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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
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Seminole War, 3rd, 1855-1858   ( lcsh )
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FLORIDIA MILITIA MUSTER ROLLS
SEMINOLE INDIAN WARS
(VOL. 4)


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The special Archives Publication Series of the Historical
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communities, historians, and to any other individuals, historical
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agencies which find the information contained herein of use or
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At present, only a very limited number of copies of these
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Bay Countv Public Library (1968) St. Petersburg Public Library (1968)
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Bay Vista Campus Library (1982) *State Library of Florida (1968)
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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









MUSTER ROLLS, FLORIDA INDIAN WARS

VOLUME NUMBER 4

Pages 1-2:

Muster Roll of Captain James Edwards, Mounted Company of the 1st Regiment, 2nd
Brigade of the Florida Militia, cammanded by Colonel John Warren; ordered into
service of the United States by Major Gen. Thomas L. Jessup from the 27th day
of January to the 5th day of June 1837.

All were enrolled on the 27th of January 1837 at Fort Beckham by Lt. Col.
Mills. Captain Edwards, 1st Lieut. Tillis, and 2nd Lieut. Morgan each had one
servant and two horses.

Captain James EDWARDS W. H. ROSSEAU, 1st Sergeant.
Willoughby TILLIS, 1st Lieutenant Samuel BARBER, 2nd Sergeant.
Daniel MORGAN, 2nd Lieutenant Elijah CARVER, 3rd Sergeant.
Moses EDWARDS, 4th Sergeant.

Wayne TILLIS, 1st Corporal
Daniel STEWART, 2nd Corporal
Andrew McCLELLAN 3rd Corporal
Jams HINSON, 4th Corporal

PRIVATES

1. BLUNT, Redin R. 28. PARKER, Luke
2. CARVER, William 29. PARKER, William
3. BLOUNT, Redin R. 30. PARKER, Shetty
4. CARVER, Sampson 31. PARKER, Owen
5. CARVER, Thomas F. 32. POWELL, John
6. CARVER, Wilson 33. POWELL, William
7. CARVER, Vincent 34. REED, William M.
8. CURL, Elisha 35. ROWLING, William
9. CURRY,Joel 36. SISTRUNK, Caspar
10. DANIELS, Isaac 37. SWINNEY, Henry S.
11. DANIELS, Elam 38. SMITH, Henry
12. DANIELS, Aaron 39. SMITH, Isaac
13. DAVIS, Lewis B. 40. SMITH, Robert
14. DEAN, Micajah 41. SHEPHERD, D. H.
15. ELLILS, Thos. R. 42. SUMERALL, Jacob
16. GILLETT, Anderson 43. SUMERALL, John
17. KEAN, Wiley 44. TILLIS, Joseph
18. LANE, James 45. TILLIS, Richrd
19. LIGHT, William 46. TILLIS, Thomas
20. MEDLIN, Willis, Senr. 47. TUCKER, John E.
21. MEDLIN, William, Junr. 48. VICKERS, Aaron
22. MORGAN, Jackson 49. VICKERS, Richard
23. MORGAN, Crispin 50. WALKER, Elias
24. MORGAN, Ephram 51. WALKER, Elisha
25. MORGAN, Ephram H. 52. WILEY, Aldridge
26. MacARDALE, Abel C. 54. WILINSON, David
27. NEWMAN, James 55. WATSAY, Fermell









Pages 1-2, PRIVATES, Cont'd

56. WOOD, Absolam 57. WRIGHT, Levi 58. WRIGHT, A. J. T.

"I certify on honor ... for the period herein mentioned ... this muster to be
ture and just ... and that the men could not attend at Camp Gilliland for want
of subsistence and forage for their horses."

/s/ Jas. Edwards, Capt., Commanding the
Company.
Date: 5th June 1837
Station: Fort Beckham; place to be mustered out of ... Fort Gilliland.

Certified a true muster and comments above repeated by R. Vinton, Inspector
General and Mustering Officer.


Pages 3-4

Muster Roll of Captain James Edwards' Company, 1st Regiment, 2nd Brigade of
Florida Miitia, commanded by Col. John Warren, ordered into service of the
United States by Major Gen. Thomas L. Jesup from the 27th day of January 1837
for six months unless sooner discharged.

This hand-drawn Muster Roll contains the following headings: (1) Number, (2)
Names, (3) Rank, (4) Enrollment Date, (5) Description of Horses, (6) State of
the Company when enrolled Jan. 27th 1837, and (7) State of the Company when
mustered March 27th 1837.

All were enrolled at Fort Beckham except 1st Lieut. Tillis who enrolled at Fort
Reed. Officers enrolled by Lt. Col. Mills; enlisted men were all enrolled by
Captain Edwards. When first enrolled virtually all of the Company was present.
When mustered they were about equally divided between Fort Beckham and Fort
Reed except for Privates Willis Medlin, Senr., and Henry S. Swinney who were
sick.

1. James EDWARDS, Captain, 1 sorrel horse, 1 bay horse.
2. Willoughby TILLIS, 1st Lieut., 1 bay horse, 1 sorrel horse.
3. Daniel MORGAN, 2nd Lieut., 1 gray horse, 1 black mare.

1. W. H. ROSSEAU, Orderly Sergeant, 1 bay horse.
2. Samuel BARBER, 2d Sergeant, 1 gray horse.
3. Elijah CARVER, 3d Sergeant, 1 iron gray horse.
4. Moses EDWARDS, 4th Sergeant, 1 sorrel mare.

1. Wayne TILLIS, 1st Corporal, 1 bay horse.
2. Daniel STEWART, 2d Corporal, 1 sorrel horse.
3. Andrew McCLELLAN, 3d Corporal, 1 bay horse.
4. James HINSON, 4th Corporal, 1 sorrel horse.

PRIVATES

1. BLUNT, Redin, 1 bay horse. 5. CARVER, Thomas F., 1 sorrel horse.
2. BLUNT, Redin R., 1 bay mare. 6. CARVER, Wilson, 1 horse
3. CARVER, William, 1 bay mare. 7. CARVER, Vincent, 1 grey horse
4. CARVER, Sampson, 1 horse. 8. CURL, Elisha, 1 bay horse








Vol. 4, Pp 3-4, PRIVATES, Cont'd

9. CURRY, Joel, 1 grey horse. 34. READ, William, 1 bay horse.
10. DANIELS, Isaac, 1 bay horse. 35. ROWLIN3< William, 1 sorrel
11. DANIELS, Elam, 1 grey horse. 36. SISTRUNK, Gosh 1 sorrel mare.
12. DANIELS, Aaron, 1 bay horse. 37. SWINEY, Henry S., 1 sorrel mare.
13. DAVIS, Lewis B., 1 bay horse. 38. SMITH, Henry, 1 sorrel horse
14. DEAN, Micajah, 1 grey horse. 39. SMITH, Isaac, 1 sorrel mare
15. ELLIS, Thomas R., 1 bay horse. 40. SMITH, Robert, 1 bay mare.
16. GILLETT, Anderson, 1 sorrel. 41. SHEPHERD, D. H., 1 bay horse.
17. KEAN, Wiley, 1 sorrel horse. 42. SUMERALL, Jacob, 1 horse
18. LANE, James, 1 bay horse. 43. SUMERALL, John, 1 horse
19. LIGHT, William, 1 bay horse. 44. TILLIS, Joseph, 1 horse
20. MEDLIN, Willis, Sr., 1 sorrel. 45. TILLIS, Richard, 1 horse
21. MEDLIN, Willis, Jr. 1 bay. 46. TILLIS, Thomas, 1 horse
22. MORGAN, Jackson, 1 bay. 47. TUCKER, John E., 1 horse
23. MORGAN, Crispin, 1 bay. 48. VICKERS, Aaron, 1 black horse
24. MORGAN, Ephraim P., 1 bay mare 49. VICKERS, Richard, 1 brown horse
25. MORGAN, Ephraim H., 1 sorrel 50. WALKER, Elias, 1 sorrel horse
26. McARDLE, Abel G., 1 horse 51. WALKER, Elisha, 1 bay horse
27. NEWMAN, James, 1 sorrel 52. WILEY, Aldridge, 1 bay horse
28. PARKER, Luke, 1 bay 53. WILKINSON, Joseph, 1 bay horse
29. PARKER, William, 1 grey mare 54. WILKINSON, David, 1 bay mare.
30. PARKER, Shety, 1 white horse 55. WETSAY, FERMELL, 1 bay horse
31. PARKER, Owen, 1 black mare 56. WOOD, Absolam, 1 bay horse
32. POWEL, John, 1 sorrel 57. WRIGHT, Levi, 1 bay mare
33. POWEL, William, 1 sorrel 58. WRIGHT, A. J. T., 1 sorrel horse.

Certified a true Muster Roll for "the period herein mentioned" by Captain James
EDWARDS, Commanding Company.

March 27, 1837
Fort Beckham. L. B. READ, Inspecting & Mustering Officer, certified he had
examined the Muster Roll and mustered and inspected above
Company on the date and place stated.


Pages 5,6,7, & 8

Muster Roll of Captain Sherrod Edwards Conpany, 1st Regiment, Brigade of
Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. Wm. J. Bailey, ordered into service
of the United States by the Secretary of War from the 10th day of December 1840
to the 13th day of March 1841 when discharged. The Company was mustered by
Capt. S. P. Heintzelman.


1. Sherrod EDWARDS, Captain; kept in service a private servant and 2 horses.
2. James A. ROUSE, 1st Lt.; kept in service a private servant and 2 hours.
3. NICHOLAS LANGFORD, 2nd Lt., kept in service a private servant & 2 horses.

1. Elias P. KNIGHT, 1st Sgt. 1. Sam'1 CLAREY, Corporal
2 David A. SWICCORD, Sgt. 2. Benj. McCLINDON, Corporal
3. Solomon ROUSE, Sgt. 3. Harry CLIFTON, Corporal
4. Jno. WOODS, Sgt. 4. Boyd POPWELL, Corporal

Charles KAPP? RAPP?, Bugler
Arnold BENEFIELD, Bugler









Vol. 4, pp 5,6,7, & 8 Cont'd
PRIVATES

1. AGNEW, Francis 32. HUDSON, John
2. ANDREWS, Elijah 33. JERNIGAN, Stephen
3. BLACK, William 34. KNIGHT, Jas. A.
4. BRANNON, James 35. KING, Lewis
5. BARLOW, John 36. KEASEY?/KERSEY?, Lyburn or Laburn
6. BROWN, Wright 37. LINTON, Thnmas J.
7. BRUNER, Isaac 38. LOPER, Jno. C.
8. BAGGS, John A. 39. LYNBURGER, Jno.
9. BURNAM, Aaron 40. LINSEY, Jacob
10. BROWN, John T. 41. LANGFORD, John
11. BARWICK, Wm. 42. LAMB, Tuffa B.
12. BENEFIELD, Enoch 43. MOORE, Joseph
13. BRANCH, S. T. A. 44. McCLENDON, John
14. OOURTNEY, Robt. K. 45. NATHAN?/NELHAM?, Hardy or Handy
15. CHATMAN?/CHAPMAN?, David 46. REINES, John
16. DAVIS, William 47. ROE, James
17. DEBELL, Willialm 48. ROGERS, Zachariah
18. EDWARDS, Samuel 49. SEVER, Wm. H.
19. FAGAN, Thomas 50. SEABORN?/SEBORN?, Nicholas
20. FLETCHER, Reuben 51. SHARP, John H.
21. GOFF, James A. 52. SELF, Jno.
22. GARREY?/GANEY?, Michael 53. SCOTT, Benjamin
23. GARFIELD, John 54. SIMMONS, Joseph?/Thorp?
24 GORDON, John 55. TOWNSEND, John
25. GARREY, Stephen 56. TICE, Henry
26. GREEN, James 57. TANNER, Michael
27. HAMBY?/HANEBY?, William 58. WICKS, Francis
28. HARN, William 59. WHITE, Dennis
29. HANDY?/HENDY?, Hiram 60. WILLIAMSON, Solomon
30. HURST, Bryant 61. WILLIAMS, Manning
31. HALE?/HALL?, Harvey 62. WOODS, Thomas


Pages 9-10

Muster Roll of Captain C. Ellis's Company of the 1st Regiment, Brigade of the
Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. W. J. Bayley, ordered into service
of the United States by Brig. Gen'l W. K. Armistead from the 17th day of August
1840 to the 5th day of December 1840 when discharged. Major S. Churchill, 3d
Art'y, mustered the Company into service Aug. 17, 1840 for three months. Cmn-
pany was paid by P. M. BROWN for 27 days of forage, and for service from 17 Aug
to Dec 5, 1840.

1. Th. C. ELLIS, Captain
2. Jonathan A. TUCKER, 1st Lieut.
3. John McNEIL, 2d Lieut.

1. J. M. CREWS, 1st Sgt. 1. James EDGAR, Corporal
2. Isaac FLOYD, Sgt. 2. W.J. STANLEY, Corporal
3. James HAGUE, Sgt. 3. Stephen KNIGHT, Corporal
4. Seth HOWARD, Sgt. 4. Thomas PIPER, Corporal

1. John F. MILLER, Bugler
2. George SHARP, Bugler









Vol. 4, Pp 9-10, Cont'd:

PRIVATES

1. BATES, Fleming 32. MOREY, Wn.
2. BURNET, Laburn 33. MOTT, Abraham
3. BLANTON, J. B. 34. MEARS, W. H.
4. CLARK, Harbord 35. MURPHY, Stephen
5. CHASE, Thcmas 36. McKEE, Wn.
6. COLDING, Thomas 37. McNEIL, Archibald
7. DARLING, John 38. NEIL, L. M.
8. DREE, Simeon 39. PETIT, James
9. EVERET, J. A. 40. PREVATT, F. G.
10. FAGAN, Stephen 41. REYNOLDS, Sam'l
11. FREBLY, C. 42. RAMIS, James
12. FISHER, Andrew 43. RANDUM, Luther
13. FULLER, Daniel 44. SCOTT, William
14. GIBBONS, James 45. SCOTT, W. W.
15. GARRASON, William 46. SCOTT, W. D.
16. GARRASON, R. L. 47. SWAIN, Jno. G.
17. GARRISON, Jas. N. 48. SOURBREG, Wm.
18. HINDLEY, Matthew 49. STANLEY, Jno. B.
19. HARVEY, Simeon 50. STANLEY, Jessee
20. HAGE, Gideon 51. STANLEY, Seaburn
21. HAGER, Jno. R. 52. SALMONS, Aaron W.
22. HOPE, Jno. C. 53. SMITH, Jordan
23. HOPE, William, Jr. 54. TYSON, Stephen
24. HORN, Moses 55. TOWNSEND, Light.
25. INGRAM, Thomas 56. TOWNSEND, James
26. JOURDAN, Patrick 57. THOMPSON, William
27. JACKSON, McDowell 58. TAYLOR, J. S.
28. KNIGHT, Joseph L. 59. TUCKER, Jno.
29. KEIL, Adam 60. WATERS, William
30. LINSLEY, Henry 61. WENDCOOP, W. D.
31. LASTINGER, Shadrick


DISCHARGED:
1. CRANDAWAY, William; declines serving and discharged Aug. 17th.
2. HINES, Charles; "
3. HOPE, Henry; "
4. PHILLIPS, GARRET; rejected for drunkenness by mustering officer and dis-
charged Aug. 17th.
5. WHITE, E. K., declines serving and discharged Aug. 17th.

DEAD:
1. GIGER, J. M., killed by the Indians at Sept. 6th.
2. SMART, S. J., killed by the Indians at Ft. Tarver, Aug. 12th.

DESERTED:
1. GOODRICH, S. E., absent without leave from July 10th.
2. HOPE, David, absent without leave fran July 16th.

(cont'd next page)









Vol. 4, Pp 9-10, cont'd

Certified a true Muster of the Company by Thos. C. ELLIS, Captain and by
S. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3rd Art'y.
Date: Dec. 5, 1840
Station: Newnansville, East Florida


Pages 11-12

Muster Roll of Captain Thos. C. ELLIS'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 Brig.-Gen'l W. K. ARMISTEAD fran the 17th day of August
1840 to the 17th day of November 1840 when discharged.

1. Thos C. ELLIS, Captain
2. Jonathan A. TUCKER, 1st Lieut.
3. John McNEILL, 2d Lieut.

1. J. M. CREWS, Ist Sgt. 1. James EDGAR, Corp'l
2. Isaac FLOYD, Sgt. 2. William F. STANLEY, Corp'l
3. James HAGUE, Sgt. 3. Stephen KNIGHT, Corp'l
4. Seth HOWARD, Sgt. 4. Thomas PIPER, Corp'l

1. John F. MILLER, Bugler
2. George SHARP, Bugler

PRIVATES

1. BATES, Fleming 28. KNIGHT, Joseph J.
2. BURNETT, Laburn 29. KIEL, Adam
3. BLANTON, J. B. 30. LINSLEY, Henry
4. CLARK, Harbord 31. LASTINGER, Shadrick
5. CHASE, Thomas 32. MOREY, William
6. OOLDING, Thomas 33. MOTT, Abram
7. DARLING, John 34. MEARS, William H.
8. DREE, Simeon 35. MURPHY, Stephens
9. EVERETT, J. A. 36. McKEE, William
10. FAGAN, Stephen 37. McNEILL, Archibald
11. FREBLY, C. 38. NEILL, L. M.
12. FISHER, Andrew 39. PETIT, James
13. FULLER Daniel 40. PREVAT, F. G.
14. GIBBONS, James 41. REYNOLDS, Samuel
15. GEIGER, J. N. 42. RAMIS, James
16. GARRASON, William 43. RANDUM, Luther
17. GARRASON, F. L. 44. SCOTT, William
18. HINDLEY, Mathew 45. SCOTT, William W.
19 HARVEY, Simeon 46. SCOTT, William D.
20. HAGE, Gideon 47. SWAIN, John G.
21. HAGER, John R. 48. SOURGRAG, William
22. HOPE, John C. 49. STANDLEY, John B.
23. HOPE, William, Jr. 50. STANDLEY, Jesse
24. HORN,Moses 51. STANDLEY, Seaburn
25. INGRAM, Thomas 52. SMITH, Jerdin
26. JOURDAN, Patrick 53. TYSON, Stephen
27. JACKSON, McDowell 54. TOWNSEND, Light










Vol. 4, Pp 11-12, PRIVATES, Cont'd

55. TOWNSEND, Samuel 59. WATERS, William
56. THOMPSON, William 60. WINCORP, Wm D.
57. TAYLOR, J. S. 61. SALMONS, Aaron W.
58. TUCKER, John 62. GARRASON, Joseph N.

DISCHARGED:
1. BRANDAWAY, William, declines serving and discharged Aug. 17th.
2. HINES, Charles, "
3. HOPE, Henry, "
4. PHILIPS, Garrett, rejected, drunkenness, by Mustering Officer & Discharg-
ed Aug. 17th.
5. WHITE, E. K., declines servicing and discharged Aug. 17th.

DESERTED:
1. GOODRICH, Charles, deserted fran Newnansville, July 1st.
2. EDWARDS, S. L., absent without leave fran July 10th.
3. HOPE, David, absent without leave from July 16th.

DEAD:
1. SMART (STUART?), S. J., killed by Indians August 12th.

"A true extract." /s/ A. MAOOMB Maj. Gen., Carnander in Chief.
/s/ S. CHURCHILL, Maj., 3d Art'y


PAGES 13,14,15, & 16

Muster Roll of Captain Thos. C. ELLIS's Company of the 2nd Regiment Brigade of
Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. F. L. DANCEY, ordered into service
of the United States by the Secretary of War fran the 12th day of January 1841
to the 12th of April 1841 when discharged.

1. Thomas C. ELLIS, Captain
2. James TURNER, 1st Lieutenant
3. John McNEIL, 2d Lieutenant

1. Isaac B. BLANTON, Ist Sgt. 1. Allen THOMAS, Corp'l
2. Isaac I. CARTER, Sgt. 2. Laburn BURNETT, Corp'l
3. Joseph DOWLING, Sgt. 3. Alfred HAGEN, Corp'l
4. JOHN CASON, 4. Stephen MURPHY, Corp'l

1. Joseph PREVATT, Bugler
2. Ephraim HARRISON, Bugler

PRIVATES

1. ADKINS, Samuel R. 8. DELL, Simeon
2. BLAKE, Edward L. T. 9. DIAS, John
3. BROOKS, Joseph 10. DRIGGERS, Nicholas
4. BRINTON, David 11. EDWARDS, Samuel
5. CASON, John, Senr. 12. EDWARDS, Berrien
6. CASON, Ransom 13. EVERET, Morris
7. CLARK, Harberd 14. EVERET, A. S.









Vol. 4, Pp 13,14,15, & 16, PRIVATES, Cont'd

15. FLOYD, Isaiah 31. MOODY, Thomas
16. GARRASON, Isaac 32. MUNDEN, William
17. GANEY, Ashley 33. NEIL, Lem'l M.
18. GONIOU? GONION?, John 34. OLMSTEAD, Woodbrige S.
19. GIBBON, James 35. PARISH, Ezekiel
20. HOGAN, Daniel 36. PARISH, William
21. HOPE, John C. 37. PATTERSON, Martin
22. HOLDEN, Henry 38. PAYNE, Joseph
23. HORN, James 39. PEDDIT, James
24. JACKSON, McDowell 40. SALMONS, William
25. JOURDAN, Patrick 41. SANCHEZ, Joseph
26. KNIGHT, Joseph 42. SANCHEZ, F. R.
27. KOEBER, Joseph 43. SHARP, George
28. LASTINGER, Shad'k 44. SMITH, T. J.
29. MALTBY, Theodore D. 45. STANLEY, W. S.
30. MOORE, George 46. STRICKLIN, William
sick at Ft. Walker from 47. STAFFORD, Ezekiel
Apr. 3d.

Company enrolled by Gen'l L. READ.
Certified a true muster roll by Thos. C. ELLIS, Captain, on 12 Jan. 1841, and
again on 6 April 1841. Muster Roll certified and Company discharged 6 April
1841 by S. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3d Art'y at Newnansville, East Florida.

Pages 17-18

Muster Roll of Captain James C. Evan's Company of the Fifth Regiment Brigade of
Florida Militia; commanded by Colonel John C. Love, ordered into service of the
Unitd States by Gov. R. K. Call from the 14th day of September 1836 to the llth
day of January 1837. The Company travelled about 21 miles in the vicinity of
Quincy, Fla. to Tallahassee, Fla., and from Ft. Brooke, East Florida to the
vicinity of Quincy, Fla.

1. James C. EVANS, Captain.
2. Thomas D. WILSON, 1st Lieut., resigned Oct. 26th 1836; furnished a substi-
tute, Pvt. Wn. S. SMITH.
3. Malcolm BUIE, 1st Lieut., promoted to Ist Lt. Oct. 26th 1836.
4. William T. PORTER, 2d Lieut., promoted from 1st Sergt. by election on Oct.
26th 1836.

1. William H. ELLIS, 1st Sgt., absent sick, sent from Volusia to Black Creek,
Dec. 12th 1836.
2. William A. SMITH, Sergt.
3. Hugh ROSE, Sergt.

1. John G. PATTERSON, Corporal 3. Archibald McFALL, Corporal
2. James WILCOX, Corporal 4. John JOHNSON, Corporal.

PRIVATES

1. ANDERSON, William 3. BUIE, John
2. BOYKIN, Leed C. 4. CASH, Francis A.









Vol. 4, pp 17-18, PRIVATES, Cont'd

,5. CLARKE, Robert 19. McOOY, John W.
6. CUMMINGS, Thos. J. 20. McLEAN, John
7. FARR, James 21. McWALKER, John
8. FOSTER, Isaac 22. MURPHY, PaschaL
9. HATCH, Isaac 23. PARKER, Bryant
10. HAWTHORNE, James 24. QUINBY, George
11. INMAN, Edward 25. RIGGINS, Harrison
12. JOHNSON, Alexander, 1st 26. SAPP, Allen
13. JOHNSON, Alexander, 2d 27. SMITH, William J.
14. LANG, David A. 28. WALKER, Roland E.
15. LAMB, Joseph D. 29. WATKINS, Robert
16. LASLIE, John C. 30. WILLIAMS, Nathaniel
17. LEWIS, Pierce A. 31. WILKES, Washington
18. MARTIN, Archibald 32. WITHERINGTON, Frederick

DIED:
1. John H. GRAY, 1st Sergt.
2. Duncan MARTIN, Private.

NOTE: No certifications appeared on this Muster Roll.


Pages 19-20

Muster Roll of Captain A. A. Fisher's Company of the 7th Regiment, 1st Brigade
of Florida Militia; commanded by Col. John A. Cuth ? ordered into service
of the United States byu Gov. R. K. Call from the 10th day of May to the 10th
day of November 1836. Company enrolled at Tallahassee, Fla. by Col. L. Park-
hill.

1, A. A. FISHER, Captain, 2 horses, 1 servant.
2. J. B.JOHNSON, 1st Lieut., 2 horses, 1 servant.
3. R. B. KERR, 2d LIeut., 2 horses, 1 servant.
4. David F. H.
5. E. BRYAN, 1st Sergt.
6. Micajah FRAZIER, 2d Sergt.
7. Stephen MILLS, 3d Sergt.
8. Amos LEE, 1st Corporal.
9. G. HOUCK, 2d Corporal.
10. A. L. FIELDS, 3d Corporal.

PRIVATES

11. ANITLEY, Lagarous 19. DUNCAN, Hugh
12. AULF, Richard 20. ECCLES, William
13. BURKET, Thcmas 21. FARTHINGHAM, David
14. BIST, Ely 22. FITZGERALD, Aron
15. CARTER, Levi 23. GRANTHAM, John, absent
16. CHADWICK, Daniel 24. HIGHSMITH, James
17. COLE, Seamon, discharged 25. HOLLAND, William
9 July 1836. 26. H__, N. B.
18. CULBERTH, Arthur, died 18 27. KENYON, James
July 1836. 28. LEWIS, Pearce A.









Vol. 4, pp,19-20, PRIVATES, ,Cont'd

,29. LOVETT, Jonathan 41. SPEERS, John
30. McD ? William 42. SALLEY, Alley
31. McKNIGHT, Sam'1 43. SHEPHERD, Francis
32. MILLS, Myron, dyed 16 July 1836 44. SIMPSON, Joseph
33. MILLER, Thanas, discharged 9 45. TURNER, Matthew
July 1836 46. THORNSBURY, Thomas, deserted
34. MIEGS, J. B. 47. TILLERY, William
35. RAGSDALE, William 48. THOMAS, Isham
36. RAWLS, Henry 49. WILKINSON, Thanas, Dyed 16
37. RINGGOLD, Sam'l G. October 1836.
38. SMITH, William 50. WHITING, Wi. M.
39. SMITH, Isanath 51. WADKINS, Tobias
40. STANDLEY, Thomas


Certified a true copy of the muster of the 7th Regiment, Florida Mounted Volun-
teers by A. A. FISHER, Captain, Cammanding the Company.

Date: 5th November 1837. Station: near Fort Huleman (Heilman?)




Pages .21-22


Muster Roll of Capt. James Fitzgerald's Company of Mounted Militia ordered into
service by Col. David C. Twiggs, 2nd Dragoons, from the 18th of April 1839.
[The company was enrolled 18 April 1839 at Fort Walker by Captain G. S.
Rains to serve for a period of 6 months.]

1. James FITZGERALD, Captain
2. John CURRY, 1st Lieutenant
3. James TURNER, Sen'r, 2d Lieutenant

1. Johnathan T. WILLIS, Sergt. 3. Martin FLINT, Sergt.
2. Wn. ANDREWS, Sergt. 4. John W. MOORE, Sergt.

1. Eli? HART, Corpl. 3. Joseph DOLAN, Corpl.
2. William THOMPSON, Corpl. 4. Joseph EATON, Corpl.

1. Laughton CURRY, Musician 2. John E. FILMAN, Musician


PRIVATES

1. BENNER, Henry 7. CARR, John
2. BLOCKER, Stephen 8. CASH, David C.
3. BONNER, Henry 9. DANIELS, Wiley
4. BRANCH, Britton 10. DANIELS, Wn., Jun'r
5. BURGER, Jacob 11. DANIELS, Win., Sen'r
6. BUTLER, Wn. 12. DIKES, George D.









Vol 4, pp 21-22, .PRIVATES, Cont'd

13. DEVLIN, Isaac 34. MOONEY, Alfred
14. EWER (EVER), Ebenezer 35. PATTERSON, Frazier
15. FILMAN, James D. 36. PENNINGTON, Henry H. C.
16. FRENCH, Noah 37. PINNER, John
17. HALL, James S. 38. PINNER, Wn.
18. HANCOCK, John 39. ROBERTS, Alexander
19. HARROL, James H. 40. ROOT, Alexander
20. HANEY, Bartholamew 41. ? Hugh
21. HAMILTON, Wn. 42. STAFFORD, John
22. HILL, Chesley 43. LINNEAR, James
23. HODGE, Simon 44. TURNER, Edward
24. HOGAN, Daniel B. 45. TURNER, Wm., Jun'r
25. HOPKINS, David 46. TURNER, Wn., Sen'r
26. IVY, Anthony 47. TURNER, James, Jun'r
27. JOHNSON, John 48. TAYLOR, Thos.
28. JOHYNSON, Kindred B. 49. WALKER, James
29. JOHNSON, Vincent 50. WANTON, Wn.
30. JOHNSON, Simpson 51. WALSH, Thomas
31. LINNEAR, Isaac 52. WANTON, Phillip
32. MARTIN, Whitmore 53. SMITH, Leanard H.
33. MATHEWS, Francis 54. WOODALL, Hiram

Certified a true muster by G. J. RAINS, Capt. 7th Regt., Mustering Officer.
Date: 18 April 1839 Station: Fort Walker


Pages 23-24

Muster Roll of Captain James Fitzgerald's Company of the lst(?) Regiment, Brig-
ade of Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. John Warren, ordered into
service of the United States by Brig.-Gen'l Z. Taylor from the 12th day of
November 1839 to the 12th day of May 1840 when discharged. [The Company was
mustered by Lt. J. M. Clendenin.]

1. James FITZGERALD, Captain
2. James BATES, 1st Lieutenant
3. J. LOGUE, 2nd Lieutenant

1. Chas. M. (ONWAY, 1st Sergt. 3. Joseph SCHLETTS, Sergt.
2. Norman LUSK, Sergt. 4. Win. HARGAN

1. John OONRRIS?, Corp'l 3. Martain SCOTT, Corp'l
2. Robert E. OSMAN, Corp'l 4. John DOUGHERTY, Corp'l

PRIVATES

1. ADDLEMAN, Morris 8. BOARD, Edward
2. ALLEN, Lorenzo 9 BUTLER, John
3. BUSH, James 10. BEAKS, John
4. BUTLER, W~. 11. CAMEL, John
5. BUTLER, John O. 12. CARTWRIGHT, Daniel
6. BARBER, Grandison 13 CANNON, John
7. BURK, Wn. 14. CALVIN, Wn









Vol 4, pp 23-24, PRIVATES, Cont'd

15. CALAHAN, A. B. 45. PEAK, Walter
16. CASNAGHAN, Wm. 46. PARK, Robert
17. CASHMAN, Patrick 47. ROBERTS, John
18. DRAPER, James 48. RAVNALL, Edward
19. DERLIN, Isaac 49. REYNOLDS, Thomas
20. EMMET, George 50. SEPHLITZ, Christopher
21. EDWARDS, Thomas 51. SHIELDS, James
22. FUNK, Luke 52. SCOTT, Samuel
23. FISHER, Andrew 53. SAMBY, Michael
24. GRAYER, John 54. TOWN, George R.
25. GRAHAM, Alexander 55. VANCE, Richard
26. HIGGINS, John 56. WEED, Jones
27. HOUSTON, John G. 57. WINDER, John
28. HARED, Henry 58. WHITE, James
29. HARRIS, Eli 59. WALKER, Patrick
30. HORTON, John 60. WYATT, Lewis
31. JOHNSTON, James E. 61. WEBBER, Peter, discharged 2/12
32. GEORGE, James 62. YONKER, Peter C., 2/22
33. KELLY, Marcus 63. ELDRED, Wyat B., 2/22
34. KNAPP, Jacob 64. McDONALD, Alex'r 2/22
35. MOONEY, Alfred 65. CUMMINGS, John, died 2/14
36. MURPHY, Edward 66. ALLEN, John, deserted fran Ft.
37. MORE, Leander G. WhelocK 2/18.
38. McGRATH, Patrick 67. GEORGE, James, deserted 1/1
39. MORRIS, William S. with rifles & equipment with
40. MILLER, Harran settler named James ?
41. McMAHON, Rodger, discharged
42. MEYERS, Evans
43. McEVOY, Patrick
44. NECKAR, Auguste

Certified a true muster by Certified by S. CHURCHILL, Maj.
Js. FITZGERALD, Captain. 3d Art'l 12 May 1840
Date: May 12, 1840
Station: Fort Heileman, E[ast] F[lorida]


Pages 25-26

Muster Roll of Captain James Fitzgerald's Company of the First Regiment of
Florida Mounted Militia, conmanded by Col. John Warren, ordered into the ser-
vice of the United States by Brig.-Gen'l Z.TAYLOR frma the 12th day of Novem-
ber 1839 to the 12th day of May 1840.

This muster contained only the names of the men who were discharged, died and
deserted already noted on the foregoing muster (pp 23-24). An additional
Private was named: Daniel GEORGE and James GEORGE was listed as George JAMES.

Muster Roll certified by J. FITZGERALD, Capt., and J. M. CLENDENIN, on the
26th of Deoneber 1839 at Fort Heilaman, East Florida.









Vol. 4, cont'd

Pages 27-28

Muster Roll of Captain Charles Freymuth's Ccmpany of Mounted men of the 2nd
Regiment, Second Brigade of the Florida Militia, commanded by General Hernandez
ordered into the service of the United States by Governor Call fran the 1st day
of October 1836 to the 1st day of February 1837. The company was enrolled by
Major PIERCE.

Muster roll certified as true by Charles FREYMUTH, Captain, February 1837 at
St. Augustine, East Florida. Also certified by the Mustering Officer, L. O.
WEBSTER.

1. Charles FREYMUTH, Captain, furnished 1 public horse from the 5th of Nov.
2. Petronelus LOPEZ, 1st Lieut.

1. John SANCHEZ, 1st Sergt. Francis SANCHEZ, Corporal
2. Virgil DUPONT, 2nd Sergt. Gabriel PERPAL, Corporal
Robert CAMPBELL, Musician

PRIVATES

1. William ANDERSON 16. Jessee SAUNDERS, furnished a
2. Robert BASSARERI public horse.
3. Gregorio BRAVO 17. Daniel SAUNDERS, furnished a
4. Garret BRAESTED public horse.
5. WR. BLACK 18. John SANCHEZ, furnished a
6. Abraham DUPONT, horse died in public horse.
service 31 Jan. 1837. 19. name not readable.
7. John FAULK, horse died in ser- 20. Raphial TORRES.
vice 20th Nov. 21. M. H. TUCKER, discharged
8. Walter FERMAN, discharged Oct. 11/1/ by order Col. DOWNING.
llth by order Gov. CALL. 22. Daniel WHITE? discharged by
9. J. C.HUGHES (HUTHES?) order of Col. J. S.
10. Washington IVES SANCHEZ on 20th (mo?)
11. Edward IVES 23. George WILKINSON.
12. William LORING; Thos. DOOLEY 24. Theopolus WOODS, furnished a
mustered as substitute from public horse.
12/25. 25. Benjamin WIGGINS
13. John OATES, trans. to Col. 26. Joseph MARTINELLY, disch.
Warren's Cammand. 10/23 by order of Gov. CALL.
14. John PINKERTON, furnished a
public horse.
15. F. L. ROUSE, disch. 10/11/36
by order of Gov. CALL.


Pages 29-30


Muster Roll of Captain Daniel S. GARDNER's Company of the 4th Regiment, 2nd
Brigade of the Florida Militia, commanded by Col. Warren, ordered into service
of the United States by Brig. Gen'l HERNANDEZ from the 10th day of November
1835 to the 5th day of March 1836.









Vol. 4. Pp 29-30, Cont'd

On llth August 1836 at Jacksonville, Florida, the muster was certified to be
true and was signed by Captain D. L GARDINER, Cammanding the Company.

1. Daniel S. GARDNER, Captain. 2. Adin WATERMAN, 1st Lieut.
3. James R. MADIN, 2nd Lieut.

1. Gurney SMITH, 1st Sgt.; not mounted, discharged Jan. 9th.
2. W. L. DONALDSON, Sgt. & 1st Sgt., Sgt. from 11/10 to 1/9; promoted to Ist.
Sgt. 1/9 to 3/5, not mounted.
3. Milo K. PINKERTON, Sgt., not mounted.
4. Thos S. RYAN, Sgt., not mounted.
5. Y not readable, Sgt., promoted from Corpl. 1/9, not mounted.

1. Thos J. JONES, Corporal, not mounted.
2. Wn. HICKMAN, Corporal, not mounted.
3. S not readable, promoted to Sgt., 9th Jan., not mounted.
4. Josiah GATES, not mounted.

PRIVATES

1. Lewis L. HOGANS, not mounted. 22. Thos. LANGLEY, deserted 1/10.
2. John L. DOGGETT, not mounted. 23. Edwin B. PEEK, deserted 1/10.
3. D. D. DERRICKSON, not mounted. 24. Philip J. DELL, not mounted.
4. A. J. PHILIPS, not mounted. 25. Demetrio SALAS, deserted 1/15.
5. Arthur McCLASKY, not mounted. 26. Philip TAYLOR, mounted.
6. Samuel L. BURRITT, not mounted. 27. Elias J. HART, not mounted
7. Samuel MATTAIR, not mounted. 28. Josiah FOGG, not mounted.
8. Reuben HOGANS, Jr., not mounted. 29. Charles MERRICK, not mounted.
9. Win. H. MILLS, not mounted. 30. O. M. DORMON, promoted to 2nd
10. R. B., GREGORY, not mounted. Lt. 1/7, mounted.
11. Wn. PARKER, not mounted. 31. James PICKETT, discharged 1/15.
12. Geo. PENDARIVS, mounted. 32. John UPTEGROVE, died Jan. llth.
13. H. R. BLANCHARD, mounted 33. Aldrich BRADDOCK, mounted.
14. Emory RIDER, not mounted. 34. Peter R. WALKER, not mounted.
15. J. MARKHAM, not mounted. 35. Gustavus M. DUNLAP, commanded
16. Benjamin MAYO, not mounted, the schooner "Ariel" frcm Jan
17. Thomas DEXTER, not mounted. 15 to Mar. 5.
18. L. CURRIER, not mounted. 36. C. C. BLANCHARD, mounted.
19. Oscar B. HART, not mounted. 37. Albert BLANCHARD, mounted.
20.John BRADLEY, not mounted.
21. Ossian B. HART, mounted.


Pages 31-32

Muster Roll of Captain Michael Garrison's Mounted Company of the 1st Regiment
2nd Brigade of the Florida Militia, commanded by Col. John Warren, ordered into
service of the United States by His Excellency Governor Call fram the 22nd day
of September 1836 to the 22nd day of January 1837.

Lieutenants BRUTON and HINDLEY with a part of this Company greatly distinguish-
ed themselves at the Battle of San ? on ber 1836 and in several
other services. Also, with a part of the Company, they served in the Batta-
lion under my command in Col. PEARCE's Division and greatly distinguished them-
selves for their soldier-like conduct, particular at the Wahoo Swamp on the









Vol 4, pp 31-32, cont'd

21st of Nov. 1836. /s/ M. J. MILLS, Lt. Col., Can'd 1st Battn, 1st Regt.
Dated April 1837 at Fort Gilliland. Certified a true muster by M. GARRI-
SON, Capt. April 5, 1837 at Fort Gilliland.


1. Michael GARRISON, Captain; 1 servant & 2 horses.
2. David BRUTON, Ist Lieut., 1 servant & 2 horses.
3. Matthew HINDLEY, 2d LIeut, 1 servant & 2 horses.

1. Robert YOUNGBLOOD, 1st Sgt. 1. John GEIGER, Corpl.
2. *John E. HARVILL, Sgt. 2. Joshua MILLER, Corpl.
3. Isaac GARRASON, Sgt. 3. Thomas E. BARRON, Corpl.
4. Richard ZL. GARRASON, Sgt. 4. Robert BIVAN, Corpl.

* Lost his horse in the campaign and procured another.


PRIVATES

1. ADAMS, William 33. HAGUE, John James
2. BATES, Wilson 34. HAGUE, J. R.
3. BATES, Fleming, Sr. 35. HALL (HALE?), James
4. BATES, Fleming, Jr., lost 36. HARVILL, Samuel
his horse in the Withla- 37. HARVILL, Berrian
coochie, procured another. 38. HARVILL, E. M.
5. BATES, Jas.B. 39. HOPE, William
6. BLOCKER, ? 40. HOPE, Henry
7. BRANCH, Britton 41. HORN, Moses
8. BRANCH, John 42. KNIGHT, E. J.
9. ? 43. KNIGHT, George
10. ? 44. KNIGHT, Joseph D.
11. ? 45. KNIGHT, John D.
12. ? 46. KNIGHT, ?
13. BUFFAM, R. V. 47. KNIGHT, Elias
14. BURNETT, James 48. KNIGHT, Britton
15. BURNETT, Jerry, mortally wound- 49. L ? Archibald
ed in action 9/18; died after 50. MILLS, Benjamin
discharge. 51. NORTH, James
16. BURNETT, Saburn 52. OLMSTED, W. S/
17. BURNETT, Samuel 53. PRICE, Spencer?
18. CASH, David C. 54. SHIELDS, James
19. CHRISTIAN, John 55. SMART, ?
20. COLDING, Thomas 56. SMITH, Asa
21. DIXON, John 57. STANDLEY, Jesse
22. ELLIS, Giles W. 58. STANDLEY, John R.
23. GARRISON, Wn. M. 59. STANDLEY, James
24. GARRISON, S. D. 60. STANDLEY, Wm. F.
25. GARRISON, Jos. N. 61. STANDLEY, John
26. GIEGER, Abraham 62. STANDLEY, Seaborn
27. GIEGER, Samuel
28. GIEGER, Enoch.
29. GIEGER, James M., severely wounded in action 9/18/1836.
30. GIBBONS, James
31. HAUGE, James
32. HAGUE, Gideon









Vol. 4, pp 31-32, PRIVATES, Cont'd

63. STANDLEY, John B., lost his 68. WARREN, Joseph
horse in the cove of Withlocochee. 69. WATERS, G ?
64. SUGGS, John 70. WATERS, John
65. TILLMAN, John 71. WATERS, Joseph
66. TOWNSON, J. S., lost his horse 72. WHEELER, H. Z.
in the cove of Withlocochee. 73. WINGATE, Owen
67. TURNER, James

Pages 33-34

Muster Roll of Captain James Green's Company of the 1st Regiment of Florida
Volunteers, commanded by Col. John Warren, received into service of the United
States by Major Gen'l Thos. S. Jessup from the 3d day of August to the 31st day
of December 1837 under Act of Congress approved the 23d May 1836. The Company
was enrolled 3 Aug. 1837 at Jacksonville, by Lt. Waters for 6 months. All
traveled a distance of 80 miles to the place of rendevous and 80 miles home
from pace of discharge.

Certified a true',muster on Dec. 31st 1837 by James Green, Captain, Commanding
the Company. Station: Jacksonville, E. F.

James GREEN, Captain John H. HADDOCK, 1st Lieut.
Joseph LOUTHER, 2d Lieut.

1. John IVEY, 1st Sgt. 3. John SMITH, 3d Sgt.
2. Arthur G. TUCKER, 2d Sgt. 4. Langly BRYANT, 4th Sgt.

1. James HARRIS, 1st Corpl. 3. James BEALL, 3d Corpl.
2. John CREWS, 2d Corpl.

1. Thos. NEEDE, Musician. 2. Joseph TURMAGE (Musician?)

PRIVATES:

1. BEALL, Thomas 22. HADDOCK, Joseph
2. BROWN, Larun 23. HUNT, John M.
3. BROWN, Ezekiel 24. HUNT, James F.
4. BURNEY, James 25. HALL, Zachariah T.
5. CASEY, Abraham 26. KING, Perry
6. CASON, John 27. LOW, Washington
7. CASON, Purnele 28. LEYN, Daniel
8. CASEY, William 29. McCASTER, Patrick
9. CREWS, Elias 30. MIZELLE, Jehu
10. CASON, McGURTY 31. NOBLE, Thomas
11. CREWS, Alexander 32. PEACOCK, Isham
12. CASON, David 33. PETTY, Morida
13. COONER, James 34. PEOPLES, Isham
14. CASSEY, Absolam 35. PETTY, Edward
15. CANADY, William 36. RUSSELL, James
16. DUBERLEY, William 37. RISLY, A. G.
17. DARBY, Daniel 38. ROW, Edmond
18. FRANK, John 39. ROBERTSON, Wiley
19. FLOYD, Isiah 40. SIKES, William
20. HUNT, Floyd 41. STONE, Jackson
21. HIGGENBOTHAM, James 42. stone, James









Vol. 4, pp 33-34, PRIVATES, Cont'd

43. STEPHENS, Nathaniel 48. TYNER, David
44. SLMMERLIN, Daniel 49. TOMPKINS, John
45. STOKES, Burrell T. 50. WIGGINS, Edmond
46. SLADE, Leonard 51. WIGGINS, Jesse
47. STOKES, Albert

DIED: Robert SAUNDERS, 4th Corporal on 2nd December 1837, at Jacksonville.


Page 35:

Muster Roll of Captain James Green's Company of the 1st Regiment, Brigade of
Florida Volunteers, commanded by Colonel John Warren, ordered into service of
the United States by Major Gen'l Thos. L. Jessup from the 3d day of August to
the 2d day of February 1838, under Act of Congress passed 23d May 1836.

This is a hand-drawn muster roll.

Headquarters of,.the Army of the South, St. Augustine, July 7th 1837.
Muster Roll certified to be true by James GREEN, Captain, Cammanding Canpany.
Date: 14th Sept. 1837 Station: Jacksonville, E. F.

1. James GREEN, Captain, 2 horses and 1 servant.
1. John H. HADDOCK, 1st Lieut., 2 horses and 1 servant.
1. Joseph LOWTHER, 2d LIeut., 2 horses and 1 servant.

1. John IVEY, 1st Sergt., a bay mare.
2. Arthur G. TUCKER, 2d Sergt., a bay mare.
3. John SMITH, 3d Sergt., a bay horse.
4. Langley BRYANT, 4th Sergt., a bay horse.

1. James HARRIS, 1st Corpl., a dun horse.
2. John CREWS, 2d Corpl., a brown horse.
3. James BEAL, 3d Corpl., a bay horse, in service from 10 Aug. 1837.
4. Robert SAUNDERS, 4th Corpl., a bay mare.

PRIVATES:

1. BEALL, Thcmas, a bay mare 17. DARBEY, Daniel, a bay horse
2. BROWN, Larun, a bay horse 18. FRANK,John, a black mare
3. BROWN, Ezekiel, a bay horse 19. FLOYD, Isaiah, a bright bay
4. BURNEY, James, a black horse 20. HUNT, Floyd, a sorrel mare
5. CASEY, Abraham, a bay horse 21. HIGGINBOTHAM, James, a sorrel
6. CASON, John, a bay horse stallion
7. CASEY, Purnell, a bay horse 22. HADDOCK, Joseph, a black mare
8. CASEY, William, a sorrel mare 23. HUNT, John M., a sorrel horse
9. CREWS, Elias, a bay mare 24. HUNT, James F., a sorrel horse
10. CASON, McGirty, a brown horse 25. HALL, Zachariah, a bay horse
11. CREWS, Alexander, a sorrel horse 26. KING, Perry, a roan mare
12. CREWS, David, a sorrel mare 27. LOW, Washington, a cream horse
13. COONER, James, a bay horse 28. LEYN, Daniel, a bay mare
14. CASSEY, Absalcm, a rhone mare 29. McCASTER, Patrick, a bay horse
15. CANADY, William, a brown horse 30. MISELLE, Jehu, iron grey mare.
16. DUBERLY, William, a sorrel horse 31. NOBLES, Thomas, a bay horse









Vol. 4, Page 35, PRIVATES, Cont'd

32. PEACOCK, Isam, a gray horse 42. STONE, James, a grey horse
33. PETTY, Morida, a sorrel horse 43. STEPHENS, Nathaniel, a sorrel
34. PEOPLES, Isham, a sorrel mare mare
35. PETTY, Edward, a sorrel horse 44. SUMMERLIN, Daniel, a bay horse
36. RUSSELL, James, a sorrel horse 45. STOKES, Burrelet, a bay horse
37. RISLEY, A. G., a bay horse 46. SLADE, Leonard, a brown horse
38. ROW, Edmond, a sorrel horse 47. STOKES, Albert, a cream horse
39. ROBERTSON, Wiley, a grey mare 48. TYNER, David, a bay horse.
40. SIKES, William, a bay horse 49. TOMPKINS, John, a sorrel horse
41. STONE, Jackson, a bay mare. 50. WIGGINS, Edmond, a bay mare.
51. WIGGINS,Jesse, a sorrel horse.


Pages 36-37

Muster Roll of Lieutenant Celestino Gonzalez's Detachment Company of the 1st
Regiment, 1st Brigade of the Florida Militia, commanded by Brig.-Gen'l Leigh
Reid, ordered into service of the United States by Governor R. K. Call from the
6th day of Marchto the 26th day of March 1937.

Certified a true muster on 25th July 1838 by Celestino Gonzalez, Commanding
the Company. Station: Pensacola, E. F. Certified true the same day and
place by Captain D. H. VINTON, Inspector & Mustering Officer.

Celestino GONZALEZ, 1st Lieut. ? ALICK, Sergeant
Antoine COLLINS, 2nd Lieut., James E. SIMPSON, Sergeant
absent with leave. Joseph GONZALEZ, Corporal
JAMES GONZALES, Corporal

PRIVATES:

1. BONIFAY, Joseph 24. McCLOSKY, J.
2. BALL, Fred. A. 25. RIOBO, Joseph
3. C ? Thcmas 26. RIERA, Antonio
4. COLE, Y ? 27. RISSBERGER, Charles
5. CAMERON, John 28. ROBERTSON, Robert
6. COON, William 29. SUMPTER, S.
7. EASTIN, M. G. 30. STUCKEY, John
8. GAGNET, Joseph 31. STEPHENS, A.
9. GAINES, G. 32. THOMPSON, F.
10. GAINES, William 33. THOMPSON William
11. HUNT, John 34. VASSER, E.
12. HEADINGTON, Elliott 35. WILKINSZ, Charles
13. HALL, H. 36. SUARES, Anselmo
14. HOBBS, M.
15. KELLY, William
16. KELLY, Hanson
17. KNOWLES, John
18. LAWRENCE, A.
19. LAVALLE, Francis
20. MITCHELL, Robt. A.
21. MAURA, Francis
22. MILLIGAN, Robert
23. NORWOOD, J. H.









Vol. 4, cont'd

Pages 38-39

Muster Roll of Captain Elias B. Gould's Company of the Veteran Volunteers of
the Florida Militia, commanded by Capt. E. B. Gould, called into service of the
United States by Maj. Gen'l Thos. L. Jesup from the 17th day of July to the
17th day of September 1837.

Certified a true muster on 18 September 1827 by E. B. Gould, Captain,
Commanding the Company. Station: St. Augustine, E. F. Also certified by
Captain H. Brown, Inspector & Mustering Officer.

1. Elias B. GOULD, Captain 3. Francis ROGERO, 2d Lieut.
2. John B. ANDREU, 1st Lieut.

1. Laurence ANDREU, 1st Sgt. 3. James ARNAU, 3d Sgt.
2. Ramon ROGERO, 2d Sgt. 4. Bartolcmew MASTERS, Senr, 4th Sgt.

1. George GIANOPLE, 1st Corp. 3. Vicente PACETTY, 3d Corp.
2. Joseph MASTERS, 2s Corp. 4. Peter CERCOPOLY, 4th Corp.

1. William B. CLARKE, Drummer 2. George P. CLARKE, Fifer

PRIVATES:

1. Antonio ANDREU, Junr. 31. George LIPP
2. Francis ANDREU 32. Augustine LOPEZ
3. Joseph ANDREU 33. William MAYNARD
4. Michael ANDREU, sick 34. Joseph MAS
5. Rafael ANDREU 35. Antonio POMAR
6. Joseph J. ANDREU 36. Joseph PACETTY, Senr.
7. John ANDREU, sick 37. Joseph PACETTY, Junr.
8. Damingo ACOSTA 38. John PONCE
9. Jacob BOQUARDEZ 39. Peter SEGUI
10. Manuel BARRANCO, sick 40. John SEGUI
11. Joseph BARBARA 41 Lewis STEEL
12. Gabriel CAPO 42. William STRUM?
13. Gabriel CAPO, Junr. 43. Peter TROPE
14. John CAPO 44. Francis TRIAY
15. Mathias CAPELLO 45. Peter TRIAY
16. Peter CAPELLO 46. Geronimo TRIAY, died on the night
17. Rafael CANOVIS of 25th Aug., leaving a widow and
18. William COATES two children.
19. William G. DAVIS 47. John THOMAS, sick.
20. Archibald GOULD 48. Dcmingo USINA
21. James M. GOULD
22. Diego HERNANDEZ Rafael XIMENEZ (not numbered)
23. Jos: HERNANDEZ Andrea XIMENEZ (not numbered)
24. Isaac HUFFMANN
25. Daniel HURLBURT No.30: Transferred from Capt. Hanson
26. Bartolomew LOPEZ, sick 10 Aug. in place of Matthew LONG
27. Francis GENOVAR who joined the Company 25th July
28. Jos: A. LLAMBIAS and was transferred to Capt. H
29. Mathias LAWRENCE Company on the 10th of Aug. by or-
30. *Isidore LYNCH der of Col. HARNEY









Vol. 4, cont'd

Pages 40-41

Muster Roll of Captain Elias B. Gould's Company of Veteran Volunteers, com-
manded by ordered into service of the United States by Major
General Thos. L. Jesup fran the 17th day of September to the 17th day of
November 1837.

Certified a true muster by E. B. Gould, Captain, Commanding the Company and
by H. Brown, Captain, Inspector & Mustering Officer.
Date: 17th November 1837
Station: St. Augustine, E. F.

Elias B. GOULD, Captain Lawrence ANDREU, 1st Sergt.
John R. ANDREU, 1st Lieut. Ramon ROGERO, 2d Sergt.
Francis ROGERO, 2d LIeut. James ARNOW, 3d Sergt.
Bartolano MASTERS, Sr., 4th Sergt.

George GIANOPLE, 1st Corp. Peter CERCOPOLY, 4th Corp.
Joseph MASTERS, '2d Corp. William B. CLARKE, Drummer
Vicente PACETTY, 3d Corp. George P. CLARKE, Fifer

PRIVATES:

1. Antonio ANDREU, Junr. 32. Joseph MAS
2. Francis ANDREU 33. Antonio POMAR
3. William ANDREU 34. Joseph PACETTY, Senr.
4. Michael ANDREU 35. Andreas PACETTY. 3d
5. Rafael ANDREU 36. John PONCE
6. Joseph J. ADREU 37. Peter SEGUI
7. John ANDREU 38. John SEGUI, substituted for
8. Daningo ACOSTA Lewis STEEL
9. Jacob BOQUARDEZ 39. Jesse SAUNDERS, substituted
10. Manuel BARRANCO for Isaac HOFFMAN
11. Joseph BARBARA 40. Benjamin T. STARKE, substitu-
12. Gabriel CAPO, Senr. ted for William G. DAVIS
13. Gabriel CAPO, Junr. 41. Herman POGINBERG
14. John CAPO 42. Peter TROPE
15. Matthias CAPELLO 43. Francis TRIAY
16. Peter CAPELLO 44. John THOMAS, died on day of
17. Rafael CANOVIS September 1837.
18. William STRUM 45. Peter TRIAY
19. Archibald F. GOULD 46. Antonio ANDREU, substituted for
20. James M. GOULD Dcmingo USINA
21. Diego HERNANDEZ 47. Andrew XIMENES
22. Joseph HERNANDEZ 48. Rafael XIMENES
23. Daniel HURLBURT 49. William COATES
24. Bartolano LOPEZ
25. Ignacio LOPEZ
26. Joseph A. LLAMBIAS
27. Matthias LAURENCE
28. Isidore LYNCH, trans.
from Capt. HANSON's Co.
29. George LIPP
30. Augustine LOPEZ
31. William MAYNARD









Vol. 4, cont'd

Pages 42-43

Muster Roll of Captain Elias B. Gould's Company of the Florida Militia, com-
manded by Captain E. B. Gould, ordered into service of the United States by
Major Gen'l Thos. L. Jesup fran the 17th day of July 1837 to the 17th day of
January 1838.

Certified on honor to be a true muster by E. B. Gould, Captain, Commanding
the Canpany. Date: 5th August 1837. Station: St. Augustine, E. F.
Also certified by L. B. Webster, Captain, Inspector & Mustering Officer on
the 29th day of July 1837.

1. Elias B. GOULD, Captain 1. Laurence ANDREU, 1st Sergt.
2. John R. ANDREU, 1st Lieut. 2. Ramon ROHERO, 2d Sergt.
3. Francis ROHERO, 2d Lieut. 3. James ARNOU, 3d Sergt.
4. Bartolomo MASTERS, Sr., 4th Sergt.

1. George GIANOPLE, 1st Corp. 1. William B. CLARKE, Drummer
2. Joseph MASTERS, 2d Corp. 2. George P. CLARKE, Fifer
3. Vicente PASETTY, 3d Corp.
4. Peter CERCOPOLY, 4th Corp.

PRIVATES

1. Antonio ANDREU, Jr. 32. George LIPP
2. Joseph ANDREU 33. Joseph MAS
3. Joseph T. ANDREU 34. William MAYNARD
4. John ANDREU 35. John PONCE
5. Michael ANDREU 36. Antonio POMAR
6. Rafael ANDREU 37. Joseph PASETTY, Sr.
7. Francis ANDREU 38. Andreas PASETTY, 3d
8. Daningo ACOSTA 39. Peter SEGUI
9. Joseph BARBARA 40. John SEGUI
10. Jacob BOQUARDEZ 41. Lewis STEEL
11. Manuel BARRANCO 42. Peter TROPE
12. Gabriel CAPO, Sr. 43. Francis TRIAY
13. Gabriel CAPO, Jr. 44. Geronimo TRIAY
14. John CAPO 45. Peter TRIAY
15. Matthias CAPELLO 46. John THOMAS
16. Peter CAPELLO 47. Domingo USINA
17. Rafael CANOVIS 48. Andrew XIMENES
18. William STRUM 49. Rafael XIMENES
19. William G. DAVIS 50. William COATES
20. James M. GOULD
21. Archibald GOULD
22. Daniel HURLBURT
23. Diego HERNANDEZ
24. Joseph HERNANDEZ
25. Isaac HOFEMAN
26. Augustine LOPEZ
27. Bartolomo LOPEZ
28. Francis LLENOVAR
29. Joseph A. LLAMBIAS
30. Matthias LAWRENCE
31. Matthew LONG









Vol. 4, cont'd

Pages 44-45

Muster Roll of Captain E. B. Gould's Company of the 1st Regiment, Florida
Volunteers, commanded by Col. J. Warren, received into the service of the
United States by Maj. Gen'l Thos. C. Jesup, Commander of the Army of the South
from the 17th day of November to the 1st day of January 1838. NOTE: The Cam-
pany was enrolled on 17th July 1837 at St. Augustine, E. F., by Capt. L. B.
Webster.

Certified a true muster by E. B. Gould, Captain, Commanding the Company.
Date: January 1, 1838. Station: St. Augustine. Also certified by E. A.
CAP_ ?, LIeut. 1st Arty, Inspector & Mustering Officer.

1. Elias B. GOULD, Captain
2. John R. ANDREW, 1st Lieut.
3. Francis ROHERO, 2d Lieut.

1. Lawrence ANDREW, 1st Sgt. 1. Rafael XIMENES, Corpl., pro-.
2. Ramon ROGERO, 2d Sgt. moted from Pvt to Corpl 11/17
3. James ARNOU, 3d Sgt., to pay 1837.
for 1 gunsling 8 cents. 2. Joseph MASTERS, Corpl., to pay
4. George GIANOPLE, 4th Sgt., promoted for 1 gunsling, 8 cents
fran Corpl. to Sgt., 11/17/1837 3. Vicente PASETTY, Corpl.
4. Peter CIRCOPOLY, 4th Corpl.,
to pay for 1 gunsling, 8 cents.

1. William B. CLARKE, Drunmer
2. George P. CLARKE, Fifer

PRIVATES

1. Francis ANDREW 18. James M. GOULD, to pay for 1
2. Michael ANDREW pick & brush, 11 cents.
3. Rafael ANDREW, to pay for 1 19. Diego HERNANDEZ
gunsling, 8 cents. 20. Joseph HERNANDEZ
4. Joseph J. ANDREW 21. Daniel HULBURT, to pay for 1
5. John ANDREW pick & brush, 11 cents.
6. Doningo ACOSTA, to pay for 22. Bartolo LOPEZ, to pay for 1
1 pick & brush, 11 cents. pick & brush, 11 cents.
7. Jacob BOQUARDEZ, to pay for 23. Ignacio LOPEZ, to pay for 1
1 gunsling, 8 cents. gunsling, 8 cents.
8. Manuel BARRANCO 24. Joseph A. LLAMBIAS
9. Joseph BARBARA 25. Matthias LAWRENCE, to pay for
10. Gabriel CAPO, Sen., to pay 1 gunsling, 8 cents.
for 1 gunsling, 8 cents. 26. Isidor LYNCH, to pay for 1
11. Gabriel CAPO, Jun. wiper, 8 cents.
12. John CAPO, to pay for 1 27. George LIPP, to pay for 1 gun-
gunsling, 8 cents. sling, 8 cents.
13. Matthias CAPELLA 28. Augustine LOPEZ
14. Peter CAPELLA, to pay for a 29. William MAYNARD
screwdriver & wiper, 20 cents. 30. Joseph MAS, absent on detached
15. Rafael CANOVIS service
16. William COATES 31. Antonio POMAR
17. Archibald F. GOULD, to pay for 32. Joseph PASETTY, Senr.
1 pick, brush & gunsling 19 33. Andreas PASETTY, Junr., to pay
cents. for 1 gunsling, 8 cents.








Vol. 4, pp 44-45, PRIVATES, cont'd


34. John PONCE 40. Benjamin STARKE
35. Herman POGENBERG, sick 41. Peter TROPE
36. Peter SEGUI 42. Francis TRIAY
37. John SEGUI 43. Peter TRIAY
38. William STENN, to pay for a 44. Andreas XIMENES
screwdriver, 7 cents. 45. Antonio ANDREW, 1st
39. Jesse SAUNDERS 46. Antonio ANDREW, 2d


Discharged: Bartolo MASTERS, Sgt., 17 Nov. 1837, St. Augustine.
Died: John THOMAS, Pvt., 21 Sept. 1837, St. Augustine.


Pages 46-47

Muster Roll of Captain William Haddock's Company of the 4th Regiment, 2nd Bri-
gade of the Florida Militia, commanded by Col. Warren, ordered into service of
the United States by Brig.-Gen'l Hernandez from the 10th day of November 1835
to the 5th day of March 1836.

The muster was certified to be true by William Haddock, Captain, Commanding the
Company; also by Inspector & Mustering Officer (name illigible).
Date: 11 August 1836. Station: Jacksonville, E. F.

1. William TURNER, Captain, 11/10/1835
2. William HADDOCK, Captain, 1/15/1836
3. William HADDOCK, Ist Lieut., 11/10/1835
4. John H HADDOCK, 1st Lieut., 1/15/1836.
5. Alexander HADDOCK, 2d Lieut., 11/10/1835.
6. James GREEN, 2d Lieut., 1/15/1836.
7. John H. HADDOCK, 3d Lieut., 11/10/1835.
8. James SPARKMAN, 3d Lieut., 1/15/1836.
9. Daniel DALY, 3d Lieut., 2/22/1836.

1. John JONES, 1st. Sergt., 11/10/1835.
2. Robert WILLIAMS, 1st Sergt., 2/5/1836.
3. John PEOPLES, Sergt., 11/10/1835.
4. Isaac WINGATE, Sergt.
5. Jefferson GODWIN, Sergt.

1. William VAUGHAN, Corporal.
2. John VILLALONGA, Corporal; deserted Jan. 15th, 1836.
3. William WINGATE, Corporal.
4. Jacob GEIGER, Corporal.

PRIVATES

1. William WILKIE 8. James HIGGINBOTHAM
2. Nathaniel W ? 9. Robert WILLIAMS
3. John NETTLES 10. Phineas WILDS
4. John SAULS 11. David BRADDOCK
5. James TYSON 12. Jesse LONG
6. John HIGGINBOTHAM 13. Thomas JONES
7. Felix GEIGER 14. Stephen FERNANDEZ, deserted
Jan. 15th, 1836.









Vol. 4, pp 46-47, PRIVATES, cont'd


15. Ezekiel BROWN 22. James PI ?
16. Charles WILD 23. E. R. ALBERTI
17. Daniel DALY 24. James BESSENT
18. Owen WINGATE 25. James SPARKMAN
19. Timothy HARRIS? 26. B. L. LOWTHER
20. James WILSON 27. William NORT ?
21. Lewis BAILEY 28. Onesinus? FUTCH


Pages 48-49

Muster Roll of Captain William Haddock's Company of the Ist Regiment, Florida
Volunteers, commanded by Col. John Warren, ordered into service of the United
States by Gen. Thos. L. Jessup, Commander of the Army of the South, from the
18th day of September to the 19th day of December 1837.

Certified a true muster for the period "herein mentioned" by William HADDOCK,
Captain, Commanding the Company. Date: December 19th, 1837. Station: Jack-
sonville, E. F. Also certified a true muster by Jno. H. Warren, Inspector &
Mustering Officer.

1. William HADDOCK, Captain, and negroe servant, Sampson.
1. Robert WILLIAMS, 1st Lieut., and negroe servant, Tanm.
1. D. N. CONE, 2d Lieut., and negroe servant, Tim.

1. William H. WILLIAMS, 1st Sgt., absent sick, arms accounted for.
2. Johnathan TURNER, 2d Sgt.
3. James THOMPSON, 3d Sgt., rifle & accout'rs turned over to Orderly Officer
at St. Augustine.
4. Archibald HOGANS, 4th Sergt.

1. Isaac HARVEY, 1st Corporal.
2. Nimrod ROBINSON, 2d Corp., rifle & accout'rs turned over to Orderly
Officer at St. Augustine.
3. Benj. OGLESBY, 3d Corporal; furnished his own arms.

1. Samuel RUSSEL, Musician, absent sick, arms not accounted for.
2. Isaac T. WILLIAMS, Musician, absent sick, arms not accounted for.

PRIVATES

1. BEASLEY, John 8. CONWAY, Ephraim, accouterments
2. BENNETT, Hiram turned in, rifle at St. Aug.
3. BARBER, William, absent sick, 9. COMBS, George
arms not accounted for. 10. COMBS, John
4. BARBER, Moses, horse killed in 11. CANADAY, John
Aug., by whom unknown. 12. EVERLING?, Thos. C.
5. BEASLEY, Nathan, absent sick, 13. DAVIS, Samuel
arns not accounted for. 14. DOBSON, Josiah
6. BRADDOCK, Aldridge, horse died 15. DAVIS, Thomas
from disease contracted in 16. ENNIS, John, horse died from
the service. disease contracted in service
7. BRADDOCK, Alex'n, absent sick, 17. ELLIS, Jiles T. B.
furnished his own arms.









Vol. 4, pp 48-49, PRIVATES, cont'd


18. GREEN, John C., arms at St. 34. MURRY, Richard, horse died in
Augustine; horse died. service.
19. GREEN, John T., arms at St. 35. RUSSEL, John, arms not ac-
Augustine. counted for.
20. HOGAN, William A. 36. RUSSEL, Samuel
21. HARRISON, Henry, horse died of 37. SWIT, Abner
disease contracted in ser- 38. STERLIN, William
vice. 39. SAULS, John
22. HINES, Isaac 40. SIKES, John
23. HISLER, George, arms turned 41. SWIT, Samuel R.
in at Jacksonville. 42. THOMAS, Benj'm, arms at St.
24. HODGES, Samuel, arms turned Augustine depot.
in at Jacksonville. 43. THOMAS, James, substitute in
25. JOHNSON, Erick, arms at St. Capt. GREEN's Company
Augustine depot. 44. THOMPSON, John, rifle lost
26. JERNIGAN, Isaac, arms turned 45. WHITMORE, Charles
in at Jacksonville. 46. WILLIAMS, Anderson
27. JERNIGAN, Aron, arms at St. 47. WILLIAMS, Robin? Rohn?, ab-
Augustine depot. sent, arms not accounted for
28. JLADO? ILADO?, Gideon 48. WILLIAMS, William, absent,
29. JOHNS, Riley, arms turned in arms not accpounted for
at Jacksonville. 49. WILLIAMS, John D., absent
30. JOHNSON, John M. with leave.
31. MINCY, Willoughby 50. VANZANT, Garrett, horse died
32. McDONALD, Alexander from disease contracted
33. MURRY, William in service.


Pages 50-51

Muster Roll of Captain William Haddock's Company of the 1st Regiment, Brigade
of the Florida Militia, commanded by Col. John Warren, ordered in service of
the United States by Gen. Thos. Jessup, Commander in Charge, Florida, from the
19th day of June 1837 to the 18th day of December 1837, under Act of Congress
approved 23rd of May 1836.

Muster Roll certified to be true by W. Haddock, Captain, Commanding Canpany.
and by Geo. WATSON, Lt., USA, Muster Officer. Date: 19th July 1837. Station:
Jacksonville, E. F.

1. William HADDOCK, Capt; two horses and 1 servant.
2. Robert WILLIAMS, 1st Lieut., two horses, 1 servant.
3. D. N. CONE, 2d Lieut., two horse, 1 servant.

1. William WILLIAMS, 1st Sgt., a sorrel horse.
2. Johnathan TURNER, 2d Sgt., a black horse.
3. James THOMPSON, 3d Sgt., a sorrel horse.
4. Archibald HOGANS, 4th Sgt., a black horse.

1. Isaac HARVEY, 1st Corp., a bay horse.
2. Nimrod ROBERSON, 2d Corp., a sorrel mare.
3. Benjamin OGLESBY, 3d Corp., a bay horse.
4. John HOGANS, 4th Corp., a bay horse.









Vol. 4, pp 50-51, cont'd

1. Samuel RUSSEL, Junr., Musician, 1 black horse.
2. Isaac T. WILLIAMS, Musician, 1 bay horse.

PRIVATES

1. BEASLEY, John, chestnut horse. 26. JERNEGAN, Isaac, sorrel horse
2. BENIT, Hiram, bay horse. 27. JERNEGAN, Aaron, sorrel mare
3. BARBER, Wm., sorrel horse. 28. JLADO, Gideon, gray horse.
4. BARBER, Moses, black mare. 29. JOHNS, Riley, bay horse.
5. BEASLEY, Nathan, bay horse. 30. JOHNSON, John M., black horse.
6. BRADDOCK, Aldridge, gray horse. 31. MINCY, Wilaby, bay horse
7. BRADDOCK, Alex., cream horse. 32. McDONALD, Alexander, sorrel horse.
8. CONAWAY, Ephraim, sorrel horse. 33. MURRY, William, black mare.
9. COMBS, George, bay horse. 34. MURRY, Richard, bay horse.
10. COMBS, John, sorrel horse. 35. RUSSELL, John, bay horse.
11. CANADY, John, bay mare. 36. RUSSELL, Samuel, bay horse.
12. OOLDING, Thos.D., sorrel mare. 37. SWIT (SURT?), Abner W., bay mare.
13. DAVIS, Samuel, bay horse. 38. STERLIN, William, sorrel horse.
14. DOBSON, Josiah, bay horse. 39. SAULS, John, bay mare.
15. DAVIS, Thomas, bay horse. 40. SIKES, John, gray horse.
16. ENNIS, John, sorrel horse. 41. SWIT (SURT?), Sam'1 R., bay mare.
17. ELLIS, Jiles T. B., bay horse. 42. THOMAS, Benj'm, sorrel horse.
18. GREEN, John C., bay horse. 43. THOMAS, James, sorrel horse.
19. GREEN, John T., bay horse. 44. THOMPSON, John, cream horse.
20. HOGANS, Willia A., bay mare. 45. WILLIAMS, Anderson, sorrel horse.
21. HARRISON, Henry, bay horse. 46. WHITMORE, Charles, bay horse.
22. HINES, Isaac, sorrel horse. 47. WILLIAMS, Robin/Rohn?, bay horse.
23. HISLER, George, black horse. 48. WILLIAMS, William, bay mare.
24. HOGES, Samuel, gray mare. 49. WILLIAMS, John D., sorrel mare.
25. JOHNSON, Erick, bay mare. 50. VANZANT, Garrett, roan horse.


Pages 52-53

Muster Roll of Captain Hiram Hall's Company of the Regiment, Brigade
of the Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Maj? W. J. Bailey, ordered into
service of the Territory of Florida by Governor R. K. Call from the 10th day of
December 1839 to the 10th day of March 1840.

Certified a true muster (at discharge) by Hiram Hall, Captain, Commanding the
Company. (Date not readable) Also certified by S. Churchill, Maj., 3d Arty.
Inspector & Mustering Officer. Date: 19 Jan. 1843? Camp Pleasant.

NOTE: This muster roll was very faint and difficult to read. Company was
enrolled at Camp Pleasant, E. F.

1. Hiram HALL, Captain. 1. Edward J. BOYET, 1st Sgt.
2. John OSTEEN, 1st Lieut. 2. John P. W. HIX, Sgt.
3. William ALMAND, 2d Lieut. 3. James McLEOD, Sgt.
4. Morris GIDDINS, Sgt.

1. James S. HOWARD, Corp. 3. Jesse P. HAVIS, Corp.
2. Demnpsey HARREL, Corp. 4. Samuel GRANGER, Corp.









Vol. 4, pp 52-53, cont'd

PRIVATES

1. ALIMAN, Thomas 28. JERNIGAN, William
2. ALTMAN, James 29. JOHNSON, George
3. ARNOLD, George 30. MALDEN, Samuel
4. BOYET, James 31. MARTIN, James
5. BOYET, Edward 32. McLEOD, Archibald
6. BULL, Richard 33. McRANEY, John
7. BERTON, Berry 34. NICHOLS, Thomas
8. BENNETT, John R. 35. PATTERSON, John
9. BUTTERWORTH, Jeremiah 36. ROACH, Josiah R.
10. CALLOWAY, John 37. SKIPPER, Nelson
11. ELLIS, George 38. STUART, William
12. FAIRCLOTH, Allen D. 39. STRICKLAND, Stephen
13. FAIRCLOTH, Allen 40. STRICKLAND, John D.
14. GRANTHAM, Joel 41. SESSIONS, Lewey N.
15. GRANTHAM, John 42. SWEET, John
16. GRANTHAM, James 43. THOMPSON, James
17. GOLDEN, Andrew 44. TYLER, Hansford
18. GODWIN, Obediah 45. TYSON, Henry
19. GODWIN, Wilson 46. VICKERS, Drewry
20. HERRING, James F. 47. VICKERS, David
21. HERAN, Charles 48. VARN?. William T.
22. HALL, Elijah B. 49. WALKER, Wiley
23. HARSK?, Abraham 50. WILLIAMS, Hosea
24. HARREL, Abner 51. WALKER, James N.
25. HINTON, Woodward 52. WHEATLEY, John
26. HUNTER, J. A. 53. WOOD, Wiley W.
27. HOLDER, Daniel



Pages 54,55,56 and 57

Muster Roll of Captain Hiram Hall's Company of the 1st Regiment of the Florida
Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. Wn. J. Bailey, ordered into the service of
the United States by Brig.-Gen'l W. K. Armistead from the 3rd day of August
1840 to the 3rd day of November 1840. The Company travelled 60 miles to the
place of rendezvous.

Certified a true muster by Hiram Hall, Capt., Cammanding the Company, and by
Maj. S. Churchill, Maj., 3rd Arty, Inspector and Mustering Officer.
Date: August 3d, 1840. Station: Camp Gamble.

1. Hiram HALL, Captain 1. A. T. HUNTER, 1st Sgt.
2. John OSTEEN, 1st Lieut. 2. George ELLIS, Sgt.
3. William ALMAND, 2d Lieut. 3. Maris GIDDENS, Sgt.
4. Jeremiah BUTTERWORTH, Sgt.

1. Samuel GRANGER, Corporal
2. Charles OHARO (OHARRA), Corporal
3. James N. WALKER, Corporal
4. Andrew GOLDEN, Corporal, died in Ga. Oct. 7.









Vol. 4, pp 54,55,56, & 57 cont'd:


1. Edward J. BOYET, Bugler
2. Jackson A. LLOYD, "

PRIVATES

1. ALTMAN, James 49. SESSIONS, Lucy M.
2. ALTMAN, Thomas 50. STEWART, William
3. ARNOLD, George 51. SWEAT, John
4. BURNETT, John R. 52. SLADE, Elisha
5. BOYET, James 53. SLADE, Stephen
6. BOYET, Nathan 54. SLALUHTER, Jonathan
7. BERKTON (BECKTON), Berry 55. STONE, Richard
8. CALLAWAY, (CALOWAY) John 56. THOMPSON, James A.
9. CARY, James 57. TYLOR, Hansford D.
10. CONDULARY, Peter 58. THOMPSON, Street
11. FARECLOTH, (FAIRCLOTH) Allen D. 59. VICKERS, William
12. GODWIN, Wilson 60. VICKERS, Drury
13. GODWIN, Obediah 61. VICKERS, Jackson
14. GRANDHAM, Huey 62. VICKERS, Vincent
15. HARRELL, Dempsey 63. VICKERS, Richard
16. HARRELL, Abner 64. VICKREY, David
17. HARRELL, Furney 65. WHEATHLY, John
18. HOWARD, James, absent without 66. WILSON, Simon
leave since 10/1 67. WILLIAMS, Hosea
19. HURK, Abraham 68. HIDDEN (WHIDDEON), Noah
20. HERRIN, James T.
21. HERRIN, Charles
22. HILL, Green
23. HILL, Reuben
24. HADDIN, Armstead
25. HICKS, John W. P.
26. HINTON, Woodward
27. JOHNSON, George
28. JONES, Mathew
29. KING, Nathan C.
30. KING, William
31. KING, Thomas
32. KOCH, Charles
33. LAURENCE, George
34. LLOYD, LaFayett
35. LLOYD, Christopher C.
36. MARTIN, James
37. MARTIN, Reuben C.
38. MINCER, David
39. MOODY, Pereman
40. MONKS, Christopher
41. NESMITH, Elander
42. NESMITH, Charles R.
43. NESMITH, Thomas
44. NEWMAN, Dickson (Dixon)
45. PIGG, Travis
46. PIPKIN, Amos
47. PATTERSON, John
48. ROACH, Josiah R.









Vol. 4, cont'd:

Pages 58-59

Muster Roll of Lieut. Henry Ham's Detachment of the 2nd Regiment, 2nd Brigade
of the East Florida Mounted Volunteers, commanded by Colonel William J. Mills,
entered into service of the United States on Requisition of Major General Thos.
S. Jessup to serve for 6 months, unless sooner discharged.
Detachment was enrolled 16th June 1837 at Fort Crane.

NOTE: This is a hand-drawn muster roll. Certified a true muster by Lieut.
Henry Harn and also certified a true muster by W. WALL, Lieut., U.S.A.
Dated: 19th December 1837, Fort Crane.


1. Henry HARN, 1st Lieut., with 1 black servant, Nelson.
2. David C. CASH, 2d Lieut.

1. James LANIER, 1st Sgt. 4. Chesly HILL, 2d Corporal
2. Anthony IVY, 2d Sgt. 5. Abraham DANIELS, 3d Corporal
3. Henry PENDINGTON, 1st Corporal 6. Enoch DANIELS, 4th Corporal

PRIVATES

1. ALLEN, Monday 21. LANIER, Isaac
2. CRUM, David 22. MOONEY, Alfred
3. CRUM, John 23. MATHEWS, Francis
4. CLARKE, Asa 24. MORGAN, Sollamon
5. DANIELS, Win, Jr. 25. OLMSTEAD, G. F.
6. DANIELS, Wiley 26. PINNER, John
7. DANIELS, Win, Sr. 27. PILES, Sam'l R.
8. DANIELS, Gadsden 28. PILES, James
9. DILL, William 29. RAWLS, George
10. FRYEMOUTH, Moes 30. STAFFORD, J. M.
11. GARRISON, J. N. 31. SIMONS, Adam
12. HODGES, Simon 32. STANDLEY, John R.
13. HALL, James 33. SANCHEZ, George
14. JOHNSON, Simpson 34. STOUT, O. F.
15. JOHNSON, Vinson 35. SMITH, Thomas, absent, sick
16. JOHNSON, Kendrick 36. TUCKER, Pleasant P.
17. JOHNSON, Jackson 37. TURNER, William
18. JOHNSON, Henry P. 38. WALKER, James
19. KEMP, James 39 WOOD, John
20. LANIER, John


Pages 60-61

Muster Roll of Lieut. Henry Ham's Detachment of the 2nd Regiment, 2nd Brigade
o the East Florida Mounted Volunteers, commanded by Col. W. J. Mills, ordered
into service of the United States by Maj. Gen'l Thos. Jesup from the 16th day
of June 1837 to the 19th day of December 1837.

The muster was certified by Henry Harn, Lieut., commanding the Company and by
S. Churchill, Maj. Arty. Date: 19 December 1837. Station: Ft. Gilliland,
Florida.









Vol. 4, pp 60-61, cont'd

The Company of Lieut. Henry Harn was enrolled at Fort Crane, E. F., by
Lieut. W. Wall.

1. Henry HARN, 1st Lieut., 1 servant, Nelson.
2. David C. CASH, 2d Lieut.; 1 servant, Hall; horse diseased by glanders and
shot Dec. 5 by order of Gen. Jesup.

1. James LANIER, 1st Sgt.; horse diseased by glanders and shot Dec. 5 by or-
der of Gen. Jesup.
2. Anthony IVY, Sergt.

1. Henry PENNINGTON, Corporal 3. Abraham DANIELS, Corporal
2. Chesly HILL, Corporal 4. Enoch DANIELS, Corporal

PRIVATES

1. ALLEN, Monday 23. MATTHEWS, Francis
2. CRUM, David 24. MORGAN, Solomon
3. CRUM, John' 25. OLMSTED, George F.
4. CLARK, Asa 26. PINNER, John, horse diseased,
5. DANIELS, William, Sen. and shot Dec. 5.
6. DANIELS, Wile 27. PILES, Samuel R.y
7. DANIELS, William, Jun. 28. PILES, James
8. DANIELS, Gadsden 29. RAWLS, George
9. DILL, William 30. STAFFORD, John M.
10. FRYMOUTH, Moses 31. SIMONS, Adam
11. GARRISON, Joseph N. 32. STANDLEY, John R.
12. HODGES, Simon 33. SANCHEZ, George
13. HALL, James 34. STOUT, O. F., sick at Fort
14. JOHNSON, Simpson Hartler?; horse diseased and
15. JOHNSON, Vinson shot.
16. JOHNSON, Kendrick 35. SMITH, Thomas
17. JOHNSON, Jackson 36. TUCKER, Pleasant P.
18. JACKSON, Henry P. 37. TURNER, William
19. KEMP, James 38. WALKER, James
20. LANIER, John 39. WOODS, John
21. LANIER, Isaac
22. MOONEY, Alfred




Pages 62-63

Muster Roll of Captain Lucius A. Hardee's Company of thte 1st Regiment of Flor-
ida Mounted Volunteers, commanded by Colonel Samuel St. G. Rogers, called into
service of the United States by the President from the 20th day of July 1857
for six months.

The Company was mustered into service at Ocala, Fla., for 6 months by Lt. S. D.
Lee, 4th Artillery. The muster was certified at the same place and date by
Lucius A. Hardee, Captain, ccnmanding the company.










Vol. 4, pp 62-63, cont'd

NOTE: Number following name indicates age stated of that man.

1. Lucius A. HARDEE, Captain, 28.
2. Aaron W. DACOSTA, 1st Lieut.,33.
3. John D. HADDOCK, 2d Lieut., 24.

1. John BORMAN, 1st Sergt., 34. 3. Charles TYLER, Sgt., 26.
2. Wm. McQ. SAUNDERS, Sgt., 21. 4. Benj. F. PRIEST, Sgt., 25.

1. David W. FOUNTAIN, Cpl, 53. 3. John C. WILLIAMSON, Cpl, 20.
2. John G. ANDERSON, Cpl, 21. 4. Dempsey CAIN, Cpl, 26.

1. Camilo ANDREAU, Bugler, 19.
2. William O'NEIL, Bugler, 19.
1. James B. LOYD, Farrier, 23.

PRIVATES

1. ALEXANDER, Charles C., 24. 38. RYALS, Abel, 40.
2. BECK, William J., 32. 39. SAX, George, 28.
3. BLACK, William, 43. 40. SMITH, James P., 19.
4. BOX, John S., 25. 41. SMITH, John B., 45.
5. BRINSON, John A., 37. 42. SMITH, Jerneiah B., 23.
6. BROWN, Jerone, 30. 43. SMITH, William, 18.
7. BUSH, Downing, 22. 44. SWEAT, Henry M., 22.
8. OOTHRAN, Solomon, 22. 45. TURNER, Owen, 26.
9. COX, James M., 22. 46. TYSON, John E., 22.
10. CREWS, Alexander, 30. 47. WARREN, James C., 23.
11. CREWS, Harley J., 19. 48. WEST, Edwin, 24.
12. CREWS, Samuel D., 24. 49. WEST, William, 26.
13. EADY, James L., 25. 50. WILKINSON, John, 18.
14. EDGE, Seaborn, 35.
15. FETNER, John Z., 29. The following were enrolled on 8th Aug.
16. FITZPATRICK, Michael, 33. by Lieut. HADDOCK:
17. GARDNER, James H., 19.
18. GORDON, Cristie, 29. 1. McDOUGALD, Archibald, 50.
19. HUDNALL, James, 21. 2. HAGANS, David, 23.
20. JAMES, Lloyd, 25. 3. OSTEEN, William, 30.
21. JONES, James C. C., 22. 4. SMITH, Hutchison, 23.
22. JORDAN, Henry F., 20. 5. MIXON, David, 18.
23. JORDAN, William W., 19. 6. NORMAN, Daniel G. W., 23.
24. KOLP, Lewis, 25. 7. CONWAY, William, 23.
25. LEFILS, Armand, 27. 8. WILSON, William, 32.
26. LLOYD, John F., 22. 9. WILSON, John, 18.
27. LOWE, Columbus, 23. 10. WEEKS, James A., 32.
28. LOWE, Wesley, 18. 11. BOOTHE, William, 32.
29. MITCHELL, William, 40 12. BRADLEY, Perry, 22.
30. MORRISON, James M., 21. 13. DOUGLASS, Robert, 23.
31. MORRISON, Robert A., 22. 14. BRADLEY, John, 20.
32. NORTON, Lewis, 55. 15. NORMAN, John, 22.
33. O'NEIL, Henry, 46. 16. ROBERTS, Josiah, 20.
34. READING, Wade H., 31. 17. WEST, James C., 24.
35. ROBERTS, Francis M., 26.
36. ROEW, John, 30.
37. ROSS, Francis, 22.








Vol. 4, pp 31-32, PRIVATES, Cont'd

63. STANDLEY, John B., lost his 68. WARREN, Joseph
horse in the cove of Withlocochee. 69. WATERS, G ?
64. SUGGS, John 70. WATERS, John
65. TILLMAN, John 71. WATERS, Joseph
66. TOWNSON, J. S., lost his horse 72. WHEELER, H. Z.
in the cove of Withlocochee. 73. WINGATE, Owen
67. TURNER, James

Pages 33-34

Muster Roll of Captain James Green's Company of the 1st Regiment of Florida
Volunteers, commanded by Col. John Warren, received into service of the United
States by Major Gen'l Thos. S. Jessup fran the 3d day of August to the 31st day
of December 1837 under Act of Congress approved the 23d May 1836. The Company
was enrolled 3 Aug. 1837 at Jacksonville, by Lt. Waters for 6 months. All
traveled a distance of 80 miles to the place of rendevous and 80 miles home
from pace of discharge.

Certified a true muster on Dec. 31st 1837 by James Green, Captain, Commanding
the Company. Station: Jacksonville, E. F.

James GREEN, Captain John H. HADDOCK, 1st Lieut.
Joseph LOUTHER, 2d Lieut.

1. John IVEY, 1st Sgt. 3. John SMITH, 3d Sgt.
2. Arthur G. TUCKER, 2d Sgt. 4. Langly BRYANT, 4th Sgt.

1. James HARRIS, 1st Corpl. 3. James BEALL, 3d Corpl.
2. John CREWS, 2d Corpl.

1. Thos. NEEDE, Musician. 2. Joseph TURMAGE (Musician?)

PRIVATES:

1. BEALL, Thomas 22. HADDOCK, Joseph
2. BROWN, Larun 23. HUNT, John M.
3. BROWN, Ezekiel 24. HUNT, James F.
4. BURNEY, James 25. HALL, Zachariah T.
5. CASEY, Abraham 26. KING, Perry
6. CASON, John 27. LOW, Washington
7. CASON, Purnele 28. LEYN, Daniel
8. CASEY, William 29. McCASTER, Patrick
9. CREWS, Elias 30. MIZELLE, Jehu
10. CASON, McGURTY 31. NOBLE, Thomas
11. CREWS, Alexander 32. PEACOCK, Isham
12. CASON, David 33. PETTY, Morida
13. COONER, James 34. PEOPLES, Isham
14. CASSEY, Absolam 35. PETTY, Edward
15. CANADY, William 36. RUSSELL, James
16. DUBERLEY, William 37. RISLY, A. G.
17. DARBY, Daniel 38. ROW, Edmond
18. FRANK, John 39. ROBERTSON, Wiley
19. FLOYD, Isiah 40. SIKES, William
20. HUNT, Floyd 41. STONE, Jackson
21. HIGGENBOTHAM, James 42. stone, James








Vol. 4, pp 33-34, PRIVATES, Cont'd

43. STEPHENS, Nathaniel 48. TYNER, David
44. SUMMERLIN, Daniel 49. TOMPKINS, John
45. STOKES, Burrell T. 50. WIGGINS, Edmond
46. SLADE, Leonard 51. WIGGINS, Jesse
47. STOKES, Albert

DIED: Robert SAUNDERS, 4th Corporal on 2nd December 1837, at Jacksonville.


Page 35:

Muster Roll of Captain James Green's Company of the 1st Regiment, Brigade of
Florida Volunteers, ca-manded by Colonel John Warren, ordered into service of
the United States by Major Gen'l Thos. L. Jessup from the 3d day of August to
the 2d day of February 1838, under Act of Congress passed 23d May 1836.

This is a hand-drawn muster roll.

Headquarters of the Army of the South, St. Augustine, July 7th 1837.
Muster Roll certified to be true by James GREEN, Captain, Canmanding Company.
Date: 14th Sept. 1837 Station: Jacksonville, E. F.

1. James GREEN, Captain, 2 horses and 1 servant.
1. John H. HADDOCK, 1st Lieut., 2 horses and 1 servant.
1. Joseph LOWTHER, 2d LIeut., 2 horses and 1 servant.

1. John IVEY, 1st Sergt., a bay mare.
2. Arthur G. TUCKER, 2d Sergt., a bay mare.
3. John SMITH, 3d Sergt., a bay horse.
4. Langley BRYANT, 4th Sergt., a bay horse.

1. James HARRIS, 1st Corpl., a dun horse.
2. John CREWS, 2d Corpl., a brown horse.
3. James BEAL, 3d Corpl., a bay horse, in service from 10 Aug. 1837.
4. Robert SAUNDERS, 4th Corpl., a bay mare.

PRIVATES:

1. BEALL, Thomas, a bay mare 17. DARBEY, Daniel, a bay horse
2. BROWN, Larun, a bay horse 18. FRANK,John, a black mare
3. BROWN, Ezekiel, a bay horse 19. FLOYD, Isaiah, a bright bay
4. BURNEY, James, a black horse 20. HUNT, Floyd, a sorrel mare
5. CASEY, Abraham, a bay horse 21. HIGGINBOTHAM, James, a sorrel
6. CASON, John, a bay horse stallion
7. CASEY, Purnell, a bay horse 22. HADDOCK, Joseph, a black mare
8. CASEY, William, a sorrel mare 23. HUNT, John M., a sorrel horse
9. CREWS, Elias, a bay mare 24. HUNT, James F., a sorrel horse
10. CASON, McGirty, a brown horse 25. HALL, Zachariah, a bay horse
11. CREWS, Alexander, a sorrel horse 26. KING, Perry, a roan mare
12. CREWS, David, a sorrel mare 27. LOW, Washington, a cream horse
13. OOONER, James, a bay horse 28. LEYN, Daniel, a bay mare
14. CASSEY, Absalom, a rhone mare 29. McCASTER, Patrick, a bay horse
15. CANADY, William, a brown horse 30. MISELLE, Jehu, iron grey mare.
16. DUBERLY, William, a sorrel horse 31. NOBLES, Thomas, a bay horse








Vol. 4, Page 35, PRIVATES, Cont'd

32. PEACOCK, Isam, a gray horse 42. STONE, James, a grey horse
33. PETTY, Morida, a sorrel horse 43. STEPHENS, Nathaniel, a sorrel
34. PEOPLES, Isham, a sorrel mare mare
35. PETTY, Edward, a sorrel horse 44. SUMMERLIN, Daniel, a bay horse
36. RUSSELL, James, a sorrel horse 45. STOKES, Burrelet, a bay horse
37. RISLEY, A. G., a bay horse 46. SLADE, Leonard, a brown horse
38. ROW, Edmond, a sorrel horse 47. STOKES, Albert, a cream horse
39. ROBERTSON, Wiley, a grey mare 48. TYNER, David, a bay horse.
40. SIKES, William, a bay horse 49. TOMPKINS, John, a sorrel horse
41. STONE, Jackson, a bay mare. 50. WIGGINS, Edmond, a bay mare.
51. WIGGINS,Jesse, a sorrel horse.


Pages 36-37

Muster Roll of Lieutenant Celestino Gonzalez's Detachment Company of the 1st
Regiment, 1st Brigade of the Florida Militia, commanded by Brig.-Gen'l Leigh
Reid, ordered into service of the United States by Governor R. K. Call from the
6th day of March to the 26th day of March 1937.

Certified a true muster on 25th July 1838 by Celestino Gonzalez, Caomanding
the Company. Station: Pensacola, E. F. Certified true the same day and
place by Captain D. H. VINTON, Inspector & Mustering Officer.

Celestino GONZALEZ, 1st Lieut. ? ALICK, Sergeant
Antoine COLLINS, 2nd Lieut., James E. SIMPSON, Sergeant
absent with leave. Joseph GONZALEZ, Corporal
JAMES GONZALES, Corporal

PRIVATES:

1. BONIFAY, Joseph 24. McCLOSKY, J.
2. BALL, Fred. A. 25. RIOBO, Joseph
3. C ? Thomas 26. RIERA, Antonio
4. COLE, Y ? 27. RISSBERGER, Charles
5. CAMERON, John 28. ROBERTSON, Robert
6. COON, William 29. SUMPTER, S.
7. EASTIN, M. G. 30. STUCKEY, John
8. GAGNET, Joseph 31. STEPHENS, A.
9. GAINES, G. 32. THOMPSON, F.
10. GAINES, William 33. THOMPSON William
11. HUNT, John 34. VASSER, E.
12. HEADINGTON, Elliott 35. WILKINSZ, Charles
13. HALL, H. 36. SUARES, Anselmo
14. HOBBS, M.
15. KELLY, William
16. KELLY, Hanson
17. KNOWLES, John
18. LAWRENCE, A.
19. LAVALLE, Francis
20. MITCHELL, Robt. A.
21. MAURA, Francis
22. MILLIGAN, Robert
23. NORWOOD, J. H.








Vol. 4, cont'd

Pages 38-39

Muster Roll of Captain Elias B. Gould's Company of the Veteran Volunteers of
the Florida Militia, commanded by Capt. E. B. Gould, called into service of the
United States by Maj. Gen'l Thos. L. Jesup from the 17th day of July to the
17th day of September 1837.

Certified a true muster on 18 September 1827 by E. B. Gould, Captain,
Commanding the Company. Station: St. Augustine, E. F. Also certified by
Captain H. Brown, Inspector & Mustering Officer.

1. Elias B. GOULD, Captain 3. Francis ROGERO, 2d Lieut.
2. John B. ANDREU, 1st Lieut.

1. Laurence ANDREU, 1st Sgt. 3. James ARNAU, 3d Sgt.
2. Ramon ROGERO, 2d Sgt. 4. Bartolamew MASTERS, Senr, 4th Sgt.

1. George GIANOPLE, Ist Corp. 3. Vicente PACETTY, 3d Corp.
2. Joseph MASTERS, 2s Corp. 4. Peter CERCOPOLY, 4th Corp.

1. William B. CLARKE, Drummer 2. George P. CLARKE, Fifer

PRIVATES:

1. Antonio ANDREU, Junr. 31. George LIPP
2. Francis ANDREU 32. Augustine LOPEZ
3. Joseph ANDREU 33. William MAYNARD
4. Michael ANDREU, sick 34. Joseph MAS
5. Rafael ANDREU 35. Antonio POMAR
6. Joseph J. ANDREU 36. Joseph PACETTY, Senr.
7. John ANDREU, sick 37. Joseph PACETTY, Junr.
8. Dcmingo ACOSTA 38. John PONCE
9. Jacob BOQUARDEZ 39. Peter SEGUI
10. Manuel BARRANCO, sick 40. John SEGUI
11. Joseph BARBARA 41 Lewis STEEL
12. Gabriel CAPO 42. William STRUM?
13. Gabriel CAPO, Junr. 43. Peter TROPE
14. John CAPO 44. Francis TRIAY
15. Mathias CAPELLO 45. Peter TRIAY
16. Peter CAPELLO 46. Geronimo TRIAY, died on the night
17. Rafael CANOVIS of 25th Aug., leaving a widow and
18. William COATES two children.
19. William G. DAVIS 47. John THOMAS, sick.
20. Archibald GOULD 48. Dcmingo USINA
21. James M. GOULD
22. Diego HERNANDEZ Rafael XIMENEZ (not numbered)
23. Jos: HERNANDEZ Andrea XIMENEZ (not numbered)
24. Isaac HUFEMANN
25. Daniel HURLBURT No.30: Transferred from Capt. Hanson
26. Bartolomew LOPEZ, sick 10 Aug. in place of Matthew LONG
27. Francis GENOVAR who joined the Company 25th July
28. Jos: A. LLAMBIAS and was transferred to Capt. H
29. Mathias LAWRENCE Company on the 10th of Aug. by or-
30. *Isidore LYNCH der of Col. HARNEY








Vol. 4, cont'd

Pages 40-41

Muster Roll of Captain Elias B. Gould's Company of Veteran Volunteers, com-
manded by ordered into service of the United States by Major
General Thos. L. Jesup fran the 17th day of September to the 17th day of
November 1837.

Certified a true muster by E. B. Gould, Captain, Commanding the Company and
by H. Brown, Captain, Inspector & Mustering Officer.
Date: 17th November 1837
Station: St. Augustine, E. F.

Elias B. GOULD, Captain Lawrence ANDREU, 1st Sergt.
John R. ANDREU, 1st Lieut. Ramon ROGERO, 2d Sergt.
Francis ROGERO, 2d LIeut. James ARNOW, 3d Sergt.
Bartolano MASTERS, Sr., 4th Sergt.

George GIANOPLE, 1st Corp. Peter CERCOPOLY, 4th Corp.
Joseph MASTERS, 2d Corp. William B. CLARKE, Drummer
Vicente PACETTY, 3d Corp. George P. CLARKE, Fifer

PRIVATES:

1. Antonio ANDREU, Junr. 32. Joseph MAS
2. Francis ANDREU 33. Antonio POMAR
3. William ANDREU 34. Joseph PACETTY, Senr.
4. Michael ANDREU 35. Andreas PACETTY. 3d
5. Rafael ANDREU 36. John PONCE
6. Joseph J. ADREU 37. Peter SEGUI
7. John ANDREU 38. John SEGUI, substituted for
8. Dcmingo ACOSTA Lewis STEEL
9. Jacob BOQUARDEZ 39. Jesse SAUNDERS, substituted
10. Manuel BARRANCO for Isaac HOFEMAN
11. Joseph BARBARA 40. Benjamin T. STARKE, substitu-
12. Gabriel CAPO, Senr. ted for William G. DAVIS
13. Gabriel CAPO, Junr. 41. Herman POGINBERG
14. John CAPO 42. Peter TROPE
15. Matthias CAPELLO 43. Francis TRIAY
16. Peter CAPELLO 44. John THOMAS, died on day of
17. Rafael CANOVIS September 1837.
18. William STRUM 45. Peter TRIAY
19. Archibald F. GOULD 46. Antonio ANDREU, substituted for
20. James M. GOULD Daningo USINA
21. Diego HERNANDEZ 47. Andrew XIMENES
22. Joseph HERNANDEZ 48. Rafael XIMENES
23. Daniel HURLBURT 49. William COATES
24. Bartolomo LOPEZ
25. Ignacio LOPEZ
26. Joseph A. LLAMBIAS
27. Matthias LAURENCE
28. Isidore LYNCH, trans.
from Capt. HANSON's Co.
29. George LIPP
30. Augustine LOPEZ
31. William MAYNARD








Vol. 4, cont'd

Pages 42-43

Muster Roll of Captain Elias B. Gould's Company of the Florida Militia, com-
manded by Captain E. B. Gould, ordered into service of the United States by
Major Gen'l Thos. L. Jesup fran the 17th day of July 1837 to the 17th day of
January 1838.

Certified on honor to be a true muster by E. B. Gould, Captain, Commanding
the Company. Date: 5th August 1837. Station: St. Augustine, E. F.
Also certified by L. B. Webster, Captain, Inspector & Mustering Officer on
the 29th day of July 1837.

1. Elias B. GOULD, Captain 1. Laurence ANDREU, 1st Sergt.
2. John R. ANDREU, 1st Lieut. 2. Ramon ROHERO, 2d Sergt.
3. Francis ROHERO, 2d Lieut. 3. James ARNOU, 3d Sergt.
4. Bartolamo MASTERS, Sr., 4th Sergt.

1. George GIANOPLE, 1st Corp. 1. William B. CLARKE, Drummer
2. Joseph MASTERS, 2d Corp. 2. George P. CLARKE, Fifer
3. Vicente PASETTY, 3d Corp.
4. Peter CERCOPOLY, 4th Corp.

PRIVATES

1. Antonio ANDREU, Jr. 32. George LIPP
2. Joseph ANDREU 33. Joseph MAS
3. Joseph T. ANDREU 34. William MAYNARD
4. John ANDREU 35. John PONCE
5. Michael ANDREU 36. Antonio POMAR
6. Rafael ANDREU 37. Joseph PASETTY, Sr.
7. Francis ANDREU 38. Andreas PASETTY, 3d
8. Daningo ACOSTA 39. Peter SEGUI
9. Joseph BARBARA 40. John SEGUI
10. Jacob BOQUARDEZ 41. Lewis STEEL
11. Manuel BARRANOO 42. Peter TROPE
12. Gabriel CAPO, Sr. 43. Francis TRIAY
13. Gabriel CAPO, Jr. 44. Geronimo TRIAY
14. John CAPO 45. Peter TRIAY
15. Matthias CAPELLO 46. John THOMAS
16. Peter CAPELLO 47. Domingo USINA
17. Rafael CANOVIS 48. Andrew XIMENES
18. William STRUM 49. Rafael XIMENES
19. William G. DAVIS 50. William COATES
20. James M. GOULD
21. Archibald GOULD
22. Daniel HURLBURT
23. Diego HERNANDEZ
24. Joseph HERNANDEZ
25. Isaac HOFFMAN
26. Augustine LOPEZ
27. Bartolamo LOPEZ
28. Francis LLENOVAR
29. Joseph A. LLAMBIAS
30. Matthias LAWRENCE
31. Matthew LONG








Vol. 4, cont'd

Pages 44-45

Muster Roll of Captain E. B. Gould's Company of the 1st Regiment, Florida
Volunteers, conmanded by Col. J. Warren, received into the service of the
United States by Maj. Gen'l Thos. C. Jesup, Cammander of the Army of the South
from the 17th day of November to the 1st day of January 1838. NOTE: The Cam-
pany was enrolled on 17th July 1837 at St. Augustine, E. F., by Capt. L. B.
Webster.

Certified a true muster by E. B. Gould, Captain, Commanding the Canpany.
Date: January 1, 1838. Station: St. Augustine. Also certified by E. A.
CAP ?, LIeut. 1st Arty, Inspector & Mustering Officer.

1. Elias B. GOULD, Captain
2. John R. ANDREW, 1st Lieut.
3. Francis ROHERO, 2d Lieut.

1. Lawrence ANDREW, Ist Sgt. 1. Rafael XIMENES, Corpl., pro-.
2. Ramon ROGERO, 2d Sgt. moted from Pvt to Corpl 11/17
3. James ARNOU, 3d Sgt., to pay 1837.
for 1 gunsling 8 cents. 2. Joseph MASTERS, Corpl., to pay
4. George GIANOPLE, 4th Sgt., promoted for 1 gunsling, 8 cents
from Corpl. to Sgt., 11/17/1837 3. Vicente PASETTY, Corpl.
4. Peter CIRCOPOLY, 4th Corpl.,
to pay for 1 gunsling, 8 cents.

1. William B. CLARKE, Drummer
2. George P. CLARKE, Fifer

PRIVATES

1. Francis ANDREW 18. James M. GOULD, to pay for 1
2. Michael ANDREW pick & brush, 11 cents.
3. Rafael ANDREW, to pay for 1 19. Diego HERNANDEZ
gunsling, 8 cents. 20. Joseph HERNANDEZ
4. Joseph J. ANDREW 21. Daniel HULBURT, to pay for 1
5. John ANDREW pick & brush, 11 cents.
6. Dmningo ACOSTA, to pay for 22. Bartolo LOPEZ, to pay for 1
1 pick & brush, 11 cents, pick & brush, 11 cents.
7. Jacob BOQUARDEZ, to pay for 23. Ignacio LOPEZ, to pay for 1
1 gunsling, 8 cents. gunsling, 8 cents.
8. Manuel BARRANCO 24. Joseph A. LLAMBIAS
9. Joseph BARBARA 25. Matthias LAWRENCE, to pay for
10. Gabriel CAPO, Sen., to pay 1 gunsling, 8 cents.
for 1 gunsling, 8 cents. 26. Isidor LYNCH, to pay for 1
11. Gabriel CAPO, Jun. wiper, 8 cents.
12. John CAPO, to pay for 1 27. George LIPP, to pay for 1 gun-
gunsling, 8 cents. sling, 8 cents.
13. Matthias CAPELLA 28. Augustine LOPEZ
14. Peter CAPELLA, to pay for a 29. William MAYNARD
screwdriver & wiper, 20 cents. 30. Joseph MAS, absent on detached
15. Rafael CANOVIS service
16. William COATES 31. Antonio POMAR
17. Archibald F. GOULD, to pay for 32. Joseph PASETTY, Senr.
1 pick, brush & gunsling 19 33. Andreas PASETTY, Junr., to pay
cents, for 1 gunsling, 8 cents.








Vol. 4, pp 44-45, PRIVATES, cont'd


34. John PONCE 40. Benjamin STARKE
35. Herman POGENBERG, sick 41. Peter TROPE
36. Peter SEGUI 42. Francis TRIAY
37. John SEGUI 43. Peter TRIAY
38. William STENN, to pay for a 44. Andreas XIMENES
screwdriver, 7 cents. 45. Antonio ANDREW, 1st
39. Jesse SAUNDERS 46. Antonio ANDREW, 2d


Discharged: Bartolo MASTERS, Sgt., 17 Nov. 1837, St. Augustine.
Died: John THOMAS, Pvt., 21 Sept. 1837, St. Augustine.


Pages 46-47

Muster Roll of Captain William Haddock's Company of the 4th Regiment, 2nd Bri-
gade of the Florida Militia, commanded by Col. Warren, ordered into service of
the United States by Brig.-Gen'l Hernandez from the 10th day of November 1835
to the 5th day of March 1836.

The muster was certified to be true by William Haddock, Captain, Commanding the
Company; also by Inspector & Mustering Officer (name illigible).
Date: 11 August 1836. Station: Jacksonville, E. F.

1. William TURNER, Captain, 11/10/1835
2. William HADDOCK, Captain, 1/15/1836
3. William HADDOCK, Ist Lieut., 11/10/1835
4. John H HADDOCK, 1st Lieut., 1/15/1836.
5. Alexander HADDOCK, 2d Lieut., 11/10/1835.
6. James GREEN, 2d Lieut., 1/15/1836.
7. John H. HADDOCK, 3d Lieut., 11/10/1835.
8. James SPARKMAN, 3d Lieut., 1/15/1836.
9. Daniel DALY, 3d Lieut., 2/22/1836.

1. John JONES, 1st. Sergt., 11/10/1835.
2. Robert WILLIAMS, 1st Sergt., 2/5/1836.
3. John PEOPLES, Sergt., 11/10/1835.
4. Isaac WINGATE, Sergt.
5. Jefferson GODWIN, Sergt.

1. William VAUGHAN, Corporal.
2. John VILLALONGA, Corporal; deserted Jan. 15th, 1836.
3. William WINGATE, Corporal.
4. Jacob GEIGER, Corporal.

PRIVATES

1. William WILKIE 8. James HIGGINBOTHAM
2. Nathaniel W ? 9. Robert WILLIAMS
3. John NETTLES 10. Phineas WILDS
4. John SAULS 11. David BRADDOCK
5. James TYSON 12. Jesse LONG
6. John HIGGINBOTHAM 13. Thcmas JONES
7. Felix GEIGER 14. Stephen FERNANDEZ, deserted
Jan. 15th, 1836.








Vol. 4, pp 46-47, PRIVATES, cont'd


15. Ezekiel BROWN 22. James PI ?
16. Charles WILD 23. E. R. ALBERTI
17. Daniel DALY 24. James BESSENT
18. Owen WINGATE 25. James SPARKMAN
19. Timothy HARRIS? 26. B. L. LOWTHER
20. James WILSON 27. William NORT ?
21. Lewis BAILEY 28. Onesinus? FUTCH


Pages 48-49

Muster Roll of Captain William Haddock's Company of the 1st Regiment, Florida
Volunteers, commanded by Col. John Warren, ordered into service of the United
States by Gen. Thos. L. Jessup, Commander of the Army of the South, from the
18th day of September to the 19th day of December 1837.

Certified a true muster for the period "herein mentioned" by William HADDOCK,
Captain, Commanding the Company. Date: December 19th, 1837. Station: Jack-
sonville, E. F. Also certified a true muster by Jno. H. Warren, Inspector &
Mustering Officer.

1. William HADDOCK, Captain, and negroe servant, Sampson.
1. Robert WILLIAMS, 1st Lieut., and negroe servant, Ton.
1. D. N. CONE, 2d Lieut., and negroe servant, Tim.

1. William H. WILLIAMS, 1st Sgt., absent sick, arms accounted for.
2. Johnathan TURNER, 2d Sgt.
3. James THOMPSON, 3d Sgt., rifle & accout'rs turned over to Orderly Officer
at St. Augustine.
4. Archibald HOGANS, 4th Sergt.

1. Isaac HARVEY, 1st Corporal.
2. Nimrod ROBINSON, 2d Corp., rifle & accout'rs turned over to Orderly
Officer at St. Augustine.
3. Benj. OGLESBY, 3d Corporal; furnished his own arms.

1. Samuel RUSSEL, Musician, absent sick, arms not accounted for.
2. Isaac T. WILLIAMS, Musician, absent sick, arms not accounted for.

PRIVATES

1. BEASLEY, John 8. CONWAY, Ephraim, accouterments
2. BENNETT, Hiram turned in, rifle at St. Aug.
3. BARBER, William, absent sick, 9. COMBS, George
arms not accounted for. 10. COMBS, John
4. BARBER, Moses, horse killed in 11. CANADAY, John
Aug., by wham unknown. 12. EVERLING?, Thos. C.
5. BEASLEY, Nathan, absent sick, 13. DAVIS, Samuel
arns not accounted for. 14. DOBSON, Josiah
6. BRADDOCK, Aldridge, horse died 15. DAVIS, Thomas
from disease contracted in 16. ENNIS, John, horse died from
the service. disease contracted in service
7. BRADDOCK, Alex'n, absent sick, 17. ELLIS, Jiles T. B.
furnished his own arms.








Vol. 4, pp 48-49, PRIVATES, cont'd


18. GREEN, John C., arms at St. 34. MURRY, Richard, horse died in
Augustine; horse died. service.
19. GREEN, John T., arms at St. 35. RUSSEL, John, arms not ac-
Augustine. counted for.
20. HOGAN, William A. 36. RUSSEL, Samuel
21. HARRISON, Henry, horse died of 37. SWIT, Abner
disease contracted in ser- 38. STERLIN, William
vice. 39. SAULS, John
22. HINES, Isaac 40. SIKES, John
23. HISLER, George, arms turned 41. SWIT, Samuel R.
in at Jacksonville. 42. THOMAS, Benj'm, arms at St.
24. HODGES, Samuel, arms turned Augustine depot.
in at Jacksonville. 43. THOMAS, James, substitute in
25. JOHNSON, Erick, arms at St. Capt. GREEN's Company
Augustine depot. 44. THOMPSON, John, rifle lost
26. JERNIGAN, Isaac, arms turned 45. WHITMORE, Charles
in at Jacksonville. 46. WILLIAMS, Anderson
27. JERNIGAN, Aron, arms at St. 47. WILLIAMS, Robin? Rohn?, ab-
Augustine depot. sent, arms not accounted for
28. JLADO? ILADO?, Gideon 48. WILLIAMS, William, absent,
29. JOHNS, Riley, arms turned in arms not accpounted for
at Jacksonville. 49. WILLIAMS, John D., absent
30. JOHNSON, John M. with leave.
31. MINCY, Willoughby 50. VANZANT, Garrett, horse died
32. McDONALD, Alexander from disease contracted
33. MURRY, William in service.


Pages 50-51

Muster Roll of Captain William Haddock's Company of the 1st Regiment, Brigade
of the Florida Militia, commanded by Col. John Warren, ordered in service of
the United States by Gen. Thos. Jessup, Commander in Charge, Florida, from the
19th day of June 1837 to the 18th day of December 1837, under Act of Congress
approved 23rd of May 1836.

Muster Roll certified to be true by Wn. Haddock, Captain, Commanding Canpany.
and by Geo. WATSON, Lt., USA, Muster Officer. Date: 19th July 1837. Station:
Jacksonville, E. F.

1. William HADDOCK, Capt; two horses and 1 servant.
2. Robert WILLIAMS, 1st Lieut., two horses, 1 servant.
3. D. N. CONE, 2d Lieut., two horse, 1 servant.

1. William WILLIAMS, 1st Sgt., a sorrel horse.
2. Johnathan TURNER, 2d Sgt., a black horse.
3. James THOMPSON, 3d Sgt., a sorrel horse.
4. Archibald HOGANS, 4th Sgt., a black horse.

1. Isaac HARVEY, 1st Corp., a bay horse.
2. Nimrod ROBERSON, 2d Corp., a sorrel mare.
3. Benjamin OGLESBY, 3d Corp., a bay horse.
4. John HOGANS, 4th Corp., a bay horse.








Vol. 4, pp 50-51, cont'd

1. Samuel RUSSEL, Junr., Musician, 1 black horse.
2. Isaac T. WILLIAMS, Musician, 1 bay horse.

PRIVATES

1. BEASLEY, John, chestnut horse. 26. JERNEGAN, Isaac, sorrel horse
2. BENIT, Hiram, bay horse. 27. JERNEGAN, Aaron, sorrel mare
3. BARBER, Wn., sorrel horse. 28. JLADO, Gideon, gray horse.
4. BARBER, Moses, black mare. 29. JOHNS, Riley, bay horse.
5. BEASLEY, Nathan, bay horse. 30. JOHNSON, John M., black horse.
6. BRADDOCK, Aldridge, gray horse. 31. MINCY, Wilaby, bay horse
7. BRADDOCK, Alex., cream horse. 32. McDONALD, Alexander, sorrel horse.
8. CONAWAY, Ephraim, sorrel horse. 33. MURRY, William, black mare.
9. COMBS, George, bay horse. 34. MURRY, Richard, bay horse.
10. COMBS, John, sorrel horse. 35. RUSSELL, John, bay horse.
11. CANADY, John, bay mare. 36. RUSSELL, Samuel, bay horse.
12. OOLDING, Thos.D., sorrel mare. 37. SWIT (SURT?), Abner W., bay mare.
13. DAVIS, Samuel, bay horse. 38. STERLIN, William, sorrel horse.
14. DOBSON, Josiah, bay horse. 39. SAULS, John, bay mare.
15. DAVIS, Thomas, bay horse. 40. SIKES, John, gray horse.
16. ENNIS, John, sorrel horse. 41. SWIT (SURT?), Sam'l R., bay mare.
17. ELLIS, Jiles T. B., bay horse. 42. THOMAS, Benj'm, sorrel horse.
18. GREEN, John C., bay horse. 43. THOMAS, James, sorrel horse.
19. GREEN, John T., bay horse. 44. THOMPSON, John, cream horse.
20. HOGANS, Willia A., bay mare. 45. WILLIAMS, Anderson, sorrel horse.
21. HARRISON, Henry, bay horse. 46. WHITMORE, Charles, bay horse.
22. HINES, Isaac, sorrel horse. 47. WILLIAMS, Robin/Rohn?, bay horse.
23. HISLER, George, black horse. 48. WILLIAMS, William, bay mare.
24. HOGES, Samuel, gray mare. 49. WILLIAMS, John D., sorrel mare.
25. JOHNSON, Erick, bay mare. 50. VANZANT, Garrett, roan horse.


Pages 52-53

Muster Roll of Captain Hiram Hall's Company of the Regiment, Brigade
of the Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Maj? W. J. Bailey, ordered into
service of the Territory of Florida by Governor R. K. Call frno the 10th day of
December 1839 to the 10th day of March 1840.

Certified a true muster (at discharge) by Hiram Hall, Captain, Commanding the
Canpany. (Date not readable) Also certified by S. Churchill, Maj., 3d Arty.
Inspector & Mustering Officer. Date: 19 Jan. 1843? Camp Pleasant.

NOTE: This muster roll was very faint and difficult to read. Company was
enrolled at Camp Pleasant, E. F.

1. Hiram HALL, Captain. 1. Edward J. BOYET, 1st Sgt.
2. John OSTEEN, 1st Lieut. 2. John P. W. HIX, Sgt.
3. William ALMAND, 2d Lieut. 3. James McLEOD, Sgt.
4. Morris GIDDINS, Sgt.

1. James S. HOWARD, Corp. 3. Jesse P. HAVIS, Corp.
2. Dempsey HARREL, Corp. 4. Samuel GRANGER, Corp.








Vol. 4, pp 52-53, cont'd

PRIVATES

1. ALTMAN, Thcmas 28. JERNIGAN, William
2. ALTMAN, James 29. JOHNSON, George
3. ARNOLD, George 30. MALDEN, Samuel
4. BOYET, James 31. MARTIN, James
5. BOYET, Edward 32. McLEOD, Archibald
6. BULL, Richard 33. McRANEY, John
7. BERTON, Berry 34. NICHOLS, Thamas
8. BENNETT, John R. 35. PATTERSON, John
9. BUTTERWORTH, Jeremiah 36. ROACH, Josiah R.
10. CALLOWAY, John 37. SKIPPER, Nelson
11. ELLIS, George 38. STUART, William
12. FAIRCLOTH, Allen D. 39. STRICKLAND, Stephen
13. FAIRCLOTH, Allen 40. STRICKLAND, John D.
14. GRANTHAM, Joel 41. SESSIONS, Lewey N.
15. GRANTHAM, John 42. SWEET, John
16. GRANTHAM, James 43. THOMPSON, James
17. GOLDEN, Andrew 44. TYLER, Hansford
18. GODWIN, Obediah 45. TYSON, Henry
19. GODWIN, Wilson 46. VICKERS, Drewry
20. HERRING, James F. 47. VICKERS, David
21. HERAN, Charles 48. VARN?. William T.
22. HALL, Elijah B. 49. WALKER, Wiley
23. HARSK?, Abraham 50. WILLIAMS, Hosea
24. HARREL, Abner 51. WALKER, James N.
25. HINTON, Woodward 52. WHEATLEY, John
26. HUNTER, J. A. 53. WOOD, Wiley W.
27. HOLDER, Daniel



Pages 54,55,56 and 57

Muster Roll of Captain Hiram Hall's Company of the 1st Regiment of the Florida
Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. Wn. J. Bailey, ordered into the service of
the United States by Brig.-Gen'l W. K. Armistead from the 3rd day of August
1840 to the 3rd day of November 1840. The Company travelled 60 miles to the
place of rendezvous.

Certified a true muster by Hiram Hall, Capt., Camnanding the Company, and by
Maj. S. Churchill, Maj., 3rd Arty, Inspector and Mustering Officer.
Date: August 3d, 1840. Station: Camp Gamble.

1. Hiram HALL, Captain 1. A. T. HUNTER, 1st Sgt.
2. John OSTEEN, 1st Lieut. 2. George ELLIS, Sgt.
3. William ALMAND, 2d Lieut. 3. Maris GIDDENS, Sgt.
4. Jeremiah BUTTERWORTH, Sgt.

1. Samuel GRANGER, Corporal
2. Charles OHARO (OHARRA), Corporal
3. James N. WALKER, Corporal
4. Andrew GOLDEN, Corporal, died in Ga. Oct. 7.








Vol. 4, pp 54,55,56, & 57 cont'd:


1. Edward J. BOYET, Bugler
2. Jackson A. LLOYD, "

PRIVATES

1. ALTMAN, James 49. SESSIONS, Lucy M.
2. ALTMAN, Thomas 50. STEWART, William
3. ARNOLD, George 51. SWEAT, John
4. BURNETT, John R. 52. SLADE, Elisha
5. BOYET, James 53. SLADE, Stephen
6. BOYET, Nathan 54. SLAUGHTER, Jonathan
7. BERKTON (BECKTON), Berry 55. STONE, Richard
8. CALLAWAY, (CALOWAY) John 56. THOMPSON, James A.
9. CARY, James 57. TYLOR, Hansford D.
10. CONDULARY, Peter 58. THOMPSON, Street
11. FARECLOTH, (FAIRCLOTH) Allen D. 59. VICKERS, William
12. GODWIN, Wilson 60. VICKERS, Drury
13. GODWIN, Obediah 61. VICKERS, Jackson
14. GRANDHAM, Huey 62. VICKERS, Vincent
15. HARRELL, Denpsey 63. VICKERS, Richard
16. HARRELL, Abner 64. VICKREY, David
17. HARRELL, Furney 65. WHEATHLY, John
18. HOWARD, James, absent without 66. WILSON, Simon
leave since 10/1 67. WILLIAMS, Hosea
19. HURK, Abraham 68. HIDDEN (WHIDDEON), Noah
20. HERRIN, James T.
21. HERRIN, Charles
22. HILL, Green
23. HILL, Reuben
24. HADDIN, Armstead
25. HICKS, John W. P.
26. HINTON, Woodward
27. JOHNSON, George
28. JONES, Mathew
29. KING, Nathan C.
30. KING, William
31. KING, Thomas
32. KOCH, Charles
33. LAURENCE, George
34. LLOYD, LaFayett
35. LLOYD, Christopher C.
36. MARTIN, James
37. MARTIN, Reuben C.
38. MINCER, David
39. MOODY, Pereman
40. MONKS, Christopher
41. NESMITH, Elander
42. NESMITH, Charles R.
43. NESMITH, Thomas
44. NEWMAN, Dickson (Dixon)
45. PIGG, Travis
46. PIPKIN, Amos
47. PATTERSON, John
48. ROACH, Josiah R.









Vol. 4, cont'd:

Pages 58-59

Muster Roll of Lieut. Henry Harn's Detachment of the 2nd Regiment, 2nd Brigade
of the East Florida Mounted Volunteers, cmzmanded by Colonel William J. Mills,
entered into service of the United States on Requisition of Major General Thos.
S. Jessup to serve for 6 months, unless sooner discharged.
Detachment was enrolled 16th June 1837 at Fort Crane.

NOTE: This is a hand-drawn muster roll. Certified a true muster by Lieut.
Henry Harn and also certified a true muster by W. WALL, Lieut., U.S.A.
Dated: 19th December 1837, Fort Crane.


1. Henry HARN, 1st Lieut., with 1 black servant, Nelson.
2. David C. CASH, 2d Lieut.

1. James LANIER, 1st Sgt. 4. Chesly HILL, 2d Corporal
2. Anthony IVY, 2d Sgt. 5. Abraham DANIELS, 3d Corporal
3. Henry PENNINGTON, 1st Corporal 6. Enoch DANIELS, 4th Corporal

PRIVATES

1. ALLEN, Monday 21. LANIER, Isaac
2. CRUM, David 22. MOONEY, Alfred
3. CRUM, John 23. MATHEWS, Francis
4. CLARKE, Asa 24. MORGAN, Sollcmon
5. DANIELS, Win, Jr. 25. OLMSTEAD, G. F.
6. DANIELS, Wiley 26. PINNER, John
7. DANIELS, Win, Sr. 27. PILES, Sam'1 R.
8. DANIELS, Gadsden 28. PILES, James
9. DILL, William 29. RAWLS, George
10. FRYEMOUTH, Moes 30. STAFFORD, J. M.
11. GARRISON, J. N. 31. SIMONS, Adam
12. HODGES, Simon 32. STANDLEY, John R.
13. HALL, James 33. SANCHEZ, George
14. JOHNSON, Simpson 34. STOUT, O. F.
15. JOHNSON, Vinson 35. SMITH, Thomas, absent, sick
16. JOHNSON, Kendrick 36. TUCKER, Pleasant P.
17. JOHNSON, Jackson 37. TURNER, William
18. JOHNSON, Henry P. 38. WALKER, James
19. KEMP, James 39 WOOD, John
20. LANIER, John


Pages 60-61

Muster Roll of Lieut. Henry Harn's Detachment of the 2nd Regiment, 2nd Brigade
o the East Florida Mounted Volunteers, commanded by Col. W. J. Mills, ordered
into service of the United States by Maj. Gen'l Thos. Jesup from the 16th day
of June 1837 to the 19th day of December 1837.

The muster was certified by Henry Harn, Lieut., commanding the Company and by
S. Churchill, Maj. Arty. Date: 19 December 1837. Station: Ft. Gilliland,
Florida.









Vol. 4, pp 60-61, cont'd

The Company of Lieut. Henry Harn was enrolled at Fort Crane, E. F., by
Lieut. W. Wall.

1. Henry HARN, 1st Lieut., 1 servant, Nelson.
2. David C. CASH, 2d Lieut.; 1 servant, Hall; horse diseased by glanders and
shot Dec. 5 by order of Gen. Jesup.

1. James LANIER, 1st Sgt.; horse diseased by glanders and shot Dec. 5 by or-
der of Gen. Jesup.
2. Anthony IVY, Sergt.

1. Henry PENNINGTON, Corporal 3. Abraham DANIELS, Corporal
2. Chesly HILL, Corporal 4. Enoch DANIELS, Corporal

PRIVATES

1. ALLEN, Monday 23. MATTHEWS, Francis
2. CRUM, David 24. MORGAN, Solcmon
3. CRUM, John 25. OLMSTED, George F.
4. CLARK, Asa 26. PINNER, John, horse diseased,
5. DANIELS, William, Sen. and shot Dec. 5.
6. DANIELS, Wile 27. PILES, Samuel R.y
7. DANIELS, William, Jun. 28. PILES, James
8. DANIELS, Gadsden 29. RAWLS, George
9. DILL, William 30. STAFFORD, John M.
10. FRYMOUTH, Moses 31. SIMONS, Adam
11. GARRISON, Joseph N. 32. STANDLEY, John R.
12. HODGES, Simon 33. SANCHEZ, George
13. HALL, James 34. STOUT, O. F., sick at Fort
14. JOHNSON, Simpson Hartler?; horse diseased and
15. JOHNSON, Vinson shot.
16. JOHNSON, Kendrick 35. SMITH, Thomas
17. JOHNSON, Jackson 36. TUCKER, Pleasant P.
18. JACKSON, Henry P. 37. TURNER, William
19. KEMP, James 38. WALKER, James
20. LANIER, John 39. WOODS, John
21. LANIER, Isaac
22. MOONEY, Alfred




Pages 62-63

Muster Roll of Captain Lucius A. Hardee's Company of thte 1st Regiment of Flor-
ida Mounted Volunteers, commanded by Colonel Samuel St. G. Rogers, called into
service of the United States by the President from the 20th day of July 1857
for six months.

The Company was mustered into service at Ocala, Fla., for 6 months by Lt. S. D.
Lee, 4th Artillery. The muster was certified at the same place and date by
Lucius A. Hardee, Captain, commanding the company.









Vol. 4, pp 62-63, cont'd

NOTE: Number following name indicates age stated of that man.

1. Lucius A. HARDEE, Captain, 28.
2. Aaron W. DACOSTA, 1st Lieut.,33.
3. John D. HADDOCK, 2d Lieut., 24.

1. John BORMAN, 1st Sergt., 34. 3. Charles TYLER, Sgt., 26.
2. Wn. McQ. SAUNDERS, Sgt., 21. 4. Benj. F. PRIEST, Sgt., 25.

1. David W. FOUNTAIN, Cpl, 53. 3. John C. WILLIAMSON, Cpl, 20.
2. John G. ANDERSON, Cpl, 21. 4. Dempsey CAIN, Cpl, 26.

1. Camilo ANDREAU, Bugler, 19.
2. William O'NEIL, Bugler, 19.
1. James B. LOYD, Farrier, 23.

PRIVATES

1. ALEXANDER, Charles C., 24. 38. RYALS, Abel, 40.
2. BECK, William J., 32. 39. SAX, George, 28.
3. BLACK, William, 43. 40. SMITH, James P., 19.
4. BOX, John S., 25. 41. SMITH, John B., 45.
5. BRINSON, John A., 37. 42. SMITH, Jeremiah B., 23.
6. BROWN, Jercme, 30. 43. SMITH, William, 18.
7. BUSH, Downing, 22. 44. SWEAT, Henry M., 22.
8. OOTHRAN, Solanon, 22. 45. TURNER, Owen, 26.
9. COX, James M., 22. 46. TYSON, John E., 22.
10. CREWS, Alexander, 30. 47. WARREN, James C., 23.
11. CREWS, Harley J., 19. 48. WEST, Edwin, 24.
12. CREWS, Samuel D., 24. 49. WEST, William, 26.
13. EADY, James L., 25. 50. WILKINSON, John, 18.
14. EDGE, Seaborn, 35.
15. FETNER, John Z., 29. The following were enrolled on 8th Aug.
16. FITZPATRICK, Michael, 33. by Lieut. HADDOCK:
17. GARDNER, James H., 19.
18. GORDON, Cristie, 29. 1. McDOUGALD, Archibald, 50.
19. HUDNALL, James, 21. 2. HAGANS, David, 23.
20. JAMES, Lloyd, 25. 3. OSTEEN, William, 30.
21. JONES, James C. C., 22. 4. SMITH, Hutchison, 23.
22. JORDAN, Henry F., 20. 5. MIXON, David, 18.
23. JORDAN, William W., 19. 6. NORMAN, Daniel G. W., 23.
24. KOLP, Lewis, 25. 7. CONWAY, William, 23.
25. LEFILS, Armand, 27. 8. WILSON, William, 32.
26. LLOYD, John F., 22. 9. WILSON, John, 18.
27. LOWE, Columbus, 23. 10. WEEKS, James A., 32.
28. LOWE, Wesley, 18. 11. BOOTHE, William, 32.
29. MITCHELL, William, 40 12. BRADLEY, Perry, 22.
30. MORRISON, James M., 21. 13. DOUGLASS, Robert, 23.
31. MORRISON, Robert A., 22. 14. BRADLEY, John, 20.
32. NORTON, Lewis, 55. 15. NORMAN, John, 22.
33. O'NEIL, Henry, 46. 16. ROBERTS, Josiah, 20.
34. READING, Wade H., 31. 17. WEST, James C., 24.
35. ROBERTS, Francis M., 26.
36. ROEW, John, 30.
37. ROSS, Francis, 22.









Vol. 4, cont'd

Pages 64-65

Muster Roll of Captain Lucius A. Hardee's Company of the Florida Regiment of
Mounted Volunteers, commanded by Col. S. St. George Rogers, called into service
of the United States at Ocala, Florida (the place of General Rendezvous) on the
20th day of July 1857 to serve for the term of 6 months, frma the date of
enrollment, unless sooner discharged, to he 20th day of January 1858. The Cam-
pany was organized by Capt. L. A. Hardee at Jacksonville, E. F., in the month
of July 18587 and marched thence to Ocala, Florida, a distance of one hundred
miles.

The muster was certified to be true by L. A. Hardee, Captain, Ccananding the
Company and by Francis N. Page, Asst. General, Mustering Officer.

NOTE: The number following each name indicates the age of the soldier.

1. Lucius A. HARDEE, Captain, 28.
1. Aaron W. DACOSTA, 1st Lieut., 33.
1. John D. HADDOCK, 2d Lieut., 24.

1. Jesup EUBANKS, 1st Sgt., 21. 3. Alexander CREWS, Sgt., 50.
2. William McQ. SANDERS, Sgt., 21. 4. Benjamin F. PRIEST, Sgt.,25.

1. David W. FOUNTAIN, 1st Cpl., 53. 3. John G. WILLIAMSON, Cpl., 20.
2. John G. ANDERSON, Cpl., 21. 4. Demsey CAIN, Corporal, 26.

1. Camilo ANDREW, Bugler, 19.
2. William O'NEAL, Bugler, 19.
1. James B. LLOYD, Farrier, 23.

PRIVATES

1. ALEXANDER, Charles, 24. 24. JONES, James, C. C., 22.
2. BECK, William J., 32. 25. JORDAN, William W., 19.
3. BLACK, William, 43. 26. KOLP, Lewis, 25.
4. BOX, John, 25. 27. LEFILS,Armond, 27.
5. BRINSON, John A., 37. 28. LLOYD, John F., 22.
6. BROWN, Jerame, 30. 29. LOWE, Columbus, 23.
7. BUSH, Dowing, 20. 30. LOWE, Wesley, 18.
8. BOOTHE, William, 32. 31. MICHELL, William, 40.
9. BRADLEY, John, 20. 32. MORRISON, Robt. A., 22.
10. COTHRAN, Solomon, 22. 33. McDOUGAL, Archabal, 45.
11. COX, James M., 22. 34. MIXEN, David, 18.
12. CREWS, Harley G., 19. 35. NORMAN, Daniel G.W., 23.
13. CREWS, Samuel D., 24 36. NICHOLS, Richard D., 25.
14. CONWAY, Willaim, 23. 37. NORMAN, John, 22
15. DOUGLAS, Robert, 23. 38. NORTON, Lewis, 55.
16. EADY, James L., 25. 39. ONEAL, Henry, 46.
17. FETNER, John Z., 29. 40. OSTEAN, William, 30.
18. FITZPATRICK, Michael, 33. 41. READING, Wade H., 31.
19. GARDNER, James H., 19. 42. ROBERTS, Francis M., 20
20. GORDON, Christie, 29. 43. ROWE, John, 30.
21. HUDNALL, James, 21. 44. ROSS, Francis, 22.
22. HAGANS, David, 23. 45. RYALS, Abel, 40.
23. JAMES, Lloyd, 25. 46. ROBERTS, Josiah, 20.








Vol. 4, pp 64-65, PRIVATES, Cont'd

47. SAX, George, 28. 57. WARREN, James C., 23.
48. SMITH, James P., 19. 58. WEST, Edwin, 24.
49. SMITH, John B., 45. 59. WEST, William, 26.
50. SMITH, Jeremiah B., 23. 60. WILKISON, John, 18.
51. SMITH, William, 18. 61. WILSON, William, 32.
52. SWEAT, Henry M., 22. 62. WILSON, John, 18.
53. SMITH, Hutchison, 23. 63. WEEKS, James, 32.
54. TURNER, Owen, 26. 64. WEST, James C., 24.
55. TYSON, John E., 22.
56. TYLER, Charles, 26.

DIED:
1. John BROMEN, 1st Sergt., age 34; died Oct. 30, 1857, at Ft. Myers,
Florida.
2. Seaborn EDGE, Private, age 35; died Nov. 2, 1857, at Big Cypress.
3. Henry A. JORDON, Private, age 20; died Sept. 19, 1857, at Ft. Myers,
Florida.
4. James M. MORRISON, Private, age 21; died Jan. 12, 1858.
5. Perry BRADLEY, Private, age 22; died Sept.13, 1857 at Ft. Myers, Fla;
his horse died Aug. 28th, cause unknown.


Pages 66-67


Descriptive Roll of Captain Lucius A. Hardee's Company, Regiment of Florida
Mounted Volunteers. Mustered out of service on January 20th, 1858.

NOTE: This muster is divided into nine columns as follows: (1) Name, (2)
Town/County of Birth, (3) State/Kingdom of Birth, Height: (4) feet (5)
inches, (6)Color: Complexion, (7) Color Eyes, (8) Color Hair, and (9)
Occupation.

Lucius A. HARDEE, Capt., Camden, GA; 6'2", dark-dark-dark; farmer.
Aaron W. DaCOSTA, 1st Lt., Edisto, SC, 6'0", light-gray-dark; farmer.
John D. HADDOCK, 2d Lt., Camden, GA; 5'10", dark-dark-dark; farmer.
John BORMEN, 1st Sgt., no description given. See forgoing list of deaths.
William McQ. SAUNDERS, Sgt., Nassau, FL; 6'0", light-blue-light; farmer.
Charles TYLER, Pvt., Saxony, Germany, 5'10-1/2", dark-dark-dark; mechanic.
Benjamin F. PRIEST, Sgt., Nassau, FL; 5'11", light-blue-light; merchant.
David W. FOUNTAIN, Corp., born SC; 5'11-1/2", light-blue-light; merchant.
John G. ANDERSON, Corp., born SC; 5'9"; dark-dark-black; farmer.
John G. WILLIAMSON, Corp., born GA; 5'10", light-light-light; farmer.
Dempsey CAIN, Corp., Liberty, GA; 5'10", light-dark-dark; occupation maitted.
Camilo ANDICAN (ANDREAU?), Bugler, Duval, FL; 5'5"; dark-dark-black; farmer.
James B. LOYD, Farrier, Camden, GA; 6'2", light-blue-light; farmer.

PRIVATES

ALEXANDER, Charles C., Carroll, NC; 5'10", light-dark-dark; farmer.
BECK, William J., Barnwell, SC; 5'1-1/2"; dark-dark-dark, farmer.
BLACK, William, Duval, FL; 5'10"; dark-black-dark; farmer.
BOX, John S., Beaufort, SC; 5'11", dark-grey-black; farmer.
BRINSON, John A., Burke, GA; 5'7"; light-blue-light; farmer.
BROWN, Jerone, Johnston, NC; 5'1", light-blue-light; farmer.
BUSH, Downing, Duval, FL; 5'10", dark-dark-dark; farmer.








Vol. 4, pp 66-67, PRIVATES, Cont'd (Descriptive Roll):

COTHRAN, Solomon, Scriven, GA; 5'6"; light-blue-light; farmer.
COX, James N., Beaufort, SC; 5'10"; light-grey-light; farmer.
CREWS, Alexander, Colleton, SC; 5'10"; light-blue-light; farmer.
CREWS, Harley J., Camden, GA; 5'6"; light-grey-light; farmer.
CREWS, Samuel D., Alachua, FL; 6'1"; light-grey-light; farmer.
EADY, James L., Beaufort, SC; 5'5"; light-grey-light; farmer.
EDGE, Seaborn, no description; see deaths listed on previous page.
FETNER, John L., Richland, SC; 5'10", dark-blue-dark; farmer.
FITZPATRICK, Michael, Queens, Ireland; 6'0"; light-grey-dark; mechanic.
GARDNER, James H., Duval, FL; 5'6"; light-blue-light; farmer.
GORDON, Cristie, Middlesex, England; 5'9"; dark-dark-dark; farmer.
HUDNALL, James, Lancaster, PA; 5'6"; dark-brown-brown; farmer.
JAMES, Lloyd, Camden, GA; 6'2"; light-blu-light; farmer.
JONES, James C. C., Nassau, FL; 5'10", light-blue-light; farmer.
JORDAN, William, Macon, AL; 5'4", light-blue-dark; farmer.
I3LP, Leiws, Hessian, Germany; 6')", dark-dark-dark; carpenter.
LESILS, Armand, Liberty, GA; 5'10"; ligh=blue=light, farmer.
LLOYD, John F., Camden, GA; 6'2"; light-black-light; farmer.
LOWE, Columbua, Camden, GA; 5'11"; dark-black-black; farmer.
LOWE, Wesley, Camden, GA; 5'8"; dark-black-black; farmer.
MITCHELL, William, Baltimore, MD; 5'6"; light-black-dark; farmer.
MORRISON, James M., no description; see list of deaths on previous page.
MORRISON, Robert A., Laurens, GA; 5'8"; dark-black-black; farmer.
NORTON, Lewis, Horry, SC; 5'8"; light-blue-black; farmer.
O'NEIL, Henry, Nassau, FL; 5'9-3/4"; light-blue-dark; farmer.
READING, Wade H., Scrivin, GA; 6'0"; dark-blue-black; farmer.
ROBERTS, Francis M., Horry, SC; 5'10"; dark-gray-dark; farmer.
ROEN, John, Bullock, GA; 5'10"; light-blue-light; farmer.
ROSS, Francis, Hamilton, FL; 5'8"; light-blue-light; farmer.
RYALS, Abel, McIntosh, GA; 5'6"; light-grey-light; farmer.
SAX, George, Saxony, Germany; 5'9"; light-grey-light; farmer.
SMITH, James P., Elbert, GA; 5'9"; light-blue-brown; merchant.
SMITH, John B., Salem, NJ; 5'6"; dark-dark-dark; farmer.
SMITH, Jeremiah B., Bibb, GA; 5'11", light-blue-brown; merchant.
SMITH, William, Duval, FL; 5'6"; light-grey-light; farmer.
SWEAT, Henry M., Columbia, FL; 5'9", light-grey-dark; farmer.
TURNER, Owen, Marion, SC; 5'7", dark-darkdark; farmer.
TYSON, John E., Nassau, FL; 6'0", light-grey-brown; farmer.
WARREN, James C., Duval, FL; 5'5"; dark-blue-light; farmer.
WEST, Edwin, Horry, SC; 6'0"; dark-dark-dark; M. D.
WEST, William, Duval, FL; 5'1"; light-grey-red; farmer.
WILKINSON, John, Duval, FL; 5'10"; dark-dark-dark; farmer.
McDOUGALD, Archibald, Robison, NC; 6'0"; light-grey-light; farmer.
HAGANS, David, Apling, GA; 5'10"; ligh-grey-dark; farmer.
EUBANKS, Jesup, Duval, FL; 5'11"; dark-gray-black; farmer.
OSTEEN, William, Ware, GA; 5'9-1/2"; light-grey-light; farmer.
SMITH, Hutchison, Towns, GA; 5'10";light-grey-light; farmer.
MIXON, David, Duval, FL; 4'9"; dark-black-black; farming.
NORMAN, Daniel G. W., Apling, GA; 5'3", dark-grey-gark; farming.
CONWAY, William, Camden, GA; 6'0"; light-blue-black; farming.
WILSON, William, Duval, FL; 5'9"; light-grey-dark; farmer.
WILSON, John, Hamilton, FL; 5'6"; dark-grey-black; farmer.
WEEKS, James A., GA; 6'1"; light-grey-light; farmer.
BOOTHE, William, Liberty, GA; 5'10-1/2"; dark-dark-dark; farmer.
DOUGLAS, Robert, Hamilton, FL; 5'5"; dark-hazel-black; farmer.









Vol. 4, pp 66-57, PRIVATES, Descriptive Roll Cont'd:

BRADLEY, John, Nassau, FL; 5'10", light-blue-light; farmer.
ROBERTS, Josiah, Duval, FL; 5'6"; dark-dark-dark; farmer.
NORMAN, John, Madison, FL; light-light-dark; farmer.
WEST, James C., Horry, SC; 5'5"; light-blue-red; farming.
NICHOLS, Richard P., Clay, GA; 5'1", dark-blue-light; farmer.



Pages 68-69-70-71

Muster Roll of Captain John M. Hanson's Company of Mounted Volunteers of Flor-
ida Militia, ordered into service of the United States by requisition of Gov.
Call from the 3rd day of November 1836 to the 3rd day of February 1837.

The Company was enrolled at St. Augustine, E.F., by Captain G. L. Drane on 3rd
November 1836. Certified a true muster on same date and place by J. M. Hanson,
Captain, Cammanding the Company and by G. L. Drane, Capt., 3d Arty, Inspector &
Mustering Officer. NOTE: This muster roll included names and descriptions of
horses owned by each soldier.

1. John M. HANSON, Captain, bay horse.
2. Francis PALLICER, Sen., 1st Lieut., bay horse.
3. John FEREIRA, 2d LIeut., brown mare.

1. George C. ACOSTA, Sgt., brown mare. 1. Donato BRAVO, Cpl.,sorrel horse.
2. Philip WEADMAN, Sgt., sorrel mare. 2. John CANOVAS, Cpl.,sorrel horse.
3. John MASTERS, Sgt., bay mare 3. Gabriel MASTERS, Cpl.,brown mare

PRIVATES

1. ANDREU, Donato, brown mare. 27. PERPALL, Philip, sorrel horse.
2. ACOSTA, Dcningo, grey mare. 28. PONCE, John, black mare.
3. ANDREU, Antonio, bay mare. 29. PALICIER, Francis, Jr., bay
4. BORHAS, Antonio, White mare. mare.
5. BAILR, Jacob, gray horse. 30. PACETTY, Andres, Sen., sorrel
6. COLLINS, D., bay horse. horse.
7. CERCOPOLY, Domingo, cream horse. 31. PACETTY, Antonio, bay mare.
8. FALANY, James, brown horse. 32. PONCE, James, sorrel stud.
9. FLESHMAN, Abram, bay mare. 33. PALICIER, Antonio, sorrel mare
10. GEIGER, Paul, sorrel mare. 34. ROJERS, Patrick, sorrel horse
11. GRRASIES, Joseph, sorrel horse. 35. SANCHEZ, Francis, sorrel horse
12. IRGO, Matio, roan horse. 36. SEGUI, Bartolo, bay mare.
13. JAEN, Phillip, brown mare. 37. SUARES, John, bay mare.
14. JANIVAR,Francis, bay mare. 38. SANCHEZ, Morici, sorrel mare
15. LEONARDY, Celestino, sorrel mare. 39. SEGUI, John, bay horse
16. LOPIZ, Stephen, sorrel mare. 40. SOLANA, Manuel, black horse
17. LURSEY,vJoseph, Jr., bay mare. 41. SABATE,Rcmand, bay stud
18. LOPIZ, Ignatio, bay horse. 42. THOMAS, Henry, roan mare
19. LEONARDY, Rogue, white horse. 43. TREIYE, Victorno, black mare.
20. MEDICIS, George, sorrel horse. 44. TREIYE, GERONIMO, bay horse
21. MASTERS, Bartolo, bay mare. 45. TURNER, David, sorrel horse.
22. MIRANDA, Silvario, cream horse. 46. WEADMAN, Paul, black mare.
23. MEIR, Atilano, bay mare. 47. XIMENEZ, Raphael, bay mare
24. MANUCY, Philip, sorrel horse. 48. SOLANA, Kietano, sorrel horse
25. MASTERS, Peter, sorrel mare. 49. ARVICE (AVICE?), Francis, white
26. OTAGUS, Ignatio, sorrel horse. horse.









Vol. 4, pp 68-69-70-71, PRIVATES, Cont'd

50. BROWN, Ezekiel, black mare. 53. John MASTERS, sorrel mare.
51. MICKLER, Jacob, bay horse. 54. MAIR, Venancia, sorrel stud.
52. MICKLER, Robert, chestnut mare. 55. DEMASTERS, Henry, black horse.

NOTE: Pages 70-71 were identical to pages 68-69 except as follows:

Rogue LEONARDY was promoted to Sergt., 8th December 1836.
Bartolo MASTERS was promoted to Corporal, 8th December 1836.

Private No. 4 name spelled BORJAS, Antonio.
" No. 6 name spelled COLLINS, Demsey.
" No. 12- could be Matthew IAGO.
No. 16 & 18, named spelled LOPEZ.
" No. 26- Name spelled ORTAGUS.
No. 29 & 33, name spelled PALLICER.
" No. 34, name spelled ROGERS.
No. 38, name spelled MORICIA.
" No. 43 & 44, name spelled TRIAY.
No. 54, name spelled MEIR.


Pages 72-73

Muster Roll of Captain John Hanson's Company of Mounted Volunteers of Florida
Militia, commanded by Brig.-Gen'l J. M. Hernandez, ordered into service of the
United States by Maj. Gen'l Jesup from the 6th day of February 1837 to the 5th
day of August 1837 unless sooner discharged.

The muster was certified by J.M. Hanson, Captain, Cammanding the Company, and
by L. B. WEBSTER, Captain, Art'y, Inspector & Mustering Officer.
Date: 10 February 1837.
Station: St. Augustine, E. F.

1. John M. HANSON, Captain, 2 bay horses, 1 sword.*
2 .Francis PALICIER, 1st Lieut, sorrel horse, black horse, sword.*
3. John FERARRA, 2d Lieut., 2 sorrel horses, 1 sword.*
* Issued by the United States Army.

1. John SANCHEZ, 1st Sgt., white horse. 1. Not readable, Cpl., grey horse.
2. D. OOLLINS, Sgt.,Sgt., bay horse. 2/ John CANOVAS, Cpl.,black mare.
3. Roman SABATE, Sgt., bay horse. 3. Manuel SOLANA, Cpl., sorrel.
4. Robt. MICKLER, Sgt., chestnut horse. 4. Dmaingo CECOPLY.

PRIVATES

1. CAMPBELL, Robt.,Musician, 10. CANOVAS, Joseph, sorrel horse.
black horse. 11. CLEMENTS, John, white horse.
2. ANDERSON, William, bay horse. 12. DEMASTERS, Henry, bay horse.
3. ANDREW, Alexis, bay horse. 13. DUPONT, Virgil, Corporal frame
4. ANDREW, Antonio, bay mare. 2/8/1837.
5. BROWN, Ezekiel, bay mare. 14. FALANY, James, bay horse.
6. BRAVO, Gregory, bay mare. 15. GRASIAS, Joseph, black horse.
7. BUTTERWORTH, J., brown horse. 16. GROVES, Henry, black horse.
8. CAMPBELL, Otis, gray horse. 17. GIEGER, Paul, sorrel horse.
9. COLLINS, John, grey horse. 18. HORN, James, black horse.









Vol. 4, pp 72-73, PRIVATES, cont'd

19. HALE, Daniel, grey horse. 36. PINKERTON, John, sorrel horse.
20. IRGO, Mathio, white horse. 37. ROGERS, Patrick, bay horse
21. LEONARDY, Celestino, black 38. SANDERS, Daniel, black mare.
horse. 39. SANDERS, Jessy, bay horse
22. LOPEZ, Stephen, white horse. 40. SANCHEZ, Francis, bay horse.
23. MANUCY, Philip, brown horse. 41. SOLANA, Dionecio, sorrl horse.
24. MICKLER, Jacob, sorrel horse. 42. SOLANA, Cayetano, Brown horse.
25. MIER, Atelano, black horse. 43. SANCHEZ, Joseph, sorrel mare.
26. MIER, Venancio, baY mare. 44. SEVAL, Peter, sorrel horse.
27. MEDICIS, Elias, white horse. 45. TORES, Raphael, sorre horse.
28. MORICY, Thomas, sorrel horse. 46. TREIY, Victoreno, bay horse.
29. MERANDA, Silvario, sorrel horse. 47. TURNER, David, grey horse.
30. OTAGUS, Ignatio, bay horse. 48. THOMAS, Henry, sorrel mare.
31. PERPALL, Philip, black horse. 49. WEADMAN, Paul, black horse.
32. PACETTY, Andres, bay mare. 50. WALKER, John, bay mare.
33. PALICIER, Antonio, sorrel 51. WILLIAMS, John, sorrel horse.
34. PONCE, James, black horse. 52. WIGGINS, Ben, black horse.
35. PALICIER, Francis, bay mare.


Pages 74-75

Muster Roll of Captain John M. Hanson's Company of the Mounted Volunteers of
the Florida Militia, commanded by Capt. J. M. Hanson, ordered into service of
the United States by Major General T. L. Jesup from the 6th day of February to
the 6th day of June 1837.

Certified a true muster by Capt. J.M. HANSON, Commanding the Campany and on the
same date by L. B. Webster, Capt., 1st Art'y, Inspector & Mustering Officer.
Date: 12 June 1837. Station: St. Augustine, E. F.

1. John M. HANSON, Captain 7. D. COLLINS, 4th Sergt.
2. Francis PELLICER, Sr., 1st Lieut. 8. JOHN CANOVAS, 1st Corpl.
3. John FEREIRA, 2d Lieut. 9. Manuel SOLANO, 2d Corpl.
4. John SANCHEZ, 1st Sergt. 10. Dcmingo SERCOPOLY, 3d Corpl.
5. Ramon SABATE, 2d Sergt. 11. Vergil DUPONT, promoted to
6. Robert MICKLER, 3d Sergt. Corporal 8 Feb. 1837.

PRIVATES

12. ANDREW, Antonio 27. GEIGER, Paul
13. ANDERSON, William 28. HORN, James
14. ANDREW, Alexis 29. HALL, Daniel
15. BROWN,Ezekiel 30. IAGO, Matthew
16. BRAVO, Gregory 31. LEONARDY, Celestino
17. BUTTERWORTH, J. 32. LOPEZ, Stephen
18. CAMPBELL, Robert 33. MANUCEY, Philip
19. CAMPBELL, Otis 34. MICKLER, Jacob, sick.
20. COLLINS, John 35. MIER, Jacob, gone.
21. CANOVIS, Joseph 36. MIER, Venancio
22. CLEMENS, John 37. MEDECIS, Elias
23. DEMASTUS, Henry, sick, absent. 38. MORRICEY, Thomas
24. FALANY, James 39. MERANDA, Silvario, sick.
25. GROVES,Henry 40. ORTAGUS, Ignatio
26. GRACIAS, Joseph. 41. PINKERTON, John









Vol. 4, pp 74-75, PRIVATES, Cont'd

42. PELLICER, Francis, Jr, 53. SEVILLE, Peter
43. PONCE, James 54. SANCHEZ, Joseph
44. PELLICER, Antonio 55. THOMAS, Henry
45. PERPALL, Philip 56. TORRES, Raphael
46. PACETTY, Andres, Jr. 57. TRIAY, Victorio
47. ROGERS, Patrick 58. TURNER, David
48. SOLANO, Caytano 59. WEEDMAN, Paul
49. SOLANO, Dionicea 60. WALKER, John
50. SANCHEZ, Francis 61. WIGGINS, Ben
51. SAUNDERS, Jesse 62. MIER, Altelano
52. SAUNDERS, Daniel


Pages 76-77

Muster Roll of Captain John M. Hanson's Company of Florida Mounted Volunteers
commanded by Capt. John M. Hanson, ordered into service of the United States by
Maj. Gen. Thomas S. Jessup fran the 6th day of February 1837 to the 6th day of
August 1837.

Certified a true muster by Capt. J. M. Hanson, Cnomanding the Canpany. Date:
August 7, 1837. Station: St. Augustine, E.F.

NOTE: This muster roll was identical to the roll on pages 74-75 except for
different spellings of surname in some cases; also, Jacob MEIR was not listed
on this roll and Altelano MIER was not listed on the first roll.



Pages 78-79-80-81

NOTE: Two identical muster rolls for the Campany listed below. First one is
listed on pages 78-79 and the second on pages 80-81. Headings of the two
muster rolls are:

(a) Muster Roll of Captain John M. Hanson's Company of Florida Mounted
Volunteers, commanded by Capt. J. M. Hanson, ordered into service of the United
States by Mah. Gen. T. S. Jesup frcm the 9th day of August 1837 to the 8th day
of February, 1838. The Company was enrolled at St. Augustine, E. F. by Capt.
L. B. Webster for a period of six months. C. Andrews was the Paymaster. Cer-
tified a true muster on 31 Aug. 1837, at St. Augustine, by Capt. J. M.
Hanson and Capt. L. B. Webster.

(b) Muster Roll of Captain John M Hanson's Company of Florida Mounted Volun-
teers, under the Act of Congress, 23d May 1836, commanded by Capt J. M. Hanson
ordered into service of the United States by Maj. Gen. T. S. Jesup from the
9th day of August 1837 to the 8th day of October 1837. Certified a true muster
on October 9, 1837, at St. Augustine by Capt. J. M. Hanson, Canmanding the
Company and by L. B. Webster, Captain, 1st Regt. Art'y, Inspector & Mustering
Officer.









Vol. 4, pp 78-79-80-81, cont'd



1. J. M. HANSON, Capt. 1. G. T. ZELENBOWER, 1st Sgt.
2. Francis PELLICER, 1st Lt. 2. Philip WEEDMAN, 2d Sgt.
3. John FERRERA, 2d Lt. 3. Norman SABATE, 3d Sgt.
4. John MASTERS, 4th Sgt.

5. William DAVIS, Ist Cpl.
6. Domingo SECOPELY, 2d Cpl.
7. Raphael OLIVERES, 3d Cpl., reduced to Private on 8 Sept. 1837.
8. Robert CAMPBELL, Musician


PRIVATES

9. Antonio ANDREU 39. John McCABE
10. Donatta ANDREU 40. Thomas NEWTON
11. Jacob BROWN 41. E. O'MAREA (O'MARRA)
12. Antonio BYAR (BRYAN) 42. Ignatis ORTAGOUS (ORTAGUS)
13. L. F. BEACROFT (BECROFT) 43. James PONCE
14. EZEKIEL BROWN 44. Andrew PACETTY, Senr.
15. HENRY DeMASTERS 45. Andrew PACETTY, Junr.
16. JOHN DUBOIS 46. Antonio PACETTY
17. B. DALANY (DELANY) 47. John PINKERTON
18. Joseph GASCIOUS 48. Francis PELLICEER
19. C. FERRINA (FARROW) 49. William RANTON (RAUTON)
20. V. FRANCIS 50. Albert ROHANE, James ORR, substi-
21. James HORN tute for, Promoted to Corporal
22. Daniel HALL 9 Sept.
23. Edward HORAN 51. Joseph SANCHEZ
24. Henry HELINBOLD, Peter KRABS 52. Dionicio SOLANO
substituted for 53. Daniel SANDERS
25. Matthew IAGO 54. P. SEVILLE (SEVELL)
26. Edward JACKSON 55. Raphael TORRES
27. John KERR 56. V.OTREAY (TRIAY)
28. William KEMP 57. John WALKER
29. John KING 58. John B. WHEATL(E)Y
30. Matthew LONG, George B. CURTIS, 60. William WILLIAMS
substituted for; LONG trans. 61. Philip MAUNCEY (MANUCY)
from Capt. E. B. GOULD's
Co. 8/10/1837.
31. Henry LINDSAY
32. James J. LINCH, trans. to
Capt, E. B. GOULD's Co.
33. Venancio MIER
34. Bartolo MASTERS
35. Thomas MORRICY
36. Peter MASTERS, Senr.
37. Peter MASTERS, Junr.
38. John MASTERS









Vol. 4, cont'd
Pages 82-83

Muster Roll of Captain Oscar Hart's Independent Company of Florida Mounted
Volunteers, mustered into the service of the United States on August 25, 1857.
The Company was enrolled on August 25th and, with the exception of Pvt. Joseph
ANDREWS who had no travel miles, all travelled 220 miles to Fort Brooke, Fla.
the place of rendezvous.

NOTE: This is a hand-drawn muster roll and includes: (1) Name, (2) Rank, 3)
age, (4) dollar value of horsess, and (5) dollar value of equipment. No sign-
ature certifications appeared on this roll.

1. Oscar HART, Captain, age 37; $175/10.
2. Joseph N. HADDOCK, 1st Lieutenant, age 23; $125/10.
3. William L. COWART, 2d Lieutenant, age 25; $125/5.
4. Francis C. SOLEE, 1st Sergeant, age 23; $175/15.
5. Daniel P. W. CRIBB, Sergeant, age 28; $90/7.
6. Archibald HOGANS, Sergeant, age 28; $140/7.
7. Thomas N. BROWN, Sergeant, age 25; $140/10.
8. Joel WALKER, Corporal, age 22; $125/5.
9. Ezekiel G. BRUNTON, Corporal, age 20; $125/1.
10. William C. OOBB, Corporal, age 31; $80/7.
11. Simeon MONCRIEF, Corporal, age 20; $150/12.
12. (blank) bugler.
13. (blank) bugler.
14. Charles R. BURNS, Farrier, age 38; $80/3.

PRIVATES

15. Wright T. ADAMS, 34; $140/10. 41. John MONTCRIEF, 24; $130/10.
16. Needam ARNOLD, 28; $130/8 42. James OBERRY, 19; $80/8.
17. Joseph ANDREWS, 27; $200/10. 43. James OSTEEN, 23; $75/5.
18. James BENETT, 25; $130/10. 44. Rielly OSTEEN, 20; $50/5.
19. Benjamin F. BEERS, 37; $80/18. 45. Augustus PHIEFFER, 25; $80/7.
20. John D. BEAUFORD, 23; $100/7. 46. Charles OTT, 21; $80/8.
21. John C. BEVERIGE, 25; 4470/5. 47. George REYNOLDS, 23; $100/7.
22. Johnathan BICE, 47; $125/5. 48. Hiram RICKERSON, 21; $140/8.
23. William E. BUCHANAN, 26; $150/3. 49. Eli RICKERSON, 19; $150/10.
24. Samuel CREWS, 25; $90/10. 50. Mathew ROBERSON, 22, $100/10.
25. Asberry CREWS, 27; $90/7. 51. Allen ROBERSON, 30; $90/10.
26. John DEAN, 28; $40/3. 52. John ROWLAND, 30; $100/10.
27. Orin E. DAY, 28; $50/10. 53> Jacob RAULERSON, 35; $90/2.
28. John DOYLE, 37; $50/8. 54. James W. ROWLAND, 19; $80/2.
29. William F. EADY, 37; $125/10. 55. Matthew RAULERSON, 19; $90/5
30. Thomas F. FLOYD, 22; $100/8. 56. John SCOTT, 46; $95/5.
31. William H. HOUSTON, 22; $100/10. 57. William H. SHIELDS, 29; $40/10.
32. Henry GAINNY, 48; $50/3. 58. Randolph H. SHAFFER, 27; $90/5.
33. Isaac HOUSTON, 33: $60/3. 59. David D. SMITH, 29; $90/7.
34. Stephen H. HULL, 19; $80/10. 60. William H. SMITH, 18; $130/10.
35. Earich JOHNSON, 23; $100/7. 61. William STRICKLAND, 18; $90/7.
36. George JOHNS, 30; $125/7. 62. Joel SPIKES, 23; $60/7.
37. Isaac N. LANG, 24; $200/25. 63. Joshua TANNER, 25; $80/3.
38. Richard LYNN, 42; $80/10. 64. Augustus W. SUHR, 21; $50/7.
39. William MELVIN, 27; $140/10. 65. Collin THOMAS, 21; $80/5.
40. Benjamin MILTON, 45; $80/8. 66. Cornelius TANNER, 20; $80/5.








Vol. 4, pp 82-83, PRIVATES, cont'd

67. Lawrence TOMPKINS, 25; $160/7. 73. Thomas WHITE, 18; $125/7.
68. Solomon THOMAS, 19; $125/7. 74. Andrw WOODWARD, 21; $130/12.
69. Francis VARRINA, 19; $125/10. 75. Isaiah YOUNGBLOOD, 25, $100/3.
70. George A. WALKER, 23; $130/10. 76. *Daniel W. CREWS, 19.
71. William W. WILLIAMS, 20, $100/7. 77. *Ried G. COWART, 20.
72. Charles WITH, 18; $30/3. 78. *Samuel CREWS, 23.

*No value shown for horse/horse equipment.

Pages 84-85

Muster Roll of Captain Oscar Hart's Independent Ccmpnay of Mounted Florida Vol-
unteers, called into service of the United States by Colonel L. G. Loanis from
the 25th day of August 1857 for the term of six months.

This Muster Roll is identical to the foregoing roll on pages 83-84 and was cer-
tified by Captain Oscar Hart, Commanding the Company, at Fort Brooke, Fla., on
August 25, 1857. On the same date and place, the appraisals of horses and
horse equipment was certified as just and true by J. L. LOCKHART, M. POST and
H. L. MITCHELL. Mustering Officer was S. L. LEE, 1st Lieut, 4th Art'y.

The only differences in this roll and the foregoing roll were spellings of
same names, i.e., John C. BEVERIGE, was spelled BEVERIGNE; Randolf
W.SHAFFER was changed to Randolph R. SHAFFER, and Lawrence TOMPKINS, was
change to Thomey TOMPKINS.


Pages 86-87

Descriptive Roll of Captain O. Hart's Independent Company of Florida Mounted
Volunteers mustered out of service on February 24th, 1858.

NOTE: This was a hand-drawn muster roll containing columns showing: (1)
Rank, (2) Name, Where born: (3) Town/County, (4) State/Kingdom;
Height: (5)Feet, (6) Inches; Color: (7) Complexion, (8) Eyes, (9)
Hair; and (10) Occupation. The writing was very faint and descriptions in
some cases was incomplete or totally lacking.

Captain, Oscar HART no description.
1st Lieutenant, Joseph N. HADDOCK no description.
2nd LIeutenant, Francis C. SOLEE no description.

Sgt. Daniel P. W. CRIBB, Ware, GA; 5'10"; fair-blue-brown; farming.
Sgt. Archibald HOGANS, Ware, GA; 6'0"; dark-black-black; farming.
Sgt. Thomas N. BROWN, Portland, Mane; 6'2"; fair-blue-?; timber cutter.
Sgt. Joel WALKER, Ware, GA; 5'7"; fair-blue-yelow; farming.

Cpl. Ezekiel BROOTEN, Tatnall, GA; 5'8", fair-blue-?; farmer.
Cpl. William C. COBB, Tatnall, GA; 5'6"; fair-blue-?; farmer.
Cpl. Simeon MONTCRIEF, Lincoln, GA; 5'8"; fair-gray-light; carpenter.
Farrier, Charles R. BURNS, Camden, GA; 5'*', fair-gray-brown, ? .








Vol. 4, pp 86-87, cont'd
PRIVATES

ADAMS, Wright T., Clinch, GA; 5'7-3/4"; fair-gray-brown, occupation ?
ANDREWS, Joseph, Weekly, IN; 5'8"; fair-gray-?; occupation ?
ARNOLD, Needam, Montgamery, state?; 5'6"; dark-black-black; occupation ?
BEAUFORD, John D., Nassau, FL; 5'10"; fair-blue-brown; occupation ?
BICE, Johnathan, Spartanburg, SC; 6'0"; fair-blue-brown; farmer.
BEERS, Benjamin F., Yates, NY; 5'10"; fair-blue-brown; farmer.
BENNETT, James, Towns, GA; 6'1"; dark-black-black; farmer.
BEVERIGUE, John C., Coffee, GA; 5'6"; fair-gray-brown; farmer.
BUCHANAN, William, Anderson, SC; 5'10"; fair-black-black; carpenter.
CREWS, Asberry; no description.
CREWS, Samuel, born ? ; 6'3-1/2"; fair-blue-yellow; farmer.
CREWS, Samuel, Charlton, GA; 5'10"; dark-dark-black; farmer.
CREWS, Daniel W., Nassau, FL; 4'0"; fair-blue-light; farming.
DAY, Orin E.1 no description.
DOYLE, John; Ireland; 5'7-3/4"; fair-dark-brown; farming.
EADY, William F., Beaufort, SC; 5'8"; fair-black-?; occupation ?
FLOYD, Tholmas F., Beaufort, SC, 6'3", fair-blue-light; lumber cutter.
GAINNY, Henry; Roanoak, VA; 5'9"; fair-blue-dark; farmer.
HOUSTON, Isaac, Glynn, GA; 5'10"; fair-blue-black; farmer.
HOUSTON, William H., Duval, FL; 5'9", fair-black-dark; farmer.
HALL, Stephen H., Columbia, FL; 5'4", fair-black-light; farmer.
JOHNS, George, Camden, GA; 5'10", fair-black-black; farmer.
JOHNSON, Earich; no description.
LANG, Isaac N., Camden, GA; 5'8"; fair-gray-light; clerk.
LYNN, Richard, Atlanta, GA; 5'8-1/2"; fair-blue-red; sailor.
MELVIN, William, Columbia, FL; 5'8"; fair-blue-light, farming.
MILTON, Benjamin: no description.
MONTCRIEF, John; GA; 5'10", fair-dark-light; farming.
OBERRY, James, McIntosh, GA; 4'7"; dark-light-brown; farming.
OSTEEN, James, Camden, GA; 5'8"; fair-blue-light; farming.
OSTEEN, Rielly, Camden, GA; 5'10"; fair-gray-light; farming.
OTT, Charles, Germany; 5'6"; fair-blue-light; baker.
PHIEFFER, Augustus, Germany; 5'5"; dark-black-light; butcher.
ROBERSON, Allen, Ware, GA; 6'0"; fair-blue-dark; farming.
ROBERSON, Mathew, Ware, GA; 6'0"; fair-dark-light; farming.
RICKERSON, Eli, Ware, GA; 5'9"; fair-black-light; farming.
RICKERSON, Isham, Ware, GA; 5'10"; fair-black-light; farming.
ROWLAND, John, Lowndes, GA; 5'6"; fair-blue-light; farming.
ROWLAND, James W., Lowndes, GA; 5'2"; fair-blue-light; farming.
RAULERSON, Mathew, Columbia, FL; 5'11"; dark-black-black; farming.
REYNOLDS, George, Liverpool, England; 5'8", fair-black-dark; farming.
SCOTT, John; no description.
SHIELDS, William H.; no description.
SHAFFERR, Randolph R., Charleston, SC; 5'2"; dark-blue-black; school teacher.
SMITH, David; born ?; 5'11-1/2"; fair-black-black; farming.
SMITH, William H., Duval, FL; 5'6"; fair-blue-light; occupation ?
STRICKLAND, William, Tatnall, GA; 5'4"; fair-blue-light; occupation ?
SPIKES, Joel, Telfair; GA; 5'10"; fair-blue-light; occupation ?
SUHR, Augustus W., Hamburg, Germany; 5'11"; fair-blue-light; painter.
TANNER, Joshua; no description.
TANNER, Cornelius; no description
THOMAS, Collins, Apling, GA; 5'5"; fair-blue-light; occupation ?
THOMAS, Solomon, Apling, GA; 5'4"; fair-blue-light; occupation ?
TOMPKINS, Thomas, Camden, GA; 5'8"; dark-dark-dark; carpenter.








Vol. 4, pp 86-87, PRIVATES, cont'd

WALKER, George A., no description.
WILLIAMS, William W., no description.
WHITE, Thomas, Ware, GA; 5'10"; fair-blue-light; occupation ?
WITH, Charles, Germany; 5'5"; fiar-blue-light; occupation ?
WOODWARD, Andrew, NC; 5'6"; fiar-black-light; occupation ?
YOUNGBLOOD, Isaiah, no description.
BRIDGES, Stephen M., Jefferson, FL; 5'3"; fair-grey-dark; occupation ?
GRANTHAM, John W., Coffee, GA; 5'11", fair-dark-dark; occupation ?
DILLBARY, Francis, Duval, FL; 5'6"; dark-black-black; occupation ?
STRICKLAND, Abraham, Lowndes, GA; 5'7"; fair-gray-brown; occupation ?
KNIGHT, James R., Lowndes, GA; 5'2", fair-black-light; occupation ?
BLITCH, Elisha; no description.
BRANTLEY, William T., Conecuh, AL; 5'7", fair-black-light; occupation ?
LEE, Everett, Johnson; NC; 6'l"; dark-black-black; occupation ?
BURNETT, William, Apling, GA; 5'10", fair-blue-dark; occupation ?
CHAMBERLAIN, John H.; no description.


Pages 88-89

Muster Roll of Capt. Oscar Hart's Independent Company of Florida Mounted Vol-
unteers, called into service of the United States by Col. Gustavus Loamis, 5th
Regiment of Infantry, under Instructions from the War Department, November llth
1856 at Fort Brooke, Fla., on the 25th day of August 1857 to serve the term of
6 months from the date of enrollemnt unless sooner discharged, from the 26th
day of August 1857 to the 26th day of February 1858. The Company was organized
by Capt. Oscar Hart at Jacksonville, E. F. in the month of August 1857 and
marched thence to Fort Brooke, Fla. where it arrived the 25th of August; a dis-
tance of 220 miles.

The column headings on this muster roll include for each man: Name, rank, age,
and the appraised dollar value value of horses) and equipment owned by the
men. The muster was certified as true by Oscar Hart, Captain, commanding the
company on February 26, 1858 at Fort Brooke, Florida.

1. Oscar HART, Captain, age 37; $195/10; lost horse while on march, Sep. 12,
1857; remounted immediately.
2. Joseph N. HADDOCK, 1st Lieut., age 23; $125/10.
3. Francis C. SOLEE, 2d Lieut., age 23; $175/15; promoted from 1st Sergt. to
2d Lieut. Nov. 15, 1857 vice COWARD, resigned.

1. Archibald HOGANS, Sgt., age 28; $140/7; promoted from Sgt. to 1st Sgt.
Nov. 25, 1857; lost horse from snake bite while on march, Sept. 29th;
remounted immediately.
2. Daniel P. W. CRIBB, Sgt., age 38; $90/7.
3. Thomas M. BROWN, Sgt., age 25; $140/10.
4. Joel WALKER, Sgt., age 22; $125/5; was corporal fran enrollment to Nov.
25th and then Sgt. to Feb. 14th, 1858.

1. Ezekiel G. BREWTON, Corporal, age 20; $125/1.
2. William C. OOBB, Corporal, age 31; $80/7.
3. Simeon MONTCRIEF, Corporal, age 20; $150/12.
4. Isaac N. LANG, Corporal, age 24; $200/25.

1. Charles R. BURNS, Farrier, age 38; $80/3.








Vol. 4, pp 88-89, cont'd
PRIVATES

1. ADAMS, Wright T., age 34, $140/10; was Farrier frma January 256th to date
of discharge.
2. ARNOLD, Needam, age 28, $130/8.
3. BEAUFORD, John D., age 23; $100/7.
4. BEERS, Benjamin F., age 37; $80/18.
5. BICE, Johnathan, age 47; $125/5.
6. BENNETT, James, age 25, $130/10.
7. BEVERIGE, John C., age 25; $70/5.
8. BUCHANAN, William E., age 26; $150/3; horse died for want of forage on
Feb. 10th; remounted immediately.
9. BRIDGES, Stephen M., age 19; $80/10.
10. BRANTLEY, William T., age 22; $125/12; horse disabled and abandoned by
order of Lt. COWART in Oct.; dismounted for two months.
11. BENNETT, William, age 35; $75/8.
12. CHAMBERLAIN, John H., age 19; $80/9.
13. CREWS, Asberry, age 27; $90/7; was bugler from Sep. 1st to date of mus-
tering out.
14. CREWS, Samuel, age 25; $90/10.
15. CREWS, Samuel, Junr., age 23; $70/8.
16. CREWS, Daniel W., age 19; $80/10.
17. DAY, Orin E., age 28; $50/10.
18. DEAN, John, age 28; $40/3; horse died for want of forage Feb. 4th; re-
mounted immediately.
19. DOYLE, John, age 37; $50/8.
20. DILLBARY, Francis, age 28; $75/9.
21. EADY, William F., age 37; $125/10.
22. FLOYD, Thcmas F., age 22; $100/8.
23. GAINNY, Henry, age 48; $50/3; horse broke down Nov. 18th and ordered to
be shot by the Captain; remounted Dec. 18th.
24. GRANTHAM, John W., age 23; $70/4.
25. HOUSTON, Isaac, age 33; $60/3; horse gave out and died while on march
Feb. 5th; remounted immediately.
26. HOUSTON, William H., age 22; $100/10.
27. HALL, Stephen H., age 19; $80/10.
28. JOHNS, George, age 30; $125/7; horse died Nov. 10th, cause unknown; re-
mounted; lost horse in ? river Feb. 17th; remount-
ed immediately.
29. JOHNSON, Earich, age 23; $100/7.
30. KNIGHT, James R., age 20; $125/9.
31. LEE, Everet, age 23; $130/7.
32. LYNN, Richard, age 42; $80/10.
33. MELVIN, William, age 27; $140/10.
34. MONNCRIEF, John, age 24; $130/10; horse died Jan. 29th; not remounted.
35. OBERRY, James, age 19; $80/8.
36. OSTEEN, James, age 23; $75/5.
37. OSTEEN, Rielly, age 20; $50/5.
38. OTT, Charles, age 21; $80/8.
39. PHIEFFER, Augustus, age 25; $80/7; horse broke down on march and abandon-
ed Dec. 31, 1857; remounted Feb. 20, 1858.
40. ROBERSON, Allen, age 30; $90/10.
41. ROBERSON, Mathew, age 22; $100/10.
42. RICKERSON, Eli, age 19; $150/10; sold hore Jan. 14th; remounted on Feb.
20th, 1858.
43. RICKERSON, Hiram, age 21; $140/8.








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44. ROWLAND, John, age 20; $100/10.
45. ROWLAND, James WS., age 19; $80/2; lost horse from snake bite Feb. 4th,
1858; remounted immediately.
46. RAWLERSON, Mathew, age 19; $90/5.
47. RENNOLDS, George, age 23; $100/7.
48. SCOTT, John, age 46; $75/5.
49. STRICKLAND, Abraham, age 24; $75/12.
50. SHIELDS, William H., age 29; $40/10.
51. SHAFFER, Randolf R., age 27; $90/5.
52. SMITH, David D.,age 29; $90/7.
53. SMITH, William H., age 18; $130/10; horse turned out to graze for want of
forage, strayed off Jan. 1st; remounted immediately.
54. STRICKLAND, William, age 18; $90/7.
55. SPIKES, Joel, age 23; $60/7.
56. SUHR, Augustus W., age 21; $50/7.
57. TANNER, Joshua, age 25; $80/3.
58. TANNER, Cornelius, age 20; $80/5.
59. THOMAS, Collin, age 21; $80/5.
60. THOMAS, Solomon, age 19; $125/7.
61. TOMPKINS, Lawrence, age 25; $160/7.
62. WALKER, George A., age 23; $130/10.
63. WILLIAMS, William W., age 20; $100/7.
64. WHITE, Thomas, age 18; $125/7.
65. WITH, Charles, age 18; $30/3.
66. WOODWARD, Andrew, age 21; $130/12.
67. YOUNGBLOOD, Isiah, age 25; $100/3.

RESIGNED: William L. COWART, 2nd Lt., age 25; $125/5; was 2nd Lt., from Aug.
25th 1857 to the date of resignation.

DIED: MILTON, Benjamin, Pvt., age 45; $80/7; died at Ft. _? Fla. on
Jan.y 31st, 1858.
VARRINA, Francis, Pvt., age 19. $125/10; died at Ft. ? Fla. on
Nov. 22nd, 1857.
BLITCH, Elisha, Pvt., age 20 $100/12; died at Ft. ? Fla. on
Feb. 6th, 1858.

DISCHARGED: McCLOUD, John, Pvt., age 21; $75/9; discharged without pay allow-
ance per SO No. 135 HdQtrs Dept., Ft. Brooke, Fla., Oct. 5, 1857.

DESERTED: ANDREWS, Joseph, Pvt., age 27; $200/10; deserted Aug. 6, 1857.
COWART, Reid J., Pvt., age 20; $140/6; "
RAWLERSON, Jacob, Pvt., age 35; $90/2; "








Vol. 4, cont'd

Pages 90-91-92-93-94-95

Muster Roll of Captain Oscar Hart's Independent Company of Florida Mounted
Volunteers, called into service of the United States by Col. Gustavus Loomis
of the 5th Infantry, fran the 25th day of March 1858 for the term of 6 months.

The Company was organized at Jacksonville, Fla., by Capt. Oscar Hart in March
1858 and marched thence to Fort Brooke, Fla., a distance of 220 miles.

NOTE: There are three identical muster rolls; first on pp 90-91, second on
pp 92-93 and third on pp 94-95. The only differences in the three muster rolls
is sane spellings of surnames. The rolls show names, ranks, ages, and on pp
90-91 evidently the places of residence of the men named. On pp 94-95 the roll
is marked "Duplicate Roll sent to the Pension Office April 23rd 1858.

Rolls were certified to be true by Oscar Hart, Captain, Cammanding the Company
and by Francis N. Page, Asst. Art'y Gen'l, Mustering Officer. All were dated
March 25, 1858 at Fort Brooke, Florida.

1. Oscar HART, Captain, age 37, Jacksonville, Florida.
2. Joseph ANDREWS, 1st Lieut., age 23, "
3. Thomas M. BROWN, 2nd Lieut., age 25, "
4. Benjamin F. BEERS, 1st Sergt., age 39, "
5. William WILSON, 2nd Sergt., age 33, "
6. David W. FOUNTAIN, 3rd Sergt., age 50, "
7. John W. GRANTHAM, 4th Sergt., age 24, "
8. Henry SILOOX, Farrier, age 31, "
9. Thomas MIRANDA, 1st Corp., age 27, "
10. Solcman THOMAS, 4th Corp., age 20, "
11. Daniel P. W. CRIBB, 2d Corp., age 28, "
12. Andrew WOODWARD, 3d Corp., age 21, "

PRIVATES

13. Hilary B. HUMPHRIES, age 27, Tampa, Florida.
14. Jonas WADKINS, (James WATKINS), age 25, Tampa, Florida.
15. Hardy CARTER, age 37, Tampa, Florida.
16. Charley E. LUCAS, age 27, Jacksonville, Florida.
17. David BENTON, age 25, Columbia County, Fla., 180 miles.
18. Rielly MOORE, age 36, "
19. Jonathan BUYSE, age 48, Jacksonville, Florida.
20. Walker J. HAND, age 45, "
21. Robert A. McCORMICK, age 48, Tampa, Florida.
22. William H. SHIELDS, age 29, Jacksonville, Florida.
23. John NELSON, age 20, Alachua County, Florida.
24. John A. GRICE, age 27, Tampa, Florida.
25. Cornelius SEALS, age 43, "
26. John K. RODDENAY (RODDENBERRY), age 24, Tampa, Florida.
27. Elijah CARTER, age 25, Duval County, Florida.
28. Israel J. WELLS, age 19, Alachua County, Florida.
29. James CARMICHAEL, age 20, Tampa, Florida.
30. John R. BACHLOT (BAEHLOT), age 18, Jacksonville, Florida.
31. James JONES, age 22, Jacksonville, Florida.
32. John F. BENTON, age 23, Columbia County, Fla.
33. John H. CHAMBERLAIN, Bugler, age 23, Jacksonville, Florida.








Vol. 4, pp 90-91-92-93-94-95, PRIVATES, Cont'd

34. Anthony WARREN, age 30, Jacksonville, Florida.
35. James DAYESS, age 19, Alachua County, Florida.
36. John C. MILLS, Bugler, age 19, Jacksonville, Florida.
37. Benjamin RICE, age 17, Tampa, Florida.
38. Samuel BREWER, age 45, ""
39. Bennett JONES, age 46, Alachua County, Florida.
40. Jesse CARTER, age 18, Duval County, Florida.
41. Samuel CURRY, age 20, Marion County, Florida.
42. John J. WILLIAMSON, age 19, Jacksonville, Florida.
43. Pinckney BULLOCK, age 27, Marion County, Florida.
44. John T. WISE, age 21, "
45. John D. BEALE, age 22, Alachua County, Florida.
46. Robert WILSON, age 18, Duval County, Florida.
47. Charles WILLIAMS, age 28, Tampa, Florida.
48. John FREWELL, age 25, Columbia County, Florida.
49. John DURDY, age 23, Duval County, Florida.
50. Edward SMITH, age 25, Jacksonville, Florida.
51. William H. WELLS, age 21, Sumpter County, Florida.
52. John DOYLE, age 38, Jacksonville, Florida.
53. Joseph EMRICK, age 20, Alachua County, Florida.
54. John BIRCH, age 22, Tampa, Florida.
55. James C. WARREN, age 24, Jacksonville, Florida.
56. Henry MIER (MYER), age 21, Marion County, Florida.
57. Mathew CURL, age 27, Sumpter County, Florida.
58. John GRILLION (GRYLLION), age 29, Hernando County, Florida.
59. Charles WANTON, age 51, Alachua County, Florida.
60. John GREEN, age 19, Jacksonville, Florida.
61. Arthur WILSON, age 22, Duval County, Florida.
62. Randolph R. SHAFFER, age 26, Jacksonville, Florida.
63. James KENNEDY, age 34, Tampa, Florida.
64. Colan THOMAS, age 21, Jacksonville, Florida.
65. John HILLIARD, age 20, Duval County, Florida.
66. Middleton J. RAGLIN, age 52, Tampa, Florida.
67. Jethro BROWN, age 32, Alachua County, Florida.
68. Richard G. WINGATE, age 24, Jacksonville, Florida.
69. James KENNARD, age 24, Alachua County, Florida.
70. John CHANNEL, age 22, Putnam County, Florida.
71. Elijah CARTER, age 22, Tampa, Florida.
72. John B. McNATT, age 34, Hernando County, Florida.
73. Joel JACKSON, age 24, Tampa, Florida.
74. John MATHEWS, age 27, "
75. George FRANKLIN, age 24. "See about this man."


Pages 96-97

Muster Roll of Captain Henry Harrington's Company of the First Regiment of
Mounted Florida Volunteers, commanded by Col. Samuel St. Geo. Rogers, called
into service of the United States by the President from the 3rd day of July
1857 for the term of 6 months, unless sooner discharged.

The Company was enrolled on 23 July 1857 at Alligator, Florida by Captain Henry
Harrington and mustered at that place by Capt. C. L. KILBURN. The muster roll
contains columns headed: Name, Rank, Age, and dollar value of horses) and
equipment.








Vol. 4, pp 96-97, Harrington's Co., cont'd
1. Henry HARRINGTON, Captain, age 38, $135/25.
1. Jesse HICKS, 1st Lieut., age 39, $135/12.
1. Wiley KEEN, 2d Lieut., age 34, $140/10.

1. Jacob B. MICKLER, 1st Sgt., age 24, $160/18.
2. William EDWARDS, Sergt., age 30, $175/25.
3. Thomas GOOLDSBY, Sergt., age 40, $135/18.
4. Joseph J. WHITFIELD, Sergt., age 28, $115/12.

1. John J. EVERETT, Corpl., age 36, $125/15.
2. James EDWARDS, Corpl., age 22, $160/25.
3. David B. JOHNSON, Corpl., age 23, $140/25.
4. Jones CURRY, Corpl., age 18, $160/15.

1. Harris KEEN,Bugler, age 24, $140/10.
2. Jasper HARRINGTON, Bugler, age 18, $115/15.
3. William BRYANT, Farrier, age 30, $85/12.

PRIVATES

1. ANDERSON, Malachi, 23, $175/15. 36. KEEN, Thomas, 19, $140/18.
2. ADAMS, James, 19, $80/10. 37. KEEN, Humnphrey, 18, $100/10.
3. ADAMS, Joel, 40, $150/15 38. KEEN, Randall R., 27, $150/20.
4. BRADLEY, William, 18, $140/18. 39. LLOYD, John H., 28, $100/10.
5. BAKER, George W., 4?, $140/6. 40. LOMMICK, James, 19, $140/18.
6. BOOTH, Washington, 28, $125/25. 41. MUNDAY, Isaac, 18, $90/8.
7. CASON, Noah, 2?, $115/15. 42. MERCER, William W., 21, $110/15.
8. CLEMENTS, Thomas, 18, $115/15. 43. McELWEE, James J., 26, $125/8.
9. CASON, William, Jr., 29, $100/10. 44. McFAIL, Isaac, 19, $130/12.
10. COOK, William B., 18, $120/15. 45. MIMMS, James, 24, $175/15.
11. CURL, William H., 21, $140/15. 46. NEWMAN, John J., 26, $140/10.
12. CREWS, John H., 20, $140/8. 47. NEWMAN, Daniel, 18, $125/20.
13. CANNON, Edward, 19, $80/10. 48. OWEN, James, 21, $125/15.
14. DENARD, Marshall J., 23, $140/10. 49. ROGERS, John, 20, no $ shown.
15. DRIGGERS, James, 19, $125/10. 50. REGISTER, William, 19, no $ shown.
16. DRIVER, George W., 37, $90/8. 51. REGISTER, Abraham, 18, $80/12.
17. DAUGHTREY, Joseph, 19, $115/10. 52. RAULERSON, Elias, 34, $85/10.
18. FEAGLE, Andrew, 22, $140/25. 53. ROOKS, James, 19, $80/10.
19. FOWLER, David J., 39, $150/10. 54. RAULERSON, James J., 19, $140/12.
20. FORTNER, Benjamin, 45, $130/10. 55. RIGGERS,John B., 24, $100/10.
21. GILL, Charney, 21, $150/18. 56. RAY, Eli, 35, $140/10.
22. GOOLDSBY, William W., 40, $140/25. 57. REWIS, Obadiah, 28, $140/20.
23. GARRETT, Charney,Jr., 25, $125/10. 58. SWINNEY, Thomas, 28, $125/15.
24. HUTCHINS, William, 31, $100/10. 59. SANDERS, Ashford, 24, $125/15.
25. HUNTER, Elijah, 34, $110/10. 60. SHUFFIELD, Wn. W., 15, no $ shown.
26. HUNTER, Larkin, 23, $90/15. 61. SCOTT, Benjamin, 26, $130/10.
27. HUNTER, George W., 20, $80/10. 62. THOMAS, Camb., 29, $120/10.
28. HIGHSLEY, George, 25, $80/8. 63. WELSH, Daniel, 33, $130/15.
29. HURST, Archibald, 20, $110/10. 64. WRIGHT, Jonah W., 22, no $ shown.
30. HERRIN, Joseph, 20, $120/8.
31. HODGE, James A., 20, $90/8. Muster Roll certified by Henry HARRING-
32. HICKS, Joseph, 21, $130/10. TON, Capt., on 23 July 1857 at
33. HOWELL, Medrick, 20, $100/10. Alligator, Fla. & by Capt. C. L. KILBURN
34. JARRILL, David, 18, $135/8. Mustering Officer.
35. KEEN, John, 32, $130/8.










Vol. 4, cont'd

Pages 98-99

Muster Roll of Captain Herny Harrington's Cmapany in the Regiment of Mounted
Florida Volunteers, commanded by Col. Samuel St. Geo. Rogers, called into ser-
vice of the United states by general instructions frma the President, dated
War Department May 28, 1857 at Alligator, Florida on the 23rd day of July 1857
to serve for the term of six months from the date of enrollment unless sooner
discharged; frma the 23rd day of July 1857 to the 22nd day of January 1858.
The Cmapany was organized by Capt. Herny Harrington at Alligator, Fla. in the
month of July 1857.

NOTE: The Company travelled 190 miles from the place of discharge home. The
muster roll contained names, ranks, ages and remarks concerning almost every
man enrolled in the Company. The muster roll was certified as true on January
22, 1858 at Fort Brooke, Fla. by Henry Harrington, Capt., Ccarmanding the Cam-
pany and by Francis N. Page, Asst. Gen'1, Mustering Officer.

1. Henry HARRINGTON, Captain, age 38, Commanding the Campany.
2. Wiley KEEN, 1st Lieut., age 24; was 1st Sergt. from 7/23 to 11/7, 1857 and
1st Lieut. from 11/8/1857 to 1/22/1858.

1. Charney GARRET, Jr., 1st Sergt., age 25; deserted 10/4/1857; joined from
desertion 11/4/1857; restored to duty without trial at Ft. Brooke, Fla.;
was Private from 7/23 to 11/5/1857 & 1st Sgt. from 11/6/1857 to 1/22/58.
2. Elias RAULERSON, Sergt., age 34; was Private from 7/23 to 11/7/1857 and Sgt.
fran 11/8/157 to 1/22/1858.
3. Thomas GOOLDSBY, Sergt., age 40.
4. Joseph J. WHITFIELD, Sergt., age 28.

1. John J. EVERETT, Corporal, age 36.
2. James EDWARDS, Corporal, age 22.
3. David B. JOHNSON, Corporal, age 23.
4. Jones CURRY, Corporal, age 18.

1. William BRYANT, Farrier, age 30; horse died 19 January 1858 fran exhaustion.
He was not remounted.

PRIVATES

1. ANDERSON, Malachi, age 23.
2. ADAMS, James, age 19; horse died 1/1/1858 from exhaustion; recounted
1/19.
3. ADAMS, Joel, age 40.
4. BRADLEY, William, age 18; deserted 11/23/1857; joined after desertion
11/30 and restored to duty without trial; Fort Brooke, Fla.
5. BACKER, George W., age 42; horse died 10/30/1857 from hard scouting; not
remounted.
6. BATEMAN, Andrew H., age 21.
7. CASON, Noah, age 21; horse died 12/17/1857 from exhaustion; not remount-
ed.
8. CLEMENTS, Thomas, age 18; horse died 12/17/1857 from exhaustion; not re-
mounted.
9. CASON, William, Jr., age 29; horse died 12/17/1857 from exhaustion;
remounted. 11/11/1857.
10. COOK, William B., age 18.










Vol. 4, pp 98-99, PRIVATES, cont'd

11. CURL, Daniel, age 21.
12. CREWS, John H., age 20; horse died 1/17 fran exhaustion; not remounted
13. CANNON, Edward, age 19; deserted 8/18/1857; joined from desertion 9/13
& restored to duty without trial, Fort Brooke, Fla.
14. DRIGGERS, James, age 19; horse died from exhaustion 1/19/1858; not re-
remounted.
15. DRIVER, George W., age 37; horse died from exhaustion 1/17/1858; not
remounted.
16. DAUGHTREY, Joseph, age 19; horse died from exhaustion 12/1/1857; not
remounted.
17. FEAGLE, Andrew, age 22.
18. FOWLER, David J., age 39.
19. FORTNER, Benjamin, age 45.
20. GILL, Charney, age 21.
21. GOOLDSBY, William, age 40.
22. HUTCHENS, William, age 31; dismounted from 1/19/ to 1/22/1858.
23. HUNTER, George W., afe 20; horse died from exhaustion Dec. 3d 1857; not
remounted.
24. HURST, Archibald, age 20.
25. HERRIN, Joseph, age 20.
26. HODGE, James A., age 20; horse died from exhaustion 12/6/1857; not re-
mounted.
27. JARRILL, David, age 18.
28. KEEN, John, age 32; deserted 8/18/1857; joined from desertion 9/14/1857;
restored to duty without trial, Fort Brooke, Fla.
29. KEEN, Thomas, age 19; deserted 8/18/1857; joined fran desertion 9/14/1857
& restored to duty without trial, Fort Brooke, Fla.
30. KEEN, Humphrey, age 18; deserted 8/18/1857; joined from desertion 11/14/
1857; restored to duty without trial, Fort Brooke, Fla.
31. KEEN, Randall R., age 27; deserted 8/18/1857; joined from desertion on
11/14/1857; restored to duty without trial, Fort Brooke, Fla.
32. KELLY, George, age 42.
33. LLOYD, John H., age 28.
34. LXMMICK, James, age 19.
35. MERCER, William N., age 21.
36. McFAIL, Isaac, age 19.
37. MIMMS, James, age 24.
38. McNEILL, James, age 25; horse died from exhaustion on a Scout 11/8/1857;
not remounted.
39. McGILL, Peter, age 25.
40. MUIRSON, Alexander, age 40.
41. NEWMAN, John J., age 26.
42. NEWMAN, Daniel, age 18.
43. OWEN, James, age 21.
44. ROGERS, John, age 20.
45. REGISTER, William, age 19.
46. REGISTER, Abraham, age 18.
47. ROOKS, James, age 19; horse died from exhaustion 1/11/1858; not remounted
48. RAULERSON, James J., age 19; horse died from exhaustion 1/6/1858; not re-
mounted.
49. RIGGINS, John B., age 24.
50. RAY, Eli, age 35; horse died fran exhaustion on march to Fort Brooke,
1/18/1858; not remounted.
51. REWIS, Obadiah, age 28; deserted from Tampa 818/1857; joined 9/14/1857
and restored to duty without trial.











Vol. 4, pp 98-99, PRIVATES, Cont'd


52. SWINNEY, Thomas, age 28; horse died from exhaustion 1/12; not remounted.
53. SANDERS, Ashford, age 24; horse died of colic 8/17/1857; recounted.
54. SHEFFIELD, William N., age 25; deserted 10/4/1857; joined from 11/11; re-
stored to duty without trial.
55. SCOTT, Benjamin, age 26; deserted 10/10/1857; joined from desertion 12/3
and restored to duty without trial.
56. THOMAS, Camb., age 29.
57. WELSH, Daniel, age 33.
58. WRIGHT, Jonah W., age 22; horse died from exhaustion 1/10/1858; not re-
mounted.


RESIGNED:

1. Jesse HICKS, 1st Lieut., age 39; was Ist Lieut. from 7/23/1857 to 10/7.
2. William EDWARDS, 1st Lieut., age 30; was Sergt. from 7/23/1857 to 10/7/
1857; then 1st Lieut. from 10/8 to 11/6/1857.


DIED:

1. KEEN, Harris, Bugler, age 24; died January 12, 1858.
2. BOOTH, Washington, Private, age 28; died August 22, 1857.
3. McELWEE, James J., Private, age 26;; died November 15, 1857 at Fort
Deynand (Deynans?).
4. HUNTER, Larkin, Private, age 23; accidentally drowned Sept. 12, 1857 at
Fort Deynand.


DESERTED:

1. HARRINGTON, Jasper, Bugler, age 18; deserted October 4, 1857.
2. EENARD, Marshall J., Private, age 23; deserted October 4, 1857.
3. HUNTER, Elnah, Private, age 34; deserted July 23, 1857.
4. HIGHSLEY, George, Private, age 25; deserted October 23, 1857.
5. HICKS, Jospeh, Private, age 21, deserted October 4, 1857.
6. HOWELL, Medrich, age 20, Private, age 20; deserted October 10, 1857.
7. REAIS (REWIS?), John, Private.


DISCHARGED:

1. MUNDAY, Isaac, Private, age 18.









Vol. 4, cont'd

Pages 100-101

Descriptive Roll of Captain Henry Harrington's Company, Regiment of Florida
Mounted Volunteers, mustered out of Service January 22, 1858.

NOTE: This is a hand-drawn muster roll containing ten columns as follows:
(1) Rank; (2) Name; Where Born: (3) Town/County, (4) State/Kingdom: Height:
(5) Feet, (6) Inches; Color: (7) Camplexion, (8) Eyes, (9) Hair, and (10)
Occupation.

Captain, Henry HARRINGTON; Liberty, Ga; 5'11-1/2"; dark-blue-black; farmer.
2d Lt., Wiley KEEN; Tattnal, GA; 5'9"; light-blue-yellow; farmer.
1st Sgt. Jacob B. MICKLER; Camden, GA; 5'9"; light-black-black; farmer.
Sgt., William EDWARDS no description.
Sgt. Thomas GOOLDSBY; Effingham, GA; 6'2"; light-black-light; farmer.
Sgt. Joseph J. WHITFIELD; Lowndes, GA; 6'2"; dark-blue-dark; farmer.
Corp. John J. EVERETT; Telfair, GA; 5'10"; light-blue-light; farmer.
Corp. James EDWARDS; Columbia, FL; 5'8"; light-blue-yellow; farmer.
Corp. David B. JOHNSON; Lowndes, GA; 6'1"; light-blue-dark; farmer.
Corp. Jones CURRY; Columbia, FL; 5'9"; dark-black-dark; farmer.
Bugler, Harris KEEN no description.
Farrier, William BRYANT; Camden, GA; 5'10"; light-blue-light; farmer.

PRIVATES:

ANDERSON, Malachi; Tattnal, GA; 5'10"; light-blue-light; farmer.
ADAMS, James; Autauga, AL; 5'7"; light-black-light; farmer.
ADAMS, Joel; Orangeburg, SC; 6'0"; light-blue-light; farmer.
BAKER, George W.; Mecklenburg, NC; 5'10"; dark-blue-black; farmer.
BOOTH, Washington no description.
CASON, Noah; Alachua, FL; 5'7"; dark-black-black; farmer.
CLEMENTS, Thomas; Darlington, SC; 5'5"; dark-blue-black; farmer.
CASON, William, Jr.; Alachua, FL; 5'11"; dark-black-black; farmer.
COOK, William B.; Columbia, FL; 5'5"; dark-dark-black; farmer.
CURL, William H.; Supture? GA; 5'6-1/2"; light-blue-light; farmer.
CREWS, John H.; Clinch, GA; 6'2"; light-blue-light; farmer.
CANNON, Edward; Hamilton, FL; 5'5"; dark-black-black; farmer.
DRIGGERS, James; Irwin, GA; 5'2"; dark-black-black; farmer.
DRIVER, George W.; Screven, GA; 4'7-1/2"; light-blue-light; farmer.
DAUGHTREY, Joseph; Dooly, GA; 6'0"; light-yellow-light; farmer.
FEAGLE, Andrew; Newberry, SC; 6'0"; dark-black-black; farmer.
FOWLER, David J.; Washington, VT; 5'7"; light-blue-dark; farmer.
FORTNER, Benjamin; Lenoir, NC; 5'9"; dark-black-black; saddler.
GILL, Charney; Hamilton, FL; 5'11"; light-blue-light; farmer.
GOOLDSBY, William; Effingham, GA; 5'8"; light-blue-light; farmer.
HUTCHINS, William; Burke, GA; 6'0"; light-blue-light; farmer.
HUNTER, George W.; Hamilton, FL; 5'7"; light-blue-dark; farmer.
HURST, Archibald; Madison, FL; height?; dark-blue-light; farmer.
HERRIN, Joseph; Ware. GA; 6'0"; light-blue-light; darmer.
HODGE, James A.; Sunclare? St. Clair?, AL; 5'11", dark-black-black; farmer.
JARRILL, David; Ware, GA; 4'4"; dark-blue-black; farmer.
KEEN, John; Tattnal, GA; 5'10"; light-blue-red; farmer.
KEEN, Humphrey; Columbia, FL; 5'4"; light-blue-light; farmer.
KEEN, Randall R.; Ware, GA; 5'10"; light-blue-light; farmer.
LLOYD, John H.; Camden, GA; 6'0"; light-blue-light; farmer.









Vol. 4, pp 100-101, PRIVATES, Cont'd

LOMMICK, James: Newberry, SC; 5'7"; light-blue-light; farmer.
MUNDAY, Isaac no description.
MERCER, William W.; Ware, GA; 5'10", light-black-light; farmer.
McELWEE, James J. no description.
McFAIL, Isaac; Lowndes, GA; 6'0"; dark-blue-black; farmer.
MEMMS, James: Hamilton, FL; 5'10"; light-blue-light; farmer.
NEWMAN, John J.; Tattnal, GA; 5'10"; light-blue-red; farmer.
NEWMAN, Daniel; Columbia, FL; 5'11"; light-blue-light; farmer.
OWEN, James; Telfair, GA; 5'2"; dark-black-black; farmer.
ROGERS, John; Liberty, GA; 5'7"; light-blue-lgiht; farmer.
REGISTER, William; Ware, GA; 5'7"; dark-black-black; farmer.
REGISTER, Abraham; Ware, Ga; 5'5"; dark-blue-black; farmer.
RAULERSON, Elias; Ware, GA; 5'11"; dark-blue-light; farmer.
ROOKS, James; Houston, GA; 5'10"; dark-black-black; farmer.
RAULERSON, James J.; Columbia, FL; 5'7"; light-blue-light; farmer.
RIGGERS, John B.; Ware, GA; 6'0"; dark-black-black; farmer.
RAY, Eli; Horry, SC; 5'7"; dark-blue-black; farmer.
REWIS, Obadiah; Tattnal, GA; 5'6"; dark-black-black; farmer.
SWINNEY, Thomas; St. Johns, FL; 5'9"; light-black-red; carpenter.
SANDERS, Ashford; Massau; FL; 5'11"; dark-black-black; farmer.
THOMAS, Camb; Tattnal, GA; 5'8"; light-blue-light; farmer.
WELSH, Daniel; Sampson, NC; 5'9"; dark-black-black; farmer.
WRIGHT, Jonah W.; Darlington, SC; 5'9"; dark-black-black; farmer.
KELLY, George; Effingham, GA; 5'9"; dark-black-black; farmer.
McNEILL, James; Cumberlin, NC; 6'0"; light-blue-light; farmer.
McGILL, Peter; Tattnal, GA; 5'10"; light-blue-light; farmer.
BATEMAN, Andrew H.; Twiggs, GA; 5'10"; light-blue-light; farmer.
MUIRSON, Alexander; R ? Scotland, 5'8"; light-blue-light; farmer.
REAIS, John no descr-ptEon.



Pages 102-103


Muster Roll of Captain John F. Hagan's Company of Florida Mounted Militia,
commanded by Major W. J. Bailey, ordered into service of the Territory by Gov.
R. K. Call Fran the 25th day of August 1839 to the 24th day of December when
discharged. The Company was enrolled at Monticello, Middle Florida.

Certified a true muster by John F. Hagan, Captain. Date: At Discharge -
December 14th, 1839. Station: Sandy Ford of Oscilla, Middle Florida. S.
Churchill, Insp. Gen'l, Inspector & Mustering Officer examined this Muster Roll
on the 26th day of January 1843.

1. John F. HAGAN, Captain.
2. John TOWNSEND, 1st Lieutenant
3. Aaron KNIGHT, 2d Lieutenant

1. James WALLIS, 1st Sergt. 1. Levi SHAW, Corporal
2. Charles FINDER, Sergt. 2. John WARREN, Corporal
3. Moses SLAUGHTER, Sergt. 3. Richard GOLDEN, Corporal
4. James SMITH, Sergt. 4. Henry CANNADAY, Corporal









Vol. 4, pp 102-103, cont'd


PRIVATES

*1. BACON, W.H. 20. MARTIN, John
2. BRIDGES, Pierson 21. MATHEWS, B.
3. BISHOP, Martin 22. PINXTON, James
4. BISHOP, John 23. RAGLAND, L. G.
5. BRIDGES, John 24. RADCLIFF, Richard
6. CONE, Jesse 25. SESSIONS, L. N.
7. OONLEY, Benjamin 26. SMITH, D. J.
8. FOLSOM, William 27. SESSIONS, N.
9. FORD, John 28. STUDSTILL, Jonathan
10. FINDER, Martin 29. SMALLEY, L. C.
11. FULFORD, Randal 30. STEPHENS, Benjamin
12. GIDEON, Thomas 31. SMITH, Joseph
13. HAY, Turner 32. TAYLOR, Jacob
14. IVEY, Lewis 33. TAYLOR, James
15. JOINER, James 34. WARREN, Benjamin
16. JONES, R. R. 35. WADKINS, W.
17. JONES, R. R., Jr. 36. WHITEHURST, James
18. JOHNSON, James 37. WALKER, Charles
19. MIXON, Joshua

*Discharged by the Captain on October 15th.


THIS COMPLETES THE MUSTER ROLLS RECORDED IN VOLUME 4 FLORIDA INDIAN WARS.




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