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Title: Florida militia muster rolls, Seminole Indian Wars
Series Title: Special archives publication
Alternate Title: Muster rolls, Florida Indian Wars
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Physical Description: v. : ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Dept. of Military Affairs
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Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Publication Date: [198--]
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Subject: Seminole War, 2nd, 1835-1842 -- Registers   ( lcsh )
Seminole War, 3rd, 1855-1858   ( lcsh )
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VOL. 2
FLORIDA MILITIA MUSTER ROLLS
SEMINOLE INDIAN WARS


State Arsenal
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Barracks
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Florida









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




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The special Archives Publication Series of the Historical
Services Division are produced as a service to Florida
communities, historians, and to any other individuals, historical
or geneological societies, and national or regional governmental
agencies which find the information contained herein of use or
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the efforts of the Florida National Guard Historical Foundation
Inc.

Information about the series is available from the Historical
Services Division, Department of Military Affairs, State Arsenal,
St. Augustine, Florida.


Robert Hawk
Director















































This series of the Florida Indian Wars Militia Muster Roles has
been produced through the courtesy of the Jacksonville
Genealogical Society. The Historical Services Division of the
Florida Department of Military Affairs provided the photostatic
copies of the original muster roles and individual members of the
Jacksonville Genealogical Society laboriously transcribed the
information contained therein and later, proofed and typed them.
They have been accorded the right to produce these lists in book
form for commercial sale.

The Department would like to express its deepest appreciation to
the Society for their willingness to help us provide this
important historical material to the widest possible audience.


Robert Hawk
Director









MUSTER ROLLS, FLORIDA INDIAN WARS

VOLUME 2, PP 1-2-3-4

Muster Roll of Lt. John Addison's Company of the 1st Detachment of the Florida
Mounted Volunteers cammanded by 1st Lieut. John Addison, ordered into service
of the United States frma the 7th Day of April 1856 to the 7th Day of October
1856.

NOTE: On 7 Oct. 1856 at Manatee, Fla., Lieut. Addison certified "on
honor" that a true muster of the company was made and that the valuation of all
horses and horse equipment since the muster was made by disinterested and good
judges and at fair and just rates. On same date and place, Jesse Carter, Spec-
ial Agent & Mustering Officer, certified that he had "minutely inspected the
Canpany..."; that all allowances, stoppages and remarks were "justly and pro-
perly stated" and "honorably discharged" the camapny frma the service of the
State of Florida. All men, except as noted below, were enrolled at Manatee,
Fla.

1. John ADDISON, Ist Lt., age not stated, Canmanding Canpany.
1. James OONLIFFE, 2d Lt., age not stated.

1. David N. TOWNSEND, 1st Sgt., age 27.
2. Gorman H. WYATT, Sgt., age 28.
3. Cotton B. RAWLS, Sgt., age not stated.

1. William H. WHITAKER, Corpl., age 35.
2. John A. ADDISON, Corpl., age 30.
3. Willian H. VANDERIPE, Corpl., age 22.

1. William ADDISON, Bugler, age 35.
2. David J. ADDISON, B.F., age 32.

PRIVATES

1. ADDISON, Joel, J., age 23. 19. GODDARD, Asa K., age 45
2. ATZROTH, Joseph, age 45. 20. HARRISON, William H., age 23.
3. BEGGS, John, age 33. 21. HAWKINS, Daniel L., age 35.
4. BRADEN, Joseph A., age ? 22. HUNTER, Nathaniel P., age ?
5. BRANCH, Franklin, age ? 23. JOHNSTON, William H., age 45.
appt. Co. Surgeon 4/8/1756. 24. JOHNSTON, Levin P., age ?
6. CHAIRES, Furman, age ?. 25. KENNEDY, George R., age 45.
7. CLARK, Henry A., age 21 26. LEE, Edmund, age 45.
8. COLE, Richard B., age ? 27. MANN, Edward, age 43.
9. COLLINS, George W., age ? 28. McLEAN, John, age 45.
10. OONLIFF, James, age ?, elec- 29. McNEIL, Archibald, age ?
ted 2d Lt. 4/8/1856. 30. MINCH, John C., age 45.
11. CRAWFORD, Christopher, age 45. 31. McMILLAN, Daniel, age 45.
12 CRAIG, John, age 42. 32. MATSKER, George, age ?
13. GATIS, Joseph, age 45. 33. OGLESBY, Benjamin, age 25.
14. GARRERO, Michael, age 35. 34. OGLESBY, George W., age 23.
15. GIBSON, Jesse G., age 29. 35. PETERSON, Christian, age ?
16. GILLEY, William T., age 25. 36. PETERSON, Henry, age ?
17. GLAZIER, Ezekiel, age 41. 37. RAWLS, William A.L., age ?
18. GLAZIER, James A., age 18. 38. SNELL, Hamlin V., age ?









VOL. 2, PP 1-2, PRIVATES, Cont'd

39. VANDERIPE, James, age 18.
40. WEAVER, Albert, age ?
41. WILLIAMS, James G., age 33.
42. WOODRUFF, Joseph, age 43.
43. WYATT, William H., age 38.

The following Privates were enrolled at Tallahassee, Fla., and mustered
into service at Tampa, Fla.

44. ALLEN, Joeph Irwin, age 28.
45. BARROW, Reubewn T. B., age 26.
46. BARROW, John, R. W., age 19.
47. DUGGERS, Isaac L., age 23.
48. GASPET?, Rudolphus, age 32.
49. JOHNSON, Joshua M., age 20.
50. REDD, David D., age 25.
51. REDD, Isaac A., age 19.

NOTE: PP 3-4 were not copied because they are identical in every respect.,
to those on pp 1-2.


VOLUME 2, PP 5-6

Muster Roll of 1st Lt. Hugh Alexander's Detachment of the 5th Regiment, 2nd
Brigade of Florida Militia commanded by Col. Dupont, ordered into service of
the United States by Gen'l Taylor fran the 7th Day of May to the 18th Day of
May 1838. NOTE: This heading was all that was listed on Page 5.

Page 6: 1st Lieut. H. Alexander's Detachment of Florida Mounted Militia mus-
tered in and out of service the 9th of March 1839. The muster was certified as
true "for the period herein mentioned" and the "remarks set opposite the name
of each officer and soldier are accurate and just."

Date: 9 March 1839
Staion: Quincey, Fla. /s/ R. FORSYTHE, Ccmmanding the Company.
Same date & Place: Certified by S. P. HEINTSELMAN, Inspector & Mustering
Officer.

Hugh ALEXANDER, Ist Lieut., 7 May 1838, Quincy, Fla., 11 days.
Robt. FORSYTHE, 1st Sgt., "

PRIVATES

BARKER, William, present. CURRIE, Edward A., present
JEFFRIES, Jarrett,absent. EVANS, Robert, present
DEWIT, C. Juda, present GUY, Lewis, present.
WILLIAMS, B. B., absent HAMLIN, Ransom, absent
SEALEY, Isaac, present HENRY, William R., absent
ANGUIERS?, Bonnitt, absent JOBES, John W., absent.
BARKWELL, M. C., absent ROBERTSON, King, absent
BENSON, Sam;l, absent MARTIN, James, absent
OOLLINS, Robt., present McMAHON, Mathew, absent









VOL. 2, Pp 6, PRIVATES, Cont'd

MARTIN, J. L., present SILVIE, Wn. D., present
MURPHY, Patrick, present STYLES, Charles, present
MOODAY, Andrew, present UNGER, Augustus, present
MORRIS, William, absent VAN DUSAN, John, present
PRICE, O. A., absent WILLIAMS, Edward, present
ROHN, Samuel, present WELSH, Wn., absent.
SHIELDS, John, present


VOLUME 2, PP 7-8

Muster Roll of Captain Geo. W. Allbritton's Company of the 1st Regiment of
Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. W. J. Bailey, ordered into the service of
the United States by Brig.-Gen'1 W. K. Armistead from the llth day of August
to the llth Day of November 1840. Certified a true muster by G. W. Allbrit-
ton 11 Aug. 1840 at McGehee, M.F. (Middle Fla.). Mustered and inspected llth
day of Aug. 1840 for a term of 3 months by S. Churchill, Maj. 3d Art'y. The
ccapany travelled 40 miles from place of enrollment to place of rendezvous.

1. George W. ALLBRITTON, Captain
2. Daniel POND, 1st Lieut.
3. William TRYON, 2d Lieut.
1. A. L. WILFORD, Ist Sgt.
2. W. W. WOODS, 2d Sgt.
3. A. J. WOODS, Sgt.
4. Asa ANDERSON, Sgt.
1. T. W. TWAIN, Corpl.
2. Dennis WHITE, Corpl.
3. David HERRILL, Corpl.
4. David BROWNING, Corpl.
1. John FREEMAN, Bugler
2. George TYSON, Bugler.

PRIVATES

1. ANDERSON, Owen 19. HORN, Henry
2. ANDERSON, Seaborn 20. HORN, W. D.
3. AUTLEY, Emanuel 21. HORN, A. A.
4. BARRS, D. C. 22. HICKS, Daniel
5. BROWN, J. T. 23. HARRELL, W. N. H.
6. BROWNING, John 24. HARRELL, H. H. W.
7. BLACK, E. W. 25. HOLLINGSWORTH, Stephen
8. BROONER, Isaac 26. HOLLINGSWORTH, W. R.
9. CARLY, Benjamin 27. HOLLINGSWORTH, J. H.
10. OOPELAND, G. W. 28. HORTON, Josiah
11. DEAN, Harmon 29. HERRING, R. T.
12. DONALDSON, G. W. 30. HUDSON, H. F.
13. EDWARDS, T. F. 31. JOHNSON, Sampson
14. FUTCH, Isaac 32. JOHNIGAN, Stephen
15. FAGAN, Thomas 33. LASTINGER, William
16. GUNTER, Thomas 34. LEAVITT, Nathaniel
17. GORDON, John 35. MILLER, J. R.
18. HART, James 36. McCALL, C. F.









VOL. 2, PP 7-8, PRIVATES, Cont'd

37. McGILL, Roderick 52. RIMES, D. R.
38. McCANN, Joshua 53. SEAFER, Benjamin
39. OLIVER, Harvey 54. SNEED, Sherrod
40. POWELL, W. G. 55. STEPHENS, John
41. PAGE, John J. 56. SMITH, William
42. PARKER, Thomas 57. SCROGGINS, Solamon
43. PROCTOR, Nathaniel 58. STEWART, James
44. PHILLIPS, James 59. SHARP, J. H
45. RAPP, Charles 60. SIMS, M. B.
46. ROBERTSON, William 61. SAYRES, R. T.
47. RANDALL, Francis 62. SHASTEEN, Martin
48. RODGERS, Samuel 63. TISON, Edmund
49. ROUSE, J. H. 64. TOMPSON, H. C.
50. ROUSE, Solomon 65. VICKERS, John
51. RIMES, J. R. 66. WALKER, P. K.
67. WOODS, T. J.



VOLUME 2, PP 9-10

Muster Roll of Captain G. W. Allbritton's Campany of the 1st Regiment Brigade
of Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Co. W. J. Bayley (Bailey), ordered
into service of the United States by Brig. Gen'l Armistead frcm the 7th Day of
August to the 21st Day of November 1840.

Certified a true muster on 21 Nov. 1840; Station: White Hill, West Fla., /s/
G. W. ALLBRITTON, Cramanding the Company. Also certified a true muster,
inspected and discharged on date and place above. /s/ S. Churchill, Maj. 3d
Art'y, Inspector & Mustering Officer.

NOTE Canpany travelled 40 miles to place of rendezvous and 40 miles from
place of discharge to home.

1. G. W. ALLBRITTON, Capt., horse failed from hard service & abandoned by
order of Captain; remounted himself the next day.
2. Daniel POND, 1st Lieut.
3. William WYNN, 2d Lieut.

1. A. H. WILFORD, 1st Sgt., pay ordered to be stopped by Brig Gen'l Read
for neglect of duty & unofficer-like conduct.
2. W. W. WOODS, Sgt.
3. A. J. WOODS, Sgt.
4. Asa ANDERSON, Sgt.

1. F. S. TWAIN, Corpl.
2. Dennis WHITE, Corpl.
3. David HERRILE, Corpl.
4. David BROWNING, Corpl.

1. John FREEMAN, Bugler.
2. George TYSON, Bugler.









VOL. 2, PP 9-10, Cont'd

PRIVATES

1. ANDERSON, Owen 43. PHILLIPS, James, horse died
2. ANDERSON, Seaborn 10/15, remounted next day.
3. AUTLEY, Emanuel 44. RAPP, Charles
4. BAIS, D. E. 45. ROBERTSON, William
5. BROWN, J. T. 46. RANDAL, Francis
6. BROWNING, John 47. RODGERS, Samuel
7. BLACK, E. W. 48. ROUSE, J. H.
8. BROOMER, Isaac 49. ROUSE, Solomon
9. CARLEY, Benjamin 50. RIMES, I. R., horse died 10/30;
10. DEAN, Harmon remounted himself next day.
11. DONALDSON, G. W. 51. RIMES, D. K.
12. EDWARDS, T. F. 52. SNEED, Sherwood
13. FUTCH, Isaac, sick near San 53 STEPHEN, John
Pedro from Nov. 20th. 54. SMITH, William
14. FAGAN, Thomas, in confinement 55. SCOGGINS, Solomon
at St. Marks for murder 56. STEWART, James, horse died Nov.
by civil authorities. llth; remounted next day.
15. GUNTER, Thomas 57. SHARP, J. H.
16. GORDON, John 58. SIMS, M. B., horse died Oct.
17. HART, James M. 10th; remounted next day.
18. HORN, Henry 59. SAYERS, R. T.
19. HORN, W. L. 60. SHASTEEN, Martin
20. HORN, A. A. 61. SEAFER, Benjamin
21. HICKS, Daniel 62. TYSON, Edmund
22. HARRILL, W. N. H. 63. THOMPSON, H. C.
23. HARRAL, H.H.W. 64. VICKERS, John
24. HOLLINGSWORTH, Stephen 65. WALKER, P. K.
25. HOLLINGSWORTH, W. R. 66. WOODS, T. D.
26. HOLLINGSWOTH, J. H.
27. HORTON, Josiah
28. HERRING, R. T.
29. HUDSON, H. F.
30. JOHNSON, Sampson NOTE: "one dead, G. W. OOPELAND
31. JONIGAN, Stephen killed by a man of the
32. LASTINGER, William Company Oct. 8th."
33. LEVIT, Nathaniel, horse
died 10/30; remounted him-
self.
34. MILLER, J. R.
35. McCALL, D. T.
36. McGILL, Roderick
37. McCANN, Joshua
38. OLIVER, Harvey
39. POWELL, W. T., on expet? in
GA under order of Gen.l
Read from Nov. 15th.
40. PAGE, John J.
41. PARKER, Thomas
42. PROCTOR, Nathaniel, horse
died 10/30, remounted
next day.








VOLUME 2, PP 11-12

Muster Roll of Captain John Alford's Company of the 2nd Regiment, 2nd Brigade
of East Florida Mounted Volunteers, commanded by Col. W. J. Mills, ordered into
service of the United States by Brig. Gen'l Thos. S. Jessup from the 16th Day
of June to the 18th Day of December 1837 when discharged.

Muster certified by John Alford, Captain, Canmanding Company on December 18,
1837. Station: Fort Gilliland, Fla. Company inspected and discharged same
date and place by S. Churchill, Major, Art'y, Inspector & Mustering Officer.

"The persons on this roll were mustered in a large company of 127 men commanded
by Captain A. McRae and subsequently divided into companies by Lieut W. Wall,
3d Ast. The other company is now commanded by Capt. G. W. Smith."
/s/ S. Churchill

NOTE: Horses diseased with glanders were ordered to be shot by order of Gen.
Jesup of Nov. 9th.

1. John ALFORD, Captain, enrolled as Private 6/16/1837 at Mineral Springs,
Fla., Promoted to Captain; 1 servant, Tan, and two horses.
2. Lewis BRYANT, 1st Lieut.; 1 servant, Dick, and two horses; Private from
June 16th; promoted to 1st Lieut. 20th July.
3. Asa A. STEWART, 2d Lieut.; 1 servant, Harry, and two horses; Sergeant
from June 16th; promoted to 2d Lieut. 20th July.

1. James C. GREEN, 2d Lieut.; horse died July 30th; remounted same day.
2. Samuel STEWART, Sgt.
3. William DAY, Sgt.
4. Hiram SAUNDERS, Sgt.
5. Thos. L. STEWART, Corpl.
6. Robert IVEY, Corpl.
7. Sam'1 G. GREEN, Corpl.
8. Joseph HALL, Corpl.

PRIVATES

1. ALTMAN, Sampson, horse lost 19. HALL, William
8/25; remounted same day. 20. HALL, Nathan
2. ALTMAN, Thomas 21. HALL, Dan'l
3. BOYD, Isaac 22. HUNTER, W. M., Sr.
4. BOSSETT, William 23. IVEY, Thomas
5. CARVER, Elijah 24. KNIGHT, Stephen; horse diseased
6. OORBIN, James with glanders, shot Nov. 15th.
7. COX, Sam'1 remounted same day.
8. DEACON, Natha'l 25. KNIGHT, Thomas, sick at home.
9. DUNCAN, James 26. KNIGHT, James
10. DUNCAN, J. J. 27. LEE, Andrew
11. DRIVER, John 28. LEE, Everitt
12. EDENFIELD, Elijah 29. MOBLEY, Ellithorn
13. HUNTER, W. M., Jr. 30. MOAT, David
14. HALL, Solomon 31. PICKERING, Elijah, sick at Fort
15. HUNTER, J. Adam White.
16. HALL, John 32. ROBERTS, Joshua
17. HALL, Nathan 33. SMITH, M. M.
18. HINSON, James 34. SIKES, Arthur.









VOL. 2, PP 11-12, PRIVATES, Cont'd

35. STEWART, Jonathan 45. EDINFIELD, John
36. STRICKLAN, Jon't 46. OJRBIN, Moses
37. SMITH, Thos. W. 47. STEWART, Jn. L.
38. TOLER, W. R. 48. BASSETT, John
39. TOLER, Timothy 49. ZIPPERER, Jacob
40. MATTER, Henry 50. RICHARDSON, J. W.
41. WILSON, James 51. LEWIS, Toler
42. WOODWARD, Richard 52. LINDSEY, Jacob
43. HALL, James 53. VICKERY, Richard.
44. MIMS, James






VOLUME 2, PP 13-14


Muster Roll of Captain John Alford's Mounted Company of the 2nd Regiment, 2nd
Brigade, East Florida Volunteers commanded by Col. Wn. J. Mills ordered into
service of the United States by Maj. Gen. Thomas S. Jessup to serve 6 months
unless sooner discharged; under the Act of Congress of the 23d May 18387 en-
titled "An Act Authorising the President of the United States to accept the
services of Volunteers and to raise an additional Regiment of Dragoons or
Mounted Riflemen."

John Alford, Captain, Commanding Company certified, on honor, that the muster
of the above company was true and accurate.

On 20 Sept. 1837, W. Wall, Lt. 3d Art'y, US Army, certified that he had muster-
ed and inspected the above company.

REMARKS at end of Roll: "The above named company is part of Capt. Archibald
"McRay's Company of Mounted Volunteers which was enrolled on the 16th of June
"1837 and which was reorganized on the 20th of July following into two com-
"panies now commanded respectively by Capt. John Alford and Geo. W. Smith."

1. John ALFORD, Capt., 1 bay horse, 1 gray horse, 1 servant, Tan, black.
2. Lewis BRYANT, 1st Lt., 1 black horse, 1 sorrel horse, 1 servant, Jacob,
black.
3. Asa STEWART, 2d Lt., 1 dun horse, 1 grey horse, 1 servant, Harry,
yellow.

1. James C. GREEN, 1st Sgt.
2. James STEWART, 2d Sgt., 1 sorrel horse.
3. William DAY, 3d Sgt., 1 sorrel horse.
4. Hiram SAUNDERS, 4th Sgt., 1 roan horse.
5. Thamas STEWART, 1st Corpl., 1 gray horse.
6. Robert JOY, 2nd Corpl., 1 bay horse.
7. Samuel G. GREEN, 3d Corpl., 1 sorrel horse.
8. Joseph HALL, 4th Corpl., 1 bay horse.









VOL. 2, PP 13-14, PRIVATES, Cont'd

50. ROBINSON, J.H., 1 sorrel horse.
51. LEWIS, Zoller, 1 sorrel horse.

1. LINDSEY, Jacob; absent not mustered.
2. VICKERY, Richard; absent not mustered.



VOLUME 2, PP 15-16

Muster Roll of Captain Estaban Arnau's Company of the Second Regiment, Second
Brigade of the Florida Militia canmanded by Col. J. S. Sanchez, ordered into
service of the United States by Brig. Gen. J. M. Hernandez frcn the 10th day of
December 1835 to the 20th day of February 1836.

Certified "on honor" to be a true muster by Estaban Arnau, Captain, Commanding
Company on 16 July 1836, and that the comments following the names on the roll
were accurate and just. Muster Station: St. Augustine, East Florida.

R. A. Kirby, Major, U. S. Army, Inspector & Mustering Officer verified the mus-
ter and certified "on honor" that he had carefully examined the muster roll and
inspected the Canpany.

1. Estaban ARNAU, Captain
2. Baptolo OLIVAROS, 1st Lieut.
3. Sel-- GIFFORD, 2d Lieut.
4. Henry GEIGER, 3d Lieut.

1. George GENOPLY, 1st Sgt., absent.
2. Joseph LOPEZ, Sgt.
3. Andrew LOPEZ, Sgt.
4. Joseph BAYA, Sgt.

1. Joseph PACETTIE, Jun., Corp.
2. Ancentea PACETTIE, Corp.
3. Antonio BORGAS, Corp.
4. Joseph PACETTY, Sr.

PRIVATES

1/ Peter MASTERS. 11. Fernand FALANICE, served 20 days,
2. Jacob TORRES. found his own horse.
3. Roque LEONARDY 12. Peter TRIAY
4. Joseph GARCIA, served 39 days, 13. Andrew PACETTY, found his own
found his own horse, horse; served in Solanas troop
5. Malana? MAY, served 39 days, 4 days.
found his own horse. 14. Phillip MANUCY.
6. Peter CERCOPLY. 15. Peter SEGUI, served 54 days,
7. Bartolo MASTERS, absent found his own horse.
8. Michael ANDREA 16. Ignatio ORTAGUS, served 39 days,
9. James FFALANIE, served 39 days, found his own horse.
found his own horse. 17. Matthew LAURENCE
10. Francis MEDICIS









VOL. 2, PP 13-14:

PRIVATES

1. ALTMAN, Sampson, 1 bay horse.
2. ALTMAN, Thomas, 1 bay horse.
3. BOYD, Isaac, 1 grey horse.
4. BASSET, William, 1 grey horse.
5. CARVER, Elijah, 1 grey horse.
6. OORBIN, James, 1 grey horse.
7. O0X, Samuel, 1 bay horse.
8. DEACON, Nathaniel, 1 bay horse.
9. DUNCAN, James, 1 roan horse.
10. DUNCAN, J. J., 1 bay horse.
11. DRIVER, John, 1 bay horse.
12. EDINFIELD, Elijah, 1 grey horse.
13. HUNTER, Wn., Jun., 1 cream horse.
14. HALL, Solcmon, 1 bay horse.
15. HUNT, Adam, 1 sorrel horse.
16. HALL, John, 1 bay horse.
17. HALL, Nathaniel, Sen., 1 sorrel horse.
18. HINSON, James, 1 black horse.
19. HALL, William, 1 bay horse.
20. HALL, Nathaniel, 1 bay horse.
21. HALL, Daniel, 1 sorrel horse.
22. HUNTER, Wn., Sen., 1 cream horse.
23. JOY, Thomas, 1 bay horse.
24. KIRSH, Stephen, 1 black horse.
25. KIGHT, Thomas, 1 black horse.
26. KNIGHT, James, 1 sorrel horse.
27. LEE, Andrew, 1 bay horse.
28. LEE, Everett, 1 bay horse.
29. MOBLY, Elethon, 1 bay horse.
30. MOAT, David, 1 bay horse.
31. PICKRON, Elijah, 1 bay horse.
32. ROBERTS, J., 1 bay horse.
33. SMITH, M. M., 1 sorrel horse.
34. SYKES, Arthur, 1 bay horse.
35. STEWART, Johnathan, 1 bay horse.
36. STRICKLIN, James, 1 bay horse.
37. SMITH, Thos. W., 1 bay horse.
38. TOLER, W. R., 1 bay horse.
39. TOLER, Timothy, 1 black horse.
40. MATTAIR, Henry, 1 sorrel horse.
41. WILSON, James, 1 roan horse.
42. WOODWARD, Richard, 1 bay horse.
43. HALL, James, 1 roan horse.
44. MIMS, James, 1 sorrel horse.
45. EDINFIELD, John, 1 gray horse.
46. OORBIN, Moses, 1 brown horse.
47. STEWART, J. L., 1 brown horse.
48. BASSET, John, 1 gray horse.
49. ZIPPER, Jacob, 1 sorrel horse.









VOL. 2, PP 15-16, PRIVATES, Cont'd

18. Bartolo PONS. 21. Paul MASTERS; found his own
19. Sebastian STEWART?, absent horse; served 73 days in
20. Peter FALANIE, served 39 days, Solanas Troop.
found his own horse.






VOLUME 2, PP 17-18


Muster Roll of Captain Lewis Bailey's Company of the First Regiment, Brigade of
Florida Militia commanded by Captain John Warren, ordered into service of the
United States by Maj. Gen. Thomas S. Jessup from the 14th day of February 1837
to the 13th day of June 1837.

Certified a true muster on 28 April 1837 at Jacksonville, East Florida, by L.
Bailey, Captain, Connanding the Company.

Same date and place above: "I certify on honor that I have carefully examined
this muster roll and that I have between the 22nd March and 28 April 1837 mus-
tered this company of Mounted Florida Volunteers." /s/ Geo. Watson, Lt.,
U.S.A., Mustering Officer.

Extract: Field Quarters, Fort Heilman, March 11, 1837. "In conformity to
intentions from Maj. Gen. Jesup commanding in Florida, you will muster into
service of the United State, the Field & Staff of Col. Warren's Regiment on his
presenting the proper rolls to you, and you will give him notice of the same.
It is not the intention that Col. Warren, with the Field & Staff of his Regi-
ment shall now be mustered out of service: On the contrary, he is authorized
by the Commanding General to receive into service such companies as are neces-
sary to supply the peace of those of the Regiment the term of which have ex-
pired. Such, therefore, he shall report to you will be mustered into the ser-
vice immediately and agreeably to the regulations on the subject."

To Lieut. Geo. Watson /s/ J. B. Crane, Lieut. Col.
1st Regt. Art'y 2nd Regt. Art'y, Commanding.

Lewis BAILEY, Capt., 1 gray & 1 black horse.
Jacob GEIGER, 1st Lt., 1 bay & 1 black horse.
Simeon DELL, 2s Lt., 1 roan & 1 sorrel horse.

1, Benjamin ROUSE, Ord. Sgt., 1 bay mare.
2. Felix GEIGER, 2d Sgt., 1 sorrel horse.
3. Isaac WINGATE, 3d Sgt., 1 sorrel horse.
4. Robert H. WILLIAMS, 4th Sgt., 1 sorrel horse.

1. James ROUSE, Corpl., 1 bay mare.
2. Daniel D. DARBY, Corpl., 1 bay mare.
3. Emanuel RIGGS, Corpl., 1 sorrel mare.
4. Lewis DANIEL, Corpl., 1 sorrel horse.









VOL. 2, PP 17-18, Cont'd

PRIVATES

1. BRADDOCK, Aldridge, 1 bay horse.
2. BRADDOCK, William, 1 gray horse.
3. BRADLEY, John, 1 bay horse.
4. BAILEY, Robert, 1 bay horse; absent on post at Southeir?
5. BOOTH, James, 1 gray horse.
6. OOLSON, Abraham, 1 bay horse.
7. FORD, Garre, 1 gray horse.
8. FORD, John, 1 sorrel horse.
9. FUTCH, Oresimul?, 1 sorrel horse.
10. FUTCH, William, 1 sorrel horse.
11. FOREACRE, Nathan, 1 sorrel mare.
12. FENNEL, James, 1 black horse.
13. FARLES, John, 1 sorrel mare.
14. GIEGER, Joshua, 1 bay horse
15. GODWIN, Solomon, 1 sorrel horse.
16. HUDSON, Samuel, -----
17. HORTON, George, 1 gray mare.
18. HAGAN, John, 1 bay horse.
19. HIGGINBOTHAM, George, 1 sorrel mare.
20. HO Charles, 1 sorrel horse; absent with leave.
21. KING, Perry, 1 sorrel mare.
22. KING, Josiah, 1 sorrel mare; absent with leave.
23. KING, A., 1 black horse; absent with leave.
24. LEWIS,Josiah A., 1 sorrel horse.
25. LANG, Wn., 1 sorrel horse; absent with leave.
26. LANG, David, 1 sorrel horse; absent with leave.
27. LONG, Jesse, 1 bay horse.
28. LEE, Eli, 1 black horse.
29. LEWIS, Josiah, Jr., 1 sorrel horse.
30. MYERS, James N., 1 bay horse; absent with leave.
31. MARTIN, E. H., 1 grey mare; absent with leave.
32. MURRAY, Richard, 1 bay mare.
33. MURRAY, Wm., 1 sorrel stallion.
34. MORGAN, Wn. G., 1 black horse.
35. MORGAN, Hesikiah, 1 sorrel horse; absent with leave.
36. NORTON, Nathan, 1 brown horse; absent with leave.
37. NORTON, Wn., 1 sorrel mare.
38. NETTLES, Wi., 1 sorrel mare.
39. OSTEEN, Leonard, 1 gray horse; absent with leave.
40. PREVATT James N., 1 bay horse.
41. PELHAM, Levi, 1 bay mare.
42. PHILIPS, W., 1 sorrel mare.
43. ROUSE, Arthur, 1 sorrel horse.
44. RUSSELL, John, 1 sorrel horse.
45. RUSSELL, Sam'l, Senr., 1 sorrel horse.
46. RUSSELL, Sam'l, Junr., 1 bay mare.
47. ROBERTS, James, 1 bay horse.
48. STEVENS, James, 1 bay horse.
49. SPARKMAN, James, ------









VOL. 2, PP 17-18, PRIVATES, Cont'd

50. SMITH, John, 1 brown horse.
51. SAUNDERS, Robert, 1 bay horse.
52. SYKES, John, 1 gray horse.
53. UNDERWOOD, Thomas, 1 bay horse.
54. WILLIAMS, Anderson, 1 bay horse.
55. WINGATE, Thomas, 1 bay horse.
56. WALKER, Samuel, 1 sorrel horse.
57. WILDESL, Charles, 1 bay pony; absent with leave.




VOLUME 2, PP 19-20


Muster Roll of Captain Lewis Bailey's Mounted Company of the First Regiment,
Brigade of thje Florida Militia, commanded by Col. John Warren, ordered into
service of the United States by Maj. Gen'l Thomas Jesup from the 14th day of
February 1847 to the 13th day of June 1837.

"I certify on honor that this muster roll exhibits the true state of Captain
Lewis Bailey's Cnmpany of the 1st Regiment of Florida Volunteers for the period
herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and
soldier are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation exhibits in every
particular the true state of the company." /s/ L. Bailey, Capt., Canoanding
the Company. Date: 13 June 1837. Station: Jacksonville, E. F.

"I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this muster roll and that I
have this 12th day of June 1837 mustered and minutely inspected the above named
company of Mounted Militia." /s/ J. W. Vinton, Captain, 3d Arty, U.S.A.

NOTE: Officer mustering the company in February was Lt. Geo. Watson.

Lewis BAILEY, Captain; 2 horses and one servant in service.
Jacob GEIGER, 1st Lt.; 2 horses and one servant in service.
Simeon DELL, 2d Lt., 2 horses and one servant in service.

1. Robert H. WILLIAMS, Ord. Sgt., Sgt. from 4 Feb; Ord. Sgt. from 29 Mar.
2. Felix GEIGER, 2d Sgt.
3. Isaac WINGATE, 3d Sgt.
4. Solamon GODWIN, 4th Sgt.

1. Josiah LEWIS, Ist Corpl., Pvt. from 2/14 to 3/28; Sgt. fram 3/29.
2. Daniel D. DARBY, 2d Corpl., Pvt. from 2/14; Corporal 3/28.
3. Emanuel RIGGS, 3d Corpl.
4. Lewis DANIEL, 4th Corpl.

PRIVATES

1. BRADDOCK, Aldridge 4. BAILEY, Robert; absent sick.
2. BRADDOCK, William 5. BOOTH, James
3. BRADLEY, John 6. BEASLEY, John









VOL. 2, PP 19-20, PRIVATES, Cont'd

7. BEASLEY, Nathan 49. NORTON, Nathan
8. BARBER, William 50. NETTLES, William, absent without
9. COLSON, Abraham leave frcm 2/14/1837.
10. CUNADA, John 51. OSTEEN, Leonard
11. COMBS, John H. 52. PELHAM, Levi
12. DOBSON, Isaac 53. PHILLIPS, William
13. DAVIS, Samuel 54. PREVATT, James N.
14. FORD, Garre 55. RUSSELL,Samuel, Jr.
15. FORD, John 56. RUSSELL, Samuel, Sr.
16. FUTCH, Oresimul? 57. RUSSELL, John
17. FUTCH, William 58. ROBERTS, James
18. FENNEL, James 59. ROUSE, Arthur
19. FARLES, John 60. ROUSE, James, Cpl fram 2/14-3/27
20. FOREACRES, Nathan 61. SANDERS, Robert
21. FOREACRES, Jesse 62. SPARKMAN, James
22. FOREACRES, Ichabod, absent, 63. LYKES, John
sick. 64. SMITH, John
23. GEIGER, Joshua 65. SWEAT, Samuel R.
24. HUDSON, Samuel 66. SWEAT, Abner W., absent, sick.
25. HORTON, George, absent on 67. SWEAT, Allen H., absent, sick.
detached service. 68. SWEAT, James W., absent, sick.
26. HAGAN, John 69. STEVENS, James, asbsent w/leave.
27. HIGGINBOTHAM, George 70. THOMSON, John
28. HARVEY, Isaac 71. THOMSON, Thomas W.
29. HARVEY, Richard 72. UNDERWOOD, Thomas
30. HOMER, Charley, absent without 73. WALKER, Samuel
leave from 2/14/1837. 74. WILLIAMS, Anderson
31. JUNIGAN, Isaac 75. WINGATE, Thomas
32. JOHNSON, E. 76. WILKINSON, Joseph
33. KING, Perry 77. WILLIAMS, William, Sr.
34. KING, Josiah 78. WILLIAMS, William, Jr.
35. KING, A. J. 79. WILLIAMS, John B.
36. LEWIS, Isaiah J., absent with- 80. WILLIAMS, Rolin
out leave frma 2/14/1837. 81. WILLIAMS, William A.
37. LANG, David, absent without 82. WILLIAMS, Isaac T., absent, sick.
leave fram 2/14/1837. 83. WILLIAMS, Theophilus
38. LANG, William 84. WILKINSON, Elijah
39. LANG, Jesse 85. YELVENSTON, Gideon, absent, sick.
40. LEE, Eli, absent without 86. YELVENSTON, Jacob
leave fram 2/14/1837. 87. WILDES, Charles, absent w/o leave
41. MANN, David I. from 14 March 1837.
42. MARTIN, E. K., absent on de-
tached service. DIED: ROUSE, Benjamin, Orderly Sergt.
43. MORGAN, William G., absent on 28 March 1837.
without leave fram 2/14.
44. MORGAN, Hesikiah, absent with-
out leave from 2/14/1837.
45. MURRAY, William
46. MURRAY, Richard, absent on
detached service
47. MYERS, James N.
48. NORTON, William










VOLUME 2, PP 21-22

Muster Roll of Captain L. Bailey's Company of the First Regiment of the Florida
Volunteers, commanded by Col. John Warren, ordered into service of the United
States by Maj. Gen. Thomas S. Jesup, Commander of Florida, from the 22nd Day of
July 1837 to the 1st Day of January 2838 under the Act of 23 May 1836.

The company was mustered at Jacksonville, Florida, by Lt. Watson; travelling
100 miles from their home and 100 miles back to their homes when discharged.

At Jacksonville (Fla.) 1 January 1838, L. Bailey, Capt., certified this muster
roll to be the true state of his company ..."and that they (the company) were
all effectually mounted on their own horses during the whole period."

At the same date and place, I. H. Winder, 2nd Regt. Art., certified the muster
roll to be true and accurate and that he had mustered and inspected the company
and discharged them from service as of 1 January 1838.

1. L. BAILEY, Captain, three horses; 1 servant, Isaac.
2. John JONES, 1st Lieut.; two horses; 1 servant, John.
3. Spicer C. BRADDOCK, 2d Lieut.; two horses, 1 servant, John.

1. William S. BLUNT, 1st Sgt., absent with leave; furnished his own arms.
2. John OSTEEN, 2d Sgt., absent with leave; furnished his own arms.
3. Isaac H. GREEN, 3d Sgt., absent with leave; furnished his own arms.
4. Benj. GREEN, 4th Sgt.

1. Daniel LEWIS, 1st Corporal.
2. Nathan SMITH, 2d Corpl., one diseased horse shot by order Col. WARREN.
3. Daniel H. GREEN, 3d Corporal.
4. Jacob HALL BROOK, 4th Corporal.

1. John NICKLES, Musician; absent sick, found his own arms.
2. Richard WARD, Musician; absent with leave.

PRIVATES

1. BARBER, Grandson 10. DRYDEN, Benjamin, found own arms.
2. BARBER, Virgil 11. FARMER, Stephen, absent w/leave.
3. BAKER, Charles, 1 diseased 12. FARLESS, John, absent, sick.
horse shot by order Lt. Col 13. GREEN, Thomas, 1 diseaded horse,
HANSON shot, order of Col. WARREN.
4. BRADDOCK, John D, Jr., found 14. GREEN, Richard
his own arms 15. GREEN, Israel
5. BRADDOCK, William, substitute 16. GOODWIN, Richard R., furnished
for J. D. BRADDOCK, Sr. by his own arms.
permission of color. 17. HAGAN, John, furnished own arms.
6. CREWS, James B., found his 18. HUDSON, John, furnished own arms
own arms 19. HAGNER, John, found own arms.
7. CREWS, Archibald, lost musket 20. HAGIN, J., found own arms.
8. COUSBY, William, absent without 21. HILLIARD, Benjamin, 1 horse shot.
leave 22. HARPER, John
9. DUNAWAY, James, found his own 23. JONES, Thomas, absent with leave.
arms.









VOL. 2, PP 21-22, PRIVATES, Cont'd:

24. JONES, David, found own arms 36. PRIVATT, James, absent with-
25. JONES, Levi,absent with leave, out leave.
26. LEE, Jacob 37. PEARL, John
27. LONG, David, found own arms. 38. SWEET, William, substitute to
28. LLOYD, Jackson A., found own Nath'l JONES by permission
arms. of Col. WARREN.
29. LLOYD, William H., absent, 39. SIMPSON, Lewis
sick. 40. SMITH, John
30. LLOYD, Christopher C. 41. SLY, Benjamin
found own arms. 42. SKIPPER, Edwin, absent with
31. MILLS, William leave.
32. MORRISON, Sam'l W. 43. SMITH, William, found own arms.
33. MICHLER, Daniel, absent, & horse.
sick. 44. THOMAS, Redding
34. NORTON, William, found own 45. THOMAS, Benjamin
arms. 46. THOMAS, Edward
35. PRIVATT, Joseph F., absent, 47. WALDEN, John
sick. 48. WALDEN, William
49. WILDS, Charles
50. WILDS, Nathaniel
51. WINGATE, Thomas
52. ORR, Joseph

DIED: LEWIS, Herndon, Private, died November (rest of date unreadable).


VOLUME 2, PP 23-24

Muster Roll of Captain William J. Bailey's Company of Florida Mounted Militia,
Commanded by Gov. R. K. Call, ordered into service of the Territory by Gov. R.
K. Call frcm the 20th Day of May 1839 to the 20th Day of September 1839 when
discharged.

At Camp Pleasant on 20 Sept. 1839, William J. Bailey, Captain, certified this
muster roll to be a true state of the company.
On 19 January 1843, S. Churchill, Adj. Gen'l, verified the muster as accurate
"under oath of the Captain... of the time embraced."
Remarks on Roll: By S. Churchill, Adj. Gen'l: "This Command by its strength
is entitled to a 1st Lieut., two Sgts., two Corpls., and one _? (not legible)
to the 20th of Sept. Not having the requisite number for the fourth of a
company during any part of the time."

The Company mustered on 20 May 1839 at Magnolia, West Florida. NOTE: The
figures following names indicate: miles traveled to place of rendezvous/miles
traveled from place of discharge to home.

1. William J. BAILEY, Captain, miles traveled: None
2. Lewis NORTON, 1st Lieut., 50/30.

1. Hiram HALL, Sergt., 44/40.
2. William McCARDELL, Sergt., 40/40.









VOL 2, PP 23-24, Cont'd

1. Peter SMITH, Corporal, none/20.
2. Jeremiah HAYMAN, Corporal, 40/40.

1. Daniel GRANTHAM, Bugler, 20/None.

PRIVATES

1. BOYET, Edward, Jr., 40/40 22. MORGAN, Reuben, miles not shown.
2. BOYET, Edward, 40/40 23. McCALL, McKeen G. "
3. BOYET, James A., 40/40 24. PRESTON, John A. "
4. BECKTON, Berry, 40/40 25. PIGG, Travis "
5. BOYET, Nathan, 40/40 26. RHODES, John "
6. DOWLING, William W., 40/40 27. STAFFORD, Samuel "
7. DOWLING, William W., 40/40 28. SIMMONS, George "
8. DEWIT, William, 20/none 29. MILLER, Nelson "
9. FAIRCLOTH, Allen D., 20/none 30. STEPHENS, Benjamin "
10. GRANTHAM, Joel, 20/none 31. TRIPPE, John M. "
11. GIDDINS, William, 40/40 32. TAYLOR, Jesse "
12. GIDDINS, Morris, 20/none 33. VICKERS, Drewery "
13. HALL, Elijah B., 20/none 34. VICKERS, Jackson "
14. HALL, Abijah, 20/none 35. VALENTINE, William "
15. HORN, Henry, 20/none 36. *WALKER, Allen B. "
16. HUGHS, William, 40/40 37. WILLIAMS, William "
17. HAYMANS, James, 40/40 38. WILLIAMS, Hosea "
18. JOHNSON, George, 20/none 39. WIGGINS, Michael "
19. KIRKLAND, James L., 40/40 40. WIGGINS, Jesse "
20. MARTIN, James, 40/40 41. YOUNG, Wyatt "
21. MORGAN, Enoch, 40/40 42. **OSTEEN, John "

*Employed as a Guide by order of Gov. CALL at $2.00 per day.
** Appointed Quartermaster frcm Private by Gov. CALL.


VOLUME 2, PP 25-26

Muster Roll of Captain Reuben N. Barrow's Company of the 1st Regiment, 1st
Brigade of the Florida Militia, Commanded by Col. Leavin Brown; ordered into
service of the United States by R. K. Call, Governor of Florida from the 13th
Day of May 1837 to the 13th Day of January 1838.

Muster Roll certified 24 July 1838 at Camp LeBarron by Reubin N. Barrow, Capt.
as being a true and accurate muster. On same date and place, D. H. VINTON,
Inspector & Mustering Officer certified the muster to be accurate and true.

Men of the Company were mustered at Yellow River on various dates, by three
different officers, i.e., Captain B. IRVIN, Col. Daniel McLEOD, and Col. L.
BROWN.

1. Reubin N. BARROW, Captain, 1 servant and two horses.

1. Stephen SENTERFITTE, 1st Lieut., 1 servant and two horses.
2. Edmund BAGGETTE, 2d Lieut., 1 servant and two horses.









VOL. 2, PP 25-26, Cont'd

1. Zachariah T. BUSBY, 1st Sgt.
2. Richmond BARROW, 2d Sgt.. served on foot to 9/25/1837, then mounted/
3. Reubin STEGALL, 3d Sgt.
4. Archibald STEGALL, 4th Sgt.

1. John McDAVID,Jr., 1st Corpl.
2. Alexander BAGGETTE, 2d Corpl.
3. Nicholas BAGGETTE, 3d Corpl.
4. Henry BIAS, 4th Corpl., deserted 6/3/1837; apprehended 8/21/1837; dis-
charged 9/23/1837.

PRIVATES

1. BAGGETTE, Lewis 40. NORWOOD, Eptha
2 BARROW, John 41. Illigible
3. CARROLL, Patrick 42. Illigible
4. CAMPBELL, Alexander 43. SENTERFITTE, Jesse
5. CHESNUTTE, Chinchion 44. SENTERFITTE, Green
6. CLARK, Burgess 45. STEPHENSON, John M.
7. CAMPBELL, Peter 46. STEGALL, M. William
8. CARROLL, Elisha 47. STOKES, Isiah
9. CHESHER, Thomas E. 48. STEEL, Robert
10. CARROLL, James 49. TERVIN?, Elisha
11. CLARY, James D. 50. TULES, John
12. DEBROW, John 51. WARD, William
13. DEBROW, Morgan 52. WOOD, Bryant
14. DAVIS, Benjamin 53. WARD, Elijah
15. DONNALLY, Arthur 54. WARD, David?
16. EVANS, Enos
17 FOLK, Leven
18. FUQUA, Randolph
19. GASKINS, John
20. GASKINS, William
21. GARTMAN, Joab
22. GARTMAN, David
23. HAVEN, Joseph
24. HART, Daniel
25. HART, Reuben
26. HART, John
27. HART, Isaad
28. HART, Allen
29. KIRKLAND, Caleb
30. LISENBEE, William
31. McLEOD, Daniel
32. McLELLAN,Peter, Jr.
33. MORISON, Norman
34. McDUFFIE, Daiel
35. MORISON, Malcmn
36. McDAVID, John, Sr.
37. McCASKELL, Daniel
38. McCASKELL, Angus
39. McLELLAN, John









VOLUME 2, PP 27-28

Muster Roll of Captain Simon Beckham's Company of the 1st Regiment, 2nd Bri-
gade of the Florida Mounted Militia, Commanded by Col. John Warren, ordered
into service of the United States by his Excellency Gov. Call from the 23d Day
of September 1836 to the 27th Day of January 1837.

On 8 April 1837 at Fort Gilliland, S. Beckham, Captain, certified this muster
roll to accurate and true. On same date and place, L. B. Webster, Capt., 1st
Regt. Art'y, Inspector & Mustering Officer, certified the muster to be true and
accurate.

Remarks: "Capt. Beckham, St. Roberts and a part of the Company in the field
in the campaign and greatly distinguished for their soldierlike
conduct, particularly at the Wahoo Swamp Nov. 21, 1836, when under
my personal command in Col. Pe ?, Division of the Army."
/s/ W. J. Mills, Lt. Col. 1 Battalion, 1st Regt F.M. in US.

The Company was mustered and discharged at Fort Gilliland.

1. Simon BECKHAM, Capt., 1 servant, two horses.
2. Arthur ROBERTS, 1st Lieut., 1 servant; two horses, commanded post at Fort
Lancaster up to 8 Nov., then in field with company.
3. William NIBLACK, 2d Lieut, 1 servant; two horse.

1. Asa ROBERTS, Orderly Sergt., mounted.
2. James OSTEEN, Sergt., mounted.
3. John TURNER, Sergt., mounted.
4. Edward MELSON, Sergt., mounted.

1. William MARCUM, Corpl., mounted.
2. James WEEKS, Corpl., mounted.
3. Lewis PHILIPS, Corpl., mounted.
4. Henry SANE, Corpl., mounted

PRIVATES


1. BARCO, Daniel 18. MIZELL, David, Sr.
2. BARCO, Stephen 19. MIZELL, David, Jr.
3. BRYANT, Sylvester 20. MIZELL, ?
4. CARLISLE, Jessee 21. MIZELL, Morgan
5. COLLINS, C. H. B. 22. NIBLACK, James, horse belongs
6. BOTTLE, Reuben to S. FERNANDEZ
7. CRAWFORD(?), John 23. NIBLACK, Joel
8. DELONY, John 24. NIBLACK, John
9. FERNANDEZ, Steph'n 25. NIBLACK, Samuel, horse belongs
10. FLEMING, John to F. D. PONS
11. HANCOCK, Martin 26. ODAM, Johnson
12. JENNINGS, John 27. ODAM, Lewis
13. KEAN,James M. 28. ODEN, Edward
14. LEDWORTH, Thos. J. 29. OSTEEN, Shadrack
15. MARTIN, Edward 30. OSTEEN, James
16. MIZELL, Enoch 31. OSTEEN, William
17. MIZELL, Joseph 32. OSTEEN, John A.








VOL 2, PP 27-28, PRIVATES, Cont'd

33. OSTEEN, Hezekiah 48. SPARKMAN, E. B.
34. PARISH, Odin 49. STERRETT, Thomas
35. PREVATT, John M. 50. TRACEY, William
36. PREVATT, John, horse belongs 51. WEEKS, Theophilus, Sr.
to A. DIAZ 52. WEEKS, Silas, Sr.
37. PREVATT, Reuben, horse belongs 53. WEEKS, Theophilus, Jr.
to D. ACOSTA 54. WEEKS, Silas, Jr.
38. PEARCE, James C. 55. WEEKS, Ezekiel, horse belongs
39. PEARCE, John to J. G. COOPER
40. PEARCE, William 56. WEEKS, ZaCHARIAH
41. RIDEOUT, Robert 57. WEEKS, John
42. ROBERTS, Zachariah 58. WILLIAMS, Edward
43. ROBERTS, Zach. R. 59. WILLIAMS, Isaac
44. ROBERTS, Ali 60. WOOD, Samuel, h orse belongs
45. SPARKMAN, Stephen to J. G. COOPER
46. SPARKMAN, K. N. 61. YOUNG, John F.
47. SPARKMAN, S. L.


NOTE: No. 32, John A. OSTEEN, killed by the enemy on 15 December 1836.


VOLUME 2, PP 29-30

Muster Roll of Captain Alexander Bell's Company of the Volunteer Infantry Regi-
ment, Brigade of Florida Militia, ordered into the service of the United States
by the Governor of Florida from the 24th Day of June 1856 to the 30th Day of
September 1856.

Certified "on honor" by Alexander Bell, Captain, Commanding Company, on 30
Sept. 1856 that the muster of "No. 3 Company of the Infantry Special Battalion
for the period herein mentioned..." was accurate and just. Certified as an
accurate muster roll by M. Whit Smith, Col., Inspector & Mustering Officer.

1. Alexander BELL, Captain
2. John STEWART, 1st Lieut.
3. ? MILTON, 2nd Lieut.
4. William CALLAHAN, 1st Sgt.
5. Francis W. ROSS, 2d Sgt., deserted on 20 September 1856.
6. Richard WATTS, 3d Sgt.
7. James D. FOSTER, 4th Sgt., deserted 20 September 1856.
8. Thaddeus LAMB, 1st Corpl.
9. Issac HATCH, 2d Corpl.
10. D. C. HASBUCK, 3d Corpl.
11. Benjamin WALKER, 4th Corpl., appointed 1st Corporal 20 September 1856.

PRIVATES

12. M. P. ALLEN 17. James CALLAHAN
13. DANIEL, M. 18. Samuel CALLAHAN
14. Noah P. SUGGS 19. Richard B. THOMAS
15. Noah CASON 20. Paul HATCH
16. George ? 21. Silas HATCH








VOL 2, PP 29-30, PRIVATES, Cont'd

22. James C. HAMILTON 41. Robert WILSON
23. William LEMACKS 42. W. N. FOSTER
24. Thomas SUGGS, furlowed 20 43. Jacob COSTER
days from 19 Aug. 44. J. J. WHITFIELD
25. Mitchell LAMB 45. Wilie KELLY
26. Mitchell REGISTER 46. WIlliam HATCH
27. J. T. LEE, furlowed in 47. Simeon PONCHEN
August 48. Francis H. GILL
28. Jessee LEE 49. William CASON
29. Henry F. HUDSON 50. James ROOKS, deserted; arrested
30. James H. KEITH and brought back by James
31. Alfred BLACK BURK, Sept. 8, 1856.
32. Thomas FERGUSON 51. James H. COOPER
33. Archibald HURST 52. George W. FILLMAN
34. Abner DOCLIFF 53. Mathew D. FILLMAN
35. Patrick HAGANS, died 29th 54. M. MILLER, on extra duty
Sept. 1856 55. Levin J. ELLIS, discharged as
36. William HOWELL ? for one month
37. James A. THREETS 56. Jacob DAVIS
38. Israel MANEN, appointed 3d Sgt. 57. James D. FREERSON
20 Sept 1856 58. B. WHITEHURST
39. Rufus HINES
40. blank

VOLUME 2, PAGE 31

Muster Roll of Captain Jackson Bird's Company of the Ist Regiment, Florida
Mounted Volunteer Militia, Commanded by Col. John Warren, ordered into service
of the United States by Brig.-Gen'l L. Taylor, from the 14th Day of November
1839 to the 14th Day of May 1840.

The Company was mustered by Lt. J. M. Alexander.

On 9 December 1839 at Fort Heileman, Jackson Bird, Captain of the Canpany,
certified this muster roll to be true and accurate "in every particular."
On same date and place, J. M. CLENDENIN, Inspector & Mustering Officer, certi-
fied he had examined the muster and found it to be accurate .

1. Jackson BIRD, Captain
2. Nathan MORTON, 1st Lieut.
3. Cornelius RAIN, 2s Lieut.

1. Joseph MALDEN, Ist Sgt.
2. Isaac HINES, Sergt.
3. Leonard OSTEEN, Sergt.
4. William LANG, Sergt.

1. Richard HARVEY, Corpl.
2. John CHESSER, Corpl.
3. J. T. WILLIAMS, Corpl.
4. John FARLESS, Corpl.









VOL. 2, PAGE 31, Cont'd

PRIVATES

1. ANDREWS, William 35. LOW, A.
2. ALDRIDGE, Isaac 36. LLOYD, Lafayette
3. BAKER, Asa 37. MOTES, Zachariah
4. BAILEY, Robert 38. MORE, Irvin
5. BANDY, William 39. MURRAY, James
6. BROWN, L. P. 40. MURRAY, Richard
7. BENNETT, Hiram 41. MAN, Daniel J.
8. BURNS, Henry 42. NORTON, William
9. CASEY, A. 43. PATRICK, John
10. CHILDS, Isaac 44. PETTY, Washington
11. CONNELLY, John 45. ROE, Peter
12. OOMBS, George 46. ROE, William
13. DAVIS, Samuel 47. ROBINSON, West
14. DARBY, David 48. ROBINSON, Robert
15. FLOYD, Arthur 49. SPARKMAN, John
16. FRY, John N. 50. STARLIN, Francis A.,
17. FALANY, Benjamin 51. SAYERS, R. T.
18. FALANY, Anthony 52. STAFFORD, William
19. FORD, Garry 53. SMITH, Samuel
20. FORD, John 54. SMITH, James W.
21. FORD, William 55. THOMPSON, John
22. GREEN, Isaac 56. TANNER, Wyly
23. GOODRICH, Gilbert A. 57. WILSON, Bird
24. GOLDSBY, William 58. WILLIAMS, W. A.
25. GREEN, Benj. T. 59. WILLIAMS, W. H.
26. HODGES, William 60. WILLIAMS, Roland
27. HAGAN, Jacob 61. WILLIAMS, Thcmas
28. HOGANS, Archibald 62. WILLIAMS, William
29. HOGANS, James 63. WILLIAMS, John D.
30. HARVEY, Andrew J. 64. WAYNE, John
31. INNIS, John 65. WIGGINS, John
32. JOHNS, William 66. WELLS, George W.
33. JOHNS, Jesse A. 67. WAMBLES, Thomas
34. JOHNS, David B. 68. YEOMANS, L.L.

VOLUME 2, PP 32-33

Muster Roll of Captain Jackson Bird's Company of the 1st Regiment of Mounted
Volunteer Florida Militia, Cammanded by Col. John Warren, ordered into service
of the United States by Brig.-Gen'l L. Taylor from the 14th Day of November
1839 to the 14th Day of May 1840.

On 16 May 1840 at Thigpen's Deep Creek, East, Florida, J. Bird, Captain, certi-
fied this muster roll to be true and accurate. S. Churchaill, Major, 3d Art'y
certified that he had inspected the company and honorably discharged same on
the 16th day of May 1840.









VOL 2, PP 32-33, Cont'd

1. Jackson BIRD, Captain 1. Richard HARVEY, Corpl.
2. Nathan NORTON, 1st Lieut. 2. John CHESHIRE, Corpl.
3. Cornelius RAIN, 2d Lieut. 3. J. T. WILLIAMS, Corpl.
4. John FARLIS, Corpl.
1. Joseph MALDEN, 1st Sgt.
2. Isaac HINES, Sergt.
3. Leonard OSTEEN, Sergt.
4. William LANG, Sergt.

PRIVATES

1. ANDREWS, William 41. NORTON, William
2. ALDRIDGE, Isaac P. 42. PATRICK, John
3. BAKER, Asa 43. PETTY, Washington
4. BAILEY, Robert 44. ROE, Peter
5. BANDY, William 45. ROE, William
6. BROWN, L. P. 46. ROBINSON, West
7. BENNETT, Hiram 47. ROBINSON, Robert
8. BURNS,Henry 48. SPARKMAN, John
9. CASEY, A. 49. STARLING, Francis
10. CONNELLY,John 50. SAYRES, R. T.
11. COMBS, George 51. STAFFORD, William
12. DAVIS, Samuel 52. SMITH, Samuel
13. DARBY, Daniel 53. SMITH, James W.
14. FLOYD, Arthur 54. TURNER, Wiley
15. FRY, John N. 55. WILSON, Bird
16. FALANY, Anthony 56. WILLIAMS, W. A.
17. FALANY, Benjamin 57. WILLIAMS, W. H.
18. FORD, Garey 58. WILLIAMS, Roland
19. FORD, John 59. WILLIAMS, Thomas
20. FORD, William 60. WILLIAMS, William
21. GREEN, Isaac 61. WILLIAMS, John D.
22. GREEN, Benjamin T. 62. WAYNE, John
23. GOODRICH, Gilbert B. 63. WIGGINS, John
24. GOLDSBY, William 64. WELLS, George W.
25. HODGES, William 65. WAUBLES, Thomas
26. HAGAN, Jacob 66. YEOMANS, L.L.
27. HOGANS, Archibald 67. CHILDS, Isaac
28. HOGANS, James 68. THOMPSON, John, missing, supposed
29. HARVY, Andrew J., on combat dead from Feb. 20th.
rotation with Capt. BARNUM
30. INNIS, John
31. JOHNS, William
32. JOHNS, Jessee A.
33. JOHNS, David B.
34. LOW, A.
35. LLOYD, Lafayette
36. MOTES, Zachariah
37. MOORE, Irwin
38. MURRY, James
39. MURRY, Richard
40. MAUN, Daniel J.









VOLUME 2, PP 34-35


Muster Roll of Captain J. G. Black's Company of Florida Mounted Volunteers,
Brigade of Florida Militia, commanded by Col. John Warren, ordered into Ser-
vice of the United States by Maj. Gen. McComb(?) from the 9th Day of May 1839
to the 9th Day of November 1839.

On 9 November 1839 at Fort Harllee, E. Fla., J. G. Black, Capt., commanding the
company certified this muster roll to be true and accurate for the period men-
tioned. J. W. Anderson of the 2nd Inf., certified he had inspected and muster-
ed the company.

1. J. G. BLACK, Captain 1. Samuel SMART, 1st Corpl.
2. J. HOPE, Ist Lieut. 2. W. M.JOHNS, Corpl.
3. John J. NIGHT, 2d Lieut. 3. Nathaniel JONES, Corpl.
4. John HACKLE, Corpl.
1. J. W. AYRES, 1st Sgt.
2. Warren MOORE, 2d Sgt. 1. Francis HOGAN, Musician
3. B. MILES, 3d Sgt. 2. WIlliam WARD, Junr., Musician
4. Wn. WARD, Senr., 4th sgt.

PRIVATES

1. John PRICE 32. James PINNER
2. L.L. WAWSBY? 33. Enoch WISWELL
3. Benjamin MOORE 34. Jesse BRANTHAM
4. Henry MOORE 35. David BEATY
5. Richard HOWARD 36. Wn. HOPE, Jr.
6. Thomas CROSBY 37. Briton KNIGHT
7. William MILLS 38. Samuel PARSONS
8. William HOPE, Jr. 39. John SPAREMAN
9. John WIGGINS, Sr. 40. Leonard GIVINS?
10. Jas. MAURY? 41. Actui? PISSNER?
11. Henry SHIRLEY? 42. Jesse STANLEY
12. John SUGGS 43. Seaborn STANLEY
13. Richard WARD 44. A. C. MOTT
14. John R. STANLEY 45. John SMITH
15. Lewis RANDALL 46. Isa. WEST
16. Arch. JOHNS 47. James ALLEN
17. H. SNOWDEN 48. James HIGGENBOTHAM
18. John LEWIS? 49. Emory PRIEST
19. A. SILVESTER 50. Joseph PREVATT
20. J. JOHNS 51. Granville PRIEST
21. David HOPE 52. J. G. TYNER
22. Henry HAMILTON 53. David WILLIAMSON
23. A. SNOWDEN 54. James TURNER
24. Rily MOORE 55. Seth S. PREVATT
25. Jonah GATES
26. John WIGGINS, Jr.
27. John SILVESTER
28. A. C. DANIELS
29. Thomas SMITH
30. J. D. JONES
31. Wm. PINNER









VOLME 2, PP 36-37

Muster Roll of Captain Robt. D. Bradely's Company of the 13th Regiment, 1st
Brigade of the the Florida Militia, Ccamanded by (blank), ordered into ser-
vice of the United States by Gov. Richard K. Call from the ? Day of December
1837 to the llth Day of February 1838.

On 14 February 1838 at San Pedro, R. D. Bradley, Captain, Cammanding the Cam-
pany, certified the muste roll was true, accurate and just. D. H. VINTON
Mustering Officer, certified that he had examined this muster roll on 13 Feb/y
1838 and found it to be true and accurate for the period mentioned.

NOTE: Only the names of 57 Privates were listed on this roll.

PRIVATES

1. AGER, Charles 39. KNIGHT, Jonathan
2. ALLEN, James 40. KNIGHT, Thomas S. T.
3. ARNOLD, George 41. KNIGHT, Wan.
4. BAKER, Bordeau 42. LANGFORD, John
5. BECKSTON, Joseph 43. McDONALD, Alex.
6. BLAIR, Jackson 44. McLIN, James
7. BOYD, Edward, Sr. 45. MORGAN, Reuben, Sr.
8. BOYD, Edward, Jr. 46. *MUNROE, ?
9. BOYD, Henry H. 46. *MUNROE, ?
10. BOYD,James A. 47. *MUNROE, ?
11. BOYD, John 48. *MUNROE, ?
12. BOYD, Ashley 49. *RIMES, ?
13. BOYD, Nathan 50. *ROBERTS, ?
14. BOWLEN, Reuben 51. *SASSER, ?
15. BRANNON, James 52. *SASSER, ?
16. BRANNON, Bryan 53. *SPARKMAN, ?
17. BRYAN, Rich'd W. 54. TOWNSEND, Benj.
18. BURNET, Daniel 55. *TUCKER, ?
19. OOKER, Nathan 56. *WISTER, ?
20. OONE, Fountain 57. *WILLIAMS, ton.
21. CONE, Spencer
22. CRUM,Herman Given names had been taped
23. CRUM, James B. and were not readable.
24. FINCH, Charles
25. GREGORY, Edmodon
26. GREGORY, Samuel
27. GRONTO, David
28. GRONTO, Elijah D.
29. GRONTO, Nathan
30. HENDERSON, D. A.
31. HERRING, David
32. HILL, Berien
33. HILL, Greenberry
34. JIMMISON, D. K.
35. JIMMISON, James
36. KING, Perryman M.
37. KIRKSEY, Charles
38. KIRKSEY, John









VOLUME 2, PP 38-39

Muster Roll of Captain R. D. Bradley's Company of the 13th Regiment, 1st Bri-
gade of Florida Mounted Militia Volunteers, ....Ordered into service of the
United States by Gov. R.K. Call from the llth Day of February 1837 to the llth
Day of 1838 (for a period of 12 months.)

On 13 February 1837 at San Pedro, Capt. R. D. Bradley certified that this
muster roll was a true, accurate and just. D. H. Vinton also certified that
he had on the 13th of February 1838 mustered and minutely inspected the above
named Company of Florida Militia.

1. Robt. D. BRADLEY, Captain, & 1 servant, Dick.
2. John C. WHITE, 1st Lieut., & 1 servant.
3. Neill CAMPBELL, 2d Lieut.

1. Abram LAMB, Ord. Sgt., to be paid as Private from 8 July from commence-
ment. Promoted in place of WIGGINS who was promoted to 1st Lieut.
2. William TAYLOR, 2d Sergt.
3. John CAMPBELL, 3d Sergt.

1. Benj. McLENDON, 1st Corpl.
2. Cravey LAMB, 2d Corpl.
3. Robert WEST, 3d Corpl.
4. Henry CANNON, 4th Corpl.

PRIVATES

1. AGNEW, Francis 28. HOLMAN, Andrew
2. ASHTON, John 29. HARRELL, James H.
3. BRADLEY, James 30. HURST, Bryant
4. BRITT, Anguish 31. HURST, William
5. BOWEN, Right 32. LAMB, S. B.
6. BLEACH, William 33. LANGFORD, Nicholas
7. BELL, Joseph 34. LOPER, J. C.
8. BELL, Abram 35. LOPER, Joshua
9. BASS, ? 36. LASTINGER, Shadrac
10. BOOTH, James 37. MILLER, J. J.
11. BOOTH, Washington 38. McNEIL, James
12. BEVAN, William 39. McLENDON, John
13. OOOKE, G. W. 40. McLAMMA, William
14. COKER, Francis 41. McLENDON, Joel
15. CATTITT, William 42. McGEHEE, Scott
16. COKER, John 43. MURPHY, John
17. COLLINS, Dennis 44. POPPELL, John
18. EDWARDS, Samuel 45. PICKLE, Michael
19. EDWARDS, Sherrod 46. RICHARDSON, S. B.
20. GODWIN, Stephen 47. READ, John
21. GODWIN, Allen 48. REVELS, John
22. GAINEY, Stephen 49. SUGGS, Noah P.
23. GILL, Thomas 50. SEVER, Enoch
24. HENDERSON, William 51. SHAVERS, D. C.
25. HURST, John 52. STREET, Recey
26. HA OVER?, R. S.
27. HURST, David









VOLUME 2, PP 40-41


Muster Roll of Captain R. D. Bradley's Company of Volunteers of the Florida
Militia, Commanded by Lt. Col. Davenport, USA, Ordered into service of the
United States (dates of service were anitted).

On 11 April 1839 at the Plantation of Mr. Miller, Capt. R. D. Bradley, Capt.
certified that this muster roll of his company of Florida Volunteer Mounted
Militia was true, accurate and just. On same date, Lt. S. (L?) M. PLUMMER ,
Inspection & Mustering Officer, certified the muster roll to be a true and
accurate muster at the Plantation of Mr. Miller.

NOTE: The figures following the names represent: miles travelled to place
of rendevouz/value of horse/horse equipment owned by each man.

BRADLEY, R. D., Captain, 6/$150.
CAMPBELL, Neil, 1st Lieut., 15/$110.
WHIDDONS, Ferdinand, 2d Lieut., 15/$125.
STERLING, Levi, Sergt., 10/$110.
EDWARDS, C. H., Sergt., 4/$90.
CONE, Fountain, Sergt., 10/$80.
HOLTON, Jessee, Sergt., 4/$125.
BLEACH, William, Corpl., 15/$100.
STEWARD, John, Corpl., 15/$100.
STREET, William, Corpl., 7/$150.
CATLETT, John, Corpl., 15/$70.
COKER, Allen, Bugler, 15/$80.

PRIVATES

1. AGGNEW, F. W.,10/$50. 25. LANIER, A. T., 16/$115
2. BAKER, J. B., 15/100. 26. LANIER, Lewis, 11/$90
3. BAKER, J. G., 15/$90. 27. LASSER, Joshua, 11/$125.
4. BAKER, James, 15/$90. 28. LASTINGER, Shadrack, 6/$100.
5. BAKER, A. A., 15/$100. 29. LASSER, J. C., 11/$35.
6. BRANNEN, Henry, 7/$65. 30. LINDSEY, Jacob, 6/$65.
7. BRINKLEY, William, 10/$100. 31. LANIER, James, 16/$125.
8. BRANNEN, Bryant, 25/$90. 32. MOORE, M. J. D., 13/$$100.
9. COKER, Daniel, 15/$110. 33. MILLER, J. J., 14/$100.
10. COKER, Nathan, 15/$75. 34. MAYS, R.J., 10/$140.
11. DRIGGERS, Simeon, 3/$90. 35. MARCHALL, Robt., 6/$75.
12. DRIGGERS, Dennis, 16/$125. 36. PICKLES, Michael, 11/$90.
13. DUNN, Matthew, 16/$125. 37. PRINE, R. D., 15/$50.
14. FARNELL, Benj., 6/$50. 38. POPPELL, John, 16/$100.
15. FLETCHER, C. J., 15/$115. 39. PARISH, Hiram, 25/$60.
16. GOODWIN, Stephen, 30/$150 40. PRIGEN, David, 16/$95.
17. GREEN, James, 10/$120. 41. REID, J. D., 6/$95.
18. GAINEY, Stephen, 6/$85. 42. SHEFFIELD, Bryant, 15, $115.
19. GOFF, John, 15/$85. 43. SMITH, Robt., 15/$55.
20. HAMBLEY, Wn., 30/$110. 44. STANLEY, Rabun, 14/$100.
21. HURST, John, 12/$110. 45. STREET, R. H., 15/$120.
22. HAGAN, John, 8/$65 46. SUMMERLIN, Allen, 6/$95.
23. KNIGHT, C. J., 11/$130 47. STANDLAY, Thos., 17/$75.
24. KING, Elias, 20/$110 48. SUGGS, N.D., 25/ ?*









VOL. 2, PP 40-41, PRIVATES, Cont'd

49. *TRIPLETT, Eli 53. *WHITE, J. C.,
50. *TIDWELL, Denpsey 54. WILLIAMS, Stephen, 16/$6o.
51. *TUCKER, A. J. 55. WILLIAMS, James, 8/$105.
52. *WIDDON, William 56. WHITE, Dennis, 10/$95.

*The space for miles travelled and value of horse/horse equipment for
these men was taped over and not readable.


VOLUME 2, PP 42-43


Muster Roll of Captain R. D. Bradley's Ccmpany of Florida Mounted Volunteers
Brigade of the Florida Militia, Cammanded by Col. Wn. Davenport, ordered into
service of the United States by Col. Wn. Davenport from the llth Day of April
1839 to the 10th Day of April 1840.

The Company was mustered 11 April 1839 at the Plantation of Mr. Miller by Lt.
L. M. PLUMMER.

By signature, Capt. R. D. Bradley certified this muster roll to be accurate and
just. On 11 April 1840 at Fort Jackson, S. Burbank, Capt., Inspector and Mus-
tering Officer, certified he had examined the above named company of Florida
Mounted Volunteers and discharged same.

R. D. BRADLEY, Captain
Neill CAMPBELL, 1st Lieut.
Ferdinand WHIDDON, 2d Lieut., killed 21 Feby 1840 near Camp Brannun by the
Seninole Indians in the discharge of his duty.

MOORE, M. J. D., 1st Sgt., appointed 1st Sgt. 15 May 1839.
EDWARDS, C. H., 2nd Sgt.
CONE, Fountain, 3d Sgt.
FLETCHER, C. J., 4th Sgt., appointed 4th Sgt. 15 Sept. 1839.
O'NEILL, J. B., 1st Corpl., appointed 1st Corpl. 15 Nov. 1839.
STEWARD, John, 2d Corpl., mustered at Ft. Downing, 30 Apr. 1839.
GREEN, James, 3d Corpl., appointed 3d Corpl. 30 Apr. 1839.
CATLETT, John, 4th Corpl.
COKER, Allen, Bugler.

PRIVATES


1. AGGNEW, F. W., 7. BARCHLEY, Wm., discharged from
2. BAKER, J. B. service by order fran Gen.
3. BAKER, J. W. TAYLOR on 23 Dec. 1839..
4. BAKER, James 8. BRANNEN, Bryant
5. BAKER, A. A. 9. BLITCH, William
6. BRANNEN, Henry, killed 26 May near 10. COKER, Daniel
Ft. Downing by Seminole Indians. 11. OOKER, Nathan









VOL. 2, PP 42-43, PRIVATES, Cont'd

12. DRIGGERS, Simeon
13. DRIGGERS, Dennis
14. DUNN, Mathew
15. FARNELL, Benjamin
16. GOODWIN, Stephen
17. GAINEY, Stephen
18. GOFF, George
19. HAMBY, William
20. HURST, John; Benjamin WARREN substituted 5/18/'39.
21. HOGAN, John; James McWILLIAMS substituted 4/30/1839.
22. HOLTON, Jessee, resigned as 4th Sgt 9/15/1839.
23. KNIGHT, E. J.
24. KING, Elias; Edward MALVANEY substituted 4/15/1839.
25. LANIER, A.J.
26. LANIER, Lewis
27. LOPER, Joshua
28. LASTINGER, Shadrach
29. LOPER, J. C.
30. LINDSEY, Jacob
31. LANIER, David, absent, sick.
32. MILLER, J. T.
33. MAYS, R. J.; Hardy HUSE substituted 4/17/1839.
34. MARSHEL, Robert
35. PICKLES, Michael; Eli EDINFIELD substituted 7/20/1939.
36. PRINE, R. D.
37. POPPELL, John
38. PARRISH, Hiram
39. PRIGGIN, David; Thomas PAGE substituted 7/25/1839.
40. REID,J. D.; John LINDSEY substituted 4/15/1839.
41. SHEFFIELD, Bryant
42. SNAITH, Robert
43. SANDLEY, Raborn
44. STREET, Rhoson, hospital steward & Asst. Sgt.
45. SUMMERLIN, Allen; Amos PIPKIN substituted.
46. STANDLEY, Thos.; Jacob CHANCEY substituted in August.
47. SUGGS, N. P.; John B. O'NEILL substituted 4/30, appointed Corpl.
15 Nov. 1839.
48. STARLING, L. Guy; resigned 1st Sgt 5/15/1839, A. HADIN substituted 17 May
1839.
49. STREET, William, resigned 3d Corpl. 4/30/1839, William McLO ? substi-
tuted 8/20/1839.
50. TRIPLETT, Eli, killed in line of duty 26 May 2839 by Seminole Indians near
Fort Downing.
51. TIDWELL, Dempsey; D. K. JAMERSON substituted in August; discharged from
service by order of Gen. TAYLOR on the 23rd.
52. TUCKER, A. J.
53. WHIDDEN, William.
54. WHITE, J. C.
55. WILLIAMS, Stephen;; William R. FLETCHER substituted in April 1839.
56. WALLACE, James
57. WHITE, Dennis, on extra duty at hospital for 12 months.









VOLUME 2, PP 44-45

Muster Roll of Captain R. D. Bradley's Canpany of the 1st Regiment, Florida
Mounted Militia, Caomanded by Col. W. J. Bailey, ordered into service of the
United States by the Secretary of War from the 14th Day of March 1841 to the
14th Day of June 1841.

Certified to be a true, accurate and just muster roll for the period mentioned
and signed by R. D. BRADLEY, Captain, Ccmanding Company on 14 March 1841 at
Charles Ferry, East Florida.

By signature on 14 March 1841, S. CHURCHILL, 3d Art'l, Inspector & Mustering
Officer, certified the muster roll to be true and accurate for the term of
three months mentioned.

NOTE: Figures following names indicate number of miles travelled to place of
rendezvous.

1. R. D. BRADLEY, Captain, 35.
2. Nicholes LANKFORD, 1st Lieut., none
3. Elias J. KNIGHT, 2d Lieut., none.

1. Charles J. FLETCHER, 1st Sgt., 30.
2. A. J. WOODS, Sgt., none
3. Solanon ROUSE, Sgt.,none.
4. Simon B. DRIGGERS, Sgt., 30.

1. S. B. LAMB, Corpl., none.
2. John C. LOPER, Corpl., none.
3. Nathan OOKER, Corpl., none.
4. Mitchell TANNER, Corpl., none.

1. Charles RAPP, Bugler, none.
2. Samuel CLARY, Bugler, none.

PRIVATES

1. AGNEW, Francis, none. 19. GROUNS, Thanas, none.
2. ATKINS, John D., none. 20. GOFF, James A., none.
3. BAGGS, John A., none. 21. HAWLEY, William, none
4. BRADLEY, R. H., none. 22. HURST, Bryant, none.
5. BARLOW, John, none. 23. HADEN, Armstead, 35.
6. BAKER, J. B., none. 24. HARRISON, John B., none.
7. BAKER, A. A., none. 25. HENDERSON, William, 35.
8. BONN, Darius, 27. 26. HENDERSON, David, 35.
9. BLUEFIELD, Arnold, none. 27. HARRIN, John, none.
10. COURTNEY, R. H., none. 28. HODGES, John D., 37.
11. CHAPMAN, David, none. 29. HURT, Abraham, 24.
12. COFFEE, William, 35. 30. JOYCE, Wi. F., none.
13. DAVIS, William, none. 31. JONES, Wilford, 35.
14. GANNEY, Stephen, none. 32. KNIGHT, James A., none.
15. GARFIELD, John S., none. 33. KERSEY, Laborn, none.
16. GORDON, John, none. 34. LOPER, Joshua, 27.
17. GILL, Dennis, 35. 35. LANIER, Lewis, 24.
18. GARRY, Michael, none. 36. LANIER, Andrew J., 24.








VOL. 2, PP 44-45, PRIVATES, Cont'd

37. LANIER, David, 34. 52. ROWE, James, none.
38. LEAK, John A., none. 53. SCOTT, Benjamin, none
39. LONG, John S., 27. 54. SIMS, Joseph, none.
40. MOORE, James, none. 55. SEBON, Nichols C., none.
41. MELOR, Peter, none. 56. SEVER, William H., none.
42. MOORE, Joseph, none. 57. SELPH, John J., none.
43. MARTIN, L. F., none. 58. TOWNSEND, John, none.
44. McKINNEY, Wm., 27. 59. WIGGINS, Daniel, none.
45. McKINNEY, Roger, 20. 60. WIGGINS, Richmond, 26.
46. PATTERSON, John H., 20. 61.WIGGINS, John, 26.
47. PARISH, Hiram, 27. 62. WILLIAMS, none.
48. POPPELL, Boyet, absent. 63. WHITE, Dennis, none.
49. RIGHT, William, 27. 64. WILLIAMSON, Solcmon, none.
50. RAGLAND, L. G., 27.
51. ROUSE, James H., none.
VOLUME 2, PP 46-47


Muster Roll of Captain R. D. Bradley's Company of the 1st Regiment, Mounted
Florida Militia, Commanding by Col. W. J. Bailey, ordered into service of the
United States by the Secretary of War from the 14th Day of March 1841 to the
14th Day of April 1841.

On 14 April 1841 at San Pedro, West Florida, Robt. D. BRADLEY, Captain, Cam-
manding the Canpany, by signature certified the muster roll was true, accurate
and just for the period of time mentioned. On the same date and place, S.
CHURCHILL, Maj., 3d Art'y, Inspector & Mustering Officer, certified the muster
roll was true and "honorably discharged the company from the service of the
United States."

NOTE: Figures following names indicate: number of miles travelled to place of
rendevous/distance travelled fran place of discharge to home.

1. R. D. BRADLEY, Captain, 25/0, has kept in service a family servant & two
horses.
2. Nicholes LANKFORD, 1st Lt., 0/30, has kept in service a family servant &
two horses.
3. Elias J.KNIGHT, 2d Lt., 0/0, has kept in service a family servant & two
horses.

1. Charles J. FLETCHER, 1st Sgt., 0/0.
2. A. J. WOODS, Sgt., 30/20.
3. Solanon ROUSE, Sgt., 0/20.
4. Simen B. DRIGGERS, Sgt., 0/20.

1. S. B. LAMB, Corpl., 30/20.
2. John C. LOPER, Corpl., 0/20.
3. Nathan COKER, Corpl., 0/20.
4. Mitchel TANNER, Corpl., 0/20.

1. Charles RAPP, Bugler, 0/20.
2. Samuel CLARY, Bugler, 0/20.









VOL. 2, PP 46-47, Cont'd

PRIVATES


1. AGNEW, Francis, 0/20.
2. BAGGS, John A., 0/20.
3. BRADLEY, R. H., 0/30.
4. BARLOW, John, 27/20; sick at Fort Jackson.
5. BAKER, J. B., 27/20.
6. BAKER, A. A., 27.20.
7. BONN, Darius, 0/20.
8. BLUEFIELD, Arnold, 0/20.
9. COURTNEY, R. K., 0/20; desert fran Fort Jackson Apr. 13th. Due Solomon
ROUSE, $20.00.
10. CHAPMAN, David, 35/20.
11. COFFEE, William, 0/20.
12. DAVIS, William, 0/20.
13. GANNEY, Stephen, 0/20.
14. GARFIELD, John S., 0/30; sick at Fort. Jackson.
15. GORDON< John, 0/20.
16. GILL, Dennis, 20/20.
17. GARRY, Michael, 0/20.
18. GROUNS, Thanas, 0/20.
19. GOFF, James, A., 0/20.
20. HAWLEY, William, 0/20.
21. HURST, Bryant, 0/20.
22. HADEN, Armstead, 35/30.
23. HARRISON, John W., 0/20.
24. HENDERSON, Wm. G., 35/20.
25. HENDERSON, David, 35/30.
26. HARRIN, John, 0/20.
27. HODGES, John D., 27/30.
28. HURT? HURST?, Abraham, 34/30.
29. JOYCE, William F., 0/20.
30. JONES, Wilford, 35/20.
31. KNIGHT, James A., 0/20.
32. KERSEY, Liburn, 0/20.
33. LOPER, Joshua, 37/20.
34. LANIER, Lewis, 34/20.
35. LANIER, Andrew J., 24/20.
36. LANIER, David, 24/20.
37. LEAK, John W., 0/20.
38. LONG, John S., 27/20.
39. MOORE, James, 0/20.
40. MELOR, Peter, 0/20.
41. MOORE, Joseph, 0/20.
42. MARTIN, D. F., 27/20.
43. McKINNEY, Wm., 0/20.
44. McKINNEY, Roger, 0/20, owed $19.37, equipment.
45. PATTERSON, John H., 0/20.
46. PARISH, Hiram, 0/0.
47. POPPELL, Boyet, 0/27.
48. RIGHT, William, 0/27.
49. RAGLIN, L. G., 0/0.









VOL. 2, PP 46-47, PRIVATES, Cont'd

50. ROUSE, James H., 0/0.
51. ROWE, James, 0/0.
52. SCOTT, Benjamin, 0/0.
53. SIMS, Joseph, 0/0.
54. SEBON, C. Nichols, 0/0.
55. SEVER, William H., 0/0.
56. SELPH, John J., 0/0.
57. TOWNSEND, John, 0/0.
58. WIGGINS, Daniel, 0/26.
59. WIGGINS, Richard, 0/26.
60. WIGGINS, John, 0/0.
61. WILLIAMS, Manning, 0/0.
62. WHITE, Dennis, 0/0.
63. WILLIAMSON, Solomon, 0/0.

ATKINS, John D., Pvt., deserted at Fort Pleasant Apr. 10th. Due
Solcmon ROUSE, $2.50.



VOLUME 2, PP 48-49

Muster Roll of Captaian Robert D. Bradley's Independent Company of the Florida
Foot Volunteers, ordered into service of the United States by Brig.-Gen'1 Wn.
S. Harney from the 21st Day of February 1854 for 6 months unless sooner dis-
charged. Mustered at Fort Dade, Fla.

On 21 February 1857 at Fort Dade, Fla., by signature, Robt. D. BRADLEY, Capt.,
Commanding Company, certified that this muster roll was true, accurate and
just. On same date and place, W. W. MONI ?, Maj., 4th Art'y, Inspector and
Mustering Officer certified the muster to be true and accurate.

1. Robert D. BRADLEY, Captain, age 54.
2. Wilson C. WILLIAMS, 1st Lieut., age 40.
3. David HOPE, 2d Lieut., age 35.

1. William M. GARRISON, 1st Sgt., age 34.
2. John ADAMS, Sergt., age 27.
3. Jacob WELLS, Sergt., age 44.
4. Moses DANIEL, Sergt., age 37.

1. William CASSADY, Corpll., age 45.
2. James A. JONES, Corpl., age 24.
3. Andrew A. BOYET, Corpl., age 20.
4. John GANT, Corpl., age 30.

1. Jason GANT, Musician, age 28.
2. John W. DARBEY, Musician, age 21.









VOL. 2, PP 48-49, Cont'd

PRIVATES

1. BASSETT, John, age 45. 52. PHELPS, Joseph A., age 45.
2. BASSETT, John F., age 18. 53. PLUMBY, Daniel, age 55.
3. BEVELL, Granville, age 33. 54. PINKSTON, James F., age 43.
4. CASSADY, Allen J., age 32. 55. PIERCE, Samuel J., age 32.
5. COURSEY, G. W., age 33. 56. RIVERS, John D., age 45.
6. CHRISTIAN, W. M., age 29. 57. RIVERS, Walter S., age 19.
7. CRUM, James B., age 31. 58. RIVERS, John S., age 18.
8. CRUM, Richard R., age 55. 59. RIVERS, Plato, age 17.
9. COLEMAN, John, age 24. 60. REGISTER, Geroge W., age 24.
10. OONDREY, James A., age 27. 61. STRANGE, Peter, age 45.
11. OOLLINS, David, age 22. 62. SHARP, Charles W., age 26.
12. DOUGLASS, Stephen, age 44. 63. STAFFORD, Wn. H ., age 42.
13. E ? ECKS, Andrew S., age 26. 64. SWICORD, Joseph, age 30.
14. EUBANK, William D., age 32. 65. TUCKER, Jesse H., age 29.
15. GRIFFIN, William, age 40. 66. THOMPSON, Jesse M., age 36.
16. GAY, Joel, age 18. 67. THOMPSON, Moses, age 43.
17. FUSSELL, John W., age 20. 68. TINER, Wilson, age 22.
18. HOPE, William, age 46. 69. WHITE, Henry, age 45.
19. HAWTHORN, Kedar, age 25. 70. WILLIAMS, Robert H., age 42.
20. HANCOCK, James W. J., age 21. 71. WILLIAMS, Alexander, age 18.
21. HARN, James, age 23. 72. WHITEHURST, Levi S., age 40.
22. HAND, James H., age 22 73. WOOLLEY, Aaron, age 27.
23. HARRELL, John W., age 45. 74. This name taped over, not readable.
24. HART, William J., age 37.
25. HANCOCK, Henry, age 34.
26. JOHNSTON, Charles N., age 45.
27. JOHNSTON, Washington, age 18.
28. JOHNSTON, William M., age 24.
29. JOHNSTON, Charles R., age 1?.
30. JONES, Mathew E., age 3?.
31. JACKSON, William, age 4?.
32. JACKSON, George W., age 34.
33. KYLE, Carman, age 34.
34. LINK, Franklin, age 33.
35. LEE, John C., age 26.
36. LANIER, Isaac, age 42.
37. LANIER, John G., age 19.
38. MATTAIR, James S., age 45.
39. MOBLY, John, age 45.
40. MUNCHIE, James H., age 23.
41. MARSH, James, age 39.
42. McGEACHEY, Malccm, age 21.
43. McMIM, Charles J., age 30.
44. McNATT, John B., agd 34.
45. McHENRY, Thcmas P., age 30.
46. McGEACHEY, Alexander P., age 27.
47. NETTLES, Isaac, age 23.
48. NEWBERRY, Hezekiah, age 30.
49. OSMUN, Robert E., age 45.
50. ONEIL, William D., age 22.
51. PETERSON, Peter, age 44.









VOLUME 2, PP 50-51


Muster Roll of Capt. Robert D. Bradley's Independent Foot Company of Volun-
teers, called into the service of the United States by Bvt.-Brig. Gen'l U. S.
Harney under instructions from War Dept., AGO, 14th November 1856 at Fort Dade,
Fla., from the 21st Day of February 1857 to serve for the term of 6 months,
unless sooner discharged. The Company was organized by Capt. Robert D. Bradley
at Fort Dade, Fla in the month of February 1857.

The muster roll was certified by signature, R. D. BRADLEY, Capt., as being
true, accurate and just.

On 20 August 1857 at Fort Dade, Fla., S. D. LEE, 1st Lt., 4th Art'y, Mustering
Officer, certified that the "allowances, stoppages and remarks to be justly and
properly stated". He mustered and honorably discharged the company on the same
date.

1. Robert D. BRADLEY, Captain, age 54.
2. Wilson C. WILLIAMS, 1st Lieut., age 40.
3. David HOPE, 2d Lieut., age 35.

1. William N. JOHNSTON, 1st Sgt., age 24. Appointed 1st Sgt. from Private
May 14, 1857 vice GARRISON reduced.
2. Jacob WILES, Sgt., age 44.
3. Moses DANIEL, Sgt., age 37. Appointed Sgt. fran Private April 30, 1857
vice G. ADAMS reduced.
4. Robert H. WILLIAMS, Sgt., age 42.

1. William CASSADY, Corpl., age 45.
2. James A. JONES, Corpl., age 24.
3. John GANT, Corpl., age 30.
4. Richard R. CRUM, Corpl., age 35. Appointed Corporal from Private April
30, 1857 vice BOYET reduced.

1. Jason GANT, Musician, age 28.
2. John W. DARBEY, Musician, age 21.

PRIVATES

1. ADAMS, John, age 27. Reduced from Sgt. Apr. 30, 1857.
2. BASSETT, John, age 45.
3. BASSETT, John F., age 18.
4. BEVELL, Granville, age 33.
5. BOYET, Andrew A., age 20. Reduced fran Corporal Apr. 30, 1857.
6. CASSADY, Allan J., age 32.
7. CHRISTIAN, W. M., age 29.
8. CROMM, James B., age 31.
9. COLEMAN, John, age 22.
10. OOUDREY, James A., age 27
11. ? David
12. DOUGLASS, Stephen, age 44.
13. ENICKS, Andrew S., age 26.
14. EUBANK, William D., age 32.
15. GARRISON, William M., age 34. Reduced from 1st Sgt. May 14, 1857.








VOL. 2, PP 50-51, PRIVATES, Cont'd

16. GRIFFIN, William, age 40. 67. TOMPSON, Jesse M., age 36.
17. GAY, Joel, age 18. 68. THOMPSON, Moses, age 43.
18. FUSSELL, John W., age 20. 69. TINER, Wilson, age 22.
19. HOPE, William, age 46. 70. WHITE, Henry, age 45.
20. HAWTHORN, Redan, age 25. 71. WILLIAMS, Alex'dr R., age 18
21. HANCOCK, James M. J.,a ge 21. 72. WHITEHURST, Levi S., age 40.
22. HARN, James, age 23. 73. WOOLLEY, Aaron, age 27.
23. HAND, James H., age 22. 74. GEIGER, Joseph, age 24.
24. HARVELL, John W., age 45.
25. HART, William J., age 37. DIED:
26. HANCOCK, Henry, age 34.
27. JACKSON, James W., age 19. 1. OOURSEY, George W., age 33.
28. JOHNSTON, Charles N., age 45. Died Mar. 3, 1857 ata Camp
29. JOHNSTON, Washington, age 18. Page, Fla.
30. JOHNSTON, Charles R., age 16.
31. JONES, Mathew E., age 34.
32. JACKSON, William A., age 44.
33. JACKSON, George W., age 34.
34. KYLE, Carman, age 34.
35. LINK, Franklin, age 33.
36. LEE, John C., age 26.
37. LANIER, Isaac, age 42.
38. LANIER, John G., age 19.
39. MATTAIR, James L., age 45.
40. MOBLEY, John, age 45.
41. MUNCHIE, James H ., age 23.
42. MARSH, James, age 39.
43. McGEACHEY, Malcma, age 21.
44. McMIM, Charles J., age 30.
45. McNATT, James B., age 34.
46. McHENRY, Thomas P., age 30.
47. McGEACHEY, Alex'r P., age 27.
48. NETTLES, Isaac, age 23.
49. NEWBERRY, Hezekiah, age 30.
50. OSMAN, Robert E., age 45.
51. ONEIL, William D., age 22; absent,
sick fran Ft. Dade, Fla.
52. PETERSON, Peter, age 44
53. PHELPS, Joseph P., age 45.
54. PLUMBY, Daniel, age 55.
55. PINKSTON, James T., age 43.
56. PIERCE, Samuel J., age 32.
57. RIVERS, John D., age 45.
58. RIVERS, Walter S., age 19.
59. RIVERS, John L., age 18.
60. RIVERS, Plato, age 17.
61. REGISTER, George W., age 24.
62. STRANGE, Peter, age 45.
63. SHARP, Charles W., age 26.
64. STAFFORD, William H., age 42.
65. SWICORD, Joseph, age 30.
66. TUCKER, Jessee H., age 29.








VOLUME 2, PP 52-53


Descriptive Roll of Captain John W. Brady's Company, Regiment of Florida Mili-
tia, Mustered out of service on February 5, 1858.

This Roll consisted of ten lined columns headed as follows: (1) Rank, (2)
Names, (3) Town/Country, (4) Where Born, State or Kingdom, (5) Height (feet),
(6) Height (inches), (7) Complexion, (8) Color of eyes, (9) Color of hair, and
(10) Occupation.

Capt. John W. BRADY, Mandarin; Fla., 5'7-1/2", light-light-dark, farmer.
1 Lt. John C. CANOVA, St. Augustine; Fla., 5'7", dark-dark-dark, carpenter.
2 Lt. Ramon CANOVA, St. Augustine; Fla., 5'6", light-dark-dark, printer.
Sgt. John BOWDEN, Mandarin; Fla, 5'11", light-dark-dark, farmer.
Sgt. John LOURCEY, Mandarin; Fla., 5'9", dark-light-dark, laborer.
Sgt. Burton WILLIAMS, St. Augustine; Fla., 5'8", light-dark-light, farmer.
Sgt. Joseph P. MASTERS, Mandarin; Fla., 5'10", dark-dark-dark-farmer.
Cpl. James GARDINER, Jacksonville; Louisiana, 5'10", light-light-light-clerk.
Cpl. Bartholenew D. PONCE, St. Augustine; Fla., 6'11", light-dark-dark,
cigar maker.
Cpl. Thomas LaFOY, Savannah; S.C., 5'7", dark-dark-dark, carpenter.
Cpl. Andrew S. PACETTY, Savannah; Fla., 5'7", dark-dark-dark, cigar maker.
Bugl. Charles S. HANSFORD, Jacksonville; Fla., 5'9", dark-dark-dark,
carpenter.
Bugl. John FERRELL, Savannah; Louisanna, 5'3", light-light-dark, laborer.
Farr. Stephen W. CUNNINGHAM, Savannah; S.C., 5'11", light-light-dark,
merchant.
Pvt. BEACH, Arch., Savannah; Ga., 5'7-1/2", light-light-dark, laborer.
Pvt. BEARDIN, Simeon R., Mandarin; Fla., 5'8", light-light-light, laborer.
Pvt. BOWDEN, William, Mandarin; Fla., 5'7", light-dark-dark, laborer.
Pvt. BRANCH, William P., Savannah; S.C., 5'11", light-light-dark, carpenter.
Pvt. BROWN, Zephaniah, Jacksonville; Fla., 5'10", light-light-light, mason.
Pvt. CADE, Albert, Brunswick; Ga., 5'6", dark-dark-dark, laborer.
Pvt. CARTER, William, Brunswick; New Orleans, La., 5'11", light-light-light,
laborer.
Pvt. CARRELL, George L., Savannah; Ga., 5'7", dark-light-dark, laborer.
Pvt. CASON, William, Mandarin; Ga., 5'9", light-light-light, laborer.
Pvt. CONWAY, Richard H., Savannah; Ga., 5'5", light-light-light, plasterer.
Pvt. CREWS, William, Savannah; Ga., 5'7", dark-dark-dark, laborer.
Pvt. DAVIS, Lewis G., Savannah; Ga., 5'8", dark-light-ight, laborer.
Pvt. EADY, John J., Savannah; S.C., 5'7", light-light-light, laborer.
Pvt. EADY, William T., Savannah; S.C., 5'11-1/2", light-light-light, painter.
Pvt. FERRELL, Timothy, Savannah; Ga., 5'6", dark-dark-dark, laborer.
Pvt. FISCHER, John R., Savannah; Ga., 5'7", light-dark-light, laborer.
Pvt. GARDENER, Charles, Mandarim; Fla., 5'8", dark-dark-dark, laborer.
Pvt. GARDENER, George, Mandarin; Fla., 5'8", dark-dark-dark, laborer.
Pvt. GARDENER, Lewis, Mandarin; Fla., 5'8", dark-dark-dark, laborer.
Pvt. GIGER, John, Mandarin; Fla., 5'8", dark-light-light, farmer.
Pvt. GRACES, Lawrence, St. Augustine; Fla., 5'9", dark-dark-dark, farmer.
Pvt. GRAVES, William W., Savannah; N.Y., 5'8", light-light-light, laborer.
Pvt. GREEN, Joseph, Savannah; S.C., 5'7-1/2", light-light-dark, tinner.
Pvt. GRIFFIS, James H., Jacksonville; Fla., 5'11", light-light-dark, laborer.
Pvt. HANFORD, Alford, Fernandina; Fla., 5'10", light-light-dark, carpenter.
Pvt. HARTLEY, Benjamin F., Mandarin; Fla., 5'5", light-light-light, laborer.








VOL. 2, PP 52-53, PRIVATES, Cont'd

Pvt. HARTLEY, Gabriel, Mandarin; Fla., 5'9", light-light-light, laborer.
Pvt. HARTLEY, Joseph, Mandarin; Fla., 5'8", light-light-light, laborer.
Pvt. HAGANS, Edward, Brunswick; Ireland, 5'10", light-light-dark, laborer.
Pvt. HAYNES, Thomas, Savannah; Ga., 5'6", light-light-light, laborer.
Pvt. KELLY, James F., Jacksonville; Ga, 5'9", dark-dark-dark, laborer.
Pvt. MAINARD, Henry P., Jacksonville; S.C., 5'7", light-light-light, laborer
Pvt. MALONE, John, Jacksonville; ( ? ), 5'6", light-light-light, laborer.
Pvt. MARTIN, Valentine, Savannah; ( ? ), 5'8", light-light-light, laborer.
Pvt. MORRIS, John, Brunswick; ( ? ), 5'11", light-light-light, laborer.
Pvt. MURRY, John, Jacksonville; New Orleans, La., 5'7", light-light-light,
laborer.
Pvt. PACETIY, Victoriana, St. Augustine; Fla., 5'7-1/2", light-light-dark,
laborer.
Pvt. PADGETT, Allen, Savannah; Ga, 5'5-1/2", dark-dark-dark, plasterer.
Pvt. PARKER, Richard, Ocella; Fla., 5'8", light-light-light, laborer.
Pvt. PARKER William A., Ocella; Fla., 5'8", light-light-light, laborer.
Pvt. ROBISON, John A., Jacksonville; Fla., 5'8-1/2", light-light-light,
laborer.
Pvt. ROCKNER, Junious, Savannah; Germany, 5'5", light-light-light, clerk.
Pvt. SAUNDERS, Daniel W., Mandarin; Fla., 5'7", dark-light-dark, farmer.
Pvt. SHEFFIELD, Jeremiah S., Savannah; Ga., 5'11-1/2", light-light-light,
laborer.
Pvt. PIKES, Josiah, St. Mary; Ga., 5'8", light-light-light, wheelwright.
Pvt. PIKES, William H., St. Mary; Ga., 5'9", light-light-light, laborer.
Pvt. SPARKMAN, Alfred, Mandarin; Fla., 5'10", light-light-light, laborer.
Pvt. SPARKMAN, Lewis, Palatka; Fla., 5'10", dark-light-dark, laborer.
Pvt. SPARKMAN, Luke, Mandarin; Fla., 5'10", light-light-dark, laborer.
Pvt. STANFORD, Thomas, Black Creek; Fla., 5'7", dark-dark-dark, laborer.
Pvt. STANCELL, Nathan W., Jacksonville; Ga., 5'8", light-light-light, lab'r.
Pvt. THOMAS, Hamilton, Brunswick; Ga., 5'7", dark-light-dark, laborer.
Pvt. TOUGES, John 0., Mandarin; Fla., 5'4", dark-dark-dark, laborer.
Pvt. WEEKS, Thomas, Fernandina; Fla., 5'7-1/2", light-light-light, laborer.
Pvt. WHITESIDES, John W., Brunswick; Ga., 5'9", light-light-light, laborer.
Pvt. WILKINSON, Thos. J., Savannah; Carolina, 5'7", light-light-light, laborer
Pvt. WILLIAMSON, in., Savannah; Carolina, 5'10", dark-dark-dark, laborer.
Pvt. WRIGHT, Thomas, Savannah; Ala., 5'7-1/2", light-dark-light, printer.
Pvt. WALKER, Isham, Ocella; Fla., 5'9", dark-dark-dark, laborer.
Pvt. McLEOD, Angus, Ocella; Fla., 5'10-1/2", dark-dark-dark, laborer.
Pvt. SMITH, Littleton, Ocella; Fla., 5'10-1/2", light-light-dark, laborer.
Pvt. McKUEY, Benjamin, Ocella; ( ? ), ----, light-light-light, laborer.
Pvt. EVENS, Richard, Ocella; N.J., 5'7", light-light-light, laborer.
Pvt. DONALDSON, John, Palatka; Fla., 5'6", light-light-light, laborer.
Pvt. SPARKMAN, Stephen, Palatka; Fla., 5'6", light-light-light, laborer.
Pvt. DONALDSON, William H., Palatka; Fla., 5'7", light-light-light, farmer.
Pvt. SPARKMAN, Daniel G., Palatka; Fla., 5'7", light-light-light, laborer.
Pvt. MARTIN, Hiram, Ocella; Fla., 5'9", dark-dark-dark, laborer.
Pvt. McKUEY, John, Ocella; Ala., 5'8", light-light-light, farmer.







VOLUME 2, PP 54-55


Muster Roll of Captain John Broers Company of the 2nd Regiment, Brigade of
Florida Militia (Foot), Commanded by Col. F.L. Dancy, ordered into service of
the United States by the Secretary of War from the 29th Day of December 1840 to
the 29th Day of March 1841.

On 29 December 1840 at St. Augustine, Fla., Capt. John Broers certified by his
signature that this muster roll was true, accurate and just. On the same date
and place, S. Churchill, Maj., 3rd Art'y, by signature certified this roll to
be accurate and that he had mustered the company into the service of the United
State for a term of three months.

1. John P. BROER, Captain 1. Washington IVES, Corpl.
2. James PELLICER, Ist Lieut. 2. Francis CERCOPOLY, Corpl.
3. Joseph SUMMERALL, 2d Lieut. 3. Donato BRAVO, Corpl.
4. Joseph HOGAN, Corpl.
1. Jno. M. J. BOWDEN, 1st Sgt.
2. Daningo USINA, Sgt. 1. George PETTY, Jr., Drummer
3. James M. FLINN, Sgt. 2. Andrew PACETTY, Drummer
4. Laurence ANDREU, Sgt.

PRIVATES

1. ANDREU, Donata 31. HAGEN, Anthony, Sr. 61. SOLANO, Manuel
2. ANDREU, Michael 32. HAGEN, Thomas 62. TIBOG, William
3. ARNAU, James 33. HAGEN, William 63. USINA, Michael
4. ARNAU, Francis 34. HAMILTON, Jno. L. 64. ANDICAN?, Thomas
5. BOWDEN, Uriah 35. HERNANDEZ, Diego
6. BOWDEN, John M. 36. HERNANDEZ, Joseph
7. BELLKNAPP, Jefferson 37. HANNON, John
8. BRAVO, Gregorio 38. LAURENCE, A. A. D.
9. COFFEE, Joshua 39. LOFTIN, William
10. CATES, Abraham 40. LOPEZ, Stephen
11. CAPO, Gabriel 41. LOPEZ, Augustine
12. CAPO, John 42. LAMBIAS, Antonio
13. CAPELLA, Peter 43. LAMBIAS, Gercmo
14. CAPELLA, Manuel 44. MURRAY, Jackson
15. CAPELLA, Lawrence 45. MURRY, Thomas
16. CAMPBELL, William 46. MASTERS, Peter
17. CANOVA, John 47. OATES, John A.
18. DUKES, Richarhd 48. PETTY, George
19. FLINN, William 49. PETTY, Elijah
20. FITZGERALD, Michael 50. PACETTY, Bartolo
21. FARRO, George W. 51. PACETTY, Joseph
22. GEIGER, John 52. PELLICER, Antonio
23. GARDNER, Lewis 53. READ, Calvin
24. GOMEZ, Phillip 54. REYNOLDS, William
25. HARTLEY, Fred'k 55. ROHERS, Ramon
26. HARTLEY, Fred'k, Sr. 56. SLOUNE, Michael
27. HARTLEY, George, Jr. 57. SHELDON, John D.
28. HARTLEY, Wm. 58. SALAS, Donato
29. HARTLEY, John 59. SWAN, Pat'k
38. HARTLEY, Henry 60. SANCHEZ, MaNUEL









VOLUME 2, PP 56-57

Muster Roll of Captain John T. Broder's Company in the 2nd Regiment of Florida
Mounted Volunteers, commanded by Colonel F. L. Dancy, called into service of
the United States by th4e Secretary of War to serve for a term of 3 months from
the date of enrollment, unless sooner discharged, from the 29th day of December
1840 to the 29th Day of March 1841.

On 29 March 1841 at St. Augustine, Fla., Capt. J. T. Broder and Maj. S. Church-
ill certified this muster roll to be accurate for the period mentioned and that
he, Maj. Churchill, had honorably discharged this "Florida Foot Cmapany" from
the service of the United States.

1. John T. BRODER, Captain
2. James PELLICIER, 1st Lieut.
3. Joseph E. SUMMERALL, Lieut.

1. Jno. M. J. BOWDEN 1st Sgt., absent with leave frma Capt. fran March 27th.
2. Dcmingo USINA, Sgt.
3. James M. FLINN, Sgt.
4. Laurence ANDREU, absent with leave frma Capt. from March 27th.

1. Washington IVES, Corpl.
2. Francis CERCOPOLY, Corpl.
3. Donato BRAVO, Corpl.
4. Joseph HOGAN, Corpl.

1. Geoge PETTY, Jr., Bugler
2. Andrew PACETTY, Fifer.

PRIVATES

1. ANDREU, Donato 19. FLINN, William
2. ANDREU, Michael 20. FARRO, Geo. W.
3. ARNAU, James, sick at St. 21. GEIGER, John, sick at Mandarin
Augustine. from March 27th.
4. ARNAU, Francis 22. GARDNER, Lewis
5. BOWDEN, Uriah 23. GOMEZ, Phillip
6. BOWDEN, John M., absent at 24. HARTLEY, Fred'k, Sr., sick at
Mandarin, cause unknown, Mandarin fran March 27th.
from March 27th. 25. HARTLEY, Fred'k
7. BELLKNAPP, Jefferson 26. HARATLEY, George
8. BRAVO, Gregorio 27. HARTLEY, Wn.
9. COFFEE, Joshua 28. HARTLEY, John
10. CATES, Abraham 29. HARTLEY, Henry
11. CAPO, Gabriel 30. HAGIN, Anthony, Sr., sick at Man-
12. CAPO, John darin from March 27th.
13. CAPELLA, Peter 31. HAGIN, Thcmas, sick at Mandarin
14. CAPELLA, Manuel from March 27th.
15. CAPELLA, Laurence 32. HAGIN, William, absent from Man-
16. CAPELLA, William, sick at darin, cause unknown, from 3/27.
Mandarin from March 27th. 33. HAMILTON, John S., absent fran
17. CANOVA, John Mandarin from March 27th.
18. DUKES, Richard 34. HERNANDEZ, Diego








VOL. 2, PP 56-57, PRIVARS, Cont'd

35. HERNANDEZ, Joseph No number FITZGERALD, Michael
36. HANNON, John MURRAY, Thomas
37. LAURENCE, J. A. D., sick at
Mandarin from March 27th. REMARKS
38. LOFTIN, William
39. LOPEZ, Stephen Mustering Officer is informed that
40. LOPEZ, Augustine Pvt. John CAPO has been for years a
41. LAMBIAS, Stephen Scout; that Peter CAPPELLA is Asst.
42. LAMBIAS, Geromo Pilot; that Sgt. Dncingo USINA has
43. LAMBIAS, Antonio been employed in N ? Masters at St.
44. MURRAY, Jackson Augustine since Dec. 11th. and Corpl.
45. MASTERS, Peter Denato BRAVO since Feb 18th and Pvt.
46. OATES, John A., absent with- Gregoro BRAVO from llth Dec to Feb.
out leave fran Mandarin 28th each at $2.25 a day. By acknow-
fram March 27th. ledgement of the Captain, Pvt. Uriah
47. PETTY, George BOWDEN, William CAPELLA, Fred'k
48. PETTY, Elijah HARTLEY, Anthony HAGIN, Sr.,
49. PACETTY, Bartolo HAGIN are now at Mandarin.
50. PACETTY, Joseph
51. PELLICER, Antonio
52. READ, Calvin
53. REYNOLDS, William
54. ROHERS, Ramon

NOTE: Names of Nos. 55 through 58
were taped over and undreadable.

59. EDMUNDS, ?
60. TIBOE, William
61. USINA, Michael
62. ANDICAN, Thomas









VOLUME 2, PP 58-59


Muster Roll of Captain Jno. T. Broder's Company of the 1st Regiment of Florida
Militia Volunteers, commanded by Col. John Warren, received into service of the
United States by Maj. Gen. T. S. Jessup, Commander of the Army of the South,
frame the 19th Day of June to the 19th Day of December 1837.

This muster roll certified to be true for "the period herein mentioned" and
that is is accurate and just. /s/ Capt. John T. Broder

On 19 December 1837 at Jacksonville, East Florida, John H. Winder, 1st Lt. 1st
Regt ATY, Inspector and Mustering Officer, certified this muster roll to be
true and that comments set beside names were true and accurate.

1. John T. BRODER, Capt., promoted fram 1st Lieut. to Captain on 7 Sept.
1837. Simon, his servant.
2. Joseph E. SUMMERALL, 1st Lieut., elected 2d Lt. from Private 7 Sept. 1837
Praooted 1st Lt. 23d (mo?) 1837. Philip, his servant.
3. William HAGIN, 2d Lieut., elected 2d Lt. from Private 7 Sept. 1837. Jack,
his servant.

1. James PLUMMER, 1st Sgt.
2. J. M. J. BOWDEN, 2d Sgt., extra duty in the Sick Dept.
3. John A. SUMMERALL, 3d Sgt.
4. Michael FITZGERALD, 4th Sgt., absent sick; found his own arms.

1. John BLACK, 1st Corpl.
2. Harrison CROAK, Corpl., horse died of disease contracted in service.
3. Josiah HAGIN, Corpl.
4. John P. BROWN, Corpl.

1. John COHEN, Musician
2. Henry COHEN, Musician.



PRIVATES

1. BOWERS, George U., absent sick; arms accounted for.
2. BAYLEY, Thomas
3. BLACK, William
4. BELLKNAP, J. P.
5. BOWDEN, John, Sr.
6. BOWDEN, Uriah
7. CLEMENCE?, Ruben, absent, sick.
8. COFFEE, Joshua A.
9. ? William, absent with leave.
10. FLINN, James A.
11. GREENSTREET, Thomas, horse died of disease contracted in service.
12. GILBERT, Abner
13. GILBERT, John










VOL. 2, PP 58-59, PRIVATES, Cont'd

14. GRAVES, Joseph
15. GARDNER, Thomas
16. GARDNER, William
17. GARDNER, Lewis
18. HANNAN, John
19. HAMILTON, John S., absent, sick; found his own arms.
20. HARTLEY, John, Jun.
21. HUDNELL, Francis S.
22. HARTLEY, Henry
23. HAGIN, Anthony; horse died of disease contracted in service, arms
accounted for.
24. HARTLEY, John, Senr.
25. HARTLEY, George, absent, sick; found his own arms.
26. HARMLEY, Nathaniel, absent, sick; found his own arms.
27. HAGIN, Thomas
28. HARTLEY, William
29. IVES, WAshington M.
30. JAMES, James
31. KEATING, R. T.
32. LASSEARE, John
33. LOFTON, William
34. MALPERS, William
35. PETTY, George, Senr.
36. PETTY, Elijah; horse died of disease contracted in service.
37. PETTY, George, Jun., absent, sick, found his own arsm.
38. PRITCHARD, Robt. L. H.
39. READ, Calvin
40. ROACH, Maurice
41. STEVENSON, James, absent sick; horse died of disease contracted in
service.
42. SALAS, Joseph
43. STRAND,John
44. SLOANE, Michael, absent, sick, found his own arms.
45. SAVERY, Nicholas
46. TUCKER, Willoughby, absent. sick, found his own arms.
47. THOMSON, James, absent, on leave, arms accounted for.
48. WOOD, Oliver, horse died of disease contacted in service.

RESIGNED:
Moses CAREY, Captain; resigned 3 Sept. 1837; Robert, his servant.
A. W. CRICHTON, 1st Lt., resigned 20 Oct. 1837; elected Major on 20
October 1837.


DIED: James BUNN, Private, died 25 September 1837; arms accoutre-
ments in possession of Capt. BRODER.









VOLUME 2, PP 60-61

Muster Roll of Captain Theodore W. Brevard's (late Parkhill's) Company of
Florida Mounted Volunteers, commanded by S. St. George Rogers, called into the
service of the United States by Special Instructions of the President, dated
War Dept., Washington City, May 28, 1857, at Tallahassee, Florida on the 29th
Day of July 1857 to serve for the term of Six Months, unless sooner discharged,
from the 29th Day of July 1857 to the 29th Day of January 1858. The Company
was organized by Capt. John Parkhill at Tallahassee in the month of July 1857.

This muster was certified as true and accurate by Capt. T. W. Brevard, command-
ing the company.

On 29 January 1858 at Fort Brooke, Fla., Francis N. Page, Asst. Adj. Gen'l,
Mustering Officer, certified the muster to be true and accurate and honorably
discharged the company on the date and place aforesaid.

At time of discharge, company was paid by Capt. C. L. Killburn, Paymaster.

1. Theodore W. BREVARD, Captain, age 21; was 1st Lieut to 8th January when
elected Captain.
1. Thomas L. SHEHEE, 1st Lieut., age 30; was 2d Lieut. to 8th Jan'y; absent
with leave for thirty days from Dec. 12th to Jan'y llth.
2. Samuel M. PARAKHILL, 2d Lieut., age 26; was Sgt. to 8th Jan'y when
elected 2d Lt.

1. Edwin S. McOOLLAN, Sgt., age, 23.
2. Joseph A. SYLVESTER, Sgt., age 23.
3. Thomas J. WILSON, Sgt., age 22.
4. Hugh BLACK, Sgt., age 22.

1. Colonel W. CORBET, Corpl., age 24; was Pvt. to Dec. 3d.
2. George N. SAWYERS, Corpl., age 43; horse lost Jan;y 16th; remounted.
3. John E. SPENCER, Corpl, age 21

1. David KNIGHTON, Bugler, age 20.
2. David CROWELL, Bugler, age 18.

PRIVATES

1. ANDERSON, Charley, age 19. 14. HUDSON, Benjamin F., age 22.
2. BURNS, Matthew, age 21. 15. HART, David, age 20.
3. BROOKE, Richard W., age 19. 16. HOLSENBACK, Marshall, age 21.
4. BUTTLER, Edward S., age 21. 17. HALL, Edward G., age 34.
5. BENDER, John, age 19. 18. HAYMANN, Rodolph, age 33.
6. COOPER, William, age 23 19. HOWELL, Benjamin., age 20.
7. OOLLINS, Wade, age 44,absent, 20. INGRAHAM, Charles F., age 18.
sick at Fort. Myers. 21. JONES, Thomas B., age 28.
8. CARTER, George W., age 18. 22. JOHNSON, William M., age 22.
9. CORBIT, Munroe, age 22. 23. JONES, Charles S., age 18.
10. DORCH, John, age 42. 24. JONES, Robert S., age 24.
11. EDENFIELD, Cullen W., age 28 25. JOHNSON, Joseph B., age 25.
12. FREDRICKS, Gustavus, age 27. 26. KEADLE, Wm. H., age 20.
13. GRAY, Isaih G., age 24.









VOL. 2, PP 60-61, PRIVATES, Cont'd

27. LASCH, Christian, age 19., horse DIED:
died in service 10 Nov.
28. LEONARD, Francis, age 17. 1. John PARKHILL, age 25,
29. MATHIS, Zachariah, age 22. Captain, killed in action
30. McCALPIN, Arrington, age 25. with Indians 21 Nov. 1857.
31. MANN, Milton M., age 21. 2. James N. HARRISON, age 26,
32. McCALLISTER, John, age 23. Corpl., died 18 Dec. 1857
33. McCALLISTER, Hughy G., age 19. at Fort Myers, Fla.
34. MORRISON, John A., age 23. 3. Nathan RICHIE, age 26,
35. PICKETT, Ferdinand, age 24. Corpl., died 5 Dec. 1857
36. POSEY, Thomas, age 18. at Fort Myers, Fla.
37. POPE, Wilson, age 30. 4. Henry ANDERSON, age 24, died
38. RUSSELL, William J., age 24. 13 Jan'y 1858 at Fort Myers.
39. RUSSELL, Benjamin A., age 22. 5. Andrew ANDERSON, age 19, died
40. ROBERSON, George F., age 19; 22 Nov. 1857 at Fort Myers.
made Sgt. Maj. 6. Elijah T. BARFOOT, age 18,
41. RASTATER, Geroge, age 32. died 11 Nov. 1857 at Ft. Myers.
42. REGELL, William T., age 21. 7. Lacy ENGLISH, age 24, died 19
43. STRINGER, Shadrack, age 18. Dec 1857 at Fort Myers.
44. STAFFORD, Joseph, age 24. 8. James A. EDINFELD, age 27, died
45. SMITH, William, age 19. 4 Nov. 1857 at Fort Myers.
46. STEPHENS, John A., age 24. 9. Harris B. SHEHEE, age 20, died
47. SUGRUE, John, age 24. 22 Jan'y 1858 at Fort Brooke.
48. SANDERS, George W., age 18. 10. Edmond STROUD, age 19, died 17
49. TAYLOR, George H., age 19., horse Jan'y 1858 at Fort Myers.
died of neglect 8/15/1857. 11. WIlliam S. SMITH, age 25, died
50. THORNTON, Alexander B., age 28. 17 Dec. 1857.
51. ZEIGLER, Jessie L., age 22.
52. ZEIGLER, Sylvanus, age 21.





DISCHARGED:

1. Willis BRADLEY, Private, age 23; discharged for disability 1 Sept. 1857.

2. William M. THOMAS, Sergt., age 21; discharged for disability 27 Nov.
1857, was 1st Agt. to 27 November.

3. Isaac REDD, Private, age 21; discharged for disability 27 December 1857.


DESERTED:

1. Artemus WHEELER, Private, age 24, absent without leave from August 9,
1857; deserted.








VOLUME 2, PP 62-63

Descriptive Roll of Captain T. W. Brevard's Company, Regiment of Florida Mount-
ed Volunteers, mustered out of service on 28th January 1858.

NOTE: This Roll was listed in columns designated: (1) Rank, (2) Names, (3)
City or County where born, (4) State or Nation where born, (5) Height in Feet,
(6) Height in Inches, (7) Color of Canplexion, (8) Color of Eyes, (9) Color of
hair, and (10) Occupation.

Capt. Theodore W. BREVARD, Tallahassee, Fla.(no further description).
1st Lt. Thomas L. SHEEHEE, Tallahassee, Fla. (no further description).
2d Lt. Samuel M. PARKHILL, Tallahassee, Fla. (no further description).

Sgt. Edwin S. McCOLLUM, Davidson Co., Tenn., 6'1-1/2", fair-blue-brown,
carpenter.
Sgt. Hugh BLACK, Gadsden Co., Fla., 6", dark-blue-black, farmer.

Corpl. James N. HARRISON (no further description).
Corpl. George N. SAWYERS, Palmes, Spain 5'7", dark-grey-black, farmer.
Corpl. John E. SPENCER, Indian Key, Fla., 5'3-1/2", dark-black-brown, farmer.
Corpl. Nathan RICHIE, (no further description).
Bugler David KNIGHTON, Houston Co., Ga., 5'1", fair-blue-brown, farmer.
Bugler David CROWELL, Barnwell, S.C., 5'6", light-blue-brown, farmer.

PRIVATES

WILSON, Pope, Green Co., Ga., 6'6", dark-black-black, mechanic.
ANDERSON, Henry (no further description).
ANDERSON, Andrew (no further description).
ANDERSON, Chesley, Jefferson Co., Fla., 5'11", fair-black-black, farmer.
BARFOOT, Ellijah T. (no further description).
BURNS, Mathew, Georgia, 5'7", fair-hazel-brown, farmer.
BRADLEY, Willis (no further description).
BROOKE, Richard W., Jefferson Co., Fla., 5'5-1/2", fair-blue-brown, farmer.
BUTLER, Edward S., Baker Co., Fla., 6'5-1/2", fair-blue-brown, farmer.
COOPER, William H., Jefferson Co., Fla., 6'5-1/2", fair-blue-brown, farmer.
OOLLINS, Wade (no further description).
DORCH, John (no further description).
ENGLISH, Lacy (no further description).
EDENFIELD, James A. (no further description).
EDENFIELD, Cullen W., Georgia; 5'7", dark-brown-black, farmer.
GREY, Isaiah G., Gadsden Co., Fla., 5'11", dark-blue-black, farmer.
HUDSON, Benjamin F., Washington Co., Ga., 5'10", fair-black-brown, farmer.
HART, David, Jefferson Co., Fla., 5'7", fair-blue-auburn, farmer.
HOLSENBACK, Marshall, Edgefield, S.C., 5'11", fair-blue-brown, farmer.
HALL, Edward G., Buford, S.C., 5'11", fair-blue-brown, farmer.
JONES, Thomas G., Caroline Co., Va., 5'7", dark-dark-dark, farmer.
JOHNSON, Wta. M., Gadsden Co., Fla., 5'8", dark-brown-black, farmer.
JONES, Charles S, Decatur, Ga., 5'3-1/2", dark-brown-brown, farmer.
JONES, Robert S., Caroline Co., Va., 5'-5-1/2", dark-brown-brown, farmer.
INGRAHAM, Chas. F., Macon, Ga., 5'10", dark-brown-brown, farmer.
KEADLE, Wm. H., Richmond, Va., 5'9", dark-blue-brown, saddler.
McCALPIN, Arrington, Gadsden Co., Fla., 5'11-1/2", fair-blue-brown, farmer.









VOL. 2, PP 62-63, PRIVATES, Cont'd

MANN, Milton M., Rone, Ga., 5'8", fair-blue-brown, farmer.
McCALLISTER, John A., Early Co., Ga., 5'7-1/2", fair-blue-brown, farmer.
McCALLISTER, Hughey G., Pulaski Co., Ga., 5'7-1/2", fair-brown-brown, farmer.
MORRISON, John A., Robeson Co, N.C., 5'9", dark-brown-black, farmer.
PICKETT, Ferdinand, Gadsden Co., Fla., 5'5-1/2", fair-brown-brown, farmer.
POSEY, Thomas, Pulaska Co., Ga., 5'10", fair-brown-brown, farmer.
RUSSELL, William J., Leon Co., Fla., 5'7-1/2", fair-blue-brown, farmer.
RUSSELL, Benjamin A., Leon Co., Fla., 5'8", fair-hazel-brown, farmer.
RUDD, Isaac, (no further description).
*RUDD, Zachariah S., Quincey Co., Ga., 5'5-1/2", fair-blue-black, farmer.
ROBINSON, George F. (no further description).
STRINGER, Shadrack, Edgefield Dist., S.C., 5'8-1/2", fair-blue-black, farmer.
STAFFORD, Jospeh, Leon Co., Fla., 5'8", fair-blue-auburn, farmer.
SHEHEE, Harris B. (no further description).
SMITH, William, Leon Co., Fla., 5'11-1/2", fair-blue-brown, farmer.
STEVENS, John A., Leon Co., Fla., 5'8", fair-blue-brown, farmer.
SUGRUE, John, Leon Co., Fla., 5'8-1/2", fair-blue-brown, farmer.
SAUNDERS, George, Leon Co., Fla., 5'8", dark-blue-brown, farmer.
TAYLOR, George H. (no further description).
THORNTON, Alex. B., Oglethorpe Co. Fla?, 5'7", fair-blue-br4own, farmer.
WILSON, Thomas S., Gadsden Co., Fla., 5'5-1/2", fair-blue-brown, farmer.
ZEIGLER, Jesse L., Bamberg Dist., S.C., 5'9", fair-blue-brown, carpenter.
ZEIGLER, Sylvanus B., Bamberg Dist., S.C., 5'9", dark-grey-black, farmer.
FREDERICKS, Gustavus, Metron? France, 5'3-1/2", dark-black-black, tailor.
RASTATER, George, Baden, Germany, 5'7-1/2", fair-blue-brown, labourer.
HAYMANN, Rodolph, Saxony, Germany,5'8-1/2", fair-blue-brown, printer.
LACH, Christian, Baden, Germany, 5'6-1/2", dark-brown-brown, labourer.
STRUCH, Edward (no further description).
BENDER, John, Frankfort, Germany, 5'8'", fair-grey-brown, labourer.
SYLVESTER, Joseph, Gadsden Co., Fla., 5'7", dark-dark-brown, farmer.
LEMOSE, Francis, Hamilton Co., Fla., 5'6", dark-dark-brown, farmer.
CARTER, George W., Loundes Co., Fla?, 5'10-1/2", fair-blue-brown, farmer.
P ? Killiam T., Pulaski Co., Ga., 5'-10-1/2". faora-blue-brown, farmer.
COORBITT, Munroe, Hamilton Co., Tenn., 6'4", fair-blue-brown, farmer.
MATHIS, Zachariah, Loundes Co., Ga., 6'4", faira-blue-brown, farmer.
HOWELL, Benjamin, Pulaski Co., Ga., 5'6", fiar-blue-brown, farmer.
**OORBET, Colonel W., Hamilton Co., Tenn., 6'1", fair-bue-brown, farmer.
JOHNSON, Joseph B., Loundes Co., Ga., 5'10", fair-blue-brown, farmer.
SMITH, William P. (no further description).

* Farrier
** Corporal









VOLUME 2, PP 64-65

Muster Roll of Captain Robert Brown's Mounted Company of the 2nd Regiment of
East Florida Volunteers, 2nd Brigade, commanded by Colonel William J. MILLS,
called into service of the United States by Requisition of Maj. Gen'l Thomas S.
Jessup under the Act of Congress approved 23 May 1851, to serve for the term of
six months, from the date of enrollment, unless sooner discharged, entitled an
Act authorizing the President of the United States to draft the service of
volunteers and to train an additional Regiment of Dragoons or Mounted Riflemen.

On 25 Sept. 1837 at Fort White, Fla., Robert Brown, Captain, certified that the
muster roll was accurate and the remarks set opposite each officer and private
to be correct and just.

The Ccmpany was enrolled and inspected at Fort Lancaster by Lt. Wn. Wall. The
Roll include (1) names, (2) rank, (3) description of horses) owned by each
volunteer and (4) the number of miles each man travelled from home to the
place of rendevous.

1. Robert BROWN, Captain, 1 brown, 2 bays; 20 miles.
2. Win. B. HOOKER, 1st Lieut., 1 roan, 1 sorrel; 25 miles.
3. Wm. H. PAYNE, 2d Lieut., 3 bays; 20 miles.

1. David WALKER, 1st Sgt., 1 sorrel; 20 miles.
2. William HAIR, 2d Sgt., 1 bay; 20 miles.
3. John FUTCH, 3d Sgt., 1 bay; 25 miles.
4. John PARKER, 4th Sgt., 1 bay; 25 miles.
5. Daniel KEEN, 1st Corpl., 1 sorrel; 25 miles.
6. Joseph KEEN, 2d Corpl., 1 bay; 18 miles.
7. Wn. H. KEEN, 3d Corpl., 1 sorrel; 18 miles.
8. Edward MOBLY, 4th Corpl., 1 bay; 22 miles.

PRIVATES

1. BLUE, Daniel, 1 sorrel; 160 miles.
2. BROOKS, Wilson, 1 bay; 20 miles.
3. BONNELL, John, Jr., 1 grey; (miles not stated)
4. BREWER, James, 1 black; 30 miles.
5. BREWER, Burriss, 1 bay; 22 miles.
6. BLOUNT, Riley, 1 bay; 18 miles.
7. BONNELL, John, Sr., 1 grey; 32 miles.
8. BONNELL, Silas, 1 bay; 3 miles.
9. BRANAN, J. M., 1 cream; 30 miles.
10. BARNETT, Bryan, 1 sorrel; 40 miles.
11. BROWN, William, 1 black; 40 miles.
12. BARNETT, Richard, 1 bay; 40 miles.
13. BLUNT, Reading, 1 black; 18 miles.
14. CARL, Elisha, 1 rone; 16 miles.
15. DOXGLAS, James, 1 bay; 18 miles.
16. DANIEL, Isaac, 1 bay; 17 miles.
17. ELLIS, Thcmas R., 1 rone; 19 miles.
18. ELLIS, Thomas, 1 sorrel; 50 miles.
19. GILLETT, George, 1 black; 17 miles.
20. GILLETT, Daniel, 1 bay; (miles not stated)










VOL. 2, PP 64-65, PRIVATES, Cont'd

21. ELLIS, H. V., 1 roan; 50 miles.
22. GILLETT, David, 1 sorrel; 23 miles.
23. HOLDER, Joseph, 1 bay; 18 miles.
24. HAIR, William, 1 chestnut sorrel; 25 miles.
25. HOOKER, John, 1 bay; 18 miles.
26. HOLDER, Thomas, 1 bay; 23 miles.
27. KEEN, Wiley, 1 sorrel; 18 miles.
28. KEEN, A. J., 1 spotted; 23 miles.
29. KEEN, Sherod, 1 sorrel; 23 miles.
30. MORGAN, Ephraim, 1 bay; 15 miles.
31. MALPHURS, William, 1 bay; 15 miles.
32. RAULERSON, Rayburn, 1 bay; 56 miles.
33. PARKER, Elisha, 1 bay;; 17 miles.
34. RUTLEDGE, John, 1 bay; 25 miles.
35. RAULERSON, Jud'n, 1 bay; 25 miles.
36. RAULERSON, West, 1 iron grey; 18 miles.
37. RAULERSON, Frank, 1 grey; 15 miles.
38. PEARSON, Samuel, 1 roan; 17 miles.
39. SAPP, Elisha, 1 roan; 15 miles.
40. SMITH, Henry, 1 bay; 17 miles.
41. SAPP, Shadrack, 1 sorrel; 17 miles.
42. SPARKMAN, N. K., 1 grey; 17 miles.
43. SPARKMAN, S. Y., 1 sorrel; 8 miles.
44. SPARKMAN, E. B., 1 black; 8 miles.
45. SPARKMAN, Simeon, 1 chestnut sorrel, 8 miles.
46. TYRE, Cannon, 1 cream; 10 miles.
47. THOMAS, John, 1 sorrel; 35 miles.
48. WEEKS, Ezekiel, 1 sorrel; 14 miles.
49. WALKER, Charles, 1 sorrel; 17 miles.
50. WEEKS, John, 1 sorrel; 20 miles.
51. WALKER, Ansel, 1 cream (miles not stated)
52. WRIGHT, Levi, 1 bay; 16 miles.
53. WALKER, Elisha, 1 sorrel; 20 miles.
54. WHITTEN, William, Jr., 1 sorrel; 60 miles.
55. WALKER, S. B., 1 bay; 20 miles.
56. WHITTEN, William, Sr., 1 sorrel; 60 miles.
57. WALKER, West, 1 roan; (miles not stated).
58. WIGGINS, William, 1 grey; (miles not stated).








VOLUME 2, PP 66-67

Muster Roll of Captain Robert Brown's Company of the 2nd Regiment, 2nd Brigade
of the East Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. W. J. Mills, ordered in-
to service of the United States by Maj. Gen'l Th. S. Jesup under the Act of
Congress approved May 23, 1836, from the 16th Day of June 1837 to the 18th Day
of December 1837 when discharged.

This Company was mustered on 16th June 1837 at Fort Lancaster, Fla. On 18 Dec.
1837, at Fort Gilleland, Fla., Robert Brown, Captain, commanding the company
certified this muster roll to be true and the remarks set opposite the name
of each office and soldier are accurate and just." On the same date and place,
S. Churchill, Maj., Art'y, Army of the Souith, certified the muster roll to be
true and accurate.

1. Robert BROWN, Captain; 1 servant, Jack, & two horses.
2. William B. HOOKER, 1st Lt., 1 servant, Bill, & two horses.
3. Wm. H. PAYNE, 2d Lt., 1 servant, John, & two horses.

1. David WALKER, Sergt.
2. Wn. HAIR, Sergt.
3. John FUTCH, Sergt.
4. John PARKER, Sergt.

1. Daniel KEEN, Corpl.
2. John KEEN, Corpl., horse died Oct. 14; remounted himself same day.
3. Edward MOBLEY, Corpl.

PRIVATES

1. BLUE, Daniel; horse died Sept. 17; remounted himself same day.
2. BROOKS, Wilson
3. BONNELL, John, Jr.
4. BREWER, James; horse died Oct. 21; remounted himself same day.
5. BREWER, Burris
6. BLOUNT, Riley
7. BONNELL, John, Sr.
8. BROWN, William; horse drowned 10 Aug. crossing a river; remounted him-
self the same day.
9. BRANNEN, John W.
10. BURNETT, Bryan
11. BURNETT, Richard; sick at Ft. Lancaster; horse died Oct. 21; remounted
himself the same day.
12. BLOUNT, Reading.
13. CARL, Elisha
14. DOUGLASS, James
15. DANIEL, Isaac
16. ELLIS, Thomas R.
17. ELLIS, Thomas
18. ELLIS, Henry V.
19. GILLETT, Daniel
20. GILLETT, George
21. GILLETT, Daniel
22. HOLDER, Joseph








VOL. 2, PP 66-67, PRIVATES, Cont'd


23. HAIR, William
24. HOOKER, John
25. HOLDER, Thomas
26. KEEN, Wiley
27. KEEN, A. J.
28. KEEN, Sherod
29. MORGAN, Ephraim; horse died Sept. 10 remounted himself the same day.
30. MALPHURS, William
31. PEARSON, Samuel
32. PARKER, Elisha
33. RUTLEDGE, John
34. RAULERSON, ? ; sick at Ft. Lancaster.
35. RAULERSON, West
36. RAULERSON, Franklin
37. RAULERSON, Rabun
38. SAPP, Elisha
39. SMITH, Henry
40. SAPP, Shadrick
41. SPARKMAN, N. K.
42. SPARKMAN, S. Y.
43. SPARKMAN, E. B.
44. SPARKMAN, Stephen
45. TYRE, Cannon
46. THOMAS, John
47. WEEKS, Ezekiel
48. WEEKS, John
49. WALKER, Elias
50. WALKER, Ansel
51. WRIGHT, Levi
52. WALKER, Elisha
53. WHITTEN, Wm., Jr.
54. WALKER, ? sick at Ft. Lancaster.

Not numbered: WHITTEN, Wn., Sr.
" t WALKER, West
" WIGGINS, William

DEAD: BONNELL, Silas, Private, died 9 December 1837 at Fort HEILMAN.








VOLUME 2, PP 68-69

Muster Roll of Captain John W. Brady's Company of the First Regiment of Mounted
Florida Militia Volunteers, commanded by Col. Samuel St. G. Rogers, ordered in-
to service of the United States by the President under the Act of Congress ap-
proved May 13, 1846 from the 9th Day of August 1857 for the term of six months.

The Company was mustered at Ocala, Fla. by S. D. LEE, 1st Lt., 4th Art'y with
Capt. J. W. Brady, commanding the company. He and Capt. Brady certified by
signatures that "each man answers to his own proper name in person and that
the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and soldier are accurate and
just." On same date and place, E. J. Harris, J. Hooper, and E. D. House,
appraisers, certified on oath that the "figures set opposite the names on this
roll for the valuation of horses and horse equipment of the men, respectively,
... shew the true cash value of the horses) and equipment."

NOTE: The Company travelled 110 miles to the place of rendevous fran home.
The figures following names represent the dollar value of horses) / horse
equipment.

1. John W. BRADY, age 39; $250/50.
2. John C. CANOVA, 1st Lt., age 40; $160/40.
3. Ramon CANOVA, 2d Lt., age 25; $200/35.

1. John BOWDEN, 1st Sgt., age 39; $160/20.
2. John LOURCEY, Sgt., age 34; $200/40.
3. Burton WILLIAMS, Sgt., age 22; $120/15.
4. Joseph P. MASTERS, Sgt., age 33; $140/15.

1. James GARDINER, Corpl, age 30; $120/20.
2. Bartholmus D. PONCE, Corpl., age 30; $120/15.
3. Thomas LAFOY, Corpl., age 27;$200/25.
4. Andrew S. PACETTY, age 32; $160.25.

1. Charles C. HANFORD, Bugler, age 26; $140/15.
2. John FARREL, Bugler, age 18; $100/20.

1. Stephen W. CUNNINGHAM, age 40, Farrier; $200/30.

PRIVATES

1. BEACH, Arch'd, age 34; $170/30.
2. BEARDEN, Simeon, age 20; $75/15.
3. BOWDEN, William, age 19; $120/12.
4. BRANCH, William J., age 30; $200/30.
5. BROWN, Zephaniah, age 22; $180/25.
6. CADE, Albert, age 20; $140/30.
7. CARTER, William, age 26; $120/25
8. CARVELL, George L., age 40; $125/20.
9. CASON, William, age 44; $125/20.
10. OONWAY, Richard H., age 19; $150/25.
11. CREWS, William, age 22; $140/25.
12. DAVIS, Lewis, age 22; $200/25.
13. EADY, John J., age 45; $100/20








VOL. 2, PP 68-69, PRIVATES, Cont'd

14. EADY, William, age 22; $215/30.
15. FARRELL, Timothy, age 19, $130/20.
16. FISHER, John R., age 23; $150/30.
17. GARDINER, Charles, age 20; $120/20.
18. GARDINER, George, age 27; $120/25.
19. GARDINER, Lewis, age 38; $120/25.
20. GIGER, John, age 32;; $120/30.
21. GRACESKI, Lawrence, age 45;; $110/15.
22. GRAVES, William W., age 22; $200/25.
23. GREEN, Joseph, age 22; $180/25.
24. GRIFFIS, James H., age 23; $150/15.
25. HANFORD, Alford, age 22, $130/20.
26. HARTLEY, Benjamin, age 24; $150/15
27, HARTLEY, Gabriel, age 22; $150/25.
28. HARTLEY, Joseph, age 23; $125/30.
29. HOGINS, Edward, age 31; $85/25.
30. HAYNES, Thomas, age 19; $50/25.
31. KELLY, James T., age 21; $80/15
32. MAINORD, Henry P., age 20; $140/12.
33. MALONE, John, age 18; $115/20.
34. MARTIN, Valentine, age 24; $175/25.
35. NORRIS, John, age 23; $150/10.
36. MURRY, John, age 25; $110/25.
37. PACETTY, Victorina, age 26; $140/15.
38. PADGETT, Allen, age 19; $100/15.
39. PARKER, Richard, age 21; $150/32.
40. PARKER, William A., age 27; $130/25.
41. ROBISON, John A., age 20; $149/15.
42. ROCKNER, Junious, age 19; $120/25.
43. SAUNDERS, Daniel W., age 30; $150/20.
44. SHEFFIELD, Jereniah S., age 25; $200/25.
45. SIKES, Josiah, age 20; $150/25.
46. SIKES, William H., age 45; $50/15.
47. SPARKMAN, Alfred, age 25; $150/25.
48. SPARKMAN, Lewis, age 23; $80/25.
49. SPARKMAN, Luke, age 28; $120/12.
50. STANFORD, Thomas, age 20; $130/20.
51. STANSELL, Nathan W., age 29; $80/25.
52. THOMAS, Hamilton, age 33; $180/20.
53. TOUGES, John 0., age 32; $150/25.
54. WEEKS, Thomas, age 19; $115/25.
55. WHITESIDE, John W., age 22; $175/30.
56. WILKINSON, Thomas J., age 23; $100/25.
57. WILLIAMSON, William, age 23; $175/25.
58. WRIGHT, Thomas, age 19 (value of horse/equip. not stated)

JOINED AT FORT BROOKE:

1. WALKER, Isham age 22; $140/30 5. SMITH, Littleton, age 30; $85/10.
2. McLEOD, Alex'd, age 18, $100/10 6. McKERCY, Benj., age 44; $80/15.
3. MARTIN, Hiram, age 36, $80/15 7. McKERCY, John, age 45; $100/20.
4. McLEOD, Angus, age 42; $100/10 8. EVENS, Richard, age 30 (no values
stated).








VOLUME 2, PP 70-71


Muster Roll of Captain John W. Brady's Company, Regiment of Mounted Florida
Volunteers, canmanded by Colonel Samuel St. Geo. Rogers, called into the ser-
vice of the United States by Special Instruction of the President under Act of
Congress, at Ocala, Fla., on the 9th Day of August 1857 to serve from the date
of enrollment, unless sooner discharged, for the term of six months, to the 8th
Day of February 1858. The Company was organized by Capt. John W. Brady at
Jacksonville, Fla. in the month of August 1857 and marched thence to Ocala,
Fla., where it arrived the 9th of August 1857, a distance of 110 miles.

The Company was mustered into service at Ocala, Fla., by 1st Lieut. J. D. Lee.
By signature, Capt. Brady certified the muster roll to be true and the remarks
set opposite the names of officers and soldiers to be accurate and just. The
Company was mustered and honorably discharged by Francis N. Page, Asst. Adj't
Gen'l, at Fort Brooke, Fla., on 8 February 1858.

NOTE: The figures following the names below refer first to the number of
miles each man travelled after discharge to his home and secondly to the
appraised dollar value of his personally owned horses) / horse equipment.

1. John W. BRADY, Captain, age 39; 210 mi., $250/50; Commanded post at
Fort G ? from Jan. 11 to Jan. 29, 1858.
1. John C. CANOVA, 1st Lt., age 40; 210, mi., $160/40, Cammanded Fort
Center Sept. 16 to Nov. 10.
1. Ramon CANOVA, 2d Lt., age 25; 210 mi., $200/35, Acting Asst. Q.M.
from Sept.16 to Nov. 10.

1. John BOWDEN, Sgt., age 39; 210 mi., $160/20.
2. John LOURCEY, Sgt., age 34; 210 mi., $200/40.
3. Joseph P.MASTERS, Sgt., age 33; 210 mi., $140/15.
4. William A. PARKER, age 34; 210 mi., $130/25.

1. James GARDINER, Corpl., age 30; 210 mi., $120/20.
2. Bartholeme D. PONCE, Corpl., age 30; 210 mi., $120/15.
3. Thomas LAFOY, Corpl., age 24; 210 mi., $200/25.
4. Andrew F. PACETTY, Corpl., age 32; 210 mi., $160/25.

1. Charles C. HANFORD, Bugler, age 26; 210 mi., 140/15.
2. John FERRELL, Bugler, age 18; 210 mi., $100/20.

1. Stephen K. CUNNINGHAM, Farrier, age 40; 210 mi., $200/30.

PRIVATES

1. BEACH, Archibald, age 34; 210 mi., $140/30.
2. BEARDIN, Simeon R., age 20;; 210 mi., $75/15.
3. BOWDEN, William, age 19; 210 mi., $120/12; horse died at Camp Wallback
on Dec. 19 for want of forage; remounted.
4. BRANCH, William J., age 30; 210 mi., $200/30.
5. BROWN, Zephniah, age 22; 210 mi., $180/25.
6. CADE, Albert, age 20; 210 mi., $140/30.
7. CARTER, William, age 26; 210 mi., $120/25.
8. CARRELL, George L., age 40; 210 mi., $125/20.









VOL. 2, PP 70-71, PRIVATES, Cont'd

9. CASON, William, age 44; 210 mi., $125/20.
10. OONWAY, Richard H., age 19; 210 mi., $150/25.
11. CREWS, William, age 22; 210 mi., $140/25.
12. DAVIS, Lewis G., age 22; 210 mi., $200/35.
13. DONALDSON, John F., age 19; 180 mi., $190/25.
14. DONALDSON, William, age 22; 180 mi., $125/25.
15. EVENS, Richard, age 30; 100 mi., $180/25.
16. EADY, John J., age 45; 210 mi., 100/20.
17. EADY, William T., age 22; 210 mi., $215/30.
18. FARRELL, Timothy, age 19; 210 mi., $130/20.
19. FISHER, John R., age 23; 210 mi., $150/30.
20. GARDENER, Charles, age 20; 210 mi., $120/20.
21. GARDENER, George, age 24; 210 mi., $120/25.
22. GARDENER, Lewis, age 35; 210 mi., $120/25; absent, sick, near Tampa,
Florida.
23. GIGER, John, age 32; 210 mi., $125/30.
24. GRACESKI, Lawrence, age 45; 210 mi., $110/15.
25. GRAVES, William W., age 22; 210 mi., $200/25.
26. GREEN, Joseph, age 22; 210 mi., $150/25.
27. GRIFFIS, James, age 23; 210 mi., $150/15.
28. HANFORD, Alfred, age 22; 210 mi., $130/20.
29. HARTLEY, Benj. F., age 24; 210 mi., $150/15.
30. HARTLEY, Gabriel, age 22; 210 mi., $150/25.
31. HARTLEY, Joseph, age 23; 210 mi., $125/30
32. HOGINS, Edward, age 31; 210 mi., $85/25.
33. JONES, Thomas, age 19; 210 mi., $50/25.
34. KELLY, James T., age 21; 210 mi., $80/15
35. MAINORD, Henry P., age 20; 210 mi., $140/12.
36. MALONE,John, age 18; 210 mi., $115/20.
37. MARTIN, Valentine, age 24; 210 mi., $145/25.
38. MORRIS, John, age 23; 210 mi., $150/10.
39. MURRY, John, age 25; 210 mi., $110/25.
40. McCLEOD, Alexander, age 18; 100 mi., $100/10.
41. MARTIN, Hiram, age 36; 100 mi., $80/5.
42. McCLEOD, Angus, age 42; 210 mi., $100/10.
43. McKINEY, John, age 44; 210 mi., $100/20.
44. PACETTY, Victoriana, age 26; 210 mi., $140/15.
45. PADGETT, Allen, age 19; 210 mi., $100/15.
46. PARKER, Richard, age 21; 210 mi., $150/30.
47. ROBISON, John S., age 26; 210 mi., $140/15.
48. ROCKNER, Junius, age 19; 210 mi., $120/25.
49. SAUNDERS, Daniel W., age 30; 210 mi., $150/20.
50. SHEFFIELD, Jeremiah, age 25; 210 mi., $200/25.
51. SIKES, Josiah, age 20; 210 mi., $150/25.
52. SIKES, William H., age 45; 210 mi., $50/15.
53. SPARKMAN, Alfred, age 25; 210 mi., $150/25.
54. SPARKMAN, Lewis, age 23; 210 mi., $80/25.
55. SPARKMAN, Luke, age 28; 210 mi., $20/12.
56. HANFORD, Thomas, age 20; 210 mi., $130/20.
57. STANSELL, Nathan W., age 19; 210 mi., $80/25.
58. SMITH, Littleton, age 30; 100 mi., $85/10.
59. SPARKMAN, Stephen, age 21; $100 mi., $130/30.









60. SPARKMAN, Daniel G., age 30; 180 mi., $150/15.
61. THOMAS, Hamilton, age 35; 210 mi., $180/20.
62. TOUGES, John C., age 32; 210 mi., $150/25.
63. WEEKS, Thomas, age 19; 210 mi., $115/25.
64. WHITESIDES, John W., age 22; 210 mi., $145/15.
65. WILKINSON, Thomas S., age 25; 210 mi., $145/30.
66. WILLIAMSON,, William, age 25; 210 mi., $100/25.
67. WRIGHT, Thomas, age 19; 210 mi., $145/25.
68. WALKER, Isham, age 22; 210 mi., $140/30.


DIED: Benjamin McKENEY, Private, age 44, $80/5; died January 19, 1858.

DISCHARGED: James S. SWENEY, Private, age 20; discharged for disability.
Hd. Qtrs. Dept. Fla., Fort Myers, Oct. 31, 1859.

TRANSFERRED: Burton WILLIAMS, Sgt., transferred to Regimental Staff, appoint-
ed Qtr. M. Sgt, August 15, 1857.






VOLUME 2, PP 72-73


Muster Roll of Captain Duncan Buie's Company of the First Regiment, Florida
Mounted Brigade of the Florida Militia, commanded by Colonel Bailey, ordered
into service of the United States by Brig.-Gen'l W. K. Armistead from the 4th
Day of August 1840 to the 4th Day of November 1840.

Comments: "In mustering this Force into the service you will instruct the
Mustering Officer to include in the muster the militia now in service of the
Territory from the date they entered it, and to muster out of service such of
them as may wish to return." /s/ A. Maccmb, Maj. Gen'l, Cammander in Chief.

On 4 Aug. 1840 at Quincey, Fla., Capt. Duncan Buie certified by signature that
this muster is true, accurate and just. At same place and date, M. Fauntleroy,
Maj., 2nd Dragoons, Inspector & Mustering Officer, certified by signature that
the muster roll was accurate and that he had mustered the company into service
for the period of 3 months, unless sooner discharged.

NOTE: The men of the Company travelled 20 miles to the place of rendezvous.

1. Duncan BUIE, Captain
2. Edwin T. HOLT, Ist Lieut.
3. Wm. POYTHRYS(?), 2d Lieut.

1. John LESLIE, 1st Sergt. 1. Archibald McDOUGALL, Corpl.
2. Allen McRANCE, Sergt. 2. Wiley N. VENDRICK, Corpl.
3. David BASS, Sergt. 3. John D. PITTMAN, Corpl.
4. Ambrose COOK, Sergt. 4. John W. MILLER, Corpl.









VOL. 2, PP 72-73, Cont'd:

PRIVATES

1. ATHLEY, John 48. ROBINSON, John
2. ALLEN, M. C. 49. ROLS, William
3. ALLEN, Thomas 50. ROBERTS, J. R.
4. BUIE, Archibald 51. STEPHENS, Bryan
5. BARRET, James 52. STEPHENS, Charles
6. BROWN, Th. P. 53. STEWARD, Solanon
7. BLACK, James 54. SHELFER, Council
8. BLACK, Neal 55. SHELTER, Levi
9. BURNS, Wn. 56. THOMAS, Daniel
10. COWART, Caleb 57. WILCOX, Benjamin
11. OOLLINS, Jasper 58. WILSON, John, sick at
12. DAVIS, George home.
13. GADDIE, Alex'r, Jr. 59. WILLIAMS, James
14. GADDIE, Alex'r, Sr. 60. WALCH, Walter
15. GADDIE, Dougal, on duty at 61. WOOD, Jackson
Camp Buie as a guard. 62. VOT, William
16. GIDDINS, Benj'm
17. GEDDIE, Daniel
18. GIBSON, Sylvanus
19. HARREL, Morgan
20. HARRINGTON, Nath'l
21. HOLT, Turner
22. HUBBARD, Elijah
23. JAMISON, Daniel
24. KYLE, C. C.
25. KYLE, Robt.
26. LARKINS, Ezekiel
27. LEE, John, on duty at Camp
Buie as a guard.
28. LOT, Nathaniel
29. LOT, William
30. LARKIN, Benj'm
31. MILLER, Alex'dr
32. McOOY, John W.
33. McCOY, Jackson
34. McLANE, John
35. MATTHEWS, Duncan
36. NETHERTON, Th. H.
37. OTAGUS, Gregory
38. OWENS, James
39. OWENS, Wesley S., on duty at
Camp Buie as a guard.
40. OWENS, James
41. PARISH, Sanford
42. PARISH, Wiley
43. PITMAN, John T.
44. PITMAN, William E.
45. REID, Burrell
46. ROSE, Ephraim
47. ROSE, Hiram









VOLUME 2, PP 74-75


Muster Roll of Captain Duncan Buie's Company of the First Regiment, Florida
Mounted Brigade of the Florida Militia, ccnuanded by W.J. Bayley (Bailey),
ordered into service of the United States by Brig. Gen. Armistead from the 4th
Day of August to the 4th Day of November 1840 when discharged.
On 4 Nov. 1840 at Tallahassee, West Florida, Capt. Duncan Buie, verified by
signature that this muster roll exhibits the true state of the Company for the
period herein mentioned and that athe recapitulation is in every particular
accurate. By signature, S. Churchill, Maj. 3d Art'y, certified that he had
mustered and discharged the company fran the service of the United States on 4
November 1840. The Company travelled 20 miles to the place of rendezvous and
20 miles from the place of discharge to home.

1. Duncan BUIE, Captain
2. Edwin T. HOLT, 1st Lieut.
3. William PORTHYRS, 2d Lieut.

1. John LESLIE, 1st Sgt. 1. Archibald McDOUGALD, Corpl.
2. Allen McRANCE, Sgt. 2. Wiley N. VENDRICK, Corpl.
3. David BASS, Sgt. 3. John Dd. PITMAN, Corpl.
4. Ambrose COOK, Sgt. 4. John W. MILLER, Corpl.

PRIVATES

1. ATHLEY, John
2. ALLEN, M.C. 27. LEE, John 54. SHELFER, Council
3. ALLEN, Thomas 28. LOT, Nath'l 55. SHELFER, Levi
4. BUIE, ARchibald 29. LOT, William 56. THOMAS, Daniel
5. BARRET, James 30. LARKIN, Benj'm 57. WILCOX, Benj'm
6. BROOM, Thos. P. 31. MILLER, A. KJ. 58. WILSON, John
7. BLACK, James 32. McODY, John W. 59. WILLIAMS, James
8. BLACK, Neal 33. McCOY, Jackson 60. WALCH, Walter
9. BURNS, William 34. McLANE, John 61. WOOD, Jackson
10.CALEB, Coward 35. MATTHEWS, Duncan 62. WOT, William.
ll.OOLLINS, Jasper 36. NETHERTON, Th. H.
12.DAVIS, George 37. OTAGUS, Gregory
13.GADDIE, Alex'r, Jr. 38. OWENS, John
14.GADDIE, Alex'r, Sr., 39. OWENS, Wesley S.
sick, Gadsden Co. 40. OWENS, James
fran 10/30. 41. PARRISH, Sanford
15.GADDIE, Dougald, 42. PARISH, Wiley
sick, Gadsden Co. 43. PITMAN, J. T.
fran 10/30. 44. PITMAN, W. G.
16.GIDDINS, Benj'm 45. REID, Burrell
17 GEDDIE, Daniel 46. ROSE, Ephraim
18.GIBSON, Sylvanus 47. ROSE, Hiram
19.HARREL, Moran 48. ROBINSON, John
20.HARRINGTON, Nath'l 49. ROLS, William
21.HOLT, Turner 50. ROBERTS, J. R.
22.HUBBARD, Elijah 51. STEPHENS, Bryant
23.JAMIESON, Daniel 52. STEPHENS, Charles
24.KYLE, C. C. 53. STEWARD, Solomon M.
25.KYLE, Robert
26.LARKINS, Ezekiel









VOLUME 2, PP 76-77


Descriptive Roll (not dated) of Captain Robert Bullock's Campany of Florida
Mounted Volunteers.

NOTE: This roll contained columns headed: (1) Names, (2) Rank, (3) Age,
(4) Where Born (Town or County), (5) Where Born (State or Kingdom),
(6) Height in feet/inches, (7) Color of Canplexion-Eyes-Hair,(8)
Occupation, (9) Appraised dollar value of Horse(s) / horse equipment,
and (10) Remarks. There are blanks in sane of the columns.

Robert BULLOCK, Capt., age 28; Granville, NC; 5'10", fair-blue-light, occupa-
tion, none; $175/12.50; Ocala, distance 90 miles.
Samuel O. HOUSE, 1st Lt., age 24; Onslow, NC; 5'11", fair-dark-dark, occupat-
ion, none; $$175/25; Ocala, distance 90 miles.
Munroe BULLOCK, Lieut., age 38; Granville, NC; 5'10", dark-grey-dark; occupa-
tion: deer hunting; $$125/15; Ocala, distance 90 miles.

William C. CENTER, Sgt., age 23; Richland, SC, 5'10"; dark-grey-dark; occupat-
ion, none; $120/10; Marion County, distance 80 miles.
Henry R. McLEOD, Sgt., age 21, Thcmas Co. GA; 5'3", fair-dark-dark, occupation,
none; $150/10; Ocala, distance 90 miles.
George M. HUWHEY, Sgt.,age 25; Appling Co. GA; 5'11", fair-blue-light,
occupation, cow-driver, $160/25; Ocala, distance 90 miles.
Alonzo B. COX, Sgt.,age 21, Onslow Co. NC, 5;0", fair-blue-light, occupation,
none; $100/20; Ocala, distance 90 miles.

George C. TIPPINS, Corpl., age 32; Tattnall Co. GA; 6'2", light-blue-light;
farmer; $70/3; Ocala, distance 90 miles.
James M. GOIN, Corpl., age 18; Fairfield, SC; 5'11", fair-dark-dark; farmer;
$150/8; Ocala, distance 90 miles.
James B. GORE, Corpl., age 35; Columbus, NC; 5'11", fair-blue-light; farmer;
$100/7; Marion Co., distance 90 miles.
John PATRICK, Corpl., age 42; Collington, SC; 5'6", fair-blue-light; farmer;
$70/15; Marion Co., distance 90 miles.
Francis W. ROSS, Bugler; age 18; Chester, SC, 5'4", fair-blue-sandy; farmer;
$130/12; Marion Co., distance 100 miles.
Simeon A. MANER, Bugler, age 20; Brooks Co. GA; 5'6", dark-dark=dark farmer,
$75/12; Ocala, distance 90 miles.
Thomas H. HARRIS, Farrier, age 45; personal data incomplete; $180/10.

PRIVATES

James H. BOSTICK; age 25;; Edgefield, SC; 5'9", fiar-grey-light; occupation,
none; $110/8; Marion Co., distance 108 miles.
Dempsey H. BRYANT, age 23, Clarke, GA; 5'8", dark-blue-dark; farmer, $60/6
Pinckney BULLOCK, age 25; Henry, SC, 5'9", dark-dark-dark; labourer, $110/15.
Francis C. BARBER, age 28; Liberty, GA; 6'0", fair-grey-light; farmer, $75/8.
John J. BARBER, age 19, Columbia, Fla., 5'10", fair-blue-light; farmer, $40/13.
Andrew J. BARKER, age 18, Nassau, Fla., 5'8", fair-grey-red; farmer, $100/15.
William J. BECK, age 31; Barnawell, SC, 6'0",dark-blue-dark, farmer, $130/12.
Granville J. CURRY, age 18, Marion, Fla., 5'11", dark-dark-dark; farmer, $70/12
Ocala, distance 90 miles.








VOL. 2, PP 76-77, PRIVATES, Cont'd

Benjamin F. DUNCAN, age 20, Twiggs, GA; 5'4", fair-dark-dark-, farmer, $50/5,
Marion Co., distance 90 miles.
Erastus D. DUPREE, age 25, Brunswick, GA; 5'9", gair-grey-sandy; farmer,
$130/14.
Arnold B. FUSSELL, age 42, Duplin Co., NC; 5'10", dark-grey-dark, farmer,
$100/13, Sumpter Co., 110 miles.
James L. FUSSELL, age 24, Ware Co. GA; 5'5", dark-dark-dark, farmer, $100/13,
Sumpter Co., 110 miles.
Jacob A. FUSSELL, age 21, Ware Co. GA; 5'3", dark-dark-dark, farmer, $75/8,
Sumpter Co., 110 miles.
William S. FUSSELL, age 20, Ware Co. GA; 5'6", dark-dark-dark, farmer, $80/7,
Sumpter Co., 60 miles.
William FOWLER, age 18, Abbeville, SC; 5'9", dark-grey-dark, farmer,$75/2.50.
Nicholas GOIN, age 20, Fairfield, SC; 6'1", dark-dark-dark, farmer, $150/15,
Ocala, distance 90 miles.
Ephraim G. GARDINER, age 20, Marion Co. SC; 6'0", dark-dark-dark, farmer,
$125/6, Marion Co., distance 100 miles.
Willliam GORNTO, age 19; Lawrence, GA, 5'10", dark-dark-dark, farmer, $110/12,
Marion Co., distance 105 miles.
Moses S. GUNTER, age 31; Lexington, SC; 5'5", fair-grey-sandy, farmer, $80/7,
Marion Co., distance 108 miles.
Aaron GUNTER, age 25; Lexington, SC; 5'6", fair-blue-light, farmer, $115/8,
Marion Co., distance, 108 miles.
Bennet J. HORN, age 21; Alachua, FL; 5'0", fair-grey-light, farmer, $125/5,
Marion Co., distance 110 miles.
George C. HOUSTON, age 18, Duval, FL; 5'3", fair-grey-sandy, farmer, $80/10.
William JORDAN, age 30; Washington, GA; 5'7", fair-grey-light, farmer, $150,
Marion Co., distance 100 miles.
John JONES, age 22; Lawrence, GA; 5'7", fair-blue-sandy; deer hunter, $100/10,
Sumpter Co., 60 miles.
John T. JERKINS, age 30; Wilkinson, GA; 6'1", dark-blue-dark, laborer, $100/12.
Barzellai LOVELL, age 21; Horry, SC, 6'1", fair-blue-light, farmer, $120/12,
Marion Co., distance 108 miles.
Campbell LASSITER, age 44; Sampson, NC, 6'0", dark-blue-dark, mechanic,$150/20.
Sidney W. LASSITER, age 18, Union, LA; 5'4", dark-blue-dark, farmer, $85/10.
David LIVINGSTON, age 19, Ware, GA; 5'4", fair-grey-fair, farmer, $100/7,
Palatka, distance 144 miles.
Reuben MARSH, age 22, Telfair, GA; 5'5", dark-dark-dark, farmer, $100/12, Mar-
ion Co., distance 100 miles.
Robert McCLURE, agae 21, Campbell, GA; 5'5", fair-blue-dark, farmer, $90/10,
Marion Co., distance 90 miles.
John NOBLES, age 21, Camden, GA; 5'6", fair-blue-light, farmer, $40/5, Marion
Co., distance 110 miles.
Francis OLMSTEAD, age 35, Savannah, GA; 5'7", fair-dark-dark, farmer, $100/5.
William A. PATRICK, age 19, Camden, GA; 5'6", fair-grey-light, farmer, $125/10.
Harvey J. PATRICK, age 27, Sumpter, SC; 5'8", fair-blue-dark, farmer, $40/5.
Henry W. PERKINS, age 28, Henry, AL; 5'7", fair-grey-light, farmer, $125/3.50,
Marion Co., distance 105 miles.
James P. PATRICK, age 19, Camden, GA; 5'5", fair-blue-light, farmer, $50/11,
Marion Co., distance 105 miles.
Samuel C. REDDICK, age 19, Camden, GA, 5'5", fair-blue-light, farmer, $$125/10,
Marion Co., distance 105 miles.









VOL. 2, PP 76-77, PRIVATES, Cont'd

William ROW, age 26, Liberty, GA; 5'6", fair-grey-light, farmer, $50/11, Marion
Co., distance 100 miles.
Robert B. SAVAGE, age 21, Collington, SC; 5'8", dark-dark-dark, wheelwright,
$100/5, Marion Co., distance 110 miles.
George SOUTER, age 19, Richland, SC, 5'8', dark-dark-dark, student, Marion Co.,
distance 95 miles.
Daniel W. SELLERS, age 25, Brunswick, NC, 5'7", dark-dark-dark, farmer, $150/8,
Marion Co., distance 70 miles.
Benjamin D. GRENAD, age 26, Warren, GA; 5'8", fair-grey-dark, farmer, $160/10,
Ocala, distance 90 miles.
Robert L. STEWART, age 20, Mecklinburgh, NC, 5'7", dark-dark-dark, farmer,
$90/10, Ocala, distance 90 miles.
David TURNER, Jr., age 30, Duval, FL, 5'8", dark-blue-dark, logging, $80/7.
John H. TURNER, age 20, Duval, FL, 5'0", dark-blue-dark, farmer, $100/10.
John F. WHITE, age 42, Lancaster, PA; 5'6", dark-blue-grey, wagoner, $50/8,
Ocala, distance 90 miles.
Isaac WINEGORD, age 38, Schoharie, NY, 5'6", dark-dark-dark, Farmer, $45/12.
Dock WILLIAMS, age 42, Green, GA, 5'10", dark-blue-dark, farmer, $80/8.
Abraham WILSON, age 28, Edgefield, SC; 5'll", dark-blue-dark, farmer, $110/10.
William W. WOODRUFF, age 26, Pike, Miss., 6'0", dark-grey-dark, farmer, $100/10
Elias D. WALKER, age 20, Ware, GA; 5'8", fair-grey-light, farmer, $100/5.
George W. WALKER, age 23, Jefferson, FL; 5'8", dark-blue-dark, farmer, $60/15.
Neeham YATES, age 40, Lawrence, GA; 5'6", light-blue-light, farmer, $150/6.
Edward PHARR, age 28, Walton, GA; 5'8", dark-grey-light, farmer, $125/15.
William MINSHEW, age 26, (no other personal data), farmer, $100/8.
Arthur A. SPEER, age 18, Munroe, GA; 5'11", fair-blue-light, farmer, $100/18.
Elias JERNIGAN, age 22, Camden, GA; 5'8", dark-grey-auburn, farmer, $80/10.
James C. BASFORD, age 21, Brunswick, NC; 5'9", fair-blue-light, farmer, $40/6,
Marion Co., distance 90 miles.
John B. PATRICK, age 23, Wayne, GA; 5'7", light-grey-brown, farmer, $75/9.
John TANNER, age 43, Twiggs, GA; 5'8", florid-grey-sandy, farmer, $80/12.
Augustus MYRICK, age 37, Southampton, VA; 5'10", dark-hazel-dark, farmer,
$75/5.
Robert FEWOX, age 35, Collington, SC; 5'10", dark-blue-light, farmer.
William B. YATES, age 30, Emanuel, GA; 5'8", dark-blue-light, farmer, $$140/5.
Jackson CURRY, age 18; Ware Co., GA; 5'6", cow driver, $70/6.
Wright W. PATRICK, age 18, Camden Co. GA: 5'7", fair-grey-light, farmer,
$100/14.
Frederic T. McLAUGHLIN, age 48, Sumpter, SC, 6'2", dark-hazel-brown, farmer,
$65/7.
Littleton McLAUGHLIN, age 18, Richland, SC, 5'8", sallow-dark-dark, farmer,
$100/5.
Elijah F. JERNIGAN, age 20, Camden, GA; 5'11", sallow-dark-dark, $$100/5.
John N. PATRICK, age 18, Camden, GA; 5'1", sallow-dark-dark, $140/10.
Charles T. NEWTON, age 30, Oswego, NY; 5'10", light-grey-sandy, $135/10.
Henry HODGES, age 30, Dooly, GA; 6'1", florid-grey-sandy, $125/12.
Lewis M. CONNOR, age 28, Orangeburg, SC; 5'8", light-blue-light, $100/10.
Isaac E. ? age 42, Telafair, GA; 5'10", florid-hazel-grey, $125/10.
John E. HOUSTON, ag 43, Duval, FL, 6' 1/2", light-blue-light, $125/15, muster-
ed in on the 30th of September.








VOLUME, 2 PP 78-79

Muster Roll of Captain Robert Bullock's Independent Company of the Florida
Mounted Volunteers, commanded by Brevet Col. John Monroe, ordered into service
of the United States by instructions frmn the Adj. Gen'l's Office, Washington,
D.C., Jan. 7th and July 21, 1856, from the 7th day of September 1856 for the
term of six months.

On 11 Sept. 1856 at Fort Mellon, Fla., Capt. Robt. Bullock certified by his
signature that this muster roll exhibits the true state of the company; that
each man answered to his proper name in person and that the remarks set
opposite the name of each officer and soldier were accurate and just.

F. F. Haines, 1st Lt., & Adjt. 2d Arty, certified that he had accepted the men
whose names were enscribed on the roll into service of the U.S. for the term of
six months "fran this the llth day of Sept. 1856."

"We certify on oath that the figures opposite the names on this Roll, for
valuation of Horses and Horse equipment, represent and shew the true cash value
of the horse and equipment of the men, respectively, at the place of enrolment
according to our impartial judgement"

/s/ J. C. STEWART E. RAINEY Thos. HUGHEY, Appraisers.

NOTE: The majority of the men of the Company travelled 90 miles to the place
of rendezvous, Mellonville, Fla. The $ figures represent the appraised
value of horse/horse equipment owned by each man.

1. Robert BULLOCK, Captain, age 28, $175/12.50.
1. Samuel O. HOUSE, 1st Lt., age 24, $175/25.
2. Munroe BULLOCK, 2d Lt., age 38, $125/15.

1. William B. CENTER, 1st Sgt., age 23, $140/10.
2. Henry R. McLEOD, Sgt., age 21, $150/10.
3. George M. HUGHEY, Sgt., age 25, $160/25.
4. Alonzo B. COX, age 21, $100/20.

1. George C. TIPPINS, Corpl., age 32, $75/8.
2. James M. GOIN, Corpl., age 18, $150/8.
3. James B. GORE, Corpl., age 35, $100/7.
4. John PATARICK, Corpl., age 42, $75/15.

1. Francis W. ROSS, Bugler, age 18, $130/12.
2. Simeon A. MANER, Bugler, age 20, $70/12.

1. Thomas H. HARRIS, Farrier/blacksmith, age 45, $130/15.


PRIVATES

1. BARBER, Francis, age 28, $75/8.
2. BARBER, John L., age 19, $40/13.
3. BARBER, Andrew L., age 18, $100/15.
4. BASFORD, James C. L., age 21, $40/6.









VOL. 2, PP 78-79, PRIVATES, Cont'd

5. BECK, William, age 31, $130/12.
6. BOSTICK, James A., age 25, $110/8.
7. BRYANT, Denpsey H., age 23, $60/6.
8. BULLOCK, Pinckney, age 25, $110/15.
9. OONNOR, Lewis M., age 28, $100/10.
10. CURRY, Grandville J., age 18, $75/12.
11. CURRY, Jackson, age 18, $70/6.
12. DUNCAN, Benj. F., age 20, $50/5.
13. DUPREE, Erastus D., age 25, $130/14.
14. FEWOX, Robert, age 35, $100/12.
15. FUSSELL, Arnold R., age 42, $100/12.
16. FUSSELL, James L., age 24, $100/13.
17. FUSSELL, Jacob A, age 21, $75/8.
18. FUSSELL, William J, age 20, $80/7.
19. FOWLER, William, age 18, $75/22.
20. GOIN, Nicholas, age 20, $150/15.
21. GARDNER, Ephraim G., age 20, $125/6.
22. GORNTO, William, age 19, $110/12.
23. GRENAD, Benjamin 0., age 26, $160/10.
24. GUNTER, Moses L., age 31, $80/7.
25. GUNTER, Aaron, age 25, $115/8.
26. HODGES, Henry, age 33, $125/12.
27. HORN, Bennet J., age 21, $125/5.
28. HOUSTON, George C., age 18, $80/10; died at Houston's Sept. 17th.
29. JERKINS, John T., age 30, $100/12.
30. JERNIGAN, Elias, age 22, $80/10.
31. JERNIGAN, Ely T., age 20, $125/10.
32. JERNIGAN, Isaac, age 42, $100/5.
33. JORDAN, William, age 20, $150/25.
34. JONES, John, age 22, $100/10.
35. LASSITER, Campbell, age 44, $150/20.
36. LASSITER, Sidney W., age 18, $85/10.
37. LIVINGSTON, David, age 19, $100/7.
38. LOVELL, Barzillai, age 21, $100/12.
39. MARSH, Reuben, age 22, $100/12.
40. McCLURE, Robert, age 31, $90/10.
41. McLAUGHLIN, Frederick, age 43, $100/14.
42. McLAUGHLIN, Littleton, age 18, $65/7.
43. MINSHEW, William, age 26, $100/8.
44. MYRICK, Augustus, age 37, $75/5.
45. NEWTON, Chas. T., age 20, $135/10.
46. NOBLES, John, age 21, $40/5.
47. OLMSTEAD, Francis, age 35, $100/5.
48. PATRICK, William A., age 19, $125/10.
49. PATRICK, Harvey L., age 27, $40/5.
50. PATRICK, John R., age 23, $75/9.
51. PATRICK, James J., age 19, $75/10.
52. PATRICK, John N., age 48?, $140/10.
53. PATRICK, Wright W., age 18, $75/8.
54. PERKINS, Henry W., age 28, $125/3.50.
55. PHARR, Edward, age 28, $125/15.
56. REDDICK, Samuel C., age 19, $125/10.








VOL. 2, PP 78-79, PRIVATES, Cont'd

57. ROW, William, age 26, $50/11.
58. SAVAGE, Robert R., age 21, $100/5.
59. SELLERS, Daniel W., age 25, $150/8.
60. SOUTER, George, age 17, $150/15.
61. SPEER, Arthur A., age 18, $100/18.
62. STEWART, Robert L., age 27?, $90/10.
63. TANNER, John, age 43?, $80/12.
64. TURNER, David, Jr., age 35?, $80/7.
65. TURNER, JOhn W., age 2?, $100/10.
66. WALKER, Elias D., age 20, $100/5.
67. WALKER, George W., age 23, $60/15.
68. WHITE, John F., age 42, $50/8.
69. WILLIAMS, Dock, age 47, $80/8.
70. WILSON, Abraham, age 28, $110/10.
71. WINEGORD, Isaac, age 38, $45/1.50.
72. WOODRUFF, Wn. H ., age 26, $100/10.
73. YATES, Needham, age 40, $150/6.
74. YATES, William B., age 20, $140/5.

HOUSTON, John C., Private, age 43, mustered Sept. 18th, in place of
George C. HOUSTON who died Sept. 17th.



VOLUME 2, PP 80-81

Muster Roll of Capt. Robert Bullock's Independent Company of Mounted Florida
Volunteers, Canmanded by Col. John MUNROE, Major, 2d Art'y, under Instructions
from the A. J. Office, Washington, D.C. Enrolled at Mellonville, Fla., on the
11th Day of Sept. 1856 to serve the term of Six Months fram the date of enroll-
ment, unless sooner discharged, frma the 10 Day of Sept. 1856 to the 10th Day
of March 1857. The Company was organized by Capt. Robert Bullock at Ocala,
Fla. in the month of September 1856 and marched thence to Mellonvbille, Fla.
where it arrived the 10th Day of September 1856, a distance of 90 miles.

"I hereby certify that all the Officers and men of this company have supplied
themselves through their Captain with clothing and that no person has any claim
therefore, except those men respectively as shown on this Roll, and also that
the Officers and men ... furnished themselves with subsistence and transporta-
tion from their homes to the General Rendezvous, except those charged in the
column for clothing which amount was advanced by Capt. R. Bullock and I re-
quest the Paymaster to stop and pay the same to Capt. Robert Bullock." /s/
Robert Bullock, Capt., Fla. Mtd. Vols., Cammander of the Company.

"I certify, on honor, that I have at Mellonville, Fla. this 4th Day of March
1857 carefully examined this Roll and as far as practicable, caused the allow-
ances, stoppages and remarks to be justly and properly stated, and mustered
the Company for discharge; and is herebvy honorably discharged from the service
of the United States."
/s/ A. L. Magilton
Date: Mar. llth, 1857
Station: Mellonville, Fla.









VOL. 2, PP 80-81, Cont'd

NOTE: This Company was enrolled at Ocala, Fla., and mustered at Mellonville
by 1st. Lieut. T. J. Haines. Most of the men travelled 90 miles from
their homes to Mellonville, place of rendezvous, and the same distance
to return to their homes. $ value of horse/horse equipment is shown
following the names.

1. Robert BULLOCK, Capt., age 28, $175/13.50.
1. Samuel O. HOUSE, 1st Lt., age 24, $175/25.
1. Munroe BULLOCK, 2d Lt., age 38, $125/15.

1. William B. CENTER, 1st Sgt., age 23, $140/10.
2. Henry R. McLEOD, Sgt., age 21, $150/10.
3. George M. HUGHEY, Sgt., age 25, $160/25.
4. Alonzo B. COX, Sgt., age 21, $100/20.

1. George C. TIPPINS, Corpl., age 32, $75/8.
2. James M. GOIN, Corpl, age 18, $150/8.
3. James B. GORE, Corpl., age 35, $100/7.
4. John PATRICK, Corpl., age 42, $75/15.

1. Francis W. ROSS, Bugler, age 18, $130/12.
2. Simeon A. MANER, Bugler, age 20, $75/12

1. Thomas H. HARRIS, Farrier, age 45, $130/10; horse died Oct 26, 1856
from founder; remounted same day.

PRIVATES

1. BARBER, Francis, age 28, $75/8.
2. BARBER, John J., age 19, $40/13.
3. BARBER, Andrew J., age 18, $100/15; horse died Dec. 7 from strain in a
bog; remounted same day.
4. BASFORD, James C. S., age 21, $40/6; horse died Oct. 18 from unknown
disease; remounted same day.
5. BECK, Wm. J., age 31, $130/12.
6. BOSTICK, James H., age 25, $100/8.
7. BRYANT, Dempsey H., age 23, $60/6; horse died Nov 11, 1856 of lockjaw;
remounted same day.
8. BULLOCK, Pinckney, age 25, age 25, $110/15.
9. CONNOR, Lewis M., age 28, $100/10.0
10. CURRY, Grandville, age 18; $75/12; horse died of colic Dec. 5, remount-
ed same day.
11. CURRY, Jackson, age 18; $170/6.
12. DUNCAN, Benjamin F., age 20, $50/5.
13. DUPREE, Erastus, age 25, $130/14.
14. FEWOX, Robert, age 35, $100/12.
15. FUSSELL, Arnold B., age 42, $100/12.
16. FUSSELL, James L., age 24, $100/13.
17. FUSSELL, Jacob A., age 21, $75/8.
18. FUSSELL, Wn. A., age 20, $80/7.
19. FOWLER, William, age 18, $75/2.50.
20. GOIN, Nicholas, age 20, $100/15.








VOL. 2, PP 80-81, PRIVATES, Cont'd

21. GARDNER, Ephraim, age 20, $125/6.
22. GORNTO, William, age 19, $110/12.
23. GRENARD, Benj'm 0., age 26, $160/10.
24. GUNTER, Moses S., age 31, $80/7; absent, sick.
25. GUNTER, Aaron, age 25, $115/8.
26. HODGES, Henry, age 33, $125/12; horse died Feb 26, 1857 while on scout,
disease unknown; remounted immediately.
27. HORN, Bennet J., age 21, $125/5.
28. HOUSTON, John C., age 43, $125/15.
29. JERKINS, John T., age 30, $100/12.
30. JERNIGAN, Elias, age 22, $80/10.
31. JERNIGAN, Ely P., age 20, $100/5.
32. JERNIGAN, Isaac, age 42, $86/0; horse died Nov 15 on express on return
frma Tampa to Ft. Gatlin from hard riding.
33. JORDAN, William, age 30, $150/25.
34. JONES, John, age 22, $100/10.
35. LASSITER, Campbell, age 44, $150/20.
36. LASSITER, Sidney W., age 18, $85/10; horse accidently shot on wagon
guard Dec. 27; remounted.
37. LIVINGSTON, David, age 19, $100/7; horse died Oct 6 of staggers; remount-
ed same day.
38. LOVELL, Barzillai, age 21, $100/12.
39. MARSH, Reuben, age 22, $100/12.
40. McCLURE, Robt., age 31, $90/10.
41. McLAUGHLIN, Frederick, age 43, $100/13.
42. McLAUGHLIN, Littleton, age 18, $65/7.
43. MINSHEW, William, age 26, $100/8.
44. MYRICK, Augustus, age 37, $75/5.
45. NEWTON, Charles T., age 30, $135/10.
46. NOBLES, John, age 21, $40/5.
47. OLMSTEAD, Francis?, age 35, $100/5.
48. PATRICK, William A., age 19, $125/10; horse died Dec 29, 1856 fram in-
jury swimming river while on scout; remounted same day.
49. PATRICK, Harvey J., age 27, $40/5.
50. PATRICK, John B., age 23, $75/9.
51. PATRICK, James J., age 19, $75/10.
52. PATRICK, John N., age 17, $140/10.
53. PATRICK, Wright W., age 18, $75/8.
54. PERKINS, Henry W., age 28, $125/3.50
55. PHARR, Edward, age 28, $125/15.
56. READICK, Samuel C., age 19, $125/10.
57. ROW, William, age 26, $50/11.
58. SAVAGE, Robert B., age 21, $100/5.
59. SELLERS, Daniel W., age 25, $150/8.
60. SOUTER, Geroge, age 19, $150/15.
61. SPEER, Arthur A., age 18,$90/10.
62. SEWART, Robert L., age 20, $80/12.
63. TANNER, John, age 43, $80/7.
64. TURNER, David, Jr., age 30, $100/10.
65. TURNER, John W., age 20, $100/5.
66. WALKER, Elias D., age 20, $60/15.








VOL 2, PP 80-81, PRIVATES, Cont'd

67. WALKER, George W., age 33; horse died Nov 13, 1856 from injury on scout;
remounted same day.
68. WHITE, John F., age 42, $80/8.
69. WILLIAMS, Dock, age 42, $110/10.
70. WILSON, Abraham, age 28, $110/10.
71. WINEGORD, Isaac, age 38, $45/12.
72. WOODRUFF, William H., age 36, $100/10.
73. YATES, Needham, age 40, $150/6.
74. YATES, William B., age 30, $140/5.

DIED: George C. HOUSTON, Private, age 18, $80/10; died Sept. 17, 1856.



VOLUME 2, PP 82-83

Muster Roll of Captain Robert Bullock's Independent Company of Florida Mount-
ed Volunteers, ordered into service of the United States by Brig. Gen'l W. S.
Harney on Instructions from the War Department, A.G.O., Nov. 4, 1856, to serve
fran the 11th Day of March 1857 for six months.

At Mellonville, Fla., March 11, 1857, by signature Robert Bullock, Captain,
Camnmanding the Company, certified this muster roll as true, accurate and just.
On same date and place, A. L. Magilton, 1st Lt., 4th Art'y certified by signa-
ture "the men whose names are borne on this roll, their horses and equipment
have been accepted into the service of the United States for the term of six
months from this the llth day of March 1857."

J. R. Worthington, Augustus J. Vaughn, and Nedham Gates, Appraisers, certified
by signature that the "valuation of horses and horse equipnents represent and
shew ... true cash value of the horse and equipment of the men respectively,
at the place of enrollment, according to our honest and impartial judgement."

NOTE This horse/equipment valuation appears following each name below.

1. Robert BULLOCK, Captain, age 28, $225.10.
2. Benjamin 0. GRENARD, 1st Lt., age 26, $200.10.
3. Munroe BULLOCK, Lt., age 39, $200/15.

1. William B. CENTER, Sgt., age 23, $175/15.
2. Robert B. SAVAGE, Sgt., age 22, $180/12.
3. William S. FUSSELL, Sgt., age 20, $80/5.
4. Aaron GUNTER, Sgt., age 26, $135/12.

1. George C. TIPPINS, Corpl., age 33, $135/25.
2. Samuel C. REDDICK, Corpl., age 20, $150/6.
3. Elias JERNIGAN, Corpl., age 22, $125/12.
4. William W. WOODRUFF, age 27, $150/18.

1. Simeon A. MANOR, Bugler, age 21, $150/20.
2. Francis W. ROSS, Bugler, age 18, $$220/12.

1. Constant POTTER, Blacksmith & Farrier, age 44, $125/12.








VOL. 2, PP 82-83, Cont'd

PRIVATES

1. ANDERSON, James S., age 37, $140/18.
2. BAKER, Malccmb L., age 19, $150/10.
3. BARBER, Francis C., age 28, $140/15.
4. BARBER, John J., age 20, $150/8.
5. BASFORD, James C. L., age 22, $150/8.
6. BIRD, Jesse, age 40, $170/10.
7. BIRD, Wiley, age 22, $115/20.
8. BOSTICK, James H., age 20, $125/15.
9. BRYANT, Dempsey, age 24, $150/5.
10. BULLOCK, Pinckney, age 26, $190/25.
11. CONNER, Willis W., age 34, $180/20.
12. CURRY, Grandville, age 19, $140/12.
13. CURRY, Jackson, age 18, $175/25.
14. CURRY, Jones, age 43, $160/12.
15. DUNKIN, BENJAMIN F., age 21, $125/12.
16. ERRICKSON, John P., age 25, $140/10.
17. FEWOX, Robert, age 38, $150/20.
18. FOWLER, William, age 19, $130/20.
19. FUSSELL, Berian, age 21, $150/8.
20. FUSSELL, Jacob, age 21, $170/18.
21. FUSSELL, James L., age 24, $175/20.
22. GARDNER, Ephraim, age 28, $140/20.
23. GORE, James B., age 36, $125/10.
24. GORNTO, Wm. W., age 20, $125/8.
25. HART, Daniel W., age 27, $170/5.
26. HODGES, Elias, age, 21, $140/12.
27. HODGES, Samuel, age 29, $95/5.
28. HOGENS, James W., age 43, $140/10.
29. HUGHEY, George W., age 26, $125/15.
30. HUGHEY, Thomas, age 42, $180/10.
31. HULL, Benjamin F., age 39, $100/10.
32. JERKINS, John T., age 30, $130/10.
33. JERNIGAN, Aaron, Jr., age 19, $100/5.
34. JERNIGAN, Elias P., age 20, $150/12.
35. JERNIGAN, Isaac, age 43, $170/8.
36. JORDAN, William, age 30, $100/15.
37. LASSITER, Campbell, age 44, $200/25.
38. LASSITER, William R., age 20, $175/25.
39. LASSITER, Sidney W., agae 18, $140/15.
40. MERRICK, Augustus, age 37, $125/5.
41. MINSHEW, Archibald, age 18, $160/10.
42. McCLURE, Robert L., agae 20, $150/15.
43. McLAUGHLIN, Frederic J., age 43, $100/10.
44. McLAUGHLIN, Littleton, age 18, $100/5.
45. McLEOD, Henry R., age 22, $140/15.
46. NEWTON, Charles T., age 35, $160/5.
47. NOBLES, John, age 21, $140/10.
48. PATRICK, Harvey J., age 28, $140/15.
49. PATRICK, James J., age 19, $175/15.
50. PATRICK, John, Sr., age 42, $140/6.








VOL. 2, PP 82-83, PRIVATES, Cont'd

51. PATRICK, John B., age 23, $200/15.
52. PATRICK, John N., age 18, $125/18.
53. PATRICK, William A., age 19, $175/18.
54. PATRICK, Wright W., age 19, $200/15.
55. PHARR, Edward, age 29, $175/10.
56. POWELL, Isaac, age 25, $200/10.
57. PRESCOTT, Jesse S., age 43, $125/5.
58. ROBERTSON, Henry, age 22, $100/5.
59. ROW, William, age 27, $175/10.
60. SIMMONS, Wilson, age 26, $160/5.
61. SPEER, Arthur A., age 18, $165/20.
62. STUART, Robert L., age 20, $160/10.
63. TANNER, John, age 44; $150/10.
64. TURNER, David, Jr., age 30, $200/20.
65. TYLER, William M., age 33, $180/5.
66. WALKER, George W., age 24, $150/12.
67. WALKER, Oliver, age 23, $140/18.
68. WAMMOCK, Iverson H., age 22, $115/20.
69. WHITE, John F., age 42, $145/18.
70. WILLIAMS, Dock, age 42, $150/15.
71. WILSON, Abraham, age 28, $130/12.
72. WINEGORD, Isaac, age 38, $100/18.
73. YATES, William, age 28, $160/5.
74. YEAMANS, Frederick, age 44, $125/18.




VOLUME 2, PP 84-85

Memorandum Muster and Descriptive Roll of Captain Robert Bullock's Independent
Canpany of Florida Mounted Volunteers.

"Mellonville, Fla., March 11, 1857. Herewith, a Memorandum Muster and des-
criptive Roll of Capt. Robert Bullock's Independent Campany of Fla. Mounted
Vols. signed by A. L. Magilton, 1st Lieut, 4th Art'y, Mustering Officer. This
Company was mustered into service of the United States March 11, 1857 for 6
months and mustered out Sept 10, 1857. Muster in and muster out rolls are the
only records of this company for that period on file which have been carded.
There are no books of this organization as the roll herewith substituted shows
the personal description of every member mustered in with Coapany on March 11,
1857 which is not shown by any other record. It is suggested that this Roll be
carded as a muster and descriptive Roll."

/s/ A. L. Magilton, 1st Lieut, 4th Arty
Mustering Officer.

NOTE: This roll was headed: (1) Names, (2) Rank, (3) Age, (4) Where Born
(Town and County), (5) Where Born (State or Kingdom), (6) Height (Feet/Inches),
(7) Color of Cmaplexion-Eyes-Hair, (8) Occupation, (9) Value of Horse-Horse
Equipment, and (10) Remarks.








VOL. 2, PP 84-84, Descriptive Roll, Cont'd

1. Robert BULLOCK, Capt., age 28; Grandville, NC; 5'10-1/2", fair-grey-
light; Clerk, $225/10.
1. Benjamin O. GRENARD, 1st Lt., age 26, Warren, GA; 5'8", fair-blue-brown,
farmer, $200/10.
2. Munroe BULLOCK, 2d Lt., age 39, Grandville, NC; 5'11", fair-grey-dark,
farmer, $200/15.

1. William B. CENTER, 1st Sgt., age 23, Richland, SC; 5'10", fair-grey-dark,
farmer, $175/15.
2. Robert B. SAVAGE, Sgt., age 22, Carleton, SC; 5'8", wheelwright, $180/12.
3. William S. FUSSELL, Sgt., age 20, Ware, GA; 5'7", dark-dark-dark, farmer,
$80/5.
4. Aaron GUNTER, Sgt., age 26, Lexington, SC; 5'9", dark-blue-dark, farmer,
$135/25.

1. George C. TIPPINS, Corpl., age 33, Tatnall, GA; 6'2", fair-blue-light,
farmer, $150/6.
2. Samuel C. REDDICK, Corpl, age 20, Edgefield, SC; 5'9", dark-grey-auburn,
farmer, $150/6.
3. Elias JERNIGAN, Corpl, age 22, Camden, GA; 5'8", dark-grey-brown, farmer,
$125/12.
4. William W. WOODRUFF, age 27, Pike, Miss., 6'1", fair-blue-brown, farmer,
$150/18.

1. Simeon A. MANOR, Bugler, age 21, Burke, GA; 5'8", dark-grey-dark, farmer,
$150/20.
2. Francis W. ROSS, Bugler, age 18, Chester, SC; 5'7", florid-blue-auburn,
$220/12.

1. Constant POTTER, Blacksmith/farrier, age 44, Ontario, NY, 5'7-1/2", dark-
grey-dark, blacksmith, $125/12.

PRIVATES

1. ANDERSON, James S., age 37, Edgefield, SC; 5'11", fair-blue-light, farmer
$140/18.
2. BAKER, Malcomb L., age 19, Sumpter, SC; 5'8", fair-blue-light, farmer,
$150/10.
3. BARBER, Francis C., age 28, Liberty, GA; 5'10", dark-blue-brown, farmer,
$140/15.
4. BARBER, John J., age 20, Columbia, FL; 5'11", fair-blue-brown, farmer,
$150/8.
5. BASFORD, James C. L., age 22, Brunswick, NC; 5'9", fair-grey-sandy, far-
mer, $150/8.
6. BIRD, Jesse, age 40, Bullock, GA; 5'8", dark-blue-dark, farmer, $170/10.
7. BIRD, Wiley, age 22, Bullock, GA; 5'8", dark-blue-brown, farmer, $115/20.
8. BOSTICK, James H., age 26, Anderson, SC; 5'11", fair-blue-light, fanner,
$125/15.
9. BRYANT, Dempsey H., age 24, Clarke, GA; 5'8", fair-grey-sandy, farmer,
$150/5.
10. BULLOCK, Pickney, age 26, Horry, SC; 5'9", dark-blue-dark, farmer,
$190/25.








VOL. 2, PP 84-85, PRIVATES, Cont'd

11. CONNER, Willis W., age 34, Tatnall, GA; 6'l", light-hazel-brown, carpen-
ter, $180/20.
12. CURRY, Grandville J., age 19, Marion, FL; 6'l", dark-dark-dark, farmer,
$140/12.
13. CURRY, Jackson, age 18, Early, GA; 5'8", darak-dark-dark, mail rider,
$175/25.
14. CURRY, Jones, age 43, Scriven, GA; 5'8", dark-dark-dark, farmer, $160/12.
15. DUNKIN, Benj'm F., age 21, TWiggs, GA; 5'8", dark-dark-brown, farmer,
$125/12.
16. ERRICKSON, Jon P., age 25, Bremon, Norway; 5'6",florid-blue-black, car-
penter, $140/10.
17. FEWOX, Robert, age 38, Carleton, SC; 5'10", dark-blue-brown, farmer,
$150/20.
18. FOWLER, William, age 19, Abbeville, SC;; 5'9", fair-blue-fark, farmer,
$130/20.
19. FUSSELL, Berian, age 21, Irwin, GA; 5'3", dark-dark-dark, farmer, $150/8.
20. FUSSELL, Jacob, age 21, Ware, GA; 5'3", dark-grey-brown, farmer, $170/18.
21. FUSSELL, James L., age 24, Ware, GA; 5'6", dark-dark-dark, farmer,
$175/20.
22. GARDNER, Ephraim G., age 28, Marion, SC; 6'6", dark-dark-dark, farmer,
$140/20.
23. GORE, James B., age 36, Columbus, NC; 5'11", fair-blue-light, farmer,
$125/10.
24. GORNTO, William W., age 20, Loundes, GA; 5'10", dark-gray-black, farmer,
$125/8.
25. HART, Daniel W., age 27, Jacksonville, FL; 5'8", ligh-blue-brown, clerk,
$170/5.
26. HODGES, Elias, age 21, Duley, GA; 6'8", fair-blue-light, farmer, $140/12.
27. HODGES, Samuel, age 29, Duley, GA; 6'6", dark-blue-black, carpenter,
$95/5.
28. HOGANS, James W., age 43, Carleton, SC; 5'7", dark-dark-dark, farmer,
$140/10.
29. HUGHEY, George W., age 26, Applin, GA; 5'11", dark-blue-brown, farmer,
$125/15.
30. HUGHEY, Thamas, age 42, Morgan, GA, 5'10", dark-grey-brown, farmer,
$180/10.
31. HULL, Benjamin F., age 39, Butler, GA; 5'6", dark-grey-brown, farmer,
$100/10.
32. JERKINS, John T., age 30, Wilkinson, GA; 6'1", dark-blue-brown, farmer,
$130/10.
33. JERNIGAN, Aaron, Jr., age 19, Camden, GA; 5'11", dark-gray-brown, farmer,
$100/5.
34. JERNIGAN, Elias P., age 20, Camden, GA; 5'11", dark-hazel-black, $150/12.
35. JERNIGAN, Isaac, age 43, Ware, GA; 5'11", dark-gray-dark, farmer, $170/8.
36. JORDAN, William, age 30, Washington, GA; 5'6", light-blue-light, farmer,
$100/15.
37. LASSITER, Campbell, age 44, Sampson, NC; 6'6", dark-blue-black, coach
maker, $200/25.
38. LASSITER, William R., age 20, Union, LA; 6'6", dark-blue-brown, farmer,
$175/25.
39. LASSITER, Sidney W., age 18, Union, LA; 5'7", dark-gray-brown, farmer,
$140/15.








VOL. 2, PP 84-85, PRIVATES, Cont'd

40. MERRICK, Augustus, age 37, Southampton, VA; 5'9", dark-dark-dark, farmer,
$125/5.
41. MINSHEW, Archibald, age 18, Camden, GA; 5'7", dark-blue-brown, farmer,
$160/10.
42. McCLURE, Robert L., age 22, Camden, GA; 5'6", fair-blue-brown, farmer,
$150/15.
43. McLAUGHLIN, Frederick J., age 43, Sumpter, SC; 6'2", dark-dark-dark,
farmer, $100/10.
44. McLAUGHLIN, Littleton, age 18, Richland, SC; 5'8", dark-dark-dark, far-
mer, $100/5.
45. McLEOD, Henry R., age 22, Thomas, GA; 5'5", dark-gray-dark, clerk,
$140/15.
46. NEWTON, Charles T., age 35, Otsego, NY, 5'11", florid-blue-light, farmer,
$160/5.
47. NOBLES, John, age 21, Camden, GA; 5'6", dark-dark-dark, farmer, $140/10.
48. PATRICK, Harvey J., age 28, Sumpter, SC; 5'8", dark-gray-brown, farmer,
$140/15.
49. PATRICK, James J., age 19, Camden, GA; (height?), fair-hazel-dark, far-
mer, $175/15.
50. PATRICK, John, Sr., age 42, Carleton, SC; 5'8", fair-blue-sandy, farmer,
$140/6.
51. PATRICK, John B., age 23, Wayne, GA; 5'6", dark-blue-dark, farmer,$200/15
52. PATRICK, John N., age 18, Camden, GA; 5'6", dark-gray-dark, farmer,125/18
53. PATRICK, William A., age 19, Camden, GA; 5'8", fair-hazel-light, farmer,
$175/18.
54. PATRICK, Wright W., age 19, Camden, GA; 5'8", florid-blue-light, farmer,
$200/15.
55. PHARR, Edward, age 29, Walton, GA; 5'8", fair-blue-light, farmer,
$175/10.
56. POWELL, Isaac, age 25, Columbia, FL; 6'8", fair-blue-dark, farmer,
$200/10.
57. PRESCOTT, Jesse S., age 43, Barnwell, SC; 5'10", florid, blue, brown,
farmer, $125/5.
58. ROBERTSON, Henry, age 22, Ware, GA; 5'6", fair-blue-light, farmer,
$100/5.
59. ROW, William, age 27, Liberty, GA; 5'6", fair-gray-light, farmer,
$175/10.
60. SIMMONS, Wilson, age 26, Beaufort, SC; 5'9", dark-blue-dark, farmer,
$160/5.
61. SPEER, Arthur A., age 18, Munroe, GA; 5'7", fair-blue-brown, farmer,
$165/20.
62. STEWART, Robert L., age 20, Mecklinburg, NC; 5'8", fair-gray-dark, farm-
er, $160/10.
63. TANNER, John, age 44, Twiggs, GA; 5'6", florid-blue-brown, farmer,
$150/10.
64. TURNER, David, Jr., age 30, Duval, FL; 5'8", fair-blue-brown, logger,
$200/20.
65. TYLER, W1. M., age 33, Barnwell, GA; 5'8", fair-blue-brown, merchant,
$180/5.
66. WALKER, George W., age 24, Jefferson, FL; 5'9", dark-hazel-brown, farmer,
$150/12.
67. WALKER, Oliver, age 23, Ware, GA; 6'1", dark-blue-light, farmer, $140/18.








VOL. 2, PP, 84-85, PRIVATES, Cont'd

68. MAMMOCK, Iverson H., age 22, Jones, GA; 5'11", fair-blue-auburn, mason,
$115/20.
69. WHITE, John F., age 42, Lancaster, PA; dark-blue-brown, farrier, $175/18.
70. WILLIAMS, Dock, age 42, Green, GA;; 5'10", dark-blue-dark, farmer,
$150/15
71. WILSON, Abraham, age 28, Edgefield, SC; 5'11", fair-blue-brown, farmer,
$130/12.
72. WINEGORD, Isaac, age 38, Schoharie, NY; 5'6", dark-blue-black, farmer,
$100/18.
73. YATES, William B., age 28, Emanuel, GA; 5'8", dark-blue-brown, farmer,
$160/5
74. YEAMANS, Frederick, age 44, McIntosh, GA; 5'8", dark-gray-dark, saddler,
$125/18.



VOLUME 2, PP 86-87

Muster Roll of Captain Robert Bullock's Independent Company of Mounted Florida
Volunteers, called into the service of the United States by Brevet Brig-Gen'l
W. S. Harney under instructions of 14 Nov. 1856 fran the War Department, AGO,
at Mellonville, Fla., on the llth Day of March 1857 to serve the term of six
months from the date of enrollment, unless sooner discharged, fran the llth Day
of March 1857 to the 10th Day of September 1857. The Company was organized by
Capt. Robert Bullock at Mellonville, Fla. in the month of March 1857.

This muster roll was certified by signatures of Capt. Bullock, and F. Solcman,
1st Lieut., to be true, just and accurate. Lt. F. Solcman inspected and dis-
charged the company at Mellonville on 10 Sept. 1857.

NOTE: Figures following names denote dollar value of horse/horse equipment.

1. Robert BULLOCK, Capt., age 28; $225/10.
2. Benjamin O. GRENANRD, 1st Lt., age 26, $200/10; horse died, cause unknown
on Aug. 20th; remounted same day.
3. Munroe BULLOCK, Lt., age 39, $200/15; horse died 8 July from hard scout-
ing and want of water; remounted

1. William B. CENTER, Sgt., age 23, $$175/15; horse died 25th Aug. from
strain.
2. Robert B. SAVAGE, Sgt., age 22, $180/12.
3. William S. FUSSELL, Sgt., age 20; $80/5.
4. Aaron GUNTER, Sgt., age 26, $135/12.

1. George C. TIPPINS, Corpl., age 33, $135/25.
2. Samuel C. REDDICK, Corpl., age 20, $150/6.
3. George W. WALKER, Corpl., age 34; $150/12; appointed Corpl., June 1 when
JERNIGAN deserted.
4. Win. W. WOODRUFF, Corpl., age 27; $150/18.

1. Simeon A. MANOR, Bugler, age 21, $150/20; absent sick since Aug. 1st at
Tampa; horse in service until ordered out.
2. Francis W. ROSS, Bugler, age 18, $220/12.








VOL. 2, PP 86-87, Cont'd

1. Constant POTTER, Blacksmith/farrier, age 44, $125/12.

PRIVATES

1. BAKER, Malccmb, age 19, $150/10.
2. BARBER, Francis, age 28, $140/15; deserted June llth; returned June
28th.
3. BARBER, John J., age 20, $150; deserted June llth; returned June 28th.
4. BASFORD, James C., age 22, $150/8.
5. BIRD, Jesse, age 40, $170/10.
6. BIRD, Wiley, age 22, $115/20.
7. BOSTICK, James H., age 26, $125/15; horse died frcm hard scouting and
want of water; remounted 31 July 1857.
8. BRYANT, Dempsey, age 24, $150/5.
9. BULLOCK, Pickney, age 26, $190/25.
10. CONNOR, Willis W., age 34, $180/20.
11. CURRY, Grandville, age 19, $140/12.
12. CURRY, Jackson, age 18, $175/25.
13. CURRY, Jones, age 43, $160/12.
14. DUNKIN, Benj'm F., age 21, $125/12.
15. ERRICKSON, John J., age 25, $140/10.
16. FEWOX, Robert, age 38, $150/20.
17. FOWLER, William, age 19, $130/20.
18. FUSSELL, Berian, age 21, $150/8.
19. FUSSELL, Jacob, age 21, $170/18.
20. FUSSELL, James L., age 24, $175/20.
21. GARDINER, Ephraim G., age 28, $140/20.
22. GORE, James B., age 36, $125/10; horse died 20th Aug, supposed to have
been frma hard scouting; not remounted.
23. GORNTO, William W., age 20, $125/8.
24. HART, Daniel W., age 27, $170/5.
25. HODGES Elias, age 21, $140/12.
26. HODGES, Samuel, age 29, $95/5.
27. HOGANS, James W., agea 43, $140/10.
28. HUGHEY, George W., age 26, $125/15.
29. HUGHEY, Thcmas, age 42, $180/10.
30. HULL, Benj'm F., age 39, $100/10.
31. JERKIN, John T., age 30, $130/10.
32. JERNIGAN, Aaron, Jr., age 19, $100/5; deserted June 5th; returned June
28th.
33. JERNIGAN, Elias P., age 20, $150/12; deserted June 5th; returned June
28th.
34. JERNIGAN, Isaac, age 43, $170/8; deserted June 5th; returned June 28th.
35. JORDON, William, age 30, $100/15; horse died Aug 20th, cause founder,
remounted Sept. 4, 1857.
36. LASSITER, Campbell, age 44, $200/25.
37. LASSITER, William R., age 20, $175/25.
38. LASSITER, Sidney W., age 18, $140/15.
39. MERRICK, Augustus, age 37, $125/5; horse died Aug. 20, cause unknown,
not remounted.
40. MINSHEW, Archibald, age 18, $160/10.
41. McCLURE, Robt. L., age 22, $150/15.








VOL. 2, PP 86-87, PRIVATES, Cont'd

42. McIAUGHLIN, Frederick, age 43, $100/10 absent sick; dismounted at
Ocala, Fla.
43. McIAUGHLIN, Littleton, age 18; $100/5.
44. McLEOD, Henry R., age 22, $140/15.
45. NEWTON, Charles T., age 35, $160/5.
46. NOBLES, John, age 21, $140/10; horse died June 18th with big shoulder
not remounted.
47. PATRICK, Harvey J., age 28, $140/15.
48. PATRICK, James J., age 19, $175/15.
49. PATRICK, John B., age 23, $200/15.
50. PATRICK, John N., age 18, $125/18.
51. PATRICK, Wn. A., age 19, $175/18.
52. PATRICK, Wright W., age 19, $200/15.
53. PHARR, Edward, age 39, $175/10; horse drowned 25 July; remounted same
day.
54. POWELL, Isaac, age 25, $200/10.
55. PRESCOTT, Jesse, age 43, $125/5; horse died Sept. 8, cause unknown, re-
mounted same day.
56. ROBERTSON, Henry, age 22, $100/5.
57. ROW, William, age 27, $115/10.
58. SIMMONS, Wilson, age 26, $160/5; horse died 6 Aug. when a building fell
on him because of weather.
59. SPEER, Arthur A., age 18, $165/20.
60. STEWART, Robert L., age 20, $160/10.
61. TANNER, John, age 44; $150/10.
62. TURNER, David, Jr., age 30, $200/210; absent without leave from 13th to
26th March.
63. TYLER, William W., age 33, $180/5.
64. WALKER, Elias, age 23, $140/18; horse died 12 July of exhaustion; re-
mounted on Aug. 12th.
65. WAMMOCK, Iverson, age 22, $115/20; horse died Aug. 22 in a bog, broken
leg.
66. WHITE, John F., age 42, $175/18; horse died Sept. 2, cause unknown,
remounted.
67. WILSON, Abraham, age 28, $130/12; horse died 14 July cause supposed to
be overheated, not remounted.
68. YATES, Wn. B., age 28, $160/5.
69. YEAMANS, Frederick, age 44, $125/18.

DESERTED:
1. Elias JERNIGAN, Corpl., age 32, $125/12; deserted June 11, 1857.
2. John PATRICK, Sr., Private, age 42, $140/6; deserted June 5, 1857.

DISCHARGED ON SURGEON'S CERTIFICATE OF DISABILITY:
1. James L., ANDERSON, Private, age 37, $140/18..
2. Dock WILLIAMS, Private, age 42, $150/15.
3. Isaac WINEGORD, age 38, $100/18.








VOLUME 2, PP 88-89


Muster Roll of Captain Robert Bullock's Company of Florida Mounted Volunteers
ordered into the service of the United States by Col. Gustavus Loomis, under
Instructions from the War Dept., A.G.O., of 4th November 1856, fran the 28th
Day of September 1857 for six months.

On 28 Sept. 1857 at Mellonville, Fla., by signature, Robt. Bullock, Captain,
certified this muster to be accurate and just and that "each man answers to his
own proper name in person." 1st Lieut. Solomon also certified the muster to
be true and just and that he had accepted the Company into service of the Uni-
ted States for the term of six months, beginning on 28th Sept. 1857.

By signature, John R. Worthington, Isaac Winegord, and A. J. Vaughn, Appraisers
certified that the "valuation of horses and horse equipment ... shew the true
cash value at the place of enrollment according to our honest impartial judge-
ment."

NOTE: Figures following names indicate value of horse/horse equipment.

1. Robert BULLOCK, Captain, age 28, $225/15.
1. Isaac N. RUTLAND, Ist Lt., age 31, $175/12.
2. Edmund R. CHEESBOROUGH, 2d Lt., age 31, $225/15.

1. Samuel C. REDDICK, Sgt., age 21, $150/8.
2. Henry R. McLEOD, Sgt., age 22, $150/18.
3. Edward PHARR, Sgt., age 29, $150/25.
4. Wn. W. WOODRUFF, Sgt., age 27, $150/15.

1. Harvey J. PATRICK, Corpl., age 28, $150/25.
2. Mathew H. ALBRITTON, Corpl., age 32, $75/5.
3. John W. HARDEN, Corpl., age 24, $100/12.
4. Thomas J. LOWELL, Corpl., age 23, $180/15.

1. William L. SECREST, Bugler, age 18, $150/15.
2. Clarence H. STEWART, Bugler, age 17, $100/8.

1. Constant POTTER, Blacksmith/Farrier, age 40, $160/5.


PRIVATES

1. ANDERSON, James, age 38, $175/20.
2. BASFORD, William W., age 25, $65/5.
3. BASFORD, James C. L., age 22, $140/10.
4. BOSTICK, James H ., age 25, $160/10.
5. CONNOR, Willis W., age 37, $170/10.
6. CURRY, Jones, age 43, $150/12.
7. DAVIS, Alfred A., age 29, $150/10.
8. DANFORD, Thomas, age 29, $125/10.
9. DURKIN, Francis, age 31, $150/12.
10. ERRICKSON, John P., age 25, $150/5.
11. GAY, Eli, age 19, $110/5.








VOL. 2, PP 88-89, PRIVATES, Cont'd

12. GORNTO, William W., age 21, $140/20.
13. GREEN, Leonidas H ., age 22, $175/15.
14. HINES, William J., age 22, $175/10.
15. HOGANS, Jams W., age 43, $175/15.
16. HODGES, John R., age 26, $150/5.
17. HODGES, Elias, age 21, $140/5.
18. HUGHEY, George M., age 26, $100/10.
19. HUGHEY, Benj'm H., age 18, $175/15.
20. HUNTOON, Wm. H., age 35, $125/15.
21. HUTCHINSON, James B., age 21, $80/10.
22. JERNIGAN, Moses, age 20, $150/12.
23. JORDON, Willilam, age 31, $150/15.
24. MERRICK, Augustus, age 43, $125/5.
25. MILLICAN, Andrew, age 28, $100/8.
26. McCLURE, Robert L., age 21, $175/15.
27. NOBLES, John, age 21, $125/5.
28. PATRICK, William A., age 20, $125/15.
29. PATRICK, Wright W., age 19, $150/10.
30. PHARR, James, age 23, $125/5.
31. PRESCOTT, Lemuel, age 20, $225/10.
32. PRESCOTT, Thomas P., age 19, $140/5.
33. RAMMER, Gaspor, age 19, $150/5.
34. SCARBOROUGH, Albert, age 22, $150/5.
35. SELLERS, Daniel W., age 26, $150/5.
36. SELLERS, Jesse E., age 18, $150/15.
37. TATE, Robert H., age 19, $150/20.
38. TATE, Thomas M., age 18, $200/20.
39. THIGPEN, Thomas, age 27, $80/8.
40. PIPPINS, George C., age 34, $175/10.
41. WOODS, Francis M., age 19, $150/15.
42. WOODS, Thomas J., age 18, $160/20.
43. YATES, Nedham, Jr., age 18, $150/5.
44. YEAMANS, Frederick, age 45, $150/10.


PRIVATES ENLISTED IN COMPANY

NOTE: Date of enlistment follows age of enlistee:

1. BAKER, John, age 18, Oct. 5; $150/10.
2. BAKER, Malcomb L., age 19, Oct. 5, $125/5.
3. BENTON, John G., age 38, Sept. 29, $160/15.
4. BIRD, Jesse, age 39, Oct. 2, $150/15.
5. BIRD, Wiley, age 23, Oct. 2, $150/10.
6. BLACKWELDER, Wiley, age 18, Oct. 5, $150/5.
7. BROOK, Thomas D., age ?, Oct. 5, $160/10.
8. CURRY, Russell, age ?, Oct. 2, $150/5.
9. GRIFFEN, Benjamin, age ?, Oct. 3, $125/5.
10. HARPER, Calvin, age ?, Oct. 5, $135/10.
11. HARPER, Jacob, age ?, Oct. 5, $135/5.
12. HART, Marshall A., age ?, Oct. 5, $140/6.
13. HODGES, James S., age?, Oct. 5, $140/10.









VOL. 2, PP 88-89, PRIVATES, Cont'd

14. HODGES, John, age ?, Oct. 5, $140/8.
15. HODGES, William, age ?, Oct. 5, $150/6.
16. HUGHEY, Thomas, age ?, Oct. 2, $150/18.
17. MEADOWS, John M., age ?, Sept. 29, $175/5.
18. MORRISON, Nathaniel, age ?, Sept. 30, $175/20.
19. ROSS, Francis W., age ?, Sept. 29, $200/8.
20. SHELDON, John A., age ?, Oct. 5, $150/5.
21. SMITH, Samuel P., age ?, Oct. 3, $155/5.
22. VISHMON, Henry J., age ?, Oct. 3, $75/5.
23. WHEELER, Charles, age ?, $175/10.
24. YATES, James F., age 17, Sept. 29, $150/15.
25. YATES, William B., age 33, Sept. 29, $165/5.
26. RICHARDS, James R., age 24, Oct. 5, $85/5.



VOLUME 2, PP 90-91

Muster Roll of Captain Robert Bullock's Independent Ccmpany of Florida Mounted
Volunteers, called into service of the United States by Col. G. Loanis, 8th
Infantry, under Instructions of the War Dept., A.G.O. (dated) Nov. 4, 1856, at
Mellonville, Fla., on the 28th Day of September 1857 to serve for the term of
six months, frma the date of enrollment, unless sooner discharged, frma the 28
Day of September 1857 to the 28 Day of March 1858. The Company was organized
by Capt. Robert Bullock at Ocala, Fla. in the month of September 1857 and
marched thence to Mellonville ... a distance of 90 miles.

By signature, on 28 March 1858 at Fort Brooke, Fla., Robert Bullock, Captain
Commanding Company, certified this muster roll to be true, accurate and just
and that the valuation of all horses/horse equipment since the muster in ser-
vice was made by disinterested and good judges, at fair and just rates.
By signature on same date and place, Francis N. Page, Asst. Adj. Gen'l & Mus-
tering Officer, certified the muster roll as accurate and just and honorably
discharged the company.

NOTE: The figures following age are (1) miles travelled to rendezvous/miles
travelled to homes, (2) Value of horse/horse equipment.

1. Robert BULLOCK, Capt., age 28, 90/100, $225/15; horse died Nov. 8 for
want of forage; ccrmanded Ft. Center 11/19 to 12/18/1857; commanded
Ft. Dennaud frmn 1/30 to 3/4/1858.
1. Isaac N. RUTLAND, 1st Lt., age 31, 0/120, $175/12; horse strayed Nov.
10th; remounted.
2. Edward R. CHEESBOROUGH, 2d Lt., age 31, 90/100; commanded Ft. Center
from 12/18/1857 to 14 Mar. 1858.

1. Samuel C. REDDICK, 1st Sgt., age 21; 90/100; $150/8.
2. Henry R. McLEOD, Sgt., age 22; 90/100; $150/18.
3. Edward PHARR, Sgt., age 29; 90/100; $150/25; horse died 12/4 cause un-
known; remounted 12/7, horse strayed & lost 3/1/1857; not remounted.
4. Wn. W. WOODRUFF, Sgt., age 29; 90/100; $150/15.









VOL. 2, PP 90-91, Cont'd

1. Harvey J. PATRICK, Corpl., age 28; 90/100; $150/25; horse strayed and
lost; remounted immediately.
2. Mathew H. ALBRITTON, Corpl., age 32; 90/100; $75/5.
3. John W. HARDEN, Corpl., age 24; 90/100; $100/12.
4. Thomas J. SAWELL, Corpl., age 23; 0/120; $180/15; horse gave out on
march & abandoned 24 Mar 1858; not remounted.

1. Wn. L. SECREST, Bugler, age 18; 90/100; $150/15.
2. Clarence H. STEWART, Bugler, age 17; 90/100; $100/8.

1. Constant POTTER, Blacksmith & farrier, age 40; 0/120; $160/5.

PRIVATES

1. ANDERSON, James S., age 38, 90/100; $175/20.
2. BASFORD, William W., age 28, 90/100; $65/5; horse died Oct. 8, 1857;
remounted immediately.
3. BASFORD, James C. L., age 22, 90/100; $140/10; horse strayed & lost
March 1, 1858; not remounted.
4. BOSTWICK, James H., age 25, 90/100; $160/10.
5. BAKER, John, age 18, 0/120; $150/10.
6. BAKER, Malcomb R., age 19, 0/120; $125/5.
7. BENTON, John G., age 38, 0/120; $160/15.
8. BIRD, Jesse, age 39, 0/120; $150/15.
9. BLACKWELDER, Wiley, age 18; 0/120; $150/5.
10. BIRD, Wiley, age 23, 0/120; $150/10.
11. BROOK, Thomas P., age 19, 0/120; $160/10.
12. CURRY, James, age 43, 0/120; $150/12.
13. CURRY, Russell, age 18, 0/120; $150/5.
14. DAVIS, Alfred, age 29, 0/120; $150/10.
15. DANFORD, Thcmas, age 25, 0/120; $135/10.
16. DUSTIN, Francis, age 39, 0/120; $150/12.
17. ERRICKSON, John P., age 25, 0/120; $150/5.
18. GREEN, Leonidas H., age 22, 90/100; $175/15.
19. GRIFFIN, Benjamin, age 32, 0/120; $125/5.
20. HINES, William J., age 22, 90/100; $175/10.
21. HOGANS, James W., age 43, 0/120; $175/15.
22. HODGES, John R., age 26, 0/120; $150/5; horse died on march Oct. 25,
1857; remounted immediately.
23. HODGES, Elias, age 21, 0/120; $140/5.
24. HUGHEY, Benjamin H., age 18, 0/120; $175/15.
25. HUNTOON, Wn. H., age 35, 0/120; $125/15.
26. HUTCHISON, James P., age 21, 90/100; $80/10.
27. HARPER, Calvin, age 19, 0/120; $135/10.
28. HARPER, Jacob, age 18, 0/120; $135/5.
29. HART, Marshall A., age 23, 0/120; $140/6; horse died 2/28/1858; re-
mounted immediately.
30. HODGES, James S, age 16, 0/120; $140/10.
31. HARDEN, Thomas H., age 19, 0/120; $150/5.
32. HODGES, William, age 28, 0/120; $150/6.
33. HUGHEY, Thomas, age 44, 0/120; $150/18.
34. JERNIGAN, Moses, age 20, 90/100; $150/12.









VOL. 2, PP 90-91, PRIVATES, Cont'd

35. JORDAN, William, age 31, 0/120; $150/15; horse died 1/18/1858; remount-
ed immediately; dismounted 3/24/1858, not remounted.
36. MERICK, Augustus, age 43, 0/120; $125/5.
37. MILLICAN, Andrew J., age 28, 90/100; $100/8.
38. McCLURE, Robert L., age 21, 90/100; $175/15.
39. MEADOWS, John M., age 18, 90/199;; $175/5.
40. MORISON, Nathaniel, age 25, 90/100; $175/10.
41. NOBLES, John, age 21, 90/100; $125/5.
42. PATRICK, William A., age 20, 0/120; $125/15.
43. PATRICK, Wright W., age 19, 0/120; $150/10; horse strayed & lost 2/15/
1858; remounted immediately.
44. PHARR, James, age 23, 0/120; $125/15.
45. PRESCOTT, Lemuel, age 20, 0/120; $225/10.
46. PRESCOTT, Thcmas, age 19, 0/120; $140/5.
47. PRESCOTT, John A., age ?, 0/120; $135/7.
48. RAMMER, Gasper, age 19, 0/120; $150/5.
49. ROSS, Francis W., age 18, 90/100; $200/8.
50. RICHARDS, James R., age 24, 0/120; $85/5.
51. SCARBOROUWH, Albert, age 22, 0/120;; $150/5.
52. SELLERS, Daniel W., age 26, 90/100; $150/5; sick in hospital; horse
strayed 3/1/1858; not remounted.
53. SELLERS, Jesse A., age 18, 90/100; $150/15; sick in hospital; horse
strayed 3/1/1858; not remounted.
54. SHELDON, John N., age 25, 0/120; $150/5.
55. SMITH, Samuel P., age 18, 0/120; $155/5.
56. TATE, Robert H ., age 19, 90/100; $150/15.
57. TATE, Thcmas M., age 18, 90/100; $150/20.
58. THIGPEN, Thcmas, age 27, 0/120; $80/8.
59. TIPPINS, Geroge C., age 34, 0/120; $175/10; horse died 2/10/1858; re-
mounted immediately.
60. TUCKER, John G., age 27, 0/120; $140/10.
61. VISHMON, Henry J., age 21, 0/120; $75/5.
62. WOODS, Thomas J., age 18, 90/100; $160/20.
63. WOODS, Francis M., age 19, 90/100; $150/15.
64. WHEELER, Charles, age 27, 0/120; $175/10.
65. YATES, James F., age 17, 0/120; $150/15.
66. YATES, William B., age 33, 0/120; $165/5.
67. YATES, Needham, Jr., age 18, 0/120; $150/5.
68. YECMANS, Frederick, age 45, 90/100; $150/10.

DIED:
1. Eli GAY, Private, age 19; died at Ft. Myers 3/10/1858; horse died
3/5/1858.
2. William W. GORNTO, Private, age 21, died 3/6/1858 at Ft. Deynaud.
3 George M. HUGHEY, Private, age 26, died 1/31.1858 at Ft. Deynaud.

DESERTED:
1. Willis M. CONNOR, Private, age 37; deserted 10/20/1857.

DISCHARGED FOR DISABILITY:
1. John HODGES, Private, age 30, $140/8; discharged 1/4/1858 at Ft. Brooke.









VOLUME 2, PP 92-93


Muster Roll of Captain Arthur Burney's Company of the Florida Mounted Militia
commanded by Col. W. J. Bailey, ordered into service of the Territory by Gov.
R. R. Reid from the 25th Day of February to the 25th Day of November 1840 when
discharged.

On 24 Nov. 1840 at Fort Braden, Middle Florida, Arthur Burney, Captain, Cam-
manding the Cmapany, certified by signature that this muster roll was true,
accurate and just and that the "recapitulation exhibits in every particular the
state of the company."

NOTE: S. Churchill, Inspector & Mustering Officer, certified the roll as
being accurate but most of his remarks were unreadable since they have been
taped over.

The Company was mustered at Camp Blackburn by Gen'l Graham.

1. Arthur BURNEY, Captain
2. Jesse P. HOLLAMAN, 1st Lt., sick at Gadsden Co., from Nov. 15.
3. Kinney MEW, Lieut.

1. Stephen J. HOUSTON, Sgt., appointed Sgt. from Private on 1 March.
2. Archibald MOORE, Sgt., appointed Sgt. fran Private on 1 March.
3. John C. PEAKE, Sgt., appointed Sgt. fran Private on 1 March.
4. Jesse L. EVRITT, Sgt., appointed Sgt. fram Private on 1 March.

1. Nelson SKIPPER, Corpl.; absent attending Lt. HOLLAMAN from Nov. 15.
2. Joseph D. BROWN, Corpl; appointed Corpl. from Private on 1 March.
3. David L. EVANS, Corpl; appointed Corpl. from Private on 1 March.
4. Andrew PATTISON, Corpl; appointed Corpl. fran Private on 1 March.

PRIVATES

1. AGER, Charles 19. FARMER, George E.
2. ATKINS, Durden 20. FERNANDEZ, Antonio, from 7/10
3. BUNCH, Andrew service performed by Thomas
4. BURNEY, David BRACHER who was present at
5. BOLAND, James muster for discharge Nov. 24
6. BYRD, A. J. by order of the Captain.
7. BOATRIGHT, Benj'm 21. GILL, Henry
8. BOLINSKI, John 22. GILLY, Nathan
9. OODDING, G. T. 23. HUMPHREYS, Hugh
10. CANNON, Legrann 24. HALE, Lewis
11. CARPENTER, Rich'd 25. HOWE, Joseph
12. DREISS, Charles 26. HODGE, Elias
13. DAILEY, John 27. HODGE, John
14. DEAN, Joshua 28. HARRISON, Wn.
15. D ? Godfrey, sick at 29. KYLE, A. H.
Tallahassee fran 11/4. 30. KYLE, Cameron
16. DAVIS, E. W. 31. LASLEY, Maccm
17. FARIER, Fredrick 32. MACK, John
18. FENEGAN, Patrick 33. McCORT, James, died 11/18/1840.









VOL. 2, PP 92-92, PRIVATES, Cont'd

34. MOODY, John 52. ROBERT, James R.
35. MYRICK, D. M. 53. ROBINSON, Lewis, service perform-
36. McKINNEY, Patrick ed fran 10/9 by substitute, Jacob
37. AMcGRATH, Daniel RAKER.
38. MOODY, Jackson 54. STEWART, Samuel, from 7/15 service
39. MOODY, Benjamin performed by substitute, Willis
40. MORTGAGE, William BRATCHER.
41. MILLER, Andrew 55. SPEARS, James
42. McDOUGLE, John 56. SELDEN, Hasiel
43. O'CONNOR, William 57. SIMMONS, H. E.
44. PORTER, Christopher 58. STOKES, George
45. PITMAN, John 59. SHEROLD, James S.
46. PARISH, Wiley 60. SADBURY, Richard
47. PARISH, Thomas 61. TACY, Lewis
48. QUIMBEY, Daniel 62. VINSANT, William
49. RAKER, Mathew, Sr., sick at 63. WETHINGTON, John B.
home, Leon Co. from 11/14. 64. WALLACE, James
50. REDRICH, Charles 65. WEAKES, William
51. RAKER, Mathew, Jr. 66. YOUNG, James


VOLUME 2, PP 94-95


Muster Roll of Captain Isaac Bush's Infantry Company of the First Regiment of
Florida Volunteers, commanded by Col. John Warren, ordered into service of the
United States by Maj. Gen'l Thos. S. Jesup frmn the 21 Day of October to the
26th Day of December 1837 under the Act of the 23rd of May 1836.

On 26 December 1837 at Jacksonville, E. F, by signature, Isaac Bush, Captain,
commanding the Company certified the muster roll to be accurate and just and
"that they (the officers & men) were not mounted during any part of the time.

On the same date and place, John H. Winder, 1st Lt., 1st Regt. Art'y, the
Inspector & Mustering Officer, certified by signature that he had mustered and
inspected the company at the place and date above and honorably discharged
them from the service of the United States.

1. Isaac BUSH, Captain, & 1 negro servant, April.
1. E. MARBLE, 1st Lt., & 1 negro servant, Ned.
2. J. C. AUSTIN, 2d Lt. & 1 negro servant, Sam.

1. Benj'm F. BROSS, 1st Sgt.
2. James MALON, Sgt., sic; musket & equip. accounted for.
3. Frederick SEFFERMAN, Sgt., sick.
4. William HEFFEY, Sgt.

1. Dexter GOODELL, Corpl.
2. Laurence REYBLE, Corpl.
3. John HART, Corpl.
4. John N. FRY, Corpl.
1. James MATTAIR, Jr., Musician; furnished own arms; absent with leave.
2. Joseph FELENA, Musician; 1 musket & bayonet lost.









VOL. 2, PP 94-95, Cont'd

PRIVATES

1. ATCHERSON, Bernard 2. K ,
2. ANDRUS, William. KELLY, Ptck
3. ALLEN, Lorin31. LANGDEN, Joseph
4. BATES, Samuel W.
5. BENETS Isaac 32. MERRYMAN, Cage, 1 gunsling
6. BENETT, James to pay for.
6. BENS, Jemes 33. MOTTER, Jacob, lost 1 bayonet,
7. S L s scabord, & belt.
8. BURNERY, Jon 34. MOTT, Emanuel, absent, sick,
9. CARROL, John musket & accoutrements not
10. CRADDOCK, Mathew accounted for.
accounted for.
11. CHARTER, Robert 35. MITCHEL, James
12. DORHORTEFY, Philip 36. MALOM, Peter
13. ESSELL, Thomas 37. McRAEL, Thas
14. FUNY, Lewis 38. McLEAN, Andrew
15. FARLEY, Charles 39. NOBLES, John
16. GIBSON, William 40. NORTON Edwin
17. GoSS, D. P. 41. PAGGETT, William
18. GORMAN, Thomas R Geor
19. GALBATH, Dav43. RICHARDON, James
20. HIGGINS, John 44. RICHARDSON, George
21. HUNT, Nathaniel 4. RI eorge
45. RILEY, Charles
22. HUNT, Charles D., absent with- 46. REYOLS, Stephen
our eave; musket & accoutre- 47 REYNOLDS, George
ments not accounted for. 48. ROBERTSON, Robert, absent, sick,
23. HUNTLEY, James H. G. furnished his own arms.
24. HYMES, Thomas 49. SWINY, L.
25. HOLBROOK, Enoch 50. TRACY, Thas
26. HEYLAND, Hugh, 1 gunsling to 51. TURNER, Jesse, furnished his
to pay for. own arms.
27. FREEAN, Thomas 52 TYSON, W.
28. JONES, Oliver









VOLUME 2, PP 96-97


Muster Roll of Captain J. H. Byrd's Company of the 7th Regiment of the 1st
Brigade, Florida Militia, commanded by Col. Win. Wyatte, ordered into the
service of the United States by Governor Call from the date of enrollment,
unless sooner discharged, from th 20th Day of February 1839 to the 20th Day of
June 1839.

On 20 June 1839 at Camp Leon, Fla., J. H. Byrd, Captain, commanding the com-
pany, by signature certified the muster roll of his company of "Florida Mounted
Volunteers" to be the true state of the company "in every particular."

W. R. Jouett, Captain, Inspector & Mustering Officer, certified that he had
examined the muster roll and mustered and inspected the above named company of
Mounted Volunteers.

NOTE: Figures following names indicate miles travelled to place of rendez-
vous/miles travelled home after discharge.

1. J. H. BYRD, Captain, 0/12.
2. Joshua TAYLOR, Ist Lieut., 28/35.
3. Edward F. WILSON, 2d Lieut., 28/36.

1. Jacob BRICKELL, 1st Sgt., 20/30.
2. John OOVINGTON, Sgt., 25/40.
3. Francis JOHNSTON, Sgt., 18/18.
4. John B. CHEW, Sgt., 30/30, reduced to ranks by sentence of G.C.M..

1. John DERIOOTT, Corpl., 20/37, reduced to ranks by sentence of G.C.M.
2. James HALL, Corpl., 12/15, reduced to ranks by sentence of G.C.M.
3. Daniel TOWNSEND, Corpl., 12/20, reduced to ranks by sentence of G.C.M.
4. J. G. OONNELL, Corpl., 25/28.

PRIVATES

1. Thomas ALTMAN, 12/15.
2. Edward BLACK, 25/27.
3. William COX, 18/0; died 20 May 1839.
4. John R. CROSBY, 15/15.
5. J. DAILEY, 5/12.
6. Charles DRIESSE, 12/6.
7. Joseph F. DYER, 0/7; appointed Sgt., 23 May 1839.
8. F. A. DICKMAN, 0/6, no horse.
9. Dennis DOZIER, 0/15.
10. Otis FAIRBANKS, 15/0.
11. Leon GRISSETT, 15/13.
12. Arthur GRISSETT, 12/13.
13. Ephraim HAIL, 12/13, appointed Corpl. 23 May 1839.
14. Hugh HUMPHRY, 12/29, $10 stopped by sentence of G.C.M., 22 May 1839.
15. Charles HAVIS, 25/30; $16 "
16. Etheldred HARRED, 30/30; $4 "
17. William HAWKINS, 12/19.
18. D. HOLDER, 12/15, appointed Corporal 23 May 1839.








VOL. 2, PP 96-97, PRIVATES, Cont'd

19. John A. HANES, 30/56.
20. James JOHNSTON, 12/0, horse to 4/8/1839; no horse since; absent
without leave since 6/11/1839.
21. William JACKSON, 25/35.
22. Sterling KINGBY, 10/18.
23. A. B. LYNN, 25/35.
24. Littleton LAVENDER, 18/18.
25. R. LAVENDER, 12/18.
26. J. McCOURT, 0/6, horse from 4/11/1839.
27. John MINOR, 12/0, deserted 4/11/1839; to pay for a musket complete.
28. Richard MILLS, 20/12, horse frma 4/10/1839.
29. Duncan McCALEB, 12/0; $10 stopped by sentence of G.C.M., 5/22/1839.
30. Daniel MASSA, 20/27.
31. H. MOTT, 12/15.
32. ? MORRISON, 0/0, mustered in absent without leave having never
joined the company.
33. Edward MOGINGO, 25/0, deserted 22 February 1839.
34. William MOGINGO, 12/0, deserted 22 February 1839.
35. Alexander MERRITT, 20/30.
36. O. M. OWENS, 20/30, appointed Corpl. 5/25/1839; had horse all the
time.
37. Richard PITTMAN, 25/31.
38. C. RYAN, 12/15.
39. A. McRANEY, 12/15.
40. J. R. ROACH, 12/15.
41. John WHEELER, 30/37.
42. J. A. SMITH, 16/25, pay stopped by sentence of G.C.M. 5/22/1839.
43. James M. SCOTT, 12/6; one horse.
44. Nelson SWAIN, 12/25, $5 stopped by sentence G.C.M. 5/22/1839.
45. Henry TAYLOR, 12/6, no horse.
46. Charles YAGER, 12/15, horse frma 16 March 1839.
47. Wyett YOUNG, 25/32, $4 pay stopped by sentence of G.C.M., 5/22/1839.


VOLUME 2, PP 98-99

Muster Roll of Captain J. H. Byrd's Company of the 7th Regiment, 1st Brigade of
the Florida Militia caomanded by Col. William Wyatte, ordered into service of
the United States by Governor Call (no dates recorded).

On 10 April 1839 at Camp Leon, the place of rendezvous, J. H. Byrd, Captain,
Commanding Canpany, certified, by signature, that this muster roll "exhibits
the true state" of the company ... "that the remarks set opposite (the name)
each officer and soldier are accurate and just."

At same place and date, William Day, Captain, Inspector & Mustering Officer,
certified by signature that he had mustered and minutely inspectred this com-
pany.

NOTE: Figure following names denotes miles travelled to place of rendezvous.
Dollar value of horse/horse equipment was shown for privates only.









VOL. 2, PP 98-99, Cont'd

1. J. H. BYRD, Captain.
2. Joshua TAYLOR, 1st Lieut., 28 miles.
3. Edw. F. WILLISON, 2d Lieut., 28 miles.

1. Jacob BRICKELL, Sergt., 20 miles.
2. Francis JOHNSTON, Sergt., 18 miles.
3. John COVINGTON, Sergt., 25 miles.
4. John B. CHEW, Sergt., 30 miles.

1. John DERIOOTT, Corpl., 20 miles
2. James HALE, Corpl., 12 miles.
3. Daniel TOWNSEND, Corpl., 12 miles.
4. J. T. CONNELL, Corpl., 35 miles.


PRIVATES

1. Thcmas ALTMAN, 12 miles; $78.
2. Edward BLACK, 25 miles; $165.
3. William COX, 18 miles; no horse, absent sick.
4. John CROSBY, 15 miles; $125.
5. J. DAILEY, 5 miles, $115.
6. Charles DRIESSE?, 12 miles, $70.
7. Joseph F. DYER?, no miles shown, $200.
8. F. A. DICKMAN, ; no horse.
9. Dennis DOZIER, ; $75.
10. Otis FAIRBANKS, 15 miles; $100.
11. Leon GRISSETT, 15 miles; $140.
12. Arthur GRISSETT, 12 miles; $80.
13. Ephriam HAIL, 15 miles $40.
14. Hugh HUMPHREY, 12 miles, $150.
15. Charles HAVIS, 25 miles, $125.
16. Etheldred HORRED, 30 miles, $75.
17. William HAWKINS, 12 miles, $120.
18. D. HOLDER, 12 miles, $90.
19. John A. HANES, 30 miles, $125.
20. James JOHNSTON, 12 miles; horse died 4/8/1839; absent sick.
21. William JACKSON, 25 miles, $125.
22. Sterling KINGSBEY, 16 miles, $50.
23. A. B. LYNN, 25 miles, $100.
24. Littleton LAVENDER, 18 miles, $135.
25. R. LAVENDER, 12 miles, $100.
26. J. M. McODURT, no miles shown; horse fran 4/9/1839.
27. John MINOR, 12 miles; no horse.
28. Richard MILLS, 20 miles; horse fran 4/12/1839.
29. Duncan McCALEB, 12 miles; $150.
30. Daniel MASSA, 20 miles, $160.
31. H. MOTT, 13 miles, $100.
32. ? MORRISON, no miles; absent without leave from 4/1/1839.
33. Edw'd MOZINGO, 25 miles; deserted 22 Feb. 1839.
34. Willialm MOZINGO, 12 miles; deserted 22 Feb. 1839.
35. Alexander MERRIT, 20 miles, $125.








VOL. 2, PP 98-99, PRIVATES, Cont'd

36. O. M. OWENS, 25 miles; absent, sick.
37. Michael PITMAN, 12 miles, $125.
38. C. RION, 12 miles, $100.
39. A. McRANEY, 12 miles, $100.
40. J. R. ROACH, 12 miles, $60.
41. John SHULER, 30 miles, $125.
42. J. A. SMITH, 16 miles, $150.
43. James M. SCOTT, 12 miles; no horse.
44. Nelson SWAIN, 12 miles, $100.
45. Henry TAYLOR, 12 miles, no horse.
46. Charles YAGER, 12 miles, horse from 3/16/1839.
47. Wyett YOUNG 25 miles, $80.



END OF VOLUME 2




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