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Title: Florida militia muster rolls, Seminole Indian Wars
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Title: Florida militia muster rolls, Seminole Indian Wars
Series Title: Special archives publication
Alternate Title: Muster rolls, Florida Indian Wars
Florida Indian wars
Physical Description: v. : ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Dept. of Military Affairs
Publisher: State Arsenal
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 )
Militia -- Registers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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General Note: Caption title of vol. 2: Muster rolls, Florida Indian Wars.
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SpEcial Archives
Publication Number

69
FLORIDA MILITIA MUSTER ROLES
SEMINOLE INDIAN WARS
(VOL. 3)



State Arsenal
St. Francis
Barracks
St. Augustine,
Florida







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



POST OFFICE BOX 1008
STATE ARSENAL, ST. AUGUSTINE
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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
value.

At present, only a very limited number of copies of these
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Inc.

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


Robert Hawk
Director





































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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






FLORIDA STATE DEPOSITORIES
State documents are distributed to the following depository libraries and are available
to Florida citizens for use either in the libraries or on interlibrary loan, subject to
each library's regulations. An asterisk (*) indicates libraries that are obligated to
ci", 't rl-brary loan service. Requests should be directed to the nearest depository.
Bay County Public Library (1968) St. Petersburg Public Library (1968)
25 iesz Government Street 3745 Ninth Avenue, North
PFatI..' City, Florida 32402 St. Petersburg, Florida 33713
Bay Vista Campus Library (1982) *State Library of Florida (1968)
Documents Department Documents Section
Florida International University R. A. Gray Building
No' :- r-:iami, Florida 33181 Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0250

Sroward County Division of Libraries (1968) Stetson University (1968)
100 South Andrews Avenue Dupont-Ball Library
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301 Deland, Florida 32720-3769
Cocoa Public Library (1968) Jacksonville University (1968)
430 Delannoy Avenue Carl S. Swisher Library
Cocoa, Florida 32922 University Blvd., North
Jacksonville, Florida 32211
*Florida Atlantic University (1968)
Library *Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Lib. Sys
P. 0. Box 3092 900 North Ashley Street (1968)
Boca Raton, Florida 33431 Tampa, Florida 33602
*Florida international University (1971) *University of Central Florida (1968)
Documents Section Library
Tamiami Campus Library Tamiami Trail Post Office Box 25000
Miami, Florida 33199 Orlando, Florida 32816
*Florida State University Library (1968) *University of Florida Library (1968)
Documents Maps Division Documents Department
Tallahassee, Florida 32306 Gainesville, Florida 32611
*Jacksonville Public Library (1968) *University of Miami Library (1968)
122 North Ocean Street Gov't Publications
Jacksonville, Florida 32202 P. 0. Box 248214
Coral Gables, Florida 33124
Miami Beach Public Library (1968)
2100 Collins Avenue *University of North Florida Library (1971
Miami Beach, Florida 33139 Documents division
Post Office Box 17605
*Miami-Dade Public Library (1968) Jacksonville, Florida 32216
101 West Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 33130-1504 *University of South Florida (1968)
Library Special Collections
*Ocala Public Library (1972) 4204 Fowler Avenue
':. S-uthrast Osceola Avenue Tampa;-Florida-33620 ..
Ocala, Florida 32671
University of West Florida (1968)
*Orange County Library District (1968) Documents John Pace Library
101 East Central Pensacola, Florida 32514-0101
Orlando, Florida 32801 n
Orlando, Florida 32801 West Palm Beach Public Library (1968)
100 Clematis
est Palm Beach, Florida 33401










FLORIDA INDIAN WARS
Volume 3

Page 1

Note: The top part of this Muster Roll has been taped over and can't be
read. entered into Service of theUnited States by requisition of His
Excellency, R. K. CALL from the 19th day November to serve for the term
of 3 months unless sooner discharged by proper authority.

1. WILLIAM GILBERT, Pvt. enrolled 19 Nov. 1836 at Mandarin by
Capt. DRANE for 3 months; has black horse; sick absent
2. WILLIAM CAMPBELL, Pvt. enrolled 19 Nov. 1836 at Mandarin by
Capt. DRANE for 3 mos.; has Roan horse
3. A. W. CREIGHTON, Pvt. enrolled 19 Nov. 1836 at Mandarin by
Capt. DRANE for 3 mos.; has Bay horse
4. WILLIAM HARTLEY 2nd,Pvt. enrolled 19 Nov. 1836 at Mandarin by
Capt. DRANE for 3 mos.; has Sorrel Mare; sick absent
5. JOHN HARTLEY 2nd, Pvt. enrolled 19 Nov. 1836 at Mandarin by
Capt. DRANE for 3 mos.; has Black Mare
6. REUBEN HOGAN, Pvt. enrolled 19 Nov. 1836 at Mandarin by Capt.
DRANE for 3 mos.;has Dun Mare
7. FRED'K HARTLEY 2nd, Pvt. enrolled 19 Nov. 1836 at Mandarin by
Capt. DRANE for 3 mos.;. has Bay Horse; sick absent
8. MICHAEL HARTLEY, Pvt. enrolled 19 Nov. 1836 at Mandarin by
Capt DRANE for 3 mos.; has Sorrel Mare; sick, absent
9. DANIEL HOGAN, Pvt. enrolled 19 Nov. 1836 at Mandarin by Capt.
DRANE for 3 mos.;has Bay Horse; on furlough
10 JOHN BLACK, Pvt. enrolled 19 Nov. 1836 at Mandarin by Capt.
DRANE for 3 mos.; has Dun Mare
11. JOHN COHEN, Pvt. enrolled 19 Nov. 1836 at Mandarin by Capt.
DRANE for 3 mos.; has Roan Mare
12. HENRY COHEN, Pvt. enrolled 19 Nov. 1836 at Mandarin by Capt.
DRANE for 3 mos.; has Black Mare
13. WILLIAM MALPAS, Pvt. enroll 19 Nov. 1836 at Mandarin by Capt.
DRANE for 3 mos.; has Bay Horse.
14. ALEXANDER PLUMMER, Pvt. enrolled 19 Nov. 1836 at Mandarin by
Capt. DRANEfor 3 mos.; has Dun Mare; sick, absent

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits a true state of Captain
Moses Curry's company of Mounted Volunteer Florida Militia for the period
herein mentioned that the Remarks set opposite each Officer and Soldier are
accurate and just.
Nov. '36 to Febry. '37
Capt. Moses Curry Commanding
Mustered in Novr. 17, 1836
Mustered out Febry. 17, 1837
Date: 8th December 1836
Station: Mandarin E. Florida

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll this 8th
day of December 1836 mustered and minutely inspected the above received
detachment of Mounted Florida Militia.

G. S. DRANE
Capt. 2nd Arty and Inspecting &
Rec'd 24th Dec. 1836 Mustering Officer










FLORIDA INDIAN WARS
Volume 3

Page 2

Muster Roll of Captain ALEXANDER CAMPBELL'S Company of the 8th Regiment
1st Brigade of Florida Mounted Militia commanded by Col. LEVIT BROWN or-
dered into service of the United States by Gov. R. K. CALL from the 13th
day of July 1837 to the 14th day of October 1837.

ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, 1st Lieut. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana
by Col. BROWN for 1 mos., 1 day
DANIEL MCLEOD, 2nd Lieut. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by
Col. BROWN for 2 mos.; Private 13th Sept. to Colonel
DUNCAN MCCALLUM, 1st Sgt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by
Col. BROWN for 2 mos; discharged 14th Sept.
SAMUEL MCQUAGGE, 2nd Sgt. enrolled 13 July 1837 by Col. BROWN
for 3 mos.; promoted to 2nd Lieut. 13th Sept.
ANGUS GILLIS, 3rd Sgt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 2 mos.
ALEXANDER MCLEOD, 1st Corpl. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana
by Col. BROWN for 3 mos., 1 day
WESLEY BOWERS, 2nd Corpl. enrolle 13 July 1837 at Euchana by
Col. BROWN for 3 mos., 1 day
NORMAN MCQUAGGE, 3rd Corpl. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana
by Col. BROWN for 3 mos., 1 day
1. SAMUEL CARTER, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 3 mos., 1 day
2. ALEX'R ANDERSON, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 2 mos.
3. NORMAN ANDERSON, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 2 mos.
4. ANGUS ANDERSON, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 3 mos.
5. BOWERS, JAMES, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 1 mo.
6. BOWERS, GILES, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 2 mos.
7. CAMPBELL, JOHN, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 1 mo.
8. CAMPBELL, ANGUS, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 1 mo.
9. CRAWFORD, ANGUS, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN; not joined
10. EVANS, JAMES, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN For 3 mos.
11. EVANS, ENOS, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.BROWN
for 3 mos., 1 day
12. EVANS, JESSEE, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 2 mos.
13. GILLIS, SWAIN, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 3 mos., 1 day
14. HARROLDSON, JONATHAN, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by
Col. BROWN for 3 mos., 1 day










FLORIDA INDIAN WARS
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Page 2 cont'd

16. HARROLDSON, ELL, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 2 mos.
17. LOWERY, HENRY, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 2 mos.
18. MCCASKILL, KENNETH, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by
Col. BROWN for 3 mos.
19. MCKENZIE, JOHN, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 3 mos.
20. MORRISON, JOHN, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 2 mos.
21. MALLETT, JAMES, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 1 mo.
22. MCDONALD, ANGUS, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 3 mos.
23. MCDONALD, PETER C., Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by
Col. BROWN for 3 mos.
24. MCLELAN, PETER, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 2 mos.
25. MCDONALD, DAN'L M., Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by
Col. BROWN for 3 mos.
26. MCLEOD, ANGUS, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 2 mos.
27. MCLEAN, DAN'L, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 3 mos.
28. MCLEAN, ALEXNDR. J., Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by
Col. BROWN for 3 mos.
29. MCCALLUM, WM. C., Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by
Col. BROWN for 3 mos.
30. MCLEAN, NORMAN, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 3 mos.
31. MUNROE, ALEXANDER, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by
Col. BROWN for 1 mo.
32. MCGILVEN, ALEXR., Pvt. enrolle 13 July 1837 at Eucjana by Col.
BROWN for 1 mo.
33. MCLEOD, LAUGHLIN, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 1 mo.
34. MCPHERSON, NEIL, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 1 mo.
35. RAY, GILBERT, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 2 mos.
36. RAY, DANIEL, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col. BROWN
for 2 mos.
37. RAY, JNO. P., Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 2 mos.
38. RAY, JNO. SENR., Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 1 mo.
39. ROBERTSON, ROBERT, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by
Col. BROWN for 2 mos.
40. VAUGHN, MICHAEL, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 1 mo.










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Page 2 cont'd

41. VAUGHN, THOMAS, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 2 mos.
42. GILLIS, JOHN, Pvt. enrolled 13 July 1837 at Euchana by Col.
BROWN for 2 mos.

Page 3

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Captain
ALEXANDER CAMPBELL'S company of the 8th Regt., 1st Brigade Florida Militia
for the period herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of
each Offcer and Soldier, are accurate and just.

ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, Lt.
Commanding the company
Date; 18th March 1838
Station: Euchana

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and that
I have this Ninth (Note: Eighth has been crossed out) day of March 1838 mus-
tered the above named company of Mounted Militia

D. C. VINTON
Asst. Qtrmstr., Inspector and
Mustering Officer
Page 4

Muster Roll of Captain ISAAC J. CARTER, Independent Company of Mounted
Florida Militia Volunteers called into the service of the United States
by Col. GUSTAVUS LOOMIS under instruction from War Dept. A. G. 0. Nov. 4,
1836 from the nineteenth day of August 1837 (date of this muster) for the
term of Six Months unless sooner discharged.

1. ISAAC I. (J?) CARTER, Age 42, Capt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at
Fort Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. 6ARTER for 6 mos.; no travel time;
horse and horse equip. 130-12
1. JACKSON C. MURRAY, age 36, 1st Lt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC. J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. 175-10
1. WILLIAM WATSON, age 21, 2nd Lt.mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by CAPT. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time, horse and
horse equip. $30-15
1. JOSEPH SANCHEZ, age 27, Ist, Sergt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $200-12
2. THOMAS STRATTON, age 30, 2nd Sergt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at
Ft. Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time
horse and horse equip. $75-5
3. JESSE CARTER, JR., age 17, 3rd Sergt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at
Ft. Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $90-5










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4. DAVID STRATTON, age 26, 4th Sergt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at
Ft. Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $125-15
1. HENRY A. SHEARHOUSE, age 26, Corpl. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at
Ft. Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $100-15
2. ELIJAH CARTER, age 25, Corpl. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt.ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $140-15
3. OWEN W. SIKES, age 20, Corpl. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time.; horse and
horse equip. $50-3
4. WILLIAM T. HAMILTON, age 26, Corpl. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.;no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $75-2
1. JAMES REGISTER, age 27, Bugler mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time; horse and
horse equip. $140-3
2. JOSEPH LIVINGSTON, age 25, Bugler mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft.
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time; horse and
horse equip. $140-10
1. JACKSON GILBERT, age 39, Farrier mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $75-4
1. ASHLEY, EDWARD W., age 25, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $50-2
2. ALLISON, WILLIAM A., age 29, Pvt. mustered Aug. 21, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by CAPT. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos. no travel time, no
horse or equip.
3. BRYANT, WILLIAM, age 21, Pvt.mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time; horse and
horse equip. $60-6
4. BEAL, JOHN, age 21, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time; horse and
horse equip. $30-2
5. BERRY, WILLIAM F., age 31, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19,1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $130-7
6. BROWNLEE, MITCHELL A., age 30, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19,1857 at
Ft. Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $100-5
7. BLITCH, JAMES V., age 21, Pv.t mustered Aug. 22,1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time; horse
and horse equip. $60-5
8. CHANNELS, JOHN W., age 21, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19,1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time; horse
and horse equip. $50-10








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Page 4 cont'd

9. CONNER, LOUIS M. age 28, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and equip. none
10. CARMICHAEL, JAMES D., age 23, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at
Ft. Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $140-10
11. CARTER, JOSEPH, age 24, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time, horse and
horse equip. $150-15
12. COLDWIN, HARDEN, age 19, Pvt. mustered Aug. 20, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time or
horse and equip.
13. CALAHAN, ALEXANDER, age 41, Pvt. mustered Aug. 20, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time or
horse and horse equip.
14. DRIGGERS, NOAH H., age 26, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $80-3
15. DENNISON, WILLIAM.P. age 47, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $75-4
16. DYES, JAMES, age 18, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time; horse and
horse equip. $125-5
17. EMSEPH, JOSEPH, age 21, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $60-5
18. ELLISON, JOSHUA, age 21, Pvt. mustered Aug. 21, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $65-5
19. HOUSE, WILLIAM G., age 42, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $125-7
20. HODGES, DOCTOR M., age 45, Pvt. mustered Aug. 20, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $140-7
21. JACKSON, WILLIAM, age 21, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $120-2
22. JONES, JEROME N., age 24, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $150-15
23. KENNARD, JAMES J., age 23, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 atFt.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $125-7
24. KENNARD, SAMUEL J., age 27, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $100-10
25. LIVINGSTON, CALVIN H., age 24, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at
Ft. Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
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26. LEAMAN, WILLIAM, age 35, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 it Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $125-3
27. MATHERS, ROBERT N, age 32, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $70-5
28. MOORE, JOHN, age 20, Pvt. mustered Aug. 21, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time; horse and
horse equip. $60-3
29. MINCHEW, WILLIAM, age 27, Pvt. mustered Aug. 22, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $200-20
30. OSTEEN, BRYANT, age 33, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $100-3
31. PEACOCK, JOHN, age 32, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time; horse and
horse equip. $80-10
32. PARKER, NEEDUM, age 22, Pvt. mustered Aug. 22, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time; horse and
horse equip. $100-3
33. PARKER, WILLIAM, age 45, Pvt. mustered Aug. 22, 1857 at Ft.Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time; horse and
horse equip. $83.10
34. ROBERTS, CORNELIUS, age 27, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $80-6
35. ROLLINS, JOHN, age 22, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time; horse and
horse equip. $125-20
36. ROBERTS, JAMES S., age 33, Pvt.mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $50-5
37. REED, ROBERT, age 33, Pvt. mustered Aug. 25, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time; horse and
horse equip. $140-3
38. STRATTON, NATHANIEL, age 24, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time; horse
and horse equip. $50-7
39. SATCHWELL, AMARIAH B., age 27, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 t Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no'travel time; horse
and horse equip. $100-10
40. SHIRLEY, JASPAR, age 18, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time; horse and
horse equip. $75-2
41. SALLONAN, SEYMUND, age 23, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $50-10









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42. SMITH, JAMES M., age 25, Pvt. mustered Aug. 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time; horse and
horse equip. $50-1
43. SULLIVAN, SOLOMON, age 19, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $140-7
44. STRATTON, SAMUEL, age 19, Pvt. mustered Aug. 20, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $140-15

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45. TUCKER, JAMES, age 23, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time; horse and
horse equip. $100-3
46. WATSON, JOSHUA, age 27, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time, horse and
horse equip. $70-5
47. WANTON, CHARLES, age 50, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $80-3
48. WOODS, JOHN, age 23, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft. Brooke by
Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time; horse and horse
equip. $150-15
49. WILLIAMSON, JOHN W., age 43, Pvt. mustered Aug. 19, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $30-5
50. WARNER, FRANCIS M., age 21, Pvt. mustered Aug. 24, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos., no travel time;
horse and horse equip. $125-12

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the tre state of Captain
ISAAC J. CARTER'S company of the Florida Mounted Volunteers for the period
herein mentioned; 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.

ISAAC J. CARTER
Captain Commanding the Company
Date: August 19th 1857
Station: Fort Brooke, Fla.

We certify, on oath, that the figures opposite the names on this roll, for
valuation of horses and horse equipment of the men, respectfully, at the
place of enrolment, according to our honest impartial judgement.

M. POST )
H. L. MITCHELL) Appraisers
Sworn to and subscribed before FRANCIS N. PAGE,Asst. Adjt. Gen'l.
Mustering Officer
Date: August 19th 1857
Station: Fort Brooke, Fla.











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Date: August 19th 1857
Station: Fort Brooke, Fla.

I certify on honor, that I h ave carefully examined the men whose names are
borne on this Roll, their horses, and equipment and have accepted them into
the service of the United States for the term of six months from this nine-
teenth day of August 1857.
FRANCIS N. PAGE
Asst. Adjt. Gen'l., Mustering Officer

Date: August 19th 1857
Station: Fort Brooke, Fla.

Pg. 6
Muster Roll of Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER, Independent Company in the Regiment of
Mounted Florida Volunteers called into the service of the United States by
Bn. Brig. Gen'l. W. Y. HANEY, Colonel 2nd Dragoons under instructions from
War Dept. (A. G. 0.) Nov. 4, 1856 at Fort Brooke, Fla. (the place of general
rendezvous) on the 19th day of February 1857, to serve for the term of six
months from the date of enrollment, unless sooner discharged; from the 17th
day of February 1857, (when enrolled) to the 16th day of August 1857. The
company was organized by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER, at Newnansville in the month
of February 1857 and marched thence to Fort Brooke, where it arrived the 17th
of February. a distance of 160 miles.

1. ISAAC J. CARTER, Capt.age 42, arrived Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke; enrol-
led .by Capt. I. J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17 at Ft. Brooke by
Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to rendezvous; 160
miles from home; horse and equip. $150-$25
1. SILAS T. OVERSTREET; 1st Lt.,age 26; arrived Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke;
enrolled by Capt. I. J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at
Ft. Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous; 160 miles to rendezvous; 160 miles from place of discharge to
home; horse and equip. $130-$17
1. WILLIAM B. HARDEE, 2nd Lt., age 24; enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. I. J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to rendezvous;
160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse and equip. $100-$10
1. JEROME M. JONES, 1st Sgt., age 23; enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. I. J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to rendezvous,
160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse and equip. $125-$20
2. THOMAS STRATTON, Sergt., age 30 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to ren-
dezvous; 160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse and equip.
$40-$3
3. CARDINAL H. SHEFFIELD, Sergt., age 22, enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at
Ft. Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollmentl60 miles to
rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse and equip.
$60-$8










4. BURRELL STOKES, Sergt., age 43 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17,
1857 at Ft. Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment;
no miles to rendezvous, no miles from place of discharge to
home; horse and equip. $140-$12; appointed sergeant from pri-
vate May 15/57. Turner -deserted.
1. JOHN W. CILCOX, Corpl., age 25 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse and
equip. $50-$7-1/2
2. FREDERICK DOUGLAS, Corpl., age 18,enrolled Feb.17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857
at Ft. Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; horse
and equip. $25-$5; 160 miles to rendezvous, 160 miles home
3. WOODMAN ATKINSON, Corpl., age 22 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. by
Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous and 160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse
and equip. $50-$7
1. JAMES REGISTER, priv., age 27 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous; 160 miles from place of discharge to home; (Note: it
appears that the following notation is for the above named, (Witness
in hand claim $15,987)
2, JOSEPH LIVINGSTON, pvt., age 25 enrolled Mar. 10th 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Mar. 10, 1857
at Ft. Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; no
milesto rendezvous or from place of discharge; horse and equip.
$90-$10; appointed Bugler April 1/57, vice SUMMERLIN died
1. AARON G. BURNHAM, farrier, age 49 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857
at Ft. Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; horse
and equip. $125-$2; appointed Farrier May 15/57 Vice MCMAHON de-
serted
1. ASHLEY, EDWARD W., pvt., age 24 enrolled Mar. 10, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Mar. 10, 1857
by Capt. F. N. PAGE at Ft. Brooke; pay due from enrollment; 160
miles to rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge; horse and
equip. $60-$3; Horse died on a Scout May 29/57, remounted June 4/57
2. ANDREWS, JOSEPH, pvt., age 26 enrolled Mar. 10, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Mar. 10, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; no miles to
rendezvous or from place of discharge to home;,horse and equip.
$140-$73
3. BEAL, JOHN, pvt., age 21 enrolled Mar. 2, 1857 at Ft. Brooke by
Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Mar. 2, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; no miles to
rendezvous or from place of discharge to home.; horse and equip.
$80-$10
4. BARBER, ANDREW, JR., pvt., age 18 enrolled Mar. 10, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Mar. 10, 1857
at Ft. Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; no miles
to rendezvous of from place of discharge to home; horse and equip.
$60-$10











5. CONNER, LEWIS M., pvt., age 28 enrolled Mar. 10, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Mar. 10,
1857 at Ft. Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment;
no miles to rendezvous or from place of discharge to home; horse
and equip. $55-$4
6. CARTER, JESSE, JR., pvt.," age 19 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb.17, 1857
at Ft. Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160
miles to rendezvous and from place of discharge to home; horse
and equip. $130-$8
7. CALDWELL, GEORGE, pvt., age 26 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17,
1857 at Ft. Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment;
160 miles to rendezvous and from place of discharge to home;
horse and equip. $90-$2
8. CHANNELL, JOHN W., pvt. age 21 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous and from place of discharge; horse and equip. $60-$2
9. CROSBY, BURR, pvt., age 22 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke by
Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse and
equip. $150-$25
10. CARTER, ELIJAH, pvt. age 24 enrolled Mar. 9, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Mar. 9, 1857 at Ft.
Brookw by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; no miles to
rendezvous or from place of discharge to home; horse and equip.
$90-$3; horse gave out on a Scout April 23/57
11. CARTER, JOSEPH, pvt., age 24 enrolled Mar. 9, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Mar. 9, 1857 at
Ft. Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; no miles
to rendezvous or from place of discharge; horse and equip. $65-$5;
horse died of founder on a march 19th Mar. 1857; remounted immedi-
ately
12. CRAIG, JOHN P., pvt. age 24 enrolled Mar. 10, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Mar. 10, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; horse and
equip. $60-$5; no miles to rendezvous or from place of discharge home
13. DEMASTERS, EDWIN, pvt., age 18 enrolled May 13, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered May 13, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse and
equip. $72-$3
14. DENNISON, WILLIAM P., pvt., age 45 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous and from place of discharge to home; horse and equip.
$40-$10
10
15. DURRANCE, EBENEZER F., pvt., age 19 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857
at Ft. Brooke by Capt.F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles
to rendezvous and from place of discharge to home; horse and equip.
$125-$3; absent, sick on St. Johns River










16. DYES, JAMES, pvt., age 17 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke by
Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous and from place of discharge from home; horse and equip.
$60-$2
17. ELLISON, JOSHUA, pvt., age 22 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous and from place of discharge to home; horse and equip.
$80-$2
18. FUTCH, JOSHUA, pvt., age 30 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous and from place of discharge to home; horse and equip.
$140-$7
19. HARDEE, THOMAS E., pvt., age 23 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857
at Ft. Brooke; 160 miles to rendezvous and from place of discharge
to home; horse and equip. $115-$2
20. HOUSTON, JOHN, pvt., age 18 enrolled Mar. 13, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Mar. 13, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; no miles to
rendezvous or from place of discharge; horse and equip. $93-$7
21. HASSELE, FRANCIS, pvt., age 31 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857
by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to rendez-
vous and from place of discharge to home; horse and equip. $20-$1
22. HAZEL, JOHN, pvt., age 20 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke by
Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 by Capt.
F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to rendezvous and
from place of discharge to home; horse and equip. $125-$12
23. HAMILTON, WILLIAM P., pvt., age 25 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857
by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to rendez-
vous and from place of discharge to home; horse and equip. $100-$4
24. HODGE, PETER M., pvt., age 44 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous and from place of discharge to home; horse and equip.
$125-$5
25. HOWE, WILLIAM G., pvt. age 42 enrolled Mar. 10, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Mar. 10, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; no miles to
rendezvous or from place of discharge to home; horse and equip.
$115-$10
26. HOUSTON, JOHN C., pvt., age 43 enrolled Mar. 10, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Mar. 10, 1857
at Ft. Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; no
miles to rendezvous or from place of discharge to home; horse and
equip. $100-$6











27. LONG, JESSE, pvt., age 23 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at
Ft. Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; no miles
to rendezvous or from place of discharge to home; horse and equip.
$50-$3
28. LIVINGSTON, CALVIN, pvt., age 23 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17,1857
by Capt. F. N. PAGE at Ft. Brooke; pay due from enrollment; no
miles to rendezvous or from place of discharge to home; horse and
equip. $60-$7
29. LANGFORD, GEORGE, pvt., age 22 enrolled Feb. 23, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 23,1857
at Ft. Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; no
miles to rendezvous of from place of discharge to home; horse and
equip. $100-$17-1/2
30. MURRAY, JACKSON 0., pvt., age 36 enrolled Mar. 10, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Mar. 10,1857
at Ft. Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; no
miles to rendezvous or from place of discharge to home; horse and
equip. $120-$5
31. MATHEWS, ROBERT N., pvt., age 32 enrolled Feb. 23, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 23, 1857
at Ft. Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; no
miles to rendezvous or from place of discharge to home; horse and
euip.$160-$10
32. MCDANIELS, THOMAS M., pvt., age 27 enrolled Feb. 23, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 23, 1857
at Ft. Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; no
miles to rendezvous or from place of discharge to home; horse and
equip. $80-$7-1/2
33. MINCHEW, WILLIAM, pvt., age 27 enrolled Mar. 10, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Mar. 10, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; no miles to
rendezvous or from place of discharge; horse and equip. $ $100-$15
34. MCCALL, BERRY, pvt., age 19 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke by
Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge; horse and equip.
$40-$4; horse died from strain on a march Aug. 12/57, remounted
Aug. 14/57
35. MILLER, GEORGE, pvt., age 18 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse and
equip. $100-$4; horse died on the march Aug. 12/57, not remounted
36. MARTIN, IMAULARD, pvt., age 35 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse and
equip. $50-$2











37. MARTIN, SOLOMON, pvt., age 32 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857
at Ft. Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160
miles to rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home;
horse and equip. $130-$12
38. NOBLES, LEONARD, pvt., age 62 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse and
equip. $100-$10
39. OSTEEN, BRYANT, pvt., age 33 enrolled Mar. 10, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Mar. 10, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; no miles to
rendezvous of from place of discharge; horse and equip. $65-$2
40. OGLESBY, WILLIAM, pvt., age 23 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse and
equip. $100-$3
41. PEACOCK, JOHN, pvt., age 31 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse and
equip. $75-$21/2
42. PHILLIPS, JOHN pvt., age 22 enrolled Mar. 7, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Mar. 7, 1857 by Capt.
F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; no miles to rendezvous or from
place of discharge; horse and equip. $50-$5
43. ROBERTS, CORNELIUS, pvt., age 26 enrolled Mar. 30, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Mar. 30, 1857
by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; no miles to rendez-
vous or from place of discharge; horse and equip. $75-$5
44. ROLLINS, JOHN, pvt., age 22 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 by
Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to rendezvous
160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse and equip. $75-$4
45. RAY, WILLIAM P., pvt., age 25 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous, 163 niles from place of discharge to home; horse and
equip. $150-$12-1/2
46. RAWLS, JAMES W., pvt., age 21 enrolled Feb. 21, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 21, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; no miles to
rendezvous or from place of enrollment; horse and equip. $125-$7-1/2;
horse died from being bogged down on Aug. 5/57, remounted Aug. 9/57
47. ROBERTS, JAMES L., pvt., age 34 enrolled Mar. 10, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Mar. 10, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F.N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; no miles to
rendezvous or from place of discharge; horse and equip. $65-$5











48. STARLING, WILLIAM, pvt., age 22 enrolled Mar. 10, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Mar. 10,
1857 at Ft. Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment;
no miles to rendezvous or from place of discharge to home; horse
and equip. $80-$5
49. STRATTON, NATHANIEL, pvt. age 24 enrolled May 20 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered May 20, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; no miles to
rendezvous or from place of discharge to home; horse and equip.
$100-$10
Pg.7 50. SMITH, JAMES M., pvt., agar84led Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke by
Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse and
equip. $75-$3
51. SHEREHOUSE,HENRY A.,pvt.age 26 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse and
equip. $75-$20
52. SMITH, JAMES W., pvt., age 21 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse and
eauip. $60-$2; horse died east (?) with halter Mar. 7th, remounted
Mar. 15
53. SNELGROVE, GEORGE, pvt., age 25 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857
at Ft. Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160
miles to rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home;
horse and equip. $80-$5; dismounted 8 days, date unknown
54. STOKELEY, WILLIAM G., pvt., age 20 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857
at Ft. Brooke by Capt.F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160
miles to rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home;
horse and equip. $100-$2; horse died of disease, not known, Aug.
12/57, not remounted
55. SULLIVAN, SOLOMON, pvt. age 19 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857
at Ft. Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160
miles to rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home;
horse and equip. $25-$1
56. STOKELEY, JOHN, pvt., age 24 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse and
equip. $30-4
57. SIKES, OWEN W., pvt., age 20 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse and
equip. $30-$4










58. STRATTON, DAVID, pvt., age 32 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Fbe. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brookwe by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse and
equip. $80-$3
59. STRATTON, SAMUEL, pvt., age,23 enrolled Feb. 17. ;857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse and
equip. $90-$7
60. SIDBURG, JOHN, pvt., age 45 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse and
equip. $50-$5
61. SMITH, JAMES J., pvt., age 24 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt.F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse and
equip. $80-$7; horse died of disease, not known
62. TAYLOR, JOHN, pvt., age 22 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke by
Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse and
equip. $125-$5
63. TURNER, WASHINGTON W., pvt., age 26 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.;mustered Feb. 17, 1857
at Ft. Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160
miles to rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home;
horse and equip. $120-$12
64. TOWNSEND, NATHANIEL, pvt. age 18 enrolled Feb.23, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 23, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE: pay due from enrollment; no miles to
rendezvous or from place of discharge; horse and equip. $90-$7-1/2
65. TEED, GILBERT G., pvt., age 31 enrolled Mar. 10, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC. J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Mar. 10, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt.F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; no miles to
rendezvous or from place of discharge; absent, sick
66. TURNER, WILLIAM, pvt., age 27 enrolled at Ft. at Ft. Brooke by Capt.
ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Mar. 10, 1857 at Ft. Brooke;
pay due from enrollment; no miles to rendezvous or from place of
discharge; horse and equip. $60-$5
67. UNDERHILL, JEREMIAH, pvt. age 22 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse and
equip. $75-$5; dismounted 10th Aug. 1857, not remounted
68. WATSON, JOSHUA, pvt., age 26 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke by
Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse and
equip. $75-$3











69. WOOD, JAMES, put., age 25 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke by
Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse and
equip. $125-$12
70. WOOD, JOHN, pvt., age 22 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke by
Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse and
equip. $75-$1
71. WINGATE, JOHN, pvt., age 25 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke by
Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous, 160 miles from place of discharge to home; horse and
equip. $50-$2
72. WEEKS, JOHN P., pvt., age 22 enrolled Feb. 27, 1857 at Ft. Brooke by
Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 27, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; no miles to or
from place of discharge; horse and equip. $90-$3
73. WANTON, CHARLES, pvt., age 30, enrolled Mar. 10, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Mar. 10, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; no miles to
rendezvous or from place of discharge; horse and equip. $95-$3
74. WATSON, WILLIAM, JR., pvt., age 20 enrolled Mar. 10, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Mar. 10, 1857
by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; no miles to or from
place of discharge; horse and equip. $100-$10

DIED
1. JOHN W. SUMMERLIN, Bugler, age 20, enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to ren-
dezvous; horse and equip. $40-$2; died at Ft. Brooke, Fla. Mar. 12/57
2. WILLIAM CLIFTON, pvt., age 21 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke by
Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to rendezvous;
horse and equip. $125-$10; died at Ft. Brooke, Fla. Mar. 8/57
3. WILLIAM MARKEE, pvt., age 21 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke by
Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to rendezvous;
horse and equip. $75-$1; died at Columbia County June 22, 1857

DESERTED
1. ICABOD C. TURNER, pvt. enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke by Capt.
ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke by
Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to rendezvous;
horse and equip. $50-$3; deserted April 22/57
2. JAMES MCMAHON, farrier, age 28 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous, horse and equip. $75-$7; deserted April 22, 1857
3. AARON JERNIGAN, pvt., age 22, enrolled at Ft. Brooke by Capt. ISAAD
J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke by Capt.
F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; no miles to rendezvous or from










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place of discharge; horse and equip. $75-$15; deserted April 22/57

TRANSFERRED

1. FRANCIS M. WARNER, Corpl., age 21 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; 160 miles to rendezvous; horse and equip.
$35-$3; transferred to Capt. L. G. LESLY'S Company Mar. 30/57
2. CHAPMAN OLIVER, pvt., age 35 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke by
Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt. F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous; horse and equip. $125-$10; transferred to Capt. L. G.
LESLY'S company Mar. 30/57
3. WILLIAM SHEFFIELD, pvt.,"age 22 enrolled Feb. 17; 1857 at Ft. Brooke
by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke by Capt.F. N. PAGE; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles to
rendezvous; horse and equip. $50-$15; transferred to Capt. L. G.
LESLY'S company Mar. 30/57
4. WILEY YATES, pvt., age 22 enrolled Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft. Brooke by
Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos.; mustered Feb. 17, 1857 at Ft.
Brooke; pay due from enrollment; 160 miles ro rendezvous; horse and
equip. $30-$7; transferred to Capt. L. G. LESLY'S company Mar. 30/57

I certify that Subsistence, Forage and Transportation was furnished for every
man of my company who was mustered into the service of the United States on
the 17th day of February, 1857 by General JESSE CARTER, Special Agent of the
State of Florida from Newnansvilles, Fla. to Fort Brooke, Fla., from the
place of muster 160 miles, Forage and Subsistence $466.79/100. Transporta-
tion $36.00/100 and the Paymaster is requested to stop from each individual
mustered into service on the day and date above mentioned, the porportioned
amount of the above from each and to pay the same over to General JESSE
CARTER or other authorized Agency the Stat of Florida at Fort Brooke, Fla.
- and justify that the men of my company mustered into service after the
17th of February, 1857. furnished themselves with subsistence, forage and
transportation from their homes to the place of rendezvous and that no
person has any claim therefore, except the men respectfully as shown on
the Roll.
ISAAC J. CARTER, Capt.
Commanding the company

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of ISAAC
J. CARTER'S company of the Mounted Florida Volunteers for the period here-
in mentioned; that each man answers to his own proper name in person;
that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and soldier are ac-
curate and just and that the valuation of all horses and horse equipment
since the muster into service, was made by disintered and good judges, and
at fair and just rates.
ISAAC J. CARTER, Captain
Commanding the Company










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I certify on honor that I have at Fort Brooke, Fla. on this sixteenth day
of August, carefully examined this Roll, and as far as practicable caused
the allowances, stoppages, and remarks to be justly and properly stated;
and mustered the company for discharge; and it is hereby honorably dis-
charged from the service of the United States.

Date of: August 16, 1857 FRANCIS N. PAGE, Asst. Adjt. Gen'l.
Station: Ft. Brooke, Fla. Mustering Officer

Pg. 8

Muster Roll of Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER, Independent Company of Mounted Vo-
lunteers called into the service of the United States by Bat. Brig. Gen-
eral WM. HARNEY under instructions of the War Dept. (A. G. 0.) Nov. 4, 1856.

Note: The following men were mustered on Feb. 17, 1857, unless otherwise
noted, at Fort Brooke, Fla. by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 mos; number of
miles to rendezvous; value of horses and equipment; and remarks set after
their names.)

ISAAC J. CARTER, Capt., age 42; 150 miles; $150-$25
1. SILAS T. OVERSTREET, 1st Lt., age 26; 225 miles; $130-$17
1. WILLIAM B. HARDEE, 2d. Lt., age 24; 225 miles; $100-$10
1. JEROME N. JONES, 1st Sergt., age 23; 150 miles; $125-$20
2. ICABOD C. TURNER, Sergt., age 23; 230 miles; $50-$3
3. THOMAS STRATTON, Sergt., age 30; 225 miles; $40-$3
4. CARDINAL H. SHEFFIELD, Sergt., age 22; 220 miles; $60-$8
1. JOHN W. CILCOX, Corpl., age 25; 145 miles; $80-$7-1/2
2. FREDERICK DOUGLAS, Corpl., age 18; 145 miles; $25-$5
3. WOODMAN ATKINSON, Corpl., age 22; 225 miles; $50- 1/2
4. FRANCIS M. WARNER, Corpl., age 21; 225 miles; $35-$3; transferred to
Capt. L. G. LESLY'S Company Mar. 30/57
1. JOHN W. SUMMERLIN, Bugler, age 20; 100 miles; $40-$2
2. JAMES REGISTER, Bugler, age 27; 225 miles; $40-$2
1. JAMES MCMAHON, Farrier, age 28; 200 miles; $75-$7
1. ANDREWS, JOSEPH, pvt., age 26; mustered Mar. 10, 1857; no miles;
$125-$2
2. BURNHAM, AARON G., Pvt., age 49; 225 miles; $125-$2
3. BEAL, JOHN D., Pvt., age 21; mustered Mar. 2, 1857; no miles; $80-$10
4. BARBER, ANDREW J.; no age shown; see 0 1/8 A. G. O. Jany. 21/89;
no miles; $60-$10
5. CARTER, JESSE, JR., Pvt., age 19; 200 riles; $130-$8
6. CALDWELL, GEORGE, Pvt., age 20; 225 miles; $90-$2
7. CLIFTON, WILLIAM, Pvt., age 21; 150 miles; $125-$10
8. CHANNELL, JOHN, Pvt., age 21 230 miles; $60-$2
9. CROSBY, BURR, Pvt., age 22; 260 miles; $150-$25
10. CARTER, ELIJAH, Pvt., age 24; mustered Mar. 7, 1857; no miles;
$80-$3
11. CARTER, JOSEPH, Pvt., age 24; mustered Mar. 7, 1857; no miles;
$65-$5
12. CRAIG, JOHN T., Pvt., age 24; mustered Mar. 10, 1857; no miles; $60-$3









13. DENNISON, WILLIAM P., Pvt., age 45; 200 miles; $40-$10
14. DURRANCE, EBENEZER F., Pvt., age 19; 150 miles; $125-$3
15. DYES, JAMES, Pvt., age 17; 220 miles; $60-$2
16. ELLISON, JOSHUA, Pvt., age 22; 230 miles; $50-$2
17. FUTCH, JOSHUA, Pvt., age 30; 140 miles; $140-$7
18. HARDEE, THOMAS E., Pvt., age 23; 225 miles; $115-$2
19. HASSELE, FRANCIS, Pvt., age-31; 150 miles; $20-$1
20. HAZEL, JOHN, Pvt., age 20; 145 miles; $125-$12
21. HAMILTON, WILLIAM J., Pvt., age 25; 130 miles; $100-$4
22. HODGE, DOCTOR M., Pvt., age 41; 220 miles; $125-$5
23. HOUSE, WILLIAM G., Pvt., age 42; mustered Mar. 10, 1857; no miles;
$115-$10
24. HOUSTON, JOHN C., Pvt., age 43; mustered Mar. 10, 1857; no miles;
$100-$6
25. JERNIGAN, AARON, Pvt., age 22; mustered Mar. 10, 1857; no miles;
$175-$15
26. LONG, JESSE, Pvt., age 23; 180 miles; $50-$3
27. LININGSTON, CALVIN, Pvt., age 23; 210 miles; $60-$7
28. LANGFORD, GEORGE, Pvt., age 22; mustered Feb. 23, 1857; no miles;
$100-$7-1/2
29. LIVINGSTON, JOSEPH, Pvt., age 25; mustered Mar. 10, 1857; no miles;
$90-$10
30. MURRAY, JACKSON 0., Pvt., age 36; mustered Mar. 10, 1857; no miles;
$120-$5
31. MATHEWS, ROBERT N., Pvt., age 32; mustered Feb. 23, 1857; no miles;
$160-$10
32. MCDANIELS, THOMAS M., Pvt., age 27; mustered Feb. 23, 1857; no miles;
$80-$7-1/2
33. MCCALL, BERRY, Pvt., age 19; 225 miles; $40-$4
34. MILLER, GEORGE, Pvt., age 18; miles 175; $100-$4
35. MARTIN, IMAULARD, Pvt., age 35; 130 miles; $50-$2
36. MARTIN, SOLOMON, Pvt., age 32; 130 miles; $130-$12
37. MARKEE, WILLIAM: Pvt., age 21; 175 miles; $75-$1
38. NOBLES, LEONARD, Pvt., age 62; 225 miles; $100-$10
39. OLIVER, CHAPMAN, Pvt., age 35; 175 miles; $125-$10; transferred to
Capt. L. G. LESLY'S Company Mar. 30/57
40. OGLESBY, WILLIAM, Pv.t, age 23; 225 miles; $100-$3
41. PEACOCK, JOHN, Pvt., age 31; 225 miles; $75-$2-1/2
42. PHILLIPS, JOHN, Pvt., age 22; mustered Mar. 7, 1857; no miles
$50-$5
43. ROLLINS, JOHN, Pvt., age 22; 225 miles; $45-$4
44. RAY, WILLIAM P., Pvt., age 25: 300 miles; $150-$12-1/2

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45. RAWLS, JAMES W., Pvt., age 21; no miles; $125-$7-1/2; mustered Feb.21
46. ROBERTS, JAMES S., Pv., age 31; mustered Mar. 10, 1857; no miles;
$65-$5
47. SHEFFIELD, WILLIAM, Pvt., age 22; 200 miles; $80-$15; transferred to
Capt. L. G. LESLY"S Company Mar. 30/57
48. SMITH, JAMES M., Pvt., age 24; 150 miles; $75-$3
49. SHEARHOUSE, HENRY A., Pvt., age 26; 150 miles; $75-$20
50. SMITH, JAMES W., Pvt., age 21; 125 miles; $60-$2










51. SNELGROVE, GEORGE, Pvt., age 25; 120 miles; $80-$5
52. STOKELEY, WILLIAM;G., Pvt., age 20; 230 miles; $100-$2
53. SULLIVAN, SOLOMON, Pvt., age 19; 230 miles; $25-$1
54. STOKELEY, JOHN, Pvt., age 24; 230 miles; $30-$4
55. SIKES, OWEN, W., Pvt., age 20; 175 miles; $100-$2
56. STRATTON, DAVID, Pvt., age 32; 225 miles $80-$3
57. STRATTON, SAMUEL, Pvt., age 23; 225 miles; $90-$7
58. SIDBURY, JOHN, Pvt., age 48; 225 miles; $50-$5
59. SMITH, JAMES J., Pvt., age 24; 230 miles; $80-$7
60. STOKES, BURRELL, Pvt., age 43; no miles; $140-$12
61. TAYLOR, JOHN, Pvt., age 22; 175 miles; $125-$5
62. TURNER, WASHINGTON W., Pvt., age 26; 175 miles; $120-$12
63. TOWNSEND, NATHANIEL, Pvt., age 18; mustered Feb. 23, 1857; no miles;
$90-$7-1/2
64. TEED, GILBERT G., Pvt., age 31; mustered Mar. 10, 1857; no miles;
$75-$3
65. TURNER, WILLIAM, Pvt., age 27; mustered Mar. 10, 1857; no miles;
$60-$5
66. UNDERHILL, JEREMIAH, Pvt., age 22; 175 miles; $75-$5
67. WATSON, JOSHUA, Pvt., age 26; 140 miles; $75-$3
68. WOOD, JAMES, Pvt., age 25; 220 miles; $125-$12
69. WOOD, JOHN, Pvt., age 32; 260 miles; $75-$1
70. WINGATE, JOHN, Pvt., age 25; 175 miles; $80-$2
71. WEEKS, JOHN, Pvt., age 22; mustered Feb. 27, 1857; no miles; $90-$3
72. WATSON, CHARLES, Pvt., age 50; mustered Mar. 10, 1857; no miles;
$75-$3
73. WATSON, WILLIAM B., Pvt., age 20; mustered Mar. 10, 1857; no miles;
$100-$10
74. YATES, WILEY, Pvt., age 22; 250 miles; $30-$7; transferred to Capt.
L. G. LESLY'S Company Mar. 30/57

Died

1. JOHN SUMMERLIN, Bugler, age 20; 150 miles; $40-$2; died at Ft. Brooke,
Fla. March 12/57
2. WILLIAM CLIFTON, Pvt., age 21; 150 miles; $125-$10; died at Ft. Brooke,
Fla. March 8/57

Enlisted in the Army

1. ASHLEY, EDWARD W., Pvt., age 24; mustered Mar. 10/57; no miles; $60-$3
2. CONNER, LEWIS M., Pvt., age 28; mustered Mar. 10/57; no miles $85-$4
3. MINCHEW, WILLIAM, Pvt., age 27; mustered Mar. 10/57; no miles; $100-$15
4. OSTEEN, BRYANT, Pvt., age 33; mustered Mar. 10/57 no miles; $65-$2
5. STARLING, WILLIAM, Pvt., age 22; mustered Mar. 10/57; no miles; $80-$5

I certify on honor that this muster roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
ISAAC J. CARTER'S company of the Mounted Florida Volunteers for the period
herein mentioned; 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.
I. J. CARTER,
Captain Commanding Officer
Date: February 17, 1857
Station: Fort Brooke, Fla.








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We certify on oath that the figures opposite the names on this roll for
evaluation of horses and horse equipment represent and show the true cash
value of the horses and equipment of the men, respectively, at the place
of enrollment according to our honest judgment.

M. POST )
M. L. THANNAHAN) Appraisers
SAMUEL E. COPE )

Sworn to and subscribed before FRANCIS N. PAGE, Asst. Adjt. Gen'l.

Date: February 17, 1857
Station: Fort Brooke, Fla.

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined the men whose names are
on this Roll, their horses and equipment, and have accepted them into the
service of the United States for the term of Six Months from the Seven-
teenth day of February.
FRANCIS N. PAGE
Asst. Adjt. Gen'l., Mustering Officer
Date: February 17, 1857
Station: Fort Brooke, Fla.

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Muster Roll of Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER, Independent Company, in the Regiment
of Florida Mounted Volunteers, commanded by (blank) called into service
of the United States by Col. GUSTAVOUS LOOMIS, 5th Regiment Infantry, under
instructions of the War Dept. (A. O. C.) Nov. 4, 1856, at Fort Brooke, Fla.
(the place of rendezvous) on the 17th day of August 1857, to serve for the
term of six months, from the date of enrollment, unless sooner discharged;
from the 17th day of August 1857, (when enrolled) to the 18th day of Febru-
ary 1858. The Company was organized by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER, at Fort
Brooke, in the month of August 1857.

Note: The following men were mustered on Feb. 17, 1857, unless shown other-
wise, at Fort Brooke, Fla. by Capt. ISAAC J. CARTER for 6 months; number of
miles to rendezvous; value of horses and equipment; and remarks set opposite
after their names, age is shown also, and payment due from enrollment.F. N.
PAGE, Asst. Adjt. Gen,'l. mustering officer
1. ISAAC J. CARTER, Capt., age 42, no miles; $150-$12
1. JACKSON 0. MURRAY, 1st Lt., age 36; no miles; $175-$10
2. WILLIAM WATSON, 2nd Lt., age 21; no miles; $60-$5
1. JOSEPH SANCHES, Sergt., age 27; no miles; $200-$12
2. THOMAS STRATTON, Sergt., age 30; no miles $75-$5
3. JESSE CARTER, JR., Sergt., age 17; no miles; $90-$5
4. DAVID STRATTON, Sergt., age 26; no miles; $125-$15
1. NATHANIEL STRATTON, Corpl., age 24; no miles; $50-$7; appointed
Corporal Oct. 30th, 1857 (sick in hospital)
2. OWEN SIKES, Corpl., age 30; no miles; $50-$5
3. WILLIAM HAMILTON, Corpl., age 26, no miles; $75-$2









1. JAMES REGISTER, Bugler, age 27 (A.G.O,died?); no miles; $140-$2
2. JOSHUA WATSON, Bugler, age 27, no miles; $75-$8; appointed bugler
Aug. 19th
1. WILLIAM P. DENNISON, Farrier,age 47; no miles; appointed farrier
Dec. 10th 1857
1. BRYANT, WILLIAM, Pvt., age 21; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $60-$6
2. BEAL, JOHN, Pvt., age 21; mastered Aug. 19, 1857; $50-$2
3. BERRY, WILLIAM, Pvt., age 31, $130-$7
4. BLITCH, JAMES S., Pvt., age 21, mustered Aug. 22, 1857; $100-$5;
absent without leave from 12th Jany. to Feb. 18th/58
5. BARCO, JAMES C., Pvt., age 37, mustered Aug. 31, 1857; $140-$5
6. BUTTLER, PRINLEY S., Pvt., age 25; mustered Oct. 2, 1857
7. CHANNELS, JOHN W., Pvt., age 21; mustered Aug. 19, $60-$5
8. CARMICHAEL, JAMES D., Pvt., age 25; $140-$10; sick at Fort Mead
9. CALAWELL, HARDEN, Pvt., age 19; mustered Aug. 20, 1857
10. CALAHAN, ALEXANDER, Pvt., age 41
11. COKER, BRYANT, Pvt., age 20; mustered Sept. 16, 1857
12. DRIGGERS, NOAH H., Pvt., age 26; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $80-$3
13. DYES, JAMES, Pvt., age 18; $125-$5
14. DIAL, JOHN, Pvt., age 19; mustered Aug. 25, 1857; $130-$5
15. DUDLEY, JAMES, Pvt., age 22; mustered Aug. 31, 1857; $125-$12
16. DUDLEY, GREEN, JR., Pvt., age 21; mustered Aug. 31, 1857; $125-$7
17. DUNCAN, WILEY W., Pvt., age 30; mustered Aug. 31, 1857; $130-$7
18. DURRANCE, URIAH H., Pvt., age 20; mustered Oct. 8, 1857
19. DURRANCE, EBENEZER F., Pvt., age 18; mustered Oct. 8, 1857
20. EMERICK, JOSEPH, Pvt., age 21; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $60-$5;
lost horse Nov. 17, remounted immediately
21. ELLISON, JOSHUA, Pvt., age 21; mustered Aug. 21, 1857; $65-$5
22. ELLIOTT, NATHANIEL T., Pvt., age 20; mustered Aug. 31, 1857;
$140-$10
23. FUSSELL, JAMES L., Pvt., age 24; mustered Sept. 30, 1857
24. FUSSELL, JACOB A., Pvt., age 22; mustered Sept. 30, 1857
25. GILBERT, JACKSON, Pvt., age 39; $75-$4; horse died of Staggers
Aug. 20th, remounted immediately, lost horse Feb. 10th on march,
remounted immediately
26. GASKINS, ASA, Pvt., age 40; mustered Sept. 26; absent without leave
from 12th Dec. to 17th Feb. 1858
27. HODGES, DOCTOR M., Pvt., age 45; mustered Aug. 20, 1857; $140-$7
28. JONES, JEROME N., Pvt., age 24; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $150-$15
29. KENNARD, JAMES J., Pvt., age 23; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $125-$7
30. KENNARD, SAMUEL J., Pvt., age 27; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $100-$10
31. KEEN, MOSES, Pvt., age 34; mustered Aug. 31, 1857; $140-$5
32. LIVINGSTON, CALVIN H., Pvt., age 24; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $100-$5;
absent without leave from Nov. 20th to Dec. 15th
33. LEAMANN, WILLIAM, Pvt., age 35; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $125-$3;
horse lost on Express Service Dec. 5th. remounted immediately
34. LAW, BENJAMIN, Pvt., age 32; mustered Sept. 2, 1857; $140-$20
35. MOORE, JOHN, Pvt., age 21; mustered Aug. 21, 1857; $60-$3
36. MINCHEW, WILLIAM, Pvt., age 35; mustered Aug. 22, 1857; $200-$20
37. MARTIN, JAMES A., Pvt., age 25; mustered Sept. 16, 1857
38. MOODY, ENOCH M., Pvt., age 28; mustered Sept. 22, 1857; $140-$7
39. NAILL, JOHN, Pvt., age 20; mustered Sept. 30, 1857
40. OSTEEN, BRYANT, Pvt., age 33; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $100-$3










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41. PEACOCK, JOHN, Pvt., age 32; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $80-$10
42. PARKER, NEEDUM, Pvt., age 22; mustered Aug. 22, 1857; $100-$3
43. ROLLINS, JOHN, Pvt., age 22; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $125-$20
44. ROBERTS, JAMES S., Pvt., age 33; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $50-$5;
horse killed by lightening Dec. 20th, remounted immediately
45. REED, ROBERT, Pvt., age 33; mustered Aug. 25, 1857; $140-$3
46. SATCHWELL, AMARIAH B., Pvt., age 27; mustered Aug. 19, 1857;
$100-$10
47. SHIRLEY, JASPER, Pvt., age 18; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $75-$2
48. SALLMARR, SEYMOND, Pvt., age 23; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $50-$10
49. SMITH, JAMES M., Pvt., age 25; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $80-$1;
horse died of disease Jany. 20, 1858, remounted immediately


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50. SULLIVAN, SOLOMON, Pvt., age 19; mustered Aug. 21, 1857; $140-$7
51. STRATTON, SAMUEL Pvt., age 22; mustered Aug. 21, 1857; $140-$15
52. SMITH, GEORGE, Pvt., age 19; mustered Sept. 2, 1857; $115-$12;
absent, sick at Sodom, Fla. since Dec. 5th
53. SHEFFIELD, CARDINAL H., Pvt., age 22; mustered Aug. 31, 1857;
$100-$15
54. SPARKMAN, WILLIAM C., Pvt., age 31; mustered Aug. 31, 1857; $125-$3;
horse broke his back Nov. 20th, remounted 23rd
55. SAPP, WILLIAM, Pvt., age 41; mustered Aug. 25, 1857; $35-$5
56. TUCKER,JAMES,Pvt., age 23; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $100-$5
57. THOMAS, CHARLES, Pvt., age 23; mustered Aug. 25, 1857; $140-$10
58. TAYLOR, JOHN G., Pvt., age 34; mustered Aug. 25, 1857; $130-$15
59. WATSON, CHARLES, Pvt., age 50; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $80-$3
60. WOODS, JOHN, Pvt., age 23; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $150-$15
61. WILLIAMSON, JOHN W., Pvt., age 43; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $30-$5
62. WARNER, FRANCIS M., Pvt., age 21; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $125-$21
63. WATERSON, ROBT. N., Pvt., age 28; mustered Sept. 2, 1857; $175-$25
64. WELLS, ISAREL J., Pvt., age 19; mustered Sept. 22, 1857; $150-$7
65. UNDERWOOD, HENRY, Pvt., age 30; mustered Aug. 31, 1857; $150-$15

Died

1. ROBERT N. MATHEWS, Pvt., age 30; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $70-$5;
died Oct. 30th at Tampa, Fla.
2. SAMUEL W. STEPHENS, Pvt., age 23; mustered Sept. 16, 1857; died
Nov. 21st of disease at Fort Clinch, Fla.
3. ENOCH W. MOODY, Pvt., age 16; mustered Sept. 22, 1857; died
Dec. 20th at Fort Clinch, Fla.

Deserted

1. HENRY A. SHEARHOUSE, Corpl., age 26; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $100-$5;
deserted Oct. 30th 1857
2. ELIJAH CARTER, Pvt., age 25; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $140-$15;
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3. JOSEPH LIVINGSTON, Pvt., age 25; mustered Aug. 22, 1857; $140-$10;
deserted Oct. 1st
4. EDWARD ASHLEY, Pvt., age 25; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $80-$2; desert-
ed Aug. 31st
5. WILLIAM A. ALLISTON, Pvt., age 29; mustered Aug. 21, 1857; deserted
Aug. 30th
6. MITCHELL A. BROWNLEE, Pvt., age 30; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $150-$7;
deserted Sept. 10th
7. LEWIS M. CONNOR, Pvt., age 28; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $50-$10;
deserted Oct. 1st
8. JOSEPH CARTER, Pvt., age 24; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $150-$15; de-
serted Dec. 13th with rifle
9. WILLIAM G. HOUSE, Pvt., age 42; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $125-$7;
deserted Dec. 13th with rifle
10. WILLIAM JACKSON, Pvt., age 21; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $120-$2;
deserted Aug. 31st
11. CORNELIUS ROBERTS, Pvt., age 27; mustered Aug. 19, 1857; $120-$2;
deserted Nov. 23rd
12. WILLIAM PARKER, Pvt., age 40; mustered Aug. 22; $80-$6; deserted
Nov. 23rd
13. JOSEPH LIVINGSTON, Pvt., age 28; mustered Sept. 28; $85-$10; deserted
on date of muster
Capt. I. J. CARTER'S Company of
Florida Volunteers mustered out
of service 18th Feb'y. 1858

REMARKS: On the Settlement of the Account of the Captain of this Company
with the Qr. Master's Department, it is ascertained that of the number of
half rations of forage to which the company was entitled to be drawn in
kind 2607 half rations were not drawn and the company is entitled to the
pay as 6/4 cents per half rations in addition to the amount in the column
of forage on the Roll.
FRANCIS N. PAGE, Asst. Adjt. Gen'l.
Mustering Officer

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
ISAAC J. CARTER'S Independent Company of the Florida Mounted Volunteers for
the period herein mentioned; that each man answers to his own proper name
in person; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and soldier
are accurate and just and that the valuation of all horse and horse equipment
since the mustering into service was made by disinterested and good judges,
and at fair and just rates.
ISAAC J. CARTER, Capt.
Commanding the Company

I certify on honor that i have at Fort Brooke, Fla. on this Eighteenth day
of Feb. 1858, carefully examined this Roll, and, as far as practicably, caused
the allowances, stoppages, and remarks to be justly and properly stated, and
mustered the company for discharge and it is hereby honorably discharged from
the service of the United States.
FRANCIS N. PAGE, Asst. Adjt. Gen'l.
Mustering Officer
Muster (Date: Feb. 18, 1858
(Station: Fort Brooke, Fla.










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Muster Roll of Captain WILLIAM CASON'S Mounted Company of the 1st Regiment
2nd Brigade of Florida Militia, commanded by Col. JOHN WARREN ordered into
service of the United States by His Excellency, Gov. CALL from the 23rd day
of September 1836 to the 23rd day of Januaryl837.

Note: All Officers and soldiers were enrolled Sept. 23, 1836 at Fort Mills
by Lt. Col. MILLS for 4 months. No other information.

1. WILLIAM CASON, Capt., 1 servant and 2 horses
2. JOHN C. PELOT, 1st Lt., 1 servant and 2 horses
3. BERRIEN CASON, 2nd Lt., 1 servant and 2 horses

1. W. H. BROOKER, Orderly Sergt.
2. BENJAMIN MOODY, Sergt.
3. BARTHOLOMEW, Sergt.

1. WM. A. TUCKER, Corp'l. 3. JOHN TUCKER, Corp'l.
2. CORNELIUS BARBER, Corp'l. 4. JAMES DOUGLAS, Corp'l.

Privates

1. BROOKS, JAMES 22. MOODY, THOMAS
2. BROOKS, JOSEPH 23. MOODY, WILLIAM
3. CASON, JOHN 24. MOODY, JOHN B.
4. CASON, RANSOM 25. MOODY, ENOCH
5. CASON, MOSES 26. MATTHEWS, JOHN
6. CASON, RANSOM, JR. 27. OSTEEN, JOHN
7. DOUGLAS, RICHARD 28. OSTEEN, REUBEN
8. DELL, BENNETT M. 29. PARISH, WILLIAM
9. GASKINS, FISHER 30. PARISH, RANSOM
10. Not readable 31. PARISH, TYRA
11. GASKINS, JORDAN 32. PARISH, ALLEN
12. GANEY, ASHLEY 33. PARISH, EZEKIEL
13 GANEY, BENJAMIN 34. PARISH, WM. C.
14. HERRINGTON, JAMES L. 35. PARISH, JOHN S.
15. HANCOCK, CADER 36. PARISH, JAMES
16. HANCOCK, LITTLETON 37. PARISH, JOSIAH
17. HANCOCK, JAMES 38. REED, JAMES
18. HICKMAN, JESSEE 39. SCOTT, WILLIAM
19. JOYNER, JESSEE 40. SYLVESTER, AUGUSTINE
20. JOYNER, SAMUEL 41. SMITH, JOHN
21. MOODY, BENJAMIN 42. STAFFORD, GEORGE

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43. THOMAS, WM. 0. 50. TUCKER, P. T.
44. THOMAS, JESSEE, SR. 51. TUCKER, ALEX'R E.
45. THOMAS, NICHOLAS 52. WILLIAMS, EZEKIEL
46. THOMAS, JESSEE, JR. 53. WILLIAMS, JACOB
47. THOMAS, ALLEN, Sept. 3 to 54. WILLIAMS, DOUGLAS
Jan. 3 55. WILLIAMS, JAMES M.
48. TUCKER, LEWIS M. 56. YATES, A. J. P.
49. TUCKER, JOHN E. 57. YATES, JAMES C.









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Record of Events Captain CASON with a part of this company served under
my personal command in the campaign in Col. PIERCE'S division of and dis-
tinquished itself for Soldier like conduct particularly at the Wahoo Swamp
Nov. 21st 1836.

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
WM. CASON'S Mounted Company of the 1st Regiment Florida Militia 2nd Brigade
for the period herein mentioned; that the remarks opposite the name of each
officer and soldier are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation ex-
hibitis in every particular, the true state of the company.

WILLIAM CASON, Captain
Commanding the Company
Date: April 8th 1837
Station: Fort Gilliland

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and that
I have this 8th day of April 1837 mustered the above names company of Florida
Militia
D. B. WEBSTER, Capt.
1st Regiment Arty.
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Muster Roll of Captain WILLIAM CASON'S Mounted Company of the 1st Regiment
2nd Brigade of Florida Militia, commanded by Col. JOHN WARREN ordered into
service of the United States by Major Gen'l. THOMAS L. JESUP from the 23rd
day of Jan. to the 5th day of June 1837.

Note: All Officers and soldiers were enrolled on June 23, 1837 at Fort
Mills by Lt. Col. MILLS. All were present, unless shown otherwise.

WILLIAM CASON, Captain, 1 servant
BERRIEN CASON, 1st Lt., 1 servant
ODEN PARISH, 2nd Lt., 1 servant

WILLIAM A. TUCKER, 1st Sergt. REUBEN OSTEEN, 3rd Sergt.
JAMES L. HERRINGTON, 2nd Sergt. L. M. TUCKER, 4th Sergt.

1. JACOB WILLIAMS, Corp'l. 3. THOMAS M. MOODY, Corp'l.
2. ALLEN THOMAS, Corp'l. 4. BARTHOLMEW CASON, Corp'l.

PRIVATES

1. BARBER, CORNELIUS 11, CASON, MOSES
2 BROOKS, JAMES, SEN"R 12. DOUGLAS, RICHARDSON
3. BROOKS, W. H. 13. DOUGLAS, JAMES, JUN'R
4. BROOKS, JOSEPH 14. GANEY, BENJAMIN
5. BROOKS, JAMES, JNR. 15. GASKINS, FISHER
6. CASON, JOHN, SEN'R 16. GASKINS, GORDON
7. CASON, RANSOM, SEN'R 17. GASKINS, THOMAS
8. CASON, JAMES 18. HALLBROOK, JACOB
9. CASON, JOHN, JUN'R 19. HICKMAN, JESSEE; killed by
10. CASON, RANSOM, JUN'R Indians llth March 1837










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20. JOYNER, CHARLES 29. MOODY, JOHN B.
21. JOYNER, JESSEE 30. OSTEEN, JOHN
22. JOYNER, SAMUEL 31. PARISH, WM.
23. MATTHEWS, JOHN, SEN'R 32. PARISH, JOHN S.
24. MOODY, NATHANIEL 33. PARISH, ALLEN
25. MATTHEWS, JOHN, JUN'R 34. PARISH, TYRA
26. MOODY, E. M. 35. PARISH, JOSIAH, JUN'R
27. MOODY, WILLIAM 36. PARISH, EZEKIEL
28. MOODY, BEN

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37. PARISH, RANSOM 49. THOMAS, JESSEE, SEN'R
38. PARISH, JAMES 50. THOMAS, JESSEE, JUN'R
39. PARISH, JONAH 51 THOMAS, NICHOLAS
40. PARISH, WILLIAM 52. THOMAS, W. V.
41. PARISH, HIRAM 53. THOMAS, ROWLAN
42. SCOTT, WILLIAM 54. TUCKER, JACKSON A.
43. SCOTT, WILLIAM W. 55. WEEKS, THEOPHILIUS; enrolled 3-20-37
44. SMITH, JOHN 56. WEEKS, JOHN; enrolled 3-19-37
45. STRICKLIN, KANE 57. WEEKS, SILAS, enrolled 3-19-37
46. STAFFORD, EDMUND 58. WILLIAMS, EDWARD; enrolled 3-20-37
47. SYLVESTER, AUGUSTINE 59. WILLIAMS, ISAAC
48. SYLVESTER, JOHN

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Captain
WILLIAM CASON'S Mounted Company of the 1st Regiment 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 ex-
hibits in every particular, the true state of the Company, and that the men
could not attend at Fort Gilliland for the want of subsistence and forage
for their horses.
WM. CASON, Captain
Date: 5th June Commanding the Company
Station: Fort Mills -
ordered to be mustered out of service at Fort Gilliland

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and that
I have this fifth day of June mustered the above named Company of Mounted
Militia by company the Rolls and those of Capt. WEBSTER, USA, the former
Mustering Officer. the company not being able to assemble at Fort Gilliland
as advised a want of provisions as certified by Lt. Col. MILLS.

D. R. VINTON, Capt. 3rd Arty. U. S. A.
Gen'l and Mustering Officer
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Muster Roll of Captain WILLIAM CASON'S Company of the 1st Regiment 2nd
Brigade of Florida Mounted Militia commanded by Col. WARREN ordered into
service of the United States by Major General THOMAS L. JESUP from the 23rd
day of January 1837 for six months unless sooner discharged

Note: All Officers and Soldiers were enrolled Jan. 23, 1837 at Fort Mills
by Lt. Col. MILLS for 6 months, condition and description of horses and










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remarks.

1. WILLIAM CASON, Capt., Roan horse & Bay horse, present 1 servant
and 2 horses
2. BERRIEN CASON, 1st Lt.; Roan horse & gray horse; present;-l serv-
ant and 2 horses
3. ODEN PARISH, 2nd Lt.; 2 Sorrel horses; present; 1 servant and 2
horses
1. WILLIAM A. TUCKER, Orderly Sergt., black mare; present
2. J. L. HERRINGTON, Sergt.; roan horse; present
3. REUBEN OSTEEN, Sergt., Sorrel mare; present
4. L. M. TUCKER, Sergt., Sorrel horse; present
i JACOB WILLIAMS, Corp'l., Bay horse; present
2. ALLEN THOMAS, Corp'l., Roan horse; absent on a scout for Indians
3. THOMAS M. MOODY, Corp'l., Bay horse; present
4. BARTHOLMEW CASON, Corp'l., Sorrel horse; present
1. BARBER, CORNELIUS, Pvt., Gray mare; present
2. BROOKS, JAMES, SEN'R, Pvt., Roan horse; present
3. BROOKS, WM., Pvt., Sorrel horse; present
4. BROOKS, JOSEPH, Pvt., Bay horse; present
5. BROOKS, JAMES, JUN'R, Pvt., no horse; present; absent on scout
6. CASON, JOHN, SEN'R, Pvt., Bay mare; present
7. CASON, RANSOM, SEN'R, Pvt., Bay mare; present
8. CASON, JAMES, Pvt., Sorrel horse; on furlough since 15th March
9. CASON, JOHN, JUN'R, Pvt.; Bay horse; present, on furlough since
15th March
10. CASON, RANSOM, JUN'R, Pvt.; Bay horse; present, absent on a scout
11. CASON, MOSES, Pvt.; Sorrel horse; present
12. DOUGLAS, RICHARDSON, Pvt.; Bay mare; present
13. DOUGLAS, JAMES, JUN'R, Pvt.; Sorrel horse; present, sick
14. GANEY, BENJAMIN, Pvt.no horse; absent on duty
15. GASKINS, FISHER, Pvt.; Bay mare; present
16. GASKINS, JORDAN, Pvt.; Bay mare; present
17. GASKINS, THOMAS, Pvt.; Black horse; on furlough from 15th March
18. HOLBROOK, JACOB, Pvt.; Bay mare; on furlough from 15th March
19. HICKMAN, JAMES, Pvt.; Sorrel horse; killed by the Indians th
March 1837
20. JOYNER, CHARLES, Pvt.; Sorrel mare; on furlough since 15th March
21. JOYNER, JESSEE, Pvt.; Bay mare; present
22. JOYNER, SAMUEL, Pvt.; no horse; absent on duty
23. MATTHEWS, JOHN, JUN'R, Pvt.; Sorrel horse; present, sick
24. MOODY, NATHANIEL, Pvt.; Bay mare; present
25. MATTHEWS, JOHN, SEN'R, Pvt.; Sorrel horse; present
26. MOODY, E. M., Pvt.; Sorrel horse; absent on scout
27. MOODY, WILLIAM, Pvt.; Bay mare; absent on scout
28. MOODY, BEN, Pvt.; Bay mare; present

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29. MOODY, JOHN B., Pvt.; Bay horse; absent on a scout
30. OSTEEN, JOHN, Pvt.; Roan mare; present
31. PARISH, WM. C., Pvt.; Sorrel mare; present










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32. PARISH, JOHN S., Pvt.; Bay mare; absent on a scout
33. PARISH, ALLEN, Pvt.; Bay horse; present
34. PARISH, TYRA, Pvt.,; Roan mare; present
35. PARISH, JOSIAH, JUN'R, Pvt.; no horse; absent on a scout
36. PARISH, EXEKIEL, Pvt.; Sorrel horse; present
37. PARISH, RANSOM, Pvt.; Gray horse; present
38. PARISH, JAMES, Pvt.; Sorrel mare; present
39. PARISH, JOSIAH, SEN'R, Pvt.; Bay mare; present
40. PARISH, WILLIAM, Pvt.; Gray horse; present
41. PARISH, HIRAM, Pvt.; no horse; absent, on a scout
42. SCOTT, WILLIAM, Pvt.; Bay horse; present
43. SCOTT, WILLIAM W., Pvt.; Grey horse; present
44. SMITH, JOHN, Pvt.; Roan mare; present
45. STRICKLAND, CAIN, Pvt.; Sorrel mare; present
46. STAFFORD, EDMUND, Pvt.; Grey horse; present
47. SYLVESTER, AUGUSTINE, Pvt.; Bay mare; present
48. SYLVESTER, JOHN, Pvt.; Sorrel mare; present, sick
49. THOMAS, JESSEE, SEN'R, Pvt.; Grey mare; present, sick
50. THOMAS, JESSEE, JUN'R, Pvt.; Black horse; absent, on a scout
51. THOMAS, NICHOLAS, Pvt.; no horse; present, absent, on a scout
52. THOMAS, WM. O., Pvt.; Grey mare; present
53. THOMAS, ROWLAN, Pvt.; Bay horse; on furlough from 15th March
54. TUCKER, JACKSON A., Pvt.; Grey horse; on furlough from 15th March
55. WEEKS, THEOPHILUS, SEN'R; Pvt., enrolled Mar. 20, 1837; Grey mare;
absent on a scout transferred Capt. NIBLICK'S Company Mar. 20th,
1837 by order of Lt. Col. MILLS.
56. WEEKS, JOHN, Pvt.; enrolled Mar. 20, 1837; Black horse; present,
transferred from Capt. NIBLICK'S Company 20th March 1837 by order
of Lt. Col. MILLS

57. WEEKS, SILAS, JUN'R, Pvt.; enrolled 19th Mar. 1837; Sorrel horse;
present. Transferred from Capt. NIBLICK'S Company 19th March 1837
by order of Lt. Col. MILLS.
58. WILLIAMS, ISAAC, Pvt.; enrolled 20 March 1837; Sorrel horse; present
transferred from Capt. NIBLICK'S Company 20th March 1837 by order of
Lt. Col. MILLS.

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Captain
WILLIAM CASON'S Mounted Company of the 1st Regiment Florida Militia for the
period herein mentioned; and that the remarks set opposite the names of each
officer and soldier are accurate and just.

WM..CASON, Captain
Comdg. the Company
Date: March 25th 1837
Station: Fort Mills

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and that
I have this 25th day of March 1837 mustered and minutely inspected the above
named company of Mounted men Florida Militia.

L. B. WEBSTER, Capt. 1st Regt. Arty.
Rec'd April 25, 1837 Inspecting and Mustering Officer










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Muster Roll of Captain W. CHAMBERLIN'S Company of the 1st Regiment of
Florida Mounted Militiacommanded by Col. JOHN WARREN ordered into service
of the United States by Brig. Gen'l. T (?) TAYLOR from the 9th day of
November 1839 to the 9th day of May 1840 when discharged.

Note: For all officers and soldiersthe following will be shown: rank,
when enrolled; when mustered, by whom period, last paid; to place of
rendezvous, no. of miles, no. of miles from place of discharge home and
remarks.

1. W. CHAMBERLIN, Capt., Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; none and none; pay due from enrollment
2. E. PRIEST, 1st Lt., Nov. 9, 1839,; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; none and none; pay due from enrollment
3. J. M. SPARKMAN, 2nd Lt., Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt.
ANDERSON for 6 mos., pay due from enrollment; none and none
1. W. J. TURNER, 1st Sergt., Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt.
ANDERSON for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; none and none
2. S. GOODWIN, Sergt., Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; none and none
3. J. HIGGINBOTHAM, Sergt., Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt.
ANDERSON for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; none and none
4. RANDALL, Sergt., Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for
6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; none and none
1. RILEY MOORE, Corp'l., Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; none and none
2. CLEMENT TYNER, Corp'l., Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; none and none
3. D. JONES, Corp'l., Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for
6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; none and none
4. C. JOHNS, Corp'l., Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for
6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; none and none
1.
ADAMS, W., Pvt., Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for 6
mos.; pay due from enrollment; none and none
2. AYRES, J. W., Pvt., Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for
6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; none and none
3. BENNINGTON, W., Pvt., Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; 20 miles; 20 miles
4. BRADDOCK, WM., Pvt., Dec. 4, 1839; Dec. 4, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for
6 mos.; 150 miles; 150 miles; horse died from hard riding on scout
at No. 11. Lt. WEBSTER left compy. about Dec. 15 remounted himself
same day.
5. BRADDOCK, DECATOR, Pvt., Dec. 4, 1839; Dec. 4, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; 100 miles; 100 miles
6. BROWN, LEWIS, Pvt., Dec. 4, 1839; Dec. 4, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for 6
mos.; pay due from enrollment; 100 miles; 100 miles
7. CROSBY, T. H., Pvt., Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for
6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; none and none
8. DEAN, JOHN, Pvt., Dec. 25, 1839; Dec. 25, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for
6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; 20 miles and 20 miles
9. DIBBLE, CHARLES, Pvt., Dec. 25, 1839; Dec. 25, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; 20 miles and 20 miles










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10. GARNER, J., Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for 6 mos.;
pay due from enrollment; no miles; no miles
11. GATES, J., Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for 6
mos.; pay due from enrollment; no miles; no miles
12. GODWIN, R. J., Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for
6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; no miles; no miles
13. HIGGINBOTHAM, CALEB, Pvt., Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; no miles; no miles
14. HIGGINBOTHAM, D., Pvt., Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; no miles miles
15. HIGGINBOTHAM, E., Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; no miles; no miles
16. HIGGINBOTHAM A. J., Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; 20 miles; 20 miles
17. HIGGINBOTHAM, J. W., Pvt., Nov. 20, 1839; Nov. 20, 1839 by Lt. ANDER-
SON for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; 20 miles; 20 miles
18. HALL, WM., Pvt.; Nov. 20, 1839; Nov. 20, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for 6
mos.; pay due from enrollment; 20 miles; 20 miles
19. HADDOCK, THOMAS, Pvt.; Dec. 4, 1839; Dec. 4, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for
6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; 100 miles; 100 miles
20. HARPER, JAMES, Pvt.; Dec. 4, 1839; Dec. 4, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for 6
mos.; pay due from enrollment; 150 miles; 150 miles
21. HOWARD, RICHARD, Pvt.; Dec. 25, 1839; Dec. 25, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; 20 miles; 20 miles
22. JOHNS, A. H., Pvt., Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for 6
mos.; no miles; no miles
23. JOHNS, ISAAC, Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for 6
mos.; no miles; no miles
24. JOHNS, WM., Pvt.; Dec. 4, 1839; Dec. 4, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for 6
mos.; pay due from enrollment; 20 miles; 20 miles
25. JOHNS, S. J., Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for 6
mos.; pay due from enrollment; no miles; no miles
26. JONES, NATH'L, Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for
6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; no miles; no miles
27. JACKSON, MCDOWELL, Pvt.; Dec. 25, 1839; Dec. 25, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; 20 miles; 20 miles
28. JAMES, GEORGE, Pvt.; Dec. 25, 1839; Dec. 25, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for
6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; 20 miles; 20 miles
29. LYONS, A. J., Pvt.; Dec. 4, 1839; Dec. 4, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for 6
mos.; pay due from enrollment; 100 miles; 100 miles
30. MOORE, B., Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for 6 mos.;
pay due from enrollment; no miles; no miles
31. MOORE, JAMES, Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for 6
mos.; pay due from enrollment; no miles; no miles
32. MOORE, WARREN, Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for 6
mos.; pay due from enrollment; no miles; no miles
33. MOORE, HENRY, Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for 6
mos.; pay due from enrollment; no miles; no miles
34. MOORE, THOMAS, Pvt.; Dec. 4, 1839; Dec. 4, 1839 by Lt.ANDERSON for 6
mos.; pay due from enrollment; 100 miles; 100 miles
35. MOORE, J., Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for 6
mos.; pay due from enrollment; no miles; no miles
36. MATTHEWS, JAMES, Pvt.; Dec. 4, 1839; Dec. 4, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for
6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; 20 miles; 20 miles









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37. PINNER, JAMES, Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; 20 miles; 20 miles
38. PINNER, WM., Pvt.; Nov. 16, 1839; Nov. 16, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; 20 miles; 20 miles
39. PREVATT, J., Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for
6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; 20 miles; 20 miles; rifle and
equipment captured by the Indians near Fort Crabbe Feb. 9.
40. PREVATT, SETH, Pvt.; Nov. 16, 1839; Nov. 16, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; 20 miles; 20 miles
41. PENDARVIS, LEWIS, Pvt.; Dec. 4, 1839; Dec. 4, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; 100 miles; 100 miles
42. RUSSELL, J., Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for
6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; 20 miles; 20 miles; horse broke
loose in camp in the daytime, strayed and lost Mar. 22, remounted
himself immediately.
43. ROBERTS, A. P., Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; 20 miles; 20 miles; rifle and
equipment captured by Indians near Fort Crabbe Feb. 9.
44. SCHACKLE, J., Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for
6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; no miles; no miles; horse threw
his rider in pursuing Indians on a charge and escaped Mar. 29 re-
mounted himself same day.
45. SNOWDEN, A., Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for
6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; no miles; no miles
46. SNOWDEN, H., Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for
6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; no miles; no miles
47. SPARKMAN, STEPHEN, Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; no miles; no miles
48. SPARKMAN, P., Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for
6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; no miles; no miles
49. SPARKMAN, JAMES, Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; no miles; no miles
50. SPARKMAN, S., Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for
6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; no miles; no miles
51. SPARKMAN, JOHN, Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; no miles; no miles
52. SPARKMAN, LEVI, Pvt.; Nov. 20, 1839; Nov. 20, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment 20 miles; 20 miles
53. SPARKMAN,.D. G,, Pvt.; Nov. 20, 1839; Nov. 20, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; 20 miles; 20 miles
54. STRICKLIN, C., Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for
6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; no miles; no miles
55. SMITH, THOMAS, Pvt.; Nov. 16, 1839; Nov. 16, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; no miles; r miles
56. SMITH, JORDAN, Pvt.; Dec. 25, 1839; Dec. 25, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; 20 miles; 20 miles
57. SILCOX, HENRY, Pvt.; Dec. 4, 1839; Dec. 4, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for
6 mos.; 20 miles; 20 miles
58. STONE, DAVID, Pvt.; Dec. 4, 1839; Dec. 4, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for
6 mos.; 100 miles; 100 miles
59. TURNER, J. A., Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for
6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; no miles; no miles










60. THOMAS, JAS. T., Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; 20 miles; 20 miles
61. TOMBLIN, WM., Pvt.; Dec. 4, 1839; Dec. 4, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for
6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; 100 miles; 100 miles
62. VANSANT, GARRET, Pvt.; Dec. 4, 1839; Dec. 4, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; 100 miles; 100 miles; horse
foundered with food, died from hard riding at Fort Webster 2nd
Inf. Compy. about Nov. 30 remounted himself immediately.
63. WILLIAMSON, D. B., Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; no miles; no miles
64. WIGGINS, J. JUN'R, Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; no miles no miles
65. WIGGINS, JOHN, SEN'R, Pvt.; Nov. 16, 1839; Nov. 16, 1839 by Lt.
ANDERSON for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; no miles; no miles
66. WRIGHT, JOHN, Pvt.; Dec. 4, 1839; Dec. 4, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for
6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; 100 miles; 100 miles

DEAD
67. SYMONS, ELIJAH, Pvt.; Dec. 25, 1839; Dec. 25, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON
for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; no miles; no miles; killed by
Indians Fort Crabbe Feb. 9; rifle and equipment captured.
68. WIZWELL, E., Pvt.; Nov. 9, 1839; Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for
6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; no miles; no miles; died at Black
Creek Mar. 9, no Galter (?) to the company.

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
CHAMBERLIN'S Company of the Florida Mounted Militia for the period herein
mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each Officer and Sold-
ier. are accurate amd just, and that the recapitulation exhibits, in every
particular, the true state of the company.

W. CHAMBERLIN, Capt.
Commanding the Company
Date: May 9, 1840
Station: Fort Harlee, E. F.

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and
that I have this 9th day of May 1840 mustered and minutely inspected the
above named company of Florida Mounted Militia and hereby honorably Dis-
charged from the service of the United States

S. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3rd Art.
Inspector and Mustering Officer
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Muster Roll of Capt. W. CHAMBERLIN'S Company of the ist Regiment of
Florida Mounted Volunteers commanded by Col. JOHN WARREN ordered into
service of the United States by order of Brig. General TAYLOR from the
9th day of November 1839 to the 9th day of May 1840.
Note: Officers and Soldiers are shown by rank; all were enrolled and mus-
tered Nov. 9, 1839 by Lt. ANDERSON for 6 mos.

1. W. CHAMBERLIN, Capt.
2. E. PRIEST, 1st Lt. 3. J. M. SPARKMAN, 2nd Lt.










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1. W. J. TURNER, 1st Sergt. 3. J. HIGGINBOTHAM
2. S. GOODWIN, 2nd Sergt. 4. S. RANDALL, 4th Sergt.

1. RILEY MOORE, 1st Corp'l. 3. D. JONES, 3rd Corp'l.
2. CLEMENT TYNER, 2nd Corp'l. 4. C. JOHNS, 4th Corp'l.

PRIVATES

1. ADAMS, W. 19. MOORE, HENRY
2. AYRES, J. W. 20. MOORE, WARREN
3. BENNINGTON, W.; 20 miles to 21. MOORE, J.
rendezvous 22. PINNER, JAMES; 20 mi. to rendezvous
4. BEATTY, D. 23. PREVATT, JOSEPH
5. CROSBY, T. C. 24. PINNER, WILLIAM; 20 mi. to rendevous
6. GARNER, J. 25. PREVATT, SETH; 20 mi to rendezvous
7. GATES, J. 26. RUSSELL, J.; 20 mi. to rendezvous
8. GOODWIN, R. J. 27. ROBERTS, A. P.; 20 mi. to rendezvous
9. HIGGINBOTHAM, CALEB 28. SHACKLE, J.
10. HIGGINBOTHAM, D. 29. SNOWDEN, A.
11. HIGGINGBOTHAM, E. 30. SNOWDEN, H.
12. HIGGINBOTHAM, A. J. 31. SPARKMAN, STEPHEN
13. JOHNS, I. (J?) H. 32. SPARKMAN, P.
14. JOHNS, ISAAC 33. SPARKMAN, JAMES
15. JOHNS, S. J. 34. SPARKMAN, S.
16. JOHNS, NATH'L. 35. SPARKMAN, JOHN
17. MOORE, B. 36. STRICKLIN, C.
18. MOORE, JAMES

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PRIVATES (con't)

37. SMITH, THOMAS, enrolled 45. SPARKMAN, D. G., enrolled & mus-
& mustered Nov. 16, 1839 tered Nov. 20, 1839; 20 miles to
38. TURNER, J. A. rendezvous
39. THOMAS, JAMES T. ENROLLED & 46. HIGGINBOTHAM, J. W., enrolled &
mustered Nov. 16, 1839; mustered Nov. 20, 1839; 20 miles
20 miles to rendezvous to rendezvous
40. WILLIAMSON, D. B. 47. HALL, WILLIAM, enrolled and Muster-
41. WIGGINS, J. JUN'R. ed Nov. 20, 1839; 20 miles to
42. WIZWELL, E. rendezvous
43. WIGGINS, JOHN, SEN'R
44. SPARKMAN, LEVI, enrolled &
mustered Nov. 20, 1839; 20
miles to rendezvous

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. W.
CHAMBERLIN'S Company of Fla. Mounted Volunteers for the period herein men-
tioned; and that the remarks set opposite the name of each Officer and sol-
dier, are accurate and just and that the recapitulation exhibits the true
state of the company.
W, CHAMBERLIN, Capt.
Date: 9th Nov. 1839 Commanding the Company
Station:Fort Harlee, E. F.









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Captain W. CHAMBERLIN'S Company of Florida Mounted Volunteers mustered into
service for six months from the 9th day of November 1839 at Fort Harlee,
Fla. by Lt. J. W. ANDERSON 2nd Infy. mustered out May 9, 1840.

Third Lt. J. W. ANDERSON, dated 26 Nov. and rec'd. Dec. 11, 1839. No. 271.

Pg. 22

Muster Roll of Captain JOHN CHAMBERS' Company of Mounted Florida Militia
ordered into the service of the United States by Col. D. E. TWIGGS, 2nd
Regiment U. S. Dragoons commanding Eastern District (for six months) Fort
Heilman, E. F. March 1839.

Note: Officers and Soldiers enrolled and mustered Feb. 20, 1839 at Black
Creek by Lt. R. C. ASHTON unless otherwise noted.

1. JOHN CHAMBERS, Captain 3. JOHN M. PREVATT, 2nd Lt.
2. JAMES WARD, 1st Lt.

1. BARRY SKIFFINGTON, Sergt. 5. SEABORN WILLIAMS, Corp'l.
2. EDWARD WARD, Sergt. 6. NEWAN NICHOLS, Corp'l.
3. URIAH ROBERTS, Sergt. 7. WILLIAM A. JOHNSON, Corp'l.
4. NORMAN LUSK, Sergt. 8. MCDOWELL JACKSON, Corp'l.

PRIVATES

1.. ADAMS, WILLIAM 23. LEWIS, WILLIAM
2. ANDREWS, JOSEPH 24. LEASON, GEORGE
3. BROWN, JOHN 25. MARTIN, JOS. T.
4. BUSH, LEWIS 26. MCCABE, JOHN
5. BUSH, JAMES 27. MORRISON, S. W.
6. BOSSONS, FELIA 28. NICHOLS, JOHN
7. BANDY, WILLIAM 29. NOVEN, WILLIAM
8. COLWELL, JOHN 30. POTTS, SAM H.
9. CORDERO, JAMES 31. PLANT, JOHN
10. DAUGHTERS, W. V.. 32. O'QUINN, JAMES
11. DORMAN, AMOS 33. ROBERTSON, R. H.
12. DIBBLE, CHARLES 34. RUSSELL, JAMES
13. DUNCAN, ROBERT, enrolled & 35. REDDEN, WILLIAM
mustered Feb. 24, 1839 36. ROGERS, FRANCIS
14. FLOYD, ALLEN 37. RICHARDS, JOSEPH
15. FISHER, ANDREW 38. SWEENY, HENRY
16. FRY, JOHN R. 39. SWEENY, THOMAS
17. FISH, WILLIAM J. 40. SCANY, JAMES
18. FRANCIS, EPH'M. B.
19. GUENAN, EPHRAIM
20. HALLUSESS (?), WILLIAM
21. JONES, ELI M.
22. LUNAN, EDWARD










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PRIVATES (cont'd)

41. SMITH, JORDAN 48. THOMAS, JOHN, enrolled & mus-
42. SCHULTZ, MICHAEL tered Mar. 24, 1839
43. SHISSLER, MICHAEL, enrolled- 49. TWIST, J. NATHAN
& mustered Mar. 24, 1839 50. TWUDALL, JOHN
44. STEPP, TH'S. J. 51. TRAINOR, WILLIAM
45. SAMONS, ELIJAH 52. WILLIAMSON, DAVID
46. SOMUS, WILLIAM 53. WILLISTON, HIRAM
47. STEVENS, WILLIAM 54. WOODS, MICHAEL
55. YOCHIM, PETER E.

I certify on honor that I have at Black Creek ( the 20th day of can't read
d 24th & 28th day of M can't read mustered into the service of
the United States for the period of 6 months unless sooner discharged Capt.
JAS. CHAMBERS Comp'y. of Mounted Florida Militia.

Black Creek, E. F. Lt. R. C. ASHTON
Adjutant
Pg. 24

Muster Roll of Capt. WILLIAM H. CONE'S Company in the 1st Regiment of
Mounted Florida Volunteers commanded by Col. SAMUEL ST. GEO. ROGERS called
into the service of the United States by the President under the Act of
Congress approved May 13, 1846, from the 23rd day of July 1857, (date of
this muster) for the term of 6 months.
Note: This muster roll has nine columns ; rank, age; when mustered, where,
by whom, term, horse and horse equipment.

1. WILLIAM H. CONE, Capt., 33, 23 July 1857 at Alligator,.Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos; $200-$25
1. JOHN FRINK, 1st Lt., 30, 23 July 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos., $200-$25
1. CHARLES F. CONE, 2d Lt., 23, 23 July 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos., $175-$30
1. DAVID S. BRIAN, 1st. Sergt., 21, 23 July 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by
Capt. CONE for 6 mos.; $180-$25
2. JAMES B. CONE, Sergt., 28; July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $200-$25
3. WILLIAM H. LONG, Sergt., 24; July 23, 1857 at Alligator by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $150-$20
4. HENRY H. HERRING, Sergt., 23; July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by
Capt. CONE for 6 mos.; $125-$30
1. JOHN W. HERRING, Corp'l., 21; July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by
Capt. CONE for 6 mos.; $165-$25
2. ROBERT P. HAYS, Corp'l., 25; July 23, 1857 at Alligaotr, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $140-$20
3. JOSEPH FLETCHER, Corp'l., 26; July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by
Capt. CONE for 6 mos.; $30-$20
4. WILLIAM FRINK, JR., 19, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $200-$30










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1. GEORGE MCKENDREE, Bugler, 26, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by
Capt. CONE for 6 mos.; $130-$13
2. FRANCIS M. GILL, Bugler, 23, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by
Capt. CONE for 6 mos.; $150-$15

1. HENRY M. CASON, Farrier, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $125-$15

1. ADAMS, WILLIAM T., Pvt., 25, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by
Capt. CONE for 6 mos.; $70-$15
2. ALLEN, BRITTON, Pvt., 18, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $120-$12
3. BRYAN, JOHN C., Pvt., 19, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $110-$15
4. BOYD, CALVIN, Pvt., 28, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $110-12
5. BRUNSON, PHARIOS, 18, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt. CONE
for 6 mos.; $115-$15
6. BYRD, THOMAS, Pvt., 21, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $200-$25
7. BRYAN, JAMES M., Pvt.,46, July 23,1857 at Alligator,Fla.by Capt. CONE
for 6 mos.; $115-$10
8. BREWER, JAMES W., Pvt.,42, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $125-$15
9. BREWER, ROBERT, Pvt., 20, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $115-$25
10. BROWN, LORAN P., Pvt., 43, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $90-$10
11. BUTTS, DAVID A., Pvt., 28, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $160-$15
12. BLACK, ALFORD, Pvt., 24, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $175-$15
13. BELLOTE, WILLIAM, Pvt., 25, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $150-$15
14. BURNELL, AARON, Pvt., 18, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $150-$15
15. CLEMENTS, WILLIAM, Pvt., 18, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $140-$15
16. COTHRON, JOHN D., Pvt., 26, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $180-$15
17. COOK, SAMUEL J., Pvt., 44, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $130-$15
18. CREWS, ELIAS, Pvt., 26, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt. CONE
for 6 mos.; $130-$25
19. CHESHIRE, DAVID, Pvt., 27, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $140-$23
20. COLLIER, HENRY, Pvt., 19, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $130-$10
21. DOWNING, HENRY J., Pvt., 21, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $130-$18
22. DAVENPORT, JOHN F., Pvt., 20, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $130-$25










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23. DAVENPORT, JAMES, Pvt., 21, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $190-$20
24. DIAMOND, PHILIP, Pvt., 21, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $170-$30
25. DUNNAWAY, ZEPHANIAH, Pvt., 19, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by
Capt. CONE for 6 mos.; $80-$12
26. FOY, JAMES, Pvt., 38, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt. CONE
for 6 mos.; $80-$18
27. GIGGER, JAMES W., Pvt., 34, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $120-$18
28. HALL, JAMES M., Pvt., 18, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $125-$18
29. HERSEY, WILLIAM L., Pvt., 21, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $130-$15
30. HUNTER, EDWARD, Pvt., 25, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $115-$10
31. HUNTER, JAMES, Pvt., 22, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $120-$25
32. HATCHER, JOHN, Pvt., 23, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $140-$15
33. HERNDON, ISOM, Pvt., 37, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $120-$15
34. JACKSON, EVANDER, Pvt., 18, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $65-$18
35. JORDAN, ROBERT, Pvt., 22, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $200-$20
36. IVEY, ROBERT L (J?), Pvt., 18, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by
Capt. CONE for 6 mos.; $120-$12
37. IVEY, THOMAS, Pvt., 56, July 23, 1857 at Alligaotr, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $125-$12
38. KEARSE, HENRY, Pvt., 23, July 23, 1857 at Alligaotr, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $125-$15
39. LILES, HENRY H., Pvt., 30, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $100-$15
40. LANGDALE, NOAH H., Pvt., 18, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by
Capt. CONE for 6 mos.; $160-$18
41. LANGDALE, JOHN R., Pvt., 42, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by
Capt. CONE for 6 mos.; $85-$15
42. LAVENE, DANIEL, Pvt., 26, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $130-$18
43. LARRAMORE, ROBERT C. V., Pvt., 23, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla.
by Capt. CONE for 6 mos.; $125-$15
44. LONG, JOSEPH, Pvt., 19, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $40-$10

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45. LITTLETON, WILLIAM, Pvt., 21, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by
Capt. CONE FOR MOS.: $100-$15
46. MITCHELL, CHARLES M., Pvt., 20, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by
Capt. CONE for 6 mos.; $175-$30










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47. MORAN, JOHN, Pvt., 18, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $80-$15
48. MOORE, BENTON A., Pvt., 23, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by
Capt. CONE for 6 mos.; $140-$15
49. MCCRAIG, JOSEPH, Pvt., 22, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $140-$20
50. MOTT, NATHANIEL, Pvt., 21, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $100-$15
51. MERCER, JOHN M., Pvt., 21, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE, for 6 mos.; $140-$18
52. MOLE, LEWIS, Pvt., 60, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $140-$15
53. OLIVER, ALFRED, Pvt., 32, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $130-$12 (Note: the following appears after name L.
A. Jany, 24/79)
54. POWELL, MATHAIS, Pvt., 23, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $125-$20
55. PEOPLES, WILLIAM W., Pvt., 18, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by
Capt. CONE for 6 mos.; $200-$25
56. PRITCHARD, WILLIAM, Pvt., 28, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by
Capt. CONE for 6 mos.; $140-$12
57. PARRISH, JONATHAN, Pvt., 42, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by
Capt. CONE for 6 mos.; $125-$20
58. ROBERTS, JAMES, Pvt., 26, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $225-$25
59. ROBINSON, GEORGE, Pvt., 22, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $110-$15
60. SMITH, CORNELIUS, Pvt., 27, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $125-$25
61. TAYLOR, LEWIS, Pvt., 19, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $100-$12
62. TAVELL, SAMPSON, Pvt., 21, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $100-$15
63. TAVELL, JOHN, Pvt., 22, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $140-$20
64. WEBB, EPHRAIM N., Pvt., 24, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $160-$15
65. WILLIAMS, HENRY, Pvt., 34, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos. ; $110-$8
66. WILLIAMS, WILLIAM H., Pvt., 37, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by
Capt. CONE for 6 mos.; $115-$15
67. WILLIAMS, THEOPHILUS, Pvt., 34, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by
Capt. CONE for 6 mos.; $100-$15
68. WILLIS, ROBERT H., Pvt., 21, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by
Capt. CONE for 6 mos.; $175-$18
69. WILLIAMS, JACKSON S., Pvt., 26, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by
Capt. CONE for 6 mos.; $120-$15
70. WILLIS, GEORGE, Pvt., 38, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $140-$20
71. WILLIAMS, JOHN, Pvt., 23, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $190-$25










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72. YATES, SIAH, Pvt., 18, July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by Capt.
CONE for 6 mos.; $100-$25

I certify on honorthat this Muster Roll exhibits the true stat of Capt. W. H.
CONE'S Company of the First Regiment Fla. Mt'd. Volunteers for the period
herein mentioned; 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.
W. H. CONE, Commanding the Company
Date: 23 July 1857
Station: Alligator, Fla.

We certify on oath that the figures opposite the names on this Roll for val-
uation 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 enroll-
ment according to our honest, impartial judgment.

The horse and horse equipment of the company were )
appraised by three appraisers duly sworn but it was) Appraisers
impracticable to obtain their signatures for the )
Muster Roll. )
Sworn to and suscribed before
C. L. KILBORN, Captain & Mustering
Officer

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined the men whose names are
on this Roll, their horses, and equipment, and have accepted them into the
service of the United States for the term of Six months from this twenty-
third day of July 1857.
C. L. KILBORN
Captain and Mustering Officer
Date: 23 July 1857
Station: Alligator, Fla.

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Descriptive Roll of Capt. WM. H. CONE'S Company Regiment of Mounted Volun-
teers mustered out of service January 22, 1858.

Note: There are eight (8) columns that show Town or County, Born State or
Kingdom, Height (feet and inches), complexion, eyes, hair, and occupation.

Capt. WILLIAM H. CONE, Columbia, Fla., 5'11", light, blue, light, farmer
1st Lt. JOHN FRINK, Hamilton, Fla., 5'11", dark, blue, dark, farmer
2nd Lt. CHARLES F. CONE, Columbia, Fla., 6', light, blue, light, farmer
1st Sergt., DAVID S. BRIAN, Columbia, Fla.; 5' 11-1/2", light, blue, dark,
farmer
Sergt. JAMES B. CONE, Columbia, Fla.; 6'1", light, blue, red, farmer
Sergt. WILLIAM H. LONG, Columbia, Fla.,6'l", light, blue, dark, farmer
Sergt. HENRY H. HERRING, Columbia, Fla.,6'l". light, dark, dark, farmer










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Corp'l. JOHN W. HERRING, Columbia, Fla. 6'1", (not readable, dark, dark,
farmer
Corp'l. ROBERT P. HAYS, Columbia, Fla., 6'1", (not readable) light,
light, farmer
Corp'l. JOSEPH HATCHER, Columbia, Fla., 6', (not readable), light,
light, farmer
Corp'l. WILLIAM FRINK, Hamilton, Fla., 5'10", brown, light, light,
farmer
Bugler, GEORGE MCKENDREE, Hamilton, Fla., 5'10", light, light, light,
farmer
Bugler FRANCIS M. GILL, Hamilton, Fla., 5'10", light, light, light,
farmer
Farrier HENRY M. CASON, Hamilton, Fla., 5'10", light, light, light,
farmer
Pvt. ADAMS, WILLIAM, Hamilton, Fla., 5'10", light, light, light, Farmer
Pvt., ALLEN, BRITTON, Hamilton, Fla., 5'10", brown, light, light, farmer
Pvt., BRYAN, JOHN C., Hamilton, Fla., 5'10", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., BOYD, CALVIN, Hamilton, Fla., 5'10", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., BRUNSON, PHARIOUS, Columbia Fla., 5'10", light, light, light,
farmer
Pvt., BYRD, THOMAS, Ware, Ga., 6', light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., BRYAN, JAMES M., Hamilton, Fla., 6', light,'light, light, farmer
Pvt., BREWER, JAMES W., Hamilton, Fla., 6'., light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., BREWER, ROBERT, Hamilton, Fla., 6', light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., BROWN, LORAN P., Ware, Ga., 6', light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., BUTTS, DAVID A., Ware, Ga., 6', brown, light, light, farmer
Pvt., BLACK, ALFORD, Hamilton, Fla., 6', brown, light, light, farmer
Pvt., BELLOTE, WILLIAM, Clinch, Fla. (Ga.?), 6', brown, light, light,
farmer
Pvt., BURNETT, AARON, Columbia, Fla., 6', brown, light, light, farmer

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Pvt., CLEMENTS, WILLIAM, Hamilton, Fla., 5'10", Brown, Brown, dark, farmer
Pvt., COTHREN, JOHN D., Hamilton, Fla., 5'11", Brown, dark, dark, farmer
Pvt., COOK SAMUEL J., Hamilton, Fla., 5'11", brown, dark, dark, farmer
Pvt., CREWS, ELIAS, Columbia, Fla., 5'11", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., CHESHIRE, DAVID, Hamilton, Fla., 5'11", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., COLLIER, HENRY, Hamilton, Fla., 5'11", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., DOWNING, HENRY L., Hamilton, Fla., 5'11", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., DAVENPORT, JOHN T., Hamilton, Fla., 5'11", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., DAVENPORT, JAMES, Hamilton, Fla., 5'11", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., DIAMOND, PHILIP, Hamilton, Fla., 5'11", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., DUNNAWAY, ZEPHANIAH, Clinch, Ga., 5'11", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., FOY, JAMES, Hamilton, Fla., 5'11", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., GIGGER, JAMES W., Hamilton, Fla., 5'11", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., HALL, JAMES M., Columbia, Fla., 5'11", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., HERSEY, WILLIAM G., Columbia, Fla., 6'3", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., HUNTER, EDWARD, Hamilton, Fla., 5'11", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., HUNTER, JAMES, Hamilton, Fla., 5'11", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., HATCHER, JOHN, Hamilton, Fla., 5'11", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., HERNDON, ISOM, Hamilton, Fla., 5'9", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., JACKSON, EVANDER, Hamilton, Fla., 5'9", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., JORDAN, ROBERT, Hamilton, Fla., 6', light, light, light, farmer









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Pvt., IVEY, ROBERT L., Hamilton, Fla., 6', light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., IVEY, THOMAS, Hamilton, Fla., 5'11", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., KEARSE, HENRY, Columbia, Fla., 5'11", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., LILES, HENRY H., Ware, Ga., 5'11", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., LANGDALE, NOAH H., Clinch, Ga., 5'11", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., LAVENE, DANIEL P., Ware, Ga., 6', light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., LARRAMORE, ROBERT C. V., Charlton, Ga., 5'10", light, light, light,
farmer
Pvt., LONG, JOSEPH, Columbia, Fla., 5'10", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., LITTLETON, WILLm. D., Hamilton, Fla., 6'I", light, light, light,
farmer
Pvt., LANGDALE, JOHN R., Clinch, Ga., 5'10", dark, grey, dark, farmer
Pvt., MITCHELL, CHARLES M., Hamilton, Fla., 5'11", light, light, light,
farmer
Pvt., MORAN, JOHN, Hamilton, Fla., 5', light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., MCCRAIG, JOSEPH, Ware, Ga., 5'11", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., MOTT, NATHANIEL, Hamilton, Fla., 5'11", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., MERCER, JOHN M., Columbia, Fla., 5'6", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., MOLE, LEWIS, Columbia, Fla., 5'6 ", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., OLIVER, ALFRED, Hamilton, Fla., 5'6", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., POWELL, MATHAIS, Hamilton, Fla., 5'6", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., WILLm. W., Columbia, Fla., 5'6", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., PRITCHARD, WILLIAM, Hamilton, Fla. 5'6", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., PARRISH, JONATHAN, Hamilton, Fla., 6', light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., ROBERTS, JAMES, Clinch, Ga., 6', light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., ROBINSON, GEORGE, Columbia, Fla., 5'6", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., SMITH, CORNELIUS, Ware, Geo. 6', light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., TAYLOR, LEWIS, Hamilton, Fla., 6', light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., TAVELL, SAMPSON, Hamilton, Fla., 6', light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., TAVELL, JOHN, Hamilton, Fla., 6', light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., WEBB, EPHRIAM N., Columbia, Fla., 6', light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., WILLIAMS, HENRY, Columbia, Fla., 6', light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., WILLIAMS, WILLIAM H., Columbia, Fla., 6', light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., WILLIAMS, THEOPHILUS, Columbia, Fla., 5'6", light, light, light,
farmer
Pvt., WILLIS, ROBERT H., Hamilton, Fla., 5'6", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., WILLIAMS, JACKSON J., Clinch, Geo., 5'6", light, light, light,
farmer
Pvt., WILLIS, GEORGE, Hamilton, Fla., 5'6", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., WILLIAMS, JOHN, Columbia, Fla., 6', light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., YATES, LIAH (SIAH?), Hamilton, Fla, 5'10", light, light, light,
farmer
Pvt., ROBERTS, MATHEW, Clinch, Geo., 5'10", light, light, light, farmer
Pvt., MORGAN, SEATON U., Clinch, Geo., 5'10", light, light, light, farmer

Page 28
Muster Roll of Captain WILLIAM H. CONE'S Company in the Regiment of Mounted
Florida Volun teers commanded by Colonel SAMUEL F. GEO. ROGERS, called into
the service of the United States by Special instruction for the President
dated War Department Washington May 25, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. (the place
of general rendezvous) on the 23rd day of July 1857, to serve for the term
of Six Months, from the date of enrollment, unless sooner discharged; from
the 23rd day of July 1857 (when enrolled) to the 22nd day of January 1858.









Page 28 (cont'd)

The company was organized by Capt. WILLIAM H. CONE, at Alligator, Fla. in
the month of July 1857 .

Note: All Officers and Soldiers joined and enrolled at General Rendezvous,
When, Where, By whom, for 6 months-July 23, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. by
Capt. W. H. CONE; mustered July 23, 1857 at Alligator by Capt. C. B. KILBURN;
payment due from enrollment; no miles to rendezvous, 190 miles from place of
discharge home; value of horse and horse equipment will follow the name of
each man; remarks

1. WILLIAM H. CONE, Capt., age 23; $200-$25
1. JOHN FRINK, 1st Lt., age 30; $200-$25; appointed Regimental Qr.
Master Nov. 7 Vice Church resigned mustered out of Field and
Staff Roll
1. CHARLES F. CONE, 2nd Lt., age 23; $175-$30; in command of Fort
Dulong, Fla. from Sept. 19/57 to Oct. 12/57
1. DAVID S. BRIAN, 1st Sergt., age 21; $180-$25
2. JAMES B. CONE, Sergt., age 28; $200-$25
3. WILLIAM H. LONG, Sergt., age 24; $150-$20
4. HENRY H. HERRING, Sergt., age 23; $125-$30; horse died Decbr. 12/57,
remounted Decbr. 20/57; Shot while grazing
1. JOHN W. HERRING, Corp'l., age 21; $165-$25
2. ROBERT S. HAYS, Corp'l., age 25; $140-$20
3. JOSEPH FLETCHER, Corp'l., age 26; $130-$20; On extra Duty as Acting
Hospital Steward at Camp Drane from Octbr. 25/57 to Jany. 22/58
4. WILLIAM FRINK, JR., Corp'l., age 19; $200-$30
1. GEORGE MCKENDREE, Bugler, age 26; $150-$15
2. FRANCIS M. GILL, Bugler, age 23; $150-$15
1. HENRY M. CASON, Farrier, age 26; $125-$15

PRIVATES
1. ADAMS, WILLIAM T., Age 25; $90-$15
2. ALLEN, BRITTON, age 18; $120-$12
3. BRYAN, JOHN C., age 19; $110-$15
4. BOYD, CALVIN, age 28; $110-$12
5. BRUNSON, PHARIOS, age 18; $115-$15; horse gave out and abandoned
on the march Jany. 19/58, not remounted
6. BYRD, THOMAS, age 21; $200-$25
7. BRYAN, JAMES M., age 46; $115-$10
8. BREWER, JAMES W., age 42; $125-$15; horse bogged down on a Scout,
back broken Novbr. 8/57, remounted Novbr. 16/57
9. BREWER, ROBERT, age 20; $115-$25
10. BROWN, LORAM P., age 43; $90-$10
11. BUTTS, DAVID A., age 28; $160-$15
12. BLACK, ALFORD, age 24; $175-$15
13. BELLOTE, WILLIAM, age 25; $150-$15
14. CLEMENTS, WILLIAM C., age 18; $140-$18
15. COTHREN, JOHN D., age 26; $180-$15
16. COOK, SAMUEL J., age 44; $130-$15
17. CREWS, ELIAS, age 26; $130-$25
18. CHESHIRE, DAVID, age 27; $140-$25










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19. COLLIER, HENRY, age 19; $130-$40
20. DOWNING, HENRY J., age 21; $150-$18
21. DAVENPORT, JOHN T., age 20; $150-$25
22. DAVENPORT, JAMES, age 21; $190-$20
23. DIAMOND, PHILIP, age 21; $170-$30
24. DUNNAWAY, ZEPHANIAH, age 19; $80-$12; horse died on a march
Jany. 15/58, not remounted
25. FOY, JAMES, age 38; $80-$18
26. GIGGER, JAMES W., age 34; $120-$18
27. HALL, JAMES M., age 18; $125-$15; horse died on a march
19/58, not remounted
28. HERSEY, WILLIAM S., age 21; $130-$15
29. HUNTER, EDWARD, age 25; $115-$10; horse died on a march Novbr.
22/57, remounted Decbr. 9/57
30. HUNTER, JAMES D., age 22; $120-$25
31. HATCHER, JOHN, age 25; $140-$15
32. HERNDON, ISOM, age 37; $120-$15
33. JACKSON, EVANDER, age 18; $65-$18; horse died Novbr. 27/57,
not remounted
34. JORDAN, ROBERT, age 22; $200-$30
35. IVEY, ROBERT L., age 18; $120-$12
36. IVEY, THOMAS, age 56; $125-$12
37. KERSE, HENRY, age 23; $125-$15; dismounted Decbr. 9/57, remounted
Decbr. 13/57
38. LILES, HENRY H., age 30; $100-$15
39. LANGDALE, NOAH H., age 18; $160-$18
40. LAVENE, DAVID P., age 26; $130-$18
41. LARRAMORE, ROBERT C. V., age 22; $125-$15
42. LONG, JOSEPH, age 19; $110-$10
43. LITTLETON, WILLIAM A., age 21; $100-$15; dismounted Decbr. 15/57,
not remounted
44. LANGDALE, JOHN R., age 42; $55-$15
45. MITCHELL, CHARLES M., age 20; $175-$30

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46. MORAN, JOHN, age 18; $80-$15
47. MCCRAIG, JOSEPH, age 22; $140-$20
48. MERCER, JOHN M., age 21; $140-$18
49. MOLES, LEWIS, age 60; $140-$15
50. MORGAN, SEATON U., age 19; enrolled and mustered Aug. 13, 1857
$140-$20; horse died Octbr. 19/57, remounted Octbr. 29, 1857,
lost 2nd horse Jany. 21/58
51. OLIVER, ALFORD, age 32; $130-$12
52. POWELL, MATHIAS, age 23; $125-$20
53. PEOPLES, WILLIAM W., age 18; $200-$25
54. PRITCHARD, WILLIAM, age 28; $140-$12
55. PARRISH, JONATHAN, age 43; $125-$20
56. ROBERTS, JAMES, age 26; $225-$25; horse crippled on a scout
Novbr. 10th, remounted Novbr. 13/57
57. ROBINSON, GEORGE, age 22; $110-$15
58. ROBERTS, MATHEW, age 21; enrolled and musted Aug. 13, 1857
$140-$20
59. SMITH, CORNEILUS, age 27; $125-$25








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60. TAYLOR, LEWIS, age 19; $100-$12
61. TAVELL, SAMPSON, age 21; $100-$15
62. WEBB, EPHRAIM N., age 24; $160-$15; horse died of disease not
known Aug. 18/57, mounted immediately
63. WILLIAMS, WILLIAM H., age 37; $115-$15
64. WILLIAMS, THEOPHILUS, age 34; $100-$15
65. WILLIS, ROBERT H., age 21; $175-$15
66. WILLIAMS, JACKSON S., age 26; $120-$15
67. WILLIS, GEORGE, age 38; $140-$20; lost horse July 24/57, remounted
same day. Lost 2nd horse Jsny. 22/58 valued at $140.
68. WILLIAMS, JOHN, age 23; $190-$25
69. YATES, SIAH (LIAH?), age 18; $100-$25

KILLED IN ACTION

1. TAVELL, JOHN,age 22; $140-$20; killed in action Decbr. 3/57 in
the Big Cypress. Rifle and accoutrements taken by Indians
satisfactorially accounted for

DIED

1. BURNETT, AARON, age 18; $150-$15; died on the 3rd Decbr. 1857 at
Camp Rogers, Fla.
2. MOORE, BENTON A., age 23; $140-$15; died on the 15th Decbr. 1857
at Fort Brooke, Fla.
3. MOTT, NATHANIEL, age 21; $100-$15; died on the 19th Decbr. 1857
at Camp Rogers, Fla.

DESERTED

1. WILLIAMS, HENRY, age 34; $110-$8; deserted Aug. 22/57

I certify that this company has drawn 800 rations of subsistence and 730
half rations of forage in kind from the place of discharge/Fort Brooke to
their homes.

On the settlement of the accounts of the Captain of this company with the
Qr. Mr.'s. Department, it is ascertained that of the number of half rations
of forage to which the company was entitled to be drawn in kind 505 half
rations were not drawn and the company is entitled to the pay at 64 cents
per half ration in addition to the amount credited in the column of forage
on the Roll
FRANCIS N. PAGE, Asst. Adjt. Gen'l.

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Captain
WILLIAM H. CONE'S Company of the Regiment Mtd. Fla. Volunteers for the per-
iod herein mentioned; that each man answers to his own proper name in person
that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and soldier are ac-
curate and just, and that the valuation of all horses and horse equipment
since the muster into service, was made by isinterested and good judges,
and at fair and just rates.
WM. H. CONE, Captain
Commanding the Company









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I certify on honor that I have at Fort Brooke, Fla. on this Twenty-second
day of January 1858, carefully examined this Roll, and, as far as practi-
cable caused the allowances, stoppages, and remarks to be justly and pro-
perly stated; and mustered the company for discharge; and it is hereby
honorably discharged from the service of the United States.

FRANCIS N. PAGE, Asst. Adjt. Gen'l.
Mustering Officer

Muster (Date: January 22, 1858
(Station: Fort Brooke, Fla.

Page 30

Muster Roll of Captain WILLIAM H. CONE'S Company of the 1st Regiment
Brigade of Florida Mounted Militia commanded by Col. W. J. BAYLEY ordered into
service of the United States by the Secretary of War from the 23rd day of Nov.
1840 to the 23rd day of Feby. 1841.

Note: This Muster Roll shows name, rank, date of arrival, when mustered,
by whom and period of time. The mustering officer was Maj. S. CHURCHILL for
6 months.
1. WILLIAM H. CONE, Capt., Sept. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
2. WILLIAM BROWN, 1st Lt., Sept. 25, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
3. JOSEPH CONE, 2nd Lt., Sept. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
1. JOHN THOMAS, 1st Sergt., Sept. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
2. JAMES BRATT, Sergt., Sept. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
3. WILEY LEE, Sergt., Oct. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
4. THOMAS OLPMAN, Sergt., Sept. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
1. W. C. PASS, Corp'l., Sept. 20,1840; Nov. 23, 1840
2. CHARLES FUTCH, Corp'l., Sept. 25, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
3. MOSES TURNER, Corp'l., Sept. 25, 1840; Nov.23,1840
4. ARCHIBALD KIRBY, Corp'l., Sept. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
1. WILLIAM CONE, Bugler, Sept. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
2. WILLIAM GILLET, Bugler, Sept. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840

PRIVATES
1. AMONS,ALLEN A., Nov. 23, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
2. BRATT, THOMAS Sept. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
3. BROWN, BERRY, Sept. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
4. BROWN, RIGDON, Oct. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
5. BURNS, STUBRAL, Oct. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
6. BROWER, JAMES, Oct. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
7. BROWER, S. S., Oct. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
8. CHESHIRE, AMOS, Sept. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
9. CONE, D. M., Sept. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
10. CASON, C. W., Sept. 25, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
11. CAMON, D., Sept. 25, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
12. CAMON, PETER, Sept. 25, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
13. COOK, JOHN C., Sept. 25, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
14. COSSEY, A., Sept. 25, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
15. CRUISE, EDWARD, Sept. 25, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840









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16. CASON, ANDREW, Sept. 25, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840; sick east of the
Suwanne
17. DURRENCE, W., Nov. 23, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
18. DURRENCE, JESSEE, Nov. 23, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
19. DURRENCE, FRANCIS, Nov. 23, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
20. DRIGGERS, SIMON B., Nov. 23, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
21. FLETCHER, GEORGE, Nov. 23, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
22. GREEN, W., Sept. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
23. GREEN, DANIEL, Sept. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
24. GREEN, IVE, Sept. 25, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
25. GREEN, SAMUEL, Sept. 25, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
26. GREEN, THOMAS, Sept. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
27. GILL, JOHN, Nov. 23, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
28. HOWELL, JOSEPH, Sept. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840

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29. HOLDER, T. B., Sept. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
30. HOLDER, JOSEPH, Sept. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
31. HATCHER, JAMES, Oct. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
32. HILL, STACY, Nov. 23, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
33. HENDERSON, JOSHUA, Nov. 23, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
34. HICKS, JESSEE, Oct. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
35. HICKS, WILLIAM, Sept., 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
36. JOHNSON, WILLIAM, Sept. 22, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
37. LANGFORD, WILLIAM, Nov. 23; 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
38. MILLER, GEORGE, Sept. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840; sick east of the
Suwanne
39. MIMS, JAMES, Nov. 23, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
40. MOBLY, JOHN, Nov. 23, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
41. MCLENNON, MOSES, Oct. 18, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
42. MCLENNON, JOHN, Oct. 18, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
43. OLPMAN, SAMPSON, Sept. 25, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
44. PEACOCK, JOHN, Sept. 25, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
45. PENNINGTON, WILLIAM, Oct. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
46. PEACOCK, JESSEE, (can't read date); Nov. 23, 1840
47. PRIME, R. D., Nov. 23, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
48. RUMPH, CHARLES, Sept. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
49. RAULERSON, B(?), Sept. 20, 1840
50. RAGLIN, D. M. (?), Nov. 23, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840, sick east of
the Suwanne
51. ROBINSON, STEPHEN (?), Sept. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
52. SINGLETARY, JOSEPH, Sept. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
53. SINGLETARY, HAYNES, Sept. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
54. STOKES, BURRELL, Sept. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
55. SCOTT, SAMUEL, Oct. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
56. SLADE, JOHN, Nov. 23, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
57. SMITH, THOMAS W., Oct. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
58. WOOD, DAVID, Sept. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
59. WHITTEMORE, CHARLES, Sept. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
60. WEBB, GEORGE, Oct. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
61. WHITEHURST, LEVI, Nov. 20, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840
62. ZIPPERER, Solomon, Nov. 23, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840








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RECORD OF EVENTS

Extract of a letter from the Secretary of War by the Governor of
Florida dated September 10, 1840. "The Troops, Your Excellency, has
thought it expedient to call only upon this company will be mustered
into service. General READ by the-last ? to that officer
? copy of which has been submitted (?) to your ? will
be discharged."
A True Extract
S. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3d Arty.

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of
Capt. WILLIAM H. CONE'S Company of the Florida Mounted Militia 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.

WM. H. CONE, Captain
Commanding the Company
Date: November 23, 1840
Station: San Pedro, Mid. Florida

I certify on honr that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and
that I have this 23d day of November 1840 mustered and minutely inspected
the above named company of Florida Mounted Militia into the service of the
United States for the term of three months.

S. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3d Arty.
Inspecting and Mustering Officer
Page 32

Muster Roll of Captain WILLIAM H. CONE'S Company of the 1st Regiment,
Brigade of Flor. Mounted Militia, commanded by W. J. BAYLEY ordered into
service of the United States by the Secretary of War from the Twenty-
third day of November, 1840 to the Third day of March 1841 when discharged.

Note: All officers and soldiers on this Roll are shown by rank, date of
arrival, when mustered, by whom, period, last paid, miles to place of
rendezvous, from place of discharge home and remarks. The company was
mustered in November 23, 1840 for 3 months by Maj. S. CHURCHILL, 3d Arty.;
There were no miles to place of rendzvousand 50 miles from place of dis-
charge home. Pay was due from enrollment.

1. WILLIAM CONE, Capt., Sept. 20, 1840; has kept in service a
private servant and two horses absent. Leave,of Gen'l.
READ attending Legislative Council of Florida From Dec. 31
through Feb. ?
2. WILLIAM BROWN, 1st Lt., Sept. 25, 1840; has kept in service
a private servant and two horses absent command of company
from Jan. 1 to Feb. 21.
3. JOSEPH CONE, 2nd Lt., Sept. 20, 1840; stop $3 for provisions
furnished him by A. C. Sub at F. HAGAN (?). Has kept in ser-
vice a private servant and two horses.









Page 32 (cont'd)

1. JOHN THOMAS, 1st Sergt., Sept. 20, 1840
2. JAMES BRATT, Sergt., Sept. 20, 1840
3. WILEY LEE, Sergt., Oct. 20, 1840
4. THOMAS OLPMAN, Sergt., Sept. 20, 1840
1. W. C. PASS, Corp'l., Sept. 20, 1840
2. CHARLES FLETCHER, Corp'l., Sept. 25, 1840
3. MOSES TURNER, Corp'l., Sept. 25, 1840
4. ARCHIBALD KIRBY, Corp'l, Sept. 20, 1840
1. WILLIAM CONE, Bugler, Sept. 20, 1840
2. WILLIAM GILLET, Bugler, Sept. 20, 1840

PRIVATES

1. AMONS, ALLEN, Nov. 23, 1840
2. BRATT, THOMAS, Sept. 20, 1840
3. BROWN, BERRY, Sept. 20, 1840
4. BROWN, RIGDON, Oct. 20, 1840
5. BURNS, STUBRAL, Oct. 20, 1840; can't read, blanked out, Gen'l
READ from Jan. 11
6. BROWER, JAMES, Oct. 20, 1840
7. BROWER, S. S., Oct. 20, 1840
8. CHESHIRE, AMOS, Sept. 20, 1840
9. CONE, D. M., Sept. 20, 1840
10. CASON, C. W., Sept. 25, 1840
11. CAMON, D., Sept. 25, 1840
12. CAMON, PETER, Sept. 25, 1840
13. COOK, JOHN C., Oct. 20, 1840
14. COSSEY, A., Oct. 20, 1840
15. CRUISE, EDWARD, Oct. 20, 1840
16. CASON, ANDREW, Sept. 25, 1840
17. DURRENCE, W., Nov. 23, 1840
18. DURRENCE, JESSEE, Nov. 23, 1840
19. DRIGGERS, SIMON B., Nov. 23, 1840
20. FLETCHER, GEORGE, Sept. 25, 1840
21. GREEN, W., Sept. 20, 1840
22. GREEN, DANIEL, Sept. 20, 1840
23. GREEN, JOHN, Sept. 25, 1840
24. GREEN, SAMUEL, Sept. 25, 1840
25. GREEN, THOMAS, Sept. 20, 1840
26. GILL, JOHN, Nov. 23, 1840
27. HOWEL, JOSEPH, Sept. 20, 1840
28. HOLDER, T. B., Sept. 20, 1840
29. HOLDER, JOSEPH, Sept. 20, 1840
30. HATCHER, JAMES, Oct. 20, 1840

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31. HILL, STACY, Nov. 23, 1840
32. HENDERSON, JOSHUA, Nov. 23, 1840
33. HICKS, JESSEE, Oct. 20, 1840
34. HICKS, WILEY, Sept. 20, 1840
35. JOHNSON, WILLIAM, Sept. 22, 1840
36. LANGFORD, WILLIAM, Nov. 23, 1840










Page 33 (cont'd)

37. MILLER, GEORGE, Sept. 20, 1840
38. MIMS, JAMES, Nov. 23, 1840
39. MOBLY, JOHN, Nov. 23, 1840
40. MCLENNON, MOSES, Oct. 18, 1840
41. MCLENNON, JOHN, Oct. 18, 1840
42. OLPMAN, SAMPSON, Sept. 25, 1840
43. PEACOCK, JOHN, Sept. 25, 1840
44. PENNINGTON, WILLIAM, Oct. 20, 1840
45. PEACOCK, JESSEE, Oct. 20, 1840
46. PRIME, R. D., Nov. 20, 1840
47. RUMP, CHARLES, Sept. 20, 1840
48. RAGLIN, L. G., Nov. 23, 1840
49. ROBINSON, STEPHEN, Sept. 20, 1840
50. SINGLETERY, JOSEPH, Sept. 20, 1840
51. SINGLETERY, HAYNES, Sept. 20, 1840
52. STOKES, BURRELL, Sept. 20, 1840
53. SCOTT, SAMUEL, Oct. 20, 1840
54. SLADE, JOHN, Nov. 23, 1840
55. WOOD, DAVID, Sept. 20, 1840
56. WHITTEMORE, CHARLES, Sept. 20, 1840
57. WEBB, GEORGE, Oct. 20, 1840
58. WHITEHURST, LEVI, Nov. 23, 1840
59. ZIPPERER, SOLOMON, Nov. 23, 1840

DISCHARGED
1. RAULERSON, R., Pvt.; Sept. 20; Nov. 23, 1840 by Maj. S. CHURCHILL
for 3 mos.; no miles to rendezvous; no miles home; discharged by
2. SMITH, THOMAS W., Oct. 20, 1840, Nov. 23, 1840 by Maj. S. CHURCHILL
for 3 mos.; no miles to rendezvous; no miles home; discharged by
Captain, term expired March 1

DESERTED
1. DURRENCE, FRANCIS, Pvt.; Nov. 23, 1840; Nov. 23, 1840 by Maj. S.
CHURCHILL for 3 mos.; no miles to rendezvous; no miles home;
deserted from Fort Jackson Dec. 10 due Sutler E. H. HALL

RECORDS OF EVENTS
Extract of a letter from the Secretary of War to the Governor of Flor.
dated Sept. 10. "The Troops, Your Excellency has thought it expedient to
call out upon this emergency will be mustered into service and such of
them as exceed the number assigned to the command of Gen'l. READ by last
orders to that officer, a copy of which has been transmitted to you will be
discharged.

A True extract S, CHURCHILL, Maj. 3d Arty.

The time of Territorial service from Sept. 20 to the date of muster into
United States service, Nov. 23, is not included for the balances of Subsis-
tence and forage shewn on this roll the balances for that time (prior to
Nov. 23) are yet to be ascertained, and authenicated by certificate or oath,
at the payment for that portion of service.
WM. CONE, Capt.
S. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3d. Arty.










Page 33 (cont'd)

REMARKS BY MUSTERING OFFICER

This Company by its strength, is entitled from Sept. 20 to Oct. 19 to
a 1st Leiut. two Sergts two Corp'ls. one bugler. And from Nov. 23 to
a Captain 1st Leiut. 2d Leiut ist Sergt. three Sergts. from Corp'ls.
- two Buglers.
S. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3d Art.

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
WILLIAM CONE'S company of the Flor. Mounted Militia for the period herein
mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and sol-
dier, are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation exhibits in every
particular, the true state of the company.
WM. CONE, Captain
Commanding the Company
Date: March 3, 1841
Station: Fort Macomb, M. F.

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and
that I have this 3d day of March 1841, mustered and minutely inspected the
above named company of Florida Mounted Militia who are hereby honorably
discharged from the service of the United States.

S. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3d Art.

Page 34

Muster Roll of Capt. D. N. CONE'S Company of the Brigade of Florida Mounted
Militia commanded by Lieut. Colonel JOHN WARREN, and ordered into service
by Maj. Gen'l. ALEX MACOMB, from the thirtieth day of April 1839 to the
thirtieth day of October, 1839.

Note: The following Officers and Soldiers arrived April 30, 1839 and
mustered same day,unless shown otherwise, by Lt. MUMFORD for 6 months;
received no pay; were 75 miles from place of discharge home and remarks.

1. D. N. CONE, Captain
2. AARON JERNIGAN, 1st Lt.
3. WILLIAM WILLIAMS, 2nd Lt.; horse killed by Indians
1. JACKSON BIRD, 1st Sergt.
2. SAMUEL B. SWEAT, Sergt.
3. ARTHUR FLOYD, Sergt. ; spring vice lost. 35 cents. Horse condemned
by Board of Survey and shot.
4. JAMES HOGANS, Sergt.; to pay for two public axes.$2.50
1. THOMAS CANADAY, Corp'l.
2. JOHN S. CHESUR, Corp'l.
3. WILLIAM STAFFORD, Corp'l.
4. THOMAS WEED, Corp'l.; to pay for rifle, screw driver, wiper, ball
core, 2 spring vie, bullet moulds, pouch belt, waist belt,
waist plates & flask










Page 34 (cont'd)

PRIVATES

1. ALLEN, WILLIAM N.: May 17, 1839; May 2, 1839 (exactly as it
appears on the muster roll)
2. BAKER, ASA, May 14, 1839; May 14, 1839
3. BEASLEY, JOHN, unreadable ; April 30, 1839; killed unreadable,
part of a date is apparent way to join the company. Rifle,
pouch, belt and plate, shot pouch, waist belt & plate, flask,
screw driver and wiper taken by Indians.
4. BUCK, JONATHAN; May 14, 1839; May 14, 1839
5. BAILEY, ROBERT, May 15, 1839; May 15, 1839
6. BORD, EDWARD; date of arrival blank; June 27, 1839
7. CHESUR, JOHN; April 20, 1839; April 30, 1839
8. CANADAY, JOHN, April 20, 1839; April 30, 1839
9. CAMON, JOHN, April 20, 1839; April 30, 1839
10. CROOKS, ADAMS, April 20, 1839; June 27, 1839
11. DOBSON, ISAAC
12. DUBLEY, WILLIAM, May 14, 1839; May 14, 1839
13. FLOYD, C. C.
14. FOURAKERS, JESSE
15, FOURAKERS, ICHABOD
16. FOURAKERS, NATHAN, April 30, 1839; June 27, 1839
17. FINN, JAMES, April 30, 1839; June 27, 1839
18. HUNTER, N. H.
19. HATCHER, EBENZER
20. HARVEY, RICHARD
21. HADDACH, JOSEPH
22. HINES, ISAAC
23. HAZLES, ALLEN, June 27, 1839; June 27, 1839
24. HALEGAN, WILLIAM, June 27, 1839; June 27, 1839
25. JOHNSON, ARACK
26. JOHNS, CALVIN
27. LLOYD, LaFAYETTE, May 14, 1839; May 14, 1839
28. LLOYD, WM. H.

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29. LANG, WILLIAM, June 27, 1839; June 27, 1839
30. MAINE, DAN'L J.
31. MESSER, SOLOMON
32. MULPHERS, JOHN H.
33. MCDONALD, ALEXR., June 27, 1839; June 27, 1839
34. MOLDEN, JOAB, June 27, 1839; June 27, 1839
35. NORTON, NATHAN, June 27, 1839; June 27, 1839
36. NOBLES, THOMAS
37. OASTEAN, LEONARD
38. PARMENTER, H. F.
39. REVEL, EDMUND, May 14, 1839; May 14, 1839
40. SWEAT, JAMES M.
41. STEPHSON, SAUL A., April 30, 1839; June 27, 1839
42. SLY, BENJAMIN, April 30, 1839; June 27, 1839










Page 35 (cont'd)

43. TANNER, JOHN
44. TARMALIN, WILLIAM, May 15, 1839; May 15, 1839
45. WILLIAMS, WM. A. (same person also shown as WILLIAM A. WILLIAMS)
46. WILLIAMS, JOHN D.
47. WILLIAMS, ISAAC D.
48. WILLIAMS, WM. H.
49. WILLIAMS, THOS.. F., May 17, 1839; May 17, 1839
50. WRIGHT, PATRICK, June 16, 1839; June 16, 1839
51. THOMPSON, THOSE. W.
52. TANNER, WILEY, June 17, 1839

RECORD OF EVENTS

Mustered out of service at Fort Heilman, E. F. by order of the Com'g
General Army of the South -

Date: 30th October 1839
Station: Fort Heilman, E. F.

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of
Capt. D. N. CONE'S Company of Florida Mounted Militia 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.

D. N. CONE
Captain Company Commander

I certify on honor, that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and
that I have this thirtieth day of October 1839 mustered and minutely
inspected the above named company.
H. W. WESSELLS
1st Lt. 2d Infantry
Inspector & Mustering Officer
Capt. CONE'S Muster Roll of Florida Mounted Militia mustered out of service
October 31, 1839

Page 36

Muster Roll of Capt. MOSES CURRY'S Company of Mounted Men of the 4th Regi-
ment, 2 Brigade of Florida Militia commanded by Col. WARREN ordered into
service of the United States by Brig. Gen'l. HERNANDEZ, from the eleventh
day of February 1836 to the fifth day of March 1836.

Note: All Officers and Soldiers were mustered into service February 11,
1836 for 24 days; the Captain, 1st Lt. and 2nd Lt. each were mounted and
received 15 rations of Subsistence and 16 rations of forage; from the
1st Sergt. through all privates, each man found his own horse.

1. MOSES CURRY, Captain
2. RALPH EAMES, 1st Lt.
3. GEO. W. WELLS, 2nd Lt.
4. MILES PRICE, 3rd Lt.









Page 36 (cont'd)

1. ROBERT J. H. PRITCHARD, 1st Sergt.
2. SAM'L. H. STEPHENSON, Sergt.
3. FRANCIS S. HUDNALL, Sergt.
4. JAMES M. FLINN, Sergt.

1. FRANCIS SAMMIS, Corp'l.
2. THOMAS CLARKE, Corp'l.
3. JOHN TAYLOR, Corp'l.
4. JESSE A. BRUSH, Corp'l.

PRIVATES

1. ANTHONY FALAINI 17. JACKSON HIGGINBOTHAM
2. ANTHONY SUAREZ 18. JOHN R. ROBERTS
3. ALLEN OSTEEN 19. JOSHUA SPARKMAN
4. CHARLES GREEN 20. JAMES SHIELDS(?)
5. CHARLES F. BUGG 21. JOHN GILBERT
6. ARTHUR ROUSE 22. JAMES AIK(ENS?)
7. EDWARD KRISTEN (?) 23. JAMES WOODLAND
8. BENJAMIN GAY 24. JONATHAN J. THIGPEN
9. FELIX GEIGER 25. JOHN HOGAN
10. GEORGE W. WATSON 26. JOHN S. SAULS
11. GEORGE MOTES 27. JOSEPH HADDOCK
12. HEZEKIAH TUCKER 28. JAMES PINNER
13. ISAAC VARNES 29. MOSE BLEACH
14. JAMES TYSON 30. D. NEWNAN YOUNGBLOOD
15. JOSHUA FENNEMORE 31. PHILIP TAYLOR
16. JOHN RUSSELL 32. REUBEN HOGANS

Page 37
PRIVATES (cont'd)
33. RAMON ALVAREZ 39. WILLIAM BLACK
34. SAMUEL VARNS 40. WILLIAM NORTON
35. STEPHEN RIGGS 41. WILLIAM MOTES
36. SOLOMON GODWIN 42. WILLIAM TURNER
37. WILLOUGHBY TUCKER 43. JOSEPH GRAVES
38. WASHINGTON M. IVES 44. JESSE LONG

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Cap-
tain MOSES CURRY'S Company of the Florida Militia for the period herein
mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and
soldier, are accurate and just and that the public (?) ? have been
turned in

Date: August 8, 1836
Station: St. Augustine

I certify on honor that I have examined this Muster Roll, and that I
have this Eighth day of August 1836 mustered and minutely inspected the
above named company of Florida Militia

R. M. KIRBY, Major U. S. Army
Mustering Officer










Page 38

Muster Roll of Captain MOSES CURRY'S Company of Mounted Volunteers of
Florida Militia ordered into service of the United States by Governor
KALL (CALL) Commander in Chief of the forces in Florida from the Seven-
teenth day of November 1836 to the"Seventeenth day of February 1837.

Note: This Muster Roll shows the name and rank of each man. All were
mustered in Nov. 17, 1836 at St. Augustine by Capt. G. S. DRANE for 3
months. The number of miles to place of rendezvous and from place of
discharge will be shown after each person's name.

1. MOSES CURRY, Captain; 35 miles; 35 miles; received all the
forage and the rations from the United States
2. JOHN T. BROER, 1st Lt.; 35 miles; 35 miles; received all the
forage and the rations from the United States
3. JOHN J. SAMMIS, 2d Lt.; 35 miles; 35 miles; received all the
forage and one ration per day for 3 days from the United
States
4. JOSEPH E. SUMMERALL, 3d Lt.; 35 miles; 35 miles; received all
the forage and one ration per day for 3 days from the United
States. Absent, sick
1. MILES PRICE, 1st Sergt.; 55 miles; 55 miles
2. JOHN M. J. BOWDEN, 2d Sergt.; 35 miles; 35 miles
3. JAMES PLUMMER, 3d Sergt.; 35 miles; 35 miles
4. JAMES M. FILSEN, 4th Sergt.; 55 miles; 55 miles
1. JOHN S. HAMILTON, Corp'l.; 35 miles; 35 miles
2. MICHAEL FITZGERALD, Corp'l.; 35 miles; 35 miles
3. ABNER GILBERT, Corp'l.; 35 miles; 35 miles
4. JOSIAH HAGAN, Corp'l.; 35 miles; 35 miles

PRIVATES

1. RICH'D. KEATING; 35 miles; 35 miles; absent, sick
2. JOHN M. BOWDEN; 35 miles; 35 miles
3. THOMAS CLARK; 35 miles; 35 miles
4. W. E. TUCKER, 55 miles; 55 miles
5. MICHAEL MOAM (?); 35 miles; 35 miles
6. WILLIAM GARDNER, 35 miles; 35 miles
7. WILLIAM LOFTON; 35 miles; 35 miles
8. JOHN LOFTON; 35 miles; 35 miles; died 21st January 1837
9. WILLIAM HARTLEY, 1st; 35 miles; 35 miles
10. JOHN HARTLEY, 1st; 35 miles; 35 miles
11. PETER FARNHAM; 35 miles; 35 miles
12. WILLIAM HAGAN; 35 miles; 35 miles; absent, sick
13. THOMAS HAGAN; 35 miles; 35 miles
14. ELIJAH PETTY; 35 miles; 35 miles
15. JOSEPH MATTAIR; 35 miles; 35 miles
16. JOSEPH GRAVES; 35 miles; 35 miles
17. GEORGE HARTLEY; 35 miles; 35 miles
18. HENRY HARTLEY; 35 miles; 35 miles; absent, sick
19. NATHANIEL HARTLEY; 35 miles; 35 miles










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20. DANIEL HARTLEY; 35 miles; 35 miles; died 31st December 1836
21. FREDERICK HARTLEY, 1st; 35 miles; 35 miles
22. THOMAS GARDNER; 35 miles; 35 miles
23. LEWIS GARDNER; 35 miles; 35 miles
24. JOHN GILBERT; 35 miles; 35 miles
25. GEORGE PETTY, Sen'r.; 35 miles; 35 miles
26. GEORGE PETTY, Jun'r.; 35 miles; 35 miles
27. CHARLES BROWN; 35 miles; 35 miles
28. URIAH BOWDEN; 35 miles; 35 miles
29. JOHN LASSEAR; 35 miles; 35 miles
30. JOHN L. MCLANE; 35 miles; 35 miles
31. HARRISON CRONK; 35 miles; 35 miles
32. J. P. BELKNAP; 35 miles; 35 miles
33. JOHN SUMMERALL; 35 miles; 35 miles

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34. JOHN SPARKMAN; 55 miles; 55 miles
35. CALVIN READ; 35 miles; 35 miles
36. FRANCIS HUDNALL; 35 miles; 35 miles
37. JAMES JAMES; 35 miles; 35 miles
38. HENRY LINDSEY; 35 miles; 35 miles
39. WILLIAM TURNER; 55 miles; 55 miles
40. EDWARD TURNER; 55 miles; 55 miles
41. HENRY CHRISTY; 55 miles; 55 miles
42. REUBEN HOGAN, 1st; 55 miles; 55 miles
43. ANTHONY PHELINA; 55 miles; 55 miles
44. JOHN P. BROWN; 35 miles; 35 miles
45. HEZEKIAH TUCKER; 55 miles; 55 miles
46. D. N. YOUNGBLOOD; 55 miles; 55 miles
47. JOHN J. TUCKER; 55 miles; 55 miles; sick
48. A. GOIAUCHE; 35 miles; 35 miles; mustered in by the name of
WILLIAM FLINN
49. ROBT. J. PRITCHARD; 35 miles; 35 miles
50. CHARLES F. BUGG; 35 miles; 35 miles
51. ANTHONY HAGAN; 35 miles; 35 miles
52. JAMES EUBANK; 55 miles; 55 miles
53. DAVID MCKEE; 55 miles; 55 miles; absent sick, name omitted
mustering in.
54. WM. GILBERT; 35 miles; 35 miles; absent sick
55. WM. CAMPBELL; 35 miles; 35 miles; absent sick
56. A. W. CRICHTON; 35 miles; 35 miles
57. WM HARTLEY, 2d; 35 miles; 35 miles; absent sick
58. JOHN HARTLEY, 2d; 35 miles; 35 miles
59. MIREK HARTLEY; 35 miles; 35 miles; absent sick
60. DANIEL HOGAN; 55 miles; 55 miles
61. JOHN BLACK; 35 miles; 35 miles
62. JOHN COHEN; 35 miles; 35 miles
63. HENRY COHEN; 35 miles; 35 miles
64. WILLIAM MOLPAS; 35 miles; 35 miles










65, FREDERICK HARTLEY, 2d; 35 miles; 35 miles; absent sick
66. REUBEN HOGAN, 2d; 55 miles; 55 miles;
67. ALEXANDER PLUMMER; 35; 35 miles; absent sick

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Captain
MOSES CURRY'S Mounted Company Volunteer Florida Militia for the period here-
in mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and
soldier are accurate and just.
MOSES CURRY, Captain
Date: 17 February 1837 Commanding the Company
Station: St. Augustine, E. F.

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and
that I have this Seveenteenth day of February (no year shown) mustered and
minutely inspected the above named company of Florida Militia.

L. B. WEBSTER
Captain 1st Arty.

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Muster Roll of Lieut. A. W. CRICHTON'S Detachment of the 4th Regiment 2nd
Brigade of Florida Militia commanded by Col. WARREN ordered into service
of the United States by Brig. Gen. HERNANDEZ from the 10th day of November
1835 to the fifth day of March 1836. Note: Muster Roll shows name, rank,
when enrolled, period of time and remarks.

1. ALEXANDER W. CRICHTON, 1st Lt., Nov. 10, 1835 for 3 mos. & 25
days; mounted
2. 0. M DORMAN, 2nd Lt., Jany. 7, 1836 for 1 mo. & 28 days, mounted
3. OLIVER WOOD, 3rd Lt., Nov. 10, 1835; deserted Jan. 15
1. JOHN MCFADDEN, 1st Sergt., Jan. 3, 1836 for 2 mos. & 2 days,
mounted
2. CHESTER BISBEE, Sergt., Nov. 10, 1835 for 3 mos. & 25 days,
not mounted
3. WM. HAGAN, Sergt., Nov. 10, 1835 for 3 mos. & 25 days, mounted
4. THOMAS HAGAN, Sergt., Nov. 10, 1835 for 3 mos. & 25 days, mounted
5. JOHN BLACK, Sergt., Nov. 10, 1835 for 3 mos. & 25 days; mounted
1. JAMES WALLIS, Corp'l., Nov. 10, 1835 for 3 mos. & 25 days; not
mounted
2. JAMES H. GARDNER, Corp'l., Nov. 10, 1835 for 3 mos. & 25 days
mounted
3. CHARLES F. BUGG, Corp'l., Nov. 10, 1835 for 3 mos. & 1 day; mounted
4. JESSE A. BRUSH, Corp'l., Nov. 10, 1835 for 3 mos. & 1 day; mounted

PRIVATES

1. MICHAEL FITZGERALD, Nov. 10, 1835 for 3 mos. & 25 days; mounted
2. ANTHONY HAGAN, Nov. 10, 1835; 3 mos., 25 days; mounted
3. JOSIAH HAGAN, Nov. 10, 1835; 3 mos., 25 days; mounted
4. GEORGE HARTLEY, Nov. 10, 1835; 3 mos., 25 days; mounted
5. JOHN LAWTON, Nov. 10, 1835; 3 mos., 25 days; mounted
6. JAMES PLUMMER, Nov. 10, 1835; 3 mos., 25 days; mounted









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7. J. A. SUMMERALL, Nov. 10, 1835; 3 mos., 25 days; mounted
8. BENJAMIN THOMPSON, Nov. 10, 1835; 3 mos., 25 days; mounted
9. JAMES RAMIS, Nov. 10, 1835; 3 mos., 25 days; mounted
10. JOHN A. CAVEDO, Nov. 10, 1835; 3 mos., 25 days; mounted
11. BENJ. PERRY, Nov. 10, 1835; 3 mos., 25 days; mounted
12. WM. G. NOWELL, Nov. 10, 1835; 3 mos., 25 days; mounted
13. MARTIN S. BAKER, Nov. 10, 1835; 3 mos., 25 days; not mounted
14. CALVIN REED, Nov. 10, 1835; 3 mos., 25 days; mounted
15. PETER FARNHAM, Nov. 10, 1835; 3 mos., 25 days; not mounted
16. WILLIAM CAMPBELL, Nov. 10, 1835; 3 mos., 25 days; not mounted
17. A. CREWS, Nov. 10, 1835; 3 mos., 25 days; not mounted
18. R. T. KEATING, Nov. 10, 1835; 3 mos., 25 days; not mounted
19. L. HUTCHINS, Nov. 10, 1835; 3 mos., 25 days; not mounted
20. JAMES HALL, Nov. 10, 1835; 3 mos., 25 days; mounted
21. JOHN P. CRICHTON, Nov. 10, 1835; 3 mos., 25 days; mounted
22. ISAAC HENDRICKS, Nov. 10, 1835; 3 mos., 25 days; mounted
23. JOHN MCLEAN, Jan. 15, 1836; 1 mo., 19 days; mounted
24. ABRAHMA (?) L (?), Jan. 15, 1836; 1 mo., 19 days; mounted
25. WILLIAM BLACK, Jan. 15, 1836; 1 mo., 19 days; mounted
26. H. C. DeMASTERS, Nov. 10, 1835; 3 mos., 25 days; mounted
27. WM. HOUSTON, Nov. 10, 1835; 3 mos., 25 days; mounted
28. JOHN FLOYD, Nov. 10, 1835; 3 mos., 25 days; mounted
29. JOHN J. CAVEDO, Nov. 10, 1835; 3 mos., 25 days; mounted
30. JAMES SIMMONS, Nov. 10, 1835; 3 mos., 25 days; not mounted
31. JAMES T. MATTAIR, Nov. 10, 1835; 3 mos., 25 ciys; not mounted
32. A. G. PHILIPS, Jan. 15, 1836; 1 mo., 19 days; mounted
33. WM. HENDRICKS, Jan. 15, 1836; 1 mo., 19 days; mounted

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I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Lt.
A. W. CRICHTON'S Detachment Florida Militia for the period herein mentioned;
that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and soldier, are ac-
curate and just, and that the arms received from the United States have all
been turned in.
A. W. CRICHTON, 1st Lt.
Date: 10th August 1836 Commanding the Detachment
Station: Jacksonville

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and
that I have this tenth day of Augt. 1836 mustered the above named detach-
ment.
R. M. KIRBY, Major U. S. Army
Inspector and Mustering Officer

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Muster Roll of Captain MOSES CURRY'S Company of Mounted Volunteers of
Florida Militia ordered into service of the United States by requisition
of Major Gen'l. SCOTT from the Sixteenth day of May 1836 to serve Six
months. Mustered out of service 16th November 1836.









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Note: Columns for this muster roll show name, rank, when enrolled,
where mustered, by whom, period of 6 mos., number of miles to rendezvous,
number of miles from place of discharge home and remarks.

1. MOSES CURRY, Capt., May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for
6 mos; miles none; from discharge home 35 miles
2. JOHN T. BROER, 1st Lt.May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for
6 mos., 35 miles from place of discharge home
3. JOHN S. SAMMIS, 2nd Lt., June 3, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY
for 6 mos., 35 miles from place of discharge home
4. JAS. M FLINN, 3rd Lt., July 1, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY
for 6 mos.; 35 miles from place of discharge home; elected
3rd Lt. 1st day of July 1836; 30 miles to rendezvous, 60 miles
from place of discharge home
1. MILES PRICE, 1st Sergt.,,May.16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY
for 6 mos.; 30 miles to place of rendezvous, 60 miles from
place of discharge home
2. JOHN MCFADDEN, 2nd Sergt., May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY
for 6 mos., no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of dis-
charge home; died the 4th of November 1836
3. JAS. M. FLINN, 3rd Sergt., May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY
for 6 mos.; 30 miles to rendezvous, 60 miles from place of dis-
charge home; served as 3rd Sergt. from the 16 May to 1 July 1836
4. JOHN SPARKMAN, 4th Sergt., May 16, 1836 by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.,
30 miles to rendezvous; 60 miles from place of discharge home; to
pay for 1 flask and 1 bayonet; enrolled at Mandarin
1. JOSEPH E. SUMMERALL, 1st Corp'l. May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj.
KIRBY for 6 mos.; no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles home from
place of discharge
2. JOHN TAYLOR, Corp'l. June 3, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for
6 mos.; no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge
home
3. JOHN M. J. BOWDEN, Corp'l. May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY
for 6 mos.; no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of dis-
charge home
4. MICHAEL FITZGERALD, Corp'l. May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY
for 6 mos.; no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of dis-
charge home; appointed 1st day of July 1836.

PRIVATES

1. BELKNAP, J. P., May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.,
no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge
2. BOWDEN, JOHN M., May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6
mos., no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge
home
3. BROWN, ELISHA, May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.,
no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge home
4. BYNUM, DEMPSEY, May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.,
no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge home;
died the 16th July 1836
5. BROWN, JOHN, SR. May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.,
no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge









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6. CLARKE, THOMAS, May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.,
no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge from
home; sick, absent
7. CRICHTON, A. W., May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6
mos., no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge
home
8. CHRISTY, HENRY, May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.,
30 miles to rendezvous, 60 miles from place of discharge home
9. DEMASTERS, HENRY, June 30, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.,
no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge home; to
pay for 1 pistol/HARPER'S FERRY
10. FARNHAM, PETER, May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBU for 6 mos.,
no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge home
11. FITZGERALD, MICHAEL, May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6
mos., no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge;
served as private from the 16th May to the 1st July 1836
12. GRAVES, JOSEPH, May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.;
no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge home
13. GARDNER, LEWIS, May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.;
no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge home
14. GARDNER, THOMAS,June 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6
mos., no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge
home
15. GILBERT, JON, May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.,
no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge home
16. GILBERT, ABNER, May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.;
no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge home
17. HAGIN, THOMAS, May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.;
no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge home;
sick, absent
18. HAGIN, JOSIAH, May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.;
no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge home
19. HAGIN, WILLIAM, May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.;
no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge home
20. HOGAN, REUBEN, May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.;
30 miles to rendezvous,60 miles from place of discharge home
21. HAMILTON, JOHN L., May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6
mos.; no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge
home
22. IVES, W. M., May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.;
no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge home;
transferred to Capt. FREMONTH'S Company 31st Oct. 1836
23. JAMES, JAMES, May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.;
no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge home
24. LOFTON, JOHN, May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.;
no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge home
25. LOFTON, WILLIAM, May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.;
no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge home;
sick, absent
26. LINDSEY, HENRY, May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.;
no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge home;
sick, absent










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27. MCLAIN, JOHN L., May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6
mos.; no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge
home-
28. MARSHAL, GEO., May 16, 183,6 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.;
no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge home
29. OATES, JOHN A., May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6
mos.; no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge
home; transferred to Capt. FREMONTH'S Company 31st Oct. 1836
30. PETTY, ELIJAH, May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.;
no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge home;
sick, absent
31. PRITCHARD, R. A. H., May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6
mos.; no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge;
sick, absent

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32. PHELINA, TONY, May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.;
30 miles to rendezvous, 60 miles from place of discharge home
33. ROBERTS, JOHN, May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.;
30 miles..to rendezvous, 60 miles from place of discharge home
34. SUMMERALL, JNO. A., May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6
mos.; no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge
home
35. SUAREZ, ANTHONY, May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.;
30 miles to rendezvous, 60 miles from place of discharge home
36. SLONE, MICHAEL, May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.;
no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge home
37. SOLANO, DIONCIA, June 3, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.;
no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge home
38. TUCKER, HEZEHIAH, May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6
mos.; 30 miles to rendezvous, 60 miles from place of discharge
home
39. TUCKER, JAMES B., May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.;
30 miles to rendezvous, 60 miles from place of discharge home
40. TYSON, STEPHEN, May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.;
30 miles to rendezvous, 60 miles from place of discharge home
41. TURNER, WILLIAM, May 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6
mos.; 30 miles to rendezvous, 60 miles from place of discharge
home
42. TUCKER, WILLOUGHBY, June 3, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6
mos.; 30 miles to rendezvous, 60 miles from place of discharge
home
43. WALLACE, JAMES, June 3, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.;
no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge home;
sick, absent
44. YOUNGBLOOD, NUNON, May 16, 1836 at Mandaring by Maj. KIRBY for 6
mos.; 30 miles to rendezvous, 60 miles from place of discharge
home
45. BUGG, CHARLES F., June 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6
mos.; no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge
home









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46. BRUSH, JESSE A., June 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6
mos.; no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge
home
47. BLACK, WILLIAM, June 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6
mos.; taped over, can't-read; transferred to Capt. FREMONTH'S
company 31st Oct., 1836
48. FENNIMORE, JOSHUA, June 12, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6
mos.; taped over, can't read; appointed Sergt. 1st July 1836
49. GOYANCHI, ALX'R, June 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6
mos.; taped over, can't read
50. HARTLEY, GEORGE, June 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6
mos.; taped over
51. HUDNALL, FRANCIS, June 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6
mos.; taped over, can't read
52. KEATING, RICH'D T., Jun e 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for
6 mos.; no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge
home; to pay for 1 flask and 1 pouch
53. MCKEE, DAVID, June 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.;
30 miles to rendezvous, 60 miles from place of discharge home;
to pay for 1 flask and 1 pouch
54. MATTIER,JOSEPH, June 8, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6
mos.; no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge
home
55. PLUMMER, JAMES, June 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6
mos.; no miles to rendezvous, 35 miles from place of discharge
home
56. TUCKER, ISAAC, June 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6
mos.; 30 miles to rendezvous, 60 miles from place of discharge
home; sick, absent
57. TAYLOR, PURNELL, June 16, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6
mos.; no miles to rendeavous, 35 miles from place of discharge
home
58. HIGGINBOTHAM, JOHN, July 9, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6
mos.; 30 miles to rendezvous, 60 miles from place of discharge
home
59. HIGGINBOTHAM, JACKSON, July 9, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for
6 mos.; 30 miles to rendezvous, 60 miles from place of discharge
home
60. PENNINGTON, (no first name shown), Aug. 3, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj.
KIRBY for 6 mos.; 30 miles to rendezvous, 60 miles from place of
discharge
61. SANDERS, WM. H. G., July 20, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6
mos.; 30 miles to rendezvous, 60 miles from place of discharge
62. SANDERS, SAM'L, July 25, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj, KIRBY for 6
mos.; 30 miles to rendezvous, 60 miles from place of discharge
home
63. TURNER, EDWARD, July 25, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.;
30 miles to rendezvous, 60 miles from place of discharge home
64. EUBANK, JAMES, Aug. 3, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.;
30 miles to rendezvous, 60 miles from place of discharge home
65. BROWN, EZEKIEL, Oct. 15, 1836 at Mandarin by Maj. KIRBY for 6 mos.;
no miles to rendezvous, no miles from place of discharge home;
sick, absent










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I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Cap-
tain MOSES CURRY'S Company of Mounted Volunteers Florida Militia for the
period herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each
officer and soldier, are accurate and just.

Capt. MOSES CURRY, Capt.
Commanding the Company (B)
Date: Nov. 16, 1836
Staion: (Taped over, unreadable)

unreadable and that I have this Sixteenth day of November 1836 mustered
unreadable Volunteer Florida Militia.

G. S. DRANE, Capt. 2nd Arty.
Inspector and Mustering Officer
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Muster Roll of Capt. MOSES CURRY'S Company of the Mounted Volunteers of
the Florida Militia ordered into service of the United Statesby Requisition
Gov. R. K. CALL, from the Seventeenth day of November 1836 to serve for 3
months, unless sooner discharged by proper authority.

Note: All officers and soldiers were enrolled November 17, 1836 at St.
Augustine by Capt. G. S. DRANE for 3 months. In the Remarks column the
number of horses and description of all horses are shown.

1. MOSES CURRY, Capt.; Sorrel gelding
2. JOHN G. BREWER, 1st Lt., Sorrel gelding
3. JOHN S. LEWIS, 2nd Lt., Bay gelding
4. JOSEPH E. SUMMERLUN, 3rd Lt.; Bay gelding

1. MILES PRICE, 1st Sergt., Sorrel horse
2. JOHN N. D. BOWDEN, 2nd Sergt., Sorrel horse
3. JAMES PLUMMER, 3rd Sergt., Dark Bay
4. JAMES M. FLINN, 4th Sergt., Sorrel horse

1. JOHN L. HAMILTON, Corp'l.; Dark Bay
2. MICHAEL FITZGERALD, Sorrel horse
3. ABNER GILBERT, Corp'l.; Bay horse
4. JOSIAH HAGAN, Corp'l.; Bay horse

1. R. T. KEATING, Pvt.; Bay horse
2. JOHN M. BOWDEN, Pvt.; Bay horse
3. THOMAS CLARK, Pvt.; Sorrel horse; sick, absent
4. MICHAEL SLONE, Pvt.; Grey mare
5. WILLOUGHBY E. TUCKER, Pvt.; Bay stallion
6. WILLIAM GARDNER, Pvt.; Cream mare
7. WILLIAM LOFTON, Pvt.; Bay horse
8. JOHN LOFTON, Pvt.; Bay horse
9. WILLIAM HARTLY Pvt.; Bay horse
10. JOHN HARTLY, Pvt.; Bay horse
11. PETER FARNHAM, Pvt.; Sorrel mare
12. WILLIAM HAGIN, Pvt.; Brown horse










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13. THOMAS HAGIN, Pvt.; Sorrel mare; sick, absent
14. ELIJAH PETTY, Pvt.; Sorrel horse; sick, absent
15. JOSEPH MATTIER, Pvt.; Dun horse
16. JOSEPH GRAVES, Pvt.; Dark Bay horse
17. GEORGE HARTLEY, Pvt.; Bay'mare
18. HENRY HARTLEY, Pvt.; Black mare
19. NATHANIEL HARTLEY, Pvt.; Roan horse
20. DANIEL HARTLEY, Pvt.; Black mare; sick, absent
21. FREDERICK HARTLEY, Pvt.; Bay horse
22. THOMAS GARDNER, Pvt.; Black horse
23. LEWIS GARDNER, Pvt.; Bay horse
24. JOHN GILBERT, Pvt.; Bay horse
25. GEORGE PETTY, Senior, Pvt.; Sorrel horse
26. GEORGE PETTY, JR., Pvt.; Bay mare; sick, absent
27. CHARLES BROWN, Pvt.; Bay horse; sick, absent
28. URIAH BOWDEN, Pvt.; Bay mare
29. JON LASSEAR, Pvt.; Bay horse; sick, absent
30. JOHN L. MCCLANE, Pvt.; Sorrel mare

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31. HARRISON CRONK, Pvt.; Roan horse
32. J. P. BELKNAP, Pvt.; Sorrel horse
33. JOHN SUMMERALL, Pvt.; Bay horse
34. JOHN SPARKMAN, Pvt.; Sorrel horse
35. CALVIN READ, Pvt.; Sorrel horse
36. FRANCIS HUDNALL, Pvt.; Grey horse
37. JAMES JAMES, Pvt.; Bay mare
38. HENRY LINDSAY, Pvt.; Bay horse; sick, absent
39. WILLIAM TURNER, Pvt.; Sorrel horse
40. EDWARD TURNER, Pvt.; Black mare
41. HENRY CHRISTY, Pvt.; Black horse
42. REUBEN HOGAN, Pvt.; Sorrel horse
43. ANTHONY PHELINA, Pvt.; Black mare
44. JOHN P. BROWN, Pvt.; Roan horse
45. HEZEKIAH TUCKER, Pvt.; Sorrel horse
46. NEWNAN YOUNGBLOOD, Pvt.; Bay horse
47. JOHN J. TUCKER, Pvt.; Bay horse; sick, absent
48. WILLIAM FLINN, Pvt.; Sorrel horse
49. ROBT. J. H. PRITCHARD, Pvt.; Bay horse
50. CHARLES (taped over, unreadable) (BUGG?); Bay mare
51. ANTHONY HAGIN, Pvt.; Sorrel horse
52. JAMES EUBANK, Pvt.; Sorrel horse

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
MOSES CURRY'S Company of the Mounted Volunteers Florida Militia for the
period herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each
Officer and Soldier, are accurate and just.

MOSES CURRY, Capt.
Commanding the company (B)
Date: 17th Nov. 1836
Station: (Blank)










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I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and
that I have this seventeenth day of Nov. 1836 mustered and minutely in-
spected the above named company of Mounted Vilunteers Florida Militia.

G. S. DRANE
Asst. Inspector & Mustering Officer
Page 46

Muster Roll of Capt. MOSES CURRY'S company of Mounted Volunteers Florida
Militia ordered into service of the United States by requisition of Gen'l.
SCOTT from the 16th day of May 1836 to serve 6 months.

Note: The Officers and Soldiers were enrolled at different times by Maj.
KIRBY at Mandarin, Fla. for 6 months.

1. MOSES CURRY, Capt., May 16, 1836
2. JOHN T. BROWER, 1st Lt., May 16, 1836
3. JOHN S. SAMMIS, 2nd Lt., June 3, 1836

1. MILES PRICE, 1st Sergt., May 16, 1836; Black mare
2. JOHN MCFADDIN, Sergt.; May 16, 1836; Sorrel horse
3. JAMES FLINN, Sergt., May 16, 1836; Sorrel mare
4. JOHN SPARKMAN, Sergt., May 16, 1836; Chestnut Sorrel mare

1. JOSEPH C. SUMMERALL, Corp'l. May 16, 1836; Sorrel stallion
2. JOHN TAYLOR, Corp'l., June 3, 1836; absent, sick
3. JOHN M. J. BOWDEN, Corp'l., May 16, 1836; Sorrel horse

PRIVATES

1. BELKNAP, J. P., May 16, 1836; Roan horse
2. BOWDEN, JOHN M., May 16, 1836; Sorrel mare
3. BOWER, ELISHA, May 16, 1836; Sorrel horse
4. BYNAM, DEMPSEY, May 16, 1836; Brown stallion
5. BROWN, JOHN P., May 16, 1836; Roan horse
6. CLARK, THOMAS, May 16, 1836; Sorrel horse
7. CRICHTON, A. W., May 16, 1836; Bay horse
8. CHRISTY, HENRY, June 3, 1836; Sorrel horse
9. DEMASTERS, HENRY, June 3, 1836; Brown stallion
10. FARNHAM, PETER, May 16, 1836; absent, on duty
11. FITZGERALD, MICHAEL, May 16, 1836; Sorrel mare
12. GRAVES, JOSEPH, May 16, 1836; Brown horse
13. GARDNER, LEWIS, May 16, 1836; Bay horse
14. GILBERT, JOHN, May 16, 1836; Bay mare
15. GILBERT, ABNER, May 16, 1836; Bay horse
16. HAGAN, THOMAS, May 16, 1836; Absent, sick
17. HAGAN, JOSIAH, May 16, 1836; Sorrel horse
18. HAGAN, WILLIAM, May 16, 1836; Sorrel horse
19. HOGAN, REUBEN, May 16, 1836; Bay horse
20. HAMILTON, JOHN S., May 16, 1836; Roan horse
21. IVES, W. N., May 16, 1836; Sorrel horse











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22. JAMES, JAMES, May 16, 1836; Bay mare
23. LOFTON, JOHN, May 16, 1836; Bay horse
24. LOFTON, WILLIAM, May 16, 1836; absent on duty
25. LINDSAY, HENRY, May 16, 1836; Brown horse
26. MCCLANE, JOHN S., May 16, 1836; Sorrel horse

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27. MARSHAL, GEORGE, May 16, 1836; cream horse
28. OATES, JOHN A., May 16, 1836; Bay horse
29. PETTY, ELIJAH, May 16, 1836; Bay mare
30. PRITCHARD, R. J. H., May 16, 1836; Bay horse
31. PHELINA, TONY, May 16, 1836; Bay horse
32. ROBERTS, JOHN, May 16, 1836; Bay mare
33. SUMMERALL, JOHN A., May 16, 1836; Bay horse
34. SUAREZ, ANTHONY, May 16, 1836; Sorrel horse
35. SLOANE, MICHAEL, May 16, 1836; Bay horse
36. SOLANO, DIONISIO, June 3, 1836; Sorrel mare
37. TUCKER, HEZEKIAH, May 16, 1836; Brown horse
38. TUCKER, JAMES B., May 16, 1836; Bay horse
39. TYSON, STEPHEN, May 16, 1836; Black horse
40. TURNER, WILLIAM, May 16, 1836; absent, sick
41. TUCKER, WILLOUGHBY, May 16, 1836; Black horse
42. WALLACE, JAMES, May 16, 1836; absent, sick
43. YOUNGBLOOD, NEWNAN, May 16, 1836; absent, sick

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
MOSES CURRY'S company of the Mounted Volunteers Florida Militia for the
period herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each
Officer and Soldier, are accurate and just.

MOSES CURRY, Captain
Commanding the Company
Date: 7th June 1836
Station: St. Augustine, E. F.

I certify on honor, that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and
that I have this 7th day of June 1836 mustered the above named company of
Volunteers.
R. M. KIRBY, Major U. S. Army
Inspector and Mustering Officer
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Muster Roll of Capt. MOSES CURRY'S company of Mounted Volunteers Florida
Militia page torn service of the United States by Order of Major THOMAS
JESSUP by the Authorization of the (Pres-) ident to receive ten thousand
Volunteers from the 19 June 1837 for six months to the 18th December 1837.

Note: This muster roll shows that all Officers and Soldiers were enrolled
June 19, 1837 at Jacksonville, Fla. by Lt. WATSON for 6 mos.and remarks.










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1. MOSES CURRY, Capt.; mounted, 2 horses and 1 servant
2. JNO. T. MOORE, 1st Lt.; mounted, 2 horses and 1 servant
3. A. W. CRICHTON, 2nd Lt.; mounted, 2 horses and 1 servant

1. JAMES PLUMMER, 1st Sergt.; mounted
2. JOHN M. J. BOWDEN, 2nd Sergt.; mounted
3. W. V. & A SUMMERALL, 3rd Sergt.; mounted
4. MICHAEL FITZGERALD, 4th Sergt.; mounted
1. JOHN BLACK, 1st Corp'l.; mounted
2. HARRISON CRONK, 2nd Corp'l.; mounted
3. JOSIAH HAGIN, 3rd Corp'l.; mounted
4. JOHN P. BROWN, 4th Corp'l.; mounted
1. JOHN COHEN, Musician; mounted
2. HENRY COHEN, musician; mounted

PRIVATES

1. BOWERS, GEORGE N.; mounted
2. BAYLEY, THOMAS: mounted
3. BLACK, WILLIAM; mounted
4. BELKNAP, J. P.; mounted
5. Taped over, unreadable
6. Taped over (BOWDEN)URIAH; mounted
7. CLEMENCE, REUBEN; absent with leave; mounted
8. COFFEE, JOSHUA A.; absent with leave, mounted
9. DUNN, JAMES; mounted
10. DAWSON, WILLIAM; mounted
11. FLINN, JAMES M.; mounted
12. GREENSTREET, THOMAS; mounted
13. GILBERT, ABNER; mounted
14. GILBERT, JOHN; mounted
15. GRAVES, JOSEPH; mounted
16. GARDNER, THOMAS; absent with leave; mounted
17. GARDNER, WILLIAM; absent with leave; mounted
18. Can't read ; mounted
19. HAGIN, WILLIAM; mounted
20. HANNAN, JOHN; mounted
21. HAMILTON, JNO. S.; mounted
22. HARTLEY, JOHN JUN'R.; mounted
23. HUDNALL, FRANCIS S.; mounted
,24. HARTLEY, HENRY; mounted
25. HANGIN, ANTHONY; absent, sick with leave; mounted
26. HARTLEY, JOHN SEN'R.; mounted
27. HARTLEY, GEORGE; absent with leave; mounted
28. HARTLEY, NATHANIEL; mounted
29. HARTLEY, WILLIAM; absent with leave; mounted
30. HAGIN, THOMAS; absent with leave; mounted
31. IVES, WASHINTON M.; mounted
32. JAMES, JAMES; mounted
33. KEATING, R. T.; mounted
34. LASSEARE, JOHN; absent with leave; mounted
35. LOFTON, WILLIAM; mounted










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36. MOLPUS, WILLIAM; mounted
37. PETTY, GEORGE SEN'R.; mounted
38. PETTY, GEORGE, Jun'R.; mounted
39. PETTY, ELIJAH; mounted
40. PRITCHARD, ROBT. J. H.; mounted
41. READ, CALVIN; mounted
42. ROCHE, MANUEL (?); mounted
43. STEPHENSON, JAMES H.; mounted
44. SALUS, JOSEPH; mounted
45. STRAND, JOHN; mounted
46. SUMMERALL, JOSEPH E.; absent, sick, mounted
47. SLOANE, MICHAEL; mounted
48. SAVERY, MICHAEL; mounted
49. TUCKER, WILLOUGHBY; absent with leave; mounted
50. THOMPSON, JAMES; mounted
51. WOODS, OLIVER; ; mounted

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I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
MOSES CURRY'S company (the most of this certification has been taped over
and can't be read) name of each officer and soldier are accurate and just
and that at

MOSES CURRY, Capt.
Commanding the Company
Date: 12th July 1837
Station: Mandarin, E. Florida

RECORDS OF EVENTS

Headquarters Army of the South GEO. WATSON
St. Augustine July 7, 1837 Capt. U. S. A. & Mustering Officer

Sir,

A Requisition has been made on General HERNANDES' for a Regiment of men for
the defense of the Frontier, and I am instructed by the Commanding General
to instruct you to muster into service such mounted companies as may report
themselves ready. I enclose herewith a copy of order No. 140
can't read.

Lt. G. WATSON can't read
U. S. Army A. D. C. Adjt.(?) Gen'l.
Jacksonville, Florida
The above is a true copy
GEO. WATSON, Lt. & Mustering Officer










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Must-r Roll of Capt. MOSES CURRY'S company of Mounted Volunteers Florida
Militia ordered into service os the United States by Requisition of Brig.
Gen'l. HERNANDEZ from the Eighteenth day of February 1837 to serve for 6
months.

The Officers and Soldiers enrolled on different dates, which will be shown,
by Capt. for 6 months at St. Augustine, Fla.

1. MOSES CURRY, Capt.; Feb. 18, 1837
2. JNO. T. BROER, 1st Lt.; Feb. 18, 1837
1. BOWDEN, JNO. M. J., 1st Sergt.; Feb. 18, 1837
2. REUBEN HAGAN, 2nd Sergt.; Feb. 18, 1837
3. JNO. L. HAMILTON, 3rd Sergt.; Feb. 18, 1837
4. JNO. A. SUMMERALL, 4th Sergt; Feb. 18, 1837

1. WILLIAM HOGAN, 1st Corp'l.; Mar. 1, 1837
2. W. M. IVES, 2nd Corp'l.; Mar. 1, 1837
3. JOSEPH E. SUMMERALL, 3rd. Corp'l.; Mar. 10, 1837
4. JAMES PLUMMER, 4th Corp'l.; Mar. 6, 1837

1. JOHN COHEN, Musician; Feb. 18, 1837
2. HENRY COHEN, Musician; Feb. 18, 1837
3. JNO. M. BOWDEN, Pvt.; Feb. 18, 1837
4. URIAH BOWDEN, Pvt.; Feb. 18, 1837
5. ELIJAH PETTY, Pvt.; Mar. 1, 1837
6. CALVIN READ, Pvt.; Feb. 18, 1837
7. LEWIS GARDNER, Pvt.; Feb. 18, 1837
8. JOHN GILBERT, Pvt.; Feb. 18, 1837
9. MICHAEL SLOANE, Pvt.; Feb. 18, 1837
10. ANTHONY HAGIN, Pvt.; Feb. 18, 1837
11. JOSIAH HAGIN, Pvt.; Feb. 18, 1837
12. JAMES M. FLINN, Pvt. Feb. 18, 1837
13. DANIEL HOGAN, Pvt.; Feb. 18, 1837
14. D. N YOUNGBLOOD, Pvt.; Feb. 18, 1837
15. WILLIAM TURNER, Pvt.; Feb. 18, 1837
16. EDWARD TURNER, Pvt.; Feb. 18, 1837
17. JOHN SPARKMAN, Pvt.; Feb. 18, 1837
18. JOHN P. BROWN, Pvt.; Feb. 18, 1837
19. WILLIAM GARDNER, Pvt.; Feb. 18, 1837
20. HARRISON CRONK, Pvt.; Feb. 18, 1837
21. THOMAS GARDNER, Pvt.; Feb. 18, 1837
22. JOHN STRAND, Pvt.; Mar. 1, 1837
23. PETER FARNHAM, Pvt.; Mar. 1, 1837
24. HENRY CHRISTY, Pvt.; Mar. 1, 1837
25. WILLIAM LOFTON, Pvt.; Mar. 1, 1837
26. PHINEAS M. WILDS, Pvt.; Mar. 1, 1837
27. FRANCIS S. HUDNALL, Pvt.; Mar. 1, 1837
28. A. J. HIGGINBOTHAM, Pvt.; Mar. 1, 1837
29. WILLIAM SPARKMAN, Pvt.; Mar. 1, 1837
30. D. N. CONE, Pvt.; Mar. 1, 1837
31. J. HIGGINBOTHAM, Pvt.; Mar. 1, 1837
32. ANTONY PHELINA, Pvt.; Mar. 1, 1837











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33. JOHN PRICE, Pvt.; Mar. 1, 1837
34. ALEXANDER T. BRADDOCK, Pvt.; Mar. 1, 1837

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35. WILLIAM PENNINGTON, Pvt.; Mar. 1, 1837
36. CHARLES F. BUGG, Pvt.; Mar. 1, 1837
37. JOHN GOODELL, Pvt.; Mar. 1, 1837
38. ALEXANDER GOYAUCH, Pvt.; Feb. 18, 1837
39. HENRY HARTLEY, Pvt.; Mar. 1, 1837
40. JOSEPH GRAVES, Pvt.; Mar. 1, 1837
41. THOMAS HAGIN, Pvt.; Feb. 18, 1837
42. WILLOUGHBY TUCKER, Pvt.; Mar. 8, 1837
43. R. T. KEATING, Pvt.; Mar. 10, 1837
44. DAVID MCKEE, Pvt.; Feb. 18, 1837
45. JOHN SHELDON, Pvt.; Feb. 18, 1837
46. JOHN (name John marked off and the name of GEO. BRADDOCK
was inserted; Pvt.; Mar. 1, 1837
47. WILLIAM WILKIE, Pvt.; Mar. 10, 1837
48. JAMES THOMSON, Pvt.; Mar. 10, 1837
49. GEORGE TURNER, Pvt.; Mar. 10, 1837
50. ROBERT TURNER, Pvt.; Mar. 10, 1837
51. LUTHER TYSON, Pvt.; Mar. 10, 1837
52. LEWIS THOMAS, Pvt.; Mar. 10, 1837
53. WILLIAM DAWSON, Pvt.; Mar. 10, 1837
54. JOSEPH ANDREWS, Pvt.; Mar. 10, 1837

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
MOSES CURRY'S Company of Mounted Volunteers Florida Militia for the per-
iod herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each of-.
ficer and soldier, are accurate and just.
MOSES CURRY, Capt.
Commanding the company
Date: March 10, 1837
Station: St. Augustine

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and
that I have this 10th day of March 1837 mustered and minutely inspected
the above company of Florida Volunteers*
*The company presented itself by detachment as the several terms stated
on the face and were so mustered by special order of Gen'l. HERNANDES H. B.

HARVEY MOORE, Capt.H.A.
Inspector and Mustering Officer
Rec'd. April 1, 1837










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Muster Roll of Capt. MOSES CURRY'S Company of Mounted Volunteers of Florida
Militia ordered into service of the United States by Requisition of Brig.
Gen'l. HERNANDEZ, from the Eighteenth day of February 1837 to serve for six
months unless sooner discharged This day mustered out of service.

Note: This muster roll has columns showing name, rank, date of enrollment
which will be shown after each, name; where enrolled was St. Augustine by
Capt. H. BROWN for 6 mos.; number of miles to rendezvous which will be
shown after each name; number of miles from place of discharge home will
be shown after each name and remarks.All men enrolled at St. Augustine.

1. CURRY, MOSES, Capt., Feb. 18, 1837; 55 miles; 55 miles
2. BROER, JOHN T., 1st Lt.; Feb. 18, 1837; 35 miles; 35 miles

1. BOWDEN, JNO. M. J., 1st Sergt.; Feb. 18, 1837; 35 miles; 35 miles
2. HOGAN, REUBEN, 2nd Sergt.; Feb. 18, 1837; 60 miles, 60 miles
3. HAMILTON, JOHN L., 3rd Sergt.; Feb. 18, 1837; 35 miles, 35 miles
4. SUMMERAL, JOHN A., 4th Sergt.; Feb. 18, 1837; 35 miles, 35 miles

1. HAGAN, WILLIAM, 1st Corp'l.; Mar. 1, 1837; 35 miles, 35 miles
2. IVES, W. M., 2nd Corp'l.; MAR. L, L*#&; 35 miles, 35 miles; absent,
sick
3. SUMMERALL, JOS. E., 3rd Corp'l.; Mar. 10, 1837; 35 miles, 35 miles;
screw driver and wiper missing
4. PLUMMER, JAMES, 4th Corp'l.; Mar. 8, 1837; 35 miles, 35 miles

1. COHEN, JOHN, Musician; Feb. 18, 1837; 40 miles, 40 miles
2. COHEN, HENRY, Musician; Feb. 18, 1837; 40 miles, 40 miles

PRIVATES

1. ANDREWS, JOSEPH; Mar. 10, 1837; 40 miles, 40 miles; screw driver
and wiper missing
2. BOWDEN, JOHN M.: Feb. 18, 1837; 35 miles, 35 miles
3. BOWDEN, URIAH, Feb. 18, 1837; 35 miles, 35 miles
4. BROWN, JOHN P., Feb. 18, 1837
5. BRADDOCK, ALEX'R.; Mar. 1, 1837; 80 miles, 80 miles; sick, absent
6. BUGG, CHARLES F., Mar. 1, 1837; 35 miles, 35 miles
7. CRONK, HARRISON, Feb. 18, 1837
8. CHRISTY, HENRY, Mar. 1, 1837; 60 miles, 60 miles
9. CONE, DANIEL N., Mar. 1, 1837; 90 miles, 90 miles; sick, absent
10. DAWSON, WILLIAM, Mar. 10, 1837; 60 miles, 60 miles; flask, pouch,
screw driver & wiper lost
11. FLINN, JAMES, Feb. 18, 1837; 60 miles, 60 miles
12. FARNHAM, PETER, Mar. 1, 1837; 35 miles, 35 miles; died May 25,
1837
13. GARDNER, LEWIS, Feb. 18, 1837; 35 miles, 35 miles; sick, absent
14. GILBERT, JOHN, Feb. 18, 1837; 35 miles, 35 miles
15. GARDNER, WILLIAM, Feb. 18, 1837; 35 miles, 35 miles; sick, absent
16. GARDNER, THOMAS, Feb. 18, 1837; 35 miles, 35 miles; sick, absent
17. GOODELL, JOHN, Mar. 1, 1837; 35 miles, 35 miles; sick, absent










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18. GOYAUCH, ALES'R., Feb. 18, 1837; 35 miles, 35 miles
19. GRAVES, JOSEPH, Mar. 1, 1837; 35 miles, 35 miles
20. HAGAN, ANTHONY, Feb. 18, 1837; 35 miles, 35 miles
21. HAGAN, JOSIAH, Feb. 18, 1837; 35 miles, 35 miles
22. HOGAN, DANIEL, Feb. 18, 1837; 60 miles, 60 miles
23. HUDNALL, FRANCIS, SR., Mar. 1, 1837; 40 miles, 40 miles
24. HIGGINBOTHAM, A. J., Mar. 1, 1837; 60 miles, 60 miles
25. HIGGINBOTHAM, J. H., Mar. 1, 1837; 60 miles, 60 miles; screw
driver lost
26. HARTLEY, HENRY, Mar. 1, 1837; 35 miles, 35 miles; sick, absent
27. HAGAN, THOMAS, Feb. 18, 1837; 35 miles, 35 miles-
28. KEATING, R. T., Mar. 10, 1837; 35 miles, 35 miles
29. LOFTON, WILLIAM, Mar 1, 1837; 35 miles, 35 miles; sick, absent
30. MCKEE, DAVID, Feb. 18, 1837; 60 miles, 60 miles; died May 23, 1837
31. MARSHALL, GEORGE, Mar. 1, 1837; 35 miles, 35 miles
32. PETTY, ELIJAH, Mar. 1, 1837; 35 miles, 35 miles
33. PHILINA, ANTHONY, Mar. 1, 1837; 60 miles, 60 miles
34. PRICE, JAMES, Mar. 1, 1837; 60 miles, 60 miles
35. PENNINGTON, WILLIAM, Mar. 1, 1837; 60 miles, 60 miles; screw
driver and wiper lost
36. REED, CALVIN, Feb. 18, 1837; 35 miles, 35 miles
37. SLOANE, MICHAEL, Feb. 18, 1837; 35 miles, 35 miles
38. SPARKMAN, JOHN, Feb. 18, 1837; 35 miles, blank miles; died
March 28, 1837
39. STRAN, JOHN, Mar. 1, 1837; 60 miles, 60 miles; sick, absent
40. SPARKMAN, WILLIAM, Mar. 1, 1837; 60 miles, 60 miles; flask, pouch,
screw driver and wiper lost
41. SHELDON, JOHN D., Feb. 18, 1837; 35 miles, 35 miles
42. TURNER, WILLIAM, Feb. 18, 1837; 60 miles, 60 miles; wiper missing
43. TURNER, EDWARD, Feb. 18, 1837; 60 miles, 60 miles
44. TUCKER, WILLOUGHBY, Mar. 8, 1837; 60 miles, 60 miles; sick, absent
45. THOMPSON, JAMES, Mar. 10, 1837; 60 miles, 60 miles; screw driver
and wiper missing
46. TURNER, GEORGE, Mar. 10, 1837; 60 miles, 60 miles
47. TURNER, ROBERT, Mar. 10, 1837; 60 miles, 60 miles -
48. TYSON, LUTHER, Mar. 10, 1837; 60 miles, 60 miles; sick, absent;
screw driver and wiper lost.

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49. THOMAS, LEWIS, Mar. 10, 1837; 90 miles, 90 miles; flask, pouch,
screw driver and wiper lost
50. PILES, P. M., Mar.l, 1837; 80 miles, 80 miles; sick, absent
51. WILKIE, WILLIAM, Mar. 10, 1837; 80 miles, 80 miles; elected 2nd
Lt. April 3, 1837. Rec'd. 1 ration per day and all the forage
52. YOUNGBLOOD, D. N., Feb. 18, 1837; 60 miles, 60 miles; absent, sick

RECORD OF EVENTS
Mustered into the service of the United States by Requisition of Brig. Gen-
eral HERNANDEZ with the express understanding that the company should enjoy
the rights and privileges of the act authorizing the President to receive
Ten Thousand Volunteers.
MOSES CURRY, Capt., Commanding
Mandarin Volunteers F. Militia









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I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
MOSES CURRY'S company of Florida Militia 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 partic-
ular, the true state of the company

Date: 30th May 1837 MOSES CURRY, Capt.
Station: Mandarin, E. Flor. Commanding the Company

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and
that I have this Thirtieth day of May 1837 mustered and minutely inspect-
ed the above names company of Florida Militia.

G. S. DRANE,Capt. 2nd Arty.
Inspector and Mustering Officer

Page 54

Muster Roll of Capt. MOSES CURRY'S Company of the 2nd Regiment, Brigade
of Flor. Mounted Militia commanded by Col. F. L. DANCY ordered into ser-
vice of the United States by Secretary of War from the Twentieth day of
March 1841 to the Twentieth day of June 1841.

Note: This Muster Roll shows the names of each Officer and soldier; date
of Arrival was March 20, 1841; mustered same day by Maj. S. CHURCHILL for
3 months and it was 12 miles to the place of rendezvous; for period of 3 mos.

1. JOHN CURRY, Capt. 1. MALCOLM GALBREATH, Corp'l.
2. G. TYNER, 1st Lt. 2. JAMES DINNSON, Corp'l.
3. G. W. RAWLS, 2nd Lt. 3. DAVID C. CASH, Corp'l.
1. THOMAS COLDRING, 1st Sergt. 4. ANDREW A. CRUM. Corp'l.
2. JAMES GIBBONS, Sergt. 1. GADSDEN DANIELS, Bugler
3. NELSON R. HALL, Sergt. 2. LAWTON CURRY, Bugler
4. HENRY JACKSON, Sergt.

PRIVATES

1. ANDREWS, WILLIAM 15. DANIELS, ABRAHAM
2. BLOCKER, STEPHEN 16. DANIELS, WILLIAM
3. BROOKS, ASHLY 17. DANIELS, WILLIAM, JR.
4. BIVEN, JAMES 18. EATON, JOSEPH
5. BAKER, STEPHEN 19. FILLMAN, JOHN E.
6. BARBER, CORNELIUS 20. GANT, A.
7. BRANCH, JOHN 21. GALIGER, JOHN
8. BRANCH, LITTLE B. 22. GIBBONS, JAMES
9. BUTLER, WILLIAM 23. GRISLEY, JOHN
10. CARLILE, JESSEE 24. GEIGER, ENOCH
11. CASON, JAMES 25. HALL, JAMES
12. CASTILLO, JOHN 26. HARRIL, JOHN W.
13. CURRY, WILLIAM 27. HARRIL, G. A.
14. DANIELS, WILEY 28. HARRIL, CHARLES










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29. HARRIL, JAMES 46. MCDONALD, J. F.
30. HILL, CHESSLAW 47. MCINTOSH, JOSEPH
31. HODGE, ROBERT 48. PHILLAY, HERRELD
32. HOPE, WILLIAM 49. PENDELSON, WILLIAM
33. HARVILLE, BERRION 50. SECKINGER, J.
34. HEARN, HENRY 51. STANLEY, JOHN R.
35. HARVILLE, JOHN 52. SYLVESTER, AUGUSTIN
36. JOHNSON, J. 53. TURNER,'-JAMES
37. JOHNSON, HOSSEN 54. TURNER, WILLIAM
38. JOHNSON, KINDRED 55. turner, edward
39. JOHNSON, SIMPSON 56. TYNER, CLEMON
40. JOY, ANTHONY 57. TYNER, LEONARD
41. LYON, ANDREW 58. WALKER, JAMES
42. LANIER, JOHN 59. WOOLMAN, JOHN
43. LANIER, ISAAC 60. WOODALL, HIRAM
44. MOONEY, ALFRED 61. YOUNG, JOHN
45. MATTHEWS, FRANCIS 62. ZETTEROWER, ROBERT

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
JOHN CURRY'S company of the Florida Mounted militia for the period herein
mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and sol-
dier, are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation exhibits, in
every particular, the true state of the company.

Date: March 20, 1841
Station: Fort Clarke, E. F.

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and that
I have this Twentieth day of March 1841 mustered and minutely inspected the
above named company of Florida Mounted Militia into the service of the Unit-
ed States for the term of three months.

S. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3rd Art.
Inspector and Mustering Officer
Page 56

Muster Roll of Capt. JOHN CURRY'S company of Col. WARREN'S Regiment of
Mounted Volunteers commanded by JOHN WARREN ordered into service of the
United States by Bat. Brig'r. Gen'l. Z. TAYLOR from the Eighteenth day
of Oct. 1839 to the Eighteenth day of April 1840.

Note: Columns shown on this Muster Roll shows the names, date of arrival,
when mustered, by whom and period of time. Date of arrival is Oct. 1, 1839
and when mustered is Oct. 18, 1839 by G. T. RAINS,-7th Inf..for 6 mos. un-
less otherwise.indicated.

1. JOHN CURRY, Captain
2. JAMES TURNER, 1st Lt.
3. GEORGE RAWLS

1. JASPER J. WILLIS, 1st Sergt. 3. DAVID C. CASH, 3rd Sergt.
2. JOHN W. MOORE, 2nd Lt. 4. MARTIN FLINT, 4th Sergt.











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1. HENRY PENNINGTON, 1st Corp;l. 3. EARNEST B. HOGAN, 3rd Corp'l.
2. WILLIAM DANIELS, 2nd Corp'l. 4. SIMON HODGE, 4th Corp'l.

PRIVATES

1. BARBER, CORNELIUS 19. DAVIS, JAMES
2. BENNER, HENRY 20. DOLIN, JOSEPH
3. BLOCKER, STEPHEN 21. DYKES, GEORGE D.
4. BONNER, HENRY 22. EATON, JOSEPH
5. BRANCH, JOHN 23. FILMAN, JAMES
6. BRANCH, BRITTON 24. FILMAN, JOHN D.
7. BUTLER, WILLIAM, Nov. 1, 1839; 25. FRENCH, NOAH
Nov. 1, 1839; 3 mos. & 18 das. 26. FREYERMUTH, MOSES
8. CARR, JOHN 27. GALLIGER, JOHN
9. CARLISLE, ISAAC 28. HALL, JAMES
10. CRAWFORD, JESSEE 29. HALL, NELSON R.
11. CRUM, ANDREW 30. HADDOCK, JOHN; Nov. 1, 1839
12. CURRY, JOHN, JR. Nov. 1, 1839
13. CURRY, LAUGHTON 31. HARN, JAMES
14. DANIEL, ENOCH 32. HARN, WILLIAM
15. DANIEL, ABRAHAM, Nov. 1, 1839; 33. HARREL, CHARLES D.
Nov. 1, 1839;5 mos. & 18 das. 34. HARREL, JAMES
16. DANIEL, WILLIAM 35. HARREL, JOHN
17. DANIEL, GADSDEN
18. DANIEL, WILEY

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36. HAVERTY, MICHAEL 52. PILES, JAMES, Nov. 1, 1839;
37. HILL, CHESLEY D. Nov. 1, 1839; 5 mos. & 18
38. HOPE, WILLIAM, Nov. 16,1839; days
Nov. 16, 1839;5 mos. & 3 das. 53. PARSONS, SAMUEL, Nov. 1, 1839,
39. IVY, ANTHONY Nov. 1, 1839; 5 mos. & 18
40. JOHNSTON, JOHN J. days
41. JOHNSTON, KINDRED 54. SILVESTER, AUGUSTIN, Nov. 14,
42. JOHNSTON, SIMPSON 1839, Nov. 14, 1839; 5 mos.
43. JOHNSTON, VINCENT & 5 days
44. LANIER, ISAAC 55. STAFFORD, JOHN
45. LANIER, JAMES 56. TAYLOR, THOMAS
46. LANIER, JOHN, Nov. 1,1839, 57. TURNER, EDWARD
Nov. 1, 1839; 5 mos.& 18 das. 58. TURNER, JESSE R.
47. LINDSAY, HENRY, Nov. 15,1839, 59. TURNER, WILLIAM
Nov. 15, 1839'; 5 mos. & 4 60. TURNER, WILLIAM, JR.
days 61. WALKER, JAMES D.
48. MATTHEWS, FRANCIS 62. WALSH, THOMAS
49. MILLS, BENJAMIN, Nov. 1, 1839, 63. WANTON, WILLIAM
Nov. 1, 1839; 5 mos. & 18 das. 64. WANTON, PHILIP
50. MOONEY, ALFRED 65. WHITTMORE, MARTIN
51. PACE, JAMES 66. WILLIAMS, ANDERSON










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67. WOODALL, HIRAM
68. RAWLS, COTTON, Nov. 18, 1839, Nov. 18, 1839; 5 mos.

RECORD OF EVENTS

I certify on honor that I have at Fort Micanopy, E. F. this 18th day of
Oct. 1839 mustered into the service of the United States for the period
of six months unless sooner discharged. Capt. JOHN CURRY'S Company of
Mounted Militia.
G. T. RAINS, Capt. 7th Inf. V.

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
JOHN CURRY'S company of the Flo. Mounted Volunteers for the period herein
mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and sol-
dier, are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation exhibits, in
every particular, the true state of the company.

No signature
Commanding the Company
Date: Mustered in Nov. 18, 1839
Station: Fort Micanopy, E. F.

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and
that I have this blank day of blank mustered and minutely inspected
the above named company.
No signature
Inspector and Mustering Officer
Page 58

Muster Roll of Capt. JOHN CURRY'S Company of 1st Regiment, Brigade of
Florida Mounted Militia commanded by Col. JOHN WARREN, ordered into service
of the United States by Bt. Brig. Gen'l. Z. TAYLOR from the eighteenth day
of October 1839 to the eighteenth day of April 1840 when discharged.

Note: All Officers and Soldiers enrolled on Oct. 18, 1839, were mustered
on Oct. 18, 1839 by Capt. RAINS for 6 mos.; pay due from enrollment; there
were no miles to place of rendezvous, 20 miles from place of discharge home;
and remarks.

1. JOHN CURRY, Capt.; stop for 1 rifle ramrod and lock
2. JAMES TURNER, 1st Lt.
3. GEORGE RAWLS, 2nd Lt.

1. J. J. WILLIS, 1st Sergt.
2. JOHN W. MOON, Sergt.
3. DAVID C. CASH, Sergt.
4. MARTIN FLINT, Sergt.

1. HENRY PENNINGTON, Corp'l. 3. SIMON HODGES, Corp'l.
2. WILLIAM DANIELS, Corp'l. 4. DANIEL B. HOGANS, Corp'l.

1. LINCOLN CURRY, Musician 2. WILLIAM TURNER, Musician









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PRIVATES

1. BRANCH, BRITON 20. EATON, JOSEPH
2. BRANCH, JOHN 21. FRENCH, NOAH
3. BUTLER, WILLIAM, Nov. 1, Nov. 1 22. FILMAN, JAMES
1839 23. FILMAN, JOHN D.
4. BONNER, HENRY 24. FREYMUTH, MOSES, Nov. 1,
5. BENNER, HENRY Nov.l, 1839
6. BLOCKER, STEPHEN 25. GALLAGHER, JOHN
7. BARBER, CORNELIUS 26. HARN, WILLIAM
8. CARLISLE, JESSE 27. HARN, JAMES
9. CRAWFORD, JESSE 28. HARRELL, JAMES H.
10. CURRY, JOHN 2nd 29. HARRELL, CHARLES D.
11. CRUM, ANDREW 30. HARRELL, JOHN
12. DYKES, GEORGE D. 31. HALL, JAMES
13. DOLIN, JOSEPH 32. HALL NELSON R., Nov. 1, Nov. 1,
14. DANIELS, WILLIAM 1839; P. 0. Nov. 3/52
15. DANIELS, WILEY 33. HALL, CHESLEY D.
16. DANIELS, ENOCH 34. HAVERTY, MICHAEL
17. DANIELS, GADSDEN G.
18. DANIELS, ABRAHAM, Nov. 1, Nov.1,
1839
19. DAVIS, JAMES

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35. HOPE, WILLIAM, Nov. 1, 1839; Nov. 1, 1839
36. HANCOCK, JOHN, Nov. 1, 1839; Nov. 1, 1839
37. IVY, ANTHONY; absent with leave from April 16
38. JOHNSON, SIMPSON
39. JOHNSON, VINSON
40. JOHNSON, KINDRED B.
41. JOHNSON, J. J.
42. LANIER, ISAAC
43. LANIER, JAMES
44. LANIER, JOHN, Nov. 1, 1839; Nov. 1., 1839
45. LINSEY, HENRY, Nov. 15, 1839; Nov. 15, 1839
46. MILLS, BENJAMIN, Nov. 1, 1839; Nov. 1, 1839
47. MOONEY, ALFRED
48. MATTHEWS, FRANCIS.
49. PILES, JAMES, Nov. 1, 1839; Nov. 1, 1839; absent with leave from
April 15,
50. PACE, JAMES
51. RAWLS, COLIN, Nov. 18, 1839; Nov. 18, 1839
52. STAFFORD, JOHN
53. SILVESTER, AUGUSTIN, Nov. 14, 1839; Nov. 14, 1839
54. TURNER, EDWARD
55. TURNER, WILLIAM
56. TURNER, JESSE R.
57. TAYLOR, THOMAS
58. WALSH, THOMAS
59. WHITTMORE, MARTIN
60. WALKER, JAMES










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61. WANTON, WILLIAM
62. WANTON, PHILIP, Nov. 1, 1839; Nov. 1, 1839
63. WILLIAMS, ANDERSON
64. WOODALL, HIRAM

DISCHARGED
65. PARSONS, SAMUEL, Nov. 1, 1839; Nov. 1, 1839; discharged by enlist-
ing in 7th Infantry Jan. 12

DEAD

66. CARR, JOHN; died at Fort Crane Dec. 27. due sutler $20.19.
Sutler's name JOHN G. TYNER

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
JOHN CURRY'S company of Flor. Mounted Militia for the period herein men-
tioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and soldier,
are accurate and just, that the recapitulation exhibits, in every particu-
lar, the true state of the company

JOHN CURRY
Date: April 18, 1840 Captain Commanding the Company
Station: Fort Harlee E. F.

I certify on honor that I h ave carefully examined this Muster Roll, and
that I have this 18th day of April 1840 mustered and minutely inspected
the above named company of Flor. Mounted Militia who are hereby honorably
discharged from the service of the United States.

S. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3rd Arty.
Inspector and Mustering Officer

Page 60

Muster Roll of Capt. JOHN CURR'S company of the 2nd Regiment, Brigade of
Flor. Mounted Militia commanded by Col. F. L. DANCY ordered into service
of the United States by the Secretary of War from the Twentieth day of
March 1841 to the Twentieth day of April 1841 when discharged.

Note: All officers and soldiers are shown by name, rank date of arrival,
when mustered, by whom, period; pay due miles to place of rendezvous,
The men arrived and were mustered the same day March 20, 1841 by Maj. S.
CHURCHILL for 3 mos.; pay due from enrollment, 12 miles to rendezvous and
12 miles from place of discharge home, unless otherwise stated and remarks.

1. JOHN CURRY, Captain; has kept in service a private servant and
two horses. Absent without leave
2. G. TYNER, 1st Lt.; has kept in service a private servant and two
horses
3. G. W. RAWLS, 2nd Lt.; 16 miles from place of discharge home; has
kept in service a private servant and two horses











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1. THOMAS GOLDEN, 1st Sergt..
2. JAMES GIBBONS, Sergt.; no pay; 16 miles from place of discharge
home; was not present at muster of March 20 as I now leave and
can't read by SEABORN GARRASON as the letter admits with
knowledge of the Capt.
3. NELSON R. HALL, Sergt.; 16 miles from place of discharge home
4. HENRY JACKSON, Sergt.; 16 miles from place of discharge home;
supposed to be at Micanopy by order of the Capt.
1. MALCOLM GALBRAITH, Corp'l.; 16 miles from place of discharge
home; supposed to be at Wacahoota by order of Capt.
2. JAMES LANIER, Corp'l.; 16 miles from place of discharge home;
supposed to be at Fort Tarver by order of Capt.
3. DAVID C. CASH, Corp'l.
4. ANDREW A. CRUM; Corp'l.; no miles from place of discharge home
1. GADSDEN DANIELS, Bugler; no miles from place of discharge home;
supposed to be at Wacahoota order of Capt.
2. CAWTER CURRY, Bugler; no miles from place of discharge home

1. ANDREWS, Pvt.; 16 miles from place of discharge home
2. BLOCKER, STEPHEN, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home;
supposed to be at Wacahoota order of Capt.
3. BROOKS, ASHLEY, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; sup-
posed to be at Wacahoota order of Capt.
4. BIVAN, JAMES, Pvt.; no miles to rendezvous, no miles from place of
discharge home; supposed to be at Micanopy order of Capt.
5. BAKER, STEPHEN, no miles to rendezvous, no miles from place of dis-
charge home; supposed to be at Fort Crane; Pvt.
6. BARBER, CORNELIUS, Pvt., 16 miles from place of discharge home
7. BRANCH, JOHN, Pvt., no miles from place of discharge home; supposed
to be at Fort Walker order of Capt.
8. BRANCH, LITTLE B., Pvt.; no miles from place of rendezvous home;
supposed to be Fort Walker
9. BUTLER, WILLIAM, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; sup-
posed to be at Fort Walker
10. CARLILE, JESSE, Pvt.
11. CARVER, JAMES, Pvt.
12. CASTILLO, JOHN, Pvt.; 16 miles from place of discharge home; sup-
posed to be at Fort Tarver order of Capt.
13. CURRY, WILLIAM, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; sup-
posed to be at Fort Tarver order of Capt.
14. DANIELS, WILEY, Pvt.; 16 miles from place of discharge home
15. DANIELS, ABRAM, Pvt.; 16 miles from place of discharge home
16. DANIELS, WILLIAM, Pvt.; 16 miles from place of discharge home
17. DANIELS, WILLIAM, JR., Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home;
supposed to be at Fort Crane
18. EATON, JOSEPH, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; supposed
to be at Wacahoota order of Capt.
19. FILLMAN, JOHN E., Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; sup-
posed to be at Fort Crane by order of Capt.
20. GANT, A., Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; supposed to
be at Micanopy order of Capt.










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21. GALIGER, JOHN, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; sup-
posed to be at Micanopy
22. GIBBONS, JAMES, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; was
not present at muster of March 20 have not ascertained who
answers to this name. S. CHURCHILL
23. GRISBY, JOHN, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; sup-
posed to be at Fort Tarver order of Capt.
24. GEIGER, ENOCH, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home
25. HALL, JAMES, Pvt.; 16 miles from place of discharge home
26. HARRELL, JOHN W., Pvt.; 16 miles from place of discharge home
27. HARRELL, G. A., Pvt.; no miles to rendezvous, 16 miles from place
of discharge home; supposed to be at Fort Crane by order of Capt.
28. HARRELL, CHARLES, Pvt.; no miles to rendezvous, no miles from place
of discharge home; supposed to be at Fort Crane by order of Capt.
29. HARRELL, JAMES, Pvt.; no miles to rendezvous, no miles from place
of discharge home; supposed to be at Fort Crane by order of Capt.

Page 61

30. HILL, CHESLEY, Pvt.; 16 miles from place of discharge home
31. HODGE, ROBERT, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; sup-
posed .t be at.Fort. Crane order of Capt.
32. HOPE, WILLIAM, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home
33. HARVILLE, BERRIEN, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home
34. HARVILLE, JOHN, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; sup-
posed to be at Fort Crane order of Capt.
35. HEAN, HENRY, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home
36. JOHNSON, J. P., Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; sup-
posed to be at Wacahoota order of Capt.
37. JOHNSON, HOSKEN, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; sup-
posed to be at Wacahoota order of Capt.
38. JOHNSON, KINDRED, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home;
supposed to be at Wacahoota order of Capt.
39. JOHNSON, SIMPSON, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home;
supposed to be at Wacahoota order of Capt.
40. IVY, ANTHONY, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; supposed
to be at Wacahoota order of Capt.
41. LYON, ANDREW J., Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; sup-
posed to be at Wacahoota order of Capt.
42. LANIER, JOHN, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; supposed
to be at Fort Crane order of Capt.
43. LANIER, ISAAC, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; supposed
to be at Fort Crane
44. MOONEY, ALFRED, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; sup-
posed to be at Micanopy order of Capt.
45. MATHEWS, FRANCIS, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; sup-
posed to be at Fort Crane
46. MCDONALD, J. F., Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; absent,
whereabouts unknown
47. MCINTOSH, JOHN M., Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; sup-
posed to be at Wacahoota order of Capt.
48. PHILLIPS, HARRELD, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; sup-
posed to be at Fort Tarver order of Capt.









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49. HENDERSON, WILLIAM, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home;
supposed to be at Fort Tarver order of Capt.
50. SECKINGER, J., Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; sup-
posed to be at Wacahoota order of Capt.
51. STANLEY, JOHN R., Pvt.; 10 niles from place of discharge home
52. SYLVESTER, AUGUSTIN, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home;
supposed to be at Fort Tarver order of Capt.
53. TURNER, JAMES, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; sup-
posed to be at Fort Tarver order of Capt.
54. TURNER, WILLIAM, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; sup-
posed to be at Fort Walker order of Capt.
55. TURNER, EDWARD, Pvt.; 12 miles from place of discharge home
56. TYNER, CHARLES, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; sup-
posed to be at Fort Tarver order of Capt.
57. TYNER, LEONARD, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; sup-
posed to be at Fort Tarver order of Capt.
58. WALKER, JAMES, Pvt.; 10 miles from place of discharge home
59. WOOLMAN, JOHN, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; sup-
posed to be at Fort Tarver order of Capt.
60. WOODALL, HIRAM, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; sup-
posed to be at Micanopy order of Capt.
61. YOUNG, JOHN, Pvt.; no miles from place of discharge home; supposed
to be at Micanopy order of Capt.
62. ZETTEROWER, ROBERT, Pvt.; 16 miles from place of discharge home

RECORD OF EVENTS

I wrote a letter ro Capt. CURRY on the 5th April which he rec'd on the
morning of the 6th directing him to assemble his company at Ft. Clarke for
muster and discharge at 10 A. M. of Ap'l. He has ample time to notify all
his men on the 6th and his men would have arrived Fort Clarke from their
various stations or residences all within 16 miles by the hour appointed
as I have made 13 miles and arrived there at 9. At 1 o'clock I rec'd a
message from Capt. CURRY at Wacahoota 15 miles distant by Capt. PHILIP
DELL "that he should not attend the muster nor require his company to at-
tend. I remained at Fort Clarke till 4 o'clock P. M. and mustered those
present.
S. CHURCHILL
Note: Sergt. GIBBON and Privt. GIBBON no embraced in this recapitulation.

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the state of Capt. JOHN
CURRY'S Company of the Florida Mounted Militia for the period herein men-
tioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and soldier,
are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation exhibits, in every par-
ticular, the true state of the company.

152 Maj. S. CHURCHILL dated Ge TINER, 1st Leiut.
26th April and rec'd. May 10, Commanding the Company
1841

Date: April 7th 1841
Station: Fort Clarke, E. F.









Page 61 (cont'd)

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and
that I have this 7th day of April 1841 mustered and minutely inspected
the above named company of Flor. Mounted Militia who are hereby discharged
from the service of the United States.

S. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3rd Art.
Inspector and Mustering Officer

Page 62

Muster Roll of Capt. STEPHEN DANIELS' Company of the Third Regiment, First
Brigade of Florida Militia, commanded by Col. S. BROWN ordered into service
of the United States by R. K. CALL, Gov. of Florida from the 6th day of May
to the 6th day of June 1837.

The Officers and Soldiers were shown by name, rank, when enrolled, where,
by whom, periodnumber of miles to rendezvous, number of miles from place
of discharge home and remarks. All men enrolled May 6, 1837 at Marianna
by Col. S. BROWN for 30 days; 20 miles to rendezvous, 25 miles from place
of discharge home. The miles for STEPEHN DANIELS were crossed out.

1. STEPHEN DANIELS, Capt.; to be paid as Leiut.
2. CHARLES HOWARD, 1st Lt.; to be paid as 2nd Lt.
3. B. B. HATHAWAY, 2nd Lt.; absent with leave, to be paid as Sert.
4. SAMUEL OSWALD, 1st Sergt.; absent with leave, to be paid as Sergt.
5. JAMES MCMILLAN, 2nd Sergt.; absent with leave, to be paid as Sergt.

* The balance of the men on this muster roll were not numbered.

JOHN MCCASKELL, 3rd Sergt., absent with leave; to be paid as Corp'l.
JAMES VICKERY, 1st Corp'l.; absent with leave; to be paid as Corp'l.
SAMUEL MORELAND, 2nd Corp'l.; absent with leave, to be paid as Corp'l.
BARNWELL, O'NEAL, 3rd Corp'l. (line has been drawn through names and
information

PRIVATES

BALLENTINE, WILLOUGHBY; absent with leave
BLANCHARD, JOSEPH, absent with leave
BROOM, PATRICK: died 1st June 1837
BROOM, PATRON; absent with leave
CARLISLE, JOHN; absent with leave
COWART, JAMES; absent with leave
COBB, COLUMBUS C.; absent with leave
CAMERFORD, PHILIP; absent with leave
DUNFORD, THOMAS; absent with leave; died 17 June 1837
EVANS, JAMES; absent with leave
FUQUAY, STARLING; absent with leave
GOLSHEAR, JOSEPH; absent with leave
HEART, JESSE; absent with leave
HEART, WILLIAM; absent with leave
HOWARD, W. G.; absent with leave
JARVIS, JESSE; absent with leave
LESTER, JESSE; absent with leave; died 18 May 1837









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LEWIS, FEDERICK; died 18 May 1837
MARTIN, ORRIN; died 18 May 1837
MCKAY, JOHN; died 18 May 1837
O'NEAL, BARNWELL; died 18 May 1837
PAGE, DAVID; died 18 May 1837
PITTS, JESSE; died 18 May 1837
PITTS, ISAAC; died 18 May 1837
RILEY, A. S.; died 18 May 1837
REGISTER, EZEKIEL J.; died 18 May 1837
REGISTER, JOSEPH A.; died 18 May 1837
SESSIONS, JOSEPH A.; died 18 May 1837

Page 63

SMITH, TIMOTHY T.; absent with leave
STEPHENS, MILLER; absent with leave
WHICHARD, HENRY H.; absent with leave
WHITEHURST, ASA; absent with leave
WHITFIELD, R. P.; absent with leave

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
STEPHEN DANIELS' Company Florida Militia for the period herein mentioned;
that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and soldier, are
accurate and just.
Leiut. STEPHEN DANIELS
Date: 1st March 1838 Commanding the Detachment
Station: Marianna

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and
that I have this 18th day of March 1838 mustered the above named company
of Florida Militia.
D. H. VINTON, Asst. Qrmr.
Inspector and Mustering Officer
Page 64

Muster Roll of Lieut. ENOCH DANIELS; Detachment of Mounted Florida Volun-
teers attached to Capt ASA A. STEWART'S Company No. 2 of Special Battalion
Florida Volunteers commanded by Col. M. WHIT SMITH which detachment was in
service from the 30th day "of May to the 20th day of July 1856.

All officers and Soldiers were mustered May 30 by Col. M. WHIT SMITH for
six months unless sooner discharged at Live Oak Key.

1. ENOCH DANIELS, Lieut.
2. SAMUEL WORTHINGTON, Pvt.
3. SAMUEL COWDEN, Pvt.
4. ROBERT WATERSON, Pvt.
5. STEPHEN HOGANS, Pvt.
6. AARON SMITH, Pvt.
7. BRYAN SMITH, Pvt.
8. HAMILTON SMITH
9. JOSEPH WILKINSON, Pvt.
10. ALFRED MOONEY, Pvt.








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11. JASPER NEWSOM, Pvt. 26. L. (S.?)WALKER, Pvt.
12 SANDERS NOBLES, Pvt. 27. WILLIAM A. HILL, Pvt.
13. JAMES STARLING, Pvt. 28. W. P. SMITH, Pvt.
14. JEREMIAH BROWN, Pvt. 29. SAMUEL HUDSON, SR., Pvt.
15. WILLIAM GORE, Pvt. 30. HAMILTON HUDSON, Pvt.
16. SAMUEL HUDSON, JR., Pvt. 31. GARRET HUDSON, Pvt.
17. GRANVILLE WORTHINGTON, Pvt. 32. HUGH NORRISON, Pvt.
18. E. D. HOGANS, Pvt. 33. ISAAC OSTEIN, Pvt.
19. JOSEPH HOGANS, Pvt. 34. JAS. H. KIRKLAND, Pvt.
20. JAMES H. SMITH, Pvt. 35. JAMES HUDSON, Pvt.
21. LOUIS WILKINSON, Pvt. 36. WILLIAM F. SMITH, Pvt.
22. FRANCIS STAPLETON, Pvt. 37. JOHN R. HATCHER, Pvt.
23. JAMES W. DANIELS, Pvt. 38. LOUIS DANIELS, Pvt.
24. JAMES G. DANIELS, Pvt. 39. WILLIS WILKINSON, Pvt.
25. L. A. WALKER, Pvt. 40. BENJAMIN LANE, Pvt.

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of my
detachment of Mounted Volunteers attached to Capt. ASA A. STEWART'S
company No. 2 of troops on special duty in service of the State of Florida
under command of Col. M. WHIT SMITH from 30th of May to 20th of July 1856
and that the remarks set opposite the names of officers and men, are ac-
curate and just.
his
Stat of Florida ENOCH X DANIELS Lt. Commanding
County of Levy mark

I certify that on this 30th day of December 1856 ENOCH DANIELS signed the
above certificate in my presence by making his mark thereto he not being
able to write his name.
LEVI WRIGHT, Justice of the Peace (LS)

I certify that the foregoing Muster Roll is correct.

ENOCH DANIELS

I certify that ENOCH DANIELS was by me received for R. N. JEFFREYS and
mustered into the service of the State of Florida, with a Lieutenant's
commanding, and that the foregoing muster roll exhibits the names of the
men presented by him and inspected and and received into said service by
me on the 30th day of May 1856 and the same were actually in the service
until the 20th day of July 1856 and were on that day discharged and I
further certify that it comes within my knowledge that said ENOCH DANIELS
cannot read.
M. WHIT. SMITH
Commanding Spl. Batn,., Fla. Voltrs.
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Muster Roll of Capt. JAMES DELL'S company pf the 4th Regiment, 2nd Brigade
of Florida Militia, commanded by Col. WARREN ordered into service of the
United States by Brig. Gen'l. HERNANDEZfrom the 20th day of Nov. 1835 to
the 5th day of March 1836.









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Columns used in this muster roll were name, rank, when enrolled, period,
miles to rendezvous, miles from place of discharge home, and remarks.
All officers and soldiers enrolled Nov. 20, 1835 for 3 months and 16 days,
and it was 106 miles to rendezvous and 106 miles from place of discharge
home.

1. JAMES DELL, Capt.; mounted, drew neither subsistence nor forage
2. JOHN PRICE, 1st. Lt.; mounted, drew neither subsistence nor for-
age
3. JESSE BUSH, 2nd Lt.; mounted, drew neither subsistence nor forage
4. SESS WILSON, 3rd Lt.; mounted, drew neither subsistence nor forage
1. JOHN L. DOGGETT, 1st Sergt.
2. MARTIN EUNES, Sergt., mounted
3. WILLIAM CARTER, mounted
4. CORNELIUS WEST, Sergt.; mounted
1. JOHN BELL, Corp'l.; no mounted
2. ELIJAH HIGGINBOTHAM, Corp'l.; mounted
3. JOSEPH MORRIS, Corp'l.; mounted
4. CHARLES E. FLINN, Corp'l.; mounted

PRIVATES

1. SOLOMON HUFFINHAM; mounted 15. FREDERICK HARTLEY; mounted
2. SAMUEL EIGLE; mounted 16. NATHANIEL HARTLEY; mounted
3. SAMUEL ROBERTS; mounted 17. HENRY HARTLEY; mounted
4. ANTHONY BUCKLES; mounted 18. JOHN ROBERTS; mounted
5. JAMES GILLEN; mounted 19. JOHN HUFFINGHAM; mounted
6. JAMES B. ROBERTS; mounted 20. HENRY PAGET; mounted
7. JESSE TURNER; mounted 21. JACOB GOFF; mounted
8. JOHN WORLEY; mounted 22. GREEN BUSH; mounted
9. SEYMORE PICKETT; mounted 23. JOHN HOUSTON; mounted
10. JOHN BROWARD; mounted 24. SAMUEL KINGSLEY; mounted
11. SAMUEL BLAIR; mounted 25. FRANCIS RICHARDS, SEN.
12. CHARLES BROWARD; mounted 26. A. D. WOOD; mounted
13. JOSHUA A. COFFEE; mounted 27. JOHN EUNIS; mounted
14. JON M. BOWDEN; mounted 28. DAVID TURNER; mounted

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I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
JAMES DELL'S company of the Florida Militia for the period herein men-
tioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and soldier,
are accurate and just and that the names were turned in.

Date: 11 Aug. 1836 JOHN PRICE, lieut.
Station: Jacksonville Commanding the Company

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and
that I have this llth day of Augt. 1836 mustered the above named company
of Militia.

R. M. KIRBY,Maj. in U. S. Army
Inspector and Mustering Officer










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Muster Roll of Capt. JAMES DELL'S company of the 1st Regiment 2nd Brigade
Fla. Militia commanded by Col. JOHN WARREN and ordered into service of the
United States by Recalling Gov. R. K. CALL from the 23rd day of October
to the 22nd day of February 1836.

Note: Columns used in this muster roll are name, rank, when enrolled;
where, by whom; period; and remarks. All officers and soldiers enrolled
Oct. 23, 1836 at Jacksonville E. F. by Lt. Col. MILLS for 4 months.
Traveling miles will be shown after each man as will remarks.

1. JAMES DELL, Capt.; Jacksonville; 1 servant, 2 horses (sorrel)
mounted whole period
1. GABRIEL PRIEST, 1st Lt.; Jacksonville E. F.; 1 servant, 2 horses
(sorrel and bay), mounted whole period
2. M. K. PINCKSTON, 2nd Lt.; Jacksonville E. F.; 1 servant, 2 horses
(bay and dark bay), mounted whole period
3. R. WATERMAN, 3rd Lt.; Jacksonville E. F.; 1 servant, 2 horses (bay)
mounted whole period. Lt. WATERMAN is mustered as Pvt. and his
case deferred to the War Dept. for Decision whether the rank be
allowed; 92 days of forage drew in kind. Promoted from Orderly-
Segt. to 3rd Lt. from 5th Decr. 1836
1. JOHN L. THIGPEN, Orderly Sergt.; Jacksonville E. F.; 15 miles to
rendezvous; 15 miles from place of discharge home; mounted whole
period on sorrel horse, promoted from private to orderly sergt.
from 5th Decr. 1836
2. BENJAMIN MAYO, 2nd Sergt.; near rendezvous; near place of discharge
home; mounted whole period on bay horse
3. SOLOMON WARREN, 4th Sergt.; near rendezvous; near place of discharge
home; mounted whole period on bay horse
4. THOMAS G. RAWLS, 4th Sergt.; 25 miles to rendezvous; 25 miles from
place of discharge home; mounted whole period on sorrel horse
1. WILLIAM THOMAS, 1st Corp'l.; near rendezvous, near place of discharge
home; mounted whole period on sorrel horse
2. MOSES FREMONT, 2nd Corp'l.; near rendezvous, near place of discharge
home; mounted whole period on sorrel horse
3. WILLIAM HOGANS, 3re Corp'l.; near rendezvous, near place of dis-
charge home; mounted whole period on sorrel horse
4. RICHARD RIDAUGHT, 4th Corp'l.; near rendezvous, near place of dis-
charge home; mounted whole period on bay horse
1. BRISTOW ALDRICH, Musician; 3 mos. 26 days; 12 miles to rendezvous;
12 miles from place of discharge home; mounted whole period on
Mr. PINCKSTON'S dark bay horse from 28th Oct. 1836 to 22nd Feby.
1837.
2. ROBERT CREIGHTON, Musician; 3 mos. 26 days; 15 miles to rendezvous,
15 miles from place of discharge home; mounted whole period on
Mr. PINCKSTON'S black gre horse from 28th Oct. 1836 to 22nd Feby.
1837

PRIVATES

1. BLEACH, JOHN G., Oct. 23, 1836; 4 mos.; near rendezvous, near home
from place of discharge; mounted whole period on bay horse









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2. BUCKLES, ANTONY; 8 miles to rendezvous, 8 miles from place of dis-
charge home; mounted can't read on bay horse
3. BLANCHARD, A. D.; near rendezvous, near place of discharge home;
mounted whole period on bay horse
4. BLANCHARD, H. R., enrolled Dec. 2, 1836 for 1 mo. and 25 days near
rendezvous, near place of discharge home; mounted whole period
on brown horse
5. BRODAWAY, WM. A. G., Dec. 3, 1836 for 2 mos. and 25 days; near ren-
dezvous, near place of discharge home; mounted whole period on
white gray horse of JOHN J. BLEACH
6. BISBEE, CHESTER, Dec. 3, 1836 for 2 mos., 20 days near rendezvous,
near place of discharge home; mounted whole period on sorrel horse
7. BETHUNE, F., Dec. 3, 1836 for 2 mos., 20 days; 8 miles to rendezvous,
8 miles from place of discharge home; absent 12 days from 20th Dec.
1836 to 1st Jany. 1837. Mounted the remainder of the term and
sorrel horse
8. CRUM, ANDREW, near rendezvous, near place of discharge home; mounted
whole period on bay horse
9. CRUM, JOHN near rendezvous, near home from place of discharge; mount-
ed whole period on bay horse
10. CRUM, DAVID D.; near rendezvous, near home from place of discharge;
mounted whole period on black horse
11. CARTER, ELISHA, Dec. 3, 1836 for 2 mos., 20 days near recdezvous,
near home from place of discharge; mounted whole period on sorrel
horse
12. COLDING, JAMES W., Dec. 3, 1836 for 2 mos., 20 days near rendezvous,
near home from place of discharge; mounted whole period on sorrel
horse
13. COLSON, ABRAHAM, Dec. 3, 1836 for 2 mos., 20 days; near rendezvous,
near home from place of discharge; mounted whole period on sorrel
horse
14. CURRY, JOHN, Dec. 15, 1836 for 2 mos., 8 days near 8 miles to rendez-
vous, near 8 miles from home to place of discharge; mounted whole
period on roan mare
15. CONE, JAMES D., Jany. 5, 1837 for 1 mo., 18 days near rendezvous,
near home from place of discharge; mounted whole period on sorrel
horse
16. COLDING, THOMAS D.; near rendezvous, near home from place of dis-.
charge; mounted whole period on bay horse
17. DELL, WILLIAM T.; near rendezvous, near home from place of dis-
charge; mounted whole period on sorrel horse
18. DOGGETT, JOHN L. near rendezvous, near home from place of discharge;
on furlough for 12 days from 10th Jany, 1837 to 22nd Jany. Mounted
remainder of term on sorrel horse
19. DELL, CHARLES L.,; on furlough for 9 days from 12th to 20th Jany.;
mounted whole period on black horse
20. DOSTEE, D. P., Dec. 27, 1836 for 1 mo., 1 mo., 2 days?; mounted
whole period on sorrel horse
21. EIGLES, SAMUEL; 25 miles to rendezvous, 25 miles from place of dis-
charge home; mounted whole period on sorrel mare
22. EDDY, STEPHEN, Dec. 3, 1836 for 2 mos., 20 days; Jacksonville;
Jacksonville; mounted whole period on brown bay horse










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23. FLEMING, GEORGE, Dec. 3, 1836 for 2 mos., 20 days; 8 miles to
rendezvous, 8 miles from place of discharge home; mounted whole
period on sorrel horse
24. GERMAN, FRANCIS; Jacksonville, Jacksonville; mounted whole period
on sorrel horse belonging to A. WATERMAN
25. GOFF, JACOB; 8 miles to rendezvous, 8 miles from place of discharge
home; mounted whole period on sorrel mare
26. GRIBBEN, P.; Jacksonville, Jacksonville; mounted whole period on
bay mare
27. GREGORY, R. B.; Jacksonville, Jacksonville; mounted whole period
on sorrel horse
28. GOSS, JOHN, Dec. 1, 1836 for 2 mos., 20 days; Jacksonville, Jack-
sonville; mounted whole period on sorrel horse
29. HOPE, JOHN; 25 miles to rendezvous, 25 miles from place of discharge
home; mounted whole period on bay horse
30. HOPE, HENRY; 25 miles to rendezvous, 25 miles from place of dis-
charge home; mounted whole period on gray horse
31. HOPE, JORDAN; 25 miles to rendezvous, 25 miles from place of dis-
charge home; mounted whole period on gray mare
32. HOPE, WILLIAM N.; 25 miles to rendezvous, 25 miles from palce of
discharge home; mounted whole period on roan horse
33. HIGGINBOTHAM, JOHN J.; near rendezvous, near home from place of
discharge; mounted whole period on gray mare
34. HIGGINBOTHAM, DAVID, near rendezvous, near home from place of
discharge; mountedwhole period on bay horse
35. HOGANS, DANIEL; near rendezvous, near home from place of discharge;
mounted whole period on sorrel mare
36. HUFFMAN, JOHN; 8 miles to rendezvous, 8 miles from place of dis-
charge home; mounted whole period on sorrel horse
37. HIGGINBOTHAM, JOHN H.; near rendezvous, near home from place of
discharge; mounted whole period on bay horse
38. HARN, WILLIAM; near rendezvous, near home from place of discharge;
mounted whole period on sorrel horse
39. HIGGINBOTHAM, A. J.; near rendezvous, near home from place of dis-
charge; mounted whole period on sorrel horse
40. HICKMAN, WILLIAM; near rendezvous, near home from place of dis-
charge; mounted whole period on black horse
41. HARN, JAMES; near rendezvous, near home from place of discharge;
mounted whole period on sorrel horse
42. HIGGINBOTHAM, GEORGE; Jany. 1, 1837 for 1 mo. 22 days; 8 miles to
rendezvous, 8 miles from place of discharge home; mounted whole
period on sorrel horse
43. HAGEN, GEDEON; Jany. 20, 1837 for 1 mo., 3 days; near rendezvous,
near home home from place of discharge; mounted 'whole period on
grey mare
44. HOGANS, L. T., Jany. 3, 1837 for 1 mo., 20 days; near rendezvous,
near home from place of discharge; mounted whole period on bay
horse
45. JONES, JOHN, Second; Jan. 1, 1837 for 1 mo., 22 days; 19 miles to
rendezvous, 19 miles from place of discharge home; mounted whole
period on gray horse









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46. LEDWITH (?), THOMAS; near rendezvous, near home from place of dis-
charge; mounted whole period on bay horse
47. MILLER, JOHN F.; near rendezvous, near home from place of discharge;
mounted whole period on bay pony
48. MCCRORY, JAMES; Dec. 27, 1836 for 1 mo., 27 days; mounted whole
period on sorrel horse
49. OWENS, ALLEN; 45 miles to rendezvous, 45 miles from place of dis-
charge home; mounted whole period on sorrel horse
50. PRIEST, EMRA; near rendezvous, near home from place of discharge;
mounted whole period on sorrel horse
51. PRIEST, GEORGE D.; near rendezvous, near home from place of dis-
charge; mounted whole period on bay pony
52. PRIEST, WILLIAM; near rendezvous, near home from place of discharge;
mounted whole period on sorrel mare
53. PRIEST, GRANVILLE; near rendezvous, near home from place of dis-
charge; mounted whole period on sorrel mare
54. PENNINGTON, WILLIAM; near rendezvous, near home from place of dis-
charge; mounted whole period on bay horse
55. PILES, JAMES, JUNIOR; near rendezvous, near home from place of dis-
charge; mounted whole period on bay horse
56. PHILLIPS, M. H., Dec. 3, 1836 for 2 mos., 20 days; 25 miles to
rendezvous, 25 miles from place of discharge home; mounted whole
period on sorrel mare
57. PHILLIPS, JACKSON,Dec. 3, 1836 for 2 mos., 20 days; at (Jackson-
ville), at (Jacksonville); mounted whole period on can't read
horse
58. PHILLIPS, A. G., Dec. 3, 1836 for 2 mos., 20 days; 10 miles to
rendezvous, 10 miles from place of discharge home; mounted whole
period on sorrel mare
59. PILES, THOMAS, Dec. 16, 1836 for 2 mos., 7 days; 25 miles to
rendezvous, 25 miles from place of discharge home; mounted whole
period on bay horse
60. RIDER, EMORY, Dec. 3, 1836 for 2 mos., 20 days; near rendezvous,
near home from place of discharge; mounted whole period on dabald
horse
61. ROBERTS, SAMUEL W.; 15 miles to rendezvous, 15 miles from place of
discharge home, 15 miles from place of discharge home; mounted
whole period on sorrel mare
62. RICHARD, JOHN C., Dec. 3, 1836 for 2 mos., 20 days; near rendezvous,
near home from place of discharge; mounted whole period on sorrel
mare; absent with leave on 22 Feby.
63. STEEL, ALWIS; near rendezvous, near home from place of discharge;
mounted whole period on sorrel mare of HENRY HENDERSON
64. SECONDER, JOSIAH, Jan. 1, 1837 for 1 mo., 22 days; near rendezvous,
near home from place of discharge; mounted whole period on gray
horse
65. SAUNDERS, WILLIAM, Jan. 16, 1837 for 1 mo., 13 days; near rendezvous,
near home from place of discharge; mounted whole period on sorrel
mare
66. THOMAS, WILLIAM, JUNIOR; near rendezvous, near home from place of
discharge; mounted whole period on black pony









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67. TISON, AARON, Nov. 5, 1836 for 3 mos., 18 days; near rendezvous,
near home from place of discharge; mounted whole period on bay
mare
68. TINER, JOHN G.; near rendezvous, near home from place of discharge;
mounted whole period on sorrel mare
69. TINER, CLEMENT; near rendezvous, near home from place of discharge;
mounted whole period on bay horse
70. THIGPEN, JONATHAN; near rendezvous, near home from place of dis-
charge; mounted whole period on black horse
71. VINZANT, GARRETT, Dec. 23, 1836 for 2 mos.; near rendezvous, near
home from place of discharge; mounted whole period on sorrel
horse
72. WARREN, BENJAMIN; 25 miles to rendezvous, 25 miles from place of
discharge home; mounted whole period on sorrel horse
73. WALTON, G. W.; near rendezvous, near home from place of discharge;
mounted whole period on white mare
74. WALKER, P. K.; 8 miles to rendezvous, 8 miles from place of dis-
charge home; mounted whole period on roan mare
75. WATERS, WILLIAM; near rendezvous, near home from place of dis-
charge; mounted whole period on bay horse of JOHN J. BLEACH
76. WARREN, JOSIAH, Jany. 20, 1837 for 1 mo., 3 days; near rendezvous,
near home from place of discharge; mounted whole period on bay
horse

DISCHARGED

1. BLANCHARD, C. C., Oct. 23, 1836 for 2 mos., 6 days; near rendez-
vous, near home from place of discharge; discharge 28th Dec. 1836;
mounted whole period on brown horse
2. HENDERSON, HENRY, Oct. 23, 1836 for 2 mos., 4 days; discharge 26th
Dec. 1836; mounted whole period on bay horse
3. WRIGHT, JOHN S., Oct. 23, 1836 for 2 mos., 4 days; near rendezvous,
near home from place of discharge; discharged 26th Dec. 1836;
mounted whole period on sorrel horse

DIED

1. CRUM, WILLIAM, Oct.23, 1836 for 1 mo., 24 days; near rendezvous,
near home from place of discharge; mounted whole period on sor-
rel horse; died 10th Dec. 1836
2. SUGGS, EZEKIEL, Dec. 3, 1836 for 2 mos., 20 days; near rendezvous,
near home from place of discharge; mounted whole period on
bay horse; died 23rd Feby. 1837
3. WALTON, G. W., Oct. 23, 1836 for 3 mos., 25 days;,near rendezvous,
near home from place of discharge; mounted whole period on sor-
rel horse; died 10th Feby. 1837

RECORD OF EVENTS

Fr. Head Quarters, Fort Heilman 5th Mar.'37

"In conformity to instructions from Maj. Gen'l. JESUP, you will immediately










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muster out of the service of the United States Capt. DELL'S and PILES
companies of Florida Volunteers, and you will be ? by the in-
structions (you) have already received from me on the subject. In case,
however, these companies were not duly mustered into service, you will
then, by oath of Maj. Gen'l. JESUP'muster them into service of the United
States and immediately after muster and then out of service.

J. B. CRANE
Lt. Col. 1st Regt. Adj. Comdy.

I certify that the above is a true extract copy from the original was given
me by Colonel J. B. CRANE.
GEO. WATSON, 1st Art.

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
JAMES DELL'S company 1st Regiment of Florida Volunteers into the service
of the United States for the period herein mentioned; and that the re-
marks set opposite to the names of each officer and soldier, ar accurate
and just and that the men were efficiently mounted for the whole period.

JAMES DELL, Capt. Commanding
Date: llth March 1837
Station: Jacksonville, E. F.

I certify on hono that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and that
I have this Eleventh day of March 1837 mustered and inspected the above
named company of Capt. taped over of Mounted Florida Volunteers.

GEO. WATSON, 1st Lt.
Inspecting and Mustering Officer
Page 69

Muster Roll of Capt. JAMES DELL'S company of the First Regiment Brigade of
Florida Militia commanded by Col. JOHN WARREN ordered into service of the
United States by Maj. Gen'l. THOMAS S. JESUP from the third day of March
1837 to the second day of July 1837.

Columns used were name, rank, when and where enrolled, by whom, period;
traveling and remarks. All Officers and Soldiers enrolled on March 3, 1837
(unless otherwise shown) by Lt. GEO. WATSON for 4 mos.and no travel time.

JAMES DELL, Capt.; sorrel horse and sorrel mare (for servant)
GABRIEL PRIEST, 1st Lt. sorrel mare and sorrel mare (for servant)
M. K. PINCKSTON, 2nd Lt.; black horse and white horse (for servant)
JAMES B. COLDING, 1st Sergt.; bay horse
JOHN J. BEACH, 2nd Sergt.; bay horse
EMRA PRIEST, 3rd Sergt.; sorrel horse
BENJAMIN MAYO, 4th Sergt.; bay mare
WILLIAM A. G. BRODAWAY, 1st Corp'l.; white horse
WILLIAM THOMAS, 2nd Corp'l.; sorrel horse
HENRY HENDERSON, 3rd Corp'l.; bay horse
DAVID HIGGINBOTHAM, 4th Corp'l.; sorrel horse









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PRIVATES

1. BLANCHARD, A. D., painted horse
2. BUCKLES, ANTHONY; bay mare
3. BELL, JOHN; sorrel mare
4. CREWS, A. R.; sorrel mare
5. CARTER, ELIJAH; sorrel mare
6. CARR, JOHN enrolled Mar. 14, 1837 for 3 mos., 19 days; bay mare
7. COLDING, THOMAS D. Mar. 5, 1837 for 4 mos.; bay horse
8. CURRY, JOHN enrolled Mar. 5, 1837 for 4 mos.; roan mare
9. DELL, WILLIAM F. enrolled Mar. 5, 1837 for 4 mos.; grey horse
10. DOGGETT, JOHN S. enrolled Mar. 5, 1837 for 4 mos.; bay horse
11. DELL, JOSEPH: sorrel horse
12. DELANEY, WILLIAM; 14 Mar. 1837 for 3 mos., 19 days; sorrel mare
13. EIGLES, SAMUEL, sorrel mare
14. ELWELL, PRENTIS, white horse
15. FREYMOUTH, MOSES, grey mare
16. FAULK, JOHN, Mar. 14, 1837 for 3 mos., 19 days; bay mare
17. GRIBBEN, P.; ( no remarks shown)
18. GERMAIN, FRANCIS; sorrel mare
19. HAGUE, GIDEON; grey horse, absent, scouting
20. HOGANS, T. T.; sorrel mare
21. HOPE, JORDAN; grey horse
22. HIGGINBOTHAM, JOHN F.; sorrel horse
23. HOLBROOKE, JACOB; bay mare
24. HOGANS, DANIEL; sorrel mare
25. HOGANS, WILLIAM: black horse
26. HUFFMAN, JOHN; sorrel horse
27. JONES, JOHN 2nd; bay horse
28. MCCRORY, JAMES; sorrel horse
29. MILLAR, JOHN F.; bay horse
30. PILES, JAMES, JR.; sorrel mare
31. PILES, THOMAS W.; chestnut horse
32. PRIEST, GEORGE W.; bay mare
33. PRIEST, WILLIAM; sorrel mare
34. PRIEST, GRANVILLE; bay horse
35. PILES, WILLIAM; white horse
36. PRICE, JOHN; sorrel horse
37. PRICE, MILES; black horse
38. PICKETT, SEYMOUR; bay mare

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39. RIDAUGHT, RICHARD; bay horse
40. ROBERTS, SAMUEL W.; sorrel mare
41. ROBERTS, JOHN; sorrel horse
42. STAFFORD, EZEKIEL; bay horse
43. SAUNDERS, WM. H. G.; sorrel horse
44. SILAS D.; bay horse
45. STEELE, LEWIS; bay horse
46. TYNER, JONATHAN; cream horse
47. TYNER, JORDON; sorrel mare, absent sick
48. TYNER, WILLIAM; roan horse










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49. TYNER, JOHN G.; sorrel mare
50. TYNER, CLEMENT; bay horse
51. THIGPEN, JONATHAN; black horse
52. TYSON, AARON; bay mare
53. TAYLOR, PURNELL; Mar. 14, 1837 for 3 mos., 19 days; bay horse
54. VINZANT, GARRETT roan horse
55. WALKER, P. K.; roan mare
56. WATERS, WILLIAM; bay horse
57. WARREN, JOSEPH; sorrel horse
58. WARREN, SOLOMON; grey horse

(EXTRACT COPY) Head Quarters, Fort Heilman, March 11, 1837

Sir,
In conformity to instructions from Major General JESUP commanding in Florida,
you will muster into the service of the United States, the Field and Staff of
Colonel WARREN'S Regiment on his presenting the first proper roll to you, and
you will give him notice of the same. It is not the intention that Colonel
WARREN with the Field and Staff of his regiment shall now be mustered out of
service: on the contrary, he is authorized by the commanding general to re-
ceive into service such companies as are necessary to supply the place of
those of the regiment, the terms of service of which have expired. Such
therefore as he shall report to you, will be mustered into service immediate-
ly, and agreably, to the regulations on the subject.

J. B. CRANE
To Lieut. Gen. WATSON Lt. Col. 2nd Regt., Artillery Commanding
1st Regt. Art.
Jacksonville, E. F.

I certify that the above is a true extract copy from the original.

GEO. WATSON, Lt. 1st Art.
I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
JAMES DELL'S company of the First Regiment of Florida Volunteers for the
period herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each of-
fficer and soldier are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation
exhibits, in every particular, the true state of the company.

Date: 26th March 1.837 JAMES DELL
Station: Jacksonville, E. F. Captain commanding the Company

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and
that I have on this 22nd and 26th days of March 1837 mustered into the
service of the United States the above named company of Mounted Florida
Volunteers.
GEO. WATSON
Lt. 1st Art., Mustering Officer
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Muster Roll of Capt. JAMES DELL'S company of the First Regiment Brigade of
Florida Militia commanded by Col. JOHN WARREN ordered into service of the
United States by Gen'l. THOS. JESSUP, comd'g on chief of Florida from the
third day of March to the second day of July 1837.










Note: Columns used were name, rank, when and where enrolled, period of
time, travelling to rendezvous and from place of discharge home and re-
marks. All officers and soldiers enrolled March 3, 1837 at Jacksonville
by Lt. GEO. WATSON for 4 months, unless the dates differ and then they will
appear after each name as well as remarks.

JAMES DELL, Capt.; 1 servant; at rendezvous, at place of discharge
to home; absent sick ; 1 servant and 2 horses
GABRIEL PRIEST, 1st Lt.; at rendezvous, near place of discharge
home; 1 servant and 2 horses
M. K. PINCKSTON, 2nd St.; at rendezvous, at place of discharge from
home; 1 servant, 2 horses
1. JAMES B. COLDING, Orderly; at rendezvous, near place of discharge
from home; mounted
2. JOHN G. BLEACH, 2nd Sergt.; at rendezvous, near place of discharge
from home; mounted
3. EMRA PRIEST, 2nd Sergt.; at rendezvous, near place of discharge
from home; mounted
4. BENJ'N MAYO, 3rd Sergt. near rendezvous, near place of discharge
from.home; mounted
1. W. A. G. BROADAWAY, 1st Corp'l.; at rendezvous, near place of dis-
charge from home; mounted
2. WILLIAM THOMAS 2nd Corp'l.; near rendezvous, near place of discharge
from.home; mounted
3. HENRY HENDERSON, 3rd Corp'l.; near rendezvous, near place of dis-
charge from-home; mounted
4. DAVID HIGGINBOTHAM, 4th Corp'l.; near rendezvous, near place of dis-
charge from home; mounted

PRIVATES

1. BUCKLES, ANTHONY, 15 miles to rendezvous, 15 miles from place of
discharge home; mounted
2. BELL, JOHN, near rendezvous, near place of discharge from home;
mounted
3. COLDING, THOMAS G.; near rendezvous, near place of discharge from
home; mounted
4. CURRY, JOHN; near rendezvous, near place of discharge from home;
mounted
5. CREWS, A. R. ; 30 miles to rendezvous, 30 miles from place of dis-
charge home; mounted
6. CARTER, ELIJAH, Mar. 3, 1837-for 4 mos.; near rendezvous;
near home from place of discharge; mounted
7. CARR, JOHN, Mar 14, 1837 for 3 mos., 19 days; near rendezvous,
near home from place of discharge; mounted
8. DELL, WILLIAM T.; near rendezvous, near home from,place of discharge;
mounted
9. DOGGETT, JOHN L.; near rendezvous, near home from place of discharge;
mounted, absent, sick
10. DELL, JOSEPH; near rendezvous, near home from place of discharge;
mounted
11. DELANEY, WILLIAM; near rendezvous, near home from place of dis-
charge; mounted




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