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Title: Florida militia muster rolls, Seminole Indian Wars
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VOL. 5
FLORIDA MILITIA MUSTER ROLES
SEMINOLE INDIAN WARS


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MUSTER ROLLS OF THE FLORIDA INDIAN WARS, VOL. 5

The following Muster Roll of Capt. John H. HECK's Company was copied fran
Vol. 5, of the Florida Indian Wars and is the first of a series of Company
Muster Rolls contained in this volume. The muster rolls of the men who served
fran Florida during the Indian Wars are housed and maintained at the Arsenal in
St. Augustine, Florida, headquarters of the Florida National Guard. The
heading reads:

"Muster Roll of Capt. John H. HECK's Company of the First Regiment
Brigade of the Florida Mounted Militia cmrnanded by Colo. W. J. BAILEY
ordered into service of the United States by the Secretary of War from the
Eighteenth day of January 1841 to the Eighteenth day of April 1841."

A number of headings followed, i.e., (1) Number, (2) Name, (3) Rank/Rate,
(4) Date Arrived, (5) Date Mustered, (6) Mustered by, (7) Period of Service,
(8) Miles to Place of Rendezvous, and lastly a Remarks column.

This company arrived and was mustered in on the same day, 18 January 1841.
The enlistment in each case was for three months. All men were mustered in by
Major S. CHURCHILL.

John H. HECK, Captain Walter MURPHY, 1st Lt. William HALL, 2nd Lt.

J. FITZGERALD, 1st Sgt. P. McGRATH, Sgt. James WHITE, Sgt.
James WHITE, Sgt. John SACBRY, Sgt. Ephraim FRANCIS, Corp.
Thomas WILSON, Corp. William WARD, Corp. John CUNEN, Corp.
Richard WENTZ, Bugler George WENTZ, Bugler

Note: John CUNEN, dismounted from the Company 7th April.

PRIVATES

ALLEN John KIRK, Thos. A., Dismounted from Company
ASBELL, Thomas April 7th.
BURKE, John KENLEN, Dan'l
BARONSKI, Alex'd KENADOWITCH, Joseph
BELL, James (torn) MOREY, George
BUDGET, Charles MORRIS, Jacob
BARBELL, Joseph MILLER, Herman
BOWMAN, John MILLER, James
BONEY, David, away without leave MILLER, John
from 17 March McCONNELL, Wa.
CARR, Nath. McCULLOUGH, Jas.
CUSHMAN, Pat'r McCULLOUGH, Robt.
COGLEY, S. McDERMONT, John
CAVANAUGH, And'w, Dismounted from McCOWSKY, R.
Company 7th April McCAFFERTY, Dennis
CONWAY, Charles MORTON, Edward, Dismounted from Company
DOUGHERTY, John April 7th.
DAWSON, William PAIN, R. L.
FUNT, Lewis PREVATT, Rowell
FUGER, F. G. PAINE, Robert
FULLER, George QUINN, John
GOOGLEMAN, John REDDING, William









VOL. 5, OONT'D:

PRIVATES, Contd.

HART, Ezra RILEY, James
HINSDALE, Thos. ROWLEY, Samuel
HOLMES, Filden ROSS, Lorenzo
HOWARD, Rich'd RADWANSKI, Jacob, Dismounted from Canp-
any April 7th.
SOBECK, John, Dismounted from WYBELL, Lewis
Company April 7th. WILLIAMS, Henry
SPADE, Fred. R. WARREN, George, Dismounted frma Company
SLI Joseph (torn) April 7th.
SIPPEL, J. C. WATKINS, Philip
TAYLOR, Thomas WALKER, James
TROLL, Morris WENTZ, Henry
TURBANOSKI?, Mich. ZACHARCHICK, Z.
WALK, Augustine

"At Station: Fort Macomb"

"Certified a true Muster Roll by Capt. HECK and Rec'd 13 April 1841."









VOL. 5, CONT' :

"Muster Roll of Capt. Henry B. HILL in the Florida Mounted Volunteers
commanded by Col. S. S. Geo. ROGERS called into the service of the United
States by Instructions of the Presiding State War Department, Wash. on May
28th 1857 at Ocala, Florida, the place of general rendezvous on the 27th
day of July, 1857 to serve for the term of six months from date of enroll-
ment (unless sooner discharged) from the 27th day ofJuly 1857 to the 27th day
of January 1958. Company organized by Capt. Swesson WHITEHEAD at Newnans-
ville in the month of July 1857 and marched thence to Ocala, Florida where
it arrived the of a distance of Sixty miles."

The columns following the above were headed (1) Number, (2) Name, (3) Rank/
Rate, (4) Age, (5) Date enrolled, (6) Where, (7) By Whno Enrolled, (8) Period,
(9) Muster Date, (10) Place of Muster, (11) Miles Travelled to Rendezvous, (12)
Miles to Place of Discharge or Home, and (13) Remarks.

Most of the men were enrolled and mustered at Ocala on 27th July; a few re-
ported in August; however, according to the roll, all were enrolled by Capt.
WHITEHEAD and mustered by Lieut. S. D. LEE. The names on the roll are:

Henry B. HILL, Captain, age 25, vice Capt. S. WHITEHEAD, deceased.
Asa CLARK, Lieutenant, age 24.
Jacob JOHNS, Lieutenant, age 23.
George W. WEEKS, Sergt., age 26, Promoted Sergt. 13 Oct. 1857 vice KELLUM.
Stephen MOORE, Sergt., age 26; his horse died Decmb 7th on march.
John W. TINDALE, Sergt., age 27.
Charles L. SLAUGHTER, age 21.
John S. BENTON, Corp., age 22.
Gideon J. KELLMUM, Corp., age 21.
James L. BROWN, Corp., age 21.
James L. STRAWN, Corp., age 22
Elisha W. CLARK, Bugler, age 26; his horse died Jan'y 8th on march.
Patrick H. TUITON (SUTTON?), Drumner?, age 29.

PRIVATES

BACON, George, age 24,dismounted, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
Dismounted Jan'y 8th 1858, not remounted.
BUTTON, James, age 21, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
BROOKS, William G. W., age 18, enrolled 8/8/1857; mustered 8/8/1857.
CLARK, John, age 23, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
CLARK, John E., age 19, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
CONNELLY, James, age 22, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
CASTON, Aullston B., age 18, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857
CREWS, Samuel P., age 27, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
CROSBEY, William, age 19, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
CROSBEY, ? age 20, enrolled 8/25/1857; mustered 8/25/1857.
DAVIS, Elbert M., age 21, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
Deason, Franklin, age 25, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
DOWNING, Joseph, age 23, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
DAVIS, William B., age 24, enrolled 8/14/1857; mustered 8/14/1857.
FENNEL, John, age 19, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
FENNEL, James, age 28, enrolled 8/23/1857; mustered 8/23/1857.
FORD, Reubin, age 19, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.









VOL 5, OONT'D;

PRIVATES, Cont'd:

GELGEN, Wash., age 18, enrolled 8/25/1857; mustered 8/25/1857.
HALL, James 0. E., age 21, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
HATCH, Paul, age 21, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
HATCH, Isaac, age 25, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
HATCH, Thomas, age 19, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
HAZEL, John, age 20, enrolled 8/18/1857; mustered 8/18/1857.
JACKSON, Robt. L., age 21, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
JOHNS, Jerry, age 20, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
JONES, Jessie M., age 23, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
JOHNS, Perry, age 25, enrolled 8/25/1857; mustered 8/25/1857.
JONES, Archibald H., age 26, enrolled 8/26/1857; mustered 8/26/1857.
KEATING, Francis W., age 19, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
KITE, Robert, age 18, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
KILGORE, William W., age 25, enrolled 8/25/1857; mustered 8/25/1857.
KITLER, Joseph, age 25, enrolled 8/25/1857; mustered 8/25/1857.
LAMB, Thaddeus, age 21, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
LOCKLIER, John, age 22, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
LONG, William, age 22, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
MOODY, David, age 18, enrolled 8/18/1857; mustered 8/18/1857.
NOBLES, John, age 19, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
OSTEEN, Albert, age 18, enrolled 8/10/1857; mustered 8/10/1857.
PARISH, Rawson, age 20, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
POPE, Simon D., age 24, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
POPE, William W., age 27, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
PARISH, Robert 0., age 18, enrolled 8/10/1857; mustered 8/10/1857.
RIGLAND, Samuel G., age 45, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
REVELS, Owen J., age 19, enrolled 8/10/1857; mustered 8/10/1857.
SANCHES, Gad H., age 25, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
SCHLINETT(?), Henry, age 40, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
SIKES, John, age 18, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857; horse died 8th
Jan'y on march;; not remounted; deserted 20th Aug., rejoined Sept. 14th
restored to duty.
SUGGS, John, age 21, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
SLAUGHTER, Moses H ., age 18, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
SLAUGHTER, William W., age 17, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
SMITH, Lewis, age 19, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
SPARKMAN, Edward, age 19, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
STRAWN, David, age 19, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
SWIFT, Simeon D., age 37, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
TENDALE, Mathew, age 21, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
TULLIS, Joseph A., age 23, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
TULLIS, Joseph D., age 19, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
TULLIS, Wayne, age 41, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
TURNER, Thomas 0., age 22, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
TULLIS, Thomas, age 32, enrolled 8/25/1857; mustered 8/25/1857.
WHITNEY, Coumbo W., age 27, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
WILSON, Jasper, age 18, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
WILSON, James S., age 22, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
WELLS, Benjamin W., age 30, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
WILLIAMSON, Wn. W., age 19, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.
WEEKS, Silas, age 19, enrolled 7/27/1857; mustered 7/27/1857.










VOL. 5, CONT'D;


DIED

Swesson WHITEHEAD, Captain, age 27, on 27th July 1857.
Ransom M. PARISH, Private, age 27, on 27th July 1857.
William E. PURVIS, Private, age 31, on 27th July 1857.

DESERTED

James CANNON, Private, age 25, 27th July 1857.
Michell LAMB, Private, age 19, 27th July 1857.
John A. POPE, Private, age 25, 27th July 1857.

DISCHARGED

Joseph H. SAPPINGTON, Sergt., age 26, 27th July 1857.
John B. SNIDER, Bugler, age 42, 27th July 1857.

"Cmnpany mustered out on 26th Jan'y 1858."









MUSTER ROLLS OF THE FLORIDA INDIAN WARS, VOL.5

VLUME 5, PAGES 7-8:

Muster Roll of Capt. John Hill's Company, 2nd Regiment, 2nd Brigade of the East
Florida Mounted Volunteers, Canmanded by Colonel W. J. Mills, called into the
service of the United States by Maj. Gen'l Th. S. Jesup under the Act of Con-
gress approved May 23, 1836, to serve from the 16th Day of June 1837 to the
18th day of December 1837. The company was enrolled and mustered by Capt. John
Hill at San Pedro (Fla.) the place of rendezvous. The company is named as
follows:

1. John HILL, Captain; with 1 servant, Bob, and two horses.
2. Stephen W. WHITFIELD, 1st Lieut., with 1 servant, Ned, and two horses.
3. Lemuel G. RAGLAND, 2d Lieut., with 1 servant, Ben, and two horses.

1. John OSTEEN, 1st Sergt.
2. Jas. L. WHITFIELD, Sergt.
3. Jas. McCLOUD, Sergt.
4. Jas. BIRD, Sergt.

1. Jas. T. PINKSTON, Corp'l
2. Edward SYKES, Corp'l
3. Fountain CONE, Corp.l; his "horse failed for want of forage and turned
out by order on 23d Nov. 1837."
4. Francis BOATRIGHT, Corp'l

PRIVATES

1. BOYT, Ashley 26. HOPE, Henry
2. BOYT, -Henry H. 27. HELVINGSTON, John
3. BOYT, Edward, Sen'r 28. JORDEN, James A.
4. BOYT, Edward Jun'r 29. LOVE, Thomas
5. BRANNEN, Thomas 30. McNEAL, John
6. BRANNEN, William 31. McLOUD, William; "horse turned out
7. BRANNEN, Robert for want of forage, remounted next
8. BECTOM, Joseph day."
9. BECTOM, Micajah 32. NEWBERN, Thomas
10. BRANCH, James 33. NEWBERN, John
11. BIRD, Sylvester 34. PRINE, R. D., "horse disabled with
12. BIRD, John glanders and shot Dec. 4, 1837."
13. BLAIR, Elbert 35. REVELS, Jeremiah,* "horse lost on
14. BURNETT, Reatus the Oklawaha 17th Nov. 1837."
15. CONE, Issak 36. REVELS, Elbert ditto
16. CRUM, James B. 37. ROBERTS, James
17. EASTERS, George,"horse disabled 38. SANCHEZ, A. B.
& shot 4th Dec. 1837." 39. STREET (STRUT?), Recia
18. EASTERS, James M. 40. TOWNSEND, Stapleton
19. GREEN, JaMES 41. TOWNSEND, William
20. GARRISON, Rich'd 42. UNDERWOOD, F. A.
21. HILL, Green B. 43. WHITFIELD, B. M.
22. HILL, Berrien 44. WATERSON, Robert
23. HILL, Theophilus 45. WILKERSON, Daniel
24, HOLWELL, John
25. HARRISON, John M.









PAGES 7-8. Cont'd:

"I Certify on Honour, That this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
John Hill's Company of The East Florida Mounted Volunteers for the period
herein mentioned.
/s/ John Hill, Captain
Date: Dec. 18, 1837
Station: Fort Gilliland, Flor.

S. Churchill, Maj. Gen'l, Acting, certified the muster roll having inspected
the company and "honorably discharged" it, on the same date and place above.


VLUME 5, PAGES 9-10:

Muster Roll of Captain Matthew Hindly's Mounted Company in the 2nd Regiment,
2nd Brigade of East Florida Volunteers, called into the service of the United
States by Major Gen'l Thos. S. Jesup, under the Act of Congress approved 23d
May 1836, to serve for the term of six months from the date of enrollment un-
less sooner discharged. The Company was enrolled by Lt. WALL, 3d Art'y at
Newnansville, East Florida, on 20 July 1837. Names inscribed on this roll are:

1. Matthew HINDLY, Capt., two horses (Sorrel & Bay), & 1 black servant, Isaac.
2. Thomas C. ELLIS, 1st Lt., two horses (Black & Sorrel), & 1 black servant,
Harry.
3. James STANDLEY, 2d Lt., two horses (Sorrel & Bay), & 1 yellow servant,
Jacob.

1. James M. BATES, 1st Sergt., 1 Sorrel horse.
2. John E. HARVILL, 2d Sergt., 1 Sorrel horse.
3. Sam'l SMART, 3d Sergt., 1 Sorrel horse.
4. John J. KNIGHT, 4th Sergt., i Sorrel horse.

1. Joseph KNIGHT, 1st Corp'l, 1 Sorrel horse.
2. Jeptha KNIGHT, 2nd Corp'l, 1 Bay horse.
3. Enoch GEIGER, 3d Corp'l, 1 Sorrel horse.
4. Fleming BATES, 4th Corp'l, 1 Bay horse.

PRIVATES

1. ADAMS, William, 1 Gray horse. 15. GEIGER, Samuel, 1 Black horse.
2. BURNETT, Sabern, 1 Bay horse. 16. GEIGER, Felix, 1 Sorrel horse.
3. BRANCH, Charles, 1 Sorrel horse. 17. GEIGER, Abraham, 1 Bay horse.
4. BROOKS, Ashley, 1 Black horse. 18. GIBBONS, James, 1 Roan horse.
5. BUFFHAM, R. V., 1 Bay horse. 19. GRIFFITH, J.T., 1 Bay horse.
6. BURNETT, James, 1 Bay horse. 20. HAGUE, Gideon, 1 Bay horse.
7. BIVINS, Robert, 1 Bay horse. 21. HOPE, Wm. Sen'r, 1 Roan horse.
8. BRANCH, John, 1 Gray horse. 22. HAGUE, James, 1 Roan horse.
9. CONROY, J. C., 1 Bay horse. 23. HARVILLE, McVain, 1 Roan horse.
10. CRUM, Andrew, 1 Bay horse. 24. HARVILLE, Warren, 1 Gray horse.
11. DIXON, John, 1 Bay horse. 25. HAGUE, J. R., 1 Sorrel horse.
12. DELANY, John, 1 Sorrel horse. 26. HARVILLE, Berrian, 1 Bay horse.
13. ELLLIS, Giles A., 1 Gray horse. 27. HOPE, Wm., Jr., 1 Sorrel horse.
14. ELLIS, Giles, 1 Sorrel horse. 28. KNIGHT, Elias, 1 Bay horse.









VOL 5, pp 9-10, PRIVATES, Cont'd:

29. LINSEY, Henry, 1 Bay horse. 39. STEPHENS, Benj., 1 Bay horse
30. NORTH, James, 1 Gray horse. 40. TUCKER, John, 1 Bay horse.
31. PRICE, Spencer, 1 Sorrel horse. 41. TUCKER, Elijah, 1 Gray horse.
32. RIGGS, Stephen, 1 Bay horse. 42. TUCKER, Nathan, 1 Bay horse.
33. RATCLIFF, Wm., 1 Sorrel horse. 43. TURNER, James, 1 Sorrel horse.
34. SMITH, Asa, 1 Sorrel horse. 44. WARREN, Jos., 1 Gray horse.
35. SUGS, John, 1 Sorrel horse. 45. WATERS, Gabriel, 1 Gray horse.
36. STANDLEY, Wn. F., 1 Black horse. 46. WATERS, Joseph, 1 Bay horse.
37. SECKENGER, Jos., 1 Bay horse. 47. WATERSON, John, 1 Bay horse.
38. STANDLEY, D. B., 1 Black horse. 48. YOUNGBLOOD, Robt., 1 Sorrel horse.


1. BATES, Wilson, Private, absent from muster, Sick.
2. BROOKS, Wiley, "
3. CHRISTIAN, John, on extra duty.
4. BURNETTE, Samuel, on leave of absence.
5. COLDING, Thomas, on extra duty.
6. KNIGHT, Britton, Sick.
7. WATTERS, John, "


The foregoing Muster Roll and muster of men certified "on Honour" to be true
and signed by:

1. Captain Matthew HINDLEY, Carmanding Campany
2. Wn. WALL, Lieut., 3d Art'y, Inspector & Mustering Officer.


VOLUME 5, PP 11-12:

Muster Roll of Capt. M. Hindley's Company in the 2nd Regiment, 2nd Brigade of
East Florida Mounted Volunteers; Commanded by Colonel W. J. Mills, called into
Service of the United States by Maj. Gen'l Thos. Jesup under the Act of Con-
gress approved May 23d 1836; at Newnansville, E.F. on the 20th day of July 1837
to the 18th day of December 1837 when discharged. Lt. WALL mustered the
company into service. Names inscribed on this muster roll are:

1. Matthew HINDLY, Captain; 1 servant, Isaac, and two horses.
2. Thomas C. ELLIS, 1st Lieut., 1 servant, Harry, and two horses.
3. James STANDLEY, 2d Lieut., 1 servant, Jacob, and two horses. "One horse
diseased by glanders and shot Nov. 4th; remounted himself the same day."

1. James M. BATES, 1st Sergt., "horse diseased by glanders and shot Nov. 4th;
remounted himself the same day."
2. John E. HARVILLE, Sergt.
3. Samuel J. SMART, Sergt., "horse disabled by glanders and shot Dec 16th; re-
mounted himself the same day."
4. John J. KNIGHT, Sergt.

1. Joseph J. KNIGHT, Corp'l.
2. Jeptha KNIGHT, Corp'l.
3. Enoch GEIGER, Corp'l.
4. Fleming BATES, Corp'l









VOL. 5, pp 11-12, Cont'd:
PRIVATES

1. ADAMS, William 27. HAGUE, James
2. BURNETT, Saborn 28. HARVILLE, McVane
3. BRANCH, Charles 29. HARVILLE, Warren
4. BROOKS, Ashley 30. HAGUE, John R.
5. BUFFUM, Rich'd V. 31. HARVILLE, Berrian
6. BURNETT, James 32. HOPE, William, Jr.
7. BEVAN, Robert, "horse diseased, 33. KNIGHT, Elias
shot Nov. 13th." 34. KNIGHT, Britton
8. BRANCH, John 35. LINDSEY, Henry
9. BURNETT, Sam'1, "died at 36. NORTH, James
Ft. Gilliland Nov. 5th." 37. PRICE, Spencer
10. BATES, Wilson 38. PILES, Thomas R.
11. BROOKS, Wiley 39. RIGGS, Stephen
12. CHRISTIAN, John, "served as 40. RATCLIFF, William
Hos. steward from July 20th" 41. SMITH, Asa
13. COLDING, Thomas 42. SUGGS, John
14. CONROY, James C. 43. STANDLEY, Wn. F.
15. CRUM, Andrew 44. SECKINGER, Josiah, sick at Fort
16. DIXON, John Brooke.
17. DELANY, John 45. STANDLEY, John B.
18. ELLIS, Giles W. 46. STEPHENS, Benj'm
19. ELLIS, Giles 47. TUCKER, John
20. GEIGER, Samuel, "horse diseased, 48. TUCKER, Elijah
shot Nov. 25th." 49. TUCKER, Johnathan A.
21. GEIGER, Felix 50. TURNER, James
22. GEIGER, Abraham 51. WARREN, Joseph
23. GIBBONS, James 52. WATERS, Gabriel
24-. GRIFFITH, S. F. 53. WATERS, Joseph
25. HAGUE, Gideon 54. WATERS, John
26. HOPE, Wi., Senr. 55. WATERSON, John
27. HAGUE, James 56. YOUNGBLOOD, Robert

Above Muster Roll certified as true by:

/s/ M. HINDLY, Capt.
Date: December 18th 1837
Station: Fort Gilliland, Flor.

S. CHURCHILL, Major, Art'y, Inspector & Mustering Officer, certified "on
my honor" he had mustered and honorably discharged the company on 18 Dec. 1837.
Another note signed by S. Churchill reads: "Campany mustered into Service by
Lieut. W. Wall, Lt. Art'y, Oct. 5."


VOLUME 5, PP 13-14:

Muster Roll of Capt. Matthew Hindley's Mounted Company of the First Regiment,
Brigade of Florida Volunteers, Commanded by Colonel John Warren, called into
Service of the United States by Maj. Gen'l Alexander Macmab to serve for the
term of Six months from the date of enrollment, unless sooner discharged.

Ed. Note: This company was enrolled 3 May 1839 at Newnansville, East Fla.,
by Captain Matthew Hindly. Names inscribed on the roll are:









Vol. 5, pp 13-14, Cont'd:

1. Matthew HINDLY, Captain.
2. Cotton RAWLS, 1st Lieut.
3. James STANDLEY, 2d Lieut.

1. A. B. SANCHEZ, 1st Sergt.
2. John E. HARVILLE, Sergt.
3. Wm. D. C. BOULDEN, Sergt.
4. C. GOODRICH, Sergt.

1. John TUCKER, Corp'l.
2. Jeptha KNIGHT, Corp'l.
3. James GIBBONS, Corp'l.
4. James HAGUE, Corp'l.

PRIVATES

1. BARROW, Thomas 29. HOPE, John C.
2. BATES, Fleming 30. HARVILLE, Warren
3. BATES, Thomas R. 31 HAGUE, Gideon
4. BATES, Wilson 32. HARVILLE, C. M.
5. BURNET, Saborn 33. KNIGHT, Elias
6. BEVAN, Robert 34. KNIGHT, Britton
7. BROOKS, Wiley 35. KNIGHT, George
8. BROOKS, Ashley 36. MILLER, Joshua
9. BRANCH, Charles 37. MILLER, John J.
10. BATES, James M. 38. McNEIL, John
11. BROWN, Wn. T. 39. McNEIL, Arch'd
12 HOLDING, Thomas 40. STANDLEY, ~n. F.
13. CRUM, -David D. 41. STANDLEY, John B.
14. CRUM, Richard R. 42. SAUNDERS, Alex.
15. CLARK, Asa 43. SECANGER, Josiah
16. DIXON, Britton 44. SLADE, Elisha W.
17. DELL, Simeon 45. STANDLEY, Jesse
18. EVERTS, Joseph T. 46. STANDLEY, Seaborn
19. EDWARDS, Samuel 47. TUCKER, Wn. A.
20. FREYERMUTH, Moses 48. TOWNSEND, Light
21. GEIGER, John 49. TUCKER, Elijah
22. GEIGER, Enoch 50. TOWNSEND, James L.
23. GEIGER, Samuel 51. UNDERWOOD, F. A.
24. GEIGER, Abraham, "not seen." 52. WOODS, John W.S.
25. GEIGER, James 53. WILLIAMS, Robert
26. GARRASON, Rich'd L. 54. WILLIAMS, Anderson
27. GALBREATH, Malcolm 55. WARREN, Benjamin
28. HINES, Charles W. 56. BARKWELL, Major

"Capt. M. Hindley's Company of Mounted Volunteers for six months, from 3d May
1839 Mustered out Nov. 2d 1839 by Thos. W. Wessell, dated the 7th and rec'd the
17th May 1839." /s/ Colo. Warren.

Muster roll and muster of men certified May 3, 1839 by Matthew Hindly, Capt.,
Commanding the Company. Station: Newnansville, E. F. and also signed by
T. W. Wessell, Lt. 2d Inf'y, Inspector & Mustering Officer.









VOLUME 5, pp 15-16

Muster Roll of Capt. Matthew Hindley's Mounted Company of the First Regiment,
Brigade of Florida Volunteers, Canmanded by Colonel John Warren, ordered into
the service of the United States by Maj'r Gen'l Alexander Maccmb to serve for
the term of six months, from the date of enrollment, unless sooner discharged.

The company was enrolled 3 May 1839 by Lt. Wessell, 2nd Inf'y, and discharged
2 November 1839 at Newnansville, East Florida. Names inscribed on this Muster
Roll are:

1. Matthew HINDLEY, Captain
2. Cotton RAULS, 1st Lieut.
3. James STANDLEY, 2d Lieut.

1. A. B. SANCHEZ, 1st Sergt.
2. John E. HARVILLE, Sergt.
3. Wn. D. BOULDEN, Sergt.
4. O. GOODRICH, Sergt., "absent, sick."

1. John TUCKER, Corp'l
2. Jeptha KNIGHT, Corp'l
3. James GIBBONS, Corp'l
4. James HAGUE, Corp'l

PRIVATES

1. BARROW, Thomas 29. HOPE, John C.
2. BATES, Fleming 30. HARVILLE, Warren
3. BATES, Thomas R. 31. HAGUE, Gideon
4. BATES, Wilson 32. HARVILLE, E. M.
5. BURNET, Laborn 33. KNIGHT, Elias
6. BEVAN, Robert 34. KNIGHT, Britton
7. BROOKS, Wiley 35. KNIGHT, George
8. BROOKS, Ashley 36. MILLER, Joshua
9. BRANCH, Charles 37. MILLER, John T.
10. BATES, James M. 38. McNEIL, John
11. BROWN, Wm. Y. 39. McNEIL, Arch'd
12. HOLDING, Thamlas 40. STANDLEY, Wi. T.
13. CRUM, David D. 41. STANDLEY, John B.
14. CRUM, Richard R. 42. SAUNDERS, Alexander
15. CLARK, Asa 43. SECANGER, Josiah
16. DIXON, Britton 44. SLADE, Elijah W.
17. DELL, Simeon 45. STANDLEY, Jesse
18. EBERTS, Joseph J. 46. STANDLEY, Seaborn
19. EDWARDS, Samuel 47. TUCKER, Win.
20. FREYERMOTH, Moses 48. TOWNSEND, Light
21. GEIGER, John 49. TUCKER, Elijah
22. GEIGER, Enoch 50. UNDERWOOD, F. A.
23. GEIGER, Samuel 51. WOODS, John W. T.
24. GEIGER, Ab'm 52. WILLIAMS, Robert
25. GEIGER, James 53. WILLIAMS, Anderson
26. GARRISON, R. L. 54. WARREN, Benjamin
27. GALBRATH, Malcomb 55. BARKWELL, Major
28. HINES, Ch's W. 56. TOWNSEND, J. L.









Vol. 5, pp 15-16, Cont'd:

Certififed a true muster, 2nd November 1839. /s/ M. HINDLY, Capt., Canmanding
Company. Station: Newnansville, E. F.

Certified "on honour" a true muster, same date and place. /s/ J. W. ANDERSON,
Lt., 2nd Inf'y, Mustering Officer.


VOLUME 5, pp 17-18:

Muster Roll of Captain Mathew Hindley's Company of the First Regiment, Brigade
of Florida Mounted Militia, Commanded by Colonel John Warren, ordered into the
Service of the United States by Brig. Gen'l Z. Taylor to serve the term of six
months, from the 2d day of November 1839 to the 2d day of May 1840, when dis-
charged. The remarks following most of the names were too faint to read. The
names inscribed on this Muster Roll are:

1. Mathew HINDLY, Captain
2. Thomas C. ELLIS, 1st Lieut.
3. J. A. TUCKER, 2d Lieut.

1. James GIBBONS, 1st Sergt.
2. John E. HARVILLE, Sergt.
3. John WOODS, Sergt.
4. Britton KNIGHT, Sergt.

1. Fleming BATES, Jr., Corp'l
2. Jeptha KNIGHT, Corp'l
3. George HELVINGTON, Corp'l
4. Benjamin WARREN, Corp'l

PRIVATES

1. ATWATER, Daniel 22. FICAYO, Francis
2. BRANCH, Charles 23. GRAY, Samuel
3. BURNET, Laburn 24. GIGER, Samuel
4. BEAVIN, Robert 25. GIGER, Enoch
5. BATES, Wilson 26. GIGER, Abraham
6. BATES, T. R. 27. GANEY, Ashley, absent sick from
7. BOULDIN, W. P., absent w/leave Apr. 28.
frma April 26. 28. GANEY, Richard, absent sick from
8. CLARK, Asa Apr. 28.
9. CLARK, S. H. 29. HOLDEN, Henry
10. COLDING, Thomas 30. HARRISON, Ephraim
11. CANNON, DeGrand 31. HELVINGTON, Simeon
12. CARTER, J. J. 32. HOPE, John C.
13. CASON, John 33. HORN, Benjamin
14. CASON, Ranson 34. HARVILLE, Warren
15. DIXSON, John 35. HAZEL, Allen
16. DILLON, E. L. 36. HOLBROOK, Jacob
17. DOUGLASS, Richardson 37. KNIGHT, John J.
18. EDGAR, William 38. KNIGHT, George
19. EDGAR, John 39. KNIGHT, E.
20. EVERITr, J. H. 40. KNIGHT, Britton, Senr.
21. FILBY, John 41. LOVE, Thomas









VOL. 5, pp 17-18, PRIVATES, Cont'd:

42. LASTINGER, S. 55. STANDLEY, James
43. MILLER, Joshua 56. TUCKER, John
44. MILLER, J. T., absent, wounded, 57. TUCKER, Alexander
April 28th 58. TUCKER, Elijah
45. McNIEL, John 59. TISON, Stephen
46. MOTT, Abraham 60. WILLIAMS, R. M.
47. MURPHY, Stephen 61. WEST, Asa
48. MORE, John 62. EDGAR, James, Discharged Feb 16,
49. MOODY, Nathaniel Order of Gen'l TAYLOR.
50. NEAL, C. M. 63. SAUNDERS, Alexander, Discharged
51. SMITH, Thomas Mar. 5 for improper conduct,
52. SUGS, John Order of Gen'l TAYLOR.
53. SANCHEZ, Roman 64. VREDENBURGH, Elijah, Discharged
54, SHARP, George Mar. 5 by enlisting in 2nd
Regt. of Dragoons.

"Private James EDGAR was discharged by Gen'l TAYLOR on report that he was a
soldier in the Army and not to receive pay. On enquiry by me, that report was
found to be untrue and he is therefore entitled to pay for this time served."

/s/ S. CHURCHILL, Maj., 3d Art'y

This Muster roll was certified as true by M. HINDLY, Capt., Canmanding Company
on 2 May 1840; Station: Newnansville, E. F. and by S. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3d
Art'y, Inspector and Mustering officer.



VOLUME 5, pp 19-20:

ED. NOTE: This muster roll was-very faint and difficult to read.

Muster Roll of Captain Mathew Hindley's Company of the First Regiment of Flor-
ida Mounted Volunteers, Cmmarnded by Colonel John Warren, ordered into the
Service of the United States by Brig.-Gen'l Z. Taylor from the 2d Day of Novem-
ber 1839 to the 2d Day of May 1840. Names inscribed on this roll are:

1. Mathew HINDLEY, Captain
2. Thomas C. ELLIS, 1st Lieut.
3. J. A. TUCKER, 2d Lieut.

1. James GIBBONS, 1st Sergt.
2. John E. HARVILLE, Sergt.
3. John WOODS, Sergt.
4. Britton KNIGHT, Jr., Sergt.

1. Fleming BATES, Jr., Corp'l
2. Jeptha KNIGHT, Corp'l
3. George HELVINGTON, Corp'l
4. Benjamin WARREN, Corp'l









VOL. 5, pp 19-20, Cont'd:

PRIVATES

1. BRANCH, Charles 33. HORN, Benjamin
2. BURNET, L. 34. HARVILLE, Warren
3. BEAVIN, Robert 35. HAZEL, Allen
4. BATES, Wilson 36. HOLBROOK, Jacob
5. BATES, T. R. 37. KNIGHT, John J.
6. BOULDIN, W. D. 38. KNIGHT, George
7. CLARK, Asa 39. KNIGHT, E.
8. CLARK, G. H. 40. KNIGHT, Britton, Senr.
9. COLDING, Thomas 41. LOVE, Thomas
10. CASON, Degrand 42. LASTINGER, S.
11. CARTER, J. J. 43. MILLER, Joshua
12. CASON, John 44. MILLER, J. T.
13. CASON, Ranson 45. McNEIL, John
14. DIXSON, John 46. MOTT, Abraham
15. DILLON, L. P. 47. MURPHY, Stephen
16. DOUGLAS, Richardson 48. MORE, John
17. EDGER, James 49. MOODY, Nathaniel
18. EDGER, William 50. NEAL, L. M.
19. EDGER, John 51. SMITH, Thomas
20. EVERETT, J. A. 52. SUGS, John
21. FILBY, John 53. SAUNDERS, Alexander
22. FICAYO, Francis 54. SANCHEZ, Roman
23. GRAY, Samuel 55. SHARP, George
24. GIGER, Samuel 56. STANDLEY, James
25. GIGER, Enoch 57. TUCKER, John
26. GIGER, Abraham 58. TUCKER, Alexander
27.. GANEY, Ashley 59. TUCKER, Elijah
28. GANEY, Richard 60. TISON, Stephen
29. HOLDEN, Henry 61. VREDENBERG, Elijah
30. HARRISON, Ephraim 62. WILLIAMS, R. H.
31. HELVINGTON, Simeon 63. WEST, Asa
32. HOPE, John C. 64. ATWATERS, Daniel

Certified a true muster November 2d 1839 /s/ W. HINDLY, Capt., Conmanding the
Company. Station: Newnansville, E. F.

"Muster Roll of Capt. Mathew Hindley's Company of Florida Mounted Volunteers
mustered into Service at Newnansville, Flor. 2ds Nov. 1839 for six months;
mustered out 2d May 1840."
/s/ Lt. J. W. ANDERSON
dated Nov. 26th and rec'd Decr. llth
1839.

VOLUME 5, pp 21-22

Muster Roll of Captain Matthew Hindley's Company of the 2d Regiment, Brigade of
Florida Foot Militia, Cammanded by Colonel F. L. Dancy, ordered into the Ser-
vice of the United States by the Secretary of War to serve the term of three
months from the Sixth Day of December 1840 to the Sixth Day of March 1841.

The names inscribed on this Muster Roll are:










VOL. 5, pp 21-22, Cont'd:

1. Matthew HINDLEY, Captain
2. T. J. PREVATT, 1st Lieut.
3. Allen PREVATT, 2d Lieut.

1. A. B. SANCHEZ, 1st Sergt.
2. J. C. HARVILLE, Sergt.
3. J. B. STANLEY, Sergt.
4. Britton GEORGE, Sergt.

1. Thomas PIPER, Corp'l
2. Asa CLARK, Corp'l
3. Jeptha KNIGHT, Corp'1
4. J. M. SPARKMAN, Corp'l

1. John WATERS, Drumner
2. Eph. HARRISON, Piper
PRIVATES

1. ATKINS, David J. 33. MILLER, John
2. ALVERIS, Joseph 34. MOORE, Benjamin
3. BATES, Fleming 35. MOORE, Riley
4. BROADWAY, William 36. McKINNEY, Charles
5. BROWN, John 37. McKINNEY, James
6. BURNETT, James 38. OLMSHEAD, Geo. F.
7. DOUGLAS, Richard 39. PARISH, Ezekiel
8. DRYDEN, John 40. PENSON, James W.
9. EVERETT, Morris 41. PREVATT, James N.
10. EVERETT, Joseph A. 42. SWAN, John G.
11. FRIBLEY, Charles 43. SPARKMAN, James
12. GARRASON, Wm. M. 44. SPARKMAN, Stephen
13. GARRASON, Jos. N. 45. SANCHEZ, Geo. W.
14. GIEGER, Elias 46. SANCHEZ, Francis P.
15. GIEGER, Samuel 47. SANBREY, William
16. GIEGER, Enoch 48. STEPHENS, James
17. GIBBONS, Charles 49. SYLVESTER, Augustus
18. GOODWIN, Solomon 50. SWINNEY, Henry
19. GOODWIN, Jef'r R. 51. SCOTT, Wash. W.
20. GOODWIN, Jacob 52. SCOTT, William
21. HARN, Moses 53. SNOWDEN, Henry
22. HARVEY, Simeon 54. SNOWDEN, Absolcm
23. HARVEY, James S. 55. TOWNSEND, James L.
24. HAGUE, Gideon 56. THOMPSON, William
25. HAGUE, John R. 57. TUCKER, John
26. HALLBROOK, Jacob 58. TUCKER, Elijah
27. JONES, Thomas 59. WATERS, Joseph
28. KEIL, Adam 60. WATERS, Gabriel
29. KNIGHT, John D. 61. WEST, Asa
30. LASTINGER, Shad'k 62. WEEKS, Silas
31. MATTAIR, James 63. WILLIAMSON, Blake
32. MILLER, Joshua 64. WORTHINGTON, Saul H.

Certified a true muster, 6 December 1840 at Newnansville, E. F. by M. HINDLY,
Capt., Ccmmanding the Company, and S. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3d Art'y, Inspector &
Mustering Officer.










VOLUME 5, PP 23-24


Muster Roll of Capt. Matthew Hindley's Company of the 2d Regiment, Brigade of
Florida Foot Militia, Commanded by Colonel F. L. Dancy, ordered into the Ser-
vice of the United States by the Secretary of War from the Sixth Day of Decem-
ber 1840 to the 19th Day of March 1841 when discharged. The names inscribed
on the Muster Roll are:

1. Matthew HINDLEY, Captain
2. T. J. PREVATT, 1st Lieut., "has been in charge of Tr. Mr. & Sub'is stores
to be accounted for at the Treasury Dept."
3. Morgan PREVATT, 2d Lieut.

1. A. B. SANCHEZ, 1st Sergt.
2. J. C. HARVILLE, Sergt.
3. J. B. STANDLEY, Sergt.
4. Britton GEORGE, Sergt.

1. Thomas PIPER, Corp'l
2. Asa CLARK, Corp'l
3. Jeptha KNIGHT, Corp'l
4. J. M. SPARKMAN, Corp'l

1. John WATERS, Drummer

PRIVATES

1. ALVARIS, Joseph 29. MILLER, Joshua
2. BATES, Fleming 30. MILLER, John
3. BROWN; John 31. MOORE, Benj'm
4. BURNETT, James 32. MOORE, Riley
5. DOUGLAS, Richard 33. McKINNEY, Charles
6. DRYDEN, John 34. McKINNEY, James
7. EVERETT, Joseph A. 35. OLMSTED, George F.
8. FRIBLEY, Charles 36. PARRISH, Ezekiel
9. GARRASON, Wn. M. 37. PEARSON, James W.
10. GARRASON, Jos. N. 38. PREVATT, James N.
11. GIEGER, Elias 39. SWAN, John G.
12. GIEGER, Samuel 40. SPARKMAN, James
13. GIEGER, Enoch 41. SPARKMAN, Stephen
14. GIBBONS, Charles 42. SANCHEZ, George W.
15. GOODWIN, Solomon 43. SANCHEZ, Francis P.
16. GOODWIN, Jeff'r R. 44. SANBERY, William, "arrested & con-
17. GOODWIN, Jacob fined by Civil Authority on &
18. HARN, Moses fran Dec. 27th."
19. HARVEY, Simeon 45. STEPHENS, James
20. HARVEY, James S. 46. SYLVESTER, Augustine
21. HAGUE, Gideon 47. SWINNEY, Henry
22. HAGUE, John R. 48. SCOTT, Washington W.
23. HALLBROOK, Jacob 49. SCOTT, William
24. JONES, Thomas 50. SNOWDEN, Henry
25. KEIL, Adam, "absent, sick." 51. SNOWDEN, Absalom
26. KNIGHT, John D. 52. TOWNSEND, James L.
27. LASTINGER, Shadrack 53. THOMPSON, William
28. MATTAIR, James 54. TUCKER, John










VOL. 5, pp 23-24, PRIVATES, Cont'd

55. TUCKER, Elijah 59. WEEKS, Silas
56. WATERS, Joseph 60. WILLIAMSON, Blake
57. WATERS, Gabriel 61. WORTHINGTON, Sam'l H.
58. WEST, Asa

1. Ephraim HARRISON, Fifer, "discharged by the Captain Dec'r 6th for
disobedience of order."
2. Everett MORRIS, Private, "discharged by the Captain Dec'r 6th for
disobedience of order."

1. David J. ATKINS, Private, "deserted from Newnansville, Dec'r 6th."

1. William BROADWAY, "died at Newnansville, March 17th."

Muster Roll certified as true by Capt. M. Hindley, 19 March 1841 at Newnans-
ville, E. F.

S. Churchill, Maj., 3d Art'y, Inspector & Mustering Officer, certied "on honor"
that he had mustered and discharged the Company on the 19th day of March
1841 and minediatelay "re-mustered the company for another term" on the
same day.

VOLUME 5, PP 25-26

Muster Roll of Captain Mathew Hindley's Company of the 2d Regiment, Brigade of
Florida Foot Militia, Cmmnanded by Colonel F. L. Dancy, ordered into the Ser-
vice of the United States by the Secretary of War for the term of three months,
from the 19th Day of March 1841 to the 19th Day of June. Names inscribed on
this Muster'Roll are:

1. Matthew HINDLEY, Captain.
2. Francis P. SANCHEZ, 1st Lieut.
3. John B. STANDLEY, 2d Lieut.

1. Alex. B. SANCHEZ, 1st Sergt.
2. John E. HARVILLE, Sergt.
3. James SPARKMAN, Sergt.
4. Joseph A. EVERETT, Sergt.

1. Jeptha A. KNIGHT, Corp'l
2. Thomas PIPER, Corp'l
3. Jacob GOODWIN, Corp'l
4. Asa CLARK, Corp'l

1. Whipple ALDRICH, Drummer
2. James W. PREVATT, Fifer.

PRIVATES

1. ALVERIS, Joseph 5. BROWN, Robert
2. BATES, Fleming 6. BROWN, John
3. BOARD, Edward 7. CHAVE, Thomas
4. BROWN, William 8. DRYDEN, John










VOL. 5, pp 25-26, PRIVATES, Cont'd:

9. DOUGLAS, Richard 32. JONES, Thomas
10. DWIGHT, Theodore 33. MOORE, Thomas
11. FRIBLEY, Charles 34. McKINNEY, Charles
12. GARRASON, William M. 35. MATTAIR, Joseph A.
13. GEIGER, Samuel 36. MOORE, Benjamin
14. GEIGER, Abraham 37. MILLER, Joshua
15. GEIGER, Abraham E. 38. MILLER, John F.
16. GIBBONS, Charles 39. MOORE, James
17. GOODWIN, Solomon 40. OLMSTEAD, George F.
18. GOODWIN, Richard J. 41. PREVATT, Thomas J.
19. GEIGER, John 42. PREVATT, Morgan
20. GEORGE, Britton 43. PEARSON, James W.
21. GOODRICH, Charles 44. PENDLETON, Henry
22. HORN, Moses 45. ROBB, Andrew
23. HARVEY, Simeon 46. SANCHEZ, George W.
24. HARVEY, James S. Nos. 47 through 59 were unreadable,
25. HAGUE, Gideon the page was torn.
26. HAGUE, John R. 60. WEST, Asa
27. HOLBROOK, Jacob 61. WALLACE, George
28. HARRIS, John 62. WEEKS, Silas
29. HOPE, Henry 63. WORTHINGTON, Sam'l H.
30. HOIT, Rufus 64. WILLIAMSON, David B.
31. HAZEL, Allen

This Muster Roll was certified as true on 19 March 1841 at Newnansville, E. F.,
by Capt. M. HINDLEY and by S. CHURCHILL, Major, 3d Art'y, Inspector & Mustering
officer.


VOLUME 5, PP 27-28

Muster Roll of Captain Mathew Hindley's Company of the Second Regiment, Brigade
of Florida Foot Militia, Commanded by Colonel F. L. Dancy, ordered into the
Service of the United States by the Secretary of War for the term of 3 months,
from the date of enrollment, unless sooner discharged, from the 19th Day of
March 1841 to the 6th Day of April 1841, when discharged. Names inscribed on
this Muster Roll are:

1. Matthew HINDLEY, Captain.
2. Francis P. SANCHEZ, 1st Lieut.
3. John B. STANDLEY, 2d Lieut.

1. Alex'r B. SANCHEZ, Ist Sergt.
2. John E. HARVILLE, Sergt.
3. James SPARKMAN, Sergt.
4. Joseph A. EVERETT, Serget.

1. Jeptha A. KNIGHT, Corp'l
2. Thomas PIPER, Corp'l
3. Jacob GOODWIN, Corp'l
4. Asa CLARK, Corp'l

1. Whipple ALDRICH, Drummer
2. James W. PREVATT, Fifer










VOL. 5, pp 27-28, Cont'd:

PRIVATES

1. *ALVERES, Joseph 35. MOORE, James
2. BATES, Fleming 36. MILLER, Joshua
3. BOARD, Edward 37. MILLER, John F.
4. BROWN, William 38. MATTAIR, Joseph A.
5. BROWN, John 39. *McKINNEY, Charles
6. BEVAN, Robert 40. OLMSTEAD, George, absent w/leave
7. CHAVE, Thomas from March 30th.
8. *DRYDEN, John 41. PREVATT, Thomas J.
9. DOUGLAS, Richard 42. *PREVATT, Morgan
10. *DWIGHT, Theodore 43. PIERSON, James W., absent w/leave
11. FREIBLEY, Charles from March 2d.
12. GARRISON, Wn. M. 44. *PENDLETON, Henry
13. GIEGER, Samuel 45. ROBB, Andrew
14. GIEGER, Abraham 46. SANCHEZ, George W.
15. GIEGER, Abraham E. 47. SALMOND, Aaron W.
16. GIEGER, John 48. SADDLER, Elijah S.
17. GIBBONS, Charles 49. SIMS, Mathew B.
18. GOODWIN, Solomon 50. SHARP, George H.
19. GOODWIN, Richard J. 51. SCOTT, William W.
20. GEORGE, Britton 52. SCOTT, William
21. GOODRICH, Charles 53. SNOWDEN, Absalom
22. HORN, Moses 54. TOWNSEND, James, sick near Newnas-
23. HARVEY, Simeon ville from Apr. 5th.
24. HARVEY, James S. 55. TUCKER, John
25. HAGUE, Gideon 56. TUCKER, Elijah
26. HAGUE, John R. 57. WATERS, Gabriel
27. HOLBROOK, Jacob 58. WATERS, John
28. HARRIS, John 59. *WATERS, Joseph
29. HOPE, Henry 60. WEST, James
30. HOIT, Rufus 61. WALLACE, George
31. HAZEL, Allen 62. WEEKS, Silas
32. JONES, Thomas 63. WORTHNGTON, Samuel H.
33. MOORE, Thomas
34. MOORE, Benjamin

"On Command at New River by Order of the Captain from March 120th."

This was certified a true Muster Roll of the Company by M. HINDLEY, Captain,
Caomanding Company, at Newnansville, E. F., 6 Aprilk 1841. S. CHURCHILL, Major
3d Art'y, also certified he had inspected and discharged the company on the
same date at Newnansville.

VOLUME 5, PP 29-30

Muster Roll of Captain William B. Hooker's Company in the Regiment of Florida
Mounted Volunteers, Commanded by Capt. William B. Hooker, called into the ser-
vice of the State of Florida under orders of His Excellency, James E. Broome,
Governor of Florida. Company mustered at Fort Meade, Fla. on the 4th Day of
February 1856 to serve from the commencement of actual service from the date of
enrollment, 4th February to the 21st Day of February 1856. The Company was or-
ganized by Capt. William B. HOOKER at Fort Meade in the month of February 1856
and enrolled by Jesse Carter, Special Agent. Names inscribed on this roll are:











VOL. 5, pp 29-30, Cont'd:

The names inscribed on this roll are:

1. William B. HOOKER, Captain, age 50.
2. John PARKER, Ist Lieut., age 37.
3. Joseph M. PEARCE, 2d Lieut., age 25.

1. James D. GREEN, 1st Sergt., age 31.
2. Francis A. JOY, Sergt., age 26.
3. George W. HENDRY, Sergt., age 18.
4. Willliam HALL, Sergt., age 28.

1. John UNDERHILL, Corp'l, age 30.
2. Michael ALDERMAN, Corp'l, age 19.
3. John W. RIGGS, Corp'l, age 43.
4. Wilson SIMMONS, Corp'l, age 25.

1. Benjamin HILLIARD, Bugler, age 36.
2. James H. THOMAS, Bugler, age?
3. Mathew DRIGERS, age 24, F&B (Fifer & Bugler?)

PRIVATES

1. ALDERMAN, James, name X'd out. 31. HOLLINGSWORTH, William R., age 30.
2. ALDERMAN, Jesse, age 25 32. HOLLINGSWORTH, John H., age 34.
3. ALDERMAN, Mathew, age 23. 33. HOWARD, Seth, age 44.
4. ALDERMAN, Mitchell, age 21. 34. JOY, William J., age 31.
5. ALDERMAN, William, age 22. 35. JONES, Lucurles, age 27.
6. BRANING, David, age? 36. LANGFORD, Henry, age 25.
7. BARBER, William W., age? 37. LANIER, Lewis, age 44.
8. BURNETT, Matthew, age 21. 38. McLEOD, Daniel J., age 37.
9. Page torn, name not readable. 39. McLEOD, John, age 29.
10. CANOVA, Andrew, age 23. 40. McLEOD, William, age 25.
11. CAGTHORN?, Aaron C., age 38. 41. McCULLOUGH, William, age 37.
12. CAMPBELL, William L., age 32. 42. McDONALD, John, age 29.
13. CARLTON, Isaac, age 23. 43. McMULLEN, James P., age 39.
14. COLLINS, William A., age 26. 44. MOORE, Joseph, age 44.
15. DRIGGERS, Jacob, age 22. 45. MAINE, David, age 44.
16. ENGLISH, Eli, age 27. 46. MOODY, Benjamin, age 44.
17. GILLEN, Daniel, age 43. 47. MOODY, James A., age 19.
18. GILLEN, Daniel K., age 21. 48. MOODY, William B., age 21.
19. GILLEN, David W., age 22. 49. O'NIEL, John, age 21.
20. GUILLEY, William, age 30. 50. ORR, Henry B., age 21.
21. GUILLEY, Nathan, age 26. 51. PARKER, William, age 34.
22. GUY, Benjamin, age 36. 52. PELHAM, Richard, age 32.
23. GUY, William B., age 22. 53. PLATT, John, age 44.
24. HENDRY, Charles W., age 27. 54. PLATT, Lewis B., age 22.
25. HENDRY, Albert J., age 24. 55. PLATT, William C., age 21.
26. HENDERSON, Robert, age 25. 56. RAULERSON, Jacob B., age 21.
27. HILLIARD, Benjamin, age 30. 57. RIGGS, Joshua D. E., age 25.
28. HOOKER, John J., age 32. 58. RUSSELL, David, age 33.
29. HOOKER, William J., age 19. 59. SINGLETARY, Simpson, age 34.
30. HOOKER, Stephen P., age 20. 60. SKIPPER, John L., age 35.











VOL. 5, pp 29-30, PRIVATES, Cont'd:

61. SLOAN, Daniel, age 40. 74. WHIDDEN, Bennett, age 36
62. SLOAN, Alford, age 27. 75. WHIDDEN, James, Jr., age 26
63. SLOAN, Jasper, age 25. 76. WHIDDEN, John, age 23.
64. SLOAN, Owen, age 19. 77. WHIDDEN, Edward, age 21.
65. SMITH, Renny J., age 44. 78. WHIDDEN, Jesse, age 22.
66. STALLINGS, William W., age 34. 79. WHIDDEN, Mayfield, Sr., age 40.
67. SUMMERALL, Thomas, age 38. 80. WHIDDEN, Mayfield, Jr., age ?
68. THOMAS, Henry, name X'd out. 81. Name not readable, page torn.
69. TYSON, George, age 40. 82. WHIDDEN, William, age ?
70. UNDERHILL, William, age 27. 83. WHIDDEN, William J?, age ?
71. WATERS, Isaac, age 33. 84. WHIDDEN, James, Sr., age ?
72. WEEKS, John, age 32 85. Name X'd out, not readable.
73. WILSON, James T., age 34. 86. WEEKS, Levy, age 21.

No number before his name: Henry A. CRANE, age not listed.

This Muster Roll was certified as true by /s/ William B. HOOKER, Captain,
Conmanding Company, on 21 Feb. 1856 at Fort Meade, Florida. Also certified
by Jesse CARTER, Special Agent & Mustering Officer.


VOLUME 5, PP 31-32

Muster Roll of Captain William B. Hooker's Independent Company of Mounted Flor-
ida Volunteers called into the Service of the United States by Bvt. Colonel
John Monroe, under instructions from the Adj. Gen'ls Office, Washington, D.C.,
January 7, 1856, Fran the 21st Day of February 1856, for the term of six
months, unless sooner discharged. Company enrolled at Fort Meade, Florida, by
Capt. Wm. B. Hooker on 18th February 1856. The figures following names indi-
cate the dollar value of horses/horse equipment owned by each man. Names on-
this Muster Roll are:

HOOKER, William B., Captain, age 50; $125/20.
PARKER, John, Ist Lieut., age 37; $65/10.
PEARCE, Joseph M., 2d Lieut, age 25, $125/10.
GREEN, James D., 1st Sergt., age 31, $125/7
HENDRY, George W., Sergt., age 18, $140/115
HALL, William, Sergt., age 38, $65/15
IVY, Francis A., Sergt., age 26, $125/15
ALDERMAN, Michael, Corp'l, age 19, $120/10.
RIGGS, John A., Corp'l, age 43, $50/5
SIMMONS, Wilson, Corp'l, age 25, $70/12
UNDERHILL, John, Corp'l, age 30, $90/12
HILLIARD, Benjamin, Bugler, age 36, $65/129

PRIVATES

1. ALDERMAN, William, age 18, $75/10
2. ALDERMAN, Isaac, age 29, $100/15
3. ALDERMAN, Mitchell, age 22, $130/12
4. ALDERMAN, Mathew, age 27, $175/10
5. BARBER, Wm. W., age 24, $75/15
6. BROWN, Henry, age 21, $60/16
7. BRANNING, David, age 24,$100/10
8. BURNETT, Mathew, age 20, $65/15










VOL. 5, pp 31-32, PRIVATES, Cont'd:

9. CARLETON, Isaac, age 20, $75/15
10. COLLINS, Wm. A. age 26, $150/18
11. CANOVA, Andrew, age 21, $75/10
12. CAUGHRON, Aaron C., age 36, $100/12
13. DRIGGERS, Jacob, age 21, $100/10
14 DRIGGERS, Mathew, age 42, $100/10
15. ENGLISH, Eli, age 24, $60/8
16. FARLESS, John, age 35, $100/6
17. GILLETT, David W., age 19, $90/10
18. GILLETT, David K., age 28, $60/10
19. HENDRY, Albert J., age 19, $140/15
20. HOLLINGSWORTH, William R., age 31, $150/12
21. HOOKER, John, age 37, $175/12
22. HOOKER, William J., age 19, $150/10
23. HOLLINGSWORTH, John H., age 33, $100/18
24. HOOKER, Stephen P., age 20, $70/10
25. HOWARD, Seth, age 35, $100/8
26. HENDRY, Charles W., age 31, $125/10
27. HENDRY, Francis A., age 22, $90/8
28. IVY, William J., age 20, $60/50
29. JONES, Lucurtis, age 15, $120/16
30. LANGFORD, Henry, age 28, $100/5
31. LANIER, Lewis, age 44, $200/25
32. McLEOD, William, age 42, $90/10
33. McLEOD, John, age 18, $70/4
34. McLEOD, Daniel J., age 24, $100/12
35. McCULLOUGH, William, age 35, $100/18
36. McDONALD, John, age 28, $75/15
37. MOORE, Joseph, age 40, $150/10
38. MOODY, Benjamin, age 44, $120/10
39. MOODY, William B., age 19, $125/16
40. MOODY, James A., age 18, $75/12
41. ORR, Henry B., age 25, $110/10
42. O'NEIL, John, age 20, $70/5
43. PLATT, William C., age 19, $75/6
44. PLATT, John, age 44, $70/5
45. PLATT, Lewis B., age 24, $50/7
46. PELHAM, Richard, age 23, $100/10
47. PARKER, William, age 33, $90/10
48. RAULERSON, Jacob R., age 30, $120/10
49. RIGGS, Joshua D. E., age 20, $75/8
50. RUSSELL, David, age 44, $120/30
51. SUMMERALL, Thomas, age 30, $125/15
52. SMITH, Renny J., age 43, $50/6
53. SLOAN, Jasper, age 21, $75/5
54. SLOAN, Alford, age 20, $125/15
55. SINGLETARY, Simpson, age 35, $60/6
56. SKIPPER, John S., age 28, S100/10
57. SLOAN, Owen, age 18, $100/15
58. SLOAN, Daniel, age 43, $130/12
59. TISON, George, age 32, $60/7
60. THOMAS, James H., age 22, $60/12
61. UNDERHILL, William, age 35, $120/18
62. WHIDDEN, Bennett, age 26, $75/12










VOL. 5, pp 31-32, PRIVATES, Cont'd:

63. WHIDDEN, John W., age 20, $90/10
64. WHIDDEN, William W., age 19, $50/3
65. WHIDDEN, Maxwell, age 23, $125/10
66. WHIDDEN, Jesse, age 19, $75/5
67. WHIDDEN, Willoughby, age 44, $90/6
68. WHIDDEN, Edward, age 18, $50/6
69. WHIDDEN, Maxfield, age 44, $100/7
70. WHIDDEN, John, age 18, $60/12
71. WILSON, James T., age 33, $120/16
72. WEEKS, John, age 35, $130/8
73. WEEKS, Levy, age 18, $50/3
74. WATERS, Issac, age 44, $130/15

Wi. B. HOOKER, Capt., Commanding Company certified this to be a true Muster
Roll on 21 February 1856; Station: Fort Meade, Florida.

"We Certify on oath that the figures opposite the names on this roll for valu-
ation of horses and horse equipment, represent and shew the true cash value of
the horse & equipment of the men, respectively, at the place of enrollment, ac-
cording to our honest impartial judgment."

/s/ Jesse CARTER]
John C. OATS] Appraisers
Madison POST]

"Sworn and subscribed before A. A. GIBSON,
Capt. 2d Art'y. Mustering Officer
Date: 21 Feb'y 1856
Station: Fort Meade, Flor."


"I Certify, on honor, that I have carefully examined the men whose names are
borne on this Roll, their horses, and equipment, and have accepted them into
the service of the United States for the term of Six Months, twenty first day
of February."
/s/ A. A. GIBSON
Capt. 2d Art'y
Mustering Officer



VOLUME 5, PP 33-34

Muster Roll of Captain William B. Hooker's Company in the Regiment of Florida
Mounted Volunteers, called into the Service of the United States by Bvt. Col.
John Monroe, Major, 2d Art'y under instructions from the Adjutant General's
Office, Washington, D.C., January 7th, 1856, for the term of six months, At
Fort Meade, Flor. on the 21st day of Feb'y 1856 when enrolled to the 20th day
of August 1856. The company was organized by Capt. William B. Hooker at Fort
Meade, Fla. in the month of February 1856. The names inscribed on this roll
are:











VOL. 5, PP 33-34, Cont'd:

1. William B. HOOKER, Captain, age 50.
2. John PARKER, 1st Lieut., age 37.
3. Joseph M. PEARCE, 2d Lieut., age 25. His horse broke down in Big Cypress
and was abandoned June 8th; remounted June 17, 1856.
1. James D. GREEN, 1st Sergt., age 31.
2. George W. HENDRY, Sergt., age 18.
3. William HALL, Sergt., age 38.
4. Francis A. IVEY, age 26. His horse was shot Mar. 15, 1856; diseased be-
yond recovery; remounted the same day.

1. John W. RIGGS, Corp'l, age 43.
2. Benjamin MOODY, Corp'l, age 44; was a Private from enrollment to Feb'y
29th. Appointed Corporal Mar 1, 1856 vice Michael ALDERMAN, resigned.
3. Isaac WATERS, Corp'l, age 44; was a Private from enrollment to Feb'y
29th. Appointed Corporal Mar. 1, 1856 vice Wilsosn SIMMONS, resigned.
4. Joseph MOORE, Corp'l, age 40; was a Private from enrollemnt to Feb'y 29th
Appoinated Corporal Mar 1, 1856 vice John UNDERHILL, resigned.

1. Benjamin HILLIARD, Bugler, age 36.
2. Nathaniel GUILLEY, Bugler, age 38; joined as a recruit Feb'y 26th.

1. William H. STALLINGS, Farrier, age 32; joined as a recruit Feb'y 26th.

PRIVATES

1. ALDERMAN, William, age 18. 24. HOLLINGSWORTH, John H., age 33,
2. ALDERMAN, Isaac, age 29. wounded in action 6/14/1856.
3. ALDERMAN, Mitchell, age 22., 25. HOOKER, Stephen B., age 20.
4. ALDERMAN, Mathew, age 27. 26. HOWARD, Seth, age 35.
5. ALDERMAN, Michael, age 19, 27. HENDRY, Charles W., age 31.
was Corp'l to Feb'y 29th. 28. HENDRY, Francis A., age 22.
6. BARBER, William W., age 24. 29. IVY, William J., age 20.
7. BROWN, Henry, age 21. 30. JONES, Lucartis, age 25.
8. BRANNING, David, age 24. 31. LANGFORD, Henry, age 28.
9. BURNETT, Mathew, age 20. 32. LANNIER, Lewis, age 44.
10. CARLETON, Isaac, age 20. 33. McCLEOD, William, age 42.
11. COLLINS, William A., age 26. 34. McCLEOD, John, age 18.
12. CANOVA, Andrew, age 21. 35. McCLEOD, Daniel J., age 24.
13. CAUGHRON, Aaron C, age 36; horse 36. McCULLOUGH, William, age 35.
bled to death from castration 37. McDONALD, John, age 28.
6/15; remounted 6/16/1856. 38. MOODY, William B., age 19.
14. DRIGGERS, Jacob, age 21. 39. MOODY, James A., age 18.
15. DRIGGERS, Mathew, age 42. 40. ORR, Henry B., age 25.
16. ENGLISH, Eli, age 24. 41. O'NEIL, John, age 20.
17. FARLESS, John, age 35. 42. PLATT, William C., age 19.
18. GILLETT, David W., age 19. 43. PLATT, John, age 44.
19. GILLETT, David K., age 18. 44. PLATT, Lewis B., age 24.
20. HENDRY, Albert J., age 19. 45. PELHAM, Richard, age 23.
21. HOLLINGSWORTH, Wn. R., age 31. 46. RAULERSON, Jacob R., age 30.
22. HOOKER, John J., age 37. 47. RIGGS, Joshua D.E., age 20.
23. HOOKER, William J., age 19. 48. RUSSELL, David, age 44.










VOL. 5, pp 33-34, PRIVATES, Cont'd:

49. SUMMERALL, Thomas, age 30. 60. UNDERHILL, William, age 35.
50. SMITH, Renny J., age 43. 61. UNDERHILL, John, age 30; Corp'l
51. SLOAN, Jasper, age 21. to Feb'y 29th.
52. SLOAN, Alford, age 20. 62. WHIDDDEN, Bennett, age 26.
53. SINGLETARY, Simpson, age 35. 63. WHIDDEN, John W., age 20.
54. SKIPPER, John L., age 28; 64. WHIDDEN, William W., age 19.
wounded in action at Peas 65. WHIDDEN, Maxwell, age 23.
Creek, June 14th, 1856. 66. WHIDDEN, Jesse, age 19.
55. SLOAN, Owen, age 18. 67. WHIDDEN, Willoughby, age 44.
56. SLOAN, David, age 40. 68. WHIDDEN, Edward, age 18.
57. SIMMONS, Wilson, age 24; Corp'l 69. WHIDDEN, Maxfield, age 44.
to Feb'y 29th; dismounted 70. WHIDDEN, John, age 18.
April 15th, horse died, 71. WILSON, James, age 33.
remounted Apr. 25th, 1856. 72. WEEKS, John, age 18.
58. TISON, George, age 32. 73. WEEKS, Levy, age 18, horse
59. THOMAS, James B., age 22. died 5/4/1856; remounted the
same day

PARKER, William, Private, age 33; killed in Battle at Peas Creek June 14th,
1856.

This Muster Roll was certified as correct by Capt. HOOKER, Cnmmanding Company
and by Francis N. PAGE, Asst. Adjutant Gen'l on 20th August 1856 at Fort Meade,
Florida.

VOLUME 5, PAGE 35

Muster Roll of Captain Thomas Hughey's Company of Infantry Volunteers, in Col.
Smith's Special Battalion, called-into the Service of the State of Florida by
Order of the Governor from the 18th Day of August 1856 to the 30th Day of Sept-
ember 1856. The Company was mustered into service for Six Months at Fort
Milon, Florida, by E. R. Ives, Act'g Agent. Miles travelled by the men from
place of discharge to home: 95 miles. The names inscribed on this Roll are:

1. Thomas HUGHEY, Captain.
2. Eben F. TUCKER, 1st Lieut.
3. Jackson POOLE, 2d Lieut.
4. Holcomb H. HUGHES, 1st Sergt.
5. B. F. HULL, 2d Sergt.
6. J. W. MASON, 3d Sergt.
7. J. B. POINDEXTER, 4th Sergt.
8. John P. ELLIS, 1st Corp'l.
9. James M. BROWN, 2d Corp'l.
10. Wiley J. BANON, 3d Corp'l.
11. William A. WHITE, 4th Corp'l.

PRIVATES

12. James H. HAYES 17. Thomas C. WRIGHT
13. A. H. BROWNLEE 18. G. W. OORESEY
14. Edward OOSGROVE 19. Richard ALLEN
15. Charles LYNCH 20. Rich'd E. RANDOLPH
16. John EDWARDS 21. Edward LUNDY











VOL. 5, Page 35, PRIVATES, Cont'd:

22. Tillman SHAW 36. Thomas WHITE, not mustered into
23. William ALLISON service.
24. E. W. CLYDE 37. Jacob SMITH, not mustered, belongs
25. Albert SCARBOROUGH to Original Art'y.
26. Thomas HULL 38. William LASSITER, not mustered
27. Jones CURRY into service.
28. WIlliam G. HOUSE 39. Sideny LASSITER, not mustered
29. J. W. BARNES into service.
30. Edward HOUSE 40. John TANNER, not mustered into
31. J. W. HARVEY into service.
32. Russell CURRY 41. Isaac JERNIGAN, not mustered in-
33. B. H. HUGHEY to service
34. Niel McKEEVER 42. William B. HULL, not mustered in-
35. N. B. DUKE to service.

Certifed a true muster roll and "that the remarks set opposite the names of
officers and men are accurate and just." /s/ Thos. HUGHEY, Captain, Conmand-
ing Company No. 4, Special Battn'n Fla. Vols.

Also certified a true muster roll by: /s/ W. White SMITH, Col. Canmanding
Special Battalion, Florida Volunteers.


VOLUME 5, PP 36-37

Muster Roll of First Lieutenant J. M. G. Hunter's Detachment of Mounted Volun-
teers, 5th Regiment, 2d Brigade of Florida Mounted Militia, Commanded by Col.
Thos. Dupont, called into the Service of the United States by General Z. TAYLOR
from the 13th Day of August 1838 to the 3d Day of September 1838. The Campany
was enrolled and mustered by Captain Hunter at Quincy, Florida. The names in-
scribed on this roll are:

John M. G. HUNTER, 1st Lieut.
Joseph MICHAUX, 2d Lieut.
Malcom BUCE (BRUCE?), 1st Sergt.
Andrew J. CORLEY, 2d Sergt.
Joseph MUSE, 3d Sergt.
Robt. TOWERS, 1st Corpl., "done duty whole time, absent with leave."
Richard WILLION, 2d Corpl.

PRIVATES

1. AUSTIN, Joseph 12. HEXT, Robt.
2. ANGINESS, Bennett 13. HUNTER, Hiram
3. ALLEY, Marcus 14. HUBBARD, William
4. BELL, L. G. 15. KYLE, Hamilton
5. CAMPBELL, Arch'd H. 16. McKENZIE, Allen
6. CASH, Francis A. 17. McRAE, John
7. CAMPBELL, Alex'r 18. McPHEARSON, Dan(?)
8. DILWORTH, Geo. 19. MARTIN, Arch'd H.
9. DENNIS, G. K. 20. MARTIN, Martin
10. FORMAN, William 21. McJUNKIN, Wn.
11. GRAHAM, John 22. McCOY, John










VOL. 5, pp 36-37, PRIVATES, Cont'd:

23. MOODY, Andrew 34. SHELFAIR, Levi
24. McDANIEL, Sam'l(?) 35. UNGAR, Augustus
25. McDANIEL, Wn. 36. WADE, James
26. NIXON, Thomas 37. WILSON, Benjamin
27. OLLIVANT, Henry T. 38. WILSON, John
28. PATTERSON, John G. 39. WILCOX, James
29. POTTS, Thomas 40. WILLIAMS, William
30. PENNEY, John 41. WINSLOW, Elijah
31. SEABROOK, Joseph H. 42. WALKER, Allen B.
32. SHAW, Daniel 43. WORTHINGTON, M. M.
33. SHAW, Murack(?) 44. WARN, Thomas.

This muster certified as true and /s/ J. M. H. HUNTER, 1st Lieut., Command-
ing Conpany.

Date: 9 March 1839
Station: Quincy, Florida.


VOLUME 5, PP 38-39

Muster Roll of Captain James E. Hutcheson's Company of the 4th Regiment, 2d
Brigade of Florida Militia, Canmanded by Colonel Warren, ordered into the Ser-
vice of the United States by Brig. Gen'l Hernandez frcm the 10th Day of Novem-
ber 1835 to the 5th Day of March 1836. Names inscribed on this roll are:

1. James E. HUTCHESON, Captain, Mounted.
2. John G. SMITH, 1st Lieut., Mounted.
3. Jason R. HEMINGWAY, 2d LIeut., Mounted.

1. John R. ZETROWER, 1st Sergt., Mounted.
2. John HAGAN, Sergt., Mounted.
3. Jordan TYNER, Sergt., Mounted.
4. John L. THIGPIN, Sergt., Mounted.

1. James AIKIN, Corp'l, Mounted.
2. Samuel VARNS, Corp'l, Mounted.

PRIVATES

(All Privates Mounted)
1. Allen OSTEEN 11. James WOODLAND
2. Isaac VARNS, Junr. 12. John D. RAY, deserted 25th Jan'y
3. Samuel H. STEPHENSON 13. Uriah ROBERTS,
4. Thomas BLEACH 14. Ethelbert HAGAN, "
5. William HAGAN 15. Frederic BARTHLOW, served 66 days.
6. Jamasie HAGAN 16. John G. GILBERT, "
7. James LONG 17. William BRANNING
8. Dan'l A. HEMIN3WAY 18. John LEGER
9. Horace MERRY 19. Ramon ALVAREZ
10. Henry BISHOP 20. John M. STAFFORD










VOL 5., pp 38-39, PRIVATES, Cont'd:

21. John HAGAN, Junr. 22. Alfred HAGAN

This muster was certified to be true "and that all public arms were turned
in." /s/ Jas. E. HUTCHERSON, Capt., Ccamanding Company.

Date: llth August 1836
Station: Jacksonville (Fla.)

Muster also certified on same date and place by: R. M. KIRBY, Major, U.S.
Army, Inspector and Mustering Officer.


VOLUME 5, PP 40-41

Muster Roll of Lieut. Elijah Bleach's Detachment of Capt. J. E. Hutcheson's
Company of the 4th Regiment, 2d Brigade of Florida Militia, Commanded by Col.
Warren, ordered into the service of the United States by Brig. Gen'l Hernandez
from the 10th Day of November 1835 to the 5th Day of March 1836. Names in-
scribed on this roll are:

1. Elijah BLEACH, 1st Lieut., mounted; resigned 17th January 1836.
2. Waterman L. BUDDINGTON, 2d Lieut., mounted; to 5th March 1836.

1. George BRANNING, 1st Sergt., mounted.
2. Waterman L. BUDDINGTON, Sergt.; promoted to 2nd Lt., 2 Feb. 1836.
3. Thomas DILBERRY, Sergt., mounted.
4. Thomas RIDGELEY, Sergt., not mounted.

1. George FLEMING, Corp' mounted.
2. George VARNS, Corp'l, mounted.
3 Johnathan THIGPIN, Junr., Corp'l, mounted.
4. John D. OSTEEN, Corp'l, mounted.

PRIVATES

1. C. L. EMORY, not mounted. 18. tW. FAULKNER, not mounted.
2. James FURMAN, mounted. 19. Antonio FALANI, not mounted.
3. James PINNER, not mounted. 20. William PINNER, not mounted.
4. Asa VARNS, not mounted. 21. Matthew H. PHILIPS, mounted.
5. Isaac VARNS, Senr., mounted. 22. George W. TIPPINS, mounted.
6. Jonathan THIGPIN, Sr., mounted. 23. James HOBKIRK, mounted.
7. Wiliam TURNER, not mounted. 24. Nathaniel STEPHENS, mounted.
8. James TYNER, not mounted. 25. J. P. CLOUD, mounted.
9. Joel B. SMITH, not mounted. 26. Patrick NURE, not mounted.
10. Samuel GAREY, not mounted. 27. Daniel McAVINER, not mounted.
11. Moore BLEACH, mounted. 28. Lewis STEEL, not mounted.
12. Benjamin BLEACH, not mounted. 29. Robert BOYD, not mounted.
13. Joseph ALVAREZ, not mounted. 30. Hugh WILLEY, not mounted.
14. Arnold THIGPIN, not mounted. 31. Francis WARDLAW, not mounted.
15. Thomas HEMINGWAY, mounted. 32. Thomas AMBLER, not mounted.
16. Jesse HOGAN, not mounted. 33. Tyson SIMMONS, not mounted.
17. John G. RIODAN, mounted. 24. George TIPPINS, mounted.










VOL. 5, pp 40-41, Cont'd:

This Muster Roll certified as true by Capt. Jas E. HUTCHESON.
Date: 11 August 1836
Station: Jacksonville (Fla)

Also certified by: R. M. KIRBY, Major, U.S. Army, Inspector and Mustering
Officer.


VOLUME 5, PP 42-43

Muster Roll of Captain Abner D. Johnston's Company of Florida Mounted Volun-
teers, ccamaanded by Capt. Abner D. Johnston, ordered into the service of the
State of Florida by his Excellency, Governor Broome. from the commencement of
actual service as shown by this Roll, from the 31st Day of Dec'br 1855 to the
26th Day of February 1856. The Company mustered at Fort Dade, Sumpter County
and was discharged at Fort Carter, Hernando County. Names on this roll are:

1. Abner D. Johnston, Capt., age 45; 1 bay horse.
2. Bee W. CREWS, Ist Lieut., age 36; 1 brown mare.
3. James WEEKS, 2d Lieut., age 36; 1 sorrel horse.

1. Moses DANIELS, Sergt., age 36; 1 sorrel mare.
2. John S. BARRENTON, Sergt., age 25; 1 sorrel horse.
3. John AKINS, Sergt., age 32; 1 bay mare.
4. Hiram PARRISH, Sergt., age 32; 1 sorrel horse.

1. James B. CRUM, Corp'l, age 32; 1 brown p. horse.
2. Daniel CHIVER, Corp'l, age 41; 1 gray horse.
3. Crawford WILLIAMSON, Corp'l, age 27; 1 gray mule.
4. Michael WHITMAN, Corp'l, age 32; 1 sorrel p. horse.

1. Aaron WOOLEY, Bugler, age 25; 1 bay horse.
2. James H. MURCHEY, Bugler, age 22, 1 sorrel horse.

1. James W. STANLEY, F&B, age 25; 1 sorrel horse.

PRIVATES

1. AKINS, Preston, age 29; 1 sorrel horse.
2. EECKHAM, Alexander, age 22; 1 sorrel horse.
3. BECKHAM, Marion J., age 20; 1 black horse.
4. BENNETT, Charles, age 40; 1 sorrel horse.
5. BEVIL, Granville, age 32; 1 roan mare.
6. BRADSHAW, Dixon G. H., age 41; 1 roan mare.
7. BRADSHAW, James B., age (blank); 1 bay mare.
8. BROWN, William C., age 19; 1 bay p. horse.
9. BROWN, Nathan L., age 44; 1 dun mare mule.
10. CARUTHERS, Augustus C., age 25; 1 brown mare.
11. CLAY, Shadrack H., age 36; 1 bay p. horse.
12. COLLINS, David, age 22; 1 gray horse.
13. COLLINS, George W., age 24; 1 bay stallion.
14. COLLINS, James, age 26; 1 brown horse.
15. CONDY, James A., age 25; 1 dun mule.










VOL. 5, pp 42-43, PRIVATES, Cont'd:

16. CRAWFORD, Emanuel, age 30; 1 bay horse.
17. CREWS, Edward F., age 40; 1 sorrel mare.
18. CRUM, Harman, age 25; 1 sorrel horse.
19. EVINS, Alexander L., age 23; 1 bay horse.
20. EVINS, Charles, age 22; 1 sorrel mare.
21. FUSSELL, Arnold B., age 41; 1 sorrel mare.
22. FUSSELL, James C., age 21; 1 bay stallion.
23. FUSSELL, William, age 20, 1 sorrel mare.
24. GANT, Jacin, age 34; 1 black mare.
25. GANT, John B., age 35; 1 sorrel horse.
26. GLENN, James R., age 36; 1 sorrel stallion.
27. GODWIN, Seaborn, age 44; 1 black horse.
28. HANCHEY, Wells, age 27; 1 gray horse.
29. HART, Christopher C., age 20; 1 bay mare.
30. HART, William B., age 42; 1 sorrel horse.
31. HAYS, George F., age 23, 1 sorrel horse.
32. HAYS, Robert, age 44; 1 bay mare.
33. HAYS, William J., age 21; 1 dun mule.
34. HUTCHINSON, David, age 40; 1 b. mule.
35. JOHNSTON, James F. P., age 21; 1 black horse.
36. JOHNSTON, John W., age 35; 1 bay horse.
37. JONES, James, age 44; 1 bay horse.
38. JONES, James W., age 35; 1 bay horse.
39. LEA, J. Calvin, age 24; 1 bay horse.
40. LEWIS, Charles W., age 21, 1 sorrel mare.
41. LOGAN, William, age 21; 1 sorrel horse.
42. LOCKERLY, Irvin, age 20; 1 bay stallion.
43. MASSEY, John, age 23; 1 bay horse.
44. MITCHELL, Jacob, age 44; 1 bay p. horse.
45. MITCHELL, John W., age 26; 1 gray mare.
46. MITCHELL, William, age 44; 1 bay p. horse.
47. McCREIGHT, Austin, age 26; 1 bay mare.
48. MERRITT, Josiah, age 21; 1 sorrel horse.
49. MERRITT, Paton, age 43; 1 sorrel mare.
50. McNAIR, James S., age 42; 1 sorrel mare.
51. MILLS, George, age 28, 1 gray horse.
52. MIMS, John L., age 24; 1 sorrel horse.
53. MOBLEY, George R., age 27; 1 bay mare.
54. MOBLEY, John, age 42; 1 bay horse.
55. NEWBERRY, David J. W., age 27; 1 gray horse.
56. NEWBERRY, Hezekiah, age 30; 1 cream mare.
57. ODOM, James P., age 37; 1 bay mare.
58. ROSS, Lorenzo D., age 19; 1 sorrel horse.
59. RUTHERFORD, Antoine G., age 22; 1 bay mare.
60. SLOAN, Alexander L., age 25; 1 sorrel mare.
61. SLOAN, William W., age 36; 1 sorrel P. horse.
62. STANLEY, Miller, age 22; 1 spotted mare.
63. SWICORD, Joseph, age 28, 1 spotted horse.
64. SWICORD, Michael, age 24; 1 bay mare.
65. SWICORD, William F., age 27; 1 gray horse.
66. TILLMAN, John B., age 28; 1 sorrel mare.
67. THOMPSON, Abner J., age 28; 1 sorrel horse.
68. WALL, James G., age 19; 1 cream horse.









VOL. 5, pp 42-43, PRIVATES, Cont'd

69. WEEKS, Richard K. C., age 23, 1 sorrel horse.
70. WEEKS, Stephen, age 18; 1 cream horse.
71. IWITMAN, Briant, age 40; 1 sorrel horse.
72. MWITMAN, Jacob, age 30; 1 dun mule.
73. WHITMAN, James, age 36; 1 sorrel mare.
74. WILLIAMS, Blaney, age 20; 1 sorrel p. horse.

This muster roll was certified as true by Abner J. Johnston, Captain, Cam-
manding the Company.
Date: February 26th 1856
Station: Fort Carter, Sumpter County
"Mustered at Fort Dade, Hernando County."

Also certified on same date and place by Jesse Carter, Special Agent and Mus-
tering Officer.

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

/s/ Madison POST ]
John McNEIL ] Appraisers
James P. McMULLIN]


VOLUME 5, PP 44-45

Muster Roll of Capt. Abner D. Johnston's Company of Florida Mounted Volunteers,
called into the Service of the State of Florida by his Excellency, James E.
Broome, Governor, under his order of the 15th of August 1856, at Phelps Ferry,
Fla., from the 2d Day of September 1856 (when enrolled) to serve the term of
Six Months from the date of enrollment, unless sooner discharged. From the
20th Day September 1856 to the 20th Day of December 1856. The Company was org-
anized by Capt. A., D. Johnston at Phelps Ferry (Fla) in the month of September
1856 and marched thence to Tampa, Florida where it arrived the 2d Day of Decem-
ber, a distance of fifty miles. The company was mustered into service by Jesse
Carter, Special Agent. (Except as noted, the company was enrolled at Phelps
Ferry.) Names inscribed on this roll are:

1. Abner D. JOHNSTON, Capt., age 44.
1. James P. F. JOHNSTON, 1st Lieut., age 21.
1. James WEEKS, Lieut., age 42.
1. Richard K. C. WEEKS, Sergt., age 22.
1. Millard STANLEY, Sergt., age 21.
1. John W. MITCHELL, Sergt., age 19.
1. Abner J. THOMPSON, Sergt., age 28.
1. Jason GANT, Corp'l, age 34.
1. Thomas H. STEWMAN, Corp'l, age 22; enrolled 9/19/1856, Tampa, Fla.
1. William H. COLSON, Corp'l,age 20; enrolled 10/11/1856, Tampa, Fla.
1. Benjamin B. WILLIAMS, Corp'l. age 22; enrolled 10/11/1856, Tampa, Fla.
1. Robert J. BECKHAM, Bugler, age 25.
1. John L. MIMS, Bugler, age 24;; enrolled 9/19/1856, Tampa, Fla.
1. James W. STANLEY, F&B, age 26.










PRIVATES, PP 44-45, Cont'd:

1. AIKIN, Preston, age 30, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
2. AIKIN, John, age 30, enrolled 10/11/1856, Tampa, Fla.
3. BECKHAM, Hiram, age 20, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
4. BENNET, Charles, age 40, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
5. BROWN, Nathan L., age 40, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
6. BECKHAM, Jerame M., age 19, enrolled 9/19/1856, Tampa, Fla.
7. BLACK, George W., age 35, enrolled 9/19/1856, Tampa, Fla.
8. BADGER, Edward N., age 19, enrolled 10/11/1856, Tampa, Fla.
9. BRADSHAW, Dixon G. H., age 42, enrolled 10/11/1856, Tampa, Fla
10. COLDING, Thomas, age 24, enrolled 10/11/1856, Tampa, Fla.
11. COLDING, Samuel, age 19, enrolled 10/11/1856, Tampa, Fla.
12. COLLINS, George W., age 20, enrolled 10/11/1856, Tampa, Fla.
13. COLDING, James B., age 44, enrolled 10/11/1856, Tampa, Fla.
14. COLSON, Thomas W., age 23, enrolled 10/11/1856, Tampa, Fla.
15. COLSON, Abraham, age 19, enrolled 10/11/1856, Tampa, Fla.
16. CARTER, Hardee, age 36, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
17. CLAY, Shadrick H., age 39, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
18. COOK, James H., age 19, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
19. COLLINS, David, age 22, enrolled 9/19/1856, Tampa, Fla.
20. COLLINS, James A., age 26, enrolled 9/19/1856, Tampa, Fla.
21. COTHROW, Edward, age 35, enrolled 9/19/1856, Tampa, Fla.
22. DANIEL, Moses, age 37, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
23. DICKSON, John S., age 19, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
24. DUNCAN, Daniel, age 19, enrolled 9/19/1856, Tampa, Fla.
25. EVANS, Charles, age 22, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
26. FOSSIL, James C., age 22, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
27. GODDIN, Seaborn, age 44, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
-28. GOLDIN, Darling, age 31,, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
29. GRIFFIN, Francis, age 19, enrolled 9/19/1856, Tampa, Fla.
30. GANT, John B., age 36, enrolled 9/19/1856, Tampa, Fla., "Recruited in
place of Littleton R. LEWIS.
31. HUTCHINSON, David, age ?, enrolled 10/11/1856, Tampa, Fla.
32. JHUTCHINSON, Lewis B., age 18 enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
33. HANCHEY, Wells, age 27, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
34. JONES, James, age 40, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
35. JONES, Watkins, age 19, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
36. JOHNSTON, John W., age 35, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
37. JERNIGAN, Aaron, Jr., age 21, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
38. JERNIGAN, Moses, age 19, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
39. JONES, David, age ?, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
40. KEY, William, age 23, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
41. LEWIS, Littleton R., age 37, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry; "Dismissed
without pay for insubordination."
42. LOGAN, Thomas S., age 21, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
43. LAMAR, John H., age 43, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
44. MASSAY, John J., age 23, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
45. McNAIR, James E., age 42, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
46. McNAIR, John E., age 24, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
47. MOBLEY, John, age 43, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
48. MORGAN, John A., age 22, enrolled 10/11/1856, Tampa, Fla.; "Recruited in
place of William H. WILLIAMS.
49. ODOM, James P., age 37, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.










PRIVATES, PP 44-45, Cont'd

50. PHELPS, Joseph T., age 44, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
51. PARKER, William, age 20, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
52. PARRISH, Hiram, age 30, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
53. PAGETT, William W., age 24, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
54. RAINS, Mathew, age 40, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
55. SHIVERS, Daniel, age 40, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
56. STAFFORD, William H., age 41, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
57. SWICORD, William, age 28, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry; "Died Dec-
ember 13th, 1856."
58. SWICORD, Michael, age 29, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
59. SWICORD, Benjamin F., age 28, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
60. SINCLAIR, Alexander, age 36, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
61. SIMS, John S., age 21, enrolled 9/1/1856, Phelps Ferry.
62. SIMS, Benjamin F., age 24, enrolled 10/11/1856, Tampa, Fla.
63. SYLVESTER, William W., age 22, enrolled 10/11/1856, Tampa, Fla.
64. SKIPPER, John F., age 20, enrolled 10/11/1856, Tampa, Fla.
65. SKIPPER, William C., age 19, enrolled 10/11/1856, Tampa, Fla.
66. TUCKER, Elijah H. H., ae 36, enrolled 10/11/1856, Tampa, Fla.
67. TILLMAN, John B., age 30, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
68. WALL, James, age 19, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
69. WHITMAN, James, age 37, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
70. WEEKS, Stephen, age 18, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
71. WILLIAMS, Wilson C., age 44, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
72. WILLIAMS, Alexander P., age 18, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
73. WILLIAMS, William H., enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry; "Dismissed with-
out pay for insubordination."
74. WILSON, Simeon, age 35, enrolled 9/2/1856, Phelps Ferry.
75. WHITMAN, Michael, age 34, enrolled 10/11/1856, Tampa, Fla.
76. WELLS, Simeon H., age 19, enrolled 10/11/1856, Tampa, Fla.

Certified on honor to be a true muster roll and signed by Abner D. JOHNSTON.

Certified by Jesse CARTER, Special Agent & Mustering Officer,that the company
was mustered at Tampa, Fla., on the muster date, the 20th of December 1856,
at the muster station: Tampa, Florida.


VOLUME 5, PP 46-47

Muster Roll of Captain Abner D. Johnston's Company of Florida Mounted Volun-
teers called into the service of the State of Florida by his Excellency Gover-
nor James E. Broom, under his Order of the 15th Day of August 1856. Fran the
Second Day of September 1856 (date of this muster) for the term of Six Months
unless sooner discharged.

1. Abner D. JOHNSTON, Capt., age 44, mustered 9/2/1856 at Phelps Ferry.
2. James F. P. JOHNSTON, Lieut., age 21, "
3. James WEEKS, Lieut., age 42, "

1. Richard K. C. WEEKS, Sgt., age 22, "
2. Millard STANLEY, Sgt., age 21, "
3. John W. MATCHELL, Sgt., age 19, "
4. Abner J. THOMPSON, Sgt., age 28 "











VOL 5, pp 46-47, Cont'd:

1. Jason GANT, Corpl., age 34, mustered 9/2/1856 at Phelps Ferry.
2. Thomas H. STEWMAN, Corpl, age 22, mustered 9/19/1856 at Tampa, Fla.
3. William H. COLSON, Corpl, age 20, 10/11/1856 "
4. Benjamin B. WILLIAMS, Corpl, age 22, "

1. Robert J. BECKHAM, Bugler, age 25, 9/2/1856 Phelps Ferry.
2. John L. MIMS, Bugler, age 24, 9/19/1856 Tampa, Fla.

1. James W. STANLEY, F&B, age 26, 9/2/1856 Phelps Ferry.

PRIVATES

1. AIKEN, Preston, age 30; Mustered 9/2/1856 at Phelps Ferry.
2. BEKCHAM, Hiram, age 20; "
3. BENNET, Charles, age 40; "
4. BROWN, Nathan L., age 44; "
5. CARTER, Hardee, age 36; "
6. CLAY, Shadrick, age 39; "
7. COOK, James H., age 19; "
8. DANIEL, Moses, age 37; "
9. DICKSON, John S., age 19; "
10. EVANS, Charles, age 22; "
11. FOSSIL, James C., age 22; "
12. GODDIN, Seaborn, age 22; "
13. GOLDIN, Darling, age 31; "" "
14. HANCHEY, Wells, age 27; "
15. JONES, James, age 40; "
16. JONES, Watkins, age 19; "
17. JOHNSTON, John W., age 35; "
18. KEY, William, age 23; "
19. LEWIS, Littleton R., age 37; "Dismissed w/o pay for insubordination."
20. LOGAN, Thanas L., age 21; Mustered 9/2/1856 at Phelps Ferry.
21. MASSEY, John D., age 23; "
22. McNAIR, James S., age 42; "
23. ODOM, James P., age 37; "
24. SHIVER, Daniel, age 40; "
25. STAFFORD, Wn. H., age 41; "o
26. SWICORD, Wm. H., age 28; "
27. SWICORD, Michael, age 29; "
28. TILLMAN, John B., age 30; o" "
29. WALL, James S., age 19; "
30. WHITMAN, James, age 37; "
31. WEEKS, Stephen, age 18; "
32. WILLIAMS, Wilson C.,age 44; "
33. WILLIAMS, Alexander R., age 18 "
34 BECKHAM, Jerane M., age 19; 9/19/1856 Tampa, Fla.
35. BLACK, George W., age 35; "
36. COLLINS, David, age 22; "
37. COLLINS, James A., age 25; "
38. COTHRAN, Edward, age 33; "
39. DUNCAN, Daniel, age 19; "
40. GRIFFIN, Francis, age 18; "
41. HUTCHINSON, Lewis B., age 18 9/2/1856 Phelps Ferry.











VOL. 5, PP 46-47, Cont'd; PRIVATES:

42. JERNIGAN, Aaron, Jr., age 21; Mustered 9/2/1856 at Phelps Ferry.
43. JERNIGAN, Moses, age 19; "
44. JONES, David, age 19; "
45. LAMAR, John H., age 43; "
46. McNAIR, John C., age 24; "
47. MOBLEY, John, age 43; "
48. PHELPS, Joseph G., age 44;
49. PARKER, William, age 20; "
50. PARRISH, Hiram, age 30; "
51. SWICORD, Benjamin F., age 28; Died December 13, 1856
52. SINCLAIR, Alexander, age 36; Mustered 9/2/1856 at Phelps, Ferry.
53. SIMS, John S., age 21;
54. WILLIAMS, William H., age 27; Dismissed w/o pay for insubordination.
55. WILSON, Simeon, age 35; Mustered 9/2/1856 at Phelps Ferry.
56. AIKEN, John, age 30; 10/11/1856 at Tampa, Fla.
57. BADGER, Edward N., age 19; "
58. BRADSHAW, Dixon G.H., age 42; "
59. COLDING, Thcmas C., age 24;
60. COLDING, Samuel, age 19; "
61. COLLINS, George W., age 20; "
62. COLDING, James B., age 44; "
63. COLSON, Thomas W., age 23;
64. COLSON, Abraham, age 19; "
65. GANT, John B., age 36; Recruited in place of Littleton LEWIS, dismissed.
66. HUTCHINSON, David, age ?; Mustered 10/11/1856 at Tampa, Fla.
67. MORGAN, John A., age 22; Recruited in place of Wim. H. WILLIAMS, dismissed
68. PAGETT, William W., age 24; Mustered 10/11/1856 at Tampa, Fla.
69. RAINS, Mathew, age 40; "
70. SIMS, Benjamin F., age 24 "
71. SYLVESTER, William, age 22; "
72. SKIPPER, John F., age 20;
73. SKIPPER, William C., age 19; "
74. TUCKER, Elijah H. H., age 36; "
75. WHITMAN, Michael, age 34; "
76. WELLS, Simeon F., age 19; "

Certified a true copy of muster and signed by Capt. Abner D. JOHNSTON.
Dates: September 2d, September 19th & October 11th, 1856.
Station: (Fort Carter, Sumpter County); mustered at Phelps Ferry and Tampa.

Certified a true copy of musters, State of Florida, for term of 6 months or
sooner discharged. 2d Day Sept. 1856. /s/ Jesse CARTER, Special Agent &
Mustering Officer. Station Fort Carter & Phelps Ferry.










VOLUME 5, PP 48-49

Muster Roll of Captain Abner D. Johnston's Independent Company of Mounted
Florida Volunteers called into the service of the United States by Brig. Gen'l
Wm. S. Harney under instructions from the War Department (AGO) of November 4,
1856, from the 20th Day of December 1856 (date of muster) for the term of Six
Months, unless sooner discharged.

NOTE: Except for nine men, members of this company all enrolled and mustered
at Fort Brooke, Fla.; they travelled 60 miles to reach Fort Brooke. The fig-
ures following the names below refer to the dollar value of the personal
property of each soldier, i.e., horses) / horse equipment. Except as noted,
all men were enrolled and mustered 20 December 1856.


1. Abner D. JOHNSTON, Captain, age 45; $107/20.
1. James F. P. JOHNSTON, Ist Lieut., age 21; $120/27.
1. James WEEKS, 2d Lieut., age 42; $140/10.

1. John M. MATCHETT, 1st Sgt., age 27; $140/8.
2. Millard STANLEY, Sgt., age 22; $115/4.
3. Leander B. OSTEEN, Sgt., age 36; $90/10.
4. Jason GANT, Sgt., age 34; $100/10.

1. Alexander B. BECKHAM, Corpl., age 22; $50/4.
2. James B. COLDING, Corpl., age 44; $50/4.
3. Thomas L. LOGAN, Corpl., age 21; $70/10.
4. Daniel SHIVER, Corpl., age 38; $40/3.

1. Robert J. BECKHAM, Bugler, age 25; $70/3.
2. Thomas L. STEWMAN, Bugler, age 23; $15/5.
3. James W. STANLEY, Farrier, age 26; $50/2.

PRIVATES

1. ANDERSON, William, age 24; $75/7.
2. AIKEN, Preston, age 31; $90/10.
3. ASHLEY, Darius, age 41; $130/20.
4. BECKHAM, Jerome, age 19; $90/15.
5. BECKHAM, Marion, age 21; $60/2.
6. BROWN, Nathaniel L., age 44; $60/10.
7. BADGER, Edward, age 19; $90/10.
8. BLACK, George W., age 36; $50/10.
9. BOYD, Henry, age 21; $100/12.
10. BINCKLEY, Nathan, age 23; $75/8.
11. BBGGS, John E., age 33; $70/5.
12. BECK, Robert D., age 23, mustered 12/24/1856; $70/8; no travel time.
13. BELLEGARDE, Singel, age 36; mustered 1/1857; $145/16; no travel time.
14. COLLINS, George W., age 20; $100/12.
15. COOK, James H., age 19; $60/4.
16. COLSON, Abraham H., age 19; $40/13.
17. COLSON, Abraham, age 23; $100/10.
18. COTHRAN, Edward, age 24; $82/2.
19. CAMPBELL, James R., age 22; $75/4.
20. CARTER, George W., age 19; $90/15










VOL.5, pp 48-49, PRIVATES, Cont'd:

21. DIXON, John S., age 19; $65/5.
22. DUKE, Henry, age 39; $40/2.
23. DALEY, Thomas, age 32; mustered 22 Dec. 1856; $90/18.
24. DUDLEY, John S., age 25; mustered 2 Jan'y 1857; $125/12.
25. EVANS, Charles E., age 12; $90/7.
26. FUSSILL, James C., age 21; $80/15.
27. FILLMORE, George W., age 23; $72/20.
28. GOLDEN, Darley, age 31; $90/5.
29. GRIFFIN, Francis, age 19; $50/2.
30. GAILBRAITH, Duncan C., age 23; $140/22.
31. GODWIN, Allen, age 43; $65/10.
32. HARP, William J., age 21; $80/20.
33. HINES, Rufus J., age 28; $70/6
34. HENDERSON, Charles, age 22; $90/20.
35. HANCHEY, Wells, age 27; $115/10.
36. HEWITT, Edward G., age 23; $60/15.
37. JONES, David, age 19; $75/3.
38. JONES, James, age 40; $40/3.
39. KEY, William, age 22; $75/2.
40. KEEBLER, Lemuel H., age 24; mustered 7 Jan'y 1857; $150/10.
41. LAMAR, John H., age 43; $70/6.
42. MORGAN, John A., age 22; $25/6.
43. MASSEY, John J., age 23; $125/6.
44. MILLS, Ferdinand, age 21; $75/10.
45. MERRITT, Payton, age 43; $60/3.
46. MOODY, John F., age 29; $90/8.
47. MILLS, Samuel P., age 44; $80/5.
48. McDUFFY, Michael, age 28; $60/6.
49. McNAIR, John E., age 24; $75/10.
50. ODUM, James P., age 40; $50/5.
51. PECKHAM, Isaac L., age 23; $75/3.
52. PHELPS, Fletcher W., age 43; $90/15.
53. PORTER, James A., age 22; $50/10.
54. PEARSON, Jereaiah B., age 44; mustered 2 Jan'y 1857; no travel time.
55. RAINES, Mathew, age 40; $50/2
56. RAINES, Grey A. M., age 23; $45/7.
57. READING, Henry, age 19; mustered 2 Jan;y 1857; no travel time.
58. SWICORD, William, age 28; $130/5.
59. SWICORD, Michael, age 24; $135/20.
60. SINCLAIR, Alexander, age 36; $125/12.
61. STOUT, Frank, age 21; mustered 30 Dec'r 1856; $100/10; no travel time.
62. THOMPSON, Abner J., age 29; $60/10.
63. TUCKER, Elijah H., age 36; $100/3.
64. TURNER, Joseph E., age 22; $90/6.
65. THOMPSON, William, age 27; mustered 21 Jan;y 1857; $115/10; no traveling.
66. WALL, James G., age 19; $50/10.
67. WILSON, Simon, age 36; $75/7.
68. WILLIAMS, William H., age 26; $100/24.
69. WEEKS, Stephen, age 19; $60/10.
70. WHITMAN, James, age 38; $140/4.
71. WHITMAN, Bryant, age 44; $60/2.
72. WILLIAMS, Joseph M., age 27; $90/18.










VOL. 5, pp 48-49, PRIVATES, Cont'd:

73. WELLS, Simeon, age 19; $80/10.
74. WILLIAMS, Lawrence, age 28; $150/12.

Certified a true copy of muster on 20 December 1856, /s/ Abner D. JOHNSTON,
Capt. Station: Fort Brooke, Fla.

Muster Roll of Capt. A. D. JOHNSTON's Co. of Mounted Florida Volunteers; mus-
tered into Service 20th December 1856 at Fort Brooke, Fla., by Capt. Francis
N. (W?) PAGE, Asst. Adjt. Gen'l, for 6 months. Mustered out (by same) June
20, 1857 at Fort Brooke, Fla.


VOLUME 5, PP 50-51

Muster Roll of Capt. Abner D. Johnston's Independent Company of Mounted Florida
Volunteers called into the service of the United States by Brig. Gen'l W. S.
Harney, Col., 2d Dragoons, under instruction from the War Department (A.G.O.)
November 4, 1856. at Fort Brooke, Fla., on the 2d Day of Dec'r 1856 to the 2d
Day of June 1857. The Company was organized by Capt. Abner D. Johnston at Fort
Carter in the month of December 1856 and marched thence to Fort Brooke, Fla.
where it arrived the 20th day of December a distance of Sixty Miles.

NOTE: The value of personally owned horses) / horse equipment is shown in
figures following the names of those mustered into the company.

1. Abner D. JOHNSTON, Capt., age 45. Horse died Feb. 1, 1857; bogged in
crossing the Kissimmee River. Remounted himself same day. $107/20.
1. James F. P. JOHNSTON, 1st Lieut., age 21; $120/27.
1. James WEEKS, 2d Lieut., age 42; $140/10.

1. John M. MATCHETT, 1st Sgt., age 27; $140/8.
2. Leander B. O'STEEN, Sgt., age 36; $90/10.
3. George W. COLLINS, Sgt., age 20; $100/12; promoted to Sgt. 12/30/1856.
4. Joseph E. TURNER, Sgt., age 22; $90/6; promoted to Sgt. 20 May 1857.

1. Alexander C. BECKHAM, Corpl., age 22; $50/4.
2. James B. OOLDING, Corpl., age 44; $50/4.
3. Thomas L. LOGAN, Corpl., age 21; $70/10; horse died 1/20/1857; remounted.
4. David SHIVER, Corpl., age 38; $40/3.

1. Robert J. BECKHAM, Bugler, age 25; $70/3; horse died 2/21/1857, remounted
immediately; dismounted from 1 Mar. to 10 Apr. 1857.
2. Thomas L. STEWMAN, Bugler, age 23;; $25/5; horse died 5/21/1857; remount-
ed same day.
3. James W. STANLEY, Farrier, age 26; $50/2.

PRIVATES

1. ANDERSON, William, age 24; $75/7.
2. AIKEN, Preston, age 31; $90/10.
3. BECKHAM, Jerane, age 19; $90/15.
4. BECKHAM, Marion J., agae 21; $60/2.
5. BROWN, Nathan L., age 44; $60/10.










VOL. 5, PP 50-51, PRIVATES, CONT'D:

6. BADGER,Edward, age 19; $90/10.
7. BLACK, George W., age 36; $50/10; horse died 1/6/1857; remounted 1/20/57.
8. BOYD, Henry, age 21; $100/2.
9. BINKLEY, Nathan G., age 23; $75/8.
10. BEGGS, John E., age 32; $70/5.
11. BECK, Robert D., age 23; $70/8; horse died 5/22/1857, not recounted.
12. BELLEGARDE, Sengel, age 36; $45/16.
13. COOK, James H., age 19; $60/4.
14. COLSON, Abraham H., age 19; $40-3.
15. COLSON, Abraham, age 23; $100/10.
16. COTHRAN, Edward, age 24; $82/2; horse died 5/22/1857; not remounted.
17. CAMPBELL, James R., age 22; $75/4.
18. CARTER, George W., age 19; $90/15.
19. DIXON, John S., age 19; $65/5.
20. DUKE, Henry, age 39; $40/2.
21. DALEY, Thomas, age 32; $90/18.
22. DUDLEY, John S., age 25; $125/12.
23. EVANS, Charles E., age 23; $90/7.
24. FUSSILL, James C., age 21; $80/15.
25. FILLMON, George W., age 23; $72/20; horse died 1/29/1857; dismounted from
Jan;y 29th to March 10th.
26. GOLDEN, Darley, age 31; $90/5.
27. GRIFFIN, Francis, age 19; $50/2.
28. GAILBRAITH, Duncan C., age 23; $140/22.
29. HAYS, William J., age 21; $80/20.
30. HINES, Rufus J., age 28; $70/6.
31. HENDERSON, Charles, age 22; $90/20.
32. HANCHEY, WElls, age 27; $115/10; absent, sick from 5/31 to 6/20/1857 from
disease contracted in the service.
33. HEWITT, Edward G., age 20; $60/15.
34. JONES, Davis, age 19; $75/3.
35. JONES, James, age 40; $40/3.
36. KEY, William, age 22; $75/2.
37. KEEBLER, Lemuel H ., age 24; $150/10.
38. LAMAR, John H., age 43; $70/6.
39. MOREGAN, John A., age 22; $25/6; horse died 1/2/1857; not remounted.
40. MASSEY, John J., age 23; $125/6.
41. MILLS, Ferdinand, age 21; $75/10; horse died 1/2/1857 on march; remounted
4th Jan'y 1857.
42. MOODY, John F., age 29; $90/8.
43. MILLS, Samuel P., age 44; $80/5.
44. McDUFFY, Michael, age 28;; $60/6.
45. McNAIR, John E., age 24; $75/10.
46. ODUM, James P., age 40; $50/5.
47. PECKHAM, Isaac S., age 23; $75/3; horse died 2/2/1857 after being wounded
by an alligator.
48. PHELPS, Fletcher, age 43; $90/15.
49. PORTER, James A., age 22; $50/10; horse died 1/27/1857; remounted 4/16/.
50. PEARSON, Jeremiah B., age 44; $60/10.
51. RAINES, Mathew, age 40; $50/2.
52. RAINES, Grey A. M., age 23; $45/7.
53. READING, Henry, age 19; $75/8.
54. STANLEY, Millard, age 22; $115/4; reduced from rank of Sgt., 5/20/1857.










VOL. 5, PP 50-51, PRIVATES, Cont'd:

55. SWICORD, Michael, age 24; $135/20; (remarks following his name were
crossed out and unreadable.)
56. STOUT, Frank, age 21; $100/10.
57. THOMPSON, Abner J., age 29; $60/10.
58. TUCKER, ELIJAH H., age 36;; $100/3.
59. THOMPSON, William, age 27; $115/10.
60. WALL, James G., age 19; $50/10; dismounted 5/25, remounted 6/10/18857.
61. WILSON, Simon, age 36; $70/7.
62. WEEKS, Stephen, age 19; 460/10.
63. WHITMAN, Bryant, age 44; $60/2.
64. WILLIAMS, Joseph M., age 27; $90/18.
65. WELLS, Simon, age 19; $80/10.
66. WILLIAMS, Lawrence, age 28; $150/12.


KILLED IN ACTION: William SWICORD, Private, age 28; $1320/5; killed 1 May
1857 in an affair with the Indians neart Fort Kissimmee, Fla. Horse
taken by Indians and found killed.

DIED:
1. Allen GODWIN, Private, age 43; $65/10. Died ata Fish Eating Creek on
30 April 1857.
2. Alexander SINCLAIR, Private, age 36; $125/12. Died 29 December 1856 at
Six Mile Creek, near Tampa, Florida.
3. James WHITMAN, Private, age 38; $140/4. Died April 30, 1957 at Indian
Pond, Florida.

DESERTED:-
1. Darius ASHLEY, Private, age 41; deserted 2d March 1857 at Ft. Kissimmee.
2. Payton MERRITT, Private, age 43; deserted 30 Jan'y 1857 at Ft. Kissinmee.
3. William H. WILLIAMS, Private, age 26; deserted 20 December 1856 at Fort
Brooke, Fla.

DISCHARGED:
1. Jason GANT, Sgt., age 24; $100/10. Discharged for disability without
pay allowance 30 December 1856.


Certified a True Copy of muster and service, signed: Abner J. JOHNSTON, Capt.,
Canmanding the Canpany.

Certified on 20th June 1857; Station: Fort Brooke, Fla., by

Francis N. PAGE, Asst.
Adjt-Gen' 1
Mustering Officer.










VOLUME 5, PP 52-53-54-55

Muster Roll of Captain Allen G. Johnson's Ccmpany of Mounted Florida Volunteers
Militia ordered into the service of the United States By Gen'l Z. Taylor from
9th Day of September 1839 to the 9th Day of January 1840. Mustered at Camp
Bailey, Fla., by the Captain and by Lieut. Heintzelman on 9th Sept. 1839 for
four months. Miles travelled to place of rendezvous, 35, and fram the place of
discharge, 50 miles.

1. Allen G. JOHNSON, Captain.
2. Hansford B. ALFORD, 1st Lieut.
3. Henry STEPHENS, 2d Lieut.

1. Solanon BALL (HALL?), 1st Sergt.
2. Henry LANFORD, 2d Sergt.
3. Jas. LANKFORD, 3d Sergt., "absent sick fran 10 Dec. 1839."
4. Geo. WEBB, 4th sergt.

1. Jas. A. STARK, 1st Corpl.
2. Jno. DRIVER, 2d Corpl.
3. Isaac BOIT, 3d Corpl.
4. Allen GODWIN, 4th Corpl.

PRIVATES:

1. BONE, Geo. 26. LAMB, Hezekiah
2. BELL, J. H., absent sick from 27. LEIGH, Jno.
25 DEc.1839. 28. MIMS, Jos.
3. BOIT, Leonard 29. MOBLEY, Elitham
4. CARTER, Isaac 30. McTERRELL, Jno.
5. CARVER, Elijah 31. McCULLERS, Wn.
6. BEACON, Nathan 32. MOBLEY, Jno.
7. DOUGLASS, Seaborn 33. MELON, R. L.
8. DOEGHERTY, Wm. 34. OLIVER, Chapman
9. DENNNISON, Wm. 35. OGLESBY, Joseph
10. DURRANCE, F. K., Absent, sick 36. PRESCOTT, Sam'l
frma 20 Dec. 1839. 37. PRESCOTT, Allen
11. DURRANCE, F. M. 38. PRESCOTT, Jessee
12. GRIFFIS, Wn. 39. REVELS, Owen
13. GOODWIN, Seaborn 40. ROSS, Jas. L.
14. HIRNTON, John? 41. STRICKLAND, Jas., absent
15. HUNTER, Silas 42. STEPHENS, Wn.
16. HALL, Joseph 43. SMITH, Thos., Jr.
17. HALL, Wm. 44. SANDERS, Hiram
18. HALL, Nathan 45. SLADE, Leonard
19. HILL, Stacey B. 46. SLADE, Gideon
20. HUNTER, Elijah 47. SLADE, Stephen F.
21. JENNINGS, Wn. F. 48. STEPHENS, Henry M.
22. KERSH, Stephen 49. TOWLER, Lewis B., absent, sick.
23. LEIGH, Philamen 50. TOWLER, Timothy
24. LEIGH, Thos. 51. WALKER, Thos.
25. LEIGH, Andrew 52. WALKER, Isaac










VOL. 5, PP 54-55, Privates, Cont'd

53. WILDER, Hopkins, absent sick 57. ZIPPERER, Jas. E.
from 12/17/1839. 58. ZIPPERER, Solanon
54. YATES, Burrill 59. ZIPPERER, Jno. M.
55. YATES, Meacham 60. ZIPPERER, Jno. M., Junr.
56. YATES, mn.

Gabriel (negro), Captain's servant, 6 Sept. 1835.
Jacob (negro), 1st Lieut's servant, 6 Sept. 1835.
Jack (negro), Id Lieut's servant, 6 Sept. 1835.

A. G. Johnson's Company of Florida Mounted Militia mustered out of service
at Camp Bailey, Florida on 6th January 1840.

/s/ Capt. L. P. Heintzelman, dated 7 December
1839 and 16th January 1840.



VOLUME 5, PP 56-57


Muster Roll of Captain Allen G. Johnson's Company of the First Regiment, Flori-
da Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. William T. Bailey, ordered into the ser-
vice of the United States by Brig.-Gen'1 W. K. Armistead from the 7th Day of
August 1840 to the 7th Day of December 1840; mustered into service by Major S.
Churchill. Company travelled 50 miles to place of rendezvous. On 7 August
1840 certified a true muster by Capt. Allen G. Johnson, Capt. Commanding
Canpany; Station, Camp R. Gamble, M.F. (Middle Florida) and certified by S.
Churchill, Major., 3d Art'y, Inspector and Mustering officer.

1. Allen G. JOHNSON, Captain
2. Solomon HALL, 1st. Lieut.
3. Francis M. DURRENCE, 2d Lieut.

1. James A. STARK, 1st Sergt.
2. Millington SMITH, Sergt.
3. James LANKFORD, Sergt.
4. Jesse A. SWILLEY, Sergt.

1. Elijah HUNTER, Corpl.
2. James OSTEEN, Corpl.
3. Levi S. WHITEHURST, Corpl., sick at Camp BAILEY
4. CHAPMAN, Oliver, Corpl.

1. John M. TERRELL, Bugler
2. William P. DAVIDSON, Bugler.

PRIVATES:

1. AUMONS, Allen H. 4. BOYT, Leonard
2. ADAMS, Wn. R. 5. BASSET, Eli
3. BOLTON, Thomas 6. COLLIER, James P.










VOL. 5, PP 56-57, Privates, Cont'd:

7. COLLIER, John 53. SMITH, John T.
8. CHAVERS, Daniel C. 54. SLADE, Leonard M.
9. DURRENCE, Joseph L. 55. SLADE, John B.
10. DURRENCE, Wn. H. 56. WALKER, Thomas
11. DURRENCE, Jesse H. 57. WOMBLE, James
12. DURRENCE, Francis W. 58. WOMBLE, Henry
13. DAY, William, on guard at 59. WHITEHURST, Daniel S.
Camp Lookout. 60. WHITEHURST, Jon
14. GILL, Jeremiah 61. YOUNG, Jonathan
15. GILL, Thomas 62. ZIPPERER, Joseph
16. GILL, John, sick at Camp 63. ZIPPERER, Solanon.
Lookout.
17. GASKINS, Asa Certied a true muster by Capt. Allen
18. HILL, Stacy B., on guard at G. Johnson, Camnanding Campany, and
Camp Lookout. by S. Churchill, Maj. 3d Art'y, Must.
19. HALL, John Officer.
20. HALL, Joseph Record of Events:
21. HAM, Thomas
22. HARPER, Malachi Headquarters of the Army, Washington
23. HUNTER, Silas City, May 5, 1840. "In mustering this
24. HUNTER, Elisha, sick at Camp force into service you will instruct
Lookout. the Mustering Officer to include in
25. HUNTER, James the muster the Militia now in service
26. HUNTER,Hanceford, sick at Camp of the Territory from the date they
BAILEY. entered it, and, to muster out of
27. HADSON, Henry F. service such of them as may wish to
28. LANKFORD, Moses retire." /s/ A. Macomb, Maj.-Gen'1,
.29. LANKFOPRD, Henry Commander in Chief.
30. LANKFORD, Jesse
31. LANKFORD, Wiley Remarks by Maj. S. Churchill:
32. LAMB, Jared, sick at Camp Bailey
33. LAMB, Cravy Jan'y 28. There are but 33 privates in
34. LAMB, Wade H. the company.
35. LAMB, L. B. July 1. There are but 55 privates in
36. LAMB, A. M. thecanpany.
37. MOBLEY, John Organization incomplete until July
38. MIMMS, James 14th.
39. MAYS, D. H.
40. MAYS, R. H.
41. PADGET, William
42. POWERS, Joseph B., on guard at
Camp Bailey.
43. RAGLAND, L. G.
44. RENFROE, Mitchell
45. ROBINSON, Lury?
46. SANDERS, Hiram
47. STOKES, Joshua
48. STOKES, William
49. STOKES, Jackson
50. SAPP, Mark
51. SWICORD, David A.
52. SHEHEE, John D.










VOLUME 5, PP 58-59

Muster Roll of Captain Elijah Johnson's Company of the 7th Regiment, First
Brigade of the Florida Militia Canmanded by Col. Charles H. Dupont ordered
into the service of the United States by Governor R. K. Call from the 7th
Day of August to the 7th Day of September 1838. Company enrolled at Talla-
hassee, Florida, by Maj. Stewart for one month. Miles traveled: 20 Miles.

1. JOHNSON, Elijah, Captain, Mounted, lost 1 rifle, 12 canteens.
2. SANDERS, Joshua W., 1st Lieut., Mounted.
3. HUNTER, Anderson J., 2nd Lieut., Footman; lost 4 screw drivers and 1
wiper.

1. THOMPSON, W. L., 1st Sergt., Mounted.
2. JERKINS, Richard L., 2d Sergt., lost one bayonett.
3. HENGER, Jacob, 3d Sergt., Mounted.
4. HOUCK, John D. F., 4th Sergt., Mounted.

1. SANDERS, Hinton L., 1st Corpl., Mounted; lost one bayonett.
2. OOVINGTON, John J., 2d Corpl., Mounted.
3. THIUS (THINS?), William L., 3d Corpl., Mounted.
4. JOHNSON, Isaiah, 4th Corpl., Mounted.

PRIVATES

1. ADDISON, John, Mounted. 24. GEDDIE, Daniel, Footman.
2. ADDISON, William, Footman; 25. GAIRSET, Sion, Mounted.
lost one knapsack. 26. HENNINGTON, Nathaniel, Mounted;
3. ADDISON, R. J., Mounted. Lost one powder flask and
4. ASHLEY, Roderick, Mounted. pouch and 1 canteen.
5. BRADLEY, Jethrow, Footman. 27. HARRIS, Charles, Mounted.
6. BOWERS, Edward, Footman. 28. HARRISON, Wilson, Mounted.
7. BUCK, William, Footman 29. HATFIELD, L. T., Mounted.
8. BROWN, John, Mounted; sick frma 30. HAWKINS, William, Mounted;
20th Aug., remained so during lost 1 powder flask and
service. 1 canteen.
9. COLLINS, Jasper W., Mounted. 31. HOWELL, Joseph, Mounted; lost
10. CARTER, James, Mounted. 1 rifle, 1 shot pouch flask
11. COLEMAN, Stephen, Footman. and 1 canteen.
12. CELON, John A., Footman. 32. HARROD, Charles, Mounted; lost
13. CALLAWAY, Lewis, Footman. one bayonett.
14. CLARK, Thomas, Footman; sick 33. HALE, James, Mounted; sick
fran 1st Sept., remained frcm 26th Aug. and remained
so during service, so during service.
15. COWART, L. J., Mounted. 34. HUMPHREY, Hugh, Footman
16. DOZIER, Dennis, Mounted. 35. HAN, Nathan, Footman.
17. DOZIER, Benjamin, Footman. 36. ISLER, Frederick, Mounted.
18. DEVOI, Abraham, Footman. 37. JIMMISON, Daniel, Mounted.
19. DAILEY, John, Mounted. 38. JOHNSON, James, Mounted; lost
20. EBORN, John, Mounted. one canteen.
21. FAIRER, Frederick, Footman 39. KINSEY, Clyde, Mounted.
22. FINNIGAN, Patrick, Mounted. 40. KIMBEAUGH, Daniel, Mounted;
23. GOODMAN, Levi, Footman; lost sick from 28th Aug & remained
one knapsack. so during service.










Vol. 5, pp 58-59, PRIVATES, Cont'd:

41. KERN, Thomas, Footman. 73. TOWNSEND, Daniel, Mounted
42. KELLY, John, Footman. sick from 28 Aug. and
43. LUSTER, Elias, Mounted. remained so during
44. LYNN, A. B., Mounted; lost service.
one canteen. 74. TERRELL, Joseph P., Footman.
45. LYNN, Phelix, Mounted. 75. WILLIAMS, Joseph, Mounted,
46. LEE, Lewis, Mounted. lost 1 flask, 1 shot
47. LEE, James L., Mounted. pouch and 1 canteen.
48. LUINBERGER, John, Footman. 76. Wentworth, Charles, Mounted.
49. McDANIEL, Elisha, Mounted. 77. WELCH, John, Footman.
50. MEMS, Alexander, Mounted. 78. Webb, J. W., Footman.
51. MOTT, Paul, Mounted; lost 79. YOUNG, Wyatt, Mounted; lost
one bayonett. 1 canteen.
52. MASSEY, Daniel, Mounted.
53. McLEAN, John, Footman.
54. McGILREY, John, Footman.
55. NUGENT, Edward, Footman.
56. OLIVER, William, Mounted.
57. OLIVER, Washington, Mounted.
58. OGLESBY, Elijah, Footman; lost
1 knapsack; sick 27 Aug. and
remained so during service.
59. OHMSTEAD, Gideon, Footman.
60. OVERMAN, Benjamin, Footman.
61. PERKINS, William, Mounted;
lost 1 bayonett
62. PEAK, John C., Mounted.
63. POPE, John, Footman.
64. PANDA, James B., Mounted,
sick fran 10 Aug and re-
mained so during service.
65. RAKES, Jacob, Mounted.
66. ROLING, John, Mounted.
67. SAPP, Darling, Mounted.
68. SAPP, William, Mounted.
69. STEPHENS, R. H., Footman.
70. SPEAR, James, Footman;
lost 1 knapsack.
71. SANDERS, Lewis, Mounted.
72. TRULUCK, Arthur, Mounted.

Certified a true muster by Captain Elijah JOHNSON on 7th August; Station:
Camp Harney.

Certified a true muster by J. GREEN, Lt. Col., 6th Art'y., Cammanding
the District West of the Suwanee., Inspector and Muster Office.










VOLUME 5, PP 60-61

Muster Roll of Captain G. W. Johnson's Drafted Company of the 9th Regiment,
First Brigade of the Florida Militia Coumanded by Gen. Reed; ordered into the
service of the United States by Governor Call from the 21st day of August to
the llth day of December 1836 for a period of four months. Company enrolled
11 August 1836 in Jefferson County, Florida.

Geo. W. JOHNSON, Captain, absent by order to bring in a Detachment of the
Canpany.

Geo. W. SMITH, Ist Lieut.
Sam'1 NEALY, 2d Lieut.
Win. S. WHITE, 1st Sergt.

PRIVATES

1. ATKINS, Joseph 21. MATHEWS, W. H.
2. BRANCH, E. T. 22. McGILL, Rhoderic
3. BRUIMAN, Jas. 23. MURPHEY, Stephen, sick in quarters.
4. OOPELAND, Geo. W. 24. NUGENT, Edward
5. CANDELAIS, Peter 25. OGELTREE, Jas. J.
6. CLARK, Hubbord(?) 26. POWEL, Joel
7. DAVID, Antony 27. POPPELL, Boydin
8. DURHAM, Michal 28. PINKSTON, Thomas G.
9. FINCH, Green 29. PINKSTON, James T.
10. GAMBLE, Jno. 30. PRINTO?, Davis
11. GRAY, Josiah 31. RENFROE, Michel
12. GORMAN, Jno. 32. ROM, John, sick in quarters.
13. GORMAN, Nathan 33. SKIPPER, Mark D.
14. GRANGER, Samuel 34. THOMAS, James
15. HIGH, Norman 35. TANNER, Simon B.
16. HOLDER, James B. 36. WILLIAMS, Freeman
17. HAM, Richard G. 37. WYNN, Wn. C.
18. HARROLD, David 38. WOMBLE, Henry
19. JOURNAGEN, William 39. WILSON, Isaac
20. LIGHTSEY, George

Certifed a true muster by George W. SMITH, 1st Lieut.
Date: 14 August 1836
Station: Camp Carter. Fla.

Certified a true muster by S. SHANNON, Capt., 1st U.S. Inf'y
Inspector & Muster Officer.










VOLUME 5, PP 62-63

Muster Roll of Captain J. Johnson's Company of the Fifth Regiment, Second
Brigade of the Florida Regiment, Mounted Militia, canmanded by Col. C. Dupont
ordered into service of the United States by Gen. Z. Taylor fran the 15th day
of Aug. 1838 to the 4th day of Sept. 1838 for a period of 20 days. Company
enrolled at Quincy, Florida, by Capt. Johnson.

Isham JOHNSON, Captain Jacob H. DYKES, 4th Sergt.
Miller M. JOHNSON, 1st Lieut. Jesse STEPHENS, Corpl.
William J. MILLS, 2nd Lieut. Nathaniel R. HAND, Corpl.
Madison SCOTT, 1st Sergt. Henry M. WANNACKER, Corpl.
Marcus GELLETT, 2d Sergt. Arnold AMBROSE, Corpl.
Isan R. JOHNSON, 3d Sergt. William ALDERMAN, Corpl.

PRIVATES

1. ASHE, William 25. PARRISH, Wylie
2. ARNOLD, Giles S. 26. POPPELL, Nathan W.
3. ALDERMAN, Daniel 27. ROBERTSON, John
4. BARBER, William 28. SHELFAIR, Hardy H.
5. BLOUNT, John 29. SWEET, Charles
6. BARBER, Jarett 30. SADLER, Barlett
7. BUTLER, Levi 31. SADLER, Moses
8. B (page torn) 32. STRICKLAND, John D.
9. FAIR, William 33, SAPP, Caleb
10. HOWARD, John 34. TOWNSEND, Asa
11. HYERS, Jacob 35. PENDRICK, ?
12. HARLEY, John 36. PICKINS, Ezekiel
13. INMAN, Edward 37. PICKINS, Alfred
14. JOHNSON, Allen R. 38. PICKINS, Uriah
15. LASHLIE, Neil 39. GEE, John
16. LAING, David A. 40. WHITE, Robert
17. LAING, Charles 41. BLOUNT, P.
18. MASHBURN, WI. 42. McBRIDE, Milt
19. MILLS, Cleaton 43. STEPHENS, A. B.
20. MILLER, Johnathan W. 44. JOHNSON, John W.
21. McRAE, John 45. LOTT, Absalan
22. NEWTON, Daniel A. 46. HOWARD, David
23. OWENS, James 47. GAULDING, Edward
24. OWENS, Joshua 48. BUTLER, S. G.

Company mustered in and out of service on 9th day of March 1839 by
/s/ Isham JOHNSON, Capt.

Date: March 9, 1839

Station: Quincy, Florida










VOLUME 5, PP 64-65

Muster Roll of Captain Jas. B. Johnson's Cmapany of a Battalion of Florida
Drafted Mounted Militia commanded by Major. James Stewart, ordered into the
service of the United States by Major Gen'l Thos. S. Jesup from the 5th day
of February to the 5th day of May 1837. Company enrolled at Tallahasse, Fla.
for 3 months by Lieut. D. H. Vinton. (NOTE: The figures following names are
the number of miles travelled "to place of rendezvous" / miles travelled from
"place of discharge (to) home.")

1. Jas. B. JOHNSON, Captain, 20/20.
2. Jas. W. BENNERMAN, 1st Lieut., 20/20.
3. Jas. WALLACE, 2d Lieut., 20/20.

1. Chas. G. BELL, 1st Sergt., 20/20.
2. Coton RAWLS, 2d Sergt., 15/15.
3. James KERRION, 3d Sergt., 00/00.

1. Solonon ROUSE, 1st Corpl., 15/15.
2. Young JOHNSON, 2d Corpl., 30/30.
3. Benjamin DOZIER, 3d Corpl., 25/25; absent, sick.

PRIVATES

1. ADAMS, William, 15/15.
2. AULTERMAN, James, 13/13/
3. BELL, Jos. G., 20/20.
4. CONSFORD, ?, 00/00.
5. CRUMERY, William, 00/00.
6. ELLIS, George, 18/18.
7. FROTHINGHAM, David, 00/00, absent, sick.
8. GUARDENER, Wn., 00/00, absent, sick.
9. HOWARD, James, 00/00, not mounted.
10. HOLDER, Daniel, 20/20.
11. HAVIR, David, 35/35.
12. LACKLIER, Obediah, 25/25.
13. MABERRY, Elisha, 00/00.
14. MILLER, Ebenezer G., 12/12.
15. MINOR, John, 21/21; absent on leave; not mounted.
16. PATERSON, Andrew, 12/12.
17. ROBERTSON, John, 00/00; absent on leave.
18. SELON, John A., 00/00.
19. SMITH, John, 12/12; absent, sick; not mounted.
20. SLADE, Elisha, 30/30.
21. SKIPPER, Allen, 15/15.
22. SKIPPER, Benjamin, 15/15.
23. SKIPPER, Nielson, 15/15.
24. SKIPPER, Peter, 15/15.
25. STEWART, Josiah, 40/40.
26. SIMMONS, Hillery, 00/00.
27. TIRREL, Joseph, 00/00.
28. WILSON, John, 00/00.










VOL. 5, pp 64-65, PRIVATES, Cont'd:

29. WOODWARD, John, 00/00.
30. WALKER, Allin, 15/15; not mounted.


Certified a true muster /s/ Jas. B. JOHNSON, Capt.
Certifed a true muster /s/ D. H. VINTON, Lieut.



VOLUME 5, PP 66-67

Muster Roll of Captain Jas. B. Johnson's Company of Mounted Florida Militia
Commanded by (torn, not readable), ordered into service of the United States by
Genl. Z. Taylor from the 20th day of July 1839 to the 20th day of November
1839. Mustered at Tallahassee, Fla., by Capt. Heintzelman for a period of six
months.

1. Jas. B. JOHNSON, Captain.
2. Jno. U. HANES, 1st Lieut.
3. Thos. M. GRIGSBY, 2d Lieut.
4. S. W. BROWN, 3d Lieut.

1. A. B. WHEELER, 1st Sergt.
2. A. BURNEY, 2d Sergt.
3. E. R. BUDD, 3d Sergt.
4. J. F. HOGAN, 4th Sergt.

1. J. H. BRICKELL, 1st Corpl.
2. Jesse HOLLOMON, 2d Corpl.
3. E. B. R. MARBLE, 3d Corpl.
4. L. B. WHEELER, 4th Corpl.

1. J. H. FOUNTAIN, Bugler.

PRIVATES

1. ANDERSON, Jno. 17. CALLOWAY, J. W.
2. ATKINSON, Robt. 18. CRUM, Benj.
3. ALTMAN, T. 19. CAMPBELL, Jas.
4. ATKINSON, W. 20. OODDING, G. T.
5. ALTMAN, Jas. 21. DOUGHTY, J.
6. BYRD, Robt., Footman. 22. DEAN, Jos.
7. BLEACH, Jno., Footman. 23. DILER, Godfrey
8. BLACK, E. W. 24. DUBOSE, Robt.
9. BROOKER, W. T. 25. DAILY, J., Footman.
10. BRICKELL, Jas 26. DREASE, Chas.
11. BYRD, W., Footman. 27. DAVIDSON, J. N.
12. BROWN, J.D. 28. ELLIS, Geo.
13. BOLAND, Jas. 29. GRAINGER, S.
14. CARROLL, John 30. GILL, H., Footman.
15. CALHOUN, Laughlin 31. GLIMES, Silmer, Footman.
16. CHEW, J. B. 32. GOODCHILD, Edward










VOL. 5, pp 66-67, PRIVATES, Cont'd:



33. GRISSETT, J. 59. McCOURT, Jas.
34. GRANTHAM. H. 60. MOTT, Hope
35. GRISSETT, Arthur 61. MUSGROVE?, Wn.
36. HOWK,Jas. 62. MAISE, Jno.
37. HOLDEN, Dan'l 63. MEW, Kenny
38. HEST (HEFT?), Henry 64. NOLAN, Robt.
39. HAUSMAN? HOWSON?, Jno. 65. O'OONNER, Wn.
40. HEMINGWAY, J. F. 66. PEAK, J. C.
41. HIMPHRIES, Thos. 67. REDDICK, Chas.
42. HUMPHRIES, Hugh 68. REEVES, Jas.
43. HAVIR, Chas. 69. RAKER, Jas.
44. HIGH, Michael 70. SMEDLEY, Wilson
45. HAWKINS, mn. 71. SWAIM, Nelson
46. HUNTER, A. T. 72. STRINGLER, Smith, absent, sick
47. KINGSLEY, Sterling 73. STEWART, Sam'l
48. LAMB, Dan'l 74. SPEARS, Jas.
49. LEMMON, Wn. 75. SPENCE, W.
50. LAVENDER,Robt., Footman 76. TRULUCK, Arthur
51. LEVINS, Elijah 77. TRULUCK, Geo.
52. LEWIS, Alfred 78. URICH, Christopher
53. MIMS, W. 79. WILLIAMS, W.
54. Miller, Rich'd, Footman 80. WATSON, Henry
from 8/29/1839. 81. WILBERSTEIN, A.
55. McLANE, Jno. 82. WALKER, W., Footman.
56. McLENDON, Wm. 83. WHITEHOUSE, Elisha
57. McCALEB, A. 84. YEAGER, Charles
58. MOODY, Jno.


Captain JOHNSON's boy, Peter, Servant.
1st Lieut. HANES' boy, Ned, Servant.
2d Lieut. GRIGSBY's boy, Ned, Servant.
3d Lieut. BROWN's boy, Bob, Servant.


Certified a true muster by /s/ J. B. JOHNSON, Captain.
Date: 29 August 1839
Station: Camp Johnson, Middle Florida.

Certified a true muster by /s/ Capt. HEINTZELMAN, Inspector and
Mustering Officer.











VOLUME 5, PP 68-69


Muster Roll of Captain Jos. B. Johnson's Cmapany of Mounted Florida Militia
ccnmanded by Gov. R. K. Call, ordered into service of the United States by
Gen'l Z. Taylor for a period of 4 months, frcm the 20th day of July to the 20th
day of November 1839. Company mustered at Tallahassee, Fla., by Capt. Heint-
zelman. (NOTE: This Muster Roll was torn in several places and very difficult
to read.)

1. Jos. B. JOHNSON, Captain.
2. Jon'a A. HANES, 1st Lieut.
3. Thos. M. GRIGSBY, 2d Lieut.
4. S. W. BROWN, 3d Lieut.

1. A. B. WHEELER, 1st Sergt.
2. A. BURNEY, 2d Sergt.
3. E. R. BUTTS, 3d Sergt.
4. J. N. HOGAN, 4th Sergt.

1. J. H. BRICKELL, 1st Corpl.
2. Jesse NOLEMAN?, 2d Corpl.
3. E. B. R. MARBLE, 3d Corpl.
4. L. B. WHEELER, 4th Corpl.

1. S. H. FOUNTAIN, Bugler

PRIVATES

-1. ANDERSON, John 25. DAYLEY, J.
2. ATKINSON, Robert 26. DREASE, Chas.
3. ALTMAN, J. 27. DAVIDSON, J. N.
4. ATKINSON, W.(?) 28. ELLIS, George
5. ALTMAN, Jas. 29. GRAINGER, S.
6. BIRD, Robert 30. GILL, H.
7. BLEASH, Jno. 31. GLIMES, Salmer
8. BLACK, E. W. 32. GOODCHILD, Edw'd
9. BRACKER, W. T. 33. GRISSETT, J.
10. BRICKELL, Jas. 34. GRANTHAM, H.
11. BYRD, Win. 35. GRISSETT, Arthur
12. BROWN, J. D. 36. HOWK, Jas.
13. BOLAND, James 37. HOLDEN, Dan'l
14. CARROLE, Jesse 38. HEFT, Henry
15. CALHOUN, Laughlin 39. HOWSON, John
16. CHEW, J. B. 40. HEMMINGWAY, J. F.
17. CALLOWAY, J. W. 41. HUMPHREYS, Thos.
18. COMB, Benj. 42. HUMPHREYS, Hugh
19. CAMPBELL, James 43. HAVIR, Charles
20. CODDING, G. T. 44. HIGH, Mch'l
21. DOUGHTY, J. D. 45. HAWKINS, Wn.
22. DEAN, Jas. 46. HUNTER, A. J.
23. DILER, Godfrey 47. KINGSLEY, Sterling
24. DUBOSE, Robt. 48. LAMB, Daniel










VOL. 5, PP 68-69, PRIVATES, Cont'd

49. LEMMON, Wn. 62. MAIZE, Jno.
50. LAVENDER, Robt. 63. MEW, Kenny
51. LEN (torn) Elij. 64. NOLAND, Robert
52. LEWIS, Alfred 65. O'CONOR, Wm.
53. MIMS, Wn. 66. PEAK, J. C.
54. MILLER, Rich'd 67. REDICK, Chas.
55. McLEAN, John 68. REAVES, James
56. McLENDON, Wn. 69. RACKER, Jacob
57. McCALEB, A. 70. SMEDLEY, Wilson
58. MOODY, John 71 thru 81 torn out of page.
59. McCOURT, Jas. 82. WALKER, W.
60. MOTT, Hope 83. WHITEHOUSE, Elijah
61. ? 84. YAGER, Charles


SERVANTS

Capt. JOHNSON's boy, Peter
Lieut. HANE's boy, Ned
Lieut. GRIGSBY's boy, Ned
Lieut. BROWN's boy, Bob

Certified a true muster by /s/ J. B. JOHNSON, Captain.

Nov. 21, 1839, Certified a true muster of the company, /S/
L.P. HEINTZELMAN, Capt., 2d Infantry
Inspector & Mustering Officer

"Capt. J. B. JOHNSON's Canp'y of Mounted Florida Militia mustered out of
service Nov. 21, '39 at Tallahassee, Florida."


VOLUME 5, PAGES 70-71

Muster Roll of Captain James F. P Johnston's Company of Florida Mounted Volun-
teers mustered into service of the United States at Fort Brooke, Florida on
the 29th of June 1857.

1. James F. P. JOHNSTON, Captain, age (blank)
2. Abel MIRANDER, 2st Lieut., age 32.
3. Aaron DANIELS, 2d Lieut., age (blank)
4. Christopher C. RAWLS, 1st Sergt., age 28.
5. Alexander C. BECKHAM, 2d Sergt., age 22.
6. Charles HENDERSON, Private, age 22.
7. Andrew J. SNYDER, Sergt., age 39.
8. Alfred FUTCH, Corpl., age 21.
9. Thomas MIRANDER, Corpl., age 26.
10. John YORK, Corpl., age 23.
11. Erasmus McCLELLAND, Corpl., age 20.
12. Charles H. BRUSH, Bugler, agae 17.
13. Reuben S. BARROW, Private, age 26.
14. Sherrod EDWARDS, Private, age 50.











VOL. 5, PP 70-71, Cont'd

15. Michael GARRERO, Private, age 36.
16. John KRELL, Private, age 35.
17. Elijah S. KIRKLIN, Private, age 38.
18. Milledge BRANEN, Private, age 21.
19. Henry KENNEDY, Private, age 45.
20. Jeremiah B. PEARSON, Private, age 44.
21. Benjamin DAVIS, Private, age 19.
22. John WHIDDEN, Private, age 27.
23. John KIRBY, Private, age 41.
24. Colin L. McLEAN, Private, age 37.
25. Randall B. WILLIAMS, Private, age 28.
26. James H. MAYS, Private, age 21.
27. Dempsey CAIN, Private, age 43.
28. Jackson DAVIS, Private, age 23.
29. Enoch DAVIS, Private, age 20.
30. Stephen SAPP, Private, age 19.
31. Barnett STEWART, Private, age 42.
32. Isaih BEASELY, Private, age 18.
33. William W. KENNEDY, Bugler, age 17.
34. John S. DUDLEY, Private, age 25.
35. Daniel P. MOORE, Private, age (blank)
36. Leonard S. CRANE, Private, age 34.
37. Mabury WHITEHURST, Private, age 21.
38. Pierre DUBAY, Private, age 22.
39. John LAFAYETTE, Private, age 41.
40. Wilson DYKES, Private, age 19.
41. James H. COOK, Private, age 20.
42. Duncan C. COOK, Private, age 19.
43. Francis M. GRIFFIN, Private, age 19.
44. William RAULERSON, Farrier, age (blank)
45. John FORBES, Private, age 30.
46. William HUNT, Private, age 45.
47. John WALLACE, Private, age 43.
48. John M. WARREN, Private, age 36.
49. John E. McNAIR, Sergt., age 25.
50. Martin DILLON, Private, age 29.
51. Frederick WEEDON, Private, age 27.
52. Robert W. THOMAS, Private, age 19.
53. John F. THOMAS, Private, age 18.
54. Wadkins JONES, Private, age 20.
55. William THOMAS, Private, age 24.
56. John G. FERRILL, Private, age 40.
57. Thomas DALY, Private, age 39.
58. Owen R. BLUNT, Private, age 26.
59. William HICKEY, Private, age 45.
60. John JONES, Private, age 23.
61. William P. BROOKER, Private, age 44.
62. Ervin J. WILLIAMS, Private, age 24.
63. Edward OOTHRAN, Private, age 34.
64. Samuel B. S. HARRIS, Private, age 30.
65. Montalin ATKINSON, Private, age 19.
66. John J. MASSEY, Private, age 23.










VOL. 5, PP 70-71, Cont'd

67. Samuel P. MILLS, Private, age 44, sick when mustered.
68. John WOOD, Private, age 26.
69. Michel HIGH, Private, age 35.
70. Benjamin C. SWAIN, Private, age 27.
71. Adolph BELLEGARD, Private, age 36.
72. John J. MOODY, Private, age 29.
73. Louis GASKINS, Private, age 27.
74. John B. MICKSON, Private, agae 24.
75. Theophilus N. GAY, Private, age 24.
76. Winfield W. KELLAM, Private, age 24.
77. David JONES, Private, age 19.
78. Alexander M. CLARK, Private, age 26.
79. Miley SHEPHERD, Private, age 45.
80. James M. DIXON, Private, age 26.
81. James A. THOMAS, Private, age 21.
82. Francis D. SILLIVAN, age 17.
83. Michael ALDERMAN, Private, age 20.
84. Eli ENGLISH, Private, age 25.
85. James H. NUCKIL?, Private, age 23.

NOTE: There were no signed certifications on this muster roll.


VOLUME 5, PP 72-73


Muster Roll of Captain James F. P. Johnston's Independent Canpany of Mounted
Volunteers called into service of the United States by Colonel G. Loomis un-
der instructions from the War Dept. (A.G.O.) November 4th, 1856 from the 19th
Day of June 1857 for the term of Six Months unless sooner discharged. (Company
enrolled by Capt. J. F. P. Johnston at Fort Brooke, Florida.) NOTE: The
money amounts following each name below indicates the assessed value of the
horse(s)/horse equipment personally owned by each man.

1. James F. P. JOHNSTON, Captain, age 21; $200/15.
2. Abel MIRANDER, 1st Lieut., age 33; $175/12
3. Aaron DANIELS, 2d Lieut., age blank; $150/10.

1. Christopher C. RAWLS, 1st Sergt., age 28; $125/7.
2. Alexander C. BECKHAM, Sergt., age 22; $125/12.
3. John E. McNAIR, Sergt., age 25; $150/10.
4. Andrew J. SNYDER, Sergt., age 39; $90/8

1. Alfred FUTCH, Corpl., age 21; $135/18.
2. Thomas MIRANDER, Corpl., age 26; $90/4.
3. John YORK, Corpl., age 23; $90/7.
4. Erasmus McCLELLAND, Corpl., age 20; $100/4.

1. Charles H. BRUSH, Bugler, age 17; $75/8.
2. William W. KENNEDY, Bugler, age 17; $100/10.
3. William RAULERSON, Farrier, age blank; $100/15.










VOL. 5, PP 72-73, Cont'd

PRIVATES

1. ATKINSON, Montolin, age 19; $85/15.
2. BARROW, Reuben T., age 26; $30/3.
3. BRANEN, Milledge, age 21; $57-1/2/8.
4. BEASELY, Isaiah, age 18; $150/15.
5. BLUNT, Owen R., age 26; $62/2.
6. BROOKER, William P., age 44; $150/15.
7. CAIN, Denpsey, age 43; $62/2.
8. CRANE, Leonard S., age 24; $100/8.
9. COOK, James H., age 20; $75/15.
10. COOK, Duncan C., age 19; $75/8.
11. COTHRAN, Edwards, age 34; $125/3.
12. DAVIS, Benjamin, age 19; $100/5.
13. DAVIS, Jackson, age 23; $100/10.
14. DAVIS, Enoch, age 20; $75/5.
15. DUDLEY, John L., age 25; $125/10.
16. DUBAY, Pierre, age 22; $100/3.
17. DIKES, Wilson, age 19; $65/5.
18. DILLON, Martin, age 29; $125/5.
19. DALY, Thomas, age 39; $60/5.
20. EDWARDS, Sherrod, age 50; $100/3.
21. FERRILL, John G., age 40; $40/5.
22. FORBES, John, age 30; $175/12.
23. GARRERO, Michael, age 36; $75/4.
24. GRIFFIN, Francis M., age 19; $125/10.
25. HAYES, James H., age 21; $75/10.
26. HUNT, William, age 45; $125/10.
27. HICKEY, William, age 45; $75/10.
28. HARRIS, Samuel B. S., age 30; $125/15.
29. JONES, John, age 23; $100/10.
30. JONES, Wadkins, age 20; $100/5.
31. KRELL, John, age 35; $80/5.
32. KIRKLIN, Elijah S., age 38; $80/8.
33. KENNEDY, Henry, age 30?; $90/5.
34. KIRBY, John, age 41; $100/5.
35. LAFAYETTE, John, age 41; $130/12.
36. McLEAN, Calvin L., age 37; $90/6.
37. MOORE, Daniel F., age (blank); $125/7.
38. PEARSON, Jeremiah B., age 44; $100/7.
39. SAPP, Stephen, age 19; $80/12.
40. STEWART, Barnett, age 42; $125/6.
41. THOMAS, Robert W., age 19; $75/5.
42. THOMAS, William, age 24; $150/15.
43. THOMAS, John F., age 18; $60/8.
44. WHIDDEN, John, age 27; $125/12.
45. WILLIAMS, Randall B., age 28; $200/20.
46. WHITEHURST, Mabury, age 21; $60/5.
47. WALLACE, John, age 43; $1320/10.
48. WARREN, James M., age 36; $130/12.
49. WEEDON, Fredrick, age 27; $100/3.
50. WILLIAMS, Irvin J., age 24; $175/12.










VOL. 5, pp 72-73, Cont'd

"PRIVATES, enlisted in the Company."

1. MASSEY, John J., age 23; $100/7-1/2.
2. MILLS, Samuel P., age 44; $00/00
3. WOOD, John, age 26; $100/10.
4. HIGH, Michael, age 35; $00/00/
5. SWAIN, Benjamin C., age 27; $125/5.
6. BELLEGARD, Adolph, age 36; $140/5.
7. MOODY, John F., age 29; $00/00.
8. GASKINS, Louis, age 27; $00/00.
9. MICKSON, John B., age 24; $00/00.
10. GAY, Theopholus N., age 24; $00/00.
11. KELLAM, Winfield W., age 24; $00/00.
12. JONES, DAvid, age 19; $00/00.
13. HENDERSON, Charles, age 221; $125/7.
14. CLARK, Alexander, age 26; $00/00.
15. SHEPHERD, Miley, age 45; $00/00.
16. DIXON, James M., age 26; $00/00.
17. THOMAS, James A., age 21; $00/00.

Certified a true muster roll, signed: Jas. F. P. Johnson, Capt.
Date: June 19th 1857
Station: Fort Brooke, Fla.


Certified a true muster roll, signed: Francis N. Page,
Asst. Adjutant Gen'l
Mustering Officer
Date: June 19th 1857
Station: Fort Brooke, Fla.


Assessed value of horses) and horse equipment of each man mustered certifi-
ed by:
N. Post
U. T. Mitchell
M. L. Shannahan

Appraisers
June 29th, 1857
Fort Brooke, Fla.










VOLUME 5, PP 74-75


"Descriptive Roll of Capt. James F. P. Johnston's Company of Florida Mounted
Volunteers mustered out of Service December 28, 1857."

NOTE: This hand-drawn muster roll consisted of 10 columns headed as follows:

(1) Rank, (2) Name, (3) Where Born, (4) State or Kingdom, (5) Feet/
(6)Inches, (7) Complexion, (8) Eyes, (9) Hair, (10) Occupation.

Capt. James F. P. JOHNSTON (no description).
1st Lieut. Abel MIRANDER (no description).
2nd Lieut. Aaron DANIELS (no description).

1st Sgt. Christopher C. RAWLS, Jackson Co., GA; 5'-5", fair-blue-light, clerk.
Sgt Alexander C. BECKHAM, Lancaster Dist., SC; 5'-11", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Sgt John E. McNAIR, No. Carolina, 5'-11", fair-grey-light, farmer.
Sgt Andrew J. SNYDER, Somerset, PA, 5'-11", fair-blue-light, farmer.

Corpl Alfred FUTCH, Bulloch Co. GA, 5'-7", fair-bue-light, farmer.
Corpl Thomas MIRANDER, St. Augustine, FL, 5'-8", dark-dark-dark, carpenter.
Corpl John YORK, Philadelphia, PA, 5'-6", light-brown-light, tailor.
Corpl Erasmus McCLELLAND (no description).

Bugler, Charles H. BRUSH, Palatka, FL, 5'-2", fair-blue-light, clerk.
Bugler, William W. KENNEDY, Gadsden, GA?, 5'-1", dark-dark-dark, farmer.
Farrier, William RAULERSON, Wayne Co. GA, 5'-4", fair-blue-light, farmer.

Pvt. ATKINSON, Montolin, Thomas Co. GA, 5'-8", dark-brown-dark, farmer.
Pvt. BARROW, Reuben T., Leon Co. FL, 5'-5" dark-brown-dark, mechanic.
Pvt. BRANEN, Milledge, Columbia Co. FL, 5'-6", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Corpl. BEASELY, Isaiah, Chatham Co. GA, 5'-6", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. BLUNT, Owen R., Beaufort Dist. SC, 5'-10", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. CAIN, Dempsey, Jamstown, VA, 5'-10", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. CRANE, Leonard S., "dead".
Pvt. COOK, James, H ., Montgomery Co. AL, 5'-2", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. COOK, Duncan C., Montgomery Co. AL, 5'-l", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. OOTHRAN, Edward, Effingham Co. GA, 5'-7", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. DAVIS, Benjamin, McIntosh Co. GA, 5'-7", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. DAVIS, Jackson, McIntosh Co. GA, 5'-7", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. DAVIS, Enoch, McIntosh Co. GA, 5'-9", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. DUDLEY, John L., Madison Co. GA, 5'-10", dark-dark-dark, farmer.
Pvt. DUBAY, Pierre, Nanse, France, 5'-7", fair-blue-light, tailor.
Pvt. DIKES, Wilson, Pike Co. AL, 5'-6", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. DILLON, Martin, Dublin, Ireland, 5'-9", dark-dark-dark, laborer.
Pvt. DALY, Thomas (no description).
Pvt. EDWARDS, Sherrod, Mongtamery Co. GA(?), 5'-10", fair-blue-brown, farmer.
Pvt. FERRILL, John G., Wilkes Co. GA, 5'-7", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. FORBES, John, Tyrone Co. Ireland, 5'-10", fair-brown-light, farmer.
Pvt. GARRERO, Michael, Minorca, 5'-6", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. GRIFFIN, Franics M., Irwin Co. GA, 5'-4", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. HAYES, James H., Montreal, Lower Canada, 5'-8", fair-blue-light, clerk.
Pvt. HUNT, William, Pendleton Dist. SC, 6'-0", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. HICKEY, William, Waterford Co. Ireland, 5'-7", fair-blue-light, tailor.










VOL. 5, PP 74-75, Cont'd

Pvt. HARRIS, Samuel B. S., Providence, RI, 5'-6", dark-brown-dark, painter.
Pvt. JONES, John, Laurence Co. GA, 5'-7", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. JONES, Wadkins, Irving Co. GA, 5'-6", dark-brown-dark, farmer.
Pvt. KRELL, John, Saxony, Germany, 5'-8", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. KENNEDY, Henry, Barnwell Dist. SC, 5'-11", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. KIRBY, John, Utica, NY, 5'-8", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. LAFAYETTE, John, Ghasteomy, Germany, 5'-7", dark-brown-dark, farmer.
Pvt. McLEAN, Colin L., Richmond Co. NC, 5'-8", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. MOORE, Daniel F., Laurence Dist. SC, 5'-11", fair-blue-light, fanmer.
Pvt. PEARSON, Jeremiah B. NOTE: This name lined out and the following name
inserted:
Pvt. MANSFIELD, George, Columbia, SC, 5'-11", fair-gray-brown, farmer.
Pvt. SAPP, Stephen, Hamilton Co. GA, 5'-7", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. STEWART, Barnett, Bulloch Co. GA, 5'-9", dark-brown-dark, farmer.
Pvt. THOMAS, Robert W., Wilkinson Co. GA, 5'-0", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. THOMAS, William, Union Dist. SC, 5'-8", fair-hazel-light, farmer.
Pvt. THOMAS, John F., Wilkinson Co. GA, 5'-4", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. WHIDDON, John, Hamilton Co. FL, 5'-4", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. WHITEHURST, Mabury (no description).
Pvt. WALLACE, John, Alleghany Co. Maryland, 5'-10", fair-blue-light, carpenter.
Pvt. WARREN, James M.. Washington Co. Ind., 5'-10", fair-blue-light, carpenter.
Pvt. WEEDON, Fredrick, Blount Co. AL, 5'-7", fair-blue-light, laborer.
Pvt. WILLIAMS, Irvin J., Henry Co. AL, 5'-7", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. MASSEY, John J ., York, SC, 5'-5", dark-brown-dark, farmer.
Pvt. WOOD, John, Irving Co. GA, 5'-9", dark-dark-dark, farmer.
Pvt. HIGH, Michael, Blount Co. NC, 5'-10", fair-brown-brown, farmer.
Pvt. SWAIN, Benjamin C., Washington Co. NC, 5'-3", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. BELLEGARD, Adolph, Oppel, Prussia, 5'-6", dark-brown-dark, laborer.
Pvt. MOODY, John F., Glynn Co. GA, 5'-6", dark-brown-dark, farmer.
Pvt. GASKINS, Louis, Williamsburg Dist, SC, 6'-2", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. MICKSON, John B., Barnwell Dist, SC, 5'-4", dark-brown-dark, farmer.
Pvt. GAY, Theophilus N., Dooly Co. GA, 6'-1", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. KELLAM, Winfield W., Laurence Co. GA, 6'-0", fair-blue-light, physician.
Pvt. JONES, David, Dooly Co. GA, 5'-6", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. HENDERSON, Charles, Bremen, Germany, 5'-8", fair-blue-brown, farmer.
Pvt. CLARK, Alexander A., Camden Co. GA, 5'-7", fair-brown-brown, farmer.
Pvt. SHEPHERD, Miley, Barnwell Dist, SC, 5'-3", dark-dark-dark, farmer.
Pvt. DIXON, James M., Alachua Co. FL, 5'-10", fair-blue-brown, farmer.
Pvt. THOMAS, James A., Fayette Co. GA, 5'-9", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. SULLIVAN, Francis D., Appling Co. GA, 5'-6", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. ALDERMAN, Michael, Thomas Co. GA, 5'-7", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. ENGLISH, Eli, Madison Co. FL, 5'-0", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. MINCHEW, James H., Limestone Co. AL, 5'-7", fair-blue-brown, farmer.
Pvt. REGISTER, George W., Laurence Co. GA, 5'-4", fair-blue-brown, farmer.
Pvt. ROUSE, George J., Barnwell Dist, SC, 6'-0", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. WILLIAMS, Alexander R., Henry Co. AL, 5'-5", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. DANIEL, James E., Tattnall Co. GA, 6'-0", fair-blue-brown, farmer.
Pvt. FRAZIER, John C., Darlington Dist SC, 6'-1", fair-blue-light, farmer.
Pvt. DANIEL, John M., Tattnall Co. GA, 5'-11", fair-blue-light, farmer.


NOTE: No certifications appeared on this descriptive roll.










VOLUME 5, PP 76-77

Muster Roll of Captain James F. P. Johnston's Independent Campany of Mounted
Florida Volunteers called into the service of the United States by Colonel
Gustavus Loanis, 5th Regiment, Infantry, under instructions from War Department
(A.G.O) November 4, 1856 (when enrolled) to serve the term of six months from
the date of enrollment, unless sooner discharged, from the 29th day of June
1857 to the 25th day of December 1857. The Cmapany was organized by Capt.
James F. P. Johnston at Fort Brooke, Florida in the month of June 1857.

1. James F. P. JOHNSTON, Captain, age 21.
1. Abel MIRANDER, 1st Lieut., age 33.
1. Aaron DANIELS, 2d Lieut. (age omitted).

1. Christopher C. RAWLS, 1st Sergt., age 28.
2. Alexander C. BECKHAM, Sergt., age 22.
3. John WOOD, Sergt., age 26.
4. Andrew J. SNYDER, Sergt., age 39.

1. Alfred FUTCH, Corporal, age 21.
2. Isiah BEASELY, Corporal, age 18.
3. Jackson DAVIS, Corporal, age 23.
4. Erastus McCLELLAND, Corporal, age 20.

1. Charles H. BRUSH, Bugler, age 17.
2. William W. KENNEDY, Bugler, age 17.

1. William RAULERSON, Farrier (age maitted)

PRIVATES

1. ATKINSON, Montolin, age 19. 25. FRAZER, John C., age 22.
2. ALDERMAN, Michael, age 20. 26. GARRERO, Michael, age 36.
3. BARROW, Reuben T., age 26. 27. GRIFFIN, Francis M., age 19.
4. BRANEN, Milledge, age 21. 28. GASKINS, Louis, age 27.
5. BLUNT, Owen R., age 26. 29. GAY, Theophilus N., age 24
6. BELLEGARDE, Adolph, age 36. 30. HAYES, James H., age 21.
7. CAIN, Dempsey, age 43. 31. HUNT, William, age 45.
8. COOK, James H ., age 20 32. HICKEY, William, age 45.
9. COOK, Duncan C., age 19. 33. HARRIS, Samuel B. S., age 30.
10. COTHRAN, Edward, age 34. 34. HIGH, Michael, age 35.
11. CLARK, Alexander A., age 26. 35. HENDERSON, Charles, age 22.
12. DIXON, James M., age 26. 36. JONES, John, age 23.
13. DANIEL, James E., age 24. 37. JONES, Wadkins, age 20.
14. DANIEL, John M., age 32. 38. JONES, David, age 19.
15. DAVIS, Benjamin, age 19. 39. KRELL, John, age 35.
16. DAVIS, Enoch, age 20. 40. KENNEDY, Henry, age 45.
17. DUDLY, John L., age 25. 41. KIRBY, John, age 41.
18. DUBAY, Pierre, age 22. 42. KELLAM, Winfield W., age 24.
19. DIKES, Wilson, age 19. 43. LAFAYETTE, John, age 41.
20. DILLON, Martin, age 29. 44. McLEAN, Colin L., age 37.
21. EDWARDS, Sherrod, age 50. 45. MOORE, Daniel F. (age emitted)
22. ENGLISH, Eli, age 25. 46. McNAIR, John E., age 25.
23. FERRILL, John G., age 40. 47. MIRANDER, Thcaas, age 26.
24. FORBES, John, age 30. 48. MASSY, John J., age 23.










VOL. 5, PP 76-77, Cont'd

49. MOODY, John F., age 29. 60. THOMAS, Robert W., age 19.
50. MICKSON, John B., age 24. 61. THOMAS, William, age 24.
51. MINCHEW, James H., age 23. 62. THOMAS, John F., age 18.
52. MANSFIELD, George, age 23. 63. THOMAS, James M., age 21.
53. REGISTER, George W., age 24. 64. WHIDDEN, John, age 27.
54. ROUSE, Jera. J., age 28. 65. WILLIAMS, Alexander R., age 19.
55. SAPP, Stephen, age 19. 66. WALACE, John, age 43.
56. STEWART, Barnett, age 42. 67. WARREN, James M., age 36.
57. SWAIN, Benjamin J., age 27. 68. WEEDON, Frederick, age 27.
58. SHEPHERD, Miley, age 45. 69. WILLIAMS, Irvin J., age 24.
59. SULLIVAN, Francis D., age 17. 70. YORK, John, age 23.

DESERTED:

1. PEARSON, Jeremiah B.,a ge 44, 8/1/1857 at Manatee, Fla.
2. WHITEHURST, Mabury, age 21, 7/25/1857 at Manatee, Fla.

DIED:

1. BROOKER, William J., age 44, at Fort Meade, FLa., Sept. 9, 1857.
2. DALY, Thomas, age 39, at Fort Meade, Fla., December 1857.
3. CRANE, Leonard J., age 34, at Fort Meade, Fla., Oct. 19, 1857.

DISCHARGED:

1. KIRKLIN, Elijah S., age 38, for disability, at Fort Brooke, Fla.
2. MILLS, Samuel, age 44, for disability, at Fort Brooke, Fla.
3. WILLIAMS, Randall B., age 28, for disability, at Fort Brooke, Fla.


Certified a true muster, signed by Jas. F. P. Johnston, Captain.

Company Reviewed and Mustered out of Service, 28th December 1857, at Fort
Brooke, Fla. Signed by: Lieut. W. F. Solomon, Mustering Officer.










VOLUME 5, PP 78-79


Descriptive Roll of Captain James F. P. Johnston's Independent Company of Flor-
ida Mounted Volunteers Mustered at Fort Brooke, February 2, 1858.

NOTE: This is a hand-drawn muster roll with columns as follows: (1) Rank,
(2) Names, (3) Where born (town/ country/state or kingdom), (4)
Height (feet/inches) (5) Ccmplexion, (6) Color Eyes, (7) Color Hair,
and (8) Occupation.

NOTE: Page 79 was not copied because it was a duplicate of Page 78.

Capt. James F. P. JOHNSTON, Lancaster, SC, 5'-11", fair-blue-black, farmer.
1st Lt. James WEEKS (no description).
2d Lt. Charles E. EVANS (no description).

1st Sgt. Thomas L. STEWMAN, Lancaster, SC, 5'-10", fair-gray-light, bookkpr.
Sgt. Rufus J. HINES (no description).
Sgt. William B. CENTER, Richland, SC, 5'-10", fair-blue-black, farmer.
Sgt. John L. DUDLEY, Madison, GA, 5'-10", dark-black-black, farmer.

Cpl. James H. MURCHIE, Limestone, AL, 5'-7", fair-gray-black, farmer.
Cpl. Levin J. ELLIS (no description).
Cpl. Thomas L. LOGAN, Belfast, Ireland, 5'-8", fair-gray-dark, mechanic.
Cpl. Francis W. ROSS (no description).

Bugler, James G. WALL, Chester, SC, 5'-8", fair-gray-dark, farmer.
Bugler, Boling G. WALL, Loundes, GA, 5'-6", fair-gray-light, farmer.
Farrier, William BRICK, Greenville, SC, 5'-6", sallow-black-black, staging.

PRIVATES

ADAMS, William, Salisbury, MD, 5'-6", fair-black, light, sailor.
BENDER, John, Frankford, Frankford,(sic) 5'-6", fair-gray-dark, wheelwright.
BELGRADE, Adolph, Oppel, Prussia, 5'-6", dark-brown-dark, laborer.
BROWN, William, Gwinett, GA, 6'-3", sallow-gray-light, farmer.
BELL, Noble W., Glenn, GA, 5'-6", sallow-dark-dark, farmer.
BUCKLEY, George M., Staford Springs, CT, 6'-0", fair-blue-dark, sailor.
BUTCHER, John, Newberry Port, MA, 5'-6", fair-blue-light, sailor.
BURBAGE, Samuel P., Charleston, SC, 5'-6", fair-blue-dark, farmer.
CURRY, James M., Monroe, FL, 5'-6", fair-blue-dark, sailor.
LEVIN, Patrick, Langford, Ireland, 5'-6", fair-blue-light, blacksmith.
LITTLETON, William A., Warren, GA, 6'-0", fair-blue-light, engineer.
MEADOWS, Micajah A., Henry, AL, 5'-7", fair-blue-light, farmer.
MOONEY, Alfred, New York, NY, 5'-7", fair-blue-black, farmer.
MEADOWS, John F., Henry, AL, 5'-6", sallow-black-black, farmer.
MARTIN, James H., Raleigh, NC, 5'-6", sallow-gray-dark, farmer.
MAYER, Christian, Kalten, W. Wertemburg, 5'-8", fair-blue-light, baker.
MALONE, John, Dublin, Ireland, 5'-0", fair-blue-ight, sailor.
McGLON, David, Marion, GA, 6'-1", sallow-dark-black, farmer.
NEWBURY, Hiram J., Appling, GA, 6'-0", fair-blue-dark, farmer.
PARKER, Henry L. (no description).
PHILLIPS, Hardy L., Stanford, NC, 5'-10", fair-blue-dark, farmer.
POPE, William W., Washington, GA, 5'-8", sallow-blue-dark, farmer.










VOL. 5, PP 78-79, PRIVATES, Cont'd

POPE, Simon D., Washington, GA, 5'-10", fair-blue-light, farmer.
SAX, George, Saxony, Germany, 5'-9", light-gray-light, farmer.
SHEPHARD, Henry, Newfield, ME, 5'-5", fair-blue-auburn, carpenter.
THOMAS, George W., Jefferson, GA, 5'-6", sallow-blue-light, farmer.
TURNER, James, Batanrouge, LA, 5'-7", air-blue-light, farmer.
WILLIAMS, Thomas, New York, NY, 5'-5", fair-blue-dark, sailor.
WALKER, John L., Levy, FL, 5'-0", fair-blue-light, farmer.
WHITE, Joseph, Thomas, GA, 5'-8", dark-gray-dark, farmer.
WOODS, Hiram, Scriven, GA, 5'-8", fair-gray-light, farmer.
WILLIAMSON, William W., Horry, SC, 6'-0", sallow-blue-fair, farmer.
WILLIAMS, Lewelling, Alachua, FL, 6'-0", fair-dark-dark, attorney-at-law.
WHITE, Robert F., Clarke, GA, 6'-1", fair-blue-light, farmer.
WILES, John, Quebec, N. Brunswick, 5'-6", fair-blue-dark, cook.
McLENNON, James H (no description).
SMITH, William, Camden, GA, 5'-8", fair-blue-red, farmer.


VOLUME 5, PP 80-81

Muster Roll of Captain James F. P. Johnston's Independent Campany of Mounted
Volunteers called into service of the United States by Col. Gustavus Loomis
5th Inf'try under instructions from War Department (A.G.O.), December 22d,
1857 from the 2d day of February 1858 for the term of Six Months, unless
sooner discharged. Enrolled and Mustered at Fort Brooke, Fla. NOTE: The
figures following names indicate the assessed value of horse(s)/horse equip-
ment belonging to each man mustered.

1. James F. P. JOHNSTON, Captain, age 22, $175/20.
1. James WEEKS, Ist Lieut., age 43, $130/22.
1. Charles E. EVANS, 2d Lieut., age 26, $150/20.

1. Thomas L. STEWMAN, Ist Sgt., age 24, $125/20.
2. Rufus J. HINDS, Sergt., age 32, $125/20.
3. William B. CENTER, Sergt., age 24, $175/20.
4. John L. DUDLEY, Sergt., age 25, $1235/20.

1. James H. MURCHIE, 1st Corpl., age 23, $140/15.
2. Levin J. ELLIS, Corpl., age 26, $125/15.
3. Thcmas L. LOGAN, Corpl., age 22, $130/20.
4. Francis W. ROSS, Corpl., age 23, $50/8.

1. James G. WALL, Bugler, age 20, $175/20.
2. Boling G. HALL (WALL?), Bugler, age 19, $60/5.
3. William BREOCK, Farrier, age 30, $175/20.

PRIVATES

1. ADAMS, William, age 21, $125/20.
2. BENDER, John, age 19, $50/5.
3. BELGRADE, Adolph, age 37, $65/5.
4. BROWN, William, age 28, $100/8.
5. BELL, Noble W., age 20, $125/8.










VOL. 5, PP 80-81, PRIVATES, Cont'd

6. BUCKLEY, George M., age 19, $150/25.
7. BUTCHER, John, age 20, $75/10.
8. BURBAIGE, Samuel P., age 22, $125/5.
9. CURRY, James M., age 19, $130/25.
10. CLARK, Elias B., age 21 (no valuation of Horse/Equip. shown).
11. COLLINS, Archibald M., age 36, $175/15.
12. DANIELS, Wiley R., age 22, $75/10.
13. DANIELS, John, age 21, $125/20.
14. DEFFEL, John, age 46 (no valuation of Horse/Equip. shown).
15. ESLAM? ESBAN?, Joseph, age 25, $45/5.
16. ELLIS, John D., age 24, $140/10.
17. FAGIN, Henry, age 43, $25/5
18. FLOOD, Patrick, age 21, $125/5.
19. GAY, Joel, age 20 (no valuation of Horse/Equip. shown).
20. GAY, William G., age 22, $140/20.
21. GRIMSBY, Oliver M., age 35 (no valuation of Horse/Equip. shown).
22. GAY, James L., age 28, $150/15.
23. GARRING, George, age 21 $140/15.
24. GORDON, James, age 31, $160/15.
25. HAYWOOD, John, age 25, (no valuation of Horse/Equip. shown).
26. HUNT, William, age 46, (no valuation of Horse/Equip. shown).
27. HERRING, John W., age 21 (no valuation of Horse/Equip. shown).
28. HAGUE, Gideon, age 40, $150/5.
29. HENDERSON, Charles, age 28, $100/10.
30. HENSON, Robert, age 24, $50/10.
31. HIGHSMITH, Solanon J., age 20, $50/8.
32. HAGUE, John R., age 19, $125/5.
33. HOWELL, John W., age 19, $100/20.
34. HAMILTON, Calvin, age 19, $75/15.
35. HAMILTON, Sherd, age 18, (no valuation of Horse/Equip. shown).
36. HENBERGER, John, age 26, $140/10.
37. JOHNSON, James A., age 26, $75/10.
38. KELLAM, Gideon E., age 21 (no valuation of Horse/Equip. shown).
39. KOLP,. Lewis, age 25, $125/15.
40. KELLAM, Winfield W., age 25, $125/10.
41. KEY, William, age 23, $150/20.
42. KEADLE, William H., age 22 (no valuation of Horse/Equip. shown).
43. LEAVITT, George S., age 32, $140/20.

NOTE: From this point on the age column is blurred; indistinct,
and difficult to read.

44. LOCKLEAR, John, age 23?, $140/15
45. LEVIN, Patrick, age 24, $100/10.
46. LITTLETON, William A., age 22, $75/10.
47. MEADOWS, Micajah A., age 20, $75/8.
48. MOONEY, Aflred, age ?, (no valuation of Horse/Equip. shown).
49. MEADOWS, John F., age ?, $130/10.
50. MARTIN, James H., age 24, $100/3.
51. McLENNON, James H ., age ?, $125/15.
52. MAYER, Christian, age ?, $125/5.
53. MALONE, John, age ?, $75/5.
54. McGLON, David, age 21, $30/10.










VOLUME 5, PP 86-87

Muster Roll of Captain John G. Johnson's Company of the 2nd Regiment, East Flo-
rida Mounted Volunteers, commanded by Col. W. Mills, ordered into the service
of the United States by Maj. Gen'l Thos. J. Jessup under the Act of Congress
approved May 23d 1836, for six months from the 16th day of June 1837 to the
18th day of December 1837. Company enrolled at Fort Palametto, Florida, and
marched sixty miles to place of rendezvous at Fort Filliland, Fla. Company
mustered in by Lieut. W. Wall, 3d Art'y.

1. John J. JOHNSON, Captain, 1 servant, Dick, and two horses.
2. David R. BRYAN, 1st Lieut., 1 servant, Joe, and two horses.
3. Denis C. DOUGHERTY, 2d Lieut., 1 servant, John, and two horses. One
horse died 10 Nov. 1837 on march frma Micanopy to Fort Gilliland.

1. Elmer HENLEY, 1st Sgt. 5. James H. STEPHENS, Corpl.
2. John ROBERTS, Sgt. 6. Robt. G. STEPHENS, Corpl.
3. Vincent MOORE, Sgt. 7. John REGISTER, Corpl.
4. William DOUGHERTY, Sgt. 8. W. W. JOHNSON, Corpl.

PRIVATES

1. ACKINS, W., G. 29. OGLESBY, Joseph
2. BENNETT, Felix 30. PETERSON, James
3. CLEMMONS, Jno. 31. PETERSON, Michael
4. OJWART, John 32. PETERSON, William
5. CARVER, James 33. PERMENTO, Boswell
6. OORNELIUS, Benj. 34. ROBERTS, Isham
7. CARTER, Isaac R. 35. ROBERTS, W. S.
.8. DOUGHERTY, James 36. ROBERTS, Sherod
9. EMANUEL, Amos 37. REGISTER, Sam'l, Jr.
10. EMANUEL, Asa 38. REGISTER, David
11. HOLLOWAY, Nicklebury 39. REGISTER, Sam'1, Sr.
12. HONEYWELL, Charles 40. REGISTER, William
13. HERRING, Levi 41. REGISTER, John, Jr.
14. KIRKLAND, James L. 42. RATCLIFF, Mark
15. LAMB, Hezekiah 43. STEPHENS, Henry C.
16. LEE, Lewis 44. STEPHENS, William
17. LEE, William 45. SHIRLEY, William
18. LASTINGER, Seaborn 46. SHIRLEY, Thomas
19. MOORE, John, Jr. 47. STARLING, Abraham
20. MOORE, Elias 48. SERMONS, James
21. MOORE, Jno. Senr. 49. TOMLINSON, Ws., Senr.
22. MOORE, Mathew 50. TOMLINSON, John
23. McLEAN, John 51. TOMLINSON, Levin
24. MIZELL, Noah 52. TOMLINSON, Wm., Junr.
25. MIZELL, James H 53. THCMAS, Isaiah
26. MATHEWS, Edm'd 54. WRIGHT, William
27. MATHEWS, Bunion 55. WRIGHT, Riley, horse died 11
28. OGLESBY, Lewis Dec. on march frma Missionary
Lake to Ft. Gilliland.

Certified a true muster by Capt. J. J. JOHNSON, 12/18/1837 at Ft. Gilliland.
Certified muster & service and Company discharged 12/18/1837 by S. Churchill
Major, Inspector & Mustering Officer.










VOLUME 5, PAGE 88


Muster Roll of Captain John J. Johnson's Mounted Cmapany of the 2d Regiment of
East Florida Volunteers, 2d Brigade of Florida Militia, Caumanded by Col. Wn.
J. Mills, ordered into service of the United States by requisition of Major
General Thomas J. Jessup to serve for Six Months unless sooner discharged. En-
rolled 16 June 1837 at Fort Gilliland, Fla. NOTE: The number of miles each
man travelled to reach rendzevous is shown in figures after each name.

1. John J. JOHNSON, Captain; two gray horses, 1 black servant, Dick; 100 mi.
2. David R. BRYAN, 1st Lt., 2 sorrel horses, 1 black servant, Joe; 100 mi.
3. Dennis C. DAUGHERTY, 2d Lt., 2 bay horses; 1 black servant, John, 100 mi.

1. Elmer HENLEY, 1st Sgt., 1 bay horse, 1 U.S. musket; 120 mi.
2. John ROBERTS, 2d Sgt., 1 bay horse, 1 U.S. musket; 120 mi.
3. Vinson MORE, 3d Sgt., 1 gray horse, 1 U.S. musket; 120 mi.
4. Wm. DAUGHERTY, 4th Sgt., 1 sorrel horse; 120 mi.
5. James H. STEPHENS, 1st Cpl., 1 roan horse, 100 mi.
6. Robert STEPHENS, 2d Cpl., 1 black horse, 100 mi.
7. John REGISTER, 3d Cpl., 1 bay horse, 120 mi.
8. Wm. W. JOHNSTON, 4th Cpl., 1 sorrel horse; 1 U.S. musket, 120 mi.

PRIVATES

1. AKINS, Wm. G., 1 sorrel horse, 1 U.S. musket, 110 mi.
2/ BENNETT, Phelix, 1 sorrel horse, 1 U.S. musket, 120 mi.
3. CLEMENTS, John, 1 bay horse; 120 mi.
4. COWART, John, 1 roan horse; 120 mi.
5. CARVER, James, 1 sorrel horse; 100 mi.
6. CORNELIUS, Benj., 1 sorrel horse, 1 U.S. musket; 120 mi.
7. CARTER, Isaac R., 1 bay horse, 1 U.S. musket; 125 mi.
8. DAUGHERTY, James, 1 sorrel horse; 125 mi.
9. EMANUEL, Amos, 1 sorrel horse, 1 U.S. musket; 100 mi.
10. EMANUEL, Asa, 1 roan horse; 100 mi.
11. HALLOWAY, Micklebury, 1 gray horse, 1 U.S. musket, 100 mi.
12. HONEYWELL, Charles, 1 sorrel horse; 100 mi.
13. HERRIN, Levi, 1 bay horse, 1 U.S. musket; 120 mi.
14. KIRKLAND, James L., 1 sorrel horse; 120 mi.
15. LAMB, Hezekiah, 1 sorrel horse; 130 mi.
16. LEE, Lewis, 1 bay horse, 1 U.S. musket; 150 mi.
17. LEE, Wm., 1 sorrel horse, 1 U.S. musket; 150 mi.
18. LASTINGER, Seaborn, 1 bay horse, 1 U.S. musket; 150 mi.
19. MORE, John, Senr., 1 sorrel horse; 150 mi.
20. MORE, Elias, 1 gray horse, 1 U.S. musket; 150 mi.
21. MORE, John, Jr., 1 bay horse; 100 mi.
22. MORE, Mathew, 1 roan horse; 120 mi.
23. McCLANE, John, 1 bay horse; 100 mi.
24. MIZELL, Noah, 1 sorrel horse; 100 mi.
25. MIZELL, James H., 1 sorrel horse, 1 U.S. musket; 100 mi.
26. MATHIS, Edmond, 1 bay horse, 1 U.S. musket; 100 mi.
27. MATHIS, Bunion, 1 bay horse, 1 U.S. musket; 100 mi.
28. OGLESBY, Lewis, 1 gray horse, 1 U.S. musket; 100 mi.
29. OGLESBY, Joseph, 1 gray horse; 100 mi.
30. PETERSON, James, 1 sorrel horse, 1 U.S. musket; 150 mi.










VOL. 5, PAGE 88, PRIVATES, Cont'd

31. PETERSON, Michael, 1 bay horse; 100 mi.
32. PETERSON, Wm., 1 sorrel horse; 100 mi.
33. PARMENTER, Boswell, 1 black horse, 1 U.S. musket; 100 mi.
34. ROBERTS, Isham, 1 bay horse; 100 mi.
35. ROBERTS, Wn. S., 1 bay horse; 150 mi.
36. ROBERTS, Sherwood, 1 bay horse, 1 U.S. musket; 100 mi.
37. REGISTER, Samuel, Senr., 1 gray horse; 120 mi.
38. REGISTER, David, 1 bay horse; 1 U.S. musket; 120 mi.
39. REGISTER, Sam'1, Jr., 1 bay horse; 100 mi.
40. REGISTER, Wa., 1 bay horse, 1 U.S. musket; 100 mi.
41. REGISTER, John,Jr., 1 bay horse; 120 mi.
42. RADCLIFF, Mark, 1 bay horse; 100 mi.
43. STEPHENS, Henry C., 1 bay horse, 1 U.S. musket; 100 mi.
44. STEPHENS, Wn., 1 black horse; 120 mi.
45. SHIRLEY, Wn., 1 bay horse; 100 mi.
46. SHIRLEY, Thos., 1 bay horse, 1 U.S. musket; 100 mi.
47. STARLING, Ab'ham, 1 sorrel horse; 120 mi.
48. SERMON, James, 1 gray horse; 100 mi.
49. TOMLINSON, William, Senr., 1 bay horse; 100 mi.
50. TOMLINSON, John, 1 bay horse; 100 mi.
51. TOMLINSON, Levi, 1 bay horse; 100 mi.
52. TOMLINSON, Wiliam, Jr., 1 gray horse; 150 mi.
53. THOMAS, Isaac, 1 bay horse, 1 U.S. musket; 150 mi.
54. WRIGHT, Wm., 1 roan horse; 150 mi.
55. WRIGHT, Riley, 1 sorrel horse; 100 mi.
56. YEATES, Wm., 1 gray horse; 100 mi.

Certified a true muster by John J. JOHNSON, Captain, Commanding Company.

Certified a true muster by Wn. WALL, U. M. 1st Arty., Mustering Officer
16 December 1837.


VOLUME 5, PP 89-90


Muster Roll of Captain Aaron Jernigan's Independent Company of Mounted Florida
Volunteers ordered into service of the United States by Bvt.-Col. John Munroe
under instructions from the Adjutant General's Office, Washington, D.C. January
7, 1856. Enrolled and joined for duty March 10, 1856 at Fort Gatlin, Florida.
NOTE: Value of horse(s)/horse equipment owned by each man is shown in fig-
ures following his name.

JERNIGAN, Aaron, Captain, age 43; $185/10.
MOODY, Enoch W., 1st Lieut., age 27; $200/8.
RUTLAND, Isaac A., 2d Lieut., age 30, $160/10.

1. THOMAS, David H., 1st Sergt., age 23; $160/5.
2. JERNIGAN, Aaron, Jr., Sergt., age 21; $175/15.
3. STEWART, James R., Sergt., age 27; $75/7.
4. PERKINS, John F., Sergt., age 30; $90/10.










VOL. 5, PP 89-90, Cont'd


1. JERNIGAN, Moses, Corpl., age 19; $120/15.
2. STEWMAN, Thomas S., Corpl.,age 22, $75/9.
3. PHARR, Edward, Corpl., age 26; $100/10.
4. JERNIGAN, Elias, Corpl., age 21; $90/6.

1. JERNIGAN, Lewis, Bugler, age 16; $60/5.
2. YATES, Needham, Bugler, age 17; $75/8.
1. HARRIS, Thomas H., Farrier, age 45; $100/9.

PRIVATES

NOTE: The age column on this muster roll was partly obliterated and
generally difficult to read.

1. BALLARD, Alvin W., age 23; $125/5.
2. BARBER, Francis C., age 28; $75/5.
3. BARBER John J., age 20; $75/8.
4. BARBER, Andrew J., age 18; $80/4.
5. BARNHART, Robert, age 32; $110/5.
6. BASS, Quinn, age 25; $60/8.
7. BENTON, John G., age 30; $70/5.
8. BLACK, George W., age 36; $130/10.
9. BIRD, Wiley, age 22; $40/3.
10. BOYETT, William E., age 23; $70/3.
11. BRYANT, Denpsey H., age 23; $135/5.
12. BULLOCK, Pinckney, age 25; $100/10.
-13. ORTHRAN, Edward, age 33; $60/5.
14. CURRY, Jackson, age 18; $40/10.
15. DELK, William S., age 40; $100/4.
16. DUPOSE, (DUBOSE?) Erastus D., age 25; $95/5.
17. DUPREE, Lucien D., age 21; $100/10.
18. FEWOX, Robert, age 35; $90/4.
19. FUSSILL, Berrian, age 20; $60/3.
20. GREEN, Leonidas H., age 21; $110/5.
21. GUNTER, Aaron, age 23; $125/7.
22. HODGES, Henry H., age 30; $110/10.
23. HALL, Daniel K., age 39; $65/5.
24. HALL, Andrew D., age 19; $115/6.
25. HARRIS, John M., age 18; $80/10.
26. HOOKER, Stephen J. S., age 18; $120/6.
27. HOOKER, William O., age 22; $110/10.
28. HUGHEY, George M., age 35; $125/10.
29. HUGHEY, James P., age 32; $60/5.
30. HUGHEY, John, age 44;; $75/4.
31. HALL, Newton J., age 20; $100/9.
32. HULL, Thomas T., age 43; $130/7.
33. JERKINS, John S., age 45; $75/5.
34. JERNIGAN, Eli P., age 19; $100/12.
35. KEELS, Isaac, age 27; $90/7.
36. KIRBY, Henry J., age 29; $110/10.
37. LEE, William R., age 21; $65/8.
38. MOODY, David R., age 25; $60/12.










VOL. 5, PP 89-90, PRIVATES, Cont'd

39. NEWTON, Daniel A., age 38; $110/8.
40. PATRICK, James J., age 18; $140/7.
41. PATRICK, John, age 42; $40/7.
42. PATRICK, John B., age 22; $90/3.
43. PATRICK, William A., age 19; $60/7.
44. PATRICK, Wright W., age 18; $100/10.
45. PHARR, James, age 22; $150/5.
46. PATRICK, John N., age ?; $100/5.
47. PRESCOTT, Eli, age ?; $125/8.
48. PRESCOTT, Jesse S., age 4?; $55/10.
49. PRESCOTT, John A., age 2?; $65/8.
50. PRESCOTT, Samuel S., age 18; $50/5.
51. PRESCOTT, Robert P., age 25; $60/10.
52. RAINEY, Etheldred, age 31; $100/12.
53. SIMMONS, William 0., age 3?;$125/11.
54. SELF, George W., age 3?; $100/8
55. SINCLAIR, Alexander, age 3?; $75/5.
56. SPEER, James G., age 3?; $100/9
57. STEWART, John S., age 4?; $150/5.
58. STEWART,Jonathan C., age 3?; $120/5.
59. STEWART, Matthew, age 3?; $110/5.
60. STEWART, Philcmen B., age 2?; $80/5.
61. STEWART, Samuel W., age 4?; $85/12.
62. SYLVESTER, William W., age 2?; $100/5.
63. TURNER, Abraham, age ?; $175/5.
64. TURNER, John W., age 2?; $100/15
65. TURNER, Joseph E., age 31; $130/10.
-66. TYLER, Henry R., age 23; $130/11.
67. TYLER, William M., age 37?; $150/15.
68. WINEGARD, Isaac, age 3?; $45/6.
69. WILSON, Simon, age 3?; $60/5.
70. WOODRUFF, William W., age ?; $160/5.
71. WRIGHT, William H., age 30; $70/9.
72. YATES, James, age 3?; $120/7.
73. YATES, William B., age 3?; $75/5.
74. YATES, Henry, age 3?; $120/7.

Certified a true muster at Fort Gatlin, Fla., March 10th, 1856 and signed by
Aaron JERNIGAN, Captain, Canmanding Company.

Certified a true must at Fort Gatlin, Fla., March 10th, 1856 and signed byu
A. A. GIBSON, Captain, 2d Art'y, Mustering Officer.











VOLUME 5, PP 91-92


Muster Roll of Captain Alex'd Jernigan's Ccmpany of the 1st Regiment, Brigade
of Florida Militia, commanded by Col. W. J. Bayley, ordered into service of the
United States by Brig.-Gen'l W. K. Armstead from the 16th Day of November 1840
to the 16th Day of February 1841, for a period of Three Months. The Company
was enrolled and mustered by Major S. Churchill, 3d Art'y, at Fort Ocilla,
Middle Florida. Miles travelled by Company: None.

1. Alex'd JERNIGAN, Captain.
2. John CARNEY, 1st Lieutenant.
3. David GRANTHAM, 2nd Lieutenant.

1. Pat'k HOGAN, 1st Sergt.
2. William RATH, Sergt.
3. James RAMSEY, Sergt.
4. James DEWIT, Sergt.

1. George RICHEY, Corp'l
2. Alex'd J. HUNTER, Corp'l
3 Nelson ROBERTS, Corp'l
4. James MARTIN, Corp'l

1. James Y. PHILLIPS, Bugler
2. John PHILLIPS, Bugler

PRIVATES

1. AHERN, David 26. HALL, Burrell
2. ALTMAN, Thomas 27. HARRINGTON, John
3. BAGGS, James 28. HEITZE, George
4. BAGGS, William 29. HEAVIS, Jessy P.
5. BAGGS, John 30. HOGAN, Pat'k
6. BRADFORD, George 31. HOLOMAN, Andrew
7. BRASILFORD, Thomas 32. JERVIS, Hillery
8. BROWN, Pat'k 33. KIRKLAND, James L.
9. CARROL, William 34. LAWRENCE, George
10. CASWELL, Matthew M. 35. LEWIS, Asia
11. CHANCY, Jacob 36. LINGERMAN, Conrick
12. CURRY, John 37. LYNCH, James
13. DILLON, Joseph 38. MARKS, Joseph
14. DONE, Anthony 39. MOSHER, Latin
15. ETICHISON, Stephen 40. MORFITT, Alex'd
16. GAMBLE, Thomas 41. MYRICK, John
17. GORMAN, John 42. McDONOUGH, Bernard
18. GRANGER, John 43. McMICHAELS, John
19. GRANTHAM, James 44. McPHERSONS, James
20. GRANTHAM, Joel 45. McVEY, Hugh
21. GRANTHAM, John 46. PHILLIPS, Andrew
22. GRANTHAM, Henry 47. POPELL, Ward
23. GRANTHAM, Elias 48. POPELL, Pharoah
24. GRANTHAM, Bethel 49. POWELL, iW. G.
25. GRISWAL, Alex'd 50. RYAN, John











VOL. 5, PP 91-92, PRIVATES, Cont'd

51. SAPP, Jackson 58 SMITH, Lovit
52. SHIDDAN?, James 59. ULMER, Joseph E.
53. SHELIN, George 60. WELSH, Pat'k
54. SINGLETON, John 61. WILLIAMS, James
55. SMITH, William 62. WALKER, James
56. STRICKLAND, John 63. WOOD, John
57. STRICKLAND, W. J.

Certified a true muster /s/ Alex'd JERNIGAN, Captain.
Date: November 16, 1840.
Station: Fort Oscilla, Mid. Fla.

Certified a true muster /s/ S. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3d Art'y
Inspector and Mustering Officer



VOLUME 5, PP 93-94

Muster Roll of Captain Alex'd Jernigan's Company of the 1st Regiment, Brigade
of the Florida Regiment Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. W. J. BAILEY, order-
ed into service of the United States by the Secretary of War fran the 16th Day
of February 1841 to the 16th Day of May 1841. Company enrolled and mustered
for Three Months by Maj. S. Churchilll, 3d Art'y, at Fort Oscilla, Middle Fla.
Miles travelled by Company: None.

1. Alex'r JERNIGAN, Captain
2. Daniel GRANTHAM, 1st Lieutenant
3. Lemuel KIRKLAND, 2d Lieutenant

1. James DEWIT, 1st Sergt.
2. William McLENNON, Sergt.
3. Ballard ADAMS, Sergt.
4. William RATH, Sergt.

1. William DEWIT, Corp'l
2. Pat'k HOGAN, Corp'l
3. George ANNIER, Corp'l
4. Armistead HEWIT, Corp'l

1. James Y. PHILLIPS, Bugler
2. John H. PHILLIPS, Bugler

PRIVATES

1. ALTMAN, Thomas 8. CHANCEY, Jacob
2. BAGGS, William 9. CARNEY, John
3. BRAILSFORD, Thomas 10. DELLON, Josephj
4. BATTON, Isam 11. DONE, Anthony
5. BROWN, Pat'k 12. DUNN, Michael
6. CARROLL, William 13. DUNN, Jeptha
7. CASWELL, Matthew M. 14. DURDEN, John










VOL. 5, PP 93-94, PRIVATES, Cont'd

15. ETCHISON, Stephen 39. MOSHER, Latin
16. GRANTHAM, John, Sr. 40. MORPHET, Alex'r
17. GRANTHAM, Bethel 41. MYRICK, John
18. GRANTHAM, Hugh 42. McDONOUGH, Bernard
19. GRANTHAM, Henry 43. McMICHAELS, John
20. GRISWAL, Alex'd 44. McPHERSONS, James
21. GREY, Jeremiah 45. McVEY, Hugh
22. GREY, Simeon 46. POPEL, Ward
23. GAMBLE, Thomas 47. POPEL, Pharoh
24. HOGAN, Pat'k 48. POWEL, W. G.
25. HALL, Burrell 49. RYAN, John
26. HOLQMAN, Andrew 50. SAPP, Jackson
27. HEITZE, George 51. SNIDEN, James
28. JOHNSON, Vincent 52. SHELAN, George
29. LINGERMAN, Conrick 53. SINGLETON, John
30. This number anitted. 54. SMITH, William
31. HOLOMAN, Andrew* 55. STRICKLAND, John
32. JERVIS, Hillery** 56. STRICKLAND, Vincent J.
33. KIRKLAND, Jas. E. 57. SMITH, Lovit
34. LAWRENCE, George 58. ULMAN, Joseph E.
35. LEWIS, Asia 59. WALSH, Pat'k
36. LINGERMAN, Conrick* 60. WILLIAMS, James
37. LYNCH, James 61. WALKER, James
38. MARKS, Joseph 62. WOODS, John

*Evidently duplicate entries. **On leave since February 12th.

...DEAD: George RICHEY, Corporal, died of sickness at Fort Oscilla on
November 30th.

Certified a true muster on February 16, 1841 /s/ Alex'd JERNIGAN,
Commanding Company.

Certified a true muster /s/ S. CHURCHILL, Maj., 3d Art'y, Inspector
and Mustering Officer.




VOLUME 5, PP 95-96


Muster Roll of Captain Alex'd Jernigan's Company of the 1st Regiment, Brigade
of the 1st Florida Regiment, Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. W. J. Bailey,
ordered into service of the United States by the Secretary of War, from the
16th Day of February 1841 to the 16th Day of May 1841. Enrolled and mustered
by Maj. S. Churchill, 3d Art'y, at Fort Oscilla, Middle Florida.

1. Alex'r JERNIGAN, Captain 1. James DEWIT, 1st Sergt.
2. Daniel GRANTHAM, 1st Lieut. 2. William McLENNON, Sergt.
3. Lenuel KIRKLAND, 2d Lieut. 3. Ballard ADAMS, Sergt.
4. William RATH, Sergt










VOL. 5, PP 95-96, Cont'd

1. William DEWIT, Corp'l 1. James Y. PHILLIPS, Bugler
2. Pat'k HOGAN, Corp'l 2. John H. PHILLIPS, Bugler
3. George ANNIER, Corp'l
4. Armistead HEWIT, Corp'l

PRIVATES

1. ALTMAN, Thomas 38. NORMAN, William
2. BAGGS, William 39. PHILLIPS, Andrew
3. BRAILSFORD, Thomas 40. PRIESTER, John A.
4. BATTON, Isam 41. PATTERSON, John
5. BROWN, Pat'k 42. POPEL, Ward
6. CARROLL, William 43. POPEL, Pharoah
7. CASWELL, Matthew W. 44. RAMSEY, James
8. CHANCEY, Jacob 45. RYAN, John
9. CARNEY, John 46. ROLLINS, Samuel
10. DELLON (DELLOW?), Joseph 47. ROWELL, James
11. DONE, Anthony 48. ROBERTS, Nelson
12. DUNN, Michael 49. SHERIDAN, James
13. DUNN, Jeptha 50. SPOONER, John
14. DURDEN, John 51. STRICKLAND, John
15. ETCHISON, Stephen 52. STRICKLAND, Vincent
16. GRANTHAM, John, Sr. 53. SHELIN, George
17. GRANTHAM, Bethel 54. SINGLETARY, Leonard
18. GRANTHAM, Hugh 55. SAPP, Jackson
19. GRANTHAM, Henry 56. STEPHENS, Thomas
20. GRISWAL, Alex'd 57. THCMPSON, James A.
-21. GREY, Jeremiah 58. TINSLEY, Lee
22. GREY, Simeon 59. WALSH, Pat'k
23. GAMBLE, Thomas 60. WILLIAMS,James
24. HOGAN, Pat'k 61. WOODS, John
25. HALL, Burrell 62. WALKER, Richard
26. HOLOMAN, Andrew 63. WOODS, Wiley W.
27. HEITZE, George
28. JOHNSON, Vincent Certified a true muster 16 Feb'y
29. LINGERMAN, Conrick 1841 at Ft. Oscilla, Middle Florida
30. LYNCH, James /s/ Alex'd JERNIGAN, Captain
31. LEWIS, Asa
32. LAWRENCE, George Certified a true muster, same date and
33. MARTIN, James place. /s/ S. CHURCHILL, Major.
34. MOSHER, Latin
35. McDONOUGH, Bernard
36. McPHERSONS, James
37. McVEY, Hugh










VOLUME 5, PP 97-98


Muster Roll of Captain Alex'd Jernigan's Company of the 1st Regiment, Brigade
of Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Colo. W. J. Bailey, ordered into
service of the United States by the Secretary of War fran the 16th Day of April
1841 to the 16th Day of April 1941. Mustered and discharged by Major S.
Churchill, 3d Art'y, at Camp Oscilla, Middle Florida.

1. Alex'd JERNIGAN, Captain; has kept in service a private servant and two
horses.
2. Daniel GRANTHAM, 1st Lieut.; has kept in service a private servant and
two horses.
3. Leonard STRICKLAND, 2d Lieut.; has kept in service a private servant and
two horses.

1. James DEWIT, 1st Sergt. 1. William DEWIT, Corp'l
2. William McLENNON, Sergt. 2. Pat'k HOGAN, Corp'l
3. Ballard ADAMS, Sergt. 3. George ANNIER, Corp'l
4. William RATH, Sergt. 4. Andrew HEWIT, Corp'

1. James T. PHILLIPS, Bugler 2. John H. PHILLIPS, Bugler

PRIVATES

1. ALIMAN, Thomas 30. LYNCH, John
2. BAGGS, William 31. LEWIS, Asa
3. BRAILSFORD, Thos. 32. LAWRENCE, George
4. torn, not readable 33. MARTIN, James
5. BROWN, Pat'k 34. MOSHER, Latin
6. CARROLL, William 35. McDONOUGH, Bernard
7. CASWELL, Matthew M. 36. McPHERSONS, James
8. CHANCEY, Jacob 37. McVEY, Hugh
9. CARNEY, John 38. NORMAN, William
10. DELLOW, Joseph* 39. PHILLIPS, Andrew
11. DONE, Anthony 40. PRIESTER, John A.
12. DUNN, Michael 41. PATTERSON, John
13. DUNN, Jeptha 42. POPEL, Ward
14. DURDEN, John 43. POPEL, Pharoah
15. ETCHISON, Stephen 44. RAMSAY, James
16. GRANTHAM, John, Sr. 45. RYAN, John
17. GRANTHAM, Bethel 46. ROLLINS, Samuel
18. GRANTHAM, Hugh 47. ROWELL, James
19. GRANTHAM, Henry 48. ROBERTS, Nelson
20. GRISWAL, Alex'd 49. SHERIDAN, James
21. GREY, Jeremiah 50. SPOONER, John
22. GREY, Simeon 51. STRICKLAND, John
23. GAMBLE, Thcmas 52. STRICKLAND, Vincent
24. HOGAN, Pat'l 53. SHELIN, George
25. HALL, Burrell 54. SINGLETARY, Leonard
26. HOLOMAN, Andrew 55. SAPP, Jackson
27. HEITZE, George 56. THOMPSON, James A.
28. JOHNSON, Vincent 57. SMITH, Lovit
29. LINGERMAN, Conrick 58. WALSH, Pat'k










VOL. 5, PP 97-98, PRIVATES, Cont'd

59. TINSLEY, Lee 62. WALKER, Rich'd
60. WILLIAMS, James 63. WOODS, Wiley W.
61. WOODS, John

*Absent with leave of Captain from April 15th.

DIED: SHEPHERD, Thamas, Private (no date of death shown).

Certified a true muster, 16 April 1841 at Camp Ocilla, Middle Florida.
/s/ Alex'd JERNIGAN, Captain.

Certified a true muster and company discharged 16 April 1841 at Camp
Oscilla /s/ S. CHURCHILL, Major, 3d Art'y, Inspector & Mustering Officer


VOLUME 5, PP 99-100

Muster Roll of Captain Alexander Jernigan's Company of the 1st Regiment, Brig-
ade of Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. W. J. Bailey, ordered into
service of the United States by Brig-Gen'1 W. K. Armstead from the 3d Day of
August 1840 to the 14th Day of November 1840 for a term of three months when
discharged at Fort Oscilla, Middle Florida, by Major S. Churchill, Inspector
and Mustering Officer. [Fran the place of discharge the distance home for
each man: 20 miles.]

Alex'd JERNIGAN, Captain Charles A. JOHNSON,lst Sergt.
John CARNEY, Ist Lieut. William RATH, Sergt.
Elias SEALY, 2d Lieut. George W. BRYANT, Sergt.
George RICHEY, Sergt.

Jesse P. HEAVIS, Corpl. In the signature column, extreme right, he was
listed as Isaac P. HEAVIS.
James W. DEWIT, Corpl.
Stephen VICKERS, Corpl.
John WILFORD, Corpl.
James Y. PHILLIPS, Bugler

PRIVATES

1. AHERN, David 13. CLERK, John
2. BAKER, Hamilton 14. DILLON, Joseph
3. BENTLEY, Samuel 15. DAVIS, William F.
4. BRADFORD, George 16. ETCHISON, Stephen
5. BACON, Henry W. 17. EUBANKS, Benjamin
6 BROWN, Pat'k 18. FEGUEY, John
7. CASTELLO, John 19. GRANTHAM, Abraham
8. CARROLL, William 20. GRANTHAM, Jessey
9. CASWELL, Matthew M. 21. GRANTHAM, John, Sr.
10. CHAPMAN, Jessey 22. GRANTHAM, John, Jr.
11. CASSIDY, John, absent 23. GRANTHAM, Bethel
w/o leave frcm 24. GRANTHAM, Joel
Oct. 10th. 25. GRANTHAM, Daniel, Sr.
12. CARR, Solanon 26. GRANTHAM, Daniel, Jr.










VOL. 5, PP 99-100, PRIVATES, Cont'd

27. GRANTHAM, Elias 47. MARKS, Joseph
28. GRANTHAM, Lewis 48. MOTT, Jacob
29. GRANTHAM, James 49. MOSHER, Latin
30. GRANTHAM, Henry 50. McMICHAELS, John
31. GRANGER, John 51. McDONOUGH, Bernard
32. GRANGER, Irwin 52. McPHERSONS, James
33. GASKILL, Edward 53. McVEY, Hugh
34. GAMBLE, Thcmas 54. PHILLIPS, John
35. HOLOMAN, Edward 55. PARKER?, George (page torn)
36. HOGAN, Patrick 56. SKIPPER, Moses
37. HEIGHTS, George 57. SEALEY, Everett
38. HOLDER, Daniel 58. SHEPHERD, Francis
39. HIGH, Michael 59. SINGLETON, John
40. HUNTER, Nathan J. 60. VARNIER, Daniel
41. JONES, Thomas 61. WALKER, Wiley
42. KRUP, Silas 62. WALKER, Richard
43. LINGERMAN, Conrick 63. WALKER, Green
44. LEWIS, Asia 64. WALKER, William
45. LYNCH, James 65. WOODS, John
46. MARFIT, Alex'd 66. WOLFORD, Abraham

DEAD: ACKLEY, John, Private, died at Wasicca, April 18th.
SMITH, George, Private, died at Ft. Oscilla, Sept. 28th.

Certified a true muster 14 November 1841 at Fort Oscilla, Mid. Fla.
/s/ Alex'd JERNIGAN, Captain.

Certified a true muster (same date & place), /s/ S. CHURCHILL, Major
3d Art'y.



VOLUME 5, PP 101-102


Muster Roll of Captain Alex'r Jernigan's Company of the 1st Regiment, Mounted
Militia, cmnanded by Col. Wn. J. Bailey, ordered into service of the United
States by Brig. Gen'l W. K. Armistead for a period of three months fram the 3rd
Day of August 1840 to the 3rd Day of November 1840, when mustered out by Maj.
S. Churchill, 3d Art'y, at Camp R. Gamble, Middle Florida.

1. Alex'r JERNIGAN, Captain 1. Charles N. JOHNSON, 1st Sergt.
2. John CARNEY, 1st Lieut.l 2. William RATH, Sergt.
3. Elias SEALY, 2d Lieut. 3. George W. BRYANT, Sergt.
4. George RICHEY, Sergt.

1. Jesse P. HEAVIS, Corpl. 3. Stephen VICKERS, Corpl.
2. James W. DEWITT, Corpl. 4. John WILFORD, Corpl.

1. James Y. PHILLIPS, Bugler










VOL. 5, PP 101-102, Cont'd

PRIVATES

1. AHERN, David
2. ACKLEY, John, died at Wasissa, 3
37. HOGAN, Patrick
BApril 1th 38. HEIGHTS, George
3. BAKER, Hamilton 39. HOLDER, Daniel
4. BENTLEY, Samuel
5. RADFORD, George 40. HIGH, Michael
5. BRADFORD, George
AN Henr W 41. HUNTER, Nathan P.
BAON, Pa c42. JONES, Thomas, sick at
7. BROWN, Patrick Ft. ahm
8. CASTELLO, John
43. KRUPP, Silas
9. CARROLL, William 43. KRUPP, Silas
44. LINGERMAN, Conrick
10. CASWELL, Matthew W.
45. LOUIS, Asia
11. CHAPMAN, Jesse46. LYNCH< James
46. LYNCH< James
12. CASSIDY, John 47. MORFIT, Alexander
13. CARR, Solomon
14. CARK, Johln 48. MARKS, Joseph
14. CLARK, John 49. MOTT, Jacob
15. DELLON, Joseph 50. M ER, Latin
16. DAVIS, William T. 5 ER atin
17. ECH n 51. McMICHAELS, sick at
17. ETCHISON, Stephen Ft Graham
18. EUBANKS, StephenFt. Graham
SE S, St n 52. McDONOUGH, Bernard
19. FUUEY, John 53. McPHERSON, James
20. GRANTHAM, Abram. 54. McVEY, Hugh
21. GRANTHAM, Jesse 55. PHILLIPS, John
22. GRANTHAM, John, Senr. 56. S George
23. GRANTHAM, John, Jr. 57. SKIPPER Moses D.
24. GRATHAM, Bethel 58. SEALY, Everett, sick at
25. GRANTHAM, Joel Ft Graham
26. GRANTHAM, Daniel, Senr.. HEPHER ranci
27. GRANTHAM, Daniel, Jr. Fn
28. GRANTHAM, Dnias 60. SINGLETON, John
28. GRANTHAM, Elias
29. GRANTHAM, Lewis 61. SMITH, George
62. VARNIER, Daniel
30. GRANTHAM, James 63. WALKER, Wiley
31. GRANAM, Henry, sick at 6. WALKER, ichard
Ft. Graham 65. WALKER, Green
32. GRANGER, John 65 WALKER Green
66. GALKER, William
33. GRANGER, Irwin 66. W ER, llam
67. WOODS, John
34. GASKILL, Edward 67. W 'ORD, Abr
35. GAMBLE, Thomas
36. Holman, Andred, sick at
Ft. Graham





Certified a true muster 3 August 1840 at Camp R. Gamble, Mid. Fla.
/s/ Alex'r JERNIGAN, Captain, Canmanding Company.

Certified a true muster (same date & place) /s/ S. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3d Art'y
Inspector & Mustering Officer.









VOLUME 5, PP 103-104


Muster Roll of Captain Caria(?) Journagan's Company of the 2nd Regiment, 1st
Brigade of the Florida Militia Commanded by Gen'l Read ordered into service of
the United States by Governor R. K. Call from the 20th Day of June to the 20th
Day of October 1836 for a term of 4 months. Enrolled at Pensacola, Florida by
Charles Mapes, Inspector and Mustering Officer. [Figures following names refer
to the number of miles travelled by each man to the place of rendezvous.]
NOTE: Writing very faint and difficult to read.

C. JOURNAGAN, Captain, 30 mi.
P. H. M. TIPPINS, 1st Lieut., 30 mi.
Mathew SEGUIS, supernummary, 45 mi., doing duty as private.
Henry SHEPHERD, supernunmary, 30 mi., doing duty as private.
John BATCHELDER, 1st Sergt., 30 mi.
Wn. BRYANT, 2d Sergt., 30 mi.
Wyatt FRANKLIN, 3d Sergt., 20 mi.
Choric? BAGGOTT, 4th Sergt., 30 mi.
Matecomb McCASKILL, 1st Corp'l; 30 mi.
Jno. BROWN, 2d Corp'l; 30 mi.
Wn. COLE, 3d Corp'l; 30 mi.
Benj'm DOUGLASS, 4th Corp'l; 30 mi.

PRIVATES

ARD, Greenbury, 30 mi. HARMAN, Henry, 30 mi.
ARD, Washington, 20 mi. HOBBS, David Y., 30 mi.
ABBER, Jn. T. C., 20 mi. NEWING?, David, 30 mi.
BRADLEY, James, 20 mi. JOHNSON, James, 30 mi.
BARROW, Daniel, 20 mi. JOHNS, William, 30 mi.
BARROW, Green, 20 Mi. JUSTICE, John, 3o mi.
BRYAN, ? 30 mi. KIDD, Alex'r, 30 mi.
BUSHBY, BUSHLEY?, Jno. 20 mi. MILEN, John, 30 mi.
BOGGS, Ezekiel, 20 mi. McMILLEN, James, 30 mi.
CURRAN?, Henry MAINE, Francis, 30 mi.
CODOSKI, Lewis, 20 mi. MILAMS?, Valentine, 30 mi.
COOPER, Cassen E., 20 mi. RYAN, Thanas, 30 mi.
CHAPMAN, William, 20 mi. SIMPSON, Jas. E., 30 mi.
CONSFORD, John, none STEVENS, Isaac, 30 mi.
CARROLL, Patrick, 30 mi. THOMPSON, John, 30 mi.
COX, David, 30 mi. WILLIAMS, Winfield, none.
CATES, John, 30 mi. WILLIAMS, Richard, none.
COBB, Anderson, 30 mi. YOUNGTAL, Levin, sick in qtrs.
ODSLEY, Jeremiah, 30 mi. SMITH, John, sick in qtrs.
DICKERSON, Hugh, 30 mi. WOOSTER, A., sick in quarters.
GRAHAMS, Robert, 30 mi. PORTER, Wm. T., sick in qtrs.
GOLCHER, James, 30 mi. HAMILTON, James, none


Certified a true muster, 17 July 1836; Station: Tallahassee, Fla. /s/
C. JOURNAGAN, Captain, Ccamanding Company. Certified a true muster /s/
Charles MAPES, Inspector and Mustering Officer

END OF VOLUME 5










VOL. 5, PP 80-81, PRIVATES, Cont'd

55. NEWBURY, Hiram J., age 26, $50/10.
56. PARKER, Henry L., age 25, $150/10.
57. PHILLIPS, Hardy L., age 30, $140/20.
58. POPE, William W., age 27, $100/10.
59. POPE, Simon D., age 23 (no valuation of Horse/Horse Equip. shown).
60. ROSSETER, George, age 32 (no valuation of Horse/Horse Equip. shown).
61. SAX, George, age 28, $125/15.
62. SMITH, William, age ?, (no valuation of Horse/Horse Equip. shown).
63. SHEPHERD, Henry W., age ?, $75/15.
64. TENTON, Patrick H., age ? (no valuation of Horse/Horse Equip. shown).
65. THOMAS, George W., age ?, $80/10.
66. TURNER, James, age ?, $90/10.
67. WILLIAMS, Thomas, age?, $125/15.
68. WALKER, John L., age ?, (no valuation of Horse/Horse Equip. shown).
69. WHITE, Joseph, age ? (no valuation of Horse/Horse Equip. shown).
70. WOODS, Hiram, age ? (no valuation of Horse/Horse Equip. shown).
71. WILLIAMSON, William W., age ?, $100/10.
72. WILLIAMS, Lowelling, age ?, $150/20.
73. WHITE, Robert F., age?, $75/3.
74. WILES, John, age?, $75/5.

A "true" dollar value of horse and horse equipment belonging to the men
enrolled in the Company was certified on February 2, 1858 at Fort Brooke by
Appraisers: H. S. MITCHELL, N. POST, and L. B. OSTEEN.

Mustering Officer /s/ Francis N. PAGE, Asst. Adj't General.


VOLUME 5, PP 82-83

Muster Roll of Captain James F. P. Johnston's Company Mustered into service
February 2, 1858.

1. James F. P. JOHNSTON, Captain.
2. James WEEKS, 1st Lieutenant
3. Charles E. EVANS, 2nd Lieutenant.
4. Thomas L. STEWMAN, 1st Sergt., age 24.
5. Rufus J. HINDS, 2d Sergt., age 32.
6. William B. CENTER, 3d Sergt., age 24.
7. John L. DUDLEY, 4th Sergt., age 25.
.8. John HAYWOOD, Private, age 25.
9. James WALL, Bugler, age 20.
10. Boling G.HALL, Bugler, age 19.
11. James H. MURCHIE, 1st Corpl., age 23.
12. Levin J. ELLIS, 2d Corpl., age 26.
13. William HUNT, 3d Corpl., age 46.
14. Francis W. ROSS, 4th Corpl., age 20.
15. Hiram J. NEWBURY, Private, age 26.
16. George S. LEAVITT, Private, age 32.
17. Patrick H. TENTON, age 30.
18. William BROCK, Farrier, age 30.
19. Joel GAY, Private, age 20.










VOL. 5, PP 82-83, Cont'd

20. David McGLON, Private, age 21.
21. George W. THOMAS, Private, age 19.
22. Henry L. PARKER, Private, age 25.
23. Gideon E. KELLAM, Private, age 21.
24. James M. CURRY, Private, age 19.
25. Thamas L. LOGAN, 3d Corpl., age 22.
26. William B. GAY, Private, age 22.
27. Elias B. CLARK, Private, age 21.
28. George ROSSETTER, Private, age 32.
29. John F. MEADOWS, Private, age 20.
30. ALfred MDONEY, Private, age 35.
31. Micajah A. MEADOWS, Private, age 20.
32. Wiley R. DANIELS, Private, age 22.
33. Thomas WILLIAMS, Private, age 34.
34. Henry FAGIN, Private, age 43.
35. Oliver M. GRIMSLEY, Private, age 35.
36. Hiram WOODS, Private, age 22.
37. John BENDER, Private, age 19.
38. James H. MARTIN, Private, age 24.
39. James H McLENNON, Private, age 22.
40. Lewis KOLP, Private, age 25.
41. William ADAMS, Private, age 21.
42. James L. GAY, Private, age 28.
43. John W. HERRING, Private, age 21.
44. Gideon HAGUE, Private, age 40.
45. Charles HENDERSON, Private, age 28.
46. Robert HENSON, Private, age 24.
47. John L. WALKER, Private, age 22.
48. Winfield W. KELLAM, Private, age 25.
49. Joseph WRITE, Private, age 31.
50. James TURNER, Private, age 26.
51. Adolph BELGRADE, Private, age 37.
52. George SAX, Private, age 28.
53. William KEY, Private, age 23.
54. William BROWN, Private, age 20.
55. John DANIELS, Private, age 24.
56. Noble W. BELL, Private, age 20.
57. Joseph ERBAN (ESBAN?), Private, age 25.
58. Hardy L. PHILLIPS, Private, age 30.
59. George M. BUCKLEY, Private, age 19.
60. William W. WILLIAMSON, Private, age 19.
61. Johnm LOCKLER, Private, age 23.
62. Solomon J. HIGHSMITH, Private, age 20.
63. William SMITH, Private, age 29.
'64. Patrick FLOOD, Private, age 21.
65. Patrick LEVIN, Private, age 24.
66. William H. KEADLE, Private, age 22.
67. John R. HAGUE, Private, age 19.
68. Henry W. SHEPHARD, Private, age 21.
69. Thomas DEFFEL, Private, age 46.
70. James A. JOHNSON, Private, age 26.
71. Archibald M. COLLINS, Private, age 36.
72. Lewelling WILLIAMS, Private, age 24.










VOL. 5, PP 82-83, Cont'd

73. William W. POPE, Private, age 27.
74. Simon D. POPE, Private, age 23.
75. John D. ELLIS, Private, age 24.
76. John W. HOWELL, Private, age 19.
77. George GARRING, Private, age 21.
78. Robert F. WHITE, Private, age 39.
79. Calvin HAMILTON, Private, age 19.
80. Sherd HAMILTON, Prvate, age 18.
81. John BUTCHER, Private, age 20.
82. John WILES, Private, age 22.
83. Samuel G. BURBAIGE, Private, age 22.
84. William A. LITTLETON, Private, age 22.
85. James G. GORDON, Private, age 31.
86. John HENBERGER, Private, age 26.
87. Christian MAYER, Private, age 21.
88. John MALONE, Private, age 19.


VOLUME 5, PP 84-85

Muster Roll of Captain James F. P. Johnston's Independent Company of Mounted
Florida Volunteers called into the service of the United States by Col. Gus-
tavus Loomis, 5th Inf'ty, under instructions frma the War Dept. (A.G.O.), Dec.
2d, 1858 at Fort Brooke, Florida to serve for the term of six months from the
date of enrollment, unless sooner discharged, from the 2d day of February 1858
to the llth day of May 1858. The Company was organized by Capt. James F. P.
Johnston at Abraham Town in the month of February 1858 and marched thence to
Fort Brooke, Fla., a distance of seventy-five miles.

1. James F. P. JOHNSTON, Captain, age 22.
1. James WEEKS, 1st Lieut., age 43.
1. Charles E. EVANS, 2d Lieut., age 26.

1. Thamas L. STEWMAN, Ist Sergt., age 24.
2. Rufus J.HINDS, Sergt., age 32.
3. William B. CENTER, Sergt., age 24.
4. John L. DUDLEY, Sergt., age 25.

1. James H. MURCHIE, Corpl., age 23.
2. Levin J. ELLIS, Corpl., age 26.
3. Thomas L. LOGAN, Corpl., age 22.
4. Francis W. ROSS, Corpl., age 23.

1. James G. WALL, Bugler, age 20.
2. Boling G. HALL, Bugler, age 19.

1. William BROCK, Farrier, age 30.

PRIVATES

1. ADAMS, William, age 21 4. BROWN, William, age 20.
2. BENDER, John, age 19. 5. BELL, Noble W., age 20.
3. BELGRADE, Adolph, age 37. 6. BUCKLEY, George M., age 19.










VOL. 5, PP 84-85, PRIVATES, Cont'd

7. BUTCHER, John, age 20. 39. LEAVITT, George S., age 32.
8. BURBAIGE, Samuel D., age 22. 40. LOCKLEAR, John, age 23.
9. CURRY, James M., age 19. 41. LAVIN, Patrick, age 24.
10. CLARK, Elias B., age 21. 42. LITTLETON, William A., age 22.
11. OOLLINS, Archibald M., age 36. 43. MEADOWS, Micajah A., age 20.
12. DANIELS, Wiley R., age 22. 44. MOONEY, Alfred, age 35.
13. DANIELS, John, age 24. 45. MEADOWS, John F., age 20.
14. DEFFEL, Thomas, age 46. 46. MARTIN, James H., age 24.
15. ERBAN, Joseph, age 25. 47. MAYER, Christian, age 21.
16. ELLIS, John D., age 24. 48. MALONE, John, age 19.
17. FAGAN, Henry, age 43. 49. McGLON, David, age 21.
18. FLOOD, Patrick, age 21. 50. NEWBURY, Hiram J., age 26.
19. GAY, Joel, age 20. 51. PARKER, Henry L., age 25.
20. GAY, William G., age 22. 52. PHILLIPS, Hardy L., age 30.
21. GRIMSLEY, Oliver M., age 35. 53. POPE, William W., age 27.
22. GAY, James L., age 28. 54. POPE, Simon D., age 23.
23. GARRING, George, age 21 55. SAX, George, age 28.
24. GORDON, James G., age 31. 56. SMITH, William, age 29.
25. HERRING, John W., age 21. 57. SHEPHARD, Henry W., age 21.
26. HAGUE, Gideon, age 40. 58. THOMAS, George W., age 19.
27. HENDERSON, Charles, age 28. 59. TURNER, James, age 26.
28. HENSON, Robert, age 24. 60. WILLIAMS, Thomas, age 34.
29. HIGHSMITH, Solomon J., age 20. 61. WALKER, John L., age 22.
30. HAGUE, John R., age 19. 62. WHITE, Joseph, age 31.
31. HOWELL, John W., age 19. 63. WOODS, Hiram, age 22.
32. HAMILTON, Calvin, age 19. 64. WILLIAMSON, William W., age 19.
33. HAMILTON, Sherd, age 18. 65. WILLIAMS, Lewelling, age 24.
-34. HENBERGER, John, age 26. 66. WHITE, Robert F., age 39.
35. KELLAM, Gideon E., age 21. 67. WILES, John, age 22.
36. KOLP, Lewis, age 25.
37. KELLAM, Winfield W., age 25.
38. KEY, William, age 23.


DESERTED: 1. HAYWOOD, John, Private, age 25.
2. HUNT, William, Private, age 46.
3. Name not readable.
4. KEADLE, William H., Private, age 22.
5. Name not readable.
6. ROSSETTER, George Private, age 32.
7. TENTON, Patrick H ., Private, age 30.

Certified a true muster roll of the Company, 11 May 1858 at Fort Brooke, Fla.
by Capt. James F. P. JOHNSTON.

Certified a true muster by Theo. TALBOT, of the 1st Mt'd Art'y, Mustering
Officer, at Fort Brooke, Fla., 11 May 1858.




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