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Title: Florida National Guard summary unit histories, 1880-1940
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Title: Florida National Guard summary unit histories, 1880-1940
Series Title: Special archives publication
Physical Description: 1 v. (unpaged) : ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Dept. of Military Affairs
Publisher: St. Francis Barracks
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Publication Date: [1991?]
Subject: Militia -- History -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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non-fiction   ( marcgt )
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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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Volume ID: VID00001
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Bay County Public Library (1968) *State Library of Florida (1968)
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lst Separate Battalion Headquarters

Unit existed in 1880 in JACKSONVILLE; on 8 June 1887 a state law was passed creating
3 Battalions of Fla State Troops & this unit was Hq 1st Battalion.
In 1093 the organized'militia in Florida was organized into- 5:Separate Battalions, and this
unit was redesignated Hq 1st Sep Battalion with sta in Jacksonville. Officers were Major
MP Turner, :st Lt EW Vail, Adj; 1st Lt CH Chestnut, QM; & istLt L A W Alexander, Sugeon.
Encampment was held at Camp Dunn, Ocala in' 1893 & Pablo-Beach in 1894; at Camp Henderson,
Tallahasoee in 1895 and at Camp Bloxham, Jax in 1896 & again Camp Henderson in 1897.
IstLt CA Dunham became surgeon in 1896; and EA'Richer 1st Lt. '
SUpon the advent of the Spanish-American War, all Florida Troops were ordered to Tampa,
where the 1st Fla Volunteer Regiment was formed..with 12 companies from existing units and
members of the other companies were mustered into federal service as part of the newly
.- -formed unit. HqlstSepBattalion was disbanded 23 May 1898, as described above.

After the Spanish-Am War this unit was reorganized in Jacksonville as Hq 1stBn 1st Fla Inf

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Unit exi--td in IC80 n JACKSONV

Unit existed in 1880 in JACKSONVILLE;on 8 June 1887 a statel.aw was passed creating.3
Battalions of Fla State Troops & this unit was Co A 1st Battalion.
In 1893 the organized militia in Fla was org into 5-Separate: Battalions, and this unit
Continued with its original designation of Co A 1st Sep Bn. Captain Boyleston was the CO
in 1893, to be succeeded by Capt WA Driscoll on 12 June 1894; Lt BB MacDonell and 2ndLt
-JS labxwell were both'app .inted-22Nov- 1891-4: Encampment- ws held-at- Camp- Dunn; Ocala in '
1893 & Pablo Beach in'1894; at Camp Henderson Camp Bloxham, Jax in
1896 & aalin Camp Henderson in 1897. 5,- p.loxham,. Jx n
John S. Maxwell was promoted to Capt 6 May 1896 and the 2ndLtenency was filled by JR Weldon
on 15 May 1897. R Wldn
SUpon the avent of the Spanish American War, all Florida Troops were ordered to Tampa,
S.he"rethe Ist Fla Voltnt &er Regiment was formed with 12 companies from existing units.
__.. A. was regesignated Co E 1st Fla Volunteer Regiment & was mustered. d into-federal service.
--After jthe San-Am War this unit was reorganized in Jacksonville a& Company A1st Fla Inf Rt:

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CompanyC (Metropolitan Light Inf) 1st Separate Battalion, FST
S(Jacksonville RHiles)

Company C (Hetropolitan Light Inf) existed in 4acksonvlte in the 1880's.
In 1893 the organized militia in Florida was organized into 5 Separate Battalions, and
this unit -as designated Co C 1st Separate Bn. -
Capt L. H. Mattair was appointed CO on 29 Jul 1891; Lt WW Frazier served about that time;
James Y Wilson was aptd Ist Lt & JW Kennedy 2nd Lt in July of 1894.
Encampment was held at Camp Dunn, Ocala in-1893 & at Pablo Beach in 189i. The unit served
on active State duty in aid of civil authorities in Jax during the elections on 2 Oct 1894.
Enc was'held at,Camp Henderson, Tallahassee in 1895, and at Camp Bloxham, Jax in 1896.
In 1896, the units informal designation was changed the the Jacksonville Rifles. The unit
attended encampment again in 1897 at Camp Henderson;
Capt Wm LeFils was appointed Captain on 21 Sept 1895; JY Wlson continued as 1st Lt; and
JH-Stevens was aptd 2nd Lt on 20 Feb 97.
; Upon the advent of the Span-Am War, all Florida Troops were ordered to Tampa, where the
1st Fla Volunteer Regiment was formed with 12 companies from existing units.
Co C was-redesignated Co F Ist Fla Vol Regt & mustered-into federal service, with JY
SWilson serving as Capt; lstLt John Stevens. and 2ndLt Thomas C; Watts. Capt. LeFils served
i n the staff of the 1st Fla Vol Regt. -

SUpon the reorganization of the Fla State Troops after the Span-Am War, this unit was
reorganized and redesignated Co F 1st Fla Inf Regt.

gom=pyB (St. Aug Lit In)1t hi. FST

T..hisunit existed in the early1880's; ST. AUGUSTINE
SInB 1893 the org militia in ,Fla was org into 5 Sep Battalions, and:.this unit was designated
SCo B (St;AugLight Inf) 1st Sep Bn, FST. The earliest officers are unknown; Capt FH
SGreatorex was aptd CO on 18 Jui 9'2; AJ Pellicer,Jr. aptd lstLt on.22 Aug 93; and MT Masters
,: ndLt sometime in 1893.
S-Encampment-was-held at Camp Dunn, Ocala in;1893;: Pablo Beach 1894 Camp Henderson, Talla.
S.in1895; Camp Bloxham in 1896; and again at Camp Henderson, Talla. in 1897.
Eugene masters was aptd Capt 21 Nov-1895; MT Master promoted to 1st Lt 3 March 1896; &
SFatio Dunham aptd 2indLt on the same date. WA MacWilliams was aptd Captain 6 May 1897.
U pon the advent of the Span-Am War, all Florida Troops were ordered to Tampa, where the 1st
S;Florida Volunteer Regiment was fornmd with 12 companies from existing units and members of
the other companies were mustered into federal service as part-of the newly formed units.
Company B was disbanded 23 May 1898, as described above; and the majority of its men
saw service in the Span-Am War. .

This unit wa not reorganized after the Spanish-American War; but many of its members
enlisted in the newly formed Co G Ist Fla Inf, which had been Co'D (St.Aug Rifles) 1st SepBn,'
and had served in-the Span-Am War as Co G, -lst Fla Vol Regt

-cniany ( Soinnnls Bst Separate *Battalinog --

Company F (Wilson's Btry) existed in 1880 in JACKSONVILLE.
In 1893 the organized militia in Florida was organized into 5 Separate Battalions, and this
unit was designated Co F 1st. Sep Bn, FST.
Jacob CGumbinger, who was to have a long & distinguished career in the organized militia,
is the earliest known officer in this unit, mention. being made of him in 1887. He was
appointed IstLt 22-July 1893 & Captain of the Unit 27-March 1894.: JA Walker was apd IstLt
,27 Mar 1894; FM McWilliamsIstLt 4 March 1896; .& CB Duffey IstLt'19 Apr 1897
Encampment was held at CampDunn,Ocala in 1893; Pablo Beach 1894; CampHenderson Tallahassee
-in 1895; Camp Bloxham-Jax in 1896; and again Camp .Henderson in l891.
SUpon the advent of the Spanish-American Wa, 'all Florida. Troops were ordered to Tampa, ... .
iwherei the 1st Fla Volunteer Regiment was formed with 12 companies from existing units and
i-members of the other companies which were disbanded were mustered into federal service as par
Sof the newly formed units.;. Co Fwas:disbanded 23.May' l98, as. described. above.

After the Span-Am.War the unit was reorganized in Jacksonville as.Btry A, Light Arty Bn._.

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Company D (St.Aug Rifles) Ist Sep Battalion,~ FST

t R fls existed in the early 188s. (The name of this unit was car
the Civil War.) In 1887 a state Augustne rifles, a unit which fought bravely'thruout
n the Ciihe de s tate law was passed creating 3 Battalions of Fla State Troops &
this unit was then designated as Co D 1st Sep Bn(StAugRifles)
n1893 re orgaed i C D litia in Fla as org into Separate Battalions, and this unit was
7- -redesignated- Co D -Ist Sep Bn FST.
i apt JW Brannon was aptd on 23 Jan 1891; lstLt T Pom 11 Dec 1891. 2ndlt F.J. Howatt
21J was pmoted o stt 13 De 89 JR Fster atd 2ndt 2 Apr 1 ;
and JW Sackett aptd Captain 6' Aug 5 14 J
Encampment was held- at Camp Dunn, cala in 1893 & Pablo Beach in ; Camp Henderson, Talla
in 1695 Camp Bloxha, Ja in 1896 & agai Cap Henderson in 1897alla
Upon the advent of -theg Spn-Am War, al Florida Troops were ordered to Tampa, where the
1st FlaVolunteer Regt was formed with 12 companies from e' sting un.ts" Co D st Sep Bn
was designated Compay G 1st FlaVol Ret & was mustered into federal serce,

SUpon thereerganization of the Fla State Troops after the Span-Am ar, .this unit was'
reorg & redesig as Co Gist Fla Infpan


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Company A 2nd Separate Battalion, FST (OCALA RFLES)_ -_
AL.q e d^&r') fh/gjiuaq ^sy a ^'^thf fsf
Earlies records show the Ocala Rifles existing in OCALA prior to 1893.
In 1893 the organized militia in Florida was organized into 5 Separate Battalions, and this
unit was redesignated Co A 2nd Separate Battalion. Capt RB McConnel is shown in command in
1893. The unit attended encampment at Camp Dunn, Ocala in 1893; and served on active state
, i dduty in aid of civil authorities at Wildwood 25-27 Dec;
O,--n 13 Feb 1894 RE Davidson was aptd Capt; SR Birdwey 1st Lt; & JW Lancaster 2ndLt. The unit
'served on active State duty ACA for the Coibett-Mitchell fight in Jacksonville on 23 Jan 94;
and attended encampment at Pablo Beach.
Encampment was held at Camp Henderson, Tallahassee in 1895; at Camp Bloxham, Jax in 1896;
& again atCamp Henderson in 1897.
CV Roberts succeeded Lancaster as 2ndLt on 18 Aug 1896.
Upon advent of the Span-Am War, all units of the organized militia were ordered to Tampa
on 12 May 1898, where the 1st Fla Volunteer Regiment, with 12 companies, was formed from
existingunits. Co A 2nd Sep Bn was mustered into federal service as Co A 1st Fla Vol Regt.

.:.i.Upofn the reorganizationof. the Fla troops after the Span-Am War, this unit was reorganized
and redesignited Co A 2nd Fla Inf Regt.

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Headquarters 2nd Separate Battalion, FST

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Unit existed in 1880's in LEESBURO. Earliest record is of IstLt Bradshaw as QM in 1887.
i 8 o June 1887 a state law was passed creating 3 Battalions of Fla State Troops & this unit
was Hq 2nd Battalionj- ..... ..
In 1893 the organized militia in Florida was organized into 5 Separate Battalions, and this.
unit continued as Hq 2nd Sep Battalion. -
Encampment was held, at-Camp Dunn, Ocala in 1893; Pablo Beach in 1894; Camp HendersonTalla.,
in 1B95; Camp Bloxham, Jax in 1896 & again .at Camp Henderson in 1897,
-Erly 1893 records show: Major CP Lovell in command; IW Porter, Sugeon; RC Anderson, QM;
Major Lovell reappointed-17 -Aug 1893; IstLt TN Bradshaw, -ADJ 23 Jul 94; IstLt Albert Wight
QM, I Aug 94; & lstLt RP Izlar, Surg (1); 1stLt Charles. D. Leffler, QM 24 April 94;
stLt' Albert Wright'became'ADJ 13 April .1895.
,:On23 Jan 1894, the unit was-ordered toeActive State Duty in Jacksonville, to keep order
during the Corbett-Mitchell fight.
Upon theadvent of the Spanish-American War, all lorida Troops were ordered to Tampa, where
'the -st Fla Volunteer Regiment was formed with 12 companies. from-existing uhits- and
members of the other companies were mustered.into federal service.. as part of the newly
formed units. Hq 2ndSeparateBn was disbanded 23 May 1898, as described above.

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Company C 2nd Separate Battalion (Shine Guards)

SEarliest records show the existence of a Co C (Orlando Guards) in 1880 in ORLANDO.
J1i Bradshaw is shown as a IstLt & then Capt in 1895.
In 1893 the organized militia in Florida was organized into .5 Separate Battalionsj this
unit was designated.Company C 2nd Separate Bn (HHINE GUARDS) commanded by B. H. Kuhl; the
unit attended encampment at Camp Dunn, Ocala in 1893.
'. Philip' Bewan was aptd Camptain 3 Jan 1894; the unit served on active state duty ACA in
Jacksonville during the Corbett-Mitchell fight on 23 Jan; Wm R Reynolds was aptd IstLt on
17 March 1894 & Albert W. Scruggs 2nd Lt on same date. Encampment was held at Pablo Beach
in 1894;3 and Augustus-C Hart was aptd IstLt 4 Oct 1894.
Encampment was held at Camp Henderson Talla in 1895- at Camp Bloxham, Jax in 1896; and again
at Camp Henderson in 1897.
' J1i Bradshaw was apd Capt 9 April 1895, Hart continued ast istLt; and FX Schuller aptd 2ndLt
S 3 archh 1897. ........ .....
Upon advent of the Span-Amierican War, all units of the organized'militia were ordered to
Tampa on 12 Mar 1898, where the !st Fla Volunteer Regt of 12 Companies was formed from
existing units. 'Co C was redesignated Co C 1st Fla Vol Regt & Mustered into federal service
Upon the reorg of Fla Troops after the Span-Am War, this unit was redesign Co C 2ndFlalnfRegt

-C B 2nd Separate Battalion FST (LEESBURG RIFLES

.Th Lee.burg Rifles existed in the early 1880'1S in LEEBURG.
On June 81887 a state law was passed crating 3 Battalions of FlaState Troops & this unit
was design Co B 2nd Separate Battalion. Earliest records show Charles Lovell as 2ndLt on
-29 July 1887, istLt 24 April 1888, & Captain of the unit 28 Dec 1888.
.TIn 1893 ._th. organize& militia in Florida wax organized into Separate Battalions; and t is
unit continued its designation of Co B 2nd Separae Battalion. Capt Lovet was promoted to
Major & commanded 2nd Battalion Hq* on 1 aAt gBatta-lion. 1Capt Lovell was promoted to
-~MaJor &'comnmanded 2nd Battalion Hq; on 17 August 1893 B Smith-was aptd Capt of the unit.
Encampment was held at Camp Dunn, Ocala in 1893 & at Pablo Beach in 1894.
The unit served on active State Duty in Jacksonville in aid of civil authorities during the
C orbett-Mitchell fight on 23 Jan 1894.rities during the
GeorgeELovel wasaptdapt 23 March189 J s lt Lt & JCHall 2ndLt on 26 July 1894.
Encampment was held at' Camp Henderson, Talla in 1895, at Camp Bloxham, Jax in 1896 & again
Sat Camp Henderson in 1897. JR CunninghAm succeeded as a2ndt 30 Oct 1897.
TamUpon advent f the Span1898American War, all units of the organized militia were ordered to
exisTampa on 12 Mar 1898 where the st Fla Volunteer Regt of 12 Companies was formed from
ed istie u ints. Co feB 2ndSepBn was reorganized and redesignated Co B Ist Fla Vol Regt
and mustered into ,federal service. ..

Upon the reorganization f the F troops after Sansh ar, this unit as redesig
Co B 2ndFlaI Re Spaish War, this unit as redei

Headquarters 3rd Separate Battalion, FST

Unit existed in 1880's in PENSACOLA, on 8 June 1887 a state 1w was passed creating 3 Bns
of Fla State Troops & this unit Ras Hq 3rdBn- Maj WF, Williams and IstLt RW Hargis were aptd
21 July 1887; -
In 1893 ithe organized militia in Florida was -organized into 5 Separate Battalions, and this-
unit continued as Hq 3rd Sep Bn. In addition, to Maj Williams and Lt Hargis,.FA Ross was
aptd IstLt 10 Ju 1893 & SB Hutchinson aptd'1st:Lt & non 3 Aiig. .
EHq 3rd Sep Bn attended encampment at Camp Dunn,Ocala in 1893; Pablo Beach in 1894; Camp'
Henderson Tallahassee in 1895; Camp Bloxham, Jax in 1896; and again Camp Henderson in 1897.
SCB McKinnon was aptd-lst Lt on 13 May 1898.
SUpon the advent of the Spanish-American War, all Florida Troops were o-dered to Tampa, where
I the 1st FlaVolunteer Regiment was formed with 12 companies from existing units, and members
-of--the 'other "units were mustered into federal service as part of the newly formed units.
:Hq 3rd Sep Bn was disbanded.23 May 1898, as described above.-
-After the Span-Am War this unit was reorganized in Pensacola as HJ 3rdBn 1st Fla Inf Regt.

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Company D 2nd Separate BatLalion, FST

SThe. Gate City Rifles existed in the 1880's in SANFORD.
In 1893 the organized militia in Florida was-organized into 5 Separate Battalions; this
m unit was designated Co 2nd Separate Battalion FST (GATE CITY RIFLES); with CD Leffler as
Captain & A.P. Hockstein as 2ndLt.; .the unit served on active state duty in aid of civil
authorities on 4 March & attended encampment at Camp Dunn, Ocala.
SIn 1894Capt Leffler was transferred to Hq2ndSepBn; on 4 Oct 1894 WD Miller was aptd Capt
& 1H :Beatty IstLt. .The unit served on active state duty in Jacsonville in aid of civil
authorities during the Corbett-Mitchell fight, and attended encampment at Pablo Beach.
The unit attended encampment at Camp Henderson, Taila in 1895 & Camp Bloxham, Jax in 1896.
..The unit was disbanded in Sanford on 20 February 1897...
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Co C h Se .. n-FST (Gem City Gds) PALATKA'was redesignated Co.D 2ndSepBn on 1 March 1897,
with Capt WM Davis; IstLt Jesse E Burtz & 2ndLt David W Ramseur. Co D Attended encampment
'at Camp-Henderson Tallahassee in 1897; on llSept 1897 JE Lucas was aptd:eCat; DW Ramseur
-.reap IstLt & CM Hilliard aptd 2ndLt on 30 Sept. 97 i
Upon advent of the Span-American War, all units of the organized'militia were ordered to
Tampa' on,12 March 1898, where the Ist Fla- Vblunt6en rRegt of 12,Companies was formed 'from
.. existing units. Co D was redesignated Co D IstFla l erd o edr

Upon the reeg of la Troops after the Span-Ar War, this unit was redesignated
....Co D 2nd Fla Inf Regt with sta at Palatka. .i

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SCo B 3rd Separate Battalion, FST (CHIFLEY LIGHT INFANTRY)

Co B 3rd Sep Bn FST (jhiglv Light Inf) existed in 1880; but there are no official records
available. On 8 June 1887 a state law was passed creating 3 Battalion of Fla State Troops'&
this unit was Co B 3rd Sep Bn- R.M. Cary was aptd 2ndLt in Dec 1888.
f/In 1893 the organized militia of Florida was organized into 5 Separate Battalions, and this
Sunit continued as Co B 3rd Sep Bn. R.M Cary is listed as IstLt in 1893- and the unit attended
encampment at Camp Dunn, Ocala. George J. Slocumb is listed as Captain in late 1893 and early
189h. .
SOn 15 Feb 1894 RM CaryJr. was aptd Capt & WS Oerting IstLt; M.L. Baer aptd 2ndLt 7 June 914.
The unit attended encampment at Pablo Beach in 189L; Camp Henderson Tallahassee in 1895;
..Camp ,Bloxham, Jax in 1896.& again Camp Henderson in 1897.
SEdmund Fox was aptd 1st Lt on 7 April 1897'& BM Roberson on 18 May 1898.
Upon the advent of the Spanish-American War, all Florida Troops were ordered to Tampa, where
.the-1st Fla Volunteer Regt was formed with 12 companies from existing units.
Co B was redesignated Co I 1st Fla Vol Regt and mustered into federal service .i May 1898.
T -his Lunit was-disbanded at the end of the Span-American War.

-The Escambia Rifles, existed in PENSAC LA prior to 1893 f .; fiial i ..
In 1893 the organized militia in Florida was organized 'into 5 Separate Battalions, and this
unit was designated company A (Escambia Rifles) 3rdSep Bn, FST -

After the Span-Am r, this uit ws reorganized In; 1889 in Pensacola as Co I let Fla Inf t .
Capt RB Bushness, IstLt JK Hyer & 2ndLt ST Gornzalez were appointed on 24 Nov 1893.
The company attended.encampmnent at Camp Dunn, Ocala in 1893; Pablo Beach in 1894; Camp
-Henderson Tallahassee-Tin 1895; Camp Bloxham Jax in 1896; and again at Camp Henderson in 1897.
-RW. Cobb~was aptd IstIt &:Jt Yrer 2ndLt' on.8 Mar 1897.....
Upon the advent of the Spanish-American War, all Florida Troops were ordered to Tampa, where
the Ist-Florida Voiunteer Regt osf-12 companies was formed from existing units..
Co A was' redes~gatedCo qH1st Fla Vol Re- and mustered into federal service.
After the Span.-Am War, this unit was reorganized in 1889 in Pensacola as o i is Re

The Franklin Rifles dxisted in APPALACHICOLA in the 1880's, but nof official records are
Available. On June 1887 a state law was passed creating 3 Battalions of Fla State Trcops &
this unit was designated-Co C 3rd Sep Battalion.
Capt PS Hickey, IstLt AS Mohr and 2ndLt JP Lovett were aptd on 19 Aug 1892.
Tn 1893'th6 organized militia in'Florida was organized into 5 Separate Battalions, and this
unit continued as Co C 3rd-Sep Sn. -
The unit attended encmapment at Camp Dunn, Ocala in 1893 and Pablo Beach in 1894; at at
Camp Henderson Tallahassee in 1895.
A.S. Mohr was aptd Captain; JP Lovett IstLt; &TTJ Moore 2ndLt;on 10 Sept 1895.
i The unit attended encampment at Camp Bloxham, Jax in 1896 and agairn'Camp Henderson in 1897.
Upon the advent of the Spanish-American War, all Florida Troops were ordered to Tampa, where
the 1st Fla Volunteer Regiment of 12 companies was formed from existing units; and members
of the other companies were mustered into federal services part.of the newly formed units.
I Co C 3rd Sep Bn was disbanded 23 May 1898, as described above.
After the Spanish-American War this unit was reorganized.in Appalachicola in 1899 as
Company L 1st Fla Inf Regt.

Company D 3rd Separate Battalion, FST _

In 1893 the organized militia of Florida was organized into 5 Separate Battalions, and
the SUWANNES RIFLES, which had existed prior to this time in KIVE OAK were designated
SCompany D-3rd Sep Bn,FST (Suwannee Rifles). L,K. Kemmerlin is listed as a-Lt of the organ
,ih early y1893, and was promoted to Captain 25 Nov:1893. .LI Tedder was aptd IstLt & JW Price
S2ndLt on 27 Aug 1894. The unitiattended encampment at Camp Dunn Ocala in 1893, and at
PI Fensacola in 1894,-and served on active state duty in- aid of civil authorities 8 Jan 1894.
SCo D frd Sep Bn was disbanded as.such on 18 Feb 1895, transferred to the hth Battalion and
Sredesignated Co A .th Sep Bn FST.
i* *' "* *

en 1 Feb 1895 Compay_ D 3rd Sep Bn FST (Gadsden Guards) was organized in QgICY
JL Davidson was aptd Captain same date; and ST Williamson aptd IstLt on 30 July.
The--unit attended encampment ,at Camp Henderson,- Tallahasse in 1895, Camp Bloxham, Jax in 1896,
and again Camp Henderson in 1897.
1 On 7 July 1897 S.T. Williamson was promoted to Captain; JGSharon aptd IstLt; and Henry
SMcFarlin,Jr aptd 2ndLt .. .
Upon the advent of the Spanish-American War, all Florida Troops. were ordered to Tampa, where
F! the Ist Florida Volunteer Regiment was formed with 12 companies, from existing units.
SCo D-was redesignated Co K 1st Fla VoleRegt, and mustered into federal service.
This unit was disbanded at the end of the Spanish-American War.
ti i ; ; .. '

Headquarters 4th Separate Battalion, FST

C In 1893 the organized militia of Florida was organized into 5 Separate Battalions. Prior
to this, the Florida Troops had been organized into 3 Separate Battalions since 8 June 1887,
i-and it is believed that-a unit existed in Gainesville at this time under an unknown designatn.
SHq 4th Separate Battalion was organized in GAINESVILLE in 1893 under the command of
Major Irving E. Webster-(aptd 30 May 93); IstLt Walter M.-Davis (Aptd 4 Dec 1891); IstLt
CM Bingham (aptd 17 June 92) & IstLt EL Stewart,Surgeon (aptd 17 Jan 92).
The unit attended encampment at Camp Dunn, Ocala in 1893; Palatka 1894; Camp Henderson Talla
:1895; Camp Bloxham Jax 1896 and again Camp Henderson 1897. at.
i1stLt'RW Fowler was aptd ADJ & 1st Lt JW Flewellon aptd QM on 4 Dec 1896; IstLt FW Cole
succeeded Flewellon as QM 5 May 1898.
IUpon the advent of the Spanish-American War, all Florida troops were ordered to Tampa, where
the Ist Florida Volunteer Regiment was formed from 12 companies of existing units- and the
members fi the other units were mustered into federal service as part of the 12 companies.
SHq 4th Separate Battalion was disbanded 23 May 1898, as described above, and Major Webster,
k Lts Fowler, Cole & Stewart absorbed into'the IstFlaVolRegt.
The unit was reorganized after the Span-Am War in-1899 as Headquarters 2nd Florida Inf Regt.

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Company F 3rd Separate Battalion FST (PENSACOLA' LIGHT ARTILLERY)

Co F (PENSACOU LIGHT AR ) existed in PENSACOLA prior to 1890 but existing records first
show it. in 1891 commanded by Captain MP Paimes (17 Aug 1891).
SIn 1893 the organized militia in Florida was-organized into 5 Separate Battalions, and this
unit continued as Co F 3rd Sep Bn with Captain Palmes and IstLt AH D'Alemberte (aptd 5Aug93).
The unit attended encampment at Camp Dunn, Ocala in 1893; Pensacola in 1894; at CampHenderson
Tallahassee in-1895~ Camp Bloxham, Jacksonville in 1896 and again Camp Henderson in 1897.
SCM Jones was aptdlstLt 11 Sept 96; LM Bear aptd Captain 29 April 1897 & WH Ryan lstLt on
28 March 1898.
! -Upon the advent of the Spanish-American War, all Florida Troops were ordered to Tampa, where
the 1st Florida Volunteer Regt was formed from 12 existing companies, the other. units were
disbanded, and their members, mustered into federal service as part of the newly formed units.
Company F 3rd-Sep Bn was disbanded 23 May 1898,:~s described above.
After the Span-Am War the unit was reorganized in 1899 as Batter B, Light Artilery Batta3m

:Company B 4th Separate Battalion, FST (BRADFORD COUITY GUARDS)

Altho it is known that the Bradford County Guards existed in the 1880's, there are no
Official records showing that as such.
In 1893 the militia of Florida was organized into 5-Separate Battalions, and this unit was.
designated Company B 4th Separate Battalion (Bradford County Guards) in STARKE,
The unit was commanded by Captain RC Heiberger, aptd 21 April 90; IstLt OC Husband aptd
A,-30-Mar 94; and 2ndLt Augustus V-Long, aptd 26 November 96.
SCo B attended encampment at Camp Dunn, Ocala in 1893; at Palatka in 1894; CampHenderson,Talla.
,in 189;' Camp Bloxham, Jax in 1896 and again at Camp Henderson in 1897.
In 1897 ES Matthews was' aptd Captain on 22 April, AV Long IstLt-& GC Livingston 2ndLt on
,20 Oct.
With t he advent of the Spanish-American War, all Florida companies were ordered to Tampa
where the .1st Florida Volunteer.Regiment of 12 companies was formed on 23 May 1898 from
I existing companies, and Co B hthSepBn was redesignated Company M 1st Fla Vol Regt and
mustered into federal service.

I!,Upon the .reorganization. of .the Fla State Troops after the Spanish Am War the unit was reorg
and redesignated Company E 2nd Fla Inf Regt in 1899 at Starke.
i~~ ; ........


SCompany A 4th Separate Battalion, FST

: Company A 4th Sep Bn (FERNANDINA GUARDS) was organized in FERNANDINA in 1893 when the
organized militia ofFlorida was organized into $ Separate Battalions. The Fernandina Guards
had probably existed-as a-unit prior to this date, but thei-are no official records to this
SW.Campbell Dell' as the Captain of the unit, & George E Willis 2ndLt.
The unit attended-encampment at Camp Dunn,--Ocala in 1893,i and at Palatka in 1894.
i:; 2ndLt Willis assumed temporary command of the unit in 1 Aug 1894, .-
SThe unit was disbanded in Fernandina 18 Feb 1895.

The SUWAINEERIFLES of LIVE OAK ,which unit had. been Co D 3rd.Sep Bn, were transferred to'
the 4th Battalion and redesignated Company A 4th Separate Bn (Suwannee Rifles) on 18 Feb 95.
This -unit was commanded by Capt LK Kemmerlin-, stLt WL-Tedder, & ;wnd Lt WH Smoke (apd 20Mar25)
.The unit attended encampment i at Camp Bloxham, Jacksonville in 1896;.and CampHenderson, Talla
Si n 1897.'
Capt Geo E..Porter assumed command 22 June 1896 i Tedder continued as IstLt; and LK Kemmerlin
was reappointed a2ridLt. on 27 June 1897.
Upon the advent of the Spanish-American War, all Florida Troops were ordered to Tampa, where
the st Florida--Volunteer -Regiment- vf 12 companies was-formed from existing units, and -
SCo A 4th Sep Bn was redesignated Company. L st Fla Vol" R~ and-mustered- into federal service.

The unit was reorganized after the Spanish Am War as Company E Ist Fla Inf Regt.in 1899

Company C th Separate Battalion, FST,
., .^7' ',. .. ., iu .. ( A /" -
.The Gem City Guards existed in the 1880's in Palatka,-but there are no official records
showing this as such.
Upon the reorganization of the Florida militia into 5 Separate Battalions in 1893, the -
unit in PALATKA known as the Gem City Gds was designated Company C 4th Sep Bn and was
commanded n the early part of 1893 by Capt E M McLaury.
.1.M. DeMontmillan was aptd Captain on 4 Dec 1893; JS Lewis IstLt &TE-Burtz 2ndLt on 18 Jul 94.
T he unit attended encampment at CampDunn, Ocala in 1893;.Palatka 1894; Camp Henderson Talla
S'1895; Camp Bloxham, Jax in 1896, and again at Camp Henderson, in 1897.
On 20 February 1897 this unit was redesignated Company D 2nd Sep Bn, and transferred to the
.2nd Battalion.

'Company C 4thSepBattalion,FST (GOVERNOR'S GUARDS) organized 4 March 1897 in TALLAHASSEE,
iith Capt WC Lewis, IstLt LM Lively and 2ndLt Scarborough, all appointed 5 Mar 97.'
-L.M.Lively was promoted to Captain 25 Dec 1897, and IstLtA.F. Spiller-aptd same date.

Some confusion exists as to the role this uAit played during the Spanish-American War. All
of-the organized companies of the state were ordered to Tallahassee in March d 1898 where
_the 1st Fla Volunteer Regt was. formed from 12.existing companies, the rest.of the units were
disbanded and their members mustered into federal service as members of the newly formed
units. However, according to a petition Signed by. former members;of the Governor's Guards,
i'n which legislation was requested to credit that unit.with active.military. service during
'the war with Spain, at the time of the mobilization of the Florida State Troops in 1898,

Company D 4th Separate Battalion, FST

The HALIFAX RIFLES existed, early in the 1880's in DAYITC~L but no official records exist.
SLt Charles M. Bingham was aptd IstLt on 22'March 1888- and was promoted to Captain on
S-July l89. -
SUpon the passage of a state law in 1893 organizing the militia of Florida into 5 Separate
Battalions, this unit was designated Co D hthSepBattalion (Halifax Rifles).
'-Capt -.S. Herbert and IstLt JD Maley were aptd on 15 May 1893 and 2ndLt WH Carter is-listed
L-,.as having 'been appointed.on 8 June 1892..
The Battalion attended encampment at Camp Dunn, Ocala in 1893, at Palatka in 1894, and at
SCamp Henderson Tallahassee in 1895.
.Charles II. Bingham was aptd lst Lt 26 April-1896; and-on 4 December 1896 Lt Bingham was
promoted to Captain, h"W Carter to lstLt, & JB Parkinson was aptd 2ndLt.
The unit attended encampment at Camp Bloxham, Jacksonville in 1896 and was
Disbanded as such on 4 March 1897- unit transferred to the -thBattalion and redesignated
SCompany D 5th Battalion.
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SOn 4 March 1897 the JASPER BLUES, Company D 5thBattalion were redesignated Co D 4thSepBn
K and transferred to the h4th Battalion. The 'uiit was commanded ry Capt A.B. Small who had
ii:;.been promoted from lstLt on 19 Aug 1897; and 2ndLt G.J. Register, aptd 31 March 1898.
!The unit attended encampment at Camp Henderson Tallahassee in 1897.
i Upon the advent of the Span-Am War, all Fla'Troops were ordered to Tampa where the IstFla
Vol Regt of 12 companies was formed from existing units and members of the other companies
,re musteed into federal service as part af the newly formed units. Co D was disbanded on
S~a3 May i98-as described above. Reorg'after war as Co C 1st FLAIIF- in l899.

Company C hthSepBn (Governor's Guards), was not selected as one of the units to be inducted
into active federal service, nor were the personnel of the unit inducted with other units.
Unofficial information indicates that.the unit was returned to Tallahassee for gurad duty
at the Capitol and for service guarding federal supplies stored at that city. Records do
not indicate the periods of duty performed or their release therefrom or further disposition.
As far as the official records go, it is assumed that the unit was disbanded on 23 May 1898
as were the others.
This unit was reorganized after the Spanish-American War as Company D 1st Fla'Inf Regt.


Suit of Florida militia existed in Tampa p'or to 1893; in that year the organized militia .
in Florida was organized into 5 Separate Ballalions, this unit was designated Hq 5th Sep Bn
i TAMP Major Haughton is listed as CO in-"early 1893. The unit attended encampment at
Camp Dunne, Ocala in 1893.
Major Douglas F. Conoley was aptd CO 23 July 94; lstLt I.D. Craft,Adj (.aptd 30 Aug 92);
IstLt Albert F. ShultzQM (10 Apr 94); & IstLttJB Maloney, Surg,(-5 Aug 92)
The unit..attended encampment at Tampa in.1894,. at Camp Henderson-Talla in 1895; Camp Bloxham,
Jax in 1896 & again at'CampHenderson in 1897.,
Upon the advent"6f the Spanish American War, ial units of FST wers ordered to Tampa, where
the lst FlaVol Regt was formed from 12 existing companies, the -others were disbanded and
' the majority of troops mustered into federal service as members of the newly formed companies.
SHq -th Sep Batali on, uder Maj Cnoley, Lt Craft, Lt TN Henderson (aptd QM 19 May 96) &
t 11aloney was.disbanded 23 May 1898; and members of the unit mustered into federal service
with 1stFlaVol Regt.

Company A 5th Separate Battalion. FST (ISLAND CITY GUARDS) __

This unit existed in,1880 in KEY WEST where it was known as the Key West Volunteer Riflemen..
'On 8 June 1887, a state law was passed creating 3 Separate Battalicns of'FSTroops this unit
was part-of the State militia at that time, altho no official records exist to show same.
SFC Brossier was aptd Captain on B June 1888 in-1890 this company was called Co A (Eland
SCity Guards) -
SIn18938 the organized militia was organized into 5 separate battalions, and this company cont.
i,.,as.Co A (Island City Guards) 5th Separate Battalion, FST.
Felix C. Brossier continued as Captain, MW Curry was appointed lstLt on 25 June 1892, & HL
!-Roberts -aptd 2ndLt 10 June 1890.
iL.,The.unit.attended encampment at.Camp Dunn, Ocala-in 1893; Tampa 1894; Camp Henderson Talla
in 1895; Camp Bloxham, Jacksonville in 1896 & again at Camp Henderson in 1897.
IE Kobert was promoted to 1stLt 15 Jan 1897,~'and Samuel J. Wolf'was aptd 2ndLt on the same dde,
Upon the advent of..the Spanish-American War, all.units were ordered'to Tampa, where the 1st
Fla Voluteer Regt of 12 companies was formed from existing units- the other companies were
'disbanded, and their complement used to brig the IstFlaRegt to full strength. As described
.-above, C6 -A was disbanded on 23 May 1898, and the majority of its officers and men mustered
Into federal service with the 1st Fla Vol Regt.

Co A was reorganized-after the Span-Am War as Co-I-2nd Fla Inf Regt, in 1899.

Company B _th Separate Batt.iiaon., FST (TAMPA RIF.ES)-

The first .official records show Co.B 5th Sep:Bn (TAMPA RIFLES) existing in TAMPA in 1893.
:At that time a law was passed organizing the Florida militia into 5 separate battalions, and
-this unit Vas designated Co IB thSepBn. Capt DF Conoley is listed as CO in early 1893; he
was succeeded by Capt CC Whitaker; IstLt Frank Burke & 2ndLt FW Krause, all appointed 3 Aug94.
SThe unit attended encampment at Camp Dunn, Oc'ala'in 1893, and at Tampa in 189h; at Camp
;Henderson Tallahassee in 1895. .
,,.FW Krause .was aptd Captain 23 Jul 1895; & Amos Norris aptd. stLt 24 Jul 95..
The unit attended encampment at Camp Bloxham in Jacksonville in 1896; Wilson Jewell was aptd
IstLt in 1896; ,
Unit attended encampment at jCamp Henderson.in 1897; ......
SJW Williams was aptd Camptain; MP Moritz lstLt on 25 January 1898; MF McKay had been aptd
S2ndLt on 10 Feb 1897., .
_Upon the advent..of the Spanish.American War all unit..of FST were ordered to Tampa, where the
1st Florida Volunteer Regt was formed from 12 existing companies-.and the members of the
disbanded companies were-mustered into the newly formed units of;the IstFlaVolRegt. As
described, above, -o B was disbanded. on 23 May.1898 .- and its members mustered into federal

1After the Spanish-American IWar Co B was-reor'gani.zed in 1899 as-Co.F .2ndFla Inf-Regt..

Company D'5th Separate Battalion, FST

In 1893 the militia in Florida was organized into 5 Separate Battalions, and the. DESOTO GUARDS
were designated Co D 5th Sep Bn in ARCADIA. IstLt Gates was a member of the unit in early
1893; anrd Co D attended encampment in 1793 at Camp Dunn, Ocala, and at Tampa in 1894.
.Charles WForrester was aptd Capt; RH Richard IstLt & RL Maddox.2ndLt -on 14 Dec 1894.
The unit attended encampment at Camp Henderson, Tallahassee in 1895, and was disbanded in
SArcadia on"30"March 1896, ..*
D'. th!Se Battali* o r
SCo D 5th Sep Battalion (JASEER BLUES') was organized in JASPER on1 April 1896.
:Robert :T. Radford was aptd Captain the same date; and A.B. Snall istLt 11 Dec 1896.
SUnit attended-encampment at Camp-Bloxham Jacksonville in 1896; and on' .-
S:liMarch. 197. the unit was transferred to the ath Battalion and. redesignated Co D hthSepBn. -

SOn 4 March 1897 Co D 4th SepBn was transferred to the 5thBn and redesignated Co D 5thBn
(HALIFAX' RIFIJS) in DAYTONA. Officers were Capt CM Bingham (aptd 4 Dec 96); IstLt WW Carter
(aptd h Dec-96) & E. 1 Weeks(aptd 2ndLt 10 May-1898). The -nit attended-encampment at Camp
;!Bloxham, IJacksonville in 1897 and upon the advent of the Span-American war in 1898 was
Ordered with all Florida companies to Tampa- where the IstFlaVolRegt was formed from 12
existing companies Co-D was disbanded on 23 May 1898-- and its members mustered into federal
service as .part of the newly formed units. ...... ..
Co D was reorganzed as Co K 2nd Fla Inf Regt in 1899 at the close of Span-Am War.

C company C 5th Separate Battalion, FST (INDIAN RIVER GUARDS) __ __

The first official records of:,this unit are in 1893 at which time.a .state law was passed
organizing the Florida Militia into 5 separate battalions, and this unit was designated
-Go C-5th Separate Battalion, FST (INDIAN RIVER GUARDS) in TITUSVILLE. J.D. Cameron is listed
a s Captain in early ,893; in that year the unit attended encampment at Camp Dunn,-Ocala.
n 26 Feb 1894, Arthur T. Feaster was aptd Captain, JT Sanders lstLt, & JC Jones 2ndLt.
SThe unit attended encampment at Tampa in 1894; and -at Camp Hendrson Tallahassee in 1895.
JC Jones was aptd lstLt'27 April 1895; and JC Knox apted 2ndLt. ..
SThe unit attended encampment at Camp Bloxham, Jax in 1896, and,again at Tallahassee in 1897-
: On 26-March-1898 DR Stewart was aptd Capt & JT Knox promoted to lstLt.; RE Mims was aptd
2ndLt on4 'April 1898.
Upon the advent of the Span-American War all Florida troops were ordered to Tampa, where the
-1st Fla Vol Regt was formed with 12 companies from existing units, and members of the other-
Scompanies were mustered into federal service as part.of.the- newly formed units.
SCc C was disbanded, as described above.

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_ield.& Staff. 1st Fla Infantry Volunteer Regiment__

i .The 1st Florida Volunteer Regiment was formed in May of.1898.for.service of the U.S. in the
SSpanish American War.
.. Officers.:. Colonels: WilliamlF-Williams ..:Aptd: 24 M.ay:1898 .Resigned- 2. June 1898. '
Charles P. Lovell Major, promoted toCoonel'21 June 1898.
Lt. Colonl: Irvin E.-Webster ...... ...
SMajors: Robert E. Davidson ..-. : ../ -,. -.- ... ........ .. ..
John.W. Sackett (trans to PortoRico, rejoined Regt 1 Oct a'
j .. Major 3rdBattaiion)
i ...Adjutant:. ..Frank A. Ross ,.
SSurgeon: R. P. Isler Major '& Regimental Surgeon
.*. Asst.Surgs. Charles-A Dunham IstLt ------ .- ---- ..-.. .......
: .._Charles '.BfcKinnon l:atLt: .
QMs: Andrew J. Harris resigned 29 June 1898
SFrank XSchuler aptd stLt 28 June; pr'iin6ted Capt 20 Sept -
Bn-Adjs: ..Albert Wright .stLt -
S. Charles H. Chestnut IstLt -trans to Co F '
i. Henry' W. Fowler IstLt
.Chaplain:- -. W. Eleay Major ...... ...

SThe regiment.was disbanded and mustered out on 3 December 1898

First Florida Volunteer Regiment (1898-1899) (Active Federl Sericej _

SUpon the advSonf the Spanish-American War, all units of the Florida militia were ordered
to Tampa in 1898. .
The -the 12 companies listed: below were formed into the 1st FlaVol Regt and the remaining
Companies of .FST were disbanded and their members mustered into federal service as part of
the newal: formed units.
2stFla Vol Regt
FieldtaW & hand WAS: /- *STATION
SCompany A (Co A 2ndSepBn, ala Rifles) U le u cag
I Company B. (Co B 2ndSepBn, Leesburg Rifles).3.fj.. Leesburg
Company C (Co C 2ndSepBn, Shine Guards). (Co. ,o r'.) Qrlando
SCompany D (Co D 2ndSepBn, GeihCiity:GuiiIds. ,).... Palatka
Company E ..(Co:A lstSepBri, Jax Light Inf) J.- Jacksonville
SCompany F (Co C 1stSepBn, Met Light Inf) ( C r F P Jacksonville
Company G (Co D lstSepBn, St.Aug Rifles) ( St.Augustine
SCompany H: (Co A 3rdSepBn, Escambia Rifles)(CI :l f- -..--~ ..Pensacola'
Company I (CoB 3rdSepBn, Chipley.Lt Inf. )CU),,... t) Chipley
SCoiipany K (Co D 3rdSSpBn, Qadsden Guards)/ .. t L_.) Quincy
k1 Company L (Co A 4thSepBn, Suwannee Rifles), /rs/p. Live Oak.
SCompany M (Co B hthSepBn, Bradford County Gdo )( f. \ Starke

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SCompany A st Florida Volunteer Regiment

.Co A. lstFlaVolRegt (which had been Co A 2ndSepBn from Ql -) .-.mustered into federal service.:
Sat Tampa 20 May 1898 for federal service in Spanish-American War, with Captain RE Davidson,
-lstLt -Samuel -R. Birdsey,Jr & 2ndLt Cevie V. Roberts. On 30 June 1898 Captain Davidson was
promotedto Major.and assigned to the Staffj SR Birdsey promoted to Captain; CV Roberts
Promoted to IstLt; & Charles M. Hilliard aptd 2ndLt.
SCo-A served in Alabama & Georgia & was mustered out 27 -January 1899.
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Company B 1st Florida Volunteer Regiment

Co B istFlaVolRegt (which had been Co B 2ndSepBn,in Laeebkurg).was mustered into the service
Sof the US at Tampa on 20,May 1898, for service during the Spanish-American war, with
Captain George E Lovell, IstLt Joseph C. West & 2ndLt Joseph R. Cunningham.
Co' served in Alabama and Florida and waw mustered out 27 January 1899.

Company C 1st Florida Volunteer Regiment

Co CC stFlaVolRegt (which had been Co C 2ndSepBn from glano) was mustered in 20 May 1898

st Lt Augustus C.--Hart & 2nd-Lt Frank X. Schuller. -Lt Hart-was transferred to Co B 16 Oct -
99 & Joseph C. West was aptd IstLt same date. 2hdLt Sculler was promoted to Regimental QM
2 June 1898, and was succeeded in Co C by 2ndLt Charles E. McDowell.
Co C served in Florida, Georgia, Tennessee &. Alabama, and was mustered out of-federal service
3 December 1898..

Company D lot Florida Volunteer Regiment

Co D IstFlaVolRegt (which had been Co D 2ndSepBn from Patka) was mustered irto federal
'*service'at Tampa 20 May 1898, with Captain William M. Husson, 1st Lt David W. Ramsaur &
.- 2ndLt Carles MN. Hilliard., 2ndLt John W. Lancaster was transferred from Co.A 28 October 98
upon Hilliards transfer to Co A.
The unit served in Florida and Alabama and was mustered out of federal service 27 January 99.

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Company E 1t. F1 ria Volunteer giment_

:.CoE lstFlaVolRegt (which.had been Co A lstSepBn -from J i was mustered into
federal service for Span-American war duty 23 May,1898 with Captain John S. Maxwell, lstLt
--Braxton B. McDonnell & 2ndLt George R. Weldon. The company served in Florida, Georgia,
Alabama & Tennessee and was mustered out B'December 1898.

Company F 1st Florida Volunteer Infantry Regiment__

.Co F IstFlgVolRegt Cwhich was Co C IstSepBn,FST) from- Jacknvlla .was mustered into the
Sserv'ice of the U.S. on 23 May 1898 at Tampa, with Capt James Y. Wilson, IstLt John H.
Stephens & 2ndLt Thomas C, Watts..
The unit served in Florida and Alabama, and was mustered out of service 24 January B?9.

i -

Colmpany G Ist Florida Infantry Regiment

Co G Ist FlalnfRegt (which had been Co D lstSepBn from StAu~tne) was mustered into
federal service of the US on 23 hay 1898 with Captain Frak Ji. howalt, lstLt JCR Foster &
2ndLt Ernest 1. Howatt..
l d o sered in Florida & Alabama and was mustered out of federal service 27 January 1o99.

i"'.ComgPy:H ln st Florida Volunteer Regiment _______

QH;' C :I1stFlaVolRegt (which was Co A 3rdSepBn.from q)n, ggg) was. mustered into federal service
i of tiei US on 23 May,.1898, with Captain Richard M. Bushnell, IstLt Robert W. Cobb and-2ndLt
tlJohnW.- Tyehr.- Upon Captain Bushnell's resignation, R" Cobb was promoted to Captain, JW Hyrer-
to lastLt,.&:Robert.B Hargis was aptd 2ndLt in October 1898. .
The unit served in Florida and Alabama and was mustered out of federal service 3 December 98/

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SCompany I IstFlorida Volunteer Ret i

Company I istFlaVolRegt (which was CoB 3rdSepBn from ), was mustered into federal
Service of the US for Span-American War duty,on 23 May 898, ri Captain 'Richard M. Cary J-
SstLt-Edmund-Fox & 2ndLt Benjamin W.- -Robinson.- Co I- served in Florida and Alabama and
was mustered out 3 December 1898.

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Co K IstFlaVclRegt (wich had been Co D 3rdSepEn from Lrv) was mustered into federal
service at Tampa on 23 May 1898, with Captain Samuel T. Williamson, IstLt James G. Sharon,
& 2ndLt Harry-McFarlin-.- Lt: McFarlin-resigned. 1August-i89: and was succeeded by 2ndLt
IMadison '. 'i!son, who was promoted from sergeant,.
SCo K served in Florida & Alabama and tas lustered out of federal service 3 December 1898.


Co L ltFlaVoReg (which had been CompanA thSepBn from k wasmustere into the
service of the US on 23 May1898 in Tampa, with Captain Willie L. Tedder, lstLt LK Kemmerlin
-t 2ndoLtWe y lstyFloe Lt Ke er-lin reginea 29 August 1898 and was succeeded by 2ndLt Ly-le
promoted to lst.t Sept.-98. Sgt Archer B. Hays was elected 2ndLt 3 Sept 1898.
Co L served in Florida and Alabama and was mustered out of federal service on 3 Dec 1898.

.:Co M IstFlaVolRegt (which.had been Co B LthSepBn FST. fro Star)was mustered into federal '-
service for duty during the Spanish-American War on 24 May-89W at Talpa., with Captain
-Eugene S Matthews,--lstLt-Augustine V Long & 2ndLt George C Livingston;. Co M werved in -
Florida and Alabama,,;and was mustered. out of. federa'.service.3 December 1898 .

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THq .st FLa Inf Regt organized JACSgaTVILLE in August of 1899 at the close of the Spanish-
Amer.can War. Many units of the Regiment carry prior history dating back to the rt ep's.
The regiment was ordered many time to active State duty in aid cf civil authorities, and
attended the following encampments: -903-Camp .Taliferr Jacksonville; 1904-st;.Augustine.
1905-Lake City; 1906-Tampa; 1907-08-Joint ArWmrM41jtia Coast Defense Exerceses, Pensacola;
l, 2190991;$tateCampGrounds ,Jacksonville; 1912-Joint Arhy-Militid Exercises, Anniston, Ala;
S l93- I-St.ate Camp-Grounds. In 190pa o provisional Regiment,i insistingg of rved various conpa.s
!iof the, ls1&!o attended the anassass maneuvers at Mannassas, Virginia. This pr ovisional
regt was under* the command or Brig Gen JW Sackett.
In 190, the desigation .was changed.from Florida State Tro'ops to Florida Nationial Guard.
vpo the 'tent of the Mexican War, many of the units of the 1st Fla Inf Regt were disbanded,
including the Q; the remaining units ofthe st Fla Inf were used as the nucleus of the
1st Separate Battanlio, rFNG,- 'and the disbanded units of the Regiment were used to bring this
_.Battalion to full .strength.1 The First Sep-Bn,-FNG served on both active State & Federal duty
guarding bridges, utilities, etc. in the State* (See lstSepBnjPNG).
sa gt as organized again in May of 1917, at the same time the YirstSepBn was
consolidatcd'jSith' the 1st Fla'.Infc.Rgt; and in answer to the call of the President on 5 Aug
1917,. the entire regiment was mobilized, sent to Camp Wheeler, Ga-,--where it was disbanded-
,,"and the officers and men became part of regular arnxl organizations and 'served thruout

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SOfficers of Hq 1st Fla Inf Regt_
'Colonel:...Charles-P. Lovell 17 Aug 99-16 Ilay 03; JW Sackett 20 May 03-28 Fob 06;
JS Maxwell 28 Feb 06-26 July 07; In LeFils 28 Jul 07-9 lIar 11; Cromwell Gibbons 1 Mar 11-;
JP Hickey 12 Nov 15;
Lt.Col: JU Sackett 17 Aug 99-20 Hay 03; JS Mlaxwell 20 Hay 03; 1mLeFils 26 Apr 07;
Cromwell Gibbons 11 July 10; JP Hickey 9 Aug 11; JP Coombs 11 Oct 16;
'ADJ: FA Ross1899-8 Nov 02; BA McDonnell 6 Nov 02; WA Jones 8 June 03-20 Feb 04;
GL Dancy 29 Apr 04-4 Sept 04; JY Wilson 15 Sep 05; Byron M West 24 Oct 07;
I :2 :-FJ Howatt 20 Aug 99; CL Dancy 8 June 03; LC Moore 1904 ; Geo H Weller 27 Sep 05;
Harvey Payne 1906; Geo W. Seavy 4 May 07;
COMM:.: CS Fleming 19 Jul .0; JW Wilson-1902 -AB Small 8 May 03; CW D'Alemberte 3 Jul 03;
J Massey 29 April-29 Jul 04;, WC Croom 29 Jul 04; Harvey Payne 20 Maych 07; EL Vodemark
17" July 08; RT EcEarchen 22 Oct 10; AE Barrs 11 Aug 11; HL Covington 12 June 12;
AG--Withee 7 Jan .... -.
S(20 May 1917)_
i Colonel S. G.-YHarrison; Lt. Col JP Coombs; Captain SC -Brock, Oaplain

HQ Company 1st Fla Inf Reag

.HQ .CO IstFlaInf .egt organized 20 May 1917 in JACKSONVII with Capt W L Carbine. and
01latr, captH. F. C ey a: .thCaptiW. L. Carbine; and .-
ater Cat H. CSonley Was mobilized and ordered into active federal service for WI on
5 August 1917;-sent to Camp Wheeler Ga, where the est Fla Inv Regt was disbanded and men
became part ofother regular army organizations & served thruout di dd

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Headquarters 1st Bn 1st Florida Infantry Regt

:1st Sep En Hq, FST, in Jacksonville, which had been disbanded 23 May 1898 during the Spanish-
American War, was reorganized in JACKSONVILLE in 1899 as Hq IstEn 1st Fla Inf Regt and served
continuoulEy at that station until its removal to St. Augustine on 20 May 1903.
jIActive State Duty: 3 May-23 June 1901 Jacksonville Fire ACA
Officers: O Major JW Sackett (org -pro to LtCol of Regt 8 May 1899)
i aIaor John S. Maxwell (8 May 1899-20 May 03 pro)
S ADJ Walter Benedict
QM George L. Dancy.
,Maj Maxwell was promoted to LtCol of the Regt on 20 May 1903 and unit transferred to St.Aug.
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IIqlstEnlstFlalnfRcgt .trans from Jacksonville to ST. AUGUSTgNE on 20 May 1903- on same date
Major Frank J. Howatt'aptd'CO.
Encampment: Jacksonville Sept 1903; Camp Taliferro St.Augl1904l Lake City Oct 1905;
Officers: Major Frank'Howatt. (20 May 03- Mar:1906 -pro Brigade)
Adj: Walter I Benedict'(1899-1903); JG Coxetter (6 Jan 05-1906)
S QM' : :;JG-Coxetter (21-June 03); SC Harrison (13 Mar 05-1906)
'I1j How.lttpromoted to Brigade Hq in March of 1906, unit transferred back to Jacksonville.

iHqlstBnlstFlaInfegt,,returned to Jacksonville in March 1906 with Major ,mLeFils in command &
Served continuously in JACKSONVILa E until its reorganization at the time of the Mexican War in
active State Duty: ACA Pensa 1908; ACA Jacksonville transportation strike 30 Oct-15 Nov 1912.
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Transferred to Lake City 28-Jurie 1903.

q-2ndBn: Ist Fla Inf Regt organized in LAKE CIT -28 June 1903, in Command of Major AB S" ,
rd served ::ontinuoulsly until its return .tOnLive Oak inl D.
tive State Duty;. 10-28 April 1908-ACA Pensa. I h
e Jacksonvlle;t Aug; 905-Lake City; 1906-Tampa 1907-Join C
FIG: Designation changed to FNG of Florida in l90 .
officers: major: AB Small 28 June 1903-July 19101 Retired)
ADJ: WLTedder 1899-1904; GM UhetdPne 1 .May .O4; Lyman Helvenston 2I:ar 06;
GT Jarrell 16 March 07;
IME Le e CT1 Jrrell 2 Mar 06; Ozzie Fisher. 16 Mar 07; Lyman Helvenston 2 Oct 07;
ZAE Les. e U Feb u; .. .ton 2 Oct 07;
Hq-2ndBn IstlaInfRegt returned to LIVs OAK upon the aptof Major H Lyle 12 July 1910.
nca.p.men.t: l 10-St9ateCa1pGroundst s Jpax; e1 -nsame; 1912-Joint A-M Exerceses,Anniston,Ala;
1913-l915-StateCampGrounds ,Jax,
Officers: Major: WH Lyle 12,Jul 10--; JP Coombs 11 Dec 15-11 Oct 16.
,ADJ: Archie E Leslie 26 July 1910 --
WUpo our ent nto the Mex ar in 1916 the stFlaInTegt
-usecd to fornmtst Sep Bn, N i h. sere o stFactiv sgt was disb on 29 Nov 16; and its uni
..... Bn.,.'NG., -.lichserved on active state & fed duty until its reorg and t

Encampment: 1906 Camp Sparkan Tampa; 1907 Joint Armn M'litia Coast Def Exa Pensa; .
1908 Joint A-M CD Exs Pensa; 1909-1911-StateCampGrounds,Jax; 1912 Joint A-M EXs
Anniston,Ala; ,1913-1915- State Camp'Grounds, Jax;:
.FIG: Desig changed to FNG of Florida in 1909..
OFFICERS: Major: WLeRils 7; Mar 06-26 June 07; Harvey Payne 26 June 07-20 Jan 0$;
Cromwell Gibbons 21 Jan 08-12 Jul 10; SC'Harrison 13 Jul 10-24 Aug 15;
SH Covington 25 Aug 15--;
S Adj: Byron MG West 7 March 06; Aubrey Sawyer' Sept 07; JH Colson 12 Oct 1910;
MS'Altmeyer 1l Oct 1913--;
QM: LF Beerbover 7 Mar 06; Oscar J. Keep Oct 07; Albert E. Barrs 1909;
RT McEachern 30 April 1910; JP Lee 20 Dec 10; MS Altmeyer 29 April 13;
Frank Rogers 29 Oct 1913; Gayle McFadden .26 April 1915; WE Arnold 6 Mar 16;;
i:: W, Blckmer, Jr 15 Sept 16;
With the advent of the Mexican War in 1916 the Ist Fla Inf Regt was disbanded on 29 Nov 16;
and units of that regt were used to form-the 1lst Separate Battalion, FNG, ihich Served on
active state and federal duty until its reorganization & mobilization for WWI. Hq IstBn lstEla
iwas' reorganized and redesig Hq lstSeparateBattalion, FNG on 29 Nov 1916.
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:mobilization for WI. on Aug 1917. '

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t'Hq 3rdBattalion, let Florida Inf egt.
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Hq3rdSepBn,FST, which was disb in Pensacela in 23 May 1898 was reorg-as Hq3rdBlstFlaInfRegt
in PENSACOLA in 1899 and served at that station until 190t.
"Encanpment: 1903-Jacksonville.
i:Oficers: Major: RII Cary 1899912 Jul 03; .Charles Parkhill 13 Jul 03-Res 5 Apr 04;
.i ADJ: JR Keller-1899-; Frankl Whiting 3 Sept 03;
Q,,: CW D'Alenberte 18990; Stephen D. Lee 7 Sept 03.
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IHq 3rdBn lstFlalnfRegt transferred to APPALACHICOLA 20 March 04 with the aptd of Maj Dominick
Brown.. ; .
Active State Duty: 10-28 April ACA-Pensacola
N campment: 1904-StAug; 1905-LakeCity; 1906-Tampa; 1907 & 08-Joint CoastDefExs Pensa;
1909-1911-StateCampGrounds,Jax 1912-Joint Maneuvers Anniston Ala;.1913-1915-StateCampGrounds.
,FNG: designation of FST'changed to FNG of Florida 1909.
Officers: Major: Dominick Brown 20 Mar O4; JP Hickey 11 Jul-10-Hawley Cawthorne 9 Apr 12;
JP Coombs 27 Jan 15-tr to 2ndBn(ll Dec.1e ) ...
S ADJ: Shields Warren 15 Aug 04; WG Sharit 6 Feb-9 Jul 06; JF Warren 19 Jul 06-30Dec
1907;-"WP-Dodd 15 Feb 08; JF Warren 10'Feb '09; GT-Ramsey 11 Nov 10; WI Stinson
.. 17 Feb 13-23 Mar 14; -AC Blount 9 May lh. 1 ...
I ,QII: John.HI. Cook' 15 Aug 04; BI Solomon 10 Apr 06; RobRoy Rice 11 Nov 10;
;. ,- :...-- .-TH Cawthorne ~--Jan-ll 00G Shivers 16 May 14;-RG Marshall 8 Jul 15;
SHq 3rdBn stFlaInf disb 29_Nov 16 when the.lstFlalnf.was disb.to form IstSepBattalion, FNG
ihich served on active state & federal duty until its reorg & mobil for WWI on 5 Aug 1917.

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SBAND 1st Fla Inf tegt

,BAI IstFlaInfRegt was org.in JACKSONVILLE in 1899-.Leader wasChief.Musician Jas K. Lytle.
According to records, it was disbanded in 1905- and reorganized again that same year with
CChief 'Musician Harry Newsome as Leader. The BAND participated in all regimental activities-
including encampments- and was disbanded 29 November 1916, at the time of the formation of
the IstSepBnFNG, prior to our entrance into the Mex War & WI.

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Hospital Corps Detachment, 1st Fla Inf Regt

Hospital Corps Det, 1st Fla Inf was organized in JACKSONVILLE 22 August 1902- participated
in reginental activities and was disbanded in 1909.

Hospital Corps Det, IstFlaInf was organized in MfLTT 18 Jan 1914, commanded by Lt Marion
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Machine Gun Company 1st Fla Inf Regt
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iMachinc Gun Company 1st FlaInf .Regt was organized-in-JACKSONVILE -20 May 1917 for service
in World War 1. Commanded by Capt W Vinzant, stLt.'WA Gatlin & QndLts JP Hewitt &
BA Heidt, it was mobilized into active federal service, An 5 Ai6gst 1917, and disbanded at
.Camp Wheeler, Ga where the officers & men-were integrated into other fed units & served
Sthruout the war.

'Suipp Compa__' 1st Fla Inf Regt

SSupply Company Ist Fla Inf'Regt was organizzdin ST. AUGUSTINE on 21 May 1917 -for
WI service with'e rgt 5 A Crary & 2ndLt H.F. Religan. The' unit was mobilized into federal
-service with the regt 5 Aug 1917- and disbanded at Camp Wheeler-Ga.. where officers & men
were integrated with other federal units and served thruout the war,

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,.Company A 1st FlaInfRegt

SCo Aist Sep Bn FST (JaxLt Inf) which served.on active federal duty as Co E IstFla VolI-Regt
during the Spanish American War in 1898-99. was reorganized upon its return to JACESONVILIE
as Co A Ist Fla Inf Regt and served continuously in that city from 1899-1916.
"ACTIVE STATE SERVICE; 3 1ay-23 June 1901 -ACA Jax Fire; *26 Aug 1902-Funeral Escort;
13-21 Sept 1904-Celebration in St.Louis of Louisianna Purchase; 10-20 April.1908-ACA Pensa;
130 oct-15Nov 1912-Jak Transportation Strike..
ENCCAIPIMJIT: 1903-Jax; 1904-St.Aug & left there to attend Mannassas Maneuvers,Manassas Va
5-11 Sept 1904; 1905-Lake City; 1906-Tampa; 1907-1908-Joint Army Militia Coast Def Exs,Pens
cola; 1909-1911-State Camp Grounds, Jax; 1912- Joint Army-Militia Exercises,Anniston, Ala;
I: i1913-1915-State -Camp Grounds Jax;
AWARDS: 1913-1914--National Defense Trophy; FNG Assn Trophy; 1915- Taliferro Trophy.
Captan: AC Hartridge 1899-1902; Chs W. Tucker 21 Nov 02-6 Aug 03; JY Wilson 12 May 03;
Harvey R. Payne -9 Aug-05; Cromwell Gibbons 22 Mar 06;- MC Greeley 22 Sept 07; GR-Weldon
i20 May 09; AW Ellis 23 Dec 1911;
:' tLt: BA MacDonnell 1902; HR Payne 12 Jan 03; Edgar J. Hunter 28 Sept 0.5; Auxrey Sawyer
18 Jul- 6;MC Greeley 22-Sept-07;CG Taylor 15 Feb 08; WA Daniel 2 Mar 10;- SB Kitchen
S29 June 12; FB Dudley 7 Jul-7 Nov 14; Va Husson 15 Jan 15;
2ndLt:1 CW Tucker 1899*-; HC Avery 16 Jan 03 MC Greeley 3 Sept 03; AG Sawyer 22 Sept 05;
Salvin- Oak 19 Jul 06;- CD Taylor 15 Feb 07; JF Phillips 11 Mar 08;- WA Daniel Jr 20 May 09
FA Hollingsworth 11 Jul 12;, FB Dudley 13 Nov 13; AJ Bassett 1914; Henry McCarrell 17 Jun 15;
AB Martin 4 Jul 16. '
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SCompany B:lst Fla Inf Regt

FERANDIA Jan 1901-24 Oct O7.. Co B IstFlaRegt ..was organized in Fernandina in Jan of 1901,
,-ICA, P1 11T3: 103-Jax; 1.904o--St.Aug; 1905-Lake City; 1906-Tampa; 1907-CoastDefExs,Pensa "
AWARDS: IstFlaReet Silver Cup Winner for Rifle Team .1902.
CAPTAJIPS: WB Whitney Jan-19 Jul 1901; WA Evans 21 Dec DI-9 Jul 02;.Louis Mueller 19 June 02;
Jhionas C.kBorden 28 Aug 03; Edgar J. Hunter 16 Aug-28 Sept 05; Louis Mueller 15 Sep 05;
Jame s E. Calkins--l906.
ADJ: Louis :ueller 1901-02; EJ Hunter 19 June 02; Henry S. Eell.25 Aug 0o; JE Calkins 21Sep
1i 0 19066vacancy
Sj2ndLt: Louis ueller 1901; 24 Dec 01 -FJ Williams 7 Oct 02; TD Ozmer 25 Aug 05; Hall T.Cars
'21 -Sept 05 ,
Unit disbanded in Fernandina 24 Oct 1907.
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JACKSONVILLE (3 Jul 68-29 Nov 916) Co B Ist Fla Inf Regt organized in JACKSONVILLE 3 Jul 08;:
the designation was changed from FST.to FNG in 1909.
jACTIVE STATE SERVICE: 30 Oct-15 Nov 1912-aax Trans Strike;
SENCAMPMENT:1908-Joint Ary-Militia Coast Def' Exs Pensa; 1909-1911-StateCampGrounds; 1912-
Joint Army-4ilitia Exs, Anniston, Ala; 1913-1915-State Camp Grounds, Jax.
S S Fly Meta 9 Jul 8; WE Sweeney. Apr 10; HL Covington 28 Oct 10; WA Daniel
2 May12; HR Payne 15 May 1"
ISTLTS: W6'E Sweeney 11 Aug 08; AE Barrs 4 Apr 10; Francis W. Lee 22 May 12; CR Terrilll194 13;
R. N-1ilam 16 July 15;
.2NDLTS: AJ Bassett 1 Aug 08; DL Shirmin 20 May 09;' GW Conover 19 Feb 10; FG Gullett 26 AuglO;

Co A vas reorganized and redesignated in 1916 as Co A 1st Sep Bn FNG, and served on
Active state and federal duty in the State during the Mexican War. (See IstSepBn,FNG)

SAfter release from federal service it was reorganized again-as Co A 1st Fla Inf Regt in
Hay of 1917- and served in Jacksonville until, at the call of the President of the U.S.
the Ist Fla Inf Regt was mobilized into the service 6f the U.S. on 5 Aug 1917 for WWI.
The FRgiment was sent to Camp Wheeler, GA where it was disbanded and members integrated into
other USA units.for service during IWI.
Captain AW Ellis, 1st Lt -RA Milan

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2 ndLTe,cont.s CR Terrill 15 June 12; CH Andress 10 cet 13; FC Reid ? Jul 1 ;
C' E 1st FlaInf Regt was disbanded in November 1916 upon the formation of the letSepEnF1TG,
which was formed from units of the IstFlahegt and was.brought to full strength by men from
!the disbanded units. The IstSepBn served on active state & federal service in the State
'during the iexican War 1916-1917;

TALLAHASSEE 29 May 19i7-5 A g 1917 The IstFlalnfRegt was reformed' in-hi1yof 1917- and
Company B was organized in Tallahassee, where it served until the call of the President on
i5 August 1917, when it was mobilized into federal service, sent to Camp Wheeler, GA, and
'disbanded as a unit- its men being sent into other federal units for service in WorldWar I.
OFFICERS: Captain Sidney J. Catts; IstLt WJ Wright, 2ndLt HC Crawford.

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; Co C hthSepBn FST (GovernorsGds) reorganized in TALLAHASSEE in 1899 as Co D IstFlaInfRegt.
!i Co D saw active state service 3-22 May 1901 ACA-Jax Fire, and encamped in JAX in 1903.
CAPTAfIS: Livelyl899; Geo E Lewis 1900; EA Dicky 1901; AD Williams 30 Jul 02-8 Nov 02;
Jos L Simms 1 May 03.
SISTLTt Spiller 1899; WH Iarkham 8 Nov 02;
S*2DLT: W'S.DeCosta 1899; GT Gibbs 1901 (Dis Disc 28 June 01);
SCo D disbanded in Tallahascee 15 July 1904.

Co D 1stFla org JACKSONVILLE : Sept 1905 and served.continuouslV-at that sta-till 1916.
ACTIVE STATE DUTY: 10-20 April 1908 ACA JaxFire;1 30 Oct-15 Nov 1912-Jax Trans Strike.
E LCAMFErEUT: 1905-LakeCity; 1906-Tampa; 1907-08-Joint-CoastDefExsTapa; 1909-11-StateCpGroudn 7
.1912-Joint Exercises, Anniston,Ala; ..1913-15--StateCampGrounds,-Jax.
; AWARDS: 1909-Taliferro Trophy; Highest Efficiency Pennant, IstInf; FNG Assn Trophy.
1 1910- Taliferro Trophy; FNG Assn Trophy; .1911-1912--FNG Assn Trophy
CAPTAINS: Geo Dancy 9 Sep 05;..SC Harrison 13 Mar 06; ReubenRagland 21:Jul 10;.AE Barrs
5 Jun 12; CB Duffy 6 Sep 13; WIMcCrory 27 Apr 14; AY Milam 27 Jan 15; RF Metcalf 18 Mar 16.
STLTS: i SC Harrison 9 Sep OS-fRF Metcalf 21Marr ,06;- FH Balll4 Jul 08; WH Colosn 4 Nov 10;
CE Shine 31 Mar. 1; WeDowl12 May 13;.RH Gamble 19 Dec 13; AG Milam 4 Jul 14; 'tA Gatlir27Ja5L$;
2DLTS: RF Metcalf 8 Oct 05; Dan G. Wheeler 2 May 06; WH Colson 14 Jul 08; HC Tyler 2MarlO;
R.Ragland Il May10; GCE Shiie 25 Jul 10; Striker Coles 1 Feb 11; WT Dow 1 Jun 12; RH Gamble
S6 Sep ..3; WA.Gatlin 25 Jun.14; JC.Byrne Jr_ 13 Feb.15,.; ..... ......

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Company C IstFlaInfRegt .. ____" i

''o D 4thSepBnFST (JasperBlues) reorg 1899 at close of Spanish-Am War as Co C IstFlaInf i.
JASPER. The unit served on ActStateDuty 3-22 ilay 1901. during the Jax Fire. It was commanded
ry Captain.AB Small; IstLt CB Smith; and 2ndLts-Register(1900) & -T -Bush (1901).
Co C was disbanded in Jasper 20 January 1902, '
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Co C IstFlaInf org MADISCH on 20 April 1903 with captain .WH Dyalp, Jr., .stLt CB Smith &
S2ndLt Randall-H Rowe. Lt Smith was promoted to Captain and R. Rowe to lstLt on 21 Dec 1904.
The unit attended encampment in 1903-Jacksonville & 1904-St.Augustine; and was disbanded early
In 1205. .s ... ,

Co C IstFlalnfRegt org TALLAHASSEE on 17 June 1907,
ACTIVE STATE DUTY: 21-22 Aug 1907 ACA; 10-20 April 1908-ACA Pensa;- 13-i 5May 1912 ACA Marianna
OU uct-15 IJo ACA Jax Trans Strike ...
AWARDS: Sgt Luther Holloway Best Drilled Soldier 1907
.1jC: 1907-Joint Coast Def Exs-Pensa;' 1909-11-State CampGrounds 1912-Joint Exs,Anniston Ala
S 1913-15- State Camp Grounds. .
CAPTIHS: JS Lewis 24 Apr 17; ,JM Walker 24 Apr 11;
ISTLTS: FB Winthrop-2A-.Apr-b7; JL Elliott 24 Apr 11; Arthur'M Henry 8 Apr.13; EL Proctor
'10 Apr 1314 1
'2NDLTS: J1 Walker 24 Apr 07; AM Henry 9 May 11; JM Sauls 3 July. 1 4. .
Go C redesignated Co I IstFlaInf 19 March 1915.-, .
(over) .

Co D IstFlalnf was reorganized in Nov 1916bas Co D 1st Sep Bn FNG, and as such served on,,,,;
active state & federal duty in the State during-the Mexican War (See lstSepBn,FNG).
SCo D IstFlalnf was reorg again in Jacksonville in May of 1917 with Captain GR Seavy, Vhen
Sthe IstFlalnf was reformed, consolidated with the IstSepBn, and upon the call of the Pres of
I the US, mobilized into active federal service for WWI- sent to Camp Wheeler, where the regt
was disbanded and men integrated into other federal units for service during the war-

Co C 1stFlalnfRegt otg BLOUNTSTOWN 11 November 1915 with Captain GT Crozier, 1stl SO.Hewsome
'& 2ndLts j-Hentz (8 Nov 15-6 Aug 6) & GH Guilf d, 18 Oct 16'

istSep2,n,,TG, Ihich ,served on state & federal active duty 1916 & 17- Co'C-wgs redesignated
1stPlat Co H 1stSepBn FNG (See 1stSep~n)
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; Co C IstlalnfRegt og organized in November CIT 1915 with Captaiwn GT Crozistr,InfRegt wSO ewoe

& reformed, consolidated with the lt Sep Bn, and mobilized into active federal service on
lstPlat 191 sent to CmpG (Seeler where it as disbanded ndthme r nte ated
nto vice thrucut the first
v Co C lstflalnfRegt was organized in LAKE CTY. 17 Jupe... 1917 i.hen the IstFlaInf Regt was ,-
i, reformed, consolidated with the 1st Sep Bn, and mobilized into active'federal service on *
.' August 1917 sent to Campn. heelerr, GA where it was disbanded ahd-the members integrated :
, into other federal units for service thrucut the first *WM. ,.

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Co C lstSepBn(FST)(JaxRifles) Ihich served as Co F IstFlaVolRegt in Span-Amer War reorg 1899
; in JACKSONVILIE as Co F IstFlaInf.
!I ACTIVESTATIDUTYr 3 May-23 June 1901-ACA JaxFire; 26 Aug 02-Funeral Esc; 26-28 Sept 1904-AC!;
1 0-20 Apr 1908-ACA Pensa; 30 Oct-15 Nov 1912 ACA Jax;
SENCAMPMENT: 1903-Jax; 1904-StAug,left there to attend Mannassas Maneuvers,Mannassas,Va -511 Sq)
... 1905-LakeCity; 1906-Tampa; 1907-DoastDefExs Pensa; 1909-11-StateCampGrounds,Jax; 1912-Joint
i Exs,AnnistonAla; 1913-15-StateCampGrounds.
AZ1AIFDSt 1 03 1stAwared of Talifferro Trophy; Lt FL Yerkes won Riflry Award; 1914-Eff Pennant
SCAPTAINS~fitLeFils 4 Feb 01; FD Yerkes 20 Mar 06; WP Vinzant 2 Jan 07; GJ Garcia 7 Jun 07;
1.STLTS: WA Jones 1900;.FL Yerkes 23 Jun 03; WD Vinzant 20 Mar 06; GJ Garcia 2 Jan OT;
i iArmstrong Steadman,9 Jul 07; Ch Peterson 14 May 10; Geo Elliott 31 May 13; ASE LeVenelSJiai15
!2ND-LTS: Geo 1. Dancy ?; FG Yerkes 6 Oct 02; WP Vinzant 22 Jun 03; GJ Garcia 29 Mar 06;
SCA Peter5on 9 .Jul 07; Geo Elliott 15 May.lO; E Metcalf 8 Jul 13; BF Stone 19 Dec. 14.
Co.F reorganized Nov,.1916 as Co F IstSepBn. The.lstSepBnFNG served on-active state & fed duty
during Mexican War (see IstSepBn); in May of 1917 the IstFla Inf was again reformed, and
Co F, with Capt Garcia,- stLt Kitchen (SB) & 2ndLt BF Stone was reorganized,' and upon the
call, of. the Pres of the U.S. .mobilized into active federal service 5 Aug 1917; ,sent to
Camp Wheeler, and' there disbanded & its men used in other 'federal units thruout WWI.

'Company E I't Fla Inf Regt -- --------
go A 4thSepB FST which-served during the Span-Am War as Co L IstFlaVolRegt iwas reorganized
oaftr thewar in S1899 inLh s Ie asd Coig E1stFla Inf Regt and served at that sta until 1912.
after the war in 1899 in Lin1- OAK a Fr'e 20C Dc 02-ACAM 8 a 03-ACA Perry; 16-17 Sep
;. TESTAT-cA 20-21T. 3Sar90-ACA;22-23 Aug 1907-ACA;- 10- Apr 190o-ACA Pensa; 30 bct-15 Iov 12-1
I.ACA Jax Trans Strike., De-x Pensa;.
CAMPMEJIT: 19030 Jaxo- 1;-St.Aug; 1905-LakeCity; 19-Tan 190 ef Exs Pensa .
S g909o-1-State-CampGrounds; 1912-Jointxs Annst A 12Feb 08 J nelyJ
SCAPTAINS : -- .IWH Lyle 1 Oct 1900; AE Lesliee9 Jul 07; W 0 yle Reapslie 27 Oct 06; J Hinely3',
* m1nsTTate Poell 1899-1901; AH Lewin 1901; Edw Porter 19; A Leslie 27 Oct 06; J Hinel

S g ; ---of HarryC-J.-ool 1. 91.- Feb

received the Nation defense rophy & FNG Assn Trophy in 191e. Co s commanded by ap ticns
Lews Landes 12 Sept,13; EF Graw 2 Jun1 e 1914; 1stts SR7 J erscovits 1 r Sept 13; SB Kitchens.

Th st fgt .s efore i 9 o re IVE 27My 7
SThest aInfRegt .was:.reformed ay of-191 and E reor--VE d 27 ruo1917 with
:~Capt J. Hinely, lt AE Leslie & nidTt JP Lamb; the regt was orderedinto federal service
.5 August ,1917 sent to CaenpfftieerGA, whe'e it was disanded-& 'men served thruout WvJI in
luu en t a j--ia rj- he,

'Company G 1st Flalnf Regt ,______ __

Co D IstSepBnFST which-served as Co G IstFlaVolRegt during Span-Am-War reorg in 1899 as -
Co G IstFlalnf in ST AUGUSTINE until disb 29 Dec 1906.
ACTIVE STATE SERVICE: 3-22May 1901 ACA Jax Fire AWADS:i90-05-06: Taliferro Trophy
Ll'CA-IPrMIT: 1903-Jax; 1904:StAug & from there to Mannassas Maneuvers, Mannassas, Va; 1905-
LakeCity; 1906-Tampa.:
CAPTAITIS: J JCR-Foster 1899-00; "Wm Law 1901; JD Rahner 13 Dec 01; Eugene Masters 9 Jul 03;
..!enry M. Snow Jr $5Feb 06. ....
1ST LTSt Henry M Snow Jr; George W. Snow 5 Feb' 06.'
2ND LTS: Geo W. Snow 17 Mar 02; Rby Canfiel4 15 Jan 03;

::Cb:G org :gain in S .AUGUSTINE 22 Sept 1913
ACTIVE STATE SERVICE: 2-3 Apr 191-ACA Fire; 'ENC: 1914-l1-State Camp Grounds
CAPITAI: AH Perkins 10 Sep 13;:1STLT: PA Koenig 10 Sep 13; LF Hammond 3 Aug 14; Otis E Barnes
-13 Feb 15; 2ID LT: FJ-Weir 25 Oct 13; Lisle F Hammond 24 Jan -l; OE Barnes 2 Sept 14;
i:SW Durance 27 Feb 15; JL Crary 2 Sept 16;
Co G was redesig 2ndPlat Co D lstSepBnFNG in Nov.of 1916, when the lstSepBn was formed from..
units of the 1st Fla Inf and served on act state & federal duty during Mexican War (See lstSep

Co G IstFlalnf was reorg in MARIANNA in 18 May 1917-when the lstFlalnf was reformed & consol
with the lstSepBnFNG for-entrance into'WWI. -The Regt was mobilized into fed service 5 Aug.17
Sent to Camp Wheeler,. where it *as disbanded, & men served In other fed units thruout war.

Co H 1st Fla Inf Regt '

Co H IstFlaInf Regt org 1899-1900 (?) in LAKE' CIT and served at that sta until disb 10 Apr09.
A CTIVE STATE DUTY: 3-22 May 1901 ACA Jax Fire; 12 Jul 01-ACA Riot LakeCity; 25-28 May 04-ACA;
I 10-20 Apr 08-ACA Pensa; 30'Apr-1 May 1908-ACA LakeCity
i ilCAI-IPENT :i1903-Jax; 1904*StAug'& then to MannassaS Maneuvers 5-11 Sep Oh; 1905-LakeCity
S1906-Tampa; 1907- Joint Coast Def Exs, Pensacola.
CAPTAINS: WH-Cox-15 Jul 01; JW.Stephens 11 June-06. --- -
1SI LIjTJoseph Kinard; ~WR Brooks 15 Jan 1902; WG Brown 10 Aug l4; L Helvenston 24 Jul 06;
SAB Witheel5 Oct 1907.
i D LTS: H. Helvenston; WG Brown 14 Aug 03; HR Henderson 13,Aug 04; L Helvenston 4 Oct 05;
JW StephenslO May 0_6; AG Withee 24 Jun 06; L Helvenston reap 16. Oct 07.
h ."i Unit disbanded 10 April 09.

Co H org CHIPLEY 23 Oct 1915; with Captain HH Wells, IstLt JC Windburn & 2ndLts OG Shivers
S(26 Oct 15- Feb 16) & EH Hale (2-June 16).
Co H reorg & redesig Co H IstSepBnFNG, which Bn was formed from the IstFlalnfRegt, and served
on active state & fedservice thruout the Mexican War-in the State of Florida (See IstSepBn)
The lst Fla Inf regt was reformed in May of 1917; Co H IstSepBn was consolidated with the 1st
Fla & redesig CO H IstFlaInfRegt, and upon the call.of the.President of the US, was mobilized
into act'fed service 5 Aug 1917 for WdI, when it was sent to Cap Wheeler, and disbanded, the
men serving in other fed units thruout the war.

rl;r- ----~" ----~--------

,,Company K 1st Fla Inf Regt
S! _

,Co K IstFlaInf org PENSACOLA 1899-1900 & served there until 23 July 1905-when it sas disbanded
,ACTIVE STATE DUTY: 3-22 May 1901-ACA Jaxy Fire; 6-7 May 1901-FuneralEsc; 27-28 Aug 02- ACA.
NCAMFIEINT: 1903-Jax 1904-St.Aug
CAPTAIBJ C Parkhill; John Iassey 4 Aug 03; Stephen Lee 12 Jul 04;
1ST LT: I!art Griffin; EL Nicholson 1900; Jcln ilaccey 18 Mar 02; LO Larcum 29 Aug 03;
2i0D LT: John Massey; Tho L Briggs 8 Oct 02; EdwC Dansby 5 Jul 04;

Co K IstFlaInf org DEFUNIAK SPRINGS 17 August.1905 and served continuously till 29 Nov 1916.
ACT STATE DLTY: 10-20,Apr 1908-ACA Pensa; 30 Oct-15 Nov 1912-ACA Jax
SAWARDS: 1912-1913-1914-Taliferro Trophy
MCThAPI-NT: 1905-LakeCity; 1906-Tampa 1907-Pensa; 1909-11 StateCapGrounds 1912-Anniston'Ala
1913-1915-StateC ampGrounds., 9 Apr
SCAPTAINI: W'.J Flourney ll-AugO 5; Harley Cawthorne 29 Dec 08; WI Stinson 7 May 12; JJ Kenedy 13;
1st LTI John.M. Flournoy 27 Sep 05; TH Cawthorne 24 Oct 07;-WI VStinson 24 June 09; JJ Kennedy
May 12; JC McSween 9 Apr 13; GF Carden 18 Dec 13; WI Stinson 16Dec 14; HC Richardson30AIEmu
"'12ND-LT:- Dan S Gillis 27 Sep 05; AR Oliver 24 Oct 07; Hawley Cawthorne 29 Sept 08; WI Stinson
i5 Mar 09; .JJ,_Canrdchail 28 Jun 09; JJ Kennedy-1 Mar 11;--JC-McSween 21 Jun 12* JJ McGuire
lh Jun 13; 'Harley 0 Knepper 25 Feb 14; HC Richardson 5 Dec 14; HJ-,McCaskill 2 .June 15.
Ini November f 916 the 1st Sep Bn FNG was formed from units of the 1stFlaInf, the other units
were disbanded and their-members used to bring the Bn to-full strength. The IstSepBn served on
iActstate &fed serve during the Mex War (see IstSepBn) -Co K was disb as.desc above 29Nov16.

'Company I 1st Fla Inf Regt
Co A 3rdSepBrnST which served as Co H IstFlaVolRegt during the Span-Am War was reorganized in
PENSACOLA in 1899 as Co I 1st Fla Inf Regt. Co I was disbanded in Pensa on 23 July 1905.
SWCAMPMEIIT: 1903-Jax 1904-StAug
SCAPTAIN.: '.F Williams 1899; W Flournoy 19 Oct 01; JasC Watson 6 Jan 02'; W D'Alemberte 1903;
JR Landrum 10 Aug 04. 1STLT:. JC Watson 1899; Pike Maddox 6 Jan 02; 2NDLT: Pkke Maddox
1899-1900 (?); John W Bowers 27 Mar 02; SR Greenblatt 24 Aug 04;

SCo I lstFlaInf org again in PENSACOLA 31 Oct 1911- was disb in Pensa 19 March 1915.. SCG
ACTIVE STATE DUTY: 30 Oct-15 Nov 1912-ACA Jax Trans Strike; ENCAM=mENT1912-Anniston 1913-14/;
Co 1 IstFlalnf consolidated with Co Ion 13 Dec 1913.
ij CAPT: Clement Blount 21 Oct 11; CW Upp 21 June 1913; ER Caro 10 Apr 14-
: J: FJ Bloint 2 May 1912; ER Caro 3 Jan 13; LL Fabisinski 10 Apr 1.
a DLT: ER Caro -2 May 12; LL Fabisinski 16 Jun 13; WB Wright 9 May 14;
CI -*^s^-1 *I
Co.C IstInft sta_iinTALlB SSE redesignated Co I lstFlaInf early .in 1915- with Capttin
Jeff M. Wall'er, IstLtE'L Proctor & 2ndLt J.M. Sauls. Co I was disbanded 14 June 1916 -

SUpon thd reformation of the 1st Fla Inif Regt-ij Iy of 1917- Co I was organizedRat PENSACOLA
With Capt JF Phillips., 1stLt El Quina & 2ndLt WI Shuttleworth. Co I was-ordered into
active federal service for WWI on 5 Aug 1917- the regt was disbanded at Camp Wheeler, qA and
men served thruout-the--war in various fed units.

C Co K Jwas reorganized in MILTCN on 17 IIay 1917, uhen the lstFlalnfRegt was consolid with
I the IstSerBn & reformed for entrance into '.WI. The unil, was orderEd into active federal
service -.n 5 August 1917- sent to Camp 'Jhecler, GA where it was ditsbnded and the men used
i:in other fed urits thruout the war."
'1FFICEPS: Capt P. II Bruner; IstLt JC Caines; 2ndLt CR C6bb

Company L ist Fla Inf Regt

Co C 3rdSep nFST (FraiklinRifles) was reorganized after the Span-Am War as Co L lstFla Inf
at APPALACLICCHA in 1899 and served continuously there until 1916.
-i '

A E ul 190 C 10-20 Apr 1908ACA Pnsa3 ct- Nov 1912-ACAJa
*Apr 6; .. .ifar : 99 Jo E" .. 1 S 8 F 06;

C12J'nito: 1Oa- 113 19'-Staugp 190o unde.ity 1906 .Tamp,; 1-907-Pensa; 1909-11--StateCpGrounds

t APPALACICLA in 1899 and served continuously there until 1916 ay ; Jo P Iickey

i IST LT: T.J.Moore 23.Dec 99; Jos Hickey 26 X Shields W Glascow 12 MarchFeb6; JT Zingarelli
12 Apr 07; JF warren 30 Dec 07; EHSmi 12 ;JP Coombelds 19arren11 8 Feb JT Zingarell2
CG Cantrull 30 Aug 15. 191 Wn
L2n:d T Dcrdi cn Bi on bDec9 9.; alter Sharit 19 Jan 01; JP Hijckey 28 May 03; ~H Sharit
21 June 04; PH JTohnso Ju : 06; PDod Aug 07; E Smith 6 May 08; ; JC Saunders
2Juno 12; PH Johnson &cJul ,1r .-o. .
At c time of.the ihexcan War many of the units of.the IstFlanf;egt were disbanded,
including Co L th s units of the stFlaInf were used.as the nucleus of the IstSep
i*Battalion, ~G, and'the disbhanded 'units of theRegt were ied to -bring'this Battalion to
f Iull strength. The First Sep En FNG served on both state 4 federal active dutytgruading
bridgE.j, utilities Etc, in the State, r
The lllnfregt was reorg again in May of 1917- the lstSepn was consolidate it
SAug 1917 trith Capt Glasco:, sat the call of the Pres was mobilized into act fed serv on
i Cap kl]c.ler,GA- the men joing other units & d vring thrucut the first world war.
.. .... u i s & ) Jd

Company M 1st Fla Int Reg at

.-.Co M uis organized in MARIANNA in 1899 & served there till 28 April 1910.
ACT STATE DUTY: 10-20 Apr 1908-Pensa ENCAMPMENT: 1903 Jax; 1904-StAug 1905-LakeCity
1906-Tampa; 1907-Fens acola '1909-StCampGrounds
CAFTAli :John MYilton; Geo C..Home 19 Aug 03; JD Stephens 1904; JL.Horne 1904; GO Andrews
10 Oct 05; W.D Barnes 17 June 07.
:IST:LTr CLW 1ilson; Thos A Home 4 Sept 03; GC Hone 6 Febr 0S;WR Davis 1907; JL Kelly 17Dec09
21WD LT: Geo C Home; JD Stephens 2 Sept 03; John L. Home 28 Aug 04; UD Barnes 2L Oct 05;
lTT Davis 1 Jul 07; Daniel McLeon 17 Dec 09;
S Disbanded 28 Aprill 1910 : .
: C M org PENSACCLA 1 June 1911- served until disbanded there 13 Dec 1913.
: ACT STATE DUTY:- 10-20 Apr 1908 ACA Pensa; ENC: 1911-StCampGr;1912-Anniston; 1913-StCampGmnds
L:APT:W.AckerJr 1 Aug 11; FJ Blound 30 Nov 12; 1STLT: HA Lurton 4 Aug 11; 'W Lusk 1912;
R -Earo 1 Jul 13; \2ndLT: ;E Lusk 8 Jan 12; RT Sublette 16 Feb 13;

Co 11 org PANAMA CITY 20 Jan '1914; attended- encampment' 191-1-StateCampGrounds,Jax.
iCAPT: Emmett Cooper 22 Dec 13; RR Powers 12 Jul 15; ISTLT: GB.Tyson 22 Dec 13; JR Asbell
1i iAug 15; 2ndLT: ERPowers 22 Dec 13; MP Hawkins 12 Jul 15;
Disbanded 29 lyov 1916 to become pPrt of lstSepBnFNG which was formed from units of the lStinf-
(See IstSepEn) ......... .. .. ..*. -. *. .. ..... .
;C o.M.,reorg MILVILLE. 1. May 1917 upon reformation.of lstFlalnf&consol w/lstSepBn- ordered into
: active fed serv for WWI with Capt FM Turner, lstLt Mallie Martin & 2ndLt RD Watts; sent to
Camp Wheeler after mobil on 5 Aug 17- where regt disb-to become part of other'fed units.

Sst Separate Battalion, FUG '_

When the US went to war with Mexico in.1916- the Sodd Fla Inf Regiment was mobilized into--
r:active federal service for duty on the Mexican Border. Many men 'of the lst Florida.Inf Regt
r joined the 2ndInfRegt,- in order to bring that reIgtto'full strength. .
SThe First Separate Battalion, FNG was formed on 24 November 1916 from.Units of the IstFlaInf
Regiment; the other units of the istFlalnfRegt were disbanded, and their members'enlisted in
Various units of the IstSepBattalion to bring that to- full strength. The First Separate
Battalion served on State Active Duty from 24 November.1916 to 12 April 1917- guarding bridges
1 utilities, etc. in the State of Florida. On 12 April 1917, the Battalion was mobilized into
r-federal- service for the same duty; and on August 1917, the Battalion was consolidated with
the newly formed..stFlorida Inf Regiment, and all were inducted into active Federal service
for World War I, as the Ist.Fla Inf Regt,

S Hq .Headquarters .Jacksoiville.- -- .-
Co A Jacksonville
:Co D(less2Pla)Jacksonrivlle
.:. '-.. ::. : 2PlatCoD. St.Augustine-.....
Co F' Jacksonville .
..: .... Go... H(lesslPl) Chipley ... --. .. ......
i 1 PlatCoH Blountstown ..
DetHosporoops Xilton';- .

Company A 1st Separate Battalion, FG-

Is -- AKS~ x -d
Co A IstFlaInfRegt reorgani=ed 2 Naov 1916 as Co A .stSepB-NG thJACKSONV~L E, wth .
Capt A. Wright Ellis, lstLt Robert A Iilam & 2ndLt AB Martin.,
SActive State Duty: -24' ov 16- 12 April 17,....Guarded bridges & utilities in Florida
SAtive Fed Duty 13 April 17-l Au 17
SAugust 1917: Consolidated with newly formed units of the -1tFlanfRegt redesignated
Company -; slanfRegt, and mobilized into federal service for W= ..


HqlstBnlstFlalnf reorganized 24 Nov 1916 as HQ, st SepBn FNG in .JACKSONVILLE, with .
S Major H. L. Covington Jr & IstLt MA Altmeyer. -
Active State .Duty 2l Nov 16-12-Apr 17 -
S.Active StaFed utyl ...Guarded bridges &- utilities in Florida
Active Fed Duty:, .1: 13 April 17-4 Aug 7t "
S..Consolidated with newly formed lstFlaInfRegt units; redesig HqlstBnlstFlaInfRegt, and
mobilized into federal service for:WWIZ-5 August-1917. --.. .

Company D 1st Separate Battalion, FIG (less 2ndFlat)

SCo D 1st Fla-Inf reorganized 24 Nov 1916 as Co D IstSepBnFNG in JACKSONVIUL with
: Captain George R. Seavy & 2ndLt JC Byrne, Jr.
S2' Nov 16-12 April 17 Active State Duty G Bridges and utilities in Florida
S13 April 17- Aug 17 -Active Federal Duty ardin utilities n oria

August 1917: Consolidated with newly formed units of the IstFlalnfRegt; redesignated
I Company D st Fla Inf Regt, and mobilized into federal service for WW.I.

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S2nd'Platoon, Company D 1st Separate Battalion, FIG F

Co G IstFlaInf reorganized in' ST AUGUSTINE 24 Nvember 1916 as 2ndPlat,CoD,lstSepBn,FNG
with IstLtOtisBarnes.
24 Nov 16-12 April 17 Active State Duty Guarding Bridges, utilities, etc., in Florida
13 April 17- 4 Aug 17 Active Federal Duty

i:. .August" 1917 -- -Consolidated with Co D IstSepBn in Jacksonville; IstSepBn consolidated
with IstFlaInfpegt's newlyformed units, and all inducted together into active federal
service for'WWI. (See Company D IstSepBi)

Company F 1st Separate Battalion, FING

-Co F IstFlaInf reorganized:24lNov 1916 asC6E.: stSepBn FNG in-JACKSONVILLE with
SCaptain George J. Garcia, IstLt Samuel B. Kitchen & 2ndLt B.F. Stone.

24 Nov 191612 April 17 Active State Duty Guarding bridges, utilities, etc, in Flotida
S13 Apr 1917-4 Aug 17 Active Federal Duty

U ""'August 1917 Consolidated with newly formed fnits of the IstFlalnfRegt- redesignated
.. Co IstFlalnf, and entered federal service for WWI.

Company H (less 1 Plat) Ist Sep Battalion :

... -Co H IstFlaInf reorganized in CHIPLEY as Co H IstSepBn,FNG with Captain Harvey H. Wells,
SIstLt' John C. Windburn & 2ndLt Edward H. Hale.

4:.2 Nov 1916- 12 April 17 Active State Duty
13 Apro17- 1 Aug 1917 Active SFe Duty Guarding bridges, utilities, etc. Florida
13 Apr-17- 4 Aug 1917 Active Fed Duty ,

"::-5 August 1917: CoAsolidated:with newly formed units of the IstFlaInfRegt redesignated
,,.:Co H IstFlaInf, and entered federal service for WWI,

.. -- ;-

1st Plat, Company H, let Separate Battalion, FIIG _

Co C IstFlalnf reorganized in BLOUNTSTOWh on 24 Nlov 1916 as IstPlat, Co H IstSepBnFNG
*' with Captain Gordon T. Crozier & IstLt Sidney 0 Newsome

S24 Iov 1916 12 April 1917 -ActStateDuty Guarding bridges & utilities in Florida'
13 Apr.1917 4 Aug 1917 -ActFedDuty

5 Augdst 1917 Consolidated with Ccmpany H; Th6 ntireclstSepBn was consolidated with
newly formed units of the IstFlaInf, and together ordered into active federal service for

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Headquarters 2nd Florida Infantry Regiment _____
(124th Infantry Regt Augujt 1917 Fed Serv)
The 2nd Florida Inf Fegien~it was-formed in 1899 after the Spanish-American War. Many
of its units have histories dating back to the early 18806s. The regiment was ordered
many times-to active -state :duty in-aid of civil authorities ahd-attended the following .-
encampments: 1903-Camp Taliferro, Jax; 19p4-St.Augustine, and most units left there to
participate in the Manassas Maneuvers at Hannassas, Virginia S-11 Sept 1904; 1905-Orlando
S1906-State Camp Grounds;'-1907-1908-Joint Coast Defense-Exercises-at Tampa (except for those
Units which served on' active state duty in, Pensacola in 1908); _1909-State C-np Grounds
1910-most units participated in maneuvers at Chicamaugua National Park; 1911-15-StCampGrounds
7--In 1909 the-designation was-changed from FST to Florida-National Ouard.

Upon the advent of the Mexican Border War, the 2ndFlaInfRegt was reorganized and brought
to full strength--and, having received the call of'the.Pres of-the-US on 21.June 1916--was -
mustered into active federal service for duty on the Mexican Border in the early'part of July
-The Regiment-returned to State control on 17 March 1917- and served'the state 'uhtil its
,.;,muster inito-federal.service on...August 1917 for.WWI. -The regiment was sent to Camp Wheeler.
SGeorgia,, where it was redesignated the 124th Infantry Regiment, 31st Inf biv (Dixie Division)
and was sent to France, where it was broken up and its--troopshused `as replacements in the
AEF. Its members served honorably, arid in many cases, he locally, thruout.the war.

. . .

_HJ i2nd FIInf Regt OFFICERS:
`- -- -~ ---- -- -
GAINESVIE 1899; ORLAIDO 20 May 03; GAIESVILI 6Mar 05; DAYTONA 17 Jul 06;
ORLANDO 20 May 1907; GAINESVILLE 30 April 1910; ACTIVE FED SERVE 6 July 1916;
GAINESV0LE _17 March 1917;' ACTIVE FED SERVICE 5 August 1917
0 M I...... ... 9....... ....... 90 3J,
I COLNC L Iring ebster 18991903, John N..-Bradshaw 20_May 03-6' March 1905
0 -xC aBr hst9er 65. Marc 05 ..
Fi CBrossier 6March July 06; Chales ingham 17July 061 Ma 07
,C:o. ,,FXSculler 20May 1907-"26 April 1910; Albert H. Blending 30 April1910- 1917;

LT. C FC Brossie 18 Aug 1899; Charles ingham 6 arch 05; John B'. Parkinson 27 Feb 07;
J Albert H. l niing 26 Oct'1908;' George' A. Nash 5 July 1910; S J Wolf 14 Jul 13.
SADJ:,,, "IA, IBlanding; HP Baya,24 Jul o6; Augustus V,.:Long 8 Oct- 1907; LeRoy B Giles
: 1: ay 1909;' 'Shields Warren 29 June 1912;_''Caleb R Laytcn 17 March. 1l.,

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BAID 2ndFla Inf Regt ___ __

Org TAMPA..1899-- Disbanded there 26 Aug 190h4 .Chief Musician ID.HalU well

Org ORLANDO 26August. 190- Disbanded there in 1905

Org TAMPA .12 July,1906- disbanded there 27 .Iar 08; Chief _-usician Valentino Ficcio

, Org MIA~I 24 Nov 1908-- disbanded there 25 July 1914 -- attnd Chicamaugua Maneuvers &
So-ther encampment6s "wif 2ndFIatnf;' Chief Musician Albert -Kaufman

Org. PALATKA:.. 9 April-1915, .-ith Chief. Musician Jas: W. Chattaway, Principal Musician Samuel
SG ,Coburn & Drum Major 'Alfred M. Clemmions. Mustered into active ,federal service on 6 July 16
i ".ith-Field & Staff 2nd Flla Inf Regt, and returned tO state control after the Mexican Border
'rar.don 1i7 Narch 1917...- ....Entered federal service for VWI-on 5 August 1917-

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i1 o:; ital Corps Detachments, 2nd la Inf Regt.

SHosp Corps Det, 2ndFla Inf'TAMPA 9 August 190--41909; attendedencampments, etc...

;. IIosp Cori. Det, 2nd Fla Inf org ST. PETERSBURG 26 May 1910- attended encampments,etq.....
& was mustered into federal service 3 July 1916 for service on the Mcxican Border;
returned to State Control-, on-17 March 1917- and was again mustered into federal service
for w~~ on.5 August..l917.
Officers for the.period of Mex-Border Service are as follows-
Major Moreton H. Axline; lstLts hn J. Buck, Lucian B. Mitchell, &IHolden' Cline.


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' Headquarters 2nd Battalion 2nd Fla Inf Regt

Org STARKE 1899 with Captain S. Iiattheus; on 21 April 1903 the 2nd & 3rd battalions
switched, and the 3rd Battalion, under lMajor Charles L. Bineham in DAYTCNA redesignated
Hq 2nd Battalion;. MajorJB Parkdinson assumed cojrLand on 6 iarch 1905; Major JUC iorris
j:;! on 19 August .07; and the battalion HQ moved to KEY WEST on 12 January 1910 upon the aptment
i of Major Samuel J. Wolfe.
S; Adjutants serving during this period: AH Johns -res 1901; bCH Smith 1902; JDC Morris
i.1l .21 July 1905; WF Jibb 6 Jan 1906; NorberA Thompson 12 Oct,1907;--CA Gontz 1'May 09; &
i: iCG Hicks 25 April 1910.
The battalions were switched again on 3 February 1915, Hq 2ndBn redesignated Iq 3rd Bn--
mir iand the; stBn Hq at PLANT CITY under Major VB Collins & 1st Lt.WT Whitney redesignated
Si .Hq 2nd En. .. .

;;j| Hq 2nd Bn mustered into active federal service for the Mexican-Border War on 6 July 1916;
Sreturnre.r, tbstate control on :17 March 1917- and served at Plant City until its muster into
., federal service again in-.5.August.1917 for .l .. .
' .The regiment was sent to Camp Wheeler Georgia, where it was redesignated 12hth Inf Regt-
"J''sailed for France, 'andwas broken up- the troops being used as replacements in the AEF.

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Headquarters 1st Battalion 2nd Florida Infantr, oinent __ __

Hq 1st Battalion 2nd Fla IJnf organized in ORLANDO in 1899 with Marjor John W Bradshar;
i!Major'F X Sculler assumed command 20 May 1903;' Moved to TAMPA with',the appointment of
M. H. Cohen on 6 July 1907;: Ma Cohen Cohe dismissed 20,AulFS 08--.reappointed '2 AUg 09;
! :iUnit moved to ST. PETERSBURG, 23 Nov 1911 on appointment. of.Major.LeRoy B. Giles; ..
Sand to PLANT CITY cn 29 november 191 with Major Vivian B. Collins.
Battalicns switched'on 3 February 1919; Hq 1st Bn under Maj. Collins redesignated *Hq 2ndBn;
a;i andHq 3rid Bn under.Major J. W. Blanding at GAINESVILLE redesignated Hq.lst Battalion.

,Hq 1st Bn under Major Blanding and IstLt-Adj ,hn W Hampton muttered into -federal service for
Mexican Border War on 6 July 1916; retirned1to State Control 6on17 March 1917- and "
Again mustered into federal servicelon 5 August.1917,-,for-World-War.. I......-
Sent to C'amp Wheeler Georgia,; redesignated 124th Inf Regt,-and sent to France where it was
broken up and used as replacments ih" AEF.

t, (aLt!-AdjutCants: Chs 1IHilliard; HN Dickerson' 25 ay 03; W.F 0Bttis. 7 Oct 07; AE McGrey
29 Nov 09-"- Wi Hampton, 3 February 1913) .'
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Headquarters 3rd Battalion, 2nd Fla Inf fegt. ___

rHq 3rd En org 1899 in DAYTONA under the command of Major dharles ,. Bingham (aptd 21 Aug 99)_
on 21 Ap.ril 1903 the 2nd,& 3rd Battalions switched; and the 2nd Bn under Maj6r. Eugene S.
Natthews in STARKE redesignated Hq 3rd Battalion.'- Hq 3rd Bn moved to GAINESVILLE on
25 June 1906 under Major Albert H. Blanding; to OCALA 27 May 1909 with the aptd of Major
SGeorge A. Nash; to GAINESVILLE 17 Jan 1911 under ajr -John W. Blahding.
SAdjutants serving during this period:' CL Smith 1900; AV Long 1901; CL Smith reap 1902;
SAV Long reap 1903; Joseph Bell 15 May 1907; WW Gibbs, 14 Mar 1911; & R.V. Ott 24 Dec 1912. .
T 'he battalion HIq switched again on 3 Feb 1915; Hq 3rdBn under Major Blanding redesignated
i! Hq 1st Bn; and Hq 2nd Bn in KEY WEST under Major Samuel-J. Wolf redesignated Hq 3rdBattalion.
HIq 3rdBn' mved'-to WEST PALM BEACH 15 April 1915 with the apt of Charles W. Sass as Major;
L, .Lt PB cCord was aptd Adjutant on 24 March 1916; and-was-succeeded by Charles H. Holzlaw on
S27 June 1916.

Hq 3rd Battalion mustered into active federal-service forMexican -Border War on 6 July 1916;
l returneato state control on 17 March 1917; and under Major Sass & Lt Holzlaw was again
Mustered into federal service on 5 Aug 1917, for IfJI,." The regiment was sent to Camp Wheeler
i,- Georgia, where it was-redesignated the 124th Inf Regt, as such sailed for France, where .it
was disbanded and its men used as replacmerts in the AEF.


supply Ccmpany 2ndFlalnfRegt was organized ini1916 ;.iwasiusmtered:into the service of
: ithe U.S. for the Mexican Border War. July 1916. Officers.during this period were
Japt Ro V. "Ot; 2ndLt Henry L Baker.. A detachment of this company was formed in Tampa
'& also mustered.into -federal service. ..'. ..
SThe unit was returned to State control oh 17 March 1917 and was again mustered into federal
Service for WWI on ... Aug 191i7 ..

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li.!aileGun Cc'any__2nd Fla _IJ__ __ ...g__ ____ 1
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j machinee Gun Cc 2nd Fla IrL Regt w as organized in GAI2ESTILLE in 1916 and mustered into'
federal service with the 2ndFla.nf on 6 July 1916 for Ilexican Border Uar Ssrvice.
Officers- at this tine iure Captain Shields Warrcn, 2ndLt John B. Sinclair & 2ndLt Joseph-
W. Hands.
The unit was returned to state control c.n 17 llarch 1917 and again mustered into federal
service .for i'A 5 Au-ust 1917.

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C ,Company A 2nd Florida Inf Regt i .-,._______ _______

SCo A 2ndSepBnFST(Oca aRifles), haich served as Co A 1st Fla Vol Regt during the Span-Am War
was reorg in OCALA in 1899. 1 -J
ACTIVE STATE DUTY: 10-20 April 1908 ACA Pensa; 30 Oct-15 Nov 1912-Jax; V- Jan 1913 ACA Ocala
ECGAMIIINiTS: 1903-Jax; 1904-St.Aug-& then on to Mannannas Maneuvers 5-11Sept; 1905-Orlando;
, !1906-StateCampGrounds; 1907-Joint CD Exs,Pensa- Attended Jamestown Exposition; 1909-CpGrnds;
, 1910-Chicamauga.Maneuvers; 1911-1915-StateCampGrounds
,i CAPTAIN: GR McKean; -Ged A Nash' Nov 01; JM Graham $ June 08; 'FE Weihe 11 Apr 13; Edw Drake
6.Feb 15
ilstLT : JC Morehead; CV Roberts 24 Feb 03; JM Graham 2 Jul Oh; WC Dunn 5 Jun 09; CJ Leitner
.26 Jun 11: HC Campbell 7 Nov, 13; .
I'2ndLT : ...Edwards; JN Graham 17 Mar 02; CL Anderson 29 Jul Oh; Joseph Bell 11 Sep 05; WC LDam
i'h Aug 07; "CJ Leitner 1 Jun 10; FE Weihe 20 Jul 11; HC Campbell 11 May 13; FL Booher 13 Dec13;
RL larsh 20 Dec l; -

,]Co A was ordered into active federal service 6on 3 July 1917 for Mexican Border War, with
* Captain Drake, istLt Campbell,& 2ndLt Marsh. The Unit returned to State control on 17 Mar 17;1
Sand served in Ocala until the mobilization of the regiment for WW I on 5 August 1917. 1

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RCI. ESAEDT:1;0 Arl10 C esj3 ot1o 92Ju ~~ca ~ 3 BA cl


Company 2ndEaJInf Eegt

Co B 2ndSepEnFST(LeesburgRifles) which served as Co D IstFlaVclRegt during Span-Am rW'r rcorg
':in LEESBURG in 1899 and served at that sta continuously until its disbandment Sept 1912.
SOn 26 Lay 1906, a platoon of Co B was formed in Brooksville, and the unit was designated CoB-
Si (less 1 Flat), the platoon was disbanded on 29 Feb 1908- and B redesig Co B 2ndFlaInfhegt.
ENC: 1903-Jax; 1904-Mannansas Maneuvers,Va; 1905-Orlando; 1906-StCampGrounds; 1907-JointCoast
i -efExs,Tampa 1908-same; 1909-StCpGrounds; 1910-Chicamaugua Maneuvers 1911-12-StCpGrounds....
,CAPTIN: FCW Kramer 31 Oct 99; Duke Hopson, Sr. 2 Jan 07; BF Davis 12 Feb 10; JA Crcnshaw
4 Jan 1911
I ST LT: '.-A Cunningham; AF Burns; FA Taylor 5 May 08; JA Crenshaw 12 Mar 10;
:221MT: WC.Croom; FA Taylor.$ June 03; BF Davis 29 June 08

Co B 2ndFlaInfRegt org in BROOKSVIUIE on,3 Oct 1913-and served until disb 14 June 1916.
It attended encampment at the StateCampGrounds 191h-1915.
CAPT: C Pii'ce' 6 Sep 13; 1ST LT: HE Turner; JH Henning aptd 3 Jul 15;
2IDLT: L Cook 27 Sep 13; WW Saxon 29 Nov 14...
*1i .* .* \ ^ %. i :
:Co B 2ncdFlaInfregt org 14 June 1916 at KISSIMMEE; with Captain Howard Katz, IstLt Lee Jarrell
& 2ndLt M~i J. Steed. The unit entered active federal service on 6 Jul 1916 for service during
i-the MexicanBorder War; returned to state control on 17-Mar 1917;'GB McCaughen,was aptd 2ndLt
i June 1917; and the init was mobilized into active federal service on 5 Aug 1917,for WWI.
* *. ; *

Platoon Co B, 2ndFlaInfRegt

rP latoon,C B 2ndFlafRegt orn BROOKSVILLE on 26 May 1906. Thezenlisted men were transferred
bidori Co M uhich had been disbanded. The unit served on active state duty 7-8 June 1906;Tr
'attended enampment 1906-StateCampGrounds,Jax & in 1907 JointCoastDef Exs at T am.pa.
Disbanded'on 29 Feb 908

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Company C 2nd Fla Inf Regt

Co C 2n!oSepEnFST (Shine Gds).which served as Co C IstFlaVolRegt'during Span-Am War reorg
in ORLAIDO in 18)99as Co C 2ndFlaInfRegt.
ACTIVL STATE DUTY: 3-22 May 1901 ACA Jax Fire; 30 Oct-15 Nov 1912-ACA Jax Trans strike;
EIC: 1li,-J4ax; 190l-Manassas Maneuvers; 1905-Orlando; ,1906-StateCampGrouhds; 1907-08 Coast
Icf -xs,Tampa; 1909-StateCpGrounds 1910-Chicamaugua Maneuvers; 1911-15-StateCampGrounds.
CATTAnZ: F. Sculler 19 Sep 1899; CB Abernathy 1901; Rich M. Hudson 17 Mar 02; Preston Ayres
12Aug 0; ~F Leu 11 Jul 11;; P Ayres reap-28 Jun 12; EC Moore 21 May 13; HR Chapman 12 Mar 15;
IST LT: F. Sculler 18 Apr 99; HC Robertson; AC Russell 13 Jul 03; Jno 0 Bradshaw 23 Jul 05;
JT hi.,,crd 10 Feb 06; JE. Smith 14 Aug 08; HP Leu 26 Apr .09; EL Moore 11 Jul.11; HR Chapman
30 Jun 13;. i : ,
I 2Em T: Sculler-1899; RM Hudson; Bush; Archie B Russell 12 Jan 03; JO Bradshaw 27 Ji1.03;
S.JT. Har.,ond 28 Jul -05;. P Ayres. 27 Mar 06; HP Leu 4 Dec 08;. EC Moore 6-Dec 09; RT Hammond-.
:3Jan 12; HA Hoffner 6 Jun 13; JW Ferris--;
,Cco C disbanded 14 June. 1916 and reorganized again on 21.June 1916:with Captain Chapman,
l tLt Ayres & 2ndLt Ferris. Ordered to active federal service on 6 Jul 1916 for Mexican
*Border Wlar- retuied to state control on 17 March 1917. Preston Akres was aptd Capt 28 Mar 17;
S.d Beardall IstLt 14 Jun-17; & BW White 2ndLt 28 April 1917.
lThe unit was mobilized into active federal service for WWI on 5 Aug 1917.

ACTIVE ST D2 ay 1901 -Jax Fire N 19 Stg 90-Orlando
CAPA Davis899; Jno D Points 29 Jan ;NCalhou3 Jul 03; RR Price 8 Sep 5
I J+T.+^ T^ J.... 2^ 3 ul 03, .R Price 8 Sep 0.
Is. -- EN Calhoun 8.Sept 02; Jesse D. Buky 13 Jul 03; RR Price 10 Aug 04;
DB Bardin; Reuben E Neck 13 Jul 03; Charles Burt 10 Aug 04;WM H Collins 23 Sep 05.
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Co D org FT.MGRS 11 July, 06; disbanded there 120ctober 08.
EN:1906-StCampGrounds;s 1907-CoastDefExs,Tanmpa 1908- same
AP N: GB Reynolds 26 Jun 06; EJ Johnson 17 Jan 07; Fr Kellow 6 Dec 07;
SST EJ Johnson 26 Jun 06; F.Kellow 9 Jan 07; AW Wintle 20 Apr 07;
-.DLT: F Kellow 11 June 06; JE Yelvington 4 Apr 07-2 Apr 08.

: bD 2ndFla nfRegt org DA CITY on 22 May 1912; disbanded there 18- March 1914.
ACTIE STATE DUTY: 30 oct-15 Nov 1912-ACA Jax trans strike; EEIC: 1912-1913-StateCpGrounds..
CAPTA IN: l e Sturkieg 3 May 12; 1ST LT: AF Price 9d Jun 12; JESTu7 mper 30 May 13;
2ND LT: CW Martin 29 Jun 12; CS Ashbrook 30 Mar 13;

Co D 2ndFl' 1fflegt org LAKEL~Am on 29 Jan 19i1; attended ene at StCampGrounds in 1915;
ga WM Steitz IstLt CA M i416 JufH15)- & 2ndLt CA Wil (12 Jn 15-15 Jun 15) & A Lusk
uly 1$; Unit entered active fed serv or MexBor ar Jul retuned t state control
,on 17 Mar 17; OW Drake aptd 2ndLt 24 Mar 17; unit ActFedServ 5 A rug 1917 for I sate contr
uni. cted~r5 ug 1917 f or Idi, *.

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.Cc.mpany-F2nd Fla Inf Regt

SCo B St.hSepEn (Taapa Rifles) reorg in TAMPA aer the Span-Am Wlar as Co F 2ndFlaInfRegt &
s' served continuously at that sta until disbanded 16 Dec 1912. '
ACTIVE STATE SERVICE: 10-11 Feb 1909 ACA Lakeland; 12-14 Nov 1911 ACA Tampa..
AWARDS: vinnerr Best. Administration 1906 .
LU;CAfiEI T: 1903-Jax; .1904-Mannassas Maneuvers; 190-Orlando;1906-StCpGrnds; 1907-08-Coast
Defixs Tcampa; 1909-StCampGrounds; 1910-Chicamaugua Maneuvers; 1911-12-StateCampGrounds Jax
CAPTAINS: Wilson L. Jewell 1899-8 Dec 03; MH Cohen 8 Dec 03; MP Moritz 14 Aug 07;
1ST LT: H Cohen 8 Dec 99; MP Moritz 27 Nov 03; Alvin E McGrew 2 Sep 07; WF Moon 15 Feb 10;
21Ji LT: MP-Moritz 1900-1903; FO Roberts 8 Aug 03-11 Sep 05; JW Dyke 16 Sep 05-27 Aug 07;
I H Bourghrdcz 2 Sep 07-29 Nov 09; HA Matthews 12 Apr 10; M DeL Mayo 15 May 12.. I

IstCo CAC at PLAT. CITY converted to Co F 2nd Fla Inf Regt on 29 Dec 1912 & served at that
Ssta until disbanded 28 May 1914.
i C/TAIII: RR Tomlin; LD Vestal 13 Aug 13; VB Collins 26 Dec 13;
I 1STLT: L. trickland;VB Collins .22Sept13;
2N1D LT: ED Vestal; JD Steeley 22 Sept-5 Mar 191...

'do F org MAuJCHAULA 6 Jul i4; Encampment 1914-15-StateCampGrounds.
: -CAPTAIN:-JF Stewart 22 June 14; CS Dishong 30 Apr 15; 1ST LT: MB Deeson 29 Jul 14-1 May 15;
!'SH Geisy. 25May 15; 2ND LT: CS Dishong 18 Aug 14; WM Altman 12 Jul 15..Entered fed service far
,Mexican Border War 2- 7J 1916; returned to state control 17 Mar 17,; FH Simmons aptd Captain
::6 June 17; Entered fed serve for JWI 5 Aug 1917; *
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Company E 2nd Fla Inf Regt

SI Co B hthSepEnFST( radford County: Gds) which.served in .Span-Am War.as. Co M IstFlaVol Regt
Sreorg at'STARKE in 1899 as Co E 2ndFlaInfRegt, and served there until disbanded 16 Oct 1915.
SACTIVE STATE DUTY: -3-22 May 1901-ACA Jax Fire; 19 Nov 1903-ACA Lawtey; 10-20 Apr 08-Peinsa ACA
S30 Oct-15 Nov 1912-Jax trans strike;
E21C: 1903-Jax; 1904-St.Aug 190S-Orlando 1906LStCaippGrounds 1907-08-CoastDefExs Tampa;
i 1909-StCampGrds 1910-Chicamaugua- 1911-1-StCampGrounds
CAFTAII: AV Long 8 Sept 99; JR Davis 1900-; 1WLWall 23 Mar 04; RC Heiberger 23 Sep 05;
I:AV Long reap 23 Feb-8 Oct @7; Jas T Willis 1907-1910; 1L Wall reap 5 May 10; DC Jones 22Apr12
SU Turner 10 Jan 14' EA Wall 13 Feb 15.
!1ST LT: JD Alderman; .ML Wall' 5 Jul 02; Otto D. Graff 10-Aug 04; -bhWall 23 Feb 07; DC Jones
S12 Har 1910;
21iD LT: '---Powell WLT'Wall19 Mar 02; HH Ross 29 May 03; JT Willis 23 Mar 07; DC Jone 12 Mar
S08; OW Alvarez 2 lay l ;- ... 1

Org PLANT CITY 5 March 1916 with Capt ED Vestal, lstLt AWWColcman &.2ndLt LE Goodrich.
Ordered into active federal service on 6 July 1916 for Mex Border War, returned to state
control on 17 Harch 1917. Saw active State. Service 4-11 Jul 1917 ACA-Tampa; JB Leffingwell
aptd 2ndLt 26 Jul .17; entered active Federal service. for .WWI:on 5 August 1917...
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I Company H 2nd Fla Inf Regt
Co H org 'GAINESVILLE 1 April 01- ACTIVE STATLE SEhV: 3-221Iayl901-JaxFire; 10-20 Aprl90C-
S"ACA Penza; 30 Oct-15 Nov 1912-Jax trans strike.
SENCA-~MEIT1903-Jax; 1904-I! nnassas Inieuvers; 1905-0rlando 1906-StCampGrnds 1907-U-Coast
SDefE;rs,Tarpa 1909-StCpGrnds; 1910-Chicamaugua lanieuvers; 1911-12-StCjanpGrounds.
'.CAPTAIN: Geo Lynch 1901; Caleb R Layton 1 May 02; JW Blanding 7 Jan 07; CR Layton 27 Apr 11-
S31. T ay 12; SS Smith-- -
1ST LT: ,iCR Layton 13 -May 01; JW Blanding 30 Jul 02; SIelds Warren 14 Feb 07-22 Jun 10;
Sfid damptdo 27TApr 11-31 May 12; SS Smith 20 Jun 12;
2ND LT: 1II Littlefield 13 May 01; JF Seaglo 30 Jul 02; Allen Graham 27 Jul 05; WmD W'heeler
S21 teb 07 EA Taylor 21 Jun 10; SS Smith 4 Sep l.//Disbanded 11 April 13 & nucleus asnd to
| I HqDet2ndfiaInfRegt.,* -
OI. |Org TAMPA 24-Sept 1914-; with, Captain SD Lowry 14 Sep 14; IstLt JW 'White 15 Sep 14; & 2ndLt
AE Mellon 2 Dec 14-18: June, 15. 2ndLt JD Sinclair Succeeaed :Mellon ^oribJiuly. 1915;
The 'unit" 'ras "&rderealintoi active f'd8tal service 'for th MIexicaid-Border War on 2 July 1916-
Pasco Altman became 2ndLt 30 July 1916 & was succeeded by TB'Sparlaian on 11 Oct 1916; the
Sunit' was released on 17 Mar 1917 & returned to state Control. It-served on active state duty
S21 Apr, & 3-11 July ACA 1917; and was inducted into active federal service 5 August 1917 for
World ',Jar I.
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1 Company .I 2nd Fla Inf Regt

Co A SthSepBnFST (IslandCityGuards) reorganized' after the Spanish-American War' in KEY WEST
as Co I I2nd Fla Inf Regt ,'.9-, WS
T STATE SERVICE: 1114 Oct 1909 ACA KeyWest AWARDS:-1906-State Efficiency Pennant;
07-ESmall Arms; 1912-Ef Pennant Assn Trophy for iflery Meit,. 1908- Eff Pennant; Bronze Trophy for
Smalj Arms- 1912-Eff Pennant. 1913 & 191-same
TENCAII/RfflM: 1903-Jax; 1901-Mannassas Marieuvers; 1905-0rlando; 1906-StCampGrounds;1907-08_-
.Joint Uas, Def Exs Tampa; 1909-StCampGrounds; 1910-Chicaaugua Maneuvers; -ll1-l5-StCpGr
CAPTAIN-: L Roberts 00-01; Sam J. Wolfe 27 Jul 04; L. Louis 3 Maneuver 10; JR Stirrup 1911-15-StpGd
J aite2 Dec 12; H Sheppard 26 Dec 13 3 tirru 6
I1STLT: B]) Jenks 18 Aug 1900; Joseph H Curry 27 .Jul O0; Louis Louis .i7 Jan 07; JR Stirrup
i 3 March 10; JR Delaney 6 Sep 11; BJ' Waite 6 June 12; L Baker 24 Feb 13; JW Leon 30 Apr14;
2ND LT:Ch-Brien8 Aug 190- Aug 0; L Louis 27 Jul 04; Jh Stirrup 4 Mar 07; AH Sheppard
3.ar10; Jr'Delaney9 Feb I; Chs Sands 31Oct 11; L Baker 5 Oct 1; J Len 23 Ap 13;
SCE Younge 2 klay 14; WJ Delaney 3 Jan 15-1 Dec 16. O
Unit ordered into activee 'federal service for Mexican Border War on3 July 1916; returned
to StateJul control on17 Mar 1917. J Bell became IstLt on 31JUl.17; & GE Chil'ders 2ndLt on
i18 Jul 19w7--
The Unit. was 'ordered into active federal service' for WWI on 5 August 1917.

Company J 2nd Fla Inf Regt
I .... .... '. as Co K ....
as Co K
Co D 5thSepBnFST(Halifax Rifles) was reorg after the Span-Am war in 1899 in DAYTONA and
served continuously at that sta until disbanded on 2 December 1913...
ACT STATE SERV:0 Oct-15 Nov -ACA JAX I912;3.9AVARD: Corp ChsGardner won 1903 Crosby-Greenleaf
medal for rdflery ENCAMP1ENT: 1903-Jaxt 190--StCAugustine; 1905-Orlandp; 1906-StCampGrouns
1907-0O-JointCoastDef Exs,Tampa; 1909-1913-St Camp Grounds .
CAPTAIS: WW Carter; John M-Parkinson 18 Mar 02-6'Mar 05; Chs L Smith 27 May 05; JDC Norris
23 lar 06; WF Jibb 17 Oct 07-20 Jul 08; NH Clark 11 Sep 08-14 May.10; LJ Cowan 24 Mar 10;
S1T LTS: Fred Caldwell 10 Sep 99-28 Feb 06; Elton M Rich 25 Apr, 06; Neville H Clark 11 Oct07;
Ethn RHich reap 11 Sept 08-14 Mar 10; B Baggett 20 June 10-25 Jan 12;
2~TD LTS: J. Penney 1 May 00; WF Jibb.12 Dec 02-6 Jan.06; NH Clark 10 Feb 06; EM Rich 6 MayO8;
ST Milton.18 Nov 08-14 May'l0; HG Chaffer 20 July 10.. -

I Co K org ARCADIA on 25 Feb 1915 under Capt DN Barco 25 Feb 15-7 Apr 16; IstLt FC Ralls Jr
S25 Feb 15-; & 2ndLt JH.hidden. Aug 15. Encampment State Camp Grounds 1915; unit disbanded
:.14 June 1916 \/a-,7 :L0.141tS/
;;* ;. Y 7
SCo K reorganized again in ARCADIA on 21 June 1916 under Capt iupert Smith, Lt John Whidden
& 2ndLt RatfckHoustuon-- was ordered to active federal service on 6 July 1916 for the Mex-
SBor Uar- .returned, to-State Control on 17 Mar 17; 2ndLt EW Stanley was aptd 17 July 1917;
and the unit-was again mobilized into active federal service for WWI on 5 August 1917.

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Company L 2nd Fla Inf Regt

Co L 2ndFlaInf Regb org MIAMI in 1901()-ACT STATE SERV: 30oct-15 Nov 1912-JaxTran Strike..
iE CRHn'IT: 1903-Jax; 190h-St.Aug; 1905-Orlando; 1906-StCpGrnds; 1907-08-CoastDefExs Tampa;
1909-1912-StCpGr.ounds; .....
1CAPFBINS: JasT Saunders 1902-; JF Jaudon 5 Dec 03; GD Brossier 14 Jan 08; BF Davis 25 Aug 11;
: W.Gibson 29 Dec 11; EC Faudel 29 Jan 13;
S1ST LTS: David W McComb 1902; GD Brossier 10 June 05; ND Coates 1907; RE Coats 23 Feb-9Jun09;
SRMSimpson 13 Jul 09-26 Apr 10; WC Gibson 11 Ma 10; YG Pope 29 Dec 11; HL Smith 12 Apr 13;
2ND LT: CH Miller; TF Jaudon 10 Apr 03; JH May 15 Mar 04; ND Coates 18 Sept 05; RE Coates
23 Feb 08; RM-Simpson 4 Oct 08; WC Gibson 20 Sep 09; BF Davis 11 May 10; YG Pope 14 Sep 11;
EC Faudel 6 Jan 12
Unit disbanded in Miami 1 July 1913- EM transferred to Co M....
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-Co L org WEST PALM BEACH 11 May '1914 & attended enc at StCampGround in 1914-1915..
CAPTAIN: CW Sass 17 Apr 14; HE Ferguson 22 May 15
1ST LT -RHE Fefguson 27 Jan 14; JE Chambers 15 June 15
21D LI: GR Broome 27 Jun 14-2 Sep 15; CH Holtzlaw 27 Sept 15; Chs M. Watson ? 2 Jul 1916..
Unit ordered into act fed service for MexBorWfar on 2 Jul 1916- returned to state control
Son 17 Mar 1917; DF Dunkle aptd Capt; JE Chambers cont as IstLt & BW Hopson aptd 2ndLt...
Unit again ordered.into act'fed serv for JWI-on 5 Aug-1917...
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Company MH 2nd Fla Inf Regt

EM.trans' to Co B
6o I org BROOKSVILLE011 Feb.1902; and was disbanded thereon 26:May 1906. 2ndFlalnf
ENC: 1903-Jax; 1904-St.Aug; 1905-Orlando; upon disbancment
lICAP~fIS- W Croom 10 Mar 02; FL Stringer 16 Aug 04; AF Burns' 21Jul 05;
IST LTS: AF Burns 24 April 03; David McCcmb 1905; GD Brossier 10 Jun 0O;
.., 2 L-TS: Jas N Cook 8 Jun 03; 1LeeCook 6 'Sep 05;
Co 1Morg TAHPA 12 July 06 and disbanded there 20 Nov 09. ACTSTATESERV:10-1lFeb09-.Lakeland
13-1,5 Iov -Tampa; EIICAIFI IT :1906-StCampGrnds-1907-08:CoastDefExsTampa;1909-StCpGrounds..
CAPTAIN: Wilson Jewell 20 June 06; EAAMoreno 24 Dec 06-
1 IS LiS: EA Moreno 6 Jul 06; CA Phillip's 6 Dec 06-25 Feb 08
e2ND.LTS: JJ Jenner 4 Oct 07;

SCo M org MIAMI 19 Jul-911'"ACT STATE SERV: 18 Jan 1912-ACA IMaiii; 30 Oct-15Nov 12 ACA Jax;
ENCAiCJTT: 1911-1915- State -Camp Grounds, Jax.. .
.CAPLrAI4: JF Jaudon 19 Jul 11-4 Jul 12; JD Dill 26 Jun 12; WD Archer 16 Apr 15
t IS LT: JD Dill $ Aug 11; RHHSmith. 29 Oct 12-27 Mar 13; WR Archer 29 Sep 13; JT Wigginton
i23 June 15-15 Oct 16.- ..
S2ND TS: RW McLendon 16 Aug 11-15 Aug 12; EH Smith 5 Jul 12; ED Archer 29 0ct 12;JB Henry
5 Oct 1 -16 Oct 15; n-' King Jr 11 Nov 15-13 Jun 16; Guilford GrFpe 28 Jne 16
' iUnit ordered to act federal:serv 3 July 1916 for MexBord a" urr'o SaM- control on
17 March 1917; and was ordered to act fed serv again for ~I' on 5 August 1917.
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124TH INFANTI.REG, IT 1____ __

The Second Fla Inf. Regt, which consisted of the units listed below, was mustered into the
federal service tn 5 August 1917 sent to Camp Jhccler Georgia, where it was redeZignated
,12TH INFANTTR -REGT -:-sent:to France- as part of the 31st Division-:- there was disbanded and
:..its troopss used as replacements in the'AEF..

.. .Q .Gainesville C .C _Orlando
Q Co Co D Lakeland'
-DAID :Palatka Co B Plant City
SUFLY CO Gainesville Co F .Wauchaula .
I IGunOGi Gainesville Co G Tampa
HospCorzpDet St.1etertzurg 'C' :H Tampa
: Hq lstEn :.....G...ainesville- ...... -Co-.I .. Key-West..
iIq 2ndJn Plant City Co K Arcadia
Hq 3rdl.n ',cst Palm B. CoL West Palm-Beach
Co A Ocala Co M iami { A ) .
Co B Kissimee /


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kAti-Ta:nk Cnmpany, 124th I.f Re- (Tifle, __

S 1-21- :o-itcr GC l4t Li:f org:i.ced JACKSONVILLE 27 April 1921.
Pedesign:t.ed Howitcker Co 154th Inf 7 ijEc'.1921.
S1922- -Act Statc Duty-ACA Jac-:cn:ville
; 1924- !ez sig HIowitzer Co 12lth Inf 28. May 1924.
,1929-' Active State Duty ACA- Mediterranean Fruit Fly Campaign
1930- Third ArnmyManeuvers DeSoto National Forest
1939- : Consolidated with HqCo 124th & original desig' dropped 1 Sept 1939.
I190-' Unit separated from HqCo &' redesign AntiTank Plat, *HqCo 124.th 11 Nov 1940..
Redesig:Anti-Tank; Co, 124th Inf 12 Nov 1940: .
S This organization .onn; .was the outstanding, unit in the regiment, winning the Athletic
C'up for 3 successive years, the Best-Dressed Unit'Cup for two years, and the 1iilitary
i:: Efficiency Trophy for a total of nine years 6f the twelve it had been competed for.
:', Th.. l o';r.t:ct icn p was so the regimental pistol championship tdami, and the Lrigade
7,~ n' Chanipions.
"- if-O' icers in-coiand during this time: ,Capt Alvin Register 1921-22;' Robert A. Towers
2-24;. Levin.H. Arnett 1924-27; Rrederick c. Carlson 1927-29; Frank.Peek 1929-31;
iHarry J. Lewis,Jr. 1931-38f Earle 1. Shine, 1938-; -
: 2 -N 1940- Mobilized into Federal Service for ~JII under Capt Shine, IstLf Sheldon C.
Farker &_2ndtLt Richard G.Kidd, Jr .

LHea.uarLers Company :12h Inf ct (fle)

S- 1920- IIqCoi, Infantryr, FIIC organized ST FETERSEURS 14 Jane. 1920.
1921- Ecdezig Hq Co Ist Inf, FNG 5 Jan 1921.,
R':bsig ICol4th rInf. 7: Dec 1921. -.....
1l''- Unit'.redesigcnated Co L 154th Inf 30:May 122.
C '. a ,nding Officers: Capt George Coslick 1-June 20; John AHIardenberg 24 May 21;
C ..~ --Cramer' B. Potter 10 April -22, '
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I !.-2 ,Itq Co 111th inf' org JACKSONVILLE 7 JuLr -922;-Active-State Service ACA-1922 :
1 92!- Redezig Hq Co 124th Inf 28 lay 1924.... .......
1992/- Act State Duty -AC. I:cditerranear Fruit Fly;.
21935-' rd A:r ~ Mlaneuvers -DeSoto -National-Forrest-,- --
19.- ciritLcr Co, Jaxz..,.consolidated .with Hq Co on 1 Sept 1939.
S 19O0-, designated Hq Co 124 (Rifle) 1 Iay hO; i
Rederi-gnatcd q16Co (l=es "Anti-Tank Plat) on 11 Nov 40 -(AT Plat former. Howz Co)
j rtFdcLigncrtcd Iq Cou on 12 Nov 40-- (Anti: Tank:Corecognied as.Sep Unit)
ilobilized '2 Nov 1940.under Capt Lewis & 1st Lt. Richard B. Sutton.
C'iiandihg Officers: Capt Fred Safay 7"'Jne 22;5 byB. .hittaker' 4 Oct 1930;
.... : "- .. -.... .- .--:Harry. J. Lewis- ..?.....

.cdical Detachment 121;th Inf FRgt (Rifle)

192t Iedical 6Crps, F"IG org LAKE WORTH- 24 July 1920
1921 ,FdEsign? ted dSanitary Det, 1st Iif i Jan 21
S Disbanded-Lake Worth 26 Feb'1921. ... .. ..
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1921 i:ea Dep Det IstFlalnf org SANFORD 19 May 1921
Redesig 154th Inf 7 Dec 1921
"192h'- Redesig l124th Inif 28 May 24
~"- 1926 i-Act-State. Dity-Hurricane -Relief ACA. ... .
.,192u .ct State Duty- ACA Hurricane Relief
i1929-33--ActStt.'Duty-ACA editereanean Fruit Fly Quarantine
.,-1937-, Act Statc Duty ACA Hurricane Relief- : .... -....
S.1940 Redesig Med Det 12,thinf (Rifle) 1 May 0
-..;! bilized into federal service for WI under Major Douglas G. Scott & IstLt
..-Clyde R. -Harris -on 2-5:Nov 9O1940 '


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Service Cco,.any I12th Ii' Pc;v (Riflo)

L -. I 11*- -. .
19:7 0- Supply Company, Inf,.-NG .organized-HASTINGS 27 Feb 1920; was --d.-i.nt ......
: Supply omp Inf 5 Jan 1921- but did not eceivedfederal-recognation-

19217 I March 1921'the Aunit was mo-cd to ST. iAUGUSTIl stationed in the ,St. Frncis
rr k ; rsenal, c coerted tc Service Co (less Band Section).
S 7'Dec 1921-Redesig.ServCCb(less BS), 1Llth Inf

2 rcdesignatd 12t nf -

;I.:3- Act State -jLty- ACA Daytona Beach :'

',190- i.edesignated Service Co,124th Inf, ('Rifle)-1 1-y- ~1940' '
Offiers-in Comandi: John Bron 12 Apr 20; Geo .- Proctor 26 June 20; Francis P.
T-nney. -. Nov. 20; -Alpho 0 Stacer 1 Nv 21; Forrest Davies 3 Jan 22; Randall .
a tc~hrc.n 28 June 22; Roy C. Hallman 16 Iay, 2;. M-ajor :3 M Atkinson tm CO 26 Jan 23
S. Fritz Hatcher 25 May 26; Geo. F. Kendrick 10 Dec 34; on 4 Aug 194o0 Major Waldo Willis
1 asnd as ,Regt-Supply Officer, Capt.Hendricks remaining in comnmid of Uiit.

:1946 0-. obilized for T,"II under Major 1,aldo Willis, Captns Hendricks, Robert T.
... I.:cDi!.rdil Owen 1, Griffin & 1st .Lt .'lace A Daniel
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Li.D 1,2bh JIr. Re'. (Llrifl)

192'0- ~andl c c, HqC, IrL FrIG org ST PETERSBURG 14 Jun- !2520; cor.vcrted to,. Ld c'c, lIqCo
lEt Inf 5 Jan 1421; *iiLJ.jclkd 1 liar 21.
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:. 1921-'.and Section, Service 'Co lst Inf org SANFORD 1 Mar 1921 under Band Leader
Edgar A Ball. ledesig Band Sec, Sv Co 154th Inf 7:Dec 1921
1921- Disbanded 10 Jarn 192..

l1-- Band-Sectin erv Co-156th org JACKSONVILLE -19 MIarch 1924.
.edesig 124ti Inf 28 May 1921
1: .1925-: attached to"Hq: Co 1i24th for' administration 1 JLn 1925 -
1:09 -. Attended Third.Aniyi Maneuvers in DeSoto National Forest ..
': 1940-'.Detached Sdrvice Co and.redesig Band 124th Inf (Rifle) 1. May 40
r ieand lea:ersdurixig this, period: O'Os Joseph Derry iOrvillc 11 Cny.]er, Albert L Fowler
.!,......... n g (16 Nov .: 0) .. .. .
2 Nov 40 I.Mobilized into federal service for WWII uider WO Egan.,

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Heilc trc Detachment 1st 2n 124th Inf Rcgt (Rifle)

S192i- Hq Co IstBn 5lth Inf organized at SANFOED:18 Feb 1924 under IstLt Roy PChittendon.
1925- iDizanJcd for inefficiency 16 July 192., Redesig-12th;28'May 1924
{" :_ *... ... .. ... ..... .. ., -. .. . .

S: 1925; i;Hq Co stBn i24th InfC org 29 July .1925 at' MIM under istLt Niathan S. Noble.
.:"--1928- ; -Act State Duty ACA-- Hurricane, Relief
S1929 Converted to rifle company and redesig Co A 124th Inf.14 May 1929.

1929-, HdqCo 1st Cn 124th Inf org SANFORD under Lt Geo A DeCottes
1929-1930-Act-State Duty for Med Fruit;Fly Quarantine-- -
93- Lt Wilbur 1D. Hofmann abd ,CO 17 Feb 1938
19L0- -Redesig lIq Det 1st' Bn' 1 May 40
9"'b": ilized for fe-deral- service for: WrT 25 Nov 1940 .

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L __C.'ar A 12hth Inf Rcgt (Rifle)

S 1919- I.rt-epCo Inr org DAYTONA 15 Oct 1'19 unJt r Capt Chliestr- i:. Ulson; Capt '..S nead
.cptd 13 i!ov 1919.
1920- '*'inner <-o Tc.liferro 7roihy
1921- fcucsig Co A l.tinrf J ?1 ,pit 'G Il ':z CO 1 June 21; Capt :iG DjhL C 1. I:ov 21;
,.edesi Co A 151th Iru' 7 Dec 21
1922- T'liforro Trophy -'!inner
1921- r..deZig 12lthinf 28 Iiay 21;; Uinrcr Caropu- Cup for BostDrilled Unit in r.et.
1926- Disbanuaed in Daytona June 26
^;" *- -*' ; r:" - *** + -.- ;:.. .... ... .* .
1926- Co A 124thInf org HOLLYW0CD 10 June 1926 -..
1926- Act State Serv ACA- Hurricane Relief
S1929- Disbaided ;ia 1929

1929- :i.o 1stBn 124 converted to Co A on 14I May 29 at MIAMI; 1929-30-ASD ACA-MedFruitFlyQr
1932- .. D ACA Ft lauderd -.le, excort and guard to Cubans
.1935- ASD ACA Tavenier.Hurricane Relief
1936- ASDACA Ft Lauderdale, Guarding prisoner
1943- Redesig 12jthIr(nRifle) My h0; 4 Mobiliz-ed Ior- WW 25Nov h0 under Capt liacFarian
-....... IstLt-John- J-Klein, -2ndLts.-rWalter.G Smith &-Joseph--J Sperice--.
Commanding Officers: Alva F. Carden, WIl Peeples,Jr 26 Jan 31; John G MacFarlan 26 Feb 34.

Co,.i L r,5 12LtI Ir eaict. (ijfle_)

1919- nd Sep Co irNG. rg MIAMI 17 Oct 19
S1921-:Redesig CoE lst Inf 5'Jan21
,: 1,. esi, g'Co 3: B.2 thInD 7--Dec -- .. .
192b- h,'J!-s.ig Co B 12hthlr 2.8 May. 24
1928-' Hurricane Duty ASD ACA
i 9.:'1932- .ict3tatc Duty ACA-guarding visiting Cubans
1935- ActStateDut, AC.-Ilurricane Relief :
S1936- ActStateDuty ACA-Guarding Pres.Roosevelt on Fla visit
190- In. iesig Go A 121 (Rifle) -1-May k0 ... : o ...
Cffic re in Comnand: Capt iHugh Brown, Wilter D'Payne, Robert N. ard 0 Jul 20;
denj 3 Acree 16 June 2 ;- .
.25 i!ov 1940 .iobilized into-federal -service- for i TIi-with-Capt Acree, istLt RSJ Sprague, -
ndLt Rioert' L Turner, 2ndLt Roy WVEddy. 1

Corg- i. C 12bth Inf Rept (Rifie) _____

1920- '6t Sep Co InfFng c.rg TARPOII SPRINGS 12 .pril 1920 under Capt Robert C Shaur.
1921- Rcl-sig Co Cjlstlnf 5 Jan 21; Cap.t Harry Craig .tptd CO 1 Fcl 21; rcdesig Co I
.- y 1921..

Co I roidesig
1921- Co C lztinf scg WEST PALIH BEACH :7 IIly 21 under CIpt Chs II lolltz1.r; U'nn-r 1921
Talifcrro Trophy; r.-,JcZig CoC 1Ith 7 ':c :1 .
1923- C:apt 7-.. I1 Von Eehrcr CGO 27 11zy 23
192 edesig'Co-O-124th Inf-28-2May 1924
1925- ctS~tateDuty ACA- Fire Palm Bcach Hotels in March -
.1928- ActStateDuty ACA-Hurricane Relief
S192-30---ActStateDuty ACA-Mediterreanean Fruit Fly Campaign
193'-; Capt Victor i.Kuschel aptdCO 14 Feb 34
1935- ActStateDfty ACA Hurricane Relief, Tavenier
'I 0 Edesig 124th(PRifle)--1 Hay,40;, mobilized into-federal-service-for W',I2 I, 25 ,ov, 40-
:Tlth Capt r:uchel, lstLt Curtis D. Clement, 2ndLts Oliver W Hartwell & Geo 14 Votaw.

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G' Cooprny 1241th Ini Regt (Iife)

,t ep Co nf FnG r WAUCHA 11 Oct 192 th Capt Chs A Barker
1921- .Cidesig Co D lst Fla Inf 5 Jan 1921 A
7Tdeig Co.,-lst.Fla.-nf 7 May 1921 .- .. .
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9 1" CO D lstFla. rg SANFOr 12 April 1921 under Capt Geo A DeCottes
!dcsig Co D 154tL 7 iJDec 21' e
I923Cpt-.Josph-- Hutchi.on-CO 26 Feb 23.......
1'924- CIcrlcig Co D-12JthIn, 28 -ay 924,
192 LcttStateujcuty.; ACA-Hurriche.p Relief
1928- L',ctStateDuty. ACA-Hlurricane:Relief
196-,Capt C .'h t ._27 Apri e2s 1929M-930- ActStatelDut.,y-ACA Med Fruit Fly CaIpaign
l96- ActStateDuty' ACA-Ct'.di,- Pres US Orlando
1937- ActStateDuty ACA-Daytr~ ia 'rict
1osic: 124th, Int(Rifle) JMay 1940; j'
1 2th. und. (ifpe) lMasy 19BO; iiilizcl into act federal service for WWI.I
1:cv 1O under Capt ashbuir 1d !'-an,':" I 2nLt Kl- Eo Nordgren, 3onie
art.---:r eni Ch;'"Ls Slirad .. B-an

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: :::L:irtr 11 :atl. liin 12th n-L r.ft (. ) ____

123- ;I-. 2d3n Ist. Ila II-r c.rg LIVEOAK ? :..; 1921 i.ith Capt Yn.nJcll 0. Br .
L.,Llc. : l15th Inir ,' Dec c1
S192'- : ir.::n.prcnct'::1 tos !ijr' -.a_ ztatic- chInecd to JACKSONVILIE -
3921- k:cEig ;lq 2ndEn 1!jth IrrLf 2; a; 192: 4
1926- 1;:jor J Alvin .cgiticr CJ -t J:-: 20 LICt 26
19>5:'i- GLa dhiyeJ1 to STAMKE Lu-on apt cf l:3jcr Julian L F:ck: 23 Juhe 27
1920- St:i ch-ned to JACKSOIJVILLE uni.r M:.jo.- Tr-d 3:Jfay 1 Oct 30
S".193^ Sta changed to LIVE OAK under Major Robert G. White 25 HIay 34
15- 'i- ta changed to ST. AUGUSTINE 19 June 37 when MPajor Whit.e was aptd Aa3tAdjiaeniJ 1OI
S.' and again to JACKSONVILLE 11 Aug 37 upon apt of'Major Albert E. Darrs
S(Official change of station given as 23 3ept,37)
1938- ,iajor Fred-Sa-ay- apt'd, CO
; 19iO- Iledesig. Hq;2ndBn 124th (Rifle) 1 May 40O MNajor Na::;ll C Snyder aptd CO 20 lov 43;
S: llobilized iito active federal service for iAII 25 Nov 0 .

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H'L HC-a1quar.'3 Dccltchcnt 2ndBattalion 12ith Inf Regt (Rifle):

i I9- Hq Co 2ndBn154th Irf org JACKSONVILLE 2 Jan 1924 under 2ndLt Albert .E Barrs.
; Redesig HqCo 2ndBn 124th Inf 28 May 24
1927- Converted-todCo G, 11rth _nf 24 Aug 1927.. ;
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1927- ~"C -G -at STARKE converted to Hq-Cq ?ndBn 124th 24 Aug 1927-under Capt Julian Peek;
'Lt Thomas T Long. asnd CO 23 June 27; 1938 -Winner Natnl(State)Trbphy. for Riflery....
;"--394O-': Redesignated iIqDett 2ndBn. 1 May 40; 124t Inf -Regt redesig (Rifle) 1 May h0;
S- Mobilize- -into-federal- service for '2L.I on5- Ndvr1940-l

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'Col.n!,i A L 12 4th Inf Heft (Rifle)

19,2- Brd ,sp Co in- Eng org 11 Feb 1920 at LIVE OAK under 'apt-ZYandell.O.Brown.
1 21- rdigE Ist Fla J 1n 5 l; ptcti rna L flcs 18 June 21; redesign E l5 7 Dec 21;
1913-' Cspt Robert G. ale CO 2' F,-:
192'1- r.ceiri EL 12Lth ..nIay. .2
1929-1930- Act State Duty Mediteranean Fruitt Fly
93- Capt Mahone, Rees Jr asnd'CO 29 Jan 35;'
S91',2 ^ Jczig 12th (Rifl); Winner national ( S.ate)Trophy for Riflery;
I'... bilicd into activelederai sezrice for lr II under Capt-Rees, 1tLIt F M1 Greene Jr.,
a ulU 0 Larfrord, Samuel J. ~iite 2nrits.J Lbuis-~adsworth-Albert E D'urell, '
;: :i.. B enjiain C .:Price .anrd. LeRoy F. Ray.._ -...-.
S; ,: (: Aon, Rrington Tropy for Riflery twice). (eo hi itori listing in jacket

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Con,. .n F 12hth lnfantrv

_920:th Sep Co if sFnG..6rg JACKSONVILLE. 22Sept 1920 under Ca t Gerge -J. Garcia.
191, T- desig Co F IstFla Inf 5 Jan 21; Redesig Co F l4th Inf 7 Dec 21; .-.e-s
192-. Capt Charles J -BnTher CO 5 June 22;
12 U;nt .Albert.t iarrl; l :achl 2); Redesiganted:Co-F 124th 20-May 1924;
1929 30 ledteraean r i Fly. Quarantine Duty ACA Act State Ser'vice
::1937-- .at Firan : ;.iijden C0, GeOct 1937. ..
li990-. 1dlezig 12thl (Riflu) liay 0O.
This unit won the Taiiferro Trophy 1926, .127, 1930-1935, 1938, 1940;
Sr heQGB tph y. i To Rife at scric ( 931l 93_' 1 937. ,
S' o bii c ir. .t... ie..'. srv a unde Capt ,,hidd *en, 1 t Lt-
GeorgeiSears.& 2ndLt James H IJackson- .'-.

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* Company G 2nd Fla Inf Recgt

Co a 2ndFlalnfRegt crg BARTOW in 1899- disbanded 31 March 1905.
Encampmant: 1903-Jax; 19Ci-rMannassas Maneuvers;
SCAPTAIn: WIm Law 1899--; Warren Tyler 9 liov 01-died;22 Dec 03;-TW Gary 16 Mar O0;
1st LT: Warren Tyler 1899--; EErle L.Wirt 29 Jan 02; TW Gary 29 Aug 03; EA Law 16 Mar 04;
SJC IDwlop 8 Jul 04;
--ID LT: WLacy-Boyd 1899-22-Dec 01; EL Wirt 1902;TW Gary lh Jul 03; SJC Dunlop 7 Apr 04;
'JW bil 13 Aug.04-23 Jan 05;

Co G org ST.PETERSBURG 23 Apr 1906- Disbanded 18 March 1916; 1907
ri 'ACT STATE SERV: 30 Oct-15 Nov 1912-ACA JaxFire; 13-14 Nov 14-ACA Riot;AWARD: TaliferroTrolly
- EECAMPMENT: 1906-StCpGrnds;1907-08-CoastDefExsTampa; 1909-SCpGrnds; 1910-Chicamaugua Maneuvrs
1911-1915--StCampprounds." "
CAPTAIN: VN Ridgely -Apr'06; Horace Williams 19 Apr 07; CB Potter 18 Jan 09-21Decl4;
WS Micrrill 2 Dec 14; 1ST LT: H Williams- 4 Apr 06; CB-Potter.19-Apr 07; ET Riley 18 Jan 09-
20 Apr 10; GM Coslick 6 May 10; WS Merrill 15 Apr-19 June 14; GM Coslick reap 15 Jul 14...
2 D LT: CB Potter Apr 06; ET Riley 13 Jun 07; WS Merrill 2 Jun 10-15 Feb 11; JW Booth
i31- Jul 11-22 Oct 13; -CW McMullen 29 Apr 14-11 Dec 15...
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Co. G org TAMPA 9 June 1916- with Capt SG arrison, IstLt HR Horsey & 2ndLt OP Hilburn.
Unit ordered into act fed serv for MexBorderWar 6 July 1916-HR Horsey became Capt 11 Oct 16
S-& JB Sinclair IstLt 6 Nov 16. Returned to state control 17 Mar 17- OD. Hlbur became IstLt
S20 April 1917 & VT CovinEton 20 Apr 17- Unit perform actStateServ 21 Apr 1-ACA & 3-11July
.. 1917-.CA- and was mobilized into act fed serve for-WWI on 5-Aug 1917.

*' Cor.p G 6!th Inf Regt. (Rifle)

1920-. th Sep Co org LAKE CITY 17.Feb.l1920 unler Capt Talmadge ,G Young;.
i 191- Redesig Co 6 1st Fla:f j Jan 21; Tho H BDates-Tenp CO 19 Jan 21; Clinton V McClurg
.- ,CO 8 IIr 21; Rdtesignat d Co H-lst- Fla- Int-7 'y 21;.; ..
*ed G- H -. l -,.,-.y ;

1921- bCo-H at STARKE,-redesig Co G 7 May 21; Redesig G 15th 7 Dec 21;
1924- Redcig Co G 124jt, 20 May 24;
; 92 i-Rdesig IIqCo IndEn 124 24 August 1927.
Of'flicers inCoimand: Capt--Archibald Thc-L 16 Mla-21; Julian L Peek 31 May 22.
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1927- HqCo 2ndBn JACKSONVILLE-redesig Co-G -
19 ', -:Captcifbi D-CI ke)apt CO 22 Sep 1927.
193-1- Capt ..lrcln C Snyder aptd CO i5 June
1, lr- I.edecig 12)th Inf (ILifle)- l-iay --- -
Capt.Robert B HIarknec aptd CO 23 Nov ;0; .N
l bilizd n 25 Noi v D un~er'i0api Harkness, 1st Lt Alphonr e Fritot,2ndLts Ball,
;Fraheis A Swope -Shelton H Pierce :(att)-& ;Sandford C Tolbert (att).
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Ccnriij I 12).fh iiuantri-,-LIj:t (Eifle)

1921- Co I Ist Ini org 21 Ilar 21 at WEST PALM BEACH rith Cqpt Charles H. Holtslaw
F.ideCsig, Co C st Inf 7 May 21....
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1921- Go C at TARPON SPRINGS redesig Co I 1t Inf 7 MAy 1921 under Capt Harry W Craig.
1923- Jizbanied 2' I1ay 1923.

1923- Co I l1hth Inf org;at PALMETTO 20 Dec 1923; under Capt Caius A Rowlett.
192hf Rcedesig,'124th Iinf 2 II.-y 24 ---...... ........
S'19c27. Act State.D-ty. ACA Tampa -Riot --- '
1929- ired 1-I Conde aptd Capt 27 Apr 29; .
Sked Fruit Fly'Duty ACA A.ct State Servidc 1929-30- .
--931 -Chester--Talbot Brow. apt CO 10 Jul -31; .
1932- Oscar M Maynard Trophy Winner
19;3- 3ujnice H& 'Bell CO27 Oct 33;
--193,- Fred '7. Kushmer CO 18-Feb 35 .
19374 ,Taliferro Trophy 1Virmer
194c- l.desig-12ith Inf( (ifle) -1 -lay 40o;
,--25 rov 40- Hobilized with Capt--Kushmer ,-stLt Burnice II. Lell,--2ndLts Robert V Link,
-'-m j G Lundy & Charles M. Nabors

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Hq ,iet 3rd Sn 124th inf Ie'gt (jifle)

t'' 1923 CoI I-54uthinr converted to HqCo 3rdBn at TARPON SPRINGS 25 S.ay 23- IstLt Claire e
3. 192-- rIFdesig HqCo 3rdBn 124th 28 M-ay 24 -C
9 ?2- Unit -i..sbrnded,- ~June 192 ... .,

S H Co 3rl n 12,4ti Inf org ORLANDO 10OJuly 192. -
192c-a f'.CD-e.CA hurricane RFlief
1927 'Tapa JaAil otoACA5 --- -
:-929930--;3D AC' IT!edFr-uit, Fl, Campaign-.-.. .-----. .
1;3L- Third Army ;aranuvcr: DeSoto National Forrest
19!0- IHiet 3rdE 121th In redesig (Rif3le 1 I
i ficers in-comaand--(duiring--this r:riod:-lst Lts: Bradford W-1hite,- Edwin- P,.Beeman,
-- iS Morgan,. Thomnas H.~Rowe, Donald E Dungar, Edward T Walker,: Luther W Tilden.
25 '..v 190l I MQbilized into active federal service WWIIUnder'Lt Tildeni -

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coCom.an K 12,1th Inf Re-t (ifle)

'192.1- Co KI 1st Inf org ORLANDO 2$ March 1921 inder Capt Preston Ayres.
1 .- 92 rPedesig C6b K54th Inf 7 Dec. 21
S -' Talif rro Tr i r ... ... : ....
S192 --eig Co K 2c lay 24; Taliferro Trophy 'inner
1925- Taliferro Trophy Winner
:1927- Act State E.rv- Tampa Rio-ts
1929- 0--A.ct State Serv. Meditcreanneen.Fruit Fly Campaign
1936- Act-State Serv- Guarding rro's of US
I'*1937- Act State S.rv- Daytona
1914- Riadesig 124t( Rifle) 1 M1ayO 0;
-25-: ov 1940- federal service -for U-I : ..I.
C:: ler. in command during this period: Capt3 Preston Ayros. C. Price 29 June 25 .
',' ; 'S Morgan 3 Sept 30; Robert Clair Davis 29 June 34; EdwardT Walker 1 Nov 40...

7 1st In
1921- q 3l na/or6 TARPOI SPRINGS under .Ma.ori -J I-Hennig on 9- May 21 'Redesig 14ti i-In'--

1925- n of St to OADO ue major Prebton Ayres 18 June 1925 --
192;- Chrae oBf 3ta tRPOPALMETTO under Miajor Cai-us Augustus :Rowlet 2 May 29; ,-< .
190 -LT.desig,12hth (iifle) 1 ;Hy .. .
-. 4ChLnge of Sta to ORLAfIDO undcr Ijor: Ecbecrt Clair Davis: 17 Oct .
;;, -!j:bilized into federal1 c-rv/ice for. '.II nlnder l;ajor Javis on 25.Nov 1940,.

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1921- CL 1 1st Inf org SAINFORD 12 April 1921 uith apt Geo. A DeCottes .
Ree:dcig Co D 1st Inf 7 Hay 21 .
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1921- 8th Sep Co at WAUCHULA,u'hich was redesign Cob D stFlaInf 5 Jan 21, redesign
... Co-Llst--Inf-7 May1921- IeedesigCo L. 15th Inf 7 Dec -921;
1922- Urit disbanded in Wauchaula 30 May 1922.
Officers in Cominand: Capt Ial-Altmnan Jolhn B Bird 13 Dec 21.

1922- HqCo 154th Inf it ST PETERSBURG converted to 'a linic 'and;redesig Co L 30 May 22,
under CaptCramer.D Potter. .... g Co My
192);- fedesig Co:L 124th Inf, 28 May 1924. .'
192l Unit -Jisbilded at St. FPete 6"Aug 25-;: ..
t ,. .._ .. W .... -J..'- -. --.. :...:. .. .: '' *' ^ ----- .. -" "@ .-..
12 ,
1926- i C. L/org-BRAlNTON with Capt- Francis N Therii6,dt "6 16'r8 926.: ,.....
1927- ,AD$ ACA-Hillsboro -lJail. Riot...... .....
192"-30-- ASD.AQA ,Med Fruit Fly Quarantine CGapaign:.,
;':""1937- rn ri Cc;r ilahr C u- MIostEfficieit Cd'C 12ithiTnl Regtmntit Banner for. Best Co-,121ith;
.n-- :ary Turck bd Cup for-est .Dill Co-- ......
'1936- DeSoto Maneuvers, Third Army-,DeSoto National Forqst
194C'- Desig 12fth(Rifle) 1 !-O 40; James Stewart Joyner pitd Capt. 16 Nov 40; Mobilized for
fed sirv-.y~ hI 2? :Ic; 0 under Capt Joyner, '.IstLt. hJThcmas,2ndLts M&BStinson & Alfred 11
Deniis (att) j

Ccrnaivr n; 124th Inf Regt (Rifle)

1920- Machine Gun Co org BROOKSVILU~ under Capt Jay H .Henig..19 Feb. 1920. (2ndPlat,IG. Co
org'same,date in Marianna)
i---1921- Redesig MG Co lstInf 5 Jan 21; tedesig Co M lstlnf.7 May 21; Capt CN Hobb ashd CO ..
i:: .. : ,:13 May 21; .:Redesig.Co M lSth' Inf- 13.'Dec .21;_. 2ndFlat disbanded in.Marianna 28 Dec21
1924+- 'Converted to 31st MP Co 4 June 1924- not federally recognized and disbanded.

S1924h, Co M 124th organized TALLAHASSEE under Capt CN Hobbs 26 June 24
192'i::' I're Henry Davis aptd Capt 1 Fob 27;
1?- 29 -30-ASD--AGA-M'editereanean Fruit Fly Quarntine Se-rice
1929- Capt.Hugh L.. Mays CO 6 April 29; 1932 Cdhens Big Store Trophy for Best Dressd Unit; .
i ,1937- '"Iapt HenryfVl:;cll-an,Jr. CO $ Jan'TOT. "
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; 19 0-.1 Desig 1i thInf (Rifle) 1 May 4 0-
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1921- l Ist InI org JACKSONVILLE 6 June 1921 unier Col. faynmcnd C. Turcl.
'1 i..cignated HIq 154hth Inf 7 Dec 1921.
S 1925- I d3:signatcd Hq 12hth Inf 28 lia;y 192L
1925- Change of Station to PLANT CITY uidcr 0ol. Vivirn Collins 7 Oct 1925.
15 29- Change of Station to JACKSONVILZ under Col Chester Wilson 26 Jan 1929.,
1 9: -. Col rreston Ayres aptd CO of Regt i- July 1934.
.19hO- -.lcignatcdHq 124th Inf Regt (.Rifle). 23 March 1I1i0.
Col Joseph C. Hutchison aptd CO-27 August 1.9L0.
C6l-Fred A Safay aptd CO 19 Nov 1940. .
o,.._ ilizcd' into federal service 25 hov 19h0 with Col.Sa-ay, Lt.Col Caius A Rowlett,
lMajor Albert E. Barrs, Capt Robert I., Hill, Major John T. Jenner, & IstLt John N.

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,th CA,'- cont... '

1925 7 The.lst Separate Battalion converted and redesignated the 265th CA Bn (HD) on 22 July;
Thel 06th Motorcycle Co relieved from 31st Div & redesig l46th Motorcycle Co 4thCorpsQMT on
10 Sept; -:- .........
!.' 1926 Btry B,265th and the 146th MotorcycleCo performed ActStateDuty ACA-Hurricane Relief
3; --South Florida 19-29 Sept; -: '
1 '1927 ,MedDeptDet 265th org in Jacksonville on 2 Feb; Btry C 265th org in Miami bn 11 Aug;
S1928 IBtry C' 265th performed ActStateDuty ACA Hurricane Relief 17 Sept-4Nov So Fla Area;
,:-1929 ActiveStateDuty,,-Fruit-Fly-Quarantine 6 April 1929- 30 June 1930 -(elements of 265)
aterzy/-D organized Daytona Beach on 1 July; ActStateDuty ACA-Hurricane Relief Key West on
28-29 Sept by Btry E, 265; Battalion redesigiated 265th CA (HD) on 29 Nov; and on 29 Nov
146th-Motorcycle Co converted to Btry E, 265; --

S1930 Effective 1 January 1930, the following redesignations took place: Battery B at
SKey West redesign Btry -E;- Battery C at Miami redesign Battery D-; Btry D at Daytona Beach
iredesig Btry C; Btry E at Jacksonville redesig Btry B, and the following Bn assignments
Within the regiment were as. follows: 265th ,C (HD) i-
S ...... -- -Hqlst-Bn -' Jacksonville -, -Hq 2ndBn --Miami-
tryA Jacksonville Br atr Mi
Btry B Jaksonville :Btry E Key West
i!an S c. l .y 26_th/ gize Daytiona "etruaryet \
BS 'tH Btry 265th orgnized iDay ont 2C _erLary & Hhtr.y redesig HqBtry(lessBandSec)

(:.I C265th CA (HD) & prior units) (1888-19"1)

.,The real start of the Coast Artillery in Florida dates from 1923,_when the 1st Separate
SBattalion, CAC was -rgiaized in Jacksonville; however, however the history of the units
prior to formation of the Battalion is given as follows: -
188 island Cit a K West.
'1888 "Island CityoGuards" organize June;- Redesig Co "A" $th Bn, FST in 1893;
,Redesig Co I 2ndFlalnf-in 1902; Federal Duty for Mexican Border War-21 June 1916- 17 Mar 1917
Slunder command of Capt Arthur H. Sheppard; mustered into federal service for WWI on 5 Aug 1917,
-'redesignated.Co I 124thInf; sailed for France on 16 Oct 1918 where men used for replacements
-:at the front; Mustered out 14 Jan 1919;
.1921 -. 1st C6 CAC organized Jacksonville 25 May 1921;
i;:- .. -114th-Motorcycle Co QMC org Jacksonville-28 Sept;

'I22 e st Co CAC redesignated 437th CA Co on 29 May;
1923 -. Co l .12thInf in KefyWest reorg and redesignated 438th CA.Co on 29 June; and on
i November 1923, the 1st Separate Battalion, CAC, FNG was formed in Jacksonville, with
the 437th redesig as Btry A & the 438th redesig as Btry B, 1st Sep Bn, on 9 Feb 1924;
HqDet, 1st SepBn organized s/d in Jax,.and Capt Mayre R, Woodward assnd Bn CO;
1924 On 4 April the 1st Sep Bn redesignated 1stSep-Bn CA (Harbor Defense); Camp of
jIh sruction held at Fort Monnoe'Va 1-15 ^ug; i.

A CA.(cont)

'1932 Hq 2nd Bn 265 moved to Key West on 1 Nov 1932;
S1933 Btry E ActState Duty ACA-Security of Deposed Pres of Cuba on 14 August- Key West;
Btry C ActStateDuty ACA-HobViolence Daytona Beach on 4 Dec;

1934 Btry D 265, ActStateDuty Miami ACIA 19-26 Oct 1934;

1935 ActiveStateDuty ACA-Hurric&ne Relief at Islamorada 28 Feb-13 May 2ndBn 265th;..
..ActiveStateDuty ACA-Hurricane Relief at Matecumbe & Homestead 3-11 Sept Elements ;
Pattery D disbanded in Miami on 15 Nov 1935;

-1936 -. ActiveStDutyACA-Protectn of Pres of USPortEverglandes -on 23 March- Btry C 265th;
SBattery D organized in Pensacola on 30 March;..

'1937 Major Percy L. Wall asnd Battalion CO on 2 March 1937;

1938 --

1939 Battery G organized in Ocala on 23 October; Battery F organized in Miami 29 October.


.-5th CA (cont.)

.19h0 In January 190,..the following battalion assignments weremade. ....
S.Hq IstBn Jacksonville Hq 2nd Bn- K West
A Jacksonville Key West
i~~B. -' : B-- JackEonville -- F.. -... -- --Miami-- ----- ..- ... -
c c- Daytona Beach G Ocala
D Pensacola H Inactive
On 1 March 19O0, Bapd Sec(HqBtry) 265 redesig as Band,265th, & HqBtry(less Band Sec)
redesign HqBtry 265; -- .
SOn 26 March Hq2ndBn moved from Key-West. to Jacksonville; ..on 15 April Co G reorg &.
redesig Bearchlight Battery} Btry D redesig Btry.C and Btry C redesig Btry'D same date;
and on 17 April HqBattery-TstBn'& HqBattery 2ndBn" both -organized in Jacksonville.

.1941 The-entire Battalion, LLS constituted be ow, inducted into federal service for duty.
inWorldWarII on 6 January 19414.....
.. Hq&HqBtry- Jacksonville
S_ ..... Band ..Miami ... ...
Search BtrOcala
M- edDet Ja -
HqHqBtrylstBn- Jax- ..--...:-. -,. -- HHqBtry. 2ndBn Jax .. .. -
A -gy FE Key West
C Pensa F i ..
D Daytona ,. .-..... ..-... (over)

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/ Miami, Key West, Jacksonville
Headquarters 2ndBn 265th CA (HD) GG (1 Jan 1930 6 Jan 1941)

1930 Hq2ndBn 265thCA asnd at Miami on 1 Jan 1930; with Battery D-at Miami and Battery-E at-
-|i Key t1 stoc'posng the batta ion. Major Gail B. Mansfield CO;
S1932- Major W. V. Albury asnd Bn CO on 2 Nov 32, and Bn Hq moved to Key. Wast n 1 Nov;
1935- ActSDuty,ACA, Islamorado 28 Feb to 11 May 1935;
: 1940- On 22 Jan 1940 Bn assignments made: Battalion Hq remained in Key West, Btry E in
Key Westf in Nhmi, G in Ocala & E Inactive; Maj EV Garcia asnd CO of Snd Bn on
., 19 Mar 1940
2ndBn Hq moved to Jacksonville.on 26 Mar:1940;

1941- Inducted-into federal -service for WWII ,. /' .iV ./ ...

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1924- amp of Instruction, Fort Monoe, Va 1-15 August 1924.
S '.-desig 1st Sep Bn, CA (HD) on h April 21924 (GO 18-24)

.1925- ed!esig; HquJIqlet 265th CA Bn-' (1ID) 22'July 192 0(C0 83-2 5)
192 Lt. S tle- S Earchan asnd DetC0O 1 July 1926,

L 13b Lt nc
iS.l 29- iq redesi.g 26.th Coa ,.,Regt (D) 20:Nov29.

S1923- Ist redesign, Hq&HqBtrn CAC (lessta ackso on 1 October 1923anSe) 26tHhetCA.RestS(D) CCov .1929
7 on s dae de::CaptaYre '.C ood ,ard asnd Ciocf Battalidn Lt Leon E Captldron Wadron

-1940-' l try- (less -Band Sec) 265th redesign as .iqBtry 65th 1 iarch 1910
191- Entire rLcciLr" t inducted into federal service 6 Jan 191.
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-- 2. -

(25 Feb 1930- 6 Jai 19L1)
.Band,-2_65th Loast Artillery_

1930 _.nd SsJioEn, H rBtry_.26k^ _CA(HD) organized w/sta Miami on 25 Feb 1930;
'WO Caesar LaMonaca asnd Band Leader; Lt. Thomas J. Kelly asnd CO of Band on 3 Mar.;

19h0 Band Sec redesign Band, 265th CA' (HP) 1 Mar 1940 (GO 3-19)0)

1941 Inducted into Active Fed Service for 7W1II on 6 Jan 1941 (GO 1-hl)

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51st Div Band

,- rcihihi k h. .,er', 265tn Cu Regt (un) "

S1?%- eiry G 26th CA He- ,- "
1h C organized nd redesi ated Searc li try 265th CA
.19 -11 t r .e t Le C, .ozier, IstLt E nCest J,. Little and
S hO- i .luct..l into Acti, e 1, c ..... '" ":.......... J".... a n
r9h0- ct.rl into Active rd Srvice for 1Io 6 Jan 191.

F -- --

I 2 Feb 1927- 6 Jan 19L1)
Medical Detachment 265th Coast Arty (HD)

'((1924 Med Det, 1st Sep Bn CAC org in Key West but not federally recognized dub to NGB
.... Restrictions- Men transferred to BtryB, lstSepBnCAC))

... .. ... :. .
927 MedDeptDet 265th CA Bn (HD) org in Jacksonville on 2 Feb 1927; Capt G.W. Richardeon CO;

1929 Capt WWBgers CO on 29 Febr 1929; ActSDuty ACA-FruitFly'Quarantine 28 April-
j apt WBg Keating asnd to unit .30 Sept 1929; Redesig 265th CA (ID) 20 Nov 1929;
1i934- Lt. W.C. Bayless asnd CO 2 July 1934;
.193 ActSDuty-Islamorado-Hurricane Relief 28 Feb-11 iyW 1935;
ActSDuty-Homestead 1 11 Sept
19h1 Capt .Alexander M. Manson asnd CO 4 Jan 1941;
S Entire Bn inducted into Fed Serv for WWII on 6 Jan 1941;

SHqHqBtry Ist Bn 265th CA (HD) FNG
:- --- ---- I -- /P.* /3o -
HqlstBn 265thCA, (~__ organized Jacksonville on 7-Dee19 9; Maj Percy L. Wall CO
1937 Capt PennyWell F. McCall asnd CO- July 1937;
S1940 Capt Stanley S. Barchan asnd CD 19 March 194(;
HqBtry Organized in Jacksonville on 17 April 1940; Lt. Conrad Mangels, Jr., CO;
S1941 Induction into Act Federal Servfori WWiI on 6'Jan 1941 (GO 1-1941)

IHq&HqBty148th AAA Bn (SP) (in conj w/HqBtry2ndBn265thCA(HD))

Battery A 1stBn 265th CA (HD) (25 May 1921- 6 Jan 1941)

S1921 1st Co CAFNJorganized in JacksonvillU on 25 May 1921; Capt King Dorsey, 1stLt
.11 J.C. Heideureich & fndLt Stanley S. Barchan ; In AugEEt Capt Mayre Woodward asnd CO;
I r
1922 Redeiig h37th CA Co on 29 May 1922;
I 1923 1st Sep Bn CAC formed 31 Oct 1923; & the h37th redesign Btry A 1st SeD Pn on 9 Feb 1924
S1924 Bedesig 1st Sep Bn CA (HD) on 4 April 192h;
S1925 Bnredesig a Sa 22 July 1925;
1926 -ACA- Hurricane

S1928 ACA Hurricane- Sept
S1929 -ActStateDuty, DeLeonSpring Fruit Fly Quarantine 29 April-15 July ;
Bn redesign as 265th CA HD) FNG on 29 Nov 1929; Capt R.F. McCall asnd CO 13 Dec 29;
193 Hurricane. -
1937 C apt WE Thigpen-CO 20 Sept 1937;

i' Btry G;18thAAABn

:Oi cala
,(23 Oct 1939 6 Jan 19hI)
'I ,r :.. IN ~s y 265th CA (HD) FIG

. 1939 Baptery r 26_th.'CA~11i organized at QfAal.pn 23 Oct 1939 (0G 11-39);
S Capt Henry C Dozier asnd CO; ErnestJ. Little IstLt & Charles E Meadows 2nd Lt.;
1940 Btry G reerg & redesign gerchlight Btry 264th CA- (HD) on 15 April 1940 ( GO 4-40);

Co E 12hth Inf

1940 Capt James B. Cato COi15 April 1940;
1941 -Inducted 6 Jan 191h (Go 1-h1)

(28 Sept 1921- 6 Jan 19.1)
Battery; B ltBn 265th CA (HD))

1921- o1tyho arc-le Co MCO organized 28 Sept 1921; Lt Edw V. Garcia ashd CO; Louis A.

92h ?2 Redesig a e c on 28 May 192;
S1925 Relieved fm assignmentto 31st Div aand redesign .16 oto ja c Qrai
n .i O Se p 9 2 5 (G O 1 0 -2 5 )

S1929 De andActSDuty on 18 April1929; Converted into Bt 26th A on 29 Nov 29;
S1930 Redbsig as IlAt ]Qn 1 an 1930;
1940 Lt John B. Morrissey a d.CO on 27 Mar-1940;.,.Lt.AV- Boswell-asnd CO on 13 June 1940;-
19 Iducted into A(28 e r on-6 Jan 191921- (G Jan 1941)
19'; Lt John, B. Worriss .. CO on 13 June-19h01 ...,

i! ~-

S:tr' '3 2'th CA. Iegt (HI)D)

"Isla'r. .ity Guar:1-" i:hich ware rg in KEY WEST June ICC, r,:eisig Co A 5th2n FST in 1 S3,
fidcsig J..) I 2ndFla Inf 19902, ,-' lt d t for e:.-: Corlder 1916-;.usterod into fed er-: for '."LT;
-redesig'Co I 124th Inf in ]91C-musLerd c.ut 14 Jan 1919

1923- iLoorg and rcdesig as the .3Cth1i CA Co on 29 June 1923; Capt Jchn R. Delaney -.ltLt
T... Spottim.old, 2nJlIt W.J. ..:trous- unit assigned to lst3cpDn CA on 31 Cct 1923;
1924- ,adesig Etry.B IstSepEn CA,FST on 9 Feb 1924; Ecdejig Etry B IstSepEn CA (iD) on
4 April 192L; Cppt i.J. Watrous asnd CO ;.I June 24;
1925- hai.dsig Etry B 25ith CA En-(ID) 22 July 1925;
1926-Capt lielvin E..Ru-sell ssznd CC 12 Feb 26;
1928-Capt IW Albury CO,10 Iov 28;
1929-Act St-te Duty ACA -Hurricane Duty 28-29 E cpt 29; 2&/tr-v 2-y -v/Ly
1930- Rqdesig Et.ry E 2(5th 1 Jan 1930.

.:1930- -'t~- E 265th under Capt dw V. Garcia redesig Etry B-265th-I -:Jan 1930y/s JACKSONVILLE
'19L0- Lt Jchn B. Morrissey asnd CO .27 March 194D- Lt AV Boswell asnd Cd 13 June 40;
1941- nriduct.d:into Tederdl service for '..crI on 6 Jan 19* ,

SSEtter,' 'c 265th CA Regt. (MD)

i 1927- ELi C 265th CA 'Bn (HD) org 11 August 1927 in MIAMI with Capt Gail Mansfield.
j1928- AtStateDuty-ACA Hurricane Relief TPBeach'16 Sept 1928
j' 1929- r. Jaig 265th CA Regt (HD) 20 Nov 1929; Capt RogerCartera-snd CO 16 Dec 29;.
S1930- L.:-l2Eig Etry D and asnd to 2ndBn, / ./ o .. .. .
.i.' "
1, 1930- try D 26th at DAYTOA- EEACH under Capt JO lMcNamara redesign stry C and assigned 'to..
,; /- stBn. /
S.1933-ict He-ber Couchiian -asnd CO 19 May 33;--Act State -Duty ACA-Mob-Violence at Daytona 4 Dec.
9; ?36-Act Stat Duty .ACA Guarding Pres of U,S. on 21 March;-CGDB Trohy- IRBlatches(P)
1937-Act 3tate Duty ACA 1 Jan 37- Capt 11K Ballough CO 2 July 1937;
1": ioL-re.darig Btr- D 265th 15 Apiil-1940. -- ----
/*, I .. .. .3 *

,19 40-'t I-r D IENSACOLA :;'cig Etry-C 15 April 1940--nder Capt Arclhbald S ~lls.
C'. apt i4 Dailcy asndl0.C.9 Sept. 40. ...
S19!j- Inducted into fed serve for WWJII 6 Jan 19li1.

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SP 'ensacola
(30 Mar 1936- 6 Jan 1941)
Battery C 265th CA (HD) _(30_ _____________ 6 n

S1936 aljagt L organized Pensacola on 30 March 1936; Capt Archibald S Mills asnd CO;
SIstLt Em Dailey; 2ndLt Sam Pasco, Jr.
S190 Btry D asnd to 1st Bn wi Hq in Jacksovnille on 22 Jan 19401 Redesignated Btry C
,1 ; on 15 April 1940; Cp t EE Dailey annd-CO on 9 Sept 1940;
.19 .l, Induction of Units into AFServ for WVll on 6 Jan 1941 (GO l-l41;

/ --

Btry 265th AAM Bn

Batter, D 265th CA (HD) __ (11 Aug 1927- 15 Nov 1935).

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1927, Ir- C 2651h. CA Bn (HfD) organized 11 August 1927 in Miami; Capt Gail Mansfield CO;
1928 ActSTDuty ACA-Hurricane Relief WPB on 16 Sept 1928;
1929- Redesig 265th CA (HD) on 20 Nov 1929; Capt Roger Carter asnd CO on 16 Dec;
1930 Redesig Bt and asnd .to 2nd Bn;.
S1935- ActSDuty-ACA- Islamorada 28 Feb- 11 May -...
ActSDuty-ACA-.Hurricane Relief :5-i1 Sept;
Unit disbanded on 15 Nov 1935 (GO 12-35);

-.1 .- ::- ; -: ** / *** ..*. .. . '

S* Daytona Beach
;'; (1 Jul 1929-6 Jan 191l)
Battery D 265th CA (HD) (1 Jul 1929- 6 Jan 19_1)

929 Battery D 26th CA,(Hd org Da na Beach on 1 July 1929 (GO 25-29); Capt J. 0.
McNamara Co; Redesig 265 CA (HD) on 20 Nov 1929;
930 Redeig Bl andd a s ed to 1st Bn(/ f o *
5933-Capt HeberCouchman asnd CO 19 May;
ActSDuty ACA Mob Violence Daytona on h Dec;

936-- ActSDuty ACA Pres-of US on 21 March'7 4, < L!49 7 /P() -
1937 ActSDuty-ACA 1 Jan 1937; Capt WK' Ballough CO on 2 July 1937;

940 Redesig Btry D 26Uth 15 April 1940; Capt FHB .Couch..CO on 1. Oct 1940;

1941 Inducted into ActFedServ 6 Jan 1941 (GO 1-1i)

1 th .... : .... .

Btry D JIh8th AAA bBn

,;:i-.-tEr- D, 265th CA rnet (HD)

1;2)- E1r. D 26ct.h C. EBn (HD) org DAYTONA BEACH 1, July 1929 urndr Cq't J. 0. McNanara;
ST-P2ig:, ,t.d Cth CA (Egt (ID) 20 Nov 1929.. .' .-
1930- F. .zig Lti-y C and =rciEnd to 1st Bn 'lJani 1930 ..
i g *. ..*..
S1930- Er-y C r-: eig Dtry D I:Jan 1930 and -asnd to id-Bn -in MIAMIunder Capt Roger Carter'
i935- :Act S'te Duty ACA IzCroi'aa 28 Feb -11 Ifay 1935; also ACA_ Hurricane Relief. 11.. Sept.
S Unit dicbaearitd 15d :v 1935 ,

i936- E. ry D org PESACOLA 30 Harch 1936 under Capt Archibald ills, 1 stLt EE Dailey
j nJlt SL Facc-J co r
19 I0- Lnit. a trL to IstCn 2" Ju-i 0;
Ri Asig Ltry C 15 Arxill1940;

1|9LO- I_ T.pril 1,S0, ,tr- C in. DAYTONA BEACH redjig Btry .D under Capt WK Ballough.
: Ca,:t Fi5' Couch asnrd .C 1 Oct 190; .
19, -Iluctecd nto active: fEd -ervice, for W/II on,6 Jan 19 1.

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(1888 6 Jan 19l1)
_ BatteryzE 265th A D) ____

1888 'lsland.ty Giard" organized Key West d ng June 1888
1893 Red~sig Co A 5thPn State Troops / n ess ;'-SI r IIIn dW ; I" .j

1902 Redesig Co I 2nd Fla Inf
1916 Federal Duty for Mexican Border June 1916:- Under CO'Arthur H. Sheppard- until
1917 i 17 March 1917; .on 5 Aug 1917 tered-into fed serve for WIVI; Redesig Co I 12th Inf
1919 sailed for France on ly Oct 1 used for replacements- Mustered out 14 Jan 1919;

1923 Reorg & redesig as the h CA on 29 June 1923; Capt John R. Delaney, IstLt
i 'R.F. Spottswood, 2ndLt WJ. atrous-
Unit assigned to 1st S Bn CA on 31 Oct;

1924 Redesignated Btrv B st Sp Rn A, FST on 9 Feb 1924;
i; Redesignated Btry 1s Sep Bn CA (HD) on 4 April 1924;
Capt W J Wtrous nd CO on 31 June;

1925 -:Redesig B HD) on 22 July 1925;

ryA 712th over

(17 Apr 1940 6 Jan 1941)
qattery 2ndBn 26 th C (HD)

S1940 H Btry 2ndBn 265th CA (HD) org 17 April 1940 in Jacksonville;. Lt.Chs E. Bosonberg CO;

-1941- Inducted into active service 6 Jan 1941;

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1926 Capt Uelvin E. Russell asnd CO 19 Feb 1926;

S1928 Capt WV Albury CO on 10 Nov 1928;
1929 ActSDuty ACA-Hurricane Duty 28-29 Sept;
0 Redesig Btry E 265th CL (HD) on 1 Jan 1930;

1933 Capt L. E. Russell CO 28 June 1933,

1935 ActSDuty ACA-Islamorado 28 Feb- 13 May
ActSDuty '-AC .-Hurricane 3-11 Sept (Matecumbe) .

1937 Capt W. C Harris; 1stLt WEP Roberts/ 2ndLt H.H. Taylor, Jr

1940 Asnd to 2ndBn 265th w/hq Key West 22 Jan 1940; whq in Jax.26 Mar 40;

1941 Inducted into federal service for fI 6 Jan 1941 (GO 1941)

1: *'^ 1 1 '- - ., .' .

EatI :.,'j E 265th CA Fgt (HD) FI.G.

1921- .lLhth Irctorcycle Co QIC org 28 Sept 1921'in JACKSONVILEE underLt Edw V. Garcia &
?nit Loalis 'A.-Smn.it ....
-192- .!tdcsic 106th Iotorcycle Co 26 May2. 2; --
'1925- Relieved from assignment to 31st Div and redesig, 46th Motorcycle' Co, thCorps QMTrain
on 10 Sept 25.
.-'.1929- Act-State Duty 18 April 1929; Converted-into .BtryE 265th CA Regt (HD) 29 Nov 1929;
i 1930-Redesig Btry B 1 Jan 1930.
S-. ,- .- '* 4..... -. ,. .

93-'- "try B 265th at KEY WEST redesci Et.r E 265th 1 Jan 1930;under Capt W Albury
.1933- Capt L E. dz-ell CO 28 June.1933
193r- Act State Duty !.CA-Islamorado.:28.Feb-13 :May 1935;-ACA--Hurricane 3-11 Sept (Matecumbe)
1 92- Capt W. C. Harris; IstLt VEP Roberts; 2ndLt HH TaylorJr.
S190- ..sni to 2ndBn 22 J~n 19O ..
-191- Inducted'into f-d-service for ''.II 6 Jan: 9lgl. --

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Battery F 265th CA (H)

1939 Btry F 2_th CA(HD) FNG. organized Miami iOct 1939; Capt Thomas J. Kelly CO;
S--* ...... : .

.!-1940 Asnd to 2nd Bn w/hq in Key West 22 Jan 40 w/hq in Jacksonville 26 Mar 4O;

1941 Inducted into .at fed. serv for W'TII 6 Jan 1941;

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'i 1 Jsit. Se _BatalioQA org Jax 13 Nov 1923; redesign : 265th CA Bn 22 Jul 1925;
edesig H 6h CRegt 20 Nov 1929; entered fed sen-rv I 6 Jan 1941.
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ltSepBn org 13 Nov 1923 in Jax; redesigHqDet 2.6th.ABn 22 Jul 1925;
Se 20 Nov 1929; entered fed serve for WTII 6 Jan 1941.

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i2e 19'2'tL r5disi org j f 22hFeb2 Jul 1927; redesign dBf t 20 Nov
1929; entered federal serve for Ion 6 Jan 19L1; Reorganized after WI as
r/C. /Yj ~

H _~1929, organized Jax on entered fed serv for WiIT on 6 Jan 191.

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U g2ndBn 26th CA organized-l Jan 1930 at i tered fed serve for-WWII on 6 Jan 1941.

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Part I- Brigade History ...
SPart II-Brigade History in Florida
Part I ...:. .
THe Sbt.hFA Brigade was estab as a unit in Sept 1917. when the 116th, 117th & 118th FA Regts
were mobilized as part of ,the 31st Division. The Brigade began intensive training at Camp
Wheeler, GA. As a unit of the 31st Div the Brigade was'in France :in-the latter part of Sep
S1918. In France, theuDiv was broken up to be used as replacements. The,Brigade did not act
as a unit. Its personnel assigned to various organizations of the AEF, served well, and in
many cases, Heriocally thru the latter part of the war.
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S The 56th Brigade was reorganized as a unit during 1924-1925, with the 116th (Fla) & 117th
i5 ,FA Regts under the command of Brig Gen Allison Owen-. Brigadier Gen Owen retired during 1934
on.4.Oct 1934 the Headquarters was allotted.to Florida; .Colonel Sumter L. Lowry, Jr. Col of
the 116th FA Regt was promoted to the grade of Brig Gen and assigned Command of-the Brigade.
:IStatiors of the regiments composing the Brigade were as' follows: 11' Mississippi;
1 6th Florida, ..&117, Alabama. .. ,

SOn 25 Nov 1940 the Brigade 'was mobilized into Federal Service for WWII with other elements
of the 31st Division ...._.. ...... ..

(See HqBtry 56thFA Brig for WWII History)

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I Headquarters 116th FA Regiment mTampa

:. headquarters 116th FA Regt was federally-recognized-in Tampa on-3 Feb 1924 upon the
completion of organization of units of the Regiment. 'Colonel Sumter. L. Lowry Jr was
appointed Regimental Commander & Lt Col Homer Hesterly the Regimental Executive Officer.
SThe regiment was converted from horse to truck on 16 July 1933.
Cn .4 Oct 1934 Colonel Lowry was promoted to BrigGen of the 56th FA Brigade*, of which the
i-16th FA-Regt was a part,;and Col Hesterly promoted'to full Col and assigned command of the
i;' regiment.LtCol Byron Bushnell was transferred from the 2nd Bn and assigned as Exec.
The regiment held annual field training exercises at Ft.Bragg &..Camp Jackson- and partici-
pated in Third Army Maneuvers held in the DeSota National Forrest Mississippi in 1938.
: Upon fourteen occasions theiregimeht was called to Active State Service for the suppression
of riot, protection of prisoners and during storm disasters.

.Officers during this period'between wars were:
SColonel & Commanding Officer; S.L. Lowry,Jr from date of organization until 4 Oct 1934;
i. : Homer W. Hesterly, 23 Oct-1934 until mobilization.
Exec:;:Lt Col Homer, Hesterly- organization until promoted to Col 23 Oct 193'4;
,:iLt Coal.E. Bushnell 17 Nov 1934 until mobilization.


Part IT Florida History;of 56th FA Brigade. --
Command of Brigade in- notnfr State i -2h. i
Vpon reorg of Brigade inl924, Capt Rupert Smith-was- aptd Adj.,:'a position he-held from
28 Oct,24 to 8-July 37; 12ndtt Calvin C Moore was Munitions Officer from 20 Jul 25-26 Jul 26
and was succeeded by 2nd Lt Alger A Smart 26 Nov 26--1 Jan 35. Communications Officer
was 2nd Lt. *Ro ;B. Bachman 14 Sept- 1 Nov 25; & IstLt Hood C. Hampton served'as Intell Offr
26 June 33 -1 Jan 35.
Hq 56th FA Brigade was extended Fed Recognition in Jacksonville on 4 Oct 1934, when Brig
Gen Sumter L. Iowry, Jr. was appointed Commanding General of the Brigade.
: 'Bi rigade converted: from 75mmGun(HorseDrawn) to 75mmGun(TruckDrawn) on 1 Jan 1935.
astLt Perry M. Teeple was appointed Intell Offr on11 Jan 35; Capt Robert H. Givens, Jr.
i ptd Adj on 12 Jul 1937, aptd Plans & Training Officer 12 July 40; promoted to Major &
aptd Exec Offr on 1 Nov ,0. 2nd Lt Frank L. Lane Jr aptd Aide 1 Dec 39-10 Sep 40; was
,succeeded as Aide by gndLtCharles P. Lykes on 4 Nov 40.
On 2S Nov 1940 &HqqBtry 56th FA Brigade, 31stDiv was mobilized into federal service for
,: WWII with BrigCen Lowry, Major Robert Givens, Jr of Miami, & Capt Wm R Gunby of Tampa
'(who had been on Inact FNG list);

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Officers., cont,

S Adjutants: S Harrison Aptd 3 Feb 1924; Hood C. Hampton.15 Dec 24; GE Grace 26 Mar 26;
RVS Rudd 20 May 37; D.Van Dusen 27 Sept 37;
Plans & JA Waterman 3 Feb 2h; R.E. Lyle; BE Bushnell 23 June 28; C.S. Lloyd; WE Jones
Training 15 Jun 33; GE Bnya 17 Nov 34; FG Merrin 1 May 35; GN Sagin 29 Oct 35;
I.S. Tillotson 5 May 38; MN- Oven 14 Sept ; 40
Liason C Parmely 3 Feb 24; JF Baya 14 Sep 25 'Cs Lloyd 27 Aug 28; RL Hughes.28 Jan 33;
RH Givens Jr June 33; Hood Hampton 1 Jan 35; RH Givens 27 Feb 36; EJ Swann 20 Mayi
1937; l.M Harrison 27 Sep 37; EJ McMullen 1 Sep 39; EE Whitehead 6 Aug 40
i Chaplain EA Albritton 3 Feb 2; .Geo Hyman ll Apr 30; HL Thompson 1 Nov 32; PE Nolan 8 Feb
Asst 5-3 lstLt AB Connori6 Aug,40; IstLt RM Wilbur 30 Oct 40-
/? 4Lt Co SF Clarke served from 14 Apr 37-1 June 38;
S:-2nd Lt WB Swearingen was aptd 31Aug 40

1pon mobilization of the unit for federal service for WWII on November 25 1940- the
following officers were assigned:
Col RW Hesterly; LtCol BE Bushnell; D.VanDusen; WE Jones; 1N O0an EE Whitehead & P E Nolan|
.-Lt R. fl. WilburE
after trsnine _tb osthner e eme ~tf hwsDv hedsh te as broken up 27 Feb427-
Hq wa.s d.sAn.ed; nst nrees -)n;nan;-_n rede:sag h n *

* 1EJngiaT3 R tf5Tf .6TO -LA f AICiEF, 31ST. T I DN _______ __ AVflLPA1 -I
(25 Jan 1927-25 lov I0)

HqBattery 56th FA Brigade was organized and fed recog at Avon Park on 25 Jan 1927 with 22
enlisted men & two officers: -Capt Mark W. Lance and 2nd Lt Goodrich R.e Copeland. The
battery was mustered into service by Col Sumter L. Lowry, Jr., 116th FA, and inspected for
iifed:.recog by Capt C.D. Parmalee, FA.
i Unit was attached to Hq 116th FA Regt for admin, training on 23 June 1927
i Lt Copeland was succeeded by 2ndLt Herbert FR'Reck who was commissioned 20 Jan 1931 & who
became Btry.CO .when Capt Lance was transferred to Q4 Sec,31stDiv,'on 20 June 1933, Due to
successive resignations, the battery was commanded by 2ndLt Clifford R. Craft &'lst Lt TR
Brown in 1936 'the latter being transferred temp from Btry F 16th FA. The Battery was command
by Capt Chester R..Yates from his appointment on 1 Sept 1936 until-the units entrance into fed
serVice in 1940. 2ndLt Richard D. Reddick was commissioned 9 Feb 1938; and was succeeded by
,2ndLt JJ Stephens' on 3 Hay 1940.
SOn16 July 1933 the battery was.motorized, and moved on 1Feb 1937 into a new brick Armory
Selected by the WPA with the cooperation of the City of Avon Park & Highlands County. The
Suit operated StaWXKK'of the, organized State EAergency Radio Net.
During this period the Battery made summer field training camps at CampJackson,SC; FtMcClellan
Ala; Ft Oglethorpe Ga; and Camp Beauregard, La. In 1938 the battery participated in the Third
,Army Maneuvers at DeSota National Forest,'Biloxi Miss.
On 25 Nov 1940 the Battery, with other elements of the 31st Division, was mobilized into
Active federal service for WWII. It was at this time tonmanded by Capt Yates, & 2ndLt J J
SStephens; aand 2ndLt-Chafles P Lykes was attached for duty from Hq.56thrig.
..' See Next Page for WW II History -
Srtunit' of Battery C 712th AAA Bn Avon Park )

iService Lattery 16th FA Regt

ae rvcc E-ftr ( s an Se) 6th FA Regt was org and federally recog at WINTERHAVEN on
2 .gu t -19ra3 on 16 Jervy att1933nded anoted for m aint each year; was co.nvrted om horse
the Trutd served on1ac6 state duty 933; pistol marksmanship and high morale.
ACAThe uit. on t state duty ACA- 19-29 Sept ,2926-ACA Hurricane -elief; 31 May-6 June 1927
.ACA Tampaty ot; 1 June-29 July 1929-MedFruitF lQuarantine; -3 Sept 1935-Hurricane Rdief..
.eTrvice. Eattery was red'esignaved BSttery F 116thFA on 1 April 1937..e
CAPTAINS.: .Pau L 1 1o april 1937,., "
CA AINS: Paul Hayman16 Aug 1923; JD M cCalla 23 Oct 192L-Ret 31 Mar 1937..
'1t 26T J ne d 3 2ncCalla 6 Aug 23; Th Stornes -Res 24 Mar, 31; Geo R Hardy 30 May 31-
Tr__9'j=Jnd 33;'....rn 2no& lstt 3Jul S_3n3; Larl E. Whitehead 4 Dec34;
idmon- j -Swannl ct.3 Hood-C Hampton 1 ar 3; ldmind J. I'i cMul" a1 Dec 36; JasdIl
I fcEu.en 16 -lar 37..-Mullen Dec 36; Jas 1,1

SBattery F 116that ARCADIA redesig Service. Battery- 16th (less Band Sec) on 1 April 1937,
The Band Section was disbatde in Winter Haven on 15 April 1937- and'SvBtry redesig SB 116th
ion 1 July M1910/The unit attended 'encampment at Ft.Jackson in 1937-and participated in'
Federal service withiother u s of tione Forest, Miss in 1938- Was,~6bilized into active
derl ice with her units f the3lstDivsion on 25 November 1940.
CAFTEATUS: -Stanhope C. Smith- -tr 19 Nov 39;' Tho R Brown aptd 22 Dec 39-
2TT ApriT 19/Brown; 2ndLt (inlie of stLt) Martin Carraballo.1 Apr. 40- .promoted lstLt
23 Apri2 1940/
SSerice Trained at aBlanding;Fla-LousiaCarlnaCarlnaFtSill Okla-when ll6thFA Regt
.ras disbanded & IstBnredeslg. l6thFA Bn, Service Btry was redesign Serv Btry 116thFA Bn..
The bh trained in Texas & ilississippi & Louisiana- sailed from HanBton 1oads POE on.12Mar44
fought .thru New Gu~inea; Dutch -East Indies & Fhi2lippines.. Inactivated 20 Dec 19 2 ***-4**

World War IT History of fqBtry-56th FA Brigade

HqAqBtry 56th FA Brigade r-obilised L5 Nov 194h- trained at Camp Blanding, participated
in maneuvers in Louisanna, at Ft Jackson & Ft Bragg; Was redesignated HQcHQ BTRY 31st
Div ARTY on 10 Feb 19h2; Moved from Blanding to Camp Bowie, Texas on 25 Feb 19h2;
Trained in Louisiana, MIsissippi & Virginia, was ordered to staging area at Camp Patrick
Henry Va & sailed" t"&d J i AdiAere it was reorganized ther6~oIR-Iarch 1944.
Served in Hew Guinea, Dutch New Guinea; participated in anphib assault landing on
Morotai Island on 15 Sept 44; served in the Philippines and was inactivated 21 Dec 1945.

Unit reorganized after WWII as Btry C 712th AAA AW Bn Avon Park


BM3iD' 116th FA Regt t__ __----

Band 116th FA'org at WINTER HAVEN 29 Aug 1923 as part of Service Battery. Band Leader .was.
I0 Frank A Oren; CapttGeo Hardy assumed command on 1 April 1937- and theunit was disbanded
-1 April 1937..

iDrg & Bugle Corsp, 116th FA org at TAMPA in the fall of 1937--membershipin this organizatn
was vblontary'and the enlisted personnel came from the IstBn, 116th in Tampa.
-ajor'TE Jacobson was the Director of the-Corps.-

Band 116th FA organized TAMPA on 26 July1940-. the" band was formed from a nucleus of enlisted.
personnel who had participated in the brum & Bugle Corps. In command was Capt Daniel V. Dusan.
-& the Director & Band Leader was WO-TE-Jacobson;.- -'
SThe unit was mobilized :2 Nov 1904, disbanded, and, the' men integrated into other units for
service during WWII..

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4-HoadcourtekrsJnt e5+t tal'-n 110th VA RP-t__ _- -:_

The First Battalion.116th FA Regt was organized during the month of November 1921 by
Major Sumter L. Lowry, Cart Homer U1. Hesterly & other officers in TAMPA. After HqDeot&CT
& Btrys A B&C were -org and-fed. recog, the Headquarters,- under- laj Sumter'L. Lowry-; was -fed "
rccog 12 Feb 1922. :The Regiment was converted from horse to truck.16 July 1933- attended'
SannuaI summer encampments at Ft Bragg & Ft Jackson, and in 1938 Third Army Maneuvers at
Descta National Forest, Miss; and served the following periods of active state duty:
Sept 1922-ACA Tampa;:l l1 May-6 June 1927-ACA Tampa; 1929-30-MedFF Quarantine; 4l6 July 1933-
State Frison Farm Riot; 2-3 Sept 35 ACA Hurricane Relief. /f's-7 L:,'/it .
Majors in Command::Sumter-L. Lowry, Jr 14-Nov 21; Homer-W. Hesterly 22 Sept 22; Claiborne
S. Phipps 15 Jan_ 24; Tho B Sparkman.21 Sept 25; Geo E Grace 9 June 37; Geo N. Sagin 1 Mar 38-
pro to LtCol of lstBn 21 Nov .,. /
HqlstEnll6thFA mobilized- into active federal Service for WI 25 Nov 1940-- with"LtCol Sagin,-
Major Frank C. Paul, Capt Edxond J. McMullen; lstLts Tho P Kelly_& DG Williams.

TiJII Service: Mustered into-active fed serv-with other unr4ts of'31stDiv-trained at Camp' ,-
Blanding,Fla., Louisiana Maneuvers,.Carolinas; Regt broken.-up atFt.Sill- Okla 27 Feb 1942-
1stBn was redesignated ll6thFA:Battalion (thislunit H ll16thFA,Bn), allocated to 31stDiv
trained in Texas, Mississippi, Louisianna, Virginia-& sailed for South Pacific from POE ,
iHampton:Roads 12 Iar_19I- -fought thru New Guinea, -Dutch East Indies & the Phillipines.
S116th FA Bn entitled to battle honours for participation in the New Guinea Campaign,
Sasault.; landing"bonMorotai' &"indanao & carries Battle Str-amers:.-WWI withoutt inscription);
WorldUarII: llew Guinea. (irith arrowhead) & Southern-Phillippines ......
Battalion inactivated 20 Dec 19V at Camnp Stoneman Calif, relieved from assignment to 31stDiv
:13 June 46, asnd'to 1SstInfDiv on 5 Jul 1946.-- (See -PostWarII History of 116thFA Bn) *aHH*

Medical Dept Detachment 116th FA Regt organized & federally recognized at TAMPA on 6 Oct 1922
under the command of Captain John Halliday, 11C. The unit attended annual encampments at
Fts. Bragg & Jac'.-on, in 1938 participated in Third Army lHaneuvers at DeSoto Naticnal Forest
Miss. 'I edDeptDet se-red on active state dutl in aid-of civil authorities in 1926-Hurricane.
Relief; 1927-same; 1927-Tampa Jail'Riots; 1935-Tampa Election Riots. f T he regiment was
converted from horse to truck--An~16-July 1933' lied DeptDet was:awa4ded, the 1. Thord-Gray
STrophy in 1938 for having the highest percentage iof armory drill attendance. .
;! Officers: Capt Hohn Halliday,lC 6 Oct 1922; Hadbr Earl H. McRae 5 Feb 1924; Hajor Geo EW
Hardy Jr 12 Jul 26; Capt Harry C Evans placed in'icommand of Det'l Sept 1934 so that Major
Hardy could devote his full time as fegimental-Surgeon. -Capt James-'Holdstock DC -relieved -.
Capt Evans 9 Aug 1935; lMajor Hardy died 26 March 1926-and Major Shuler H. Etheredge was
asnd Regt Surgeon 14 July 1938; Major Tonie W. Cable asndTRegt Surgeon 23 Dec 1938.-
NedDeptDet was mobilized 25 November 19h0- redesignated Medical Detachment ll6th FA Bn
10 Feb 192- For WII history of unit see IIq stBn 116th FA Regt.

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Satterv 2 116th FA --gt

Battery A ll6th FA org TAMPA on 5 Dec 1921; converted from horse to Truck-dranm on 16 July
1933. Unit attended annual encampments at Fts Bragg & Jackson, and Third Army IIaneuvers in
DeSoto National Forest, Miss, in 1938. The Unit served on the following periods of active
state duty: 30 H.ay 2 June 1927-ACA Tampa Riot; 1929- Mediterannean FruitFly Quarantine;
5-6 Jul 1533-ACA State prison Camp; 2-4 Sept 1935-ACA Tampa Election riots.
Officers in command of the unit during this period were: Capt Claiborne M Phipps 5 Lec 1921;
Loper D Loury 22 Jan 1924; David II. Walker 18 June 1925; Lucien Byron 9 Oct 1925 (temp);
Roland A Laird 28 Iov 25; Jas 'W Ucllcer 7 Jul 1928; Daniel Van Dusen 21 May 1931; Geo E Baya
., 6 Sept 193h; Ralph J King 8 Dec 193.4
The unit was mobilized with other elements.of the 31st.Division on. 2-November 1940 for
';II. (See History: Hq IstEn ll6thFA for service during WWI)....


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-eadgquar-trs Battery lt Battalion 126th FA Regt-,

Heqdquarters Detachment & Combat Tin, IstEn, 116th FA Regt was organized TAMPA 15 Feb 1922;
was redei.gnated Hq Battery & CT on 3 March 1925; was converted from horse to truck on
1'6- duly: 923; the unit attended annual summer encampments at Ft.Bragg-& Ft Jackson;: served
at the 'ITird Arny Maneuvers in the DeSoto National.Forest in 1938- and served on active ,state,
.duty'in; aid of civil authorities as follows: 24-25 Sept 1922-ACA Tampa; 31 May-2 June 1927-
-: Tampa Riot; 1929-30-MedFFQuarantine; 4-6 July 1933-StatePrisonFram Riot; 2-3 Sept 1935-
Tampa Elec Day Riots; 24,-2 .Sept 1935-LaBelle Pris Riot .
The unit was redesignated Hq Battery IstBn on 1 July 1940, and was mobilized into active
federal; service :on -25-Nov 1940 for -'JII service*. :(For description-of-;WWII- service see card:
HQ lstBn ll6thFA) ,
Officers in command during this period: Capt John J. Hedrick 3 Dec 1921; Henry H. Cole 1 Dec
.1922; Henry W'oodward 6 Dec 1924; Harold M Clarvoe 1 Apr 36.. --

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Path t.ry 0 116th ~FA Pet

Battery C 1st Bn 116 FA Regt organized TAMPA un 5.Dec 1?21; converted from horse to truck
drawn 16-July 1933; attended annual sunmer cnc.mpments at Fts. Eragg & Jackson, and Third
Army Ianeuvers at DeSoto-National Forest. Miss., in 1938; served on active state duty on
31 May-2 June 1927-AOA Tampa Jail Riots; 1929-MedFruitFly Quarantine; 3-4 Sept 1935-Tanpa
;' Election Riots; and after winning the Tampa Board of Trade Trophy, for Best Firing Battery
in the Regiment-for the-three years 1928-29 & 30,took permanent possession of the trophy.
Officers in command of.the .Battery: Homer W. Hesterly 5-Dec 1921;-Tho B. Sparkman 31 Oct 22;
; Tho H. DunA 18 Dec 1925; Herbert E Harley Jr 15 May 1930; Byron E. Bushnell 38 June 1930;
SGeo N. Sagin 19 Sept 1931; Daniel' an Dusen 15 Nov 1935; V R udd 1 Oct 1937; Robert P NunezJr
30 April 1940.... ... .
Battery C was mobilized into active federal service on,25 Nov 1940 for'IWII with other ele-
ments of the 31st Division. (For W- II History, of units, see card: Hq 1stBn 116thFA)


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i Btter'y B Ist Bn..116th FA. Pegt organized TAMPA. on 5 Dec.1921,.converted from horse to
Struck drawn on 16,July 1933; attended annual summer encampments at Fts. Bragg & Jackson;
served at Third AzryManeuvers in DeSoto National Forest, in 1938;.-and served the followir ng
period T of active state- service: 31 May-2 June 1927-ACA Guarding Prisoner; 2-3 Sept 1935-
ACA Tampa Election,Riots.
.Officers in command' of the unit during the: period between WWs were: Capt Wh E Hammer 5 Dec 21;
Jno A ~mith 12 Dec 22; Samuel G Harrison 27_Sept.1925; Arlie C.:Luther 28 Oct 1925; Ray VS
Rudd 27:Jan 1928; Geo E Baya 30 Sept 1936; Rrank C.,Paul 30 Sept 1939; Harry P Baya 8 Aug 40;
Battery B was mustered into active federal service on 25 Nov 1940 with other elements of the
31st Division, under the command of Captain Baya; lstLt'Oscar D Howell; & 2ndLts Pet6r M.
I:(r rahnisJry& Perry M., Gwaltng WI, se c
For history "of unit during WWI, see card:.Hq IstBn 116th FA). .

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nqaugquartrrs 2nd tattallon, 116th FA t9-t

Headquarters 2ndBn 116th FA Regt org & fed recog at TAMPA on 21 March 1924 under the command
of Major Fred J. Hampton. Major Roger B. Lyle assumed cannand 15 lov 1924; the unit served
on active state service in June of 1927-ACL Tampa Jail Riots; in Sept of 1928-Hurricane Relief
in 1Iarch .iof 1932 ACA Lakeland.. The Regt was converted. from horse to truck-drawn on 16 July.
1933; Iajor Byron E Bushnell assumed command on 1 June 1933-and upon the, appointment of
Major 1w Eugene Jones on 28 November 1934 the unit:was moved to HAINES CITI. 'Hq 2ndBn served
the stateagain in Sept of 1935 during riots in Tampa; Stanhppe C. Smith was aptd Major
on 21 Nov 1939, and'the'unit moved to ARCADIA the same date.
'The unit received a call to federal service in November of 1940- Deorge,E Baya was aptd
I'.ltCol in command of the 2ndBn on 21 Nov and the unit was moved to BAMfr the same date: and
was mustered into federal service on 25 November 1940 with other elements of the 31st Div-
"-under LtCol Baya, Major SC Smith, Capt Geo R Hardy- (ob sick leave-at the time); Capt Joseph
J Hill (Inact NG)'; and lstLts Albert B. Conner Jr & James A Scott...
.k;II Servicet...q Hq & Btry 2ndBn 116th FA Regt were inducted, into-fed serve on 25 Nov 40 at
Bartow; trained at.Camp Blanding, Louisiania Maneuvers, Carolinas, Texas & Ft Sill Okla..'
The 2ndB]ttalion ll6th :FAredesignated 149th FA Battalion 10'Feb 1942-- 'continued training
^in ,southern states, sailed from POE Hampton Rds Va' 9 Feb-1914- served in New Guinea,
Ilindanao, 1 orotai, Mala--2 returned'to US on troop ship "General Bundy"-- and was inactivated.
149th I'A zBn is entitled to battle honors for participation in the New GUiea Campaign & the
':Southern- Phillipines Campaign (except for the battle -of--indanao) & is credited with assault
landings on Morotai island (Btry A 149th-formerly Btry D 116th) is credited with assault
: landings in Iapia Island.))-

eadquarte Battery 2nd Pattalicn 116th A __

Hq Det & Conbat Train 2nd Bn organized at BARTOW, 21 Ailgust 19,3 redesignated Hq Btry .& CT
i2ndBn on 23 March 1925; converted from horse to truck-drawn on 16 July 1933; redesignated
Hq Battcry 2nd En on 1 Julyi1940.
The unit attended annual summer encampments at Fts. Bragg & Jackson, and participated in
the Third Army i.anauvers in DeSoto National Forest in 1938-- served on active--state duty'
'In 1926-Hurricane Relief; 1927-Tampa Riots; 1928-Hurricane Relief; 1929-2 Months patrol work
n,,An Tampa forMed Fruit Fly Quarantine; and 1932-ACA Riot Duty Lakeland.
i 'Officers Iin'command during this period: Capt Roger B. Lyle 21'Aug 23; Albert T Hack1 23 Oct
l924; tE -Jones 16-Oct 1925; 'Cyril S LLoyd15 June '3;Geo-R HIardy 20 Jan 1936; RL Hughes
'1 April; 1937-died '23LOct:1939; _4aurice .J..Wilson 26 Oct 1939..:. -- :-- -
The unit. wa mustered into active federal service for iWHIITduty: on 25 Nov 1940, under
Captain Wilson, 'IstLt Joel C Garrard & 2ndLts Eugene A Laurent & Vhm 3 Suearingen trained
Sin various southern states,1 and on 10 Feb 1942 was redesignated HqBtry li9th FA Bn when the
2ndBn 116th FA was redesig 149th FA'En. (For service during I.aII see card: Hq 2ndBn ll6FARegt)



Co D 2nd.Fla IntRegt which; kas organized in: 1915-in-LKELAD andredesignated Co D 124th Int
while -in federal service for-JUI reorganized in Lakeland as Battery D 116th FA Regt, on
"10 Octber 1923- converted f -om horse to trick-drakin 16 jly l933-served an-iual summer
encampments at Ft: Jackson, attended Third Army_ aneuvers in DeSoto National Forest, Miss in
1938 and served'the following periods of active state duty: 1927-ACA Riot Duty Tampa';
1929-ACA Med Fruit 'Fly- Quarantine; 1932-ACA Lakblarid Ri6t"'duty; 21 %'arch 1936-Fired
rl Salute at interPark;

Officers in'command during this period: Capt Jesse J., Gilliam 10 Oct 1923; Frank G.' Merrin
Temp CC ? July 1928; Frank J. Poitras'24 Nov l928F UHehiry W. housee Jr 1 Jan 1939; Wm S Myrick
12 ay 9 1 4'

Unit mustered into active federal service for WII on 2 Novembbr 19U0-trained at iCamp
Landing, Louisiania Mianeuvers, Carolinas, Texas & Ft Sill Okla.." On 10 Feb 1942 th 2nd Bn
116th FA redesignated.i49thFA Bn, -and Btry D.redesig'BtryA 149th-FA Bn- continued trairiing
in southern states, sailed from P..E Hampton Rds.... V 9 Feb.19 served in New Guinea, indana
tai ala- returned tUS o p hip "General ad a inactivated

TheCo D 2n9th FA n is entitled toas organized ihonoursorparicipaionD ,ndthe New Guinea Co ampaign-
hile-in federanhillippines Cfmaig (except for battnake of Mindanao) and is credited with FA on
,10 October 1923- converted fron horse to trck-draT'n:';16'-JuLy:1933--served annual-summer- ,

i'ensampnnts at Fti on ackson,..tatte nd .Third Army i aneuversyin 1 DeSoto National Forest,h aissa in
1938 anding served'th follongperiods of active state duty: 1927-ACA Riot Duty Tampa;land
1929-ACA Med Fruit Fly- Quarantine, 1932-ACA Lakblarid Riot duty; 21 rMarch 1936-Fired
,i:;:Presidentia al Salute-at..Winter-.Park; ..

Temp CC 9 July 1928; Franl'.-J. Poi'tras"2U Nov 1928-:"Heniiy W."House Jr1 Jan-1939; Wm S rick"
12 May llaOn d > ''', -. .- .. .. .
Unit mustered into active federal service for WWIlion 2,Novembbr.19 1O-trained at Camp
Standing, Lotisiania )Ianeuvers;' Carolinras, Texas '&-Ft:Sill Okla..'-On. 10Feb 1942 th 2rid Bn '
S: ^UFth FA redesignated+.il4th.FA Bn,.and Btry D. redesig Btry.A l9th-FA Bn- continued. trailing
S"i.' southern' states, sailed from PQ3 Hampton Rds.V 9 Feb.19i4-: served in New Guinea, Mlindanav,.
' tlorotai, li-ola-- returned to US on .troop ship "General Bundy1 and was inactivated....
I The ll9th FA En is entitled to battle honours for .participation in;the New Guinea Campaign -...
i & Southern :Phillippines Campaign (except for battle of Mindanao) and is credited with
i','assault Ibndings on Hdrotai Island, This unit, BtrY-A' l19th FA is;'also credited with assault
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Pin~t+.-rL 'r 2ndP 116th- ne s

Co E 2nd Fla Inf Regt riich was redesign Co E 12Lth Inf during Active fed service for ';WI
reorganized at ELA1T CITY on 15 August 1923 as Eattery E 2nd Bn 116th FA; was converted
-fron horse to truck-drawn 16 July 1933- attended annual summer encampnents at Fts LraIg &
Jackson & Third Army Naneuvers at DeSoto national Forest in 1938; & served on the fo3loirng
periods of active state duty: 1926- Harricane Relief; 1927-ACA Tampa Riots; 1929-ACA lied
Fruit Fly Campaign; 1932- ACA LzJ:eland Riots; 1935- Ta-pa Riots.
Officers in command of Btry 2 during'thic period: Capt Ilathaniel Clemons 17 Aug 23;
Lewis G. Carlton 24 June 26; Irving S Tillotson 1 Juno 33;IIilton E Hull 16 Jul 38.
Btry.E mustered into federal service with other elements of the 31st Division on 25 Nov 19ht0-
and on 10 Feb 1942 :Ras redesignated Bt tB.B 16th ,FA.Bn-.when the 2ndBn-ll6th FA )e gt was
redesigng the li9th FA Bn.
[For' WII history see-card: Hq-,2ndBn 1'6th-FA- -

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Co K 2ndFlaInfRegt.-which was redesignated Co 'K-124th Infantry Regt during federal service in
W: Wwas reorganised'in ARGADIA on 19.Sept 1923 as Btry F.2nd Bn 16th FA was converted
-. fromrhorse to truck-draW-16 July 1933; attended summer encamnpements at Fts Bragg & Jackson;,,
served .on .active-state duty 1926-ACA Riot LaBelle; 1926- Flood Relief ,at MooreHaven;
1928-Flood Relief 'at Okeechobee City;. Btry F won .the I Thord Gray 'Trophy in 1935 for
highest armory drill attendance. Rupert Smith was in command of the unit.
On 1 April 1937- Btxy F-at Arcadia was redesignated&Service-Battery 116th FA Regt.
I, Q. I April -1937- -Btr

.SeAce Btry 16th1FA-_tNWINTER KHLVE_ redesignatedBtry F.-:on 1 April 1937. Unit attended
.Third Aermy aneuvers'at DeSoto National Forest in 1938-. Cpt GeoR Hardy was in command
from -April -937; Cpt'Hen W. House --Jr assumed', command o 12 May 1940-
';iThe unit ias 'mobilized .on. 25,November 1940 forederal .service, and.on 10 Feb 192 as

For WWII history see card: H'c2ndBn 116th FA

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su* Prane on w / .ut r o 2 19The 106th Engineerse3vs D i vme s, i s6 was, org n _ed
ro' Co A .er agineersh i 1917, a newu o .gani.e .ar gyroal ih prone h .o
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L106th Engineer Regiment,
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The 106th ngineers had its L.eginning during wathe inrlo iatwhen it wth rgaetze as tihen 1thisi
fEnglneers, 39th Di"vision, from Company-A Engiieers'"on September; 271917 and new units then
or- siubzequently organized.---Tis-s organize aticnrpandticipated- a ina.the seArgonne- operation in---n
France aryd wa musterednout 21 1ay 1919, _The 106tEng.neers,, 31st Divison. was. organized. .
fo Co A Georia nginein.erch.in 1917, and newr units organized largelyrom the personnel of
Che FIRST FLOGRIDA CFp.ITY-, FNG, .dIt served in;France-A -but- not -in-actv l. -combdat, ;.hen was
.-mstered,out on 12'July. 1919._, Reorganized as lllth Engineers in 1921-'22, it was redesignated
the I06t h ngifneerrs .on 29 Januar 1924. The Wuorld W ar 106th Engineers- organization was "

summary The 10th Engineers received nine Iommendations in 136-39- from the
Chief cfnid:,nee'rs, th .Chief:of the Map Reproduction.Plant, and serveral each from the
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Headquarters 2nd Battalion 106th Engineers Kegirent (Combat)

SHq 2nd Bn.org PANAMA CITY on 11 August' 1927 under command of Major Ralph J. Bennett.
Moved to APPALACHICOLA 11- May 1928 under Major-James P. Ccombs..
aioved to HAIIES CITY 12 June 1935 under command of Major Lionel E Robinson. /
Unit attended annual summer encampments-and Third 'Army Maneuvers in DeSoto National Forest,
SMiss. in 1938, during which it was commended by the Chief National Guard Bureau.
Kedesignated 106th Eng (Combat) 15 May 1940 and mobilized into active federal service for;
WIWTI on 25 Iovember; 1940,
Unit trained in the 'various southern states, on 10 Feb 1942 was redesignated Hq IstBn
17 EnIgineer-; redesignatcd again 15 Iay 19l2 as Ha 1lt Pn 177 ----
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HjladqlLarters Detachment 2d Batt-ilirn 106t.h E n mb.--

q 'De 2nd n 16 ..'n (C) organized at IB..ES CIT~ i~$ay 19 40under. the command of

Unit Liobllzcd intoaceiv federal service 2- No-ember l910; as ede^ Yte qf st pensive
175th Engineers;: redesignated again 1 Nlay 19h2 ~s Hq Det -stBn l:lth.Engs- and after -intensive
trini n the southern stes ailed for Alaska. Returned to state control at end of war.

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iM.ed l Detachm nt 2nd Batalon nt Engin

i *ed Dept Det 2nd Battailion 106th Eng Regt organized in PANAMA CITY 11 June 1929- .
disbanded 14 Dec 1929. .
I,, '. "~".. the 'o I 'h states s for" Al sk ..

Med Det 2ndBn 106.Engs organized HAINES CITY 25 June 1930; under command of Captain
Joseph'R Sample. Captain Emmett Edw Martin assumed command 21 May 1938; the unit was
rede signated 106th Eng (Combat) f1 May 19)00- and mobilized into active federal service
Sfor 'J.II on 25Nov 19.40. .... .

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'Company E 2nd En 106th Eng Iegt (Combat)

2nd Engineer Company organized CENTHRY 8 Dec 1922; soon after redesig Co E 11lth Eng
then redesig Co E 2ndEn 106th Eng on 26 May 1924 and disbanded in Century 18 Nlov 192,.
(Ilo r.ccrl cr officerS)
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Co:E 2nd Dn 106th Eng organized JASPER 1 Dec 1924 under command of Capt Lpm B. Hughes.
Unit disbanded in Jasper 2 Feb 1927.

Co E 2ndBn i!06th Eng organized APPALACHICOLA, on,'3 Feb 1927 (reconstituted from former
Co L Ist Fla Inf -Pre WMI). Unit attended annual summer encampments and Third Army Maneuvers
i-in DeSoto -National Forest Miss in 1938. Unit-redesig (combat) 15 May 1940.
Officer jin Command during this period: .James P. Coobs, WJ Glascow; John Marshall Jr;
George A Doddj Hiram W Sperry; Herbert O/Marshall.
:Epnparn E :2ndBn-inducted,-inttd federal r.litary service 25 Iovemberl1940 for ,MWI; under
Capt llarshall, 2ndLtl James 1.. Henry & 2ndLt.Walter.N..Creeanore,.Jr.- .
Co E redesign Co'B lstEn :17th Engineers 10 Feb 42; again redesig Co B 1stBn 177th Eng'l5 Mayl2;
i trained intensively in the southern states, and :ered iserlaska.

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Company D 2nd Battalion 106th Engineers RegtiCjCbat)

Company M IstFlalnf.reorganized after WI in PANAMA CITr 5 Dec 1922 ias 1st Engineer Co-,
iredesignated soon after as Company D ll1th Engs & on 28 May 1924 as Company D 106th Engs.
r;Unit attended-annual--mnmmer field training encampments, including Third Army Maneuvers in .
DoSoto Nationai Forest in 1938- served on active state duty, in.1934 in aid of civil authorities
!-in Marianna riot,
Unit redesign 106 Eng (Combat)- on 15 May 19L0, and .as mobilized irto active federal service
for W'iYII cn 25 November 1940, .... .
officers in corumand of unit during this period: .B Hawkins, 1RJBennett,,AS Brake,
Coy C Rusing, Hiram Sperry':- ....... -i.

WWII Service: Redesig Co A lctBn 175th Eng 10CFeb ; again-redesigCo A I stBn 177th Eng.
151,ay 192- -trained- intensively in southern 'states--and--served--in-Alaska. -..

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:Comipany F2 2nd Bn 106th Eng orgmiized at-HAINES -CITY cn attended annual
~summr pme, ng Third Ar Maneve at DesSta Na a lForest, s
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moved into ahew armory 1932,. ...........ed,(combat) 15 May 190.
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Io pany F 2nd En 106th Engineer r eF

SOff.icers in comi d during t his period: WH Morton, CAptM 1 E Robinsoi- 29 Feb 1928

Ccil H. Pillans 2f lay a937i; Janes A Fort 9. July1938.
il mo bjile ino c5 eel J esAc Fort I, o 2. .m1.. 1'80-

it:- obiized intoactive federal seiice for WWII, on 25 November 19 0--
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iHeadquarters Light Artillery Battalion (1899-1905)

HQ Light Arty Bn org JACKSONVILLE in 1899 with 2 Units: Etry A in Jacksonvillc & Etry B
in Fensacola. The unit uas disbanded In 23 March 19C6...
ACTTVE STATE SEiRICE: 16 Sept 170-ACA Ex:e...
*MAJOR: Jacob Gumbinger 16 August 1099 --23 Har 19?'6
ADJ: Lee McDorlc-1 1899; I Layman 1903; LC ioore 23 July 1903
2 L Rece 7 1901 A re J9 u 00; Jl u arrion 19 iar 02; EA i.oreno reap 26 cSp 05.
i r"1-F* T--homs; aptd 27 Djec 1905-1 Aug 06..

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I.stCc mpany -CAC i"

alst C o;7any. CAC organized TAMPA 30 May 1917 with Captain JE HarrisonstLt S Harrison
i& 2ndLt LM Hatton,. Unit mobilized at Ft Dade Aug 1917 for WGaoI..

1st Battery Light Arty Battalion (Eattery A)

Co F istSepBnFoT(Wfson's Etrj) reorg'nzied.afte'r.the.Spanish-American War as Btry A ItArtyBn.
in JACKSONVILLE Btry A was redesignated 1st Battery, FA in 1902. The 1st Btry served on
active state duty 3-22 May 1901-ACA Jax Fire; & 16-17 Sept-1904-ACA Baxter; and attended
Encampment in 1903- Jacksonville 1904- St. Augustine & 1905-Lake City.
The unit was qisbaided 23 March 1906...
CtAPTAIN: CB Duffy- awol 1904; LC Moore 19 Dec 03; Wm J Driscoll 23 Aug 04; Walter I Lyman
27 Sept 1905..
S1ST LT : EL-Gilbert- Ies 8 :Jan 04; JW Fowler 19 :Jan 04-19 Jul 05;:WI Lyman 1904;
JW Fowler-reap 26 Sep-05; .
2ND LT: CW Barton --Res 19 Aug O5; Geo R Seavy 4 Oct 05-23 iar. 06.

?'nd Battery Light Artillery Battalion (Btr_ B)

Company F 3rdSepBnFSTlr.eorg in PENSACOLA in 1899 after the Spanish-American War as
' Btry B, Light Arty Bn. Unit redesignated 2ndBattery, LA in 1902- and attended encampment
.at Jacksonville in 1903. Disbanded 20 Nov 1903. .
I.CAPTAIN: CW D'Alemberte 1899-22 Aug 02.
IST LT: JA Stewart--R 19 Jul 1901; JW Gingles 5 Nov' 01; '
i'2ND LT: .WW Carmichael 5 Nov 01'

l.st Cor.pany CAC (1908-1j912)

1 t Ccnrianyr CAC organized in PLANT CITY 12 June 1908; ..patidipatedin Coast Defense Exercises
at rPensacola & Tampa 1908-1912; served on active state duty 30 Oct-15 Nov 1912 -ACA Jax fire
and was disbanded-as such 29 December 1912: converted & redesignated Co F 2nd Fla Inf Regt.

SAPT: -AH Inman 1 Jue 1908-25 Jan 11; VB Collins 17 Feb 09; RR Tomlin 19 Aug 1912;
'IST-LT:- HH Root 11 June 1908; RR Tomlin 3 Fpb 11; Louis Strickland 19 Aug 1912;
S2ND LT: VB Collins ll June 08; RR Romlin 21 Mar 09; L Strickland 17 Feb 11; ED Vestal 70ct12

SCoast Artillery, FNG 1917-118_____.__________

6 Companies of Coast Artillery organized in 1917-1918 as follows:
1''ist Co CACG TAMPA. 30 May 1917 Mobilized Ft. Dade 5 Aug 1917 for TwI
2nd Co CCGG ST.PETE 2 Jul 1917 Mobilized Ft. Dade 5 Aug'1917 for WWI
3rd Co CAC 'TAMPA 26 Jul-1917 Mobilized Ft. Dade 5 Aug 1917 for WWI
S:2ndPlat3rdCoFT.MEAIE 26: Jul 1317 Mobilized Ft. Dade 5 Aug 1917 for JWI
I 4th Co CAC ARCADIA 20 Nov 1917 State Service- Disbanded 23 Sept 1918
5th Co CAC LIVE OAK 30 Jan 1918 State Service- Disbanded 23 Sept 1918 (Not fed rec)
i _6th Co CAC DEFUN SPR 30, Jan'1918 State Service- Disbanded 23 Sept 1918 (Not fed rec)

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i2nd Compa CAC ... ---- ----------

2nd Co CAC organized ST PETERSBURG 2 July%1917 cith Captain JH Randolph, 1st Lt Jack Uilliams
-& 2ndLt GM Coslick. :'Unit --mobilized at Ft Dade 5 August 1917 for Wifl

S__d CGmpany CAC

3rd C CAC ( Patn) organized TAMPA 26 Ju 1917 with Captain lacJoughlin &
2nd Lt. Louis Gravelly Wallace Joughlin
2nd'Plat, 3rd:Co CAC org at FT 1EA E- rith IstLt Robert A Coates.
SMobilizedinto federal service at Ft.Dade 5 August 91 for uJl.

14th Company CAC

Shth Co CA6organized ARCADIA on 2Q Nov 1917; served in Arcadia until disbanded 23 Sep 1918.
:, Captain CC Jones, lst Lt Tho Alderman & 2nd Lt MM'Dishong

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5th Co cAC organized LIVE OAK on 30 Jan 1918- and served at that sta until disbanded
23 Sept 1918. Unit was not.federally recognized.
.- Captain Yandell 0 Brown...........

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