson. 
Tho's McDurman. 
Barney Smith. 
Peter De Roche. 
Frederick A. Bach. 
Wm. Goucher, 



708 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Gotlieb Grose. 

John Pifer. 

Casper Edvin. 

Wm. Lauderboch, deserted. 

James Dory. 

Henry Gessner. 

Caleb Thompson. 

John Pliggins. 

Edw'd Flincham. 

Joseph Turner. 

Philip Shepherd. 

George Mills. 

John Burns. 

Dennis Cannon. 

Stephen Turner. 

George Wentling. 

Jacob Sturck. 

Jacob Arms. 

John Burdine. 

Timothy Harris. 

Lewis Tegmeyer. 

John Parent. 

Wm. Zebley. 

George Brandt. 



John Powers. 
Peter Gideon. 
Jacob Brown. 
Peter Holladay. 
Ab'm Ford. 
George Snyder. 
John Lesel. 
Nic'hs Settle. 
John Jones. 
Job Harvey. 
John Fisher. 
John Mills. 
John Wilson. 
John McLaughlin. 
John Moore. 
Jeremiah Hornketh. 
Henry Young. 
George Hess. 
Fred. Hegeman. 
George Shields. 
George Meyers. 
Adam Lake. 
Abraham Smith. 



I do hereby certify the above list to be correct. 

JOHN FULMER, Capt. 

II men absent. 
3 men sick. 

I do Certify on Honor that the within Roll Exhibits a true 
State of the Miliiia Company under Captain John Fulmer, 
Second Brigade, first division, Penn'a Militia under the Com- 
mand of Col. John Thompson. 

NOAH FOWLER, 
Lieut. Comm'd. 
Camp Marcus Hook, October 17th, 1814. 
JOHN THOMPSON. 

I certify that the Company Commanded by Capt. J. Fulmer 
is in the service of the United States under orders of the 
Gen'I Commanding the -1th Military district. 

THOMAS SNYDER, 
Brigadier General Commanding. 
Camp Marcus Hook, Oct. 17th, 1814. 



WAR OP 1812-1814. 709 

ROLL OF CAPT. ABRAHAM GANGWERE'S COMPANY. 

PAY ROLL OF THE FIRST COMPANY OF RIFLEMEN 
COMMANDED BY CAPT. ABRAHAM GANGWBRB, AT- 
TACHED TO THE FIRST BRIGADE, SECOND DIVISION, 
PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA, IN THE SERVICE OF THE 
UNITED STATES, UNDER THE COMMAND OF BRIG. 
GEN. H. SPERING, MAJ. GEN. SHITZ, COMMANDING. 



Poyer, John. 
Daniel, Daniel C. 
Rose, Joseph. 
Swenk, Jacob. 



Captain. 
Gangwere, Abraham. 

First Lieutenant. 
Moyer, Daniel. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Newhartj Jacob. 

Third Lieutenant. 
Stein, Jacob. 

Ensign. 
Keller, Adam. 

Sergeants. 

Dull, John. 

Minor, Pitkin. 

Quear, Daniel. 

Beidleman, Abraham. 

Quear, Jacob. 

Corporals. 

Keeper, Abraham. 

Long, Joseph. 

Bickle, Daniel. 

Nogle, Joseph. 

Musicians. 
Keiper, Jacob. 
Quear, Daniel. 

Privates. 

Prain, John. 
Keik, Daniel. 
Moyer, Nicholas. 
Keider, Joseph. 



710 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Rhoads, Daniel. 
Boardst, Solomon. 
Ott, Jacob. 
Moyer, Abraham. • 
Rhoads, John. 
Yeunt, James. 
Litsenljeoreor, George. 
Shoemaker, Benjamin. 
Kuntz, Philip. 
Hilman, Daniel. 
Hany, Charles. 
Kinkinger, James. 
Hoffman, Peter. 
Brobest, Henry. 
Hartman, Henry. 
Amhiser, Henry. 
Fisher, George. 
Floats, George. 
Good, Henry. 
Kentz, George. 
Long, Jacob. 
Eline, Mathias. 
Kemery, Henry. 
Loudenslager, Peter. 
Loudenslager, John. 
Foght, Gollib. 
Henry, George. 
Gangiver, Thomas. 
Hubenstine, David. 
Ocker, Henry. 
Besh, George. 
Shivry, Jacob. 
Deal, John. 
Shriver, William. 
Besh, John. 
Woodring, Gabriel. 
Good, Michel. 
Flexer, John. 
Richabauk, Jacob. 
Hamor, Jacob. 
Druchamiller, Michael. 
Miller, John. 
Nerfer, John. 
Frack, Jacob. 



Nogle, Jacob. 
Shantz, John. 
Miller, John, Jr. 
Guishler, John. 
Rinebolt, Cornealius. 
Hill, George. 
Sloufer, William. 
Frymon, Michael. 
Rider, Frederick. 
Rownolt, Solomon. 
Kuntz, Peter. 
Highleageor, Adam. 
Rish, Henry. 
Heller, Frederick. 
Snider, Henry. 
Minic, Peter. 
Herner, George. 
Rice, Henry. 
Seip, Peter. 
Braober, George. 
Elenridge, Peter. 
Trexler, Israel. 
Koch, Jacob. 
Cladwell, John. 
Erad, Jacob. 
Fadsinger, Henry. 
Keifer, Elias. 
Erhard, John. 
Hower, Jacob. 
Herwig, Henry. 
Ott, Jonathan. 
Flower, John. 
Snider, John. 
Musheetz, Jacob. 
Poe, Michael. 
Sentle, Michael. 
Lehr, George. 
Nogle, Philip. 
Rou, Conrad. 
Wile, Conrod. 
Louhenbauk, Abraham. 
Hillegas, Jacob. 
Shontz, Jacob. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 711 

Shontz, Henry. Wetsel, George. 

Heller, Jeremiah. Good, Solomon. 

The above statement commences from 23rd day of September, 
1814, to the 31st. day of October, 1814, making one month and 
eight days complete. 

I certify, upon honor, that this muster-roll exhibits a true 
statement of the number of men in my company, attached 
to One Hundred and Eighteenth regiment, First brigade. 
Seventh division, Pennsylvania Militia, in the service of the 
United States. 

ABRAHAM GANGWERE, 
Captain. 
I believe the above to be correct. 

CHRISTOPHER J. . 

Lieutenant Colonel Commanding. 

I certify that the company commanded by Capt. Abraham 
Gangwere, is now in the service of the United States, under 
order of Brig. Gen. H. Spearing, commandant Military dis- 
trict. 

THOMAS J. ROGERS, 
Brigade Major. 
Marcus Hook Camp, October 23, 1814. 
Above copy from Vol. XH Pa. Archives, 2nd Series. 



ROLL OF CAPT. JACOB GROSH'S COMPANY. 

MUSTER-ROLL OF THE NINTH COMPANY (UNDER THE 
COMMAND OP CAPT. .JACOB GROSH) OF THE SECOND 
REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER LIGHT IN- 
FANTRY, COMMANDED BY COLONEL LOUIS BACHE, 
ATTACHED TO THE FIRST BRIGADE SECOND DIVISION, 
PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA. 



Sergeants. 

Wolfley, George. 

Pierce, William. 
Williams, Edward. 
Cottinger, John I, 



?J2 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Corporals. 

Myers, John. 

Parker, William I. 

Chamberlain, Nathan. 

Jones, John. 

Drummer. 
Keller. Joel. 

Fifer. 
Steddum, George. 



Moore, Zachariah. 
Ebell, L W. 
Porter, John. 
Nicholas, Jacob. 
Nagle, Peter. 
Rank, Mathias. 
Ehler, John. 
Bellows, Abraham. 
Fetter, Henry. 
Leibhart, Henry. 
Bell, Edward. 
Robinson, Joseph. 
Gregg, Mahlon. 
Serfoss, John. 
Griffin, James. 
McCarry, James. 
Deffenderffer, Henry. 
Toland, Daniel. 
Ingles, Moses. 
St. John, Stephen. 
Temple, William. 
DeMiller, William. 
Fetterer, Stephen. 
Bucher, Joseph. 
Blacks, James. 
Amos, Joshua. 
Gorrell, James. 
Kunitz, Augustus S. 
Foulk, William. 
Lehman, Lewis. 



Privates. 

Law, John. 
Caldwell, Timothy. 
Sherer, John. 
Foltz, John. 
Teatsworth, John. 
Gregg, Abraham. 
Hager, Francis. 
Heckrotte, John. 
Cramer, John. 
McCormick, William. 
Chamberlain, Calvin. 
Rienhart, David. 
Robinson, Richard. 
Curry, John. 
Davis, Willis, Jr. 
Brandt, William. 
Heistand, Peter. 
Greider, John. 
Shirk, Christian. 
Johnston, Thomas. 
Hughs, Felix. 
Donley, Henry. 
Lanius, Henry. 
Leonard, William. 
Gather, Samuel. 
Leader, John. 
Henry, Joel. 
Shanks, John. 
Wyatt, John. 
Boner, Andrew. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



713 



McFall, Joseph. 
McFall, John. 
Tochill, Edward. 
Olewine, Richard. 
Gribbiu, James, Jr. 
Brooks, Andrew. 
Fi-azer, William. 
Goshet, Jacob. 
Clarnen, James. 
Sweeny, Roger. 
Mullen, Daniel. 
Campbell, James. 
Forringer, Henry. 



Cushman, Horatio. 
Manwaring, Charles. 
Cummins, Jacob. 
Heck, John. 
Asman, James. 
Dinsman, William. 
Johnson, Jacob. 
Hughs, Francio. 
Black, Alexander. 
Lonny, Daniel. 
Mann, Samuel. 
Ringgold, James P. 



We do certify, on honor, that the foregoing muster-roll ex- 
hibits a just and true statement of the foregoing company. 

J. HESS, 
Lieutenant Commanding. 
LOUIS BACHE. 
Colonel Second Regiment. 
Camp Marcus Hook, November 29, 1814. 
Above Copied from Vol. XII — Pa. Archives, 2nd Series. 



714 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



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Henry Kreisher 

Joseph Berger, 

John H. Hummel 

John Doffe 

George Stlmeling 

Henry Yeisly 

Jonathan Derk 

Isaac Bear 

John Yorton, 

Ludwig Deevler, 

Peter Moyer 

Henry Grimm 

George Wagner 

Henry Brouse 

Anthony Berman 

Henry Pontious 

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LIST OF NONE COMMITIONED OFFICERS & PRIVETS 
IN COMPANY COMMANDED BY CAPT. PETER HANLEY 
OF THE FIRST BRIGADE, SECOND DIVISION PENNSYL- 
VANIA MILITIA AT MARKES HOOK, BELONGING TO 
COL. CONRAD KRICKBAUMS. 






Serjeants. 

1st— Wilder Bevans 

3rd— John Christman, Jr. 
3rd— John Christman, rj. 
4th — Peter I^ongenback. 
5tli— Rineard March. 

Corporals. 
1st— Benj'n Rinehard. 
2d— Wm. Li€Big. 
3rd— Israle Burns. 
4th— Saml. Rushong. 

Fifer. 
George Sheltee 



Drummer. 
Phillip Rushong, . 



Privates. 
George Phillips. 
Joseph Missimer. 
Wm. Gilbrath. 
Jacob Overshine. 
Henry S. Missimer. 
Saml. Hanley. 
Martin Decker, Jr. 
George Rodeback. 
Jacob Rusliong. 
Wm. Ox. 
John Hartranfft. 
George Bryner. 
Aaron Lynderman. 
Martin Decker, Sr. 
Jacob Koch. 
Saml. Hortinstine. 
Joseph Warley. 

John Bclten 

Saml. Mlsimer, Sr. , 
Daniel Howbarger, 
Saml. Misimer, Jr. 
John Black. 
Heni-y Keely. 
Jacob Mayberry. 
John Keeler 



Sept. 20th, 1S14. 



on furlow by Colonel 7th to 
13th Oct. 



on furlow by Colonel 7th to 
13th Oct. 



Absent sick from 30th Sept. 
Absent not come on. 
Absent not come on. 



WAR OF 1S12-1S14. 



719 



LIST OF NONE COMMITIONED OFFICERS & PRIVETS 
IN COMPANY COMMANDED BY CAPT. PETER HANLEY. 
— Coutinued. 



Tohn Barlow. 
Abner Barlow. 
Henry Lochman. 
John Nap. 
Adam Prutzman. 
Joseph Lochman. 
John Barnhart. 
Thos. Davis. 
Robert Evans. 
Jacob Roads. 
Benjn. Pool. 
Henry Graver. 
Daniel Moyer. 
Abraham Mattls. 
Jacob Sheffee. 
(Mutilated.) 

Fillman. 

Saylor. 

Swinehart. 

Unegobler. 




Fasrely. 

Kutz. 

Shrader. 
Henry Althouse. 
John Long. 
Conrad Miller. 
Sam'l Thilman. 




Andrew Gephart. 
John Cole. 
Sam'l Zuber. 
Henry Zuber. 
John Reninger. 
John Miller. 
Sam'l Henrick. 
Amos Rafesnider. 
Sam'l Smith. 
Henry Mull. 
Wm. Ale. 

Joseph Bitting, Jr. 
Jacob Miller. 

Williams. 

Henry Kepner. 
Michel Miller. 
Sam'l Weller. 





on furlow from 30th Sept. 
11th Oct. 1S14. 



m furlow 
Oct. ISH. 



720 



PENNSYl^VANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



LIST OF NONE COMMITIONED OFFICERS & PRIVETS 
IN COMPANY COMMANDED BY CAPT. PETER HANLEY. 
^Continued. 



Valentine Kortz. 






Jacob Althouse. 






Joseph Bitting, Stir. 






George ZoUer. 






Jacob Peterman. 






Abraham Smith. 






George Getman. 






Jacob Walter. 






Jon. Petleman. 






Benj'n Yost. 










discharged 9th Oct. 1814. 






discharged 9th Oct. 1814. 









I Certify the foregoing to be a correct list of the non-com- 
missioned Officers and privates now under my command. 
October 10th, 1814. 

PETER HANLEY, Capt'n. 

Camp Marines hook, October 10, 1814. 
I do Certify upon Honour this Muster R,oIl exhibits a true 
statement of a company of the Montgomery County Militia 
of the State of Pennsylvania now in the service of the United 
States. The remarks set opposite the names of the men are 
accurate and just. 

PETER HANLEY, Capt. 
CONRAD KRICKBAUM, Lieut. Col. 

I Certify that the Company Commanded by Capt. Peter Han- 
ley is in the service of the United States under Order of the 
General Commanding the fourth Militia District. 

SAM'L SMITH, Brig'd Gen'l. 

Camp Markeshook, Oct. 17th, 1814. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 721 

MUSTER ROLL OF THE 3RD COMPANY OF MILITIA LATE 
IN THE SERVICE OP THE UNITED STATES ATTACHED 
TO THE COMMAND OF COLONEL THOMPSON, COM- 
MANDED BY JOS. HARGESHEIMER. 



Captain. 
1 Joseph Hargeslieimer. 

1st Lieut., 
2 William Morrison. 

2d Lieut., 
3 James Renshaw. 

Ensign, 
George Cline. 

1st Sergt., 

5 Jacob C. Sorler. 

2(i Sergt., 

6 Charles Fisher. 

3rd Sergt., 
7 Robert Armstrong. 

4th Sergt., 
8 Edward Beakley. 



9. George' Shugart. 22. Henry Homiller. 

10. George Somerlet. 23. Frederick Stoerer. 

11. William Vanhorn. 24. Yost Berklebock. 

12. Peter Warner. 25. Bright Pinyard. 

13. Abraham Zimmerend. 26. Jonathan Wexler. 

14. Frederick Link. 27. Christian Duy. 

15. John Good. 28. William Philips. 

16. William Henry. 29. Michael Kerbock. 

17. George Shingle. 30. JoAn Strouse. 

18. John Selcer. 31. John Mann. 

19. David Merony. 32. John Moul. 

20. William Clouse. 33. Martin Young. 

21. Jacob Hellerman. 34. John Snovel. 

46— Vol. VIII— Gth Ser. 



722 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



35. 


Adam Ketler. 


66. 


John Hess. 


36. 


John L. Duy. 


67. 


Elijah Luckens. 


37. 


Edward Tusten. 


68. 


John Didier. 


38. 


Philip Warner. 


69. 


Enoch Reiser. 


39. 


George Knor. 


70. 


Leonard Martz. 


40. 


Henry Stroup. 


71. 


William Rearer. 


41. 


Henry Selcer. 


72. 


Abraham Done. 


42. 


Alhannon Omensetter. 


73. 


Mathias Lausen. 


43. 


Jesse Widdis. 


74. 


Frederick Fox. 


44. 


Jacob Bentz. 


75. 


Michael Young. 


45. 


Jacob Gisel. 


76. 


Walter Camel. 


46. 


John Tener. 


77. 


Charles Showaker. 


47. 


Henry Gress. 


78. 


James Dull. 


48. 


Jacob Link. 


79. 


Peter Slroup. 


49. 


George Simon. 


80. 


Christian Nicholas. 


50. 


Benjamin Gorges. 


81. 


Joseph Peeky. 


51. 


John Gorges. 


82. 


Henry Felty. 


52. 


Mark Sihers. 


83. 


David Relinson. 


53. 


Daniel Sharpnack. 


84. 


Peter Mann. 


54. 


Samuel Nell. 


85. 


John H. Gorgas. 


55. 


George Lehman. 


86. 


George Green. 


56. 


John Light. 


87. 


John Stace. 


57. 


Philip Fulmer. 


88. 


John Flue. 


58. 


William Somerlet. 


89. 


William Taylor. 


59. 


John Shafer. 


90. 


Benjamin Shallcreys. 


60. 


Jacob Keker. 


91. 


Joseph Smith. 


61. 


John Wentz. 


92. 


Jacob Derr. 


62. 


Jacob Hoffman. 


93. 


Daniel Couher. 


63. 


Edward Snyder. 


94. 


Jacob Zimmerman. 


64. 


Jacob Benner. 


95. 


Samuel Tichthoru. 


65. 


Christian Peters. 







We certify on honor that the above list or roll contains a 
true state of the company as therein specified. Witness my 
hand June 1st, 1816. 

WM. MORISON, 
Lieut. Commant. 
JOHN THOMPSON, 
Col. Commd. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 723 

PAY ROLL OF CAPT. HERGESHEIMER'S COMPANY 2ND 
BRIGADE 1ST. DIVISION PENNA. MILITIA IN SERVICE 
OP THE UNITED STATES UNDER THE COMMAND OF 
COL'L JOHN THOMPSON. 



Capt. 

Joseph Hergesheimer. 

ISL. Lieut. 
Wm. Morison. 

2n(i Lieut. 
James Renshaw. 

Ensign. 
George Kline. 

Serjeants. 

Jacob C. Sorber. 

Charles Fisher. 

Robert Armstrong. 

Edward Beakley. 

Corporal. 
George Shugart. 

Drum Major. 
George Green. 

Privates. 
George Somerlot, deserted. 
William Vanhon. 
Peter Warner. 
Abraham Zimerman. 
Daniel Cowher. 
Jacob Zimerman. 
Frederick Link. 
John Good, sick on furlough. 
William Henry. 
George Shingle. 
John Selcer. 
David Merouey. 
Wm. Clouse. 
Jacob Hellerman. 



"724 PENNiYLVANlA VOLUNTEERS. 

Heniy Homiller, deserted. 

Jacob Landenberger, Returu'd by order of Gen'l Bloomfield. 

Frederick Steover, Jr. 

Yost Berkleboch. 

Bright Piuyard. 

Jonathan Waxier. 

Christian Duy. 

William Philips. 

Michael Kerboch. 

James Reed. 

John Strouse. 

John Man. 

John Moul. 

Martin Young. 

John Snovel. 

Adam Ketler. 

John L. Diiy. 

Edward Tuston. 

Philip Warner. 

George Knor. 

Henry Stroup. 

Henry Selcer. 

Alhanan Omensetter. 

Jesse Widdiss. 

Jacob Bentz. 

Jacob Gisel. 

John Zeuer. 

Henry Gro&s. 

Jacob Sink. 

George Simon. 

Benjamin Gorges. 

John Gorges. 

Mark Silvers. 

Samuel Fichorn. 

Daniel Sharpnack. 

Samuel Nell. 

George Lehman. 

John Light. 

Philip Fulmer. 

William Somerlot. 

Jacob Schafer. 

Jacob Recker. 

John Wentz. 

Jacob Hoffman. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 725 

Edward Snider. 

Jacob Benner. 

Christian Peters. 

John Hess. 

Elijah Luckens. 

John Didier, overrun his furlough 5 da. 

Enoch Reiser. 

Leonard Marts. 

William Rever. 

Abraham Done. 

Matthias Lawson. 

Frederich Fox. 

Michael Young. 

Waller Camel. 

Charles Shawaker. 

James Dull. 

Peter Stroiip. 

Christian Nicholas. 

Joseph Peekey. 

Henry Felty. 

John Waley. 

Peter Man. 

John H. Gorges, Jr 

Solomon Hart. 

John Stace. 

John Flue. 

Wm. Tayler. 

Benjamin Shalcross. 

We do certify on Honor that the within Roll exhibits the true 
state of the company commanded by Captain Joseph Harges- 
heim.er of the Second brigade, first division Penna. Militia 
under command of Col. Jno. Thompson. 

WM. MORISON, 
Lueten. Commandig. 
Camp Marcus Hook. October 17th, 1814. ■ 

JOHN THOMPSON, Col. 

I do certify that the company commanded by Captain Joseph 
Hargesheimer is in the Service of the United States under 
orders of the General commanding the fourth Military district 

THOMAS SNYDER, 
Brigadier General Commanding. 
Camp Marcus Hook, October 17th, 1814. 



726 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Camp Marcus Hook, Oct. 19, 1814. 
We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Militia company attached to the 2d Brigade Regiment, 
2d Division, Penna. Militia under command of Colonel J. 
Thompson, Militia of the State of Pennsylvania in the service 
of the United States, under the requisition of the President 
of the 4th of July, 1814, and subsequent thereto, do each of us 
hereby acknowledge to have received severally from Daniel 
Bussier, pay-master of the Militia, the sum of six dollars, in 
advance, as part of our additional pay allowed by act of As- 
sembly, the said sum of six dollars being paid to each of us 
by order of his excellency the Governor under act of Assem- 
bly of February 22, 1814. The said company being commanded 
by Capt. Jos. Hergesheimer. 

Sergeants. 

1st. Jacob C. Sorber. 

2nd. Charles Fisher. 

3rd. Robert Armstrong. 

4th. Edward Beakly. 

Corporal. 
Geo. Shugard. 



George Somerlot. 
William Vanhorn. 
Peter Warner. 
Abraham Zimerman. 
Fred'r Link. 
John Good. 
William Henry. 
George Shingle. 
John Selcer. 
yavid Meroney. 
Wm. Clouse. 
Jacob Hellerman. 
Henry Homiller. 
Jacob Landenberger. 
Fred'r Steover, Junr. 
Yost. Berkleboch. 
Bright Pinyard. 
Jonathan Waxier. 
Christian Duy. 



Privates. 

Wm. Philips. 
Michael Kerboch. 
James Reed. 
John Strouse. 
John Man. 
John Moul. 
Martin Young. 
John Snovel. 
Adam Ketler. 
John L. Duy. 
Edward Tuston. 
Philip Warner. 
George Knor. 
Henry Stroup. 
Henry Selcer. 
Alhanan Omensetter. 
Jesse Widdis. 
Jacob Bentz. 
Jacob Gisel. 



WAR OF 1812-1S14. 



727 



John Zener. 
Henry Gross. 
Jacob Link. 
George Simon. 
Benjamin Gorges. 
John Gorges. 
Marl?; Silvius. 
Daniel Sharpnack. 
Samuel Nell. 
George Lehman. 
John Light. 
Philip Fulmer. 
William Somerlot. 
Jacob Schafer. 
Jacob Recker. 
John Wentz. 
Jacob Hoffman. 
Edward Snider. 
Jacob Benner. 
Christian Peters. 
John Hess. 
Elijah Luckens. 
John Didier. 
Enoch Keyser, 
Leonard Marts. 
William Rever. 



Abraham Doene. 
Matthias Lawson. 
Fred'r Fox. 
Michael Young. 
Walter Campbell. 
Charles Shawaker. 
James Dull. 
Peter Stroup. 
Christian Nicholas. 
Joseph Peekey. 
Henry Felty. 
John Waley. 
Peter Mann. 
John H. Gorges, Jr. 
Solomon Hart. 
George Green. 
John Stace. 
John Flue. 
Wm. Tayler. 
Benjamin Shalcross. 
George W. Bush. 
Joseph Smith. 
Jacob Derr. 
Daniel Conker. 
Jacob Zimerman. 
Sam'l Fichthorn. 



A MUSTER ROLL OP DRAFTED MILITIA UNDER COM- 
MAND OF CAPT. GEORGE HARTMAN, JR., OF THE 2ND 
COMPANY AND ATTACHED TO THE 65TH REGIMENT 

. PENNA. MILITIA. 



Sergeants. 

1st. Peter Rentgen. 
2d. Thomas Harris. 
3rd. Sampson Davis. 
4th. Thomas Neel. 
5th. John Miller. 



728 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Corporals. 



1st. James Huston. 

2d. John Hippie. 

3rd. Lewis Orner. 

Jacob Roads, on furlough. 



Henry Smith. 

William Roads. 

Samuel Strough. 

John Moses. 

Nicholas March. 

George Miller. 

Peter Snyder. 

Lewis Roberts. 

George Hippie. 

Ezekiel Powel. 

Henry Moses. 

Gabrial Watson. 

Jacob Heck. 

John Scott. 

James Himes. 

George Priser. 

Ebenezer Griffith. 

Caleb Townsand. 

John Wynn. 

Jonathan Wynn. 

Thomas Leiton. 

John Beekley. 

Daniel Glower. 

David Gunn. 

Jacob Lineinger, on furlough. 

Samuel Martin. 

John Defrain. 

Jacob Lear. 

Nicholas Kiser. 

Valentine Shelich. 

Henry Snyder. 

Henry Baughdekerch. 

Jacob Davidsizer. 

George Hoffman, on furlough. 

Thomas Snyder. 

George C. Campbell. 

John Meezer. 

David Williams, on furlough. 



Privates. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 729 



Abraham Slighter. 

Michael Deemer. 

John Walter. 

Peter Snyder. 

Daniel Link. 

Leonard Walter. 

Owen Evens. 

George Bignal. 

Henry Hippie. 

Peter Yeager. 

William Custer. 

Peter Hippie. 

Casper Hippie. 

Jacob Hammer. 

Israel Kepler. 

John Creps. 

Thomas Creps. 

John Harple. 

Frederick Sheeter. 

George Deery. 

Henry Schristman. 

George Essick. 

Joseph Root. 

Jacob Root. 

David Walkingwood. 

Henry Smith. 

William Leacy. 

Caleb Fitzsummons. 

Samuel Ligget, on furlough. 

William Starrett, Lame. 

Jacob Helbert. 

Jesse Watkins. 

Isaac Miller. 

Jacob Stouter. 

Benjamin Roberts, deserted. 

Samuel Griffith. 

James Matson. 

Samuel Hersh. 

John Bush. 

David Root. 

William Emery. 

Frederick Deeds, absent without leave. 

Samuel Widener, absent without leave. 

Jacob Mock. 



730 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Samuel Everhart. 

George Keely. 

Jesse Thomas. 

Henry Turner. 

Phillip Belts. 

Henvy March, Lame. 

John Viant. 

Henry Kiter. 

Thomas Howel. 

John Gregory. 

Henry Houp. 

William Beaven. 

George Snyder, Lame. 

Samuel Loyd. 

Peter .Tery. 

James Guest. 

David Monroe. 

Sameul Lelgton, deserted. 

Camp Marcus Hook, Octoher 17, 1814. 
I Certify on honor this Muster Roll Exhibits a true state 

of the 2d Company annexed to the 65th Regiment 

Pennsylvania Militia now in the Service of the United States, 
and that the remark set opposite the names are accurate and 
just. 

GEO. HARTMAN, JR., Capt. 

I believe the above to be a correct Muster pay roll. 

J. L. PEARSON, Col, of 65th Reg't. 

* I Certify that the 2nd Company in the 65th Reg't Pennsyl- 
vania Militia commanded by George Hartman is in the Service 
of the United States under order of the 

SAM'L SMITH, B. G. 



WAR OF 1812-1S14. 



731 



PAY ROLL, OF A VOLUNTEER COMPANY OF RIFLEMEN 
CALLED THE PENNSYLVANIA RIFLE RANGERS UN- 
DER THE COMMAND OF JACOB HOFFMAN ATTACHED 
TO THE SECOND BRIGADE PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA 
IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES COMMAND- 
ED BY LIEUTENANT COL. JAC'B B. SOUTHERLAND. 
CAMP NEAR MARCUS HOOK OCTOBER 15TH 1814. 



Names. 


Rank. 


Remarks. 




Capt. 

1st Lieut., .. 
2nd Lieut. 
3rd Lieut. 
Ordly. Sgt. 
2nd Sgt. 

3rd Sgt 

4th Sgt. 

Q. M. Sgt. 

&th Sgt. 

7th Sgt. 

Sth Sgt. 

Musician. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private 

Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
































9 John Ritter 












12 Andrew Saltsbough, 
































21 Francis Degorgue 

22 Herbert Fenton . . 




23 John Fisher 




24 Benjamin penegar 

25 Henry Bickley 




26 David Wright 


on furlow. 


27 David Ramho 




28 Charles C. Carse!y 












32 Hugh Lewis 




















37 Thomas Bamfleld, 

38 Alexander Kid 




30 William Butler, 




40 William Crawford, 

41 James Ray 




42 William Hillyards 

43 Phillip Donohower, 





732 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



PAY ROLL 0" A VOLUNTEER COMPANY OF RIFLEMEN 
CALLED THE PENNSYLVANIA RIFLE RANGERS.— Con- 



Names. 


Ran 


k. Remarks. 


Garret Williamson 


Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Prl ate 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Pi-ivate 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
























William Han&ell 
























William Delaney, 

Joseph McDermond 

Peter Shronk 




Henrv Kline 




Jacob Campbell 




Charles Donely 




John W Eaton 




Abraham Richardson 


' 














George Fitzpatrick 




George W. Maxwell 


Without Leave. 







We certify on honor that this pay Roll exhibits a true State 
of the Rifle company attached to the second Brigade Penna. 
Militia and that the remarks set opposite the names of the 
men are accurate and just. 

.lACOB HOFFMAN, Capt'n. 
JOEL B. SOUTHERLAND, 
Lieut. Colonel Commandent. 

I certify that the Rifle commanded by Captain 'Jacob Hoff- 
man is on the service of the United States under the orders 
of the General Commanding the fourth Military district. 

THOMAS SNYDER. 
Brigadier General. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



733 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. HOLDGATE'S COMPANY IN THE 
2D REGLfvlBNT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS (IL- 
LEGIBLE: INFANTRY IN THE SERVICE OF THE STATE 
OF PENNSYLVANIA FOR THREE MONTHS FROM THE 
12TH DAY AUGUST LAST ATTACHED TO THE FIRST 
BRIGADE 2D DIVISION PENNA. MILITIA AT CAMP 
MARCUS HOOK COMMANDED BY BRIGADIER GENERAL 
SAMUEL SMITH, NOVEMBER 29, 1814. 



Andrew Reed. 
John Cain. 
Roberts Roberts. 
George Wilson. 
William Kirk. 
Robert Matson. 
Henry Megee. 
Robert Gilliott. 
Jesse Carver. 
William Harrison. 



Capt. 
William Holdgate. 

Lieut. 
Levi Evans. 

Ensign. 
John Suplee. 

Serjeants. 

1st. David Willson. 

2d Thomas Davis. 

3rd. Jacob Ulrick. 

4th. Henry Gilinger. 

Corporals. 
1st. Enoch Holdgate. 
2d. Andrew Louden. 
Srd. George Tippen. 
4th. William Sloan. 

Musicians. 
1st. Matthias Hans. 
2d. William Miller.^ 

Privates. 

William Thompson 
Benjamin Yates. 
Samuel Forder. 
John Mealy. 
Benjamin Smith. 
Jacob Linenbough. 
Henry Earnest. 
Samuel McCool. 
Jacob Ramey. 
Benjamin Ramey. 



734 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



William Davy. 
John Harrisson. 
Jonathan Clemans. 
Jesse Cleaver. 
Thomas Graham. 
James Whitby. 
Jacob Lentz. 
William Lewellyn. 
George Strepes. 
Joseph Martin. 
Jonathan Engles. 
Jacob Shade. 
John Wolf. 
John Roberts. 
Lloyd Barr. 
Camp Marcus Hook, November 29th, 1814. 
I do hereby Certify upon honour that the above is a just 
and True Muster Roll of Capt. Holdgates. 

LOUIS BACHE, 
Col. 2d Reg't Penna. Vol. 



Henry Hallman. 
Joel Jones. 
Charles Brooke. 
John Evans. 
Wickard Levering. 
Alexander Enochs. 
Benjamin Levering. 
Jonathan Matson. 
William McAnall. 
Jacob Peterman. 
Jesse Childs. 
Joshua McMin. 
William Fryer. 
John Carr. 
Peter Davis. 



October 31—1814, Camp Markes Hook. 
PAY ROLL OF THE COMPANY OF INFANTRY UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF CAPT. JACOB HUMMEL ATTACHED AND 

ORGINIZED BY AGNT. GENERAL OF THE 

BRIGADE P. M. IN THE SERVICE OF THE U. STATES 
COMMD. BY LIEUF. COL. GEORGE WBIRICK. 




Jacob Hummel, ... 

Walter Brady 

Francis B. Swartz, 
Stephen Baity, — 

John Eisly 

John Hammer 

John S. James 

John B. Jorden, . 

John Petre 

Jacob Lisering, ... 

James Martin 

Henry Burn 

John Burn 

John App 



Capt. 
Lieut. 
Ens., 
Perst. 
Sergt. 
Sergt. 



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on furlow. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



735 



PAY ROLL OF THE COMPANY OF INFANTRY UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF CAPT. JACOB HUMMEL.— Continued. 



Isaac Hull, .. 
John Housal, 
John Redlier, 




Abrm. Newcommer, 
Frederick Weaver, . 
Joseph Morgan, — 

James Morgan, 

John Mosteller 

Henry Haupt, 

William Mettier 

Peter overdurf 

Jonathen S^raw, — 
Zacaria Lrondun, . ■ . 

Henry Sterner 

David Zeliff 

Logwood G. Hoyd, . 

Daniel Ringler 

Benjamin HofC 

George Espy 

John Buyers, ^ 

John W. Rtnn 

Balser Mirely 

Jacob Hedrick 

William WocUican, . 

Daniel Lorner 

George Farely 

John Buchner 

Joseph McCluchen, . 

John Barnhart 

William Willet 

Samual Willet, 

Elias Woodruff, 

William Barr 

John Roadaimel, ... 

John applegate 

Henry Bertler 

Andrew Caruthers I Priv. 



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John Armstrong, .. 
Jonathan Furman, 
Frederick Rinehard, 
Daniel Garehard, .. 

John Crutchly 

William Mahany. .. 

Daniel Delong 

Christian Wagener, 

James Warren 

David More 

Griggs Mash, 

John Campbell 



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received one knapsack, 
received one knapsack & 
blanket. 



Recvd. one Blanket. 



Recvd. one Blanket. 



Recvd. one Blanket. 



Deserted Octor. 27, 1814. 
Deserted Octor. 27, 1S14. 
Deserted Octor. 27, 1S14. 



736 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

I do certify on honor that this pay-roll exhibits a true state- 
meut cf the company under my command from JNorthd 
County attached to the Regiment under the Command of Lieut. 
Col. George Weirick Pennsya. Militia. 

JACOB HUMMEL, Capt. 

I believe the above to be a correct Pay Roll. 

GEO, WEIRICK, Lt. Col. Comd. 

I certify that the Compy. command, by Capt. Jacob Hummel 
is now in the service of the U. States orders of the Gen. Com- 
mandant, 4th Military District. 

JNO. J. ROGERS. B. Major. 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE CORPS OF VOLUNTEER RIFLE- 
MEN COMMANDED BY CAPT. JOHN HUSTON JUNR. 
IN THE REGIMENT OF RIFLEMEN UNDER THE COM- 
MAND OF LIEUT. COL. SUTHERLAND ATTACHED TO 
TPIE 2ND BRIGADE 1ST DIVISION P. M. IN THE SER- 
VICE OP THE UNITED STATES FROM SEPTEMBER 
14TH, 1814 TO JANUARY 3RD. 1815. 



Names — Remarks. 

Cant. 
John Huston Junr. 

Lieuts. 

Henry Jacobs. 
Samuel Campbell. 

Ensign. 
Joseph Dickinson. 

Sergeants. 

William Huston. 

Jacob Fisher, Died the 10th Dec. 1814. 

Reuben Holgate. 

Conrad Nell. 

Fred'k Dutweiler, Q. M. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



737 



Corporals. 

Abraham Tustin. 

Samuel Hinkle. 

John Roop. 

Charles Nice Junr. 

Privates. 

Livezey, Charles. 
Mould, Francis. 
Nace, John. 
Nicholas, Henry. 
Ryland, Samuel. 
Rynick, John. 
Smith, Jacob. 
Sign, Simon. 
Sausimer, Peter. 
Sign, John. 
Sign, George. 
Streper, William. 
Streper, William Junr. 
Sausimer, John. 
Stallman, John. 
Shaffer, Charles. 
Saunders, Adam. 
Shingle, George. 
Smith, John. 
Saunders, Isaac. 
Sausimer, Jacob. 
Shaffer, Andrew. 
Tyson, Philip. 
Tarter, Samuel. 
Toland, William. 
Unruh, John. 
Wampole, George. 
Wyndolph, Jacob, 
observed that in the Alphabetical list of 
1 omission of Fleming, Frederick. 

We certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits a true 
State of the Corps of Volunteer Riflemen of the 2nd Brigade 
1st Division P. M. for the period therein mentioned and that 
the remarks set opposite tthe names of the men are accurate 
and just, the 13th being first altered to the 12th. of Sept. 
JNO. HUSTON JR. Capt. 
J. B. SUTHERLAND, Lt. Col. 
47— Vol. Vni— 6th Ser. 



Amaigh, Peter. 
Anderson, Francis. 
Bechtel, Jacob. 
Bechtel, George. 
Bicking, John. 
Bicking, Joseph. 
Burnhetter, Jacob. 
Book, Henery. 
iiatz, Henry. 
Dehaven, John. 
Donoho, James. 
Deatz, Henry. 
Drace, Michael. 
F'reas, George. 
Freed, Jacob. 
Guyer, Benjamin. 
Goodman, John. 
Holgate, Abraham. 
Henry, Jacob. 
Holgate, Griffith. 
Hein, Abraham. 
Jacoby, Martin. 
Kirper, John. 
Kibler, Samuel. 
Knouse, Charles. 
Kupp, Frederick. 
Lightcap, John. 
Lightcap, Michael. 

N. B. It will be 
the F's there was ai 



738 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



PAY ROLL OF A VOLUNTEER COMPANY OF RIFLEMEN 
CALLED THE "CHESTNUT HILL AND GERMANTOWN 
RIFLE RANGERS" UNDER THE COMMAND OF JOHN 
HUSTON JR. ATTACHED TO IME SECOND BRIGADE 
P. MILITIA IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 
COMMANDED BY LIEUTENANT COL. JOEL B. SUTHER- 
LAND. 
Camp near Marcus Hook, October 10th, 1814. 





Names. 




1 


d 








K 


h 


1 


Jno. Husten, Jr 


Capt 


1 


2 
3 

4 
5 






















1 Serg't. 










7 




3 Serg't 


4 




4 Sergt. 






Conraa Nell 


5 Serg't. 




10 
11 
















3 Corporal 


5 


13 
14 


Clias. (iiiutil;itt-a) 

Simon (mutilated). 


5 Corporal. 




15 


John D Haven 


p . J. 


.6 


16 


Andrew Shafer (sick at h-.me). 




17 


Jacob Smith. 






18 






7 


19 


Peter I..aurimer. 




20 


Jos. Bicking. 






?.1 


Henry Datz 




g 




Jno. Stallman. 






?S 


Jno. Lighteap 




9 


24 


Geo. Sign. 






23 
26 


Geo. Friar. 
Abm. Holget. 






27 


Jno. Rynick. 






2S 


Geo. AVampole. 






29 


Wm. Stuper. Jr. 






?.() 


Francis Anderson 




10 


31 


Saml. Tarter. 




32 


Jacob Henry, Jr. 






33 


Adam Sanders. 






34 


Jacob (?) heter. 






35 


Sam'l Ryland. 
Peter Amey. 






37 


Michl. Lighteap. 






38 


Fredk. Flemins. 






39 


Jno. Bicking. 






40 


Francis Mould. 






41 


Jno. Laurimer. 






42 


Clias. Shafer. 






43 


Henry Nicholas 




n 



WAR OP 1S12-1S11. 



739 



PAY ROIL OF A VOLUNTEER COMPANY OF RIFLEMEN 
CALLED THE "CHESTNUT HILL AND GBRMANTOWN 
RIFLE RANGERS"'.— Continued. 



44 


Griffith Holget. 






45 


Jacob Fried (siclt at home) 




12 


46 


Michl. Dress. 






47 


Jno. Sign 




13 


4S 


Chas. Livezey. 






49 


Fredk. Capp. 






50 


Jas. Donoho. 






51 


Sam'l Kibler. 






52 


Martin Jacoby. 






53 


Abm. Hein. 






54 


Jno. Goodman. 






55 


Jacob Bechtel. 






56 


Wm. Stuper. 






57 


Henry Book. 






5S 


Benj'n Guyer (sick at home) 




14 


59 


Wm. Tolan. 






60 


Jno. Smik. 






61 


Chas. Knou.se 




15 


62 


Jno. Nace. 






63 


Geo. Bechtel. 






64 


Geo. Shingle. 






65 


Jno. Kirper. 






66 


Jesse Sanders. 






67 


Jacob Windolf. 






6S 


Philip Tyson, 




16 


69 


Henry Dates (sick In gl.) 




70 


Jno. Unruk. 







Ferlow 10, No. 70 men. Total 17 on Furlow. 

We certify on honor that this pay Roll exhibits a true 
state of the Rifle company attached to the Second Brigade 
Penna. Militia and that the remarks set opposite the names 
of the men are accurate and just. 

JOEL B. SUTHERLAND, 
Lieut. Colonel Commandant. 
SAMUEL CAMPBELL, 
Secn'd Lieut. Commandent. 

I certify that the Rifle company commanded by John Huston 
Jr. is in the service of the United States under orders of the 
Gen'l commanding the 4th. Military district. 

THOMAS SNYDER, 
Brig. General. 



740 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



PAY ROLL OF THE BUCKS COUNTY MILITIA COMD. BY 
CAPT. NATHAN JAMES ATTACHED TO THE REGIMENT 
PENNA. MILITIA NOW IN SERVICE. 



Serjeants. 
Isaac James. 
Griffith Jones. 
Abiah James. 
David Riale. 

Corporals. 

William Miller. 

Joel Evens. 

Wm. Scott. 

John James. 



Nicholas Wanemakev. 

Andrew Armstrong. 

John Aston. 

Saml. Artman. 

Jacob Black. 

Silas Barton. 

Christian Barthle. 

Henry Black. 

Benjn. Callender. 

William Carman. 

William Gathers. 

Aaron Caulton. 

Jacob Craimer. 

Abraham Craimer. 

Saml. Crager. 

Simeon Carr. 

Saml. Dennison. 

John Elliot. 

Thomas Elliot, Furlough. 

Michael Echart. 

Benjn. Fulton. 

Henry Flack. 

Simon Good. 

Thomas Good. 

Alexr. Gadis. 

Henry Gadis. 



Privates. 

William Gadis. 

John Gerris. 

Joseph Gordon. 

John Grant. 

Frezier Henry. 

Jesse Hubbs. 

Jesse Harrar. 

John Horn. 

Johan Kunsman. 

Saml. Haynin. 

Thomas Harris. 

John Kartzel, on furlough. 

William James. 

James James. 

Isaac W. James. 

Thomas James. 

John James. 

John 0. James. 

Abner James. 

Jonas Jobson. 

Thomas Joyce. 

Henry Kellso. 

Moses Louder. 

Courtland Leer. 

George Leaver. 

Benjn. Matthew. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



741 



Joseph Mitchener. 

Charles McKaffee. 

William Mitchell. 

W. McConnel, on furlough. 

Joseph Nash. 

David Nailer. 

John Osbacl , on furlough. 

Henry Petit. 

James Pennington. 

John Poke. 

Henry Perringer. 

Charles Price. 

John Rocafelser. 

Edward Roberts. 

Garrit Rider. 

Jacob Keppard. 

James Swagger. 

Philip Swagger. 

John Smith. 

William Sheffer. 



John Stockton. 

James Starkey. 

John Solomon. 

John Scot. 

John Stout. 

David Syple. 

.Tohn Simmerman. 

John Solid. 

William Tunis. 

Elia? Thomas. 

Mathew Thomas. 

P. Vanlervane. 

Robt. Vanhorn. 

Dennis Wirmer. 

Obadiah Wilo. 

Isaac Young. 

Moses Aaron, Joined Oct. 16th, 

1814 
Simon Shafer. 
David Johnston, Oct. 27th. 1814 



We do Certify on honor that the within Muster Roll Ex- 
hibits a true state of the company and that the remarks Set 
opposite their Names are Correct and just. 

NATHAN JAMES, Capt. 
ISAAC GRIFFITH, Major. 
Camp Marcus Hook, Oct. 25th. 1814. 

I certify that the company commanded by Capt. Nathan 
James of Bucks County is in the Service of the U. States under 
Corad. of the Genl. commanding the Fourth Military District. 

SAML. SMITH, 
B. Genl. 
Camp Marcus Hook, Oct. 24th. 1814. 



PAY ROLL OF CAPTAIN PHINEAS KELLY'S COMPANY, 
BUCKS CY. MILITIA, FIRST BRIGADE, SECOND DI- 
VISION. 



Elijah Opdicke, 1st Serjt. 
Jonathan Smith, 2cl Serjt. 

Lewis Rice, 3rd Serjt.' 
Jacob Overholt, 4th Serjt. 



742 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



William Addis, 1st Corpl. 

John Price, 2d Corpl. 

Adam Kemp, 3rd Corpl. 

Joseph Williams, 4th Corpl. 



Archibald Atkinson- 
Joel Blakesly, deserted. 
Thomas Brinton. 
Isaac Bennett. 
Joseph Beats, deserted. 
George Bishop. 
John Cabbie. 
Robt. Collins. 
William Cooper. 
Joel Chester. 
William Crow. 
Jno. Christman. 
Isaac Coulier, deserted. 
Israel Crow. 
Michael Derr. 
Abraham Donehower. 
Michael Deeme)' 
Benj. Ettinger 
John Eagle. 
William Elwill. 
Jacob Fryling. 
Charles Hennings. 
Jonathan Force. 
Jacob Fonk. 
Peter Fluck. 
Yost. Foohner. 
Philip Guile. 
Henry Greeow. 
Saml. Hogeland. 
George Hill. 
Philip Hoffman. 
Ely Hibbs. 
John Huffman. 
John Hough. 
James Johnston. 
David Jackson. 
Joseph Kinsey. 
Abel Kelly. 



Privates. 

James Kennedy. 
John Kesler. 
Joseph Lovitt. 
Britton Lazaleer. 
Wm. Loyd. 
Henry Lewis. 
George Leer. 
Peter Long. 
Joseph Landis. 
John Lewis. 
John Moon. 
Thomas McCarty. 
James McKinster. 
George Moyers. 
Conrad Overpeck. 
Henry Overpeck. 
John Ott. 
Philip Peck. 
Henry Peck. 
Jacob Phylor. 
William Powers. 
Peter Raub. 
John Rasoner. 
Jacob Raub. 
Adam Shawger. 
William Shawger. 
J. W. Shives. 
Jno. Shoemaker. 
Joseph Smith. 
Henry Shevlr. 
Stephen Snare. 
Jacob Snovell. 
Joseph Satinger. 
- Conrad Sheets. 
Michael Sheets. 
Jacob Shauk. 
Elijah Sharp. 
George Trauger. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 743 

Jacob Trauger. Benj. Jacoby. 

J. Trumbower. John Carty. 

Job. Townsen, deserted. Robt. Johnston. 

Christian Trauger. Martin Marshall. 

George Titemer. John Beans. 

Jacob Vandergrift. John Barns. 

Ambrose Wilcokg. John Ogany. 

Nicholas Walter. Cornelius Mahan. 

Dan'l Wright. Stacy Roberts. 

David Williams. , Saml. Reason. 

Joseph Allen. Fred'k Hillipot. 
Henry Heddick. 

We do Certify on honor that the within Muster Roll exhibits 
a true State of the Company, and that the remarks set op- 
posite the men's names are Correct and Just. 

EMANUEL 'SOLLDAY, Lieut. 
ISAAC GRIFFITH Major. 
Oct. 28, 1814. 

I Certify on honor that the Company commanded by Cap- 
tain Kelley is in the Service of the United States under com- 
mand of the General commanding the Fourth Military Dis- 
trict. 

SAM'L SMITH, 
B. Gen']. 
Camp Marcus Hook, Oct. 28, 1814. 



PAY ROLL OF CAPTAIN MICHAEL KNORR'S COMPANY 
OF DRAFTED MILITIA OF THE SECOND BRIGADE, 
FIRST DIVISION PENN. MILITIA LATE IN THE SER- 
VICE OF THE UNITED STATES UNDER THE COMMAND 
OF BRIGADIER GENERAL THOMAS SNYDER, COM- 
MENCING ON 12TH SEPT. 1814 AND ENDING ON 4TH 
JANUARY 1815. 



Serjeants. 

1st. Charles Dyer. 
2nd. Charles Gaurdin. 
3rd. Joseph Matchner. 

4th. John Bramin. 
5th. Rudolp P. Wilson. 



744 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Corporals. 

1st. Jacob Faunce, Substitute for John Coon. 

2nd. Benjamin Snyder. 

3rd. Wm. Dungan. 

4th. Jacob Davis. 

Privates. 
John Achuff. 
Clarlc Brown. 
Jeremiah Baileau. 
Francis Bryan. 
Joseph Butcher. 

Nathan Baileau, Substitute for Joseph Miles. 
John Billings, Substitute tor Thomas Rorer. 
William Booth. 
Mosses Crispin. 
Jacob Cawher. Substitute. 
Casper Christian. 

John Dungan, Substitute for Joseph Vvagner. 
Daiiiel Daugherty, Substitute for Thomas McGee. 
Jame? Ellis. 
Philip Foulkrod. 

John Foy, Dec'd Dec. 28th, in Service of U. S. 
Benjamin I,. Hill. 
Thomas Hartley. 
Thomas Hidings. 
William Hendrix. 
Peter Hurst. 
John Hilt Junr. 
Thomas Hooven. 
Mosses Hilt. 
Joshua Krueson. 
Isaac Kreuson. 
Jacob Krueson. 
William Lawrey. 
Conrad Lingerman. 

Charles Markley, substitute for John Jones. 
Charles McVeaugh. 

William McDonnold, Substitute for John Wilson. 
Joseph P. Mathias. 
Henry Moore. 
Peter V. Mercilliott. 
Thomas Phillpot, Junr. 
Caleb Prentice. 
Henry Pugh, Substitute for Joseph Wigfall. 



' WAR OF 1S12-1S11. 745 

William Philips. 

Jouathan Roads. * 

John Richards. 

Ezekle Reese. 

John Restine. 

Jesse Roberts. 

William Rodgers. 

John Rightte, Substitute for Jacob Coffman. 

John Roads. 

William Scattergood. 

Frederick Smith. 

John Strickland. 

Benjamin Smith. 

Samuel Swope. 

Henry Simons. 

Peter Shawers. 

Abraham Strickland, Substitute for John Laven. 

Isaac Stillwell. 

Jacob Strauce, Substitute for Jacob Rigler. 

John Straupe. 

John Thompson, Substitute. 

George Vanhorn, Substitute. 

Joseph White. 

Chancey Woodraugh. 

Jacob WhitsoU. 

Godfrey Welser, Substitute for Michall Benner. 

Thomas Jentry. 

Joseph Achuff. 

I Certify on honor that the within is a True List of the 
Mens names who ware Late in the Service of the United 
States from the llth Day of September 1814 to fourth Day of 
January 1815. When they ware Lost, Mustered & Dis- 
charged. 

Signed. 

MICHAEL KNORR, 
Late Capt. Commanding in the Service of United States. 

Oxford Township, Phila. County. February 9th, 1816. 
And I further Certify that those persons marked as substitutes 
were the persons who performed the tour of duty and are en- 
titled to the Extra pay due from the State of Pennsylvania 
accordingly. 

MICHAEL KNORR, 
Capt. 5th Co. Thompsons Regt. P. M. 

JOHN THOMPSON, 
Coll. Comm'd. 



746 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



October 5, 1814. 
PAY ROLL FOR THE 5TH COMPANY 65 REGT. PENNSYL- 
VANIA MILITIA UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPT, 
JAMES LACKEY. 



Privates. 



Reuben Taylor. 
William White. 
Edward W. Robeson. 
George Roberts. 
William Bowers. 
William Dempsey. 
Jacob Goodwin. 
Joseph H. Lawrence. 
Samuel Pennell. 
James Degrant. 
George Wells. 
John Patterson. 
Keneth McKinzy. 
Powell Channel. 
Timothy Pierce. 
John Smith. 
Charles Griffith. 
William Hodge. 
George Hersh. 
John Burk. 
Joseph Hunter. 
Benjamin Thompson. 
Hezekiah Jackson. 
Benjamin Clare. 
William McCray. 
Lawrence Wilson. 
Evan Griffith. 
Abram. Peck. 
Edward Salyards. 
John Walker. 
John Gilmore. 
Henry Gorman (?). 
Richard Ford. 
Thomas Kelly. 
Jacob Forwood. 
William Bucknell. 
Martin Bryan. 



William Hoskins. 
Hugh Love. 
Thomas Chaffin. 
Joseph Conway. 
David Williamson. 
John Nickles. 
Thompson Hunter. 
Thomas Sharp. 
Thomas Trimble. 
William Sharp. 
Samuel Sinquet. 
James Cummins. 
Peter Young. 
Jacob Howell. 
John Farrow. 
Aron Carter. 
John McDonald. 
Samuel Griffith. 
Jeremiah Murry. 
Levi Waldravin. 
John Gallino. 
Jesse Sharpless. 
David Morgan. 
Francis Rimes. 
Oswald Sill. 
David Rider. 
John Funterwise. 
John Bane. 
David Egee. 
Thomas Hutcheson. 
Isaac Eaches. 
William Yocum. 
Henry Pearson. 
John Heck. 
John Frame. 
Peter Peterson. 
Bartholomew Shimer. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



Joseph Rogers. 
Thomas Lewellyn. 
Samuel Sullivan. 
John Cross. 
George L. Davis. 
John Haycock. 
John Archer. 
Joseph Farrow. 
Jacob Stanley. 
Benjamin Torton. 
Thomas Everson. 
Thomas Cochran. 
Samuel Epright. 
Jonathan Crozier. 
Henry Carr. 
William Thompson. 
James Brothers. 
Atlee Potter. 



William Sill. - 
Isaac White. 
Samuel Cozens. 
Mathew Scott. 
John Kitts. 
Emmor Davis. 
Thomas McKeown, 
William Martin. 
Charles Rowland, 
Jacob Esex. 
George Farrow. 
John King. 
George Hannums. 
John Hizer. 
James Day. 
Benjamin Work. 
Lazarus Waidner. 
Edward May. 



I do Certify on honor that the above Pay Roll of the fifth 
Company Atatched to the 65 Regiment Pennsylvania Militia is 
Correct. 

JAMES LACKEY, Capt. 

I believe the forgoing Pay roll is Correct as Witness my 
Hand this 29th day of October Anno Domini 1814. 

J. L. PEARSON, 
Col. 65th. Regt. P. M. 

I do certify on honor that the Company Commanded by 
Capt. Lachey is in the Service of the United States under the 
Comd. of the Genl. Commanding the 4th Military District. 

SAMUEL SMITH, 
B. Genl. 
Camp Marcus Hook, Oct. 29th, 1814. 



748 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE CORPS OF VOLUNTEER RIFLE- 
MEN COMMANDED BY CAPT. JOS. McCOY IN THE REGT. 
OF RIFLEMEN UNDER THE COMMAND OF LT. COL. 
SUTHERLAND ATTACHED TO THE 2D BRIGADE, 1ST 
DIVISION P. M. IN THE SERVICE OF THE U. STATES 
FROM Sept. U, 1814 to JAN. 3D. 1815. 




Captain. 
Joseph McCoy, . 



1st Lieut. 
Tliomas Wiggins, 



2nd Lieut. 
I. Declver, .. 



3rd Lieut. 
John Yacliley, ... 



Ensign. 
Pliilip Cook, .... 



Serjeants. 
1st Nathl. Crowell, . 
2nd Thos. D. Grover, 
3rd Wm. Finch, ... 
4th Wm. Lecture, ... 
5th Wm. Cooper, ... 

Corporals. 
1st George Shaffer, 
2nd Patricli Fury, . 
3rd Alex'r Campbell 
4th Charles Wood, 
5th Joseph Ailes, .. 



Privates. 
Wm. Abraham, 

Pavid Auld 

Thomas Black, . 

James Bell 

John Boyd 

Robert Bailey, .. 



Wm. Cook 

Wm. Cope 

Charles Christison, 
Joseph Connelley, 
Alex'r Donelley, . 



Sept. 14, 1S14, 

Sept. 14, 1S14, 

Sept. 14, 1S14, 

Sept. 14, 1S14, 

Sept. 14, 1S14, 



14, 1S14, 
14, 1S14, 



Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 14, 1S14, 

Sept. 14, 1S14, 

Sept. 14, ISli, 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



1S14, 
1S14, 
1814, 
1S14, 
1S14, 



Sept. 14, 1S14, 

Sept. 14, 1S14, 

Sept. 14, 1814, 

Sept. 14, 1814, 

Sept. 14, 1814, 

Sept. 14, 1814, 

Sept. 14, 1814, 

Sept. 14, 1814, 

Sept. 14, 1S14, 

Sept. 14, IRU, 

Sept. 14, 1S14, 



6 mo' 
6 mo' 
6 mo' 
6 mo' 
C mo' 



6 mo' 
G mo's, 
6 mo 
6 mo 
6 mo 



6 mo'! 
6 mo'i 
6 mo' I 
6 mo'i 
6 mo's 
6 mo's 

G mo's 
G mo's 
6 mo's 
G mo's 
6 mo's 



deserted about Nov. 1st, 
1814. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



749 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE CORPS OF VOLUNTEER RIFLE- 
MEN COMMANDED BY CAPT. JOS. McCOY.— Continued. 



Alfred Devenport, 
James Dumphy, 
Robert EUwell, ., 

John Fury 

Dan'l Eeiman, .., 

Job Green 

Edward Gary, ... 

John Hill 

John Hopkins, .., 

Moses Hale , 

Warwick Hale, ... 

James Hood 

John Hunterson, 
Joseph Hassell, .. 
George Hurley, . , 
John Hawkins, ... 
Richard Hoffnor, 
Wm. Johnston, . 

Uavid Jones, 

Henry Johnston, 
Thomas Keho, ... 

Wm. King ^. . 

Joseph Lyons, ... 

Caleb Ijomax 

Oliver Lockwood, 
Charles Laurence, 
.Tohn McPeely, ... 
V,'m. McComb, .. 
Patrick Hughes, 
John McClemens, 
l<an'l McCarty, . 
Bernard McNelly, 

Dan'l North, 

Wm. Nailer 

Rcnry O'Doiinell, 

Jos. M. Pile, 

John Pister 

Lemuel Painter, . 
J..hn Rhoads, ... 
Ocori?e Rivell, .. 

Walter Rcss 

Thos. Richard.<;, . 
James Singlet.. n, 
Hugh Sweeny, .. 

Tunis Sta^'g 

(ii'orge Sheer, ... 






Sept. 14 


1S14 


6 mo's 






Sept. 14 


1S14 


6 mo's 






Sept. 14 


1814 


6 mo's 






Sept. 14 


1814 


6 mo's 






Sept. 14 


1S14 


6 mo's 






Sept. 14 


1S14 


6 mo's 






Sept. 14 


1814 


6 mo's 






Sept. 14 


1814 


6 mo's 






Sept. 14 


1S14 


6 mo's 






Sept. 14 


1814 


6 mo's 






Sept. 14 


1814 


R mo's 






Sept. 14 


1S14 


6 mo'K 






Sept. 14 


1814 


6 mo's 






Sept. 14 


1S14 


Gmo's 






Sept. 14 


1814 


G mo's 






Sept. 14 


1S14 


(J mo's 






Sept. 14 


1814 


6 mo's 






Sept. 14 


1814 


C mo's 






Sept. 14 


1S14 


8 mo's 






Sept. 14 


1811 


mo's 






Sept. 14 


1814 


Cmo'a 






Sept. 14 


1814 


fi mo's 






Sept. 14 


1814 


6 mo's 






Sept. 14 


1814 


G mo's 






Sept. 14 


1814 


1 Gmo's 






Sept. 14 


1814 


! e mo's 






Sept. 14 


1814 


] 6 mo's 






Sept. 14 


1814 


6 mo's 






Sept. 14 


1S14 


1 Gm.o's 






Sept. 14 


1814 


Gmo's 






Sept. 11 


1811 


6 mo's 






Sept. 14 


1814 


fi mo's 






Sept. 14 


1S!4 


fi mr^'s 






Sept. 14 


1814 


f mo's 






Sept. 14 


1814 


r, mo's 






Sept. 14 


1S14 


G mo's 






Sept. 14 


1814 


G n-r.-;: 






Sept. 14 


1814 


P. mo's 






Sept. li 


ISII 


G mo's 






Sept. 14 


1814 


G mo's 






H^pt. 11 


1814 


6 mo's 






Sept. 14 


1814 


G mo's 






Sfpt. 14 


1814 


G mo' s 






S.-pt. 14 


ISM 


G mo's 






Sent. 14 


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G mo's 






S.-l,t. 11 


1811 


G mo'.s 





deseited in Nov. 1S14. 



i'sc-itcd Nov. 1814. 



no 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE CORPS OF VOLUNTEER RIFLE- 
MEN COMMANDED BY CAPT. JOS. McCOY.— Continued. 



Jos. L. Shaffer 

Arthur Toole 

Joseph Thomas 

David Tittermerry 

Hezikiah Vezey 

John Wiler 

Pettit Wiggins 

Caleb Whitehead 

James Weldon 

Sam'l "White 

Charles Witman 

Thos. P. Allen 

Thos. Truet 

Thos. Lennard 

Thos. Grady 

George Young 

Sam'l Irwin 

John Hasser 

John Hile (Bugler), .. 
George Biddle, Waiter, 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sppt. 
Seiit. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



14, 1S14, 


6mo's. 1 


14, 1814, 


6 mo 


s. 


14, 1814, 


G mo 


s. 


14, 1814, 


6 mo 


s. 


14, 1814, 


6 mo 


s. 


14, 1S14, 


6 mo 


s. 


14, 1S14, 


6 mo 


s. 


14, 1S'14, 


6 mo 


s. 


14, 1S14, 


6 mo 


s. 


14, 1814, 


« mo 


s. 


14, 1814, 


6 mo 


s. 


14, 1814, 


6 mo 


s. 


14, 1814, 


6 mo 


s. 


14, 1814, 


6 mo 


s. 


14, 1814, 


fl mo 


s. 


14. 1S14, 


Smo 


s. 


14, 1S14, 


6 mo 


s. 


14, 1814, 


S mo 


s. 


14, 1S14, 


6 mo 


s. 


14, 1S14, 


6 mo 


s. 



We Certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits a true 
state of Captain McCoy's company of Volunteer Riflemen in 
the service of the United States for the period therein men- 
tioned & that the remarks set opposite the names of the men 
are accurate and just. 

JOSEPH McCOY, Capt. 

G. B. SUTHERLAND, Lt. Col. 



PAY ROLL OF A VOLUNTEER COMPANY OF RIFLEMEN 
CALLED THE "SOUTHER RANGERS" 'UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF LIEUTENANT JOSEPH McCOY AT- 
TACHED TO THE SECOND BRPJADB P. MILITIA IN THE 
SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES COMMANDED BY 
LIEUTENANT COLONEL JOEL B. SUTHERLAND— CAMP 
NEAR MARCUS HOOK, OCTOBER 15TH 1814. 

1 Lieut. 
Jos'h McCoy. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 751 

3rd I.ieut. 
Peter T. Decker. 

Ensign. 
Thomas Wiggins. 

1 Serjeant. 
John Youckley. 

2 Serjeant. 
Philip Cook. 

3 Serjeant. 
Wm. Finch. 

Qm. Serjeant. 
Wm. Cooper. 

Serjeant. 
Tho's D. Grovere. 

1 Corporal. 
Nath'l Crowell. 

2 Corporal. 
Charles Wood. 

3 Corporal. 
William Lastor. 

4 Corporal. 
George Shaffer. 

5 Corperal. 
Joseph Ails. 

Bugler. 
John Hill, Jr. 



752 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



On Furlough. 



!y. 



William Abrahams. 
Thomas P. Allen. 
David Auld. 
Ihomas Black. 
James Bell. 
John Boyd. 
Robert Bailey. 
Alexander Cambel. 
John M. Clemens. 

Wm. M. Comb 

\Vm. Cook. 
Ale.x'r M'Calla. 
Wm. Cope. 
Clia's Christersin. 
Dan'l McCarty. 
Jos'h Conely. 
Hen'y 0'Done« 
Alexander Do 
Alfred Devanpnrt, 
James Durn])hy, . 
Robert Elwf-ll. 
John M'Ferron. 
John M' Felly. 
John Fury. 

Patrick Fury 

Daniel German. 
Job Green. 
Edward Gervy. 
John Plill. 
J( hn Hopkins. 
Moses Ilabe. 
Warwick Habe. 
James Hood. 
Joim Hunters.m. 
Joseph Ilassel. 
Geor^;e Hurley. 
John Hawkins. 
Patrick liughes. 
John Hasser. 
Richard Hoffnar. 
William Johnson, 

David Jones 

Henry Johnson. 
Thomas Johns. 
Thomas Truat. 
David Kelter. 
Thomas Keho. 
William King. 
Joseph Lyons. 
Caleb Lomase. 
Oliver Dockwood. 
John Marker. 



On Furlough 



On FurloUKh. 
On Furlough. 



On Furlough. 



Sick in Philadelphia. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



753 




Cornelius E. Marcelus. 
Charles Lawrence. 
David North. 
Barney McNelly. 
Lemuel Painter. 
Joseph M. Pile. 
John Pistar. 
John Rhoads. 
Walter Ross. 
George Rivel. 
Thomas Richards. 
James Singleton. 
Hugh Sweeney. 

Tunis Stagg 

George Shear. 
Josep'h L. Shaffer. 
Arthur Tool. 
Joseph Thomas. 
David Tittemary. 
Hesekiah Veasey. 
John Wiler. 
Petit Wiggins. 
Caleb Whitehead. 

George Young, 

James Wheldon. 
Samuel White. 

Charles Witman, 

Samuel Irvine. 
Thomas Linnard. 
Thos. Grady. 



On Furl<jUgh. 



On Furlough. 
On Furlough. 



We certify on honor, that this Pay Roll exhibits a true 
state of the Rifle company attached to the Second Brigade 
P. Militia and that the remarks set opposite the names of the 
men are accurate & Just. 

PETER S. DECKER, 
Lieutenant Commandent. 
JOEL B. SUTHERLAND, 

Lieutenant Colonel Commandant. 



I certify that the Rifle company commanded by Lieutenant 
Joseph McCoy is in the service of the United States under 
orders of the General commanding the fourth Military Dis- 
trict. 

THOMAS SNYDER, 
Brig'r General. 
48— Vol. VIII— Gth Ser. 



754 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER^. 

A PAY ROLL OF THE NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS 
AND PRIVATES UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPT. WM. 
MORGAN OF THE FIRST COMPANY OF FIRST BRIGADE, 
THIRD DIVISION OF PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA NOW IN 
TPIE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES— ENCAMPED 
AT MARCUS HOOK— FOR THE lOTH DAY OF OCTOBER 
1814. 



Serjauts. 

1st. James Morgan, Absent without leave. 

2nd. Caleb Smith, Furlough. 

3rd. John Mather. 

4th. Lewis Brook. 

5th. Charles Crozer. 

Corporals. 

1st. Daniel Trainer. 
2nd. Wm. Urian. 
3rd. George Davis. 
4th. Isaac Smith. 

Private. 
George Delainey. 
Joseph Davis. 
Enoch Dickason. 
James Lee. 
Robert Low. 

Wm. Palmer, Absent without leave. 
Wm. Gill. 

John Smith, Furlough. 
Thomas Taylor. 
Samuel Brown. 
Isaac Burns. 
Jonathan Morgan. 
Vernon Lewis. 
Jonathan Davis. 
George Dunn. 
Jeremiah Maul. 
Wm. Mace. 
David Smith. 
Wm. McClGlin. 
Robert Volentine. 
Joseph Rudolph, Absent without leave. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. ?55 



Aaron Hibberd. 

John J ones. 

Isaac Atmore, Qr. Master Serjeant. 

John Gare. 

Henry Handley. 

Wm. Eppright. 

Samuel Whight. 

Adam Litzenburg. 

Joseph Rudolph, Jr. 

Thomas Rudolph. 

John Schrimger. 

James Leudsey, Jur. 

Jacob Grim. 

Benjamin Arment. 

John Latch. 

David Smith. 

Wm. Fraim. 

Enoch Ramsey. 

Hesekiah Kamp, Absent without leave. 

Evan Pennell. 

John Fraim, Absent, Sick, about 3 weeks. 

Isaac Jones. 

John Hoven. 

Samuel Lindsey. 

James Wright. 

John Kerns. 

Lewis Williamson, Absent without leave. 

Israel Jones. 

John Gare, Jur. 

John Crozer. 

Phillip Fines. 

John Trites. 

Samuel Humphrey, Absent without leave. 

Wm. Trites, Absent without leave. 

Wm. Wright. 

Wm. Orr. 

John Ewing. 

John Forsyth. 

James Price. 

Michel Flahady. 

Isaac Cox. 

Hugh McDade. 

John Morton. 

Wm. Armstrong. 



756 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

John Little. 

John McDonnal, Absent without leave. 

John Stewart, Absent without leave. 

Geo. V/ells. 

James Holdt. 

Geo. Yoecome. 

John Hoff. 

George Ely, Went home Sick 2 weeks ago with leave. 

Allexander Garey. 

Eiias Warrell. 

John Cozens. 

Jacob Byers. 

Jonathan Vernon. 

Edward Waters, Absent without leave. 

Wra. Stewart, Absent without leave. 

Joshua Hardey, Sick at home, 2 weeks with leave. 

Septamus Flounders. 

John Free. 

Wm. Hail. 

Joseph Green. 

John Green. 

John Heppelhnger. 

Robert liithgaw. 

Isaac Sharpless. 

John Cparrah. 

Jamos McDougal. Absent without leave. 

John H. Warrell. 

Camp Marcus Hook, Oct. 18th, 1814. 

I do hereby Certify on Honor that this Muster Roll, Ex- 
hibits a true Statement of the first Company in the 65th Regi- 
ment Penoa. Militia now in the Service of the United States 
and that the Remarks set opposite the names are accurate 
and just to the best of my knowledge & belief. 

WM. MORGAN, Capt. 

I believe the within to be a Correct Muster pay roll. 

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

I Cei'tify that the first Company in C5th Regt. Penna. Militia 
CoramandrKl by Captain VxHlliam Morgan is in the service 
of the United States un(!-;r the order of the General Command- 
ing the fourth Military district. 

SAML. SMITH, B. G. 

Gclober th, 1814. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



757 



A COMPLETE MISTER ROLL FOR THE FOURTH (CAPT. 
NUNGESSER'Sj COMPANY OF THE SECOND REGIMENT 
VOLUNTEER LIGHT INFANTRY UNDER THE COM- 
MAND OF COL. LOUIS BACHE UNDER THE ORDER OF 
THE COMMANDER IN CHIEF OF THE COMMONWEALTH 
OF PENN'A OF 27TH AUGUST, 1814 & ATTACHED TO 
THE FIRST BRIGADE SECOND DIVISION P. A. M. 



Captain, 
Peter Nimgessei 



Ipt. Lieut. 
Cliarlers Lombeart. 

2a. Lieut. 
Heury Segreaves. 

Ensign. 
William Barnett Junr. 

Syrjeants. 

1st. Andrew Peirsol. 

2d. John Mush. 

3d. Conrade Hickman. 

4th. John Nagle. 

Corporals. 

1st Lewis Geno, sick absent on furlough. 

2d. Benjamin H. Arndt. 

3rd. Jacob Osterstock. 

4th. George Reichart. 

Drum Major. 
Charles Home. 

Fife Major. 
George Stroup. 



Thomas Arnold. 
William Schooley. 
Peter Bishop. 
Stephen Barnes. 



ivates. 
Samuel Bachman. 
Jacob Bachman. 
Isaac Gary. 
Valentine Diley. 



758 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



John Dehart. 
Philip Reichart. 
John Reichart. 
Jacob Yohe. 
Thomas Hawk. 
John Skelley. 
Robert Wallace. 
John Otto. 
Joseph Morgan. 
William Garron. 
John Simons. 
Michael Troxell. 
Christian Hutter. 
Samuel White. 
William Levers. 
John Jarman. 

1 Certify the above to be 



Camp Marcus Hook, Nov. 



Jacob Stacker. 
Simon Frants. 
Peter Everhart. 
John Ludwick. 
Samuel Levan. 
John Newhart. 
Lawrence Easterwood. 
John Young. 
Joseph Bellows. 
William Snyder. 
John Ferren. 
Edward Genuings. 
Philip Drumheller. 
Scott Ervine, appointed Sergt. 
Major. 

just and true on my Honoure. 
C. LOMBEART, Lt. 
LOUIS BACHE, 
Lt. Col. 2d Regt. Penna. Vol. 
29, 1814. 



PAY ROLL OF CAPTAIN PAINTER'S COMPANY 2ND 
BRIGADE, 1ST DIVISION, PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA IN 
THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES, PENNSYL- 
VANIA OF COL. JOHN THOMPSON. 



1. Alexander, Wolf. 

2. Annadown, Henry. 

3. Bosick, Henry. 

4. Bartle, George. 

5. Barris, Thomas. 

6. Blecker, Jacob. 

7. Bailey, John, Deserted. 

8. Beverlin, James. 

9. Buck, G. Frederick. 

10. Buchanan Alexander, 

11. Baites, Isaiah. 

12. Burch, David. 

13. Baker, Frederick. 

14. Barnholdt, John. 



15. Britton, Edward. 

16. Bentley, John. 

17. Clymer, George. 

18. Cooper, James. 

19. Cryper, Samuel. 

20. Cox, K. Meman. 

21. Cake, Matthias. 

22. Duncan, Nathaniel. 

23. Deboufre, James. 

24. Emery, Henry. 

25. English, Michael. 

26. Eyres, Joseph. 

27. Fox, Samuel, Deserted. 

28. Fox, Anthony. 



WAR OF 1812-1811. 



759 



29. 


Franks, Henry. 


63. 


Pool, John. 


30. 


Gavin, George, Deserted. 


64. 


Parker, Nathaniel. 


31. 


Goldsmith, Jeremiah. 


65. 


Qumlan, William. 


32. 


Gable, John. 


66. 


Rudy, .Jacob. 


33. 


Hubbert, Benjamin. 


67. 


Riter, John. 


34. 


Harman, John. 


68. 


Rookstull, Jacob. 


35. 


Hillman, Oliver. 


69. 


Seybert, William. 


36. 


Howard, Richard. 


70. 


Stout, Jacob. 


37. 


Hughes, William. 


71. 


Steinaur, Adam. 


38. 


Hoover, David. 


72. 


Stele, Thomas. 


39. 


Hamilton, John. 


73. 


Smeck, Jacob. 


40. 


Haines, Robert. 


74. 


Smith, Henry. 


41. 


Hearty, Charles. 


75. 


Stevenson, Dennis. 


42. 


Hemphill, Adam. 


76. 


Smith, Philip. 


43. 


Hargrove, William. 


77. 


Stone, John. 


44. 


Higgins, Frederick. 


78. 


Smith, Christian. 


45. 


Hollingsworth, John. 


79. 


Thomas, Jacob. 


46. 


Hollowell, John. 


80. 


Trexler, Jonathan. 


47. 


Jaggers, Jonathan. 


81. 


Thompson, Robert. 


48. 


Jackson, Benjamin. 


82. 


Thompson, Constant. 


49. 


Johnson, Daniel. 


83. 


Thomas, William. 


50. 


Kessler, Martin. 


84. 


Thomas, Israel. 


51. 


Lowe, Thomas. 


85. 


Thompson, William. 


52. 


Koch, 


86. 


Ulrich, Frederick. 


53. 


Ludlow, Isaac. 


87. 


Ulrich, Henry. 


54, 


Locke, Nathaniel. 


88. 


Kerum, Thomas, Deserted. 


55. 


Miller, Jacob. 


89. 


Vantine, Joseph. 


56. 


Moxley, John. 


90. 


Warton, Isaiah. 


57. 


Montgomery, Robert. 


91. 


Worman, Samuel. 


58. 


Miller, William. 


92. 


Weever, John. 


59. 


Murphy, Arthur. 


93. 


Watson, Christian. 


60. 


Morgan, Nicholas. 


94. 


Yunker, Jacob. 


61. 


Nice, Frederick. 


95. 


Young, John. 


62. 


Nace, Jacob. 







We certify on honor that the within Roll exhibits a true 
state of the Militia Company comanded by Captain Wm. 
Painter & that the remarks are accurate & Just and that the 
names therein contained are non-commission offlcers and 
Privates. 

Camp Marcus Hook, 
October 17, 1814. 

WM. PAINTER, Capt. 
JOHN THOMPSON, Col. 



760 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

I certify that the Militia Company Commanded by Captain 
Wm. Painter is in the service of the United States under orders 
of the General commanding 4th Military district. 
Camp Marcus Hook, 
October 17, 1814. 

THOMAS SNYDER, 
Brigadier General Comanding. 



Camp Marcus Hook, October 20th, 1814. 

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

Alexander Wolf. Mathias Cake. 

Henry Annadon. Nathaniel Duncan. 

Heinrich Boseke. James De Baufre, Sergt. 

George Bartle. Henry Emery. 

Thomas Barus. Micael English. 

Jacob Blecker. Joseph Eyres. 

John Bailey, Deserted. Samuel Fox. 

James Beverlin. Anthoney Fox. 

Fred'k G. Buck. Henry Franks. 

Alex. Buchanan. George Gaun. 

Isaiah Bates. Jeremiah Goldsmith. 

David Burch. John Gable. 

Fred'k Baker. Benjamin Hubber, Corpl. 

John Barnholdt. John Harman. 

Edward Britton. Oliver Hilman. 

John Bently. Richard Howard. 

George Clymer. William Hughes. 

James Cooper. David Uber. 

Samuel Cryser. John Hammilton. 

Menen K. Cox. Robert Haynes. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



761 



Charles Harty. 
Adam Hemple. 
William Hargrove. 
Fredrech Higgins. 
John Hollingsworth. 
John Hollowell. 
Jonathan Jaggers. 
Benjamin Jackson. 
Daniel Johnson. 
Martin Kesler. 
Thomas Lowe. 
Joachim Koch. 
Isaac Ludlow. 
Nathaniel Locke. 
Jacob Miller, Sergt. 
John Moxley. 
Robert Montgomery. 
William Miller. 
Arthur Murphy. 
Nicholas Morgan. 
Frederick Nice. 
Jacob Nace. ' 
John Pool. 
Nathaniel Parker. 
William Quinlin, Sergt. 
Jacob Rudy. 
John Reiter. 
Jacob Ruckstool. 



William Sybert, Corpl. 
Jacob Stout. 
Adam Steinauer. 
Thomas Stele. 
Jacob Sneck. 
Henry Smith. 
Dennis Stevenson. 
Phillip Smith. 
John Sione. 
Christian Smith. 
Jacob Thomas. 
Jonathan Trexler. 
Robert Thompson. 
Constant Thompson. 
William Thomas. 
Fredrick Ulrich. 
Henry Ulrich. 
Thomas Kerum (?). 
Joseph Vantine, Sergt. 
Isaiah Wharton. 
Samuel Worman, Corpl. 
John Weaver. 
Christian Watson. 
Jacob Younker. 
John Young. 
Isriel Thomas. 
William Thompson. 



762 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE BENEVOLENT BLUES UNDER 
THE COMAND OP MAJOR SAMUEL SPARKS IN THE 
SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES COMMANDIT BY 
CAPT. HENRY READ FROM THE NORTHERN LIBER- 
TIES. 




Isaac Will, 

.Jacob Long. 
William Clark. 
Henry Benner. 
Charls Moore. 
Jolin Brindle. 
Daniel Beck. 
Richart Cahill. 
Andrew Reap. 
Jacob Baker. 
Joseph Refile. 
Phillip Reap. 
Richart Witterstine. 
Gieorge Will. 
James McCauly. 
George Thomes. 
William Shoeman. 
Jacob Ketz. 
George Krouscope. 
John White. 
Jacob Emry. 
John Tappa. 
John Hamerick. 
Abraham Dehart. 
Henry Butz. 
Phillip Bryfull. 
Abraham Wickerly. 
William Wislor. 
Henry Kyser. 
George Young. 
James Capehart. 
William Kyser. 
John Shade. 
Stephen Hymer. 
Peter Henry. 
Joseph Clothear. 
Jacob Sinn. 
George Lister. 
Godlip Gockler. 
William Einwachte. 
Charls Bates. 
Henry Shettle. 
Fredrick W'olbert. 
John Saffron. 



G Months, ... Governor Snyder. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



763 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE BENEVOLENT BLUES UNDER 

THE COMMAND OF MAJOR SAMUEL SPARKS.— 

Continued. 







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Names. 




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1^ 














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H 


^ 



Samual Crosby. 
Charls Archey. 
Joseph Lechlor. 
D. Ryers Eyers. 
Charls Bender. 
Henry Bender. 
Godfry Pillingar. 
Jacob Wickerly. 
John Hink. 
Adam StuU. 
William Berkinbine. 
Phillip Cline. 
John Shoman. 
Robert D. Schank. 
John MeGrady. 
John Curk. 
John Stull. 
Joseph Gosline. 
Joseph Montgomry. 
John Shaffer. 
Jacob Sedingsher. 
George Kensell. 
John A. Miller. 
John Hummel. 
Samuel K. Earl. 
Jacob Walters^ 
William Colldavy. 
Peter Bozard. 
Lusty Wallins. 

Conrad Miller 

Thomas Worthington. 

Jacob Rink. 

Henry Selzer. 

Alaxander Lentz. 

John Carson. 

John Bait. 

Jacob Senderting. 

Thomas Wyble. 

Charls Streeker. 

Isaac Vanderslice. 

John Trexler. 

Captain Henry Read. 

first Lieut. Abraham Emr 

Second Lieut. Wm. Hess. 

Ensign Felix M. Ruby. 



Governor Snyder. 



764 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

I do Certify on honor that the within Roll exhibits a true 
state of the Volunteer Infantry called the "Benevolent Blues" 
under my Command and the remarks set opposite the names 
are acurate and Just and the names therein Contained are non- 
commissioned officers & Privates. 
Camp Marcus Hook, 
Oct. 18th, 1814. 

HENRY READ, Capt. 
I certify the within to be Correct. 

SAML. SPARKS, 
Major Battalion. 
I certify that the Benevolent Blues Comanded by Captain H. 
Reed is in the Service of the United States under orders of 
the General Commanding 4th Military district. 
Camp Marcus Hook, 
Oct. 18th, 1814. 

THOMAS SNYDER, 
Biradier General Comanding. 



Camp Marcus Hook, October 21, 1814. 
We, the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Volunteer Company Benevolent Blues attached to- th« 
Battalion, 2nd Brigade, 1st Division, Commanded by Major 
Saml. Sparks as the quota Militia of the State of Pennsyl- 
vania, in the service of the United States, under the requisition 
of the President of the ith of July 1814, and subsequent thereto, 
do each of us hereby acknowledge to have received severally 
from Daniel Bussier, paymaster of the Militia, the sum of six 
dollars, in advance, as part of our additional pay allowed by 
act of Assembly, the said sum of six dollars being paid to each 
of us by order of his excellency the Governor, under act of 
Assembly of February 22, 1814. The said Company being Com- 
manded by Capt. H. Reed. 



Sergeants. 
Isaac Will. Wm. Clark. 

Jacob Long. Henry Benner. 

Corporals 
Charles Moore. Jacob Baker. 

John Brindle. Joseph Refile. 

Richard Cohill. 



WAR OF 1812-1S14. 



765 



Qiiarleriiiastcr. 
James McCauley. 

Drummer. 
Isaac Vanderslice. 

Fifer. 
John Trexler. 



Privates. 



Daniel B. Beck. 
Andrew Reap. 
Philip Reap. 
Richard Witherstiue. 
George Will. 
George Thomas. 
William Shumo. 
Jacob Kats. 
George Krouscope. 
John Wight. 
Jacob Emry. 
John Tappa. 
John Hamorick. 
Abraham Dehart. 
Henry Butz. 
Philip Beryful. 
Abraham Weckerly. 
William Wislor. 
Henry Kiser. 
George Young. 
James Capehart. 
William Kiser. 
John Shade. 
Stephen Hymer. 
Peter Henry. 
Joseph Clothier. 
Jacob Sinn. 
George Lister. 
Godlip Gockler. 
William Einwachter. 
Charles Bates. 
Henry Shettle. 



Fredk. Wolbert. 
John Saffron. 
Saml. Crosby. 
Charles Hai-chey. 
Joseph Lechlen. 
D. Ryers Eyers. 
Charles Bender. 
Henry Bender. 
Godfrey Fillinger. 
Jacob Wickerly. 
John Rink. 
Adam Stull. 
Wm. Berkenbine. 
Philip Klino. 
John Shuman. 
Robert D. Schank. 
John McGrady. 
John Burk. 
John Stull. 
Joseph Gosling. 
Joseph Montgomery. 
John Shaffer. 
Jacob Sedenger. 
George Kensell. 
John A. Miller. 
John Hummel. 
Samuel R. Earl. 
Jacob Walters. 
William Colladay, 
Peter Bozeard. 
Lusty Waling. 
Conrod Miller. 



766 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Thos. Worthington. 
Jacob Rink. 
Henry Selzer. 
Alexander Lentz. 
John Carson. 
John Bait. 



Jacob Senterllng. 
Thomas Wible. 
Charles Streeker. 
Isaac Vanderslice. 
John Trexler. 



COMPLEAT MUSTER ROLL FOR THE FIFTH (CAPTN. 
RUHES) COMPANY OF THE SECOND REGIMENT 
VOLUNTEER LIGHT INFANTRY UNDER THE COMMAND 
OF COL. LOUIS BACHE, UNDER THE ORDER OF THE 
COMMANDER IN CHIEF OF THE COMMONWEALTH OP 
PENNSYLVANIA OF 27TH OF AUGUST, 1814, AND AT- 
TACHED TO THE FIRST BRIGADE SECOND DIVISION 
P. M. 



Solomon Fatzinger. 
William Dobbins. 



John Mohr. 
Andrew Gangwere. 



Benjamin Raser. 
John Slatter. 
Christian Seip. 
Peter Kuchline. 
Leonard Nagle. 
William Weaver. 



Captain. 
John F. Ruhe. 

Lieut. 
Jacob Blumer. 

Ensign. 

George Kauffman. 
Isaac Gangwere. 

Corporals. 

Daniel Swander. 
John Miller. 

Drummer. 
George Keiper. 

Fifer. 
John Klotz. 

Privates. 

John Weal. 
David Houk. 
Henry Slatter. 
Henry Ebner. 
Adam Gutekunst, 
David Huber, 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 767 

William Keiper. Andrew Klotz. 

Charles Ruhe. Jacob Mohr. 

George Martz. William Kuchline. 

Mathias Swenk. Jacob Houk. 

George Haveracker. George Spinner. 

Peter Keiper. Charles L. Hutter. 

Jacob Seip. Jacob Gossler. 

John Good. John Wilson. 

Jacob Mickly. Charles Weaver. 

Peter Beery, Henry Gross. 

Samuel Horn. John Wagner. 

Daniel Keiper. William Ginkinger. 

Abraham Derr. John Reep. 

Barthold Balliot. Henry Reichard. 

Camp Marcus hook, November 29th, 1814. 

I do hereby certify upon honour that the above is a just and 
true muster roll of Captn. Ruhes Company. 

JACOB BLUMER, 1st Lieut. 
LOUIS BACHE, 

Col. 2d. Rgt. P. V. I. 



Camp Marcus Hook, October 20th, 1814. 

We the Subscribers, non-commissioned officers and privates 
of the Volunteer Company of Northern Liberty Guards, Com- 
manded by Major Samuel Sparks, a Militia of the State of 

Pennsylvania, in the service of the the 4th of 

July 1814, and subsequent thereto, do each of us hereby 
acknowledge to have received severally from Daniel Bussier, 

sum of six dollars, in advance, as part of our 

additional pay allowed by act of Assembly, the said sum of six 

dollars being paid ■ excellency the Governor, 

under act of Assembly of February 22, 1814. Commanded by 
Captain William Runkle. 



Sergeants. 

1. Thomas Coats. 4. John H. Friend. 

2. Benjamin Zebly. 5. Benjamin Kline. 

3. John C. Stinemetz, 



768 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Corporals. 



6. William Helling. 

7. Charles Goodman. 

8. Jacob Souder. 



9. Puter Mintzer. 
10. Peter Weyant. 







Privates. 




11. 


John Angel. 


49. 


Michael McGill. 


12. 


Valentine Apple. 


50. 


George Good. 


13. 


Henry Apple. 


51. 


George A. Getz. 


14. 


David Abraham. 


52. 


John Fisher. 


15. 


Nicholas Ash. 


53. 


Jacob Gravenstine. 


16. 


Jacob Balm. 


54. 


William Hyneman. 


17. 


Benjamin Boyer. 


55. 


Barney Hetzell. 


18. 


Jacob Browne. 


56. 


Peter Hymans. 


19. 


John Besson. 


57. 


James Hughy. 


20. 


John Brunner. 


58. 


John Jones. 


21. 


James Brooks. 


59. 


Daniel Jeffriey. 


22. 


Benjamin Brooks. 


60. 


John H. Katey. 


23. 


Zachariah Bowman. 


Gl. 


John Kingsmore. 


24. 


Thomas Brandt. 


62. 


William McKea,ge. 


25. 


William Black. 


63. 


John Lentz. 


26. 


Jacoh Cownover. 


64. 


Robert Levoring. 


27. 


William Cole. 


65. 


Thomas Loller. 


28. 


Samuel McClerg. 


66. 


Frederick Londback. ' 


29. 


John Cummings. 


67. 


Christian Londback. 


30. 


Oliver Cromwell. 


68. 


William Letford. 


31. 


George Carlin. 


69. 


Thomas Meredith. 


32. 


Mahlon Carlin. 


70. 


George Miller. 


33. 


Samuel Cunningham, 


71. 


Anthony Mayer. 


34. 


Stephen Day. 


72. 


Alexander Montgomery 


35. 


Christian Deal. 


73. 


William Mager. 


36. 


John Deal. 


74. 


William Meyweg. 


37. 


Jacoh Darr. 


75. 


Andrew Magee. 


38. 


Daniel Eisens. 


76. 


John Melson. 


39. 


John Engard. 


77. 


William Pritchard. 


40. 


John Englehart. 


78. 


John Painter. 


41. 


Peter Fagundey. 


79. 


Amos Palmoi*. 


42. 


James Funk. 


80. 


Peter Roug. 


43. 


Daniel Finemore. 


81. 


Thomas Rose. 


44. 


Enoch Fraley. 


82. 


George Boyer. 


45. 


Joseph Fraley. 


83. 


Charles Roseberry, 


46, 


Henry Foulk. 


84. 


Jacob Smith, 


47. 


Frederick Fisher. 


85. 


John Sparks. 


48. 


Joseph Green. 


86. 


Peter Snyder, 



WAR OP 1812-1814. 



769 



87. John Seybert. 

88. George Streeper. 

89. Josiah Shinn. 

90. John Thompson. 

91. John Tea. 

92. John Upman. 

93. Daniel Viehmayer. 

94. Samuel Woolley. 

95. Daniel Walton. 



96. Charley Waltery. 

97. George F. Weaver. 

98. Michael Weaver. 

99. John Wirsham. 

100. Jacob Wolf. 

101. Samuel Wheeler. 

102. John Enricht. 
103. John Yeager. 

104. Henry Meyers. 



MUSTER AND INSPECTION ROLL OF THE COMPANY OF 
THE NORTHERN LIBERTY GUARDS COMMANDED BY 
CAPTAIN WILLIAM RUNKLE, JR., AND DETACHED 
AND ORGANIZED BY JACOB G. TRYON, BRIGADE IN- 
SPECTOR OF THE 2D BRIGADE, 1ST DIVISION, PENN- 
SYLVANIA MILITIA ON THE SIXTEENTH OF SEPTEM- 
BER 1814. COMMANDED BY MAJOR SAMUEL SPARKS. 



Names. 




Hank. 


Place of Residence. 


William Runkle, Junr., .. 
Abraham vrilt, Junr 


Captain, 

1st Lieut 

2d Lieut 

Ensign, 

1st Sergeant, 
2nd Sergeant, 
Srd Sergeant, 
!th Sergeant, 
r.th Sergeant, 
1st Corporal, 
2d Corporal,.. 
Srd Coropral, 
4th Corporal, 
5th Corporal, 


Germantown. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 




Northern Liberties. 


Thomas Coats, Junr., — 


Northern Liberties. 


John S. Stinemetz 


Northern Liberties. 






William Hellings 

Charles Goodman 


Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 




Northern Liberties. 




Northern Liberties. 


Privates. 


Northern Liberties. 






Northern Liberties. 












Northern Liberties. 




















Brown Jacob 




Northern Liberties. 












Northern Liberties 


Brooks, .Tames 




Northern Liberties. 


Brooks, Benjamin 




Northern Liberties. 



49— Vol. VIII— 6th Ser. 



770 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

MUSTER AND INSPECTION ROLL OF THE COMPANY OF 
''""'the NORTHERN LIBERTY_GUARDS^-Co^^ 



Names. 



Bowman, 



Hank. 



Place of Residence. 



Zachariah. ■ 

Brandt, Thomas 

Beck, William 

Cownover, Jacob, 

Cole, William. 

Clurg, Samuel Mc, .•■ 

Cymmings, John 

Cromwell, Oliver 

Carlin, George, 

Carlin, Mahlon, 

Cunningham, Samuel, 

Day, Stephen 

Deal, Christian 

Deal, John 

Darr, Jacob, 

Eisens, Daniel 

Engard, John, 

Englehart, John 

Fagundas, Peter, ••• 

Funk, James, 

Fenemore, Daniel, 1 Drummer, 

Fraley, Enoch 

Fraley, Joseph 

Foulk, Henry 

Fisher, Frederick, ... 

Fisher, John 

Green, Joseph, 

Gill. Michael Mc, .. 

Gtoods, George, 

Getz, George A., ..•• 
Gravenstine, Jacob, 
Hyneman, William. 

Hetzell, Barney 

Hymer, Peter 

Hughes, James 

Jones, John, 

Jeffries, Daniel, ... 
Kates, John H., ... 
Ivingmore, John, .. 
Keage, William Mc. 

Lentz, John, 

Levering, Robert, . 



Dissmisd, 



Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
I Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
I Northern Liberties. 
j Northern Liberties. 
, 1 Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. ' 

Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties (discharged). 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 



Loller, Thomas, Northern Liberties. 

Lonaback, Fredencl:, . . . . j j ^^^^^^^^ Liberties. 

Northern Liberties. 

Lonaback, Christian Northern Liberties. 

Letford, William, Northern Liberties. 

Meredith, Thomas, Northern Liberties. 

Miller, George, | | Nortl- ern Libsrties. 

Mayers, Anthony, 



W.^R OF 1812-1814. 



771 



MUSTER AND INSPECTION ROLL. OP THE COMPANY OF 
THE NORTHERN LIBERTY GUARDS.— Continued. 



Names. 


Ranli. 


Place of Residence. 


Montgomery, Alexander, . 




Northern Liberties. 






Magee Andrew, 






Meyweg William 




Northern Liberties. 


Nelson, John 




Pritchard, "William 




Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties (Discharged. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties 


Painter John 


Dismisd 


















Roseberry, Charts 

Smith, Jacob 




Si>arks, John, 




Snyder, Peter 




Seybert, John 








Shinn, Josiah, 




Thomson, John, 












Viehmayer, Daniel, 




















Northern Liberties. 
Northern Liberties 


Weaver, George F 


































Yeager John 










Northern Liberties. 







I do Certit'j' on Honour that the above Muster and Inspec- 
tion Roll exhibits a true state of the Volunteer Corps of 
Infantry called the Northern Liberty Guards now under my 
command, the remarks opposite the names of the men are 
accurate and Just. 
Camp Marcus Hook, 
Oct'r 14th, 1814. 

W. RUNKLB, Capt. 
SAM SPARKS, Major Battalion. 



772 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



I certify that the "Northern Liberty Guards comanded by 
Captaiu William Ruiikel is in the service of the United States 
under orders of General Commanding 4th Military district. 
Camp Marcus Hook, 
October 5 & 8th, 1814. 

THOMAS SNYDER, 
Grigadier General, 
Commanding. 



PAY ROLL FOR CAPT. JOHN SCHWEPPENHEISER COM- 
PANY 2 BRIGADE 1ST DIVISION PENN'A MILITIA IN 
THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF COL'L JOHN THOMPSON. 



Captain. 
John Schweppenheiser. 



George Urwiler. 



Lieutenants. 

2. Francis Cooper. 



Ensign. 
Nicholas Painter. 



1. John Weiser. 

2. John Shaffer, Ji 

3. Henry Smith. 



Sergeants. 

4. Wm. Derrick. 

5. Mathias Slemmer. 



1. George Miller. 

2. Beuj'n Dubois. 



Corporals 

3. Nathan Stretch. 

4. George Shane. 



Hugh White. 
Samuel Brummel. 
John Crosdill. 
Benjamin Brown. 
Andrew McMahon. 
George Lee. 
Henry Schockaw. 
Adam- Shaffer. 
John Wipart. 



Privates. 

Nicholas Boyer. 
Adam Walters. 
Henry Newman. 
John Lindsay. 
Adam Painter. 
Fred'k Senterling. 
Joseph Glading. 
Alexander Weaver. 
Andrew Snell. 



WAR OP 1812-1814. 



773 



William Baker. 
Stephen T. Wood. 
Philip Schweppenheiser. 
John Shaffer. 
Andrew Kennedy. 
John Coleman. 
Jacob Irving. 
Michael Krull. 
John Brum. 
John Hickey. 
Jacob Frick. 
William Etinger. 
James Main. 
Lemuel Taylor. 
Henry Wilt. 
John P. Conner. 
Nicholas Genther. 
John Miller. 
Jacob Hummell. 
William Hines. 
Alexander Harris. 
Benj'n Garrison. 
George Rusk. 
Benjamin Comly. 
John Dannely. 
William Bunting. 
John Williams. 
John Sanson. 
George Goldsmith. 
Isaac Richmond. 
Conrad Hinkle. 

This is to Certify on honor 
ment of the Comply under My 
JOHN 
Camp Marcus Hook, 

Oct. Inth, 1814. 
JOHN THOMPSON, Coll. 

I certify that the Militia Company Comanded by Captain 
John Schv/eppenheiser is in the Service of the United States 
under orders of the General Comanding 4 Military district. 
Camp Marcus Hook, 
October 17th, 1814. 

THOMAS SNYDER, 
Birgadier General, 
Comanding. 



Christian Leasly. 
George Hoe. 
James Brown. 
John Commerlo. 
Christian Mingle. 
Christian Bauchman. 
Charles Pembers. 
Jacob Hanse. 
George Harrisson. 
Daniel Roberts. 
John Ross. 
Solomon Brunner. 
John Knapp. 
John Thorn. 
Samuel Hubbard. 
Jesse Wible, 
Abraham Smith. 
Volentine Genther. 
William Jones. 
Jacob Emery. 
Andrew Young. 
Thomas Young. 
Henry Graff. 
George Meirs. 
Simon Millich. 
Henry W. Hull. 
Natha'l McGronagal. 
John M. Waber. 
Jacob Shaffer. 
Benjamin Robinson. 
Jacob Zigler. 

that the above is a true State- 
Comand. 
SCHWEPPENHEISER, Capt. 



774 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



PAY ROLL FOR THE DELAWARE COUNTY FENCIBLES 
COMMANDED BY CAPTAIN JAMES SERRILL AT- 
TACHED TO THE 32ND REGIMENT OF PA. MILITIA. 




Serjeants. 
1st John B. Pearson, . 
2nd Richard R. Jones. 
Srd David Rose, Junr. 
4th Joseph Oakford. 

Corporals. 
1st Henry "Wood. 
2d Joseph Shallcross. 
3rd Andrew XJrian. 
4th John C. Farrell. 

Musician. 
James Warner. 
Robert Holmes. 

Privates. 
Thomas J. Martin. 
John Wetherall. 
Casper Trites. 
John Rively. 
Andrew Rively. 

John Dobbins 

William Fines. 
Lewis B. Stannart. 
Charles Bonsall. 
Charles Attmore. 
Aaron Helmes. 
Andrew Noblet. 
John Stroop. 
Enoch Bonsall. 
Edward Ormsby. 
Matthew W. Nulty. 
Jesse Z. Paschall. 
Daniel Smith. 
Geo. Williamson. 
Reuben Bonsall. 
Clement Hause. 
Charles Gibson. 
Miles McSweeny. 

Cad. M. Helms, 

Andrew Eubery. 
Marshall Siddons. 
Wm. McCormick. 
John Brown. 
Evan Bonsall. 



Sept. 21, 1814, 



sick on furlough. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



775 



PAY ROLL FOR THE DELAWARE COUNTY FENCIBLES.- 
Continued. 




John Lufkln. 






Jacob Duey. 






Jon' a. S. Bonsall. 






William Kins€y. 






William Helms. 






John McLane. 






Thos. Ash. 






William Cox. 






John Shaw. 






Geo. W. Johnson. 






Wm. Jones. 






Thos. Pelsh. 






Jon'a Quicksall. 






Tho's Fleming. 






Wm. Humphries. 






John Frazier. 






John Myers. 






John McClester. 






Wm. Glover. 






Joshua Bonsall 




on furlough. 


Saml. Bonsall, Jr. 






Thos. Bonsall. 






Sam'l Bonsall. 






Sam'l Palmer. 






Thos. Merion. 






Joseph Hooper. 






Robert Clark. 






John McGilton 




sick on furlougk. 


Sam'l Buntinf? 




on furlough. 


Philip Painter. 






Geo. Meyers. 






Davis Smith. 






Clement Smith. 






Peter Long. 






Cornelius Mackey. 






David Smart. 






Nathan Hayes. 






David Bonsall. 






Isaac Brooks 


Oct. 6th, 1814. 




Dan'l McGinley. 




John Statton. 






John Hahn 




at home equip' y. 


TKos. Williams. 






Geo. Ross 


Oct. 7th. 




Moses Wells, Junr. 


at home equip'y. 


Thos. McCuIlough, 




at home equip'y. 


William Smith. 






Moses Adams 




Sergeant Major. 









776 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Camp Marcus Hook, Oct. 14th, 1814 

I do certify upon honor this muster roll exhibits a true state- 
ment of the Delaware County Fencibles or Volunteer Company 
of Militia of the State of Pennsylvania, now in the service 
of the United States, the remarks set opposite the names of 
the men are accurate and just. 

JAMES SERRILL, Capt. 

I believe the annexed to be a correct muster and pay roll. 

WM. C. ROGERS, 
B. Major. 

I Certify that the Delaware County Fencibles commanded by 
James Serrill is in the service of the United States under 
orders cf the General Commanding the 4th Military district. 

SAML. SMITH, B. Genl. 
Camp Marcus Hook, 

Oct'r 17, 1814. 



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782 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. JOHN SHAFFER'S COMPANY 
(LATE 118) PENNA. MILITIA WHO MARCHED UNDER 
GENERAL ORDER OF THE 16 OF SEPT., 1814, INTO THE 
SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES THE 23 SEPT., 1814. 



Daniel Leibengod. 
George Best. 
Adam Lineberger. 
Laurence Kister. 
Henry Kness. 
Jacob Derr. 
William Osterday. 
John Kister, Jr. 
William Brawn. 
Frederick Kemerer. 
Michael Musselman. 
Jacob Best. 
William Kister. 
John Shaffer. 
Conrad Kister. 
Jacob Shott. 
George Mosser. 
Abraham Dirhamer. 
Jacob Melhime. 
John Diehl. 
Henry Diehl. 
Henry Mosser. 
John Kiiheuer. 
Henry Mersh. 
Peter Rhoad. 
Jacob Hauser. 
Peter Mosser. 
Henry Dilyer. 



Capt. 
John Shaffer. 

Lieut. 
Henry Bawman. 

Ensign. 
Adam Drishbach. 

Privates. 

Michael Fry. 
George Deamer. 
Conrad Sleagel. 
Stenemetz John. 
Jacob Walker. 
Peter Stickel. 
John Edelman. 
Peter Shaffer. 
John Fulton. 
Jahn Danner. 
Conrad Bachman. 
Christian Sheonaberger. 
Abraham Person. 
John Dieter. 
Henry Dieter. 
John Charles. 
Frederick Everds. 
John Shaffer. 
Peter Case. 
Jacob Fogel. 
George Brader. 
Jacob Huber. 
Jacob Klepinger. 
Philip Renner. 
John Bressler. 
Simon Laubach. 
Abrahma Balliet. 
Adam Heneshier. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



783 



Peter Anthoney. 

Hugh Horner. 

Hugh Horner, Quartermaster 

St. 
George Engler. 
John Ferrell. 
Lewis Patterson. 
Frederick Senseman. 
Henry Patterson. 
Henry Bartholomew. 
Henry Schneider, Senr. 
Henry Rope. 
John Linn. 
Peter Olelinger. 
Edward Jenning. 
Arthure Mulhallen. 
Joseph Levirs, Sarg't Major. 
Peter Stickle. Jur. 
Michael Bishel. 
Isaac Segfried. 
John Wisner. 
Jacob Bush. 
John Gross. 
Joseph Hickman. 
Andrew Swartz. 
George Anthoney. 
Abraham Biel. 



Michael Lerch. 
John Sigfried. 
Jacob Deshler. 
Abraham Hortman. 
John Haan. 
Isaac Witters. 
John Hubler. 
Jacob Gruber. 
Daniel McComes. 
Jacob Swall. 
Luceis Klinedale. 
Joseph Smith. 
Nicholas Box. 
Joseph Buck. 
Peter Bloss. 
Nicholas Bloss. 
Conrad Soldt. 
Ab'm Smith. 
Mortin Meyer. 
John Wentz. 
Fred'k Shoemaker. 
Andrew Zigenfuss. 
Daniel Miefly. 
Conrad Moyer. 
George Beir. 
Joseph George. 



A COMPLEAT MUSTER OR PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF 
MILITIA COMMANDED BY CAPTAIN JOHN SHEFBR. 



Capt. 
John Shefer. 



1st. Henry Bowman. 

2d. Joseph Levers, promoted. 

3d. Hugh Horner, promoted. 



Ensign. 
Adam Dreisbach. 



784 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Sergens. 
Peter Steckelas. 

Arthur Mulhollon, on furlough Oct. 13th for 10 days, 
John Gressler. 
Peter Hertz. 

Oorprals. 

Peter Shefer. John Merch. 

John Edelman. John Chester. 

Jacob Millham. 

Drumr. 
John Fuldon. 

fifer. 
John Banner. 

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Privates. 
Henry Dilcher. 

George Mosser, sick on furlough Oct. 16th for 10 days. 
Abraham Derhamne. 

John Deal, on furlough Oct. 21st for 10 days. 
Henry Mosser. 
John Kiener. 
Peter Roth. 
Jacob Houser. 
Peter Mosser. 
Michael Frey. 
Conrad Shlegel. 
John Steinmetz. 
Jacob Waker. * 

Henry March. 
Joseph George. 
George Best. 
Adam Lienberger. 
Laurence Kester. 
Henry Gress. 
Jacob Derr. 
William Osterdock. 
Jacob Kester. 
William Brown. 
Frederick Kemrer. 
Michael Musselman. 
Jacob Best. 
William Kester. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 785 



John Shefer, sr. 

Conrad Kester. 

Conrad Bachman. 

Christian Sheneberger. 

Abraham Person. 

John Dieter. 

Henry Dieter. 

Frederick Eberts. 

John Shafer, Jur. 

Peter Kase. 

Jacob Vogal, 

George Breder. 

Jacob Huber. 

Jacob Klepinger. 

Philip Renner. 

Siman Laubach. 

Abraham Balliott. 

Adam Hamsher. 

Peter Anthoney. 

George Engler. 

Ludwig Patterson. 

Godfried Ssnsebach. 

Henry Patterson. 

Henry Bartelme. 

Henry Snyder. 

Henry Repe. 
John Lind. 

Peter Oblinger. 

Peter Steckel, Jur. 

Isaac Sigfried. 

John Wesner. 

Jacob Bush. 

Joseph Heckman. 

George Anthoney. 

Abraham Bile. 

Jacob Deshler. 

John Hahn. 

Isaac Wittes, Discharged Oct. 20th. 

John Hubler. 

Jacob Kruber. 

Daniel M. Comes. 

Jacob Swap. 

Ludwig Klinetop. 

Joseph Smith. 

50— Vol. VIII— 6tb Ser. 



789 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Nicholas Bar. 
Joseph Bock. 
Peter Blare. 
Conrad Sold. 
Abraham Smith. 
Ludwig Barthelme. 
Frederick Shumaker. 
Andrew Zegenfuse. 
Daniel Muffly. 
Conrad Myer. 
George Beer. 
John Rosbrugh. 
Francis Wise. 
John Kip. 
Nicholas Blose. 
John Miller. 
Michael Rishel. 

George Diemer, Died 15th Oct. 1814. 

Henry Deal, joined Oct. 19th, 1814, being on furlough. Dis- 
charged Oct. 21st. 
Danl. Rohrer. 

Camp Morenshoock, Oct. 22d, 1814. 

I certify upon honnor that this muster roll exhibits a true 

statement of the Compy. Regt. Pennsylvania Militia now 

in the service of the United States and that the remarks set 
opposite the names are accurate and Just to the best of my 
knowledge. 

JOHN SHEFFER, Captain. 

I believe the above to be a correct muster of pay roll. 

CHRIST. J. HUTTER, 
Lt. Col. Commanding. 

I certify that the company commanded by Captain John 
Shefer now is in the service of the United States under order 
of the general comm.anding Military District. 

H. SPERING, Brig. Genl. 
Oct. 25, 1814. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



787 



A LIST OF OFFICERS AND MEN BELONGING TO CAPTAIN 
JOHN SHEFERS COMPANY COLLONEL NICHOLAS NI- 
LEGH COM'D. 



Captain. 
John Shefer. 

Lieutenant. 
Henry Bowman. 

Ensign. 
Adam Driesbach. 



1st. Peter Steckel. 

2d. Arthur Mulhoilem. 



Sergents. 



3rd. John Gresler. 
4th. Jacob Shott. 



1st. Peter Shefer. 
2d. John Edelman. 



Corprals. 



3rd. Jacob Mlllham. 
4th. Henry Dilcher. 



Drum'r. 
John Fiildon. 

fifer. 
John Donner. 



Privates. 



George Maser. 
Abraham Derhammer. 
John Deal. 
Henry Mosser. 
John Kiener. 
Peter Roth. 
Jacob Rouser. 
Peter Mosser. 
Michael Frey. 
George Diemer. 
Conrad Shiegel. 



Jchn Stinemetz. 
Jacob Wallver. 
Henry Mersh. 
Joseph George. 
Daniel Libengood. 
George Best. 
Adam Lienberger. 
Laurence Kister. 
Henry Gress. 
Jacob Derr. 
William Osteidock. 



788 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



John Kister. 
William Brown. 
Frederick Kemrer. 
Michael Musselman, 
Jacob Best. 
William Kister. 
John Shefes, Sn'r. 
Conrad Kister. 
Conrad Bachman. 
Christian Sheneberger. 
Abraham Persan. 
John Dieter. 
Henry Dieter. 
John Charles. 
Frederick Eberts. 
John Shefer. 
Peter Keas. 
Jacob Vogel. 
George Breder. 
Jacob Huber. 
Jacob Klepinger. 
Philip Renner. 
Simon Laubach. 
Abraham Balliott. 
Adam Hamsher. 
Peter Anthoney. 
George Engler. 
John Ferrel. 
Liewes Patterson. 
Godfrey Sensebach. 
Henry Paterson. 
Henry Bartholomew. 
Henry Snyder. 
Henry Resse. 
John Lind. 
Peter Oblinger. 
Edward Jenings. 
Peter Steckel. 



Isaac Siegfried. 
John Wesener. 
Jacob Bush. 
John Gross. 
Joseph Heckman. 
Andrew Swartz. 
George Anthony. 
Abraham Bile. 
Michael Lerch. 
John Siegfried. 
Jacob Deshler. 
Abraham Hartman. 
John Hahn. 
Isaac Wittes. 
John Hubler. 
Daniel M. Comer. 
Jacob Swap. 
Lewis Klinetop. 
Joseph Smith. 
Nicholas Box. 
Joseph Bock. 
Peter Blose. 
Conrad Sold. 
Abraham Smith. 
Ludwig Bartholomew. 
Frederick Shoemaker. 
John Wents. 
Andrew Zegenfuse. 
Daniel Muffley. 
Conrad Meyer. 
George Beer. 
John Rasbery. 
Jacob Stem. 
Fl-ances Wise. 
John Kep. 
Nicholas Blase. 
John Miller. 
Michael Rishel. 



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MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. TAYLOR'S COMPANY IN THE 
2D REGT. OF PA. VOL. LT. INFANTRY UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF COLONEL LOUIS BACHE, IN THE SER- 
VICE OF THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA FOR A TOUR 
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ENDING THE 5TH DAY OF DECEMBER, 1814, AT- 
TACHED TO THE BRIGADE OF MILITIA UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF BRIG. GENL. SAMUEL SMITH AT CAMP 
MARCUS HOOK. 



Sergts. 



1st. Wiliam H. Taylor. 
2d. Ziba Darlington. 



1st. John Logan. 
2d. Russell Vibber. 



3rd. 


John Painter. 


4tli. 


John Hall. 


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Eber Worthington. 


4th. 


Henry Myers. 



Privates. 



Joseph H. Brinton. 
Ethan Brinton. 
William Brinton. 
Jas. Brinton. 
John Brinton. 
Thos. H. Brinton. 
Jos. Brinton. 
Robert Black. 
William Cox. 
Amos Dariington. 
William Daily. 
Thos. DeWolf. 
Jacob Ehreuzeller. 
Eli Evenson. 
Robert Gamble. 
James Greer. 
Archibald Gardiner. 
Lewis Hall. 
Joseph Iddings. . 
Jacob Keehmle. 
John Lindsay. 
Stephen Marshall. 



Jonathan Matlack. 
Nathan Matlack. 
Hiram Morrow. 
Joseph Nelson. 
Isaac Nichols. 
Myers Pierce. 
Caleb Parry. 
Harper Pearson. 
George Pearson. 
Thomas Rice. 
Thomas Sweney. 
William Shields. 
William Town.send. 
Granville Towusend 
Vernon Taylor. 
William Frederick. 
Hiram Baily. 
Nathan Yearsley. 
Thos. B. Evans, Appoint'd Surg- 
eons mate. 
Jacob Burkess, fifer. 
Geo. Davis, drummer. 



7'98 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Camp Marcus Hook, Nov. 29th, 1814. 
I do hereby Certify upon honour that the above is a just and 
true Muster Roll of Capt. Taylor's Company: 

TITUS TAYLOR, Capt. 
LOUIS BACHE, Col. 2d Rgt. Penna. Vol. Lt. Inf't. 



A COMPLETE MUSTER ROLL FOR THE 7TH (CAPT'N 
CHRISTOPHER VANARTSDALEN'S COMPANY) OF THE 
2ND REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER LIGHT 
INFANTRY UNDER THE COMMAND OF COLONEL LOUIS 
BACHE UNDER THE ORDERS OF THE COMMANDER IN 
CHIEF OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
OF THE 21ST OF AUGUST A. D. 1814, ATTACHED TO THE 
1ST BRIGADE 2D DIVISION P. M. UNDER THE COM- 
MAND OF SAMUEL SMITH, B. GENERAL. 



Capt'n. 
Christo Vanartsdalen. 
Jona. Wynkoop, 1st Lieut. 

John Fox, 2d Lieut., Appointed aid to Geu'l Worrell. 
W'm H. Slack, Ensign. ' 

Charles Shippen, 1st Sergt., appointed Q. M. 
James A. Torbet, 2 Sergt. 
John Praul, 3 Sergt. 
Henry W. Raguet, 4 Sergt. 

John W. Wynkoop, 1st Corp'l, appointed Q. M. S. 24th Oct'r. 
John Huddleson, 2d Corp'l. 
Joseph Burrows, 3d Corp'l. 
John Blaker, 4 Corp'l. 
John Kelly, fifer. 

Privates. 

Charles Alexander. Jou'a Du Bois. 

W'm Atkinson. David Doan. 

John Burns. James Devine. 

Joseph Bollenger. John Flemings. 

W'm Burrows. John Featherby. 

Sam'l Coffey. Timothy McGinnis. 

Wilhelmus Cornell. Joseph Graham. 

James Crawford. Robert Hartman. 

John L. Dick. Morris Hartwiek. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



799 



John Hubbard. 
John Johnson. 
Eli Kitchen. 
Jon'a Lefferts. 
Charles Logan. 
Peter Louderstater. 
Leffert Lefferts. 
John Lear, Enlisted. 
W'm Martin. 
Joseph Mitchell. 
John Milnor. 
John Martin. 
Tho's N. Meredith. 
George Opdike. 
Hart Opdike. 
Joseph Opdike. 



John Parker. 
Saml' Philips. 
Amos Parker. 
George Price. 
Josiah Prichard. 
John Parker, Jun. 
James Philips. 
James .Patten. 
David Libbett. 
Aaron Slack. 
W'm Litgreaves. 
Sam'l Wood. 
Stewart Wilson. 
Abram Scimmerhorn. 
Zacheus Praul. 
Thadeus Henry. 



We the undersigned Do Certify on Honor that the Within 
Muster Roll Exhibits a True Statement of the 7th Company 2d 
Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers from the 3d of September 
to the present time. 
Camp Marquis Hook, 
Nov. 29th, 1814. 

Signed 
CHRISTOPHER VANARTSDALEN, 
Capt'n. 
LOUIS BACHE. Col. 2d Rest.. 
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MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTAIN WERSLER'S COMPANY IN 
THE 2D REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER 
LIGHT INFANTRY IN THE SERVICE OF THE STATE OF 
PENNSYLVANIA, FOR THREE MONTHS, FROM THE 
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HOOK, COMMANDED BY BRIGADIER GENERAL SAMUEL 
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Captain. 
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Lieut. 
James Watson. 



Richd. Kelley. 
John Griffith. 



Serjeants. 



Robt. McWilliams. 
William Kelley. 



Corporal. 
Henry Laur. 

Fifer. 
George Dunlap. 

Drumer. 

Saml. Williams. 



Privates. 



Benjn. Bispham. 
Charles Peck. 
Caleb Ford. 
Christn. Fritz. 
Dennis McCoy. 
Eleazar Burns. 
Elijah Gritnth. 
Ezekiel Richardson. 
Edward K. Pearce. 
George King. 



John Reese. 
Jacob Rinker. 
Joseph Watson. 
Isaac Vanleer. 
John Rickman. 
John Ryder. 
James Kelley. 
Jacob Heck. 
John Whisler. 
John Watson. 



806 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Jasse Ivester. 
John Hippie. 
Lewis McGraw. 
Martin Williams. 
Nicholas S. Davis. 
Saml. Clarkson. 
Saml. Bane. 
Stephen Smiley. 
Jarvis Hall. 
Thos. Caldwell. 
William Richardson. 
William Bowen. 



Charles Stout. 
Henry Parker. 
Joseph Potter. 
John Quarll. 
Jonathan Davis. 
Alben McMinn. 
Joseph Dhile. 
Elijah Watson. 
John Brewen. 
Nathanl. Markley. 
John Rowland, deserted. 



We do Certify on Honor that the above Muster Roll Exhibits 
a Just and true Statement of the above mentioned Company. 

JNO. G. WERSLER, Capt. 
LOUIS BACHE, 

Col. 2d Regt. Penn. Vol. Lt. Inf. 



MUSTER ROLL FOR THE NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS 
AND PRIVATES (MUTILATED) COMMANDED BY (MU- 
TILATED) WETHERBY 65TH REGT. P. M. WHO EN- 
TERED INTO THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 
(MUTILATED) 25TH DAY OF SEPT. A. D. 1814 (MUTI- 
LATED) CAMPED AT MARCUS HOOK. 



1st. James McGuigan. 
Ind. John Taylor, sick. 
3rd. Geo. Peters. 

1st. Saml. Robert. 
2nd. Barny McGuigan. 

Saml. Bittle. 
Wm. Rauzel. 
Robt. Steel. 
Eli Rattew, Furlow. 
David Cornog. 
Thomas Brown. 



Serjeants. 

4th. Thomas Ash. 

6th. Patrick McGuigan. 

Corporals. 

3rd. Benjn. Yarnall, sick. 

Privates. 

James Mitchell, Sick. 
Robt. Vollintine. 
James Hodg. 
Wm. Davis. 
Wm. Graff. 
Geo. Hine. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



807 



James Huff. 

Geo. Russell. 

Peter Smith. 

Jehu Griffith. 

Frederic Close. 

John Burit. 

John Henthorn. 

Curtis Barlow. 

Joseph Murphy. 

John Gorby. 

Cornilius Wright. 

Jacob Young. 

Aaron Bail. 

Wm. Ottenhamer. 

Vollintine Dick. 

Giliad Burns. 

Wm. Weare. 

David Jay. 

Wm. McGlaughen, Senr. 

John R. Price, Furlow. 

Abel Smedley. 

Jacob Stewart. 

Archebald Daugherty. 

John S. Travis. 

John Varly. 

Wm. Smith. 

Richd. Warnick. 

Thomas Marshall. 

Jacob Kizer. 

John Wheeling. 

Aaron Smith. 

Wm. McCrackin. 

Wm. Mase. 

James Taylor. 

John Davis. 

Levan Benard. 

John Hoops. 

Wm. Turner. ^ 

Andrew Black. «^ 

Felex Fields. 

John Kelly. 

James Weare. 

Henry Collins. 

Samuel Burnit. 



Samuel Russell. 

Joseph Esworthy. 

Jesse Green. 

Charles Smith. 

Mathew Hopkins. 

James McCoy. 

Thomas Mercer. 

James Weare, Junr. 

Joseph Griffith. 

Benjn. Allison. 

Alexander Parks, Furlow. 

Henry Bean. 

Isaac Tomkins, Sick. 

Balwin Weaver, Sick. 

Jesse McKinster. 

Richd. Clayton. 

Thomas Jones. 

Woodard Hampton. 

Aaron Laurence. 

Anthony N. Sill. 

Nicholas Marrow. 

Jeremiah Dutton. 

Andrew Hunter. 

Daniel Likens. 

Allexander McCoy. 

John Smith. 

Ruban Miles. 

George McBride. 

Wm. McGlaughlin, Junr. 

John Hook. 

Frederic Stimel. 

David Torton. 

Jonathan Gibason. 

Allexander Torbert.- 

John H. Craig. 

John King. 

Peter Harper. 

John Barlow. 

Joel Scot. 

(Mutilated) Baker, Furlow. 

Vincent Jester. 

Nehemiah Baker. 

Abel Green. 

Charles McGarraty. 



808 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Daniel Broomell. John Pile. 

Francis Harbinson, John L. Hannum. 

John Alcot. 

Camp Snyder, Oct. 17th, 1814. 

We Certify on honor that this muster roll exhibits a true 
State of the 4th Company of drafted Militia from the 44th and 
100th Regiments of the Pennsylvania Militia, attached to the 
65th Reg. P. M. now in the service of the United States, and 
the remarks sett opposite the names of the men are accurate 
and Just. 

BENJAMIN WETHERBY, Captain. 
I Believe the above to be a correct muster of pay roll. 

J. L. PEARSON, Col. 
Colonel Commdt. 

I Do Certify that the 4th Company of drafted Militia com- 
manded by Capt. Wetherby attached to the 65th Reg. Pennsyl- 
vania Militia in the service of the United States under orders 
of the General commanding the fourth Military District. 
Camp Snyder, Oct. 18th, 1814. 

by Order of the Genl. 

WM. C. ROGERS, 
B. Major. 



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Jacob Regie .- 

Emaniel Gorden 

Abrm. Yonken, 

John Hager 

John Mills 

John Melone, 

Joseph Khole 

Thos. McRoy, 

Andrew Headman, 

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PAY ROLL OF THE MILITIA COM'D BY CAP'T EDWARD 
YERKES ATTACH'D TO THE REGIMENT PENN'A 
NOW IN THE SERVICE OF THE U. S. 



lat. William Carr. 
2ncl. Robert Poalk. 
3rd. David McNair. 

1st. Stephen Beans. 
2nd. Thomas Cravens. 



Sargeants. 

4th. John Finney. 
5th. Alex'r R. Long. 

Corporals. 

3rd. William Vandyke. 
4th. James Slack. 



Henry Krusen. 
Edward Murphy. 
Gerardus Wynkoop. 
Danl. Hopgood. 
John Griffith. 
John Cormell. 
John Robinson. 
William Lemmon. 
Amos Torbert. 
William Craven. 
Jacob Akerman. 
Richard Pryan. 
Saml. Scott. 
James Collingrove. 
Edward Beatty. 
Jesse Parker. 
John E. Tomlinson. 
John Vandegrift. 
James Barclay. 
Abraham Hogeland. 
Amos Addis. 
Isaac F. Tucker. 
Hogeland Beantz. 
Edward McMasters. 
Jacob Markley. 
Enos Randal. 
Duncan Cook. 
Abel Kelly. 
Jacob Bodine. 
Amos Stirk. 



Privates. 

James Nebleck. 
James De Courcey. 
John Merrett. 
Joseph Krusen. 
James Adkenson. 
John Crewson. 
John Miles. 
John Fisher. 
Christopher Krusen. 
Andw. Reed. 
William Vancourt. 
William Blair. 
Henry K. Vanartsdalen. 
William Emery. 
Benjamin Emery. 
John Ogin. 
George Parsons. 
Jesse Slack. 
John Hutchinson. 
David Bodine. 
Joseph Miller. 
William Vanhorn. 
Charles Powel. 
John C. Boltor. 
Enos Tomlinson. 
Loffert Lafferts. 
Cornelius Corsons. 
Garret Buckaline. 
Jonathan Reeder. 
Jacob Hoffner. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



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Charles Finney. 
Isaac Taylor. 
Joseph Roberts. 
James Magee. 
William Batcler. 
John Malcomson. 
William Brimican. 
Peter Lafferts. 
Simon Lafferts. 
George Haugh. 
Charles A. Martin. 
Joseph Wetherill. 
Hugh McDowel. 
Daniel Hurley. 
Isaac Hogeland. 
Joseph Reading. 
Joseph C. Worthington. 

We do Certify on honor that the within Roll exhibits a true 
state of the Company and that the remarks set opposite their 
namess on accurate and Just. 
Camp Marcus Hook, 

Oct. 25, 1814. 

EDWIN YERKES, Capt. 
ISAAC GRIFFITH, Major. 

I do Certify on honor that the Cbmpany oomi'd by Capt. 
Edward Yerkes is in the service of the U. States under the 
com'd of the commanding General of Fourth Military District. 
Camp Marcus Hook, 

Oct. 25th, 1814. 

SAM'L SMITH, 
B'r Gen'l. 



Jacob Brown. 
Nathan Marple. 
William Biddle. 
Timothy McManus. 
Robt. Nelson. 
Joseph Fenton. 
Jonathan Ewers. 
James Vance. 
William South. 
Elias Gilbert. 
Jno. Spencer. 
Jonathan Shippen, 
Henry Thornton. 
Henry B. Slack. 
Rich'd Evans. 
Enock Evans. 



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GENERAL ORDERS. 

Head-Quarters, York, September 16, 1814. 

The detachment of Pennsylvania Militia, ordered to ren- 
dezvous at York are organized into four regiments and one 
battalion, forming two brigades, under the command of the 
following officers: 

Major General Nathaniel Watson. 

Aids-de-camp, Henry Shippen and James Patterson. 

Hospital Surgeon, Samuel Agnew. 

Mates, David Watson and Luther Reily. 



'First Brigade.' 




Brigadier General John Forster, 

Aid-de-camp A. Ellmalver, 

Brigate major J. M. Forster, . . 



First Regiment. 

Col. Maxwell Kennedy 

Lieut. Col. William Cochran, 

Major George P. Porter 



Regimental Staff. 

Adjutant 

Quartermaster Mel. Rham, jr., 

Paymaster Henry Antis, 

Surgeon William Patton 



Captains. 



Thomas Walker, . . 

Jacob Achey, 

Riehard M. Cl-ain, 
Richard Knight, .. 
John B. Morehead, 

John Elder 

Henry Doebler, . . . 
John Carothers, . . . 
Benjamin Lesher, 
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John Manly 

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Jacob Emblch, . 
John Henning, . 
William Thomas, 
Georg-e Carothers, 



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Adam Stager 

George Roberts 

David Habble 

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Lieut. Col. Adam Rischers 

Major William Allison 

Major George Fisher 



Regimental Staff. 

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Pay-master Andrew Noble 

Surgeon John Eberle, 



Captains. 



John Graham, 

Thomas Neal, 

Peter Snyder 

James Todd 

Philip Federhoff, .. 
Jacob Dietrich, ... 
Thomas McElheny, 
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Michael Petre 



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James Porter 

Robert Milligan 

Benjamin Bonnewitz, 

John Ward 

Thomas Woodsides, . 

Daniel Hoffman 

Thomas Finney 



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John Winter, 

John Shive, 

Christian Kintzel, 

John Berry, 

Ab'm. McClure, . 
Nathan Buchanan, 
John Garman, -. . . 



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Quart. Mast. Wm. K. Ct 
Adjutant Robert Lochart 



William Stuart, ... 
Robert Wilson. .. 
John Robinson, ., 
James McCullough, 

Philip Fisher 

Jeremiah Rees, ... 

William Steel 

John Holmes, 



Lieutenants. 



James W. Potts. . 
David Williamson, 
William Robinson, 

Robert King, 

John Brook 

Conrad Knepley, . 

David W^eiley, 

John Downing, 



It^rael Bailey 
Joseph Mille 
Benj. P.ndei: 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 
GENERAL ORDERS.— Continued. 



■First Brigade." 




John Dayton, . 
Thomas Shay, 
James Dill, ... 
Samuel I^fevre 
James Wilson, 



By order of MAJOR GENERAL NATHANIEL WATSON. 
H. SHIPPEN, First Aid-de-camp. 



GENERAL ORDERS. 
Head-Quarters, York, September 16, 1814. 

The detachment of Pennsylvania Militia ordered to rendez- 
vous at York are organized into four regiments and , Oine 
battalion, forming two brigades under the command of the 
following officers: 

Major General Nathaniel Watson. 

Aids-de-camp, Henry Shippen and James Patterson. 

Hospital Surgeon, Samuel Agnew. 

Mates, David Watson and Luther Reily. 



'Second Brigade.' 



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Aid-de-camp Samuel D. Franks, . . 
Brigade Major Gabriel Hiester, Jr. 



First Regiment. 

Lieut. Col. Jeremiah Shappel 

First Ma,jor Samuel Jones 

Second Major Andrew Kepner 



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GENERAL ORDERS.— Continued. 



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Staff. 

Adjutant Isaac Myers, 

Quarter Master John Swartz, . . 
Paymaster Charles Witman, . . . 
Surgeon John B. Otto, 



Captains. 
First Battalion. 



William Hamilton, 
George Zeiber, ... 
John Maugree, . . . 
Henry Willottz, . 
George Marx, 



Second Battalion. 



George Hambright, 
Jonathan Jones, ... 

George Bitter 

Jacob Marshal 

Theophilus Hughes, 



First Lieutenants 

George Musser 

Isaac C. Griesmer, 

Jacob Fisher 

William Herman, 

George Boyer 

Thomas Ross Jourdan, 

Samuel Morrows 

John Barto 

Henry Burkha it, 

John C. Lefevre 



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Frederick Hill, 

Charles Witman, 

Gabriel Hiester, Jr 

Matthias Musser 

S. D. Franks, 

Isaac Myers 

Wm. Heister, 

Jacob Dreibelbis 



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Jacob Fuhrman, 
Samuel Greiner, 



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Michael Christian, ... 
Frederick Hambright, 

Samuel Groves 

Daniel Slottman 

Samuel Alston, 

Christopher Leaser, 



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Lieut. Col. John Lotz, 

First Major John McClure, 

Second Major John Clemson, 



Staff. 

Adjutant Samuel McClellan 

Quarter Master James Patterson, 

Paymaster Jasper Scull 

Surgeon Samuel Humes, 



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Thomas Moore 

Jacob Snj'der 

Henry Good 

George Hitselberger, 
John Christian, 



Second Battalion. 



Thomas Schriver, 

Adam 

Thomas Huston, 

John Hay 

Gabriel Old 



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William Tilton, ... 
Abraham Singer, 
Robert McMillan, . 

Samuel Crider, 

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William Musser, .. 

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Israel Gardner, . . . 
Edward Coheen, .. 
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Ensign 

George Bauni 

John E. Scott, 

Michael Dietrich 

George Welsh, 

Abraham Zimmerman 

Joseph Small. 

Christian McKee, 

John Shimp 

George Reigle, 

William Shook, 



By order of MAJOR GENERAL NATHANIEL WATSON, 
H. SHIPPEN, First Aid-de-Camp. 




Baltimore, Sept. 20th, 1814. 

Sir: On Sunday last tlie whole of the 1st Brigade consisting 
of two Regiments and a Battalion having been marched off 
from the York encampment Genl. Foster* and myself with our 
aids left York and arrived here last evening. I left Brig. Genl. 
Addams to command at York with instructions to march on his 
Brigade by Regiments as expeditiously as practicable. 

Col. Kennedy's Regiment is the only one for which we have 
tents. His Regiment arrived here yesterday and is encamped. 
In consequence of being totally destitute of Tents for the 
residue of the troops I have been reduced to the necessity of 
marching each Battalion separately with instructions to the 
commanders to scatter them along the road in Companies in 
order that the men may be sheltered over night in taverns, 
barns and sheds. The consequence is we have been most 
vexatiously delayed in our arrival here. The men are at this 
moment scattered along the v/hole road between this and 
York. 

I expect the 2d Regiment under Col. Ritscher to arrive here 
to-day, part this morning and part this evening. The 5th 
Battalion to-morrow morning. By Thursday and Friday I 

*Should be spelled Forster. 

53— Vol. VIII— 6th Ser. 



834 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

hope the whole of the 2d Brigade under General Adams will 
have arrived except a Lieut. Guard which will be left at York to 
take charge of the sick and the deserters that may be brought' 
in, in consequence of the rewards offered for them. I called 
on General Smith last evening. He gives me some expecta- 
tions that our men or some of them can be accommodated in 
the rope walks. But I am very apprehensive there will not be 
room sufficient for half our numbers, and they must conse- 
quently be In the open fields. If so I am extremely fearful that 
those not accommodated with shelter will desert by companies. 
The example will be ruinous to the residue of my troops and 
I am fearful that the result will be disgraceful to our State. 
If we are ordered on a march for one day 4 Regiments must 
lie on the bare grounds, with no shelter under the heavens. 
Pennsylvanians are accustomed to good living, they tell me 
they are willing to fight, to obey and march where we please, 
but they must have tents to shelter them from the severity of 
the inclement season which is fast approaching. 

I have the honor to be most respectfully 

Your obedient humble Servt. 
His Excellency Simon Snyder, 
Governor of Pennsylvania. 

P. S. Since the foregoing letter was written, Genl. Smith 
has sent for me and verbally communicated to me an order 
from the Secretary at V/ar for all the Pennsylvania Troops 
under his Command to be marched to the DeLtware. This 
order arriving at such a moment as this w^hen we are em- 
barassed with difficulties, places me in the most unpleasant 
situation that can be imagined. Our Quarter Master has not 
one Cent at his Command, and it has been with the greatest 
difficulty that Wagons as well as rations could be supplied to 
enable the first Brigade to leave York. The men are all armed 
with Muskets, but without Cartridge boxes except 1500. No 
fixed amunition. Nor powder to make it of, except for a guard, 
nor can we, I am informed by Genl. Smith, be furnished with it 
here in case we march for Philadelphia. Our march will be 
along the very waters open to the incursions of the enemy, & 
without the means of defending ourselves if attacked. 
Very respectfully 
your obt. servt., 
(Signed) NATHNL. WATSON, 
Majr. Genl. 
P. Militia. 



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Harrisbiirgh, Monday evening, December 5, 1814. 



From the Baltimore Patriot. 



Patriotism. 
The following note has been received by the committee of 
Vigilance and Safety. 

Gentlemen: Generals V/atson, *Foster and Adams profer to 
the committee of vigilance and safety the gratuitous labor or 
parts of six regiments of the Pennsylvania militia, of 350 to 
400 men, each to labor on the works of fortification. Officers 
will be detailed with the men, whose labor shall be performed 
as directed by the superintendent set over the work. The com- 
mittee are requested to appoint the days (Sundays excepted) 
and places where the labor is required, and it shall be attended 
to on information being lodged at General Watson's head 
quarters. 

Respectfully, 

NATHANIEL WATSON, 
Marjor General Pennsylvania Militia. 

To the Committee of Vigilance and Safety, 
Baltimore. 

To which the following reply was sent: 

Baltimore, 23d Nov., 1814. 

Sir: The Committee of Vigilance and Safety have directed 
me to express to you and the officers and soldiers under your 
command, the very grateful feelings excited in them by your 
generous proffer of the gratuitous labor of six regiments to 
work on the fortifications intended for the defense of this city. 
They request you to accept their thanks, and to convey the 
same to your division for this important and highly useful 
service; and they wish you to commence with the first detach- 
ment on Thursday next, and continue the same as mentioned 
in your communication, wet weather and Sundays excepted. 
Richard Frisby, esq., a member of this committee, who will 
hand you this will make the necessary arrangements. 

1 have the honor to be very respectfully you obedient servant, 

E. JOHNSON. 
Chairman of the Committee of Vigilance and Safety, To Maj. 

Gen. Nathaniel Watson, Pennsylvania Militia. 
♦Should be spelled Forster. 



WAR OF 1812-1S14. 839 

THE CHRONICLE. 



Harrisburgh, Monday evening, December 19, 1814. 



Brigade Orders. 

Yorlv, Penn., Dec. 7th, 1814. 
In pursuance of general orders tlie brigade under the com- 
mand of brig. Gen. John Forster is now discharged. The 
commandants cf companies will march their men to such places 
as thej' may deem most suitable for their dispersion, and then 
discharge them individually. The general cannot take leave 
of the brigade which he has had the honor of commanding 
without expresssing to the officers and men his gratitude for 
their attention to his orders, and his approbation of their 
general conduct during the campaign. They have not met the 
enemy on the field of battle, but the patriotic spirit with which 
they entered the service; their strict attention to discipline; 
their patient endurance of hardships, added to their pro- 
ficiency in military knowledge are sure pledges that had that 
been their fortune, their conduct would have been honorable 
to themselves and their country. The frequent scarcity of 
necessary supplies rendered the duties of the quarter masters 
particularly arduous, and it is but justice to the gentlemen 
acting in this department to acknowledge their zeal and exer- 
tions to render satisfaction to their respective regiments. 

The general has seen with pleasure the cheerfulness with 
which the disappointment in not being paid for the whole 
service performed, was borne by the officers and men of his 
brigade; such privations are unfortunately but too common to 
a soldier's life, and in the present case they have been borne 
with a spirit becoming soldiers. 

On the return cf the troopo to their homes and accustomed 
occupations, and again mixing with the pursuits and oceur- 
I'enoes of civil life, to reflect on the events of the campaign 
cannot but yield them pleasure and consolation for the hard- 
ships and privations they endured. It will have created new 
associations of friendship among the gentlemen of all ranks in 
the brigade, and will draw closer those previously formed. It 
will disseminate through a portion of our state correct notions 
of the duties of an officer and a soldier, and a mass of inform- 
ation on military subjects that may be highly useful in the 
crisis of public affairs that appears to be approaching. Our 
country is contending for its existence, if there be a country 



840 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

worth fighting for assuredly it is the one in which we dwell. 
The situation of the country demands many sacrifices from 
all its citizens, and it is with pride anticipated by the general, 
that should an emergency similar to that which drew the 
troops now present from their homes again occur, it will be 
met by them with an equal degree of spirit and patriotism. 
Should it be the fortune of the general again to enter the 
service with his present rank, his highest ambition will be to 
command a brigade resembling in correctness of conduct the 
one with which he is now about to part. 

The perfect regularity and good order with which the march 
from Baltimore to York was conducted merits particular notice, 
and the general tenders his thanks to the field officers of his 
brigade for their able assistance during the march. In com- 
manding the troops the general does not mean to flatter; un- 
merited praise he would equally scorn to offer, as they would 
disdain to receive. It is not to be concealed that commissions 
of irregularities and omissions of duty have occurred both 
among the officers and privates; but these it is believed are 
few in number and such as are perhaps inseparable from any 
body of troops suddenly transferred from their homes to en- 
counter the arduous and rigorous duties of a camp. 

In taking leave of the officers and men of his command, the 
general sincerely wishes them a safe and happy meeting with 
their families and friends, and begs them to accept his 
warmest wishes for their future welfare. 

By order of the Brigadier General, 

JOHN M. FORSTER, 
Brigade Major. 



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PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF VOLUNTEERS COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN JOHN CAROTHERS OF THE 
REGIMENT PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER 
THE COMMAND OF COLONEL WHO REN- 
DEZVOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER 
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I certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the number 
of men in My Company, in witness thereof I have hereunto 
Subscribed my Name. 

JOHN CAROTHERS, Capt. 
Eest 
NATH'L WATSON, 

Major Genl Pa. Militia. 



854 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



RECEIPT ROLL OP A COMPANY OF VOLUNTEERS COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN JOHN CAROTHERS OP THE 
REGIMENT PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER 

THE COMMAND OF COLONEL WHO REN- 

DEVOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER 
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John Hennery j 1 Lieut.,.. 

Henry Crausle ! 2 Lieut. , . 

Thomas Orr, Ensign,.. 

John Lyon 1 Serjt 

John Cams, 2 Serjt 

I&aac Tomlinson i 3 Sarjt.,.. 

James Emmerson ' 4 Serjt.,.. 

Erastus Hooper, 1 1 Corpl , . 

McEneir Wilson I 2 Corpl.,. 

John Wingert j 3 Corpl.,. 

Wm. Bartun, 4 Corpl.,. 

Mihael Capp Private, . . 

Jacob Miller ...j 

Michael Machen I 

Philip Stimmel ; 

Nicholas Stiff ' 

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George Sellers j 

Williamson Harrison | 

Joseph McVannen 

George Nogle 

John Kline 

James Floyd | 

John K. Peacock I 

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Norman Callender 

George STiott, ' 

Jacob Elwell 

Henry Morningstaff i 

Jacob Phleeger ; 

John Morningstaff | 

Wm. Bregle, 

John Hasselhaugh j 

James McCown 1 

Daniel Housman I 

Kelcb Messer 

John Krebb 

John Neekle 

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WAR OF 1812-1814. 



855 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF VOLUNTEERS COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN JOHN CAROTHERS.— Continued. 



Wm. Magloclin 

Patrick Kirk 

Fred. Peck, 

Josept Keller 

Arthur Moor 

Benj. Bivens 

Saml. Keller 

Benedeot Senger, . . 

Josept Henry 

John Brown 

John Martin, 

Rudalf Mulhulen, . 
Donal McCristol, .. 
Jonathan McBride, 
Joseph Walraven, . 



£d Sept., 1S14 

2d Sept., 1S14 

M Sept., 1814 

2d Sept., 1814 

2d Sept., 1814 

2d Sept., 1814 

2d Sept., 1814 

2d Sept., 1814 

2d Sept., 1814 

2d Sept., 1814 

2d Sept., 1814 

2d Sept.. 1814 

2d Sept., 1814 

2d Sept., 1814 

2d Sept., 1814 



I certify that the foregoing is a correct Return of the men 
belonging to my company. Witness my hand this 15th Sept., 
1814 

JOHN CAROTHERS, Capt. 
Test. 
NATH'L WATSON, 
Major Genl. 
P. Militia. 



856 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF ARTILLERISTS ACT- 
ING AS INFANTRY IN THE SERVICE OF THE U. S. 
COMMANDED BY RICH'D M. CRAIN , FIRST REGIMENT 
FIRST BRIGADE PENNA. MILITIA COMMANDED BY 
COL. MAXWELL KENNEDY AT YORK, 5TH SEPTEMBER 
1814. COMMENCEMENT OF SERVICE AUG. 30TH, 1814. 
EXPIRATION OF SERVICE MARCH 5TH, 1815. 




Place of Resi- 
dence. 



Richard M. Grain 

Joel Bailey 

Geo. Caruthers, 

Alex'r M. Piper, 

Rich'd T. Jacobs, 

James R. Boyd 

Jas. C. Laveille, 

John Benjamin, 

George Taylor 

Jacob Elder, 

John Wal burn, 

David Krouse 

Jacob Pool, 

Adams, George 

Brotherton, Elisha, . . 

Beissel, John, 

Barnett, Thos 

Barnett, Wm., 

Burr, K. Henry 

Barnett, Jno. M 

Boyer, Sam'l 

Blake, Henry, 

Brown, Thomas 

Bostwick, Trueman, . 

Boyer, Wm 

Carson, Wm. M 

Curtz, Thos. 

Conner, John 

Capp, Sam'l 

Cochran, Geo 

Dougherty, Mich'l, .., 

Eicholtz, Geo , 

Ewing, Nath'l 

Findlay, Wm. S., .... 

Ferguson, Matt'w, .. 

Fleck, John, 

Gleim, Jacob 

Gorge, Wm 

Gongaware, Geo 

Graham, Rob't 

Graydon, Alex'r, Jr., 

Hitzelberger, Nic's, 



(apt n 

1st Lieut, . 
2nd Lieut, 
1st Serg't, 
2d Serg't, . 
3rd Serg't, 
4th Serg't, 
Ist Corp'l, 
2nd Corp'l, 
2rd Corp'l, 
4th Corp'l, 
Drummer, 

Fifer, 

Private, .. 
Private, .. 
Private, .. 
Private, .. 
Private, . . 
Private, . . 
Private, . . 
Private, . . 
Private, .. 
Private, . . 
Private, .. 
Private, .. 
Piivate, .. 



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Private, 
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Private, 
Private, 
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Private, 



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WAR OF 1812-1814. 



857 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF ARTILLERISTS ACT- 
ING AS INFANTRY IN THE SERVICE OF THE U. S. 
COMMANDED BY RICH'D M. CRAIN.— Continued. 



Place of Resi- 
dence. 



Heister, Jonat'n D., 

Harris, Sam'l, 

Hoyer, Jacob 

Kellar, John, 

Krum, Peter, 

Knepley, Jacob. 

Kunkle, Jacob, 

Kimble, Chas., 

Keighler, John, 

Leech, Richard T.. . 

Leake, Henry, 

Lebkicher, Mich'l, .. 

Lebo, John 

Myer, George, 

Mitchel, Thos 

Murphy, James, 

Nabb, Perry C, 

Newell, Wm 

Rodney, John 

Reiley, Luther, 

Robertson, Wm., — 

Reiley, Wm., 

Shunk, F. R 

Sheirman, K'y (\, .. 

Shanning, John, 

Smith, Henry, 

Shoch, Sam'l, 

Shrier, John, 

Search, John, 

Stine, Jacob R., 

Smith, John, 

Swoyer, John, 

Thompson, John B., 
Vanboskirk, And'w, 
Vanderslice, Marcus, 

Whitehill, John 

Willis, John M., .... 

Wilson, John, 

White, Thos., 

Wallace, Joseph, ... 
Winman, Sam'l, — 
Youse, Joseph. 



Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
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Private, 
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Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
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Private, 
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Private, 
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Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
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Dauphin C'y 


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Dauphin C'y 


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Dauphin C'y 


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Dauphin C'y 


30 


Dauphin C'y 


30 


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30 


Dauphin C'y 


30 


Dauphin C'y 


30 


Dauphin C'y 


30 


Dauphin C'y 


30 


Dauphin C'y 


30 


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30 


Dauphin C'y 


30 


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Dauphin C'y 


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30 


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30 


Dauphin C'y 


30 


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30 


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Dauphin C'y 


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Dauphin C'y 


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30 



We Certify on honor that the foregoing muster Roll exhibits 
the true stale of the company of Artillerists acting as Infantry 
in the service of the U. S. under command of Capt'n Richd M. 



858 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Grain for the period herein expressed and that the remarks 
opposite the men's names are accurate & just. 

RICH'D M. GRAIN, Gapt. 

A. G. RIGE, 1st Surgpon's Mate. 

1 certify that I have mustered Gapt. Rich'd M. Grain's com- 
pany and that this roll exhibits a true state of the same, and 
that the remarks set opposite to the names of the men are 
accurate and just according to the best of my knowledge and 
belief. 

M. M. FORSTER, 
Brig. Maj. & Inspector. 



PAY ROLL OF A GOMPANY OF V. ARTILERY GOM- 
MANDED BY GAPTAIN RIGH'D M. GRAIN OF THE 66 
REGIMENT PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER 
THE GOMAND OF GOLONEL REESE HILL WHO REN- 
DEZVOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER 
OF THE GOVERNOR, DATED 26TH AUGUST, 1814. 



Gommencement of service, Slst August, 1814. 
Pay per month, $2. 
Amount paid, $6. 

Gapt. 

Richard M. Grain. 

1st. Lieut. 
Joel Bailey. 

2nd Lieut. 
George Garuthers. 

Sergeants. 

Alexander M. Piper, 1st. 
Richard T. .lacobs, 2d. 
.lames R. Boyd, 3d. 
Jos. G. Laveill, 4th. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 
Corporals 



John Benjamin, 1st. 
George Taylor, 2d. 
Jacob Elder, 3d. 
John Walborn, 4th. 

Drummer. 
David Krause. 

Fifer. 
Jacob Poole. 

Privates. 

1. John Whitehill. 

2. Francis R. Shiink, on extra service from Sept. 11, 1814. 

3. John 1^1. Willis. 

4. Elisha Brotherton. 

5. John Wilson. 

6. Perry C. Nabb. 

7. John Beisil. 

8. Henry C. Sheirman. 

9. John Kellar. 

10. Rich'd T. Leech. 

11. John B. Thompson. 

12. John Rodney. 

13. Jacob Gleim. 

14. William M. Carson. 

15. George Eichholtz. 

16. John Shanning. 

17. Thomas White. 

18. George Myer. 

19. Thomas Barnett. 

20. Nicholas Hitzelberger. 

21. Henry Leak. 

22. Peter Krum. 

23. Jon'a Heister. 

24. .Joseph Wallace. 

25. Henry Smith. 

26. Luther Reily, on extra Service from the Sth Is. 

27. Henry H. Burr. 

28. William George. 

29. Michael Dougherty. 

30. Hho's S. Mitchel. 

31. William S. Findly. 

32. Samuel Shoch. 

33. Nathaniel Ewing. 

34. George Gangaware. 



^60 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

35. John M. Earnett. 

36. And'w Vanbuskirk. 

37. George Adams. 

38. Joseph Youse. 

39. John Shrier. 

40. Samuel Harris. 

41. Samuel Wienman. 

42. James Murphey. 

43. Robert Grayham. 

44. Michael Lebkecher. 

45. John Seurch. 

46. John Conner. 
-ff. Jacob R. Stine. 

48. Samuel Boyer. 

49. Alexander Graydon, Junr. 

50. ¥iarcus Vanderslice. 

51. Matthew Ferguson. 

52. John Smith. 

53. Henry Blake. 

54. Jacob Knepley, discharged on furlow on Cth Sept'r, 1814. 

55. John Swoyer. 

56. Jacob Kunkle, Sick & on furlough. 

57. William Robertson. 

58. Thomas Brown. ' . 

59. John Lebo. 

60. Charles Kimble. 

61. John Keighler. 

62. Truman Bostwick. 

63. Samuel Capp. 

64. John Fleck. 

65. Jacob Hoyer, Sick & on furlough. 

66. William Newell. 

67. William Boyer. 

68. William Reiley, Commencement of service 6 Sept. 

69. George Cochran. 

70. William Barnett. 

71. Thomas Curtz, Commencement of service 14 Sept'r. 

I Certify the above and a foregoing to be a Correct Roll of 
my Company. 

RICH'D M. GRAIN, 
Capt. H. V. A. 
Test 
NATH'L WATSON, 
Major Gen'l, 
Pa. Militia. 



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Captain. 
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Lieutenant. 
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Ensign. 
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Musicians. 

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William Hefflefinger. 

Serjeants. 

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Corporals. 

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William Ponsler. 
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Henry Mayer. 
Joseph Schuee. 
Michael Uhler. 



870 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Hugh Wilson. 

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.loseph McCool. 

John Reinale. 

John Hamilton. 

Joseph Thamo. 

Benjamin Haller. 

Samuel McCullough. 

Christian Yeager. 

.Joseph Yeager. 

Jacob Bricker. 

Peter Grove. 

John Hefflefinger. 

George Garrett. 

Henry Dubs. 

David Hoffman. 

John Rewalt. 

Tobias Reinale. 

David Mellinger. 

George Berheizler, (for Shindel Bernheizler). 

Christian Miller. 

Lewis Doebler. 

Samuel Mellinger. 

George Reinale. 

John MeClout. 

Samuel Beckley. 

Christian Gillman, (for John Zimmerman). 

Philip Hornfious. 

Jacob Weiss, (for Rinehart). 



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REGIMENT PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER 
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OF THE GOVERNOR, DATED 26TH AUGUST, 1814. 



Captain. 
Henry Doebler. 

Lieutenant. 
Jacob Embich. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



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Ensign. 
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Sergeants. 

And'w D. Hubley. 
Sam'l Embich. 
George Karch. 
Martin Yensell. 

Corporals. 

John Johnson. 
Jacob Shindel. 

John Wirth. 
Philip Embich. 



Privates. 



Christian Seigrist. 
Henry Rann. 
William Stoever. 
Abraham Embich. 
Frank Mason. 
Mathias Greenawalt. 
Isaac Hoves. 
William Pousler. 
Michael Wain. 
Philip Greenawalt, 
John Geissaman. 
Peter Ellinger. 
Henry Mayer. 
Joseph Schnee. 
Michael Uhler. 
Hugh Wilson. 
James Marshall. 
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John Rinale. 
John Hamilton. 
Joseph Shomo. 
Samuel McCullough. 



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Joseph Yeager. 
Jacob Bricker. 
Peter Grove. 
.John Hefflefinger. 
Jacob Weiss. 
George Garrett. 
Henry Dubs. 
David Hoffman. 
George Shindel. 
John Rewalt. 
Tobias Rinale. 
David Mellinger. 
Christian Miller. 
Lewis Doebler. 
Sam'l Mellinger. 
George Rinale. 
John McClout. 
Sam'l Beckley. 
Christian Gillman. 
Philip Honsflous. 



Musicians. 

John Mellinger. 
Will'm Hefflefinger. 



S72 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

I Certify that the foregoing is a correct Return of the men 
under my command. Witness my hand this 15th Sept. 1814. 
HENRY DOEBLER, Calpt. 

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877 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED BY 
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OF COLONEL MAXWELL KENNEDY WHO RENDEZ- 
VOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER OP 
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Names and Rank. 

Captain. 
John Elder, Commencement of Service 1st Sept. 

Lieutenant. 
William Reed. 

Ensign. 
Henry W. Conrod. 

Sergeants. 

Jacob Stough. 

Daniel Hess. 

Jacob Walburn. 

George Shive. 

Corporal. 

John Regel. 

George Christ. 

John Miller. 

Henry Reynold. 



Privates. 



Conrod Shrefler. 
George Wolheber. 
John Snyder. 
Adam Reed. 
Jacob Stall. 
Jacob Stingle. 
John Brown. 



John Stub. 
Daniel Schoch. 
Christ Meyswender. 
Henry Gebhart. 
John Aman. 
John Wert. 
Abraham Shaffer. 



878 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Philip Whitman. 
John Wenrich. 
John Shaffer. 
John Stoner. 
Daniel Upenhour. 
Abraham Bates. 
Martin Walburn. 
Henry Deater. 
Peter Dinger. 
Benj. Bartow. 
John Snyder, Sr. 
John Hide. 
Volentin Banny. 
Peter Weaver. 
Michael Miller. 
John Duble. 
John Haag. 
John Sebauch. 
Jacob Rochrer. 
John Houtz. 



Michael Haverling. 
Henry Bare. 
Abraham Keefer. 
John Boneywits. 
John Bartorff. 
Michael Trane. 
John Bender. 
Michael Miller. 
John Werts. 
Jacob Leynenger. 
Jacob Shade. 
Daniel Aman. 
Phillip Willhalm. 
Andraw Schrich. 
Samuel Shade Jun. 
Peter Lutz. 
Jonathan Zethman 
Jacob Roiich. 
Adam Zerbe. 
Phillip Schwalm. 



WAR OF 1812-1514. 



879 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED 
BY CAPTAIN JOHN ELDER OF THE 95TH REGIMENT, 
PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER THE COM- 
MAND OF COLONEL COCHRAN WHO RENDEZVOUSED 
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RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED 
BY CAPTAIN JOHN ELDER OF THE 95TH REGIMENT. 
— Continued. 




Daniel Umpehouser, 
Abraham Bates, ... 
Martin Walborn, ... 

Henry Dealer 

Peter Dinger 

Bang. Bartaw, 

.John Snyder, 

John Hide 

Valentin Banny, ... 

Peter Weaver 

Michal Miller, 

John Duble 

John Haag 

John Sebauch 

Jacob Roehrer, 

John Houtz 

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Henry Bare 

Abraham Keefer, ... 

John Bonewitz 

Michal Trane 

John Bender 

Michal Miller 

John Wert.s 

Jacob Leynenger 

Jacob Shadle 

Daneal Aman 

Phillip Wiihilm 

Andraw Sehrich 

Samuel Shade, Juif., 

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P\Y ROLL OF A COMPANY OF VOLUNTEERS COM- 
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REGIMENT PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER 
THE COMMAND OF COLONEL KENNEDY WHO REN- 
DEZVOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER 
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Capt. 

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Ensign. 
Adam Ross. 

Drummer. 
Henry Isett. 

Fifer. 
Thomas Byram. 

Serjts. 

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2nd. Abraham Crosby. 

3rd. Alex'r Glasgow. 

4th. Wm. McCurdy. 

Corporals. 

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3rd. Mordecai Boom. 

4th. Edward James. 



John Midlam. 
Joseph Medium. 
Griffith Green. 
Henry Erles. 
Andrew Johnston. 
James Brickly. 



Privates. 

Albert Weingarten. 
John Weingarden. 
Edward Hughes. 
Alexander Lytte. 
William Gibson. 
Conrad Nichols. 



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887 



Thomas Ridge. 
Adam Wilhelm. 
Thomas Best. 
George Lefever. 
James Ramsey. 
John Bryan. 
Saml. Carson. 
John Over. 
David Over. 
V/illiam Wade. 
Aaron Lukens. 
Jesse Lukens. 
Joseph Lukens. 
Henry Myer. 
Philip Conkle. 
John Cook. 
John Berryman. 
George Hiney. 
Peter Miller. 
John Porter. 
Wendal Bomgartner. 
Thomas Fulton. 
Samuel Geistwite. 
Joseph Gistwite. 
John Ferguson. 
Daniel Baker. 
William Weaver. 
George Rupley. 
George Flasher. 
Peter Burns. 
James Campbell. 



William Widlum. 
Samuel Reem. 
George Fare. 
Wm. Scott. 
Jacob Shirts. 
William Baxter. 
Benjamin Murphy. 
Jacob Heiser. 
Daniel Thomas. 
John Price. 
George Wiant. 
John Cowhick. 
James Murey. 
Peter Aubert. 
King Reed. 
Thomas Blake. 
Thomas Woods. 
Joseph Finarty. 
James Peling. 
John Waggoner. 
John Linton. 
James McNamee. 
Henry C. Meyer. 
James White. 
Henry Wannaker. 
Isaac Casebolt. 
George Sheffer. 
Archd. McNeal. 
Lewis feeble. 
Jonathan Jones. 
Robert Scott. 



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NATH'NL WATSON. 
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Roll of my Company. 
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888 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS 

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MAND OF-COLONEL WHO RENDEZVOUSED 

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ERNOR DATED 26TH, AUGUST, 1814. 



Richard Knight. 
Philip Kline. 
George Roberts. 
Josia McConnel. 
John Carson. 
Jonathan Bolez. 
Mathies Croll. 
John Jonston. 
Peter Sworts. 
T. C. Ritemyer. 
Rich'd Updegrof. 
George hommer, 
Ab'r Saul. 
William onks. 
David Wever. 
Andrew homer. 
Michel Isenhede. 
William orth. 
Andrew herrof. 
Ludwick pretz. 
John Gorwrick. 
Philip Gaul. 
John Wilson. 
Michel Stwair. 
Samul Hening. 
John Roud. 
Hennery Miller. 
William Smith. 
Georg Frey. 
Jno. Blawser. 
Henery Miller. 
Jacob Cosel. 
Sam'l McTntire. 



James Kilhoon. 
William Kilhoon. 
Daniel Shull. 
Gorge arick. 
Daniel Bowman. 
Samuel Sawl. 
Jacob Wolf. 
Samuel Wetsel. 
Henery Myers. 
Josep Litner. 
John Books. 
John Yenks. 
George Miller. 
William Patrick. 
John Ealey. 
Jacob Keller. 
Martin Lease. 
Jacob Baker. 
Hugh Waid. 
William Milssed. 
Peter Reel. 
Peter Blauser. 
John Zimmerman. 
Jacob Shray. 
George Wise. 
Samson hains. 
Peter Money. 
Abram Swarts. 
George Myers. 
William Miller. 
Christ. Kopp. 
James Duncan. 
William Duncan. 



I certify the foregoing to be a correct Roll of my Company. 
RICH'D KNIGHT, Capt. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 889 

RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN RICH'D KNIGHT OF THE 

REGIMENT PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER 
THE COMMAND OF COLONEL KENNEDY WHO REN- 
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PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEE^RS. 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN RICH'D KNIGHT.— Continued. 



43 Henery Myers, .. 

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47 George Miller, .. 

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PAY RoLl of a COMPANY OF VOLUNTEERS COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN BENJAMIN LESHER OP THE 
1ST REGIMENT PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UN- 
DER THE COMMAND OF COLONEL COCHRAN WHO 
RENDEZVOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL OR- 
DER OF THE GOVERNOR, DATED 26TH AUGUST, 1814. 



Commencement of Service 30lh Aug. 1814. 

Capt. 
Benjamin Lestier. 

Lieut. 
Daniel Leitner. 

Ensign. 
Peter C. Frelinghouser. 

Sargts. 
1st. Benjamin Beshor. 

2d. Jonas fortny. 
ord. Jacob Achabach. 
4th. Adam Wommer. 

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2d. Martin Behney. 

3rd. John Stely. 
4th. George Shengel. 



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William Weidel. 
Henry Lantz. 
Nicolos Silfos. 
George Larch. 
John Feltz. 
Henry Eisenhour. 
Lenart fege. 

George . 

Frederick Wetzel. 
Peter Fege. 
Joseph Fearer. 



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George Derkes. 
Henry Bering. 
Jacob Wetzel. 
HEenry Felty. 
George Shuey. 
David Copp. 
John Huber. 
Christcfel Siler. 
Henry Myer. 
George Fisher. 
George Clamens. 
Frederick Wolf, 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 895 

John Winder. George Ritter. 

George Obtigrof. John Shnebly. 

Martin Eisenhour. Jacob Wagner. 

Thomas Ehler. George Bush. 

John Kolsabbe. Ludwig Kobb. 

Jacob Haffa. Henry Lontz. 
Daniel Kungelman. 

I Certify the foregoing to be a Correct Roll of my Company. 
BENJAMIN LESHER, Capt. 
Test. 

NATH'NE WATSON, 
Maj. Gen'l Penna. Militia. 



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September 9th, 1814. 

JOHN B. MOORHEAD, Capt. 



Captain. 
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Andrew Frazer. 
Robert Moorhead. 
John Cromwell. 
William Quig. 
Thomas H. Moore. 
John Welsh. 
Joseph Wheeler. 
William Willson. 
Benjamin Myer. 
Samuel Pearson. 
John Wallace. 
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Jacob Bear. 
Edward Shannon. 
James Cowden. 
John Gilchrist. 



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Deitrick Fishburn. 
William Hammil. 

Simon Louer. 

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Thomas Ramsey. 

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Joseph Sterrett. 
Andrew Welsh. 
Matthew B. Cowden. 
Allen Sturgeon. 
John Haverstick. 
Joseph Simmons. 
David Espey. 
John F. Brown. 
George Anghst. 
Thomas McKissick. 
John W. Simonton. 
Jacob Zhent. 
Robert Sturgeon. 
Anthony Blessly.. 



904 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

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Henry Hollsman. Reuben Collins. 

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Archibald E. Burnett. 



A TRUE RETURN OF THE HUMMELSTOWN LIGHT IN- 
FANTRY WHO ENTERED THE UNITED STATES SER- 
VICE ON A TOUR OF DUTY COMMENCING THE 1ST. 
SEPTEMBER 1814. 



Captain. 
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Lieutenant. 
John Manly, 78th Regt. 

Ensign. 
David Habel, 78th Regt. 

Sergeants. 
1. John McCord, 78th Regt. 

2. Deitrick Fishburn, 78th Regt. 

3. WilliaDQ Hammil, 78th Regt. 
4. Simon Louer, 78th Regt. 

Corporals. 

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2. Francis Drummond, 78th Regt. 

3. Thomas McNair, 78th Regt. 

4. Thomas Ramsey, 7Sth Regt. 



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Robert Moorhead, 78 Regt. 
John Cromwell, 78 Regt. 
William Quig, 78 Regt. 
Thomas H. Moore, 78 Regt. 
John Welsh, 78 Regt. 
Joseph Wheeler, 78 Regt. 
William Willson, 78 Regt. 
Benjamin Myer, 78 Regt. 
Samuel Pearson, 78 Regt. 
John Wallace, 78 Regt. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 905 

John Pollock, 78 Regt. 
Jacob Bear, 78 Regt. 
Edward Shannon, 78 Regt. 
James Cowden, 66th Regt. 
John Gilchist, 66th Regt. 
Andrew Stephen, 66th Regt. 
Joseph Sterret, 78th Regt. 
Andrew Welsh, 78th Regt. 
Matthew B. Cowden, 66th Regt. 
Allen Sturgeon, 78th Regt. 
John Haverstick, 66th Regt. 
Joseph Simmons, 66th Regt. 
David Bspey, 66th Regt. 
David Unger, 66th Regt. 
John F. Brown, 66th Regt. 
George Anghst, 7Slh Regt. 
Thomas McKissick, 78th Regt. 
John W. Simonton, 78th Regt. 
Jacob Zhent, 78th Regt. 
Robert Sturgeon, 78th Regt. 
George W. Forster, 78th Regt. 
Henry Hollsman, 7Sth Regt. 
John Cross, 7Sth Regt. 
Archibald E. Burnet, 78th Regt. 
Jacob Enk, 78th Regt. 
Reuben Collins, 78th Regt. 

Return of the Absentees of Hummelstown Light Infantry or 
those who did not March on said Tonr of duty. 

John Quig, 78th Regt. 
Thomas Simonton, 78th Regt. 
Samuel Smith, 7Sth Regt. 
Jacob Dooey, 78th Regt. 

John F. Brown entered said company as Substitute for Wil- 
liam Espey, 66th Regt. 
Jacob Zhent, Substitute for Jacob Lingle. 78th Regt. 
Henry Hollsman, Substitute for Henry Ryder, 78th Regt. 
Reuben Collins, Substitute for John Snodgrass, 78th Regt. 
Anthony Blessly, a private in said Company, Deserted from 
Hummelstown September 4th. 
I certify the above to be a true Return. 

JOHN B. MOORHEAD, Capt. 
Camp York, Sept'b'r 16th 1814. 
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RECEIPT ROLL OP A COMPANY OF VOLUNTEERS COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN T. WALKER OF THE 66 REG- 
IMENT PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF COLONEL , WHO RENDEZ- 
VOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER OF 
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Dubbs, Jacob, 



Holman, Samuel, 
Stine. George, . 



26th Aug., 1S14, 



Serjts. 

1st. Allison, William, 

2d. Beatty, Geo 26th Aug., ISlt. 

3rd. Frazer, John ^"h .\ug., 1814, 



26th Aug., 1814, 
26th Aug., 1814, 



Corporals. ; 

1st. Fisher, John ^'^ Aug., 1814, 

2d. Brvan, Wm 26th Aug., 1814, 

3rd. Adams, Richard f j^ ^^^^- ]l]'' 

4th. Boyer, George ^"^^ ^^"^- ''''' 



2«th Aug., 1814, 



26th Aug., 1,S14, 
26th Aug., 1814, 



Roberts, John 
Young, John, 



Privates. 26th Aug., 1814, 

I 26th Aug., 1814, 

26th Aug., 1814, 

Messing i 26th Aug., 1814, 

Kroberger, John H , 25th Aug., 

Go-od, Martin 1 jijth Aug., 

Heisley, George J ] 2ah Aug., 

Rupley j 2:th Aug.,' 

Rahm, Jacob 2oth .\ug., 

Anderson 2Sth Aug., 

Sheffy, John i 26th Aug., 1814, 

Zearing, John I v.lth Aug.. 1814, 

Deemer, John 2Cth Aug., 1814, 

Meek, Jacob : 26th Aug., 1814, 

Stahl, John I 26th Aug., 1814, 



1814, 
1814, 
1814, 
1814, 
1814, 
1814, 



WAR OF 1S12-1814. 



911 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF VOLUNTEERS COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN T. WALKER OF THE 66 REG- 
IMENT.— Continued. 



Mcllwaine, Hugh. .. 

Slough, Jacob 

Wright, J. C, 

Wain, W 

Miller, Dan'l 

Zollinger, Jacob 

Sawyer 

Fields, Michael 

Skinner, Robt. .T., ... 
Koehler, George F., 

Kunkel, John 

'Jackson, Alexander, 

Gleason, A. W 

Officer, James 

Henry, James, 

Durang, Charles, ... 
Durang, Richard F. , 

Cole, George 

Moyer, G. C. , 

Williams, John C, 
Jackson, .Joseph, ... 

Kuhn, Jacob 

Ball, Austin 

Wilson, Henry 

Bauchman, Jacob, .. 

Awl, .." 

Shellcut. I'^zfkiel. .. 

Sample, Jrihn 

Harper, William, .. 

Elder, Joshua 

McBay, Wm 

Zimmerman 

Wallis, Jno. L 

Crabb, H 

Jontz, Jno 

Wunder. Samuel 

Carson, C 

Jackson, James 

McGuier, Isaac 

Himmelright, Sam'l, 
Ockerman, George, 
Stevenson, Robert, . 
Minshall, 'rtiomas, . 
Wilkins, Robt. B., . 
Steinman, Jacub, ... 
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912 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF VOLUNTEERS COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN T. WALKER OF THE 66 REG- 
IMENT.— Continued. 



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26th Aug., 
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CAPTAIN MICHAEL SPANGLER'S CO. 



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WAR OF 1812-1814. 



9L7 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE COMPANY COMMANDED BY 
CAPT. M. H. SPANGLBR, AS IT MARCHED FROM THIS 
PLACE ON THE 29TH OF AUGUST 1811. 



Commissioned Officers. 

I. M. H. Spangler. 

2. Jacob Barnitz. 

3. John McCurdy. 
4. G. F. Doll. 

Musicians. 

5. J. A. Leitner. 

6. Daniel Small. 

7. G. P. Kurtz. 

Nou-Commissioned Officers. 

8. John Hay. 
9. John Kuntz. 

10. Charles Kurtz. 

II. Joseph Schall. 
12. David Wilson. 

13. Adam King. 

14. Daniel Updegraff. 

15. Michael Hahn. 



16. Peter Lanius. 

17. Charles Stuck. 

18. Daniel Heckert. 

19. J. W. Altemus. 

20. Jacob Sheffer. 

21. G. W. Spangler. 

22. David Trimble. 

23. Jacob Lottman. 

24. James Gibson. 

25. James S. Connelly. 

26. Hugh Stewart. 

27. Henry Sleeger. 

28. Hugh Ingram. 

29. Peter Siers. 

30. Thomas Thompson. 

31. John Brickel. 

32. Jacob Reisinger. 



Privates. 

33. Chester Smith. 

34. Thomas Miller. 

35. William Burns. 

36. E. W. Murphy. 

37. Jacob Lehman. 

38. Jacob Glessner. 

39. Robert Pierson. 

40. Daniel Baumgardner. 

41. Emanuel Raab. 

42. Jacob Wiesenthal. 

43. Jacob Frey. 

44. Jacob Rupp. 

45. Frederick Witz. 

46. Grafton Duvall. 

47. Frederick Kercher. 

48. George Dunn. 

49. John M'Clean. 



918 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



50. Samuel Hays. 

51. .Tacob Noell. 

52. George Beard. 

53. George Ilgenfritz. 

54. George Holter. 

55. Michael Miller. 

56. Christian Eshbach. 

57. Joseph Woodyear. 

58. Joseph Kerr. 

59. John Devine. 

60. Anthony T. Burns. 

61. Daniel Coyle. 

62. John M'Anulty. 

63. John Tayler. 

64. Jacob Levan. 

65. Peter O'Conner. 

66. Peter Grimes. 

67. Hugh McAleer. 

68. Charles Stroman. 

69. John Fisher. 

70. Jacob Gartner. 

71. Enoch Thompson. 

72. Abraham Keller. 

73. Henry Wolf. 



74. Jacob Herbst. 

75. David Kauffman. 

76. George Reisinger. 

77. H. McAleer. 

78. G. M. Leitner. 

79. George Brickel. 

80. Jacob Stoehr. 

81. Henry Mundorff. 

82. William Warson. 

83. Richard Coody. 

84. Joseph M'Konniken. 

85. Walter Bull. 

86. John Sinn. 

87. David Hoffart. 

88. Dennis Kearney. 

89. Hugh McCosker. 

90. Peter Cooker. 

91. John Bryon. 

92. James Dugan. 

93. George Laub. 

94. William Nes. 

95. Aaron Holt. 

96. John Giesey. 

97. Andrew Kauffman. 



Headquarters, Baltimore, ' 
September, 20, 1814. 

"Captain Spangler and his company of volunteers from 
York, Pa., having honorably performed the tour of duty for 
which they had offered their services, are hereby permitted to 
return to their homes. In taking leave of this gallant corps, 
the major general commanding has great pleasure in bearing 
testimony to the undaunted courage they displayed in the 
affair of the 12th inst, and in tendering them his thanks for 
the essential aid they contributed towards the defence of the 
city. 

S. SMITH, Maj. Gen. Commanding." 
"Captain Spangler, 

Dear Sir. — Hearing that you are about to depart from our 
city with your brave corps, I cannot do justice to my own 
feeling without expressing the obligations I am under to you 
and them for the promptness with which you uniformly exe- 
cuted my orders, ycur readiness at all times to perform your 
duty and the cool and manly conduct manifested by the officers 
and men under your command during the action with the 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 919 

enemy on the 12th inst. May you all return in health to the 
bosoms of your families, and long enjoy happiness uninter- 
rupted. 1 am, sir, with sentiments of sincere respects your 
humble servant, 

R. K. HEATH, 
1st. Major, 5th reg't." 



Regimental Orders— Fifth Regiment. 

Boiitimore, September 20, 1814. 

Captain Spangler's company of York Volunteers having 
permission to return: to their respective homies, the lieutenjant 
colonel cannot permit them to depart without thanking them 
for their soldier-like and orderly conduct. The few days they 
were attached to the 5th regiment, was a momentous period 
of trial — they not only had to face the dangers of battle, but 
to bear the inclemencies of weather and suffer all the incon- 
veniencies cf fatigue, watching and hunger to which the sol- 
dier is liable in the hour of alarm — these were met and borne 
by them with a manly fortitude, which does them honor and 
entitles them to the gratitude of Baltimore, and particularly 
to the friendship and esteem of the officers and men of the 
5th regiment, which are thus publicly and cheerfully accorded 
to them." 



920 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF VOLUNTEERS COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN MICHAEL SPANGLER OF THE 
1ST REGIMENT PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UN- 
DER THE COMMAND OF COLONEL MAXWELL KEN- 
NEDY WHO RENDEZVOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE 
GENERAL ORDER OF THE GOVERNOR, DATED 26TH 
AUGUST, 1S14. 




Michael Spangler, 

Jacob Barnitz 

John McCurdy 

George F. Doll, 

John Hay 

John Kuntz, 

Charles Kurtz 

Joseph Schall, 

David Wilson, 

Adam King- 

Daniel Updegraff, 

Michael Hahn 

Jerman W. Altemus, 

John Briegle 

George Briegle , 

Willaim Burns, 

Daniel Baumgartner, 

George Beard 

Anthony Burns 

Walter Bull, 

John Burns 

James Connelly 

Daniel Coil 

Richard Goodie 

Dennis Carney 

Peter Cooker 

Grafton Duvall, 

George Dunn 

John Divins 

James Dougan 

Christian Eshbaugh, . 

Jacob Frey 

John Fisher 

James Gibson 

Jacob Glessn«r 

Peter Grimes 

Jacob Gartnier 

Daniel Heckert 



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28th Aug., 
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WAR OF 1812-1814. 



921 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF VOLUNTEERS COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN MICHAEL SPANGLER OF THE 
1ST REGIMENT.— Continued. 







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G«orge Holier 

Jacob Herbs t 

David Hoffart, 

Aaron Holt 

Hugh Ingram 

George Ilgenfritz, ., 
Abraham Keller, ... 
Frederick Kerghers, 

Joseph Kerr, 

David Kaufman, .. 
Andrew Kaufman, . 

John Giese 

Jacob Lavan 

Jacob Lottman 

Jacob Lehman 

George M. Leitner, 

George Laub 

Hugh McCosear, . . . 
Edward M. Murphy 

Thomas Miller 

Michael Miller 

John McClean 

John McAnulty 

Hugh McAleer, Sen., 
Hugh McAleer, Jun. 
Henry Mundorff , . . . 
Joseph McKonighen 

Jacob Noell 

"William Nes 

Samuel Nes 

Peter O' Conner, .... 

Robert Pierson 

Jacob Reisinger, ... 

Emanuel Raup 

Jacob Rupp, 

George Reisinger, . 

Charles Muck 

Jacob Sheffer 

George W. Spangler 

Hugh Stewart 

Henry Stehlieger, . 

Peter Sieres 

Chester Smith 

Charles Stroman, . 



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922 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN MICHAEL 
1ST REGIMENT.— Contiuued. 



VOLUNTEERS COM- 
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David Trimble, ... 
Thomas Thompson, 

John Taylor 

Enoch Thompson, 
Jacob Wisenall, .. 
Frederick Witz, .. 
Joseph Woodyear, 

Henry Wolff 

William Warson, 

John Miller 

William Heckman, 
Joseph Iveitner, . 



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2Sth Aug., 
28th Aug., 
2Sth Aug. , 
28th Aug., 
2Sth Aug., 
2Sth Aug., 



I Certify the foregoing to be a Correct Pay Roll of my Com- 
pany. 

M. H. SPANGLER, Capt. 
Test, 

J. FORSTER, Brig. Gen'i. 



COL. COCHRANS' DETACHMENT. 



(923) 



(924) 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 925 

PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF VOLUNTEERS COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN JACOB AUCHEY OF THE 1ST 
REGIMENT PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER 
THE COMMAND OF COLONEL COCHRAN WHO REN- 
DEZVOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER 
OF THE GOVERNOR, DATED 26TH AUGUST, 1814. 



Captain. 
Jacob Auchey. 

Lieut. 
Hugh Wilson. 

Ensign. 
Adam Steger. 

Sergeants. 

1st. Joseph Hartman. 
Ind. Christian 



Srd. William Hubly. 
4th. William Coil. 

Corporals. 

1st. David Welsh. 

2nd. Isaac Bechtel. 

Srd. Thomas Mitchell. 

4th. Samuel Atkin. 





Fifer. 




Alexander 




Drummer. 




Peter Marx. 




Privates. 


Samuel Keen. 


Samuel Fogle. 


John Loeb. 


Jacoh Uhler. 


Henry Boyer. 


Peter Weis. 


Henry Loeb. 


James Martin. 



926 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Charles Johnson. 
Henry Ott. 
Francis Day. 
Samuel Bowman. 
George Achey. 
Henry Dietrich. 
Samuel Reed. 
Joshua France. 
Tobias Kreider. 
John Smith. 
Jacob Miller. 
Paul Boger. 
Henry Kershling. 
Peter Daub. 
Abram Bleistine. 



Jacob Daub. 
Peter Fox. 
Jacob Hamuth. 

Anthony 

Jacob Thomas. 
John Hower. 
Peter Achey. 
Thomas Bishop. 
James Lowry. 
Jacob Steger. 
Samuel Reis. 
Alexdr. Dimey. 
David McKarhan. 
Cyrus Lewis. 
Christian Dietrich. 



Certify the foregoing to be a Correct Roll of my Com- 



pany. 

Test, 

NATHL. WATSON, 
Major Genl. P. Militia. 



JACOB ACHEY, Capt. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



927 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF VOLNTEERS COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN JACOB AUCHEY OF THE 1ST 
REGIMENT PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER 
THE COxMMAND OF COLONEL COCHRAN WHO REN- 
DEZVOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER 
OF THE GOVERNOR, DATED 26TH AUGUST, 1814. 




Captain. 
Jacob Auchev, 


KOth Aug 1S14 


2 Doll. 


f IJ'.ll 


Lieut. 
Hugh Wilson 




Ensign. 








Serjeants. 








2nci. Christian Stitzer, 








3rd. William Hubly 








4th. William Coil 









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4th. Samuel Atkins, 








Fifer. 
Alexander Drumens 








Drummer. 
Peter Marx 








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Samuel Pogle 








Jacob rhler 








Peter Weise 








James Martin 








Challes Johnson 




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George Achey, 










928 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OE' VOLNTEERS COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN JACOB AUCHEY OF THE 1ST 

REGIMENT.— Continued. 



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Henry TDietrich, 
Samuel Reed, ... 
Joshua France, 
Tobias Kreider, 

John Smith 

Jacob Miller, — 

Paul Boger 

Henry Kershling, 

Peter Daub, 

Abr'm Bleistine, 

Jacob Daub 

Peter Fox 

Jacob Hamuth, . 

Anthony 

Jacob Thomas, . . . 

John Hower 

Peter Achey 

Thomas Bishop, . 

James Ix)wry 

Jacob Steger 

Samuel Reis 

Alexdr. Dimey, . 
David McKarhan, 
Cyrus Lewis, 
Christ' n Dietrich. 



WAR OP 1812-1814. 



92» 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF VOLUNTEERS COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN JOHN B. MOORHEAD OF THE 
REGIMENT PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER 
THE COMMAND OF COLONEL COCHRAN WHO RENDEZ- 
VOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER OP 
THE GOVERNOR DATED 26TH, AUGUST 1814. 



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John B. Morehead, . 

John Manly 

David Habel 

John McCord 

Dietrick Fishburn, . 
William Hammel, . . 

Simon Louer 

William McCord, ... 
Francis Drummond, 
Thomas McNair, ... 
Thomas Ramsey, .. 

Andrew Frazer 

Robert Moorhead, .. 
John Cromwell, ..... 

William Quig 

Thomas H. Moore, . 

John Welsh 

Joseph Wheeler 

William Willson, .. 

Benjamin Myer 

Samuel Pearson, ... 
John Wallace 



Captn., .. 

Lieut. 

Ensn. 

1st Sergt. 

2nd Serst. 

3rd Sergt. 

4th Sergt. 

1st Corpl. 

2nd Corpl. 

3rd Corpl. 

4th Corpl. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 



John Pollock Private. 

Jacob Bear, Private. 

Edward Shannon ! Private. 

James Cowden Private. 

John Gilchrist, Private. 

Andrew Stephen, Private. 

Joseph Sterrett, Private. 

Andrew Welsh Private. 

Matthew B. Cowden Private. 

Allen Sturgeon Private. 

John Haverstick, Private. 

Joseph Simmons Private. 

David Espey .• Private. 

David Unger Private. 

John F. Brown Private. 

George Anghst, Private. 

Thomas McKissick Private. 

John H. Simmontori, Private. 

59— Vol. VIII— 6th Ser. 



930 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF VOLUNTEERS COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN JOHN B. MOORHEAD.— Con- 
tinued. 




Jacob Zhent 

Robert Sturgeon, ... 
George McPorster, . 
Henry Hollsman, .. 

John Cross 

Archbd. E. Burnett, 

Jacob Enk 

Reuben Collins, ... 



Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF VOLUNTEERS COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN JOHN B. MOORHEAD OF THE 
REGIMENT PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER 
THE COMMAND OF COLONEL COCHRAN WHO RENDEZ- 
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16. William Willson, .., 

17. Benjamin Myer 

IS. Samuel Pearson 

19. John Wallace 

20. John Pollock 

21. Jacob Bear 

22. Edward Shannon, .. 

23. James Cowden 

24. John Gilchrist 

25. Andrew Stephen, — 
28. Joseph Sterrett 

27. Andrew Welsh 

28. Matthew B. Cowden, 

29. Allen Sturgeon 

30. John Haverstick 

31. Joseph Simmons 

32. David Espey 

33. David Unger 

34. John P. Brown 

35. George Anghst, 

36. Thomas McKissick, , 

37. John W. Simonton, . 

38. Jacob Zhent 

39. Robert Sturgeon, ... 

40. George W. Forster, 

41. Henry Hollsman, 

42. John Cross 

43. Arch'd E, Burnes, . 

44. Jacob Enk 

45. Reuben Collins 



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I Do hereby Certify that the foregoing is a true Statement 
of the number of men belonging to my Company. 

JOHN B. MOORHEAD, Capt. 
Test. 

NATHU WATSON, 

Major Genl. Penna. Militia. 
45 non commissioned oflicers privates 
6 



270 Dolls. 



952 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

A ROLL OF THE OFFICERS AND PRIVATES OF A DE- 
TACHMENT OF MILITIA FROM THE 152ND. REG'T 
PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA NOW MARCHING TO YORK 
TOWN PENNA. 



LI. Col. William Cochran. 

Ajut. James Steward. 

Qr. Master, Michael Shiier. 

Surgeon, Jacob Johnson. 

First Class. 

Capt. Henry Shultz. 
Lieut. Daniel Hoffman. 

Non Commissioned officers & privates. 



John Haverstick. 

Casper Rahn, 1st. Sargant. 

Henry Priser. 

Philip Kline. 

John Mather. 

Thomas Busby. 

Joseph Brubeker. 

John Ettinger. 

Armstrong Cambell. 

Abraham Frank. 

Jess Novinger. 

Henery Long. 

Jacob Snider. 

Nicholas Hetrick. 

Peter Swagart. 

John Ressman. 

Peter Hower. 

Jacob Swab. 

John Sponsler. 

William Ross, 2nd Serg. 

John Bumbagh. 

James Cambell. 

John Brooks. 

John Bell. 

Daniel Haines. 

John Keesinger. 



WAR OP 1812-1S14. 

Conrad Otto. 

Frederick Mayers. 

Jacob low. 

Joseph Lewis. 

John Setzler. 

Daniel Kreamer. 

George Shura. 

George Sheesly. 

Christian Kensel. 

Christian Mayer. 

John Etlinger. 

James Bell. 

Thomas Gery. 

Abraham Leedde, 3d. Sergt. 

Henry Varley, sub. 

Wm. PofRnberger. 

Publick property, Muskets seven. 

Camp Kettles four. 

Blankets wanted in the above camp ten 

Knapsacks none wanted. 



Second Class 152d Reg't. 



Capt. Jacob Detrick. 
Lt. Wm. Reed. 
Ens. John Meek. 

Peter Lebo. 

John Matter. 

Peter Sassman, 3rd. Serg. 

Elijah Matter. 

Jooas Shofstall, 2d. Corp. 

George Minich, 3d. Corp. 

Christian Matter. 

Jacob Detrick, 2d. Serg. 

James Woodsides. 

Henery Goodman. 

Soloman Shofestall. 

Christian Snoke. 

George Shoop. 

Ludwick Powel. 



Privates. 



934 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Adam Swartz. 

Joseph Workman. 

John Powel, 3d. Sergt. 

George Snoke. 

John Holsman. 

Andrew Rigle, 1st. Corp. 

Stophel Larich. 

John Garman. 

William Wilson, 1st. Serg. 

John Copelantz. 

Nicholas Hoffman. 

Joel Ferree. 

Henery Daniel. 

Henery Siddle. 

John Russia. 

John Hoffman. 

David Dedee. 

Jacob Gray, 4th. Corp. 

Jacob Meek. 

Christian Massoner. 

34 nou commissioned officers & privates. 

Publick Property. 

Muskets . 

Bayonets, eight. 

Camp Kettles, four. 

Canteens, Six. 

Knapsacks, none wanted. 

Blankets Wanted in the above camp, Six. 



Third Class. 

Capt. Adam Light. 

Lieut. Joseph Miller. 

Ens. James Wells. 

Privates. 



William Miller, sub John Noll. 

Daniel Flisher. 

John Ritzman. 

Philip Shott, sub Ch. Shott. 

George Lebo. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 5)35 

Jacob Hoke. 

Peter Miuick. 

Lewis Powel, sub. 

Peter Warner, 1st. Sergt. sub .T"s Warner. 

Jonathan Woodsides, Drumer. 

Conrad Kemple. 

Michael Lenkert. 

James Gardner, sub. 

Abraham Bixler, 2d. Sergt. 

Jacob Dunkle. 

Daniel Chubb. 

William Snider. 

John Snider. 

John Novinger. 

Benjamin Riter. 

Thomas Short is. 

Henry Metz. 

Jacob Andrews, Sub. 

Henery Umholtz. 

Peter Hoffman. 

Daniel Essman, sub. 

John Rycart. 

Henery Koch. 

Isaac Novinger. 

Adam Bower. 

Rheuben Ossman. 

Henery Shroy. 

Andrew Ossman, sub. 

John Shive, fife major. 

Publick Property. 

Muskets & Bayonets, seven. 

Camp Kettles, four. 

Canteens, six. 

Blankets wanted in the above company— twelve. 

Knapsacks, none wanted. 

One Drum wantin a new cord. 



Fourth Class. 

Capt. Philip Federhoff. 

Lieut. Thomas Vv^oodsides. 

Ens. Jacob Baker. 



936 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Jacob Baughman, 1st. Sergt. 
John Wise, 2iid. Sergt. 
John Winn, 3rd. Sergt. 
George Fedderheff, 4th. Sergt, 
Henery Frank, 1st. Corp. 
Philip Endrews, 2nd. Corp. 
James Howard, 3d. Corp. 
John Hoffman, 4th. Corp. 



Privates 



John Franklin. 

Fredrick Focht. 

Adam France. 

George Matter. 

Peter Yertz. 

George Casper. 

Denis Harding, sub. 

John Vert. 

Joseph Shoop. 

Philip Umberger. 

John Frank. 

George Dunkle. 

Adam Loudermilich. 

Jacob Birod, Drumer. 

Christian Louer. 

Jacob Werfel. 
Jaooib Powell. 

John Redel. 

Jacob Harman. 

Jacob Bordner. 
Stophel Yeager. 
Jacob Yeager 
Henery Niece. 
Wm. Ellet. 
Peter Willier. 
David Fegle. 
Ludwick Shoffstall. 
Jacob Ritzman. 
Peter Rumberger. 
Daniel Harman. 
Henry Hipsher. 
Jerimiah Chabell. 
Peter Rist. 
Jacob Shoop, sub. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 937 

George Weaver, sub John Weaver. 

Non commisioiied Officer and no napsacks wanted. Privates 
43. 

Public Property, 
ten Muskets, 
nine Bayonets. 
Camp Kettles — five. 
Canteens — eight. 
Blankets wanted fifteen in the above comp. 



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MUSTER ROLL OF THE FIELD AND STAFF OFFICERS. 
OF THE 2D REG'T 1ST BRIG. OF PENN'A MILITIA IN 
THE ACTUAL SERVICE OF THE U. S. COMMANDED BY 
LT. COL. ADAM RITSCHER AT YORK, PA. 1814. 

Commencement of Service — 2d Sept'r 1814. 
ExpiraLion of Expiration — 5 March 1815. 
Place of Rendevouz — York, Pa. 






Adam Ritseher, ... 

Wm. Allison 

David Fisher 

Wm. Yause 

Jno. Uliler 

Jno. Eberle 

Jno. Hentzflman, . 
Saml. Wiestling', . 

F. W. Stites 

Hummel. .. 

Philip Yrungblood, 
Christian Korp, ... 



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S. Mate, ... 
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true stale of the Jield and staff officers of the Reg. of In- 
fantry in the actual service of the U. S. commanded by Lt. 
Col. Adam Ritseher for the period herein expressed and that 
the remarks opposite the officers names are accurate & just. 

ADAM RITSCHER, 
Lieut. Col. 2d Reg't 1st Brigade Penn'a M. 



I certify on honor that the within muster roll exhibits the 
true staie of the field and staff officers of the reg't of infantry 
commanded by Lt. Col. Adam Ritseher in the actual service 
of the U. S. 

JNO. M. FORSTER, 
Brig. Major & Inspector 1st Brig. P. M. 



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PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



ESTIMATE OP THE PAY, SUBSISTENCE, FORAGE, SER- 
VANTS CLOTHING OF THE 2D REGT. 1ST BRIGADE 
PENNA. MILITIA OP WHICH ANDREW NOBLE IS 
PAYMASTER PROM THE FIRST DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 
1814 TO THE FOURTH DAY OF DECEMBER 1814 
FOUNDED ON THE ACTUAL NUMBER OF SAID 
TROOPS. 



Description & enumerallon 
of troops. 





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Lieutenant Col 

I Majors 

Adjutant & Lieut 

Quarter Master & Lisut.,. 
Paymaster and Ensign, .. 

Surgeon 

Surgeon Mates 

Sergeant Major 

Quarter Mr. Sergeant, 

Principal Musicians 

Captains 

First Lieutenants, 

Ensigns, 

Sergeants 

Corporals 

Musicians 

Privates 

Waiters in the Held & 
staff 



$iS7 74 


312 90 


123 87 


123 S7 


93 87 


187 74 


281 CO 


37 5-4 


37 54 


fiS 82 


1,12G 44 


84 4 S3 


500 64 


1,238 76 


1,126 OS 


2:3 44 


13,215 84 


50 06 


5il9,811 58 



$93 CO 
152 00 
57 00 
57 00 
57 00 
57 00 
76 00 
76 CO 



$75 09 

i.-o 00 

50 06 
50 06 
50 06 
50 06 
ICO 12 



513 00 
513 00 
450 00 



$19,811 58 $2,071 CO $525 45 $18 94 $22,426 97 



$357 83 
614 9> 
230 93 
230 33 
2*) 93 
294 OO 
457 72 

37 5( 

68 82 

1,639 44 

1,357 S3 

956 64 

1,23S 76 

1,126 OS 

253 44 

13,215 84 

107 00 



I certify on honor that the foregoing estimate is founded 
on the best data as to the actual numher of troops in my 
Regiment, that I have been able to obtain and according to 
that data, is an accurate and true estimate given under my 
hand this third day of December 1814 at Baltimore in the 
State of Maryland. 

Andrew Nohle, 
Paymaster of 2d Regt. 1st. Brig. P. M. 

Harrisburg, Pa., May 9th, 1904. 

To Whom It May Concern: — 

I hereby certify that the Pay Roll on the opposite side of 
this page is a verbatim copy, the Original of which is in the 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



951 



possession of Mr. Andrew Noble ol Christiana, Lancaster Co., 
Pa. who loaned the Roll to this Department. 

In testimony whereof I hereby affix the Seal of this De- 
partment. 

LUTHER R. KELKER 
Cuctodian of Public Records 
Penna. State Library. 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY IN THE 
ACTUAL SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES COM- 
MANDED BY CAPT. JACOB DIETRICH IN THE SECOND 
REGIMENT OF PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF LIEUT. COL. RICHARD FROM 5TH SEPT. 
1814 TO THE 5TH DECEMBER, 1814. 

Date of last muster, Oct. 31, 1814. 
Expiration of service, Dec. 5, 1814. 
Place of Residence, Dauphin County. 
Place of Rendezvous, York, Pa. 
Place of Discharge, Baltimore. 



S .S 



Capt. 
Jacob Dietrich. .. 

Lieut. 
Daniel Hofman, . 

Ensign. 
Christian Kinscl, 
Sergts. 
Wilson William, 
Dietrich, Jacob, . 
Sossaman Peter, . 

Paul John, 

Corporals. 

Ressel, John 

Shoffstal Jonas, . 
Gerrey Thomas, . 
Leety, Abraham. . 



53 


101 


54 


10- 


50 


98 


3S 


S6 


53 


101 


64 


112 


54 


102 


54 


102 


C2 


110 


44 


92 


44 


92 



Resigned 20 Oct. having been 

furlough since 25 Sept. 
Furlough Nov. 14. 



952 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OP INFANTRY IN THE 
ACTUAL SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES COM- 
MANDED BY CAPT. JACOB DIETRICH.— Continued. 




Privates. 

Bu.shy Thos 

Brubacker Joseph 

Brumback John 

Brooks John 

Bell John 

Bell James, 

Coplens John 

C'ampel Armstrong 

Campel James 

Cramer Daniel, 

Clinger, Peter 

Daniel Henry 

Ettinger John i 

Ettinger John, 

Frank Abraham 

Ferree Joel, 

Goodman Henry 

Gesseman John 

Garman John 

Hossman John 

Hoffman Nicholas 

Hoffman John 

Hoffman Peter 

Haberstig John 

Hetrick Nicklos. 

Hayer Peter 

Hoen Daniel 

Kuch Stophel 

Long Henry 

Lower Jacob 

Lewis Joseph, 

Lebo Peter, , 

Matter John , 

Mattias Elijah 

Mlnnig George, , 

Matter Christian 

Mack Jacob 

Messner Christian 

Mlnnig Peter 

Mayer Frederick 

Mayer Christian 

Otto Conrad 



Deserted 30 Sept. 1814. 
Deserted 26 Sept. 1814. 



On furlough Sept. 26. 

Lied 24th Sept. 1S14. 
Died 30 Sept. 1S14. 
On furlough Nov. 26. 



On furlough Sept. 26. 

Dischai-ged 2Sth Sept. 1814. 
Prom. 1st Lieut. Sth Oct. 1814. 



Deserted 26. 



WAR OP 1812-1814. 



952 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY IN THE 
ACTUAL SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES COM- 
MANDED BY CAPT. JACOB DIETRICH.— Continued. 



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1 2 

E e| 

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Prifer Henry 

Paul Ludwig, ... 
Rigel Andrew, ... 
Rhann Casper, . . . 
Ross William, ... 
Shofstal Solomon, 
Snock Christian, . 

Shoop, Geo 

Swigare Adam, .. 

Snoss Geo. 

Seitel Henry 

Snyder Jacob 

Swigare Peter, . . 

Swab Jacob 

Sponsler John, ... 

Setsler John 

Sheesly George, . 
WoodsidC' James, 
Workman Joseph, 



44 


92 


57 


105 


61 


109 


44 


92- 


36 


84 


54 


102 


54 


102 


52 


100 


50 


98 


49 


97 


58 


106 


52 


100 


52 


100 


57 


105 


38 


86 


55 


103 


50 


98 


56 


10* 


63 


111 



Died 25th Oct. 1814. 
On furlough Oct. 31st. 



On furlough from Sept. to Oct. 
26 & since absent without leave. 



Deserted — 5 Privates. 
Dead— 3 Privates. 

We certify on honor that the foregoing Muster Roll exhibits 
the true state of Infantry in the actual service of the United 
States, under the Command of Captain Jacoh Dietrich for the 
period herein expressed and that the remarks opposite the 
men's names are accurate and just. 

JACOB DIETRICH, Capt. 
JOHN EBERLE, Surgeon. 

I certify, on honor, that the foregoing Muster Roll exhibits 
the true state of the Company of Infantry in the actual ser- 
vice of the United States, under the command of Captain 
Jacob Dietrich as mustered by me this third day of December 
1814, in obedience to an order from Maj. Gen. W. Scott. 



954 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFINT IN THE SER- 
VICE OF THE UNITED STATES COMMANDED BY JACOB 
DIETRICH IN THE 2ND. REGT. 1ST. BRIGADE OF PENN- 
SYLVANIA MILITIA UNDER THE COMMAND OF COL- 
ONEL ADAM RITCHERD AT YORK, PENSA. 5TH SEPT. 
A. D. 1814. 

Cotnmeucement of Service, 1st. Sept. 1814. 
Expiration of Service, 5th Mch. 1815. 
Place of Residence, Dauphin County, Pa. 
Place of Rendivous, York. Pa. 



, 


Rank. 


Distance 
in Miles. 




Captain 


53 








Cristian Kintzel 


Ensign, 


50 










2nd Sergt 

3rd Sergt 






64 




54 




1st Corpl 


54 


Shofstall Jones . 


2nd Corpl. 

3rd Corpl 

4th Corpl 


62 


Garv Thomas 


44 




44 


Privates. 


41 






45 






44 






44 


Bell John .. 




44 






37 






38 






as 




' 


38 







50 






64 












44 


Etin°'er John 




44 






50 






55 






54 






60 






38 






58 






58 




:7. 


55 








Habirstlck John 




14 


Hetrick Nicholes 





49 


Hover Peter 




58 


Hean, Daniel 




S8 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



955 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFINT IN THE SER- 
VICE OF THE UNITED STATES COMMANDED BY JACOB 
DIETRICK.— Continued. 



Lark, Stophel 

Long Hendery 

Lower, Jacob 

Lowis, Joseph 

Lobo, Peter, 

Mottor, John 

Mathlas Elgah 

Menigh, George 

Motor, Christian, ... 

Meek, Jacob, 

Masnor, Cristian, ... 

Manigh, Peter 

Moyer, Fi'ederick, . . . 

Moier, Cristian 

Otto, Conrod 

Priser, Hendery, . . . 
Powel, Ludiwick, ... 

Rigglo, Andrew, 

Rowfc-n, Casper 

Ross, William, ....... 

thofestall, So'.lcmon, 
S'noke, Christian, ... 

Shoop, George 

Swigert, Adam 

Snoke, George 

Sidle, Hendery 

Snider, Jacob, 

Swigert, Peter 

Swab, Jacob 

S'poncilor, John 

Setslor, John 

Shiesby, George, . . 
V/ood&ide, James, . 
Workman, Joseph, 



Distance 
in Miles. 



We certify on honor that the foregoing muster roll exhibits 
the true state of the company of infantry in the actual ser- 
vice of the United States under the command of Captain JacoD 
Deitrich for the period hearin expressed and that the remarks 
oposit the men's names are accurate and just. 

JACOB DIETRICH, Capt. 
2nd. Regt., first Brig. Penna. Militia. 
JNO. EBERLE, 
Surgeon 2d. Regt., 1st. Brig. P. M. 

I certify that I have mustered Captain Jacob Dietrick Com- 
pany that this muster roll Exhibits the true State of the 



956 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Same and that the Remarks placed opposite the names of the 
men are accurate and just according to the best of my know- 
ledge and belief. 

JNO. M. FORSTER, 
Brig. Major & Inspector 1st. Brig. Pena. Mil. 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED BY 
CAPTAIN JACOB DETRICH OF THE 2D REGIMENT PER- 
FORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER THE COMMAND 
OF COLONEL RICHARDS WHO RENDEZVOUSED AT 
YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER OP THE GOV- 
ERNOR, DATED 26TH AUGUST, 1814. 



Capt. 
Jacob Detrich. 

Lieut. 
Daniel Hoffman. 

Ensign. 
Christian Cinsel, 

Sergt's. 

Wm. Wilson. 

Jacob Dieterick. 

Peter Sassaman. 

John Powel. 

Corpl's. 

John Russel. 
Jonas Shofstall. 
Thomas Garey. 

Abrm Leedy. 



Peter Lepo. 
John Mater. 
Eliga Matlis. 
George Menich. 
Christian Mater. 



Privates. 

James Woodside. 
Henry Goodman. 
Solomon Shoffstall. 
Christian Snock. 
George Shoop. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



957 



J.eiddy Powel. 
Adam Swagird. 
George Snock. 
Andrew Rigle. 
Stopple Larck. 
John Hoffman. 
John Garman. 
John Caplentz. 
Nicolaus Hoffman. 
Joel Ferree. 
Henry Daniel. 
Henry Seydle. 
John Hoffman. 
David Deedy. 
Jacob Mack. 
Christian Messner. 
Joseph Workman. 
John Hoverstige. 
Casper Rahn. 
Henry Prayser. 
Thomas Busby. 
Joseph Brookacke. 
John Ettinger. 
Armstrong Cambel. 
Abraham Franck. 
Josy Nooinger. 



Henry Long. 
Jacob Snyder. 
Nicolaus Hetrick. 
Peter Sweigerd. 
John Geesaman. 
Peter Hoyer. 
Jacob Swobe. 
John Spontzler. 
William Ross. 
John Bumback. 
James Cample. 
John Brucks. 
John Bell. 
Daniel Hayn. 
Peter Plinger. 
Conrat Otto. 
Frederick Moyer. 
Jacob Lower. 
Joseph Lewis. 
John Setzler. 
Daniel Cramer. 
George Sheesly. 
Christian Moyer. 
John Ettinger. 
James Bell. 

Total Sum $414. 

ADAM RITSCHER, 
Lieut. Col. 2d Regiment. 

I do Certify that the foregoing is a True Statement of the 
Number of Men in my company in Witness Whereof I have 
hereunto Set my hand this Seventeenth day of Sept. 1814. 

JACOB DIETRICH, Capt. 
Test, 

NATH'N WATSON, 
Major Gen'l Penna. Militia. 



1 Certify the foregoing to be 



Correct Roll of my company. 
JACOB DIETRICH, Capt. 



958 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMAND- 
ED BY CAPTAIN JACOB DETRICH OF THE 2D. REGI- 
MENT PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF COLONEL RICHARDS WHO RENDEZ- 
VOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER OF 
THE GOVERNOR, DATED 26TH. AUGUST 1814. 

Commencement of Service — 31st. August. 

Amount paid Non-commissioned officers and privates — $6. 



Captain. 
Jacob Detrich. 

Lieut. 
Daniel Hoffman. 

Ensign. 
Christian Cinsell. 



Sergts. 

1st. William Willson. 

^2nd. Jacob Dietrick, Jr. 

3rd. Peter Sassaman. 

4th. John Paull. 

Corpls. 

1st. John Ressell. 
2nd. Jonas Shoffstall. 
3rd. Thomas Garey. 
4th. Abraham Leedy. 

Privates. 



Peter Lobo. 
John Matter. 
Elijah Mathias. 
George Minnig. 
Christian Matter. 
James Woodside. 
Henry Goodman. 
Solomon Shoffstall. 



Christian Frioge. 
George Shoop. 
Ludwig Powel. 
Adam Sv^'agard. 
George Snock. 
Andrew Rigle. 
Stophle Larck. 
John Hpllsman. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



959 



John Garman. 
John Coplantz. 
Nicolaus Hoffman, 
Joel Feree. 
Henry Daniel. 
Henry Saydle. 
John Hoffman. 
David Deedy. 
Jacob Mack. 
Christian Messner. 
Joseph Workman. 
John Hoverstige. 
Casper Rhawn. 
Henry Priser. 
Thomas Buzby. 
Joseph Broobacker. 
John Ettinger. 
Armstrong Cambel. 
Abraham Franck. 
Jesse Noviger, 
Henry Long. 
Jacob Snyder. 
Nicolaus Hetrick. 



Peter Swaigerd. 
John Gessaman. 
Peter Hager. 
Jacob Swabe. 
John Sponsler. 
William Ross. 
John Bumbaugh. 
James Campbell. 
John Brooks. 
John Bell. 
Daniel Hayn. 
Peter Klinger. 
Conrad Otto. 
Frederick Myers. 
Jacob Lawer. 
Joseph Lewis. 
John Setzler. 
Daniel Cramer. 
George Sheesley. 
Christian Mayer. 
John Ettinger. 
James Bell. 



960 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY IN THE 
ACTUAL SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES, COM- 
MANDED BY CAPT. PHILIP FETTERHOFF IN 2ND. REG- 
IMENT OF PENNA. MILITIA UNDER THE COMMAND OF 
LIEUT. COL. ADAM RITCHER FROM 3 SEPT. 1814 TO 
THE 3 DEC. 1814. 
Date of last muster— 31st Oct. 1814. 
Expiration of service — 5th. Dec. 1814. 
Place of Residence — Dauphin Co. Pa. 
Place of Rendezvous — York. 
Where discharged — Baltimore. 



Captain. 
Philip Felterhoff, ... 

I.ieut. 
Tliomas Woodside, .. 

Kn.sign. 
Sheve John 

Sergts. 
1st. Jacob Baughman 
2nd. Peter Warner, . 

Srd. John Winn 

4th. Fetterhoff, Geo., 

Corpls. 
1st. Frank Henry, .. 
2nd. Enders, Philip, 
Srd. Howard James, 
4th. Hoffman, John, 
Drummer. 

Byrod, Jacob 

Privates. 

Boardner, Jacob 

Chubb, Daniel 

Cooper, George 

Campell, Conrad, . . . 

Dunckel, George, 

Dunckel, Jacob 

Dunckle, John 

Elliot, William 

Franklin, John 

Focght, Frederick, . 

Frantz, Adam 

Frank, John 

Fageley, David 

Fleisher, Daniel 

Gardner, James 

Harding, Dennis, ..., 



46 


94 


51 


99 


46 


94 


50 


9S 


54 


102 


36 


S4 


49 


97 


43 


97 


4S 


96 


46 


94 


57 


105 


43 


91 


57 


105 


43 


91 


53 


101 


49 


99 


46 


94 


46 


94 


46 


94 


43 


91 


43 


91 


43 


91 


55 


103 


51 


99 


60 


lOS 


53 


101 


53 


101 


52 


100 



\ 



Resigned 2nd Oct. 1S14. 



Promoted Seigt. 10 Oct. ISU. 



\ck in hospital. 



On furlough Nov. 10, 1S14. 
On furlough Nov. 10, 1S14. 



Promoted Sergt. 10 Oct. 1S14, 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



901 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY IN THE 
ACTUAL SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES, COM- 
MANDED BY CAPT. PHILIP FETTERHOFF.— Continued. 





Jjist. miles from 
York. 

Uist. miles from 
place of resi- 
dence. 


Remarks. 


Harman, Jacob 


59 
4.) 
50 
55 
C2 
G5 
48 
46 
4S 
53 
54 
55 
52 
58 
36 
52 
51 

50 
52 
63 
53 
54 


107 


Hannan, Daniel 


97 








103 

i:o 

113 
96 
94 
96 
101 
102 
103 
100 
106 
8t 
100 
99 

98 
100 
111 

Ml 
102 




Imshoffstall Lewis 




Kocii, Henry, 

Keites Benjamin 




Lowdermilk Adam 
















Motter George 




Miller. William 




Metz, Henry . 




Neeee Henry 




Novinger, John 








Novinger, Isaac 


29 Oct. 


Ossman, Reuben 












Fowl Lewis 








Rumberger, Peter, 








Reist, Peter 


47 
6.0 
59 
52 
53 
50 
51 
40 
49 
46 
. 59 
69 
50 
55 
40 
50 

57 
57 
57 
57 


97 
lOS 
107 
lOO 
101 

S8 
97 
94 
107 
109 

103 
8S 
9S 
101 
105 
105 
105 
lOT 






Sick in Hospital. 








Shoop, Joseph 




Shott, Philip 


On furlough 24 Nov. 1814. 


Snyder, William 






Shroy, Henry 

Umberger Philip 




Umholtz Henry 


Sick in Hospital. 
Sick in Hospital. 


Willier Peter 


Weaver, George . 




Woodside, Jonathan 










On furlough Sept. 16, 1S14. 


Yeartz Peter 


Ycager S'tophel 


On furlough ""l Nov IS14 






Jeremiah Shappell 

Jolin West 


Discharged 25 S°pt. 1S14. 
Discharged 26 Sept. 1814. 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. FETTERHOFF'S COMPY. 
61— Vol. VIII— 6th Ser. 



962 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY IN THE 
ACTUAL SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES, COM- 
MANDED BY CAPT. PHILIP FETTERHOFF IN THE 2ND 
REGT. 1ST BRIG. OF PENNA. MILITIA UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF LIEUT. COL. ADAM RITCHER AT YORK 
SEPT. oTH, 1814. 

Commencement of Service — Sept. 2, 1814. 
Expiration of Service — Mch. 5, 1815. 
Place of Residence — Dauphin Co. Pa. 
Place of Rendezvous — York. 



» 


Rank. 


Dist. of Ren- 
de z V u s 
from place 
of r e s 1- 
dence. 






46 


Thomas Woodside 


Lieutenant 

Entign , 


51 


John Shive 


51 




1st Sergeant 

and Sergeant,.. . 
3rd Sergeant, ... 
4th Sergeant, .. 

1st Corporal 

2nd Corporal,... 
3rd Corporal,. . . 

4th Corporal 

Drummer 

Fifer 














46 


Henry Frank 


43 


Phillip Enders 


48 




» 46 




57 




4; 






Privates. 




57 


BixltT M.iilrini 




50 


Chulih 1 lanii 1 




4 J 






5-5 
49 






Dun.k. !, i: m;.., 

Dnn.'k'l. .l:i-.:li 





41) 
46 


Peett'v l)avid 




49 


Eliot "WilMam 




4:'. 


Franklin Icilin 




43 


FueslU. Ki,-,l,-ri.-k 




43 












60 


















52 












49 








Hogue, Jacob 







WAR OF 1812-1814. 



963 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY IN THE 
ACTUAL SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES, COM- 
MANDED BY CAPT. PHILIP FETTERHOFF.— Continued. 







Rank. 


Dlst. of Ren- 
de z V u s 

from place 
of r e s i- 
dence. 


Imshoffstall Lewis 




62 


Koch Henry 




65 






48 


















Lanhart Michael 










55 


Miller William . 




52 


Met?. Henry 




58 






























52 






52 






63 


























Reist Peter 




47 






60 






59 
































'^hortC'-'-' Till p^-i^ 




40 

49 


Shroy Henry 




Shoppel Jeremiah 




49 








Umholtz, Henrv 




59 




















Weis John 




40 


Werfel, Jacob 




50 














Yeager f^toiihel 




57 






58 







\Ye certify on honour that the foregoing muster roll exhibits 
the true state of the company of Infantry in the actual service 



964 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

of the U. S. under the command of Captain Philip Fetterhoff 
for the period herein expressed and that the remarlvs opposite 
the men's names are accurate and just. 

PHILIP FETTERHOFF, 
Capt. 2nd. Regt. 1st. Brig. P. M. 
JNO. EBERLE, 
Surgeon, 2nd. Regt. 1st. Brig, P. M. 

I certify that I have mustered Capt. Ph. Fetterhoff's com- 
pany, that this muster roll exhihits the true state of the same, 
and that the remarks placed opposite the names of the men 
are accurate and just according to the best of my knowledge 
and belief. 

JNO. M. FORSTER, 
Brig. Major & Inspector 1st. Brig. Penna. Mil. 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED BY 
CAPTAIN FEDDERHOFF OF THE 2D REGIMENT PER- 
FORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER THE COMMAND OF 
COLONEL RICHARDS WHO RENDEZVOUSED AT YORK 
UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER OF THE GOVERNOR, 
DATED 26TH. AUGUST, 1814. 



Captain. 
Philip Fedderhoff. 

Lieutenant. 
Thomas Woodsid. 

liisign. 
John Shive. 

Sergeants. 

1. Jacob Baughman. 

2. Petter Werner. 

3. John Wynn. 

4th. George fetterhoff. 

Corporals. 
1. Henry Frank. 

2. Philip Andrews. 

3. James How ird. 

4. John Hoilman. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



965 



(illegible) 
John Franklin. 



Drummer. 
Jacob Byrod. 



Privates. 

John Ritzman. 
Phillip Shott. 
George Lebo. 
Jacob Hogue. 
Wm. Miller. 
Daniel fleeser. 
Petter Minnich. 
Lues poul. 
Jonathan Woodside. 
Conrad Kenbel, Substitute.^ 
Mickel Lenkert. 
James Gardner, Substitute. 
Abraham Bixler. 
Jacob Dunkel. 
Daniel Chub. 
Wm. Snyder. 
John Dunkel. 
' Joan Novinger. 
Benjamin Kiter. 
John Wies. 
thomas shortes. 
Henry Metz. 
Jacob Anderson. 
Henry Umholtz. 
Petter Hoffman. 
Daniel Osman. 
John Rygart. 
Henry keck. 
Isaac Novinger. 
Ruber Osman. 
Henry Shroy. 
Andrew Osman, Deserted. 



Frederick Foight. 

Wm. Elliott. 

Adam Frantz. 

George Matter. 

Petter Yertz. 

George Cooper. 

Dinis Hardin. 

John Wert. 

Joseph Sboop. 

Philip Umberger. 

John frank. 

George Dunkel. 

Adam Lowdermlh (?). 

Christian Lower. 

Jacob warfelt, sick, 

John Readel, Diserted. 

Jacob poul. 

Jacob Boardner. 

Jacob Harman. 

Stofel Yegger. 

Henry Naee. 

Petter Wilgert. 

Jacob Yegger. 

David fegely. 

Luis Imshofstall. 

Jacob Ritzman. 

Peter Rumberger. 

Daniel Harman. 

Petter Reist. 

Henry Hibsher. 

George V/eaver, Substitute 

Jerimiah Shawbel. 

Jacob Shup. 

1 Certify the foregoing to be a Correct Roll of my Company. 
PHILIP FETTERHOFF, Capt. 
Test, 

NATH'N WATSON, 

Major Gen'l Penna. Militia. 



966 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMAND- 
ED BY CAPTAIN FEDDERHOFF OF THE 2D REGIMENT 
PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER THE COMMAND 
OF COLONEL RICHARDS WHO RENDEZVOUSED AT 
YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER OF THE GOV- 
ERNOR DATED 26TH. AUGUST, 1814. 

Expiration of service 31st August 1814. 

Amount paid to each private and non-commissioned officer $6. 

Whole amount paid $432. 



Captain. 
Philip Fedderhoff. 

Lieutenant. 
Thomas Woodsight. 

Ensign. 
John Shife. 

Sergeants. 

1. Jacob Baughman. 

2. Peter Werner. 

3. John Wynn. 

4th. George Fetterhoff. 

Corporals. 
1. Henry Frank. 

2. Philip Enders. 

3. James Howard. 

4. John Hoffman. 



John Franklin. 
Fred'k Foight. 
Wm. Elliott. 
Adam Frantz. 
George Matter. 
Peter Yeartz. 
George Cooper. 
Dennis Harding. 
John Wert. 
Joseph Shoop. 



Privates. 

Philip Umberger. 

John Frank. 

George Dunckel. 

Adam Lowdermilk. 

Christian Lov^^er. 

Christian Werfel, Furlow from 

Gen'l Watson. 
Jacob Powl. 
Jacob Boardner, 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



967 



Jacob Harman. 

Jno. Readle. Deserted. 

Stophel Yeager. 

Henry Neece. 

Peter Willier. 

Jacob Yeager. 

David Feagely. 

Lewis Imsboft'stall. 

Jacob Ritzman. 

Peter Rumberger. 

Daniel Harman. 

Peter Reist. 

Henry Hiebsher. • 

Geo. Weaver. 

Jeremiah Shawbell (Shoppel). 

Jacob Shoop. 

Jno. Ritzman. 

Philip Shut (Schott). 

George Lebo. 

Jacob Hogue. 

William Miller. 

Daniel Fleisher. 

Peter Minich. 

Lewis Powl. 

John Weis. 

Dri 



Jonathan Woodsight. 

Conrad Cenpel. 

Michael Lanhert (?). 

James Gardner. 

Abraham Bixler. 

Jacob Dunckel. 

Daniel Shubb (Chubb). 

William Snyder. 

John Dunckel. 

John Novinger. 

Benjamin Keiter. 

John Beichart. 

Thomas Shortess. 

Henry Metz. 

Henry Umholtz. 

Peter Hoffman. 

Daniel Ossman. 

Henry Koch. 

Isaac Novinger. 

Reuben Ossman. 

Henry Shroy. 

Andrew Ossman (desertfed). 

Jacob Anderson. 

Henry Verley. 



Jacob Byrod. 



S68 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY IN THE 
ACTUAL SERVICE OF THE U. S. COMMANDED BY CAPT. 
JOHN GRAHAM IN THE 2ND. REGIMENT 1ST BRIGADE 
OF PENNA. MILITIA UNDER THE COMMAND OP LIEUT. 
COL. ADAM RICHERS AT YORK, PENNA., SEPT. 5, 1814. 

Commencement of Service 2nd. Sept. 1814. 
Expiration of Service 5th, March 1815. 
Place of Rendezvous Yorli, Penna. 



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Dauphin Co. 
Dauphin Co. 
Dauphin Co. 
Dauphin Co. 
Dauphin Co. 
Dauphin Co. 
Dauphin Co. 
Dauphin Co. 
Dauphin Co. 
Dauphin Co. 
Dauphin Co. 
Dauphin Co. 

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Dauphin Co., 
Dauphin Co., 
Dauphin Co., 
Dauphin Co., 
Dauphin Co., 
Dauphin Co., 


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John Boon 






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Daniel Carverich 






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John Colvins 







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Michael Deckard 






31 


John Duncan 






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Peter Darr 






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Dauphin Co. 






Christian Focht 






56 






Dauphin Co., 






Phillip Gephart 






56 


Jacob Hemelbergerger 






56 


Abraham Haitman 




Berks Co 


54 


Henry Hite 






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John Huts 




Dauphin Co., 
Dauphin Co., 




John Hutton 






17 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



969 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY IN THE 
ACTUAL SERVICE OF THE U. S. COMMANDED BY CAPT. 
JOHN GRAHAM.— CouUnued. 




Solomon Jennings, .. 
William Kenslow, .. 
Adam Ketterman, ... 

Henry Leman, 

Jacob Long, 

Jacob Leman, 

Robert McFadden, . 
James Mulholland, 

George Myer 

Rudolph Mulholland, 

Joseph Myer 

Henry Myer 

William Myer 

Daniel Michael, 

Sample McKee 

Ritchard Moor 

Christian Nigh 

Fredrich Fonsus, ... 
Joseph Philips, 

Leonard Reedy 

George Rider 

Wm. Rider 

John Robinson 

Daniel Rusel 

Jacob Rode 

Wm. Reeser 

Samuel Reever 

Henry Smith 

George Shallshamer, 

Jacob Shriver, 

Thos. Stevenson, . . 

George Shrivever, . . 

Henry Shruck 

John Shaum, 

Stophel Shaum 

Martin Smith 

John Stitsman, 

Jacob Spancake, . . . 

John Shofner 

John Scot 

William Tennis, ... 

George Ulrich 

John Ulrich 

Adam Wilhelm, .... 



Berks Co 

Dauphin Co 

Berks Co 

Dauphin Co., .. 

Berks Co 

Schuylkill Co., 
Dauphin Co.,.. 
Dauphin Co., .. 

Berks Co 

Dauphin Co., .. 

Berks Co 

Berks Co 

Berks Co., 

Berks Co 

Dauphin Co., .. 
Lebanon Co., .. 

Berks Co 

Berks Co . , 

Dauphin Co.,.. 

Schuylkill Co., 
Dauphin Co.,.. 
Dauphin Co.,.. 

Lebanon Co. , . . 

Berks Co., 

Berks Co., 

Dauphin Co., .. 

Berks Co 

Dauphin Co., . . 

Dauphin Co., . . 

Dauphin Co., . . 

Lebanon Co., . . 

Berks Co 

Berks Co 

Berks Co 

Berks Co 

Bei-ks Co., 

Berks Co 

Schuylkill Co. 

Dauphin Co., . 

Dauphin Co., . 

Dauphin Co., . 

Berks Co 

Berks Co...... 

Berks Co 



970 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY IN THE 
ACTUAL SERVICE OF THE U. S. COMMANDED BY CAPT. 
JOHN GRAHAM.— Conl.inued. 







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We certify on honor that the foregoing Muster Roll exhibits 
the true state of the Company of Infantry in the Actual Ser- 
vice of the U. S. under the command of Capt. John Graham 
for the perioci herein expressed and that the remarks opposite 
their names are accurate and just. 

JOHN GRAHAM, 
Capt. of the 1st. Corapy. of the 2nd. Regt. • 
JNO. EBERLE, 
Surgn. 2nd. Regt. 1st. B., P. M. 

I Certify on honor thai the foregoing Muster Roll exhibits 
the true state of the company of Infantry in the actual Ser- 
vice of the U. S. under the command of Capt. John Graham 

as Mustered by me this — day of 1814, in 

obedience to •. 

I certify that I have mustered Capt Jno. Graham's Company, 
that this muster roil exhibits the true state of the same; and 
that the remarks placed opposite to the names of the men are 
accurate and just according to the best of my knowledge and 
belief. 

JNO. M. FORSTER, 
Brig. Major, & Inspector 1st. Brig. Penna Militia. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



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PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED 
BY CAPTAIN JOPIN GRAHAM OF THE 2D REGIMENT 
PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER THE COMMAND 
OF COLONEL RICHARDS WHO RENDEZVOUSED AT 
YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER OF THE GOV- 
ERNOR DATED 2GTH. AUGUST, 1814. 



Captain. 
John Graham. 

Lieutenant. 
James Porter. 

Ensign. 
John Turner. 

Fifer. 
John Straw. 

Drummer. 
James Edwards. 

Sergeants. 

1. James Corbett. 

2. John Prestel. 

3. William Boon. 

4. Samuel Allen. 



Thomas Griffith. 
Robert McFaddin. 
James Cathcart. 
John Boon. 
James Mulhallen. 
George Rider. 
William Rider. 
Henry Smith. 
Daniel Carvery. 



Corporals. 

1. James Boon. 

2. John Scott. 

3. Michael Umberger. 

4. Leonard Rudy. 

Privates. 

Henry Lemon. 
George Shallowhamer. 
Jacob Shriver. 
Michael Deckart. 
George Myer. 
George Ulrich. 
Thomas Stephenson. 
Richard Moore. 
William Kinslow. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



977 



John Robinson, 
John Duncan. 
Geoi^ge Shriver. 
Jacob Hemelberger. 
Thomas Emrich. 
Samuel Rever. 
Joseph Mayer. 
Frederick Ponsus. 
John Ulrich. 
Philip Gephart. 
Peter Darr. 
Jacob Fox. 
Godfried Facht, 
Philip Wagner. 
Soloman Jenings. 
Henry Shruck. 
Christian Nigh. 
Henry Yerger. 
Jacob long. 
John Wards. 
Henry Myer. 
Christian Focht. 
John Shaum. 
Stophel Shaum. 
Adam Katterman. 
William Myer. 
John Serber. 

I Certify the foregoing to be 

Test, 
JNO. FORSTER, Brig'r Gea' 



Abraham Hartman. 
John Focht. 
Jacob Rode. 
Adam Wilheiam. 
Henry Hite. 
John Aunght. 
Daniel Meckel (?). 
George Wolf. 
Henry Zimmerman. 
Peter Weaver. 
Martin Smith. 
John Stutzmam. 
Jacob Lemon. 
Jacob Spancake. 
Jacob Demude. 
William Derris. 
John Shafner. 
John Hutz. 
John Ferguson. 
George McCann. 
John Carter. 
Joseph Philips. 
John Colvins. 
John Hutton. 
William Reeser. 
Sample McKee. 

a Correct Roll of my Company. 
JNO. GRAHAM, Capt. 



C2— Vol. VIII— tjlh Ser. 



978 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED 
BY CAPTAIN JOHN GRAHAM OF THE 2D REGIMENT 
PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER THE COMMAND 
OF COLONEL RICHARDS WHO RENDEZVOUSED AT 
YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER OF THE GOV- 
ERNOR DATED 26TH. AUGUST, 1814. 





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John Graham, 



James Porter, 



John Turner, 



James Edwards 



Sergts. 
1st. James Corbett, .. 

2d. John Brestel 

3rd. William Boon, ... 
4th. Samuel Allen, ... 



Corpls. 

1st. James Boon, 

2d. John Scott, 

3rd. Michael Umbarger, 
4th. Leonard Reedy 



Privates. 

Thomas Griffith 

Robt. McFadden 

James Cathcart 

John Boon 

James Milholland 

George R-Jer 

William Rider 

Henry Smith, 

Dariiel Carvery 

Henry Lemon 

George Shallowheimer, 

Jacob Shriver 

Michael Dickart 



31st Aug., 1S14, 

31st Aug., 1S14, 

3ist Aug., 1S14, 

31st Aug., 1S14, 

31st Aug., 1S14, 



31st Aug., 1S14, 

31.st Aug., 1S14, 

31st Aug., 1S14, 

31st Aug., 1814, 



31st Aug., 1S14, 

31st Aug., 1S14, 

31,=t Aug., 1814, 

31st Aug., 1814, 



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31st Aug., 1814, 

31st Aug., 1814, 

31st Aug., 1814, 

31st Aug., 1814, 

31st Aug., 1S14, 

31st Aug., 1S14, 

31st Aug., 1814, 

31st Aug., 1814, 

31st Aug., 1814, 

31st Aug., 1814, 

31st Aug., 1814, 



.1 31st Aug., 1S14, 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



979 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OP MILITIA COMMANDED 
BY CAPTAIN JOHN GRAHAM.— Continued. 






















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George Ulrich, 

Thomas Stephenson, 

Richard Moore 

William Kenslow, .. 

John Robinson 

John Duncan, 

George Shriver 

Jacob Hemelberger, , 

Thomas Emrich 

Samuel Rives 

Joseph Myer, 

Frederick Pansus, . . 

John Ulrich 

Philip Gephart 

Peter Darr, 

Jacob Fox, 

Godfried Focht 

Philip Wagner, 

Solomon Jenings, . . . 

Henry Shrack 

Christian Nigh 

Henry Yerger, 

Jacob Long 

John Wards 

Henry Myer 

Christian Focht 

John Shaum 

Stophel Shaum 

Adam Ketterman, ... 

William Myer 

Abraham Hartman, . 

John Berber 

John Focht 

Jacob Roth 

Adam Wilhelam, ... 

Heni-y Hide 

John Aunght 

Daniel Mickel 

George Wolf 

Henry Zimmerman, . 

Peter Weaver 

Martin Smith 

John Stutzman 

Jacob Lemon 

Jacob Spancake 

Jacob Damude 



31st Aug. 


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31st Aug. 


ISU, 


31st Aug. 


1S14, 


31st Aug. 


1814, 


31st Aug. 


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31st Au«-. 


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31st Aug. 


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31st Aug. 


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31st Aug. 


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31st Aug. 


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31st Aug. 


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31st Aug. 


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31st Aug. 


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31st Aug. 


1814, 


31st Aug. 


1814, 


31st Aug. 


1814, 


31st Aug. 


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31st Aug., 


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31st Aug., 


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31st Aug., 


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31st Aug., 


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31st Aug., 


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31st Aug., 


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31st Aug., 


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31st Aug., 


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31st Aug., 


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31st Aug., 


1814, 


31st Aug., 


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31st Aug., 


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31st Aug., 


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31st Aug., 


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31st Aug., 


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31st Aug., 


1814, 


31st Aug., 


1814, 


31st Aug., 


1814, 


31st Aug., 


1814, 


31st Aug., 


1814, 


31st Aug., 


1814, 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED 
BY CAPTAIN JOHN GRAHAM.— Continued. 





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John Shofner 31st Aug., 

John Hutz 31st Aug., 

John Ferguson 31st Aug., 

George McCann, 31st Aug., 

John Carter , 3l£t Aug., 



Joseph Philips, 
John Colvvan, . 
John Hutton, .. 
William Reeser, 
Sample McKee, 



31st Aug. 
31st Aug. 
31st Aug. 
3l3t Aug. 
31st Aug. 



1S14, 
1811, 
1S14, 
1S14, 
1814, 
1814, 
1S14, 
1814, 
1814, 
1S14, 
1S14, 



I do Certify that .tlie foregoing is a Correct return of the 
number men in my company. Witness my hand this 15th 
September 1814. 

JOHN GRAHAM, Capt. 
Test, 

NATH'NL WATSON, 

Major Gen'l Penua. Militia. 
75 non-commissioned officers, privates, &c. 
6 

450 dolls. 
12 add 

4G2 dolls. 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY IN THE 
ACTUAL SERVICE OF THE U. S. COMMANDED BY CAPT. 
WILLIAM HAIN IN THE 2D REGT. 1ST BRIGADE PENN- 
SYLVANIA MILITIA UNDER COMMAND OF COR. ADAM 
RICHARD AT YORK, PENNSYLVANIA, SEPT. THE 5TH, 
1814. 

Commencement of Service Aug. 30th, 1814. 
Fxpiralion of service, Maroh 5th, 1815. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



981 



Place of Residence of all, Berks Coimty, with the exception 
of Abraham McClure Ensign and David Mather 2nd Corp who 
lived in Lebanon County. 

Place of Rendezvous. York, Peuna. 

Distance of miles, 42. 

Capt. 
William Hain. 



Lieut. 
George Salade. 

Insign. 
Abraham McClure. 

Sergt's. 

Jacob Shitz. 

George Doneido. 

Peter Wommeldorf. 

Jacob Arnold. 

Corpls. 

William Stout. 

David Mather. 

William Heller. 

George Ulley. 

Privates. 

Henry Fox. 
Isaac Hain. 
George Hauk. 
Samuel Hassler. 
Jonathan Humel. 
Benjamin Hartman. 

Henry Heckman. 
John Kitzmiller. 

Michel Haterman. 

John Hintzle. 

Adam Heller. 

Andrew Lanerd. 

Jacob Leininger. 

Henry Lanerd. 

Michel Mosser. 

George Meyer. 

Jacob Metz. 

William Mell. 



Richard Adams. 
George Andrews. 
Peter Achabach. 
Abraham Bousman. 
Jacob Conrad. 
Charles Cox. 
Henry Crimes. 
John Ditzler. 
Samuel Dehm. 
Henry Ebling. 
Joseph Evans. 
Daniel Fidler. 
Daniel Fornwald. 
Henry Feg. 
John Fisher. 
Jacob Fisher. 
Peter Fisher. 
William Folss, 



982 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Henry Miller. Daniel Stout. 

John Miller. John Stout. 

Nicholas Miller. William Seltzer. 

Henry Mumma. John Shultz. 

Deiter Marshall. John Seltzer (wagoner). 

Adam Mick. William Seibert. 

John Ney. William Stichler. 

George Peifer. William Witmeyer. 

John Read. John Ulley. 

Leonard Ruth. Peter Weiss. 

Daniel Stout. Michal Welsh. 

William Stine. George Zeiber. 

Jacob Stout. George Zimmerman. 

I certify that I have mustered Captain Wm. Mains company 
that this muster roll exhibits the true staie of the same, and 
that the remarks placed opposite to the names of the men 
are accurate and just according to the best of my knowledge 
and belief. 

JNO. M. FORSTER, 
Brig. Major & Inspector 1st. Brig.. Penna. Militia. 

We Certify on honour the foregoing muster roll exhibits 
the true State of the company of Infantry in the actual service 
of the U. S. under the command of Capt. William Hain for 
the Period therein expressed and that Remarks opposite the 
men's names are accurate and just. 

CAPT. WILLIAM HAIN, 
2d Regiment 1st Brig. P. M. 
JNO. BBERLE, 
Surg'n 2d Regt. 1 B. P. M. 



List of Privates belonging to Capt. William Hains Company 
of Pennsylvania Militia who rendezvoused at York Tow.u 
Sept. 5th, 1814 und(;r orders of the Governor, 26th. August 
whose names are included in the Muster rools & nave not Deen 
paid, viz. 

Henry Heckman. 

William Keller. 

George Ulrey. 

Henry Eblin. 

Henry Muma. 



WAR OF 1S12-1S14. 983 

Jacob Melz. 
George Zimmerman. 
Jacob Fisher. 
*Jacob Fisher's name is included in the return Muster Roll 
& omitted at York by mistake. 

I do certifj' that the foregoing names are members of Capt. 
William Hain's Company & have been performing only at 
this Place since their arrival. 
Witness my hand, 

ENSIGN ABRAHAM McCLURE, 
C<Dmand in the absence of the Capt. and Lieut. 

We acknowledge to have rec'd of Robert Harris, pay master 
of the Pennsylv'a Militia Six Dollars Cash being the bounty 
due from the commonwealth of Pa. to us. Witness our hands. 

HENRY HECKAMAN. 

HENRY (his [X] mark) MUMA. 

HENRY EBLING. 

JACOB (his [X] mark) METZ. 

GEORGE ZIMMERMAN. 

JACOB FISPIER. 

WM. KELLER. 

GEORGE ULREY. 



984 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY IN THE 
ACTUAL SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES COM- 
MANDED BY CAPT. WILLIAM HAIN OF THE SECOND 
REGIMENT OP PENNA. MILITIA UNDER THE COM- 
MAND OF COLONEL ADAM RICHARD FROM THE 30TH 
AUG. 1814 TO THE 3D. DECEMBER FOLLOWING. 

Commencement of service, Aug. 30, 1814. 
Expiration of service, Dec. 3d. 1814. 
Place of Rendezvous York, Pa. 
Distance miles, 112 miles. 



1. Hain, William 


Captn.,.. 


Berks Co., 


On Furlough from this 








day, 31 Oct. 




2. Solade, George 


Lieut.,... 


Berks Co., 


Sick present. 




3. McClure, Abraham, ... 


Ensign,.. 


Lebanon. 






4. Shitz, Jacob 




Berks. 






5. Voneido, George, 


Sergt 


Berks. 






6. Womeldorf, Peter, 


Sergt 


Berks 


Sick present. 




7. Arnold, Jacob 


Sergt 


Berks. 






8 Stout William 


Corporal, 
Corporal, 


Berks 


Sick present. 
Absent without 




9. Mathie, David 


Lebanon,.. 


leave. 








Oct. 17, 1814. 




10. Kellar, William 


Corporal, 


Lebanon,.. 


Sick present. 






Corporal, 
Private, . 




Sick present. 
Sick present. 




12. Adams, Richard 


Berks 




IS. Andrew, George 


Private, . 


Berks 


Sick present. 




14. Achabach, Peter 


Private, . 


Berks. 






15. Bausman, Abram 


Private, . 


Berks. 








Private,. 
Private, . 


Berks. 
Berks. 






17. Core, Charles, 






Private, . 


Berks. ^ 

Berks. 

Berks. 






IS'. Ditzler John . .. 






20 


Private, . 






21. Ebling, Henry 






22 . 


Private, . 


Berks. 

Berks, 

Berks. 








Sick present. 




24. Forwald, David 


Private, . 




25. Feg, Henry 


Private 


Berks 


Sick present. 




2G. Fisher, John 


Private, . 


Berks. 




27. Fisher Jacob 


Private 


Berks 


Sick present. 




28. Fisher, Peter 


Private, . 


Berks 




29 




Berks. 










Bciks. 






31 


Private,. 
Private, . 


Berks. 
Be rks. 






32 






33 


Private. . 


Btrks. 







WAR OF 1812-1814. 



985 



MUSTER ROLL, OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY IN THE 
ACTUAL SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES COM- 
MANDED BY CAPT. WILLIAM HAIN.— Continued. 



34. Hummel. Jonathan, ... 


Private, . 


Berks 


Discharged 19 Sept 


., 1814. 


35. Hartman, Benj., 


Private, . 


Berks. 






36. Hecliman. Henry 


Private, . 


Berks 


furloughed 20 Nov 


., 1S14. 


37. KitzmiUer, John 


Private, . 


Berks. 






38. Kateiman, Micheal 


Private, . 


Berks, 


Sick present. 




39. Knitzel, John 


Private, . 


Berks 


Sick present. 




40. Kellar, Adam, 


Private, . 


Berks. 






41. Lrenard, Andrew, 


Private, . 


Berks. 






42 


Private, . 
Private, . 


Berks. 
Berks. 






43. Mosser, Micheal, 




44. Meyer, George 


Private, . 


Berks. 






45. Metz, Jacob 


Private, . 


Berks. 






46 


Private, . 


Berks. 






47 


Private, . 


Berks. 






48 


Private, . 


Berks. 






49. Leonard, Heni-y 


Private, . 


Berks. 






50. Miller, Nicholas 


Private,. 


Berks. 






51. Mumma, Henry 


Private, . 


Berks 


Sick present. 




52. Marshal, Deiter, 


Private, . 


Berks. 






53. Mick Adam 


Private, . 
Private, . 


Berks 

Berks 


Sick present. 
Sick present. 




54. Ney, John 














56 Ruth, Lenard 


Private, . 
Private, . 


Berks, 

Berks, 


Sick present, 
furloughed 25th 
1S14. 




57 Read John 


Nov., 






58. Stine, William 


Private, . 


Berks 


Sick present. 




59. Stout, Dan'l, Sen 


Private, . 


Berks. 






60 


Private, . 
Private, . 
Private, . 
Private, . 


Berks. 
Berks. 
Berks. 
Berks. 














63. Seltzer, William 






Private, . 
Private, . 


Berks. 
Berks 


Sick present. 




65. Seibert, William 




66. Seltzer John 


Private, . 
Private, . 


Berks. 
Berks. 






67. Stickler, William, 




68. Uleeh John 


Private, . 
Private, . 


Berks 

Berks 


Sick present. 
Sick present. 




69. Witmyer, William, .... 




70. Weiss, Peter, 


Private, . 


Berks 


furloughed 2Sth 


Sept., 








1814. 




71. Welsh, Micheal 


Private,. 


Berks. 






73. Zuben, George 


Private, . 


Berks. 






73. Zimmerman, Geo 


Pi-ivate, . 


Berks 


Sick present. 





We certify, on honor, that the foregoing Muster Roll ex- 
hibits the true state of the Company of Infantry in the actual 



986 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

service of the United States, under the command of Captain 
William Hain for the period herein expressed, and that the 
remarks opposite the men's names are accurate and just. 

ABRAHAM McCLURE, 
Ensign Command. 

JNO. EQERLE, Surgeon. 

I Certify, on honor, that the foregoing Muster Roll exhibits 
the true state of the Company of Infantry in the actual servic( 
of the United States, under the command of Captain William 
Hain as mustered by me this 31st day of Oct. 1814 in obed- 
ience to an order from Maj. Gen. William Scott. 

JOHN M. FORSTER, 

Brig. Maj. 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED 
BY CAPTAIN WILLIAM HAIN OF THE 2D REGIMENT 
PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER THE COM- 
MAND OF COLONEL ADAM RITCHARDS, WHO RENDEZ- 
VOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER OF 
THE GOVERNOR. DATED 26TH. AUGUST, 1814. 



Capt. 
William Hain. 

Lieut. 
George Salada. 

Ensign. 
Abraham McClur. 

Sergt. 
Peter Wommelsdorf. 

Privates. 

John Seltzer. Henry Heckman. 

John Shultz. William Keller. 

John Ulrich. John Kitzmiller. 

George Uley. Jacob Arnold. 

Adam Keller. Daniel Fidler. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



9s; 



George- Vanedo. 
William Hine. 
Daniel Stout. 
Daniel Fornwald. 
George Meyer. 
Peter Achabach. 
Henry Lanard. 
Michel Katerman. 
John Dltzler. 
Jacob Conrath. 
Daniel Strute. 
Georg Hoak. 
John Nei. 
Georg Zerver. 
Jacob Stoud. 
Henry Miller. 
Isaac Hain. 
John Fisher. 
Charles Cox. 
Richard Adams. 
Michael Welsh. 
Benjamin Hartman. 
Peter Fisher. 
Isaac Adams, 
Adam Mick. 
Samuel Hosier. 
Leonhard Ruth. 
William Stigler. 
John Kintzel. 

I Certify the foregoing to 

Test, 

NATH'N WATSON, 
Major Gen'l Pa. Militia. 



Joseph Evans. 
George Zimerman. 
Deter Marshall. 
Jacob Leminger. 
Henry Fox. 
Henry Ebbing. 
Henry Crims. 
Henry Muma. 
Michael Marer. 
William Witmier. 
William Mell. 
Abraham Cousman. 
Jonathan Humel. 
George Andrew. 
William Seibert. 
William Seltzer. 
George Peifer. 
Peter Weiss. 
Henry Tey. 
Nichlass Miller. 
David Mathias. 
John Rith. 
William Stoud. 
John Miller. 
Samuel Dihm. 
Jacob Metz. 
William Foltz. 
John Stoud. 
Henry Rapp. 
be correct Roll of my Company. 
WILLIAM HAIN, Capt. 



988 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED 
BY CAPTAIN WILLIAM HAIN OF THE 2D REGIMENT 
PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER THE COM- 
MAND OF COLONEL ADAM RITSCHER— WHO RENDEZ- 

. VOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER OF 
THE GOVERNOR, DATED 26TH. AUGUST, 1814. 
Commencempnt of Service 29th August, 1814. 
Amount paid each private Six Dollars. 



John Seltzer. 
John Shultz. 
John Ulrich. 
Adam Keller. 
Henry Heckman, 
John Kitzmiller. 
Jacob Arnold. 
William Stine. 
Daniel Stoudt. 



Captain. 
William Hain. 

Lieut. 
George Soleda. 

Ensign. 
Abraham McClnre. 

Serjeants. 

1st. Jacob Shetz. 

2d. George Van Nieda. 

3rd. Peter Wommel^^dorff. 

4th. Daniel Fiedler. 

Corporals. 

1st. William Stoudt. 
2d. David Matthew. 

3rd. George Uley. 
4th. William Keller. 

Privates. 

Daniel Fornwald. 
George Meyer. 
Peter Achabach. 
Henry Lanard. 
Michael Kuterman. 
John Dltzler. 
Jacob Conrad. 
Daniel Stoute. 
George Haag. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



989 



John Nei. 
George Zerver. 
Jacob Stoudt. 
Henry Miller. 
Isaac Hain. 
John Fisher. 
Charles Cox. 
Richard Adams. 
Michael Welsh. 
Benjamin Hartman. 
Peter Fisher. 
Isaac Adams. 
Adam Mish. 
Samuel Hosier. 
Leonhard Ruth. 
William Stigler. 
John Kintzel. 
Joseph Evans. 
George Zimmerman. 
Deter Marshall. 
Jacob Leinunger. 
Henry Fox. 



Henry Ebbing. 
Henry Crims. 
Henry Mumma. 
Michael Moser. 
William Witmier. 
William Mell. 
Abraham bousman 
Jonathan Hummel 
Georg Andrue. 
William Seibert 
William Seltzer. 
George Peifer. 
Henry Feg. 
Nichlos Miller. 
John Rith. 
John Miller. 
Samuel Dihm. 
Jacob Metz, 
William Foltz. 
John Stoutd. 
Henry Rapp. 
Peter Weis. 



990 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY IN THE 
ACTUAL SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES COM- 
MANDED BY CAPT. THOMAS McELHENY IN THE 2ND. 
REGIMENT 1ST BRIGADE OF PA. M. UNDER THE COM- 
MAND OF LIEUT. COL. RICHER AT YORK, PENNA, 
SEPT. 6TH. 1814. 



Commencement of Service, 3d. Sept. 1814. 
Expiration of Service, 5th March, 1S14. 
Place cf Rendezvous, York, Pa. 









1 


Names. 




Place of Residence. 








o 




M 

c 

^ 




5 



Tlios McElheney 


Capt 

Lieut 

Ensign,.. 

Sergt 

Sergt. 

Sergt 

Sergt. .... 

Cbrpl 

Corpl 

Corpl 

Corpl 

Fif er 


Daujihin Co 


25 




29 










Lebanon, 


40 




34 












34 


William Hamilton 

Michael Speck 




27 


Lebanon 


46 


Jacob Bentor, 










Lebanon 


41 


Privates. 


Le;.;mon, 

Ltbinon 


45 






4S 






Leb'inon 


4) 


Bashore, Henry, 






4!) 




4S 








34 
























29 














Lebanon 

Daunhin 


50 






31 






?S 


Deihl Jacob 






49 








29 


TTlnrlv PVi t'i «? t i n n 






30 








46 


Fesick. John 





Lebanon, 

L-^^banon 

naui)hin 


46 






34 












31 






L"banun 


4S 


Gibeny, Hugh 







37 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



991 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY IN THE 
ACTUAL SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES COM- 
MANDED BY CAPT. THOMAS McELHENY.— Continued. 



Hixenhiser. Henry, . 

Harrison, Jchn 

Heims, John 

Harry, Henry 

Horner, George, 

Johnston, James 

Katterman, Phillip, . 

Kelay, John 

Kuntzman, Dan'l, .. 
Keny, M. Patrick, ... 

Kreamer, John 

Keller, Jacob 

Laughlin, M. James, 
Leab, Christopher, ... 

Luton, John 

Lance, John 

Moyer, Michael, 

Moyer, Jacob 

Mingle, Benjamin, ., 

Millar, John, 

Moyer, Henry, 

Nclenour, Philip, .. 

Nagle, Frederick, . 

Nigh, Adam 

Noaker, Benjamin, . 

Olwine, Warner, ... 

PlcEsly, Fredrick, .. 

Reesor, Samuel, 

Rudy, Samuel 

Rittpr, Enoch 

Robison, George, ... 

P.ocs. David 

Rowland, John, ...... 

Fponhoot, Christ, .. 

Switzer, John 

Swier, John, 

Stauffer, Peter 

Smith, Henry 

Stuky, Fredrick, 

Swigart. Martin, . . . 

Tice, John 

TTIrich, Jacob 

AVhite, George, 

YiriL'st, Jacob 

Yin-st. John 

Young-. John 



Place of Residence. 





?,'.) 


T -1 ' 


40 


'' . ' 


39 


Lebinon 


■12 












43 




4S 


T 1 


4S 




31 




J9 










^ ' 


46 




28 




.32 


Lebanon 


46 


Lebanon 


46 




40 


T '^i,^ 


43 


Lebanon, 


41 
ST 




20 




31 


Lebanon 


47 
40 




31 




37 


Lebanon 


39 
30 




4^ 


LeVj'inon 


34 


I/^banon .. ■• 


31 


Lebanon •• ■• 


42 


Lebanon 

Lebanon 


4S 
39 


Lebanon 


4! 












20 










Lebanon 


49 




0- 


I- I'-n.vn, 


43 



992 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

We do certify on honor that the foregoing muster roll ex- 
hibits the true state of the company of Infantry in the actual 
service of the U. S. under the command of Capt. Thomas Mc- 
Elheny for the period herein expressed and that the remarks 
opposite the names of the men are accurate and just. 

THOS. McELHENY, 
Capt. 2nd Regt., 1st Brig. Pa. Militia. 

I certify on honor that the foregoing muster roll exhibits 
the true state of the Company of Infantry in the service of 
the U. S. under the command of Capt. Thomas McElheny as 
mustered by me this day of 1814 in obedi- 

ence to 

I certify that I have mustered Captain Thomas McElheny 
Company that this muster roll exhibits the true state of the 
same and that the remarks placed opposite the names of the 
men are accurate and just according to the best of ray know- 
ledge and belief. 

JNO. M. FORSTER. 
Brigade Major & Inspector 1st. Brig. Penna. Militia. 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED BY 
CAPTAIN THOMAS AIcILHENNY OP THE 2D REGIMENT 
PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER THE 'COM- 
MAND OF COLONEL RICHARDS WHO RENDEZVOUSED 
AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER OF THE GOV- 
ERNOR, DATED 26TH. AUGUST, 1814. 



Capt. 
Thomas Mcllheny. 

Lieut. 
Thos. Finy. 

Ensign. 
John Berry. 

Fifer. 
Henry Wolevery. 



WAR OF 1S12-1S14. 



993 



Sergeuls. 

iHt. John Jamison. 

2nd. John Slrow. 

3rd. David Fishbuiu. 

4th. Jacob Rees. 

Corpls. 

1st. William Hamilton. 

2nd. Michael Speck. 

3rd. Jacob penter. 

41h. Jacob Denius. 



Privates. 



Samuel Riser. 
Henry Hixenhiser. 
John Bosler. 
Michael Moyer. 
Jacob Gets. 
Peter Spangler. 
Christian Spenhoot. 
John Brownewell. 
Philip Katerman. 
John Rowland. 
Adam Basor. 
George Whitmyei*. 
John Switzer. 
John Kelcy. 
James McGlahlin. 
John Sweir. 
Patrick McKinty. 
George White. 
Christofer Leab. 
Fredrick Bulman. 
John Dice. 
Peter Stoufer. 
John Fortny. 
Benjamin Noakem. 
Jacob Deil. 
Jacob Moyer. 
John Harison. 
Christian Early. 
John Basford. 



Henry Basor. 
Henry Smith. 
Daniel Kuntsman. 
Samuel Roody. 
Warner Olwine. 
Enoch Riter. 
George Robison. 
John Bright. 
John Himes. 
Henry Harry. 
John Yingst. 
Martin Swigcrt. 
John Baylor. 
Henry Blicher. 
John Wolf. 
Daniel fagen. 
James Johnston. 
Benjamin Mengle. 
John Miller. 
Henry Moyer. 
John Young. 
Henry Cope. 
Fredrick Bush. 
Martin funk. 
John Lutor, 
Jacob Ulrich. 
Philip Netenour. 
Patrick McKiny. 
Jacob Keller. 



63— Vol. VHI— 6th Ser. 



994 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



George Horner. 
Fredrick Nagle. 
Henry Dasher. 
James Bard. 
Fredrick Pleslly. 



John Lance. 
Fredrick Stuky. 
Adam Nigh. 
Henry Frankl'ord. 
George Paliim. 



I Certify the foregoing to be a Correct Roll of my Company. 
THOS. McELHENY, Capt. 
Test, 
JNO. FORSTER, Brig'r Gen'l 1st. Brigade. 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY— COMMANDED 

BY CAPTAIN THOMAS McELHENY IN THE ; 

SECOND REGIMENT OF PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA IN 
THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES, FROM THE 

DAY OF 181— WHEN FIRST MUSTERED, 

TO THE — DAY OF 181—. 

Commencement of Service, or of this Settlement, Sept. 3, 
1814. 
Expiration of Service, or of this settlement, 5th December. 
Term of Service charged, 3 mo. 3 days. 
Fay Due from Sept. 3rd. to December 5th. 



Names in Alphabetical Order 



McElheny, Thomas, 
Pinney, Thomas, .. 

Barry, John, 

Jamison, John 

Straw, John 

Fishburn, David, .. 

Kees, Jacob 

Hamilton, Wm., .. 

Speck, Michiel 

Benter, Jacob 

Dennis, Jacob 

Woolhaver, Henry, 

Bostler, John 

Bramwell, John, ... 



Am 


lunt 


of pay. 






o 


w 


fi 


O 



Captain 


40 


12S 


F7 


I.itut 


30 


92 


SS 


Frisian 


20 


IB 


PB 


Scrgt.,' 


11 


34 


5 


Sergt., 


11 


31 


5 


Q^ i 








Spr^t 








Cnrpl 


10 


30 


96 


f'oril 




30 




("orpl 




30 




Fifer 


n 


27 


87 


Private 








Private 


s 


24 


75 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



995 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY— COMMANDED 
BY CAPTAIN THOMAS McELHENY.— Continued. 



Names in Alpliabetical Order. 



Basford, John 

Bashere, John Henry, 

Bright, John 

Bailor, John 

Blccher, Henry 

Brish, Fredrick 

Baird, James, 

Balm, George 

Ba&here, Adam, 

Cinty, McPatrick 

Oope, Henry 

Deihl, Jacob 

Dasher, Henry 

Early, Christian, 

Fortney, John, 

Fesick, John, 

Feigan, Dajiiel, 

Funk, Martin 

Frankford, Henry, ... 

Gets, Jacob, 

Gibeny, Hugh 

Heymhaiser, Heni-y, . 

Harrison, John 

Meims, John 

Harry, Henry 

Hornor, George 

Jonston, James 

Katterman, Philip, .. 
Kebey, John Dan'l, . 

Kantzman, 

Kenney, MePatrick, . 

Kreauver, John, 

Keller, Jacob 

Laughlin, M. James, 
Loeb, Christopher, .. 

Luton, John, 

Lance, John 

Moyer, Michael 

Meyer, Jacob 

Mengle,- Benjamin, . 

Millar, John, 

Moyer, Henry 

Netemore, Philip, .., 

Nagle, Frederick, 

Nigh, Adam 

Nnaker, Benjamin, .. 

Olivine, Warner 

Plepley, Frederick, .. 
Reerser. Samuel 



Private, 
Private, 
i'rivate. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 



Amount 
of pay. 



996 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Names in Alphabetical Order. 



Amount 
of pay. 



Ritter, Enoch 

Robinson, George, . 

Reese, David 

Roody, Samuel 

Rowland, John 

Sponhoot, Christian 

Snitzer, John 

Snier, John 

Stauffer, Peter 

Smith, Henry 

Stuky, Frederick, .. 
Swigart, Martin, .. 

Tice, John 

Ulerick, Jacob 

White, George, 

Yingst, Jacob 

Young, John 

Yingst, John 



Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private,- 



17 


76 


24 


75 


24 






25 


21 


59 


24 


75 


2! 




24 




24 




24 




24 




24 




50 


76 


24 


75 


24 




24 




24 




24 





RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED 
BY CAPTAIN THOMAS McILHENY OF THE 2ND REGI- 
MENT PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER' THE 
COMMAND OF COLONEL RICHARDS WHO RENDEZ- 
VOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER OF 
THE GOVERNOR DATED 26TH AUGUST, 1814. 

Commencement cf Service 1st. September 1814. 

Captain. 

Thomas McUheny. 

Lieut. 
Thos. Finny. 

Ensign. 
John Berry. 



Fifer. 
Henry Wolever, Amt. pd. $6. 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 997 

Sergeants. 

John Jamison, Amt. pd. $6. 

John Stroh, Amt. pd. $6. 

David Fishburn, Amt. pd. $6. 

.Jacob Rees, Amt. pd. |6. 

Corporals. 

William Hamilton, Amt. pd. $6. 
Michael Speck, Amt. pd. $6. 
Jacob Painter, Amt. pd. $6. 

Jacob Denius, Amt. pd. $6. 

Privates. 

Amt. pd. 

Samuel Reeser, $6 

Henry Hetsenhiser, 6 

John Rosier, 6 

Michael Moyer, 6 

Jacob Gets, 6 

Peter Spangler, 6 

Christian Sponhoot, 6 

John Browncv>rell 6 

Philip Katerman, 6 

John Rowland, 6 

Adam Basor, 6 

George Wittemyer, 6 

John Switzer, 6 

John Kely, 6 

James McLaughlin, 6 

John Swier, 6 

Patrick McKinty 6 

George White, 6 

Christopher Leab, 6 

Frederick Bulman, 6 

John Dice, 6 

Peter Stoufer, 6 

John Fortny, 6 

Benjamin Noaker, 6 

Jacob Deil, 6 

Jacob Moyer, 6 

John Harrison, 6 

Christian Earley 6 

John Basford 6 



998 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Amt. pd. 

Henry Basor 6 

Henry Smith, •• 

Daniel Kuntsman, 6 

Samuel Roody, 6 

Warren Olwine, •. 6 

Enoch Riter, 6 

George Robison, 6 

John Bright, 6 

John Himes, 6 

Henry Harry, 6 

John Yingst, 6 

Martin Swigert, 6 

John Baylor, 6 

Henry Blecker, 6 

John Wolf, 6 

Daniel Fagen, 6 

James Johnston 6 

Benjamin Mengle 6 

John Miller, 6 

Henry Moyer 6 

John Young, 6 

Henry Cope, 6 

Frederick Bush, 6 

Martin Funk, ; . . 6 

John Luton, 6 

Jacob Ulrich, 6 

Philip Nelenour, 6 

Patrick McKiny, 6 

Jacob Keller, 6 

George Horner, 6 

Frederick Nagel, 6 

Henry Dasher, 6 

James Beard, 6 

Frederick Plestly 6 

John Lance 6 

Frederick Stuky, 6 

Adam Nigh, 6 

Henry Frankford, G 

George Pallum, 6 



WAR OF 18J2-1S14. 



999 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY IN THE 
ACTUAL SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES, COM- 
MANDED BY CAPT. THOMAS NEEL IN THE 2ND REGT. 
OF PENNA. MILITIA UNDER THE COMMAND OP 
LIEUT. COL. ADAM RITSCHER FROM THE 2ND SEPT. 
1814, TO THE 3RD DEC. 1814. 

Commencement of Service, 2ik1 Sept. 1814. 
Expiration of Service, 5lh March, 1815. 
Place of Residence, Lancaster County. 
Place of Rendezvous, York, Pennsylvania. 



Thomas Neell, .. 
Robert Milligan, 
Andrew Noble, . 
James McClure, 
Isaac Milliner, . 

John Jones 

Henry Douty, ... 




Matthew Wernor, 
James Patterson, . 

John Caughey 

Henry Rippey, — 
Bunting, W'illiam, 

Boyd, John, 

Badger, George, . . 
Barkley, James, .. 
Creamor, Christia, 
Clerk, Johnothan, 
Collans, Thomas, . 
Connelly, Pattrick, 
Clark, Samuel, ... 
Dunn, William, . 

Dunkle, John 

Dunkle, George, . 
Donley, James, ... 
Dolbey, Abraham, 

Davis, Jesse 

Evans, Abraham, 
Earehart, Adam, . 
Eckley, James, ... 
Frasure, James, . 
Penstumacher, Adam, 

Fight, Jacob 

Gavil, John 

Gregg, Nathaniel, 
William, George, 



Capt 


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35 


Ensi.:;n,.. 


43 


1 Sergt... 


3S 


1 Sergt.,. 


40 


1 Sergt.,. 


32 


1 Sergt.,. 


40 


Corpl 


36 


Corpl.,... 


SS 


Corpl 


37 


Corpl 


38 


Private,. 


41 


Private, . 


39 


Private, . 


38 


Private, . 


38 


Private, . 


30 


Private,. 


33 


Private, . 


3fi 


Private, . 


SO 


Private, . 


38 


Private, . 


S2 


Private,. 


28 


Private, . 


28 


Private, . 


38 


Private, . 


43 


Private, . 


40 


Private, . 


39 


Private, . 


40 


Private, . 


40 


Private, . 


28 


Private, . 


37 


Private. . 


3(1 


Private,. 


.■^s 


Private.. 


37 


Private, . 


35 



Appointed paymaster Sept. 6 

Sick present. 

Sick (absent) in quarters. 

Deserted 13 and ret'd 20 Oct. 

1814. 
Sick present. 



Sick (ah.sent) in quarl 
Enlisted Oct. 17, ISH. 
Absent. 



■nt) 



Sick (al 
Kuril, ugh IC Nov., 1814. 
Furlough 17 Nov., 1S14. 
Discharged inth Sept., 1814 



1000 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



ACTUAL SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES, COM- 
MANDED BY CAPT. THOMAS NEEL.— Continued. 





Names. 




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Hametton, Samuel, .. 


Private, . 


2S 






37. 
3S. 


Hays Jolm 


Private, . 


3S 






Hastings, John, 


Private, . 


3S 






39. 


Henon, John 


Private, . 


3S 


Deserted Oct. 13 and ret'd 


20th. 


40. 


Hopper, Samuel, 


Private, . 




Discharged 9 S-pt., 1814. 




41. 


Wettring-ton, James, . 


Private, . 


C7 


Sick (ab.sent) in quarters. 




42. 


HamphiU, John 


Private, . 


3S 


Diserted. 




43. 


Kidd, John 


Private, . 


36 






44. 


Kerns, Christian, 


Private,. 


40 






45. 


Lemmon, Isaac, 


Private, . 


30 






46. 


Lebasher, James, 


Private. . 


26 






47. 


Loomas, Frances 


Private, . 


38 


Deserted ISth -Nov., 1814. 




4S. 


McClurg-, Samuel, ... 


Private,. 


38 


Furloughed 20 Nov., 1S14. 




49. 


McClelland, Wm., ... 


Private, . 


37 






50. 


McCrea, William, ... 


Private, . 


40 






51. 


Montgomery, Wm., .. 


Private, . 


44 






52. 


McGlaughlin, James,. 


Private, . 


30 


Discharged 17 Sept., ISM. 




53. 


McConnel, William, .. 


Private. . 


39 






54. 


McCord, James, 


Private, . 


38 






55. 


Milligan, James, 


Private, . 


39 






56. 


McCkingan, Wm 


Private, . 


39 






57. 


McCanna, Laurance, 


Private, . 






J 


58. 


Murrey, James 


Private,. 


40 


Died 16th Nov., 1814. 




59. 


McCruin, Hugh 


Private, . 


40 


deserted. 




60. 


Merton, John 


Private, . 


36 


Sick (in quarters) absent. 




61. 


Nicholas, Ritchard, .. 


Private, . 


38 






62. 


Patman, George 


Private, . 


39 






63. 


Pickel, John, 


Private, . 
Private,. 


3S 
38 


Furlow from 13 Oct. for a 




64. 


Patton, Robert, 


mo. 










or longer. 




65. 


Pierce, Richard 


Private, 


42 






66. 


Pecock, Thomas, 


Private,. 


40 






67. 


Reed, Joseph, 


Private, . 


28 






68. 


Rodgers, Hugh, 


Private, . 


37 


Sick present. 




6S. 


Swisher, Henry 


Private, . 


40 






70. 


Scot, William 


Private. . 


38 






71. 


Sampson, John 


Private, . 


37 






72. 


Truter, James 


Private, . 


37 


On Furlow 13 Oct, for 2 weeks. 


73. 


Skean, Joseph, 


Private, 


39 






74. 


Stites, W. Francis, .. 


Private, , 


40 


promoted. \ 




75. 


Taylor, James 


Private, . 


43 






76. 


Wilson, W. Josiah, .. 


Private, , 


38 


Sick (absent) in Qrs. 




77. 


Wallace, William, .. 


Private,. 


38 






78. 


Wilson, Thomas 


Private, . 


28 


Sick (absent) in Qrs. 




79. 


Whiteside, Thomas, .. 


Private, . 


38 






80. 


Sampon, Wm 


Private, . 


40 






81. 


Werle, Samuel 


Private, . 


37 


Deserted. 




82. 


Nixon, Robert 






Deserted. 





WAR OF 1812-1814. 1001 

We certify on honor that the foregoing Muster Roll exhibits 
the true state of the Company of Infantry in the actual service 
of the United States under the command of Capt. Tho. Neel 
for the period herein expressed, and that the remarks opposite 
the men's names are accurate and just. 

ROBERT MILLIGAN, 

Lieut. Com'd. 
JNO. EBERLB, Surg'n. 

I certify on honor that the foregoing Muster Roll exhibits 
the true state of the Company of Infantry in the actual service 
of the United States, under the command of in obedience to 
an order from, Maj. Gen'l W. Scott. 

JNO. W. FORSTER. 
Brig. Maj. 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED 
BY THOMAS NEEL OF THE SECOND REGIMENT PER- 
FORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER THE COMMAND 
OF COLONEL RITCHER WHO RENDEZVOUSED AT 
YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER OF THE GOV- 
ERNOR DATED 26TH, AUGUST, 1814. 
Commencement and Expiration of Service (not stated). 
Captain. 
Thomas Neel. 

Lieutenant. 
Robert Millagin. 

Ensine. 
Wm. Noble. 

Sergants. 

1. Francis W. Stites. 
2. Isaac Milner. 

3. John Jones. 
4. Henry Doughty. 

Corporals. 
1. Mathew R. Horner. 

2. James Patterson. 

3. John Caughey. 

4. Henry Rippy. 



1002 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Drummer. 
Josiah Hageu. 

Fipher. 
Robert Brown. 



Pri 
William Dunn. 
James Taylor. 
Abner Davis. 
William Buntling. 
Isaac Leamon. 
Jacob Eckeman. 
Christian Creamer. 
James McLaulin. 
James Labasser. 
William Wallis. 
James Frazler. 
John Dunkle. 
George Dunkle. 
Samuel Hamilton. 
John Hartmg. 
Joseph Reed. 
John Pickel. 
Samuel McClung. 
George McCartneJ^ 
Adam Fenstermalter. 
John Norton. 
John Hid. 
William McLelland. 
Jonnathan Clark. 
James Donnally. 
George Harsh. 
John Boyd. 
Francis Loomis. 
Abraham Dolby. 
Henry Swisher. 
John Gavil. 
Jesse Davis. 
William Montgomery. 

I Certify the foregoing to be 

Test, 

NATH'L WATSON, 
Major Gen'l Pa. Militia. 



vates. 
John Hayes. 
William Scott. 
George Eager. 
Nathan'l Gregg. 
James McClure. 
Jacob Fight. 
William McCrea. 
William McConnel. 
William Sampson. 
James McCord. 
Rob't Patton. 
George Oatman. 
John Sampson. 
Hugh Rogers. 
James Barclay. 
James Millagen. 
William McKerrigan. 
James Linter. 
Abraham Eavins. 
John Herron. 
Christian Kerns. 
Adam Earhart. 
Thomas Collins. 
Joseph Shain. 
Thomas Whiteside. 
Richard Pearce. 
Richard Nickolis. 
Patrick Connelly. 
Torrans McCanna. 
James Murry. 
Samuel Clark. 
Thomas Wilson. 

a Correct Roll of my Company. 
THOMAS NEEL, Capt. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



1003 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED 
BY CAPTAIN THOMAS NEIL, SECOND REGIMENT PER- 
FORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER THE COMMAND 
OF COLONEL RITCHER WHO RENDEZVOUSED AT 
YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER OF THE GOV- 
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Francis W. Stites, .. 

Isaac McCluer 

John Jones 

Henry Doughty 

Malhew R. Horner, . 

James Patterson 

John Caughey 

Henry Rippy 

Josiah Hasnn 

Robert Brown 

William Dunn 

James Taylor 

Abnor Davis, 

\Vm. Bunting 

Isaac Leamon 

Jacob Eckman 

Christian Creemer, .. 
James McLaughlin, . 

James Labasser 

William Wallis 

James Frazer 

John Dunkle 

George I'unkle 

Samuel Hamilton, ... 

John Hasting 

Joseph Reed 

John Pickel 

Samuel McClung, . . . 

.\ndrew Noble, 

Adam Fenstiermeker, 

John Norton 

John Kidd 

Wm. McLelland 

Jonathan Claik 

James Donnally 

George Harsh 

John Boyd 

Francis Loomis 



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PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED 
BY CAPTAIN THOMAS NEIL.— Continued. 



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Abraham Dolby 

Henry Swisher, 

.Tohn Gavil 

Jesse Davis 

\\'illiam Montgomery 

John Hays 

William Scott 

George Badger 

Nathan' 1 Gregg, ... 

James McClure, 

Jacob Fight 

WiUiam McCrea, . . . 
William McConnel, 
William Sampson, . 

James McCord , 

Robert Patton; 

George Oatman 

John Sampson , 

Hugh Rodgers 

James Barclay 

James Milligan 

Wm. McKirachan, . 

James Sniter 

Abraham Evins 

John Herron, 

Christian Kerns 

Adam Karhart 

Thomas Collins 

Joseph Skain 

Thorn's Whiteside, 
Richard Pearce, ... 
Richard NiekoHs, .. 
Patrick Connally, .. 
Torrins McCanna, . 

James Murry 

Samuel Clark 

Thomas Willson, ... 
George Hellom 



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PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF VOLUNTEERS COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN MICHAEL PETRE OF THE 2ND. 
REGIMENT PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER 
THE COMMAND OF COLONEL RICHARDS WHO REN- 
DEZVOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER 
OF THE GOVERNOR, DATED 26TH AUGUST, 1814. 



Capt. 
Michael Petre. 

1st. Lieut. 
Jacob Sallade. 

2nd. Lieut. 
John Griesz. 

Ensign. 
Jacob German, 

1st. Sergt. 
George Meyer. 

2ncl. Sergt. 
Daniel Levi. 

3rd. Sergt. 
George Oszwald. 

4th. Sergt. 
Jacob Griesz. 

1st. Corpl. 
Daniel Glausz. 

2nd. Corpl. 
Joseph Smith. 

3rd. Corpl. 
Jacob Eckler. 

4th. Corpl. 
Henry Binkly. 

Fifer. 
John Daniel. 



1012 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Drummer, 
'harles Menner. 



David Allen. 
Adam Bonewitz. 
Solomon Bowman. 
Bernhart Glatz. 
George Dautrich. 
John Dipery. 
Peter Filtjert. 
Ludwig Fidler. 
Peter Fisher. 
John Fox. 
John Gibson. 
George Hoffman. 
Jacob Hammer. 
George Halgete. 
John Klinger. 
Jacob Krick. 
John Kutz. 
Nicolas Kolb. 

I Certify the foregoing to be 

Test, 
JNO. FORSTER, Brig. Gonl. 



William Grill. 
Samuel Lindemuth 
Peter Leininger. 
Philip Lippel. 
William McAnally 
Samuel Menner. 
Anthony Mohr. 
John North. 
John Nagle. 
David Pierce. 
Michael Price. 
Christopher Price. 
William Smith. 
Jacob Rappert. 
Jacob Wisner. 
George Williams. 
Daniel Womelsdorff. 

Correct Roll of my Company. 
MICHAEL PETRE, Capt. 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF VOLUNTEERS COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN MICHAEL PETRE OP THE 2ND 
REGIMENT PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER 
THE COMMAND OF COLONEL RICHARDS— WHO REN- 
DEZVOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER 
OF THE GOVERNOR, DATED 26TH. AUGUST, 1814. 
Coiiimer.ceinent of Service 3rd Sepfr, 1814. 



Capt. 
Michael Petre. 



1st. Lieut. 
Jacob Solliday. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 1013 

2nd Lieut. 
John Crees. 

Ensign. 
Jacob Garman. 

Sergts. 



1st. George Moyer. 
2d. Daniel Levi. 

3rd. George . 

4tti. Jacob Greisz. 

Corpls. 

1st. Daniel Glauss 

2d. Jo's Smith. 
3rd. Jacob Ecldes. 
4th. Henry Binkly 

Fifer. 
John Daniel. 

Drummer. 
Charlts Menner. 

Privates. 
David Allen. 
Ludwig Fidler. 

George (his [X] mark) Daubuci;. 
John (his [XJ mark) Dipery. 
Bernard (his [X] mark) Clatz. 
Peter (his [X] mark) Fisher. 
John Fox. 

John (his [X] mar) Gibson. 
George Hoffman. 
Jacob (his [X] mark) Hummer. 
George (his [X] mark) Halkit. 
John (his [X] marlc) Klinger. 
Jacob (his [X] mark) Krick. 
John (his [X] mark) Kutz. 
YN^iliam (his [X] mark) Krill. 
Peter (his [X] mark) Leininger. 



1014 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Philip (his [X] marlv) Lipple. 

William (his [X] mark) Mcernaly. 

Samuel Menner. 

Anthony (his [X] mark) Moore. ' 

John North. 

John (his [X] mark) Nagle. 

David Pierce. 

Michael (his [X] mark) Price. 

Christopher (his [X] mark) Price. 

William (his [X] mark) Smith. 

Jacob (his [XJ mark) Wisner. 

Geo. (his [X] mark), Williams. 

Daniel Womelsdorff. 

43 non-commissioned officers & privates &c. 
6 dolls. 

258 

6 add 1 more. 

264 Dolls. 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF VOLUNTEERS COMMAND- 
ED BY CAPTAIN ISAAC SMITH OF THE 2ND REGIMENT 
PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER THE COM- 
MAND OF COLONEL RICHARDS WHO RENDEZVOUSED 
AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER OF THE GOV- 
ERNOR, DATED 26TH AUGUST, 1814. 



Captain. 
Isaac Smith. 



Lieutenant. 

Michael Lantz, 
Nathan bchanan. 

Insin. 
John Taylor. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



1015 



Sergeants. 

Thomas Black. 
George Taylor. 

J's Freeburn. 

Henry Shefer. 

Corporals. 

Dillson fuller, 
Samuel Hummel. 

Musicians. 
Abraham Freed. 



Privates. 



Thomas Freeburn. 
John Clark. 
John Reed. 
Jacob Bower. 
Frederic Frank. 
Christain Peters. 
Peter Marsh. 
Michael Bower. 
Daniel Wilson. 
John Black. 
Peter Chub. 
John Miller. 
William Lage. 
Adam Braugh. 
Abraham Jurey. 
Daniel Heckerd. 
Daniel Server. 



Casper Heckert. 
Isaac Ruter. 
Joseph Urigh. 
George Lentz. 
Guy Hilliard. 
George Sinn. 
David Swagerd. 
John Noblet. 
Jacob Lingafelter, 
Adam Bower. 
Jacob Gray. 
George Jurey. 
Samuel Huston. 
Philip Kline. 
Peter Bitting. 
Fresher Heckard. 
Casper Heckard. 



I Certify the foregoing to be a Correct Roll of my Company. 

ISAAC SMITH, Capt. 
Test, 

NATH'L WATSON, 

Major Gen'l Penn'a Militia. 



1016 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF VOLUNTEERS COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN ISAAC SMITH OF THE 2D REGI- 
MENT PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF COLONEL RICHARDS WHO RENDEZ- 
VOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER OF 
THE GOVERNOR, DATED 26TH AUGUST, 1814. COM- 
MENCEMENT OF SERVICE 31ST AUGUST, 1814. 



Captain. 
Isaac Smith. 

Lieuts. 
Michael Lentz Nathan Buchanan. 

Ensign. 
John Taylor. 

Sergeants. 

Amt. pd. 

Thomas Black, $6 00 

George Taylor, 6 00 

James Freeburn, 6 00 

Henry Shafer, 6 00 

Corporals. 

Tillson Fuller, 6 00 

Samuel Hummell, 6 00 

Privates. 

Thomas Freeburn, 6 00 

John Clark, 6 00 

John Reed, 6 00 

Jacob Bower, 6 00 

Fredric Frank 6 00 

Christian Peters, 6 00 

Peter Marsh, ^ 6 00 

Michael Bower, 6 00 

Daniel Willson, 6 00 

John Black 6 00 

Peter Chub, 6 00 

John Miller, 6 00 

William Lodgee, 6 00 

Adam Beacht, 6 00 

Abraham Jurey, 6 00 

Daniel Heckerd, 6 00 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 1017 

Amt. pd. 

Daniel Sarver, 6 00 

Casper Heckerd, 6 00 

Isaac Ruter, 6 00 

Joseph Urick 6 00 

George Lentz, 6 00 

Guy Hilliard 6 00 

Peter Biting, - 6 00 

George Sinn, 6 00 

David Sweigard, 6 00 

John Noblet 6 00 

John Singafelter, 6 00 

Abraham Freed, Muse, 6 00 

Adam Bower, 6 00 

Jacob Gray, _. . 6 00 

George Jurey, 6 00 

Samuel Ku:-,ton, 6 00 

Philip Clirie 6 00 



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Masey, David 

Mayer, David 

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MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY IN THE 
ACTUAL SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES, COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTN. PETER SNYDER IN THE 2ND 
REGT. 1ST BRIGADE OF PENNA. MILITIA UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF LIEUT. COL. ADAM RITSCHER AT YORK, 
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Benjn. Bonawitz, 

Robt. Moody 

John Leahy, 

Christian Spayd, .. 

.Tohn Snyder 

Chas. Hughes 

David Manly 

George Hawthorn, 
Joshua Heppick, . . 
Michl. Hargeslager, 



Privates. 

Andrew Jacob 

Alberty, Lawrence, . . 

Albright, John 

Bale, John 

Brown, Jacob 

Bullinger, Danl., 

Bullinger, Jacob, . . . 

Boyer, John 

Boddorf, John 

Burket, Peter 

Belleman, John, 

Cassel, Michl 

Cunningham, Robert, 

Conrad, John 

Cassel, Fredk 

Curry, Willm 

Critzon, George 

Duncan, John 

Diel, John 

Eversole, Abm. 

Etlee, David 

Kckler, Henry 

Ebbert, Henry 

Fritz, Michl., 



Dauphin 


cy.. 


Pa 


21 miles. 


Schuylkill Cy 


, Pa., .... 


56 mi e;. 


Dauphin 


Cy., 


Pa 


2.5 miles. 


Dauphin 


Cy., 


Pa 


16 miles. 


Dauphin 


Cy., 


Pa 


21 miles. 


Dauphin 


Cy., 


Pa 


16 miles. 


Dauphin 


Cy., 


Pa 


16 miles. 


Dauphin 


cy.. 


Pa 


21 miles. 


Dauphin 


Cy.. 


Pa 


16 miles. 


Dauphin 


Cy., 


Pa 


16 miles. 


Dauphin 


cy., 


Pa., 


21 miles. 


Dauphin 


Cy., 


Pa 


21 miles. 


Dauphin 


Cy., 


Pa 


16 miles. 


Schuylkill Cy 


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56 mi'es. 


Dauphin 


cy.. 


Pa 


21 miles. 


Lebanon 


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Pa 


25 miles. 


Dauphin 


Cy., 


Pa 


16 miles. 


Dauphin 


Cy.. 


Pa 


16 miles. 


Schuylkill Cy 


. Pa., 


56 miles. 


Berks Cy., Pa 


47 miles. 


Berks Cy., Pa 


51 miles. 


Befks Cy.. Pa 


54 miles. 


Dauphin 


cy.. 


Pa 


21 miles. 


Dauphin 


Cy., 


Pa 


24 miles. 


Dauphin 


Cy., 


Pa 


16 miles. 


Dauphin 


Cy., 


Pa 


16 miles. 


Dauphin 


Cy., 


'Pa 


16 miles. 


Dauphin 


Cy., 


Pa 


16 miles. 


I^'banon 


Cy., 


Pa 


31 miles. 


Berks Cy., Pa 


5fl miles. 


Dauphin 


cy.. 


Pa 


22 miles. 


Dauphin 


Cy., 


Pa 


16 miles. 


Schuylkill Cy 


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^"l miles. 


B°rks Cy.. Pa 


50 mi'es. 


Schuylkill Cy 


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1 55 miles. 



WAR OF 1S12-1814. 



1023 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY IN THE 
ACTUAL SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES, COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTN. PETER SNYDER.— Continued. 



Feltv Martin 




Grundon, Jas. , 




Gross, Michl , 












Hedrick Peter 




Hummel, Fredk 




Hummel, Josh 

Hempei-ly Miehl 


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Jontz, George 




Johnson, David 




Kramer Michl 




















McBride. Jas 




Murry Francis 
















Snyder, Godfry 




Pawyer John 




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Shaffer, Georae 




Seller, Peter 








Souser, Michl. 

Woltz John 




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Wyriek David 




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Schuylkill Cy., Pa. 
Lebanon Cy. , Pa., 
Dauphin Cy., Pa., 
Dauphin Cy., Pa., 
Lebanon Cy. , Pa., 
Dauphin Cy., Pa., 
Dauphin Cy., Pa., 
Dauphin Cy., Pa., 
Dauphin Cy., Pa., 
Dauphin Cy., Pa., 
Berks Cy., Pa., .. 
Dauphin Cy., Pa., 
Dauphin Cy., Pa., 
Dauphin Cy., Fa., 
Berks Cy., Pa., .. 
Schuylkill Cy., Pa, 
Lebanon Cy., Pa., 
Berks Cy.. Pa.. .. 
Dauphin Cy., Pa., 
Dauphin Cy. , Pa., 
Dauphin Cy., Pa., 
Schuylkill Cy., Pa, 
Berks Cy., Pa., .. 
Dauphin Cy., Pa., 
Berks Cy., Pa., .. 
Berks Cy., Pa., .. 
Lebanon Cy., Pa., 
Dauphin Cy., Pa., 
Berks Cy., Pa., .. 
Berks Cy., Pa., .. 
Berks Cy.. Pa., .. 
Schuylkill Cy., Pa, 
Schuylkill Cy., Pa, 
Schuylkill Cy., Pa 
Dauphin Cy., Pa., 
Dauphin Cy., Pa., 
Dauphin Cy., Pa., 
Dauphin Cy., Pa., 
Dauphin Cy., Pa.. 
Berks Cy., Pa., .. 
Schuylkill Cy., Pa 
Berks Cy. , Pa., .. 





56 miles 




30 miles. 




16 miles. 




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31 miles. 




21 miles 




21 miles 




21 miles 




16, miles 





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4.5 miles. 




21 miles 




16 miles 




26 miles 




52 miles. 




55 miles. 




30 mi'.es 




59 miles. 




30 miles 




16 miles 




16 miles 




55 miles 




49 miles 




16 miles. 




46 miles 




45 miles 




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Ifi miles 




55 miles 




59 miles 




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5S miles 




56 miles 




60 miles 




22 miles 




22 miles 




25 miles 




21 miles 




21 miles 




4S miles 




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1024 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

We certify on honor that the foregoing Muster Roll exhibits 
the true state of the Company of Infantry in the actual ser- 
vice of the U. S. under the Command of Capt. P. Snyder for 
the period herein expressed and that the remarks opposite the 
men's names are accurate and just. 

PETER SNYDER, Capt. 2nd Regt. 

1st Brigade P. M. 
JNO. EBERLE, Surgeon 2nd Regt., 
1st Brigade P. M. 

I certify on honor that the foregoing Muster Roll exhibits 
the ti'ue State of the Company of Infantry in the actual service 
of the U. S. under the Command of Captn. Peter Snyder as 
mustered by me this day of 1814 in obedience to 

I certify that I have mustered Peter Snyder Company that 
this muster roil Exhibits the True state of the same and that 
the Remarks placed opposite the names of the men are 
accurate and just according to the best of my knowledge and 
belief. 

JNO. M. FORSTER, 
Brig. Major & Inspector 1st Brigade. 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED 
BY CAPTAIN PETER SNYDER OF THE 2ND REGIMENT 
PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER THE COM- 
MAND OF COLONEL RICHARDS WHO RENDEZVOUSED 
AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER OF THE 
GOVERNOR, DATED 26TH AUGUST, 1814. 



Captain. 
Peter Snyder. 

Lieut. 
Benjamin Bonawits. 

Ensign. 
Robert Moody. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



1025 



1st. Joseph Hummel. 
2nd. Christian Spade. 



1st. David Manly. 
2nd. George Heathorn. 



Sergeants. 



3rd. John Snj^der. 
4th. John Leehigh. 



Corporals. 



3rd. Josua Heppick. 
4th. Michl. Hargeslager. 



Drummer. 
Philip Yotingblood. 

Fifer. 
Christian Corp. 



John Woltz. 
Solomon Hays. 
John Bale. 
Michl. Cassel. 
Jacob Brown. 
Abraham Eversole. 
Michl. Woltz. 
Jacob Hostler. 
Robert Conogom. 
John McElrath. 
Peter Hedrick. 
John Wolf. 
Jacob Andrew. 
James Wright. 
David Wirick. 
David Mosey. 
James Grundon. 
John Sawyer. 
John Dunkin. 
Fred. Hummel. 
Michl. Hemperley. 
David Etteler. 
John Conrod. 
Charles Hughs. 
George Jontz. 
Michl. Gross. 
Fred. Cassel. 

65— Vol. vin- 



Prlvates. 

Wm. Curry. 
Daniel Bullinger. 
George Critzen. 
George Remley. 
Wm. Strouse. 
Laurantz Alberty. 
Jacob Bullinger. 
Henry Harrow. 
John Albright. 
John Boyer. 
John Smith. 
John Boddorf. 
Jacob Hite. 
John Shaffer. 
David Moyer. 
George Shaffer. 
Peter Burket. 
Godfrey Snyder. 
Peter Seller. 
John Stine, Jr. 
George Stine. 
Michl. Fritz. 
Phillip Zarver. 
Michl. Souser. 
Henry Eckler. 
John Belleman. 
Jonathan Creigle. 
-6th Ser. 



1026 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



John Deel. 
Henry Ebbert. 
Jolin Lukinbill. 
Martin Felty. 
Jacob Winter. 

I Certify the foregoing to 

Test, 
NATHN. Vk^ATSON. 

Major Genl. P. Militia. 



John Nigh. 
Michl. Kramer. 
Richard Hays. 
Benjamin Zerver. 



a Correct Roll of my company. 
PETER SNYDER, Capt. 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN PETER SNYDER OF THE 2ND 
REGIMENT PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER 
THE COMMAND OF COLONEL RICHARDS WHO REN- 
DEZVOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER 
OF THE GOVERNOR, DATED 26TH AUGUST, 1814. COM- 
MENCEMENT OF SERVICE,- 4TH SEPT., 1814. 



Captain. 

Peter Snyder. 

Lieut. ' 

Benjamin Bonawitz. 

Ensign. 

Robert Moody. 

Sergeants. 

Amt. pd. 
1st. Joseph Hummel. 

2nd. Christian Spade $6 00 

3rd. John Snyder, 6 00 

4th. John Leehigh, 6 00 

Corporals. 

1st. David Manly, 6 00 

2nd. George Heathorn, 6 00 

3rd. Josua Heppick 6 00 

4th. Michl. Hargeslager, 6 00 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



1027 



John Woltz. 
Solomon Hays. 
John Bale. 
Michl. Cassel. 
Jacob Brown. 
Abraham Eversole. 
Michl. Woltz. 
Jacob Hostler. 
Robert Conocom. 
John McElrath. 
Peter Hedrick. 
John Wolf. 
Jacob Andrew. 
James Wright. 
David Werick. 
David Mosey. 
James Grundon. 
John Sawyer. 
John Dunkin. 
Fred Hummel. 
Michl. Hemperly. 
David Ettele. 
John Conrad. 
Charles Hughs. 
George Jontz. 
Michl. Gross. 
Fred. Cassel. 
Wm. Curry. 
Daniel Bullinger. 
George Critzen. 
George Remley. 
Wm. Strouse. 



Drum-Major. 
Philip Youngblood 

Fife-Major. 
Christian Corp. 

Privates. 

Laurentz Alberty. 
Jacob Bullinger. 
Henry Harrow. 
John Albright. 
John Boyer. 
John Smith. 
John Buddorf. 
Jacob Hite. 
John Shaffer. 
David Moyer. 
George Shaffer. 
Peter Burket. 
Godfrey Snyder. 
Peter Seller. 
John Stine, Jr. 
George Stine. 
Michl. Fritz. 
Phillip Zerver. 
Michl. Souser. 
Henry Eckler. 
John Belleman, 
Jonathan Regie. 
John Deel. 
Henry Ebbert. 
John Lukinbill. 
Martin Felty. 
Jacob Winter. 
John Nigh. 
Michl. Kramer. 
Richard Hays. 
Benjamin Zerver. 



1028 



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A MUSTER ROLL OP A COMPANY OF MILITIA IN THE 
ACTUAL SERVICE OF THE U. S. COMMANDED BY 
JAMES TODD CAPTAIN IN THE 2ND REGIMENT 1ST 
BRIGADE PENNA. MILITIA UNDER COMMAND OF COL. 
ADAM RICHARDS AT YORK, SEPT. 15, 1814. 

Commencement of Service 1st Sept., 1814. Expiration of 
Service 5th March, 1815. Place of Rendezvous, York. Distant 
of Miles, 41. 



Capt. 
Todd, James, Dauphin Co. 

Lieut. 
Ward, John, Lebanon Co. 

Ensign. 

Winter, Henry, Lebanon Co. 

Sergeants. 

Ward, Isaac, Lebanon Co. 
Fox, John, Lebanon Co. 
McCright, William, Dauphin Co. 
Duey, Simon, Dauphin Co. 

Corporals. 

Martin, James, Dauphin Co. 
Fisher, George, Lebanon Co. 
Todd, Samuel, Dauphin Co. 
Johnson, Samuel, Dauphin Co. 

Drumr. 
Burabarger, William, Lebanon Co. 

Fifer. 
Winter, Samuel, Lebanon Co. 

Privates. 
Albert, John, Lebanon Co. 
Beasore, Peter Lebanon Co. 
Beck, Jacob, Lebanon Co. 
Binner, George, Lebanon Co. 
Brown, Jacob, Lebanon Co. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 1033 



Click, John, Lebanon Co. 
Culp, Luis, Lebanon Co. 
Dibbans, John, Dauphin Co. 
Emerick, Jacob, Lebanon Co. 
Ferling, George, Lebanon Co. 
Fusick, Dewald, Lebanon Co. 
Firnwald, George, Lebanon Co. 
Fauver, John, Lebanon Co. 
Failor, George, Lebanon Co.' 
Felty, George, Lebanon Co. 
^olmer, John, Lebanon Co. 
Goodman, Peter, Dauphin Co. 
Hossinger, Stofle, Lebanon Co. 
Hunsaker, Philip, Lebanon Co. 
Howser, John, Dauphin Co. 
Hoofnagle, John, Lebanon Co. 
Hoofnagle, Benjamin, Lebanon Co. 
Hileman, John, Lebanon Co. 
Hedderick, John, Lebanon Co. 
Hoover, Conrad, Dauphin Co. 
Kremer, Peter, Dauphin Co. 
Knoll, George, Lebanon Co. 
Kyser, Conrad, Lebanon Co. 
Koch, Henry, Lebanon Co. 
Lunning, Casper, Dauphin Co. 
Light, Felix, Lebanon Co. 
Luts, George, Lebanon Co. 
Leas, Daniel, Lebanon Co. 
Martin, John, Lebanon Co. 
Morton, James, Dauphin Co. 
Meese, John, Lebanon Co. 
Moury, Conrad, Lebanon Co. 
McCright, Alexandr, Dauphin Co. 
O'Brian, Samuel, Lebanon Co. 
Painter, George, Lebanon Co. 
Pruss, George, Lebanon Co. 
Pruss, John, Lebanon Co. 
Spitler, Henry, Lebanon Co. 
Snodgrass, Robert, Dauphin Co. 
Shirk, George, Lebanon Co. 
Stoner, Henry, Dauphin Co. 
Secondevrst, John, Lebanon Co. 
Shafer, Adam, Lebanon Co. 
Seemon, John, Lebanon Co. 



1034 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Todd, David, Dauphiu Co. 
Unghst, Peter, Dauphin Co. 
Winter, John, Lebanon Co. 
Wolf, John, Lebanon Co. 
Wolburn, Jacob, Lebanon Co. 
Wellvmore, David, Lebanon Co. 
Wolmer, George, Lebanon Co. 
Weiser, Benjamin, Lebanon Co. 
Wenney, Andrew, Lebanon Co. 
Wolburn, John, Lebanon Co. 
Wolburn, Henry, Lebanon Co. 
Younker, John, Lebanon Co. 

We certify on honor that the foregoing Muster Roll Exhibits 
the true state of the Company of Malitia in the actual service 
of the U. S. Under Command of Capt. James Todd for the 
period herein expressed and that the remarks opposite the 
men's names are accurate and just. 

JAMES TODD, Capt. 2 Regt., 

1st Brig., Penna. Militia. 
JNO. EBBRLE, Surgeon, 2nd Regt., 
1st Brig., Penna. Militia. 

I certify that I have mustered Captain James Todd Company 
that this muster roll exhibits the true state of the same and 
that the remarks placed opposite the names of the men are 
accurate and just according to the best of my knowledge and 
belief. 

JNO. M. FORSTER, 
Brig. Major & Inspector 1st Brig., Penna. Militia. 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED BY 
CAPTAIN JAMES TODD OF THE 2 REGIMENT PER- 
FORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER THE COMMAND 
OF COLONEL ADAM RITSCHER WHO RENDEZVOUSED 
AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER OF THE 
GOVERNOR, DATED 2GTH AUGUST, 1814. 



Captain. 
James Todd. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



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1. John McQuig. 

2. John Fox. 



1. John Martin. 

2. George Fisher 



Lieutenant. 
John Ward. 

Ensign. 
Henry Winter. 

Sergeants. 

3. William McCright. 

4. Simon Duey. 

Corporals. 

3 Samuel Todd. 

4. Samuel Johnston. 

Drummer. 
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Fifer. 
Samuel Winter. 



Henry Spitler. 
Samuel Brian. 
Philip Hunsaker. 
Casper Lunuing. 
John Winter. 
John Albert. 
John Hewser. 
George Farling 
Peter Beasen. 
David Todd. 
John Hoofnagle. 
Peter Unghst. 
James Martin. 
James Mortin. 
Robert Snodgrass. 
Benjamin Hocfnagle. 
John Wolf. 
John Hileman. 
John Muse. 
Jacob Wolburn. 
Conrad Kyzer. 
George Shark. 
George Foinwold. 



Dewalt Fusick. 
George painter. 
David Welkmore. 
John Heddrick. 
^John FolmeF^ 
Henry Stener. 
George Wolmer.-f 
Peter Kremer. 
Jacob Beck. 
Felix Light. 
John Klick. 
Jacob Emrick. 
George Luts. 
George Binner. 
Daniel Loas. 
Jacob Brown. 
John Yonker. 
Benjamin Wiser. 
John Fauver. 
George Knoll. 
Andrew wanner. 
Peter Goodman. 
John Wolburn. 



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PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Conrad Mourey. 
Henry Wolburn. 
John Secondeorst. 
Henry Koch. 
Christopher Hossinger. 
Conrad Hoover. 
George Pruss. 



John Pruss. 
John Dibbens. 
George Failer. 
Adam Shafer. 
George Felty. 
John Simon. 



I Certify the foregoing to be a Correct Roll of my Company. 

JAMES TODD, Capt. 
Test 
NATH'L WATSON, 
Major Gen'I, 
Pa. Militia. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



1037 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN JAMES TODD OF THE 2ND 
REGIMENT PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER 
THE COMMAND OF COLONEL A. PRITCHER WHO REN- 
DEVOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER 
OF THE GOVERNOR, DATED 26TH AUGUST, 1814. 




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2nd. John Fox, 
Srd. Wm. McCright 
4th. Simon Duey, 

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John Winter. 

John Albert 

John Houser 

George Farling 

Peter Beshore 

David Todd, 



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James Martin, 

James Morton 

Robert Snodgrass, ... 
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RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN JAMES TODD.— Continued. 




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MUSTER ROLL OP THE FIELD AND STAFF OFFICERS OF 
THE BATTALION IF INFANTRY ATTACHED TO THE 
1ST BRIG. PENN'A MILITIA IN THE ACTUAL SERVICE 
OF THE U. S., COMMANDED BY MAJ. W'M McFARLAND 
AT YORK SEPT., 1814. 



Commencement of Service for all 
Expiration of Service for all 5th March, 1815. 
Place of Residence for all Chester Cy., Pa. 
Place of Rendezvous for all York, Pa. 

Major. 
W'M McFarland. 

Quat. Mast. 
W'M K. Coney. 

Adjutant. 
Robert Lockert. 

I certify on honor that the within muster roll exhibits the 
true state of the field and staff officers of the battalion of 
Infantry attended to the 1 Brig. Penn. Militia in the actual 
service of the U. S., commanded by Maj. W'm McFarland for 
the period herein expressed, and that the remarks opppsite 
the officers names are accurate & just. 

JNO. FORSTER, Brig'r Genl. 

I certify on honor that the within muster roll exhibits the 
true state of the field and staff oflacers of the battalion of 
infantry battalion to the 1 Brig. Penna. Militia in the actual 
service of the U. S. commanded by Major McFarland as 
mustered by me. 

JNO. M. FORSTER, Brig. Maj. 



RETURN OF THE ARMS ACCOUTREMENTS OP CAPT. 
FISHERS COMPANY ATTACHED TO THE THIRD REGI- 
MENT & PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA. 



Captain. 
Philip Fisher. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 1043 

Ensign. 
Thomas Shey. 

Non-Commissioned Officers. 

Sergeants, 3 

Corporals 2 

Privates, 29 

Muskets, 17 

Tents, 

Camp Kettles, 4 

Knapsacks, 32 

Cartouch Boxes, 

Swords, 2 

Total number of Non Commissioned Officers & Privates, 34 

The Swords and knapsacks are all private property. 

The muskets have been received from the Colonel of the 
third Regiment and are some of them unfit for service. 

There are also five canteens omitted to be mentioned in the 
annexed Schedule. 

Camp at York, Sept. 8th, 1814. 

I certify the above return to be true to the best of my 
knowledge. 

PHILIP FISHER, Capt. 

Captain. 

Philip Fisher. 

Ensign. 
Thomas Schee. 

Privates and Non Commissioned Officers. 

Jasper Smith. 

Jacob Schaner. 

Christian Ramler. 

Samuel Forver. 

Samuel Eicholtz. 

Philip Walse. 

Thomas Butcher, substitute for John Orth. 

Philip Wolfe. 

Henry Smith. 

George Arnold. 



1044 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 

Michael Long. 

Henry Bricker, substitute for Jno. Louser. 
Michael Gingrich, substitute for George Miller. 
Jonathan Tompkins. 
Martin Bartlebach. 

Henry Puersh, substitute for Henry Shaffer. 
George Spangler. 
Solomon Williams. 
Ulrick Berkholder. 
Jacob Greisher. 
William Hoover. 
Henry Caldwell. 
John Gebheart. 

Hugh Gibbony, substitute for Geo. Hess. 
Henry Reddick. 
Jacob Blecker. 
Jacob Inst. 
David Rees. 
Adam Sumtag. 
John Gilbert. 
John Haun. 
Peter Moore. 

Peter Mayer, Henry Glecow. 
A true return of the men now under my command. 

PHILIP FISHER, Caat. 
To C. Spayd, Brigade Inspector. 



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PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED BY 
CAPTAIN PHILIP FISHER OF THE 5TH BATTALION 
REGIMENT 2D BRIGADE PERFORMING A TOUR OF 
DUTY UNDER THE COMMAND OF MAJOR McFARLAND 
WHO RENDEZVOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENER- 
AL ORDER OF THE GOVERNOR, DATED 26TH AUGUST, 
1814. 



Captain. 
Philip Fisher. 

Lieut. 
John Crugh. 

insign. 
Thomas Shea. 

fifer. 
James McCord. 

Sergents. 
James Elliott, 1 sergent. Christian ramler, 3 serg. 

Jacob Shener, 2 serg. Frederick Bolman, 4 serg.. 

Corporals. ^ 

Samuel Faver, 1 Corp. Henry Bryerd, 3 corp. 

Samuel Eichholts, 2 corp. Daniel Ramsey, 4 corp. 

Phillip Waltz. William Hoover. 

Thomas Butcher. Henry Caldwell. 

Phillip Wolf. John Cephart. 

Henry Smith. Henry redich. 

George Arnold. Jacob plecher. 

Michael Long. Adam Suntag. 

Henry Bricker. John Han. 

Michael Gingrich. Peter More. 

Jonathin Thomkins. Peter Moyer. 

martin bartelbach. Henry greglow. 

Henry Bursh. Jacob Eberly. 

george Spangler. Fredrick Eply. 

Soloman Williams, Nicholass Brand. 

Jacob Greisher. Henry gerraan. 



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1051 



Jacob Kisinger. 
John Goss. 
Jacob Eichholts. 
Samuel Dunbar. 
John Klever. 
Isack Barnet. 
Frederick howard. 
Frederick greech. 
Samuel Miller. 
John glass. 
Henry Orenrider. 
William ault. 
Samuel goshart. 
Eavin Lewis. 
David Kremer. 



Abraham roland. 
Michale goldman. 
Christion waltz. 
John Acheback. 
John Wolf. 
John Fogel. 
Valentine Losser. 
George Miller, 
george Neaf. 
John Muckefee. 
James Rannels. 
William karech. 
Jacob Wise. 
Peter Spangler. 
George Whitemoyer. 



I certify the foregoing to be a correct roll of my compy. 

CAPT. PHILIP FISHER. 
Test 
W. FORSTER, Brig. Genl. 



1052 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN PHILIP FISHER OF THE 5TH 
BATTALION, 2D BRIGADE PERFORMING A TOUR OF 
DUTY UNDER THE COMMAND OF MAJOR McFARLAND 
WHO RENDEZVOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GEN- 
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1053 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN PHILIP FISHER.— Continued. 



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Samuel Dunbar 

John Klever 

Isaac Barnet 

Frederick Howard, . 
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Samuel Miller 

John Glass, 

Henry oxenrider, 

William Ault, 

Samuel goshard 

Eavin Lewis 

David Kromer 

Abraham roland 

Michael goldman, ... 

Christian Walts 

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John Wolf 

John Hogel 

Valentine Loser 

Henry Loser 

George Miller 

George Neaf 

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James Rennolds 

William Karich, .... 

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PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED BY 
CAPTAIN JAS. McCULLOUGH OF THE 5TH BATTALION 
1ST BRIGADE PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER 
THE COMMAND OF MAJOR M'FARLAND WHO RENDEZ- 
VOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER OF 
THE GOVERNOR, DATED 26TH AUGUST, 1814. 







James McCullough, .. 

Robert King, 

John Dayton, 

John Hanna 

Wm. Jackson 

Theophilus Crawford, 

John Ramsey 

John McQue 

John Johnson, 

Jas. Harbison, 

Joseph White 

John Evans 

Nathl. Ramsey, 

Hugh McCullough, .. 

John Modderwell 

Isaac Moore 

Samuel Potter. 
David B. MoKoble. 
Davis Hannums. 
Moses Long. 
Edward Green. 
Samuel Antrim. 
Moses Harvey. 
Jas. Hamilton. 
Amos Ayles. 
John Steward. 

John Robinson. 
Wm. Long. 
Andrew Armstrong. 
George Warden. 
Hugh Long. 
Wm. Lemon. 
Christian Moore. 
Itiaac Walton. 
George Kunkle. 
.Tohn Curtis. 
Frederick Baker. 
Andrew McKonky. 
Samuel Doubts. 
Andrew Reece. 



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2nd Sergt. 
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4th Sergt. 
1st Sergt. 
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3 Corpl. 

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Private. 
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PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OP MILITIA COMMANDED BY 
CAPTAIN JAS. McCULLOUGH.— Continued. 



Commencement of 
Service. 



31 John Howit. 








32 Conrad Devit. 








33 John Brown. 








34 John Murdock. 








3S John Gamble. 








36 Daniel Carpenter. 








37 Richard Carpenter. 








38 Martin Maxwell. 








39 Jas. Reed. 








40 John Stetler. 








41 Patrick Donnelly. 








42 Jacob Brubacker. 








43 George McCartney. 








I certify the foregoing to be a correct Roll of my company. 




JAMES McCULLOUGH, 




Capt. 


Test 




NATH. WATSON, 




Major Genl. 




Pens. Militia. 









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RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN JAMES McCULLOUGH OF THE 5 
BATTALION 1ST BRIGADE PERFORMING A TOUR OF 
DUTY UNDER THE COMMAND OF MAJOR McFARLAND 
WHO RENDEZVOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENER- 
AL ORDER OF THE GOVERNOR, DATED 26TH AUGUST, 
1814. 






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RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN JAS. McCULLOUGH.— Continued. 







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3S. Richard Carpenter, 

37. Martin Mstxwell, .. 

38. Jas. Reed 

39. Jno. Btetler 

40. Patrick Donnelly, 

41. Jacob Brubocher, 

42. George McCartney, 



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PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED BY 
CAPTAIN JEREMIAH REES OF THE 5TH BATALLION 
2ND BRIGADE PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER 
THE COMMAND OF MAJOR McFARLAND WHO RENDEZ- 
VOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER OF 
THE GOVERNOR DATED 26TH AUGUST, 1814. 



Capt. 
Jeremiah Rees. 

Lieut. 
Conrod Knepley. 



Ensign. 
James Dill. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 
Sergeants. 



1065 



1. Peter Etchberger. 

2. Danial Deal. 



John Hosier. 
Conrod Spats. 
Anthony Katerman. 
John Misseman. 
Addam Griss. 
Samuel Gable, 
peter Shall. 
George lutz. 
Machael Troutman. 
John Haun. 
Laurence Solleday. 
Henry Badorff. 
John Forrey. 
John Mill. 
Andrew lernand. 
Addam Briggle. 
John Coleman. 
John Strong. 
Michael Fisher. 
Henry Miller. 
George Null. 
Henry Foltz. 
peter Newman. 
Joseph Rntter. 
Jacob Null. 
John Darr. 
William Nipple. 
Jacob Reed. 



3. Phillip garman. 

4. Henry Kendal. 



Privates. 



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Samuel Mathew. 
Addam Hayne. 
Jacob Riggle, Junr. 
John Katerman. 
Daniel Reedy. 
Henry Seetz. 
Daniel Klinger. 
Jacob Shingler. 
Michael Keith. 
George laird. 
Daniel Deckart. 
David Bridegum. 
peter krick. 
Frederick Fisher. 
Jacob Riggle, Senr. 
Henry Fidler. 
John Foust. 
John Fryberger. 
Samuel Dingier. 
John Draffenbauch. 
Henry Doughbert. 
Rudolph Stoner. 
Daniel Heipner. 
Henry Metz. 
John Feag. 
Henry Zimmermon. 



I Certify the foregoing to be a Correct Roll of my Company. 

ZEREMIAH REES, 
Test 
W'M FORSTER, Brig. Gen. 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN JEREMIAH REES OF THE 5TH 
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DUTY UNDER THE COMMAND OF MAJOR McFARLAND 
WHO RENDEZVOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENER- 
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Jacob Higgle Juner 




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Frederick Fisher, 
Jacob Rigrgle, sener, 

Henry Fidler, 

John Foust 

John Frybarger, ... 
Samiel Dangler, 
John Deaffenbauch, 
Henry Doughbert, . 
Rudolph Stoner, 

Daniel Heipner, 

Henry Metz 

John Feag 

Henry Zimmerman, 



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PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED BY 
CAPTAIN JOHN ROBESON OF THE FIFTH BATALION 
PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER THE COM- 
MAND OF WHO RENDEZVOUSED AT 

YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER OF THE GOVER- 
NOR DATED 26TH AUGUST 1814. 



Capt, 
John Robeson. 

Lieut. 
William Robinson. 

Ensign. 
Benjamin Pennell. 



1. Robert Hughes. 

2. Bertholomy Pernley, 



5. John Douten. 

6. William Clendenan. 

7. John Engel, 

8. John Evets. 

9. Joseph Arnold. 

10. George Landens. 

11. Samuel Kirkwood. 

12. Clempson White. 

13. John Mcdonal. 

14. David Miller. 

15. James Orr. 

16. Samuel Grees. 

17. John Armstrong. 

18. Alexander Turner. 

19. William Mury. 

20. John Moor. 

21. Jesse Frame. 

22. Samuel Mcpilips. 

23. George Weaver. 

24. Adam Weaver. 

25. William Gammel. 

26. Samuel Zink. 

27. Evert Strohm. 



Sergeants. 

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4. William Borsfoot. 

Privates. 

28. Jacob Fickley. 

29. Jesse Harmon. 

30. Adam Snyder. 

31. Philip Borge. 

32. John Weaver. 

33. David Stoutzenborger. 

34. Jacob Tongert. 

35. Henry Boman. 

36. John Fritz. 

37. Philip Megowan. 

38. Peter Stephen. 

39. Daniel Wolf. 

40. Peter Fry. 

41. Abraham Hunter. 

42. Valentine Boley. 

43. John Odear. 

44. Charls Megroty. 

45. Jesse Line. 

46. James Jonsten. 

47. Frances Taylor. 

48. John Reed. 

49. Thomas Graham. 

50. David Chambers. 



WAR OP 1812-1814. 



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51. Samuel Rab. 

52. Thomas Rimbel. 

53. Calep Evans. 

54. John Humpshire. 

55. John Gormley. 

56. John Yegar. 

57. Andrew Bowbender. 

58. John Brown. 

59. Jonathan Cumins. 

60. Evan Waters. 

61. John Powel. 

62. John W. Miller. 

63. Charls Close. 

64. W'm Gilkeson. 

65. David Shaw. 

66. John Aron. 

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Test 
NATHL. WATSON, 
Major Genl., 
Penns. Militia. 



67. George Davis. 

68. James Frozer. 

69. John Clark. 

70. Samuel Evans. 

71. John B. Henderson. 

72. Thomas Woods. 

73. Abraham Baker. 

74. James Wilson. 

75. Rudolph Cole. 

76. John Greenfield. 

77. Jacob Bowers. 

78. Jacob Harind. 

79. Thomas Quin. 

80. John Zink. 

81. William Cumins. 

cO be a Correct ftoll of my Company. 
JOHN ROBESON, Capt. 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN JOHN ROBESON OF THE FIFTH 
BATTALION PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER 
THE COMMAND OF MAJOR McFARLAND WHO REN- 
DEZVOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER 
OF THE GOVERNOR DATED 26TH AUGUST, 1814. 









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John Robeson Capt.,.. 

William Robinson Lieut.,. 

Benjamin Pendel Ensign, 

Robert Hughes, Serg.,.. 

Bertholomey Persley Serg.,.. 

"William Cum Serg.,.. 

Wm. Barefoot, Serg. , . . 



31st August, 
31st August, 
31st August, 
31st August, 
31st August, 
31st Aug\ist, 
31st August, 



68— Vol. VIII— 6th Ser. 



1074 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN JOHN ROBESON.— Continued. 



















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John Dawten Private, 

Wm. Clendenon Private, 

John Engel Private, 

John Everts Private, 

Joseph Arnolds Private, 

George Sanders Private, 

Samuel Kirkvi'ood Private, 

Clempson White, .•/ Private, 

John McDonal, Private, 

David Miller Private, 

James Orr Private, 

Samuel Green Private, 

John F. Armstrong Private, 

Alexander Turner Pi-ivate, 

"William Murray Private, 

John Moore, Private, 

Jesse Prome Private, 

Samuel McKilips Private,, 

George Weaver Private,, 

Adam Weaver, Private, 

William Gamble Private,. 

Samuel Zink Private, . 

Erhart Strohm, Private,, 

Jacob Fickley Private,, 

Jesse Herman, Private, 

Adam Snyder Private,. 

Philip Burge Private,. 

John Weaver, Private,. 

David Houtsberger Private,. 

Jacob Tanger, • Private,. 

Henry Bowman Private,. 

John FYitz, Private, . 

Philip McGowan Private,. 

Peter Stephen, Private,. 

Daniel Wolf Private,. 

Peter Fry Private,, 

Abraham Hunter Private,. 

Valentine Boley Private,. 

John Adare, Private,. 

Charles Megroty, Private,. 

Jesse Line Private,. 

James Jonston Private,. 

Frances Taylor Private,. 

John Reed, Private,. 



August, 
August, 
Augu.st, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
Auguts, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August. 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 
August, 



1814, 
1814, 
1S14, 
1814, 
1814, 
1814, 
1814, 
1814, 
1814, 
1814, 
1814, 
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1814, . 
1814, . 
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1814, . 
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1814, . 



WAR OP 1812-1814. 



1075 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OP MILITIA COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN JOHN ROBESON.— Continued. 



I 

ii 



Private I 31st August, 

Private, 31st August, 

Private ! 31st August, 

Private 31st August, 

Private, I 31st August, 

Private, I 31st August, 

Private : 31st August, 

Private j 31st August, 



Thomas Graliam, .. 
David Chambers, .. 

Samuel Babb, 

Thomas Kimbel, . . 

Caleb Evans 

John Gormley, 

John Teger, 

Andrew Bowberger, , . . ,. 

John Broom, Private, 3 st Angus 

Johnathan Cumins, 

Even Waters 

John Powal 

John H. Miller j Private 

Cliarles Close, I Private 

Wm. Gilkeson 
David Shaw 



Private j 31st August, 

Private I 31st August, 

Private \ 31st August, 

31st August, 
31st August, 

Private ' 31st August, 

Private, ] 31st August, 



John Aron Private , 31st August, 



31st August 
31st August, 
31st August, 
31st August, 
31st August, 
31st August, 

:e I 31st August, 

ivate j 31st August, 

Rudolph Cole, Private j 31st August, 

John Greenfield Private 31st August, 

Jacob Harring Private 31st Augus , 

Jacob Bowers Private j 31st August, 

Thomas Quin, Private , 31st August, 

John Zinlc ?'"!''''*'' 

William Cumins, 



George Davis, ! Private, 

James Frazer j Private, 

John Clark Private, 

Samuel Evans ; Private, 

John B. Henderson | Private, 

Thomas Woods Private, 

Abraham Buker, 
James Nelson, 



31st August, 
,-ate I 31st August, 



1814, . 
1814, . 
1S14, . 
1814, . 
1S14. 
1814. 
1814, . 
1814, . 
1814, . 
1814, . 
1814,. 
1814. 
1814, . 
1814, . 
1814, . 
1814, . 
1814, . 
1814. 
1814,. 
1S14, . 
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1814, . 
1814, . 
1814, , 
1814. 
1814, 
1814. 
1814, 
1814, 
1814. 
1814, 
1S14. 



1076 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF INFANTRY IN THE 
ACTUAL SERVICE OF THE U. STATES, COMMANDED BY 
CAPT. WILLIAM STEELE IN THE 5TH BATTALION 1ST 
BRIGADE PENNA. MILITIA COMMANDED BY MAJOR 
WILLIAM McFARLAND AT YORK, SEPTM'R 5TH, 1814. 

Commencement of Service for all, 5th Sept., 1814. 
Expiration of Service for all, 5th March, 1815. 
Place of Residence for all, Chester County. 
Place of Rendezvous for all, York. 
Distance of Rendezvous from Residence, 60 miles. 



Captain. 
William Steele. 

Lieutenant. 
David Wiley. 

Ensign. 
Sam'l Le Fevre. 



Rob't Rambo, 1st. 
Rob't Gibson, 2nd. 



Jno. R. Gibson, 1st. 
Isaac Russel, 2nd. 



Armstrong, John. 
Buckalieu, Abr'm. 
Bunting, James. 
Brown, John. 
Bear, Henry. 
Brown, Jbseph. 
Boyd, James. 
Corry, K. William. 
Cooper, John. 
Cummins, Jesse. 
Clouard, Jacob. 
Chamberlain, Obed. 
Cloud, George. 
Cochran, E. John. 



Sergeants. 

Jesse Jones, 3rd. 
Jno. Maxwell, 4th. 

Corporals. 

John Ford, 3rd. 
Sam'l Patterson, 4th. 

Privates. 

Curtz, Jacob. 
Carswell, James. 
Drennin, John. 
Dance, Isaac. 
Dugan, Philip. 
Darling, John. 
Davis, John. 
Dean, Mathias. 
Dunlap, Enoch. 
Fleming, William. 
Fitzgerald, John. 
Gibson, John. 
Gibson, William. 
Gilmore, John. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



1077 



Henderson, Archild. 
Hollis, George. 
Hinton, Moses. 
Harris, Reubin. 
Hollowell, John. 
Irwin, William. 
Irwin, Alexn'r. 
Irwin, Benjamin. 
Kennedy, John. 
Lewis, Collin. 
Leming, Thomas. 
Lowry, James. 
Lawrence, Sentman. 
Lewis, Absalom. 
Miillin, Charles. 
McCrackan, James. 
Mace, Joseph. 
Money, Charles. 
Murdock, John. 
McClellan, John. 

We Certify on honour that the within Muster Roll exhibits 
a true statement of the Company under the command of Capt. 
William Steele attached to the 5th Battalion 1st Brigade 
Penna. Militia now in the Service of the United States for the 
period therein mentioned and that the Remarks opposite the 
names are accurate and just. 

WILLIAM STEELE, Capt'n, 
* Command'g. 



McGinnis, Joseph. 
Nolen, Robert. 
Porter, John. 
Powell, Thomas. 
Quigly, Thomas. 
Russel, James. 
Smith, Joseph. 
Stinson, William. 
Sentman, Lawrence. 
Smith, William. 
Simcox, William. 
Shute, James. 
Stewart, B. James. 
Stone, Garret. 
Torrence, John. 
Wright, William. 
Wilson, Robert. 
Wood, William. 
Williams, McJames. 



I certify that I have mustered Capt. W'm Steele's company 
that this muster roll exhibits the true state of the same; and 
that the remarks set opposite to the men's names are accurate 
and just according to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

JNO. M. FORSTER, 
Brig. Maj. & Inspector 1st Brig., Pennsylvania Militia. 



1078 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED BY 
CAPTAIN WILLIAM STEEL OF THE 5TH BATALLION, 
2ND BRIGADE PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER 
THE COMMAND OF MAJOR McFARLAND WHO REN- 
DEZVOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER 
OF THE GOVERNOR, DATED 26TH AUGUST, 1814. 







William Steel 

David Wily 

Samuel Lefever, 

Robt. Rambo 

James Caswell, 

Jesse Jones 

Isaac Donee 

Garret Stone, 

Isaac Russel 

John Ford 

1 Robert Gibson 

2 Abraham Bucklew, . 

3 Reuben Harris, 

4 William Wright 

5 John Gibson 

6 Robt. Wilson 

7 John Drennen 

S Robt. Nolin 

9 William Gibson, .... 

10 Charles Mony 

11 Joseph Smith, 

12 William Irwin 

13 Collin Lewis 

14 John Cooper 

15 James Bunten 

16 Wm. Flemmir.g, 

17 John Porter 

18 Jesse Cummings, ... 

19 John Kennedy 

20 Thomas Lemmon, ... 

21 John R. Gibson 

22 Jacob Cloesard 

23 John Brown 

24 Archibald Henderson, 

25 Thomas Powel 

26 John Manwell 

27 Charles Mullin, 

2S John Hallowel 

29 James Lowry 

30 James McCracken, .. 



Capt. 

Lieut. 

Ensign, 

Serjant, 

Serjt., 

Serjt. 

Serjt., 

Corp. 

Corp. 

Corp 

Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



1079 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED BY 
CAPTAIN WILLIAM STEEL— Continued. 



31 William Stinsnn 

32 Lawrence Sentman 

33 John Fitsgerald, 

34 John Gilmore 

35 Joseph Mace. 

36 Alexander Irwin 

37 Phillip Dugan, 

38 Abed Chamberlain 

39 Henry Barr, , 

40 William Wood 

41 John Dorlin, 

42 George Claud, 

43 Benjamin Irwin 

44 William Smith, 

45 .Tohn E. Cochran 
4S John Armstrong, 

47 John Murdock 

48 George Hollis, 

49 Wm. Simsox, ... 

50 John Davis 

51 Henry Lawrence 

52 Joseph Brown, 

53 Jacob Hurts 

54 Absalom Lewis, 

55 .Tames M. Williams 

56 .Tames Boyd 

57 Thomas Qiugly, 
.'^.S John McClellan, 

59 James Russel. 

60 Mathias Dien, 

61 James Shute 

62 James B. Stewart 

63 Enoch Dunlap, 

64 John Lawrence 

65 Moses Hinters 

66 Joseph M. Ginnes; 



Wm. 




H. Corry Private, 



I Cetrify the foregoing to be a Correct Roll of my Company. 
WILLIAM STEELE, Capt. 

Test 
NATHANIEL WATSON, 
Major Gen'l., 
Penna. Militia. 



1080 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



A MUSTER ROLL OF CAP'T WILLIAM STUARTS COMP'Y 
5 BATTALION 1ST BRIG'D P. MILITIA, UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF MAJOR WILLIAM McFARLAN NOW IN 
THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES, YORK, SEPT. 
5TH, 1814. 

Comencement of service, Sept. 5, 1814. 
Expiration of service, March 5, 1815. 
Place of Rendezvous, York. 
Distance of Miles, 60. 











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Names 


in Alphabetical Order. 




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Stuart, William, ., 
Potts, W. James, . . 
Perey, D. John, ... 

Baily, Israel 

Rodgers, John 

Morton, G. Jacob, . 

Norton, James 

Pauell, David 

Stone, William 

Bradley, Richard, . 
Brackeridge, Saml. 
Benner, Jacob. 
Chalfaith, Wm. 
Cooper, David. 
Dunn, James. 

Davis, George, 

Hamill, C. John, ... 

Harlan, Louis, 

Miller, Samuel. 
Murphy, John. 
Melany, Wm. 
Mchee, William. 
Pauell, G. John. 
Pauell, Abel. 
Pauell, Aaron. 
Pauell, John. 
Reed, Wm. 
Robinson, Thomas. 
Sweeney, James. 
Strand, Peter. 
Scanlan, James. 
Thomas, N. Carle. 
Tuny, Neal. 
Windle, Moses. 
Waters, Joseph. 



Capt. 
1st Lut. 
2d Lut. 
Ense. 
1st Serj. 
2d ser. 
Srd ser. 
4th ser. 
fifer. 
Private. 



Lancaster Co. 
Chester Qo. 
Chester Co. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



1081 



I Do Certify on honour that the within Muster Roll Exhibits 
a true statement of the Company under the Command of 
Capt. William Stuart attached to the 5 Battalion 1st Brig'd 
of Penna. Militia now in the service of the U. States for the 
Period therein mentioned and that the remarks opposite the 
names are accurate and just. 

JAS. W. POTTS, Laut., 

Commanding. 
I certify that I have mustered Capt. W'm Stewarts Company, 
that this muster I'oll exhibits the true state of the same; and 
that the remarks placed opposite the names of the men are 
according to the best of my knowledge and belief accurate and 
just. 

JNO. M. PORSTER, 
Brig. Major & Inspector 1st Brig. Penna Militia. 
CAPT. W'M STEWART. 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF LIGHT INFANTRY 
COMMANDED BY CAPTAIN WILLIAM STUART OF THE 
5TH BATTALION 2ND BRIGADE PERFORMING A TOUR 
OF DUTY UNDER THE COMMAND OF MAJOR McFAR- 
LAND WHO RENDEZVOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE 
GENERAL ORDER OF THE GOVERNOR, DATED 26TH 
AUGUST, 1814, 




William Stuart, . 
James M. Potts, 
John D. Perry, . 

Israel Baily, 

John Rodgers, ... 
Jacob G. Morton, 
James Morton, . 

David Panel 

Wm. Stone 

John G. Powel, . 

Abel Powel 

Aaron Powel, ... 
John Murphy, . . . 



Capt 

1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
Ensign, 
1st Seargt., 
2nd Seargt. 
3rd Seargt., 
4th Seargt., 



Sth Sept., 1814. 



Sth Sept., 1814 

Sth Sept., 1814 

Sth Sept., 1814 

Sth Sept., 1S14 

Sth Sept., 1S14 

Sth Sept., 1814, 

Sth Sept., 1814 

Sth Sept., 1S14 

.Sth Sept., 1814 

'sth Sept., 1814 

Sth Sept., 1S14 

Sth Sept., 1814 



600 
600 
6 00 
600 
6 00 
6 00 
6 00 
6 00 
6 00 



1082 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF LIGHT INFANTRY 
COMMANDED BY CAPTAIN WILLIAM STUART.— Con- 
tinued. 



William Reed 












William Mckee 




Moses Windle 












John C Hamill 


















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Sth Sept., 
8th Sept. 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept. 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Slept., 
Sth Sept. 
Sth Sept. 
Sth Sept. 
Sth Sept. 
Sth Sept. 
Sth Sept. 
Sth Sept. 



30 Non-commissioned officers privates. 



Dolls. 



6 00 
6 00 
6 00 
6 00 
6 00 
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6 00 
6 00 
6 00 
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6 00 
6 00 
6 00 
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6 00 
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A MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTAIN ROBERT WILSON'S COM- 
PANY STH BATTALLION FIRST BRIGADE PENNSYL- 
VANIA MILITIA UNDER THE COMMAND OF MAJOR 
WILLIAM McFARLAND NOW IN THE SERVICE OF THE 
UNITED STATES, YORK, SEPTEMBER THE 14TH, 1814. 

Commencement of Service, Sept. 8, 1814. 
Place of Residence, Chester Co. 
Place of Rendezvous, York. 
Distance of Miles, 55. 

Capt. 



1. Wilson, Robert. 



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1083 



2. Williamson, David. 




Ens. 


3. 


Miller, Joseph. 




Sergt. 


4. Lockert, Jesse. 


6. Ardrican, Gorge. 


5. Simpson, James. 


7. More, James. 




Corpl. 


8. Oglesby, John. 


10. Redheifer, Andrew. 


9. Baum, Jacob. 


11. Carr, John. 




Private. 


12. Allen, Isaac. 


40. Guy, George. 


13. Allison, William. 


41. Guy, John. 


14. Allison, Thomas. 


42. Griffith, David. 


15. Atchless, Charles. 


43. Gribben, James. 


16. Ballentine, hamilton. 


44? Hause, Daniel. 


17. Bellows, Thomas. 


45. Hendrickson, Jacob. 


18. Bathurst, John. 


46. Harley, Benjamin. 


19. Benner, David. 


47. Hadley, William. 


20. Bellows, hiram. 


48. Irwin, John. 


21. Begle, henry. 


49. Irvin, Jonathan. 


22. Buller, Cyrus. 


50. Johnston, Barnard. 


23. Brown, Benjamin. 


51. Keeley, Mathias. 


24. Bumbaugh, James. 


52. Lockheart, William. 


25. Criley, peter. 


53. Lammy, Edward. 


26. Crider, Daniel. 


54. Lewis, James. 


27. Colwell, Andrew. 


55. Milligan, James. 


28. Coffrode, Jacob. 


56. McLaulin, Russel. 


29. Clevenstine, henry. 


57. Mowry, Joseph. 


30. Cristy, Samuel. 


58. McDermont, Peter. 


31. Carson, William. 


59. Miller, William. 


32. Cogle, Arnold. 


60. Miller, Daniel. 


33. Darlan, Samuel. 


61. Millegan, John. 


34. Danielson, Griffith. 


62. Miller, John. 


35. Esseck, Bolser. 


63. Manaly, Hugh. 


86. Fleck, Samuel. 


64. Mckinley, Thomas. 


37. Grub, Abraham. 


65. Mckinley, Samuel. 


38. Griffith, Amos. 


66. Magin, peter. 


39. Graham, James. 


67. Owens, Norris. 



1084 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



68. Parker, William. 

69. Philips, Josiah. 

70. Powel, Daniel. 

71. Packingham, Samuel. 

72. Piere, Richard. 

73. Riley, William. 

74. Richards, Samuel. 

75. Reed, Joseph. 

76. Sims, Joseph. 

77. Sims, William. 

78. Smith, Henry. 

79. Stepleton, Samuel. 

80. Stanford, James. 



81. Spearrer, William. 

82. Snider, John. 

83. Tolbert, Caleb.' 

84. Wartz, peter. 

85. Williams, William. 

86. Weaver, John. 

87. Waddle, Henry. 

88. Wilson, William. 

89. White, John. 

90. Whiteker, Peter. 

91. Widener, Peter. 

92. Widener, Jacob. 



I certify on honour that the within muster roll Exhibits the 
true State of the Company under my Command attached to 
the 5th Batalion, first Brigade Pennsylvania Militia now in 
the service of the United States for the Period therein men- 
tioned, and that the Remarks Placed opposite the names of 
the men are accurate an just. 

ROB'T WILSON, Captain. 

I certify that I have mustered Captain Robert Wilson Com- 
pany and that this muster roll Exhibits the true State of the 
same and that the Remarks set opposite the names of the 
men are accurate and just according to the Best of my 
knowledge and belief. 

JNO. M. FORSTER, 
Brig. Major & Inspector 1st Brigade. 



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1090 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED BY 
CAPTAIN ROBT. WILLSON OF THE 5TH BATTALION 
2ND BRIGADE PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER 
THE COMMAND OF MAJOR McFARLAND WHO REN- 
DEZVOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER 
OF THE GOVERNOR, DATED 26TH AUGUST. 1814. 




Robt. Willson 

David Williamson, . 

Joseph Miller 

Jesse Lockheart 

James Smson 

George Antricon 

James Moore 

John Oglesboy 

Jacob Baum 

Andrew Redhefer, .. 

John Carr 

Hambleton Balentin, 
James Millegan. 
Morres Owns. 
Jos. Marosey. 
Peter Criley. 
Thos. Bellows. 
Jos. Sims. 
David Bener. 
Isaac Allen. 
Peter M. Derment. 
John Bathe rst. 
Daniel Haus. 
Daniel Crider. 
AVilliams Sims. 
Abram Grubb. 
William Parker. 
Petei Worts. 
William Wilsson. 
Samuel Packingham. 
William Miller. 
John Wever. 
Henery Waddel. 
Hirom Belows. 
Amas Griffith. 
Danial Miller. 
Jacob Hendrickson. 
Andrew Colwell. 
William Riley. 
Frederick Uble. 
John Miligan. 
Calib Tabbot. 



Capt., 
Lieut., 
Ensign, 
1 Sergt. 
a sergt. 

3 sergt. 

4 sergt. 



8th Sept., 1814. 
8th Sept., 1814. 
Sth Sept., 1814. 
8th Sept., 1814. 
8th Sept., 1814. 
Sth Sept., 1814. 
Sth Sept., 1814. 



1 Corpl '' Sth Sept. 



2 Corpl. 

3 Corpl. 

4 Corpl. 



Sth Sept., 1814. 
Sth Sept., 1S14. 
Sth Sept., 1814. 
Sth Sept.. 1814. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



1091 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED BY 
CAPTAIN ROBT. WILLSON.— Continued. 




William Carson. 
Henery Smith. 
Charles Atchless. 
Jonathin Irwin. 
John Miller. 
James Graham. _ 
Hugh Moneley. 
Jacob Cofroad. 
Thomas McKinley. 
Samuel Stepelton. 
William Williams. 
Danial Powal. 
John White. 
George Quay. 
Benjamin Brown. 
Peter Widner. 
James B. Stanford. 
Samuel Darland. 
Samuel McKinley. 
William Loekheart. 
Richard Pierce. 
John Quay. 
James Grlbben. 
John Irvin. 
Samuel Fleck. 
Samuel Ri?hards. 
Thomas AUesson. 
Aathias Ke€ly. 
Bolcer Eslck. 
Henery Beggle. 
Earned Jonston. 
Josiah Phillips. 
Henery Clevestln. 
Jacob Widner. 
James Bumboch. 
Samuel Christy. 
Peter Whltecer. 
Arnel Cogle. 
Griffith Darnelson. 
David Griffey. 
Siras Buller. 
William Sherer. 
Benjamin Harley. 
Peter McGinn. 
Joseph Reed. 
John Snider. 
Edward Lamey. 
William AlUsson. 



1092 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



I Certify the foregoing to be a Correct Roll of my Company. 

ROBT. WILSON, Capt. 
Test 
WILLIAM McFARLAN, Major. 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN ROBERT WILLSON OF THE 5TH 
BATALLION, 2D BRIGADE PERFORMING A TOUR OF 
DUTY UNDER THE COMMAND OF MAJOR McFARLAND 
WHO RENDEZVOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GEN- 
ERAL ORDER OF THE GOVERNOR, DATED 26TH. AUG- 
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David Williamson. 

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2 Sergt 

3 Sergt.,... 

4 Seigt.,... 

1 Corpl 

2 Corpl.,... 

3 Corpl 

4 Corpl 


James Simpson, 

George Antrican. 






Andrew Bedhefor, 




















































William Sims 








Wm. Parker, 












Wm. Miller 





Sept. 


1814, 


Sept. 


1814, 


Sept. 


1S14, 


Pej.t. 


1814, 


Sept. 


1S14, 


Sept. 


1814, 


Sept. 


1814, 


Sept. 


1S14, 


Sept. 


1S14, 


Sept. 


1814, 


Sept. 


1814, 


Sept. 


1S14, 


Sept. 


1S14, 


Sept. 


1S14, 


Sept. 


1814, 


Sept, 


1814, 


Sept. 


1814, 


Sept. 


1814, 


Sept. 


1814, 


Sept. 


1814, 


Sept. 


1814, 


Sept. 


1814, 


Sept. 


1814, 


Sept. 


1814, 


Sept. 


1814, 


Sept. 


1514, 


Sept. 


U14, 


Sept. 


1814, 


Sept. 


1814, 


Sept., 


1811. 


Sept. 


1S14, 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 1093 

RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN ROBERT WILLSON OF THE 5TH 
BATALLION, 2D BRIGADE— Continued. 















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John Weaver 

Henry Waddle 

Hiram Bellls 

Amos Griff eth 

Daniel Miller, 

Jacob Hendrickson, . 

Andrew Colwell, 

Wm. Riley 

Frederick Uhle 

John Meligon 

Caleb Talbot 

Wm. Carson 

Henery Smith 

Charls Atchllss, 

Jonothan Irwin 

John Miller 

James Graham 

Hugh Manley 

Jacob Coffroad, 

Thomas McKinley, . 

Samuel Stapelton, .. 

Wm. Williams 

Daniel Powel, 

John White, 

George Guy 

Benjamin Brown, .. 

Peter Widner 

James B. Stanford, 

Samuel Darling, ... 

Samuel McKinley, . 

Wm. Lockhart 

Richard Pierce 

John Guy 

James Gribben, 

John Irwin 

Samuel Fleck, 

Samuel Richards, ., 

Thomas Allison, ... 

Mathias Keely 

Balser Essig 

Henery Beagle, .... 

Barnard Johnson, .. 

Josiah Phillips 

Hrnery Clevenstine, 

Jacob Widner 

James Bumbaugh, 

Samuel Christy, .. 



Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
I Sth Sept. 
j Sth Sept., 
Sth Sept., 
1 Sth Sept. 



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1S14, . 

1S14. . 

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1814, . 

1S14, . 

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1814, 

1814, 

1S14, 

1814, 

1814, 

1814, 

1814, 

1814, 

1814, 



1094 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OP MILITIA COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN ROBERT WILLSON OP THE 5TH 
BATALLION, 2D BRIGADE— Continued. 























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Griffith Danelson, 
David Griffey, .. 

Siras Buller 

Wm. Sliirer 

Benjamin Harley 
Peter McGinn, ... 

Josepli Reed 

John Snider 

Edward Lamey, . 

Wm. Allison 

Jacob Baum 

William Hadley, 



Sth Sept. 
Sth Sept. 
Sth Sept. 
Sth t~eiit. 
Sth Sept. 
Sth Sept. 
Sth Sept. 
8th Sept. 
Sth Sept. 
Sth Sept. 
Sth Sept. 
Sth Sept. 
Sth Sept. 
Sth Sept. 



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1S14 
1S14 
1S14 
1S14 
1S14, 
1S14, 
1814, 
1814, 
1814, 
1814, 
1814, 
1814, 
1814, 



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SECOND BRIGADE, FIRST REGIMENT— 1812-14. 



( 1095 ) 



( 1096 ) 



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MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF VOLUNTEERS IN THE 
ACTUAL SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES COM- 
MANDED BY CAPT. THOMAS R. BUCHANAN IN THE 
1ST RIGEMENT 2D BRIGADE OF PENNSYLVANIA MIL- 
ITIA UNDER COMMAND OF LIEUT CORNELL JERE- 
MIAH SHAPPELL AT YORK, PENNSYLVANIA, AUGUST 
26TH. 1814. 



Lleuts. 

Ist.-Mlller, John 26th Aug.. 

2d.— Gipp, Henry, 



Ensign. 
Garner, Jacob, 



Sergeants. 
1st.— Brown, John, ... 
2d.— Albright, Joseph, 
3rd.— Sink, Henry, ... 
4th.— Cochran, John, 



Maytown, Lane. Co., 



Corporals. 
Garner, George, 
Gilman, Mathias, 
Mockard, John, . 
Miller, Peter, ... 



Drummer. 
Hughey, John, .. 



Fifer. 
Parker, Alexander. 



Privates. 
Albright, Conrad, 
Anderson. Jordon, . 

Barnes, David 

Bundle, Jesse 

Clinton, Joseph 

Clinton, Robert, ... 
Cuning, Alexander, 

Clepper, John 

Clepper, Jacob 

Dayley, William, .. 

Kliott, John 

Fitsgerald, Thomas, 
Fisher, George. - 



1102 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



MUSTER ROLL OP A COMPANY OF VOLUNTEERS IN THE 
ACTUAL SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES COM- 
MANDED BY CAPT. THOMAS R. BUCHANAN.— Continued. 





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Deserted. 

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Mich. Kover. 

Joseph Gettig. 

Sam'l Jones. 

Jacob Betts. 

George Witmer. 

Sick. 
Fred'k Betts. 
Barney Miller. 



WAR OP 1812-1814. 1103 

We Certify on honor that the within muster roll exhibits 
a true state of the company of Militia in the actual service of 
the United States under the command of Capt. Thomas R 
Buchanan for the period herein expressed «S; that the remarks 
opposite the men's names are accurate and just. 

JOHN MILLER, 
1st Lieut for Capt. T. R. Buchanan. 
J. DE BENNEVILLE, Surgeon. 

I Certify that I have mustered Capt'n Tho's R. Buchanan's 
Company & that the within muster Roll exhibits a true state 
of the Same and that the Remarks set opposite the men's 
names are accurate and just according to the best of my 
knowledge and belief. 

GABRIEL HIESTER, JUNR. 
Brig. Major. 



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RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN JOHN CHRISTIAN OF THE 2D 
REGIMENT PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER 
THE COMMAND OP COLONEL JEREMIAH SHAPPEL 
WHO RENDEZVOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GEN- 
ERAL ORDER OF THE GOVERNOR, DATED 26TH AUG- 
UST, 1814. 

Commencement of Service— August 29th, 1814. 
Expiration of Service — Not Stated. 

Pay per month to noncommissioned officers and privates $2. 
Amount paid to each noncommissioned officer and private $6. 
Whole amount paid $456. 



Captain. 
John Christian. 

Lieutenant. 

1. Mathias Alspacht. 

2. John Swartz. 

Ensign. 
Abraham Zimmerman. 

Sergeants. 

1. John Mcintosh. 
2. Peter Bock. 

3. Benjamin Grimm. 
4. William Myers (Meyers). 

Corporals. 

1. George Stilwagon. 

2. Abraham Kuntz. 

3. John Wolfgang. 

4. Jacob Wolfgang. 

Privates. 

Michael D. Long. Jonathan Weitzel. 

Jacob Miller. Abraham Miller. 

Michael Wolfgang. William Albrecht. 



1110 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



Thomas Reed. 
Soloman Zimmerman. 
Joseph Ebert. 
Nicholas Border. 
Daniel Hoffman. 
Daniel Greaff. 
Henry Shoemaker. 
Peter Neier. 
Daniel Specht. 
Adam Shlapping. 
Henry Klock. 
Eastian Zimmerman. 
John Keim. 
Henry Koch. 
John Hummel. 
George Koch. 
George Hoerner. 
Peter Shuie. 
John Shrope. 
John Albrecht. 
Conrad Myer. 
Jacob Heissler. 
Isaac Mosser. 
Daniel Yost. 
William Dornbach. 
Andrew Heim. 
Thomas Williams. 
Abraham Kantner. 
Jacob Wolff. 
John Grimm. 
Daniel Miller. 



Jonathen Stauffer. 
John Fuss. 
John Hauser. 
Daniel Hettinger. 
Daniel Shellhamer. 
David Maurer. 
George Dinger. 
George Dinger, Ju'r, 
Peter Dressier. 
Jonathan Dressier. 
John Karl. 
John Heroff. 
Henry Mourer. 
George Geist. 
Martin Miller. 
Philip Boyer. 
Edward Jones. 
John Bare. 
John Barger. 
Wm. Keaner. 
Carson Elliot. 
Jacob Hauser. 
Leonard Briner. 
Bernhard Hageman 
John Dewald. 
George Fields. 
Jacob Klerch. 
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MUSTER ROLL OP A COMPANY OF INFANTRY IN THE 
ACTUAL SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN GEORGE HAMBRIGHT IN THE 
1ST REGIMENT 2D BRIGADE OF PENNSYLVANIA 

MILITIA UNDER COMMAND OP LIEUT. CO'L 

AT YORK PENNSYLVANIA SEPT. 5. 1814. 

Commencement of Service for all Sep't 3, 1814. 
Place of residence for all Lancaster. 
Place of rendezvous for all York. 
Distance of miles for all 22. 



Captain. 
George Hambright. 

Lieutenants. 
Mathias Musser 1st. 
Thomas R. Jorden 2d. 

Ensign. 
Frederick Hambright. 

Sergeants. 

Wm. Hambright. 

Peter Hawman. 

John Upperman. 

Christopher Wentz. 

Quarter Master. 

George Haverstick. 

Corporals. 

Mathew Boyd. 

John Clark. 

John Mason. 

David Nelson. 

Drummer. 

Joseph Furry. 

Fifer. 

Godlieb Hosselman. 

Privates. 

Ball, Dayton. Beamer, Andrew. 

Boyle, Philip. Crassen, William. 



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Chambers, Joseph. 
Commings, Wm. 
Doyle, Sylvester. 
Daugherty, Hugh. 
Duffenbach, Henry. 
Davis, Joseph H, 
Diehl, Francis. 
Emanuel, Joseph. 
Frick, William. 
Frick, Jacob. 
Foecig, William. 
Glatz, William. 
Greider, Godfrled. 
Grass, Michael. 
Graeff, Jacob. 
Heitz, Charles. 
Hughs, James. 
Hassen, John. 
Hyser, James. 
Haims, Daniel. 
Hale, George. 
Hensel, William. 
Kingry, Benjamin. 
Levi, Lewis. 
Marsh, John. 
Mechlim, Mathew. 



Mayers, Philip. 
Miller, John. 
Miller, James. 
McDewitt, Hugh. 
Ouerman, Henry. 
Pugh, William. 
Rysinger, George. 
Reitzel, George. 
Rudesill, William. 
Roberts, Mathias. 
Shubard, William. 
Swem, Stacty. 
Seiner, Jacob. 
Smith, Thomas. 
Strein, Michael. 
Shaw, John. 
Scott, Andrew. 
Smith, Christian. 
Thomas, James. 
Thompson, Thos. W. 
Turner, John. 
Whiteside, John. 
Watson, Hugh. 
Warrell, Lewis. 
Young, James. 
Zahm, Daniel. 



We certify on Honour that the foregoing Muster Roll ex- 
hibits a true statement of the company of militia in the actual 
service of the United States under the command of Captain 
George Hambright for the period herein expressed and the 
remarks opposite the mens names are accurate and just. 

GEORGE PIAMBRIGHT, Capt. 

MATT MUSSER, 1st. Lieut. 

THOS. R. JORDAN, 2d Lieut. 

FRED'K HAMBRIGHT, Ensign. 

JOHN DE BENNEVILLE, Surgeon. 



I certify that I have examined Capt. George Hambright's 
Company and that the within Muster Roll exhibits a true 
state of the same and that the remarks set oposite the men's 
names are just and accurate according to the best of my knowl- 
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GAB'L HIESTER, JUNR, 
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PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF RIFLEMAN COMMANDED 
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COMMAND OF COLONEL JEREMIAH SHAPPELL WHO 
RENDEZVOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL 
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1814. 

Commencement of Service Sept. 1st, and Expiration of Ser- 
vice March 1st, the Non-Commissioned officers and Privates 
paid 6 Dollars. 



Theophilus Hughes, 
John C. Lefevere, . . 
Jacob Dreibelbis, . . 
Christopher Leoser, 
James Patterson, . . 
James McClellan. .. 
Mish'm Umbohaeker 
Jacob K. Fertig-, . . . 
George Hubener, . . . 

Isaac Dunlop, 

John Heffer 

William. BufRngton, 

John Kinniel 

John Sherry 

David Sherry 

David Kettner 

John Wocdrlng 

John "Weaver, 

John Starner 

Daniel Starner, 

Jacob Appel 

Henry Fidler 

Jonathan Hook 

Samuel Boyerle 

Leonard Rishie 

Benjamin Kauffman, 

Jonas Rishel 

Jacob Ahn 

John Neier 

John Morborger, . . . 

John Dreher 

Adani Robonold, ... 

Adam Dewald 

Jacob Sholl 

John Doret, 

Daniel Dreibelbis, . 
Anthony Rebsomon, 
Peter Ream, 



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2nd Corporal. 

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BY CAPTAIN THEOPHILUS HUGHES.— Continued. 



Benja'n Deppen, . 

Peter Kunfer 

Samuel Yerger, .. 

Peter Weaver 

Jacob Straus 

Peter Swonck, 

George Eninger, . . 
George A. Frey, . . 
Benja'n Hendricks 

John Genglon 

John Blue, 

Nathan Britten, .. 
Michal Hollebach, 

Adam Miller, 

Peter Star 

John Swenk, .. ... 

John Buttorf 

Adam Zerby 

Dan'l Rissel 



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I Certify that this is a Correct Roll of my Company. 

THEOPHILUS HUGHES, Capt. 
Attest, 
JEREMIAH SHEFFER, Col, 



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John Shinp 

Robert Maxwell 

Lewis T. Riter 

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Joshua Todd 

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William Cross 

Cornelius Atwood 

Francis McGloughlin, 

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1133 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN THOMAS HUSTON.— Continued. 



Charles O'donnel. 
John Baker. 
Theodoras Robison. 
John Koch. 
Martin Miller. 
Nicholas Hide. 
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Alexander Hamler. 

Jacob . 

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Robert Shonk. 
Mark Peterson. 
John Gohean. 
Andw. Fritzland. 
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John White. 
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Andrew Clark. 
Frederick Camp. 
John Otto. 
Nicholas Clapper. 
John Gorman. 
Anthony Robison. 
Philip Bailer. 
Patrick Dickson. 
John McClellan. 
John Huston, 
.lames Hacket. 
John Young. 
Gilian Barns. 



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PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED 
BY CAPTAIN JON. JONES OF THE 32ND. REGIMENT 
PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER THE COM- 
MAND OF COLONEL JEREMIAH SHAPPELL WHO REN- 
DEZVOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER 
OF THE GOVERNOR DATED 26TH, AUGUST 1814. 




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.Tonathan Jones i Capt 

Saml. Morrow 1st Lieut., 

Sainl. D. Frank , 2nd Lieut., 

Saml. Grove Ensign, ... 

Nicholas Jones 1st Sergt., 

Thomas M. Church 2nd Sergt., 

Lewis Baish [ 3rd Sergt., 

Ezekiel Jones, ] 4th Sergt., 

John Bunn 5th Sergt., 

Peter Bush | 1st Corpl., 

William Ackins j 2nd Corpl., 

Michael Sergison j 3rd Corpl., 

Joseph Russel | 4th Corpl., 

Abram Hesser 6th Corpl., 

Wm. Sherridon ! 5th Corpl., 

Henry 1 Private, . . . 

John Long, j Private, . . . 

John Speice, [Private, ... 

John Strunk j Private 

Daniel Goodman, | Private 

Henry Harpster | Private, 

Jeremiah Putz I Private, 

Saml. Eppihammer | Private, 

Emanuel Briton ; Private, 

Daniel Fair, ' Private 

Abram Fees Private 



Peter Willhour 

John Crider 

Saml. Smeck 

Charles Bell 

Jacob Heater, 

Nathan Tomlinson, 
Danl. Stubblebine, 



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Jacob Hill, Private, 

John Salter Private 

David Balb Private 

John Kepner Private 

John Null Private 

George Simmerman Private 

David Borts Private 

Peter Bost Private 



29th August, 


1814. 


29th August, 


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23th August, 


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29th August, 


1184. 


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1144 



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PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED 
BY CAPTAIN JON. JONES.— Continued. 



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Adam Miller 

David Fox 

George Frybarger 

George Goodman 

Nicholas Carver 

Frederick Ox 

Jacob Jackson 

Saml. Detei-k 

John McCracken, 

John Heckman 

Saml. Lapsley 

John Laver 

Philip Philman 

John Arp 

George Weicle, 

David McBride, 

Wm. Hamilton 

George Given 

George Robison 

Jeremiah Cunningham, 
Alexander Barkley, ... 

John Carson 

John Boyd 

Wm. Jackson 

Jacob Mills 

Aaron Gillam 

Matthew George , 

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John Morgan 

James Jacobs 

Philip Slappich, 

Henry Holibauch 

Benja. Hutz 

John Barrick 

David Boyer 



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I Certify the foregoing to be a Correct Roll of my Company. 
JONATHAN JONES, Capt. 
Test, JEREMIAH SHAPPELL. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



1145 



RECEIPT ROLL OP A COMPANY OF MALITIA COM- 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN JN'A JONES OF THE 2D REGI- 
MENT PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF COLONEL JEREMIAH SHAPPEL WHO 
RENDEZVOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL 
ORDER OF THE GOVERNOR, DATED 26TH AUGUST, 
1814. 

Commencement of Service 29th August 1814. 
Non-Commissioned officer's and private's pay per month $2. 
Amount paid each one $6. 



Capt. 
Jonathan Jones. 

Lieut's. 

1st. Samuel Morrow. 
2d. Samuel D. Franks. 

Ensign. 
Samuel Grove. 

Sergt's. 

1st. Nicholas Jones. 

2d. Thomas M. Church. 

3rd. Lewis Baish. 

4th. Ezekiel Jones. 

5th. John Bunn. 



Henry Emore. 
John Long. 
John Speice. 



Corpl's. 

1st. Peter Bush. 

2d. William Aikins. 

3rd. Michael Sergison. 

4th. Joseph Russel. 

5th. Abram Hessu. 

6th. William Sherridon. 

Privates. 

John Strunk. 
Daniel Goodman. 
Henry Harpster. 



1146 



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Jeremiah Rutz. 
Sam'I Epperhammer. 
Emanuel Briton. 
Daniel Fair. 
Abram Fees. 
Peter Willhower. 
John Crider. 
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Charles Bell. 
Jacob Heater. 
Nathan Tumlinson. 
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Jacob Hill. 
John Salter. 
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John Null. 
George Simmerman. 
David Borts. 
Peter Bost. 
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Christian Miller. 
Adam Miller. 
David Fox. 
George Frybarger. 
George Goodman. 
David Boyer. 
Nicholas Carver. 
Frederick Ox. 
Jacob Jackson. 



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John McCracken. 
John Heckman. 
Sam'I Lapsley. 
John Laver. 
Philip Philman. 
John Arp. 
George Weicle. 
David McBride. 
George Worts. 
Wm. Hamilton. 
George Given. 
George Robison. 
Jeremiah Cunningham. 
Alexander Barkley. 
John Carson. 
John Boyd. 
Wm. Jackson. 
Jacob Mills. 
Aaron Gillam. 
Matthew George. 
Wm. Rice. 
John Morgan. 
James Jacobs. 
Philip Slappich. 
Henry Hollibauch. 
Benjn. Kutz. 
John Barrick. 
Henry Bonn. 



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We Certify, on honor, that the foregoing Muster Roll ex- 
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actual service of the United States, under the command of 
Captain Jacob Marshall for the period herein expressed and 
that the remarks opposite the men's names are accurate and 
just. 

J. MARSHALL, Capt. 

JOHN DE BENNEVILL, Surgeon. 

I certify on honor that the foregoing Muster Roll exhibits 
the true state of the company of Infantry^ — in the actual ser- 
vice of the United States under the command of Captain 
Jacob Marshal as mustered by me this 2nd day of Deer. 1814 
in obedience to an order from Major Genl. Scott. 

GAB'L HIESTER, JUNR. 
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WAR OF 1812-1814. 



1167 



PAY ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILLITIA COMMANDED 
BY CAPTAIN JACOB MARSHALL OF THE 43 REGIMENT 
PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER THE COM- 
MAND OF COLONEL SCHAPPEL WHO RENDEZVOUSED 
AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL ORDER OF THE 
GOVERNOR, DATED 26TH. AUGUST 1814. 




Marshall, Capt 

H. Burkhart, Ist Lieut. 
Wm. Heister, 2nd Lieut. 
Lemuel Alston, Ensign. 
Jacob Bright 1st Sergt 


1st Sept., 1S14. 


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Jacob Diehm 




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I Certify the foregoing to be a Correct Roll of my Company. 

J. MARSHALL, Capt. 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



1169 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMAND- 
ED BY CAPTAIN JACOB MARSHALL OF THE 43 REGI- 
MENT PERFORMING A TOUR OF DUTY UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF COLONEL SCHAPPEL WHO RENDEZ- 
VOUSED AT YORK UNDER THE GENERAL 




J. Marshall, 



Lieutenants. 

1. H. Burkhart 

2. Wm. Heester 



Ensign. 
Lemuel Alston 



Sergeants. 

1. Jacob Bright 

2. J. E. Jungmaii 

3. William Grener, ... 

4. Jesse Lincoln, ~. 



"Corporals. 

1. Isaac Jackson, — 

2. Jacob Ely, 

3. Saml. Byerly 

4. John Warner 

Privates. 

George Gilbert 

James Norton 

John Chambers, 

John Klinger 

Thomas Rorick 

Peter Phillipy 

Jacob Rittner, 

John Kende! 

George Spieker, 

Leonard Ossman, 

John Moore 

Fredr. Eberhart 

Samuel Fasig 

Henry Diehl, 

Alfred Wheatly 

John Hill 

Danl. Leinbach 

Michael Fix 



1st Sept., 1814. 



1st Sept., 1814. 
1st Sept., 1814. 



1st Sept., 1814. 



1st Sept., 1814, 
1st Sept., 1814, 
1st Sept., 1814, 
1st Sept., 1814, 



1st Sept., 1814, 
1st Sept., 1814, 
1st Sept., 1814, 
ist Sept., 1814, 



1st Sept., 
1st Sept., 
1st Sept., 
1st Sept., 
1st Sept., 
1st Sept., 
1st Sept., 
1st Sept., 
1st Sept., 
1st Sept., 
l&t Sept., 
1st Sept., 
1st Sept., 
1st Sept., 
1st Sept., 
1st Sept., 
1st Sept., 
1st Sept., 



2 Dollars, 
2 Dollars, 
2 Dollars, 
2 Dollars, 



2 Dollars, 
2 Dollars, 
2 Dollars, 
2 Dollars, 



2 Dollars, 
2 Dollars, 
2 Dollars, 
2 Dollars, 
2 Dollars, 
2 Dollars, 
2 Dollars, 
2 Dollars, 
2 Dollars, 
2 Dollars, 
2 Dollars, 
2 Dollars, 
2 Dollars, 
2 Dollars, 
2 Dollars, 
2 Dollars, 
2 Dollars, 
2 Dollars, 



74— Vol. VIII— 6th Ser. 



1170 



PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMAND 
ED BY CAPTAIN JACOB MARSHALL.— Continued. 




John Fix 

Solomon Felix 

Jacob Felix 

Joseph Allgaier 

John Rittner 

Joseph Rehr 

Saml. McKinney, 

John Buzaid 

John Phyffer 

Peter Fleisher, 

Wm. Moytr 

Danl. Habai-acker, 
Henry Hellerich, ... 
Benjamin Bressler, . 

Philip Reitzel 

John Thomas 

Abm. Gress 

Thomas Wilson 

Jos«^ph Shirey 

George Bennich 

Joseph Frey 

John Tamer 

Wm. Miller 

Christian Leimbach, 

Peter Frick 

Saml. Hill 

George Hartman, 

John Dautrich 

Jacob Reefschnider, 

John Garhart 

Jacob Diehm 

Joseph Jones 

John From 

Joseph Miller 

Jacob Small 

Dewalt Meek 

George Gantz, 

David Hollenbach. . 

John Benton 

John Stuart 

John Noll. 

John Kelly 

Jeremiah Foley 

Abm. Clemmer 

Saml. Zeiber, 

Wm. Furman 



1st Sept. 


1S14, . . 


2 Dollars, . 




1st Sept. 


1814... 


2 Dollars. . 




1st Sept. 


1814,.. 


2 Dollars, . 




1st Sept. 


1814, . . 


2 Dollars, . 




1st Sept. 


1814, . . 


2 Dollars, . 




1st Sept. 


1814,.. 


2 Dollars. . 




1st Sept. 


1S14,.. 


2 Dollars, . 




1st Sept. 


1814, . . 


2 Dollars, . 




1st Sept. 


1S14, . . 


2 Dollars, . 




1st Sept. 


1814,.. 


2 Dollars. . 




1st Sept. 


1S14, . . 


2 Dollars, . 




1st Sept. 


1814, . . 


2 Dollars, . 




1st Sept. 


1814,.. 


2 Dollars. . 




1st Sept. 


1814, . . 


2 Dollars, . 




1st Sept. 


1S14, . . 


2 Dollars, . 




1st Sept. 


1814, . . 


2 Dollars, . 




1st Sept. 


1814,.. 


a Dollars, . 




1st Sept. 


1814, . . 


2 Dollars, . 




1st Sept. 


1814,.. 


2 Dollars. . 




1st Sept. 


1814,.. 


2 Dollars, . 




1st Sept. 


1814, . . 


2 Dollars, . 




1st Sept. 


1814,.. 


2 Dollars,* . 




1st Sept. 


1814,.. 


2 Dollars, . 




1st Sept. 


1814,.. 


2 Dollars, . 




1st Sept. 


1814... 


2 Dollars, . 




1st Sept. 


1814, . . 


2 Dollars, 




1st Sept. 


1S14, .. 


2 Dollars. . 




1st Sept. 


1814,.. 


2 Dollars. . 




1st Sept. 


1814... 


2 Dollars. . 




1st Sept. 


1814,.. 


2 Dollars. 




1st Sept. 


1814,.. 


2 Dollars. 




1st Sept. 


1814, . . 


2 Dollars, 




1st Sept. 


1814,.. 


2 Dollars. 




1st Sept. 


1814,.. 


2 Dollars. 




1st Sept. 


1814. . . 


2 Dollars. . 




1st Sept. 


1184,.. 


2 Dollars. 




1st Sept. 


1814,.. 


2 Dollars. . 




1st Sept. 


1814,.. 


2 Dollars, . 




1st Sept. 


1814,.. 


2 Dollars. . 




1st Sept. 


1814,.. 


2 Dollars, . 




1st Sept. 


1814,.. 


2 Dollars, . 




1st Sept. 


1814,.. 


2 Dollars, . 




1st Sept. 


1814,.. 


2 Dollars, . 




1st Sept. 


1814,.. 


2 Dollars, . 




1st Sept. 


1814,.. 


2 Dollars, . 




1st Sept. 


1814,.. 


2 Dollars. . 





WAR OF 1812-1814. 



1171 



RECEIPT ROLL OF A COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMAND 
ED BY CAPTAIN JACOB MARSHALL.— Continued. 



Names and Rank. 




William I>awyer, 1st Sept. , 

Wm. Dewas ' 1st Sept. , 

Peter Mental i 1st Sept., 



Henry Spangler 

Jacob Camp 

Peter Kremer 

George Drinkhouse, 

George Philipy 

Danl. Smith 

William , .. 

William Boone 



1st Sept., 
1st Sept., 
1st Sept., 
1st Sept., 
1st Sept., 
1st Sept., 
1st Sept., 
1st Sept., 



1814, 




1S14, 




1814, 




1S14, 




1S14, 




1814. 




1814, 




1814, 




1814, 




1814, 




1814, 





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2 Dollars, 
2 Dollars, 
2 Dollars 
2 Dollars 
2 Dollars. 
2 Dollars 
2 Dollars 
2 Dollars 
2 Dollars, 



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Moore, John 

Nagle, George 

Nagle, Peter 

Reeser, Samuel 

Rightinyer, Jacob, . 

Sailor. Jacob 

Seitzinger, Daniel, . 
Shenfelder, John, .. 
Siegfried, Charles, . 
Siegfried. Thomas, . 
Sinclair. Samuel, ... 
Snell, John, iunr., . 
Spang, Christian, .. 

Tobias, John 

Witman, Samuel, ... 
Witman, William, . 

Wunder, John, 

Yeager, Daniel 

Young, Jacob 

Young, Michael 

Brown, John C 

Ege, Michael 

Goodman, Jacob 



WAR OF 1812-1814. 



1183 



We certify, on honor, that the foregoing Muster Roll ex- 
hibits the true state of the Company of Infantry Penna. 
Militia in the actual service of the United States, under the 
command of Captain George Marx for the period herein ex- 
pressed and that the remarks opposite the mens names are 
accurate and just. 

GEORGE MARX, Capt. 

JOHN DE BENNEVILLE, Surgeon. 

I Certify, on honor, that the foregoing Muster Roll exhibits 
the true state of the company of Infantry, Penna. Militia, 
in the actual service of the United States, under the com- 
mand of Captain George Marx as mustered by me this 2nd 
day of Deer. 1814 in obedience to an order from Major Genl. 
Scott. 

GAB. HIESTER, JUNR. 
Brig. Major 2d Brig. Penna. Militia. 

















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Marx, George 

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Boyer, George 

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Reifschnider, Michl 

Kessler. Charles 


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Briner, Peter, 

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