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ST. AUGUSTINE NATIONAL CEMETERY
INDEX AND BIOGRAPHICAL GUIDE
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State Arsenal
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St. Augustinr,










118 PONCE DE LEON LAND.

and I make this explanation as due to the effort which has con-
stantly been made in these pages for absolute accuracy.
It also seems proper, in this connection, to call attention to
tile letter of the la, iArchbishop Corrigan which is printed in fac
simile. The author does this with pride, not only because of the
kind and flattering appreciation of this great nan, but more be-
cause of the valuable attestation of such an eminent authority, to
the accuracy and impartiality of the historical portions of the
book, which refer particularly to tlh part- taken by the Ioman
Catholic ChurclL in the settlement and development of Colonial
and Territorial Florida. Realizing the interest felt on all
sides in the Florida and Seminole War, and particularly by those
who have visited St. Augustine and other points in Florida, where
many of the stirring scenes were enacted, and Fort Marion, where
Osceola, Coacoochee and many of the other prominent Indians were
confined, I have obtained permission from the War Department to
publish, as part of this, the fourth edition of my book, an official
roster of all those belonging to the United States Army who gave
up their lives in that struggle, together with the official account of
the ceremonies, etc., attendant upon the burial of these soldiers. As
this matter is now published for the first time, its importance, from
an historical standpoint, can hardly be overestimated, even apart
from its interest as a narrative of what was perhaps the most
romantic (but horrible) war ever waged by the government, for the
purpose of subduing the Indian outbreaks in this country.
Coming in contact, as I do, with many thousands of people,
each year, I am continually being asked to spin "camp-fire" tales,
taken from my experiences in the army, and I contemplate in the
near future, publishing a narrative of some of the experiences of
the life of an enlisted man during forty-two years in the service
of Uncle Sam. This service has covered about all the phases of
duty that fall to the lot of a non-commissioned officer of the United
States Army.
Should my forthcoming book meet with anything like the kind
favor that has been extended to PONCEl DE LEON L.xND, I shall not
only be grateful. but shall feel that I have performed a needed
task in showing the public at large something of the life of the
American soldier.









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proposed to be erected. Commanders of corps are invited to take
the sense of their officers and men upon the subject and measures,
that any funds resulting therefrom may be retained by the paymas-
ter and by him transmitted to the quartermaster at St. Augustine,
subject to disbursement by such persons as shall be designated in
orders.
At the proper time orders will issue for the ceremony in which
every corps will be represented, and, as far as practicable, every
grade of those to whose memoy is designed this mark of respect.
(Signed) S. COOPER,
Asst. Adjutant General.
Cedar Keys, June 13th, 1842.



Headquarters, Military Department No. 9.
Cedar Keys, July 25th, 1842.
Order No. 25.
1. The remains of officers who have been killed in battle or who
have died on service, including those of the non-commissioned officers
and soldiers (being the command save two) who fell with Major Dade,
Sas also those of several non-commissioned officers and privates who
fell under peculiar circumstances of gallantry and conduct, have been
gathered and transferred to St Augustine, where suitable vaults are
constructed for the final reception, over which unostentatious monu-
ments will be erected to the memories of our late comrades. For this
purpose sufficient pecuniary means have been raised by the voluntary
subscription of the soldiers and officers of this command.
2.- The ceremony of interment will take place at St. Augustine
on the 15th day of August next, on which occasion every corps now
serving in the Territory will be represented, as well as every grade
(from lieutenant-colonel to private) of those to whose memory is de-
signed this mark of respect.
3. The senior officer of the line present will act as field officer
of the day and will conduct the ceremony according to the established
rules of the service.
4. The funeral escort will consist of as many companies, not ex-
ceeding six, as can be assembled without inconvenience to the service.
5. On the day of interment the flags at the different stations will
be displayed at half-staff, half-hour guns will be fired from meridian to
sundown, and minute guns at the place of interment during the
ceremony.
By order of Colonel Worth.
(Signed) S. COOPER,
SAssistant Adjutant General.

Headquarters, Military Department No. 9.
Cedar Keys, August 24th, 1842.
Order No. 28. -
1. It is hereby announced that hostilities with the Indians within
this Territory have ceased.











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Measures are taken to pass the few remaining within certain limits
-those in the far South immediately, those west of the Suwanee in a
few days, who, meantime there is every reasonable assurance, will con-
duct inoffensively if unmolested in their haunts.
The lands thus temporarily assigned as their planting and hunt-
ing grounds are within the following boundaries, viz: From the mouth
of Talokchopke, or Peace Creek, up the left bank of that stream to the
fork of the southern branch and following that branch to the head or
northern edge of Lake Istokpoga; thence down the eastern margin of
that lake to the stream which empties from it into the Kissimmee River,
following the left bank of said stream and river to where the latter
empties into Lake Okee-cho-bee; thence due south through said lake
and the Everglades to Shark River, following the right bank of that
river to the Gulf; thence along the Gulf shore (excluding all islands
between Punta Rasa and the head of Charlotte Harbor) to the place
of beginning.
The foregoing arrangements are in accordance with the instruc-
tions of the President of the United States.
By order of Colonel Worth.
(Signed) S. COOPER,
Assistant Adjutant General.
Lieutenant-Colonel Belknap being the senior officer present as-
sumed direction of the ceremony and formed the escort as follows:

Capt. T. P. Gwynn, 8th Infantry, commanding the escort.
Lieut. A. T. Lee, Acting Adjutant.

Escort composed of
Company "K,"' 8th Infantry-Lieut. I. S. Gelden.
Company "A," Sth Infantry-Lieut. L. Smith.
Company "1," 3d Artillery-Lieut. W. H. Shover.
Company "E,," 3d Artillcry-Lieut. B. Bragg.

Colors and Band of the 8th Infantry.
Field Music of the Artillery.
Clergy..
Platoon of the Guard of Honor.
Remains contained in seven wagons, each covered by the American
flag as a pall, and drawn by five elegant mules.
First and second wagons-Soldiers and Officers of Dade's Command.
Third and fourth wagons-Soldiers and Officers Killed in Battle.
Fifth, sixth and seventh wagons-Officers who have died in Florida.

Consisting each of one Sergeant, one Corporal and one Private.
Details from the different Regiments now serving in Florida.

Pallbearers:
Lieut, Benham, U. S. Engineers.
Dr. Martin, U. S. Army.
Maj. Van Ness, Paymaster, U. S. A.
Lieut. Col. Hunt, D. Q. M. Gen'l.
Lieut. Gordon, 3d Infantry.
Capt. Hanham, Actg. Ord. Off.
Capt. Seawell, 7th Infantry.
Bvt. Maj. Graham, 4th Infantry.












*122 oIxNCF u LeON LAND.

Platoon of the Guard of Honor-Lieut. Wallen.,
Colors and Band of the 3d Infantry.
Field Music of the 8th Infantry.
Company "F," 4th Infantry-Capt. Page.
Company "C," 8tb Infantry-Capt. Kelle.
Medical Faculty.

Mayor and Aldermen of St. Augustine.
Masonic Fraternity.
St. Augustine City Guards-Capt. P. R. Lopez.
Citizens generally of St. Augustine.

The remains being removed from the wagons, amid the firing of
minute guns, the Reverend M. Waters, of the Catholic Church, ad-
dressed the assembled multitude with great eloquence and beauty.
The services of the Episcopal Church were read by John Beard, Esq.,
and a concluding prayer offered by the Reverend Henry Axtell.
The remains were then placed in vaults prepared for their recep-
tion, and after a salute of musketry, the troops retired, and were
marched into quarters. The Masonic Fraternity proceeded from the
tombs to the Presbyterian Church, where a monody on the dead was
pronounced by D. W. Whitchurst, Esq. Half-hour guns were fired
until sunset, closing the solemnities of the day.



Medical Staff U. S. Army.
1. Clarke, Richard, surgeon, Maj. Gamble's, Fla., June 29, 1839;
disease contracted in Florida.
2. Elwes, A. W.. surgeon, died at Palatka June 12, 1842; disease con-
tracted in Florida.
3. Gatlin. I. S., asst. surg., died December 28, 1835; killed in battle,
E. F.
4. Lee, Thomas, asst. surg.. died at New York City Septomber ;,
1838; disease contracted in Florida.
5. Nourse, B. F., asst. surg., died at Key West, E. F., May, 1836; dis-
ease contracted in Florida.
S6. Noyes. Charles, asst. surg., died at St. Augustine, E. F., July 26,
1841; disease contracted in Florida.
7. Robertson, John, asst. surg., died at sea May 20, 1842; disease con-
tracted in Florida.
S. Sullivan, Wade, asst. surg., died at Camp Walker, E. F.. May 15,
1838; disease contracted in Florida.
9. Turtelot, A. C., asst. surg., died at Washington. D. C., December 8,
1837; disease contracted in Florida.
N10. Weightman. R., asst. surge died at St. Augustine, E. F., October 30,
1841; died.

1st Regiment of Dragoons.
1. Izard, James F., 1st leut., died at Camp Izard February 28, 1836;
killed in action.
2 Wheelock, T. B.. 1st lieut. died at Fort Micanopy June 15, 1836; dis
ease unknown. -











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2d Regiment of Dragoons.
1. Hamilton, Jas. W., 1st lieut., died at Fort Marion November 26, J
1837; disease unknown.
2. Kingsbury, Chas. E., 1st lieut., died near Fort Mellon June 9,
1837; fever.
3. Lane, John F., capt., died at Fort Drane October 19, 1836; disease
unknown.
4. McNeil, I. W. S., 2d liout., died at Mosquito September 11, 1837;
killed in action.
5. Winder, E. S., capt., died at E. Shore, Md., March 7, 1840; dis-
ease unknown, contracted in Florida.
1. Ash, William, prvt. Co. "E," died at St. Augustine June 17, 1837; *
disease unknown.
2. Augustanovitz, Stephen, privt. Co. "E," died at Ft. Heilman October
20, 1838; dysentery.
3. Aller, Wm. N., privt. Co. "H," died at Everglades December 10,
1840; killed in action.
4. Ackerman, Amen, privt Co. "K," died en route to Black Creek
November 19, 1839; drowned.
5. Alsop, Edwin, privt. Co. "K," died on steamboat June 26, 1841;
diarrhea.
6. Brown, Charles, privt. Co. "A," died at Caloosahatchio July 23,
1839; killed by the enemy.
S7. Brewer, Frederick, privt. Co. "B," died at Ft. Heilman December
27, 1839; accidentally drowned.
S8. Bardslee, Alanson, privt. Co. "B3." died at Flt. Reid Le;r'uary 6.
1841; disease unknown.
9. Bennett, John, privt. Co. "B," died at Ft. Many December 31,
1841; drowned.
10. Batherson, Jacob, privt. Co. "B." died at IFt. Many May 21, 1842;
(disaso unknown.
11. Backman, John, privt. Co. "C," ,lied at Picolata September 28,
18140; disease unknown.
12. Brooks, Charles A., privt. Co. "C," died at St. John's Bluff Feb-
ruary 15, 1842; dysentery.
13. Bailey, Benjamin, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Drane May 1, 1836;
disease unknown.
14. Bedford, John I., privt. Co. "D," died at Calooshatchie July 23,
1839; killed in action.
15. Bodizer, Andrew, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Mellon April 13,
1837; disease unknown.
16. Brown, Avery, privt. Co. "E," died on stcvainmr June 4, 1837; dis-
case unknown.
17. Bigelow, John, sergt. Co. "E," died at Caloosahatchie July 23,
1839; killed in action.
18. Brady, James 2d, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Brooks August 9,
1841; remittent fever.
19. Bedenham, Antoine. privt. Co. "0," died at St. Augustino Septem-. .
ber 5, 1837; peritonitis.
20. Boling, Cornelius, privt. Co. "G," died at Ft. Heilman November
26, 1840; consumption.
21. Bruce, James D., privL Co. "G," died at liculata March 6, 1841: -;
debility.:











124 Po'i DI-E, LION LAN.

22. Brungard, Martin, privt. Co.. "H," died at Fort Columbus October
15, 1839; lockjaw from disease contracted in Florida.
23. Bushman, Charles F., privt. Co. "H," died at Wacassassa February
10, 1840; lost-supposed'to have been killed.
24. Bell, Sutherland, privt. Co. "H," died at St. John's Bluff Septem-
ber 11, 184-1; chronic diarrhea.
25. Brady, Philip, privt. Co. "H," died at St. John's Bluff September
22, 1841; dropsy.
26. Burdricke, Andrew, corpl. Co. "H," died at Fort Gilmer March
20, 1842; chronic dysentery.
27. Batchelor, Justin. privt. Co. "K," died near Fort King March 27,
1840: accidentally shot.
28. Cunnington, Samuel A., p. musn, died at Fort McHenry May 6,
1839; diarrhea contracted in Florida:
29. Childs, Isaac. privt. Co. "A," died at Wekewa River July 29, 1840;
killed by the enemy.
30. Connelly, Patrick, privt. Co. "A," died at Picolata September 30,
1840; dysentery.
31. Connelly, Francis, farrier Co. "A," died at Fort Reid December 7,
1840; diarrhea.
32. Cinamon, Samuel, privt. Co. "A," died at St. John's Bluff April 27,
1841: disease unknown.
33. Corbett, John. privt. Co. "A," died between Traders Hill, Ga., and
Ft. Moria". F!a., September 4, 1841; accidentally killed-thrown
from his horse.
34. Claridge. Ge:ngc. privt. Co. "C." died near Cubehe Swamp August
24, 1839; found dead-shot.
35. Chase, Edward T., privt. Co. "C," died at Palatka'June 5, 1841;
remittent fever.
36. Church, Abiah, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Drane August 1, 1836;
disease unknown.
S37. Cole, John M., privt. Co. "D," died at St. Augustine October 24,
1836; disease unknown.
38. Collins, William, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Shannon February
13, 1841; disease unknown.
39. Ceory, John B., privt Co. "H," died at Fort No. 4 May 4, 1840;
accidentally shot by Lieut. Inge, 2d Dragoons.
40. Cook, Charles, privt. Co. "H," died at St. John's Bluff April 7, 1841;
chronic diarrhea.
41. Clark, Josiah, privt Co. "H," died at Fort Mellon July 3, 1841;
chronic diarrhea.
42. Clark, Christopher, privt. Co. "I,' died at Fort Pierce February
26, 1833; disease unknown.
43. Coleman, John S., privt. Co. "I," d. id at Fort Columbus August 20,
1839; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
44. Cary, Obed, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Reid December 28, 1840;
disease unknown.
45. Diggs, Miles, privt. Co. "A," died at Newnansville October -,
1837; disease unknown.
46. Dubois, Charles, privt. Co. "A," died at Black Creek June 10, 1839;
debility.
47. Delong, Thomas, privt. Co. "C," died at PIcolata September 21,
1840; debility. .
48. Dunbar, John S., privt Co. "D," died at Fort Drane May 16, 1836;
disease unknown. -













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49. Douglass, B. M., privt. Co. "G," aied at Fort Braden May 21, 1840;
disease unknown.
50. Dantz, Francis, privt Co. "G," died at Ft. Heileman January 1,
1841; fever.
51. Dougherty, James, privt. Co. "H," died at St. John's Bluff April
24, 1841; chronic diarrhea.
52. Durrin, Oliver, privt. Co. "H," died at St. John's Bluff October 15,.
1841; chronic diarrhea.
53. Doyle, Michael, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Fanning April 14, 1840;
disease unknown.
54. Donahoo, Christopher, privt. Co. "I," died at Picolata October 3,.
1840; disease unknown.
55. Devine, James, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Micanopy August 8,
1838; consumption.
56. Edwards, John, corpl. Co. "A," died at Aspalago October 22, 1838;
congestive fever.
57. Faulkner, Thomas B., privt. Co. "B," died near Gary's Ferry Oc-
tober 6, 1837; dysenteria.
58. Flaherty, Paul, privt. Co. "D," died at Ft. Heileman July 31, 1838;
effects of heat.
53. France, John I., privt. Co. "F," died at St. Augustine January 6, \
1838; disease unknown.
60. Ford, James, corpl. Co. "F," died at Ft. Brooke July 22, 1841; con-
glecis cerebri.
61. Filipowskie. Jacob, privt. Co. "H," died at Fort Reld Decomber
4, 1840; dysenteria.
62. Ferrin, William, privt. Co. "I," died at St. Augustine December 18,
1837; disease unknown.
63. Gross, John, privt. Co. "A," died at Picolata August 20, 1840;
disease unknown.
64. Graff, George, privt Co. "A," died at I'icolata April 5, 1841; dis- .
ease unknown.
65. Grant, William, priht, Co. "B," died at Micanopy August 9, 1838;
debility.
66. Gibson, George G., privt. Co. "D," died at St. Augustine September v
29, 1836; disease unknown.
67. Getts, Amos G., privt Co. "D," died at Mt. Vernon Arsenal Novem-
ber 28, 1841; chronic diarrhea contracted in Florida.
68. Goulding, William, privt. Co. "F," died at Cedar Keys December 19,
1841; chronic dysentery.
69. Grant, Charles R., privt. Co. "G," died at Matanzas Bar August 18,
1837; drowned.
70. Hall, Edmond M., privt. Co. "A," died at Picolata March 26, 1841; '
chronic dysentery.
71. Hopps, Philander, privt Co. "B," died at Picolata August 31, 1840; .
disease unknown.
72. Henderson, Andrew, privt. Co. "C," died at St. John's Bluff August
22, 1841; ordinary disease.
73. Hyde, John, privt. Co. "C," died near Micanopy Ma; 20, 1836; shot
by the enemy.
74. Hodge, John A., privt Co. "D," died at Micanop,; June 10, 1836;
died of wounds received in action January 9, 1836.
75. Hackett, Patrick, privt. Co. "D," died at Micanopy July 20, 1836; -
'died of wounds received in action at Welika Pond July 19.'











126 PONCE DE LEON LAND.

76. Holmes, William. privt. Co. "D," died at Micanopy July 21, 1836;
died of wounds received in action at Welika Pond July 19.
77. Harrington, John, privt. Co. "D," died at St. Augustine September
7, 1836; disease unknown.
78. Halstead, David, privt. Co. "D," died at Ft. Heileman September
30, 1836; disease unknown.
79. Hamilton. Thomas, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Mellon May 4,
1883G; disease unknown.
80. Hartnell, Daniel, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Preston June 27, 1840;
fever.
81. Henderson, John, privL Co. "E," died at Fort Jessup April 17, 1842;
disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
82. Hall. Henry I-., privt. Co. "F," died at St. John's River October 2,
1840; drowned.
83. Howard, Zepheniah, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Mellon June 16,
1837; disease unknown.
84. Howland, John, corpl. Co. "G," died at Fort Brooke January 20,
1839; disease unknown.
85. Hamblin, Joseph M., privt Co. "G," died at Ft. Heileman Novem-
ber 29, 1840; fever.
S8SG. Heidle, William, privt. Co. "G," died at Picolata December 0, 1840;
disease unknown.
87. Henderson. William, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Russell Septein-
ber 4, 1841; ordinary disease.
88. Hendry. David, privt Co. "H," died at Withlacoochie September
20, 1838; drowned.
89. Jones, William, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Mellon February 4,
1838; disease unknown.
* 90. Jacobs, Samuel, privt. Co. "D," died at St. Augustine October 4,
1836; disease unknown.
91. Jacobus, John, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Drane July 18, 1836;
killed by the enemy.
92. Jeffs, John, privt. Co. "F," died at Caloosahatchie July 23, 1839;
killed in action.
93. Jones, James, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Weeden December 8,
1S39; died.
94. Johnson, Jesse, privt. Co. "G," died at St. Johns April 16, 1841;
ordinary disease.
15. Jones, Isaac, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Macomb October 19, 1841;
disease unknown.
96. Johnson, William H., privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Butler May 23,
1839; shot.
97. King, John H., privt. Co. "A,'' died at Fort Heileman December 20,
1839; dysenteria.
98. Kuceene, Charles, privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Reid November 21,
1840; disease unknown.
-99. Kernan, F., privt Co. "D," died at St. Augustine September 29,
1836; disease unknown.
100. Kane, Michael, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Monroe January 25,
1838; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
101. King. Benjamin, privt. Co. "F," died at Picolata February 7, 1838;
disease unknown.
102. King. Joseph R., privt. Co. "F." died at Fort Rold September 9,
1840; remittent fever.












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103. Kencin, John A., privt Co. "I," died at Picolata December 6, 1840;
disease unknown.
104. Long, William H., prlvt. Co. "B," died at Tampa November 22, 183'9;
disease unknown.
105. Lawrence, Joel, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Searle February 10,
1840; apoplexy.
106. Luther, Job, privt, Co. "C," died at Tampa Bay August 23, 1839;
or wounds received at the Cail : :;ailulchlIo.
107. Lugo, Augustus, privt. Co. "C," iiod at St. John's Bluff October
14, 1841; ordinary disease.
108. Lyons, Michael, privt. Co.."D," died at Fort Drane July 24, 1836;
disease unknown.
109. Leddy, John, privt. Co. "F," died at St. John's Bluff March 31, 1841;
chronic dysentery.
110. Lewis, Jacob, bugler Co. "F," died at Fort Brooke October 12, 1841;
remittent fever.
111. Leman, Charles, privt. Co. "G," died at Garey's Ferry December
13, 1839; disease unknown.
112. Laney,.Patrick, privt. Co. "H," died at Picolata March 1, 1837;
consumption..
113. Lambert, Chris D., privt. Co. "H," died at Fort Mellon July 12,
1841; chronic diarrhea.
114. Laforce, William, privt. Co. "I," died at Tampa Bay August 10,
1840; chronic diarrhea.
115. McDonald, Otho W., privt Co. "A," died at Fort Gilliland April 18,
1837; dis!a:;e unknown.
116. McDonald, Michael, privt. Co. "A," died at Black Creek January
19, 1839; disease unknown.
117. Mullen, Arthur, privt. Co. "B," died at Tampa November 27, 1839;
disease unknown.
118. Miller, William, privt. Co. "C," died at Picolata December 7, 1840;
influenza.
119. Merrill. Hiram, privt. Co. "C," died at St. John's Bluff February
18, 1842; dysentery.
120. Mentz, Anton. pIivt. Co. "D," died at St. Augustine August 27,
1836; disease unknown.
12.1. McDonald, Williami. privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Heileman October
25. 1836; disease unknown.
122. Myers. Sinict'c, privt. Co. "D)," died at Tampa Bay June 10, 1836;
disease unknown.
123. Martin, Thomas. privt. Co. "I)." died at Tampa Bay November
21, 183(i; diiea.re unknown.
124. McCabe, Richard. p.ivt. Co. "D," died at Cedar Keys November
29, 1841; dysentery.
S125. Miller, Charles, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Mellon February 3,
1838; disease unknown.
126. Martin, George F.. privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Columbus January
2, 1841; dysenteria. contracted in Florida.
127. Mee, Edward, privt. Co. "F," died at Caloosahatchie July 23, 1839;
killed in action.
128. McCraith, John K., privt. Co. "F," died at Palatha December 28,
1840; debility.
129 Mitchell. John. privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Reid February 16, 1841;
dysenteria.













128 PONCE ID LEON LAND.

130. McKeggan, John, privt. Co. "F," died at St. John's B.uff April b.
1841; dysentery.
131. Monohan, John, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Brooke January 4,
1842; diarrhea.
132. McCourt, John, privt Co. "G," died at Fort Sherrard May 4, 1839;
disease unknown.
133. Marks, Albert, privt, Co. "G," died at Fort Heileman September
16, 1840; disease unknown.
134. Margen, Simon, privt. Co. "G," died at Cedar Keys November 4,
1840; dysenteria.
135. Martar, Jacob, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Heileman January 5,
1841; consumption.
136. Morris, Evan, privt Co. "I." died at Newnanville June 3, 1837;
drowned.
137. McMahon, Thomas, corpl. Co. "I," died at Fort King June 4, 1840;
consumption.
' 138. Mixter. Lorenzo D., privt. Co. "K," died at St. Augustine February
28, 1838; consumption.
139. McPherson, Daniel, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Reid January 7,
1841; diarrhea.
140. McMahon, Roger, privt Co. "K," died at Fort Deynand November
18, 1841; debility.
.141. Nicholas, Horace, prlvt. Co. "C," died at Caloosahatchie July 23,
1839; killed by the enemy.
142. Napier, James A., sergt. Co. "D," died at Fort Peyton Decembel
9, 1839; fever.
143. Norton, William P., corpl. Co. "F," died at Fort Norton August 16,
1838; shot by Indians.
144. Niles, Arthur, privt Co. "F," died at Fort Reid February 10, 1841;
dysenteria.
145. Nolan, Edward, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Russell September 10,
1841; ordinary disease.
146. Newell, George, privt. Co. "H," died at Suwanee Springs May 14.
1842; killed by a citizen.
" 147. Ninebar, Henry, privt. Co. "I," died at Picolata November 5, 1840,
diarrhea.
- 148. Ott, Sigmund, privt. Co. "F," died at St. Augustine July 4, 1837;
disease unknown.
149. Pheiffer. Henry W.. privt. Co. "B," died at Garey's Ferry October
11, 1840; debility.
150. Penson, Christian, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Reid February 10,
1841; diarrhea.
S151. Peters, Charles, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Mellon February 12,
1838; general decay.
152. Parker, John, privt Co. "E," died at Fort Henderson, Ga., Septem-
ber 4, 1841; dysentery, contracted in Florida.
153. Pearce, Merritt, privt. Co. "F," died on board transport July 10,
1838; consumption.
154. Painter, Samuel, privt. Co. "I," died at Castle Pinkney, S. C., Janu-
ary 18, 1837; disease unknown; contracted in Florida.
155. Pratt, Joseph, privt. Co. "I," died at Micanopy October 21, 1837;
disease unknown.
156. Proctor, Edward, privL Co. "I," died at Fort White A.1ugust 9, 1838;
mortification of leg.












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157. Purdy, John, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Heileman August 24,
1840; chronic diarrhea.
358. Runyon, Matthias L., privt. Co. "B," died at Fbrt Reid October 10,
1840; diarrhea.
159. Richardson, Daniel, privt. Co. "B," died at New Orleans August 1,
1838; congestive fever, contracted in Florida.
160. Roberts, James, privt, Co. "E," died at Ocklocknee River February
28, 1840; accidentally killed.
161. Redmond, Dennis, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Brooke September
13, 1841; affection of the liver.
162. Rawson, John W., corpl. Co. "G," died at Fort Mellon May 8, 1837;
dysentery.
163. Ray, George, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort White June 16, 1842;
congestive fever.
164. Stansbury, John, privt. Co. "A," died at Tampa Bay October 18,
1838; consumption.
165. Stephens, Thomas, privt. Co. "A," died at Palatka May 11, 1841;
disease unknown.
166. Smith, William, privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Shannon August 4,
1841; disease unknown.
167. Smithcr, Willihm, privt. Co. "B," died near Fort Jupiter April 19,
3838; dysentery.
168. Saltzman, Jacob, privt. Co. "B," died at Picolata November 22,
1840; diarrhea.
169. Simmons, Job, sergt. Co. "C," died at Caloosahatchie July 23. 1839;
killed by the enemy.
170. Steele, Charles C., musn. Co. died at St. John's Bluff August
26, 1841; ordinary disease.
171. Smart, Warren, privt. Co. "C," died at St. John's Bluff January
6, 1842; dysentery.
172. Spear, Joseph, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Monroe August 20, 1841;
chronic diarrhea, contracted in Florida.
173. Spear, James W.. privt. Co. "D," died at Baton Rouge December
22, 1841; intermittent fever, contracted in Florida.
174. Shepner, George, privt. Co. "E," died at St. Augustine July 6, 1837; v
disease unknown.
175. Stephenson, Isaac, corpl. Co. "E," died at Fort Peyton November
14, 1837; disease unknown.
176. Strange, John W., privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Hamilton November
17, 1837; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
177. Smith, Clarke, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Mellon February 6, 1838;
disease unknown.
178. Smith, John. privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Peyton March 29, 1849;
accidentally drowned.
179. Sheridan, Edward, privt. Co. "E." died at Fort Henderson, Ga.,
June 24, 1841; haemorrhagia.
380. SIbolski, Jacob, privt. Co. "'," died at Fort Shannon June 22, 1839;
dysenteria.
181. Shutte, Andrias, privt Co. "G," died at Matanzas Bar August 18,
1837; drowned.
182. Slebel, Henry, privt. Co. "G," died at Matanzas Bar August 18,
1837; drowned.
183. Slean, James, privt. Co. "G," died at Picolata September 17, 1838;
dysenteria.











130 P1'XCE DK LEON SLAND.

184. Shaffner, John, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Jessup February 19,
1842; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
185. Sabine. George I.. privt. Co. "H," died at Fort Mellon May 15, 1837;
cholera spasmodica.
186. Squire, Edson. privt. Co. "H," died at Picolata February 17, 1841;
disease unknown.
187. Smith, Henry, privt. Co. "I," died at Key West September 16, 1840;
chronic diarrhea.
188. Stankel, Nicholas, privt. Co. "K," died at Black Creek May 27,
1838; dysenteria,
189. Stringer, James, privt Co. "K," died at Black Creek November
22, 1840; diarrhea.
190. Spencer, John, privt. Co. "K," died at St. John's Bluff February
12, 1842; chronic dysentery.
1191. Tippett, William, privt Co. "A," died at St. Augustine March 10,
1837; disease unknown.
192. Taylor, George, privt Co. "B," died at Fort Reid October 8, 1840;
disease unknown.
193. Toohil, William, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Jessup February 27,
1842; dropsy, contracted in Florida.
194. Thompson, Robert, privt. Co. "F," died at Caloosahatchie July
23, 1839; killed in action.
1.395. Thielman," Gustave. privt. Co. "H," died at Picolata January 4,;i
1841; chronic diarrhea.
196. Troutman, Alois, privt Co. "I," died at sea October 24, 1840; con-
sumption.
- 197. Van Tassel, Daniel, privt. Co. "B," died at Picolata September 6,
1S40; disease unknown.
198. Vervalen. William C., privt Co. "H," died at Fort Fanning August
5, 1840; congestive fever.
199. Willis, James. Q. M. Sergt, died at Fort Heileman October 28,
1S40; disease of the lungs.
S200. Webb, James, Farrier, Co. "A," died at St. Augustine May 29, 1838;
disease unknown.
2'il. Wolcott, Cyrus, sergt. Co. "C," died at Hanson's Farm October 28,
1840; accidentally killed.
202. Winn, Timothy, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Drane June 19, 1836;
disease unknown.
203. Wilcox, Andrew, privt Co. "E," died at Fort Mellon February 3,
183; disease unknown.
204. White, Richard, privt. Co. "F," died at Caloosahatchie July 23,
1839; killed in action.
205. White, John, privt. Co. "F," place of death unknown, November
15, 1839; disease unknown.
206. Warren, Chandler M.. privt Co. "G," died at Fort King August 5,
1838; congestive fever.
207. White, Thomas, privt. Co. "G," died at Picolata January 8, 1841;
intermittent fever.
208. Wood, James. privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Brooke October 30, 1840;
disease unknown
209. Wagner, William, privt. Co. "K," died at Palatka September 2;,
1841; disease unknown.












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210. Wandell, Aug. R., privt. Co. "K," died near Pilokllkapah April 19,
1842; killed in action by Indians.
211. York, David, privt. Co. "I)," place of death unknown, April 1, 1836;
died of wounds received in action at cove of Withlacoochie
March 31.
212. Young. James, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Drane April 25, 183;;
disease unknown.

1. Tintel, Ferdinand, Drag. recruit died at Fort Mellon April 29, 1838;
disease unknown.

1st Regiment of Artillery.

1. Gates, Lemuel, capt. Co. "C," died at Micanopy August 6, 1838;
disease unknown.

1. Brady, John, privt. Co. "A," died at Picolata May 22, 1836; dis.
ease unknown.
2. Bolles, John, privt. Co. "A," died at Picolata June 7, 1836; dis- :
ease unknown.
3. Bader, Karl, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort DrIan July 19, 1831;;
fever.
4. Brittingham, Samuel, privt. Co. "E." died near Garey's Ferry Sep-
tember 1. 1836; fever.
5. Bleeker, Abraham, privt. Co. "F," died at St. Augustine October 9,i
1836; fever.
6. Benner, John M., privt. Co. "F," died at Black Creek October 25,
1836; fever.
7. Burridge. Thomas, privt. Co. '"V," di'd at HL. Augustine February <
10, 1836; consumption.
8. Chamberlin, Moses, sergt. Co. "H." 'di:ed at Key West August 5,
1836; disease unknown.
9. Connelly, Robert, privt. Co. "'G" di(ed at ft. Augustine November."
35, 1836; fever.
10. Camplhll, Patrick, privt. Co. '." diol at t ot. Ifeileman Dvccm-
ber 12, 1836; pleurisy.
11. Coats. C. C., privt. Co. "F," died at St. Augustine January 20, 1838;'/
disease unknown.
12. Collins, James, privt. Co. "I," died at Miami River March 3'1, 1838;
inllammatlion of the bowels.
13. Collins, Daniel, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Pierce February 12,
1838; disease unknown.
14. Curry, James, privt. Co. "A," died at Picolata April 22, 183,; di.s-
easO unknown.
15. Durley, Thomas, privt. Co. "F," died at Tampa Hlay Augstmt "5,
1837; fever.
16. Eastman, Calvin B., artificer Co. "B," died at Mull=t Key July 30,
1837; disease unknown.
17. Foley, William, privt. Co. "F," died near Tampa Bay June 3, 1837;
fever.
18. Fullerton, A. W., privt Co. "I," died at Jupiter Creek January 15,
1838; killed in action.
19. Gardner, Robert, sergt. Co. "G," died at St. Augustine May 30, 1836; v
fever.












132' PONCE DE LEON LAND.

20. Griffeth, Benjamin, Co. "E," died at Wahoo Swamp November 21,
1836; killed in action. ; : : -
21. Harris, William, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Drane April 2, 1836;
disease unknown.
22. Hill, Robert, privt Co. "B," died at Fort Gilleland June 20, 1836;
disease unknown.
'23. Hamilton, John, privt Co. "F," died at Picolata April 21. 1836;
fever.
24. Hubbard, James, sergt. Co. "H," died near Micanopy August 27,
1836; fever.
25. Hardy, Daniel, privt. Co. "H," died at St. Augustine August 30,
1836; fever.
S26. Harris, John, prlvt. Co. "C," died at St. Augustine September 6,
1836; measles.'
27. Horane, John, privt. Co. "A," died at Tampa Bay November 9,
1836; disease unknown..
28. Houlihan. Cornelius, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Brooke December'
27, 1836; disease unknown.
29. Hickey, William, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Brooke December 1,
1837; disease unknown.
30. Haggerty, Daniel, privt. Co. "A," died near Fort Pierce January
3, 1838;disease unknown.
31. Humphrey, Morgan L., privt. Co. "I," died at Jupiter River January,
14, 1838; inflammation of brain.
32. Ingles, William, privt. Co. "H," died at Fort Brooke June 12, 1836;
S disease unknown.
33. Jones, John, privt. Co. "I," died at Lake Thonotosassa, F., June
7, 1837; intermittent fever.
S34. Johnson, Augusthia, corpl. Co. "C," died at St. Augustine June 4,
1838; died of wounds.
35. Kelly, Elias, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Dade March 2, 1837; dis-
ease unknown.
36. Kepler, Jacob, privt. Co. "I," died at Jupiter Creek January 15,
1838; killed in action.
- 37. Lynch, James, sergt. Co. "B," died en route to Picolata March 2,
1836; accidentally killed.
38. Lomer, William, privt. Co. "H," died at St. Augustine September
4, 1836; disease unknown.
39. Lawler, Charles, privt. Co. "C," died at Fort Heileman December
4, 1836; dysentery.
40. Moody, James W., privt. Co. "C," died at Fort Drane January 8.
1836; wounds received at battle of Withlacoochee December
31, 1835.
41. Moorman, Henry, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Drane June 19, 1836;
fever.
42. Mayfield, Benjamin, privt. Co. "F," died at Garey's Ferry June 18,
1836; fever.
43. Morris, Isaac, corpl. Co. "H," died at Fort Brooke September 3,
1836; disease unknown.
-44. Miles, Thomas, privt. Co. "C," died at St. Augustine October 14,
1836; debility.
15. Meade, William, privt Co. "B," died at Fort Brooke November 4,
1837; disease unknown.












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46. Mills, John H., privt. Co. "G," died.at St..Augustine March 22, V
1838; dysentery. .
47. Nash, Samuel, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Drane June 15, 1836;
fever.
48. O'Donaghey, Peter W., privt. Co. "C," died at Fort King October 9,
1835; disease unknown.
49. O'Neile, John, privt. Co. "C," died at St. Augustine October 23,
1836; disease unknown. *
50. Runyon, John, sergt. Co. "D," died en route to Florida February
27, 1836; killed accidentally.
51. Robinson, George. privt. Co. "C," died at St. Augustine October-'
14, 1836; fever.
52. Sharpe, Thomas, privt. Co. "D," died near St. Josephs May 8, 1836;
killed in action.
53. Shay, Michael, privt. Co. "B," died at Garey's Ferry July 7, 1836;
bilious fever.
54. Sherry, John, privt. Co. "G," died at St. Augustine July 28, 183G;&
inflammation of the liver.
55. Sykes, John, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Drane August 21, 1836;
killed in action.
56. Schroeder, Conrad, privt. Co. "B," died at St. Augustine September ,
25, 1836; dropsy.
57. Stone, E. P., privt. Co. "F," died at St. Augustine December 31, V:
1836; fever.
58. Smith, Thomas, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Brooke August 17,
1837; disease unknown.
59. Shearlock, James, privt, Co. "C," died at St. Augustine September*
8, 1837; disease unknown.
0O. Smith, John, privt. Co. "C," died at Fort Marion December 22, v
1837; disease unknown.
61. Viars, George, musn. Co. "C," died at Fort King November 23,
1835; disease unknown.
62. Williams, John, 1st sergt. Co. "D," died at Fort Marion April 5,
1836; shot by Privt. Samuel Wright.
63. Wilson, George, privt. Co. "H," died at Picolata June 23, 1836; >
disease unknown.
64. Waggott, John, corpl. Co. "H," died at St. Augustine August 22, v
1836; fever.
65. Yerby, Charles T., sergt. Co. "F," died at St. Augustine November
25, 1837.; pneumonia.

2d Regiment of Artillery.
1. Adams, Thomas B., 1st lieut. Co. "H," died at Fort Dade, Decem-'
14, 1837; remittent fever.
2. Basinger, W, E., 2d lieut. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre Decem-
ber 28, 1835; killed in action.
3. Chambers, James A., capt Co. "B," died at Baltimore December
10. 1838; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
4. Gardiner, G. W., capt. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
5. Heileman, Julius F., major and bvt. lieut.-col., died at Fort Drane
June 27, 1836; disease unknown.










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6. Henderson. S. E., 2d lieut. Co. "E," died at Washington City July
4, 1836; disease unknown, contracted in Florida., .
S7. Henderson, R., Br. 2d lieut. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre De-
cember 28, 1835; killed in action.
8. Mellon, Charles, capt. Co. "C," died at Lake Monroe February 8,
1837; died in action.
9. Smyth, Constantine, 1st lieut. Co. "F," died near Fort King De-
cember 28, 1835; killed by the Indians.

1. Atkinson, James, corpl. Co. "G," died at Fort Brooke October 14,
1836; inflammation of the brain.
2. Allender, John, privt. Co. "F," died at Wahoo Swamp November
21, 1836; killed in action.
3. Belton, Edward, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre December.
28, 1835; killed in action.
4. Black, Williams, privt. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
5. Bourke. Richard, privt. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre December
.28, 1835; killed in action.
6. Barton, Rufus, privt. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
7. Boyen, Owen, privt. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre December
28. 1835; killed in action.
8. Bowen, Richard R., privt. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre De-
cember 28, 1S35; killed in action.
9. Bondon. Henry, privt. Co. "H," died at Dade's Massacre Decem-
ber 28, 18:35; killed in action.
10. Barr, John. privt Co. "F," died at Fort Heileman June 3, 1837;,
disEaze unknown.
11. Byrne, John, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Foster March 9, 1838;.
typhoid fever.
12. Brady, Daniel, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Clinch May :1o, 1838;
killed by the Indians.
13. Cooper, Philip, sergt. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
14. Clark, Nicholas, corpl. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre December
28. 1835; killed in action.
15. Curney, William, musn. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre Decem-
ber 28, 1835; killed in action.
16. Craig, John, privt. Co. "H," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
17. Cusack, Nicholas, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Mellon September 23,
183G; disease unknown.
18. Collins, Edward, privt. Co. "F," died at Volusia November 18, 1836;
disease unknown.
19. DcCourcey, Edward. privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre De-
cember 28, 1835; killed in action.
20. Dunlap, James, corpl. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
21. Davis, Thomas, privt. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
22. Dunn, Francis, sergt. Co. "A," died at Camp Izard February 29,
1836; killed In action.











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23. DeGraff, Peter, privt. Co. "E," died at Wahoo Swamp November-
21, 1836; killed in action.
24. Davis, William P., corpl. Co. "G," died at Fort Clinch May 20,
1838; killed by the Indians.
25. Ellsworth, John. privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Pike April 17, 1838;
dropsy.
26. Foley, Dennis, privt. Co. "H," died at Fort Brooke April 25, 1836;
chronic dysentery.
27. Frams, Engleman, privt. Co. "E," died at Garey's Ferly August 14,
1836; disease unknown.
28. Franklin, Daniel, musn. Co. "C," died at Fort Peyton July 13, 1837:
consumption.
29. Fortune, Patrick, privt Co. "D," died at Fort Marion April 29, 1838;
disease unknown.
30. Green, Robert, privt. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
31. Grant, Isaac C., privt. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
32. Gillett, Alpheus, privt. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massar re December
28, 1835; killed in action.
33. Gordon, Joseph, privt. Co. "'1 died at Fort Fostei January 26,
1838; disease unknown.
34. Gardner, Warren, privt. Co. "'." died at Fort Hanson February 27,
-1838; consumption. .
35. Hood, John, 1st serigt. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
36f; IIeck, Charles T., niusn. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre Decem-
ber 28, 1835; killed in action.
37. Howard, George, artificer Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre De-
cember 28, 1835; killed inaction.
38. hall.tr, .John, privt. Co. "C," died at Dad'.s' Massac re December
28, 183:5; killed in action.
39. Hurley, John, privt. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massa re December.
28, 1835; killed in action.
40. Holmes, William, privt. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre Decem-
ber 28, 1835; killed in action.
41. Hill, Cornelius, privt. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre December.
28, 1835; killed in action.
42. Hanahan. Timothy, privt. Co. "H," died at Fort Brooke April 16,.
1836; gastritis.
43. Holmes, James, privt Co. "F," died at Fort Drane May 31, 1836;:
disease unknown.
44. lall, Tristram P., musn, Co. "D," died at Fort Peytcn September
20, 183:7; disease unknown.
45. Hawk, William, privt. Co. "B." died at Fort Foster October 31,
1837; disease unknown.
46. Hicks, Nathaniel, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Frazier March 14,
1838; run over by wagon.
47. Holland, John, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Clinch May 20, 1838;
killed by the Indians.
48. Jewell, Daniel, privt. Co. "C," died at Fort Pickens September 24,
1835; bilious fever.












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49. Jewell, Aaron, privt Co. "C." died at Dade a Massacre. December
28, 1835; killed in action.
50. Jones, John, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Foster December 17, 1837;
disease unknown.
51. Kenney, Michael, privt. Co. "B," Cied at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
52. Knarr,'Thomas, privt. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
53. Keirns, John, privt. Co. "H." died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
54. King, James, privt. Co. "F," died at Volusia November 8, 1836;
disease unknown.
5 Kelly, John, privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Pike March 9, 1838; dis-
ease unknown, contracted in Florida.
56. Laughlin, Anthony, privt Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre De-
cember 28, 1835; killed in action.
57. Lovis, John, sergt Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre December.
28, 1835; killed in action.
58. Larkens. James, privt. Co. "C," died at Fort Mellon March 3, 1837;
disease unknown.
59. Larkins, Patrick, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Clinch May 14, 1838;
Drowned in the Withlachoochee.
60. McCartney, John, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre Decem-
ber 28, 1835; killed in action.
61. McWiggin,-John, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action..
62. McDonald, James, privt. Co. "'." died at Dade's Massacre Decem-
ber 28, 1835; killed in action.
63. Mulvalial, Robert. privt. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre Decem-
her 28. 1835; killed in action.
62. McMee, Hugh, privt. Co. "H," died at Dade's Massacree December
28, 1835; killed'in action.
65. McGrau, William, artificer Co. "F," died at Dade's Massacre De-
cember 28, 1835; killed in action.
66. McFeely. James. privt. Co. "D," died at Garey's Ferry May 9. 1830;.
hepatitis.
''67. McKay. James, privt. Co. "F," died en route to Picolata July 25,
1836; disease unknown.
68. McEnery, Hugh, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Heileman October 24,
1837; disease unknown.
69. Miller, John, privt Co. "H," died at Fort Brooke October 12, 1837;
scurvy.
70. Morely. Samuel, privt. Co. "C," died at New Smyrna October 31,
1837; disease unknown.
71. Neeley, William, privt. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
72. Perry, Hugh, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre December
28. 1835; killed in action.
73. Patten. John A., privt. Co. "H," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
74. Philips. Reuben. prlvt. Co. "H," died at Dade's Massacre December
28. 1835: 1:1lled in action.












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.75. Paddy, James, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Brooke January 15, 1836;
tetanus.
76. Pockman, Gideon, corpl. Co. "D," died at Fort Marion November 6,
183(;; disease unknown.
77. Power, James, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Brooke May 7, 1837;
drowned.
78. Percy, Robert, privt. Co. "H," died at Fort Brooke September 19,
1837; dysentery and scurvy.
79. Rooney, Patrick, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action;-
80. Ryan, Michael, corpl. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
81. Robertson, Williani, privt. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre De-
cember 28, 1835; killed in action.
82. Rafferty, Patrick, privt. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
83. Reilly, John, privt. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
84. Rodman, Robert, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Dade February 1,
1837; disease unknown.
85. Roache, William, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Heileman December
27, 1837; consumption.
86. Savin, Thomas, sergt. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
.87. Schneider, Caspar, privt. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre Decem-
ber 28, 1835; killed in action.
88. Stafford, John, privt. Co. "IH," died at Dade's Massacre December
28. 1335; killed in action.
89. Shcarlckier. Andrew, privt. Co. "D," (died at Fort Drane December
31, 1835; killed in action.
90. Scanlon, John, privt. Co. "E." died at Garey's Ferry August 5, 1836;
disease unknown.
91. Scofield. John. privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Marion September 10,
1836; disease unknown.
92. Sands. Hamilton, privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Brooke July 24, 1837;
disease unknown.
93. Scennet, Stephen, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Frazier October 16,
1837; drowned.
94. Streeter, Joseph, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Helleman December
36, 1837; accidentally shot.
95. Taylor, William, privt. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
96. Taylor. Isaac, privt. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
97. Taylor, Hiram, privt. Co. "H," died at Dade'p Massacre December
.28, 1835; killed in action.
98. Thornton, Thomas, privt. Co. "H," died at Dade's Massacre Decem-
ber 28, 1835; killed in action.
99. Tracy, Trueman, privt. Co. "F," died at Withlacoochie March 21,
1836; disease unknown.
100. Taylor, Whiteside, privt Co.."G," died at Fort Brooke July 17,
1837; drowned. : *










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101. Wilson, Joseph, privt. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
102. Worcester, Orville, privt. Co. "C," died at Dade's Massacre Decem-
ber 28, 1835; killed in action.
103. Wright, William, privt. Co. "H," died at Dade's Massacre Decem-
ber 28, 1835; killed in action.
104. Wood, Thomas M., privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Brooke December
3, 1835; effects of cold.

3d Regiment of Artillery.
1. Davidson, W. B., capt. Co. "K," died at Indian Key December 25,
1840; diarrhea.
2. Fraser, U. S., capt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre December
S 28, 1835; killed in action.
3. Garner, H., capt. Co. "G," died at Picolata October 23, 1841; yel..
low fever.
S4. Herring, D. S., 1st lieut. Co. "I," died at St. Augustine June 22,
1836; yellow fever.
S5. Jennings, R. S., 2d lieut. Co. "A," died at St. Augustine October
12. 1839; yellow fever.
6. Keais, I. L., bt. 2d lieut. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre Decem-
ber 28, 1835; killed in action.
7. Lyon, Elijah, capt. Co. "E," died at Washington November 19,
1843; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
8. Maitland, W. S., bvt. capt. Co. "C," died at Charlotte Harbor
August 19, 1837; drowned himself during temporary insanity
caused by wounds received in Florida.
9. Mudge, R. R., 2d lieut. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
-10. Poole, 1., 1st lieut. Co. "I," died at St. Augustine November 9,
1839; yellow fever.
.11. Rodney, G. C., ]st lieut. Co. "B," died at St. Augustine Novem-
ber 9, 1839; yellow fever.

1. Arrowsmith, 1. A., privt. Co. "G," died at sea June 21, 1842; chron-
ic diarrhea.
, 2. Brunton, John, Q. M. sergt. Co. "G," died at Picolata April 7, 1839;
fever.
3. Bangs, Jacob, sergt. Co. "I," died at Withlochoochee November 13,
1836; drowned fording the river.
4. Bell, John, sergt. Co. "G," died at St. Augustine November 5. 1841;
yellow fever.
5. Brower, Parker, corpl. Co. "A," died at Locha Hatchee January 24,
1837; killed in action.
6. Burke. Edward, artificer Co. "H," died at Locha Hatchee Janua-


30, 1837; fever.
8. Balz, Frederick, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Lauderdale February
20, 1839; killed by the Indians.
9. Brunham, A. I., privt. Co. "K." died at Fort Heileman June 10,
1839; disease unknown.












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10. Boyce, ,Thomas, Privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Lauderdale Septem-
ber 27, 1839; killed by the Indians.
11. Dennett, James, privt. Co. "B," died at New Smyrna September
29, 1840; fever.
12. Brunner, John, privt. Co. "G," died at St. Augustine November 3,
1841; yellow fever.
13. Beck, John, privt. Co. "G," died at St. Augustine November 9, 1841; v
yellow fever.
14. Bertram, George, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
15. Chapman, Benj., sergt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
16. Chapin, Martin, privt. Co. "C," died at Volusia November 30, 1836;
consumption.
17. Christie, I., musn. Co. "G," died at St. Augustine October 9, 1841; I
yellow fever.
18. Coulter, John, privt Co. "H," died at Withlacoochie December 31,
1835; killed in action.
19. Carpenter, B. C., privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
20. Cumasky, Patrick, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre Decem-
ber 28, 1835; killed in action.
21. Catlin, James, privt. Co. "I," died at Micanopy June 12, 1836; dis-
ease unknown.
22. Childs, Henry. privt. ,o. "F," died at St. John's River August 1,
1837; drowned.
23. Conklin, Abram, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Heileman May 13,
1837; scurvy.
24. Colclazin, Henry, privt. Co. "I," died at Picolata August 1, 1840; '
diarrhea.
25. Campbell, John, privt. Co. "K," died at New Smyrna January 1,
1840; dysentery.
26. Connelly, John, privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Pierce May 2, 1840;
disease unknown.
27. Cain, John, privt Co. "G," I; at Picolata December 20. 1840; '
wounds received from Ind1.as November 3.
28. Callahan, John, privt. Co. "B," died at New Smyrna August 3, 1841;
disease unknown.
29. Carroll, John H., privt. Co. "H," died at St. John's Bluff August 18,
1841; disease unknown.
30. Chapman, James, privt. Co. "B," died at St. Augustine October 18, ,
1841; yellow fever.
31., Cook. George W., privt. Co. "E," died at Indian River Bar October
26, 1841; drowned in an attempt to land.
32. D alton. K inFley H .. prirt. C Po H :!i:: } ,:' v'..-- "'. .. .. :,:" r ....
.-... .. ..; -... ::..:....:. '. ;;. ; .". .v,,n friaiz.g express.
33. Dodge, Samuel E., privt Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre Decem-
ber 28, 1835; killed in action.
34. Dana, Crawford, privt. Co. "F," died in Florida September 23,
1836; disease unknown.
35. Decker, John, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Lauderdale March 7,
1839; disease unknown.










140 PONCE DE. LEOi-LAND.

36. Donagan, William, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Heileman June 10,
1839; disease unknown.
37. Daley, Patrick, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Lauderdale May 25,
1839; disease unknown.
38. Donel, Alexander, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Lauderdale April
13, 1841; diarrhea.
39. Dickens, William, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Pierce June 23,
1841; disease unknown-accidental yound.
40. Ebinger, Frederick, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Brooke September
27, 1835; disease unknown.
S41. Eber, John, privt. Co. "H," died at St. Augustine April 11, 183S;
disease unknown.
42. Farley, A. C. W., sergt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre Decem-
ber 28, 1835; killed in action.
' 43. Fields, H. C., sergt. Co. "G," died at Picolata Road November 1,
1840; killed by Indians while on escort duty.
44. Furguson, John, corpl. Co. "E," died at Fort Browne July 3, 1840;.
Apoplexy.
45. Flanagan, William, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre Decem-
ber 28, 1835; killed in action.
46. Folk, John C., privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
47. Fuller, Abel, privt. Co. "D," died at Mosquito April 4, 1837; shot
by Indians.
48. Ford, Fred'k K., privt. Co. "K." died at Fort Lauderdale February
20, 1839; shot by Indians.
49. Frezil, Godlief, privt. Co. "B," died at New Orleans March 18, 1842;
dysentery, contracted in Florida.
'S50. Griffen, Joseph, sergt. Co. "G," died at St. Augustine November--
8, 1841: yellow fever.
. 51. Game, William, sergt. Co. "E," died at St. Augustine October 26,
1841; yellow fever.
52. Gordon, C. R., musn. Co. "E," died at Indian River Bar October 26,
1841; drowned in landing.
*53. Gallagher. William, privt. Co. "G," died at St. Augustine Novem-
S her 9, 1841; yellow fever.
51. Handy, H. S., sergt. Co. "B," died at Picolata December 23, 1S3S;
intermittent fever.
55. Hanniford, M., corpl. Co. "E." died at New Smyrna November 11,
1S39; fever.
56. Hire, Frederick, artfr. Co. "E," died at Indian River March 18,
1838; disease unknown.
57. Hurlyhigh, George, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre De-
cember 28, .1835; killed in action.
58. Hall, Jordan, privt Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
59. Heyer, Aaron, privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Heileman August 27,
1836; brain fever.
60. Houseman, Henry, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Mellon January 22,
1838; disease unknown.
61. Holland, Edw., privt Co. "F," died at Picolata April 28, 1838;
diarrhea.












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;2. Jall, Elijah. privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Columbus October 22,
1838; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
63. Iopkins, Edward, privt Co. "K," died at Fort Lauderdale Septem-
ber 27, 1839; killed by Indians.
64. Horn, John, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Lauderdale May 31, 18417
drowned while on duty.
65. Hilligas, Jacob. privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Monroe July 21, 1841;
diarrhea contracted in Florida.
66. Hudson, William, privt. Co. "E," died at St. Augustine October 5,
1841; yellow fever.
67. Jones, Alexander, corpl. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre Decem-
ber 28, 1835; killed in action.
68. Jackson, Henry, corpl. Co. "E," died at Indian River Bar October
26, 1841; drowned in landing.
69. Johnson, Samuel, privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Armstrong Novem-
ber 20, 1836; fever.
70. Jackson, John, privt Co. "G," died at Fort Sullivan April 27, 1839;
killed by Indians.
71. Jenkins, Henry, privt. Co. "E," died at St. Augustine November 8,.-
1841; yellow fever.
72. Kinkerly, Samuel, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre De-
cember 28, 1835; killed in action.
73. Kneeland, Jacob, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre Decem-
ber 28, 1836; killed in action.
74. Kinsley, Isaac R., privt. Co. "H," died at Garey's Ferry, place of
death unknown; disease unknown.
75. Kneezle, William, privt. Co. "D," died at St. Augustine September V
12, 1837; disease unknown.
76. Kennedy, Lawrence, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Brooke Novem-
ber 16, 1836; disease unknown.
77. Kent, Elias C., privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Jupiter February 16,
1S38; fever.
78. King, Bernard, privt Co. "H," died at Fort Dallas August 9, 1841;
disease unknown.
79. Kellar, John. privt. Co. "E," died at St. Augustine October 9, 1841; v
yellow fever.
80. Kenny, Michael, privt. Co. "E," died at Indian River Bar October
26, 1841; drowned in an attempt to land.
81. Lemon, Samuel, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
82. Lesker, Morris A., privt. Co. "D," died at St. Augustine November vt
4, 1837; disease unknown.
83. Leonard, Cornelius, privt. Co. "D." died at St. Augustine November
11, 1837; disease unknown.
84. Laden, Jeremiah, privt. Co. "G," died at Plcolp.ta July 21, 1841; /
disease unknown.
85. Lannon, Patrick, privt. Co. "E," died at St. Augustine October 21, V
1841; yellow fever.
86. Lane, David, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Columbus September 5,
1841; wound received in discharge of duty at Fort Pierce.
87. Lunder, Wm. P., privt. Co. "E," died at St. Augustine October 28, ,
1841; yellow fever.












1-i2 Pocj, 1).: LEo. LAND.

,'88. Lick, Jacob, privt. Co. "G," died at-Plcolata November 14, 1841;
yellow fever.
89. McMahon, James, privt. Co. "I," died at Wetumpka August 17,
1835; disease unknown.
90. McCully, Cyrus, sergt. Co. "I," died at Fort Dallas January 1, 1840;
Skilled by accidental fall.
91 Montgomery, C. D., artif. Co. "C," died at Withlacoochie December
31, 1835; killed in action.
92. Minton, William, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre Decem-
ber 28, 1835; killed in action.
93. Monroe, Donald, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre Decem-
ber 28, 1835; killed in action.
94. Mulcahy, John, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
95. Miller, Alfred, privt. Co. "D," died at St. Augustine July 2, 1837;
disease unknown.
"-96. Mattock, Jacob, privt. Co. "D," died at St. Augustine September 7,
1837; disease unknown.
97. McCrom, Edward, privt. Co. "D," died at Matanzas Bar August -,
1837; drowned.
V 98. McGuire, John, privt. Co. "D," died at Picolata December 23,
1838; disease unknown.
.'99. McCormick, I.. privt. Co. "G," died at Picolata January -, 1839;
disease unknown.
100. Mc(lnn, John M.. privt. Co. "D," died at l'ort lBrooko April 9, 1839;
inflammation of the bowels.
101. Montgomery, Thomas, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Lauderdale
September 21, 1839; disease unknown.
102. Mitchell, Robert, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Lawson November
11, 1839; disease unknown.
'103. Mustell, Joseph, privt. Co. "G," died at Picolata Road November
1, 1840; killed by the Indians.
-.104. McCauley, William, privt. Co. "E," died at St. Augustine Novem-
ber 1, 1840; yellow fever.
105. McMahon, Peter, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Lauderdale Septem-
ber 12, 1841; diarrhea.
S10R. Morrison, John, privt. Co. "E," died at St. Augustine October 30,
1841; yellow fever.
'107. Marley, Francis, privt. Co. "G." died at St. Augustine November
5, 1841; yellow fever.
- 108. Maley, John, privt. Co. "G," died at St. Augustine November
5, 1841; yellow fever.
309. McAllister, Ralph, privt. Co. "I," died at Punta Rassa November.
2, 1841; yellow fever.
110. McGuire. James, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Pierce December 23,
1841; dysentery.
111. Noble. John, musn. Co. "E." died at Indian P.iver Bar October 26,
1841; drowned in landing.
-.112. Nugent, Jarres, privt. Co. "D," died at St. Augus:ine December 7,
1837; yellow fever.
113. Passmore, Francis, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Brocke May 21.
1836; typhus fever.












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114. Perry, William, privt. Co. "G,' Cied at Fort Brooke October 6,
1839; wounds received accidentally.
115. Peters, Thomas, privt. Co. "G," died at St. Augustine October 23,
1841; yellow fever.
116. Perry, Chas. D., privt. Co. "E," died at St. Augustine October 20, ,
1841; yellow fever.
117. Quinn, John, privt. Co. "E," died at Indian River Bar October 26,
1841; drowned in attempting to land.
117.. Randall, Wm. B., privt. Co. "H," died at Dade's Massacre Decem-
ber 28, 1835; killed in action.
118. Rurey, William, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Russell May 29. 1839;
disease unknown.
119. Runer, Christie, privt. Co. "E," died at Indian River Bar October
26, 1841; drowned in attempting to land.
120. Riley, Michael, privt. Co. "G," died at Picolata October 1, 1841; X
yellow fever.
121. Ryan, Henry, privt. Co. "G," died at St. Augustine November i. .
1841; yellow fever.
122. Reddy, William, privt. Co. "G," died at St. Augustine November v
10, 1841; yellow fever.
123. Reed, John, privt. Co. "G," died at St. Augustine November 8, -
1841; yellow fever.
124. Riley, Charles, privt. Co. "D," died at St. Augustine August 26, "
1837; yellow fever.
325. Ryan, Thomias; privt. Co. "H," died at Ialatka June 25, 183:8; dis-
'ase unknown.
126. Roberts, William, privt. Co. "G," died at St. Augustine November "
6, 1841; yellow fever.
127. Skinner, E., sergt. Co. "E," died at Micanopy June G. 183;1; dis-
ease unknown.
128. Sales, Willard, sergt. Co. "I killed at Fort Laiudordale January
22, 1841; wounds received i;. battle.
129. Schaffer, John, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre Decem-
ber 28, 1825; killed in action.
.31tl Spnnan. T-onrv. nrivt. On. "B," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
131. Shirley, Robert. privt. Co. "D," died at St. Augustine July 5, 1837; /
disease unknown..
132. Sheridan, Wm., privt Co. "D," died at St. Augustine September 4, -
1837; disease unknown.
133. Storey, William, privt. Co. "A," died' at Fort Taylor March 26,
1838; fever.
134. Smith, Riley, privt. Co. "H," died at St. Augustine March 3, 1837; v
yellow fever.
135. Smith, James, privt. Co. "H," died at St. Augustine May 23, 1838;
yellow fever.
136. Smithwilkie, F., privt. Co. "D," died at Picolata January 11, 1839;
yellow fever.
137. Shilts, Daniel, privt. Co. "G," died at St. Augustine November 15, V'
1841; yellow fever.
138. Troop, Theodore, sergt. Co. "B," died at Fort Mellon May 26, 1837;
intermittent fever.











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139. Tuck, Washington, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre De.
cember 28, 1835; killed in action.
140.Treat, Charles, privt.. Co..;"A," died at Fort-;Heileman August 28,$,
.:;1836; .wounds received in battle of Fort Drane..;, ..
1i41Tufts, .Andrew',privt. Co. "H," died at Fort Mellon 1838;,
'.- disease unknown. '.: .
142. Thatchell, James, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Lauderdale June 6,
1840; drowned while on duty.
143. Vailing, John, sergt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
144. Vreeland, Richard, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre, De-
cember 28, 1835; killed in action.
145. Vanderklop, L., privt. Co. "F," died at Picolata January 13, 1839;
disease unknown.
146. Wilson, Levi, sergt. Co. "G," died at St. Augustine November 8,
1841; yellow fever.
147. Wells. Philander, corpl. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre, Decem-
ber 28, 1835, killed in action.
148. Wagner, Henry, artfr. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre, December
28, 1835; killed in action.
149. Wright, Saml. S., privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre, December
28, 185; killed in action.
150. Williams, John, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre, December
28, 1835; killed in action.
151. Welch, Sylvester, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre, Decem-
ber 28, 1835; killed in action.
152. Weshing, Daniel, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre. Decem-
ber 28, 1835; killed in action.
153. Washburn, Holton, privt. Co. "D," died at St. Augustine November
2, 1837; disease unknown.
154. Webel, Charles, privt. Co. "B," died at St. Augustine 1838;
disease unknown.
155. Williams, William, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Lauderdale July 23,
1840; fever.
156. Young, George C., corpl. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre Decem-
ber 28, 1835; killed in action.
157. York, George, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre December.
28, 1835; killed in action.
158. Yarnell, Richard, privt. Co. "D," died at Picolata January 18, 1838;
disease unknown.

4th Regiment of Artillery.

-1. Adams, John, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Brooke October 4, 1837;
dysentery.
b 2. Buckley, Isaac, privt. Co. "C," died at St. Augustine January 1,
1837; disease unknown.
3. Clark, Smith S., sergt. Co. "B," died at St. Augustine October 13,
1837; bilious fever.
4. Cavanagh, Dennis, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Mellon November
30, 1838; fever.












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5. Caries, Peter, privt. Co. "F," died at Tampa Bay April 15, 1838;:
S disease unknown.., . .. .. ....
'..6.y.Chan.2
.,- 6 Chandler, John, .prvt.Co, .H, died at St.'Augustlne Januaryd 2,
...1837; disease unknown.. ': : .
7. Campbell Alex. S., corp.' Co.,"C," died at Fort Monroe, Va., No-
vember 14, 1843; disease contracted in Florida.
8. Dawley, Ira, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Butler, Tenn., June 2,
1838; disease contracted in Florida.
9. Duckles, Robert, privt. Co. "C," died at Micanopy March 31, 1839;
chronic diarrhea.
10. Eckhart, Christian F., privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Ileileman August
11, 1837; accidental wound in the eye.
11. Ellis, Robert, privt. Co. "E," died at Picolata February 9, 1839;
disease unknown.
12. Fisher, Frederick, privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Heileman August 11,
1836; fever.
13. Glrdos, Wm. R. F., prlvt. Co. "H," died at Volusia January 11,
1837; fever.
14. Harding, John. privt. Co. "G," died near Fort Fowle January ]9,
1839; killed by the Indians.
15. Hughes, James, artifr. Co. "-H," died at Volusia April 22, 1837;
fever.
16. Jones, William, privt. Co. "C," died at Fort King June 24, 1837;,.
disease unknown.
17. Mattison, H1rvey P., corp. Co. "B," died at Tohopikilago January
27, 1837; waylaid and shot by Indians.
18. Miller, James, sergt. Co. "B," died at St. Augustine February 25,
1839; scrofula.
19. Macutchen, Robert, artifr. Co. "C," died at St. Augustine January
1, 1839; consumption.
20. Mullady, Joseph, privt. Co. "F," died at Trenton, N. J., September
9, 1839; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
21. Murty, James, privt Co. "H," died at Garey's Ferry November 21,
1838; dysentery.
22. Nunnenmacher, John, sergt. Co. "F," died at Jefferson, Ga., May
30, 1838; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
23. Plunket, Laurence, privt. Co. "A," died at Picolata June 6, 1837;
bilious fever.
24. Pardon, John, privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Heileman August 1, 1837;
drowned. '
25. Pierce, John G., privt. Co. "C," died at St. Augustine March 13,
1837; disease unknown.
26. Prater, John, privt. Co. "C," died at Fort King September 27,
1837; disease unknown.
27. Powers, John, corpl. Co. "F," died at Fort Heileman November 4,
1838; disease unknown.
28. Ryan, James, privt. Co. "A," died at Picolata January 19, 1839;
disease unknown.
29. Roll, George L., sergt. Co. "G," di at sea April 18, 1839; disease
contracted in Florida.
30. Rebern, John. privt. Co. "H," died at Fort Columbus November
27, 1838; disease contracted in Florida.










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31. Schultz, Francis, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Heileman September
4, 1838; disease contracted in Florida.
32. Sharpe, Joseph, privt. Co. "C," died at Withlacoochie Rivt. No-
vember 13, 1836; drowned fording river.
33. Spencer, William, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Drane December
25, 1836;,wound received while on a scout.
34. Shaver, Daniel A., privt. Co. "F," died at Fort White August 18,
1837; disease unknown.
35. Theis, William, sergt. Co. "H," died at Wahoo Swamp November
21, 1836; killed in action.
S36. Walker, Joseph P., artifr. Co. "B," died at St. Augustine January
13, 1839; disease unknown.
37. Wallace, Clinton, privt. Co. "B," died at Tampa Bay 1837; dis-
ease unknown.
38. Woodruff, Hiram, privt. Co. "I," died near Micanopy April 29,
1838; killed by the Indians.

1st Regiment of Infantry.

1. Barker, Thomas, capt. Co. "D," died at Tampa Bay November 13,
1839; disease unknown.
2. Lancaster, I. R. H., 2d lieut. Co. "I," died at Crystal River July 5,
1841; killed by lightning.
3. Mitchell, Enos G., capt. Co. "F," died at Fort Roger Jones June
10, 1839; bilious fever.
4. McClure, I., 2d lieut. Co. "G," died at Tampa Bay April 5, 1838;
fever.
5. Pew, W. W., 2d lieut. Co. "F," died at Fort Roger Jones June 11,
1839; bilious fever.
6. Shannon, Samuel, capt. A. Q. M., died at Tallahassee September
4, 1836; disease unknown.

1. Albert, Henry, privt. Co. "A," died at sea August 5, 1841; disease
unknown.
2. Ardough, John, privt. Co. "B," died at Camp Walker May 13, 1838;
fever.
3. Burns, Patrick, corpl. Co. "K," died at Fort Gardiner May 3, 1838;
fever.
4. Boyle, John. privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Armistead March 23,
1841; fever.
5. Brant, Frederick, prlvt. Co. "A," died at Fort Armistead June 11,
1841; fever.
6. Bahuson, Theodore, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Jackson Septem-
ber 19, 1840; bilious fever.
7. Brown, William, privt, Co. "D," died at Fort Fanning July 29,
1839; intermittent fever.
8. Buller, Charles, privt. Co. "E," died at Ford Crawford W. T., Feb-
ruary 18, 1842; consumption, contracted in Florida.
9. Bulger, John, privt. Co. "E," died at Can:. Morgan July 15, 1841;
fever.
10. Bertrand, Henry, privt. Co. "F," died at Tampa Bay March 14,
1841; disease unknown.















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11. Souveite, John P., prlvt. Co. "F," died at Fort Armistead March
11, 1841; chronic diarrhea.
12. Burton, John, privt. Co. "G," died at-Fort Pleasant May 25, 1840;
fever.
13. Brenton, John H., privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Pleasant May 20,
1840; fever.
14. Burns, Thomas, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Pleasant August 27,
1840; fever.
15. Binman, George, privt. Co. "Ii,' died at Fort Gardiner April 1,
1838; fever.
16. Bond, William, privt. Co. "H," died at Picolata July 31, 1838;
fever.
17. Bingham, James, privt Co. "H," died at Tampa Bay, February 27,
1839; fever.
18. Byrne, James, privt Co. "I," died at Fort Brooke October 5, 1838;
disease unknown.
19. Bowls, Lewis, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Lawson November 11,
1839; disease unknown.
20. Carlin, Matthew, privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Armistead March 29,
1841; fever.
21. Chapman, Jacob, privt. Co. "A," died at Port Poinsett June 26,
1841; fever.
22. Collins, John, privt. Co. "A," died at sea August 5, 1841; dis-
ease unknown.
23. Cammel, James, privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Brooke November -,
1840; disease unknown.
24. Christopher, Lemuel, privt. Co. "C," died at Jefferson Bks. Sep-
tember 4, 1841; congestive fever, contracted in Florida.
25. Clark, Michael, privt. Co. "D," died near Fort Fanning September
10, 1839; shot by the Indians while on escort.
26. Cameron, Douglas, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Brooke October 2,
3839; disease unknown.
27. Clarke, Orian S., privt. Co. "D," died at Cedar Keys April 11,
1841; disease unknown.
28. Clarke, Lewis, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Barker August 5, 1840:
drowned in consequence of derangement caused by fever.
29. Call, Morris, privt. Co. "F," died near Fort Cross June 12, 1839;
shot by indians.
20. Crussell, Madison, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort St Augustine No- /
vcmber 27, 183!9; bilious fever.
21. Cunningham, Chris. privt. Co. "E," died at Jefferson Barracks Oc-
tober 17, 1.841; consumption contracted in Florida.
32. Connel, John, privt. Co. "G," died at Tampa Bay May 25, 1838;
cause of death unknown.
33. Develin, John, privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Crawford, W. T., Sep-
tember 20, 1841; consumption contracted in Florida.
34. Dakin, Robert, privt. Co. "C," died at Traders' Hill, Ga., November
17, 1838; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
35. Dunn, Andrew, privt Co. "D," died at Fort Brooke August 25,
1839; disease unknown.
36. Douglass, James, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Heileman August V.
1838; disease unknown.











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37. Delinger, Jacob, privt. Co. "E," died at Cedar Keys September 16,
1f40; chronic dysentery.
38. Deitmer, Adam, privt. Co. "E," died at Cantonment Morgan July
30, 1841; fever.
39. Davis, Henry A., privt. Co. "G," died at Cedar Keys May 25, 1841;
fever.
40. Dever, Theodore, privt. Co. "H," died near Fort Macomb October
9, 1840; shot by the Indians while on express.
41. Dury, John, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Lawson June 5, 1839; ac-
cidentally shot by Private A. M. Morris.
42. Eagdn, Joseph, privt. Co. "A," died at sea August 9, 1841; disease
unknown, contracted in Florida.
43. Ellis, Richard, privt. Co. "H," died at Fort Macomb September
2, 1840; fever.
44. Flower, John, privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Stinsbury September
10, 1840; fever.
45. Foley, William, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Monroe, Va., Novem-
ber 13, 1838; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
46. Fenn, Jacob, privt. Co. "G," died at Black Creek September 27,
1E39; fractured skull.
47. Forest, John, privt Co. "G," died at Fort Crawford, W. T., Sep-
tember 27, 1841; fever contracted in Florida.
48. Fox, Michael, privt. Co. "I," died at Cantonment Morgan May 10,
1841; fever.
49. Garner, John N. R., sergt. Co. "F," died at sea November 12,
1840; chronic diarrhea.
50. Giles, Geo H., privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Clinch December 13,
1838; disease unknown.
51. Griffith, E. L., privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Brooke November 1i.
1839; disease unknown.
52. Glenn, Samuel, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Heileman July 5, 1838;
shot by a citizen.
53. Griffiths, John, privt. Co. "G," died at Black Creek October 8,
1839; fever.
54. Hessen, Edward, sergt. Co. "B," died near Fort Macomb Septem-
ber 3, 1840; drowned on express from Ft. Jackson to Ft. Macomb.
55. Halloran, Patrick, corpl. Co. "D," died at Cedar Keys October 26,
1840; disease unknown.
56. Hagadoon, William, privt Co. "B," died at Jefferson Bks. Septem-
ber 4, 1841; chronic diarrhea, contracted in Florida.
57. Hockaday, William, privt. Co. "B," died at Charleston, S. C., Sep-
tember 3, 1839; yellow fever-left Florida sick.
S58. Howard, Wm. C., privt. Co. "B," died at St. Augustine November
12, 1839; yellow fever.
59. Haggerty, Thomas, privt. Co. "B," died at Cedar Keys May 4,
1841; congestive fever.
60. Hines, Ambrose B., privt. Co. "B," died on Mississippi River, near
the Ohio, August 26, 1841; disease unknown, contracted In
Florida.
61. Hobble, Joseph, privt. Co. "B," died on Mississippi River, near
the Salina, August 30, 1841; disease unknown, contracted in
Florida.











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62. Hubbard, Aaron, privt. Co. "C," died at Tampa Bay, October 9,
184f0; disease unknown.
63. Henderson, Alexander, privt. Co. "C," died at Fort Armistead Feb-
ruary 27, 1841; typhoid fever.
64. Hough, John, privt. Co.. "D," died at sea August 10, 1841; acute
dysentery, contracted in Florida.
65. Harrison, James, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Norton, Ga., Septem-
ber 17, 1838; disease unknown.
6l;. Heimer, John, privt. Co. "F," died near Fort Cross June 12, 1839;
shot by the Indians.
67. Houseman, Aaron, privt. Co. "H," died at Micanopy December 13,
1838; fever.
68. Harvey, John, privL Co. "H," died near Fort Macomb September
15, 1839; fever.
69. Hancock, Lorenzo D., privt. Co. "I," died at Fort White July 6,
1838; disease unknown.
70. Hoit, George, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Clinch December 23,
1838; disease unknown.
71. Klousman, Francis, privt. Co. "B," died at Cedar Keys June 19,
1841; chronic dysentery.
72. Kornes, David, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Fanning October 20,
1839; diarrhea.
73. Kitt, Philip, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Brooke October 22, 1839;
disease unknown.
74. Kilpatrick, James, privt. Co. "H," died at Fort Crawford, W. T.,
September 7, 18411 fever contracted in Florida.
75. Laylock, William, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Columbus, N. Y.,
June 22, 1841; gangrene of lungs-sent from Florida sick.
76. Lynch, Edward, privt. Co. "C," died at sea October 11, 18-11; dis.
ease unknown.
77. Lame. John. privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Fanning September 13,
1839; wounds-received from Indians while on escort.
78. Lappin, Dennis, privt. Co. "G," died at Black Creek July 14, 1839;
fever.
79. Losburgh, Frederick, privt. Co. "G," died at Camp Gamble Novem-
ber 21, 1839; fever.
80. LeHunt, Thomas, privt Co. "G," died at Fort Armistead April 25,
1841; fever.
81. Luon, Elisha, privt Co. "G," died at sea August 9, 1841; fever.
82. Lynde, Adolphus I., privt Co. "I," died at Cedar Keys May 3, 1841;
fever.
83. Lazenby, John, privt. Co. "H," died at Cedar Keys May 21, 1841;
fever.
84. Lee, John, privt Co. "H;" died at Cedar Keys July 20, 1841; fever.
85. Morris. Thos. S., corpl. Co. "G," died at sea August 12, 1841; fever.
86. McMullen. James, musn. Co. "E," died at Fort Armistead April 3,
1841; fever.
87. McKetchnie, Neal, privt. Co. "B," died at Jefferson Bks. September
3, 1841; chronic diarrhea contracted in Florida.
88 Mitchell, Alex., privt. Co. "C," dlf1 Jefferson Bks. September 3,
1841; congestive fever.












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89. Moore, Daniel, privt. Co. "E." died at New Orleans June 11), 183d;
disease unknown-sent from Florida sick.
90. Myer, Frederick, privt. Co. "H," died at Cedar Keys June 12,
1841; fever.
91. McDonough, Andrew, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Brooke November
13, 1839; disease unknown.
92. Moore, Josiah, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Lawson November 6,
1839; disease unknown.
93. Moyer, George, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Armistead March 14,
1841; congestive fever.
94. McBride, James, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Brooke March 2,
1841; fever.
95. McLaughlin, Thomas, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Armistead April
29, 1841; fever.
96. McLane, John, privt. Co. "K." died at Fort Atkinson, I. T., No-
vember 14, 1841; consumption, contracted in Florida.
97. O'Neil, Thomas, privt. Co. "I," died at Can. Morgan July 21, 1841;
pulmonary affections.
98. O'Leary, Michael, privt. Co. "K," died at Jefferson Barracks Sep-
tember 2., 1S41; dropsy, contracted in Florida.
99. Parks, George, sergt. Co. "G," died at St. Augustine November 6,
1839; fever.
100. Phillips, Henry S., privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Barker September
17, 1840; bursting of an Indian rifle. -
101. Ponton. William, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Frazer March 5, 1838;
fever.
102. Patterson, John C., privt. Co. "K," died at Cantonment Morgan
July 30, 1841; brain fever.
"103. Rutan, Cornelius, musn. Co. "F," died at St. Augustine September
11, 1S39; concussion of brain-accidental fall from a horse.
104. Roberts, Samuel S., privt. Co. "A, died at Fort Crawford, W. T.,
October 9, 1841; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
305. Rogers, John, privt. Co. "D," died at Jefferson Barracks Septem-
ber 3, 1S41; congestive fever, contracted in Florida.
306. Rawson, Gideon E., privt. Co. "E," died at Cedar Keys August 17,
1841; inflammation of intestines.
107. Robinson, David, privt. Co. "G," died at Black Creek July 4, 1839;
drowned.
108. Rudkin, Edward, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Oscilla March 21,
1840; fever.
109. Smith, George, musn. Co. "A," died at Fort Stansbury May 21,
1841; drowned. -
110. Senaider, Charles F., privt. Co. "C," died at Fort Armistead April
21, 1841; disease unknown.
111. Stack, Charles, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Armistead April 20,
1841; disease unknown.
112. Smith, William, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Snelling September
12, 1841; diarrhea, contracted in Florida.
113. Spawassen, Frederick, privt. Co. "G," died at Palatka August 12,
1838; disease unknown.
114. Sandford. James, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Pleasant July 9,
1840;. fever.












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115. Smidt, John, privt Co. "G," died atyort Pleasant August 21, 1840;
fever.
116. Schem, John, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Armistead February 3,
1841; fever.
317. Taylor, Abraham, privt. Co. "B," died at St. Augustine November v
26, 1839; yellow fever.
118. Taylor, William, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Fanning February
16, 1840; disease unknown.
119. Thomas, George W., privt. Co. "B," died on Mississippi River Sep-
tember 9, 1841; fever contracted in Florida.
120. Thompson, William, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Fanning May 23,
1840; fever contracted in Florida.
121. Tomb, James, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Henderson, Ga., July 6,
1839; shot by Corporal Ross.
122. Trimbles, Edward, privt. Co. "G," died at Cedar Keys December
23, 1840; consumption.
123. Tearners, Gilbert, privt. Co. "I," died at Cedar Keys May 10, 1841;
congestive fever.
124. Thatcher, William, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Winnebago, W. T.,
October 5, 1841; dysentery and fever, contracted in Florida.
125. Welst, M., sergt. Co. "G," died at Tampa Bay May 1, 1838; fever.
312. Williams, John M., corpl. Co. "E," died at Fort Gilmore, Ga., No-
vember 7, 1840; congestive fever.
327. Wiland, Lewis, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Crawford, W. T.. April
14, 1842; consumption contracted in Florida.
128. Williams, John, privt Co. "C," died at Tampa Bay June 9, 1838;
shot by Private Morrell.
129. Wright, John H., privt. Co. "E," died at Jefferson Barracks Sep-
tember 6, 1841; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
130. WVestley, Elisha, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Pleasant July 9, 1840;
fever.
131. Ward, Richard, prlvt. Co. "K," ,, 1 at Fort Brooke November 19,
1839; fever.
332. Yearick, Gabriel, sergt Co. "I," died at Fort Barker April 25,
1840; wound-shot by Indians while in charge of a wagon train.
133. Youart, John, corpl. Co. "B," died at St. Augustine October 18,
1839; inflammation of the brain.
134. Yell, Henry, privt. Co. "B," died at Picolata September -, 1838;
fever.
135. Zenger, Ferdinand, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Columbus, N. Y.,
September 14, 1841; disease unknown, contracted In Florida.

2d Regiment of Infantry.
1. Russell, Samuel L., capt. Co. "I," died at Miami River February
28, 1839; killed in action.
2. Woodruff, C. E., 1st lieut. Co. "A," died at Fort Holmes April 17,
1841; acute dysentery.
1. Alien, Thomas, privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Shannon December ?2.
1841; consumption.
2. Austin, Calvin, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort King July 23, 1841;
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3. Aikem, John, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort White December 16,
1838; disease unknown.
4. Archer, Robert, corpl. Co. "F," died near Fort White June 30,
1839; killed by the Indians.
5. Annis, Ephraim, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Fanning October 8,
1839; disease unknown.
6. Brien, George, sergt. Co. "A," died at Cedar Keys August 5, 1840;
consumption.
7. Bryson, William, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Holmes March 28,
1841; scrofula.
8. Bradley, Henry, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Brooke November 6,
1837; disease unknown.
9. Baum, Henry, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Shannon December 7,
1841; tetanus.
10. Brown, Sheppard, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Heileman Novem-
ber 23, 1839; disease unknown.
11. Bennett, Harman, corpl. Co. "H," died at Fort Brooke May 4,
1838; disease unknown.
12. Brady, Samuel, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Russell October 2,
3841; inflammation.
13. Boland, John, privt. Co. "K," died at Picolata April 14, 1838; di-
arrhea.
14. Connolly, John, privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Brooke March 8, 1837;
change of climate.
15. Clifford, Daniel, privt. Co. "A," died at Charlotte Harbor January
28, 1838; exposure-was lost 5 or G days.
16. Curren, George M., privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Micanopy April 8,
1S40; fever.
17. Christian, John, privt. Co. "A," died at Fort King August 25, 1841;
congestive fever.
18. Carnes, Edward, privt. Co. "B," died at Haw Creek January 25,
1842; killed in action.
19. Chapman, James, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Shannon March 4,
1842; chronic dysentery.
20. Cooper, David, privt. Co. "C," died at St. John's Bluff February
15, 1842; chronic diarrhea.
21. Castle, Thomas, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Fanning October 8,
1839; disease unknown.
22. Calver, Barney, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Russell October 26,
1840; consumption.
23. Cassady, James, privt. Co. "II," died at Fort King August 12,
1840; dysentery.
24. Croker, Thomas, privt. Co. "K," died at Picolata December 7,
1837; disease unknown.
25. Dougherty, William, privt. Co. "D," died at Picolata October 14,
1840; dysentery.
26. Duffy, Patrick, privt. Co. "D," died at St. John's Bluff November
10, 1841; chronic dysentery.
27. Delinger, Geo. W., privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Drane October 11,
1S36; apoplexy.
28. Desbrough. Aaron, corpl. Co. "H," died at Fort King August 11,
1840; dysentery.











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29. Dugan, Patrick, privt. Co. "H,"-died on Ocklawaha river March
8, 1842; shot accidentally by discharge of musket.
30. Dearborn, George, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Russell September
15, 1840;. debility.
31. Donnell, James, privt. Co. "K," tied at Livingston Ferry Septem-
ber 18, 1838; drowned.
32. Eastman, Thos. W., privt Co. "B," died at sea June 28, 1839;
chronic dysentery, contracted in Florida.
33. Faze, Tictus, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Russell May 2, 1842;
congestive fever.
34. French, Samuel, privt. Co. "C," died at Alligator October 20, 1839;
bilious fever.
35. Fullington, Richard, privt. Co. "C," died at Fort King August 9,
1841; bilious fever.
36. Farrell, James, musn. Co. "K," died at Fort Walker April 22,
1840; shot-murdered by Scrgt. T. Strong.
37. French, John, privt. Co. "K," died at Wacahoota May 5, 1840;
gravel.
38. Gilbert, Cyrus, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Russell November 26,
1841; chronic dysentery.
39. Gilbert, Peter, fifer Co. "G," died Fort Brooke May 29. 1838;
debility.
40. Griggs, Philo C., sergt Co. "K," died between Micanopy and Waca-
hoota May 19, 1840; killed or taken prisoner by Indians.
41. Hall, John, sergt. Co. "A," died at Fort Brooks May 2, 1838; con-
sumption.
42. Ilosey, Gedlon, Privt. Co. "A," died at St. John's Bluff October 8,
1841; chronic dysentery.
43. Hawley, James, privt. Co. "C," died at Fort Brooke May 4, 1839;
chronic dysentery.
44. Harper, John, privt. Co. "D," died at St. John's Bluff March 1,
1842; fungus haematodes.
45. Hanley, David, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort White October 20, 1838;
disease unknown.
46. Hickey, Patrick, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Russell August 12,
1840; disease unknown.
47. Hannus, I. W., privt. Co. "G," died at Lake Monroe June 26, 1840;
drowned.
48. Herron, Edward, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Russell September 1.
1839; dysentery.
49. Hydo, Matthew, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Ritssell Novnmber 19,
1840; fever.
50. Hogan, James, privt. Co. "K," died at Charles Ferry July 22, 1838;
drowned.
51. Heath, Elijah, privt. Co. "K," died at Camp Sherrard August 16,
1838; chronic dysentery.
52. Hotchkiss, Calvin, privt. Co. "K," died near Micanopy May 19,
1840; killed or taken prisoner by Indians.
53. Houck, David, privt. Co. "K," died at Orange Creek March 2,
1841; killed in action.
54. Hood, Frederick, privt. Co. "K," died at St. John's Bluff November
13. 1841; dysentery.










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55. Hoogenaeur, Geo. T., privt Co. "K," died at St. John's Bluff March
8, 1842; disease unknown.
56. Jones, Edward, privt. Co. "D," died'at sea June 5, 1842; congestive
fever, contracted in Florida.
57. Jones, Ephraim. privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Russell October 10,
1840; dysentery.
58. Jeffers, Patrick, privt. Co. "K," died near Micanopy May 19, 1840;
killed or taken prisoner by Indians.
59. Keiffer, John, privt. Co. "B," died on Ocklawaha river December
13, 1838; chronic dysentery.
60. Kelly, James, privt Co. "E," died at Fort King May 14, 1841; con-
gestive fever.
61. King, William, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort.White July 27, 1839;
disease unknown.
62. Kelcher, Richard, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Thompson March 4,
1838; opthalmia.
63. Kennedy, Patrick, privt. Co. "G," died off Cape Hatteras June 7,
1842; dysentery, contracted in Florida.
64. Kroeger, Auguste F., privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Sherrard October
17,'1839; chronic dysentery.
65. Leonard, Patrick, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Brooke May 4,
1838; dysentery.
6;. Larrigan, John, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Brooke August 17,
1838; disease unknown.
G 67. Lyons, Timothy, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Russell November 13,
1840; fever.
68. Laing, Robert, corpl. Co. "G," died at Orange Creek March 2, 1841;
killed by Indians.
69.- Lighthipe. Jacob, privt. Co. "H," died at Fort No. 11 May 6,
1840; consumption.
70. Lehning, Daniel, privt. Co. "K," died at Camp Sherrard Septem-
ber 26, 183S; bilious fever.
71. Major, John, drummer Co. "A," died at Fort No. 16 April 10, 1840;
dropsy.
72. McCullen, Michael, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Heileman October
13, 1S39; fever.
73. McCloskey,-Francis, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Holmes October
17, 1S40; bilious fever.
74. Murray, Richard, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Holmes November
25, 1840: scurvy.
75. Mahoney, Jeremiah, privt. Co. "C," died at Fort White April 12,
1839; dysentery.
76. McConnell, David, privt. Co. "C," died at Fort No. 16 November 8,
1839; bilious fever.
77. Maxwell, George S., privt Co. "C," died at Fort King February 16,
1841; bilious fever.
78. Murphy, D., privt. Co. "D," died at Port King August 9, 1840;
dysentery.
79. McClelland, James, privt Co. "D," died at Fort King February 11,
1840; congestive fever.
80. Moolick, John, privt Co. "E," died at St John's Bluff November
7, 1841; disease unknown.









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81. McGuire, Terrence, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Henderson, Ga..
November 13, 1841; consumption.
82. Middleton, Thomas, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Brooks April 1,
1838; disease unknown.
83. Martin, Peter, privt. Co. "G," died at St. John's Bluff November
29, 1841; dysentery.
84. Mustin, Peter, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Mellon December 5,
1841; dysentery.
85. Miller, C. IT. S., privt. Co. "G," died at St. John's Bluff January 22,
1842; disease unknown.
86. McKeavy, John, corpl. Co. "H," died near Itonia Scrub March 20,
1839; killed by Indians rhile on surveying party.
87. Morton, A. P., sergt. Co. "H," died Savannah, Ga., September 24,
1840; fever, contracted in Florida.
88. McMillen, James, privt. Co. "H," died at Fort King December 12,
1841; dysentery.
89. McKonkey, James, privt. Co. "H," died at St. John's Bluff Decem-
ber 18, 1841; dysentery.
90. Mure, Robert, privt. Co. "H," died at Fort King February 6, 1842;
chronic dysentery.
91. Moon, James, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Russell August 23, 1839;
dysentery.
92. McPherson, Martin, privt. Co. "I," died at Picolata November 26, ,
1840; debility.
93. McDonald, John, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Russell February 17,
1841; consumption.
94. Maynard, John I., privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Shannon November
8, 1841; dropsy.
95. McBride, Edward, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Shannon January 1,
1842; dysentery.
96. Mitchell, Thomas, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Mellon April 4,
1838; dysentery.
97. Murphy, Edward, privt. Co. "K," died at Camp Sherrard October
16, 1838; drowned while on duty.
98. Merrick, Lewis, privt. Co. "K," died at Orange Creek March 2,
1841; killed in action.
99. Myer, Philip, privt. Co. "K," died at St. John's Bluff November 30,
1841; disease unknown.
100. Norris, William, privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Brooke June 19, 1838;
consumption.
101. O'Connell, Dennis, privt. Co. "I," died at St. John's Bluff August
7, 1841; consumption.
102. O'Dere, John, privt. Co. "K," died at Camp Sherrard February 12,
1839; chronic dysentery.
103. Osborne, William, privt. Co. "B," died at St. Augustine November v
29, 1839; chronic diarrhea.
104. Peasley, Robert, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Henderson, Ga., De-
cember 6, 1841; diarrhea.
105. Perry, Oliver H., corpl. Co. "K," died at Fort Russell February 8,
1842; congestive fever.
106. Quinn, Patrick, privt. Co. "C," died at Traders' Hill, Ga., February
1, 1842; dysentery.










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107. Quinn, Matthew, privt. Co. died at Fort Russell November
19, 1841; disease unknown.
108. Robins, Stephen, privt. Co. "C," died at Alligator September 10,
1839; shot himself by accident.
109..Reeder, John, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort King August 12, 1841;
yellow fever.
110. Reynolds, Isaac, privt. Co. "H," died at Fort Brooke October 10,
1838; chronic diarrhea.
111. Ryan, Godfrey I., privt. Co. "H," died at sea July 16, 1838; disease
unknown, contracted in Florida.
112. Raridon, Timothy, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Columbus, N. Y.,
February 5, 1839; consumption, contracted in Florida.
113. Sweatman, Daniel, corpl. Co. "B," died at Cow Creek Hammock
July 12, 1840; killed by Indians.
114. Sawyer, Joshua, privt Co. "B," died at Fort Holmes November 18,
1840; inflammation of bowels.
115. Shaw, John, privt. Co. "G," died near the Everglades February 2,
1838; killed by Indians.
11C. Seigle, Jacob H., privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Cooper July 10, 1841;
shot accidentally.
117. Shattenburgh, Geoffrey, privt. Co. "H," died at Fort No. 11 August
10, 1839; typhus fever.
118. Sickford, Ebenezt'r, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Sherrard August
16, 1839; chronic dysentery.
119. Sinclare, William, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Sterrard Septem-
ber 6, 1839; chronic dysentery.
120. Stuhlman, Henry, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Macomb April 1,
1840; effects of starvation, having been lost while on a scout.
121. Thompson, Walter, privt. Co. "H," died at Fort King April 4, 1841;
killed by Indians.
122. Vera, Joseph, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Monroe, Va., April 10,
1842; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
123. Willard, George L., privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Holmes January
7, 1841; chronic dysentery.
/ 124. Weeden, John I., privt. Co. "B," died at Picolata October 31, 1840;
chronic dysentery.
125. Wood, Samuel, privt Co. "C," died at Buffalo. N. Y., September 13,
1842; fever, contracted in Florida.
126. Winne, Killan, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Heileman July 26, 1837;
disease unknown.
127. Wilson, I. S. P., privt Co. "E," died at Fort Fanning January 11,
1839; effusion of lungs.
128. Werback, Frederick, privt Co. "F," died at Fort Brooke November
27, 1839; disease unknown.
129. Weger, Charles, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Henderson, Ga., Jan-
uary 22, 1842; accidentally drowned.
130. Wells, John W., privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Shannon February 4,
1842; disease of the brain..
131. Zeigler, William, sergt. Co. "B," died at Cow Creek Hammock July
12, 1840; killed by the Indians.












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3d Regiment of Infantry.

1. Glen, T. B., 2d lieut. died at sea June 9, 1841; disease unknown,
contracted in Florida.
2. Lewis, A., capt., died at Tampa November 30, 1840; disease un-
known, contracted in Florida.
3. Vose, I. H., Jr., 1st lieut., died at New York June 30, 1841; disease
unknown, contracted in Florida.
1. Brown, Joseph, privt. Co. "F," died at Cedar Keys May 18, 1841;
chronic dysentery.
2. Brown, Edward, privt. Co. "E," died near Fort Macomb June 9,
1841; killed by Indians while defending a wagon train.
3. Bailey, William, privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Pleasant June 29,
1841; dysentery.
4. Bum, Thomas, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Gamble September 19,
1841; dysentery.
5. Brice, John, privt. Co. "D," died at Cedar Keys March 25, 1842;
chronic dysentery.
G. Boyle, Michael, privt. Co. "H," died at Fort Pleasant July 8, 1842;
congestion of the brain.
7. Bowers, Joseph, privt. Co. "C," died at Cedar Keys July 10, 1842;
dysentery.
8. Butler, James, prlvt. Co. "E," died at Fort Stansbury November 26,
1842; pneumonia.
9. Campbell, James, privt. Co. "G," died at Oscilla Ferry July 12,
1841; bilious fever.
10. Carlin, John, privt. Co. "C," died at Cedar Keys October 20, 1841;
yellow fever.
11. Cahill, John, privt. Co. "I," died at Cedar Keys October 29, 1841;
chronic dysintery.
12. Clfford, Dennis, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Stansbury January 12,
1842; chronic dysentery.
13. Churchill, William, privt. Co. "F," died at Jefferson Barracks Jan-
uary 19, 1842; chronic diarrhea, contracted in Florida.
14. Davis, Samuel, corpl. Co. "E," died at Cedar Keys December 7,
1840; inflammation of bowels.
15. Dreiss, Charles, privt. Co. "C," died at Fort Oscilla July 4, 1841;
dysentery.
16. Donnelly, Cons., privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Stansbury July 12,
1841; chronic dysentery.
17. Denker, Herman 0., privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Monroe, Va., April
7, 1842; consumption-disease contracted in Florida.
18. Dallon, Joseph, privt. Co. "G," died at Cedar Keys December 14,
1841; disease unknown.
19. Downey, Joseph, privt. Co. "C," died at Jefferson Barracks March
4, 1843; chronic dysentery, contracted in Florida.
20. Eagan, John, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort No. 4 December 27, 1840;
disease unknown.
21. Frazier, John, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Fanning June 9, 1841;
purp. haemorrhage.
22. Flanagan, William, privt. Co. "H," died at Fort Pleasant August
19, 1841; congestive fever.










158 PONCE DE LEdi LAND.

23. Fisher, Adam, privt. Co. "I," died at Cedar Keys October 7, 1841;
chronic dysentery.
24. Gantzell, Edward, privt. Co. "F," died at Cedar Keys September
19, 1841; chronic dysentery.
25. Gallagher, Andrew, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Stansbury January
20, 1842; appoplexy.
26. Graham, William, privt. Co. "H," died near Fort Pleasant April 7,
1841; killed by Indians while hunting alone.
27. Gaffney, Patrick, privt. Co. "G," died at Cedar Keys July 22, 1842;
chronic dysentery.
28. Hickson, Robert, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Fanning June 4, 1S41;
intermittent fever.
29. Hutchinson, Patrick, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Pleasant June 18,
1841; dysentery.
30. Harrington, Thomas, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Pleasant July 10,
1841; dropsy.
31. Hearne, John, privt. Co. "H," died at Fort Pleasant September 2,
1841; congestion of the brain.
32. Hackett, Franklin, privt. Co. "C," died at Fort Gamble September
13, 1841; intermittent fever and dysentery.
33. Joyce, Thomas, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Stansbury August 2,
1841; appoplexy.
34. Johnson, William, privt. Co. "C," died at Fort Gamble March 27,
1842; dysentery.
35. Junot, Christian, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Gamble July 21, 1842;
vulnis sclopitorum.
36. Igenhoffer, Frederick, privt. Co. "C," died at Cedar Keys July 26,
1842; chronic dysentery.
37; Kane, Timothy, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Brooke November 19,
1840; diarrhea.
38. Kelly, William, privt. Co. "I," died'at Cedar Keys July 20, 1841;
chronic dysentery.
39. Knowlton, Samuel G., privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Hamilton July
29, 1841; shot by Indians while riding express.
40. Kelly, James O., privt. Co. "E," died at Cedar Keys August 10,
1841; disease unknown.
41. Koppell, William, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Stanusbury Novem-
ber 16, 1841; dysentery.
42. Kelly, Michael, privt. Co. "F," died at Cedar Keys December 9,
1842; consumption.
43. .Little, Martin, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Brooke February 3,
1843; drowned.
44. McManus, Thomas, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Stansbury August
31, 1s41; congestive fever.
45. McCann, David, privt. Co. "F," died at Cedar Keys September 23,
1841; chronic dysentery.
46. Marabacker, Valentine, privt. Co. "C," died at Fort Gamble October
9, 1841; diarrhea.
47. McCafirey, James. privt. Co. "A." died at Fort pleasant October
11. 1841; dysentery.
48. McMurty, William, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Stansbury, October
18, 1S41; congestive fever.













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49. Neil, Arthur 0., privt. Co. "I," died in Columbia Co., Fla., August
30, 1841; congestive fever.
50. Robinson, James, privt. Co. "A," t old Fort Pleasant July 12, 1341;
dysentery.
51. Rees, Thomas, corpl. Co. "F," died at Cedar Keys July 23, 1841;
chronic dysentery.
52.: Rice, Morris, sergt-maj. Co. "F," died Cedar Keys August 19,
1841; yellow fever.
53. Regan, Patrick, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Stansbury December
6, 1841; pulmonary consumption.
54. Sugney, John, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Fanning June 13, 1841;
dysentery.
55. Simpkins, William, privt Co.-"K," died at Fort Stansbury August
11, 1841; phithisis.
56. Sweeny, Patrick, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Stansbury September
17, 1841; chronic dysentery.
57. Shields, Owen, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Stansbury October 7,
1841; congestive fever.
58. Tice, Lewis, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Fanning July 27, 1841;
epileptic convulsions.
59. Toole, John, privt. Co. "B," died near Fort Preston November 28,
1841; drowned while on a scout.
60. Toomey, Edward, privt. Co. "E," died at Cedar Keys November
11, 1841; disease unknown.
61. VanHouter, William, privt. Co. "E," died at Pensacola August 24,
1841; disease unknown.
62 Will, Jacob, privt. Co. "E," died at Cedar Keys January 25, 1841;
consumption.
63. White, Patrick, privt Co. "F," died at Fort Fanning June 15, 1841;
congestive fever.
4;. White, Jacob, privt. Co. "F," died at Cedar Keys September 12,
1841; chronic dysentery.
65. White, John, privt. Co. "E," died at Cedar Keys October 20, 1841;
disease unknown.
66. White, John, privt Co. "K," died at Cedar Keys November 11,
1841; chronic pneumonia.
67. Wolf, Charles H., privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Pleasant March 10,
1842; general debility.
68. Winsley, Thomas, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Fanning January 25,
1843; chronic dysentery.

4th Regiment of Infantry.

1. Birch, George, major, died at Fort Brooke September 26, 1837;
disease unknown.
2. Dade, Francis L., br. major Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre De-
cember 28, 1835; killed in action.
3. McCrabb, J. W.. bt. capt. Co. "D," died at St. Augustine November
6, 1839; fever.
4. Lands, R. M., bt. maj. Co. "G," died at Fort McCall September 13;
1836; disease unknown..
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5. Spoor, C. H. E., 2d lieut. Co. "D," died at Lockport, N. Y., January
26, 1838; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
6. Thornton, A. W., capt. Co. "A," died at Pensacola November 2,
1836; disease unknown.

1. Allen, Adolphus, privt Co. "C," died at Fort Monroe, Va., June
9, 1838; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
2. Able, John, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort McCall September 15,
1836; dysentery.
3. Barnes, John, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
4. Burwell, John, corpl. Co. "E," died at Fort Call September' 7,
1836; bilious fever..
5. Bryant, James, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Call September 11,
1836; bilious fever.
6. Buckley, James, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Call September 13,
1836; remittent fever.
7. Bright, George, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Call September 15,
1836; bilious fever.
8. Black, John, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Call September 17, 1836;
bilious fever.
9. Bentz, Adam, corpl. Co. "D," died at Fort Call September 23,
1836; congestive fever.
10. Brown, John, sergt. Co. "G," died at Fort Call October 4, 1836;
remittent fever.
11. Bonsall, Adam F., privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Call October 6, 1836;
remittent fever.
12. Brearman, Henry, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Clinch December 7,
1836; disease unknown.
13. Bennett, Isaac, privt. Co. "G," died at Tampa Bay July 36, 1837;
disease unknown.
14. Buckley, James, privt. Co. "K," died at Tampa Bay August 11,
18:7; disease unknown.
15. Bruce, Henry, musn. Co. "A," died at Tampa Bay January 2, 1842;
consumption.
16. Brultie, John, privt. Co. "D," died at Tampa Bay February 21,
3842; consumption.
17. Bloom, Andrew, privt. Co. "A," died at Cedar Keys July 9, 1842;
diarrhea.
18. Barr, James, sergt. Co. "I," died at New Orleans May -, 1837; dis-
ease unknown, contracted in Florida.
19. Bristol, Sidney, privt. Co. "I," died at sea May 21, 1837; disease
unknown, contracted in Florida.
20. Boyde, Robert, privt. Co. "'K," died at New Orleans April 24, 1838;
dysentery.
21. Boyle, Robert, privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Monroe, Va., Jr.:.: 29,
1838; disease unknown.
22. Cates, Enoch, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
23. Campbell, Donald, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre Decem-
ber 28, 1835; killed in action.












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24. Cunningham, Martin, prlvt. Co. dB," dide at Dadu's Massacre Da-
cember 28, 1835; killed in action.
25. Clendening, Levi, sergt. Co. "K," died at Chrystal River February
9, 1837; killed in action.
2G. Cannon, Walter, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort King February 29,
1836; chronic diarrhea.
27. Casey, John M., privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Brooke May 10, 1836;
disease unknown.
28. Cobbett, John Z., privt Co. "G," died at Fort Gall November 3,
1836; typhus fever.
29. Carroll, Michael, privt. Co. "B," died at Tampa Bay September 23,
1837; dysentery.
30. Chandler, William, privt. Co. "E," died at Tampa Bay September
2, 1837; disease unknown.
31. Comstock, Solomon, privt. Co. "G," died at Tampa Bay September
13, 1837; intermittent fever.
32. Coghan, John, privt. Co. "C," died at Fort Fanning, September 22,
1842; inflammation of the brain.
33. Clifton, James R., privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Monroe, Va., No-
vember 28, 1837; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
34. Doughty, John, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
35. Donovan, Cornelius, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre De-
cember 28, 18"5; killed in action.
36. Downes, William, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre Decem-
ber 28, 1835; killed in action.
37. Downes, John, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Brooke April 29, 1836;
consumption.
38. Dunham, Hezekiah, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Call October 8,
18:;(i; bilious fever.
39. Dougherty, John, privt. Co. "G," died at Tampa Bay January 25.
1837; disease unknown.
40. Duffy, John, privt. Co. "C," died at Tampa Bay September 11, 1837;
disease unknown.
41. Donnelly, James, corpl. Co. "K," died at Tampa Bay September 10,
1837; intermittent fever.
42. Dorr, William H., sergt. Co. "K," died at Fort Brooke August 21,
1837; disease unknown.
43. Dougherty, Charles L., privt. Co. "F," died at Picolata Auguet 13,
1842; shot by Private Hurley.
44. Dill, Andrew, privt. Co. "C," died at New Orleans June 24, 1S38;
disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
45. Dennis, Archibald, privt. Co. "A," died en route to Jerrerson Bks.
October 6, 1842; typhus fever.
46. Foster, William, privt. Co. "D," died at Big Cypress December 2.,
1841; killed in action.
47. Frederick, Samuel, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Call October 20,
1836; chronic diarrhea.
48. Gage, Depretot, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Call August 16, 1836;
bilious fever.












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49. Gather. Otho. privt. Co. "B," diec at Key West September 16, 1836;
S hepatic consumption. -
50. Gardper. "William. rnivt. Co. "B." died on passage to Fort Monroe
September 23, 1S37; disease unknown, contracted In Florida.
51. Hall. Simuel. "rivt "B. "'." died at Pace's Mas 'acre December 28.
8135; killed in action.
52. Hill, David. privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Call August 31, 1836;
killed in action.
53. Hollins. James, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Call September 22,
1836; bilious fever.
54. Hofferma". Daniel. privt Co. "I" died at Fort Call October 19,
1836; bilious fever.
55. Humphries. Robe-t. privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Clinch December
12, 1836; chronic diarrhea.
56. Hunter, Lyons. privt. Co. "G," died at Tampa Bay March 15, 1837;
disease unknown.
57. Hanzahan. Michael, privt Co. "C," died at Fort Dade June 11. 1837;
disease unknown.
58. Harris. Gideon, prlvt. Co. "I," died at Tampa Bay July 8, 1837;
disease unknown.
59. Husher. Fiederick, privt. Co. "I," died at Tampa Bay August 19,
1837; diarrhea.
60. Hilliard. I-'aac, privt. Co. "A," died at Tampa Bay October 8, 1837;
chronic dysentery.
63. Houghta'I'-g. Stephen, privt. Co. "D," died at Tampa Bay Novem-
ber ;, 1831; disease unknown.
62. Houghm. Jonathan, privt. Co. "C," died at Tampa Bay November
27, 1841; fever.
63. Hardy. .'ames. privt. Co. "A." died at Jefferson Bks. October 8,
1812; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
64. Jones. Viley. privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre December
28, 1835; killed in action.
65. Ingram. William, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Call October 6, 1836;
hydro thorax.
66. Jenkins. T.ewis, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Clinch December 31.
1836; cachaxia.
67. Jones. Philip, privt. Co. "C," died at Jefferson Bks. October 28,
1843; congestive fever, contracted in Florida.
68. King. Thomas, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Call September 5. 1836;
bilious fever.
69. Keilahar. Michael, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Call November 7,
.1836; epileptic fits.
70. Lutz, Othiel, privt. Co. "A," died at Okeechobee December 25, 1837:
71. Lee, Francis, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Call. July 30, 1836; bil-
ious fever.
72. Losee, Samuel, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Call September 19, 1836;
bilious fever.
73. Long, Edward F., pi'vt. Co. "D," died at Fort Call November 4,
1836; chronic diarrhea.
74. Large, Achilles, privt. Co. "K," died at Thonotossa Lake July 18.
1837; disease unknown.















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15. Lamb, Curtis, privt Co. "G," died at Tampa Bay August 23, 1837;
chronic dysentery.
76. Lawrence, William E., privt. Co."K," died at Tampa Bay October
30, 1S37; disease unknown.
77. Lentz, Nicholas, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Taylor November 23,
1837; disease unknown.
78. Lowrie, James G., privt. Co. "C," died at Tampa Bay October 28,
1841; consumption.
79. Linder, William, privt. Co. "C," died en route to Jefferson Bks.
October 12, 1S42; intermittent fever, contracted in Florida.
80. Markham, William, privt. Co. "B," died at Dade's Massacre Decem-
ber 28, 1835; killed in action.
81. McLaughlin, David, privt. Co. "D," died at Thonotosassa April 26,
1836; killed in action.
82. McCann, Felix, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Call August 16, 1836;
drowned.
83. Martin, John, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Call August 17, 1836;
bilious fever.
84. McCormick, Samuel, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Call September
23, 1836; bilious fever.
85. McLarty, James, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Call November 2,
1836; typhus fever.
86. Marson, John, scrgt.-maj., died .1 Mouth of Withlacoochic Novem-
ber 17, 1836; bilious fever.
87. Maloney, John, sergt. Co. "I," died at Fort Clinch December 2,
1836; dysentery.
83. Marriott, Stephen, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Clinch December 11,
1836; cachexia.
89. Morrow, Thomas, privt. Co. "I," (died at Fort Clinch December 12,
183(;; cachexia.
90. Madden, John. privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Clinch December 13,
1836; dropsy.
91. Murray, William, sergt. Co. "E," died at Tampa Day July 30, 1837;
hiccups.
92. McEneire, Gerald, privt. Co. "H," died at Tampa Bay August 10,
1837; dysentery.
93. McAvoy, John, privt. Co. "I," died at Tampa Bay August 26, 1837;
dropsy.
94. McMullen, Samuel, privt. Co. "C," died at sea September 36, 1837;
disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
95. Morris, George, privt. Co. "B," died at Cedar Keys August 17, 1842;
dysentery.
!)G. Mathers, Lyman, privt. Co. "E," died at Old Point May 23, 1838;
chronic dysentery, contracted in Florida.
97. Murphy, Isaac, privt. Co. "K." died at Ross's Ferry, Tenn., June
18, 1838; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
98. Ormsby, John, privt. Co. "G," died at Magnolia July 9, 1836; re-
mittent fever.
99. Ohlendorff, John C., corpl. Co. "I," died at Fort Call October 2,
1836; bilious fever.
(00. O'Brien, Arthur, privt. Co. "I," died at Tampa Bay December 4,
1837; disease unknown.













164 PONCE DE LI:o "-LAND.

101. Potter, George, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Call September 25,
1836; intermittent fever.
102. Parker, Hiram, sergt. Co. "B," died at Fort Clinch November 3M,
1836; measles.
103. Parsons, Harrison, privt. Co. "E," died at Tampa Bay August 22.
1837; disease unknown.
104. Phillips, Jacob, privt. Co. "I," died at Tampa Bay October 1, 1837;
disease unknown.
105. Powers, Enoch, privt. Co. "G," died at Tampa Bay December 4,
1837; disease unknown.
106. Peter, Charles, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort King June 29, 1842;
disease unknown.
107. Price, Wyman, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Hamilton, N. Y., De-
cember 27, 1837; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
108. Quinn, Charles, corpl. Co. "D," died at Fort Clinch December 23,
1836; appoplexy.
109. Richards, William, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Clinch December
27,. 1836; inflammation of the lungs.
110. Richter, Jacob, privt. Co. "C," died at Fort Wacahoota August 16,
1842; inflammation of the brain.
111. Stewart, John, privt. Co. "A," died at Okeechobee December 25,
1837; killed in action.
112. Shumard, Barthol, privt. Co. "H," died at Okeechobee December
25, 1837; killed in action.
113. Shaeffer, Daniel, privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Call July 16, 183(;;
bilious fever.
114. Smith, P. S., sergt. Co. "D," died at Fort Call August 18, 1836;
bilious fever.
115. Shepherd, Francis, privt. Co. "G," died at Tampa Bay May 15, 1837;
disease unknown.
116. Somcrs, Patrick, privt. Co. "K," died at Tampa Bay June 28, 1837;
disease unknown.
117. Shanley, William C., privt. Co. "B," died at Thonotosassa Lake
July 24, 1837; remittent fever.
118. Smith, Samuel, privt. Co. "B," died at Tampa Bay August 13, 1837;
dysentery.
119. Shay, Patrick, privt. Co. "G," died at Tampa Bay August 3, 1837;
intermittent fever.
120. Sheridan, Patrick, privt. Co. "C," died at Tampa Bay September
20, 1837; disease unknown.
121. Tyler, Laban, privt. Co. "G," died at Tampa Bay July 8, 18;37; dis-
ease unknown.
122. Walker, William, privt. Co. "I," died at Thonotosassa April 2i,
1836; killed in action.
123. Whitinger, John, privt. Co. "I," died at Tampa Bay September 11,
1837; disease unknown.
124. Wood, Joseph, privt. Co. "I," died at Tampa Bay October 9, 1837;
125. Warren, Hiram B., sergt. Co. "C," died at Fort Monroe, Va., Sep-
tember 29, 1837; disease unknown.
126. Wilson. Henry, privt. Co. "E," died at Tampa Bay November 6..
1837; disease unknown.











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127. Wagner, Fred C., privt. Co. "E." died at Jefferson Bks. October
16, 1842; yellow fever, coni. 'ted-in Florida.
128. Villebrod, Frank, Co. D., dicii at Tampa Bay, 1837; disease un-
known.

5th Regiment of Infantry.

1. Wilcox, D., major, died at Palatka January 3, 1842; disease un-
known.
6th Regiment of Infantry.

1. Brook, Francis I., 1st lieut. Co. "A," died at Lake Okeechobee De-
cember 25, 1837; killed in action.
2. Berrien, William D., 1st lieut. Co. "K," died at Fort Brooke Decem-
ber 2, 1840; disease unknown.
3. Center, I. P., 2d lieut. Co. "A," died at Lake Okechobee December
25, 1837; killed in action.
4. Conrad, John, 1st lieut. Co. "I," died at James Island August 10,
1838; disease unknown.
5. Griffin, George H., 1st lieut. Co. "D," died at Fort Brooke October
8, 1839; disease unknown.
6. Green, John, lieut.-col. -, died at Tallahassee September 21, 1840;
disease unknown.
7. Hulbert, William, 2d lielt. Co. "F," died near Fort Brooke May 2,
1839; killed by the Indians.
8. Thompson, Alex. R., lient.-col. -, died at Lake Okeechobee De-
cember 25, 1837; killed in action.
9. Van Swearengen, I., capt. Co. "F," died at LIake Okeechobee De-
cember 25, 1837; killed in action.
10. Van Lien, F., 2d lieut. Co. "C," died at New Orleans December
31, 1839; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.

1. Allen, Orin, privt. Co. "B," died near St. Marks June 16, 1840;
disease unknown.
2. Andrews, John, privt. Co. "C," died at Cedar Keys November 9,
1841; disease unknown.
3. Allen, Henry, privt. Co. "G," died at Lake Okeechobee December
25, 1837; killed in action.
4. Ball, Elijah, privt. Co. "A," died on passage to New York October
28, 1840; chronic diarrhea, contracted in Florida.
5. Buck, John H., privt. Co. "C," died at Fort Slherrard November
27, 1839; typhus fever.
G. Boyle, John, privt. Co. "D," died at Cedar Keys November 12, 1841;
congestion of the lungs.
7. Burtch, William, corpl. Co. "E," died near Fort Fanning June 24,
1840; disease unknown.
8. Brigham, Bela B., privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Harrison November
26, 1841; neuralgia.
9. Banks, John, privt. Co. "F," died at Lake Okeechobee December
25, 1837; killed in action.
10. Benjamin, James H., corpl. Co. "G," died at Fort Brooke August
24, 1837; disease unknown.














166 PONCE DE LiON LAND.

11. Breel, Casmer, privt. Co. "H," died at Fort Broole July 24, 1837;
disease unknown.
12. Beck, John, privt. Co.-"H," died near Fort I-Trrircn June 12, 1841;
supposed to have been killed by the Indians.
13..Birmingham, T. P., sergt. Co. "I," died at Fort Andrews October
23, 1839; killed by guard-shot.
14. Bing, M. L., privt Co. "K," died at Lake Okeechobee December
25, 1837; killed in action.
15. Boyle, John, privt. Co. "K," died at Dog Island September 25, 1S38;
disease unknown.
16. Carr, John, sergt. Co. "A," died at Cedar Keys October 26, 18-0:
diarrhea.
17. Congar, John H., privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Brooke December 7,
1839; disease unknown.
18. Clute, William, musn. Co. "D," died at Fort Oscilla August 27, 1839;
bilious fever.
19. Cushman, Philip, privt. Co. "G," died at Lake Okeechobee Decem-
ber 25, 1837; killed in action.
20. Conlan, Joseph, privt. Co. "G," died at Cedar Keys February 4,
1842; disease unknown.
21. Cook, John, privt Co. "H," died at Fort Oscilla June 22, 1840; dis-
case unknown.
22. Clark, Henry, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Bassinger January 26,
1838; wounds received in action December 25, 1837.
23. Cole, Samuel, privt. Co. "K," died at Dog Island August 30, 1838;
disease unknown.
24. Canfield. Abraham, privt. Co. "K," died at Dog Island September
18, 1838; disease unknown.
25. Driske, Barthol, privt. Co. "F," died near Fort Brooke May 2,
1839; killed by the Indians.
26. Daniels, Samuel. privt. Co. "H," died at Lake Okeechobee Dccem-
ber25, 1S37; killed in action.
27. Doane, Anthony P., privt. Co. "H," died at Fort Towson, Ark., Sep-
tember 19, 1842; chronic dysentery, contracted in Florida.
28. Dwyner, John, privt, Co. "K," died at Dog Island August 29, 1838;
disease unknown.
29. Ervine, Lewis, privt. Co. "C," died at Fort Mlcanopy July 26, 1838;
killed by the Indians.
30. Fry, Christian, privt Co. "A," died at St. Marks July 19, 1838:
disease unknown.
31. Foxcroft. George, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Brooke November
26, 1841; disease unknown.
32. Farmington, Salisbury, privt. Co. "H," died on march to Pass
Creek November 15, 1837; accidental gun shot.
33. Foster, George. privt. Co. "IH," died at Lake Okeechobee December
25, 1S37; killed in action.
34. Fresh, John, privt. Co. "I," died near Fort Andrews August 29,
1839; killed in action.
35. Green, John, privt. Co. "B," died at James Island July 17, 1838:
disease unknown.
36. Gaffney, James, privt. Co. "G," died at Lake Okeechobee December
25. 1837; killed in action. .














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37. Guiser, Charles, privt. Co. "K," died at Cedar Keys September 2,
1840; disease unknown.
38. Hardt, Michael privt. Co. "A," died at Cedar Keys March 15, 1841;
phthsis pulmonalls.
39. Hunter, Alex., privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Towson, Ark., Septem-
ber 15, 1843; consumption, contracted in Florida.
40. Handibode, Thomas, privt. Co. "C," died at Cedar Keys Nevember
11, 1841; disease unknown.
41. Hennesy, Richard, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Harrison October
12, 1841; disease unknown.
42. Hall, Charles, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort F. Brooke May 5, 1839;
disease unknown.
43. Hart, Robert, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Brooke September 6,
1841; congestive fever.
44. Hattrick, Charles, privt. Co. "H," died at Lake Okeechobee De-
cember 25, 1837; killed in action.
45. Herbert, Seely, privt. Co. "H," died at Cedar Keys February 22,
1841; chronic dysentery.
46. Harris, Daniel, privt. Co. "I," died at Lake Okeechobee December
25, 1837; killed in action.
47. Harriet, A, T., sergt. Co. "I," died near St. Andrews August 29,
1839; killed in action.
48. Hayden, Daniel, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Andrews November
23, 1839; wounds received in action.
49. Hodges, Josiah, privt. Co. "K," died at Lake Okeechobee December
25, 1837; killed in action.
50. Ironside, Benjamin, privt Co.. "B," died at Fort Hulbert June 5,
1840; disease unknown.
51. Jordan, John, bugler Co. -, died at Fort Harrison October 6, 1841;
chronic diarrhea.
52. Knight. Edward C., privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Gardiner December
19. 1837; disease unknown.
53. Kipp, Robert S., corpl. Co. "H," died at Lake Okeechobee January
1, 1838; wounds received in action December 25, 1837.
54. Knight, Isaac, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Dade January 9, 1842:
congestive fever.
55. Long, John, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Columbus, N. Y., January
6, 1841; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
65. Minard, Harman, sergt. Co. "A," died at Fort Brooke September
9, 1837; chronic dysentery.
57. McCarthy, John, sergt. Co. "A," died on passage to New York
August 23, 1840; lost overboard at sea.
58. Monroe, James, privt. Co. "B," died near Fort Pleasant July 13,
1840; killed by Indians.
59. McVey, Joseph, privt. Co. "B," died at Oclockney River June 18,
181838; killed by Indians.
60. Miller John, privt. Co. "D," died near Fort Pleasant July 13,
1840; killed by Indians.
61. McEneary, Thomas, privt. Co. "E," died at Cedar Keys July 16,
1841; malignant fever.
62. McDonough. Bryan, privt. Co. "F," died at Lake Okeefhobee De-.
member 25, 1837; killed in action.












168 PONCE DL Li-u 1.AND.s

63. Murphy, Peter, privt. Co. "F," died at Cedary Keys June 76, 1841;
chronic dysentery.
64. Mullen, Patrick, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Broole February 7,
1842; chronic dysentery.
65. Minick, Henry, privt. Co. "G," died at Lake Okeechobee Decem-
ber 25, 1837; killed in action.
66. McLaughlin, Bernard, privt. Co. "H," died at Cedar Keys March
2, 1842; phthisis pulmonalis.
67. Malone, Patrick, privt. Co. "H," died at Fort Columbus, N. Y.,
March, 15, 1841; disease unknown contracted in Florida.
68. McGlade, John, privt. Co. "H," died at Cedar Keys April 1, 1841;
disease unknown.
69. Matthas, Martin, privt. Co. "H," died at Fort R. Gamble November
18, 1841; pneumonia biliosa.
70. Mackay, William, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Brooke, September
11, 1837; remittant fever.
71. McGrath, Thomas, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Pleasant December
7, 1839; disease unknown.
72. Masters. Thomas A., privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Hamilton, N. Y.,
November 33, 1837; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
73. Mahar, William, privt. Co. "I," died an passage to New York No.
vember 4, 1840; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
74. McKirdy, Henry, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Brooke January 13,
1842; disease unknown.
75. Murtough, Michael, privt. Co. "K," died at Lake Okeechobee De-
cember 25, 1837; killed in action.
76. M-cFee, Robert, privt Co. "K," died at Fort Econfinee May 21, 1840;
disease unknown.
77. Mahoney, Kean, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Gamble June 21, 1840;
disease unknown.
78. McCann, John, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Pleasant 18, 1842;
chronic dysentery.
79. Noble, Patrick, privt Co. "G," died at Fort Fanning July 2, 1840;
disease unknown.
80. Otts, Frederick, privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Pleasant May 16,
1839; disease unknown.
81. O'Brien, Michael, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Fanning July 1, 1840;
disease unknown.
82. O'Connor, William, privt. Co. "H," died at Cedar Keys, September
22, 1840; disease unknown.
83. O'Sha, Michael, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Brooke June 1, 1840;
disease unknown.
84. Pool, Robert, privt. Co. "A," died at Lake Okeechobee December
25, 1837; killed in action.
85. Pulsifer, Christopher, corpl. Co. "E," died at Fort Harrison, Sep.
tember 20, 1841; remittant fever.
86. Parks, David, privt. Co. "F," died near Fort Andrews July 21, 1839;
killed by the Indians.
87. Phillips, John, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Econfinee May 26. 1840;
disease unknown.
88. Perks, Charles, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Brooke October 26,
1840; pulmonary consumption.












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89. Robinson, John, privt Co. "A," died at Dog Island August 30, 1838;
brain fever.
90. Russell, James, privt. Co. "B," died at James Island August 13.
1838; drowned.
91. Rowland, Thomas, privt Co. "E," died at Fort Gamble June 10.
1840; disease unknown.
92. Ryan, John, corpl. Co. "F," died on passage to New York Novem,
ber 1, 1840; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
93. Rosencrans, Elias, privt Co. "G," died at Fort Brooke Septemboe
25, 1840; remittent fever.
94. Rose, Ellas, privt. Co. "K," died at Lake Okeechobee December
25, 1837; killed in action.
95. Sleepback, Henry sergt-maj. Co. "K," died at Lake Oheechobee
December 27, 1837; wounds received in action.
96. Scholer, George, privt Co. "A," died at Dog Island September 3,
1838; brain fever.
97. Schultz, Thomas, privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Harrison May 14,
1841; dysentery.
98. Smith. S. M., privt. Co. "B," died at St. Andrews Bay July 31, 1839;
fever.
99. Shaughnessy, John, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Brooke November
25, 1839; disease unknown.
100. Stanley, John, privt Co. "B," died at Fort Brooke December 3,
1841; 'disease unknown.
101. Stewart, Robert, privt Co. "C," died at Fort Manning March 8,
1840; disease unknown.
102. Schwartz, Robert, privt Co. "C," died at Fort Fanning June 8,
1840; disease unknown.
103. Scott. James, corpl. Co. "C," died at Fort Simmons January 24,
1842; accidental gun shot.
104. Scdmidtwilkie, Joseph, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Oscllo August
29, 1839; congestive fever.
105. Stottman, George, privt Co. "E," died at Fort Gamble June 21,
1841; disease unknown.
106. Snow, Byrd, privt. Co. "E," died at Cedar Keys July 21, 1841;
dysentery.
107. Swift, Gordon, privt. Co. "F," died at Lake Okeechobee December
25, 1837; killed in action.
108. Sweet, Thomas, privt Co. "G," died at Fort Columbus, N. Y., May
5, 1841; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
109.'Sillc, Edward, sergt. Co. "H," died at Fort Dade March 16, 1837;
accidental.
110. Stoddard, Thomas, corpl. Co. "H," died at Fort Stansbpry August
8, 1841; disease unknown.
111. Shea, John, privt. Co. "I," died at Dog Island July 18, 1838; killed
-by Indians.
112. Swords, John, sergt. Co. "K," died at St. Marks December 12, 1838;
disease unknown.
113. Slaven, John, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Fanning June 19, 1840:
disease unknown.
114. Tindale, Samuel, musn. Co. "F," died at Fort Smith, Ark., January
12, 1843; pulmonary consumption, contracted in Florida.











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115. Tripp, Joshua, privt. Co. "H,' died at Cedar Keys March 1, 1841;
chronic dysentery.
116. Todd, David, sergt. Co. "I," died at Lake Okeechobee December 25,
1837; killed in action.
117. Taber, John, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Andrews November 26,
1839; disease unknown.
118. Urquehart, Alexander, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Brooko Decem-
ber 7, 1839; disease unknown.
119. Wakefield, Walter, Q. M. sergt. died on way to Fort Harrison Sep-
tember 1, 1811; disease unknown.
120. Whitlekop, Johanne, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Brooke November
23, 1837; disease unknown.
121. Wright, Charles B., privt. Co. "C," died at Cedar Keys April 18,
1841; chronic diarrhea.
122. Williams, James, privt. Co. "C," died at Fort Towson, Ark., Sep-
tember 3, 1842; chronic diarrhea, contracted in Florida.
123. Weyman, Nicholas, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Oscilla August 14,
1839; congestive fever.
124. Whitemore, Joseph, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Towson, Ark.,
August 3, 1842; chronic diarrhea, contracted in Florida.
125. Walkam, Jonathan, privt. Co. "E," died at Cedar Keys August 9,
1940; disease unknown.
126. Wallace, John, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Brooke October 23.
1837; disease unknown.
127. Whitemore, Philip, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Andrews Septem-
ber 22, 1839; disease unknown.
128. Wood, James, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Econfinee May 28. 1840;
disease unknown.
129. Walker, Luke, sergt. Co. "K," died at Alexandria, La., January
-, 1844; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.

7th Regiment of Infantry.

1. Gannett, T. B., 2d lieut. Co. "E," died at Pilatka Oceober 30, 1841;
yellow fever.
2. Stephenson, I. R., capt. Co, "E." died at Pilatka November 26,
1841; disease unknown.
3. Sanderson, James S., 2d lieut. Co. "C," died near Fort Micanopy
May 19, 1840; for wounds received at Bridgewater and subse-
quent zeal and efficiency in all t,.e non. com. grades, he was
recommended by the officers of his regiment and appointed 2d
lieut. on 1st of March, 1838. With 13 men he attacked 40 or 50
Indians and was killed at the head of his party.
4. Sherwood, Walter, 2d lieut. Co. "K," died near Fort Micanopy De-
cember 28, 1840; while escorting Mrs. Montgomery from Micano-
py to Wacahoota, his party, consisting of 11 non. com. etc., were
attacked by a large body of Indians; himself, Mrs. Montgomery
and four of the escort were killed. He was a young officer of
great promise.

1. Austin, Jeremiah, privt. Co. "A," died near Fort Wheelock August
13, 1840. He was a soldier of long service and good character.












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He was killed while returning frofn escorting Asst. Surg. Grillin
to Fort Micanopy.
2. Austin, Benoni, privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Fanning August 9,
1841; congestive fever.
3. Appleton, John, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Micanopy February 13,
1841; catarhus.
4. Brown, Lewis, sergt. Co. "K," died near Fort No. 3 March 20, 1839;
killed by the Indians while riding express.
5.. Burlington, Lansing, privt. Co. "C," died near Fort Micanopy De-
cember 28, 1840; killed under command of Lieut. Sherwood.
He sacrificed his own in attempting to save the life of a lady.
His last words were, "I did my duty."
6. Bridges, Abraham, sergt Co. "C," died at Ocklawaha River July
16, 1841; shot while charging an Indian encampment.
7. Busby, Charles, privt. Co. "A," died at Wacasassa May 16, 1841;
dysentery.
8. Busby, Henry, privt, Co. "A," die.. at Fort Macomb February 7,
1842; accidentally killed.
9. Bersham, George, privt. Co. "A," died at Cedar Keys January 9,
1842; dysentery.
10. ]ollingcr, Thomas, privt. Co. "B," died at Castle Pinckney, S. C.,
September 8, 1839; yellow fever, contracted in Florida.
11. Burns, Thomas, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort No. 2 June 3, 1840;
dysentery.
12. ]iudnctt, William C., privt. Co. "C," died at Fort Micanopy July 22,
1S41; typhoid fever.
13. Baclkma'n, James, privt. Co. "],." died at Fort Micanopy January
21, 1841; ambustio.
14. Bulbin, Joseph, privt. Co. "E," died near Fort Micanopy October
1840; drowned.
15. Boyer, George, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Brooke August 17, 1842;
dysentery.
16. Bullman, Gassoway, sergt. Co. "H," died at Fort Fanning April 18,
1842; disease unknown.
17. Bruns, Anthony, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort No. 2 September 3,
1839; disease unknown.
18. Britton, Peter, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Wheelock September
16, 1841; disease unknown.
19. Boylan, Patrick, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Wheelock February
2, 1S42; chronic hysentery.
20. Donaparte, Lafayette, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort MTicanopy April
12, 1842; gun shot wounds.
21. Carroll, Francis, scrgt.-major, died near Micanopy December 28,
1841. Killed, being at the time one of Lieut. Sherwood's party.
He was of Lieut. Sanderson's party of the 19th of May when that
officer was killed. In that action !19th May) he behaved with
great bravery and remained alone near the scene of action until
next morning, when Lieut-Col. Riley in command of a portion
of the 2d Infantry visited it for the purpose of removing the
dead. He served in the 7th Infantry from 1831 to the time of
his death, filling with much credit the several grades of cor-
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his good conduct and soldierly bearing the respect and esteem
of his officers.
22. Cuthbert, Arthur, privt. Co. "A,'" died at Cedar Keys November 12,
1841; chronic dysentery.
23. Cappus, John, privt. Co. "B," died at Castle Pinckney, S. C., August
21, 1839; yellow fever, contracted in Florida.
S24. Carr, John R., privt. Co. "B," died at St. Augustine November 10,
1839; yellow fever.
25. Costin, Patrick, privt. Co. "B," died at Cedar Keys February 2;,
1841; chronic dysentery.
26. Crowley, Thomas, privt. Co. "B," died at St. John's Bluff August
24, 1841; chronic dysentery.
27. Carey, John, prvt. Co. "B," died at St. John's Bluff October 23,
1841; dropsy.
28. Campbell, William, privt. Co. "B," died at St. John's Bluff Novem-
ber 8, 1841; chronic dysentery.
29. Church, Wililam, privt. Co. "C," died at Fort Micanopy December
7, 1840; dysentery.
30. Coglan, Daniel, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Shannon January 30,
1840; disease unknown.
31. Code, Thomas. privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Heileman October 21,
1840; congestive fever.
. 32. Carther, John C., privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Heileman November
18, 1840; diarrhea.
33. Cowley, Owen, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Micanopy January 5,
1841; wounds received in action near Micanopy May 18, 1840.
34. Claffy, Francis, privt. Co. "H," died at Fort Micanopy September
16, 1840; intermittent fever.
35. Duff, Christopher, privt. Co. "E," died near Fort Wacahoota May
17, 1842; killed.
36. Donolan, Michael, privt. Co. "A," died at New Orleans May 20,
1840; phthisis pulmonalis, contracted in Florida.
37. Douglass, Henry, privt. Co. "B," died at Castle Pinckney, S. C.,
August 21, 1S39; yellow fever.
38. Dougherty, Henry, privt. Co. "B," died at St. John's Bluff Novem-
ber 24, 1841; chronic dysentery.
39. Dolan, Patrick, privt. Co. "B," died at St. John's Bluff January 8,
1842; chronic dysentery.
40. Drennan, John, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Columbus, N. Y., De-
cember 29, 1840; chronic disease, contracted in Florida.
41. Dudley, Thomas, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Micanopy January 24,
1841; diarrhea.
42. Dunn, John, privt. Co ."K," died at Fort Brooke Panuary 1. 1839;
cholera morbus.
43. Eldridge, Henry, privt. Co. "I," died near Fort Micanopy August
30, 1840; killed.
44. Eckard, Augustus, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Wacahoota Septem-
ber 7, 1840; died of wounds received under command of Lieut.
Hanson, September 6, 1840.
45. Eberhart, Lewis, privt. Co. "B," died at Cedar Keys October 18,
1840; chronic dysentery.













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46. Evans, Andrew, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Micanopy May 5, 1841;
dysentery.
47. Foss, William, privt Co. "H," died near Micanopy May 19, 1840;
killed, being one of Lieut. Sanderson's party.
z?. Fynn, Patrick, privt. Co. "E," died at Micanopy August 30, 1840;
killed.
49. Finney, David M., privt. Co. "E," died at Micanopy August 30, 1840;
taken prisoner and killed.
50. Foster, David, privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Whellock December 18,
1840; dysentery.
51. Fell, John, privt Co. "B," died atFort Heileman June 16, 1841;
congestion of the brain.
52. Feeny, James, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Wacahoota September
27, 1841; disease unknown.
53. Fitzgibbon, Garrett, privt. Co. "C died at Cedar Keys December
24, 1841; chronic pneumonia.
54. Finn, John, privt. Co. "K," died i,~ Fort Micanopy. May 3, 1841;
disease unknown.
55. Grace, Richard, privt Co. "A," died at Fort King May 9, 1840:
died of wounds received under command of Capt. Rains, April
28, 1840.
56. Goodman, Lewis, musn. Co. "B," died at Fort Heileman November
3, 1839; yellow fever.
57. Gaines, James, corpl. Co. "C," died at Fort King October 1, 1840:
disease unknown.
58. Gates, William, corpl. Co. "G," died at Fort Brooke June 2;. 1842;
congestive fever.
59. Grey, Richard, prvt. Co. "H," died at Fort Columbus, N. Y., Sep-
tember 17, 1841; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
60. Galligan, James, privt Co. "K," died at Fort Columbus, N. Y.,
March 22, 1841; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
61. Hogins, Isaac, sergt. Co. "C," died at Fort No. 5 February 1, 1841;
being in charge of a party of four men, he was killed by a large
party of Indians in ambuscade at the end of a causeway.
62. Herring, Charles, privt. Co. "A," died near Fort King March 24,
1840; killed. "A man of excellent character."
63. Hefferman, Michael, privt. Co. "H," died near Fort Wacaholta
September 6, 1840; killed, under command of Lieut. W. K. Han-
son.
64. Horton, Gideon R., privt. Co. "B," died near Fort Heileman No-
vember 7, 1839; yellow fever.
65. Hopkins, John, privt. Co. "B," died at Picolata December 13, 1839;
disease unknown.
66. Hook, John, musn. Co. "B," died at Fort Wacahoota December 29,
3840; chronic diarrhea.
67. Haskins, Samuel, musn. Co. "C," died at Fort Micanopy July 9,
1841; inflammation of the bowels.
68. Henshall, Charles, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Wacahoota February
2, 1842; epilepsy.
69. Hubbard, Benj., privt Co. "E," died at Cadar Keys June 5, 1841;
dysentery.










174 PONCE DE LEON LAND.

' 70. Hall, Fleming, privt. Co. "H," died at Picolata September 7, 1841;
disease unknown.
71. Jones, Levi, privt. Co. "B," died at Castle Pinckney, S. C., Sep-
tember 6, 1S39; yellow fever, contracted in Florida.
72. Jenkins, John G., privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Micanopy June 5,
1841; dysentery.
73. Keefe, Patrick, privt. Co. "I," died near Micanopy May 19, 1840;
killed, being one of Lieut. Sanderson's party.
74. Kercher, Henry, privt. Co. "A," died at Cedar Keys January 9,
1842; chronic cuterites.
: 75. Keys, Patrick, privt. Co. "D," died at Picolata December 3, 1840;
cahchexia.
76. Kohl, Augustus, privt. Co. "H," died at Fort Heileman August 18,
1839; drowned. .1
77. Kelly, Hugh, privt. Co. "A," died near Fort King April 14, 1840;
shot through the body while on a scout under the command of
Lieut. Scott by an Indian on whom he was rushing.
78. Ledue, Cornelius, privt Co. "C," died at Fort Micanopy May 1,
1841; dysentery.
79. Langan, Hugh, corpl. Co. "E," died at Fort Micanopy October 31,
1840; cachexia.
80. Logan, James, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Fanning November 28,
1841; intermittent fever.
81. Lillie, Henry, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Fanning December 8,
1841; diarrhea.
82. Ludlum, George, privt Co. "E," died at Cedar Keys December 12,
1841; dysentery.
83. Lightle, Martin, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Wacasassa July 4,
1841; dysentery.
84. Long, John P., privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Brooke October 27,
1839; disease unknown.
85. Maher, James, privt. Co. "B," died netr Fora Drane March 15, 1840;
killed while escotring wagons from Fort No. 2 to Micanopy.
86. Mier. Frederick, privt. Co. "A," died near Fort King April 2S, 1841;
killed in astion under command of Capt. Rains.
87. Maxwell, Abraham, privt. Co. "I," died near Fort Micanopy May
19, 1840; killed, being one of Lieut. Sanderson's party.
88. McDonald, Alexander, privt. Co. "I," died near Fort Micanopy De-
cember 28, 1S40; killed, under command of Lieut. Sherwood.
89. McNeil, Daniel, privt. Co. "D," died near Fort Wacahoota May 17,
1842; killed.
90. Morse, Alvin, privt. Co. "A," died at Cedar Keys March 24, 1842;
disease unknown.
91. Meale. Edward, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Gatlin June 16, 1839;
congestive fever.
92. McQuay, James, privt. Co. "C," died at Fort Micanopy December
30, 1840; dysentery.
93. McCalligan, James, privt. Co. "E," died at Cedar Keys March 13,
1841; chronic diarrhea.
94. McLaughlin, Patrick, privt. Co. "E," died at Cedar Keys April 28.
1841; dysentery.











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95. Moffitt, William, privt. Co. "E," died at Pensacola Harbor Jply 1,
1842; chronic dysentery.
96. Milne, John, privt. Co. "F," died at Wort Wheelock December 15,
1840; intermittent fever.
97. Murray, John, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Wacasassa October 3,
1S811; dysentery.
98. Matthews, Thomas, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Wacasassa April
18, 1842; consumption.
99. McClelland, Robert, Co. "G," died at Picolata April 5, 1841; mania. A
100. Meeks, William, privt. Co. "IH," died at Fort Fanning March 17,
1842; disease unknown.
101. McGunnigle, John, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Brooke August 11,
1839; disease unknown.
102. McCaffrey, Patrick, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Wheelock February
22, 1841; chronic diarrhea.
103. O'Riley, Patrick, prin. musn., died near Fort Micanopy May 19,
1840; killed, being at the time one of Lieut. Sanderson's party.
As an evidence of his good conduct in that action his body was
found by the side of Lieut. S. He was a good and exemplary
soldier.
104. Okey, Samuel, musn. Co. "I," died near Fort Micanopy May 19,
1840; killed, being one of Lieut. Sanderson's party.
105. Owens, Thomas, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Heileman September
S16, 1840; congestion.
106. O'Sullivan, Patrick, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Heileman October
24, 1840; diarrhea.
107. O'Riley, William, privt. Co. "H,"died at Fort Micanopy November
28, 1842; disease unknown.
108. O'Nell, John, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Wacasassa October 6,-
1840; disease unknown.
109. Pepper, James, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Wacahoota January 26,
1842; disease unknown.
110. Prill. Frederick, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Micanopy July 20,
1841; disease unknown.
111. Perry, John, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Wheelock December 3,
1841; disease unknown,
112. Quinn, George, privt. Co. "E," died at Cedar Keys February 5,
1842; chronic euterites.
113. Riley, Ferguson, privt. Co. "B," died at Castle Pinckney, S. C.,
August 21, 1839; yellow fever, contracted in Florida.
114. Ross, James, corpl. Co. "D," died at Fort Heileman February 3,
1841; disease unknown; said 4.' have served with credit in the
1st Infantry, having been ei, .:,ed in several affairs with the
Indians.
115. Regan Michael, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Micanopy May 22,
1841; dysentery.
116. Rohrback, Philip, 1st sergL Co. "G," died at Camp Scott February
25, 1843; disease unknown.
117. Redner Alexander, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Brooke August 16,
1842;. disease unknown.
118. Rainge, Henry, privt. Co. "K," died near Savannah June 28, 1841;
disease unknown, contracted in-Florida on passage to New York.













176 PONCE DE LEoN LAND.

119. Smith, George H., 1st sergt. Co. "A," died near Fort King April
28. 1840; killed in action under command of Capt. Rains.
120. Smith, Thomas I., privt. Co. "C," died near Fort Wheelock August
13, 1840; killed while returning from escorting Asst. Surg.
Griffin to Fort Micanopy.
121. Smith, John R., privt. Co. "E," died near Fort Micanopy December
28, 1840; killed, under Lieut .Sherwood.
122. Shields, George, privt. Co. "B," died at St. Augustine January 17,
1840; killed by a falling tree, getting timbers for a breast-work.
123. Smith, Isaac, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort No. 5 June 24, 1839;
bilious fever.
124. Strong, Joseph, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Wacahoota March 13,
1842; chronic dysentery.
125. Sheridan, John, privt. Co. "H," died at Fort Micanopy August 16,
1S41; disease unknown.
126. Slinker, Joseph, privt. Co. "H," died at Fort Fanning February 16,
1842; disease unknown.
127. Shepardson, John, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Micanopy July 17,
1S41; typhoid fever.
128. Theis, George W., privt. Co. "A," died near Fort King March 24,
1S40; killed. "Was a man of excellent character."
129. Thomas, Luallen, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Heileman November
27, 1839; yellow fever.
130. Ticc, Henry, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort Wheocock December 22,
1841; bilious fever.
131. Tracy, Patrick, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Heileman September
5, 1840; congestive fever.
132. Thompson, Matthew, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Brooke November
13, 1839; fever.
133. Tinker, Sperry F., privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Micanopy August 8,
1841; typhoid fever.
134. Tucker, John, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Micanopy March 1;,
18-11; disease unknown.
135. Tighe, Martin. privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Micanopy May 37, 1841;
disease unknown.
136. Thurrell, Charles, privt, Co. "K," died at St. John's Bluff October
7, 1841; disease unknown.
137. Van Tassel, Jesse, privt. Co. "F," died at Fort Fanning May 27,
1842; of wounds received near the Suwanee river May 17, 1842.
138. Volnagle, Louis, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort No. 5 December 31,
183!'; d(ysentry.
139. Williamson, Henry, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Columbus, N. Y.,
July 30, 1839; disease unknown, contracted in Florida.
140. Wetherspoon, Peter, corpl. Co. "D," died at Fort Heileman August
30, 1840; congestive fever.
141. Williams, James C., privt. Co. "F," died at Picolata February 18,
1341; dysentery.
142. Walsh, John. privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Brooke February 17, 1840;
fall from a horse.
143. Walton, ESnea. privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Brooke July 10, 1839;
disease unknown.











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144. Wingham, Henry, privt Co. "K," died at St. John's Bluff November
24, 1841; disease unknown.

8th Regiment of Infantry.

1. Harvie, John M., 1st lieut. Co. "K," died at Cedar Key September
7, 1841; disease incident to climate and service- n Florida.
2. O'Brien, Lucius, 1st lieut. Co. "H," died at Fort Brooke January
7, 1841; disease unknown.
3. Recll, John A., 1st llelt. Co.- "I died at sea June 22, 1841; dis-
ease incident to climate and s. .vice in Florida.
S4. Wardwell, Henry, 2d lieut Co. "1)," died at sea July 21, 1841; dis-
ease incident to climate and service in Florida.

1. Bates, Henry, privt Co. "K," died at Fort Brooke September 15,
1841; disease incident to climate and service in Florida.
2. Beachler, George, privt. Co. "D," died at Cedar Keys March 21,
1842; disease incident to climate and service in Florida.
3. Bowlcs, Samuel, privt. Co. "D," died at Fort Monroe December
26, 1842; disease incident to climate and service in Florida.
4. Bowman, Lot, privt Co. "B," died at Tampa Bay May 9, 1841; dis-
ease incident to climate and service in Flodira.
5. Bromeling T. I. S., privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Brooke February 24,
1841; disease incident to climate and service in Florida.
6. Brown, John, privt Co. "D," died at sea May 11, 1841; disease in-
cident. to climate and service in Florida.
7. Buckley, Cornelius, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Columbus, N. Y.,
August 23, 1841; disease incident to climate and service in Flor-
ida.
8. Burdick, John, privt. Co. "G," died at Punta Rassa October 19,
1841; drowned on service.
9. Clews, James, sergt. Co. "A," died at Fort Brooke July 5, 1841;
disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
10. Carney. Cornelius, privt. Co. "'G," died at Fort Brooke October 25,
1841; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
11. Clarke, Cyrus, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort King November 25, 1840;
disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
12. Cooper, Thomas, privt. Co. "C," died at Pilatka October 11, 1842;
disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
13. Doane, John, sergt. Co. "I," died at Big Cypress December 20, 1841;
killed in action.
14. Dines, Charles H., prirt. Co. "K," died at Fort Brooke August 29,
1841; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
15. Ducharm, Dennis, privt. Co. "H," died at Tortugas Island May 12,
1841; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
16. Dunlap, James, corpl. Co. "D," died at Fort Brooke March 25, 1843;
disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
17. Eaglesham, William, sergL Co. "G," died at Fort Pierce May 10,'
1842; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
18. Earring, Cornelius, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Brooke January 12,
S 1841; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.












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19. Elliott, Stephen, privt. Co. "D," died at Pllatka December 10, 1842;
disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
20. Ferris, Henry, privt. Co. "D," died at sea May 32, 1841; disease in-
cident to climate and the service in Florida.
21. Frank, Lewis, privt. Co. "H," died at Fort Brooke September 29,
1841; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
22. Furor, Christian, privt Co. "I," died at Cedar Keys February 26,
1842; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida. -
23. Gibson, Robert, privt. Co. "C," died at Camp Drown May 28, 1842;
disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
24. Gill, William, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Brooke November 30,
1841; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
25. Goodman, John, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Brooke September 2,
1841; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
S2. Granter, John, privt. Co. "H," died at Fort Marion July 1, 1843;
disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
27. Harman, Hiram. privt. Co. "A," died at Cedar Keys April 11, 1842;
disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
28. Hartnett, Patrick K., privt. Co. "H," died at Camp Ogden July 17,
1841; killed in action.
29. Haney, Jesse, privt. Co. "B," died at Key West August 14, 1843;
disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
30. Haywod, Samuel, privt. Co. "C," died at Fort Wacasassa October
29, 1842; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
31. Hopping, Adin L., privt. Co. "K," died at Key West November 5,
1843; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
32. Jones, Thomas, privt. Co. "K," died at Fort Brooke September 16,
1841; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
33. Jones, Thomas, privt. Co. "E," died at Fort Brooke November 11,
1841; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
34. Kelly, Joshua, privt. Co. "B," died at Fort King June 20, 1851;
disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
35. Kingsberry, W. M., privt. Co. "K," died at Wacasassa December 22,
1842; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
36. Leopold, Joseph, sergt. Co. "A," died at Fort Brooke November 26,
1841; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
37. Lampert, Geo. C.. privt. Co. "C," died at Cedar Keys April 29, 1842;
disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
38. Lewis, John, R., privt. Co. "E," died at Cedar Keys February 26,
1841; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
39. McNamara, Patrick, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort King December 29,
1840; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
40. Mellor, James, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort King November 21, 1840;
disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
41. Merril,Martin D., privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Brooke July 7, 1841;
disease Incident to climate and the service in Florida.
42. Morris, William, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Brooke July 7, 1841;
disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
43. Morton, Thomas, privt. Co. "H," died at Fort Brooke February 9,
1842; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
44. Myer, Samuel, privt. Co. "D," died at Cedar Keys December 27,
1841; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.












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45. Melvin, John, privt. Co. "C," died at Fort King November 15, 1840;
killed by accidental discharge of a comrade's musket on service.
46. Neville, John, privt. Co. "H," died at Fort Brooke December 29,
1841; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
47. Nobles, Michael, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Brooke April 19, 1841;
disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
48. Perkins, Rufus, privt. Co. "B," died at Cedar Keys December 21,
1840; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
49. Perkins, Elon, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Fanning October 29, 1840;
drowned on service.
50. Precise, Peter, privt Co. "A," died at Fort Brooke June 16, 1841:
disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
51. Raine, William, privt. Co. "A," died at Punta Rassa September 26,
1841; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
52. Relling, Stephen, privt. Co. "A," died at Fort Brooke November 20,
1S41; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
53. Roberts, Nelson, privt. Co. "I," died at Fort Brooke July 23,
1841; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
54. Ross, James, privt Co. "H," died at Wacasassa December 4,
S1841; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
55. Rotier, Edward, privt. Co. "H," died at St. John's Bluff February 6,
1842; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
56. Schmuck, Jacob, privt Co. "K," died at Fort Brooke October 18,.
1841; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida..
57. Smith, Nathaniel, privt Co. "K," died at Fort Brooke February 18,
1841; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
58. Schwartz, Andrew, privt. Co. "C," died at Palatka August 20,
1842; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
59. Scott, Philip, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Shannon December 14,
1842; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
GO. Seward, Harvey, Sergt Co. "H," died at Wahoo Swamp February
12, 1842; killed in action.
61. Taylor, Charles, privt. Co. "C," died at Fort Brooke July 4, 1841;
disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
62. Van Nostrand, I., privt. Co. "H," died at Fort Brooke October 23,
1841; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
63. Van Patten, A., privt. Co. "H," died at Fort Brooke June 15, 1841;
disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
64. Watson, Robert, privt Co. "C," died at Fort Brooke January 2,
1841; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
65. Willard, Addison, privt Co. "K," died at Fort Brooke September 10,
1841; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
66. Webcr, John, privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Brooke September 7,
1841; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
67. Weidell, J. C. F., privt. Co. "G," died at Fort Pierce May 17, 1812;
disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
68. Wcsser, Henrick, privt Co. "A," died at Fort Brooke September
23. 1841; disease incident to cliN t o and the service in Florida.
69. Wilcox, Augustus, privt Co. "E," .ied at Palatka December 28,
1842; disease incident to climate and the service in Florida.
70. Young, Charles S., privt. Co. "K," died at St. Augustine February
20. 1842; disease incident to climate and the service In Florida.







180 I'o.S11 l)E LJox LLAD.

Recruits U. S. Army.
1. Clarke, Charles, recruit, died near Micanopy April 29, 1838; killed
by Indians.
.. Cooper, Henry, recruit, died at Picolata 1837; disease un-
known.
3. Flowers, Joel E., recruit, died at Fort Heileman March 25, 1838;
disease unknown.
4. Hosier, Alanson, recruit, died at Fort Mellon March 5, 183:;
disease unknown.
5. Henderson, R. H-. C., recruit, place of death unknown, died July 21,
1S39; killed by Indians.
G. Jeffers, John, recruit, died at Picolata April 8, 1838; disease un-
known.
7. Ludwigh, Thomas, recruit, died at Picolata -- 1837; disease
unknown.
8. McCaron, John, recruit, died at Picolata January 17, 1838; disease .
unknown.
9. Reed, Charles, recruit, died at Picolata March -, 1838; disease
unknown.
10. Wever, Charles, recruit, died near Micanopy April 29, 1838; killed-
by Indians.



Recapitulation.

Medical Staff ................................... 10
Lieutenant Colonels ............. ................ 3
Majors ....................................... .... 4
Captains .......................................... 20
Lieutenants ........................................ 37
Sergeants ................................... ... 84
Corporals ...................................... ... 57
Musicians, Artificers and privates ..................1,253

Aggregate. ..... ....... .. ........... ....... .. .. ...... 1,468















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FORT MARI, ,A., September 19, 1908.
In placing my Sixth Edition of Ponle daLeon Land for sale to the
public I thank them'for previous patronage. Have sold 26,000 copies.
They have been distributed to most parts of the world. Have been in the
Hawaii, iMidway, Guam,!Philippine Islands and Japan, since publishing
this history. Have'compared what 1 have written with what I have seen
oftother Spanish colonies and have found it practically correct. Spain
has been a world'power. Her history will last for all time. Let us hope
that in the near future shctmay regain her old prestige in a more intelligent
way, and again become one of the great nations of the world. -
Very respectfully,




Ord. Sergt. U. S. A., Retired.






SPECIAL ORDERS, 1 HEADQUARTERS OF THE ARMY,
No. 149. i A)JUTANNT (;ENEIAL'S OFFICE
IWashington, June 26, JfiO.I.
Extract.

3. By direction of the Assistant Secretary of War, Ordnance Sergeant
George iM. Brown is relieved from further duty at Fort Marion, St. Augus-
tine, Florida, and will proceed to the Presidio of San Francisco, California,
and report upon his arrival to the commanding ollicer of that post, who
will send him to Manila, Philippine Islands, on the first available transport.
Upon arrival at Manila he will report to the commanding general, Division
of the Philippines, for assignmentt to duty. It being impracticable for this
soldier to carry rations of any kind while en riute to the P'reidio of Sanl
Francisco the Subsistence Department will pay commutation of rations in
advance for the necessary number of days.
S .* '* .
BY COMMAND OF LIEUTENANT GENERAL MILES:-

-IH. 0. CORBIN,
Adjutant General,. .
Major General, U. S. ArmI .,









:-ihn .. e n. .. .f -ffijers, rzeamen and lia-ines, belonging to the

71nite States L,:. v.ho ;;ied ;hile ep.loe, in the Florida Squadron, ooerat-

ing against the Indians of Florida.
Vessel
Ko. iKame Rank Place of Death Date: of Death attached to

1. McKinley, Edward Assistant Surgeon At Sea Oct. 23, 1841 Otsego

2. ITiles, Hezekiah 1.idshipman Fort Simmons Nov. 11, 1841 Van Buren

3. Pepin, Ferdinand Act. Lt. Pensacola Oct. 27, 1838 Wave


1. Arnold, ,'illiam Landsman Everglades Dec. 2, 1841 Otsego

2. Banta, Wm. Capt.Forecastle Indian Key June 26, 1842 Madison

3. Black,Samuel P. Ordinary Seaman Indian Key Oct. 18, 1841 Flirt

4. Blodgett,Phineas Q. Gunner do. Dec. 24, 1841 Wave

5. Ferguson,Jno.A. Ordinary Seaman do. March 1, 1842 Phoenix

6. Fisher, Alfred Off. Cook do. Oct. 27, 1843 do.

7. Freair, John Landsman do. Oct. 21, 1841 Otsego

8. Goodwin, William Ordinary Seaman do. June 22, 1841 Wave

9. Grace, Thos. Seaman do. Feb. 19, 1842 do.

10. Hall, Jos. S. Quarter-master do. Feb. 2, 1842 do

11. Hogan, Daniel Landsman do. Oct. 9, 1841 Jafferson

12. Houston,James Ordinary Seaman Key Biscayne Dec. 24, 1841 Madison

13. Johnson, John Landsman At sea Oct. 2, 1841 Jefferson

14-. Kingsbury,Jerem. Master-at-Arms Fort Dallas May 17, 1842 do

15. Mo0auley,Law'nee Ordinary Seaman Indian Key Oct. 6, 1841 Flirt

16. Moran, Thomas do. Dec. 21, 1841 Phoenix

17. Netto, John Off. Stewart Pensacola Dec. 6, 1838 Wave

.. Oliver, Thomas Seaman Indian Key July 18, 1842 do

19. Pons, Lewis Ordinary Seaman do Oct. 6, 1841 Flirt

20. Riley, William Landsman At sea sept. 8, 1840 etsego








I LsLC: e Da-.e V&e.
of Death of Death Ltti-ahs t4.

21. Sellers, Thomas Seaman At sea Aug., 31,1838 eT ve

22. Thompson, Joshua Landsman Indian Key Nov. 18, 1841 Phoenix

'elf, lc: Ordinary Seaman do. v. 29, .841 do




MAR I U E S.

No. iame Rank Place Date Vessel
of Death of Death attached to.
Florida
1. Avers, John C Private Indian Key Nov. 11, 1841 Squadron

2. Cannon, David Corporal do. Sept. 14,1841 do.

3. Dunn, Frederick Musician do. Nov. 1, 1841 do.

4. Elisha, Henry Private do. Aug. 21, 1841 do.

5. Ennis, Thomas do. Nov. 28, 1841 do.

6. Gray, Robert do. Nov. 20, 1841 do.

7. Griffin, Rufus do. Jan. 16, 1842 do.

8. Kelly, Andrew do. Dec. 26, 1841 do.

9. Nicholson, John do. Dec. 22, 1841 do.

10. Pierpoint,L.D. Corporal do. Jan. 20, 1842 do.

11. Root, Joseph H. Private do. Sept. 24, 1841 do.

12. Sawyer, James B. do. Oct. 6, 1841 do.

13. Schoolcraft,Steph. do. Dec. 9, 1841 do.

14. Schultz, Jacob do. Dec. 5, 1841 do.

15. Smith, Joseph do. Oct. 6, 1841 do.

16. Walsh, Thomas At Sea July 18, 1842 Flirt

17. Williams,William Private Indian Key Dec. 16, 1841 Florida
Squadron.

The foregoing list includes all of the diseased of the Squadron in

Florida. The number of those belonging to the Squadron, who died elsewhere







I.-a~f 5-i oz ^.ppenroix;: ^<- C .:3-

(- disease contracted in Florida, cannot be ascertained. From 125 to 150

sick men were sent to the North for treatment, their cases being looked

upon, if not as hopeless, as quite incurable in Florida.

The General Hospital of the Squadron -was established on Indian Key.

All the deaths on the Key were Hospital cases.

(Signed) John T. Mclaughlin,

Commanding Naval Forces in Florida & 3.


The above was taken from page 549 of the Appendix of the History of

the Florida War, by John T, Sprague, Brevet Captain of the Eighth Regument

U. S. Infantry.































(wade)








(Page 550 of Appendix) Page 4.


A S T A T E L E IT T

Exhibiting the names of Officers, Non-commissioned Officers, Musicians,

and Privates of the United States Miarine oorps, who were killed in action,

or died of wounds received, or disease contracted during the Florida War.


No. Name Rank Co. Place of Date of Remarks.
Death Death
Hatcheluskee
1. Thomas P. Peterson Drummer B Sw'p. Jan.27, 1837 Killed in action.

2. Joel Wright Private B do. do. do.

3. Andrew Ross lst.Lieut. Fort De..11,1836 W'd Rec. Nov. 21,
Heileman 1836 in battle at
Wahoo Sw'p.
4. William Tait Or'ly E Upper Post Dec. 5, 1837 Of disease
Sgt. Sannibar
River
5. Henry Marks Sergeant A Port Brooke Nov. 9, 1836 do.

6. George King D On passage Aug. 3, 1837 do.
from Tampa
Bay to Phil.
7. Charles Pike Corporal D Tampa Bay April 14, 1838 do.

8. Matthew McKinley E April _,1838 do.

9. Daniel Brown Private D Chattahoo- Oct. 13, 1836 do.
chee River
10. John Shillingsford Private E Fort Brooke Dec. 7, 1836 do.

11. John Reardon 0 do. March 14, 1837 do.

12. Wm. W. Vancleaf D Tampa Bay Feb. 21, 1837 do.

13. Alexander Burke E Near Ft. Jan 20, 1837 do.
Armstrong
14. James O'Neil E Fort Brooke March 1, 1837 do.

I. William Steel B Black Creek Aug. 11, 1837 do.

16. John H. Durant D Fort Brooke June 29, 1837 do.









('age 550 of Appendix) Page 45.


A ST TE YM E N T continued.


No. Name Rank Co. Place of Date of Remarks.
Death Death

17. John Sweeny Private E Tampa Bay April 27, 1837 Of disease.

18. Michael Sullivan A Port Brooke July 15, 1837 do.

19. J. M. Waalfin 0 Mullet Key Aug. 22, 1837 do.
E. F.

20. Isaac Elburn D Fort Monroe Oct. 1, 1837 do.

21. William J. Henry D Fort Dulany Nov. 17, 1837 do.
E. F.

22. John Jackson D do. Nov. 22, 1837 do.

23. Richard T. Trask E Tampa Bay April 2, 1838 do.

24. John A. Perley E Fort Denaud Feb. 3, 1838 do.
E. F.

25. Thomas Fling E Columbus Sept. 11, 1836 do.



1. Daniel Cunningham Sergeant W'd in battle of Hatcheluskee Sw'p Jan.27,1837,
in both shoulders.

2. Leonard Stephens W'd in battle of "
in the thigh.

3. Peter Foley Private W'd in battle of "
in the arm.

4. John M. Sullivan W'd in battle of "
on the lip.

5. Thomas Irwin Wounded by a musket ball at Ft. Armstrong
supposed by accident.


The above taken from page 550 of the Appendix of the Florida War, by
John T. Sprague, Brevet Captain, 8th Reg. U. S. Inf.




(Wade)










T A B L E

Showing the names of Marines on Sea Service, who cied in Florida

between 1836 and 1842.


No. Name Rank Place Date of Remarks.
of Death Death

1. Thomas J. Starke Corporal St'm.Poinsett Dec. 1839


2. David Cannon Indian Key Sept. 4, 1841

3. Frederick Dunn Fifer do. Nov. 4, 1841

4. Henry Elisha Private do. Aug. 21, 1841

5. Joseph H. Root do. Sept. 24, 1841

6. James V. Sawyer do. Oct. 6, 1841 Drowned

7. Joseph Smith do. do. do.

8. James J. Ayer do. Nov. 11, 1841

9. Thomas Ennis do. Nov. 25, 1841

10. Robert Gray do Nov. 20, 1841

11. John Nicholson do. Dec. 23, 1841

12. Stephen Schoolcraft do. Dec. 9, 1841

13. Jacob Schultz do. Dec. 6, 1841

14. William Williams do. Dec. 16, 1841

15. Rufus Griffin Fort Dallas Jan. 16, 1842

16. Lorenzo D. Pierpoint do. Jan. 20, 1842

17. Jeremiah Kingsbury do. March 14, 1842

18. Thomas Walsh n Schooner Flirt July 18, 1842 At sea.


1. William Smith Act. Corpl. Wounded in a skirmish with the Indians
Jan. 6, 1841.

The above table was taken from Page 550 of the Appendix of the Florida
War, by John T. Sprague, Brevet Captain, 8th Reg. U. S. Infantry.

(Wade)
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LIST OF U. S. SOLDIERS WHO DIED AT FORT KING, FLA.
;. Between October 9th 1835 and June 29, 1842,
Interred under .the pyramids.
Page #1.
: NAME RANK COMPANY & REG. DATE OF DEATH.

Thomas McMahon, Corp. Co. 1 End U. S. Drag'ns June 4, 1840

Chandler M. Warren -^ Pvt. Co. G 2nd U. S. Drag'ns Aug. 5, 1838.

Peter W. O'Donaghey-r 4. Co. C 1st U. S. Art. Oct. 9, 1835

George Viers H usn. Co. C 1st U. S. Art. 11-3-1835

Constantine Smyth 1'-ist Lt. Co. F 2nd U. S. Art. 12/28/1835 )
Killed in action)
il a n ;"' A -
William Jones Pvt. Co. C 4th U. S. Art 6/24/1837
John Prat r~f--'I- "I- -'
John Prater Pvt. Co. C 4th U. S. Art. 9/27/1837

Calvin Austin Pvt. Co. D 2nd U. S. Inf. 2/23/1841

John Christain Pvt. Co. A 2nd U. S. Inf. 8/25/1841

S James Cassaday Pvt. Co. H 2nd U. S. Inf. 8/12/1840

Aaron Desbrough Corp Co. H 2nd U. S. Inf. 8/11/1840

Richard Fullington Pvt. Co. C. 2nd U. S. f- 8/9/1841

James Kelly Pvt. Co. E. 2nd U. S. Inf. -5/14/1841

George L, Maxwell Pvt. Co. C 2nd U. S. Inf. 2/16/1841
D. Murphy Pvt. Co. D 2nd U. S. Inf. 8/9/1840

James McClelland Pvt. Co. D 2nd U. S. Inf. 2/11/1841

James Mc Millen Pvt. Co. H 2nd U. s. Inf. 12/12/1841

Robert Mure Pvt. Co. H 2nd U S. Inf. 2/6/1842

John Reeder Pvt. Co. D 2nd U. S. Inf. 8/12/1841

Walter Thompson Pvt. Co. H 2nd U. S. Inf. 4/4/1841










LIST OF U. S. SOLDIERS WHO DIED AT PORT KING, FLA.,
Between October 9, 1835 and June 29, 1842.
Interred under the Pyramids. Page #2.

NAME RANK Company & Reg. Date of death.

Waller Cannon Pvt. Co. E 4th U. S. Inf. 2/29/1836

Charles Peter Pvt. Co. F 4th U. S. Inf. 6/29/1842

Richard Grace Pvt. Co. A 7th U. S. Inf. 5/9/1840

James Gaines Corp. Co. C 7th U. S. Inf. 10/1/1840

Charles Herring Pvt. Co. A 7th U. S. Inf. 3/24/1840

Hugh Kelly Pvt. Co. A 7th U. S. Inf. 4/14/1840

SFrederick Meir Pvt. Co. A 7th U. S. Inf. 4/28/1840

S George H. Smith 1st Sgt. Co. A 7th U, S. Inf. 4/28/1840
George W. Theis Pvt. Co, A. 7th U. S. Inf. 3/24/1840

Cyrus Clarke Pvt. Co. G 8th U. S. Inf. 11/25/1840

Jashua Kelly Pvt. Co. B 8th U. S. Inf. 6/20/1841
Patrick McMamara Pvt. Co. G. 8th U. S. Inf.c 12/29/1840

James Mellor Pvt. Co. G. 8th U. S. Inf. 11/21/1840
John Melvin Pvt. Co. C 8th U. S. Inf. 11/15/1840


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(1) THE FLORIDA WAR -- Sprague -- From the Appendix of the book.

STATEMENT

Exhibiting, by Regiments, the names of the Officers, Non-commissioned Officers; Musicians, Artificers,
and Privates of the United States Army, who were killed in action, or died of wounds received, or disc,.ses
contracted, during the late hostilities with the Florida Indians, commencing August 11, 1835, (ti.e day Awhen
Private Dalton, the express-rider, was murdered by the Indians) and ending in 1842.

First Regiment of Dragoons.

No. Name Rank Co. Place of Death Date of Death Remarks.
1. Izard, James F. 1st Lieut. Camp Izard Feb. 28, 1836 Killed in acion..,
2 Wheelock, T. B. 1st Lieut. Fort Micanopy June 15, 1836 Disease conhracted in Flor da.

Second Regiment of Dragoons.
No. Name Rank Co. Place of Death Date of Death Remarks.
1. Hamilton, Jas. W. Ist Lieut. Fort Marion Nov. 26, 1837 Disease unknown.
2. Kingsbury, Chas. E. 2d Lieut. Near Fort Mellon June 9, 1837 Fevver.
3. Lane, I. F. Captain Fort Drane Oct. 18, 1836 Disease unknown.
4. McNeil, J. W. S. 2d Lieut. Mosquito Sept. 11, 1837 Killed in action at Viosqu'.o.
-. Windea 0.* -&------ ai- Er-Shere MyenB3r dMaroh7, 04O.10.. -I-. Disease 'unknown, Contract r in
Florida.

1. Ash, William Private E. St. Augustine June 17, 1837 Disease unknown.
2. Augustanovitz, S. E F't Heileman Oct. 20, 1838 Dysenteria.
3. Aller, Wmn. N. H. Everglades Dec. 10, 1840 Killed in action.
4. Ackerman, Amen K Rou-bto Black Creek Nov. 19, 1839 Drowned.
5. Alsop, Edwin K On Steamboat June 26, 1841 Diarrhea.
6. Brown, Charles A Caloosahatchie July 23, 1839 Killed by the enemy.
7. Brewer, Frederick B Fort Heileman Dec. 27, 1839 Accidently drowned.
8. Beardslee, Alansow B Fort Reid Feb. 6, 1841 Disease unknown.
9. Bennett, John B Fort Many Dec. 31, 1841 Drowned.
10. Batherson, Jacob B Fort Many May 21, 1842 Disease unknown.
11. Backman, John C Picolata Sept. 28, 1840 do.
12. Brooks, Charles A. C St. John's Bluff Feb. 15, 1842 Dysentery.
13. Bailey, Benjamin D Fort Drane May 1, 183Q (I/S) Disease unknown.
14. Bedford, JohnXV. "D Caloosahatohie July 23, 1839 Killed in action.
15. Bodizer, Andrew E Fort Mellon April 13, 1837 Disease unknown.
16. Brown, Avery E On steamer June 4, 1837 do.
17. Bigelow, John Sergeant E Caloosahatchie July 23, 1839 Killed in action.




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(2) THE FLORIDA WAR -- Sprague-- From the Appendix.

Second Regiment of Dragoons -- Continued.
No. Name Rank Co. Place of Death Date of Death Remarks.
18. Brady, James 2d Private F Fort Brooke Aug. 9, 1841 Remittent fever.
19. Bedenham, Aqtoine(a9*"e G St. Augustine Sept. 5, 1837 Petitonitis.
20. Boling, Corndius G Fort Heileman Nov. 26, 1840 Consumption.
21. Bruce, James D. G Picolata March 6, 1841 Debility,
S22. B- u-igud, Ma~Lin Fort- Columbus-Oct. 16, 19--- Ljaw fro-diseaae-
contracted in Florida.
23. Bushman, Chas. F. H Wacassassa Feb. 10, 1840 Lost- sup. to be killed.
24. Bell, Sutherland H St. John's Bluff Sept. 11, 1841 Chronic diarrhea.
25. Brady, Philip H do. Sept. 22, 1841 Dropsy.
26. Burdricke, Andrew Corporal H Fort Gilmer March 20, 1842 Chronic dysentery.
27. Batchelor, Justin Private K Near Fort King March 27, 1840 Accidentally shot.
8. C--U--uPing bl, -A3.-- nA.Mu'--------- Fo~r o -MHenry-----May-6, 1 89 6 Diarrhea contreoted-in Fir
29. Childs, Isiac Private A Wekewa River July 29, 1840 Killed by the enemy.
30. Connelly, Patrick A Picolata Sept. 30, 1840 Dysenteria.
31. Connelly, Francis Farrier A Fort Reid Dec. 7, 1840 Diarrhea.
32. Cinamon, Samuel Private A St. John's Bluff April 27, 1841 Disease unknown.
33. Corbett, John A Between Trader's Sept. 4, 1841 Accidently killed,-
Hill, Ga., and F't thrown from his horse.
Moniac, Fla.
34. Claridge, George C N'r Cubebe Sw'mp. Aug. 24, 1839 Found dead shot.
35. Chase, Edward T. C Pilatka June 5, 1841 Remittent fever.
36. Church, Abiah D Fort Drane Aug. 1, 1836 Disease unknown.
37. Cole, John M. D St. Augustine Oct. 24, 1936 do.
38. Collins, William G Fort Shannon Feb. 13, 1841 Disease unknown.
39. Ceorey, John B. H Fort No. 4 May 4, 1840 Accidently shot by
Lt. Inge, 2d Dragoons.
40. Cook, Charles H St. John's Bluff April 7, 1841 Chronic diarrhea.
41. Clark, Josiah H. Fort Mellon July 3, 1841 do.
42. Clark, Christopher I Fort Peirce Feb. 26, 1838 Disease unknown.
43. olm.an, J 8. -I Ftrb-C-umbus u----g---- -20-5 ---- Drease nknomwn,-contract
in Florida.
44. Cary, Obed K Fort Reid Dec. 28, 1840 Disease unknowv..
45. Diggs, Miles A Newnarville Oct. 1837 do.
46. Dubois, Charles A Black Creek June 10, 1839 Debility
47. Delong, Thomas C Picolata Sept. 21, 1840 do.
48. Dunbar, John S. D Fort Drane May 16, 1836 Disease unknowv.
49. Douglass, B. IvI. G Fort Braden May 21, 1840 do.












(3) THE FLORIDA WAR -- Sprague-- From Appendix.

Second Regiment of Dragoons -- Continued.
No. Name Rank Co. Place of Death Date of Death Remarks.
50. Dantz, Francis Private G Fort Heileman Jan. 1, 1841 Fever.
51. Dougherty, James H St. John's Bluff April 24, 1841 Chronic diarrhea.
52. Durrin, Oliver H do. Oct. 15, 1841 do.
53. Doyle, Michael I Fort Fanning Apr. 14, 1840 Disease unknown.
54. Donahoo, Christoph. I Picolata Oct. 3, 1840 do.
55. Devine, James K Fort Micanopy Aug. 8, 1838 Consumption.
56. Edwards, John Corporal A Aspalago Oct. 23, 1838 Congestive fever.
57. Faulkner, Thomas B. Private B Near Garey's Oct. 6, 1837 Dysenteria
S. Ferry
58. Flaherty, Paul D Fobt Heileman July 31, 1838 Effects of heat.
59. France, John J. F St. Augustine Jan. 6, 1838 Disease unknown.
60. Ford, James Corporal F Fort Brooks July 22, 1841 Conglecis Cerebri.
61. Filipowskie, Jacob Private H Fort Reid Dec. 4, 1840 Dysenteria.
62. Ferrin, William I St. Augustine Dec. 18, 1837 Disease unknown.
63. Gross, John A Picolata Aug. 20, 1840 do.
64. Graff, George A do. April 5, 1841 ao.
65. Grant, William B Fort Micanopy Aug. 9, 1838 Debility.
66. Gibson, George G. "D St. Augustine Sept. 29, 1836 Disease unknown,
,67. Cotto, Amos GC. PD i-Ve &l-4Lv-28r-L4l .. -Chronic-di rrhe contractc : in..
Florida
68. Goulding, William F Cedar Keys Dec. 19, 1841 Chronic dysentery.
69. Grant, Charles R. G Liatanzas Bar Aug. 18, 1837 Drowned.
70. Hall, Edward M. A Picolata March 26, 1841 Dysentery, chronic.
71. Hopps, Philander B do. Aug. 31, 1840 Disease unknown,
72. Henderson, Andrew C St. John's Bluff Aug. 22, 1841 Ordinary disease.
73. Hyde, John D Near icoanopy May 20, 1836 Shot by the energy.
74. Hedge, John A. D Micanopy June 10, 1836 Died of wounds received
in action, Jan. 9, 1836.
75. Hackett, Patrick D do. July 20, 1836 Died of wounds received
in action at Welika Pond,
July 19.
76. Holmes, William D do. July 21, 1836 do.
77. Harrinpton, John D St. Augustine Sept. 7, 1836 Disease unknown,
78. Halstead,-'David D Fort Heileman Sept. 30, 1836 do.
79. Hamilton, Thomas E Fort Mellon May 4, 1837 do.
80. Hartnell, Daniel E Fort Preston June 27, 1840 Fever estrz
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(No. 4) TiE FLORIDA WAR *t Sprague -- From Appendix.

Second Regiment of Dragoons -- Continued.
No. Name Rank Co. Place of Death Date of Death Remarks.
81. -Hnd.n.. ,,e, Jh-----ri vate-- E-- F--Jesup -------- A -842---Di sease-unknown -rontraoted in 'a-.
82. Hall, Henry H. F St. John's River Oct. 2, 1840 Drowned.
83. Howard, Zepheniah G Fort Mellon June 16, 1837 Disease unknown.
84. Howland, John Corporal G Fort Brooke Jan. 30, 1839 do.
85. Hamblin, Joseph M. Private G Fort Heileman Nov. 29, 1840 Fever.
86. Heilde, William G Picolata Dec. 6, 1840 Disease unknown.
87. Henderson, William G Fort Russell Sept. 4, 1841 Ordinary disease.
88. Hendry, David H Withlacooohie Sept. 20, 1838 Drowned.
89. Jones, William B FotV Mellon Feb. 4, 1838 Disease unknown.
90. Jacobs, Samuel D St. Augustine Oct. 14, 1836 do.
91. Jacobus, John D Fort Drane July 18, 1836 Killed by the enemy.
92. Jeffs, John F Caloosahatchie July 23, 1839 Killed in action.
93. Jones, James G Fort Weeden Dec. 8, 1839. Died.
94. Johnson, Jesse G St. John's April 16, 184. Ordinary disease.
95. Jones, Isaac I Fort Macomb Oct. 19, 1841 Disease unknown.
96. Johnson, Wi. H. K Fort Butler May 23, 1839 Shot.
97. King, John H. A Fort Heileman Dec. 20, 1839 Dysenteria.
98. Kuceene, Charles A Fort Reid Nov. 21, 1840 Disease unknown.
99. Kernan, F. "D St. Augustine Sept. 29, 1836 do.
SP100 Ms--=Kan ,--Mrichpl1- "' -*p-'-"p--or-erve-e- ---i-ar-S-d7-16----- do.--contractod Flxi-da.
101. King, Benjamin F Picolata Feb. 7, 1838 Disease unknown.
102. King, Joseph R. F Fort Reid Sept. 8, 1840 Remittent fever.
103. Kenein, John A. I Picolata Dec. 6, 1840 Disease unknown.
104. Long, William H. B Tampa Nov. 22, 1839 do.
105. Lawrence, Joel B Fort Searle Feb. 10, 1840 Apoplexy.
106. Luther, Job C Tampa Bay Aug. 23, 1839 Wounds received at Caloosahatc-: .,
107. Luge, Augustus C St. John's Bluff Oct. 14, 1841 Ordinary disease.
108. Lyons, Michael "D Fort Drane July 24, 1836 Disease unknown.
109. Leddy, John F St. John's Bluff March 31, 1841 Chronic dysentery.
110. Lewis, Jacob Bugler F Fort Brooke Oct.12, 1841 Remittent fever.
111. Leman, Charles Private G. Garey's Ferry Dec. 13, 1839 Disease unknown.
112. Laney, Patrick H. Picolata March 1, 1837 Consumption.
113. Lambert, Christ'r D. H Fort Mellon July 12, 1841 Chronic diarrhea.
114. Laforce, William I Tampa Bay Aug. 10, 1840 do.
115. McDonald, Otho W. A Fort Gilliland April 18, 1837 Disease unkno-m.
116. McDonald, Mich'l A Black Creek June 19, 1839 do.
117. Mullen, Arthur B Tampa Nov. 27, 1839 do.











(No.5) THE FLORIDA WAR -- Sprague -- From Appendix.

Second Regiment of Dragoons -- Continued.
No. Name Rank Co. Place of Death Date of Death Remarks
118. Miller, William Private C. Picolata Dec. 7, 1840 Influenza.
119. Merrill, Hiram C St. Johns Bluff Feb. 18, 1842 Dysentery.
120. Mentz, Anton D St. Augustine Aug. 27, 183G Disease unknown.
121. McDonald, Wm. D Fort Heileman Oct. 25, 1836 do.
122. Myers, Simeon D Tampa Bay June 10, 1836 do.
123. Martin, Thomas D Tampa Bay Nov. 21, 183( do.
124. McCabe, Richard D Cedar Keys Nov. 29, 1841 Dysentery.
125. Miller, Charles E Fort Mellon Feb. 3, 1858 Disease unknown
126. Martin, George F. F-E Port 0Col~.-..u Ja, ,r-1841 ----Dysent.-a-oontracoted- n Flori d: ,
127. Mee, Edward "F Caloosahatchie July 23, 1839 Killed in action.
128. MoCraith, John K. F Pilatka Dec. 28, 1840 Debility.
129. Mitchell, John F Fort Reid Feb. 16, 1841 Dysenteria.
130. McKeggen, John F St. John's Bluff April 3, 1841 Chronic dysentery.
131. Monahan, John F Fort Brooke Jan. 4, 1842 Diarrhea.
132. McCourt, John G Fort Sherrard May 4, 1839 Disease unknown.
133. Marks, Albert "G Fort Heileman Sept. 16, 184o do.
134. Margen, Simeon "G Cedar Keys Nov. 4, 1840 Dysenteria.
135. Martar, Jacob G Fort Heileman Jan 5, 1841 Consumption.
136. Morris, Evan I Newnansville June 3, 1837 Drovmed.
137. McMahon, Tho's Corporal I Fort King June 4, 1840 Consumption.
138. Mixter, Lorenzo D. Private K St. Augustine Feb. 28, 1838 do.
139. McPherson, Dan'l K Fort Reid Jan 7, 1841 Diarrhea.
140. MEcMahon, Roger K Deynaud Nov. 18, 1841 Debl'lity.
141. Nicholas, Horace C Caloosahatohie July 23, 1839 Killed by the enemy.
142. Napier, James A. Sergeant D Fort Peyton Dec. 9, 1839 Fever.
143. Norton, Win. P. Corporal F Fort Norton Aug. 16, 1838 Shot by Indians.
144. Niles, Arthur Private F Fort Reid Feb. 10, 1841 Dysenteria.
145. Nolan, Edward G Fort Russell Sept. 10, 1841 Ordinary disease.
146. Newell, George H. Sumannee Springs May I1, 1842 Killed by a citizen.
147. Ninebar, Henry I Picolata Nov. 5, 1849 Diarrhea.
148. Ott, Sigmund F St. Augustine July 4, 1837 Disease unknown.
149. Pheiffer, Henry W. B Garey's Ferry Oct. 11, 1840 Debility.
150. Penson, Christian "B Fort Reid Feb. 10, 1841 Diarrhea.
151. Peters, Charles "D Fort Mellon Feb. 12, 1838 General decay.
t ..P2 John-" -601MB- Frt second e, 'Ga-. -Epb-4F-14-----yseo ent ery--contacte@-in-Flori ia
1f5, Pearce, fMerrc- '-- ------F-- n-beboard-Vranspori---t-u3y-4:- 838----onsumption....
1- -4 -Pa-int-r, So muel "i Cost Vickney, -. J. 1i8, i---Dnno a -in ior-id .
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(No.6) THE FLORIDA WAR -- Sprague -- From Appendix.

Second Regiment of Dragoons, -- Continued.
No. Name Rank Co. Place of Death Date of Death Remarks.
155. Pratt, Joseph Private I Micanopy Oct. 21, 1837 Disease unknown.
156. Proctor, Edward I Fort White Aug. 9, 1838 Mortification of leg.
157. Purdy, John K Fort Heileman Aug. 24, 1840 Chronic diarrhea.
158. Runyon Matt'l L. B Fort Reid Oct. 10, 1940 Diarrhea.
.19. .Ri.ha rdeen, Dc n'lB ...Bw -r .... --Ag-I. ,,---.ongee-i 'e- r, -.comr: N n-tr'" In
Florida.
160. Roberts, James E Ocklocknee River Feb. 28, 1840 Accidently killed.
161. Redmond, Dennis "F Fort Brooke Sept. 13. 1841 Affection oC the liver.
162. Rawson, John W. Corporal G Fort Mellon May 8, 1837 Dysentery.
163. Ray, George Private K Fort White June 16, 1842 Congestive fever.
164. Stansbury, John A Tampa Bay Oct. 18, 1838 Consumption.
165. Stephens, Thomas A Pilatka May 11, 1841 Disease unknown.
166. Smith, William A Fort Shannon Aug. 4, 1841 do.
167. Smither, William B Near Fort Jupiter Apr. 10, 1838 Dysentery.
168. Saltzman, Jacob B Picolata Nov. 22, 1840 Diarrhea.
169. Simmons, Job Sergeant C Caloosahatchie July 23, 1839 Killed by the enrmy.
170. Steele, Charles G. Musician C St. John's Bluff Aug. 26, 1841 Ordinary disease.
171. Smart, Warren Private C St. John's Bluff Jan. 6, 1842 Dysentery.
---Spear- 8 -seph------ "----- ---D--..Fort..-onroe---......- Aug.- 20, 1841 Chronio-diearhen, contrat-`"', n
Florida.
-175. --Spar~ Jaum- W. -- -----"-attq D -Ba n--Rouge --- -Dec 22, 1841--,. Intermittent fever, do,
174. Shefner, George E St. Augustine July 6, 1837 Disease unknown.
175. Stephenson, Isaac Corporal E Fort Peyton Nov. 14, 1837 do.
-16-.--Btran geE-; --hn-W ---Pr-ivate-E---Fort Hamilton-- --Novt 17, 18377- do. ,-contraebed in Florid-
177. Smith, Clark E Fort Mellon Feb. 6, 1838 Disease unknown.
178. Smith, John E Fort Peyton March 29, 1840. Accidently drowned.
-17. --Sheridatn-Edard-- -----------ort-Henderson,-Ga.--June--24, 1841- Haemoragia. --
180. Sibolski, Jacob F Fort Shannon June 2, 1839 Dysenteria.
181. Shutte, Andrias G Matanzas Bar Aug. 18, 1837 Drowned.
182. Seibel, Henry G Matanzas Bar Aug. 18, 1837 Drowned.
183. Slean, James G. Picolata Sept. 17, 1838 Dysenteria.
184 --haffrer, J --u ----- or- b-JipFeb"-19, -384 ---Dis.-unknnov-uoont' in Flori la.
185. Sabine, George J. H Fort Mellon May 15, 1837 Cholera spasmodica.
186. Squire, Edison H Picolata Feb. 17, 1841 Disease unknown.
187. Smith, Henry I Key West Sept. 16, 1840 Chronic Diarrhea.
188. Stankel, Nicholas K Black Creek May 27, 1838 Dysenteria.
189. Stringer, James K do. Nov. 22, 1840 Diarrhea.
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(No.7) 'THE FLORIDA WAR Sprague -- From Appendix.

Second Regiment of Dragoons, -Continued.
No. Name Rank Co. Place of Death Date of Death remarks.
190. Spencer, John Private K St. John's Bluff Feb. 12, 1842 Chronic dysentery.
191. Tippett, William A St. Augustine March 10, 1837 Disease unknowm.
192. Taylor, George B Fort Reid Oct. 8, 1840 do.
193. T* Meek -W -------------------Fort-Jesup-----------Feb-27 1842----Dropsy, Cont. in-F orida,
194. Thompson, Robert F Caloosahatchie July 23, 1839 Killed in action.
195. Thieleman, Gustave H Picolata Jan. 4, 1841 Chronic diarrhea.
196. Troutman, Alois I At sea Oct. 24, 1840 Consumption.
197. Van Tassell, Dan'l B Picolata Sept. 6, 1840 Disease unkno.n.
198. Vervalen, Vim. C. H Fort Fanning Aug. 5, 1840 Congestive fever
199. Willis, James Q.M.Sergeant Fort Heileman Oct. 28, 1840 Disease y~ b/'
200. Webb, James Farrier A St. Augustine 7ay 29, 1838 Disease uMnkown.
201. Woloott, Cyrus Sergeant C Hanson's Farm Oct. 28, 1840 Accidently killed.
202. Winn, Timothy Private D Fort Drane June 19, 1836 Disease unknown.
205. Wilcox, Abdrew E Fort Mellon Feb. 3, 1838 do.
204. White, Richard F Caloosahatchie July 23, 1839 Killed in action.
205. White, John F Unknown Nov. 15, 1839 Disease unknown.
206. Warren, Chand'r M. G Fort King Aug. 5, 1838 Congestive fever.
207. White, Thomas G Picolata Jan. 8, 1841 Intermittent fever.
208. Wood, James I Fort Brooke Oct. 30, 1849 Disease unknown.
209. Wagner, William K Pilatka Sept. 21, 1841 do.
210. Wandell, Aug's R. K Near Piloklikapah April 19, 1842 Iilled in action b\ Indians.
211. York, David D unknown April 1st, 1836 Died of wounds received in action
at Withlacoochie March 31.
212. Young, James D Fort Drane April 25, 1836 Disease unknown.

1. Tintel, Ferdinand Drag. Rec. Fort Mellon April 29, 1838 Disease unknown.






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(NO.8) THE FLORIDA WAR -- Sprague -- From the Appendix of the book.

First Regiment of Artillery.
No. Name Rank Co. Place of Death Date of Death Remarks.
1. Gates, Lemuel Captain C Micanopy Aug. 6, 1836. Disease unknown.


1. Brady, John Private A Picolata N May 22, 1836 Disease unknovm.
2. Bolles, John A do. June 7, 1836. Disease unknown.
3. Baader, Karl F. Fort Drane July 19, 1836 Fever.
4. Brittingham, Sam'l E Near Garey's Ferry Sept. 1, 1836 Fever.
5. Bleeker, Abraham F St. Augustine Oct. 9, 1836 Fever.
6. Benner, John M. F Black Creek Oct. 26, 1836 Fever.
7. Burridge, Thomas F St. Augustine Feb. 10, 1838 Consumption.
8. Chamberlain, Moses Sergeant H Key West Aug. 5, 1836 Disease unknown.
9. Connolly, Robert Private G St. Augustine Nov. 15, 1836 Fever.
10. Campbell, Patrick C Fort Heileman Dec. 12, 1836 Pleurisy.
11. Coates, C. C. F St. Augustine Jan. 20, 1838 Disease unknown.
12. Collins, James J Miami River March 31, 1838 Inflammation of bowels.
13. Collins, Daniel F Fort Pierce Feb. 12, 1838 Disease unknown.
14. Curry, James. A Picolata April 22, 1838 do.
15. Durley, Thomas F Tampa Bay Aug. 25, 1837 Fever.
16. Eastman, Calvin B. Artificer B Mullet Key July 30, 1837 Disease unknown.
17. Foley, William Private F Near Tamp.'Bay June 3, 1837 Fever.
18. Fullerton, A. W. I Jupiter Creek Jan. 15, 1838 Killed in action.
19. Gardner, Robert Sergeant G St. Augustine May 30, 1836 Fever.
20. Griffith, Benjamin E Wahoo Swamp Nov. 21, 1836 Killed in action.
21. Harris, William Private B Fort Drane April 2, 1836 Disease unknown.
22. Hill, Robert B Fort Gilliland June 20, 1836 do.
23. Hamilton, John "F Picolata April 21, 1836 Fever.
24. Hubbard, James Sergeant H Near Micanopy Aug. 27, 1836 Fever.
25. Hardy, Daniel Private H St. Augustine Aug. 20, 1836 Fever.
_) 26. Harris, John C yd. Sept. 6, 1836. leasles.
iaR^A)427. Horane, John t A Tampa Bay Nov. 9, 1836 Disease unknown.
fI^iAg)4 28. Henlihan, Cornelius I Fort Brooke Dec. 27, 1836 do.
29. Hickey, William B ? .. do. Dec. 1, 1837 do.
30. Haggerty, Daniel A Near Fort Prince Jan. 3, 1838 do.
31. Humphrey, M. L. I Jupiter River Jan 14, 1838 Inflammation of brain.
32. Ingles, William H Fort Brooke June 12, 1836 Disease unknown.
33. Jones, John I Lake Thlonotosassa E.T. June 7, 1837 Intermittent fever.










(No.9) THE FLORIDA WAR -- Sprague -- From Appendix.

First Regiment of Artillery, Continued.
No. Name Rank Co. Place of Death Date of Death Remarks.
34. Johnson, Augusthia Corporal C St. Augustine June 4, 1838 Died of wounds.
35. Kelly, Elias Private I Fort Dade March 2, 1837 Disease unknown.
36. Kepler, Jacob I Jupiter Creek Jan. 15, 1838 Killed in action.
37. Lynch, James Sergeant B En route to Picolata March 2, 1836 Killed accidently.
38. Lomer, William Private H St. Augustine Sept. 4, 1836 Disease unknown.
39. Lawler, Charles C Fort Heileman Dec. 4, 1836 Dysentery.
40. Moody, James W. C Fort Drane Jan 8, 1836 Wounds at battle of Withlacooclee,
Dec. 31, 1835.
41. Noorman Henry "" F do. June 19, 1836 Fever.
42. Mayfield, Benjamin F Garyy's Ferry June 18, 1836 do.
43. Morris, Isaac Corporal H Fort Brooke Sept. 3, 1836 Disease unknovn.
44. Miles, Thomas Private C St. Augustine Oct. 14, 1836 Debility.
45. Meade, William B Fort Brooke Nov. 4, 1837 Disease unknown.
46. Mills, John H. G St. Augustine March 22, 1838 Dysentery.
47. Nash, Samuel F Fort Drane June 15, 1836 Fever.
48. O'Donaghey, P. W. C Fort King Oct. 9, 1835 Disease unknown.
49. O'Neile, John G St. Augustine Oct. 23, 1836 Disease unknonm.
50. Runyon, John Sergeant D En route to Florida. Feb. 27, 1836 Killed accidently.
51. Robinson, George Private C St. Augustine Oct. 14, 1836 Fever.
52. Sharpe, Thomas D Near St. Joseph's May 8, 1836 Killed in action.
53. Shay, Michael B Garey's Ferry July 7, 1836 Bilious fever.
54. Sherry, John G St. Augustine July 28, 1836 Inflammation of liver.
55. Sykes, Richard G Fort Drane Aug. 21, 1836 Killed in action.
56. Schroeder, Conrad B St. Augustine Sept. 25, 1836 Dropsy.
57. Stone, E. P. F do. Dec. 31, 1836 Fever.
58. Smith, Thomas E Fort Brooke Aug. 17, 1837 Disease unknown.
59. Shearlock, James C St. Augustine Sept. 8, 1837 do.
60. Smith, John C Fort Marion Dec. 22, 1837 do.
61. Viars, George Musician C Fort King Nov. 23, 1835 do.
62. Williams, John 1st, Sergeant D Fort Marion April 5, 1836 Shot by Private S. Wright.
63. Wilson, George Private H. Picolata June 23, 1836 Disease unknown.
64. Waggott, John Corporal H St. Augustine Aug. 22, 1836 Fever.
65. Yerby, Charles T. Sergeant F do. Nov. 25, 1837 Pneumonia.




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(10) THE FLORIDA WAR --Sprague -- From the Appendix of the book.

Second Regiment of Artillery.
No. Name Rank Co. Place of Death Date of Death Remarks.
1. Adams, Tho's B. 1st Lieut. H Fort Dade Dec. 14, 1837 Remittent fever.
2. Basinger, W. E. 2d Lieut. C Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
3. -Chamibiexr, j7UtVI A. "pb-- -l-- B- B&ati-me --Dee--lv4;--1838-Disease-unknowrlr-eonbraoted-in rla-.e-
4. Gardiner, G. W. C Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
5. Heileman, Julius F. Major and June 27, 1836 Disease unknown.
Bt. Lt. Col. Fort Drane
6. Hendeorsenn,r E-j c--- 4-A-W----E--Washngton-Gity--..'---. July-4-1836-- do.,contracted in-Florida.
7. Henderson, R. Bt.2e,Lt. C Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
8. Mellon, Charles Captain C Lake Monroe Feb. 8, 1837 Do.
9. Smyth, Constantine 1st Lieut. F Near Fort King Dec. 28, 1835. Killed by the Indians.


1. Atkinson, James Corporal G Fort Brooke Oct. 14, 1836 Inflammation of brain.
2. Allender, John Private F Wahoo Swamp Nov. 21, 1836 Killed in action.
3. Belton, Edward B Dade's Massecre Dec. 28, 1835 do.
4. Black, William C do. do. do.
#fof -45. Burke, Richard C do. do. do.
6. Barton, Rufus C do. do. do.
7. Bogen, Owen C do. do. do.
8. Bowen, Rich'd R. H do. do. do.
9. Brondan, Henry H do. do. do.
10. Barr, John F Fort Heileman June 3, 1837 Disease unknown.
11. Byrne, John B Fort Foster March 8, 1838 Typhue fever.
12. Brady, Daniel G Fort Clinch March 20, 1838 Killed by the Indians.
13. Cooper, Philip Sergeant C Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
14. Clark, Nicholas Corporal C do. do. do.
15. Carney, William Musician C do. do. do.
16. Craig, John Private H do. do. do.
17. Cusack, Nicholas E Fort Marion Sept. 23, 1836 Disease unknown.
18. Collins, Edward F Volusia Nov. 18, 1836 do.
19. DeCourcey, Edw'd B Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
20. Dunlap, James Corporal C do. do. do.
21. Davis, Thomas Private C do. do. do.
22. Dunn, Francis Sergeant A Camp Izard Feb. 29, 1836 do.
23. DeGraff, Peter Private E Wahoo Swamp Nov. 21, 1836 do.
24. Davis, 1Vn. P. Corporal G Fort Clinch May 20, 1828 Killed by the Indians,
25. Ellsworth, John Private A Fort Pike April 17, 1838 Dropsy.
26. Foley, Dennis H Fort Brooke April 25, 1836 Chronic dysentery.
27. Frams, Engleman E Garey's Ferry April 14, 1036 Disease unknownn/ .











(No.11) THE FLORIDA WAR -- Sprague -- From the Appendix.

Second Regiment of Artillery continued.
No. Name Rank Co. Place of Death Date of Death Remarks.
28. Franklin, Daniel Musician C Fort Peyton July 13, 1837 Consumption.
29. Fortune, Patrick Private D Fort Marion April 29, 1838 Disease unknown.
30. Green, Robert C Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
31. Grant, Isaac C. C do. do. da.
32. Gillet, Alpheus C do. do. do.
33. Gordon, Joseph Private B Fort Foster Jan. 26, 1838 Disease unknown.
34. Gardner, Warren F Fort Hanson Feb. 27, 1838 Consumption.
35. Hood, John 1st. Serg't C Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
360 Heck, Charles T. Musician C do. do. do.
37. Howard, George Artificer C do. do. do.
38. Halter, John Private C do. do. do.
39. Hurley, John 0 do. do. do.
40. Holmes, William C do. do. do.
41. Hill, Cornelius C do. do. do.
42. Hanahan, Timothy H Fort Brooke April 16, 1836 Gastritis.
43. Holmes, James F Bort Drane May 3, 1836 Disease unknown.
44. Hall, Tristram P. Musician D Fort Peyton Sept. 20, 1837 do.
45. Hawk, William Private B Fort Foster Oct. 31, 1837 do.
46. Hicks, Nathaniel I Fort Frazier March 14, 1838 Run over by a wagon.
47. Holland, John G Fort Clinch May 20, 1838 Killed by the Indians.
48. Jewell, Daniel C Fort Piokens Sept. 24, 1835 Bilious fever.
49. Jewell, Aaron C Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
50. Jones, John B Fort Foster Dec. 17, 1837 Disease unknown.
51. Kenny, Michael B Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
52. Knarr, Thomas C do. db. do.
53. Keirns, John H do. do. do.
54. King, James F Volusia Nov. 8, 1836 Disease unknown.
55. -Ketll, Jn A------- --Frt-Pie---- ---Marh9,--1838- -Disease unknovm, contracted in Fl.
56. Laughlin, Anthony B Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
57. Lovis, John Sergeant C Do. do. do.
58. Larkens, James Private C Fort Mellon March 3, 1837 Disease unknown.
59. Larkins, Patrick G Fort Clinch May 14, 1838 Drowned in the W"ithlacoochie.
60. McCartney, John B Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
61. McWiggin, John B do. do. do.
62. McDonald, James B do. do. do.
63. Mulvahal, Robert C do. do. do.
64. McMee,Hugh H do. do. do.
65. McGrew, William Artificer F do. do. do.
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(No.12) THE FLORIDA WAR -- Sprague -- From the Appendix.

Second Regiment of Artillery, continued.
No. Name Rank Co. Place of Death Date of Death Remarks.
66. McFeeley, James Private D Garey's Ferry May 9, 1836 Hepatitis.
67. Mackay, James F On march from Ft.
(Me.VN y) DBane to Picolata. July 25, 1836 Disease unknown.
68. Icx Eiery, Hugh E Fort Heileman Oct. 24, 1837 Do.
69. Miller, John H Fort Brooke Oct. 12, 1837 Scurvy.
70. Morely, Samuel C New Smyrna Oct. 31, 1837 Disease unknown.
71. Neely, William C Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
72. Peery, Hugh B do. do. do.
73. Patten, John A. Private H do. do. do.
74. Philips, Reuben H do. do. do.
75. Paddy, James G Fort Brooke Jan. 15, 1836 Tetanus.
76. Pockman, Gideon Corporal D Fort Marion Nov. 6, 1836 Disease unknown.
77. Power, James G Fort Brooke May 7, 1837 Drowned.
78. Percy, Robert H do. Sept. 19, 1837 Dysentery and scurvy.
79. Rooney, Patrick B Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
80. Ryan, Michael Corporal C do. do. do.
81. Robertson, William Private C do. do. do.
82. Rafferty, Patrick C do. do. do.
83. Reilly,, John C do. dol do.
84. Rodman, Robert F Fort Dade Feb. 1, 1837 Disease unkhovm.
85. Roache, William E Fort Heileman Dec. 27, 1837 Consumption.
86. Savin, Thomas Sergeant C Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
87. Schneider, Casper Private C do. do. do.
88. Schearecker, Andrew D Ft. Drane do. do.
89. Scanlan, John E Garey's Ferry Aug. 5, 1836 Disease unknown.
90. Scofield, John E Fort Marion Sept. 10, 1836 do.
91. Sands, Hamilton A Fort Brooke July 24, 1837 do.
92. Scennet, Stephen I Fort Frazier Oct. 16, 1837 Drowned.
93. Streeter, Joseph E Fort Heileman Dec. 16, 1837 Accidently shot.
94. Taylor, William C Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
95. Taylor, Isaac C do. do. do.
96. Taylor, Hiram H do. do. do.
97. Thornton, Thomas H do. do. do.
98. Tracy, Trueman F Withlacoochie March 21, 1836 Disease unknown.
99. Taylor, Whiteside G Fort Brooke July 17, 1837 Drowned.
100. Wilson, Joseph C Dade' s Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
101. Worcester, Oriville, C do. do. do.
102. Wright, William H do. do. do.
103. Wood, Thomas M. A Fort Brooke Dec. 3, 1835 Effectd of cold.
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SOLDIER S OF INDIANI ARS (1830 period) BURIED IN PICOLATA CETEY.


Name Rank Date Regiment

John Backman Private Sept. 28th, 1840 2nd Dragoon
James Bruce Mar 6th, 1841
Patrick Conelly Sept. 30, 1840
Thos. DeLong, Sept. 21st,1840 -
Chris Donahoo Oct. 3rd, 1840
*.John Gross Aug. 20th, 1840
Geo. Graff -April 5th, 1841
Edmund Hall March 26th, 1841
Philander Hopps Aug. 51st 1841 -
William Heilde, 9 Dec. 6th, 1840 -
John Kencin Dec. 6th, 1840
Patrick Laney March 1st, 1857 '
Henry Ninebar Nov. 4th, 1840 -
Jacob Salzman Nov. 22nd, 1840 -
Edgar Squires Feb. 17th, 1841
Gustave Thielman Jan. 4th, 1841
Daniel Van Tassel Sept. 6th, 1840
Thomas White Jan 8th, 1841

FIRST': EGIEliT ARTILLERY
John Brady, Private May 22nd, 1856
James Curry pril 22nd 1838
SJohn Hamilton April 21st, 1836
Geo. Wilson June 23rd 1836

THIB~ REGI1rEN ARTILLERY
H. Garner, Captain Oct. 23rd 1841
John Brinton Sergt. April 7th 1839
Henry Colcazin Private Aug. 1st 1840
John Cain Dec. 20, 1840
H. S. Handy, Sergt. Dec. 23rd, -..- 1838
Edard IIollcand. Pvt. 'April 28th, 1838
Jacob ..Lick No v. 14th 1841
John McGuire Dec. 23rd, 1838
J. ~cCormick, Jan. 1st 1839
like Riley, Oct. 1st 1841
F. Linthmilike Jan. llth 1839
L. Vanderkloss, Jan. 18th 1839
Richard Yarnell Jan. 19th, 1838

o-UTH iGc-ina.T ARTILLERY
James -iyan, Private Jan. 19th 1838
iilliam Bond, Jan 31st, 1838
Henry Yell Sept. 1st, 1838

S RGILThi I' FATITRY.
John Boland Private. April 14th, 1838
Thonan Crok:er Priva; Dec. 7th, 1837
martin lcPher-on Friv-ate :iov. 26th, 1840




*' P .-b"- /:vs 2"riv<;>, e Dec. rd, 1840




-ruce
Patrick Conelly Sept. 30, 1840
Thos. DeLong, Sept. 21st,1840
Chris Donahoo Oct. Ord, 1840
John Gross Aug. 20th, 1840
Geo. Graff April 5th, 1841
Edmund Hall iarch 26th, 1841
Philander Hopps Aug. 5lst 1841
William Heilde, Dec. 6th, 1840
John Iencin Dec. 6th, 1840
Patrick Laney larch 1st, 1857 '
Henry Ninebar Nov. 4th, 1840
Jacob Salzman Nov. 22nd, 1840
Edgar Squires Feb. 17th, 1841
Gustave Thielman Jan. 4th, 1841
Daniel Van Tassel Sept. 6th,.1840
Thomas White Jan 8th, 1841

FIRST REGIIET AfRTILLERY
John 3rady, Privaue Hay 22nd, 1836
James Curry t April 22nd 1838
John Hamilton April 21st, 1856
Geo. \ilson June 25rd 1836

THII REGII.7TE ARTILLERY
H. Garner, Captain Oct. 23rd 1841
John Brinton Se:gt. April 7th 1839
Henry Colcazin Private Aug. 1st 1840
John Cain Dec. 20, 1840
H. S. Handy, Sergt. Dec. 23rd, 1858
Ed.ward Holland Pvt. April 28th, 1858
Jacob Lick ov. 14th 1841
John ::cGuire Dec. 53rd, 1858
J. 1HcCormick, Jan. 1st 1859
Mike Riley, Oct. 1st 1841
F. Linthmilike Jan. llth 1859
L. Vanderkloss, Jan. 18th 1859
Richard Yarnell Jan. 19th, 1858

FOU.J2H 3i..cr:i!"2 ARTILIiTRY
James Ryan, Private Jan. 19th 1838
Villiam 3ond, Jan 51st, 1858
Henry Yell Sept. 1st, 1858

SECOND LGILQI~ iYAJETRY.
John Boland Private. April 14th, 1858
Thoman Croher Pri7. ec. 7th, 1837
I1artin licPherson rirvate lTov. 26th, 1840
John Yeeden, private Oct. 31st 1840


Henry Hall Pri-ate supt. 7th, 1641
Patrick TAY s ~-''" ... ."- '.',L Z '!"
Robert ticClelland April 5th, 1841
James W'illiams Feb. 18th 1841

John Jeffries _ril 8th, 188i
Thos. Luacui, lay iJ'h, 18'7
John :cCuron J:nn. 17th 1038
Ch.arles leed. ,

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