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 Cover
 Front Matter
 Florida state depositories
 St. Augustine
 Spanish militia early roster...
 The King's ranger
 East Florida ranger militia muster...
 Spain's yankee militia 1812
 1st company of urban militia and...
 2nd company of urban militia and...






Group Title: Assorted garrison and milita i.e. militia muster roles
Title: Assorted garrison and milita [i.e. militia] muster roles
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Title: Assorted garrison and milita i.e. militia muster roles Spanish and British Florida
Series Title: Special archives publication
Alternate Title: Assorted garrison and militia muster roles, Spanish and British Florida
Physical Description: 1 v. (unnumbered) : ill. ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Dept. of Military Affairs
Publisher: State Arsenal, St. Francis Barracks
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Publication Date: [1992?]
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Subject: Militia -- Registers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Genre: government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
non-fiction   ( marcgt )
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General Note: At head of title: Florida Department of Military Affairs.
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Funding: The Florida National Guard's Special Archives Publications was digitized, in part by volunteers, in honor of Floridians serving both Floridians in disaster response and recovery here at home and the nation oversees.
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Table of Contents
    Copyright
        Copyright
    Cover
        Page i
    Front Matter
        Page ii
    Florida state depositories
        Page iii
    St. Augustine
        Page 1
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
    Spanish militia early roster 1578
        Page 20
        Page 25
        Page 26
        Page 27
        Page 28
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    The King's ranger
        Unnumbered ( 33 )
        Unnumbered ( 34 )
        Page 249
        Page 250
        Page 251
        Page 252
        Page 253
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        Page 290
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        Page 292
        Page 293
    East Florida ranger militia muster roll 1783
        Page 37
        Page 38
        Page 39
        Page 40
        Page 41
        Page 42
        Page 43
        Page 44
        Page 45
        Page 46
    Spain's yankee militia 1812
        Page 46
    1st company of urban militia and dragoons (rural)
        Page 47
    2nd company of urban militia and dragoons (rural)
        Page 48
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FLORIDA



DEPARTMENT OF



MILITARY AFFAIRS












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Special Archives Publication
Number
127


ASSORTED GARRISON AND
MILITA MUSTER ROLES
SPANISH AND BRITISH FLORIDA

State Arsenal
St. Francis Barracks
St. Augustine, Florida









STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS
OFFICE OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL




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STATE ARSENAL, ST. AUGUSTINE
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90_, r- -yr 0014.4
ACI:CD 941, No. 1. Lista de la Cente de Guerra ... que vinieron con el dho
Adelantedo antes de la armada de socorro, que llaman los viejos,

Pedro de Valdes, ::aestre de Campo e Lugarteniente del dho Adelantado
3artolome Menendez, Governador e Alcayde del dho Fuerte de St. Agustin
El Bachiller Francisco de Nendoca, Vicario, natural de Xerex de la frontera
El Capitan 2odrigo Trochq,Natural del Toro (;.arginal note unreadable, re
Oct, 1566 and Spanish) Frobably that he went to Santo Domingo
el Alferez Juan de Castillo, hermano del dho Capitan Troche (The same)
D, Hernando de Cuzman, Soldier. :native of Xerez de la Frontera (the same)
Rodrigo de 1iendoca, Soldier, Native of Lierida (the same)
Cristoval Ortiz, Soldier, de nation lvantisco (the same)
Juan Crtiz, Soldier, Vecino of Ca.naria (the same)
JBenito, Portuguese, Soldier, Native of Santaren (the same?J
? Redondo, Soldier (The same')

Juan ;enendez, Soldier (the same)
Francisco Ortiz, Soldier, Vecino of Canaria (the same)
Juan Aragones, Soldier. Native of Aragon (the same)
Juan Garcia Fontanes, Soldier, Native of Espinosa (the same)
N:iculas Gomez, Soldier. Vecino of Xerez de la Frontera (the same)
Juan Bravo, Soldier, Native of Valladolid (the same)
Pedro de Arraya, Soldier (the same)
Francisco de Escasera, Soldier, native of larchena (the same)
Guillermo, Drummer (the same(
Enrrique godar, Soldier, de Nacion Dorgonon (the same)
El Capitan Juan Velez de l:edrano (With the Adelantado to the aid of the Antilles
11 Oct. 1566) 3
Hernando de Salzedo, Soldier, Native of Madrid (the same)
Conez Patino, Soldier, Native of Xerez de la Frontera (the same)
Alonso N:uez, Soldier. Vecino of Cantillana (the same)
Francisco de Rosales, Soldier. Native of Seville (the same)
Pedro Sanchez, Soldier, activee of Aviles (the same)
Juan de Equiniga, Soldier (the same)


Castaneda, i:edico (the same)
Francisco de Castaneda, Soldier (the same)









Cristoval de Herrera, Soldier, Native of Puerto de Santa Maria,
Garcia Martinez,de Cos, Soldier (the same)
Lucas Pinto, Soldier (the same)
Jaques, Artillero (the same)
Hernando de Escalante, Lengua de tierra del Cacique Carlos (the same)
Luis, 1ulato, Lengua de la dha tierra de Carlos (the same(
Don Pedro de Bustincuri, Lengua de tierra del Cacique de ayz, este es que
llevaron Franceses a irancia e de alli vino a la corte de Su lag. (Idem)
D, Luis, Indio, Natural de o.zia los bacallos, en tierra nova que fue a la
Corte de Su ;tG. (dejado? en su tierra por orden del Adelantado en 8 de
Agosto 1566)
Pedro de Salazar, Soldier. Son of Salazar de la Capilla de Su Iag. (Con el
dho D. Luis, por orden del dho Adelantado)
Pedro de Comas, Native of Tinco, en Asturias (the sane)
Alvaro de Valdes, Soldier, Native of Azellana en asturias.(went with the
Adelantado to the aid of the Antilles, 21 Oct)
Hernando de Miranda, Soldier, Native of Aviles )the sane(
El Lie. Gamarra, Medico y Curujano (the same??)


Juan de Valdes, Indio de Saturiba q. es uno de los q. fueron a la corte de
su mag, (the sane?)
Pedro de Valdes, su hernano, Indio de Saturiba (the same)
Juan de Gante, soldier, native of Sevilla (/? on 10 Oct. on order of the Ade
lantado)
Rodrigo Alonso, Soldier, Native of Cacalla (the same as Gante)
Gabriel de Evia, Soldier, Vecino of Cviedo (the sane)
Gutierre Diaz de Miranda, Soldier, Native of Tineo. ('ient to serve in the fort
of San Felipe on 6 July 1566)
Diego Garcia de Sierra, Soldier. Native of Tineo (the same)
Gutierre de !iranda, Soldier, Native of Aviles (to San Felipe, 5 May 1567)
Andres de Valdes, Solder, native of Azellana en Asturias, en the consejo of
Salas (the same)
Melchor Menendez, Soldier, Native of Parilea? (the same)
Cristobal de Villalobos, Soldier, Native of Canaria (the same)
Concalo del Rivero, Soldier, Native of Colunga, Asturias
Rodrigo Montel, Soldier, Native of Villaviciosa, Asturias
Alonso Ordonez, Soldier, Native of Colunga
Francisco Camacho, Soldier, Native of San Lucar de Barraneda
Francisco Hernandez, Portuguese, Soldier, 1,ative of Santaren








3.

de Lezcano, que por otro nombro se llama Iartin de Yztueta, Vezino
de Villa Franca, Guipuzcoa.
Pascoal de Cepeda, Soldier, Native of i.edina de Rioseco
Martin de Arguelles, Soldier, Vecino of Siero i* *
Diego de Valles, Soldier, Native of Grado -4..
Diego Lopez, Artillero, Native of Cadiz
Francisco de Monbalorte, Lengua de tierra de Saturiba que fue preso en Sant
Iateo
Felipe de Donmarques, Soldier, Native of Valencia
Francisco Sanchez, Soldier e Barbero. Native of Barco de Avila (to Antilles
with Adelantado 21 Oct,)
Diego Sanchez, Soldier (the same)
Juan Martin soldier (the same)
Guillermo, Fifano, Nacion Estrangero (the same)
;osiur de Li, Frances, Taken prisoner at San iateo (the same)
Alonso de Rojas, lengua de tierra de Cacique de Carlos (the same)
Ochoa, Soldier, Native of Bilbao (marginal note lost)
? de daba el ganado


Gregorio Suarez, Soldier, Portuguese (? of april)
Bernaldo de Leon, Soldier, INative of Aviles (Havana 26 of 7 1567, and did not
return; he drowned)
Francisco Hernandez, Soldier, Native of Seville (? 10 Oct.)
Pedro Gayon, Soldier (Killed by Indians at Potano on 4 Aug 1567)
xxxxxXtmxt aixkb2xmrax xxxaBXxzaxmy Mxxxs
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Monsuir de Gran Pre, Frances, que.fus rreso en el Fuerte de Sen iateo (? in
a bark con que se? on 10 iJy 1567)
Pedro Frances, Tronpeta (the same)
Domingo, Frances, Seaman: (the same)
Niculas, Frances, Seaman (the same)
Joanillo, ,egro que estava en poder de Saturiba y fue preso e servia de lencua
(carried to Paerto de Plata on 20 April 1567)
Juan Juli, Seaman
Luis, Frances, Seaman
.: Pierres, Lengua de tierra del Cacique de l-ayaca
Juan Bivete, Lengua de tierra'de 1'ayaca
Simon Barica, Soldier, Received in the Islands and .came to this fort of St.
Augustine on 1 April 1566. (Went with the Adelantado to the Islands 21 Oct.66










Cristobal de Cuaco, Soldier. Native of Salvatierra de alava. Came to
this said for, arrived 1 April (Drowned on IMay 1567)
Leonis de Guevar, Soldier (or Hue'.-ar), native of Xerex de la Frontera, came
to the fort of ? (lost)


LQO0r C~e 3Norales, wife of .artinde Arguelles
Sancho, hi)son, he is given a ration from the day his parents received it.
Geronima, the daughter of i.artin de Arguelles, about 3-- years. Ration from
1 Dec. 1567
iartinco, son of the said Martin de Arguelles, 2 yrs old. racion from 1 iay
1567.
Catalina Alvarez, itte, widow
Laria de Hevia, daughter of the said Catalina Alvarez and of Rodrigo Montes
Soldier of the old ones, is of the age of 4- yrs. Gets ration from 1
Jan. 1567
Leonor, daughter of the said Catalina Alvarez and Juan de Hiranda, Soldier of
the Viejos, her husband for the last nine months, ration 1 July 1569
Catalina Sanchez, widow (to Havana 19 Aug. 1568?)

Signed, Andres de Equino






(From the listing of the men in the Archiniega Socorro, on the last page of
the list as microfilned, come the following dependents)

Ursula, his wife
Iaria Pelaez, her neice or daughter
Anita, daughter of the Lie. Peleaz, 21 yrs. odl Ration from 1 Earch 1569.
Alonsito, 8 months. Sone of Bartolome Duran, Soldier of Comp, of Capt. Juan
de Zurita. Ration from 1 July 1569.
Signed, Andres de Quino



















SPANISH MILITIA:

EARLY ROSTER 1578


During an inspection tour of Florida in 1578, the
official visitador, or visitor, from the government in
Spain, drew up a list of all the soldiers and enrolled mi-
litia by name. The list below includes only the militia,
excluding soldiers of the regular garrison, priests, sail-
ors and others who serviced the ships which helped de-
fend the settlement, and several government
functionaries. Each man was listed by family name and
the city or province from which he came; thus Juan Pe-
laez will appear as Juan Pelaez of Villaviziosa.

Gonzalo Martin Buenano of Villalva Juan de Mena of Sardinia
Pedro Manuel Tristan of Torquemada Sebastian Hernandez of Celanova
Macias Ponze of Barcelona Juan Batista of Cazalla
Bartolome de Arguelles of Langreo Francisco Juarez of Utera
Hernando de la Fuente of Villaviziosa Miguel Moneba of Barbaguena
Juan de Arguelles of Avila Pedro del Castrillon
Miguel de Baldes of Gijon Martin de Mendoza of Mendoza de Alava
Francisco Varrera of Carmona Alonsa Mallo of Vigo
Francisco Gonzalez del Rio of Corunna Juan Jimenez of Seville
Geronimo Martin ofJerez de la Frontera Hesteban Rodriquez of Villanueva de los Ynfantes
Marcos Garafa of La Puebla de Montalban Lucas Martin of Valdepenas
Juan Martin Carreno Juan Alvarez of Myll Manda in Galicia
Antonio de Rivera of Vianna de Camino Diego Garcia de Llanos of Gijon
Bartolome de Rochana of Vianna Miguel de Camora of Paterna
Francisco Sanchez of Tenbleque Juan de Rojas of Utera
Alonso Sanchez of Arazena Juan Pelez of Villaviziosa
Cristoval de Berlanga of Ecija Jordan Gonzales
Pedro Blasco of Soria Juan Gallego Auguazil of Tuy
Marcial de Leon of Leon Jordan Gonzales
Pedro Lerin of Calaorra Juan de Rivero of Portugal
Juan de Avila of Avila Bernabe Rodriguez
Adrian de Canizares of Ciudad Real










S20 *








MEN OF THE GARRISON 25

1671-72.

"I, Captain Don Antonio Menendez Marques, accountant,
and justice official of the Royal Treasury in these Prov-
inces of Florida, certify that, by the royal books of the
accountancy under my charge, there appears and seems that,
since July sixth of the past year of sixteen hundred and
seventy one, when Sergeant Major Don Manuel de Cendoya
took possession of the offices of governor and captain
general of these provinces by appointment of Her Majesty,
to the end of December of said year, there were serving
the King, our Lord, in this presidio the military, naval,
and artillery personnel and other officials who will be
shown below, in the following form and manner:


Major and minor officials

Captain Don Nicolas Ponce de Le6n [the Second], sergeant
major
Captain Domingo de Leturiondo, lieutenant of Apalache
Captain Juan Fernandez de Florencia, lieutenant of Timucua
Captain Nic6ols [Esteves] de Carmen'atis [the Younger], lieut-
enant of the fortress
Sergeant Major Alonso Solana, retainer
Sergeant Major Juan Sanchez [de Uriza], retainer
Ensign Francisco Gonzalez de Villagarcia, chief assistant
at the accountancy
Adjutant Diego Diaz Mej'a [the Second]
Adjutant Alonso Diaz [Mejia, overseer at the quarry.site]
Adjutant Bartolome Rodriguez
Adjutant Alonso Solana [the Elder], munitions notary
Agustin Gonzalez, assistant at the accountancy
Carlos Robson, surgeon
Juan de los Reyes, barber
Tomas Hernandez, chief master blacksmith
Juan Sanchez [de San Lucar], master of the slaves


Company of Captain Don Francisco de Lara

Said Captain Don Francisco de Lara
Agustin Rubio, ensign
Alonso de Arguelles [the Third], sergeant
Antonio Martin, drummer
Juan Ramos, drummer
Antonio Chaparro, fifer
Don Pedro [Benedit] Horruytiner [sergeant major]
Francisco de Reina [captain]
Martin Alcaide [de C6rdoba] [captain]
Francisco Roma [captain]







26 EL ESCRIBANO

Don Manuel Ponce [de Le6n] [captain]
Don Juan Asensio [captain]
Mateo de Sartucha [captain]
Francisco de Monz-n [captain]
Diego [Lopez] de Mercado [adjutant]
Francisco Pacheco [the Elder] [adjutant]
Isidro de Reinoso [adjutant]
Bartolome Entonado [adjutant]
Alonso Alvarez [de Sotomayor] [adjutant]
Ger-nimo Regidor [adjutant]
Manuel [Rodriguez] de Torres [adjutant]
Martin de Aispiolea [adjutant]
Andres de Sotomayor [ensign]
Juan Dominguez [de Viana] [ensign]
Antonio de Florencia [ensign]
Ventura Gonzalez [ensign]
Juan Sanchez de Uriza [ensign]
Bartolome Perez [de Cubillas] [corporal]
Andres Hernandez [corporal]
Manuel de Orta [corporal]
Jose de Contreras [corporal]
Juan Moreno y Segovia Antonio Francisco
Andres.de Herrera Diego de Jaen
Diego Jacinto Diego Anzures
Bernardino Jimenez Diego de la Cruz
Juan Guerrero Geronimo del Rosal
Francisco de Dueias [the Elder] Jose de Fuica
Esteban de Luz Marcos Fernandez
Bias de Cendrera Nicolas Ramirez
Juan Rodriguez Tiznado Nicolas Parera
Alonso de Morales [the First] Cristobal de Meneses
Gabriel Salguero Pedro Ram6n [de Sandoval]
Pedro de Arcos Felipe de Naveda
[Don] Juan de Palomares Jose de Morales
Agustin del Castrien Juan Gomez
Juan Pinto Felipe de Santiago [the First]
Nicolas de Baeza Benito Gonzalez
Jose de Salinas Juan de la Vera
Juan Cruz Francisco Hernandez [de San
Andres Parera Agustin]
Vicente Rodriguez Ventura de Soto
Tomas de Escalera Sim6n de los Reyes
Juan Mufiz Juan L6pez de Aguirre
Nicolas de Goyas Tomas Gonzalez
Domingo de San Miguel Juan de Arizmendi
Dionisio de los Rios [Enriquez] Pedro Martin
Juan Lucas Juan Rodriguez
[Don] Juan [Antonio] de Avila Geronimo Martin
[y Vigue] Jos9 de Orgaz
Matfas de los Reyes Juan de Molina
Francisco Moreno Francisco Zumaya









MEN OF THE GARRISON

Luis de Granada Pedro Lujan
Francisco Anzures Isidro de los Reyes
Francisco de Leon Don Pedro Antonio [Nicasio]
Jose de Medina de Cendoya]
Pedro de Torres Don Juan [Saturnino] de
Jose de los Reyes Abaurrea
Lucas Ponce Don Juan del Pueyo
Juan de la Gasca Juan de Le6n
Lorenzo Guerrero Lorenzo de Vargas
Manuel [Diaz] Jorge Lazaro Llaca
Sebastian Groso Manuel Martin
Crist6bal NUGez Don Diego Osorio
Cristobal Jimenez


Company of Captain Don Antonio de Arguelles

Said Captain Don Antonio de ArgUelles
Juan Ruiz Mej'a [the Second], ensign
Francisco Gonzalez [the Younger],sergeant
Francisco Jose, drummer
Diego Lopez, drummer
Francisco Ventura fifer
Nicolas Fernandez de Goyas [captain]
Francisco Garcia [de la Vera] [captain]
Don Mateo Pacheco [y Salgado] [captain]
Alonso de ArgUelles [the Second] [captain]
Francisco de la Rocha [Florencia, captain]
Francisco de Aispiolea [captain]
Pedro de Florencia [adjutant?]
Francisco Fuentes [de Galarza] [adjutant?]
Francisco Sanchez [de Daza] [adjutant]
Salvador de Pedrosa [adjutant]
Manuel G6mez [adjutant]
Alonso Naranjo [adjutant]
Francisco de Caiizares [y Osorio, adjutant]
Andres Perez [the First] [adjutant?]
Bernabe Lopez [de Duefas] [adjutant?]
Mateo Parera [the Elder] [ensign]
Luis [Hernandez] de Viana [ensign]
Matlas Cabezas [ensign]
Juan Bautista Terraza [ensign]
Agustin de Monz-n [ensign]
Pedro de Tejeda [the Elder] [ensign]
Manuel Rizo [ensign]
Juan Antonio de Ayala [the Elder, ensign]
Jacinto Rodriguez [ensign]
Juan de Aldeco [ensign]
Antonio Felipe [ensign]
Bernardo Groso [ensign]
Bias de Cabrera [ensign]
Francisco de Pedrosa [corporal]













28 EL ESCRIBANO

Diego Gutierrez [corporal]
Ger6nimo Ventura [corporal]
Antonio Serrano [corporal]
Andres Rodriguez [the First] Alonso Garcia de la Vera
Manuel Rodriguez Marcos Garcia
Juan Lopez de Dueias Francisco de Barbosa
Gaspar de los Reyes Juan Ruiz de Caiizares
Juan de Echevarria Antonio de Solis
Pedro de Escalera Diego Alvarez de Mendoza
Antonio Correa Antonio Diaz
Bartolome Naranjo Fernando P6rez
Jose de Escobedo Gonzalo Jorge
Antonio del Pino Juan de Dios
Francisco de Castro Diego Castrej6n
Juan Bautista de la Cruz Nicolas Diaz
[the Elder] Nicolas Calder6n
Juan de Mojica Antonio Valderrama
Francisco de Sepilveda Hip6lito Rodriguez
Sebastian de Vargas Nicolas de Bertadillo
Simon de Baraona Luis de Le6n
Crist6bal de Cardenas Juan de Sandoval
Jose de Valderrama Crist6bal Fernandez
Juan de la Gasca [the First] Pedro Zamorano
Alonso Lanzarote JoSd Giraldo
Andres de Escobedo Francisco [Fernandez] de
Alonso de Florencia Florencia
Adrian [de] Caiizares Francisco [Roque] Perez
Sebastian Rodriguez Jose de Villalpando
Bernardo de Medina Gregorio de Vilches
Ignacio de Sobevares Jose Tinoco
Juan Jimenez Juan Gutierrez
Marcos Delgado Fabian de Angulo
Jose de Cardenas Martin de Santiago
Diego Zavala Francisco de Aguilar
Diego Martin Alonso Garcia
Francisco Ruiz Isidro Rodriguez [de Lara]
Jose Sanchez Alonso de Avila
Miguel Caballero Antonio Lorenzo [Salvador]
Juan Parera [de Espaia] Juan Rodriguez [de San
Nicolas Mendez Agustin]
Andres Nujano Juan Artenio
Diego Ruiz Tomas Alvarez
Antonio Alvarez











MEN OF THE GARRISON


Gunners

Nicolas [Esteves] de Carmenatis [the Elder], captain of
the artillery
Francisco Martin Norman, master gunner
Andres Cordero, gunner Manuel Caraballo
Marcos de Reina [the Elder] Bruno Placido
Juan de Arzola Bartolom6 de la Cruz [the
Jose Rmlrez First]
Bartolome Montero Juan Vgzquez


Naval Personnel

Martin de Lupernaga, captain of sea and war
Gonzalo Hernandez [de Hostos], chief pilot
Juan Luis [Lombardo], harbor pilot
Manuel Jacinto, chief caulker Diego Alvarez [the Second]
Juan de Herrera, seaman Juan de la Cruz
Alonso Solana [the Younger], Domingo de Aguilar
seaman Luis de Figueroa, apprentice
Francisco Bravo [de Acunia], seaman
preferred seaman Juan Bautista, apprentice
Mateo Alonso de Cendrera, seaman
boatswain Asensio de la Cruz, appren-
Martin de Echagaray, preferred tice seaman
seaman Juan Francisco [de Orozco]
Francisco Martin [de Utrera], Antonio Camu6as
seaman Domingo de Florencia
Antonio de Oliva Alonso de Cendrera, cabin boy
Manuel Gonzalez [Palma, the Antonio de Torres
Elder] Francisco Luis
Jose de Rivas Gonzalo Hernandez
Crist6bal de Rojas


So then, the persons contained in this certificate, military
as well as naval, gunners, and other officials, are two hun-
dred and eighty, who served until the end of December of
said year of sixteen hundred and seventy one, and they con-
tinue to do so today, this date, as every thing appears and
seems by said royal books, to which I refer, and so that it
may be of record, I gave these presents in the City of St.
Augustine in Florida, on the tenth of March, one thousand
six hundred and seventy two years.

Don Antonio Menendez Marques."

























Source: Stetson Collection, AGI 58-1-32/23
Gov. Manuel de Montiano and royal officials
Juan Lorenzo del Pueyo and Sebastian Sanchez
of Florida to the crown, St. Augustine,
Septebmer 25, 1740, 41 ff.
Roster is dated Sept. 12, 174O.








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The King's Ranger

STHOMAS BROWN AND THE

AMERICAN REVOLUTION ON

* THE SOUTHERN FRONTIER




EDWARD J. CA SHIN















THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA PRESS

ATHE.VS & LONDON







































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The king's ranger: Thomas Brown and the American Revolution on
the southern frontier / Edward J. Cashin.
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Bibliography: p.
Includes index.
ISBN 0-8203-1093-X (alk. paper)
I. Brown, Thomas, 1750-1825. 2. Georgia-History-Revolution,
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APPENDIX


MUSTER ROLLS,


KING'S RANGERS





The following rolls were compiled by Murtie June Clark from records in the
Carleton Papers (PRO 30/55), the Ward Chipman Papers in the Public
Archives of Ontario, Ottawa (PAC MG 23, DI), and the British Military
Records also in the Public Archives of Ontario (PAC RG81, "C" Series):*

Muster, Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Brown's Company,
King's Rangers, June 24, 1779
Nr Rank Name/Remarks

1 Lieut Colonel Brown, Thomas
1 Capt-Lieut Barclay, John
1 Lieutenant Brown, James
1 Ensign Prevost, G. M.
1 Chaplain Stewart, James
1 Adjutant Browne, James C.
1 Qtr-Mstr Cameron, Donald
1 Surgeon Clark, John
1 Sergeant Adamms, Aach, died Oct. 27
2 Sergeant Brooks, Thomas, enlisted Aug. 3
3 Sergeant Wilson, David, enlisted Aug. 3
1 Corporal Advison, Phillip
2 Corporal Bryson, Hawkins
3 Corporal McKnight, Moses
1 Private Middlebrook, James
2 Private George, Henry, died Sept. 19, 1779
3 Private Ward, Banjamin
4 Private Bush, John
5 Private Barker, Moses

*Murtie June Clark, Loyalists in the Southern Campaign of the Revolutionary War, 2 vols. (Bal-
timore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1981), 1:49-85. Reprinted with permission of the Genea-
logical Publishing Co.

249


















250 : Appendix


6 Private King, Wallis
7 Private McBride, Edward
8 Private Deems, Aba
9 Private Stone, Elias
10 Private Hutchison, Joseph
11 Private Hodge, Benjamin
12 Private Wallis, Joseph
13 Private Dugelere, John
14 Private Rickman, John
15 Private McGovern, Thomas
16 Private Johnston, Edward
17 Private Holt, Reuben
18 Private Cooke, David
19 Private Parke, Andrew
20 Private Allgood, William, deserted Sept. 23
21 Private Mills, Henry, deserted Sept. 23
22 Private Burch, John
23 Private Barry, Thomas
24 Private Longford, Moses
25 Private Hog, James
26 Private Curler, John, deserted Sept. 25
27 Private Mclntire, John
28 Private Pedlar, John
29 Private Handcocke, John
30 Private Hunter, William
31 Private Vincent, John
32 Private Winfield, Curtis
33 Private Prichard, John, enlisted July 3
34 Private Finley, Jonathan
35 Private Holt, Barry ..
36 Private Carrol, John
37 Private Hooper, William

Additional Listing:

1 Drummer Burgess, Benjamin, enlisted Aug. 24
1 Volunteer Cornish, John, enlisted Aug. 24
4 Sergeant Norrington, Nathaniel, enlisted July 3, deserted Aug. 24
4 Corporal Howell, Pat, enlisted July 3
38 Private McBride, James, enlisted July 3, deserted Aug. 24
39 Private Mullon, Henry, enlisted July 3, deserted Aug. 24
40 Private Lynch, James, enlisted July 3, deserted July 28
41 Private Nappleer, John
42 Private Smith, John
43 Private Mills, Jeremiah, deserted Sept. 14
44 Private Symonds, Moses
45 Private Lyman, John


















Muster Rolls, King's Rangers : 251

46 Private Sutherland, Gibson, dead July 15
47 Private Huston, Jacob, dead July 17
48 Private Prue, Edward, dead Aug. 18
Plus 3 contingent men
Note: Privates 1-32 enlisted June 25, 1779.
Attest: Thomas Brown, Lieutenant Colonel, King's Rangers
Rigdon Brice, Deputy Muster Master, Provincial Forces
Source: Carleton Papers, #10243.

Muster, Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Brown's Company,
King's Rangers, Savannah, Nov. 29, 1779
Nr Rank Name/Remarks

1 Lieut Colonel Brown, Thomas, commissioned June 1, 1776
1 Lieutenant Brown, James C.
1 Ensign Prevost, George A., absent with leave
1 Chaplain Stewart, James, commissioned June 24, 1779
1 Adjutant Brown, James, commissioned June 1, 1779
I Qtr-Mstr Cornish, John, commissioned Nov. 17, 1779
1 Surgeon Allen, John
1 Sergeant Adams, Archibald, died Oct. 27, 1779
2 Sergeant Brooks, James
3 Sergeant Wilson, David
I Corporal Davidson, Philip
2 Corporal Hawkins, Bryan
3 Corporal Hodges, Benjamin
1 Drummer Harrison, John
1 Private Carroll, John
2 Private King, Willis
3 Private Barker, Moses
4 Private Pigg, Henry
5 Private Vincent, John
6 Private Burt, John
7 Private Stone, Elias
8 Private Ward, Benjamin
9 Private Winfield, Curtis
10 Private Hugbe, John
11 Private Roper, Will
12 Private Deane, Absalom
13 Private McCowan, Thomas
14 Private Finlay, John
15 Private McIntyre, John
16 Private McBride, Edward
17 Private Fidler, John
18 Private Burgess, Benjamin


















252 : Appendix


19 Private Prichard, John
20 Private Willis, Joseph
21 Private Langford, Moses
22 Private Berry, Thomas
23 Private Koll, Beverly
24 Private Handcock, John
25 Private Hunter, William
26 Private Swords, John
27 Private Burch, John, sick, Regimental hospital
28 Private Cook, David, sick, Regimental hospital
29 Private Rickman, John, in General hospital
30 Private McKnight, Moses, died Oct. 10, 1779
31 Private George, Henry, died Sept. 19, 1779
32 Private Holt, Reubin, died Nov. 10, 1779
33 Private Lynch, James, died July 29, 1779
34 Private Sutherland, Gibson, died July 15, 1779
35 Private Huten, Jacob, died July 17, 1779
36 Private Price, Edward, died Aug. 17, 1779
37 Private Middlebrook, Edward, deserted
38 Private Napier, John, deserted July 20, 1779
39 Private Hogg, James, deserted Sept. 21, 1779
40 Private Allgood, Will, deserted Sept. 23, 1779
41 Private Curtis, John, deserted Nov. 13, 1779
42 Private Mills, Henry, deserted Sept. 14, 1779
43 Private Norrington, Nathan, deserted Aug. 24, 1779
44 Private Howell, Patrick, deserted Aug. 24, 1779
45 Private McBride, James, deserted Aug. 24, 1779
46 Private Mullen, Henry, deserted Aug. 24, 1779
47 Private Smith, John, deserted July 24,,1779
48 Private Miles, Jeremiah, deserted July 24, 17%9
49 Private Symonds, Moses, deserted Sept. 14, 1779
50 Private Lynn, John, deserted Sept. 14, 1779
Attest: Rigdon Brice, Deputy Muster Master, Provincial Forces
James Caldwell Brown, Lieutenant, King's Rangers
Source: PAC, RG8I "C" Series, Vol 1898.

Muster, Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Brown's Company, King's Rangers,
Augusta, Apr. 24, 1781, 61 days, Apr. 25-June 24, 1781
Nr Rank Name/Remarks

1 Lieut. Colonel Brown, Thomas
1 Lieutenant Ellis, Daniel
1 Ensign Douglass, Benjamin, promoted Feb. 23, 1781
1 Adjutant Brown, James Calder
1 Chaplain Stewart, James


















Muster Rolls, King's Rangers : 253


1 Surgeon Allen, John
1 Qtr-Mstr Cornish, John
1 Sergeant Mitchell, Thomas
2 Sergeant Fields, Charles
3 Sergeant Hawkins, Bryan
1 Corporal Rickman, John
2 Corporal Barker, Moses
3 Corporal Longford, Moses
1 Drummer Mortimore, John
1 Private Martindale, John
2 Private Davids, James
3 Private McBride, Edward
4 Private Holt, Beverly
5 Private Winfield, Curtis
6 Private Cooke, David
7 Private Pigg, Henry
8 Private Finley, John
9 Private Vincent, John
10 Private Swords, John
11 Private Hancock, John
12 Private Pritchet, John
13 Private Ward, Benjamin
14 Private Pearce, Parker
15 Private Thompson, Jonathan
16 Private Campbell, Gilbert
17 Private Smyth, Thomas
18 Private Adams, William
19 Private Adams, Jacob
20 Private Battoe, Peter
21 Private Shirley, James
22 Private Matthews, Reuben
23 Private Cochran, Robert
24 Private Heaton, William
25 Private Stone, Charles
26 Private Langham, James
27 Private Taylor, Richard
28 Private Parker, John
29 Private Shirley, Martin
30 Private Bernard, Thomas
31 Private Ferguson, John
32 Private Bryant, William
33 Private Johnston, William
34 Private Perry, Richard
35 Private Rapids, William
36 Private Dean, Absalom, died Apr. 14, 1781
37 Private Burch, John, died Apr. 18, 1781
38 Private Davis, John, deserted Apr. 14, 1781


















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39 Private Doudy, Richard
40 Private Konig, Willis, killed Apr. 20, 1781
41 Private Dowland, John, enlisted Jan. 28, 1781
42 Private McCann, Patrick
43 Private Davidson, John, enlisted Mar. 24, 1781
44 Private West, Gabriel, enlisted Mar. 30, 1781
45 Private King, John, enlisted Apr. 19, 1781
46 Private Allgood, William, prisoner with rebels
47 Private Harness, William, prisoner with rebels
48 Private Villett, Giles, died Dec. 18, 1780
49 Private Frail, John, died Dec. 21, 1780
50 Private Slacks, Patrick, died Dec. 28, 1780
Mustered: 1 Lieut Colonel, 1 lieutenant, 1 ensign, 3 sergeants, 3 corporals, 1
drummer, and 40 effective private men.
Attest: John Jenkins, Deputy Muster Master
Daniel Ellis, Lieutenant King's Rangers
Source: PAC, RG8I "C" Series, Vol 1898

Muster, Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Brown's Company, King's Rangers,
Savannah, Oct. 24, 1781, 61 days, Oct. 25-Dec. 24, 1781
Nr Rank Name/Remarks

1 Lieut. Colonel Brown, Thomas
1 Lieutenant Ellis, Daniel
1 Ensign Douglas, Benjamin
1 Chaplain Stewart, James, Charlestown
1 Adjutant Ellis, Daniel ,,
1 Qtr-Mstr Cornish, John, Charlestown 4
1 Surgeon Allen, John
1 Mate Booth, Thomas
I Sergeant Mitchell, Thomas
2 Sergeant Fields, Charles
3 Sergeant Ball, William
1 Corporal Cook, David
2 Corporal Hogain, James
3 Corporal Clibborn, Ephraim
1 Drummer Brooks, James
1 Private Banard, Thomas
2 Private Swords, John
3 Private Pritchet, John
4 Private Stone, Charles
5 Private Dowland, John
6 Private King, John
7 Private Smyth, Thomas
8 Private Shirley, James


















Muster Rolls, King's Rangers : 255


9 Private Berry, Thomas
10 Private Gibson, John
11 Private Gunns, Andrew
12 Private Roberts, Hat
13 Private Holton, Richard
14 Private Carroll, John
15 Private Bruce, Simeon
16 Private Dwyer, Jacob
17 Private Ferligue, Peter
18 Private Smith, John
19 Private Pritchet, Edward
20 Private Throughgood, John
21 Private Carr, William
22 Private Spindler, Boston
23 Private Reynor, William
24 Private Wall, Drury
25 Private Blaylocke, John
26 Private Smyth, William
27 Private Bates, Thomas
28 Private Belin, Nicholas
29 Private Franks, Joseph
30 Private Flanagan, John
31 Private Riggings, Buchhannon
32 Private Rickman, John*
33 Private Langford, Moses*
34 Private Mortimore, John*
35 Private Martindale, John*
36 Private Winfield, Curtis*
37 Private Finley, Jonathan*
38 Private Vincent, John*
39 Private Hancock, John*
40 Private Ward, Benjamin*
41 Private Thompson, Jonathan*
42 Private Campbell, Gilbert*
43 Private Adams, William*
44 Private Adams, Jacob*
45 Private Batton, Peter*
46 Private Longhorn, James*
47 Private Taylor, Richard*
48 Private Shirley, Martin*
49 Private Ferguson, John*
50 Private Repito, William*
51 Private Allgood, William*
52 Private Harness, William*
53 Private Dayley, George
54 Private Saxton, Matthew
55 Private Small, Thomas


















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56 Private Tomlin, Thomas, enlisted Sept. 3, 1781
57 Private Long, William, enlisted Sept. 3, 1781
58 Private Baker, William, enlisted Sept. 14, 1781
59 Private Dougherty, John, enlisted Sept. 16, 1781 with the British
Legion
60 Private Owens, Terry, enlisted Sept. 18, 1781, with the British
Legion
61 Private Jones, William, died Oct. 19, 1781
62 Private Latimer, George, died Oct. 12, 1781
63 Private Henderson, Richard, died Oct. 23, 1781
64 Private Brewer, William, died Oct. 22, 1781
65 Private Bryant, William, transferred to Captain Wyley's Company
Oct. 25, 1781
66 Private Billings, John, died Sept. 10, 1781
67 Private O'Niel, John, deserted Oct. 8, 1781
68 Private Fuz, William, died Sept. 28, 1781
69 Private Wyberm, John, died Oct. 8, 1781
70 Private Dicks, Hendrick, died Sept. 14, 1781
71 Private Moon, William, transferred to Capt. Marshall's Company
Oct. 25, 1781
72 Private Murdocks, William (same as Moon)
73 Private North, Thomas, recruiting
74 Private Starnes, John, enlisted Sept. 13, 1781
*Prisoners with rebels.
Mustered: 1 lieut colonel, 1 lieut, 1 ensign, I adjutant, 1 surgeon, 1 mate, 3
sergeants, 3 corporals, 1 drummer, 39 effective private men.
Attest: John Jenkins, Deputy Muster Master, Provincial Forces
Daniel Ellis, Lieutenant
Source: PAC, RG8I "C" Series, Vol 1898. '

Muster, Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Brown's Company, King's Rangers,
Savannah, Apr. 24,1782, 61 days, Apr. 25-June 24, 1782
Nr Rank Name/Remarks

1 Lieut. Colonel Brown, Thomas
1 Lieutenant Ellis, Daniel
1 Ensign Douglas, Benjamin
1 Chaplain Stewart, James
1 Adjutant Brown, James C.
1 Qtr-Mstr Waldron, Gifford
1 Surgeon Allen, John
1 Mate Booth, Thomas
1 Sergeant Mitchell, Thomas
2 Sergeant Bruce, Simeon
3 Sergeant Bryant, William



















Muster Rolls, King's Rangers : 257


1 Corporal Cook, David
2 Corporal Hagan, James
3 Corporal Clibborn, Ephraim
1 Drummer Brooks, James
1 Private Owens, Terry
2 Private Bunard, Thomas
3 Private Pritchet, John
4 Private Stone, Charles
5 Private King, John
6 Private Smyth, Thomas
7 Private Shirley, James
8 Private Berry, Thomas
9 Private Gums, Andrew
10 Private Robert, Het
11 Private Holton, Richard
12 Private Carroll, John
13 Private Duyre, Jacob
14 Private Smyth, John
15 Private Pritchett, Edward
16 Private Thoroughgood, John
17 Private Carr, William
18 Private Zeyrier, William
19 Private Wall, Henry
20 Private Smyth, William
21 Private Bates, Thomas
22 Private Franks, Joseph
23 Private Flannagan, John
24 Private Sexton, Matthew
25 Private Small, Thomas
26 Private Long, Thomas
27 Private Baker, William
28 Private Daugherty, John
29 Private Dixon, William
30 Private Evans, William
31 Private Elmore, James
32 Private Haines, John
33 Private Haines, James
34 Private Leach, James
35 Private Hudson, Richard
36 Private Jackson, Thomas
37 Private Francis, John
38 Private King, Robert
39 Private Jones, John
40 Private Browne, George
41 Private North, Thomas

Mustered at Savannah, Apr. 24, 1782.

















258 : Appendix


Mustered: 1 lieut colonel, 1 lieut, 1 ensign, 1 chaplain, 1 adjutant, 1 quarter master,
1 surgeon, 1 mate, 3 sergeants, 3 corporals, 1 drummer, 40 effective private men.
Attest: John Jenkins, Deputy Muster Master, Provincial Forces
Daniel Ellis, Lieutenant King's Rangers
Source: PAC, RG8I "C" Series, Vol 1898.
Note: The Georgia Loyalists merged with the King's Rangers in 1782.

Muster, Major James Wright's Company, King's Rangers, Savannah, Apr. 24,
1782, 61 days, Apr. 25-June 24, 1782
Nr Rank Name/Remarks

1 Major Wright, James
1 Lieutenant Peterson, William
1 Ensign Johnston, William
1 Sergeant Eggleton, Thomas, on command
2 Sergeant Marshall, John
3 Sergeant Jones, William
1 Corporal Boyle, Roger
2 Corporal Hughes, Joseph
3 Corporal Hunt, Jonathan
1 Drummer Pennybaker, Conrad
1 Private Lawrence, John
2 Private Lavine, Simon
3 Private Damarine, George
4 Private Scanline, Patrick
5 Private Devent, Bernard
6 Private Moore, Hugh
7 Private Rudd, William "
8 Private Thomas, Evan
9 Private Robinson, Robert
10 Private Robinson, Henry
11 Private Strahan, William
12 Private Ponse, Joseph
13 Private Henderson, Peter
14 Private Donnavan, John
15 Private Falconberg, Frederick
16 Private Barclay, Jacob
17 Private Mathiney, James
18 Private Scott, John, on command
19 Private Busby, Simeon
20 Private Miniham, Charles
21 Private Moore, James
22 Private Billings, John
23 Private Wealt, John
24 Private MacCay, William
25 Private Hayes, Gamiel

















Muster Rolls, King's Rangers : 259


26 Private Gunter, William
.27 Private Jones, Thomas
28 Private Grizzle, John
29 Private DeCrouse, Peter
30 Private Hughes, Joseph
31 Private Cadet, John
Mustered at Savannah, Apr. 24, 1782.
Mustered: 1 major, 1 lieutenant, 1 ensign, 2 sergeants, 3 corporals, 1 drummer, 30
effective private men.
Attest: John Jenkins, Deputy Muster Master, Provincial Forces
James Wright, Major
William Peterson, Lieutenant King's Rangers
Source: PAC, RG8I "C" Series, Vol 1898.

Muster, Captain Donald Cameron's Company, King's Rangers, Augusta, Apr.
24, 1781, 61 days, Apr. 25-June 24, 1781
Nr Rank Name/Remarks

1 Captain Cameron, Donald
1 Lieutenant Cameron, Archibald, commissioned Feb. 23, 1781
1 Sergeant Fitten, Thomas
2 Sergeant Fenton, Jacob
3 Sergeant Litby, John
1 Corporal McDonough, Philip
2 Corporal Stewart, William
3 Corporal Reed, Jones
1 Drummer Love, William
1 Private Smyth, George
2 Private Barfield, Daniel
3 Private Ryan, Anthony
4 Private Berry, Thomas
5 Private Nichols, Thomas
6 Private Gormon, James
.7 Private Sharp, John
8 Private Miller, Richard
9 Private Lindsay, Benjamin
10 Private Hall, John
11 Private Edmonds, Thomas
12 Private Hilezendigen, Christian
13 Private Pronectus, Henry
14 Private Mendoselly, Benjamin
15 Private Boise, Christian
16 Private Gervais, John
17 Private Fugate, Josiah
18 Private Battaline, Joseph


















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19 Private Sarlotte, Francis
20 Private Condolly, Francis
21 Private Consales, John
22 Private Ferra, John
23 Private Fatis, Peter
24 Private Trualle, Christopher, on command
25 Private Consales, Simeon
26 Private Nusaw, Raphel, on command
27 Private Allen, William
28 Private LeRoy, Philip
29 Private McCosta, James
30 Private Petter, Manuel
31 Private Furnwel, Richard
32 Private Calvina, Francis
33 Private Coleman, Daniel
34 Private Coarson, David
35 Private Hupham, Abraham
36 Private Augus, Josento
37 Private Clyne, Peter
38 Private Coarson, Samuel, enlisted Mar. 10, 1781
39 Private Buchannon, John, enlisted Mar. 3, 1781
40 Private Temple, Thomas, enlisted Mar. 5, 1781
41 Private Saxton, Philip, killed Sept. 15, 1780
42 Private Roza, Angilo, killed Jan. 15, 1781
43 Private Franks, Jacob, killed Sept. 15, 1780
44 Private Drummond, William, killed Sept. 25, 1780
45 Private Tiddy, John, killed Jan. 1, 1781
46 Private Bond, Nicholas, died Dec. 10, 1780
47 Private McDonald, Donald, died Oct. 20, 1780
48 Private Page, James, killed Sept. '5, 170
49 Private Rockery, Richard, killed Sept. 1I, 1780
50 Private Smith, Martial, killed Sept. 14, 1780
Mustered at Augusta, Apr. 24, 1781, 1 captain, 1 lieutenant, 3 sergeants, 3
corporals, 1 drummer, 38 effective private men.
Attest: John Jenkins, Deputy Muster Master, Provincial Forces
Donald Cameron, Captain, King's Rangers
Source: PAC, RG8I "C" Series, Vol 1898.

Muster, Captain Donald Cameron's Company, King's Rangers, Savannah,
Oct. 24, 1781, 61 days, Oct. 25-Dec. 24, 1781
Nr Rank Name/Remarks

1 Captain Cameron, Donald
1 Lieutenant Cameron, Archibald



















Muster Rolls, King's Rangers : 261


1 Sergeant Feele, Thomas
2 Sergeant Fenton, Jacob
3 Sergeant Stewart, William
1 Corporal Reed, Jonas
2 Corporal Barfield, Daniel
3 Corporal Baese, Christian
1 Drummer Galleher, Charles
1 Private Cansaller, Simon
2 Private Smith, George
3 Private Nicholas, Thomas
4 Private Gormon, James
5 Private Sharp, John
6 Private Miller, Richard
7 Private Hall, John
8 Private Edwards, Thomas
9 Private Nebzendagen, Christian
10 Private Primertus, Henry
11 Private Mindouly, Benjamin
12 Private Jarvis, John
13 Private Fugah, Josiah
14 Private Battinie, Joseph
15 Private Lindsay, Benjamin
16 Private Canealiaus, John
17 Private Ferraw, John
18 Private Fatis, Peter
19 Private Troall, Christopher
20 Private Allan, William
21 Private Peter, Manuel
22 Private Cavenaugh, Francis
23 Private Huppan, Abraham
24 Private Birmingham, John
25 Private Dayton, John, enlisted Sept. 9, 1781
26 Private Ryan, Anthony, dead, Aug. 24, 1781
27 Private Berry, John
28 Private David, James
29 Private Holloway, Joseph, enlisted Sept. 22, 1781
30 Private Coarsen, David, prisoner with rebels
31 Private Coarsen, Samuel, prisoner with rebels
32 Private Coleman, Daniel, prisoner with rebels
33 Private Buchhannon, John, prisoner with rebels
34 Private Condially, Francis, prisoner with rebels
35 Private Franks, Anthony, enlisted Sept. 18, 1781
36 Private Black, Joseph, enlisted Sept. 18, 1781
37 Private McCosta, James, enlisted Sept. 18, 1781
38 Private McDonaugh, Philip, prisoner with rebels
39 Private Sarlotte, Francis, on command


















262 : Appendix


Mustered at Savannah, Oct. 24, 1781: 1 captain, 1 lieutenant, 3 sergeants, 3
corporals, 1 drummer, 31 effective private men.
Attest: John Jenkins, Deputy Muster Master, Provincial Forces
Archibald Cameron, Lieutenant, King's Rangers
Source: PAC, RG8I "C" Series, Vol 1898.


Muster, Vacant Company, King's Rangers, Savannah, Apr. 24, 1782, 61 days,
Apr. 25-June 24, 1782
Nr Rank Name/Remarks

1 Lieutenant Cameron, Donald
1 Ensign Cameron, Archibald
1 Sergeant Frilee, Thomas
2 Sergeant Fenton, Jacob
3 Sergeant Stewart, William
1 Corporal Boise, Christian
2 Corporal Nichols, Thomas
3 Corporal Berry, John
1 Drummer Galekow, Charles
1 Private Consales, Simeon
2 Private Smyth, George
3 Private Gorman, James
4 Private Sharp, John
5 Private Edwards, Thomas
6 Private Hylsendagon, Christian
7 Private Prinectus, Henry
8 Private Gervas, John
9 Private Battadine, Joseph
10 Private Lindsay, Benjamin 4
11 Private Candiolly, Francis
12 Private Consallus, John
13 Private Ferray, John
14 Private Fatis, Peter
15 Private Allen, William
16 Private Petter, Manuel
17 Private Calvina, Francis
18 Private Burningham, John
19 Private Deyton, William
20 Private Upham, Abraham
21 Private Franks, Anthony
22 Private Black, Joseph
23 Private Charlotte, Francis
24 Private Davidoe, James


















Muster Rolls, King's Rangers : 263


25 Private Mundowley, Benjamin, absent with leave in Charlestown
26 Private Frowal, Christopher, on command
Mustered at Savannah, Apr. 24, 1782: 1 lieutenant, 1 ensign, 3 sergeants,
3 corporals, 1 drummer, 24 effective private men.
Attest: John Jenkins, Deputy Muster Master, Provincial Forces
Source: PAC, RG8I "C" Series, Vol 1898.


Muster, Captain Andrew Hewat's [sic] Company, King's Rangers, Savannah,
Apr. 24, 1782, 61 days, Apr. 25-June 24, 1782
Nr Rank Name/Remarks

1 Captain Hewat [sic], Andrew
1 Lieutenant Eagan, Daniel
1 Ensign Waldron, Lefferd
1 Sergeant Wyatt, John
2 Sergeant Dobbins, James
3 Sergeant Hopkins, William
1 Corporal Finney, John
2 Corporal Thomas, William
3 Corporal Whitehouse, Joseph
1 Drummer Hansler, David
1 Private Neuel, Samuel
2 Private Doral, Thomas
3 Private Delk, David
4 Private Ladson, John
5 Private Kennedy, James
6 Private Dumay, Stephen
7 Private Bowen, Thomas
8 Private Bates, Ezekiel
9 Private Kelly, James
10 Private Triplet, John
11 Private Simmory, William
12 Private Stine, Bartholomew
13 Private Teakin, John
14 Private Horry, John
15 Private Hamilton, John
16 Private Williams, John
17 Private Stevenson, John
18 Private McGraw, John
19 Private Taylor, George
20 Private Jones, Jonathan
21 Private Rogers, Baxton
22 Private Proby, John


















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23 Private Hughes, George
24 Private Mallett, John
25 Private Gesup, Thomas
26 Private Gordon, Robert
27 Private Hopkinson, James
28 Private Wallace, William
29 Private Moor, John
30 Private Graham, William
31 Private Aikin, David
32 Private Ballintine, James
33 Private McDonald, Alexander
Mustered at Savannah, Apr. 24, 1782: 1 captain, 1 lieutenant, I ensign, 3 sergear
3 corporals, 1 drummer, 33 effective private men.
Attest: John Jenkins, Deputy Muster Master, Provincial Forces
Andrew Hewat(sic), Captain
Daniel Eagan, Lieutenant
Lefferd Waldron, Ensign
Source: PAC, RG8I "C" Series, Vol 1898.

Muster, Captain Andrew Johnston's Company, King's Rangers, Savannah,
Nov. 29, 1779
Nr Rank Name/Remarks

1 Captain Johnston, Andrew
1 Lieutenant Ellis, Daniel
1 Ensign Andersen, John
1 Sergeant Hayes, James
2 Sergeant Files, Thomas
3 Sergeant Fenten, Jacob
1 Corporal McDonnagh, Philip 4
2 Corporal Sexten, Philip
3 Corporal Davids, James
1 Drummer Gallihue, Charles
1 Private Fitner, Abram
2 Private Mindowly, Benjamin
3 Private Malonly, Michael
4 Private Bond, Nicholas
5 Private Baker, William
6 Private Smith, George
7 Private Banfield, Daniel
8 Private Ryan, Anthony
9 Private Franks, Joseph
10 Private Franks, Jacob
11 Private Drummond, William


















Muster Rolls, King's Rangers : 265


12 Private Hobson, Thomas
13 Private Reed, Jones
14 Private Nott, Robert
15 Private Nichols, Thomas
16 Private German, James
17 Private McDonald, Donald
18 Private Miller, Richard
19 Private Stewart, William
20 Private Smith, Marshel
21 Private Page, James
22 Private Lindsay, Benjamin
23 Private Edwards, Thomas
24 Private Ludlike, John
25 Private Mitzendigen, Christopher
26 Private Pronishes, Henry
27 Private Rocherie, John
28 Private Calem, Thomas
29 Private Cloyne, Peter
30 Private Boyce, Christopher
31 Private Duban, William
32 Private Neugent, Michael
33 Private Sharp, John, in confinement
34 Private Smith, Thomas, in confinement
35 Private Hupham, Abraham, sick in Regimental hospital
36 Private Hall, John, sick in Regimental hospital
37 Private Loyal, Richard, sick in Regimental hospital
38 Private Miller, Henry, sick in Regimental hospital
39 Private Calibie, Robert, sick in Regimental hospital
40 Private Roberts, William, died Nov. 6, 1779
41 Private Snodgrass, Benjamin, died Nov. 6, 1779
42 Private Gross, died Oct. 17, 1779
43 Private Thomas, John, died, Aug. 20, 1779
44 Private McMillen, George, died Aug. 25, 1779
45 Private Prevale, James, prisoner with rebels
46 Private Coins, Thomas, prisoner with rebels
47 Private Henning, William, prisoner with rebels
48 Private Burch, John, deserted Sept. 12, 1779
49 Private Davis, George, deserted Sept. 12, 1779
50 Private Webb, Alexander, deserted Nov. 21, 1779
51 Private Robinson, John, deserted Nov. 21, 1779
52 Private Bullen, Gasper, deserted Nov. 21, 1779
Note: Privates 1-42 paid to Oct. 24, 1779.
Attest: Rigdon Brice, Deputy Muster Master, Provincial Forces
Andrew Johnston, Captain, King's Rangers
Source: PAC, RG8I "C" Series, Vol 1898.


















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Muster, Captain Robert Law's Company, King's Rangers, Augusta, Apr. 24,
1781, 61 days, Apr. 25-June 24, 1781
Nr Rank Name/Remarks

1 Captain Law, Robert
1 Lieutenant Anderson, John
1 Sergeant Perkins, John
2 Sergeant Hayes, James
1 Corporal Brown, Joseph
I Private Gregory, James
2 Private Blaney, Matthew
3 Private Bugg, John
4 Private Swords, William
5 Private Farrier, James
6 Private LeBreton, Peter
7 Private Oreugus, Enus
8 Private McKenly, Jeremiah
9 Private Matthews, John
10 Private Dees, Claudius
11 Private Bellington, Anthony
12 Private Pendigrass, Patrick
13 Private Proudlove, William
14 Private Roundtree, Alexander
15 Private Johnston, Clark
16 Private Johnston, John
17 Private Johnston, Benjamin
18 Private Walmar, Henry, deserted Oct. 1, 1781
19 Private Jones, William, died Feb. 7, 1781
20 Private Henning, William, with the rebels
21 Private Private, John, with the rebels ,
22 Private Ryan, James, died Jan. 1, 1781 *
23 Private Cooney, Jacob, died Sept. 18, 1780
24 Private Crider, Christian, killed Sept. 14, 1780
25 Private Cabstead, Jacob, died Sept. 15, 1780
26 Private Starky, William, died Sept. 20, 1780
27 Private Bartonfield, Christopher, killed Sept. 16, 1780
28 Private Cooke, Archibald, killed Sept. 16, 1780
29 Private Gardner, John, died Oct. 21, 1780
30 Private Ryan, William, deserted Oct. 6, 1780
Mustered at Augusta, Apr. 24, 1781: 1 captain, 1 lieutenant, 2 sergeants, 1
corporal, 17 effective private men.
Attest: John Jenkins, Deputy Muster Master, Provincial Forces
John Anderson, Lieutenant, King's Rangers
Source: PAC, RG8I "C" Series, Vol 1898.

















Muster Rolls, King's Rangers : 267


Muster, Captain Robert Law's Company, King's Rangers, Savannah, Oct. 24,
1781, 61 days, Oct. 25-Dec. 24, 1781
Nr Rank Name/Remarks

1 Captain Law, Robert
1 Ensign O'Halloran, John
1 Sergeant Hayes, James
2 Sergeant Perkins, John
3 Sergeant Flemming, John
1 Corporal Blaney, Matthew
2 Corporal Matthews, John
3 Corporal Burbitt, Peter
1 Drummer Canning, James
1 Private Billington, Anthony
2 Private Dees, Claudius
3 Private Artogus, Enos
4 Private Farrow, James
5 Private Brown, Allen
6 Private McKinley, Jeremiah
7 Private Syar, Joseph
8 Private Comey, Cornelius
9 Private Tonnackan, James
10 Private Elder, John
11 Private Lundie, John
12 Private Lundie, Zachariah
13 Private Meanars, Nathan, enlisted Sept. 1, 1781
14 Private Harris, William, enlisted Sept. 1, 1781
15 Private Brown, John, enlisted Sept. 8, 1781
16 Private Good, Lewis, enlisted Sept. 5, 1781
17 Private Herman, John, enlisted Aug. 27, 1781
18 Private Marshall, Joseph, enlisted Aug. 28, 1781
19 Private Gathen, Reuben, enlisted Aug. 27, 1781
20 Private Lillycroft, James, enlisted Sept. 3, 1781
21 Private McConkoy, Patrick, enlisted Sept. 3, 1781
22 Private Arent, Richard, enlisted Sept. 8, 1781
23 Private Arent, John, enlisted Sept. 8, 1781
24 Private Quinlan, Patrick, enlisted Sept. 22, 1781
25 Private Cells, William, enlisted Sept. 3, 1781
26 Private Leach, John, enlisted Oct. 20, 1781
27 Private Brooks, James, enlisted Oct. 3, 1781
28 Private Elidge, John, enlisted Oct. 4, 1781
29 Private Gregory, James, died Oct. 1, 1781
30 Private Swords, William, deserted June 3, 1781
31 Private LeBreton, Peter, prisoner with rebels
32 Private Pendergrass, Patrick, prisoner with rebels


















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33 Private Proudlove, William, prisoner with rebels
34 Private Kenning, John, prisoner with rebels
35 Private Privatt, John, prisoner with rebels
36 Private Crater, Christian, died Sept. 14, 1780
37 Private Cubstead, Jacob, died Sept. 15, 1780
38 Private Bartonfield, Christian, died Sept. 16, 1780
39 Private Johnston, John, killed May 3, 1781
40 Private Roundtree, Alexander, deserted May 30, 1781
41 Private Cook, Archibald, killed Sept. 14, 1780
42 Private Gardner, John, killed Oct. 21, 1780
43 Private Bryan, William, deserted Oct. 1, 1780
44 Private Johnston, Clark, deserted May 6, 1781
45 Private Johnston, Benjamin, deserted May 6, 1781
46 Private Holman, Henry, deserted Oct. 1, 1780
47 Private Jones, William, died Feb. 9, 1781
48 Private Ryan, James, died Jan. 1, 1781
49 Private Cooney, Jacob, died Sept. 18, 1780
50 Private Starkey, William, died Dec. 20, 1780
51 Private Brown, Joseph, deserted May 30, 1781
52 Private Bugge, John, prisoner with rebels
Mustered at Savannah, Oct. 24, 1781: 1 captain, 1 ensign, 3 sergeants, 3 corporals,
1 drummer, 28 effective private men.
Attest: John Jenkins, Deputy Muster Master, Provincial Forces
Robert Laws, Captain, King's Rangers
Source: PAC, RG81 "C" Series, Vol 1898.

Muster, Captain Robert Law's Company, King's Rangers, Savannah, Apr. 24,
1782, 61 days, Apr. 25-June 24, 1782
Nr Rank Name/Remarks "

1 Captain Law, Robert
1 Lieutenant Brown, James
1 Sergeant Dowland, John
2 Sergeant Hayes, James
3 Sergeant Gass, John
1 Corporal Flemming, John
2 Corporal Oram, Henry
3 Corporal Matthews, John
1 Drummer Canning, John
1 Private Billington, Anthony
2 Private Cooney, Cornelius
3 Private Lundie, Zachariah
4 Private Manners, Nathan
5 Private Harris, William
6 Private Jonathan, Thomas

















Muster Rolls, King's Rangers : 269


7 Private Harmon, John
8 Private Lillycraft, John
9 Private Quinland, John
10 Private Leaver, Jacob
11 Private Grant, Solomon
12 Private Ward, William
13 Private Fanning, Patrick
14 Private Aaron, Moses
15 Private Syar, William
16 Private Burdett, Patrick
17 Private Ball, William
18 Private Vaughn, John
Mustered at Savannah, Apr. 24, 1782: 1 captain, I lieutenant, 3 sergeants, 3
corporals, 1 drummer, 18 effective private men.
Attest: John Jenkins, Deputy Muster Master, Provincial Forces
Robert Law, Captain
John Brown, Lieutenant, King's Rangers
Source: PAC, RG8I "C" Series, Vol 1898.

Muster, Captain Joseph Marshall's Company, King's Rangers, Augusta,
Apr. 24,1781, 61 days, Apr. 25-June 24, 1781
Nr Rank Name/Remarks

1 Captain Marshall, Joseph
1 Lieutenant Brown, James Calder
1 Sergeant Underwood, Augustus
2 Sergeant Caughlin, James
1 Corporal Thomas, Isaac, promoted Apr. 25, 1781
2 Corporal Oglesby, William
3 Corporal Sanford, John
1 Drummer Harrison, John
1 Private Johnston, Caleb
2 Private Boyd, Henry
3 Private Freeman, John
4 Private Williams, Evan
5 Private Allen, James
6 Private Hammett, John
7 Private Gunn, Jesse
8 Private Hulveston, Godfrey
9 Private Bennett, James
10 Private McClain, John
11 Private Carter, Vincent
12 Private Campbell, Abram
13 Private Baldwin, David, deserted Mar. 30, 1781
14 Private Cumming, John


















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15 Private Forth, Henry
16 Private Clay, Nathan
17 Private Brady, William
18 Private Adams, Robert
19 Private Stallions, Zekiel
20 Private Smyth, James
21 Private Barrow, Reuben
22 Private Davis, Jesse, confined for desertion
23 Private Floyd, Paramin, killed Sept. 14, 1780
24 Private Stevans, Benjamin, killed Sept. 14, 1780
25 Private Vines, Jacob, killed Sept. 14, 1780
26 Private Bonnell, John, killed Sept. 14, 1780
27 Private Lawdon, William, killed Sept. 14, 1780
28 Private Moore, Alexander, killed Sept. 14, 1780
29 Private Asbridge, James, killed Sept. 14, 1780
30 Private Davis, Hezekiah, killed Dec. 20, 1780
31 Private Adams, Solomon, killed Oct. 5, 1780
32 Private Mangum, Samuel, killed Nov. 12, 1780
33 Private Floyd, Thomas, with the rebels
34 Private Hodge, John, deserted Nov. 3, 1780
35 Private Hodge, Willoughby, deserted Nov. 3, 1780
36 Private King, Joel, deserted Jan. 27, 1781
37 Private Trapp, Moses, deserted Jan. 24, 1781
38 Private Robertson, Thomas, deserted Jan. 24, 1781
39 Private Leggett, John, deserted Jan. 24, 1781
40 Private Sibley, John, deserted Mar. 2, 1781
Mustered at Augusta, Apr. 24, 1781: 1 captain, 1 lieutenant, 2 sergeants, 3
corporals, 1 drummer, 21 effective private men.
Attest: Joseph Marshall, Captain, King's Rangers ,,
James Brown, Lieutenant, King's Rangers \
Source: PAC RG8I "C" Series, Vol 1898.

Muster, Captain Joseph Marshall's Company, King's Rangers, Savannah,
Oct. 24, 1781, 61 days, Oct. 25-Dec. 24, 1781
Nr Rank Name/Remarks

1 Captain Marshall, Joseph
1 Lieutenant Smyth, James, on command
1 Sergeant Underwood, Augustus
2 Sergeant Coughlin, James
3 Sergeant Clements, James
1 Corporal Boyd, Henry
2 Corporal Williams, Evan
1 Drummer Harrison, John

















Muster Rolls, King's Rangers : 271


1 Private McClain, John
2 Private Helvston, Godfrey
3 Private Floyd, Peter
4 Private Barbar, Abram
5 Private McElvy, Andrew F.
6 Private Moore, Burgess
7 Private West, Gabriel
8 Private Delemar, Patrick
9 Private Murdocks, Anthony*
10 Private Moran, William*
11 Private Boovey, William, enlisted Sept. 6, 1781
12 Private Slocum, John, enlisted Sept. 14, 1781
13 Private Fitzgerald, Michael, enlisted Aug. 29, 1781
14 Private Crosby, Germain, enlisted Sept. 25, 1781
15 Private Boyd, Robert, enlisted Mar. 26, 1781 taken prisoner in
May 1780, now returned from the rebels

Prisoners with rebels:

16 Private Thomas, Isaac
17 Private Oglesby, William
18 Private Stanford, John
19 Private Jackson, Joseph
20 Private Hazelwood, James
21 Private Hogg, John
22 Private Saunders, George
23 Private Thompson, John
24 Private Mosely, Robert
25 Private Webster, Benjamin
26 Private Travis, William
27 Private Walker, William
28 Private Seber, Joseph
29 Private Davis, Chesly
30 Private Waggstaff, William
31 Private Meadows, John
32 Private Ellis, James
33 Private Forth, Henry
34 Private Adams, Robert
35 Private Smith, James
36 Private Barrow, Reuben
37 Private Floyd, Thomas
38 Private Roeberry, John
Mustered at Savannah, Oct. 24, 1781: 1 captain, 3 sergeants, 2 corporals, 1
drummer, 15 effective private men.
*Transferred to the Colonel's Company, Oct. 25, 1781.


















272 : Appendix

Attest: John Jenkins, Deputy Muster Master, Provincial Forces
Joseph Marshall, Captain, King's Rangers
Source: PAC RG8I "C" Series, Vol 1898.

Muster, Captain Joseph Marshall's Company, King's Rangers, Savannah,
Apr. 24, 1782, 61 days, Apr. 25-June 24, 1782
Nr Rank Name/Remarks

1 Captain Marshall, Joseph
1 Lieutenant Smith, James
1 Sergeant Underwood, Augustus
2 Sergeant Fitzgerald, Michael
3 Sergeant Harkness, George
1 Corporal Boyd, Henry
2 Corporal Williams, Evan
3 Corporal Moore, Burgess
1 Drummer Jeffries, Young
1 Private Harkness, John
2 Private McClain, John
3 Private Floyd, Peter
4 Private Leba, Andrew Francis
5 Private Spindler, Boston
6 Private Delamore, Patrick
7 Private West, Gabriel
8 Private Murdock, Antone
9 Private Moran, William
10 Private Boovey, William
11 Private Slocum, John
12 Private Boyd, Robert *
13 Private Sparks, James
14 Private Spratt, James
15 Private Stowell, Miller
16 Private Williams, John
17 Private Hover, Godlep
18 Private Smyth, John
19 Private Neill, James
20 Private Smyth, George
21 Private Harris, Joseph
22 Private Whitlock, (illegible)
Mustered at Savannah, Apr. 24, 1782: 1 captain, 1 lieutenant, 3 sergeants, 3
corporals, 1 drummer, 22 effective private men.
Attest: John Jenkins, Deputy Muster Master, Provincial Forces
Joseph Marshall, Captain, King's Rangers
Source: PAC RG8I "C" Series, Vol 1898.

















Muster Rolls, King's Rangers : 273


Muster of the Officers, Privates, Women, Children, and Servants of the late
King's Carolina Rangers, settled at Country Harbour, Nova Scotia, June 12,
1784
Nr Rank Name/Remarks

1 Captain Marshall, Joseph
2 Lieutenant Ellis, Daniel
3 Lieutenant Cameron, Archibald
4 Ensign Douglas, Benjamin
5 Ensign Waldron, Liffert
6 Private Campbell, John
7 Private Hopkins, William
8 Private Dobbins, James
9 Private Fenton, Jacob
10 Private Files, Thomas
11 Private Miles, Armstead
12 Private Cook, David
13 Private Clyburn, Ephraim
14 Private Crozier, Mar.
15 Private Slime, Barth
16 Private Nowland, John
17 Private Brooks, James
18 Private Berry, Thomas
19 Private Bates, Thomas
20 Private Hayes, Gamaliel
21 Private Boyle, Roger
22 Private Balantine, James
23 Private Finney, John
24 Private Hamilton, John
25 Private Oven, John
26 Private Stevenson, John
27 Private Jessop, Thomas
28 Private Saunders, George
29 Private Reyonoure, William
30 Private Furney, John
31 Private Smith, George
32 Private Jarvis, John
33 Private Stewart, William
34 Private Lindsay, Benjamin
35 Private Gallihow,
36 Private Hytzendeger, Chris
37 Private Upham, Abraham
38 Private Young, Thomas
39 Private Birmingham, John
40 Private Thorogood, Lovet


















274 : Appendix


41 Private Williams, John
42 Private Lawrence, John
43 Private Holly, John
44 Private Boyd, Henry
45 Private Redmond, William
46 Private Yellow, Gilbert
47 Private Black, Peter
48 Private Morris, William
49 Private Swiney, Roger, gone to Halifax since last muster
50 Private Connor, Peter
51 Private Mclntyre, Charles
52 Private Gordon, Robert, died since last muster

Women

1 Marshall, Mrs.
2 Grant, Margaret
3 Smith, Mrs.
4 Upham, Mrs.
5 Filue, Mrs.
6 Campbell, Mrs.
7 Clyburn, Mrs.
8 Cook, Mrs.
9 Nowland, Mrs.
10 Brooks, Mrs.
11 Norris, Mrs.

Children above 10:

1 Norris, John
2 Nowland, John
3 Nowland, Sarah

Children under 10:

1 Marshall, Joseph
2 Clybourn, John
3 Cook, David
4 Brooks, Margaret
5 Brooks, Nelly
6 Campbell, Mary


Servants:

1 Dick Captain Marshall
2 Sue Captain Marshall


















Muster Rolls, Kings Rangers : 275

3 Charlotte Captain Marshall
4 Mobly Lieut Cameron
5 Prince Ensign Douglass
6 Nero Ensign Douglass
7 Patty Ensign Waldron
Attest: Joseph Marshall, Captain, late King's Carolina Rangers
Archibald Cameron, Lieutenant
William Shaw, Muster Master, Provincial Forces
Source: PAC, MG23, Dl, Vol 24.

Muster, Captain John Bond Randall's Company, King's Rangers, Savannah,
Apr. 24, 1782, 61 days, Apr. 25-June 24, 1782
Nr Rank Name/Remarks
1 Captain Randall, John Bond
1 Lieutenant O'Banan, Jacob Daniel
1 Ensign Robertson, William
1 Sergeant Bocher, Jonathan
2 Sergeant Strange, David
3 Sergeant Hardin, John
1 Corporal Lee, Ambrose
2 Corporal Acord, Lewis
3 Corporal Cope, Thebert
1 Drummer Ferry, Philip
1 Private Doran, Groves
2 Private Stayley, Timothy
3 Private Busby, Miles
4 Private Beartrap, Miles
5 Private Roxberry, Edward
6 Private Johnston, Thomas
7 Private Smyth, Charles
8 Private Evans, David
9 Private Arnold, Thomas
10 Private Shuption, Christian
11 Private Zippero, Samuel
12 Private Cloner, Benjamin
13 Private Lackner, Frederick
14 Private Ott, Gotlis
15 Private Gittins, Richard
16 Private Bryan, William
17 Private Williams, Benjamin
18 Private Dupree, Peter
19 Private Stewart, James
20 Private Miller, John
21 Private Giger, Jacob
22 Private Hall, Jesse


















276 : Appendix


23 Private Hill, John
24 Private Rickey, Benjamin
25 Private Redman, William
26 Private Williams, Nathan
27 Private McGuire, James
28 Private Bailey, Christopher
29 Private Throughgood, Lovet
30 Private Murphey, John
31 Private Cannon, Philip
32 Private Williams, John
33 Private Bolten, William
34 Private Carr, Francis
35 Private Smyth, Joseph
36 Private Allen, John
37 Private Baker, Benjamin
Mustered at Savannah, Apr. 24, 1782: 1 captain, I lieutenant, 1 ensign, 3 sergeants,
3 corporals, 1 drummer, 37 effective private men.
Attest: John Jenkins, Deputy Muster Master, Provincial Forces
John Bond Randall, Captain
Jacob Daniel O'Banan, Lieutenant
William Robertson, Ensign, King's Rangers
Source: PAC, RG8I "C" Series, Vol 1898.

Muster, Captain Samuel Rowarth 's Company, King's Rangers, Savannah,
Nov. 29, 1779
Nr Rank Name/Remarks

1 Captain Rowarth, Samuel ,
1 Lieutenant Cameron, Donald, sick in quarters
1 Sergeant Armistead, Joseph
2 Sergeant Smith, Samuel
3 Sergeant Poille, Henry
1 Corporal Deal, Jacob
1 Drummer Duley, Lawrence
2 Drummer Fields, William
1 Private Baner, John
2 Private Turney, John
3 Private Chandler, John
4 Private Spangs, George
5 Private Ryneck, Andrew
6 Private Smith, Jonathan
7 Private Savage, Henry
8 Private Minear, Robert
9 Private Gareau, Anthony


















Muster Rolls, King's Rangers : 277


10 Private Turner, George
11 Private Myling, William
12 Private Gresius, Michael
13 Private George, Francis
14 Private Ward, Henry
15 Private Sheareau, John
16 Private Morrey, William
17 Private Cameron, James, sick
18 Private Green, John, sick in Regimental hospital
19 Private Lee, Edward, sick in General hospital
20 Private Busby, Ben, sick in General hospital
21 Private Tibee, Enoch, sick in General hospital
22 Private Green, Joshua, died Oct. 19, 1779
23 Private Price, Benjamin, died Sept. 21, 1779
24 Private Miller, Joseph, died Aug. 19, 1779
25 Private Bulgen, Joseph, died July 30, 1779
26 Private Pugh, Lewis, prisoner with rebels
27 Private McGee, Thomas, deserted Sept. 1, 1779
28 Private Mitchell, James, deserted Aug. 22, 1779
29 Private Simmons, Moses, deserted Aug. 22, 1779
30 Private McGee, Thomas, deserted Aug. 7, 1779
31 Private Stackey, Thomas, deserted July 4, 1779
32 Private Malay, William, deserted July 2, 1779
33 Drummer Downey, John, died Oct. 7, 1779
Attest: Rigdon Brice, Deputy Muster Master, Provincial Forces
Samuel Rowarth, Captain King's Rangers
Source: PAC RG81 "C" Series, Vol 1898.


Muster, Captain Samuel Rowarth's Company, King's Rangers, Augusta,
Apr. 24, 1781, 61 days, Apr. 25-June 24, 1781
Nr Rank Name/Remarks

1 Captain Rowarth, Samuel
1 Lieutenant Jones, William
1 Sergeant Armistead, Joseph
2 Sergeant Tweedle, John
1 Corporal Calverass, George
2 Corporal Turner, George
3 Corporal Minear, John
1 Drummer Watters, John
1 Private Potter, Thomas
2 Private Webster, John
3 Private Fields, William
4 Private Sherrow, John


















278 : Appendix


5 Private Ryneck, Andrew
6 Private Stewart, William, on command
7 Private Ferney, John
8 Private Dusteberry, Henry
9 Private Rockett, John
10 Private Canty, Michael
11 Private Scott, William, on command
12 Private McGau, Owen
13 Private Dooley, Lawrence
14 Private Cough, Henry
15 Private Maling, William
16 Private Manuel, John
17 Private Garrow, Anthony
18 Private Spangs, George
19 Private Boydd, John
20 Private Bryant, Robert
21 Private Gough, Nathaniel
22 Private Sharpton, Joseph
23 Private Combs, Stephen
24 Private Smith, Jonathan
25 Private Pugh, Lewis
26 Private Gibson, William
27 Private Bell, William
28 Private Cameron, James
29 Private Chandler, John
30 Private Mattocks, Mordecai
31 Private George, Frank
32 Private Gracias, Michael
33 Private Smyth, Frank, deserted Mar. 15, 1;81
34 Private Hadcocks, Thomas *
35 Private Morris, William
36 Private Brazeel, William
37 Private Morris, William, Jun.
38 Private Marshall, Isaac, enlisted Feb. 6, 1781
39 Private Curtis, James, enlisted Feb. 6, 1781
40 Private Peterson, William, enlisted Feb. 6, 1781
41 Private Peterson, Thomas, enlisted Feb. 6, 1781
42 Private Wiltshire, Benjamin, returned from desertion, Apr. 24,
1781
Mustered at Augusta, Apr. 24, 1781: 1 captain, I lieutenant, 2 sergeants, 3
corporals, 1 drummer, 39 effective private men.
Attest: John Jenkins, Deputy Muster Master, Provincial Forces
Samuel Rowarth, Captain
William Jones, Lieutenant King's Rangers
Source: PAC, RG8I "C" Series, Vol 1898.


















Muster Rolls, King's Rangers : 279


Muster, Captain Samuel Rowarth 's Company, King's Rangers, Savannah,
Oct. 24, 1781, 61 days, Oct. 25-Dec. 24, 1781
Nr Rank Name/Remarks
1 Captain Rowarth, Samuel
1 Lieutenant Jones, William
1 Sergeant Armistead, Joseph
2 Sergeant Calverass, George
3 Sergeant Smith, Jonathan
1 Corporal Turner, George
2 Corporal Morriss, William
3 Corporal Menere, John
1 Drummer Waters, John
1 Private Fields, William
2 Private Sherrow, John
3 Private Stewart, William, recruiting in Charlestown
4 Private Ferney, John
5 Private Dusteberry, Henry
6 Private Dooly, Lawrence
7 Private Maling, William
8 Private Spangs, George
9 Private Pew, Lewis
10 Private Gibson, William
11 Private Cameron, James
12 Private George, Frank
13 Private Greaves, Michael
14 Private Brazil, William
15 Private Garraw, Antoyne
16 Private Webster, Thomas*
17 Private McCarty, Michael*
18 Private Chandler, John, prisoner with rebels
19 Private Rocket, John, prisoner with rebels
20 Private McGan, Owen
21 Private Bell, William
22 Private Potter, Thomas
23 Private Boyd, John
24 Private Boyd, Robert
25 Private Pitcinton, William
26 Private Marshall, Isaac
27 Private Curtis, James
28 Private Gough, Henry
29 Private Gough, Nathaniel
30 Private Manuel, John
31 Private Combs, Stephen
32 Private Wiltshire, Benjamin
33 Private Sharpton, Joseph


















280 : Appendix


34 Private Mattocks, Mordaica
35 Private Haddrik, Thomas
Mustered at Savannah, Oct. 24, 1781: 1 captain, 1 lieutenant, 3 sergeants,
2 corporals, 1 drummer, 11 effective private men.
*Returned from being prisoner with rebels, back pay 122 days from June 25-
Oct. 24, 1781.
Attest: John Jenkins, Deputy Muster Master, Provincial Forces
Samuel Rowarth, Captain
William Jones, Lieutenant King's Rangers
Source: PAC, RG81 "C" Series, Vol 1898.

Muster, Captain Samuel Rowarth's Company, King's Rangers, Savannah,
Apr. 24, 1782, 61 days, Apr. 25-June 24, 1782
Nr Rank Name/Remarks
1 Captain Rowarth, Samuel
1 Lieutenant Anderson, John
I Qtr-Mstr Campbell, John
1 Sergeant Grant, Gilbert
2 Sergeant Smith, Michael
3 Sergeant Bryan, Hawkins
1 Corporal Huggins, David
2 Corporal McBride, Edward
3 Corporal Colter, Uriah
1 Trumpeter Nole, Christian
1 Private Outlaw, George
2 Private Hall, Thomas
3 Private Cumming, John ',
4 Private Adair, Bernard
5 Private Leroy, Philip
6 Private Fannon, Joseph
7 Private Hunter, John
8 Private Wedgewood, John
9 Private Thark, Robert
10 Private Connor, Peter
11 Private Harris, Benjamin
12 Private Johnston, Caleb
13 Private Pearce, Parker
14 Private Cochran, John
15 Private Pigg, Henry
16 Private Tate, Jeremiah
17 Private Tate, William
18 Private Hammet, John
19 Private Goff, John
20 Private Clark, Thomas


















Muster Rolls, King's Rangers : 281


21 Private Gunn, Jesse
22 Private Cheevers, Ezekiel
23 Private Browning, John
24 Private Current, William
25 Private Berry, William
26 Private Howell, Thomas
27 Private Garroway, James
28 Private Rowarth, Joseph
29 Private Clarke, William
30 Private Vines, Harbert
31 Private Nusaw, Raphell
32 Private Mullen, Robert
33 Private Green, Richard
34 Private Sherrow, John
35 Private Barker, Moses
36 Private Carey, Laughlin
37 Private Scott, William
Mustered at Savannah, Apr. 24, 1782: 1 captain, 1 lieutenant, 1 quarter master, 3
sergeants, 3 corporals, 1 trumpeter, 37 effective private men.
Attest: John Jenkins, Deputy Muster Master, Provincial Forces
Source: PAC, RG8I "C" Series, Vol 1898.

Muster, Captain Joseph Smith's Company, King's Rangers, Savannah,
Nov. 29, 1779
Nr Rank Name/Remarks
1 Captain Smith, Joseph
1 Sergeant Cornett, Joseph
2 Sergeant Lloyd, William
3 Sergeant Haytell, Henry
1 Corporal Owens, John
2 Corporal Martin, Archibald
1 Drummer Black, Peter
1 Private Whitman, Richard
2 Private Tate, Jeremiah
3 Private Mondale, James
4 Private Ballroop, Augustine
5 Private King, Herbert
6 Private Gibbs, Stephen
7 Private Smith, Benjamin
8 Private Tate, William
9 Private Stapleton, George
10 Private Berry, William
11 Private Wood, James
12 Private Jones, William
13 Private Higgenbottom, Lachlan

















282 : Appendix

14 Private McCarey, Lachlan
15 Private Kelly, Thomas
16 Private Duncan, James
17 Private Lane, James, sick, Regimental hospital
18 Private Garret, Matthew, sick, Regimental hospital
19 Private Price, John, sick, Regimental hospital
20 Private Harris, William, Regimental hospital
21 Private Price, Elijah, sick, Regimental hospital
22 Private Wood, James, sick, Regimental hospital
23 Private Laster, William, died Oct. 25, 1779
24 Private Hart, Edward, died Oct. 25, 1779
25 Private Strothers, Keith, died Sept. 2, 1779
26 Private Weakfield, Henry, died Sept. 4, 1779
27 Private Bennett, William, died Sept. 9, 1779
28 Private Edwards, John, died Sept. 15, 1779
29 Private McLane, John, died Sept. 27, 1779
30 Private Martin, William, died Sept. 2, 1779
31 Private Benton, James, died Sept. 3, 1779
32 Private Kirkendel, Simeon, died Sept. 5, 1779
33 Private Blair, James, died Sept. 8, 1779
34 Private Whitual, Simon, died Sept. 8, 1779
35 Private Hynes, Richard, died Sept. 5, 1779
36 Private Mitchell, John, died Sept. 5, 1779
37 Private Hardis, Isaac, deserted Nov. 16, 1779
38 Private Neale, Matthew, deserted Oct. 25, 1779
39 Private Watson, Peter, deserted Oct. 25, 1779
40 Private Windferd, Joseph, deserted Oct. 25, 1779
41 Private Kennady, James, deserted Nov. 16, 1779
42 Private Brown, George, deserted -Nov. 14, 1779
43 Private Thomas, John, deserted Nov. 14,41779
44 Private Perdew, William, deserted July 22, 1779
45 Private Mealing, Josiah, deserted July 22, 1779
46 Private Neal, Thomas, deserted July 22, 1779
47 Private Tellison, Benjamin, deserted July 30, 1779
48 Private Trent, William, deserted Aug. 7, 1779'
49 Private Townsend, Henry, deserted Aug. 7, 1779
50 Private Trout, John, deserted Aug. 7, 1779
51 Private McLane, Richard, deserted Aug. 15, 1779
52 Private Collard, Thomas, deserted Aug. 20, 1779
53 Private Childers, William, deserted Aug. 8, 1779
54 Private Lynn, John, deserted Aug. 8, 1779
Mustered at Savannah, Nov. 29, 1779.
Note: Privates 1-43 received pay to Oct. 24, 1779.
Attest: Rigdon Brice, Deputy Muster Master, Provincial Service
Joseph Smith, Captain, King's Rangers
Source: PAC, RG8I "C" Series, Vol 1898.


















Muster Rolls, King's Rangers : 283


Muster, Captain Joseph Smith's Company, King's Rangers, Augusta, Feb. 23,
1781, 60 days, Feb. 24-Apr. 24, 1781

Nr Rank Name/Remarks

1 Captain Smith, Joseph
1 Ensign Pearis, Richard, promoted Feb. 8, 1781
1 Sergeant Comet, Joseph
2 Sergeant Baker, William
3 Sergeant Paxton, William
1 Corporal Gibs, Stephen
2 Corporal Thornton, Joseph
3 Corporal Whitmore, Richard
1 Drummer Black, Peter
1 Private Vines, Herbert
2 Private Tate, William
3 Private Tate, Jeremiah
4 Private McCary, Lachlan
5 Private Owings, John
6 Private Wedgewood, John
7 Private Whaley, Charles
8 Private Stapleton, George
9 Private Wright, Nathan
10 Private Brooks, Robert
11 Private Berry, William
12 Private Kelly, Thomas
13 Private France, Abram
14 Private Jones, John
15 Private Jones, Britain
16 Private Hover, John
17 Private Lane, James
18 Private Ware, Thomas
19 Private Cryder, Christain
20 Private Greer, William
21 Private Febigur, John
22 Private Hutt, John
23 Private Barrs, William
24 Private Syfrett, Philip
25 Private Price, John
26 Private Yellow, Gilbert
27 Private Knight, Jacob
28 Private Fielder, Peter
29 Private Wetsail, Martin
30 Private Wilkens, William
31 Private Marr, Martin
32 Private Duncan, James
33 Private Jones, William


















284 : Appendix


34 Private Barry, Richard
35 Private Parker, John
36 Private Turner, John, enlisted Feb. 20, 1781
37 Private Morris, Patrick, enlisted Feb. 20, 1781
38 Private Hillburn, John, enlisted Feb. 20, 1781
39 Private Moore, Joseph, enlisted Feb. 20, 1781
40 Private White, James, enlisted Feb. 23, 1781
41 Private Davis, William, enlisted Feb. 23, 1781
42 Private Ackley, John, enlisted Feb. 3, 1781
43 Private Owenby, Arthur, enlisted Feb. 10, 1781
44 Private Owenby, Thomas, enlisted Feb. 10, 1781
45 Private Dampier, Daniel, enlisted Feb. 10, 1781
46 Private Perkins, William, enlisted Feb. 18, 1781
47 Private Thompson, William, prisoner with rebels
48 Private Stroud, Julius, prisoner with rebels
49 Private Linnen, William, prisoner with rebels
50 Private Smith, Benjamin, prisoner with rebels
51 Private Nigh, Wolf, prisoner with rebels
52 Private Vessels, James, prisoner with rebels
53 Private Collins, Peter, prisoner with rebels
54 Private Rhodes, Christian, deserted Feb. 5, 1781
55 Private Red, Jacob, deserted Feb. 5, 1781
56 Private Came, Adam, deserted Feb. 5, 1781
57 Private Evenelle, John deserted Feb. 5, 1781
58 Private Price, Elijah, died Dec. 20, 1780
59 Private Martin, Archey, killed Dec. 20, 1780
60 Private Jackson, Jordan, killed Dec. 20, 1780
Mustered at Augusta, Feb. 23, 1781: 1 captain, 1 ensign, 3 sergeants, 3 corporals,
1 drummer, 46 effective private men.
Attest: John Jenkins, Deputy Muster Master, Provincial Forces
Joseph Smith, Captain, King's Rangers
Source: PAC, RG8I "C" Series, Vol 1898.

Muster, Captain Joseph Smith's Company, King's Rangers, Augusta,
Apr. 24, 1781, 61 days, Apr. 25-June 24, 1781

Nr Rank Name/Remarks

1 Captain Smith, Joseph
1 Lieutenant Hybert, John, recruiting in Charlestown
1 Ensign Pearis, Richard
1 Sergeant Connell, Joseph
2 Sergeant Baker, William
3 Sergeant Paxton, William
1 Corporal Gibbs, Stephen
2 Corporal Thornton, Joseph

















Muster Rolls, King's Rangers : 285


3 Corporal Whitman, Richard
1 Drummer Black, Peter
1 Private Vines, Harbert
2 Private Tate, William
3 Private Tate, Jeremiah
4 Private McCary, Lachlin
5 Private Owens, John
6 Private Wedgewood, John
7 Private Whaley, Charles
8 Private Stapleton, George
9 Private Wright, Nathan
10 Private Brooks, Robert
11 Private Berry, William
12 Private Kelly, Thomas
13 Private France, Abram
14 Private Jones, John
15 Private Jones, Brittain
16 Private Hover, John
17 Private Lane, James
18 Private Ware, Thomas
19 Private Cryder, Christian
20 Private Greer, William
21 Private Febiger, John
22 Private Hull, John
23 Private Barrs, William
24 Private Syfrett, Philip
25 Private Price, John
26 Private Yellow, Gilbert, absent with leave
27 Private Knight, Jacob
28 Private Felder, Peter
29 Private Wetsail, Martin
30 Private Wilkins, William
31 Private Marr, Martin
32 Private Duncan, James
33 Private Jones, William
34 Private Thompson, William, prisoner with rebels
35 Private Stroud, Julius, prisoner with rebels
36 Private Linen, William, prisoner with rebels
37 Private Smith, Benjamin, prisoner with rebels
38 Private Nigh, Wolf, prisoner with rebels
39 Private Vessels, James, prisoner with rebels
40 Private Collins, Peter, prisoner with rebels
41 Private Barry, Richard, recruiting
42 Private Parker, John
43 Private Turner, John
44 Private Morris, Patrick
45 Private Hillburn, John


















286 : Appendix


46 Private Moore, Joseph, on furlough
47 Private White, James
48 Private Davis, William
49 Private Ashley, John
50 Private Ownby, Arthur, on furlough
51 Private Ownby, Thomas, on furlough
52 Private Dampier, Daniel
53 Private Perkins, William
54 Private Price, Elijah, died Dec. 20, 1780
55 Private Martin, Archy, killed Dec. 24, 1780
56 Private Jackson, Jordan, killed Dec. 24, 1780
Mustered at Augusta, Apr. 24, 1781: 1 captain, 1 ensign, 3 sergeants, 3 corporals,
1 drummer, 40 effective private men.
Attest: John Jenkins, Deputy Muster Master, Provincial Forces
Joseph Smith, Captain, King's Rangers
Source: PAC, RG8I "C" Series, Vol 1898.

Muster, Captain Joseph Smith's Company, King's Rangers, Savannah,
Oct. 24, 1781, 61 days, Oct. 25-Dec. 24, 1781
Nr Rank Name/Remarks

1 Captain Smith, Joseph
1 Lieutenant Hybert, John
1 Ensign Pearis, Richard
1 Sergeant Cornett, Joseph
2 Sergeant Baker, William ,
3 Sergeant Paxton, William, prisoner with rebels ',
1 Corporal Whitmore, "Richard
2 Corporal Gibbs, Stephen, prisoner with rebels
3 Corporal Thaxton, Joseph, prisoner with rebels
1 Drummer Black, Peter
1 Private Yellow, Gilbert
2 Private Owins, John
3 Private Stapleton, George
4 Private Kelly, Thomas
5 Private Lane, James
6 Private Ware, Thomas
7 Private Cryder, Christian
8 Private Price, John
9 Private Duncan, James
10 Private Owenby, Arthur
11 Private Owenby, Thomas
12 Private Dampier, Daniel
13 Private Barrs, William


















Muster Rolls, King's Rangers : 287


14 Private Brooks, Robert
15 Private Thompson, William
16 Private Holly, Jonathan
17 Private Cotter, David
18 Private Raiman, William
19 Private Hawkins, Samuel
20 Private Wallace, James
21 Private McCalep, Robert, enlisted Sept. 4, 1781
22 Private Cox, John, enlisted Sept. 7, 1781
23 Private Cox, Joel, enlisted Sept. 7, 1781
24 Private Jones, John, returned from being a prisoner with the
rebels, Oct. 2, 1781, back pay from June 25-Oct. 24, 122
days
25 Private Wright, Nathan*
26 Private Jones, Brittain*
27 Private Hower, John*
28 Private Greer, William*
29 Private Hull, John*
30 Private Knight, Jacob*
31 Private Felder, Peter*
32 Private Wetsel, Martin*
33 Private Wilkins, William*
34 Private Marr, Martin*
35 Private Morris, Patrick*
36 Private Barry, Richard*
37 Private Parker, John*
38 Private Turner, John*
39 Private Hillburn, John*
40 Private Moore, Joseph*
41 Private White, James*
42 Private Davis, William*
43 Private Stroud, Julius*
44 Private Linn, William*
45 Private Smyth, Benjamin*
46 Private Nigh, Wolf*
47 Private Vessels, James*
48 Private Collins, Peter*
49 Private Febiger, John*
Mustered at Savannah, Oct. 24, 1781: 1 captain, I lieutenant, 1 ensign, 2 sergeants,
1 corporal, 1 drummer, 24 private men.
*Prisoner with rebels.
Attest: John Jenkins, Deputy Muster Master, Provincial Forces
Joseph Smith, Captain
John Hybart, Lieutenant King's Rangers
Source: PAC, RG81 "C" Series, Vol 1898.


















288 : Appendix


Muster, Captain Joseph Smyth 's [sic] Company, King's Rangers, Savannah,
Apr. 24, 1782, 61 days, Apr. 25-June 24, 1782

Nr Rank Name/Remarks

1 Captain Smyth, Joseph [sic]
1 Lieutenant Hybert, John
1 Sergeant Clements, James
2 Sergeant Damphire, Daniel
1 Corporal Whitmore, Richard
2 Corporal Owens, John
3 Corporal Kelly, Thomas
1 Drummer Black, Peter
1 Private Holley, Jonathan
2 Private Yellow, Gilbert
3 Private Stapleton, George
4 Private Lane, James
5 Private Cryder, Christian
6 Private Price, John
7 Private Duncan, James
8 Private Owenby, Arthur
9 Private Owenby, Thomas
10 Private Thompson, William
11 Private Reynolds, William
12 Private Hawkins, Samuel
13 Private Cox, John
14 Private Barnes, William
15 Private Cox, Joel
16 Private Jones, John ,,
Mustered at Savannah, Apr. 24, 1782: 1 captain, 1 lieutenant, 2 sergeants,
3 corporals, 1 drummer, 16 effective men.
Attest: John Jenkins, Deputy Muster Master, Provincial Forces
Source: PAC, RG8I "C" Series, Vol 1898.

Muster, Captain Alexander Campbell Wylly's Company, King's Rangers,
Savannah, Nov. 29, 1779

Nr Rank Name/Remarks

1 Captain Wylly, Alexander Campbell
1 Sergeant Slade, Josiah
2 Sergeant Rowell, David
1 Corporal Clayburn, Ephraim
2 Corporal Churchill, Charles
1 Drummer Ball, William
1 Private Hazelwood, Thomas

















Muster Rolls, King's Rangers : 289


2 Private Harris, Benjamin
3 Private Daley, George
4 Private Bullen, Young
5 Private Cutlaw, George
6 Private Huggans, David
7 Private Hogg, John
8 Private Buckly, George
9 Private Connor, Peter
10 Private Lewis, John
11 Private Mills, James
12 Private Moore, Burges
13 Private Saxten, Matthew
14 Private Bladen, William
15 Private Ebey, Andrew F. L.
16 Private Blalock, William
17 Private Saunders, George
18 Private Ball, William
19 Private Jackson, Joseph
20 Private Berry, John
21 Private Haggan, James, sick in Regimental hospital
22 Private Stupe, Abraham, sick in Regimental hospital
23 Private Stokes, Bentley, sick in Regimental hospital
24 Private Stewart, Bryan, sick in General hospital
25 Private Johnston, Edward, sick in General hospital
26 Private Brunsten, Alexander, in town
27 Private Brunsten, William, in town
28 Private Wall, Michael, prisoner with rebels, July 15
29 Private Ellis, James, prisoner with rebels, July 15
30 Private Browning, John, prisoner with rebels, July 15
31 Private Wagstaff, William, prisoner with rebels, July 15
32 Private Liber, Joseph, prisoner with rebels, July 15
33 Private Connely, John, died Sept. 3, 1779
34 Private Werridge, John, died Nov. 16, 1779
35 Private Price, John, died Sept. 1, 1779
36 Private Davies, Christy, deserted July 5, 1779
Attest: Rigdon Brice, Deputy Muster Master, Provincial Services
Alexander C. Wylly, Captain, King's Rangers
Source: PAC, RG8I "C" Series, Vol 1898.

Muster, Captain Alexander Campbel( Wylly's Company, King's Rangers,
Augusta, Apr. 24, 1781, 61 days, Apr. 25-June 24,1781
Nr Rank Name/Remarks

1 Captain Wylly, Alexander C., on command
1 Lieutenant Smith, James
1 Ensign O'Wateran, John, recruiting

















290 : Appendix


1 Sergeant Ball, William
2 Sergeant Grant, Gilbert
3 Sergeant Smith, Michael, on command
1 Corporal Cleburn, Ephraim
2 Corporal Low, William
3 Corporal Bladen, William
1 Drummer Galewho, Charles
1 Private Conner, Peter
2 Private Hazelwood, Thomas
3 Private Harris, Benjamin, on command
4 Private Huggins, David, on command
5 Private Dailey, George
6 Private Outlaw, George
7 Private Hogg, John
8 Private Buckley, George, on command
9 Private Hagin, James
10 Private Lewis, John
11 Private Mills, James
12 Private Moore, Burges
13 Private Saxton, Matthew
14 Private Saunders, George, on command
15 Private Bailey, William
16 Private Browning, John
17 Private Libra, Andrew F.
18 Private Johnston, Edward
19 Private Thompson, John
20 Private Harrington, John
21 Private Berry, John
22 Private Jackson, Joseph
23 Private Tanner, Joseph
24 Private Small, Thomas
25 Private Ryggins, Buckingham
26 Private Mosely, Robert
27 Private Flanegan, John
28 Private Mullen, William
29 Private Travis, William
30 Private Roeberry, John
31 Private Fitner, Everheart
32 Private Webster, Benjamin
33 Private Caturn, John
34 Private Browne, Thomas
35 Private Franks, Joseph
36 Private Walker, William
Prisoners with rebels:
37 Private Lebar, Joseph
38 Private Davis, Chesley

















Muster Rolls, King's Rangers : 291


39 Private Wagstaff, William
40 Private Meadows, John
41 Private Ellis, James
Mustered at Augusta, Apr. 24, 1781: 1 lieutenant, 2 sergeants, 3 corporals,
1 drummer, 32 effective private men.
Source: PAC, RG81 "C" Series, Vol 1898.

Muster, Captain Alexander C. Wylly's Company, King's Rangers, Savannah,
Oct. 24, 1781, 61 days, Oct. 25-Dec. 24, 1781

Nr Rank Name/Remarks

1 Captain Wylly, Alexander C.
1 Lieutenant Brown, James C.
1 Cornet Anderson, John
1 Sergeant Grant, Gilbert
2 Sergeant Smyth, Michael
3 Sergeant Bryant, Hawkins
1 Corporal Lowe, William
2 Corporal Huggins, David
3 Corporal McBride, Edward
1 Trumpeter Red, Christian
1 Private Conner, Peter
2 Private Harris, Benjamin
3 Private Outlaw, George
4 Private Buckley, George
5 Private Mills, James
6 Private Bailey, William
7 Private Browning, John
8 Private Muller, William
9 Private Bladen, William
10 Private Tanner, Joseph
11 Private Smyth, George
12 Private Jones, William
13 Private Curren, William
14 Private Fielding, Thomas
15 Private Gibson, Gideon
16 Private Childs, James
17 Private Colter, William
18 Private Rainy, Michael
19 Private Hall, John
20 Private McPherson, Alexander
21 Private Clark, John
22 Private Clark, Thomas
23 Private Clark, William
24 Private Barrier, John


















292 : Appendix


25 Private Hunter, John
26 Private Roche, William, died Oct. 20,1781
27 Private Adier, Barnard
28 Private Christian, Peter
29 Private Pearce, Parker
30 Private Barker, Miles
31 Private Pigg, Henry
32 Private Cochran, John
33 Private Scott, William
34 Private Vines, Herbert
35 Private Berry, William
36 Private Wedgewood, John
37 Private McCarey, Laughlin
38 Private Tate, Jeremiah
39 Private Tate, William
40 Private Gunn, Jesse
41 Private Johnston, Caleb
42 Private Cumming, John
43 Private Hammet, Jacob
44 Private Lowry, Philip
45 Private Nuesa, Raphail
46 Private Harvel, Thomas, enlisted Sept. 1, 1781
47 Private Sealey, Gideon, enlisted Sept. 5, 1781
48 Private Green, Richard, enlisted Sept. 10, 1781
49 Private Andrews, John, enlisted Sept. 10, 1781
50 Private Francisco, John, enlisted Sept. 10, 1781
51 Private Whaley, Charles, deserted Oct. 1, 1780
Mustered at Savannah, Oct. 24, 1781: 1 captain, 1 lieutenant, I cornet,
3 sergeants, 3 corporals, 1 trumpeter, 50 effective private me.
Attest: John Jenkins, Deputy Muster Master
Alexander C. Wylly, Captain King's Rangers
Source: PAC, RG8I "C" Series, Vol 1898.

Muster, Captain Alexander C. Wylly's Company, King's Rangers, Savannah,
Apr. 24, 1782, 61 days, Apr. 25-June 24, 1782

Nr Rank Name/Remarks

1 Captain Wylly, Alexander C.
1 Ensign Jones, William
1 Sergeant Armistead, Joseph
2 Sergeant Calveras, George
3 Sergeant Turner, George
1 Corporal Morris, William
2 Corporal Garrow, Anthony
3 Corporal Mailing, William




















Muster Rolls, King's Rangers : 293


1 Drummer Waters, John
1 Private Fields, William
2 Private Webster, Thomas
3 Private Ferney, John
4 Private Disterbury, Henry
5 Private Duley, Lawrence
6 Private McCarty, Michael
7 Private Spangs, George
8 Private Pew, Lewis
9 Private Cameron, James
10 Private Frank, George
11 Private Gresiers, Michael
12 Private Brazill, William
13 Private Smyth, Jonathan
14 Private Horn, John
15 Private Howell, Robert
16 Private O'Bryan, John
17 Private Bailey, William
18 Private Gibson, Gideon
19 Private Mills, James
20 Private McPherson, James
21 Private Stanton, William
22 Private Tilley, Josiah
23 Private Irwin, William
24 Private Walker, William
25 Private Traverse, Aaron
Mustered at Savannah, Apr. 24, 1782: 1 captain, 1 ensign, 3 sergeants,
3 corporals, 1 drummer, 25 effective private men.
Attest: John Jenkins, Deputy Muster Master, Provincial Forces
Alexander C. Wylly, Captain
William Jones, Ensign King's Rangers
Source: PAC, RG8I "C" Series, Vol 1898.












EAST FLORIDA RANGER

MILITIA MUSTER ROLL

1783

The War of the American Revolution was over and
Spain, as an ally of the victor, received control of Flor-
ida. Florida's British Militia, the East Florida, later the
King's (Carolina) Rangers, were to be disbanded.
The list below is of one of the last companies of
British Militia in Florida when Spanish authorities reoc-
cupied Florida in 1784. Some of those listed ultimately
departed for other British colonies; some did not. The
list is from official Spanish records; the names were en-
tered in English.
"Don William Young, native of Pennsylvania, avails
of Spanish protection to retire to the British Dominions.
He has a wife and one son. He was first of the profession
of planter but finally made himself chief of a company
of men destined to preserve public tranquility for the
breaking up of which he has, as yet, had no orders. This
troop is composed of Don William, chief; the two Lieu-
tenants, Samuel Gray and William Lucas, two Sub-Lieu-
tenants, Nathaniel Ashley and William Boquen, four
Sergeants and forty privates. He has eleven slaves and
four horses. His residence is the mouth of the inletJulia
Anton (Julington)."
A list of the men's names belonging to Lt. Col.
Young's Troop, 6 August 1783:

William Young Colonel and Captain Samuel Andrews William Drew
Samuel Gray Lieutenant Jesse Prescott William Bishop
William Lucas Lieutenant Ruf. Hutson William Tate
William Bogan Ensign William Williams Phillip Proctor
William Ashley Sergeant and Ensign Jon. Weaver James Clemmons
Drury Fort Sergeant Jon. Campbell Ezekiel Smith
John Young Sergeant Jares Moore William Mitchell
Hugh Brown Sergeant Martin Sisley Elijah Bishop
Jacob Ebner Jeremiah Tate
Privates Joseph McCormack Francis Sterling
Edward Proctor William Niblet
Hartwell Penticost Richard Jinkins John McVay Thomas Goldsby
John Crawford Nathaniel Hall Andrew Fitch Solomon King
Wilson Williams Robert French Hawkins Bryant Samuel Williams
Robert Bolton Joseph Holman John Scott Phillip Goodbread
Jos. Summerlin Michael Berry





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Source: East Florida Papers, reel 13
Bundle 34, Doc. No. 87

rActing Governor Jose Coppinger of East
Floridal to rCaptain General of Cuba and the
Two Floridasi Jose Cienfuegos, St. Augustine,
Aug. 2, 1816, 8 ff. Includes rosters of
"Compafia Irlandesa Urbana de esta ciudad,"
"Compafija Mahonesa Urbana de esta ciudad,"
"Compafia Fspafola Urbana de esta ciudad."
Each 60 men. 50-man companies approved by
crown on July 12, 1791 as reported from
that captaincy on Feb. 23, 1793. Companies
should have 90 men as it is established for
those of the Disciplined Militia of Habana.




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SPAIN'S YANKEE

MILITIA 1812




By 1812, the majority of Florida's residents were An-
glos: former British Loyalists, recent British immi-
grants, or new settlers from the American states to the
north. Spanish laws were strict. To have property or any
other type of resident rights, one had to serve in the mi-
litia. Many of the men listed below were active in various
schemes designed to divest Spain of its Florida territory;
many others faithfully served to protect Spain's right to
Florida. With a bit of historical license and, given
"Americanization" of Florida only nine years later, all
can be considered "Yankee Militia." (The few Spanish
surnames are of Spanish residents living outside of the
city.)
The names are listed as, and in the order, recorded
by the Spanish; the names in parentheses are as the
names were written in English a few years later. (Only
those that could be confirmed are in parentheses; oth-
ers obviously have a different English spelling but later
spelling remains conjectural.) Most of the men resided
north of St. Augustine; most along the St. Johns or St.
Marys rivers or their tributaries or in the rural areas be-
tween them. Some lived in or near St. Augustine.















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Ist Company of Urban

Militia and Dragoons

(Rural)




Officers Issac Bowden Moises Bowden (Moses)
SJuan Jashau Guillermo Gardner
Nathaniel Hall Captain Luis Gardner Guillermo Molpuss
Guillermo Craig Lieutenant Roberto Gilbert Guillermo Fox
Archibald Atkinson Sub-Lieutenant iuel lo u l
Miguel Sloan Juan Sloan
Jamie Hollingsworth Sergeant Roman Sanchez Jorge Flores
Guillermo Hall Sergeant
Guillermo Hall Sergeant Juan O. Jones Juan B. Jones
Jorge Morrison Corporal Juan Loftin Juan Bardin
Issac Hendrick Corporal Guillermo Bardin Guillermo Loftin
Guillermo Henry Corporal Absolern Bardin Silby Taylor
Daniel Pritchard Corporal J H C
Jose Haydin Carlos Hogan
Privates Thomas Jones Enrique Sueny (Sweeney)
Ruebin Sueny (Sweeney) Solomon Miller
Guillermo Hollingsworth Levin Gunby Abner Williams Timothy Hollingsworth
Arbanca Fallut Euphary Summerland Jose Summerland Francisco Veir
(Summerlin) (Summerlin)
Eduardo Forrester Juan Faulk Daniel Barton Guillermo P. Birch
Juan E. Jate (Tate) Eduardo Uanton Luis Joc Francisco Richard
Joseph McCullock Andres McLean Ezra Bushnal Samuel Miles
Zephiniah Kingsley Jose Hogan Farquar Bathune Jorge Cook
Juan Creighton Jorge Petty Guillermo Hogans Juan Beal
Fredrico Hartly Jorge Hartly Daniel Swiny Vernal Taylor
Enrico Hartly Guillermo Hartly Guillermo Williams Samuel Toms













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2nd Company of Urban

Militia and Dragoons

(Rural)




Officers Andres Tucker Gilbert Magroan
Andres Atkinson Captain Guillermo Jilcock Juan Summerlin
Daniel Barton Eduardo Turner
Guillermo Lawrence Lieutenant Daniel Barton EduardoTurner
Ruben Hogans Sub-Lieutenant David Turner Jesse Turner
Issac Carter Sergeant Juan Edwards Guillermo Surret
Daniel Hogans Sergeant Daniel Delany Rchard roctor
PedroMaxey Corporal Guillermo Hart Guillermo Hart (the
Pedro Maxey Corporal
Jacobo Worley Corporal younger)
ao re Cor l Daniel Hart Eseal Hart
Carlos Breward Corporal .
(Broward) Lindsy Tod (Todd) Guillermo Gray
Guillermo Carter Corporal Guillermo Deweese Carlos Armstrong
Jaime Armstrong Jose Fenwick
Privates Antonio Mestre Juan Fraser
Antonio Juaneda Juan Barclay
Juan McIntosh Guillermo Fitzpatrick Garret Ledwith Jose Hull
Juan Hall Cornelio Greffis (Griffis) Spicer Christopher Juan Atkinson
Jon. Jillet Benjamin Armstrong Roberto Burnett Stephen Ubanks
Elizer Carter Hezekiah Tucker (Eubanks)
Willoby Tucker Tandy Dicks Guillermo Herrett Carlos Hogans
Reden Blunt Guillermo Ubanks Thomas Ulin Jaime Smith
(Eubanks) Guillermo Smith Thomas Lamb
Juan O. Houston Juan Houston Pierce Lane Thomas Durrel














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