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Title: Florida militia muster rolls, Seminole Indian Wars
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Title: Florida militia muster rolls, Seminole Indian Wars
Series Title: Special archives publication
Alternate Title: Muster rolls, Florida Indian Wars
Florida Indian wars
Physical Description: v. : ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Dept. of Military Affairs
Publisher: State Arsenal
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Publication Date: [198--]
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Subject: Seminole War, 2nd, 1835-1842 -- Registers   ( lcsh )
Seminole War, 3rd, 1855-1858   ( lcsh )
Militia -- Registers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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FLORIDA MILITIA MUSTER ROLES
SEMINOLE INDIAN WARS
(VOL. 6)



State Arsenal
St. Francis
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Florida







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This series of the Florida Indian Wars Militia Muster Roles has
been produced through the courtesy of the Jacksonville
Genealogical Society. The Historical Services Division of the
Florida Department of Military Affairs provided the photostatic
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Jacksonville Genealogical Society laboriously transcribed the
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MUSTER ROLLS OF THE FLORIDA INIDAN WARS
Copied by Janis Brown

VOLUME 6

Pages 1-2

Muster Roll of Captain James Keogh's Company D, of the Second Regiment,
Second Brigade of Florida Militia, commanded by Col. J. S. Sanchez, ordered
into service of the United States by Brig. General J. M. Hernandez from the
10th day of December 1835 to the 20th day of February 1836.

Muster Roll certified to be true and accurate that all men had "accounted
for and furnished their own horses". Signed by:

Emanuel Crispo, Lieut., commanding Company for Capt. Keogh, absent.

Date: 16 July 1836
Station: St. Augustine, E. Fla.

On same date and place, the muster was certified by R. M. Kirby, Maj. U. S.
Army; Inspector & Mustering Officer.


James KEOGLE (sic), Capt., absent. Emanuel CRISPO, 1st Lieut.
Cristobal BRAVO, 2d Lieut. Joseph A. LAMBIAS, 3d Lieut.

Reuben H. PINCKHAM, 1st Sgt. Clestina LEONARDY, Sgt.
George Pinckham, Sgt., absent. Abraham, CONNOR, Sgt.

Loring WALKER, Corporal Bartolo SOLANA, Corporal
Donato BRAVO, Corporal Gregory BRAVO, Corporal

PRIVATES

1. Jacob BALIER 21. Abraham FRESHMAN
2. Henry COVERT 22. Francis BRIDIER
3. Richard BURGESS, absent 23. Townsant HEWLETT, absent
4 James HASKINS, absent 24. Isaac HOFFMAN, substitute for
5. ertole LEONARDY,absent John HEWLETT
6. John GUE 25. Manuel GORECTI
7. James C. MALANY 26. Rafile ALIVARES
8. Lather RANDSDALE, absent 27. William BOAG, absent
9. John POROWN, absent 28. Joseph HERNANDEZ, absent
10. John SUARES 29. Mathew FORKUM, absent
11. Jacob HODGSON 30. George WILKINSON, sick
12. RAMON HUELTAS, absent 31. Felipe HINES, sick
13. Joseph SALAS 32. Francis SANCHEZ
14. John NEWCUMER, absent 33. Aleses ANDVER, sick
15. Silverio MERANDE 34. Nicholas FORKUM, absent
16. Benjamin CLARKE, dead 35. Lewis MANSFIELD, absent.
17. George SPRAGUE 36. John PALLICER
18. William McGRAFFY, absent 37. Antonio CANOVAS
19. Ross ALEXANDER, absent 38. Bartolo MASTERS
20. Francis MILES, absent 39. Patrick KELLY
40. Thomas MORTON










Vol. 6, cont'd
Pages 3-4

Muster Roll of Captain John KER's Company E, of the Second Regiment, Second
Brigade of the Florida Militia, commanded by Col. J. S. Sanchez, ordered into
service of the United States by Brigadier General S. M. Hernandez, fran the
10th day of December 1835 to the 20th day of February 1836.

Muster was certified as true and accurate..."mounted men furnished their own
horses." /s/ Capt. John KER, Cammanding the Company.

Date: 16 July 1836
Station: St. Augustine, E.F.

On same date and place R. M. KIRBY, Maj. U.S. Army, Inspector & Mustering Offi-
cer certified the muster of the Canpany.

John KER, Captain James HANSON, 1st Lieut.
Venancio SANCHEZ, 2d Lieut. Gra HOWARD, 3d Lieut.

James M. GONTO, 1st Sgt. Hering FERRES, Sgt.
John R. ANDREA, Sgt. Robert K. LYSTON, Sgt.

Gabriel PACETTIE, Corporal, absent. Antonio BAYAR, Corp,., absent
Robert CAMPBELL, Corporal

PRIVATES

1. Andrew FLOYD 11. John SBQUI
2. Dcmingo CERCOPOLY 12. Jacob MICKLER
3. John MASTERS, Jun. 13. Antonio MASTERS
4. John MIAS 14. Daniel HURLBURT
5. Ignatzio LOPEZ, absent 15. Stephen LOPEZ
6. name obliterated 16. Manuel ANDREA
7. Dcmingo ACOSTA, absent 17. aucy WILLARD
8. Antonio ANDREA, absent 18. John SHARPE
9. Robert MICKLER, absent 19. Wm. E. BROADNAX, absent
10. William PERPALL 20. Donato ANDREA


Page 5 Page 6 Blank

Muster Roll of Captain William King's Cmapany of Florida Militia from the Ist
day of October 1838 when mustered into service till the 31st day of October
when mustered out of service.

"I certify that this Muster Roll is correct. Mustered at Aspalinga, Apalachi-
cola River, Fla. this 31 day of October 1838." /s/ T. Noel, Maj., US Army.

Willard KING, Captain William HALL, 1st Sgt.
Thomas Netherton, 1st Lieut. James GRIFFIN, 2d Sgt.
Caraway TAYLOR or Taylor CARAWAY? John GRAVES, 3d Sgt.
2nd Lieut.

(Cont'd next page)








Vol. 6, page 5, (pg 6 blank) cont'd

PRIVATES

1. BRIANT, John H. 17. RUSH, Hugh
2. DENARD, William W. 18. SIMMONS, Alexander H.
3. FANING, Richard 19. SIMPSON, Irven
4. FAIRCHILD, James T. 20. SIMPSON, Micajah
5. FLORID, Lewis 21. SCOTT, Joseph A?
6. HARRELL, John A. 22. SAVEY? SAREY?, William
7. HARRELL, Jacob 23. STAFFORD, John
8. HARRELL, Ransom W. 24. STONE, Franklin
9. HARROD, Dre d 25. THORNTON, Thcmas
10. JORDAN, Davis 26. THOMPSON, Jesse
11. LEWIS, Ale 27. WIMBERLY, Isaac
12. MORTON, Caleb 28. WALLER, John A.
13. McNAIR, Gilbert 29. WOOD, William
14. PEACOCK, Gordon 30. WALLS, John
15. PIKE, William H. 31. COUNTSFORD, John
16. PATTERSON, Littleton 32. RILEY,


Page 7

A List of men belonging to Captain Edward T. Kendricks's Company of Mounted
Volunteers in the service of the United States. ED. NOTE: No date or place
was mentioned in this list. See the following list of Capt. Kendrick's Co.

Captain Edward T. KENDRICK Lst Lieut. John Q. STEWART
2d Lieut. Thcmas B. LAW

John L. PETERSON, 1st Sgt. Harrison JONES, 2d Sgt.
Hardee RAWLERSON, 3d Sgt. LaFayette TILLILS, 4th Sgt.
Edward C. McGEACHY, 1st Corp. William S. RICHARDSON, 2nd Corp.
James W. BREWTON, 3rd Corp. James H CANNADY, 4th Corp.
Ambrose WOODWARD, Farrier & Blacksmith Erasmus M. THOMPSON, Company Clerk
Jeremiah BROWN, 1st Bugler William BROWN, 2d Bugler

PRIVATES

1. ALLCOX, Jesse 16. HAGAN, John
2. ALLEN, William 17. HARGROVE, Clayton
3. BROWN, Bryant 18. HARBUCK, David C.
4. BROWN, Francis M. 19. HOGANS, Tincy
5. BENTON, John W. 20. IVEY, James J.
6. DAVIS, Thomas S. 21. JOHNS, James R.
7. DAVIS, Stafford 22. JONES, Mitchell
8. DAVIS, Matthew 23. KERSH, Stephen
9. DUDLEY, James V. R. 24. LLOYD, Isham
10. DAVIDSON, Moses 25. MANSELL, Addison
11. GOODWIN, Merida M. 26. MOTT, James A.
12. HASKINS, James B. P. 27. MOON, Riley
13. HICKS, Richard T. 28. RAWLINS, Thomas W.
14. HOWARD, Seth 29. STRICKLAND, Return? G.
15. HALL, Jesse 30. SUMMERALL, Henry








Vol 6, pp 7, Privates, cont'd

31. SNOWDEN, Edward 36. WIMBLE, James
32. STEVENS, Green 37. WEBB, George W.
33. STEVENS, Isham 38. WHITEHURST, Scott H.
34. WEEDEN, Frederick 39. WHITE, William
35. WALKER, Ezekiel


Pages 8-9

Muster Roll of Captain Edward T. Kendrick's Campany of Florida Mounted Volun-
teers, canmanded into the service of the State of Florida by his Excellency,
James E. Broame under his order of the 15th of August 1856 from the 23d day of
August 1856 (date of this muster) for the term of six months unless sooner dis-
charged.

Edward T. KENDRICK, age 30, Captain, rendezvous at Camp Jones, Hillsborough Co.
Fla.
John Q. STEWART, age 24, 1st Lt., enrolled at Jasper, Fla., traveled 260 miles
to rendezvous at Fort Meade.
Thomas B. LAW, age 22, 2d Lt., enrolled at Pierceville, Fla., travelled 60
miles to rendezvous at Fort Meade.
John L. PETERSON, age 26, Ist Sgt., enrolled at Pierceville, Fla., travelled 60
miles to rendezvous at Fort Meade.
Harrison JONES, age 25, 2d Sgt., enrolled at Clinch Co. Ga; travelled 360 miles
to rendezvous at Tampa, Fla.
Harden RAULERSON, age 24, 3d Sgt., enrolled at Alligator, Fla; travelled 260
miles to rendezvous at Fort Meade.
LaFayette TILLIS, age 20, 4th Sgt., enrolled at Fort Frazier; travelled 20
miles to rendezvous at Fort Meade.
Edward C. McGEACHY, age 25, 1st Corp'l, enrolled at Pierceville, Fla; travelled
60 miles to rendezvous at Fort Meade.
William S. RICHARDSON, age 26, 2d Corp'l, enrolled at Levy Co. C.H., travelled
140 miles to rendezvous at Tampa, Fla.
James W. BREWTON, age 22, 3d Corp'l, enrolled at Clinch Co. Ga; travelled 360
miles to rendezvous at Tampa, Fla.
Allen MICHAEL, age 19, 4th Corp'l, enrolled at Alligator, Fla; travelled 180
miles to rendezvous at Fort Meade.
Jeremiah BROWN, age 44, 1st Bugler, enrolled at Levy Co. C. H.; travelled 40
miles to rendezvous at Tampa, Fla.
William BROWN, age 18, 2d Bugler, enrolled at Fort Dade; traveled 40 miles to
rendezvous at Fort Meade.
Ambrose WOODWARD, age 27, Farrier & Blacksmith, enrolled at Camp Jones, no
travel miles shown; rendevous at Fort Meade.

PRIVATES

ALLEN, William, age 23, enrolled at Jasper, Fla; travelled 260 miles to rendez-
vous at Tampa, Fla.
ALLOOX, Jesse H., age 22, enrolled at Clinch Co. Ga; travelled 360 miles to
rendezvous at Tampa, Fla.
BROOKER, William P., age 45, enrolled at Ft. Frazier; travelled 20 miles to
rendezvous at Fort Meade.
BROWN, Bryant, age 35, enrolled at Jasper, Fla.; travelled 260 miles to rendez-
vous at Tampa, Fla.








Vol. 6, pp 8-9, Privates, cont'd

BROWN, Francis, age 23, enrolled at Jasper, Fla; travelled 260 miles to rendez-
vous at Tampa, Fla.
BASSET, John F., age 20, enrolled at Pierceville, Fla; travelled 60 miles to
rendezvous at Tampa, Fla.
CANNADY, James H., age 23, enrolled at Camp Jones; no travel miles; rendez-
vous at Tampa, Fla.
CANOVA, Andres, age, 23, enrolled at Camp Jones; no travel miles; rendezvous
at Fort Meade.
CROSBY, William, age 19, enrolled at Alligator, Fla; travelled 180 miles to
rendezvous at Fort Meade.
DANIELS, Aaron, age 25, enrolled at Camp Jones; no travel miles; rendezvous at
at Fort Meade.
DAUGHTRY, Logan, age 23, enrolled at Camp Jones; no travel miles; rendezvous at
Fort Meade.
DUDLEY, James V. R., age 21,enrolled at Newnansville, Fla; travelled 160 miles
to rendezvous at Tampa, Fla.
DAVIS, Thomas S., age 24, enrolled at Levy Co. C.H., travelled 160 miles to
rendezvous at Tampa, Fla.
DAVIS, Stafford, age 21, enrolled at Camp Jones, no travel miles, rendezvous at
at Tampa Fla.
DAVIS, Matthew, age 23, enrolled at Camp Jones; no travel miles; rendezvous at
Tampa, Fla.
DAVIDSON, Moses, age 30, enrolled at Camp Jones; no travel miles; rendezvous at
Tampa, Fla.
GOODWIN, Merida M., age 24, enrolled at Camp Jones; no tavel miles; rendezvous
at Fort Meade.
GREEN, Samuel, age 18, enrolled at Levy Co. C. H., travelled 140 miles to ren-
dezvous at Fort Meade.
HASKINS, James B. P., age 18, enrolled at Camp Jones; no travel miles; rendez-
vous at Fort Meade.
HOWARD, Seth, age 44, enrolled at Camp Jones, no travel miles; rendezvouz at
Fort Meade.
HICKS, Richard T., age 35, enrolled at Camp Jones, no ravel miles; rendezvous
at Tampa, Fla.
HALL, Jesse, age 23,enrolled at Clinch Co. Ga; travelled 360 miles to rendez-
vous at Tampa, Fla.
HAGAN, John, age 20, enrolled at Camp Jones; no travel miles; rendezvous at
Tampa, Fla.
HARGROVE, Clayton, age 25, enrolled at Camp Jones; no travel miles; rendezvous
at Tampa, Fla.
HARBUCK, David C., age 21, enrolled at Jasper, Fla; travelled 260 miles to ren-
dezvous at Tampa, Fla.
HOGANS, Tincy, age 25, enrolled at Jasper, Fla., travelled 260 miles to rendez-
vous at Tampa, Fla.
HOPE, Samuel E., age 24, enrolled at Pierceville, Fla; travelled 60 miles to
rendvous at Fort MeaDE>
IVEY, James J., age 26, enrolled at Fort Dade; travelled 40 miles to rendezvous
at Fort Meade.
JOHNS, James rr/. age 22, enrolled at Alligator, Fla; travelled 180 miles to
rendezvous at Fort Meade.
JONES, Mitchell, age 22, enrolled at Clinch Co. Ga; travelled 360 miles to
rendezvous at Tampa, Fla.
KERSEY, Hampton, age 44, enrolled at Fort Dade; travelled 40 miles to rendez-
vous at Tampa, Fla.








Vol. 6, pp 8-9, Privates, cont'd

KERSH, Stephen, age 30, enrolled at Jasper, Fla.; travelled 260 miles to ren-
dezvous at Tampa, Fla.
LEMACKS, James H., age 19, enrolled at Madison, Fla; travelled 260 miles to
rendezvous at Fort Meade.
LANIER, Lewis, age 45, enrolled at Fort Meade; no travel miles.
LOCKHART, Joel L., age 45, enrolled at Fort Meade; no travel miles.
LLOYD, Isham, age 23, enrolled at Newnansville, Fla; travelled 160 miles to
rendezvous at Tampa, Fla.
MANSELL, Addison, age 20, enrolled at Camp Jones; no travel miles.
McLEOD, William, age 45, enrolled at Camp Jones; no travel miles.
MOORE, Riley, age 38, enrolled at Newnansville, Fla; travelled 180 miles to
rendezvous at Fort Meade.
MOOT, James A., age 23, enrolled at Camp Jones; no travel miles.
PARISH, Ranson M., age 19, enrolled at Newnansville, Fla; traveled 180 miles
to rendezvous at Tampa, Fla.
RAWLINS, Thomas W., age 21, enrolled at Jasper, Fla; travelled 260 miles to
rendezvous at Fort Meade.
SNOWDEN, Edward, age 20, enrolled at Newnansville, Fla; travelled 180 miles
to rendezvous at Fort Meade.
STRICKLAND, Retun S., age 20, enrolled at Newnansville, Fla; travelled 180
miles to rendezvous at Fort Meade.
SUMMERALL, Henry, age 18, enrolled at Fort Meade; no travel miles.
STEPHENS, Isham, age 21, enrolled at Jasper, Fla; travelled 260 miles to ren-
dezvous at Tampa, Fla.
STEPHENS, Green, age 45, enrolled at Jasper, Fla; travelled 160 miles to ren-
dezvous at Tampa, Fla.
THOMPSON, Erasmas M., age 18, enrolled at Camp Jones; no travel miles.
WHITE, William, age 19, enrolled at Camp Jones; no travel miles.
WHITEHURST, Scott H., age 35, enrolled at Camp Jones; no travel miles.
WHITEHURST, Mayberry, age 22, enrolled at Fort Meade; travelled 20 miles
to rendezvous at Tampa, Fla.
WEBB, George, age 45, enrolled at Jasper, Fla; travelled 260 miles to rendez-
vous at Tampa, Fla.
WIMBLE, James, age 24, enrolled at Levy Co. C.H., traveled 160 miles to ren-
dezvous at Tampa, Fla.
WALKER, Ezekiel, age 20, enrolled at Clinch Co. Ga; travelled 260 miles to
rendezvous at Tamp, Fla.
WEEDEN, Frederick, age 27, enrolled at Camp Jones; no travel miles.


Pages 10-11

Muster Roll of Captain Edward T. Kendrick's Company of Mounted Florida Volun-
teers. The muster was certified on 14 January 1857 at Fort Brooke, Florida
by Captain Edward T. Kendrick, commanding the canpany.

At the same time and place, the cash value of horses/ horse equipment belonging
to each man was certified by: W. J. Turner, Sam'1 Hope, and M. Post, Apprais-
ers, and at the same time and place the muster was sworn and subscribed by
Francis N. Parr (or Pugh), Asst. Adj. General and Mustering Officer at Fort
Brooke. ED> NOTE: Horse/horse equipment values are shown following each
name.







Vol. 6, pp 10-11, cont'd

1. Edward T. KENDRICK, age 38, Captain; $250/30.
2. John Q. STEWART, age 24, 1st Lieut; $180/25.
3. Thomas B. LAW, age 22, 2d Lieut; $150/25

1. John L. PETERSON, age 24, 1st Sgt., $100/10.
2. Harrison JONES, age 25, Sgt., $125/18.
3. Hardee RAWLINSON, age 24, Sgt., $150/8.
4. LaFayette TILLIS, age 21, Sgt., $75/10.

1. Edward B. McGEACHY, age 25, Corporal, $100/5.
2. William S. RICHARDSON, age 26, Corporal, $50/6.
3. James W. BREWTON, age 22, Corporal, $60/4.
4. James H. KENNEDY, age 28, Corporal, $125/10.

1. Jeremiah BROWN, age 44, Bugler, $130/10.
2. William BROWN, age 18, Bugler, $60/5.
1. Ambrose WOODARD, age 27, Farrier, $90/10.


PRIVATES

ALCOX, Jesse H., age 22, $130/10. HERON, Hiram, age 24, $75/15
ALLEN, William, age 25, $80/10. HERON, Richmond, age 20, $75/15.
BENTON, John W., age 40, $40/7.50. HERNDON, Urban C., age 27, $80/15.
BROWN, Bryant, age 28, $80/7. IVEY, James J., age 27, $15/4.
BROWN, Francis M., age 21, $100/10. JOHNS, James R., age 22, $50/3.
BENTON, David, age 24, $175/15. JONES, Mitchell, age 22, $40/10.
BROWN, John C., age 27, $175/15. KERSH, Stephen, age 19, $40/1.
BROWN, Jesse, age 18, $150/5. KEY, Gilbert S., age 22, $125/7.50.
BROOKER, William P., age 44, $75/7.50. LLOYD, Isham, age 23, $40/40.
BIRD, Malachia, age 26, $80/3. LEMICKS, Wn., W., age 18, $75/12.
BROWN, Allen, age 24, $115/8. MANSELL, Addison, age 20, $60/5.
COWART, Ma age 33, $65/10. MOORE, Riley, age 35, $40/6.
CORNELIUS, Edward H., age 20, $60/3. McCLEOD, Wn. 1st, age 43, $100/15.
CHAUNCEY, John M., age 23, $40/2. McCLEOD, Wn. 2nd, age 18, $75/10.
CHAM, Mark C, age 21, $75/12. McCLEOD, Daniel, age 19, $140/18.
DAVIS, Thomas S., age 25, $25/5. McLENNON, Dan'1 A., age 23, $100/15
DAVIS, Stafford, age 21, $250/20. McRAE, Dan'1 N., age 24, $80/7.50.
DAVIS, Mathew, age 23, $130/5. POWELL, Louis, age 26, $90/7.
DAVIDSON, Moses, age 28, $90/20. RAWLINS, Thos. W., age 21, $90/15.
DUDLEY, James A.R., age 22, $100/20. RAULERSON, Nickebud, age 45, $100/7
GODWIN, Meride M., age 24, $60/20. RENFROE, Nath'l G., age 27, $75/15.
GODWIN, Jacob, age 23, $75/12. STRICKLAND, Return S.,age 20,$25/3.
HASKINS, James B.P., age 19, $100/15. SUMMERALL, Henry, age 18, $75/5.
HOWARD, Seth, age 43, $125/15. SNOWDEN, Edward, age 19, $50/3
HALL, Jesse, age 23, $50/7. STEVENS, Green, age 36, $75/2.
HARDGROVES, Clayton, age 25,$80/12. STEVENS, Isham, age 21, $80/8.
HAGAN, John, age 20, $125/10. SHIRLING, Jonathan, age 21, $60/4.
HARBUCK, David C., age 19, $125/10. STRICKLAND, Elisha, age 19, $75/15.
HARBUCK, Tiney, age 22, $50/10. THOMPSON, Erasmus, age 18, $125/18.
HICKS, Richard T., age 30, $60/10. THOMAS, James E., age 27, $90/5.
HODGES, Joel, age 23, $70/10. TUCKER, John E., age 20, $80/10.
HIGHSMITH, Jacob, age 26, $45/5. WEEDEN, Frederick, age 27, $75/2.








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WALKER, Ezekiel, age 20, $80/10. WILLIAMSON, Stephen, age 23, $60/1.
WIMBLE, James, age 24, $80/10. WHITEHURST, Dan'1 S., age 25, $90/3.
WEBB, George W., age 40, $80/8. WILIE, Thos. C., age 27, $100/5.
WHITEHURST, Scott H., age 28, $40/1. WILLIAMSON, David B., age 41, $50/2.50.
WHITE, William, age 18, $60/4. WILLIAMSON, Cornelius, agae 21, $60/3.


Pages 12-13

Muster Roll of Edward T. Kendrick's Company of Florida Mounted Volunteers ...
called into service of the State of Florida by his Excellency James E. Broane,
Governor, (under the order of the 15th of August 1856) at Camp Jones (the place
of general rendezvous) on the 23d day of August 1846 to serve for the term of
six months from the date of enrollment unless sooner discharged frcm the 23d
day of August 1856 (when authorized) to the 14th day of January 1857.

The Company was organized by Captain Edwd. T. Kendrick at Camp Jones (Hillsbo-
rough Co. Fla.) in the month of August 1856 and marched thence to Tampa, Fla.
where it arrived the 14th of January 1857, a distance of 20 miles.

By signatures, on 14 January 1857 at Tampa, Florida, this muster roll was cert-
fied as true and accurate by Capt. Edward T. Kendrick, commanding the company,
and by Jesse Carter, Special Agent & Mustering Officer.

Edward T. KENDRICK, Captain, age 30, mustered at Fort Mead, Fla.
John Q. STEWART, 1st Lieut., age 24, joined at Jasper, Fla; travelled 260 mi.
to rendezvous.
Thos. B. LAW, 2d Lieut., age 22, joined at Pierceville, Fla; travelled 60 miles
to rendezvous.
John S. PETERSON, 1st Sgt., age 26, joined at Pierceville, Fla; travelled 60
miles to rendezvous.
Harrison JONES, 2d Sgt., age 25, joined at Clinch, Ga; travelled 360 miles to
rendezvous.
Harden RAULERSON, 3d Sgt., age 24, joined at Alligator, Fla; travelled 260 mi.
to rendezvous.
LaFayette TILLIS, 4th Sgt., age 20,joined at Ft. Frazier; travelled 20 miles
to rendezvous.
Edward C. McGEACHY, 1st Corp'l, age 25, joined at Pierceville, Fla; travelled
60 miles to rendezvous.
William S. RICHARDSON, 2d Corp'l, age 26, joined at Levy C. H. (Court house);
travelled 140 miles to rendezvous.
James W. BREWTON, 3d Corp'l, age 22, joined at Clinch, Ga; travelled 260 miles
to rendezvous.
Allen MICHAEL, 4th Corp'l, age 19; joined at Alligator, Fla; absent on leave
on day of mustering out.
Jeremiah BROWN, Bugler, age 44, joined at Levy C.H.; travelled 160 miles to
rendezvous.
William BROWN, Bugler, age 18, jointed at Fort Dade; travelled 40 miles to
rendezvous.
Ambrose WOODWARD, Farrier & Blacksmith, age 27, joined at Camp Jones; no travel
miles.








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PRIVATES

1. ALLEN, William, age 23, joined at Jasper, Fla; travelled 260 miles to
Tampa, Fla.
2. ALLO0X, Jesse H., age 22, joined at Clinch Co. Ga; travelled 360 miles to
Tampa, Fla.
3. BROOKER, William P., age 45, joined at Fort Frazier; traveled 20 miles to
Fort Meade, Fla.
4. BROWN, Bryant, age 35, joined at Jasper, Fla; travelled 260 miles to Tampa.
5. BROWN, Francis M., age 23, joined at Jasper, Fla; travelled 260 miles to
Tampa, Fla.
6. BASSET, John F., age 20, joined at Pierceville, Fla; travelled 60 miles to
Tampa, Fla.
7. CANNADY, James H., age 25, joined at Camp Jones; no travel miles.
8. CANOVA, Andres, age 23, joined at Camp Jones; discharged without pay Nov.
4, 1856 for unsoldierly conduct.
9. CROSBY, William, age 19, joined at Alligator, Fla; travelled 180 miles to
Fort Meade; discharged 15 Nov. 1856 on account of inefficiency.
10. DANIELS, Aaron, age 25, joined at Camp Jones; discharged with pay Dec. 1,
1856.
11. DAUGHTRY, Logan, age 23, joined at Camp Jones; absent without leave since 4
Nov. 1856.
12. DUDLEY, James V. R., age 21, joined at Newnansville, Fla; travelled 160
miles to Tampa, Fla.
13. DAVIS, Thomas S., age 24, joined at Levy C.H., travelled 160 miles to Tampa
14. DAVIS, Stafford, age 21, joined at Camp Jones; no travel miles.
15. DAVIS, Mathew, age 23, joined at Camp Jones; no travel miles.
16. DAVIDSON, Moses, age 30, joined at Camp Jones; no travel miles.
17. GOODWIN, Merida M., age 24, joined at Camp Jones; no travel miles.
18. GREEN, Samuel, age 18, joined at Levy C. H., traveled 140 miles to Fort
Meade; deserted 28 Dec. 1856.
19. HASKINS, James B. P., age 18, joined at Camp Jones; no travel miles.
20. HOWARD, Seth, age 44, joined at Camp Jones; no travel miles.
21. HICKS, Richard T., age 35, joined at Camp JOnes; no travel miles.
22. HALL, Jesse, age 23, joined at Clinch Co. Ga; travelled 360 miles to Tampa,
Fla.
23. HAGAN, John, age 20, joined at Camp Jones; no travel miles.
24. HARGROVE, Clayton, age 25, joined at Camp Jones; no travel miles.
25. HARBUCK, David C., age 21, joined at Jasper, Fla; travelled 260 miles to
Tampa, Fla.
26. HOGANS, Tincy, age 25, joined at Jasper, Fla; traveled 260 miles to Tampa.
27. HOPE, Samuel E., age 24, joined at Pierceville, Fla; travelled 60 miles to
Ft. Meade; appointed Company Quartermaster 23 Oct 1856.
28. IVY, James J., age 26, joined at Fort Dade; travelled 40 miles to Fort
Meade.
29. JOHNS, James R., age 22, joined at Alligator, Fla; travelled 180 miles to
Fort Meade.
30. JONES, Mitchell, age 22, joined at Clinch Co. Ga; travelled 360 miles to
Tampa, Fla.
31. KERSEY, Hampton, age 44, joined at Fort Dade; travelled 40 miles to Fort
Meade; was discharged with pay 9 Jan. 1857.
32. KERSH, Stephen, age 30, joined at Jasper, Fla; travelled 260 miles to
Tampa, Fla.








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33. LEMACKS, James H ., age 19, joined at Madison, Fla; travelled 260 miles to
Tampa, Fla.; died 5 December 1856.
34. LANIER, Lewis, age 45; joined at Fort Meade; travelled 20 miles to Fort
Meade.
35. LOCKHART, Joel L., age 45; joined at Camp Jones; no travel miles.
36. LLOYD, Isham, age 23, joined at Newnansville, Fla; travelled 160 miles to
Tampa, Fla.
37. MANSELL, Addison, age 20, joined at Camp Jones; no travel miles.
38. McLEOD, William, age 45, joined at Camp Jones; no travel miles.
39. MOORE, Riley, age 38, joined at Newnansville, Fla; travelled 160 miles to
Fort Meade.
40. MOOT, James A., age 23, joined at Camp Jones; no travel miles.
41. PARISH, Ransan, age 19, joined at Newnansville, Fla; travelled 180 miles to
Fort Meade; discharged 15 Nov. 1756 for inefficiency.
42. RAWLINS, Thomas W., age 21, joined at Jasper, Fla; travelled 260 miles to
Tampa, Fla.
43. SNOWDEN, Edward, age 20, joined at Newnansville, Fla; travelled 180 miles
to Fort Meade.
44. STRICKLAND, Return S., age 20, joined at Newnansville, Fla; travelled 180
miles to Fort Meade.
45. SUMMERALL, Henry, age 18, joined at Fort Meade; travelled 20 miles to fort.
46. STEPHENS, Isham, age 21, joined as Jasper, Fla., travelled 260 miles to
Tampa, Fla.
47. STEPHENS, Green, age 45, joined at Jasper, Fla., travelled 260 miles to
Tampa, Fla.
48. THOMPSON, Erasmus M., age 18, joined at Camp Jones; no travel miles;
appointed Company Clerk 13 Sept. 1856.
49. WHITE, William, age 19, joined at Camp Jones; no travel miles.
50. WHITEHURST, Scott H., age 25, joined at Camp Jones; no travel miles.
51. WHITEHURST, Mayberry, age 22, joined at Fort Meade; no travel miles.
52. WEBB, George, age 45; joined at Jasper, Fla; travelled 260 miles to Tampa.
53. WIMBLE, James, age 24, joined at Levy C.H.; travelled 160 miles to Tampa.
54. WALKER, Ezekiel, age 20, joined at Clinch Co. Ga; travelled 360 miles to
Tampa, Fla.
55. WEEDEN, Frederick, age 27, joined at Camp Jones; no travel miles.


Pages 14-15

Muster Roll of Captain Edward T. Kendrick's Independent Company of Mounted
Florida Volunteers, called into service of the United States by Brig.-General
W. S. Harney, 2nd Dragoons, (under instructions of the War Dept. (AGO) of 4
Nov. 1856); at Fort Brooke, Fla. (place of general Rendezvous) on the 14th day
of January 1857 (when enrolled) to the 13th day of July 1857. The Company was
organzied by Capt. Edward Kendrick at Camp Jones, Fla. in the month of January
and marched thence to Fort Brooke where it arrived the 14th of January 1857 a
distance of 20 miles.

The muster was certified to be true and accurate by Capt. Edward T. KENDRICK
on 14 Jan. 1857 at Fort Brooke, Fla. and that those men eligible as shown on
the muster roll should receive forage & subsistence ($13.76) and transporta-
tion ($14.00). Francis N. Page, Asst. Adj. Gen'1, certified the muster roll
to be true and just on 13 July 1857 at Fort Brooke, Fla.








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NOTE: The muster roll shows each man's name; his age, then the number of
miles he travelled to place of rendezvous/number of miles travelled home; then
the dollar value of his horse/horse equipment and lastly various individual
remarks concerning sane of the men.

1. Edward T. KENDRICK, Captain, age 38; miles 20/20; $150/20.
1. John Q. STEWART, 1st Lieut., age 24; miles 20/20; $180/25.
1. Thomas B. LAW, 2d LIeut., age 22; miles 20/20; $150/25.

1. John L. PETERSON, Ist Sgt., age 24; miles 20/20; $100/10.
2. Harrison JONES, 2d Sgt., age 25;; miles 20/20; $125/18.
3. Hardee RAWLINSON, 3d Sgt., age 24; miles 20/20; $150/8.
4. LaFayette TILLIS, 4th Sgt., age 21; miles 20/20; $75/10; horse died 24
Mar. 1857; remounted 3 Apr. 1857.

1. Edward C. McGEACHY, 1st Corp'l, age 25; miles 20/20; $100/5.
2. James W. BREWTON, 2d Corp'l, age 22; miles 20/20; $60/4; horse died on
march to Ft. Meade; remounted & 2nd horse died; remounted immediately.
3. Jesse H. ALOOX, 3d Corp'l, age 22; miles 20/20; $130/10; appointed Corp'l
fran Private 29 Apr 1857 vice RICHARDSON reduced in rank.
4. Manning COWART, 4th Corp'l, age 33, miles 0/300; $65/10; appointed Corp'l
fran Private 18 May 1857 vice KENNEDY reduced in rank; dismounted 17
June 1857; not remounted.

1. Jeremiah BROWN, Bugler, age 44; miles 20/20; $130/10; absent, sick.
2. William BROWN, Bugler, age 18, miles 20/20; $60/5.
3. Joel HODGES, Farrier, age 23, miles 0/0; $80/10.

PRIVATES
1. ALLEN, William, age 25; miles 20/20; $80/10.
2. BENTON, John W., age 40; miles 20/20; $40/7.50.
3. BROWN, Bryant, age 28, miles 20/20; $80/7.
4. BROWN, Francis M., age 21; miles 20/20; $100/10; dismounted 4/8/1857 to
5/22/1857.
5. BENTON, DAvid, age 24; miles 0/0; $90/3.
6. BROWN, John D., age 27; miles 0/250; $175/15; sick in hospital at Fort
Brooke.
7. BROWN, Jesse, age 18; miles 0/250; $150/5.
8. BROOKER, William P., age 44; miles 0/0; $75/7.50.
9. BIRD, Malachia, age 26; miles 0/300; $80/5.
10. CORNELIUS, Edward H., age 20; miles 0/250; $60/3; horse died, broken down,
while on march on 13 Mar. 1857.
11. CHAUNCEY, John M., age 23; miles 0/300; $40/2; horse died disease unknown
28 March 1857; mounted 7 May; dismounted 1 July 1857; not remounted.
12. CHAUNCEY, Mark C., age 21; miles 0/300; $75/12; horse died disease unknown
10 June 1857; not remounted.
13. DAVIS, Stafford, age 21; miles 20/20; $250/20.
14. DAVIS, Mathew, age 23; miles 20/20; $130/5.
15. DAVIDSON, Moses, age 25; miles 20/20; $90/20; horse died disease unknown 25
June 1857; not remounted.
16. DUDLEY, James V. R., age 22; miles 20/20; $100/20.
17. GODWIN, Meridee M., age 24; miles 20/20; $60/20.








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18. GODWIN, Jacob, age 23; 0/0; $75/12; horse crippled in Big Cypress, shot by
order of C.O.; remounted immediately.
19. HASKINS, James B. P., age 19, miles 20/20; $125/18; horse died disease un-
known 5 Apr 1857; remounted 23 Apr 1857; absent 8 Apr to 18 May 1857.
20. HOWARD, Seth, age 43, miles 20/20; $125/18; horse died disease unknown 5
Apr/ 1857; remounted; absent 8 Apr to May 15, 1857.
21. HALL, Jesse, age 23; miles 209/20; $50/7.
22. HARDGROVE, Clayton, age 25; miles 20/20; $80/12.
23. HAGAN, John, age 20, miles 20/20; $125/10.
24. HARBACH, David C., age 19, miles 20/20; $125.10; absent, sick at Fort
Kissimmee.
25. HOGANS, Tingy, age 22, miles 20/20; $50/10.
26. HICKS, Richard T., age 30, miles 20/20; $60/10.
27. HIGHSMITH, Jacob, age 26, miles 0/0; $45/5.
28. HERON, Hiram, age 24, miles 0/300; $45/15.
29. HERON, Richmond, age 20, miles 0/300; $75/15.
30. HERNDON, Urban 0., age 27; miles 0/125; $80/15.
31. IVEY, James L., age 27; miles 20/20; $15/4.
32. JOHNS, James R., age 22, miles 20/20; $50/3.
33. JOHNS, Mitchell, age 22, miles 20/20; $40/10.
34. KENNEDY, James H ., age 28, miles 20/20; $125/10; reduced fran Corp'l to
Private 3/6/1857; absent from 3/6 to 5/28/1857.
35. KERSH, Stephen, age 19; miles 20/20; $40/1.
36. KEY, Gilbert L., age 22, miles 20/20; $125/7.50.
37. LLOYD, Isham, age 23, miles 20/20; $40/4.
38. LAMICKS, William W., age 18, miles 0/0; $75/12.
39. MANSELL, Addison, age 20, miles 20/20; $60/5.
40. MOORE, Riley, age 35, miles 20/20; $40/6; horse died 7/1/1857 disease un-
known; remountd 7/8/1857.
41. McCLEOD, William, 1st, age 43, miles 0/0; $100/15.
42. McCLEOD, William, 2nd, age 18, miles 0/0; $75/10.
43. McCLEOD, Daniel, age 19, miles 0/0; $140/18; absent, sick at Tafir? Fla.
44. McLENNON, Danial P., age 23, miles 0/300; $100/15.
45. McRAE, Daniel A., age 24, miles 0/0; $80/7.50.
46. POWELL, Louis, age 26, miles 0/0; $90/7.
47. RAWLINS, Thomas W., age 21; miles 20/20; $90/15.
48. RICHARDSON, William J., age 26, miles 20/20; $50/6; was Corp'l fran 1/14 to
4/8/1857; absent without leave fran 4/8 to 7/13/1857.
49. RAULERSON, Nickebud, age 45; miles 0/0; $100/7.50.
50. RENFROE, Nathaniel G., age 27, miles 0/0; $75/15; horse died disease un-
known 4/28/1857; remounted; absent from 5/18 to 5/27/1857.
51. STRICKLAND, Return S., age 20, miles 20/20; $25/3.
52. SUMMERALL, Henry, age 18, miles 20/20; $45/5.
53. SNOWDEN, Edward, age 29; miles 20/20; $50/3.
54. STEVENS, Green, age 36 ; miles 20/20; $75/2; horse died disease unknown 20
June 1857; not remounted.
55. STEVENS, Isham, age 21; miles 20/20; $80/8.
56. SHIRLING, Jonathan, age 21, miles 0/300; $60/4.
57. STRICKLAND, Elisha, age 19; miles 0/0; $75/15; horse died disease unknown
22 May 1857; not remounted.
58. THOMPSON, Erasmus M., age 18, miles 20/20; $125/18.
59. THOMAS, James E., age 27; miles 0/0; $90/5.
60. TUCKER, John E., age 20; miles 0/0 $80/10.








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61. WEEDEN, Frederick, age 27, miles 20/20; $75/2; horse died disease unknown
4/8/1857; not remounted.
62. WALKER, Ezekiel, age 20, miles 20/20; $125/5.
63. WIMBLE, James, age 24, miles 20/20; $80/10.
64. WEBB, George W., age 40, miles 20/20; $80/8.
65. WHITEHURST, Scott H., age 28, miles 20/20; $40/1; horse died, disease un-
known 5/18/1857, remounted immediately .
66. WHITE, William, age 18, miles 20/20; $60/4.
67. WILLIAMSON, Stephen, age 23, miles 0/150; $60/1; horse died disease unknown
6/2/18587, not remounted.
68. WHITEHURST, Daniel L., age 25, miles 0/125; $90/3.
69. WILIE, Thomas C., age 27, miles 0/0; $100/5; horse died disease unknown 8
Feb. 1857; remounted 4/8/1857.
70. WILLIAMSON, David B., age 40, miles 0/50; $50/2.50.
71. WILLIAMSON, Cornelius, age 20, 0/0; $60/3.
72. WOODWARD, Ambrose, age 27, miles 0/0; $90/10; reduced frma Farrier to Pri-
vate 3/6/1857; absent without leave from 3/6 to 5/28; dismounted 5/28/57
not remounted.

DIED: Allen BROWN, Private, age 24, 6 March 1857, at Depot No. 1, Big
Cypress. Value horse/horse equipment: $115/8; served 32 days.

DISCHARGED: Thamas S. DAVIS, Private, age 25; horse/equipnent value $25/5;
discharged 5 March 1857 per S.O. No. 29 HdQtrs Dept of Florida, Fort
Myers, with chronic ulcer on leg; passed on by the Mustering Officer as
sound man; discharged without pay and allowances.


Pages 16-17

Muster Roll of Captain Edward T. Kendrick's Independent Company of Mounted
Volunteers, called into service of the United States by Colonel C. G. Loanis
under instructions from the War Dept. (A.G.O) November 4, 1856, from the 13th
day of July 1857 (date of this muster) for the term of 6 months unless sooner
discharged.

At Fort Brooke, Fla., on 13 July 1857, Capt. E. T. Kendrick, by signature,
affirmed the muster to be true and accurate. Same date and place, Francis N.
Page, Asst. Gen'1, Mustering Officer, certified the muster to be accurate.
At same time and place, M. L. Shannahan, H. L. Mitchell and M. Port, appraisers
certified the valuation of horse/horse equipment belonging to each man was true
and accurate.

1. Edward T. KENDRICK, Captain, age 38, $250/12.
1. Daniel A. McLENNON, Ist Lt., age 23, $175/15.
1. Joel HODGES, 2d Lt., age 23, $100/12.

1. Erasmus M. THOMPSON, 1st Sgt., age 19, $125/7.50.
2. Urban C. HERNDON, 2d Sgt., age 26, $75/5.
3. James W. BREWTON, 3d Sgt., age 22, $80/5.
4. Edward SNOWDEN, 4th Sgt., age 21, horse/equipnent value not shown.








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1. Stephen KERSH, Corporal, age 20, $30/4.
2. Jesse HALL, Corporal, age 23, horse/equipment value not shown.
3. James WIMBLE, Corporal, age 25, $80/5.
4. Riley MOORE, Corporal, age 32; horse/equipment value not shown.

1. Malachia BIRD, Bugler, age 25, $150/5.
2. Mitchell JONES, Bugler, age 22, $130/6.
3. Merida M. GODWIN, Farrier, age 25, $150/15.

PRIVATES

1. ALLEN, William, age 23, $100/15.
2. ALDERMAN, Jesse, age 31; no horse/horse equipment value shown.
3. BROWN, Jeremiah, age 46; "
4. BENTON, David, age 24; "
5. BAXLEY, James, age 25; "
6. BAXLEY, Samuel, age 31; "
7. BIRD, William F., age 33;" "
8. BOYD, James, age 21; "
9. CORNELIUS, Edward H .,age 18 "
10. COWART, Manning, age 33; "
11. DANFORD, William, age 21; "
12. DAVIDSON, Moses, age 28; $130/20.
13. HERRON, Richmond, age 19; $140/10.
14. HOGAN, John W., age 21, $135/10.
15. HIGHSMITH, Jacob, age 27, $50/3.
16. HERRON, Hiram, age 24; $100/15.
17. HAYWARD, John, age 27; no horse/horse quipnent value shown.
18. IVEY, James I., age 27, $50/3.
19. JONES, Harrison, age 26, $140/10.
20. JOHNS, James R., age 22, $100/5.
21. KEY, Gilbert L., age 23, $150/10.
22. LAMICKS, William W., age 19, $125/5.
23. LLOYD, Isham, age 24, $175/12.
24. MANSELL, Addison, age 21, $125/6.
25. MIZELL, Everett, age 51, $125/20.
26. PAYNE, Cyrus D., age 24, $150/15.
27. POWELL, Louis, age 26, no horse/horse equipment value shown.
28. RAWLINS, Thomas W., age 21, $130/12.
29. ROSE, John, age 42, no horse/horse equipment value shown.
30. SHAIRLEY, Thomas, age 19, "
31. SHAIRLEY, William, age 26, $75/3.
32. STEPHENS, Isham, age 21, $75/3.
33. SHAIRLEY, Johnathan, age 21, $150/10.
34. SUMMERALL, Henry, age 18, $75/3.
35. STRICKLAND, Return, age 20, $125/10.
36. STRICKLAND, Elisha, age 19, $100/ 10.
37. STEVENS, Green, age 36, $60/3.
38. SUMMERALL, Allen, age 18, $125/10.
39. SCOTT, Charles H., age 39, $100/10.
40. STEPHENS, James A., age 23, no horse/horse equipment value shown.
41. TILLIS, James L., age 20, "
42. TILLIS, Dempsey, age 19, $130/12.








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43. TOWNSEND, Lorenzo D., age 19, $140/25.
44. WHITE, William M. B., age 17, $80/10.
45. WHITEHURST, Daniel S., age 26, no horse/horse equipment value shown.
46. WILLIAMSON, Stephen, age 24, $140/12.
47. WOODWARD, Ambrose, age 29, $135/7.50.
48. WILKERSEN, Louis, age 19, $100/5.
49. WILKINSON, Joseph W., age 18, no horse/horse equipment value shown.
50. WILKINSON< William R., age 23, "


PRIVATES ENLISTED IN THE COMPANY (At fort Brooke)

1. UNDERHILL, John, age 31, on 7/25.
2. HAGUE, Gideon, age 40, on 7/25.
3. SHEPHERD, William W., age 27, on 7/25.
4. PHILLIPS, Stephen, age 42, on 7/27.
5. TYER, John, age 26, on 7/28.
6. BROWNING, Noah, age 25, on 8/10.
7. SWEAT, James A., age 19, on 8/10.
8. HOWELL, Henry, age 40, on 8/10.
9. McCOY, ARchcibald W., age 25, on 8/13; $80/5.
10. STEPHENS, William, age 35, on 8/13; $60/5.
11. WATERS, Isaac, age 40, on 8/18.
12. SIMMS, Listen, age 18, on 8/18, $100/10.
13. TOWNSEND, Elijah L., age 17, on 8/18, $100/7.
14. GROOMS, Joseph R., age 18, $115/10.


Pages 18-19

Muster Roll of Captain E. T. Kendrick's Company of Florida Mounted Volunteers
mustered into service the 13th day of July 1857. Note: There were no cert-
ifications attached to his muster; just names, rank, and age of each man.

E. T. KENDRICK, Captain, age 38. Daniel A. McLENNON, 1st Lt., age 23.
Joel HODGES, 2d Lt., age 23.

Erasmus M. THOMPSON, 1st Sgt., age 19. Urban C. HERNDON, 2d Sgt, age 26.
James W. BREWTON, 3d Sgt., age 22. Edward SNOWDEN, 4th Sgt., age 21.

Stephen KERSH, Corp'l, age 20. Jesse HALL, Corp'l, age 23.
James WIMBLE, Corp'l, age 25. Rielly MOORE, Corp'l, age 32.

Malachia BIRD, Bugler, age 25. Mitchell JONES, Bugler, age 22.
Meradi M. GODWIN, Bugler, age 25.

PRIVATES

Thomas SHAIRLEY, age 19. James J. IVEY, age 27.
William SHAIRLEY, age 26. Richmond HERRON, age 19.
William B. WHITE, age 17. John W. HAGAN, age 21.
Harrison JONES, age 26. Isham STEPHENS, age 21.
Edward H. CORNELIUS, age 18. William W. LEMICKS, age 19.








Vol. 6, pp 18-19, PRIVATES, cont'd

Jacob HIGHSMITH, age 27. William LANGFORD, age 21.
Hiram HERRON, age 24. Louis WILKERSON, age 19.
Manning ODWART, age 33 Allen SUMMERALL, age 18.
Daniel S. WHITEHURST, age 26. Joseph W. WILKINSON, age 15.
James L. TILLIS, age 20. William R. WILKINSON, age 23.
Johnathan SHAIRLEY, age 21. Charles H. SCOTT, age 39.
Henry SUMMERALL, age 18. Moses DAVISON, age 28.
Addison MANSELL, age 21. James BAXLEY, age 25.
Thcmas W. RAWLINGS, age 21. Samuel BAXLEY, age 31.
James R. JOHNS, age 22. John ROSE, age 42.
Stephen WILLIAMSON, age 24. William F. BIRD, age 33.
Jeremiah BROWN, age 46. John HAYWARD, age 27.
Dempsey TILLIS, age 19. James A. STEPHEN, age 23.
Return S. STRICKLAND, age 20. James BOYD, age 21.
William ALLEN, age 23. Lorenzo D. TOWNSEND, age 19.
Elisha STRICKLAND, age 19. John UNDERHILL, age 31.
Green STEVENS, age 36. Giddein HAGUE, age 40.
Gilbert L. KEY, age 23. William W. SHEPHERD, age 27.
Isham LLOYD, age 24. Stephen PHILLIPS, age 42.
Everett MIZELL, age 51. John TYER, age 26.
Cyrus T. PAYNE, age 24. Noah MANNING, age 25.
Ambrose WOODWARD, age 29. James A. SWEAT, age 19.
James POWELL, age 26. Henry HOWELL, age 40.
David BENTON, age 24. Archibald W. McCOY, age 25.
Jesse ALDERMAN, age 31. William STEPHENS, age 35.


Pages 20-21

Muster Roll of Captain Edward T. Kendrick's Ccmpany of Florida Mounted Volun-
teers mustered into service January 1858. Date of this listing of the company
was 16 February 1858. There are no signed certifications attached to this
roll. The men of the company are listed by (1) Name, (2) Rank, and (3) Age
as follows:

Edward T. KENDRICK, Capt. Michael L. SHANAHAN, 1st Lieut.
Joel HODGES, 2nd Lieut.

Christopher C. RAWLS, 1st Sgt., age 30. John VICKERS, 2d Sgt., age 32.
David L. DUKE, Sgt., age 28. Robert W. TATUM, SGt., age 27.

Edmund G. Rogerson, Corp'l, age 24. John F. NIBLACK, Corp'l, age 18.
William R. HOLLINGSWOTH, Corp'l, age 34. John C. BROWN, Corp'l, age 22.
tthanas H. DAVIS, Bugler, age 22. James H. KELLY, Bugler, age 30.
John MERCER, Farrier, age 39.

PRIVATES

James L. FLET2HER, age 31. Rowland P ? age 25.
James P. McMULLEN, age 34. John W. HOLLOMAN, age 28.
Daniel N. McLEAN, age 18. Randell B. WILLIAMS, age 24.
Francis M. PARKER, agae 20. Mc EDWARDS, age 24.
Thomas W. WILDER, age 25. James COOK, age 35.








Vol. 6, pp 20-21, PRIVATES, cont'd

Cyrus D. PAYNE age 24. Henry A. PAINE, age 22.
Agustus McARDLE, age 22. William DOUGLASS, age 25.
Robert R. BARNEY, age 22. James A. STEPHENS, age 23.
Isaac R. NEWBERRY, age 27. William McCLELLAND, age 24.
William S. TUCKER, age 27. James E. DANIEL, age 25.
Francis SMITH, age 27. Danpsey TILLIS, age 20.
Charles E. ROBINSON, age 23. John C. WHITE, age 50.
Denis O. HICKEY, age 25. George C. BRANTLEY, age 20.
William W. BARBER, age 26. John W. TANNER, age 20.
James H. MOBLEY, age 24. Joseph THOMPSON, age 22.
Thomas HOLLIS, age 21. James WIMBLE, age 26.
George W. D. HANCOCK, age 25. Pinckney MILLICAN, age 19.
Mathew DOUGLAS, age 19. Henry H. FUTCH, age 19.
Timothy HOLLINGSWORTH, age 19. Henry WARD, age 18.
John M. FUTCH, age 19. Samuel L. DAWKINS, age 23.
John FUTCH, age 47. William H. SHEPPARD, age 42.
John FARLESS, age 34. James ROOKS, age 18.
Thos. P. RAULERSON, age 26. Zachariah SUMMERALL, age 20
Manfield McCLELLAND, age 18. Alexander CALAHAN, age 41.
John R. WIGGINS, age 20. Moses M. McCLELLAND, age 30.
Milledge WIGGINS, age 18. Thomas J. IVEY, age 21.
Curtiss JONES, age 26. Erasmus M. THOMPSON, age 19.
Thomas B. ELLIS, age 22. James W. BREWTON, age 24.
Ezekiel STEWART, age 26. William STRICKLAND, age 19.
Silas McCLELLAND, age 22. John MONTCRIEF, age 24.
James R. WIGGINS, age 22. Francis MOBLY, age 22.
Andrew J. BARBER, age 18. Cardinal H. SHEFFIELD, age 23.
Thaddeus LAMB, age 21. Ezekiel J. BREWTON, agae 21.
Scott ALLEN, age 25. Thomas SUGGS, age 21.
William WIGGINS, age 45. William B. WHITE, age 18.
Christopher ZBINDAN, age 29. William W. WILLIAMS, age 21.
James H. HITE, age 26. Daniel A. McLENNON, age ?


Pages 22-23

Discriptive Roll of Captain Edward T. KENDRICK's Company of the Florida Mounted
Volunteers mustered out of service on January 12, 1858. NOTE: This roll
contained 10 columns showing (1) Rank, (2) Name, (3) Where Born:(Town or coun-
try),(4) Where Born (State or Kingdom), (5 and 6) Height by: Feet, Inches; (7)
Color of Complexion, (8) Color of Eyes, (9) Color of Hair, and (10) Occupation.

Capt. Edward T. KENDRICK, Twiggs Co.; 5'8"; light-blue-light; farmer.
1st Lt. Daniel A. McLENNON, Montgomery Co.; 5'11"; light-blue-light; farmer.
2d Lt. Joel HODGES, Henry Co.; 6'0"; 5'7"; light-blue-light; farmer.
Sgt. Erasmus M. THOMPSON, New Orleans, LA; 5'7"; sallow-black-brown; farmer.
Sgt. Urban C. HERNDON, Appling, GA; 6'2"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
Sgt. James W. BREWTON, Tattnall, GA; 5'6"; dark-dark-dark; farmer.
Sgt. Edward SNOWDEN, Columbia, FL; 5'8"; light-hazel-dark; farmer.
Cpl. Stephen KERCH, Hamilton, FL; 5'6"; light-blue-light; farmer.
Cpl. Jesse HALL, Clinch, GA; 5'3"; sallow-blue-light; farmer.
Cpl. James WIMBLE, Kent, Eng., 5'7"; sallow-gray-dark; farmer.
Cpl. Rielly MOORE, Wayne, GA; 5'7"; sallow-blue-dark; farmer.








Vol. 6, pp 22-23, cont'd


Bugler, Malachia BIRD, Wilkerson, GA; 6'1";; florid-blue-black; farmer.
Bugler, Mitchell JONES, Clinch, GA; 5'8"; dark-blue-dark; farmer.
Farrier, Merida M. GODWIN (no further description).

PRIVATES

ALLEN, William, Edgefield, SC; 5'11"; fair-blue-dark; farmer.
ALDERMAN, Jesse, Duplin, NC; 5'11"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
BROWN, Jeraniah, Sumpter, SC; 5'6"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
BENTON, David, Liberty, GA; 5'11"; fair-dark-dark; farmer.
BAXLEY, James, (no further description).
BAXLEY, Samuel, Camden, GA; 5'6", dark-grey-black; farmer.
BIRD, William F., Clinch, GA; 5'8"; dark-blue-black; farmer.
BOYD, James, Hernando, FL; 5'4"; fair-dark-dark; farmer.
CORNELIUS, Edward H. (no further description)
COWART, Manning, Clinch, GA; 6'0"; sallow-black-black; farmer.
DANFORD, William, Clinch, GA; 5'7"; sallow-black-black, farmer.
DAVIDSON, Moses, Baker, GA; 5'8"; sallow-black-black; farmer.
HERRON, Richmond, Clinch, GA; 5'8"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
PRESCOTT, Eli, Lowndes, GA; 5'6"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
WALKER, William, Colleton, SC; 6'0"; fair-blue-light; fanner.
TAN, Morgan W., Orangeburg, SC; 6'0"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
HOGAN, John W., Jefferson, FL; 5'11"; light-blue-light; farmer.
HIGHSMITH, Jacob, Wayne, GA; 5'10"; dark-blue-light; farmer.
HERRON, Hiram, Coffee, GA; 5'10"; light-blue-light; farmer.
HAYWARD, John (no further description).
IVEY, James J., Camden, GA; 5'10"; light-grey-light; farmer.
JONES, Harrison, Clinch, GA; 6'0"; dark-blue-dark; farmer.
JOHNS, James R., Camden, GA; 5'8"; dark-blue-dark; farmer.
KEY, Gilbert L., Henry, GA; 5'10"; fair-blue-dark; doctor.
LEMICKS, William, Jefferson, GA; 5'6", sallow-hazel-dark; farmer.
LLOYD, Isham, Clinch, GA; 5'8", fair-blue-light; fanner.
MANSELL, Addison, Edgefield, SC; 5'8"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
MIZELL, Everett, Camden, GA; 5'9"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
PAYNE, Cyrus D., Columbia, FL; 5'8"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
POWELL, Louis, Camden, GA; 5'10"; fair-blue-dark; farmer.
RAWLINS, Thomas W., Pulaski, GA; 5'8"; fair-blue-dark; farmer.
ROSE, John, Long Island, NY; 5'8"; fair-blue-dark; farmer.
SHAIRLEY, Thnmas, Clinch, GA; 5'10", fair-blue-dark; farmer.
SHAIRLEY, William, Clinch, GA; 6'0"; fair-blue-dark; farmer.
STEPHENS, Isham, Hamilton, FL; 6'2"; fair-blue-dark; farmer.
SHAIRLEY,Jonathan, Clinch, GA; 6'0"; fair-blue-dark; farmer.
SUMMERALL, Henry, Levy, FL; 5'2"; dark-black-dark; farmer.
STRICKLAND, Return, Pike, AL; 5;8"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
STRICKLAND, Elisha, Pike, AL; 5'6"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
STEVENS, Green, Appling, GA; 6'l"; clear-blue-light; farmer.
SUMMERALL, Allen, Columbia, FL; 5'10"; dark-grey-light; farmer.
SCOTT, Charles H. (no further description).
STEPHENS, James A. (no further description).
TILLIS, James L., Telfair, GA; 5'8"; fair-blue-dark; farmer.
TILLIS, DEmpsey, Columbia, FL; 5'10"; fair-dark-dark; farmer.
TOWNSEND, Lorenzo D., Camden, GA; 6'1"; fair-blue-dark; farmer.








Vol. 6, pp 22-23, PRIVATES, cont'd

WHITE, William B., Madison, FL; 5'6"; sallow-green-dark; farmer.
WHITEHURST, Daniel W., Jefferson, FL; 5'6"; fair-dark-black; farmer.
WILLIAMSON, Stephen, Alachua, FL; sallow-green-dark; farmer.
WOODWARD, Ambrose, Emanuel, GA; 6'0"; fair-dark-black; farmer.
WILKERSON, Louis, Clinch, GA; 5'10"; sallow-dark-black; farmer.
WILKINSON, Joseph W., Columbia, FL; 5'10"; sallow-dark-black; farmer.
WILKINSON, William R., Clinch, GA; 5'10"; sallow-dark-black; farmer.
UNDERHILL, John, Ware, GA; 5'10"; sallow-dark-black; farmer.
Giddeon HAGUE (no further description).
SHEPHERD, William W. (no further description).
PHILLIPS, Stephen, W??h, VA; 6'1"; sallow-grey-black; farmer.
TYER, John, Appling, GA; 5'11"; sallow-black-black; farmer.
BROWNING, Noah, Thomas, GA; 5'10"; sallowblack-black; farmer.
SWEAT, James R., Columbia, FL; 5'11"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
HOWELL, Henry, Tattnall, GA; 5'll", dark-blue-light; farmer.
McCOY, Archibald W., Telfair, GA; 6'0"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
STEPEHNS, William (no further description).
WATERS, Isaac (no further description).
SIMMS, Lieston, St. Johns; FL; 5'4"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
TOWNSEND, Elijah L., Camden, GA; dark-grey-light; farmer.
GROOM, Joseph R., Macintosh, GA; 5'10"; fair-grey-light; farmer.
BAXLEY, William R., Clinch, GA; 5'6"; fair-grey-light; farmer.
EMANUEL, John, Hamilton, FL; 5'6"; fair-grey-light; farmer.
FLETCHER, James L., Telfair, GA; 5'8", fair-grey--light; farmer.
LOW, Allen, Nassau, FL; 5'10"; fair-grey-light; farmer.
LOW, John, Nassau, FL; 5'2"; fair-grey-light; farmer.
McLAUGHLIN, John, Duval, SC?; 5'4"; fair-grey-light; farmer.
PAGETT, John, Hamilton, FL; 5'11"; fair-grey-light; farmer.


Pages 24-25

Muster Roll of Captain Edward T. Kendrick's Company of Florida Mounted Volun-
teers called into the service of the United States by Col. Gustavus Loanis,
5th Regt. Infantry, under instructions of the War Dept. (AGO) November 4, 1856
at Fort Brooke, Fla., on the 15th day of July 1857 to serve for the term of six
months, from the date of enrollment, unless sooner discharged, from the 13 day
of July 1857 to the 13th day of January 1858. The Company was organized at
Fort Brooke, Fla., in the month of July 1857.

This muster was certified as true and accurate on 12January 1858 at Ft. Brooke,
Fla by Capt. E. T. Kendrick, commanding the company, and by Francis N. Page,
Asst. Adj. General.

1. Edward T. KENDRICK, Capt., age 38.
1. Daniel A.McLENNON, 1st Lieut., age 23.
1. Joel HODGES, 2d Lieut., age 23.

1. Erasmus M. THOMPSON, 1st Sgt., age 19.
2. Urban C. HERNDON, Sgt., age 26.
3. James W. BREWTON, Sgt., age 22.
4. Isham STEVENS, Sgt., age 21.








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1. Stephen KERSH, Corporal, age 20; promoted to Corp'l 9 Sept. 1857.
2. Jesse HALL, Corporal, age 23.
3. James WIMBLE, Corporal, age 25.
4. Rielly MOORE, Corporal, age 32.

1. Malachia BIRD, Bugler, age 25.
2. Michael JONES, Bugler, age 22.

PRIVATES

1. ALLEN, William, age 23. 43. SNOWDEN, Edward, age 21; was
2. ALDERMAN, Jesse, age 31. Sgt. until 1/13/1858.
3. BROWN, Jeremiah, age 46. 44. SHAIRLEY, Thomas, age ?
4. BENTON, David, age 21. 45. SHAIRLEY, William, age 26.
5. BAXLEY, James, age 25. 46. SHAIRLEY, Johnathan, age 21.
6. BAXLEY, Samuel, age 31. 47. SUMMERALL, Henry, age 18.
7. BIRD, William, age 33. 48. STRICKLAND, Return S., age 20.
8. BOYD, James, age 21. 49. STRICKLAND, Elisha, age 19.
9. BROWNING, Noah, age 25. 50. STEVENS, Green, age 36.
10. BAXLEY, William R., age 28. 51. SUMMERALL, Allen, age 18.
11. OOWART, Manning, age 33. 52. SCOTT, Charles H., age 37.
12. DANFORD, William, age 21. 53. SHEPHERD, William W., age 27.
13. DAVIDSON, Moses, age 28. 54. SWEAT, James A., age 19.
14. EMANUEL, John 55. STEVENS, William, age 35.
15. FLETCHER, James L. 56. SIMONS, Liston, age 18.
16. GROOMS, Joseph R., age 18. 57. TYER, John, age 26.
17. HERRON, Richard, age 19. 58. TOWNSEND, Elijah L., age 17.
18. HAGAN, John W., age 21. 59. TAN, Morgan W., age 19.
19. HIGHSMITH, Jacob, age 27. 60. TILLIS, James L., age 20.
20. HERRON, Hiram, age 24. 61. TILLIS, Dempsey, age 19.
21. HAYWARD, John, age 27,absent in 62. TOWNSEND, Lorenzo, age 19.
jail at Tampa since 1/11/1858. 63. UNDERHILL, John, age 31.
22. HAGUE, Giddeon, age 40. 64. WHITE, William B., age 17.
23. HOWELL, Henry, age 40. 65. WHITEHURST, Daniel S., age 26.
24. IVEY, James J., age 27. 66. WILLIAMSON, Stephen, age 24.
25. JONES, Harrison 67. WOODWARD, Ambrose, age 29.
26. JOHNS, James R., age 22. 68. WILKERSON, Lewis, age 19.
27. KEY, Gilbert L., age 23. 69. WILKINSON, Joseph W., age 18.
28. LEMICKS, William W., age 19. 70. WILKINSON, William R., age 23.
29. LLOYD, Isham, age 24. 71. WATERS, Isaac, age 44.
30. LOW, Allen, age 30. 72. WALKER, William A., age 27.
31. LOW, John, age 17.
32. McLAUGHLIN, John, age 18. DESERTED:
33. McOOY, Archibald W., age 25.
34. MANSELL, Addison, age 21. 1. Merida M. GOODWIN, Farrier, age
35. MIZELL, Everett, age 51. 25, deserted 8/5/1857.
36. PAYNE, Cyrus D., age 24. 2. Edward H. CORNELIUS, Pvt., age
37. POWELL, Lewis, age 26. 18, deserted 8/5/1857.
38. PAGETT, John, age 22. 3. James A. STEPHENS, Pvt., age
39. PRESCOTT, Eli, age 19. 23, deserted 8/5/1857.
40. PHILLIPS, Stephen, age 42.
41. RAWLINS, Thomas W., age 21.
42. ROSE, John, age 42.








Volume 6, cont'd

Pages 26-27

Descriptive Roll of Captain E. T. Kendrick's Company of Florida Mounted Volun-
teers mustered into the service at Fort Brooke, Florida, 16 February 1858.

NOTE: As in the previous descriptive roll (pp 22-23) of this Company, the
roll was hand-drawn; consisted of 10 columns, headed as follows: (1) Rank,
(2) Name, (3) Where Born: Town or County, (4) Where Born: State or Kingdom;
(5) Height, Feet, (6) Height, Inches, (7) Color, complexion, (8) Color, eyes,
(9) Color, hair, and (10) Occupation.

Capt., E. T. KENDRICK; Twiggs, GA; 5'6"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
1st Lt., Michael L. SHANAHAN; Hamilton, Ohio; 5'9"; dark-black-black; mason.
2d Lt., Joel HODGES; Henry, GA; 6'0"; florid-blue-light; tanner.
1st Sgt., Christopher C. RAWLS; Daughtry, GA; 5'5", fair-blue-light; farmer.
Sgt. David L. DUKE; Liberty, GA; 5/8"; brunett-dark-black; farmer.
Sgt. Robert W. TATURN; Twiggs, GA; 5'9"; light-blue-light; farmer.
Sgt. Emanuel G. ROGERSON; Twiggs, GA; 5'10"; light-blue-light; farmer.
Cpl. John F. NIBLACK; Columbia, FL; 5'4"; florid-grey-light; farmer.
Cpl. William R. HOLLINGSWORTH; Columbia, FL; 5'8", florid-blue-light; farmer.
Cpl. John C. BROWN; Columbia, FL; 5'6"; florid-blue-light; farmer.
Cpl. James E. DANIEL; Columbia, FL; 5'11"; dark-dark-black; farmer.
Bugler, Thomas D. DAVIS; Thomas, GA; 5'6"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
Bugler, James H. KELLY; Monroe, FL; 5'6"; dark-blue-black; farmer.
Farrier, John MERCER; Telfair, GA; 5'9", dark-black=black; farmer.

PRIVATES

ALLEN, Scott; Clinch, GA; 5'8"; dark-black-black; farmer.
BARNES, Robert R.; Columbia, FL; 5'6", fair-blue-light; farmer.
BARBER, William W.; Orange, FL; 5'9", fair-blue-light; farmer.
BARBER, Andrew J.; Orange, FL; 5'9"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
BRANTLEY, George C.; Twiggs, GA; 5'6"; sallow-dark-black; farmer.
BREWTON, James W.; Tattnall, GA; 5'10"; fair-dark-black; farmer.
BREWTON, Ezekiel J.; Tattnall, GA; 5'6"; fair-dark-black; farmer.
COOK, James; Dublin, Ireland; 5'9"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
CALAHAN, Alexander; Hamilton, FL; 6'9"; sallow-black-black; farmer.
DOUGLASS, Mathew; Columbia, FL; 5'4"; sallow-black-black; farmer.
DOUGLASS, William; Hamilton, FL; 6'0"; dark-dark-black; farmer.
DARKINS, Samuel L.; Columbia, FL; 5'9"; dark-dark-black; farmer.
EDWARDS, McFarlin; Madison, FL; 5'6"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
ELLIS, Thomas B.; Leon, FL; 5'9"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
FLETCHER, James L.; Montgomery, GA; 5'6"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
FUrCH, John M.; Leon, FL; 5'8"; sallow-dark-black; farmer.
FUTCH, John; Leon, FL; 5'9"; sallow-dark-black; farmer.
FARLESS, John; Hillsborough, FL; 5'10"; light-blue-light; farmer.
FUTCH, Henry D.; Leon, FL; 5'10"; light-blue-light; farmer.
HOLLOMAN, John W.; Hamilton, FL; 6'0"; sallowblack-black; farmer.
HICKEY, Denis O? P?; Dublin, Ireland; 5'10"; sallow-black-black; farmer.
HOLLIS, Thomas; Mobile, AL; 5'10"; sallow-black-black; farmer.
HANCOCK, George W. D.; Columbia, FL 6'0"; sallow-black-black; farmer.
HOLLINGSWORTH, Timothy; Columbia, FL; 5'8"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
IVEY, Thomas J.; Columbia, FL; 6'0"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
JONES, Curtiss; Columbia, FL; 5'9"; fair-blue-dark; farmer.








VOL. 6, pp 26-27, PRIVATES, cont'd

KITE, James M.; Levy, FL; 5'6"; fair-blue-dark; farmer.
LAMB, Thaddeus; Levy, FL; 5'8"; sallow-blue-black; farmer.
McMULLON, James P.; Ware, GA; 5'10"; fair-light=light; farmer.
McLEAN, Daniel N.; Clinch, GA; 5'9"; fair-light-light; farmer.
McARDLE, Agustus; Hamilton, FL; 5'10"; fair-light-light; farmer.
MOBLEY, James H.; Hernando, FL; 5'10"; fair-light-dark; farmer.
McCLELLAND, Maxfield; Hillsborough, FL; 5'6"; fair-light-dark; farmer.
McCLELLAND, Silas; Hillsborough, FL; 5'8"; fair-light-dark; farmer.
McCLELLAND, William; Hillsborough, FL; 5'10"; fair-light-dark; farmer.
MILICAN, Pinckney; Levy, FL; 5'4"; sallow-dark-black; farmer.
MONTCRIEF, John; Levy, FL; 6'0"; sallow-dark-black; farmer.
MOBLEY, Francis; Hernando, FL; 6'0"; light-blue-light; farmer.
NEWBURRY, Isaac R.; Levy, FL; 5'4"; light-blue-light; farmer.
PARKER, Francis M.; Columbia, FL; 5'9"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
PIRTLE, Rowland S.; Cayuga, NY; 6'0"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
PAYNE, Cyrus D.; Columbia, FL; 5'10"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
PINE, Henry A.; Hillsborough, FL; 5'10"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
ROBINSON, Charles E.; Augusta, GA; 5'6"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
RAWLERSON, Thorp; Columbia, FL; 6'0"; sallow-blue-black; farmer.
ROOKS, James; Levy, FL; 6'0"; sallow-blue-black; farmer.
SMITH, Francis; Levy, FL; 5'6"; sallow-dark-black; farmer.
STEWART, Ezekiel; Levy, FL; 5'9"; sallow-dark-black; farmer.
STEPHENS, James A.; Hillsborough, FL; 5'6"; dark-blue-black; farmer.
SHEPPARD, William H.; Hillsborough, FL; 5'10"; dark-blue-black; farmer.
SUMMERALL, Zachariah; Levy, FL; 5'10"; dark-blue-black; farmer.
STRICKLAND, William; Levy, FL; 5'9"; dark-blue-black; farmer.
SHEFFIELD, Cardinal H.; Columbia, FL; 5'11"; dark-blue-black; farmer.
SUGGS, Thonas; Wilmington, NC; 5'4"; dark-blue-black; farmer.
TUCKER, William J.; Columbia, FL; 5'9"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
TILLIS, Dempsy; Colunbia, FL; 5'10"; fair-blue-dark; farmer.
TANNER, John W.; Hillsborough, FL; 5'8"; fair-dark--dark; farmer.

DIED: THOMPSON, Joseph; Levy, FL; 5'9"; fair-dark-dark; farmer.

THCMPSON, Erasmus M., New Orleans, LA; 5'8"; sallow-dark-dark; farmer.
WILDER, Thomas W.; HIllsborough, FL; 5'9"; sallow-dark-dark; farmer.
WILLIAMS, Randall B.; Levy, FL; 6'0"; sallow-black-black; farmer.
WIGGINS, John R.; Hillsborough, FL; 5'9"; fair-light-light; farmer.
WIGGINS, Milledge; Hillsborough, FL; 5'2"; fair-light-light; farmer.
WIGGINS, James R.; Hillsborough, FL; 5'8"; fair-light-light; farmer.
WIGGINS, William; Hillsborough, FL; 5'10"; fair-light-light; farmer.
WHITE, John C.; Hillsborough, FL; 5'4"; fair-black-black; farmer.
WIMBLE, James; Kent, England; 5'9"; sallow-black-black; farmer.
WARD, Henry; Hillsborough, FL; 5'9"; sallow-black-black; farmer.
WHITE, William B.; Hillsborough, FL; 5'9"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
ZEBINDAN, Christopher; Hague, Holland; 5'8"; sallow-blblacklack; farmer.
McLENNON, Daniel A.; Montgomery, GA; 5'9"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
TILLIS, Willoughby; Columbia, FL; 6'9"; dark-black-dark; farmer.
VICKERS, John; Columbia, FL; 6'9"; dark-black-dark; farmer.








Vol. 6, cont'd

Pages 28-29

Muster Roll of Captain E. T. Kendrick's Independent Company of Mounted Volun-
teers called into service of the United States by Col. Gustavus Lonmis, 5th
Inf., under instructions fran the War Dept. (A.G.O.), December 22, 1857 fran
the 16th Day of February 1858 for the term of Six months unless sooner dis-
charged.

The muster was certified on 16 February 1858 at Fort Brooke, Fla., by Francis
N. Page, Asst. Adjt. Gen'l. NOTE: Dollar figures following each name re-
fers to the appraised value of each man's horse/horse equipment. Names of the
appraisers not stated.

1. Edward T. KENDRICK, Captain, $125/10.
1. Michael L. SHANAHAN, 1st Lieut., $180/15.
1. Joel HODGES, 2d Lieut., (value not shown).

1. Christopher C. RAWLS, 1st Sgt., age 30; $150/15.
2. John VICKERS, Sgt., age 32; $115/15.
3. David L. DUKE, Sgt., age 28; $110/10.
4. Robert W. TATUM, Sgt., age 27: $100/5.

1.Edmund G. ROGERSON, Corp'l, age 24; $$150/5.
2. John F.NIBLACK, Corp'l, age 18; $75/10.
3. William R. HOLLINGSWORTH, Corp'l, age 34; $130/10.
4. John C. BROWN, Corp'l, age 22; $75/5.

1. Thomas D. DAVIS, Bugler, age 22; $100/10.
2. James H. KELLY, Bugler, age 30; $125/10.

1. John MERCER, Farrier, age 39; $90/10.

PRIVATES

1. ALLEN, Scott, age 25; $130/15. 20. FUTCH, Henry M., age 19; $60/5.
2. BARNES, Robert R., age 22; $50/10. 21. HOLLOMNA, John W., age 28; $?
3. BARBER, William, age 26; $? 22. HICKEY, Denis 0., age 25; $35/5.
4. BARBER, Andrew J., age 18; $? 23. HOLLIS, Thos., age 21; $80/10.
5. BRANTLY, Geo. C., age 20; $75/10. 24. HANOOCK, George W. D., age 25;
6. BREWTON, James W., age 24; $? $75/10.
7. BREWTON, Ezekiel J., age 21; $? 25. HOLLINGSWORTH, Timothy, age 19;
8. COOK, James, age 33; $175/10. $75/10.
9. CALAHAN, Alexander, age 41; $? 26. IVEY, Thomas J., age 21; $50/10.
10. DOUGLAS, Mathew, age 19; $100/15. 27. JONES, Curtiss, age 26; $125/15.
11. DOUGLAS, Willialm, age 25; $? 28. KITE, James M., age 26; $120/15.
12. DANIEL, James C., age 25; $? 29. LAMB, Thaddius, age 21; $140/5.
13. DARKINS, Sam'1 L., age 23; $60/5. 30. McMULLEN, James P., age 34; $?
14. EDWARDS, McFarlin, age 24; $? 31. McLEAN, Daniel N., age 18; $?.
15. ELLIS, Thos. B., age 22; $85/15. 32. McARDLE, Augustus, age 22; $75/5
16. FLETCHER, James L., age 31; $80/15. 33. MOBLEY, James H., age 24; $60/5.
17. FUTCH, John M., age 19; $130/15. 34. McCLELLND, Maxfield, age 18;
18. FUTCH, John, age 47; $130/20. $80/10.
19. FARLESS,John, age 34; $? 35. McCLELLAND, Silas, age?; $80/10.








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36. McCLELLAND, William, age 24, $65/5. 56. Thomas SUGGS, age 21; $75/10.
37. MILLICAN, Pinckney, age 19; $65/10. 57. TUCKER, William, age 18; $?.
38. McCLELLAND, Moses M.; age 30; $125/10. 58. TILLIS, Dempsey, age 26, $150/15
39. MONTCRIEF,John, age 24;$125/10. 59. TANNER, John W., age 19; $?.
40. MOBLEY, Franciss, age 22, $95/5. 60. THCMPSON, Joseph, age 22; $?.
41. NEWBURRY, Isaac R., age 37, $100/15. 61. THOMPSON, Erasmus, age 19, $?.
42. PARKER, Franicis M., age 20; $45/5. 62. WILDER, Thos. W., age 28;
43. PIRTLE, Rowland S., age 35; $?. $120/10.
44. PAYNE, Cyrus D., age 24; $?. 63. WILLIAMS, Randall B., age 24;
45. PINE, Henry A., age 22; $?. $80/5.
46. ROBINSON, Chas. E., age 23; $?. 64. WIGGINS, Jn. R., age 28; $100/5.
47. RAULERSON, Thorp, age 26, $120/15. 65. WIGGINS, Millede, age 18; $75/10
48. ROOKS, James, age 18; $?. 66. WIGGINS, Jas. R., age 22;
49. SMITH, Francis, age 27, $?. $100/15.
50. STEWART, Ezekiel, age 26, $?. 67. WIGGINS, Wn., age 45, $100/15.
51. STEPHENS, Jas. A., age 23, $50/5. 68. WHITE, John C., age 50; $80/10.
52. SHEPPARD, WA. H., age 42; $?. 69. WIMBLE, James, age 26; $125/10.
53. SUMMERALL, Zachariah, age 26; $?. 70. WARD,Henry, age 18; $75/5.
54. STRICKLAND, William., age 19; $?. 71. WHITE, Wm. B., age 18; $70/10.
55. SHEFFIELD, Cardinal H., age 23; 72. WILLIAMS, Wm. W., age 21;
$100/10. $120/10.
56. SUGGS, Thomas, age 21; $75/10. 73. ZEBIND, Christopher, age 39;
57. TUCKER, William, age 18; $125/10. $60/5.
74. McLENNON, Daniel, age 25; $70/5.
75. TILLIS, Willoughby, age 44;
$150/10.


Pages 30-31

Muster Roll of Capt. Edward T. Kendrick's Independent Company of Mountd Florida
Volunteers, called into service of the United States by Col. Gustavus Loanis,
5th Infty., under instructions of the War Dept. (A.G.O.) December 22, 1857 at
Fort Brooke, Fla. (the place of general rendezvous) on the 16 day of February
1858 to serve for the term of six months from the date of enrollment, unless
sooner discharged; from the 16th day of February 1858 (when enrolled) to the
13th day of May 1858. The Canapany was organized by Capt. Edward T. Kendrick
at Fort Brooke, Florida.

At Fort Brooke, Fla., on 13 May 1858, the muster was certified as true and ac-
curate by Capt. E. T. Kendrick, Commanding the Company and by TH. Talbot, P.W.
R. Art'y, Mustering Officer. NOTE: Dollar figures following each man's name
indicate the appraised value of horse/horse equipment of each man.

1. Edward T. KENDRICK, Captain, $125/10.
1. Michael L. SHANAHAN, 1st Lieutenant, $180/15.
1. Joel HODGES, 2nd Lieutenant, no value shown.

1. Christopher C. RAWLS, age 30, 1st Sgt., $150/15.
2. Edmund G. ROGERSON, Sgt., age 24, Sgt., $150/5.
3. David L. DUKE, Sgt., age 28, Sgt., $110/10.
4. Robert W. TATUM, Sgt., age 27, Sgt., $100/5.








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1. John F. NIBLACK, Corp'l, age 18; $75/10.
2. William R. HOLLINGSWORTH, Corp'l, age 34; $130/10.
3. John C. BROWN, Corp'l, age 22; $75/5.
4. James E. DANIEL, Corp'l, age 25; $60/5.

1. Thomas D. DAVIS, Bugler, age 22; $100/10.
2. James H. HOLLY, Bugler, age 30, $125/10.
3. John MERCER, Farrier, age 39; $?.

PRIVATES:

1. ALLEN, Scott, age 25; $?. 38. NEWBURY, Isaac R., age 37, $45/5
2. BAINES, Robt. R., age 22; $?. 39. PARKER, Francis M., age 20, $?.
3. BARBER, Wi. W., age 26; $?. 40. PAYNE, Cyrus D., age 24; $?.
4. BARBER, Andrew J.,age 18; $?. 41. PRINCE, Henry A., age 22; $?.
5. BRANTLEY, Geo. C., age 20;$75/10. 42. RAULERSON, Thorp, age 26; $120/5
6. BREWTON, James W., age 24; $85/10. 43. SMITH, Francis, age 27; $?.
7. BREWTON, Ezekiel J., age 21; 44. STEWART, Ezekiel, age 26; $55/5.
$115/10. 45. STEPHENS, Jas. A., age 23;
8. COOK, James, age 35, $100/5. $100/15.
9. DOUGLASS, Mathew, age 19 $60/5. 46. SHEPPARD, Wn. H., age 42; $?.
10. DARKIN, Samuel Q., age 23; $?. 47. SLMMERALL, Zachariah, age 20;
11. EDWARDS, McFarlin, age 24; $?. $120/5.
12. ELLIS, Thos. B., age 22; $85/15; 48. STRICKLAND, Wn., age 19; $?.
absent w/o leave 4/1-4/20/1858. 49. SHEFFIELD, Cardinal H., age 23;
13. FLETCHER, James O., age 31; $85/15. $110/10.
14. FUTCH, John M., age 19; $130/15. 50. SUGGS, Thomas, age 21; $75/10.
15. FUTCH, John, age 47; $130/20. 51. TUCKER, Wn. J., age 18; $125/10.
16. FARLESS, John, age 34; $?. 52. TILLIS, Dempsey, age 20; $65/5.
17. FUTCH, Henry H., age 19; $60/5. 53. TANNER, John W.,age 20; 150/15.
18. HICKEY, Dennis 0., age 25; $35/5; 54. THOMPSON Erasmus M., age 19; $?.
absent w/o leave 4/20-27/1858. 55. TILLIS, Willoughby age 44;
19. HOLLIS, Thcmas, age 21; $80/10. $150/10; absent w/o leave from
20. HANCOCK, Geo. W. D., age 25; $75/10. 4/26-5/10/1858.
21. HOLLINGSWORTH, Timothy, age 19; 56. WILDER, Thos. W., age 25; $?;
$75/10. absent w/o leave 4/5-4/10/58.
22. IVEY, Thomas J., age 21; $50/10. 57. WILLIAMS, Randall B., age 24;
23. JONES, Curtis, age 26; $125/15. $120/10; absent w/o leave 2/22
24. KITE, James M., age 26; $125/15. to 3/13/1858.
25. LAMB, Thaddeus, age 21; $140/5. 58. WIGGINS, John R., age 20; $80/5;
26. McMULLEN, James P., age 34; $?. absent w/o leave 4/2-4/15/58
27. McLEAN, Daniel N., age 18, $?. 59. WIGGINS, Milledge,age 18, $100/5
28. McARDLE, Augustus, age 22; $75/5. 60. WIGGINS, James R.,age 22; $75/10
29. MOBLEY, James H., age 24; $150/10; 61. WIGGINS, Win., age 45; $100/15;
absent w/o leave 4/20-24/1858. absent w/o leave 4/1-4/8/1858.
30. McCLELLAND, Maxfield, age 18; $60/5. 62. WHITE, John C., age 50; $125/10.
31. McCLELLAND, Silas, age 22; $80/10. 63. WIMBLE, James, age 26; $125/10.
32. McCLELLAND, Wn., age 24; $65/5. 64. WARD, Henry, age 18; $75/10.
33. MILICAN, Pinckney, age 19; $65.10. 65. WHITE, Wn. B., age 18; $120/10.
34. McCLELLAND, Moses M.,age 30; $65/10. 66. WILLIAMS, Wn. W.,age 21;$120/10
35. MONTCRIEF, John, age 24; $95/5. 67. ZEBINBUN, Christopher, age 39;
36. MOBLEY, Francis, age 22, $100/15. $60/5.
37. McLENNON, Dan'l A., age 25, $70/5.








Vol. 6, pp 30-31, cont'd

DISCHARGED: ROBERSON, Charles E., Private, age 23; for disability 19 March
1858, per S.O. No. 10 HdQtrs Dept. of Fla.

DESERTED:

1. CALAHAN, Alexander, Private, age 41; deserted from date of muster.
2. DOUGLASS, William, Private. age 25; deserted April 25th.
3. HOLLCMAN, John W., Private, age 28; deserted in March.
4. PIRTLE, Roland S., Private, age 35; deserted March 19th.
5. ROOKS, James, Private, age 18; deserted May 13th.
6. THCMPSON, Joseph, Private, age 22; deserted April 12th.
7. VICKERS, John, Private, age 32; desert April 12th.


Pages 32-33

Muster Roll of Captain William H. Kendrick's Company of Mounted Volunteers,
called into service of the State of Florida by order of his Excellency, James
E. Brown, Governor, August 15, 1856, fran the 28th day of August 1856 (date of
this muster) for the term of six months unless sooner discharged.

On August 28, 1856 at Fort Munroe, Fla., William H. Kendrick, Captain, Cammand-
ing the Company certified the muster to be true and accurate. At the same time
and place, Jesse Carter, Special Agent & Mustering Officer, certified the
muster to be true and accurate.

1. William H. KENDRICK, Captain, age 32.
1. Nathaniel M. MOODY, 1st Lieutenant, age 24.
1. Morgan MIZELL, 2nd Lieutenant, age 35.

1. Thomas BAROO, Sgt., age 23. 3. George W. WEEKS, Sgt., age 25
2. Stephen D. HALL, Sgt., age 29. 4. Marhan BOYET, Sgt., age 30.

1. James F. BARNES, Cpl., age 43. 3. John BOYET, Cpl., age 44.
2. Joshua A. PLATT, Cpl., age 26. 4. Daniel W. PINKSTON, Cpl., age 21.

1. Edward BOYET, Bugler, age 21.
2. William R. OVERSTREET, Bugler, age 27.

1. James M. BATES, Farrier/Blacksmith, age 45.

PRIVATES

1. ALLEN, William E., age 22. 12. DOUGLAS, Daniel R., age 30.
2. BATES, John M., age 25. 13. DRIGGERS, James J., age 21.
3. BATES, Robert J., age 26. 14. FRIAR, James J., age 28.
4. BATES, George W., age 27. 15. GOLRICH, Peter, age 40.
5. BISSET, George, age 44. 16. GOLD, John H., age 45.
6. BOYET, John G. B., age 19. 17. GODWIN, Jacob, age 28.
7. BRASSEL, Darling, age 21. 18. GREEN, John C., age 33.
8. BRANCH, William D., age ? 19. HAND, James H., age 22.
9. CARTER, Jesse, Jr., age 18. 20. HAM, Alonzo, age 23.
10. CHAPMAN, Nathaniel, age 26. 21. HAGAN, Francis B., ag 29.
11. COLEMAN, John, age 23. 22. HAM, Henry, Jr., age 24.









Vol. 6, pp 32-33, PRIVATES, cont'd

23. HAMMOCK, Samuel, age 19. 43. PHILIPS, Enoch B., age 33.
24. HARRIS, Joseph, age 19. 44. PLATT, John, age 22.
25. HALLIDAY, Edward B., age 24. 45. RYALS, Daniel C., age 40.
26. HARVILLE, Edward M., age 36. 46. STAFFORD, George, age 44.
27. JACKSON, James W., age 18. 47. STAFFORD, William, age 25.
28. JACKSON, William S., age 43. 48. SYLVESTER, Eli, age 25.
29. JACKSON, Thomas B., age 30. 49. SMITH, Andrew J., age 18.
30. JONES,Matthew E., age 33. 50. SMITH, John, age 19.
31. KERSEY, Liburn, age 40. 51. SMITH, William, age 20.
32. KILE, Christopher H., age 40. 52. SUMNER, Jesse C., age 40.
33. KNIGHT, John, age 26. 53. TUCKER, Thomas M., age 33.
34. LANIER, Isaac. age 44. 54. TUCKER, Edward D., age 26.
35. MOBLEY, Ransma, age 28. 55. TUCKER, Alonzo, age 21.
36. MATHEWS, William H., age 24. 56. TUCKER, Thcmas R., age 44.
37. MORRIS, James E., age 31. 57. TYNER,Jordon, age 44.
38. MOODY, Enoch M., age 32. 58. THIGPEN, William H., age 26.
39. NETTLES, Isaac, age 22. 59. TINIR?, Jackson, age 24.
40. OSBURN, David, age 45. 60. TINIR?, Wilson, age 22.
41. O'NEIL, William D., age 22. 61. THOMAS, James M., age 20.
42. PREVATT, Seth S., age 30. 62. THYMAS, William, age 24.
43. POWELL, George W., age 43. 63. TUCKER, Lewis M., age 38.
64. TUCKER, Pleasant T., age 31.
NOTE: The number (43) before 65. WELLS, Israel J., age 19.
the name of first man on page 33 66. WATSON, William J., age 23.
was identical to POWELL, George W. 67. WAMSLEY, Louis W., age 21.
above (page 32) 68. WEEKS, Andrew, age 23.
69. WILLIAMS, James M., age 21.
70. WEEKS, Silas, age 18.
71. WELLS, Jacob, age ?.
72. WINGATE. Richard, age ?
73. WILSON, John, age?
74. illigible.


Pages 34-35

Muster Roll of Captain William H. Kendrick's Company [No. 4] of Florida Mounted
Volunteers, called into service of the State of Florida by his Excellency,
James E. BROWN, Governor, under the Act of Congress to serve for an indefinite
period, caomencement of actual service as shown by this Roll. The Company was
organized by Capt. Willliam H. Kendrick at Fort Dade, Florida, in the month of
January 1856 and was mustered out of service at Fort Munroe, Hernando County,
Florida, August 28, 1856.

The muster was certified as accurate by affidavits of William H. Kendrick,
Captain, and by Jesse Carter, Special Agent & Mustering Officer at Fort Munroe
on 2 August 1856. NOTE: The muster roll showed: Names, ranks, ages, and
dollar value of horses/horse equipment as follows:

William H. KENDRICK, Captain, age 31; $175/18,
Francis W. DURRANCE, 1st Lieut., age 39; $$125/10.
John KNIGHT, 2nd Lieut., age 35; $125/10.








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1. Joseph W. TUCKER, Sgt., age 22, $125/3; appointed 1st Sgt. 4/8/1856.
2. Enoch B. PHELPS, Sgt., age 32, $75/7.
3. James M. BATES, Sgt., age 45, $74/4.
4. Morgan MIZELL, Sgt., age 35, $85/5.

1. Jesse H. TUCKER, Corp'l, age 28, $100/8.
2. John S. PRAVATT, Corp'l, age 30, $110/5.
3. William D. O'NEAL, Corp'l, age 22, $130/10.
4. George STAFFORD, Corp'l, age 44, $125/8.

1. Nathaniel BOYET, Bugler, age 32, $100/7.
2. William R. OVERSTREET, Bugler, age 27, $75/4.

1. Nathaniel M. MOODY, F&B, age 42, $50/8.

PRIVATES:

1. BATES, John M., age 24, $95/5. 36. MORRIS, Jas. E, age 30, $80/5.
2. BATES, Robt. J., age 26, $65/4. 37. O'NEAL, Seaborn C., age 20,
3. BATES, Geo. W., age 27, $55/6. $150/12.
4. BARNES, Caleb, age 23, $135/12. 38. OSBURN, David, age 44, $80/8.
5. BARNES, James F., age 42, $100/5. 39. PINKSTON, Dan'l, age 22, $110/8.
6. BRADFORD Jas. J., age 20, $100/5. 40. PHELPS, Jos. J.,age 44, $100/4
7. BRANCH, Chas. L., age 38, $85/10. 41. PLAIT,John W., age 22, $100/7.
8. unreadable, page creased. 42. POWEL, Geo. W., age 43, $75/4.
9. BRANCH, Win. D., age 22, $60/20. 43. RIVERS, Sylvester, age 20, $80/7
10. BRASSEL, Darling, age 21, $755/5. 44. SHARP, Chas. W., age 25, $125/5.
11. BISSIT, George, age 44, $70/8. 45. SMITH, William, age 18; $100/5.
12. BIRD, Isham, age 21, $60/3. 46. STAFFORD, Wn., age 25, $90/12.
13. BOYET, Andrw A., age 18, $130/8. 47. SYLVESTER, Augustus, age 44,
14. BOYET, James A., age 44, $75/6. $125/3.
15. BOYETT, John, age 44, $100/8. 48. SUMNER, Jesse C., age 35, $75/5.
16. BROWN, James L., age 18, $175/20. 49. TYNER, Jackson, age 24, $90/4.
17. CARTER, Jesse, Jr., age 18, $90/14. 50. TYNER, Jordan, age 44, $80/4.
18. FRIAR, James J., age 27, $100/5. 51. TYNER, Wilson, age 21, $140/5.
19. GOLRICH, Peter, age 30, $50/4. 52. THIGPEN, Wm. H.,age 26, $130/16.
20. GODWIN, Jacob, age 27, $175/18. 53. THOMAS, Jas. M., age 20, $135/6.
21. HALL, Stephen, age 28, $110/15. 54. THOMAS, William, age 24, $80/5.
22. HAGAN, Francis B.,age 29, $125/4. 55. THOMPSON, Wn. M., age 28, $50/4.
23. HAND, James H.,a ge 22, $120/5. 56. TUCKER, Alonzo, age 20, $125/10.
24. HAMMOCK, Sam'l, age 21, $70/7. 57. TUCKER, Edward D.,age 26, $75/3.
25. HARN, Alonzo, age 23, $130/11. 58. TUCKER, Pleasant, age 30, $60/8.
26. HARN, Henry, Jr., age 24, $110/15. 59. TUCKER, Lewis M., age 38, $70/8.
27. HARREL, John W., age 44, $75/8. 60. TUCKER, Thos. M., age 33, $75/3.
28. HAWTHORN, Keller, age 25, $70/7. 61. TUCKER, Thos. B., age ?, $70/4.
29. HAWTHORN, Washington L., age 22, 62. WATSON, Wn. J., age 21, $100/8.
$130/17. 63. WAMSLEY, Lewis W., age 20,
30. JACKSON, Thos. B., age 30, $90/18. $125/10.
31. JACKSON, James W., age 18, $75/6. 64. WEEKS, Andrew J.,age 23, $100/10
32. KERSEY, Libourn, age 40; $100/10. 65. WEEKS, Geo. W, age 24, $90/8.
33. LEGGET, Benj., age 25, $75/8. 66. WILSON, John, age 23, $130/4.
34. MATTHEWS, Wm. N., age 23, $110/8. 67. WILLIAMS, Abraham F., age 23,
35. MARSH, James J., age 35, $100/6. $130/8.









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68. WILLIAMS, Irvin, J., age 22, $85/10. 70. WINGATE, Richard, age 22,
69. WILLIAMS, Judge E., age 20, $85/10. $$100/12.

CASUALTIES AND ENROLMENTS DURING THE TERM:

DAVIS, William H., age 23, $100/16; dismissed 27 June, unsoldierly conduct.
LANIER, Isaac, age 44; recruited 8 July.
McMINN, Charles J., age ?; recruited 28 June.
SILVESTER, Eli, age 25; recruited 15 June.
TUCKER, William W., age ?, $130/10; died 14 June.
WILKINSON, Malcolm M., age 21; died ? July/
WILLIAMS, Robert H ., age 41; entitled to Sgt's pay to 7 April when he was
reduced in rank.


Pages 36-37


Muster Roll of Captain William H. Kendrick's Independent Company of Mounted
Florida Volunteers, called into service of the United States by Brig. Gen'l
Wm. S. Harney under instructions frma the War Dept. (A.G.O} November 4, 1856,
from the 6th Day of December 1856 for the term of six months unless sooner
discharged.

William H. Kendrick, Captain commanding the Campany, certified that the company
was mustered by Gen'l Jesse Carter, Special Agent of the State of Florida, on
6 December 1856; that the company travelled frma Fort Brocme to Fort Brooke,
Fla., the place of muster, a distance of 40 miles.

The signed affidavits of M. Post, Sam'l E. Hope, and D. A. Branch, horse and
horse equipment appraisers; also the signed certification of Francis N. Page,
Asst. Adj't. Gen'l. The muster roll contains as follows: Names, Ranks, Ages,
and dollar value of horses/horsequipments.

William H. KENDRICK, Captain, age 32; $200/18.
Nathaniel M. MOODY, 1st Lieut., age 41; $165/10.
Morgan MEIZELL, 2nd LIeut., ae 35; $100/3.

1. Thanas BAROD, Sgt., age 23, $200/15.
2. Stephen D. HULL, Sgt., age 29; $200/16.50.
3. Richard W. BUCK, Sgt., age 26; $$130/15.
4. Christopher H. KYLE, Sgt., age 40; $120/4.

1. William THOMAS, Corp'l, age 24; $125/15.
2. Jackson BIRD, Corp'l, age 23; $130/8.
3. William H. THIGPEN, Corp'l, age 26; $130/18.
4. Alonzo TUCKER,Corp'l, age 21; $100/5.

1. Nathan BOYET, Bugler, age 30, $80/4.
2. William STAFFORD, Bugler, age 25; $150/5.

1. Daniel H. RYALS, Farrier, age 40; $145/10.









Vol. 6, pp 36-37, cont'd

PRIVATES:

1. ALLEN, William E., age 25, $140/6. 41. MEIZELL, Everett, age 40, $80/10
2. BOYET, John, age 44, $160/5. 42. MATHEWS, Wm., age 25, $150/15.
3. BOYET, J.G. Berry, age 19, $100/5. 43. MOODY, Enoch, age 32, $200/18.
4. BATES, John M., age 25, $85/2. 44. NETTLES, Wa. W., age 19, $80/2.
5. BRASSELL, Darling, age 21, $60/8. 45. OSBOURNE, David, age 45, $80/2.
6. BISSETT, George, age 44, $60/5. 46. OVERSTREET, Wm. R., 26; $125/10.
7. BOYET, Edward, age 41, $100/8. 47. PLATT, John B., age 22, $130/15.
8. BRANCH, William, age 22, $90/15. 48. PREVATT, Seth S., age 40, $80/5.
9. BATES, Robt. J., age 26, $60/5. 49. PHELPS, Enoch B., age 33,$100/10
10. BARNES, James F., age 43, $115/5. 50. PLATT, Joshua A.,age 26, $85/3.
11. BROWNLOW, Benj., age 44, $85/6. 51. SYLVESTER, Wi., age 23, $135/18.
12. BATES, George, age 30, $100/6. 52.STAFFORD, George, age 44, $75/15.
13. BRASSELL, Green, age 27, $125/25. 53.SYLVESTER, Eli, age 25, $102/2.
14. BATES, James M., age 44, $80/10. 54. SUMNER, Jesse C.,age 40,$107/7.
15. CARTER, Jesse, Jr. age 18, $100/5. 55. SMITH, William, age 29, $200/8.
16. CARUTHERS, Andrew, age 20, $50/6. 56. SMITH, Andrew, age 18, $50/2.
17. CARUTHERS, Edward, age 21, $145/6. 57. SMITH, John, age 19, $50/3.
18. DOUGLASS, Dan'l R., age 30, $125/8. 58. TUCKER, Joseph, age 23,$130/12
19. DOUGLASS, Wi., age 20, $150/5. 59. TUCKER,Edward, age 26, $125/12.
20. DOUGLASS, Allen D.,age 27, $75/20. 60. TUCKER, Thos. M.,age 33, $85/2.
21. DRIGGERS, Jasper J.,age 21, $125/10. 61. TUCKER, Pleasant,age 31, $150/5.
22. GOLRICH, Peter, age 40, $100/2.50. 62 TUCKER, Lewis M., age 38, $75/6.
23. GODWIN, Jacob, age 28, $150/5. 63. TUCKER, Tho. R.. age 44. $135/4.
24. GREEN, John C., age 33, $140/12. 64. TYNER, Jackson, age 24, $100/3.
25. HARN, Alonzo, age 23, $130/15. 65. TYNER, Jordan, age 44, $85/7.
26. HOLLIDAY, Erwin B.,age 24, $165/15. 66. THOMAS, James, age 20, $60/20.
27. HUTCHINSON, Jas. E.,age 23, $140/20. 67. TOWNSEND, Francis M., age 18,
28. HAMMOCK, Samuel, age 19, $100/8. $60/20.
29. HAGAN, Francis R., age 29, $200/15. 68. TOWNSEND, Columbus, age 22,
30. HARN, Henry, age 21, $100/10. $125/7.
31. JACKSON, Thos. B., age 30, $125/3. 69. TATUM, Robert, age 26, $150/15.
32. JACKSON,'Drury, age 28, $100/3. 70. WILSON, John, age 23, $135/15.
33. FRIER, James J., age 28, $80/7. 71. WINGATE, Rich'd, age 23, $70.2.
34. KNIGHT, John, age 36, $125/8. 72. WELLS, Israel S.,age 19,$100/10
35. KERSEY, Libourn, age 40, $75/5. 73. WABMSLY, Lewis W., age 21,
36. KIRKLIN, Elijah S.,age 38, $140/3. $150/12.
37. McMAIN, L. Quincy, age 19, $110/15. 74. WILLIAMS, Wi., age 18, $125/15.
38. McMAIN, William, ae 18, $160/20.
39. MOBLEY, Ransom, agae 28, $140/7.
40. MONROE, Thos., age 19, $102/2.


Pages 38-39:

Muster Roll of Captain William H. Kendrick's Company .... called into service
of the State of Florida under the order of his Excellency, James E. Broane at
Fort Munroe (the place of general rendezvous) on the 28 Day of August 1856 to
serve the term of six months, unless sooner discharge; fran the 28th day of
August 1856 (when mustered) to the 6th day of December 1856.









Vol. 6, pp 38-39, cont'd

The muster was certified as accurate on 6 December 1856 at Tampa, Fla., by
William H. KENDRICK, Captain, Commanding the Company, and by Jesse CARTER,
Special Agent, who discharged the company ("honorably") fran the service of
the State of Florida, stating that pay was due fram the date of enrollment.

William H. KENDRICK, Captain, age 32.
Nathaniel M. MOODY, 1st Lieut., age 41.
Morgan MIZELL, 2nd Lieut., age 35.

1. Thomas BRANCH, Sgt., age 23. 3. George W. WEEKS, Sgt., age 25.
2. Stephen D. HALL, Sgt., age 29. 4. Nathan BOYET, Sgt., age 20.

1. James F. BARNES, Corp'l, age 43. 3. John BOYET, Corp'l, age 44.
2. Joshua A. PLATT, Corp'l, age 26. 4. Daniel W. PINKSTON, Corp'l, age 21.

1. Edward BOYET, Bugler, age 41. 2. William R. OVERSTREET, Bugler,
3. James M. BATES, F. & B., age 45. age 27.

PRIVATES:

1. ALLEN, William E., age 25. 34. MOBLEY, Ransmn, age?
2. BATES, John M., age 25. 35. MATHEWS, William H., age ?
3. BATES, Robert J., age ? 36. MORRIS, James E., age ?
4. BATES, George W., age ? 37. MOODY, Enoch M., age ?
5. BISSET, George, age? 38. NETTLES, Isaac, age ?
6. BOYET, John G. B., age? 39. OSBURN, David, age ?
7. BRASSEL, Darling, age ? 40. PREVATT, Seth S., age ?
8. BRANCH, William T., age ? 41. POWELL, George M., age ?
9. CARTER, Jesse, age ? 42. PHELPS, Enoch B., age 33. This
10. CHAPMAN, Nathaniel F., age? name lined out and the rest of
11. COLEMAN, John, age ? names renumbered.
12. DOUGLAS, Daniel R., age ? 42. PLATT, John B., age ?
13. DRIGGERS, James J., age ? 43. RYALS, Daniel C., age ?
14. FRIER, James J., age ? 44. STAFFORD, George, age ?
15. GOLRICH, Peter, age ? 45. STAFFORD, William, age ?
16. HODWIN, Jacob, age ? 46. SYLVESTER, Eli, age ?
17. GREEN, John C., age? 47. SMITH, Andrew J., age ?
18. HAND, James H., age ? 48. SMITH, John, age 19.
19. HARN, Alonzo, age ? 49. SMITH, William, age 29.
20. HAGAN, Francis B., age? 50. SUMNER, Jesse C., age 40.
21. HARN, Henry, Junr., age ? 51. TUCKER, Thomas M., age 33.
22. HAMMOCK, Samuel, age ? 52. TUCKER, Edward D., age 26.
23. HARRIS, Joseph, age ? 53. TUCKER, Alonzo, age 21.
24. HALLIDAY, Edward B., age ? 54. TUCKER, Thomas R., age 44.
25. HARVEL, Edward M., age ? 55. TYNMER Jordan, age 44.
26. JACKSON, James W., age ? 56. THIGPEN, William H., age 26.
27. JACKSON, William S., age ? 57. TYNER, Jackson, age 24.
28. JACKSON, Thomas B., age ? 58. TYNER, Wilson, age 22.
29. JONES, Mathew E., age ? 59. THOMAS, James M., age 20.
30. KERSEY, Libourn, age? 60. THOMAS William, age 24.
31. KYLE, Christopher H., age ? 61. TUCKER, Lewis M., age 38.
32. KNIGHT, John, -, ? 62. TUCKER, Pleasant, age 31.
33. LANIER, Isaac, age ? 63. WELLS, Israel J., age 19.









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64. WAMSLEY, Lewis W., age 21. 67. WEEKS, Jacob, age. 40.
65. WILLIAMS, James M., age 21. 68. WINGATE, Richard, age 23.
66. WEEKS, Silas, age 18. 69. WILSON, John, ae 23.

CASUALTIES AND INLISTMENTS DURING THE TERM:

GOLD, John H., age 45; discharged for insubordination 9/24/1856 without pay.
O'NEIL, William D., age 22; discharged for inability 9/24/1856.
PHELPS, Enoch B., ge 33; discharged for inability 9/24/1856.
WATSON, William J., age 23; discharged without pay 8/30/1856.
WEEKS, Andrew J., age 23; discharged without pay 8/30/1856.

70. BUCKS, Richard W., recruited in place of Andrew J. WEEKS, 8/30/56.
71. GARRISON, William M., recruited in place of John H. GOLD, 9/24/56.
72. HUTCHINSON, James E., recruited in place of William D. O'NEIL, 9/24/56.
73. HARREL, John W., recruited in place of Enoch B. PHELPS, 9/14/56.
74. TUCKER, Jesse H., recruited in place of William J. WATSON, 8/30/56 and
discharged 11/6/1856 for mutinous behavior.



Pages 40-41:


Muster Roll of Captain William H. Kendrick's Independent Company of Florida
Mounted Volunteers, called into the service of the United States by Bvt. Gen'l
W. L. Harney, Col. 2nd Dragoons, under instructions fran the War Dept. (AGO)
Nov. 4, 1856 at Fort Brook, Fla. (place of general rendezvous) on the 6th Day
of December 1856 to serve for the term of six months, from the date of enroll-
ment unless sooner discharged; from the 6th Day of Decenber 1856 to the 6th Day
of June 1857. The Ccmpany was organized by Capt. William H. Kendrick at Fort
Broane, Fla. in the month of December and marched thence to Fort Brooke, Fla.,
a distance of forty miles.

The Campany was mustered in by General Jesse CARTER, Special Agent for the
State of Florida. The muster was certified as true and accurate on 6 June 1857
at Fort Brooke, Fla. by Wi. H. Kendrick, Captain commanding the Company, and
Francis N. Page, Asst. Adj. General. NOTE: The Muster Rolls shows names,
ranks, ages, and dollar value of horses/horse equipnents owned by the men of
the company.

1. William H. KENDRICK, Captain, age 32, $200/15.
2. Nathaniel M. MOODY, 1st Lieut., age 41, $165/10.
3. Thomas BARCO, 2nd Lieut., age 25, $200/15; promoted from Sergeant to 2nd
Lieut., 3/4/1857 vice MIZELL who was discharged at Ft. Myers 3/28/1857.

1. Stephen D. HALL, Sgt., age 29, $200/16.50; promoted to Ist Sgt. vice BARCO
who was pranoted.
2. Richard W. BUCK, Sgt., age 26, $130/15.
3. Christopher H. KYLE, Sgt., age 40, $120/4.
4. Henry HARN, Sgt., age 24, $100/10.








Vol. 6, pp 40-41, cont'd:

1. William THOMAS, Corporal, age 24, $125/15.
2. William H. THIGPEN, Corporal, age 26, $130/18.
3. Alonzo TUCKER, Corporal, age 21, $100/5.
4. Daniel R. DOUGLASS, Corporal, age 30, $125/8; promoted from Private to
Corporal 1/20/1857 vice BIRD, reduced in rank.

1. Nathan BOYET, Bugler, age 30, $80/4.
2. William STAFFORD, Bugler, age 25, $150/5.

1. Daniel H. RYALS, Farrier, age 40, $145/10.

PRIVATES:

1. ALLEN, William E., age 25, $140/6.
2. BIRD, Jackson, age 23, $130/8; reduced fran Corporal 1/20/1857.
3. BOYET, John, age 44, $160/5.
4. BOYET, J. G. Berry, age 19, $100/5.
5. BATES, John M., age 25, $85/2.
6. BRASSELL, Darling, age 21, $60/8; horse died 4/10/1857 bogged in Kissimmee
River, never remounted.
7. BRISSETT, George, age 44; $60/5.
8. BOYET, Edward, age 41, $100/8; horse died on enforced servcie 4/16/1857,
recounted same day.
9. BRANCH, William, age 22, $90/15.
10. BATES, Robert J., age 26, $60/5.
11. BARNES, James F., age 43, $115?5.
12. BROWNLOW, Benjamin, age 44, $85/6; horse died, crippled in crossing the
Kissinmee River 4/29/1857; not remounted.
13. BATES, George, age 30, $100/6.
14. BRASSELL, Green, age 27, $125/25.
15. BATES, James M., age 44, $80/10; horse shot, crippled on Scout March 3/12/
1857; renounted same day.
16. CARTER, Jesse, Junr., age 18, $100/5.
17. CARUTHERS, Andrew, age 20, $50/6.
18. CARUTHERS, Edward, age 21, $175/6.
19. DOUGLASS, William, age 20, $150/5.
20. DOUGLASS, Allen D., age 27, $75/20.
21. DRIGGERS, Jasper J., age 21, $125/10.
22. GOLRICH, Peter, age 40, $100/2.50.
23. GODWIN, Jacob, age 28, $150/5.
24. GREEN, John C., age 33, $140/12; horse died 5/1/1857 on a march, disease
unknown; not renountd.
25. HARN, Alonzo, age 23, $130/15.
26. HALLIDAY, Erwin B., age 24, $165/15.
27. HUTCHINSON, James E., age 23, $140/20.
28. HAMMOCK, Samuel, age 19, $100/8; dismounted frma 6 to 13 May 1857.
29. HAGAN, Francis B., age 29, $100/15.
30. JACKSON, Thomas B., age 30, $125/3.
31. JACKSON, Drury, age 28, $100/3.
32. FRIER, James J., age 28, $80/7.
33. KNIGHT,John, age 36, $125/8.
34. KERSEY, Libourn, age 40, $75/5.
35. KIRKLIN, Elijah J., age 38, $140/3; absent w/o leave for 15 days.








Vol. 6, pp 40-41, PRIVATES, cont'd:

36. McMAIN, P. Quincy, age 19, $100/15.
37. McMAIN, William, age 18, $160/20.
38. MOBLEY, Ransan, age 28, $140/7.
39. MONROE, Thomas, age 19, $102/2.
40. MEIZELL, Everett, age 40, $80/10.
41. MATHEWS, William W., age 25, $150/15.
42. MOODY, Enoch, age 32, $200/18.
43. NETTLES, William W., age 19, $80/2.
44. OSBORNE, David, age 45, $80/2; horse died June 3, 1857; not remounted.
45. PLATT, John B., age 22, $130/15.
46. PREVATT, Seth S., age 40, $80/5; dismounted June 3, 1857; not remounted.
47. PHELPS, Enoch B., age 33, $110/10.
48. PLATT, Joshua A., age 26, $85/3.
49. SYLVESTER, William, age 23, $135/18.
50. STAFFORD, George, age 44, $75/15.
51. SYLVESTER, Eli, age 25, $102/2.
52. SUMNER, Jesse C., age 40, $100/7.
53. SMITH, William, age 29, $200/8.
54. SMITH, Andrew, age 18, $50/2; dismounted from 1 to 11 May 1857.
55. SMITH, John, age 19, $50/3.
56. SMITH, Green, age 21, $140/10.
57. TUCKER, Edward, age ?, $125/2.
58. TUCKER, Thomas M., age ?, $85/2; horse died 6/1/1857 broken down; not re-
mounted.
59. TUCKER, Pleasant T., age 31, $150/5; dismounted 15 days, absent from 2/26
to 3/25/1857.
60. TUCKER, Thomas R., age 44, $135/4.
61. TYNER, Jackson, age 24, $100/3.
62. TYNER, Jordan, age 44, $85/7.
63. THOMAS, James, age 20, $60/20.
64. TOWNSEND, Francis M., age 18, $125/7; absent w/o leave from 12/8/1856 to
2/26/1857.
65. TATUM, Robert, age 26, $135/15.
66. WILSON, John, age 23, $70/2.
67. WINGATE, Richard, age 23, $150/20; horse died, choked to death 6/1/1857,
not remounted.
68. WELLS, Israel J., age 19, $100/10; dismounted from 3 to 5 June 1857.
69. WARMSLEY, Lewis W., age 20, $150/12.
70. WILLIAMS, William, age 18, $125/15.

DISCHARGED:

1. Morgan MEIZELL, age ?, $100/3; discharged w/o pay 2/20/1857 per G.O. No. 4,
Hdqtrs Dept, Fla., Fort Brooke.
2. William R. OVERSTREET, age ?, $125/10; discharged for insubordination HdQtr
Dept Florida, Fort Myers, Fla., 3/28/1857.

DESERTED:

1. Joseph TUCKER, age 23, $130/12; deserted 12/7/1856.
2. Lewis M. TUCKER, age 25, $75/6; deserted 12/7/1856.
3. Colu'bus M. TOWNSEND, age 22, $150/15; deserted 12/7/1856.









Vol. 6, cont'd

Pages 42-43

"Alphabetical List of Captain W. H. Kendrick's Indpendent Company of Mounted"
"Volunteers." March 27, 1857. NOTE: The foregoing is the only heading on
this list; the columns consist of (1) Number, (2) Name, (3) Rank, (4) Age, (5)
Date When Enrolled, and (6) Valuation of Horse/Horse Equipment.

1. William H. KENDRICK, Captain, 32; 27 June 1857; $$150/12.
1. Thomas BARCO, 1st Lieut., 23; 27 June 1857; $125/10.
1. William W. TUMBLIN, 2nd Lieut., age?; 29 June 1857; $130/12.

1. James E. HUTCHINSON, 1st Sgt., 23; 27 June 1857; $125/12.
2. Daniel R. DOUGLAS, Sgt., 30; 27 June 1857; $100/5.
3. William WHITE, Sgt., 36; 27 June 1857; $200/10.
4. Alonzo HARN, Sgt., 23; 27 June 1857; $130/10.

1. William STAFFORD, Corp'l, 25; 27 June 1857; $80/7.
2. Seth S. PREVATT, Corp'l, 40; 27 June 1857; $140/4.
3. John CARL, Corp'l, 22; 27 June 1857; $45/.50.
4. Jacob GODWIN, Corp'l; 28; 27 June 1857, $125/10.

1. John RYALS, Bugler, 18; 27 June 1857; $75/6.
2. Liberty E.LINCY, Bugler, 18; 27 June 1857; $60/8.

l.Daniel R. RYALS, Farrier, 40; 27 June 1857; $125/10.

PRIVATES:

1. BAXLEY, Willis, 19; 27 June 1857; $60/7
2. BACK, Richard W., 26; 27 June 1857; $125/12.
3. BISSETT, George, 44; 2 July 1857; valuation ?
4. BASS, Charles E., 20; 8 July 1857; $60/4.
5. BIRD, Jackson, 23; 10 July 1857; valuation blank.
6. BECK, Robert, 23; 10 July 1857; valuation blank.
7. BALLAD, Allen N., 25; 18 July 1857; valuation blank.
8. COLLINS, George W., 39; 27 June 1857; $50/10.
9. CARUTHERS, Edward, 21; 4 July 1857; $100/5.
10. CLARK, John J., 21; 15 July 1857; valuation blank.
11. DENNISON, James, 23; 27 June 1857; $130/10.
12. DRIGGERS, Jasper J., 21; 9 July 1857; $130/12.50.
13. DANIELS, Wiley R., 21; 8 July 1857; $60/7.
14. GOLRICH, Peter, 40; 27 June 1857; $100/8.
15. HARN, Henry, 24; 6 July 1857; $150/12.50.
16. HAMMOCK, James T., 21; 6 July 1857; $75/12.50.
17. JERKINS, Samuel, 20; 27 June 1857; $75/10.
18. JERKINS, Richard, 22; 27 June 1857; $75/11.
19. JERKINS, Robert G., 24; 8 July 1857;$100/22.50.
20. LONG, Thomas L., 18; 27 June 1857; $125/5.
21. LONG, Levi, 35; 27 June 1857; $100/7.
22. LENY (LUNY?), Nathaniel, 28; 27 June 1857, $100/7.
23. McDUFFY, Michael, 28; 27 June 1857; $125/10.
24. McCORMICK, Robert S., 38; 27 June 1857; $75/10.
25. MEADEWS, William T., 20; 8 July 1857; $100/4.









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26. MEADEWS, John, 20; 8 July 1857; $50/3.
27. MOBLEY, Michael, 27; 15 July 1857; valuation blank.
28. MOBLEY, Ransan, 28; 15 July 1857; valuation blank.
29. NOBLES, Bartimus, 18; 10 July 1857; valuation blank.
30. NOBLES, Richard, 49; 10 July 1857; valuation blank.
31. NEWMAN, Jeremiah, 40; 27 June 1857; $135/5.
32. OGLESBY, Benjamin, 25; 27 June 1857; $150/10.
33. PHILMEN, George Washington, 23; 27 June 1857; $80/3.
34. PHILMEN, Martin D., 23; 27 Jun 1857; $125/5.
35. PHILMEN, Darlington, 25; 27 June 1857; $150/7.
36. PARKER, William M., 20; 27 June 1857; $50/10.
37. PHILIPS, Gabriel L., 19; 10 July 1857; valuation blank.
38. PLATT, John B., 22; 14 July 1857; valuation blank.
39. RAULERSON, Andrew T., 26; 27 June 1857; $140/15.
40. RUSSELL, Richard R., 22; 27 June 1857; $145/5.
41. RIGGS, Joshua B. E., 22; 4 July 1857; valuation blank.
42. RIGGS, John W., 44; 4 July 1857; valuation blank.
43. RAULERSON, Moses, 27; 10 July 1857; valuation blank.
44. RYMER Alexander, 23; 8 July 1857; $75/4.50.
45. RENFROE, Nathaniel, 24; 16 July 1857; valuation blank.
46. STAFFORD, James, 19; 27 June 1857; $100/10.
47. STERNS, Samuel R., 18; 27 June 1857; $100/5.
48. SERVAN, Lewis, 19; 27 June 1857; $50/7.
49. SMITH, John, 19; 27 June 1857.; $60/10.
50. SPELMAN, John R., 37; 27 June 1857; $135/10.
51. SMITH, Andrew T., 18; 4 July 1857; valuation blank.
52. SYLVESTER, Eli, 25; 6 July 1857; $40/10.
53. STRICKLAND, William T., 24; 7 July 1857; $50/10.
54. SMITH, Henry A., 21; 8 July 1857; $60/5.
55. STRICKLAND, Isham, 18; 14 July 1857; valuation blank.
56. SMITH, Hardee A., 25; 15 July 1857; valuation blank.
57. TUCKER, Elijah A., 31; 27 June 1857; $30/9.
58. TERRELL, Samuel, 22; 29 June 1857; $57.50/10.
59. THIGPEN, William H., 26; 6 July 1857; $125/8.
60. TYNER, Simon, 27; 21 July 1857; valuation blank.
61. TYNER, Elijah, 21; 22 July 1857; valuation blank.
62. WILSON, Simon, 36; 27 June 1857; $70/1.50.


Pages 44-45:

Muster Roll of Captain W. H. Kendrick's Company of Florida Mounted Volunteers
mustered into the service of the United States June 27, 1857 at Fort Brooke,
Florida. This hand-drawn muster roll shows (1) Number, (2) Name, (3) Rank,
(4) Age, (5) Date Enrolled, (6) Value Horse/Equipment, and (7) Remarks.

1. William H. KENDRICK, Captain, age 32, 27 June 1857; $150/12.
2. Thomas BARO0, 1st Lt., age 23; 27 June 1857; $125/10.
3. William W. TUMBLIN, 2nd Lt., age blank; 29 June 1857; $130/12.
4. James E. HUTCHINSON, 1st Sgt., age 23; 27 June 1857; $125/12; WHK
5. Daniel R. DOUGLASS, 2d Sgt., age 30; 27 June 1857; $140/3; WHK
6. William WHIT, Sgt., age 36; 27 June 1857; $200/10.
7. Alonzo HARN, Sgt., age 23; 27 June 1857; $130/10; WHK









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8. William STAFFORD, Corp'l, age 25; 27 June 1857; $80/7; WHK
9. Seth G. PREVATT, Corp'l, age 40; 17 June 1857; $140/4; WHK
10. John CARL, Pvt., age 22; 27 June 1857; $45/1.50.
11. Geo. Washington PHILMON, Pvt., age 23, 27 June 1857; $80/3; A.D. Johnston's
12. Elijah A. TUCKER, Pvt., age 31; 27 June 1857; $30/9; McNeil's.
13. Jacob GODWIN, 4th Corp'l, age 28, 27 June 1857; $125/10; WHK.
14. Daniel R. RYALS, Ferrier, age 40; 27 June 1857; $125/10.
15. John RYALS, Bugler, age 18; 27 June 1857; $75/6.
16. Thoaas L. LOWNG, Pvt., age 18; 27 June 1857; $125/5.
17. Simon WILSON, Pvt., age 36, 27 June 1857; $70/1.50; Johnston's
18. James STAFFORD, Pvt., age 19, 27 June 1857; $100/10; Durrance's.
19. PETER GOLRICH, PVT., AGE 40; 27 JUNE 1857; $100/8; Durrance's.
20. Martin D. PHILMON, Pvt., age 23; 27 June 1857; $125/5.
21. Darlington PHILMON, Pvt., age 25; 27 June 1857; $150/7; Durrance's.
22. Samuel R. STORY, Pvt., age 18, 27 June 1857; $100/5.
23. Samuel JERKINS, Pvt., age 20; 27 June 1857; $75/10.
24. Richard JERKINS, Pvt., age 22; 27 June 1857; $75/4.
25. Lewis SERVAN, Pvt., age 19; 27 June 1857; $50/7.
26. Michael McDUFFY, Pvt., age 28; 27 June 1857; $125/10; Johnston's.
27. Robert J. McCORMICK, Pvt., age 28; 27 June 1857; $75/10.
28. Williaml M. PARKER, Pvt., age 20; 27 June 1857; $50/10.
29. John SMITH, Pvt., age 19; 27 June 1857; $60/10; WHK.
30. Willis BAXLEY, Pvt., age 19, 17 June 1857; $110/7; Durrance's.
31. Levi LONG, Pvt., age 35; 27 June 1857; $100/7; Durrance's.
32. Nathaniel LONG, Pvt., age 28; 27 June 1857; $100/7.
33. Liberty E. LONG, Bugler, age 18;27 June 1857; $60/8.
34. James DENISON, Pvt., age 23; 27 June 1857; $130/10; McNeil's.
35. Richard W. BACK, Pvt., age 26; 27 June 1857; $125/12; WHK.
36. Andrew J. RAULERSON, Pvt., age 26; 27 June 1857; $140/15; Durrance's.
37. George W. COLLINS, Pvt., age 39; 27 June 1857; $50/10.
38. Benjamin OGLESBY, Pvt., age 25; 27 June 1857; $150/10; Durrance's
39. John R. SPELMAN, Pvt., age 37; 27 June 1857; $135/10.
40. Jeremiah NEWMAN, Pvt., age 40; 27 June 1857; $135/5.
41. Samuel TERRILL, Pvt., age 22; 29 June 1857; $57.50/10; Mosley's.
42. Richard R. RUSSELL, Pvt., age 22; 29 June 1857; $145/5; Mosley's.
43. George BISSETT, Pvt., age 44; 2 July 1857; valuation blank; Mosley's.
44. Joshua B. E. RIGGS, Pvt., age 22; 4 July 1857; $100/12.*
45. John W. RIGGS, Pvt., age 44; 4 July 1857; $125/10.*
46. Andrew J. SMITH, Pvt., age 18; 4 July 18587; $80/10.*
*Appraised 27 July 1857 WHK.
47. Edward J. CARUTHERS, Pvt., age 21; 4 July 1857; $100/5; sorrel horse IstSgt
48. Henry HARN, Pvt., age 24; 6 July 1857; $150/12.50; light sorrel horse.
49. Eli SYLVESTER, Pvt., age 25; 6 July 1857; $40/10; brown pony, CM.
50. William H. THIGPEN, Pvt., age 26; 6 July 18587; $125/8; dark bay horse.
51. James T. HANCOCK, Pvt., age 21; 6 July 1857; $75/12.50.
52. William F. STRICKLAND, Pvt., age 24; 7 July 1857; $50/10; brown pony.
53. William J. MEADOWS, Pvt., age 20; 8 July 1857; $100/4.
54. John MEADOWS, Pvt., age 20; 8 July 1857; $50/3.
55. Robert G. JERKINS, Pvt., age 24; 8 July 1857; $100/22.50.
56. Alexander RYMER, Pvt., age 23; 8 July 1857; $75/4.50.
57. Wiley R. DANIELS, Pvt., age 21; 8 July 1857; $60/7.
58. Charles E. BASS, Pvt., age 20, 8 July 1857; $60/4.
59. Henry A. SMITH, Pvt., ag 21; 8 July 1857; $60/5; WHK.









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60. Jasper J. DRIGGERS, Pvt., age 21; ( July 1857; $130/12.50.
61. Jackson BIRD, Pvt., age 21; 10 July 1857; valuation blank.
62. Richard NOBLES, Pvt., age 49; 10 July 1857; $80/5; sorrel mare, black face.
63. Bartimus NOBLES, Pvt., age 18; 10 July 1857; $80/5; light sorrel horse.
64. Robert BECK, Pvt., age 23; 10 July 1857; valuation blank; sorrel mule.
65. Gabriel J. PHILLIPS, Pvt., age 19; 10 July 1857; $100/6; fever-sick.
66. Moses RAULERSON, Pvt., age 21; 10 July 1857; $70/7.
67. John B. PLATT, Pvt., age 22; 14 July 1857; $135/10.*
68. Isham STRICKLAND, Pvt., age 18; 14 July 1857; $75/3.*
69. Micajah MOBLEY, Pvt., age 29; 15 July 18857; $50/7.*
70. Ransom MOBLEY, Pvt., age 28; 15 July 1857; $95/12.*
71. John P. CLARK, Pvt., age 21; 15 July 1857; $80/10.*
72. Hardee A. SMITH, Pvt., age 25; 15 July 1857; valuation blank.
73. Nathaniel G. RENFROE, Pvt., age 24; 16 July 1857; $25/15.*
74. Allan N. BALLAD, Pvt., age 25; 18 July 1857; $125/8.*
75. Simeon TYNER, Pvt., age 27; 21 July 1857; valuation blank.
76. Elijah J.TYNER, Pvt., age 21; 22 July 1857; $135/1.*
77. Calaway PASSMORE, Pvt., age 22; 27 July 1857; $75/8*
78. Elijah GIBSON, Pvt., age 23; 27 July 1857; $125/15.*
79. Rigdon H. BROWN, Pvt., age 35; 27 July 1857; $130/10. *
80. Crawford BASS, Pvt., age 18; 1 Aug. 1857; $60/20.*
81. Alexander TINDALL, Pvt., age 35; 1 Aug. 1857; $60/10.*
82. Stephen CARRINER?, Pvt., age 32; 1 Aug. 1857; $45/7.*
*Appraised by Mr. Post & Mitchell on 27 July 1857.
83. William M. SAUNDERS, Pvt., age 23; 21 Aug. 1857; valuation blank.
84. John M. BRYANT, Pvt., age 18; 21 Aug. 1857; valuation blank.
85. Mier SANDERS, Pvt., age 19; 21 Aug. 1857; valuation blank.
86. Wiley SANDERS, Pvt., age 21; 21 Aug. 1857; valuation blank.
87. Frank WARREN, Pvt., age 24; 26 Aug. 1857; valuation blank.
88. William HALL, Pvt., age 35; 26 Aug. 1857; valuation blank.


Pages 46-47:

Discriptive Roll of Captain W. H. Kendrick's Campany of the Florida Mounted
Volunteers mustered into the Service on December 26, 1857. NOTE: This
hand-drawn company roll was listed by columns showing (1) Rank, (2) Name, (3)
Where born-town or county, (4) Where born-state or country, (5) Height by feet
and inches, (6) Color of Complection, color of eyes, color of hair, and (7)
Occupation.

Captain, William H. KENDRICK (no personal description).
1st Lieut. Thomas BARCO (no personal description).
2nd Lieut. William W. TUMBLIN (no personal description).
1st Sgt. James E. HUTCHINSON, Alachua, FL; 5"8", fair-blue-dark; teacher?
Sgt. Daniel R. DOUGLAS, Telfair, GA; 6'0"; fair-blue-fair; farmer.
Sgt. William WHITE, Collington, SC; 5'11"; red-blue-light; occupation ?
Sgt. Alonzo HARN, Alachua, FL; 5'6"; dark-hazel-auburn; farmer.
Cpl. William STAFFORD, Alabama; 6'1"; ruddy-grey-dark; farmer.
Cpl. John CARL, Sumter, GA; 5'6"; ruddy-grey-fair; farmer.
Cpl. Jacob GODWIN, Burke, GA; 5'9"; light-grey-fair; merchant.
Bugler, John RYELS, Madison, FL; 4'5"; dark-brown-black; farmer.
Bugler, Liberty E. LONG, Columbia, FL; 5'4"; light-black-dark; farmer.









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NOTE Parts of this roll were too indistinct to read.

Farrier, Daniel R. RYELS, Burke, GA; 5'7"; dark-black-black; farmer.
Pvt. BAXLEY, William, Appling, GA; 5'8"; fair-blue-fair; farmer.
Pvt. BACK, Richard W., Lenore, NC; 5'10"; light-grey-dark; farmer.
Pvt. BRISSETT, George E., Cleveland, OH; 5'5"; dark-blue-grey; farmer.
Pvt. BASS, Charles E., Erwin, GA; 5'6"; fair-blue-dark; joiner.
Pvt. BIRD, Jackson, Liberty, GA; 5'1"; light-blue-dark; farmer.
Pvt. BECK, Robert, Houston, GA; 5'8"; light-blue-dark; farmer.
Pvt. COLLINS, George W., Wayne, NC; light-dark-light; farmer.
Pvt. CARUTHERS, Edward S., Burke, GA; 5'7"; light-blue-fair; farmer.
Pvt. DRIGGERS, Jasper, McIntosh, GA; 5'7"; light-blue-fair; farmer.
Pvt. DANIELS, Wiley R., Dale, AL; 5'9"; light-blue-light; farmer.
Pvt. GOLRICH, Peter, Leatrin, Ireland; 5'7"; dark-dark-dark; farmer.
Pvt. HARN, Henry, Alachua, FL; 6'2"; fair-blue-black; farmer.
Pvt. HANOOCK, James P., Irvin, GA; 6'0"; light-hazel-light; farmer.
Pvt. McCRANY, Duncan, McIntosh, GA; 6'0"; dark-?-black; farmer.
Pvt. JERKINS, Samuel, Dooly, GA; 5'10"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
Pvt. JERKINS, Richard, Dooly, GA; 5'9"; fair-dark-black; farmer.
Cpl. JERKINS, Robert G., Dooly, GA; 6'2"; dark-blue-black; farmer.
Pvt. LONG, Thomas L, Liberby, GA; 5'5"; fair-black-black; farmer.
Pvt. LONG, Levi, Buford, SC; 5'10"; ruddy-blue-brown; farmer.
Pvt. LONG, Nathaniel, Buford, SC; 5'8"; ruddy-blue-brown; farmer.
Pvt. McDUFFY, Michael, Sligo, Ireland; 5'6"; light-blue-black; farmer.
Pvt. McCORMICK, Robert S., Buckingham, VA; 6'2"' dark-hazel-black; farmer.
Pvt. MEADOWS, William P., Henry, AL; 5'8"; fair-blue-dark; farmer.
Pvt. MEADOWS, John, Henry, AL; 5'7"; dark-black-dark; farmer.
Pvt. NOBLES, Bartemus, Camden, GA; 5'6"; fair-blue-fair; farmer.
Pvt. NOBLES, Richard, Camden, GA; 5'7"; ruddy-blue-grey; farmer.
Pvt. NEWMAN, Jeremiah, Limerick, Ireland; 5'5"; dark-blue-grey; farmer.
Pvt. OGLESBY, Benjamin, Houston, GA; '?"?; dark-blue-black; farmer.
Pvt. PHILMON, George W., FL; 5'10" (rest not readable).
Pvt. PHILMON, Martin D., Gadsden, FL; 5'9"; ruddy-blue-brown; farmer.
Pvt. PHILMON, Darlington, Columbia, FL; 5'8"; light-blue-brown; farmer.
Pvt. PARKER, William M., ? GA; 6'1"; ruddy-blue-fair; farmer.
Pvt. RAULERSON, Andrew, Aplin? GA; 6'4"; light-blue-?; farmer.
Pvt. RUSSELL, Richard R., Bullock, GA; 5'8"; fair-blue-fair; farmer.
Pvt. RIGGS, Joshua B. E., born ?; 5'9"; light-blue-dark; farmer.
Pvt. RIGGS, John W., Bullock, GA; 5'8"; fair-blue-fair; farmer.
Pvt. RYMER, Alexander, born ?; 5'9"; light-blue-light; farmer.
Pvt. STAFFORD, James, Alachua, FL; 5'1"; ? -hazel-fair; farmer.
Pvt. STORY Samuel L., born? NC; 5'4"; fair -? -?; farmer.
Pvt. STERRAN, Louis, Dooly, GA; 5'11"; ?-?-?; farmer.
Pvt. SMITH, John, Columbia, FL; 5'5"; fair-hazel-fair; farmer.
Pvt. SMITH, Andrew, Colunbia, FL; 5'6"; fair-hazel-fair; farmer.
Pvt. SYLVESTER, Eli, Liberty, GA; 5'6"; ruddy-hazel-brown; farmer.
Pvt. STRICKLAND, William T., (rest of description blank).
Pvt. SMITH, Henry A., Sunpter, GA; 5'8"; ruddy-hazel-brown; farmer.
Pvt. TUCKER, Elijah A., Upson, GA; 5'8"; fair-brown-brown; farmer.
Pvt. TERRELL, Samuel, Liberty, GA; 5'6"; light-black-black; farmer.
Pvt. THIGPEN, William H., Duval, FL; 5'5" (rest unreadable).
Pvt. WILSON, Simon, Tatnal, GA; 5'9"; ruddy-blue-dark; farmer.
Pvt. MOBLY, Ransom, Hamilton, FL; 6'3"; light-?-light; farmer.









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Pvt. BALLAD, Allan N., GA; 6'6"; fair-grey-dark; farmer.
Pvt. CLARK, John P., Camden, GA; 5'2"; fair-blue-dark: farmer.
Pvt. MOBLY, Micajah, Hamilton, FL; 6'1"; fair-blue-drk; farmer.
Pvt. PHILLIPS, Gabirel S., Dale, AL; 6'2"; fair-blue-black; farmer.
Pvt. PLATT, John B., Lowndes, GA; 5'11"; ruddy-blue-brown; farmer.
Pvt. ROBERSON, Moses, Alachua, FL; 5'11"; ruddy-grey-brown; farmer.
Pvt. RENFROE, Nathaniel G., Jefferson, FL; 5'6" (rest not readable).
Pvt. STRICKLAND, Isham, GA; (rest not readable).
Pvt. TYNER, Simeon, Duval, FL; 5'4"; fair-grey-dark; farmer.
Pvt. TYNER, Elijah J., Alac? FL; 5'11"; fair-blue-?; ?
Pvt. PASSMORE, Calaway, NC; 5'9"; ruddy-blue-dark; ?
Pvt. GIBSON, Elijah, Pike, GA; 5'9" ruddy-blue-dark; ?
Pvt. BROWN, Rigdon H., Camden, GA; 5'7"; light-blue-glack; ?
Pvt. BASS, Crawford, Dooly, GA; 5'1"; fair-hazel-?; ?
Pvt. TINDALL, Alexander, born?, 5'1"; light-blue-dark; ?
Pvt. CARRARAS, Stephen, St. Johns, FL; 5'8"; dark-dark-dark; farmer.
Pvt. SANDERS, William M., Lowndes, GA; 5'8"; ruddy-blue-brown; farmer.
Pvt. BRYANT, John M., Hamilton, FL; 5'8"; fair-grey-brown, farmer.
Pvt. SANDERS, Mier (rest not readable).
Pvt. SANDERS, Wiley (rest not readable).
Pvt. WARREN, Frank, Northampton, England, 5'7"; blue-fair-fair; ?
Pvt. HALL, William, McIntosh, GA; 5'10"; blue-brown-fair; ?
Pvt. CURRY, Granville, Marion, FL; 5'6"; fair-hazel-brown; farrier.
Pvt. PATRICK, James, Camden, GA; 5'8"; fair-dark-dark; farmer.


Pages 48-49

Muster Roll of Captain William H. Kendrick's Independent Campany of Mounted
Florida Volunteers, called into service of the United States by Col Gustavus
Locmis, 5th Regt. Inf, under instructions of the War Dept. (A.G.O.) 4 November
1856 at Fort Brooke, Ffla. (the place of general rendezvous) on the 27th day of
June 1857 to serve for the term of six months, frcm the date of enrollment, un-
less sooner discharged; from the 27th day of June 1857 when enrolled to the
26th day of December 1857.

This muster roll was certified to be true and accurate on 26th December 1857
at Fort Brooke, Fla., by Wm. H. Kendrick, Captain, Commanding the Campany and
by V. W. F. SOLOMON, Mustering Officer, who discharged the company the follow-
ing day. NOTE: The men of the company were listed (1) by Number, (2) by
rank, (3) by Age, and (4) by appraised dollar value of horses/horse equipment.

1, William H. KENDRICK, Captain, age 32; $150/12.
1. Thcmas BARCO, 1st Lieut., age 23; $125/10.
1. William W. TLMBLIN, 2nd Lieut., age 29; $130/12.

1. James E. HUTCHISON, 1st Sgt., age 27; $125/12.
2. Daniel R. DOUGLAS, Sgt., age 30; $100/5.
3. William WHITE, Sgt., age 36; 200/10.
4. Alonzo HARN, Sgt., age 23; $130/10.

1. William STAFFORD, Corporal, age 25; $80/7.
2. Robert G. JERKINS, Corporal, age 24; $100/22.50.









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3. John CARL, Corporal, age 22; $45/1.50.
4. Jacob GODWIN, Corporal, age 28; $125/10.
1. John RYELS, Bugler, age 18; $75/6/
2. Liberty E. LONG, Bugler, age 18; $60/8.
1. Daniel A. RYELS, Farrier, age 40, $125/10.

PRIVATES

1. BAXLEY, Willis, age 19; $60/7.
2. BACK, Richard W., age 26; $125/12.
3. BRISSETT, George, age 44; no dollar value shown.
4. BASS, Charles, age 20; $60/4.
5. BIRD, Jackson, age 23; no dollar value shown.
6. BECK, Robert, age 23; no dollar value shown.
7. BALLAD, Allen N., age 25; $125/8.
8. BROWN, Rigdon H., age 35; $138/10.
9. BASS, Crawford, age 18; $60/20.
10. BRYANT, John M., age 18; no dollar value shown.
11. CLARK, John J., age 21; $80/10.
12. CARRARERS,Stephen, age 32; $45/7.
13. CURRY,Granville, age 19; no dollar value shown.
14. COLLINS, George W., age 39; $50/10.
15. CARUTHERS, Edward J., age 21; $100/5.
16. DRIGGERS, Jasper J., age 21; $130/12.50.
17. DANIELS, Wiley R., age 21; $60/7.
18. GOLRICH, Peter, age 40; $100/8.
19. GIBSON, Elijah, age 25; $125/15.
20. HALL, William, age 35; no dollar value shown.
21. HARN, Henry, age 24; $150/12.50.
22. HANCOCK, James F., age 21; $75/12.50.
23. JERKINS, Samuel, age 20; $75/10.
24. JERKINS, Richard, age 22; $75/4.
25. LONG, Thomas S., age 18; $125/5.
26. LONG, Levi, age 35; $100/7.
27. MOBLY, Ransan, age 28; $95/12.
29. MOBLY, Micajah, age 27; $50/7.
30. McCRANY, Duncan, age 31; no dollar value shown.
31. McDUFFY, Michael, age 28; $125/10.
32. McOORMICK, Robert S., age 38; $75/10.
33. MEADOWS, William J., age 20; $100/4.
34. MEADOWS, John, age 20; $50/3.
35. NOBLES, Bartemus, age 18; $80/5.
36. NOBLES, Richard, age 49; $80/5.
37. NEWMAN, Jeremiah, age 40; $135/5.
38. OGLESBY, Benjamin, age 25; $150/10.
39. PHILLIPS, Gabriel J., age 19; $100/6.
40. PLATT, John B., age 22; $135/10.
41. PASSMORE, Calaway, age 22; $75/8.
42. PATRICK, James, age 19; no dollar value shown.
43. PHILMON, George W., age 23; $80/3.
44. PHILMON, Martin D., age 23; $125/5.
45. PHILMON, Darlington, age, 25; $150/7.
46. PARKER, William M., age 20; $50/10.









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47. RAULERSON, Moses, age 27; $70/7.
48. RENFROE, Nathaniel, age 24, $125/15.
49. RAULERSON, Andrew J., age 26; $140/15.
50. RUSSELL, Richard R., age 22; $145/5.
51. RIGGS, Joshua B. E., age 22; $100/12.
52. RIGGS, John W., age 44; $125/10.
53. RYMER, Alexander, age 23; $75/4.50.
54. STAFFORD, James, age 19 $100/10.
55. STORY, Samuel R., age 18; $100/5.
56. SERVAN, Lewis, age 19; $50/7.
57. SMITH, John, age 19; $60/10.
58. SYLVESTER, Eli, age 25; $40/10.
59. STRICKLAND, William F., age 24; $50/10.
60. SMITH, Henry A., age 21; $60/5.
61. STRICKLAND, Isham, age 18; $75/3.
62. SMITH, Rene J., age 45; horse died 12/25/1857, disease unknown; not re-
mounted. This man was mustered into service as Hardee A. SMITH.
63. SANDERS, William M., age 21; no dollar value shown.
64. SANDERS, Mier, age 19; "
65. SANDERS, Wiley, age 21; "
66. SMITH, Andrew J., age 18; $90/10.
67. TUCKER, Elijah A., age 31; $30/4.
68. TERRILL, Samuel, age 22; $58.50/10.
69. TYNER, Simeon, age 27; no dollar value shown.
70. TYNER, Elijah J., age 21; $135/1.
71. TINDALL, Alexander, age 35; $60/10.
72. THIGPEN, William H., age 26; $125/8.
73. WILSON, Simon, age 36; $70/1.50.
74. WARREN, Frank, age 24; no dollar value shown.

DISCHARGED:

1. Seth S. PREVATT, Corporal, age 40; $140/4; discharged for disability,
8/27/1857 at Ft. Brooke.
2. James DENNISON, Private, age 23; $130/15; discharged for disability,
8/31/1857 at Ft. Brooke.
3. John R. SPELMAN, Private, age 37; $135/10; discharged 8/25/1957 for
disabiltiy at Ft. Brooke.


Pages 50-51

Descriptive Roll of Captain William H. Kendrick's Independent Company of
Florida Mounted Volunteers Mustered in at Fort Brooke, Fla., on 11 Jan. 1858.

NOTE: This handwritten muster roll was divided into colunns as follows:
(1) Rank, (2) Name, (3) Where Born (City/County/State/Country), (4) Height
(feet, inches); (5) Color (Complexion, Eyes, Hair) and (6) Occupation.

Captain, William H. KENDRICK, Twiggs, GA; 5'7"; fair-dark-dark; farmer.
1st Lt., Thomas BARCO, Camden, GA; 6'2"; fair-hazel-dark; farmer.
2d Lt., William TUMBLIN, Camden, GA; 6'2-1/2", fair-grey-light; farmer.
1st Sgt., James E. HUTCHISON, Duval, FL; no further description)










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Sgt. George PHILMON, Alachua, FL; 5'10"; fair-grey-dark; bee hunter.
Sgt. Henry HARN, Alachua, FL; 5'11"; fair-blue-dark; farmer.
Sgt. Sherod EDWARDS, no further description.
Cpl. Alonzo HARN, Alachua, FL; 5'9", fair-dark-dark; farmer.
Cpl. John W. PLATT, Loundes, GA; 5'10", fair-blue-light; farmer.
Cpl. Richard R. RUSSELL, no further description.
Cpl. Jacob GODWIN, Madison, FL; 5'5"; dark-blue-black; merchant.
Bugler, Robert HAYES, Early, GA; 6'4"; fair-hazel-black; farmer.
Bugler, William M. PARKER, Pike, AL; 6'1"; fair-grey-black, farmer.

PRIVATES:

CURRY, Jackson, Columbia, FL; 5'7"; dark-black-black; farmer.
CURRY, Zory P., Columbia, FL; 5'6"; dark-black-black; farmer.
CAMPBELL, John, Newark, NJ; 5'6-3/4"; fair-blue-black; laborer.
COOPER, Isham, Ware, GA; 5'9"; fiar-blue-black; farmer.
DRIGGERS, Henry W., Loundes, GA; 5'1", fair-blue-black; farmer.
DRIGGERS, Mathew, McIntosh, GA; 5'7"; fair-blue-black; farmer.
DRIGGERS, Abel L., McIntosh, GA; 5'2"; fair-blue-black; farmer.
DRIGGERS, Jasper P., McIntosh, GA; 5'6"; fair-blue-black; farmer.
DRIGGERS, William H., McIntosh, GA; 5'1"; fair-blue-black; farmer.
DRIGGERS, James A., McIntosh, GA; 5'5"; fair-black-black; farmer.
DUKE, Nathaniel B., Wilkinson, GA; 5'7-1/4"; fair-grey-auburn; painter.
DAWSON, Joseph A., no further description.
GILLIE, Angus, Marion, SC; 5'9"; fair-dark-black; fiddler.
GREEN, Samuel L., no further description.
GODWIN, Samuel, Ware, GA; 5'6"; light-grey-light; farmer.
GAY, Theophilus N., Dooley, GA; 61"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
GOLRICH, Peter, Limrick, Ireland 5'3" fair-hazel-black; soldier.
HENDRY, James M., Thomas, GA; 5'3"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
HIGH, Michael, no further description.
HALL, William, McIntosh, GA; 6'1"; fair-light-grey; farmer.
HARN, James, Alachua, FL; 5'9"; fair-hazel-dark; farmer.
HENDRY, Archibald, "dis" (discharged?) no further description.
IVEY, Francis A., Alachua, FL; 5'8"; fair-grey-auburn; farmer.
IVEY, James P., no further description.
JONES, John, Lawrence, GA; 5'1"; fair-black-light; farmer.
JACKSON, Benjamin F., Escambia, FL; 5'8"; fair-light-light; farmer.
JOHNS, James R., no further description.
JONES, Waren, Irvin, GA; 5'1"; fair-hazel-light; farmer.
KIRTLIN,James, Bulloch, GA; 5'5"; fair-blue-auburn; farmer.
LANGFORD, John, no further description.
LANGFORD, George, Loundes, GA; 6'2"; fair-blue-auburn; farmer. (Corporal was
inserted before his name.)
LANGFORD, James, Bulloch, GA; 6'0"; fair-black-black; farmer.
LAMB, Crany, Laurens, GA; 6'3"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
McDUFFY, Michael, no further description.
MOBLEY, Micajah, Hamilton, FL; 6'2"; fair-grey-dark; farmer.
MOSLEY, William J., Montgomery, GA; 6'2"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
McLEOD, John B., no further description.
McCRANY, Duncan, no further description.
MASTERS, Lawrence A., St. Johns, FL; 5'9"; dark-blue-black; farmer.
NOBLES, James T., Wayne, GA; 5'4"; fair-blue-light; farmer.









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OGLESBY, George E., Twiggs, GA; 5'11"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
OGLESBY, William, Twiggs, GA; 5'10"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
PHILMON, Darlington, no further description.
PREVATT, Seth S., Loundes, GA; 6'0"; dark-black-black; carpenter.
PATRICK, John A., Camden, GA; 5'2"; fair-hazel-light; farmer.
REED, Alfred, "dead", no further description.
RIGGS, Joshua D., Lanier, GA; 5'8"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
SMITH, Andrew P., Alachua, FL; 5'4"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
SMITH, John, Columbia, FL; 5'3"; fair-blue-light; farmer.
SHARPTON, Sylvanus, Guinnet, GA; 6'1"; fair-black-black; farmer.
SUMMERALL, Allen, no further description.
STAFFORD, William, no further description.
THOMPSON, Solcmon, Montgomery, GA; 6'2", fair-blue-light; farmer.
TERRILL, George W., Meriwether, GA; 6'0"; fair-grey-light; farmer.
WHITE, Willialm, Collyton, SC; 5'11"; fair-hazel-light; farmer.


Pages 52-53

Muster Roll of Captain Wn. H. Kendrick's Company of Florida Mounted Volunteers
mustered into service on 11 January 1858. NOTE: This muster shows (1) Name,
(2) Rank, (3) Age, (4) Date of Muster, (5) Dollar Value of Horse(s)/Equipnent.

1. Wm. H. KENDRICK, Capt., age?, 1/11/58; $225/20.
2. Thomas BARCO, Ist Lt., 24; 1/11/58; $175/8.
3. William W. TUMBLIN, 2d Lt; 36; 1/11/58;$160/17.
4. James E. HUTCHISON, Is Sgt., 22; 1/11/58; $150/20.
5. George W. PHILMON, Sgt., 24; 1/11/58; $125/3.
6. Henry HARN, Sgt., 24; 1/11/58; $150/20.
7. Sherrod EWARDS, Sgt., 45; 1/11/58; $125/20.
8. Alonzo HARN, Cpl., 24; 1/11/58; $150/10.
9. John W. PLATT, Cpl., 24; 1/11/58; $150/10.
10. Richard R. RUSSELL, Cpl., 24; 1/11/58; $150/20.
11. Jacob GODWIN, Cpl, 28; 1/11/58; $150/2.
12. Robert HAYES, Bugler, 30; 1/11/58; $125/12.
13. William M. BARKER, Bugler, 20; 1/11/58; $150.25.
14. Henry S.PURFIELD, Pvt., 30; 1/11/58; $125/15.
15. Seth S. PREVATT, Pvt., 45; 1/11/58; $150/10.
16. Michael McDUFFY, Pvt., 35; 1/11/58; $80/8.
17. Alfred REED, Pvt., 22; 1/11/58; $200/8.
18. Angus GILLIS, Pvt., 28; 1/11/58; $160/10.
19. William STAFFORD, Pvt., 25; 1/11/158; $175/25.
20. Eli JERNIGAN, Pvt., 25; 1/11/58; $100/4.
21. Jackson CURRY, Pvt., 18; 1/11/58; $125/20
22. George WILLCOX, Pvt., 24; 1/11/58; $185/15.
23. Jeptha R. HARRISON, Pvt., 20; 1/11/58; $140/5.
24. James KIRTLIN, Pvt., 24; 1/11/58; $175/10.
25. Benjamin OGLESBY, Pvt., 25; 1/11/58; $185/25.
26. Simon WILSON, Pvt., 38; 1/11/58; $75/2.
27. Henry W. DRIGGERS, Pvt., 19; 1/11/58; $75/10.
28. Micajah MOBLEY, Pvt., 27; 1/11/58; $150/25.
29. Mathew DRIGGERS, Pvt., 22, 1/11/58; $125/5.
30. Joshua DRIGGERS, Pvt., 21; 1/11/58; $140/15.









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31. Darlington PHILMON, Pvt., 27; 1/11/58; $150/15.
32. James M. HENDRY, Pvt., 19; 1/11/58; $100/2.
33. Joseph H. DAWSON, Pvt., 32; 1/11/58; $60/20.
34. George OGLESBY, Pvt., 24; 1/11/58; $175/8.
35. Zory J. CURRY, Pvt., 23; 1/11/58; $100/10.
36. Michael HIGH, Pvt., 36; 1/11/58; $100/10.
37. Crany LAMB, Pvt., 40; 1/11/58; $100/5.
38. John CAMPBELL, Pvt., 23; 1/11/58; $75/5.
39. Abel S. DRIGGERS, Pvt., 19; 1/11/58; $140/10.
40. Jasper J. DRIGGERS, Pvt., 30; 1/11/58; $150/5.
41. William HALL, Pvt., 30; 1/11/58; $150/8.
42. Francis A. IVEY, Pvt., 27; 1/11/58; $200/10.
43. William OGLESBY, Pvt., 24; 1/11/58; $100/8.
44. George W. HENDRY, Pvt., 26; 1/11/58; $160/10.
45. Solcmon THOMPSON, Pvt., 21; 1/11/58; $100/5.
46. John P. PHILLIPS, Pvt., 21; 1/11/58; $175/25.
47. William J. MOSELEY, Pvt., 23; 1/11/58; $160/20.
48. James T. NOBLES, Pvt., 21; 1/11/58; $150/5.
49. Samuel L. GREEN, Pvt., 22; 1/11/58; $75/10.
50. Isham COOPER, Pvt., 30; 1/11/58; $175//7.
51. John B. McLEOD, Pvt., 21; 1/11/58; $125/20.
52. John JONES, Pvt., 23; 1/11/58; $175/15.
53. John LANGFORD, Pvt., 36; 1/11/58; $100/10.
54. Williaml N. PHILLIPS, Pvt., 18; 1/11/58; $140/10.
55. Andrew J. SMITH, Pvt., 17; 1/11/58; $100/15.
56. John SMITH, Pvt., 20; 1/11/58; $100/7.
57. Samuel GODWIN, Pvt., 27; 1/11/58; $150/10.
58. Sylvanus SHARPTON, Pvt., 23; 1/11/58; $200/15.
59. George LANGFORD, Pvt., 23; 1/11/58; $150/10.
60. William TYLER, Pvt., 35; 1/11/58; $150/15.
61. James LANGFORD, Pvt., 20; 1/11/58; $150/5.
62. Theopholus N. GAY, Pvt., 24; 1/11/58; $175/15.
63. William H. WRIGHT, Pvt., 41; 1/11/58; $180/10.
64. Duncan McCRANY, Pvt., 30; 1/11/58; $140/10.
65. Peter GOLRICH, Pvt., 33; 1/11/58; no value stated.
66. James HARN, Pvt., 23; 1/12/58; no value stated.
67. Benjamin F. JACKSON, Pvt., 35; 1/12/58; no dollar value stated.
68. James J. IVEY, Pvt., 28; 1/15/58; $100/20.
69. Malachia BIRD, Pvt., 25; 1/15/58; $200/10.
70. Allen SUMMERALL, Pvt., 19; 1/15/58; $140/s5.
71. James R. JONES, Pvt., 23; 1/15/58; $150/5.
72. Isham LLOYD, Pvt., 23; 1/15/58; $175/10.
73. William WHITE, Pvt., 37; 1/18/58; $200/10.
74. Nathaniel B. DUKE, Pvt., 35; 1/18/58; $100/10.
75. William H. DRIGGERS, Pvt., 25, 1/23/58; $100/15.
76. James A. DRIGGERS, Pvt., 29; 1/23/58; $170/15.
77. Archibald HENDRY, Pvt., 24; 1/19/58; no dollar value stated.
78. John A. PATRICK, Pvt., 19; 2/9/58; $125/10.
79. George W. TERRILL, Pvt., 21; 2/9/58; $175/8.
80. Joseph JERNIGAN, Pvt., 42; 2/9/58; no dollar value stated.
81. Laurence A. MASTERS, Pvt., 23; 2/9/58; $150/10.
82. Warren JONES, Pvt., 19; 2/10/58; $150/5.










Vol. 6, Pages 54-55:

Pages 54-55

Muster Roll of Captain William H. Kendrick's Company of Florida Mounted Volun-
teers called into the service of the United States by Col. Gustavius Loomis
under instructions of the War Dept. (AGO) December 22, 1857 to serve for the
term of six months frma the date of enrollment, unless sooner discharged, fram
the llth day of January 1858.

The Company was mustered at Fort Brooke, Fla. and the this Muster Roll was
certified as true and accurate and "that each man answers to his own proper
name in person" by Wn. H. Kendrick, Capt., Commanding the Company.

M. Post, Warden D. Kendrick and O. B. Hart, Appraisers, certified on oath
before Francis N. Page, Asst. Adj. Gen'l & Mustering Officer that the figures
"set opposite each name" (valuation of horses and horse equipment) at
enrollemnt were accurate "according to our honest, impartial judgement."

On the same date and place, Francis N. Page, Asst. Admt. Gen'l certified the
Muster and valuation of horses/horse equipment to be accurate and just.

The roll was enscribed as follows (1) name, (2) rank, (3) age, (4) Dollar
Valuation of Horse/Horse Equipment:

1. Willam H. KENDRICK, Captain, age 33, $225/20.
1. Thomas BARCO, 1st Lieut., age 24, $175/8.
2. William W. TUMBLIN, 2d Lieut., age 36, $160/17.

1. James E. HUTCHCISON, 1st Sgt., age 22, $150/20.
2. George W. PHILMON, Sgt., age 24, $125/3.
3. Henry HARN, Sgt., age 24, $150/20.
4. Sherrod EDWARDS, Sgt., age 45; $125/20.

1. Alonzo HARN, Corp'l, age 24; $150/10.
2. John W. PLATT, Corp'l, age 24; $150/10.
3. Richard R. RUSSELL, Corp'l, age 24; $150/20.
4. Jacob GODWIN, Corp'l, age 28; $125/12.

1. Robert HAYS, Bugler, age 20; $100/5.
2. William M. PARKER, Bugler, age 20; $150/25.

PRIVATES

1. BIRD, Malachia, age 25; $200/10.
2. CURRY, Jackson, age 18; $125/20.
3. CURRY, Zory T., age 20; $100/10.
4. CAMPBELL, John, age 23; $75/5.
5. COOPER, Isham, age 30; $175/7.
6. DRIGGERS, Henry, W., age 19, $75/10.
7. DRIGGERS, Mathew, age 22; $125/5.
8. DRIGGERS, Abel L., age 19; $140/10.
9. DRIGGERS, Jasper T., age 2?; $150/5.
10. DRIGGERS, William H., age 25; $100/15.
11. DRIGGERS, James A., age 27; $170/15.










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12. DUKE, Nathaniel B., age 38, $100/10.
13. DAWSON, Joseph A., age 32, $60/20.
14. GILLIS, Angus, age 28, $160/10.
15. GREEN, Samuel L., age 22; $75/10.
16. GODWIN, Samuel, age 27; $150/10.
17. GAY, Theophilus N., age 24; $175/15.
18. GOLRICH, Peter, age 33; no dollar value shown.
19. HARRISON, Jeptha R., age 20; $140/5.
20. HENDRY, James M., age 19; $100/2.
21. HIGH, Michael, age 36; $100/10.
22. HALL, William, age 30; $150/8.
23. HENDRY, George W., age 26; $160/10.
24. HARN, James, age 23; no dollar value shown.
25. HENDRY, Archibald, age 34; no dollar value shown.
26. IVEY, Francis A., age 27; no dollar value shown.
27. IVEY, James J., age 28; $200/10.
28. JERNIGAN, Eli, age 25; $100/20.
29. JONES, John, age 23; $100/4.
30. JACKSON, Benjamin F., age 35; no dollar value shown.
31. JONES, James R., age 23; $50/5.
32. JERNIGAN, Joseph, age 42; no dollar value shown.
33. JONES, Warren, age 19; $150/5.
34. KIRTLIN, James, age 24; $175/10.
35. LLOYD, Isham, age 23; $175/10.
36. LANGFORD, John, age 36; $100/10.
37. LANGFORD, George, age 23; $150/10.
38. LANGFORD, James, age 21; $150/5.
39. LAMB, Crany, age 40; $100/5.
40. McDUFFY, Michael, age 35; $80/10.
41. MOBLEY, Micajah, age 27; $150/25.
42. MOSLEY, Wm. J., age 23; $160/20.
43. McLEOD, John B., age 21; $125/20.
44. McCRANY, Duncan, age 30; $140/10.
45. MASTERS, Lawrence, age 23; $150/10.
46. NOBLES, James T., age 21; $150/5.
47. OGLESBY, Benjamin, age 25; $185/25.
48. OGLESBY, George, age 24; $175/8.
49. OGLESBY, William, age 24; $100/8.
50. PHILIPPS, John, age 21; $175/25.
51. PHILIPPS, W~. A., age 18; $140/10.
52. PHILMON, Darlington, age 27; $150/15.
53. PREVATT, Seth S., age 45; $150/10.
54. PURFIELD, Henry L., age 30; $125/15.
55. PATRICK, John A., age 19; $125/10.
56. REED, Alfred, age 22; $200/8.
57. RIGGS, Joshua P., age 21; $140/15.
58. SMITH, Andrew, age 17; $$100/15.
59. SMITH, John, age 20; $100/7.
60. SHARPTON, Sylvanus, age 2?; $200/15.
61. SUMMERALL, Alen, age 1?; $140/8.
62. STAFFORD, William, age 2?; $175/25.
63. THOMPSON, Solomon, age 2?, $100/5.
64. TYLER, William, age 3?; $150/15.










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65. TERRILL, George W., age 2?; $175/8.
66. WILCOX, George, age 2?; $185/15.
67. WILSON, Simon, age 3?; $75/2.
68. WHITE, William, age 3?; $200/10.
69. WRIGHT, William H., age 4?; $180/10.


Pages 56-57

Muster Roll of Captain William H. Kendrick's Independent Company of the
Florida Mounted Voluneers ordered into service of the United States by Col.
Gustavus Locmis, 5th Inf'y, under instructions of the War Dept. (AGO), Dec-
ember 22, 1857 from the llth day of January 1858 to the 10th day of May 1858.

On 10 May 1858 at Fort Brooke, Florida, W. H. Kendrick, Capt., Commanding the
Company, certified that the Muster Roll "exhibits the true state of the company
and that remarks set opposite the name of each officer and soldier are
accurate and just."

On the same date and place C. L. Kilbury(?) Captain & Mustering Officer certi-
fied that he had mustered and honorably discharged the Company.

NOTE: The valuations of horses and horse equipnents have been emitted by the
abstracter of this muster roll since such valuations have appeared in several
previous musters.

1. William H. KENDRICK, Capt., age 33.
1. Thomas BARCO, 1st Lieut., age 24; at Ft.Locmis from 2/6 to 2/20.
1. William W. TUMBLIN, 2nd Lieut., age 36; at Ft. Center frame 3/1 to 3/22.

1. James E. HUTCHISON, Sgt., age 22; horse died 3/20; remounted same day.
2. George W. PHILMON, Sgt., age 24.
3. Henry HARN, Sgt., age 24.
4. Alonzo HARN, Sgt., age 24.

1. George LANGFORD, Corp'l, age 23.
2. John W. PLATT, Corp'l, age 24.
3. Richard R. RUSSELL, Corp'l, age 24; absent without leave from 4/20 to 5/10.
4. Jacob GODWIN, Corp'l, age 28.

1. Robert HAYS, Bugler, age 20.
2. William M. PARKER, Bugler, age 20.

PRIVATES

1. CURRY, Jackson, age 18.
2. CURRY, Zory J., age 23; horse died 3/20/58; remounted same day.
3. CAMPBELL, John, age 23.
4. COOPER, Isahm, age 30.
5. DRIGGERS, Henry W., age 19.
6. DRIGGERS, Mathew, age 22.
7. DRIGGERS, Abel L., age 19.
8. DRIGGERS, Jasper J., age 21.










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9. DRIGGERS, William H., age 23.
10. DRIGGERS, James A/, age 27.
11. DUKE, Nathaniel B., age 38.
12. EDWSON, Joseph A., age 32.
13. EDWARDS, Sherod, age 45.
14. GILLIS, Angus, age 28.
15. GREEN, Samuel L., age 22.
16. GODWIN, Samuel, age 27.
17. GAY, Theopholis N., age 24.
18. GOLRICH, Peter, age 33.
19. HENDRY, James M., age 19.
20. HIGH, Michael, age 36.
21. HALL, William, age 30.
22. HENDRY, George W., age 26.
23. HARN, James, age 23.
24. IVEY, Francis A., age 27.
25. IVEY, James S., age 28.
26. JONES, John, age 23.
27. JACKSON, Benjamin F., age 35.
28. JOHNS, James R., age 23.
29. JONES, Waren, age 19.
30. KIRTLIN, James, age 24.
31. LANGFORD, John, age 36.
32. LANGFORD, James, age 21.
33. LAMB, Crany, age 40.
34. McDUFFY, Michael, age 35.
35. MOBLEY, Micajah, age 27.
36. MOSLEY, William S., age 23.
37. McLEOD, John R., age 21; horse strayed 2/17; dismounted 2/17 to 2/24/58.
38. McCRANY, Duncan, age 30
39. MASTERS, Lawrence, age 23.
40. NOBLES, James, age 21.
41. OGLESBY, George, age 24.
42. OGLESBY, William, age 24.
43. PHILMON, Darlington, age 27; absent without leave 2/14 to 5/10/1858.
44. PREVATT, Seth S., age 45.
45. PATRICK, John A., age 19.
46. RIGGS, Joshua, age 21.
47. SMITH, Andrew S., age 17.
48. SMITH, John, age 20.
49. SHARPTON, Sylvanus, age 23.
50. SUMMERALL, Allen, age 19; dismounted fran 5/8 to 5/10/1858.
51. STAFFORD, William, age 25.
52. THOMPSON, Solomon, age 21.
53. TERRILL, George, ag 21.
54. WHITE, William, age 37.

Died: REED, Alfred, age 22, Private, at Tampa, Fla., Feb. 10th 1858.

Discharged: HENDRY, Archibald, farrier, age 34; entitled to pay & allowances
to 18 April 1858.
WILSON, Simon, private, age 38; entitled to pay & allowances to
27 Feb. 1858.









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DESERTED:

1. BIRD, Malachia, Pvt., age 24; at Ft. Brooke, Fla. 3/27/58.
2. HARRISON, Jephta R., Pvt., age 20, "
3. JERNIGAN, Eli, Pvt., age 25; "
4. JERNIGAN, Joseph, Pvt., age 42; "
5. LLOYD, Isham, Pvt., age 23; "
6. OGLESBY, Benjamin, Pvt.,age 25; "
7. PHILLIPS, John P., Pvt., age 21; "
8. PHILIPPS, William, Pvt., age 18; "
9. TYLER, William, Pvt., age 35; "
10. WILOOX, George, Pvt., age 24; "
11. PURFIELD, Henry L., Pvt, age 31; "
12. WRIGHT, William H., Pvt., age 41; deserted 4/8/1858.


Pages 58-59

Muster Roll of Captain Joseph B. Lancaster's Company in the 4th Regiment of the
2nd Brigade of Florida Militia, commanded by Colonel Warren, called into the
service of the United States by Major General Hernandez on the 10th Day of
November 1835 to the 5th Day of March 1836.

On 10 August 1836 at Jacksonville, E. Florida, by his signature, Jos. B.
Lancaster, Captain, commanding the Company certified the muster to be accurate
and that the "remarks set opposite the names of officers and soldiers are
accurate and just." On the same date and place, Robt. Kirby, Maj. US Army &
Mustering Officer, certified by signature that he had mustered the "above
named Company of Militia."

1. Jos. B. LANCASTER, Captain; mounted, wounded severely 12/20/1836 and
furloughed to 3/5/1836.
2. Thos. J. BROER, 1st Lieut.; mounted, commanded company from 12/20/1835 to
3/5/1836.
3. Oren BAXTER, 2d Lieut..
4. John L. Sa ? 3d Lieut.

1. Rob. J. H. PRICHARD, 1st Sgt., mounted; transferred Feb. llth.
2. W. M. IVES, Sgt., mounted; transferred Feb. llth.
3. Jos. E. SUMERALL, Sgt., mounted; transferred Feb. 11th.
4. Francis HUDDNALL, Sgt., mounted, transferred Feb. llth.

1. D. BYNAM, Corporal, mounted; transferred Feb. llth.
2. Thomas CLARKE, Corporal, mounted; transferred Feb. llth.
3. John GILBERT, Corporal, mounted; transferred Feb. llth.

PRIVATES:

1. John P. BROWN, mounted; transferred Feb. llth.
2. Abner GILBERT, mounted; transferred Feb. llth.
3. George W. WEEKS, mounted; killed in action 19 Dec. 1835.
4. Elijah PETTY, mounted.
5. John TAYLER, mounted.









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6. James ACKER; mounted, transferred Feb. llth; pranited frma Pvt. 1/15/1836
and served to 3/5/1836.
7. John C. HOUSTON, mounted.
8. William CHRISTOPHER, mounted.
9. William A. HOUSTON, mounted.
10. Joseph FITZPATRICK, mounted.
11. Dionisio SOLANO, mounted.
12. Paul McKEE, not mounted; killed in action 18 December 1835.
13. Michael SLOAN, mounted.
14. James JAMES, mounted.
15. George CAUSEY, mounted.
16. James R. HOUSTON, mounted.
17. Moses CURRY, mounted; promoted to Sgt. Major & transferred Nov. 20, 1835.
18. James EUBANK, mounted.
19. Francis RICHARD, Jr., mounted.


Pages 60-61

Muster Roll of Captain Thomas Langford's Company of Mounted Volunteers, com-
manded by Gen. Z. Taylor, called into service of the United States by Gen. Z.
Taylor from the 4th Day of September 1839 to the 31st Day of January 1840.
NOTE: From place of discharge to home the men travelled 11 miles.

On 1 February 1840 at Camp Collins, Fla., Thos. Langford, Captain commanding
the Company, certified the Muster Roll to be true and that the "remarks set
opposite the name of each officer and soldier are accurate and just."

On the same date and place, Captain HEINTZELMAN, Inspector & Mustering Officer
certified that he had mustered and inspected the above named company.

1. Thos. LANGFORD, Captain.
2. Sherrod EDWARDS, 1st Lieut.
3. L. W. WHITFIELD, 2d Lieut..

1. Jno. H. PATTERSON, 1st Sgt., absent sick from 31 Jan. 1840.
2. James H. ROUSE, 2d Sgt.
3. C. B. EDWARDS, 3d Sgt.
4. T. A. T.CRUSE, 4th Sgt.

1. B. M. WHITFIELD, 1st Corp'l.
2. Benj. McLENDON, 2d Corp'l.
3. James BIRD, 3d Corp'l.
4. Sam'1 CLARY, 4th Corp'l.
5. Washington BOOTH, Bugler.

PRIVATES

1. AVERITT, John 6. BARKER, ?
2. BRENNAN, Nor? 7. BRANCH, S. T. A.
3. BRENNAN, Wn. 8. BARS, n.
4. BRENNAN, Robt. 9. COLLINS, Dennis
5. BRENNAN, Owen 10. CORNETT, G. W.









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11. CROWLEY, Wti. 34. McLENDON, Jno.
12. BEVAN, Benj. 35. McCLOUD, Jas.
13. DOWLING, Wn. 36. MILLER, Jno. R.
14. DOWLING, John R. 37. McLEWOD, Simon
15. DAVIS, Wm 38. PICKET Jacob
16. FIVEASH, Enoch 39. RUTHERFORD, Jno. W.
17. GAINES, Jas. 40. RICHARDSON, Jas.
18. GIDEON, Chas. 41. RUTHERFORD, T. T.
19. HARN, R. G. 42. SEVERS, Enoch
20. HADDON, Hugh 43. SEVERS, Benj.
21. HUNT, Willis 44. SEVERS, Jno.
22. HUNT, Bryant 45. SELF, Jno.
23. HILL, Theophilus 46. STARLING, Levi
24. HUNT, Isaac 47. WILLIAMS, Manning
25. HERRINGTON, Jno. 48. WILLIAMS, Alfred
26. KING, Wn. 49. WILLIAMS, Stephen
27. KING, Nathan C. 50. WILLIAMS, Jas.
28. KING, Thos. 51. WHITFIELD, Jno. L.
29. LANGFORD, Wn. 52. WHITFIELD, Jno. B.
30. LESLEY, Jas. T. 53. WOODS, T.
31. LANGFORD, Wylie 54. WILLS, Enoch
32. LAMB, Wade A. 55. YOUNG, Jas.
33. LAMB, M. A.

Servants: John, Captain's servant.
Sam, 1st Lieut's servant.
Neptune, 2nd Lieut's servant.



Pages 62-63


Muster Roll of Captain Thomas Langford's Company of Florida Mounted Volunteers
commandned by Governor R. K. Call, called into the service of the United States
by Gen. Z. Taylor from the 4th day of September 1839 tothe 4th Day of March
1840.

NOTE: The certifications to this muster roll were taped over and unreadable.

Thomas LANGFORD, Captain Jno. H. PATTERSON, Ist Sgt.
Sherrod EDWARDS, 1st Lieut. James H. ROUSE, 2nd Sgt.
L. W. WHITFIELD, 2nd Lieut. C. H. EDWARDS, 3rd Sgt.
T. A. J. CRUSE, 4th Sgt.

B. M. WHITFIELD, 1st Corp'l
Benj. McLENDON, 2nd Corp'l
Jas. BIRD, 3d Corp'l.
Sam'l CLARY, 4th Corp'l
WashingtoN BOOTH, Bugler









Vol. 6, pp 62-63, cont'd

PRIVATES

1. AVERITT, Jno., absent on duty 38. PICKETT, Jacob, absent on leave,
24 Nov. 1839. 28 Nov. 1839
2. BRENNAN, ? 39. RUTHERFORD, Jno. W.
3. BRENNAN, ? 40. RICHARDSON, Jas.
4. BRENNAN, Robt. 41. RUTHERFORD, J?
5. BRENNAN, Owen, absent, sick 16 42. SEVERS, Enoch.
Nov. 1839. 43. SEVERS, Benj., absent, sick, 24
6. BARKER, ? Nov. 1839.
7. BRANCH, S.T.A. 44. SEVERS, Jno.
8. BARS, Wn. 45. SELF, Jno.
9. COLLINS, Dennis 46. STARLING, Levi, absent, sick, 13
10. CORNETT, G. W. Oct. 1839.
11. CROWLEY, Wm. 47. WILLIAMS, Manning, absent, sick,
12. DEVAN, Benj. 18 Oct. 1839.
13. DOWLING, Win. 48. WILLIAMS, Alfred, absent, sick 18
14. DOWLING, Jno. R., absent on duty Oct. 1839.
24 Nov. 1839. 49. WILLIAMS, Stephen, absent, sick
15. DAVIS, Wn., absent on duty 24 18 Oct. 1839.
Nov. 1839 50. WILLIAMS, James, absent on duty
16. FIVEASH, Enoch. 24 Nov. 1839.
17. GAINES, Jas., absent on duty 51. WHITFIELD, Jno. L.
24 Nov. 1839. 52. WHITFIELD, Jno. B., absent, sick
18. GIDEON, Chas. 20 Nov. 1839.
19. HARN, R. G., absent on duty 53. WOODS, Thos. J.
27 Nov. 1839. 54. WILLS, Enoch
20. HADDON, Hugh, absent sick, 55. YOUNG, Jas.
23 Nov. 1839.
21. HURST, Willis,
22. HURST, Bryant, absent, sick, Servants of Officers:
24 Nov. 1839
23. HILL, Theophilus, absent on John, Captain's servant
duty, 28 Nov. 1839. Sam, 1st Lieut's servant
24.HURST, Isaac neptuen, 2nd Lieut's servant
25. HARRRINGTON, Jno.
26. KING, Wn., absent on duty
24 Nov. 1839.
27. KING, Nathan C., absent on duty
24 Nov. 1839.
28. KING, Thos.
29. LANGFORD, Win., absent on duty
27 Nov. 1839.
30. LESLEY, Jas. T.
31. LANGFORD, Wylie, absent on
duty 27 Nov.1839.
32. LAMB, Wade H.
33. LAMB, M. A.
34. McLENDEN, Jno.
35. McCLOUD, Jas.
36. MILLER, Jno. R.
37. McLEOD, Simon.









Vol. 6, pp 64-65
Pages 64-65

Muster Roll of Captain Thomas Langford's Company of Florida Militia Mounted
Volunteers commanded by Col. W. J. Bailey, ordered into service of the Terri-
tory of Florida by Governor R. R. Reid froa the 2nd Day of February to the 13th
Day of July 1840 when discharged.

By signature on 13 July 1840 at Camp Indendence, Madison County, Middle Florida
Captain Thos. Langford, commanding the Company, certified the muster to be true
and accurate "in every particular." The Company was mustered at Camp Collins
and no travel miles were recorded.

The certification of this muster roll by F. Churchill, General, was signed by
him on the 26th day of January 1843.

Thomas LANGFORD, Captain
Jas.H. ROUSE, 1st Lieutenant
Nickolson LANGFORD, 2nd Lieutenant

R. G. HARN 1st Sgt. William DAVIS, 1st Corp'l
Sam'1 CLARY, Sgt. James T. LESLEY, Corp'l
S. B. LAMB, Sgt. John LANGFORD, Corp'l
Solomon ROUSE, Sgt. James M. WILLIAMS, Corp'l
John WILLIAMS, Bugler

PRIVATES

1. BRANCH, S.T.A. 25. KIRKLAND (or KIRKMAN), J. L.
2. BLACK, E. W. 26. LANGFORD, William
3. BOWEN, Wright 27. LINDSEY, Jacob
4. BELL, Abram 28. LAMB, A. M.
5. BATHORICK, William 29. LAMB, Abram
6. BARRS, D. C. 30. LAMB, Crary
7. BAGGS, John 31. LAMB, W. H.
8. CROWLEY, William 32. LANGFORD, Wiley
9. OOLLINS, Dennis 33. LAMB, Jared
10. CHAPMAN, Jesse 34. McLENDON, Benj.
11. CANNON, H. R. 35. OSGOOD, C. R.
12. CORNETT, G. W. 36. PATRICK, William
13. DURRANCE, F. W. 37. PARKER, A. N.
14. EDWARDS, Benjamin 38. PICKLES, Jacob
15. EDWARDS, T. F. 39. RIMES, J. R.
16. FINCH, Charles 40. RIMES, D. R.
17. GARNER, James 41. SPARKMAN, William
18. HENDERSON, D. A., from 3/2 ser- 42. SIVER, John
vice was performed by substi- 43. SIVER, Benjamin
tute JOHN HURST who was 44. SIVER, Enoch
present for discharge. 45. SWIFT, S. D.
20. HURST, Isaac 46. WADKINS, Jos. H.
21. HUDSON, N. B. 47. WOODS, Thcmas J.
22. HERRINGTON, John 48. WHITE, John C.
23. HURST, Bryant 49. WILLIAMSON (WILLIAMS), W. J.
24. HOLTON, Jesse 50. WHITFIELD, J. B.
51. WESTON, L. G.








Vol. 6, pp 66-67
Pages 66-67

Muster Roll of Captain Peter W. Law's Company of the 13th Regiment, First
Brigade of the Florida Militia, commanded by Col. James S. Bell, ordered into
service of the United States by Governor R. R. Call from the 15th Day of June
to the 15th Day of October 1836.

The Company mustered at Camp Collins, Middle Florida, and, by signature on 24
March 1838 at Tallahassee, Florida, Peter W. Law, Captain cnomanding the Com-
pany certified the muster to be true and accurate "in every particular." On
the same date and place, D. H. Vinton, Adjt. Gen'l certified that he had mus-
tered and "minutely inspected" the above Company.

Peter W. LAW, Captain
Joseph E. LAW, 1st Lieutenant
John BASSETT, 2nd LIeutenant

John L. STEWART, Ist Sgt. Sam'l KNIGHT, 1st Corp'l
Israel M. STEWART, Sgt. James T. STEWART, Corp'l
Asa A. STEWART, Sgt. James THOMPKINS, Corp' 1
Jonah BAISDEN, Corp'l

PRIVATES

1. ADAMSON, John L. 31. HUNTER, Jesse, footman
2. BRYAN, Milton J. 32. IVEY, Robert
3. BRYRAN, Thomas 33. IVEY, Thomas
4. BRYAN, Wn. J. 34. JOHNS, Jeremiah
5. BRYAN, William, footman 35. JOHNS, Levi
6. BRYAN, Travis, footman 36. JENNINGS, Wn.
7. BRYAN, Nathaniel, footman 37. JENNINGS, George
8. BRYAN, Joseph, transferred 9/6. 38. KELLY, Thomas, transferred 9/6.
9. BASSETT, Eli, transferred 9/6. 39. KNIGHT, Thomas, footman
10. BAKER, Elisha 40. KENDRICK, Edward T.
11. CHESHIER, John R., trans. 9/6. 41. LOWE, Allen, transferred 7/16.
12. CAPS (CASS?), Hesekiah 42. LOCKLAYER, William, enl. 9/3/
13. CHESHIER, Handen,footman 43. LEE, William, footman
14. CHESHIER, William, trans. 7/15 44. LANE, Joseph
15. CANNON, William, trans. 9/6 45. MOBLEY, John, footman
16. CASIN, Willis 46. MATHEWS, Bunion
17. C ? Samuel 47. McRAE, Arch'd
18. DOUGLAS, Allen 48. MOBLEY, William
19. DOUGLAS, Seaborn, footman 49. McDONALD, James, pranoted to Adju-
20. GARRETT, Charney tant, 9/16.
21. GREEEN, James C.,enl. 9/6 50. MICKLER, William, footman
22. GREEN, Samuel, enl. 9/6 51. MOODY, Benjamin, footman
23. GANEY, John, trans. 9/6, footman 52. OLIVER, Charles B.
24. HOOKER, Win. B., trans 3/8/37. 53. PREVATT, James H.
25. HOOKER, Stephen C., footman 54. PREVATT, Jonathan
26. HATCHER, Ebenezer 55. PREVATT, James D., trans. 9/6.
27. HARPER, Malekiah 56. PADGETT, William
28. HUNTER, Wn. M. Sen'r. 57. PADGETT, John
29. HUNTER, Wm. M., Jun'r. 58. ROBERTS, Joshua H.
30. HUNTER, Hansford, footman 59. ROSS, James L., trans. 9/3








Vol. 6, pp 66-67, PRIVATES, cont'd

60. SINGLETARY, Edw'd, trans. 9/6 72. TURNER, Moses, Jun'r
61. SINGLETARY, Praten 73. TOLER, Timothy
62. SUTTON, John 74. WALL, Perry G.
63. SUTTON, Shadrick, trans. 9/6 75. WILSON, Joseph
64. SMITH, John G. 76. WADSWORTH, Sam'l
65. STEWART, Thos. J. 77. obliterated by tape.
66. SH ? Win. S., trans. 7/15 78. WHITEHURST, John
67. SMITH, Millington, service pay 79. WHITEHURST, ? (taped over)
as Waggonier fran 8/22. 80. WARNER, "
68. STEWART, John 81. YATES, Burrel
69. STEWART, Jonathan 82. YATES, William
70. STEWART, Sam'l W. 83, ROSS, Francis J.
71. TURNER, Moses, Sen'r.


Pages 68-69

Muster Roll of Captain Thomas Ledwith's Company of the First Regiment of the
Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. William J. Bailey, ordered into
service of the United States by Gen. W. K. Armistead from the 26th Day of
August to the 26th Day of November 1840.

On 26 Aug. 1840 at Fort Heileman, East Florida, the muster was certified to
be true and accurate "in every particular" by Captain Thomas Ledwith. On the
same date and place, F. Churchill, Major, 3d Art'y certified by signature that
he inspected and mustered into service the above named company for a term of
three months. NOTE:The Company travelled 20 miles to the place of rendezvous.


NOTE: before names indicate "on escort to Maj. Churchill."

Thanas LEDWITH, Captain.
William HART, 1st Lieutenant
Reuben HOGANS, 2d Lieutenant

John TUCKER, 1st Sgt. John RUSSELL, Corp'l
Daniel HOGANS, Sgt. I. J. HIGANBOTHAN, Corp'l
D. N. YOUNGBLOOD, Sgt. John BRADDOCK, Corp'l
*Alfred WILLIS, Sgt., 6/6/40 Jackson HIGANBOTHAN, Corp'l
William ANDREWS, Bugler Elijah HIGANBOTHAN, Bugler


PRIVATES

1. ANDREWS, Joseph 9. *COURTRIGHT, Daniel, 6/6/40.
2. BLITCH, James 10. TRIGGERS, James
3. BLITCH, Ephraim 11. *DANIELS, Erby, 6/6/40.
4. BRADDOCK, De ter, on ccm'd at 12. DEAN, John
at Deep Creek by order of 13. DYKES, George
of Capt. fran 8/20/40 14. FLOYD, Alfred
5. BUTLER, Martin 15. GREEN, Tatnall
6 CURRY, John 16. GREEN, Charles
7. FOSTER, A. 17. GOODEN, Jacob
8. OOULEY, John 18. GODDEN, Solcmon








Vol. 6, pp 68-69, PRIVATES, cont'd

19. GIVEN, William 49. ROBERTS, Isaac
20. HART, Eli 50. ROBERTS, Jamaes
21. HARRIS, William 51. ROBERTS, Uriah
22. *HILL, George, fran 8/26/40 52. *ROOK, Thanas, from 8/26/40
23. HAMEL, John 53. ROBERTSON, West, on ccm'd at Deep
24. HIGANBOTHAM, Jas. W. Creek, order of Capt., 8/20/40.
25. HIGANBOTHAM, James 54. RIDOUGHT, John
26. *HAGGARTY, Peter, to 8/21/40 55. SOULES, John
27. *HOLLOWELL, David, fran 6/6/40 56. SOULES, George
28.HOGANS, James, on can'd at Deep 57. SPAREMAN, Stephen
Creek, order of Capt. 8/20/40. 58. SPARKMAN, Madison
29. *JOHNSON, W. H., fran 8/26/40. 59. STAFFORD, William
30. *KELLY, Wm., frcm 6/6 to 8/21/40. 60. STEIFEL, Wn. M.
31. KLINGAUREWSKI, Winsent 61. TURNER, James
32. *LAVADSKI, John, fran 8/26/40. 62. TURNER, Redding
33. LONG, Jesse 63. TYSON, George
34. MOODY, Robert 64. VARNES, Samuel
35. MOTT, Emanuel 65. VARNES, Asa
36. *McNABB, James,fran 6/6/40. 66. WINGATE, James
37. NICHOLS, Nunen 67. WILLIAMS, Theophilus, on can'd at
38. NICHOLS, John Deep Creek order of Capt. 8/20/40
39. PATTERSON, J. H. 68. WRIGHT, John
40. PENDLETON, William 69. WHITE, Willilam
41. PINDARVIS, Lewis 70. WOODS, Samuel
42. PINNER, William 71. YELVINGTON, Gideon, on ccm'd at
43. PINNER, James Deep Creek order of Capt. 8/20/40
44. PINNER, William, Jr. 72. YORK, Peter
45. PREVAT, John
46. PULLEN, William
47. *PLEVINSKI, Charles, fran 8/26/40.
48. *PUTT, Andrew, fran 8/26/40.

DISCHARGED:
GREEN, Isaac; rejected, over-age, by Mustering Officer 8/26/40.
LONG, David, rejected, under-age, "
MURDOCK, Walter; appt. escort to Major Churchill from 6/6/40; declined to
serve; discharged 8/26/40.



Pages 70-71


Muster Roll of Captain Thomas Ledwith's Company of the Second Regiment of Flo-
rida Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. F. L. Dancy, ordered into service of
the United States by the Secretary of War from the llth Day of December 1840
to the llth Day of Marcvh 1841.

The Muster was certified to be true and accurate by Thomas Ledwith, Captain
and by Major F. Churchill, Major, 2nd Art'y on 11 December 1840 at Fort
Heileman, East Florida.









Vol. 6, pp 70-71, cont'd



Thomas LEDWITH, Captain
Reuben HOGAN, 1st Lieutenant
John J. TUCKER, 2nd Lieutenant

E. J. HART, Sgt. Jessee LONG, Corp'l
Daniel HOGAN, Sgt. J. J. HIGANBOTHAM, Corp'l
John CURRY, Sgt. Robert MOODY, Corp'l
John PRICE, Sgt. John RUSSELL, Corp'l

William ANDREWS, Bugler
David LONG, Bugler

PRIVATES:

1. ACOSTA, Acarde 35. McNABB, James
2. ANDREWS, Joseph 36. NICHOLS, Newman
3. ADAMS, William 37. LEWIS, Robert N.
4. ALVAREZ, Roman 38. PATERSON, James H.
5. BRADDOCK, Decatur 39. PENDARVIS, Lewis
6. BRADDOCK, William 40. PINNER, William
7. BUTLER, Martin 41. PRIEST, Emmory
8. CAWLEY, John 42. PREVAT, John
9. CHRISTY, Henry 43. PREVAT,Seth
10. CROSBY, William 44. REDANT, John
11. CROSBY, Cone 45. ROBERTS, James
12. DEAN, John 46. ROBERTS, John
13. DANLEY, Francis 47. ROBERTS, Alexander
14. FLINN, James M. 48. RCMAN, Joseph
15. FELANY, Benjamin 49. SAULES, George
16. FLOYD, Arthur 50. SAULES, John
17. GLINSKI, Stanislos 51. SCOTT, Adam
18. GREEN, Tatnal 52. SIMMONS, William Owen
19. HAMEL, John 53. SPARKMAN, John
20. HIGANBOTHAM, A. J. 54. TURNER, James
21. HIGANBOTHAM, Jas. G. 55. TURNER, Redding
22. HIGANBOTHAM, David 56. TISON, George
23. HIGANBOTHAM, James 57. TYNER, Leonard
24. HIGANBOTHAM, Sumer 58. VARNES, Asa
25. JOHNS, William 59. VARNES, Samuel
26. JOHNS, Levi 60. WIGGINS, John
27. JOHNS, Cornelius 61. WOODS, Samuel
28. JONES, David 62. WRIGHT, John
29. JONES, Nathaniel 63. YORK, Peter
30. JOHNSON, W. H.
31. MILLS, William
32. MOODY, John
33. MOTT, Emanuel
34. MURPHY, William








Vol. 6, pp 72-73

Pages 72-73

Muster Roll of Captain Thomas Ledwith's Company of the 2nd Regiment, Brigade
of Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. F. L. Dancy, ordered into the
service of the United States by the Secretary of War from the llth day of
December 1840 to the 23rd Day of March 1841.

The Company travelled 30 miles from place of rendezvous to their homes. On
11 December 1840 at Fort Heileman, E. F., Thomas Ledwith, Captain Ccnanding the
Company, certified the muster to be accurate and that the "remarks set op-
posite the name(s) of officers) and soldiers are just...in every particular."

On 23 March 1841, F. Churchill, Major, Ed Art'y, "minutely inspected" the cam-
pany and honorably discharged it from the service of the United States.

1. Thomas LEDWITH, Captain; has kept in service a private servant and two
horses.
2. Reuben HOGAN, 1st Lt.; has kept in service a private servant and two
horses.
3. John J. TUCKER, 2nd Lt.; has kept in service a private servant and two
horses.

1. E. J. HART, Sgt. 1. Jessee LONG, Corp'l
2. Daniel HOGANS, Sgt. 2. J. P. HIGGENBOTHAM, Corp'l
3. John CURRY, Sgt. 3. Robert MOODY, Corp'l
4. John PRICE, Sgt. 4. John RUSSELL, Corp'l

1. William ANDREWS, Bugler
2. David LONS, Bugler

PRIVATES:

1. ACOSTA, Acardo 21. HIGANBOTHAN, David
2. ANDREWS, Joseph 22. JOHNS, William
3. ADAMS, William 23. JOHNS, Levi
4. ALVAREZ, Ramon 24. JOHNS, Cornelius
5. BRADDOCK, Decatur 25. JONES, David
6. BRADDOCK, William 26. JONES, Nathaniel
7. CRAWLY, John 27. JOHNSON, W. H.
8. CHRISTY, Henry 28. MILLS, William
9. CROSBY, William 29. MOODY, John
10. CROSBY, Cone 30. MOTT, Emanuel
11. DEAN, John 31. MURPHY, William
12. DANLY, Francis 32. McNAB, James
13. FLINN, James M. 33. NICHOLS, Newman
14. FELANY, Benjamin 34. LEWIS, Robert P.
15. FLOYD Arthur 35. PENDARVIS, Lewis, absent w/o leave
16. GLINSKI, Stanislous fran 3/16 to 3/23.
17. GREEN, Tatnel, absent w/o leave 36. PINNER, William
from 3/16 to 3/23. 37. PRIEST, Emmory
18. HUMEL, John 38. PREVAT, John
19. HIGANBOTHAN, A. J. 39. PREVAT, Seth
20. HIGANBOTHAN, James G. 40. REDDANT, John









Vol. 6, pp 72-73, PRIVATES, cont'd

41. ROBERTS, James 51. TURNER, Redding
42. ROBERTS, John 52. TYSON, George
43. ROBERTS, Alex'r 53. TYNER, Leonard
44. ROMAN, Joseph 54. VARNES, Asa
45. SAULES, George 55. VARNES, Samuel
46. SALES, John 56. WIGGINS, John
47. SCOTT, Adam 57. WOODS, Samuel
48. SIMMONS, William O. 58. WRIGHT, John
49. SPARKMAN, John 59. YORK, Peter
50. TURNER, James

DISCHARGED:
BUTLER, Martin., expiration of term on 3/11
HIGINBOTHAM, James
HIGINBOTHAM, James G.
PATERSON, James H., discharged 3/14/; enlisted in the 7th Inf'y.



Pages 74-75


Muster Roll (1st Period) of Captain Leroy G. Lesley's Company of the Florida
Mounted Militia, commanded by Capt. L. G. Lesley, ordered into service of the
State of Florida by order of his Excellency, James E. Brown, Governor, fran the
3rd Day of January 1856 for an indefinite period.

On 12 March 1856 at Fort Blount, Capt. L. G. Lesley certified the Muster to be
true and accurate. At the same time and place, Jesse Carter, Special Agent &
Mustering Officer, certified by signature that he had "accepted the men whose
names appear on this roll, their horses and equipment" for service of the
State of Florida."

1. Leroy G. LESLEY, Captain, 45
2. Streaty PARKER, 1st Lieut., age 33.
3. Henry A. CRANE, 2d LIeut., age 44.

1. Sherod B. McGUIRE, Sgt., age 35.
2. Owen BLOUNT, Sgt., age 25.
3. George W. PRICE, Sgt., age 19.
4. Robert R. SHEPHERD, Sgt., age 23.

1. Samuel S. HARRIS, Corp'l, age 26; reduced to ranks 7/1/1856.
2. John T. LESLEY, Corp'l, age 20.
3. John DAVIDSON, Corp'l, age 42.
4. William 1. CAMPBELL, Corp'l, age?; reduced to ranks 5/19/1856.

1. James D. HAYGOOD, Bugler, age 25.
2. Emory L. LESLEY, Bugler, age 18.
3. John P. FARRISH, Farrier/Blacksmith; dismissed for insubordination by
Garrison Court Martial 7/24/1856.









Vol. 6, pp 74-75, cont'd

PRIVATES:

1. ALIMAN, James, age 18. 44. MANLEY, James M. age 20.
2. ALDERMAN, James, age_ 45. NOBLES, Alfred, age 26.
3. BOOTH, Richard, age 37. 46. NEWBERRY, Hiram, age 25.
4. BLOUNT, Redding, age 44. 47. OATS, John C., age 34.
5. BLOUNT, Redding R., age 31. 48. ORMOND, Alexander W., age 31.
6. BLOUNT, Nathan, age 23. 49. PAGET, William W., age 24; horse was
7. BLOUNT, Jacob J., age 18. killed 4/3/1856 near Miccaharie?
8. BARTON, John W., age 26. 50. PEARSON, Isaac, age 31; dismissed
9. BONEY, David J. W., age 39. for insubordination 7/24/56 by
10. BALLARD, William C., age 32. Garrison Court Martial.
11. CLARK, Elias B., age 19. 51. RODGERS, William P., age 22.
12. CLARK, John J., age 20. 52. RAWLS, James W., age 21.
13. CARUTHERS, Freeman, age 20. 53. SHIRLEY, Thomas, age 20.
promoted to Farr. & Blksmth 54. SEWARD, Henry L., age 44.
7/24/1856. 55. SEWARD, Zachariah G., sr., age 39.
14. CARNEY, John, age 43. 56. SEWARD, Zacharia, Jr., age 18; horse
15. CAMPBELL, William N., age killed 4/1/56 near Horse Creek
killed by Indians 4/17/1856. by running away with waggon.
16. DREW, Octavus, age 18. 57. SEWARD, Felix J., age 19.
17. DYCHES, Wilson, age 18. 58. SEALS,Cornelius, age .
18. EADY, Joseph, age 21. 59. SUMMERALL, David, age .
19. FUEL, John E., age 20. 60. VICKERS, John, age 30.
20. FERGUSON, Francis, age 30. 61. VARN, William B., age 22.
21. GUNTER, John B., age 22; dismount- 62. VARN, Josiah, age 21.
ed 6/14; remounted 7/30/856. 63. WHIDDEN, William J., age 44.
22. GAY, James L., age 23. 64. WHIDDEN, James, age 18.
23. HAGUE, Gideon, age 65. WHIDDEN, Noah, age .
24. HANCOCK, James T., age 20. 66. WHIDDEN, Willalby H ., age
25. HANCOCK, Martin J., age 18. 67. WILLINGHAM, William H., age 18.
26. HANCOCK, Jordan, age 40. 68. WILLINGHAM, William J., age 34.
27. HALLIDAY, EDward B., age 24. 69. WIGGINS, Andrew. age _.
28. HILL, Henry R., age 18. 70. WIGGINS, James R., age .
29. HICKEY, John E., age 18. 71. WILLIAMSON, William H., age 19.
30. HUTCHINSON, Joseph, age 18. 72. WHITE, David, age 23.
31. HOGAN, James B., age _. 73. WHITEHURST, Daniel, age .
32. HAMBLETON, George, age _. 74. WHITEHURST, John, age 44.
33. JOHNSON, John, age 25, appointed 75. WHITEHURST, Robert, age 25.
Corp'l 7/1/1856. 76. WORDEHOFF, Antoine, age ; appoint-
34. LONG, Levi, age 44. ed Corp'l 5/19/1856.
35. LONG, Nathaniel, age 26.
36. LONG, James T., age 18.
37. LOCKHART, Joel L., age 44.
38. LONG, Oswald J., age 28.
39. MAIN, David, age 44.
40. MOBLEY, James H ., age 33; dis-
missed for insubordination by
Court Martial 7/24/1856.
41. MIZELL, Joseph, age 44.
42. MIZELL, Enoch E., age 18.
43. MITCHELL, Thomas, age ; recruit-
ed 4/17/56 in place of CARNEY
killed.









Vol. 6, pp 76-77

Pages 76-77

Muster Roll of Captain Leroy G. Lesley's Company of Florida Mounted Militia
conmanded by Capt. Leroy G. Lesley, ordered into service of the State of
Florida by his Excellency, James E. Brown, Governor for an indefinite period.

On 20 August 1856 at Fort Meade, Capt. Lesley by signature certified the muster
to be accurate and that the remarks set opposite each man's name were just.
On the same date and place, Jesse Carter, Special Agent & Mustering Officer
certified he had mustered and inspected the ccmapny and had honoably discharged
the company.
1. Leroy G. LESLEY, Captain, age 45.
2. Streaty PARKER, 1st Lt., age 33.
3. Henry A. CRANE, 2nd Lt., age 45.

1. Sherrod B. McGUIRE, Sgt.,age 27. 1. John JOHNSON, Cpl., age 25.
2. Owen BLOUNT, Sgt., age 25. 2. John T. LESLEY, Cpl., age 20.
3. George W. PRICE, Sgt., age 19. 3. John DAVIDSON, Cpl., age 43.
4. Roberd R. SHPEHERD, Sgt., age 23. 4. Antoine WORDEHOFF, Cpl., age ?

1. James D. HAYGOOD, Bugler, age 25.
2. Emery L. LESLEY, Bugler, age 18.
3. Freeman CARUTHERS, Farr. & B'smth, age 20.

PRIVATES:

1. ALIMAN, Lewis, age 18. 22. GAY, James L., age 23.
2. ALDERMAN, Jmaes, age _23. HAGUE, Gideon, age .
3. BOOTH, Richard, age 37. 24. HANDCOCK, James L., age 20.
4. BLOUNT, Redding, age 44. 25. HANDCOCK, Martin J., age 18.
5. BLOUNT, Redding R., age 31. 26. HANDOOCK, Jordan, age 40.
6, BLOUNT, Nathan, age 23. 27. HALLIDAY, Edward B., age 24.
7. BLOUNT, Jacob J., age 18. 28. HILL, Henry R., age 18.
8. BARTON, John W., age 26. 29. HICKEY, John E., age 18.
9. BONEY, David J. W., age 39. 30. HUTCHINSON, Joseph, age 18.
10. BALLAD, William C., age 32. 31. HOGAN, James B., age _.
11. CLARK, Elias D., age 19. 32. HAMBLETON, George, age _
12. CLARK, John J., age 20. 33. LONG, Levi, age 44.
13. CAMPBELL, William N., age 34. LONG, Nathaniel, age 36.
14. CAMPBELL, William L., age 35. long, James T., age 18
reduced from 4th Corp'l, 36. LOCKHART, Joel L., age 44.
5/19/1856. 37. LANG, Oswald, age 28.
15. DREW, Octavus, age 18. 38. MAIN, David, age 44.
16. DYCHES, Wilson, age 18. 39. MIZELL, Joseph, age 44.
17. EADY, Joseph, age 21. 40. MIZELL, Enoch E., age 18.
18. FEWEL, John E., age 20. 41. MANLEY, James M., age 20.
19. FERGUSON, Francis, age 30. 42. NOBLES, Alfred, age 26.
20. FARNISH, John B., age 40; dis- 43. NEWBERRY, Hiram, age 25.
missed by Garrison Court 44. OATS, John C., age 34.
Martial 7/24 for insubord- 45. ORMOND, Alexander W., age 31.
nation. 46. PAGET, William W., age 24; horse
21. GUNTER, John B., age 32; dis- killed 4/3/56 near Miacka Prairie.
mounted 6/14/; remounted 7/30. 47. RODGERS, William P., age 22.









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48. RAWLS, James W., age 21. 59. WHIDDEN, James, age 18.
49. SHIRLEY, Thomas, age 20. 60. WHIDDEN, NOah, age .
50. SEWARD, Henry S., age 44. 61. WHIDDEN, Willoughby, age .
51. SEWARD, Zacharia G., Sr.,age 39. 62. WILLINGHAM, William H., age 18.
52. SEWARD, Zacharia, age 18. 63. WILLINGHAM, William T., age 34.
horse killed 4/1/1856. 64. WIGGINS, Andrew, age _
53. SEWARD, Felix J., age 19. 65. WIGGINS, James P., age _
54. SEALS, Cornelius, age 66. WILLIAMSON, Willima H., age 19.
55. SUMMERALL, David, age_. 67. WHITE, David, age 23.
56. VICKERS, John, agd 30. 68. WHITEHURST, Daniel S., age
57. VARN, William B., age 23. 69. WHITEHURST, John, age 44.
58. VARN, Josiah, age 21. 70. WHITEHURST, Robert J., age 35.

COMMENTS:

CARNEY, John, Pvt., age 43; killed by Indians 17 April 1856.
FARNISH, John B., Pvt., age 40; dismissed by Garrison Court Martial for
insubordination.
MOBLEY, James H., Pvt., age 33; dismissed by Garrison Court Martial for
insubordination.
MITCHELL, Thomas, Pvt., age ; recruited 4/17/56 in place of John CARNEY
killed by Indians.
PEARSON, Isaac, Pvt., age 31; dismissed by Garrison Court MartiaL for in-
subordination.


Pages 78-79

Muster Roll of Captain Leroy G. Lesley's Company of Florida Mounted Volunteers
ordered into service of the United States by B'vt. Col. John Munroe, under in-
structions of the Adj. General Office, Washington, D. C., from the 20th Day of
August 1856 for a period of six months unless sooner discharged.

The Muster was certified on 20 August 1856 at Fort Meade, Florida, by Captain
L. G. Lesley, Captain, Commanding the Company, and by Francis N. Page, Asst.
Adj. Gen'l. Joel L. Lockhart, Readding Blount and E. T. Kendrick, Appraisers,
made oath before Francis N. Page that their valuation of horses and horse
equipment as recorded for each man was honest and impartial.

NOTE: The figure following a name indicates age of man; the dollar figures
reflect the appraisers valuation of horses/ horse euipments owned by
of each member of the company.

1. Leroy G. LESLEY, Captain, age 45; $100/15.
2. Streaty PARKER, 1st Lieut., age 33; $150/15/.
3. Henry A. CRANE, 2nd LIeut., age 45; $75/10.

1. John E. FEWALL, 1st Sgt., age 21; $70/6.
2. William McCULLOUGH, Sgt., age 36; $150/10.
3. Owen BLOUNT, Sgt., age 25; $150/8.
4. John VICKERS, Sgt., age 30; $200/8.









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1. Octavus DREW, Corp'l, age 18; $175/5.
2. David WHITE, Corp'l, age 23; $100/30.
3. Alfred TOMPKINS, Corp'l, age 22; $80/5.
4. Willoughby WHIDDEN, Corp'l, age 23; $75/12.

1. Emory L. LESLEY, Bugler, age 19; $75/6.
2. Henry BROWN, Bugler, age 21; $85/5.
3. Henry L. PARKER, Farrier, age 24; $200/25.

PRIVATES:

1. ALLISON, William, 27; $100/8. 43. McDONALD, Julius, 22; $75/8.
2. ALDERMAN, Jesse, 29; $125/10. 44. NOBLES, Alfred,, 26; $100/10.
3. BURNETT, Mathew, 20; $100/10. 45. NEWBERY, Hiram J., 36; $120/8.
4. BARTON, James W.,26; $65/15. 46. OATS, John C., 36; $80/5.
5. BLOUNT, Nathan, 23; $125/10. 47. ORMOND, Alexander W., 33; $70/10.
6. BLOUNT, Reilly R., 32; $125/12. 48. O'NEIL, John, 21; $100/3.
7. BROWN, James L, 19; $125/12. 49. PRICE, George W., 20; $110/5.
8. CARUTHERS, Freenan W.,21; $130/5. 50. RIGGS, Joshua D.E., 22; $125/8.
9. CRANE, Henry L., 18; $70/5. 51. RAULERSON, Thorp, 23; $150/10.
10. CLARKE, John J., 21; $100/5. 52. RODGERS, William P., 22; $130/3.
11. CLARKE, Elias B., 20, $100.5. 53. RAWLS, James W., 21; $100/4.
12. CANOVA, Isidore C., 24, $110/12. 54. SINGLETARY, Simpson, 36;; $100/3.
13. DAVIDSON, John W., 43, $125/12. 55. SLOAN, Allford, 20; $150/15.
14. DRIGGERS, Jcob E., 21; $65/5. 56. SLOAN, Owen, 18; $80/3.
15. ENGLISH, Eli, 24; $120/12. 57. SLOAN, Daniel, 42; $!50/8.
16. EADY, Joseph, 21; $80/3. 58. SLOAN, Jasper, 21; $70/10.
17. GUNTER, John B., 23; $125/3. 59. SHEPPARED, Robt. R., 24, $70/10.
18. GUILLEY, Nathan, 35; $100/10. 60. THOMAS, James H., 23; $75/8.
19. HICKEY, John E., 19; $75/8. 61. TAYLOR, Green, 22; $75/15.
20. HARRIS, Samuel, 27; $60/5. 62. UNDERHILL, John, 31; $125/5.
21. HOBKIRK, James, 19; $70/6. 63. UNDERHILL, William, 35; $70/4.
22. HENDRY, Francis A., 22; $175/25. 64. WARREN, Benjamin, 44; $120/5.
23. HENDRY George W., 18, $120/10 65. WHIDDEN, Maxwell, 23; $90/10.
24. HILLIARD, Benjamin, 37; $70.4. 66. WHIDDEN, Jesse, 20; $135/10.
25. HOLTON, Thomas J., 22; $120.8 67. WHIDDEN, John (1st); 18; $80/6.
26. JOHNSON, John, 30; $115/4. 68. WHIDDEN, Bennett, 28; $80/3.
27. LESLEY, John T., 21; $135/18. 69. WHIDDEN, John (2nd), 20; $!40/8.
28. LONG, Levi, 30; $55/3. 70. WHIDDEN, William W., 20, $80/6.
29. LONG, Nathaneil, 28; $50/3. 71. WEEKS, Levi, 18; $60/8.
30. LONG, Oswald, 30; $100/6. 72. WILSON, James T., 33; $130/10.
31. LONG, Thomas, 19; $75/10. 73. WEEKS, John, 28; $140/7.
32. MANly, James, 20; $110/10. 74. CARLETON, Daniel W., 34; $150/4.
33. MITCHELL, Thos. J., 23; $100/8.
34. MITCHELL, Francis M.,20; $70/5.
35. MITCHELL, Samuel, 23; $65/6.
36. MERCER, Clem, 21; $150/10.
37. MOODY, William, 19; $75/8.
38. MOONEY, John,26; $75/8.
39. MURPHY, Thomas, 19, $125/10.
40. McGUIRE, Sherrod B., 27; $75/10.
41. McCLEOD, Daniel J., 24; $100/10.
42. McCLEOD, John, 19; $75/6.









Vol. 6. cont'd

Pages 80-81

Muster Roll of Captain Leroy G. Lesley's Independent Canpany of Florida Mounted
Volunteers at Fort Meade, Florida, ordered into service of the United States
by Col. John Munroe, Maj. 2nd Artillery, under orders of the Adj't General's
Office, Washington, from the 20th Day of August 1856 to the 19th Day of Februa-
ry 1857.

On 19 February 1857 at Fort Brooke, Fla., Captain Leroy G. Lesley certified the
muster to be true, accurate and that the remarks set opposite the name of each
officer and solider were accurate and just and that the (dollar) valuation of
all horses/equignents was made by disinterested and good judges at fair and
just rates. On the same date and place, Francis N. Page, Asst. Adj't Gen'l
also verified the accuracy of the muster, remarks, and valuations assessed.

1. Leroy G. Lesley, Captain, age 45; $100/15.
2. Streaty PARKER, 1st Lt., age 33; $150/15.
3. Henry A. CRANE, 2d Lt., age 45; $75/10.

1. John E. FEWELL, Sgt., age 21; $70/6.
2. William McCULLOUGH, Sgt., age 36; $150/10.
3. Owen BLOUNT, Sgt., age 25; $150/8.
4. John VICKERS, Sgt., age 30; $200/8; reduced from Sgt. to Private 12/1856
paid as Sgt. fran 8/20 to 12/1, as Pvt frma 12/1 to 2/19/1857.

1. Octavus DREW, Corp'l, age 18; $175/5.
2. David WHITE, Corp'l, age 23; $100/30.
3. Alfred TOMPKINS, Corp'l, age 22; $80/5.
4. Willoughby WHIDDEN, Corp'l, age 23; $75/12; reduced to Private 11/15; pay
due as Corp'l 820 to 11/15; as Pvt to 2/19/87.

1. Emory L. LESLEY, Bugler, age 19; $75/6.
2. Henry BROWN, Bugler, age 21; $85/5.
3. Henry L. PARKER, Farrier, age 24; $200/25; reduced from farrier to Pvt.
10/16/1856; absent & not entitled to pay from 10/17/1856.

PRIVATES:

1. ALLISON, William, 27; $100/8. 13. CAMPBELL, Wim. L., 35; $125/50; ab-
2. ALDERMAN, Jesse, 29; $125/10. sent; not entitled to pay from
3. BURNETT, Mathew, 20; $100/10. 1/31/ to 2/19/1857.
4. BARTON, James W., 25; $65/15. 14. CARLETON, Daniel W., 34; $100/5.
5. BLOUNT, Nathan, 23; $125/10. 15. DANIELS, Aaron, 27, $100/12.
6. BLOUNT, Reilly R., 32; $125/12; 16. DAVIDSON, John W., 43; $125/12.
absent during whole term of 17. DRIGGERS, Jacob E., 21; $65/5; ab-
of service, not entitled to pay. sent from 11/20/56 to 2/19/57; not
7. BROWN, James L., 19; $125/12. entitled to pay.
8. CARUTHERS, Freeman, 21, $130/5. 18. ENGLISH, Eli, 24; $120/12.
9. CRANE, Henry L., 18; $70/5. 19. EADY, Joseph, 21; $80/3.
10. CLARKE, John J., 21; $100/5. 20. GUNTER, John B., 23; $125/3.
11. CLARKE, Elias B., 20; $100/5. 21. GUILLEY, Nathan, 35; $100/10.
12. CANOVA, Isadore C., 24; $110/12. 22. HICKEY, John E., 19; $75/8.








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23. HARRIS, Samuel, 27, $60/5. 57. SINGLETARY, Simpson, 36; $100/3.
24. HOBKIRK, James, 19; $$70/6. 58. SLOAN, Allford, 20; $150/15.
25. HENDRY, Francis A., 22, $175/25. 59. SLOAN, Owen, 18; $80/3.
26. HENDRY, Geo. W., 18; $120/10; 60. SLOAN, Daniel, 42; $150/8; absent
horse died fran exhaustion on not entitled to pay from 12/20/56
express service 1/10/57. to 2/19/1857.
27. HILLIARD, Benjamin, 37; $70/4. 61. SLOAN, Jasper, 21; $70/10.
28. HOLTON, Thomas, 22; $120/8; ab- 62. SHEPPARD, Robert R., 24;$75/8.
sent not entitled to pay from 63. TAYLOR, Green, 22; $125/5; absent,
10/21/56 to 2/19/57. not entitled to pay 12/20 to 2/19.
29. JOHNSON, John, 30; appt. to Cpl. 64. UNDERHILL, John, 35; $120/5.
11/15/56 vice W. WHIDDEN. 65. UNDERHILL, William, 23; $120/5.
30. LESLEY, John T., 21; $125/18. 66. WHIDDEN, Masewell, 23; $135/10.
31. LONG, Nathaniel, 28; $50/3. 67. WHIDDEN, Jesse, 20; $80/6.
32. LONG, Oswald, 30; $100/6. 68. WHIDDEN, John (1st), 18; $80/3.
33. LONG, Thomas T., 19; $75/10. 69. WHIDDEN, Bennett, 28; &140/8.
34. MANLEY, James, 20; $110/10. 70. WHIDDEN, JOhn (2nd); 20; $80/6.
35. MITCHELL, Thos. J., 23, $100/8. 71. WHIDDEN, Win. W., 20; $60/8.
36. MITCHELL, Francis M., 20; $70/5. 72. WEEKS, Levi, 18; $130/10.
37. MITCHELL, Samuel, 23; $65/6; ab- 73. WILSON, James T., 33; $140/7.
sent; not entitled to pay from 74. WEEKS, John, 28; $150/4.
1/17 to 2/18/1857.
38. MERCER, Clen, 21; $150/10. DIED: Benjamin WARREN, Private, age
39. MOODY, William, 19; $75/8. 44; on 7 November 1856.
40. MOONEY, John, 26; $75/8.
41. MURPHY, Thomas, 19; $125/10; DISCHARGED:
horse died from hard express Levi LONG, Pvt. age 30; for S.O., 52
duty 10/1/1856: remounted. HD Ord Dept Fla 10/6/1856.
42. McGUIRE, Sherrod B., 27; $75/10. James H. THOMAS, Pvt., age 23, for
43. McCLBOD, Dan'1 T., 24; $100/10. S. 0. 58; horse died 10/13/56
44. McCLEOD, John, 19; $75/6; shot from hard service.
accidently by Hiram J. NEWBERRY
on march performing escort duty:
arm broken, probably injured
for life.
45. McDONALD, Julius, 22; $75/8.
46. McDONALD, Wi. M., 30; $100/10.
47. NOBLES, Alfred, 25; $110/10.
48. NEWBERRY, Hiram F., age?, $120/8.
49. OATS, John C., 36, $80/5; absent,
not entitled to pay from 12/31
to 2/19/57.
50. ORMOND, Alexander W., 33, $70/10.
51. O'NEIL, John, 21; $100/3.
52. PRICE, George W., 20; $110/5;
promoted to Sgt. 12/1/56 vice
John VICKERS.
53. RIGGS, Joshua D.E. 22; $125/8.
54. RAULERSON, Thorp, 23; $125/8;
appt. farrier 10/17 vice Henry
L. PARKER.
55. RODGERS, Win. P., 22; $130/5.
56. RAWLS, James W., 21; $100/4.








Vol. 6, cont'd

Pages 82-83

Muster Roll of Captain Leroy G. Lesly's Company of Florida Mounted Volunteers
ordered into service of the United States by Bvt. Brig. Gen'l W. L. Harney on
orders of the War Department, Washington, fron the 24th day of February 1857
for a period of six months.

On 24 February 1857 at Fort Brooke, Florida, L. G. Lesly, Captain commanding
the Company certified the muster to be true and accurate "in every particular"
stated. On the same date and place, Francis N. Page, Asst. Adj't Gen'l certi-
fied that he had inspected and mustered the company into the service of the
United States for the term of six months.

M. L. Shannahan and M. Post, Appraisers, certified that the valuation of
horses/horse equipements of each officer and soldier was honest and impartial
and "shew the true cash value of each man's horse/equipment".

Leroy G. LESLY, Capt., age 45; no cash value shown.
John W. FRIER, 1st Lt., age 33, $130/7.50
John E. FEWELL, 2nd Lt., age 21; $125/15.

John E. HICKEY, Sgt., 19; $80/5. Joseph EADY, Cpl., 22; $50/3.
Daniel B.KNIGHT, Sgt., 24; $75/7.50. Joseph R. ROBINSON, Cpl., 23; $125/15.
Oswald LANG, Sgt., 30; $175/25. W1. H. JOHNSON, Cpl., 45; $125/5.
John MOONEY, Sgt., 27; $100/7.50. Sherod B. McGUIRE, Cpl., 27; $75/3.

David WHITE, Bugler, 23; $150/15.
Emory L. LESLY, Bugler, 19; $90/10.
John P. BROWNING, Farrier, 27; $135/12.50.

PRIVATES:

1. ARNOLD, Harman, 36; $50/2.50. 22. GATES, Josiah, 45; $130/7.50.
2. BAILEY, John E., 30; $75/1. 23. GLAZIER, Ezekiel, 42; $$110/15.
3. BRANNAN, David, 25; $130/15. 24. GIBSON, Jesse G., 29; $125/5.
4. BROWN, Henry, 21; $75/2. 25. GRACE, Martin B., 20, $150/12.
5. BROWN, James L., 19; $100/10. 26. GUNTER, John B., 23; $130/18.
6. BROWNLOW, Joseph, 26; $80/10. 27. HARRISON, William H., 30; $100/15.
7. BARRY, Emmett E., 25; $175/20. 28. JOHNSON, Willis, 18; $60/1.
8. BLOCKER, William M., 23; $175/14. 29. JOHNSON, Grief H., 21; $135/2.
9. OONLIFF, James, 45; $125/7.50. 30. JOHNSON, John, 30; $80/7.50.
10. CLARKE, Henry A., 21; $140/10. 31. JOHNSON, Benjamin, 40; $75/25.
11. CRAIG, John, 40; $80/5. 32. JOHNSON, William, 38; $125/50.
12. CARUTHERS, Freeman W.,21;$130/15. 33. LESLY, John T., 21; $140/10.
13. CLIFTON, Geo. W., 23; $90/12.50. 34. LANGFORD, Henry, 29; $80/3.
14. CARTER, William, 24; $200/25. 35. LIVINGSTON, Joseph, 28; $125/25.
15. CRANE, Henry A., 45; $100/20. 36. McMILLAN, Daniel, 45; $50/3.
16. CENNADY, Daniel, 21; $175/15. 37. McDONALD, William, 20; $80/1.
17. DAVIDSON, John W., 43; $60/5. 38. MINK, John C., 45; $50/3.
18. DANIELS, Enoch, 43; $75/5. 39. MILLER, Archibald, 18; $75/3.
19. DUFFEL, Thomas, 19; $125/7.50. 40. McNEESE, Jackson, 40; $130/10.
20. ELLIS, Achell M., 27; $75/7.50. 41. McNEESE, William T., 19; $100/12.50.
21. GLAZIER, James, 17; $130/10. 42. MORGAN, Isaac D., 18; $80/12.








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43. McKAY, Diogenes, 37, $125/3. 59. VANDRIGHT, James C., 18; $135/7.
44. MERCER, Solomon, 23; $150/15. 60. WILSON, Arthur, 22; $60/7.50.
45. McDONALD, William, 29; $100/6. 61. WYATT, Jerman H., 29; $140/10.
46. OATS, John C., 36; $100/15. 62. WILLIAMS, James, 35; $25/1.
47. OIMOND, Alexander W., 34; $85/5. 63. WHITAKER, William H., 35; $80/10.
48. OLIVER, Chapman, 35; $125/10; 64. WHIDDEN, John, 19; $75/5.
trans. 3/30 fron Capt. Carter. 65. WHIDDEN, Willoughby, 45; $80/2.
49. PRATT, Wm. C., 20; $70/10. 66. WHIDDEN, Jesse, 20; $60/10.
50. STRICKLAND, Abraham, 24; $45/8. 67. WILLIAMSON, Win. H., 20; $100/10.
51. SMITH, Simon, 28; $125/15. 68. WILSON, Joseph, 42; $100/7.
52. SIMPSON,Singletary, 36; $135/7. 69. WHIDDEN, Masefield, 52; $100/18.
53. SHEFFIELD, Win., 22; $80/15; trans. 70. WARNER, Francis M., 21; $35/3;trans.
from Capt. Carter's Co. from Capt. Carter's Co.
54. STANLAND, Thomas, 25 $130/12. 71. WHIDDEN, Edward, 18; $75/15.
55. THOMPSON, Ephraim, 26; $125/5. 72. WOODRUFF, Joseph, 44; $150/10.
56. TISON, George, 35; $40/10. 73, YATES, Wiley; 22; $30/7; transferred
57. TOWNSEND, David N., 27; $100/12. from Capt. Carter's Co.
58. TAYLER, Green, 22; $125/10. 74. YOUNG, Joseph H., 25; $60/20.

DIED:

1. John E. BAILEY, age 30; $75/1; died at Ft. Brooke, Fla. 3/8/1857.
2. Daniel McMILLAN, age 45; $50/3; died at Manatee, Fla., 3/28/1857.


Pages 84-85

Muster Roll of Captain L. G. Lesly's Indpendent Company of Florida Mounted Vol-
unteers, under orders of the War Dept. (AGO) November 4, 1856; ordered into
service of the United States by Bvt. Gen'l W. S. Harney for the period of six
months from the 24th Day of Feburary to the 23rd Day of August 1857.

On August 23, 1857 at Fort Brooke, Fla., L. G. Lesly, Captain Ccnmanding the
Company certified the muster to be true and accurate. On the same day and
place, S. D. Lee, 1st Lt., 4th Art'y, certified he had inspected and mustered
the Comapny into service at Ft. Brooke. NOTE: Dollar figures following names
on the muster indicate the valuation of horse(s)/horse equipment.

1. Leroy G. LESLY, Captain, age 45; no dollar valuation indicated.
2. John W. PRICE, 1st Lieut., age 33; $130/7.50.
3. John E. FEWELL, 2nd Lieut., age 21; $125/15.

1. John W. HICKEY, Sgt, 19; $80/5.
2. Daniel B. KNIGHT, Sgt, 24, $75/12.50.
3. Oswald LONG, Sgt., 30; $175/15.


1. Joseph EADY, Cpl, 22, $50/3.
2. Joseph R. ROBINSON, Cpl, 23,$125/15.
3. William H. JOHNSON, Cpl, 45; $125/5.
4. Sherrod B. McGUIRE, Cpl, 27; $73/3.









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1. David WHITE, Bugler, age 23; $150/15; appointed bugler 6/1/1857.
2. Henry BROWN, Bugler, age 21; $75/2.
3. John JOHNSON, Farrier, age 30; $80/7.50; appointed farrier/blacksmith
7/4/1857 vice BROWNING, reduced.

PRIVATES

1. ARNOLD, Harman G.,36; $50/2.50. 36. McDONALD, Wm M., 20; $80/1.
2. BROWNING, John T., 27; $135/12.50. 37. MINKS, John C., 45; $50/3.
reduced to Pvt from farrier 38. MILLER, Archibald, 18; $75/3.
7/4/1857. 39. McNEESE, Jackson, 40; $130/10.
3. BRANNAN, David, 25; $130/15. 40. McNEESE, W~ T., 19; $100/12.50.
4. BROWN, James L., 19; $100/10; ab- 41. MORGAN, Isaac D., 18; $80/12.
sent w/o leave from 3/4 to 4/4. 42. McKAY, Diogenes, 37; $125/3.
5. BROWNLOW, Joseph, 26; $80/10. 43. MERCER, Solomon, 23; $150/15.
6. BARRY, Emmett E., 25; $175/20. 44. McDONALD, William, 29; $100/6.
7. BLOCKER, Wm M., 23; $175/14. 45. OATS, JOhn C., 36; $100/15.
8. CONTIFF, James, 45; $125/7.50. 46. ORMOND, Alexander W.,34; $85/5.
9. CLARK, Henry A., 21; $140/10. 47. OLIVER, Chapman, 35; $125/10;
10. CRAIG, John, 40; $80/5. trans. from Capt. Carter's Co.
11. CARUTHERS, Freeman, 21; $130/15. 3/30/57.
12. CLIFION, Geo. W., 23; $90/12.50. 48. PLATT, William C., 20; $70/10.
13. CARTER, William, 24; $200/25. 49. STRICKLAND, Abraham, 24; $45/8.
14. CRANE, Henry A., 45; $100/20, ab- 50. SMITH, Simeon, 28; $125/12.
sent w/o leave from 8/3; re- 51. SIMPSON, Singletry, 36; $$135/7.
commended discharge account of 52. SHEFFIELD, William; 22; $80/15;
disability 8/3. trans. fran Capt. Carter's Co.
15. CENNADAY, Daniel, 21; $140/10. 53. STANLAND, Thcmas, 25; $130/12.
16. DRIGGERS, Jacob E., 34; $175/20. 54. THOMPSON, Ephraim, 26; $125/5.
17. DYNEN, Jerry, 24;; $175/20. 55. TISON, George, 35; $40/10.
18. DAVIDSON, John W., 43; $60/5. 56. TOWNSEND, David N., 27; $100/12.
19. DANIELS, Enock, 43; $75/5. 57. TAYLOR, Green, 22; $125/50.
20. DUFFEL, Thomas, 19; $125/7.50; 58. VICKERS, John, 34; $160/20.
absent w/o leave from 5/28 59. VANDRIGHT, James C., 18; $135/7.
to 6/19. 60. WHIDDEN, Willoughby,23; $150/15.
21. ELLIS, Achell M., 27; $75/7.50. 61. WILSON, Arthur, 22; $60/7.50.
22. GLAZIER, James, 17; $130/10. 62. WYATT, German H., 29; $140/10.
23. GATES, Josiah, 45; $130/7.50. 63. WILLIAMS, James, 35; $25/1.
24. GLAZIER, Ezekiel, 42; $100/15. 64. WHITTAKER, Wi. H., 35; $80/10.
25. GIBSON, Jesse G., 29; $125./5, 65. WHIDDEN, John, 19; $75/5.
26. GRACE, Martin B., 20; $150/12. 66. WHIDDEN, Willinghby, 45; $80/2.
27. GUNTER, John B., 23; $30/18, 67. WHIDDEN, Jesse, 20; $60/10.
28. HARRISON, Wi. H., 30; $100/15. 68. WILSON, Joseph, 42; $100/7.50.
29. JOHNSON,Willis, 18; $60/1. 69. WHIDDEN, Maxfield, 52; $100/18.
30. JOHNSON, Grief H., 21; $135/2. 70. WARNER, Francis M., 21; $#5/3;
31. JOHNSON, Benjamin R., 40; $75/5. trans. fran Capt. Carter's Co
32. JOHNSON, Wi W., 38; $!25/10; pay dued as Corp'l to 3/30.
horse died from injury in 71. WHIDDEN, Edward, 18; $75/5.
the loins while on scout duty. 72. WOODRUFF, Joseph, 44; $!50/10.
33. LESLY, John T., 21; $140/10. 73. YATES, Wiley, 22; $30/7; trans.
34. LANGFORD, Henry, 29; $80/3. from Capt. Carter's Co. Pay
35. LIVINGSTON, Joseph, 28; $125/25; due as Corp'l to 3/30.
horse died 3/15 on forced 74. YOUNG, Joseph, 25; $60/20.
march after Indians.










Vol. 6, pp 84-85, PRIVATES, cont'd

DIED:
1. John BAILLY, Pvt., age 30; at Fort Brooke, 3/8/1857.
2. Daniel McMILLAN, Pvt., age 45; at Manatee, Fla., 3/28/1857.
3. Emory LESLEY, Bugler, age 19; at Tampa, Fla., 6/1/1857.

DISCHARGED:
1. William H. WILLIAMSON, Pvt., age 20; discharged 6/23/1857; pay due to
date of discharge.



Pages 86-87

Muster Roll of Captain Leroy G. Lesly's Independent Company of Florida Mounted
Volunteers, ordered into service of the United States by Col. Gustavus Locmis
under orders of the War Department (AGO) November 4, 1856 from the 24th day of
August 1857 for six months.

On 24 August 1857 at Fort Brooke, Fla., L. G. Lesly, Captain commanding the
Company certified that the muster as true and that the remarks set opposite the
name of each officer and soldiers "are accurate and just in every particular."
On the same day and place, S. D. Lee, 1st Lieut., 4th Art'y, certified the
muster as accurate. Wm. H. Wyatt, E. Glazier and John Addison, Appraisers,
certified on oath before S. D. Lee that the "valuation of horses/horse equip-
ments of the men respectively ... at enrollment...was honest and impartial."

1. Leroy G. LESLY, Captain, age 45; $225/15.
2. John W. PRICE, 1st Lt., age 33; $175/5.
3. John E. FEWELL, 2d Lt., age 21; $175/10.

1. Sherod B. McGUIRE, Sgt., age 27; $125/15.
2. Harn R. Robinson, Sgt., age 22; $125/5.
3. Joseph H. YOUNG, Sgt., age 25; $75/18,
4. David MIZEL, Sgt., age 24; $100/16.

1. Jerman H. WYATT, Cpl, age 29; $175/15.
2. John McDONALD, Cpl, age 27; $60/5.
3. EphraIM W. THOMPSON, age 26; $150/5.
4. John B. GUNTER,Sgt., age 24; $150/10.

1. David WHITE, Bugler, age 24; $175/5.
2. William C. PLATT, Bugler, age 21; $100/10.
3. Jacob E. DRIGGERS, Farrier, age 21; $200/10.

PRIVATES:

1. ALLEN, Elijah, age 25, $75/3. 7. CASON, Dennis M., 20; $150/10.
2. BATH, George, 19; $100//5. 8. CRAIG, John, age, 42; $150/5
3. BRADSHAW, James B.,age 19; $75.10. 9. CLARK, Henry A., 21, $200/10.
4. CANNADY, Daniel, age 21; $125/10. 10. DANIELS, Enoch, 46; $75/10.
5. CASON, William, age 28; $130/10. 11. GRACE, Martin B., 19; $175/15.
6. OONLIFFE, James, age 45; $130/10. 12. GIBSON, Jesse G, 30; $160/6.










Vol. 6, pp 86-87, PRIVATES, cont'd


13. GREEN, John, 32, $125/5. ENLISTED IN THE COMPANY:
14. HENRY, George W., 18, $150/10. PRIVATES
15. HOLLCMAN, James, 18; $175/10.
16. HUTCHISON, Joseph, 19; $75/5. 1. EADS, Joseph, age 22.
17. HARRISON, Wn. H., 34; $75/10. 2. WILSON, James D., 34
18. JORDAN, Daniel, 36; $75/5. 3. VANDERIPE, Wm. H., age 23.
19. JOHNSTON, Grief H., 22, $140/10. 4. ADDISON, Joel J., age 23.
20. JOHNSTON, Wm. H, 45; 150/5. 5. McNEESE, William T., age 19.
21. JOHNSON, Willis M., 18; $100/3. 6. HENRY, Francis A., age 23.
22. JOHNSON, Levin P., 26; $200/5. 7. JOHNSON, William W., age 38.
23. LESLY, John T., 22, $150/18. 8. LANIER, Louis, age 44.
24. MERCER, Clemen, 25; $125/10. 9. RIVERS, Walter S., age 21.
25. McCRATH, William, 18; $80/5. 10. RIVERS, John D., age 19.
26. MERCER, Wi. R., 19; $80/10. 11. RIVERS, Plato, age 18.
27. MORGAN, Isaac D., 18; $75/3. 12. ROBERTS, Albert G., age 29.
28. MARTIN, Luther A., 19; $150/5. 13. OSTEEN, Leander B., age 36.
29. MERCER, Solomon, 23; $175/5. 14. SHEFFIELD, William, age 23.
30. MERCER, Mitchel, 19; $150/8. 15. WHIDDEN, Maxfield, age 45.
31. MINK, John C., 49; $100/10. 16. WHIDDEN, Willoughby, age 45.
32. McDONALD, Neil T., 22; $125/15. 17. LANKFORD, Henry, age 29.
33. McDONALD, William, 21; $150/5. 18. PLATT, Lewis B., age 26.
34. McNEESE, Jackson, 42; $125/15. 19. WHIDDEN, Jesse, age 20.
35. McLANE, John L., 45; $140/5. 20. MOONEY, John, age 27.
36. NOBLES, Hiram, 22; $100/3. 21. WHIDDEN, John, age 19.
37. O'NEIL, John, 22; $80/5.
38. ORMOND, Alexander W., 34; $60/3.
39. PORTER, Richard, 21; $150/5.
40. TYSON, George, 35; $150/10.
41. TOWNSEND, David A.,27; $150/10.
42. VANDERIPE, James, 18; $175/5.
43. WHIDDEN, John, 21; $100/5.
44. WHIDDEN, Edward, 19; $100/3.
45. WHIDDEN, William, 19; $175/10.
46. WOODS, Luke, 22; $200/15.
47. WILLIAM, James, 34; no $ shown.
48. WOODRUFF, Joseph, 44; "
49. WILSON, Joseph, 43, "
50. WHITTAKER, Wm., 36, "


Pages 88-89

Muster Roll of Captain Leroy G. Lesley's Independent Company of Florida Mounted
Volunteers ordered into service of the United States at Fort Brooke, Fla., the
place of General Rendezvous by Col. Gustavus Lomais, under instructions of the
War Dept. (AGO) October 4, 1856 fran the 24thday of August 1857 for six months.

On 23 February 1858 at Fort Brooke, Fla., L. G. Lesley, Captain commanding the
company certified the muster to be true and accurate in every particular. On
the same date and place, Francis N. Page, Asst. Adj't General certified he had
examined the muster and inspected the abvoe named company.









iVol. 6, pp 88-89, cont'd

1. Leroy G. LESLY, Captain, age 45; $225/15.
2. John W. PRICE, 1st Lieut., age 33; $175/5.
3. John E. FEWELL, 2nd Lieut., age 21; $175.10.

1. Sherod B. McGUIRE, Sgt., age 27; $125/15.
2. Harn ROBINSON, Sgt., age 22; $125/5.
3. Joseph H. YOUNGE, age 25; $75/18; promoted to Sgt. 9/24.
4. Albert G. ROBERTS, age 29; no $ value; absent w/o leave 11/29 to 12/29.

1. Jerman H. WYATT, Corp'l, age 29; $175/15; promoted to Corporal 12/6; sick
in hospital at Fort Brooke.
2. William McDONALD, Corp'l, age 21; $150/5; absent, sick at Fort Heartsuff.
3. Ephraim W. THOMPSON, Corp'l, age 26; $150/5.
4. John B. GUNTER, Corp'l, age 24; $130/10.

1. David WHITE, Bugler, age 21; $175/5.
2.William C. PLATT, Bugler, age 21; $100/10; absent, sick at Fort Green.

PRIVATES:

1. ALLEN, Elijah, 25; $75/3. 31. MERCER, Clemen, 25; $125/10.
2. ADDISON, Joel J., 23; absent w/o 32. McCRATH, William, 18; $80/5.
leave 12/26/1857 to 1/15/1858. 33. MERCER, William. R., 19; $80/10.
3. BATH, George, 19;$75/10. 34. MORGAN, Isaac P., 18; $75/3.
4. BRADSHAW, James B., 19; no $ value. 35. MARTIN, Luther A., 19; $!50/5.
5. BRAMEN, David, 25; $125/10. 36. MERCER, Solanon, 23; $175/5.
6. CANNADY, Daniel, 21; $125/10. 37. MERCER, Mitchell, 19; $150/8;
7. CASON, William, 28; $130/10; lost absent, sick at Ft. Mead.
horse 10/10;; remounted. 38. MIZELL, David, 24; $100/16; was
8. CANLIFF, James, 45; $130/10. 4th Sgt., reduced to Pvt 9/24.
9. CASON, Dennis M., 20; $150/10. 39. MINK, John C., 49; $100/10.
10. CRAIG, John, 42; $150/5. 40. McDOUGAL, Neil P., 22; $125/15.
11. CLARK, Henry A., 21; $200/18. 41. McNEESE, Jackson, 42; $125/15;
12. DANIELS, Enoch, 46; $75/10. lost horse 10/20; remounted.
13. EADY, Joseph, 22; $175/10. 42. McLANE, John L., 45; $140/5.
14. GRACE, Martin B., 19; $175/15. 43. McNEESE, Wn. T., 29; no $ value.
15. GIBSON, Jesse G., 30; $160/6. 44. O'NEIL, John, 22; $80/5.
16. GREEN, John, 32; $125/5. 45. ORMAND, Alexander W., 34; $60/3.
17. HENDRY, George W., 18; $150/10. 46. OSTEEN, Leander B., 36; no $ val
18. HOLLOWAY, James, 18; $175/10. on extra duty 9/19 to 2/8.
19. HUTCHISON, Joseph, 19; $75/5. 47. PORTER, Richard, 21; $150/5.
20. HARRISON, William H., 34; $75/10. 48. PLATT, Lewis B., 26; no $ value.
21. HENDRY, Francis A., 23; no $ val. 49. RIVERS, Walter S., 21; no $ val.
22. JOHNSON, Wm. W., 38; no $ value. 50. RIVERS, John D., 19; no $ value.
23. JORDON, Daniel, 36; $75/5. 51. RIVERS, Plato, 18; no $ value.
24. JOHNSTON, Grief H., 22; $140/10. 52. ROGERS, Wi. P., 27; no $ value.
25. JOHNSTON, Wi. H., 45; $150/5. 53. SHEFFIELD, William, 23; no $ val
26. JOHNSON, Willia M., 18; $100/3. 54. TYSON, George, 35; $150/10.
27. JOHNSON, Levin P., 26; $200/5. 55. TOWNSEND, Davis A., 27; $150/10.
28. LESLEY, John T., 22; $150/18. 56. VANDERIPE, James, 18; $175/5.
29. LANKFORD, Henry, 29; no $ value. 57. VANDERIPE, Wn. H., 23; $175/5.
30. LANIER, Lewis, 44; no $ value; 58. WHIDDEN, Edward, 19; $100/3.
absent w/o leave 12/16 to 1/16. 59. WHIDDEN, Maxfield, 45; no $ val.









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1. Leroy G. LESLY, Captain, $150/25.
2. John T. LESLY, 1st Lieut., age 22; $125/25.
3. Albert G. ROBERTS, 2nd Lieut., age 31; $125/10.

1. David WHITE, 1st Sgt., age 24; $150/10.
2. Maxwell WHIDDEN, Sgt., age 24; $125/10.
3. Jerman H. WYATT, Sgt., age 30; $175/10.
4. Joseph EADY, Sgt., age 23; $150/25.

1. John WHIDDEN, Corp'l, age 19; $100/10.
2. Richard S. PORTER, Corp'l, age 21; $100/3.
3. William P. ROGERS, Corp'l, age 24; $100/6.
4. Denis M. CASON, Corp'l, age 20; $75/7.

1. Gideon C. CANOVA, Bugler, age 25; $150/10.
2. FLORENCE C. PALLICER, Bugler, age 26; $130/10.
3. Docotr M. HODGES, Farrier, age _; $175/20.

PRIVATES:

1. ALLEN, John, 33; $75/5. 34. JOHNSON, Levin P., 27; $125/8.
2. ALLEN, Elijah, 25; $110/10. 35. JOHNSON, Willis M., 18; $100/10.
3. ADDISON, Joel J., 24; $125/10. 36. JEFFRIES, Rich'd N., 24; $165/15
4. BRYANT, Francis M., 22; $75/7. 37. HEADLE, John H., 21; $160/12.
5. BROOKS, Richard, 20; $125/12. 38. LOCKHART, James A., 21; $125/10.
6. BATH, George, 19; $75/10. 39. LEAMAN, William, 35; $75/5.
7. BEACH, Archibald, 32; $100/6. 40. LIVINGSTON, Calvin H., 24;
8. BROWN, James L., 19; $150/25. $125/20, deserted/discharged.
9. BLOCKER, William M., 26; $150/25. 41. McDOUGALL, Neil P., 22; $100/10.
10. CASON, William, 28; $150/10. 42. MORGAN, Isaac D., 19; $140/12.
11. CRAIG, John, 43; $125/10. 43. McGUIRE, Sherrod R.,27; $125/20.
12. CONLIFFE, James, 44; $125/10. 44. MARTIN, Luther A., 20; $125/20.
13. COOPER, James M., 44; $100/10. 45. MINK, John C., 49; $75/8.
14. CUNNINGHAM, Stephen, 43; $140/10. 46. McGRAFT, William, 20; $125/15.
15. OOLLINS, William C., 25; $150/20 47. McLANE, John L., 45; $75/10.
16. COE, Burrell J., 21; $30/8. 48. MITCHELL, Thos. L., 25; $140/12.
17. DANIELS, James W., 25; $150/10. 49. ORMOND, Alexander, 35; $125/12.
18. DANIELS, Enoch, 45; $150/10. 50. OTT, Charles, 22; $75/5.
19. EADY, John J., 44; $125/12. 51. PHILLIPS, Wesly, 27; $75/7.
20. FEWELL, John C., 22; $175/20. 52. PHIFFER, Augustus, 28; $50/5.
21. FARROW, Jereniah, 22; $160/15. 53. REDD, David D., 26; $100/10.
22. GIBSON, Jesse G., 31; $100/10. 54. ROBINSON,Jos. R.H., 23; $140/15.
23. GRACE, Martin B., 19; $150/12. 55. SWEAT. William C., 29; $100/18.
24. GARREDO, Michael, 35; $75/10. 56. SCHLERRITT, Henry, 41; $40/4.
25. GREEN, James D., 34; $200/15. 57. RANSELL, Nathan W., 30; $125/8.
26. GATES, Josiah, 45; $150/12. 58. SIMMONS, Abraham, 26; $100/10.
27. GUNTER, John B. 24; $140/18. 59. STRINGER, John L., 26; $150/10;
28. GIVENS, Thomas M., 19; $100/18. discharged.
29. HARRISON, William H.,33; $100/10. 60. TOWNSEND, ,DAvid H., 28; $100/8.
30. HUTCHINSON, Joseph, 20; $100/8. 61. VANDERIPE, James, 18; $ 150/10.
31. HAWKINS, Daniel L., 30; $150/12. 62. VANDERIPE, Wm. H., 44; $150/10.
32. JOHNSON, Grief H., 22; $75/10. 63. WELLS, Rich'd M., 19; $175/12.
33. JOHNSON, William H., 44; $100/10. 64. WELLS, Sam'1 A., 21; $150/18.









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65. WATERSTON, Robt. N., 33; $100/8; 69. WOODRUFF Joseph, 44; $200/15.
deserted/discharged. 70. WATERS, James W., 23; $100/5.
66. WEEKS, Samuel, 36; $75/10. 71. WHITTAKER, William H., 35; $150/10.
67. WEEKS, Levi, 19; $140/18. 72. WOODS, Luke W., 20; $140/8.
68. WILLIAMS, James G., 35; $75/10. 73. HENRY, George W., 19; $140/10.
(or GEORGE, W. Henry)


Pages 92-93

Muster Roll of Captain Leroy G. Lesly's Company of Florida Mounted Volunteers
ordered into service of the United States by Col. Gustavus Loomis under in-
structions of the War Department (AGO) from the 23rd Day of February 1858 to
the 17 Day of May 1858.

The muster was certified as accurate on May 17th 1858 at Fort Brooke, Fla.by
L. G. Lesly, Captain, canmanding the company and by Theo. Talbot, Inspector and
Mustering Officer. NOTE: Dollar figures after names denote the valuation of
horse/horse equipment as valued by "good and disinterested judges, and at
fair and just rates."

1. Leroy G. LESLY, Captain, age 45; $150/25.
2. John T. LESLY, 1st Lieut., age 22; $125/25.
3. Albert G. ROBERTS, 2nd Lieut., age 31; $125/10.

1. David WHITE, Sgt., age 24; $150/10.
2. Maxwell WHIDDEN, Sgt., age 24; $125/10.
3. Jerman H. WYATT, Sgt., age 30; $175/15.
4. Joseph EADY, Sgt., age 23; $150/25.

1. John WHIDDEN, Corp'l, age 19; $100/10.
2. Richard J. PORTER, Corp'l, age 21; $100/3.
3. William P. ROGERS, Corp'l age 24; $100/6.
4. Denis M. CASON, Corp;l, age 20; $75/7.

1. Isidore C. CANOVA, Bugler, age 25; $150/10.
2. Florence C. PALLICER, Bugler, age 26; $150/10.
3. Doctor M. HODGES, Farrier, age 45; $175/20.

PRIVATES:

1. ALLEN, John, 33; $75/5. 13. COOPER, James M., 44; $100/10.
2. ALLEN, Elijah, 25; $110/10. 14. CUNNINGHAM, Stephen, 43; $140/10
3. ADDISON, Joel J., 24; $125/10. 15. COLLINS, William C., 25; $150/20
4. BRYANT, Francis M., 22; $75/7. 16. ODE, Burrell P., 21; $30/8.
5. BROOKS, Richard, 20; $125/12. 17. DANIELS, James W., 25; $150/10.
6. BATH, George, 29, $75/10. 18. DANIELS, Enoch, 45; $150/10.
7. BEACH, Archibald, 32; $100/6. 19. EADY, John J., 44; $125/12.
8. BROWN, James L., 19; $150/25. 20. FINCH, John C., 22; $175/20.
9. BLOCKER, William M., 24; $150/25. 21. FARROW, Jeremiah, 22; $160/15.
10. CASON, William, 28; $150/10. 22. GIBSON, Jesse G., 31; $100/10.
11. CRAIG, John, 43; $125/10. 23. GRACE, Martin B., 19; $150/12.
12. CONLIFFE, James, 44; $125/10. 24. GARREDO, Michael, 35; $75/10.








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25. GREEN, James D., 34; $200/15. 48. MITCHELL, Thos. L., 25; $140/12.
26. GATES, Josiah, 45; $150/12. 49. ORMOND, Alexander W., 35; $125/12.
27. GUNTER, John B., 24; $140/18, 50. OTT, Charles, 22; $75/5.
28. GIVENS, Thos. M., 19; $100/18. 51. PHILIPPS, Wesly, 27; $75/7.
29. HENRY, George W., 19; $140/10. 52. REDD, David D., 26; $100/10.
30. HARRISON, Wn. H., 33; $100/10. 53. ROBINSON, Joseph R.H., 23; $140/15.
31. HUTCHINSON, Joseph, 20; $100/8. 54. SWEAT, William C., 29; $100/18.
32. HAWKINS, Dan'l L., 30; $!50/12. 55. SCHLERRITT, Henry, 41; $40/4.
33. JOHNSON, Grief H., 22; $75/10. 56. STANSELL, Nathan W., 30; $125/8.
34. JOHNSON, Wn. H., 44; $100/10. 57. SIMMONS, Abraham, 26; $100/10.
35. JOHNSON, Levin P., 27; $125/8. 58. TOWNSEND, DAvid N., 28; $100/8.
36. JOHNSON, Willis M.,18; $100/10. 59. VANDERIPE, James, 18; $150/10.
37. JEFFRIES, Rich'd H.,21; $165/15. 60. VANDERIPE William H., 44; $150/10.
38. KEADLE, John H., 21; $160/12. 61. WELLS, Richard M., 19; $175/12.1
39. LOCKHART, James A.,21; $125/10. 62. WELLS, Samuel A., 21; $150/18.
40. LEAMAN, William, 35; $75/5. 63. WEEKS, Samuel, 36; $75/10.
41. McDOUGALL, Neil P.,22;$100/10. 64. WEEKS, Levi, 19; $140/18.
42. MORGAN,Isaac D., 19; $140/12. 65. WILLIAMS, James G., 35; $75/10.
43. McGUIRE, Sherod B.,27, $125/20. 66. WPPDRUFF, Joseph, 44; $200/15.
44. MARTIN, Luther, 20; $125/20. 67. WATERS, James W., 23; $100/5.
45. MINK, John C., 49; $75/8. 68. WHITTAKER, William H. 35; $!50/10.
46. McGRATH, William, 20; $125/15. 69. WOODS, Luke W., 20; $140/5.
47. McLANE, John L., 45; $75/10.

DISCHARGED:
1. STRINGER, John L., Pvt., age 26; $150/10; discharged P.O. No. 23; HDQtrs
Dept., Fla, Fort Brooke, April 5. Entitled to pay allowances to April
4, 1858.

DESERTED:
1. LIVINGSTON, Calvin H., Pvt., age 24; $125/20; discharged without pay or
allowances PO No.23, April 8, Fort Brooke, Fla.
2. WATERSTON, Robert N., Pvt., age 33; $100/8; discharged without tpay or
allowances PO No.23,April 8, Fort Brooke, Fla.
3. PHEFFER, Augustus, Pvt., age 28; $50/5; deserted.



Pages 94-95

Muster Roll of Captain D. Levy's Campany C, of the Volunteer Florida Militia,
camnanded by Lt. Col. Joseph S. Sanchez, ordered into service of the United
States by Governor Call, Commander in Florida, from the 15th Day of November
1836 to the 16 Day of February 1837, unless sooner discharged.

On 16 November 1836 at St. Augustine, Florida, Captain D. Levy, Commanding the
Company, certified the muster to be true in every particular. G. Drane,
Captain, 2nd Art'y, also certified the muster to be accurate.

1. D. LEVY, Captain. 1. Lawrence ANDRES, 1st Sgt.
2. Samuel NORTHROP, 1st Lieut. 2. George GIANOPOLY, 2d Sgt.
3. John R. ANDRES, 2d Lieut. 3. Michael USINA, 3d Sgt.








Vol. 6, pp 94-95, cont'd

1. Elias MEDICIS, Corporal. William CLARK, Musician
2. Joseph ANDRES, Corporal. George CLARK, Musician
3. Andrew LOPEZ, Corporal.


PRIVATES:

1. ANDRES, Francis 21. ORTAGUS, Gregorio
2. ANDRES, Antonio 22. PURVIS, John
3. ANDRES, Thomas 23. PACETTY, Josephy
4. BENNET, Joseph 24. PACETTY, Crescencio
5. CIRCOPOLY, Peter 25. PONS, Antonio
6. GUERIDO, Manuel 26. PONS, Bartolo
7. GEIGER, Henry 27. PCMAR, Antonio
8. HERNANDEZ, James 28. ROGERO, Francis
9. HERNANDEZ, Antonio 29. SUAREZ, J. B.
10. HORNE, James 30. SEGUI, Peter
11. HALL, Thomas H. 31. SEGUI, John
12. LEONARDI, Matteo 32. SALAS, Jose
13. LOPEZ, Joseph 33. WILLIMS, John L.
14. LOPEZ, Antonio 34. ARNAU, Franics
15. LOPEZ,Bartolo 35. CLEMENT, John, joined 18 Nov. 1836
16. LODERALL, Josephy since the muster of the Company.
17. MEDICIS, Francis 36. ARNAU, James, joined 25 Nov. 1836
18. MEDICIS, Michael since the muster of the Company.
19. McLANE, Albion 37. GREENSTREET, Thomas, joined 29 Nov.
20. MAR, John 1836 since the muster of the Co.


Pages 96-97

Muster Roll of Captain D. Levy's Company C, of the Florida Mounted Volunteers
commanded by Lieutenant J. T. Sanchez ordered into the service of the United
States by General R. K. Call in Florida frma the 16th Day of November 1836 to
the 16th Day of February 1837.

At Fort Marion on 18 February 1837 Sam'1 Northrop, 1st Lieut., certified the
muster to be accurate and just. On the same date and place, Harvey Brown, Capt
Inspector and Mustering Officer verified that the muster was accurate.

1. D. LEVY, Captain; absent, retired 23 December 1836.
2. Sam'l NORTHROP, 1st Lieut., assumed conmand of the company 12/23/1836.
3. John ANDRES, 2nd Lieut.

1. Lawrence ANDRES, Sgt.
2. George GIANOPOLY, Sgt.
3. Michael USINA, Sgt.

1. Elias MEDICIS, Corp'l; discharged 2/6/1837; absent.
2. Joseph ANDRES, Corp'l
3. Andreu LOPEZ, Corp'l
4. George CLARKE, Musician
5. William CLARKE, Musician








Vol. 6, pp 96-97, cont'd

PRIVATES:

1. ANDRES, Francis 20. MAQ, John
2. ANDRES, Antonio 21. ORTAGUS, Gregorio
3. ANDRES, Thomas 22. PURVIS, John
4. BENNET, Joseph 23. PACETY, Joseph
5. CIRCOPOLY, Peter 24. PACETY, Crescencio
6. GUIRIDO, Manuel 25. PONS, Antonio
7. GEIGER, Henry 26. PONS, Bartolo
8. HERNANDEZ, James 27. POMAR, Antonio
9. HERNANDEZ, Antonio; dis- 28. ROGERO, Francis
charged 2/6/1837, absent. 29. SUAREZ, J. B.
10. HORNE, James; discharged 30. SEGUI, Peter
2/6/1857, absent. 31. SEGUI, John
11. HALL, Thomas A. 32. SALAS, Jose
12. LEONARDI, Mateo 33. WILLIAMS, John L.; discharged
13. LOPEZ, Joseph 2/6/1837, absent.
14. LOPEZ, Antonio 34. ARNAU, Francis
15. LOPEZ, Bartolo. 35. CLEMENT, John; discharged 2/6/1837,
16. LOLDUALL,Joseph absent.
17. MEDICIS, Francis 36. ARNAU, James
18. MEDICIS, Michael 37. GREENSTREET, Thomas
19. McLANE, Albion



Pages 98-99


Muster Roll of Lieutenant James Livingston's Company of the 1st Regiment, 2nd
Brigade, of the Florida Militia, commanded by Col. John Warren; ordered into
service of the United States by his Excellency Governor Call fran the 20th Day
of July to the 20th Day of November 1836. [The Company was mustered at Palmetto
by Lt. Col. Mills.]

At Fort Gilliland on 8 April 1837, James Livingston, Lieut. commanding the
Companu certified "on honor that this muster roll exhibits the true state
of the Company... that remarks are accurate and just ... in every particular."
On the same date and place, L. B. Webster, Captain, 1st Regt. Art'y, certifi-
ed that he had inspected and mustered the above named company.

1. James LIVINGSTON, 1st Lt., Acting Quartermaster & Cammissary of Subsist-
ence; 1 servant and two horses.
2. William JOHNSON, 2nd Lt., 1 servant and two horses.

1. Solomon ZIPPERER, Orderly Sergt., mounted.
2. George E. OVERSTREET, Sergt., mounted.

1. Jacob SNIDER, Corporal, mounted.
2. William JOHNSON, Sen'r, Corporal, mounted.








Vol. 6, pp 98-99, cont'd

PRIVATES:

1. BRADDOCK, Jno. C., mounted. 18. LANGFORD, Wiley, mounted.
2. BELLAMY, John B., mounted. 19. LANGFORD, John, no horse.
3. CLARK, William, mounted. 20. LIVINGSTON, Felix, mounted.
4. CLARK, Henry, mounted. 21. MICHAEL, James, mounted.
5. CLARK, Silas, mounted. 22. PREVATT, James N., mounted.
6. DALY, Daniel, mounted. 23. RUSSELL, Sam'l, Jr., mounted.
7. DESHA, Franklin, mounted. 24. RIGGS, Emanuel, mounted.
8. DUNLAP, George, mounted. 25. SIMMONS, M., mounted.
9. ENGLISH, Cornelius; died 1 26. SMITH, William, mounted.
Sept. 1836; his horse con- 27. STEPHENS, Fernando, mounted.
tinued in service 4 mos. 28. WILSON, Joseph N., mounted.
10. FUTCH, Wn. J., mounted. 29. WINGATE, Thomas, mounted.
11. GULBERT?, S., mounted. 30. WOOD, Absolam, mounted.
12. GODWIN, Seaborn, mounted. 31. WALKER, John, mounted.
13. GREEN, Isaac, mounted. 32. WALKER, James, mounted.
14. HINSON, Samuel, mounted.
15. HIGGINBOTHAM, W. B., mounted.
16. HUDSON, Samuel, mounted.
17. LANGFORD, William, mounted.


Pages 100-101

Muster Roll of Captain James Livingston's Mounted Company of the 1st Regiment,
2nd Brigade of the Florida Militia, canmanded by Col. John Warren; ordered in-
to service of the United States by Maj. General Thomas L. Jesup from the 20th
Day of December 1836 for six months.

The company was mustered at Fort Palmetto by Lieut. Col. Mills and on 30 March
1837 and Fort Palametto, Fla., the muster was certified as accurate and true by
John Livingston, Captain caomanding the company. L. B. Webster, Captain, US
Art'y, signed as Inspector and Mustering Officer on same date and place.

1. Captain James LIVINGSTON; 1 servant, 2 sorrel horses.
2. 1st Lieut. John WILSON; 1 servant, 1 bay horse, 1 grey horse.
3. 2nd LIeut. Thcmas LANGFORD; 1 bay horse, 1 black horse.

1. Silas OVERSTREET, Orderly Sergt., 1 cream horse.
2. John LANGFORD, Sergt., 1 bay mare.
3. L. G. LESLY, Sergt., 1 bay horse.

1. William JOHNSON, Corp'l, 1 grey horse.
2. Geroge OVERSTREET, Corp'l, 1 grey horse.
3. Solomon ZIPPERER, Corp'l, 1 bay horse.

PRIVATES:

1. BEVAN, John, 1 grey horse. 5. CARAWAY, Joshua, a sorrel mare;
2. BOOTH, James, 1 bay mare. absent, on leave
3. CARAWAY, Elijah, 1 bay horse. 6. CAROUTH, C. L., 1 grey horse.
4. CARAWAY, Elijah, Jr., 1 roan horse. 7. CASON, Silas, 1 bay mare.








Vol. 6, pp 100-101, PRIVATES, cont'd

8. CLARK, William, roan horse. 27. LANGFORD, John, Sen'r, sorrel horse
9. CLARK, Silas, no horse. 28. LANGFORD, William R., sorrel horse.
10. CLEMENTS, William, sorrel mare. 29. LANGFORD, Nicholas, sorrel mare.
11. COLLINS, Dennis, bay horse. 30. LANGFORD, Wil'm., Junr., brown mare.
12. CORBAN, James, white horse. 31. LANGFORD, John Little, grey mare.
13. CORBAN, Moses, bay horse. 32. *LANE, James, bay horse.
14. DRIVER, John, grey horse. 33. MOBLEY, Edward, grey horse.
15. EDWARDS, Henry, grey mare. 34. MORGAN, Jackson, bay horse.
16. GILLETT, Edward, no horse. 35. OLIVER, Chas. L. B., sorrel mare.
17. GODDEN, Seaborne, bay horse. 36. PETERSON, John, white horse.
18. GODDEN, Allen, bay horse. 37. ROWLAND, Edmund, grey horse.
19. HARGROVES, William, sorrel horse. 38. SISTRUNK, Calvin, black horse.
20. HILL, Stacey B., bay horse. 39. SISTRUNK, Henry, bay mare.
21. HOLLAND, James S., bay horse. 40. SNIDER, Jacob, bay horse.
22. HALL,James, bay horse. 41. SUMMERALL, Jacob, Jr., bay horse.
23. HUNTER, John, bay horse. 42. SYKES, Arthur (not readable)
24. JOHNSON, Green, sorrel horse. 43. TOWNSHEND, John (not readable)
25. LAMB, Crave, bay horse. 44. WILKINSON, Jere. (not readable).
26. LANGFORD, Wiley, no horse. absent on leave at Charles Ferry.


Pages 102-103

Muster Roll of Captain James Livingston's Mounted Company of the 1st Regiment,
2nd Brigade of the Florida Militia, commanded by Col. John Warren, ordered into
service of the United States by Maj. Gen'l Thomas L. Jesup from the 20th Day of
December 1836 to the 5 Day of June 1837.

On 5 June 1837 at Fort Palmetto, James Livingston, Captain commanding the Com-
pany, by signature certified the muster roll to be accurate and further stated:
"The men could not assemble at Fort Gilliland for want of subsistence for their
horses" ... and it was "ordered and mustered out of service at Fort Gilliland.

1. James LIVINGSTON, Captain, present with 1 servant and 2 horses.
2. John WILSON, 1st Lt., present with 1 servant and 2 horses.
3. Thomas LANGFORD, 2d Lt., present with 1 servant and 2 horses.

1. Silas OVERSTREET, 1st Sgt., present at Fort Palmetto.
2. John LANGFORD, Junr., Sgt., present.
3. L. G. LESLY, Sgt., present.

1. Coble? W. JOHNSON, Corp'l, present.
2. G. E. OVERSTREET, Corp'l, present.
3. Solomon ZIPPERER, Corp'l, present.

PRIVATES

1. BIVIN, John, on duty. 7. CASON, Silas, absent, on leave.
2. BOOTH, James, present 8. CLARKE, William, present.
3. CARRAWAY, Elijah, Sr., present. 9. CLARKE, Silas, present, no horse.
4. CARRAWAY, Elijah, Jr., present. 10. CLEMENTS, William, present.
5. CARRAWAY, Joshua, present. 11. COLLINS, Dennis, sick.
6. CAROUTH, C. L., on duty. 12. CORBAN, James, on duty.





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Vol. 6, pp 102-103, PRIVATES, cont'd

13. CORBAN, Moses, on duty. 29. LANGFORD, Nicholas, on duty.
14. DRIVER, John, present. 30. LANGFORD, Wn., Jr., on duty.
15. EDWARDS, Henry, present. 31. LANGFORD, John Little, present.
16. GODDEN, Seaborne, present. 32. LAMB, James, present.
17. GILLET, Edward, pres. no horse. 33. MOBLY, Edward, present.
18. GODDEN, Allen, present. 34. MORGAN, Jackson, present.
19. HARGROVES, William, present. 35. OLIVER, Charles B., present.
20. HILL, Stacy B., present. 36. PETERSON, John, present.
21. HOLLAND, James, present. 37. ROWLAND, Edmond, present.
22. HALL, James, present. 38. SISTRUNK, Calvin, present.
23. HUNTER, John, present. 39. SISTRUNK, Henry, present.
24. JOHNSON, Green, present. 40. SNIDER, Jacob, present.
25. LAMB, Cravey, present. 41. SUMMERALL, Jacob, present.
26. LANGFORD, Wiley, present, 42. SYKES, Arthur, present.
no horse. 43. TOWNSHEND, John, present.
27. LANGFORD, John, on duty. 44. WILKERSON, Jere., present.
28. LANGFORD, Wm., Sr. on duty.


Pages 104-105

Muster Roll of Captain Madison C. Livingston's Company of the 2nd Regiment of
East Florida (Volunteers) Militia, commanded by Brig. Gen'l Hernandez; ordered
into service of the United States by Bvt. Maj. Gen'l Thomas S. Jesup from the 6
Day of June to the 17th Day of December 1837.

On 8 October 1837 at Fort Palametto, Madison C. Livingston, Captain commanding
the Company certified the muster roll to be true and accurate. On the same day
and place, F. G. Jones, Lieut. certified he had inspected and mustered the
company.

1. M. C. Livingston, Captain; 1 gray and 1 bay horse; joined and elected
Captain 20 July 1837 in place of Capt. J. Livingston, elected Colonel.
2. Silas OVERSTREET, 1st Lt., 1 chestnut and 1 sorrel horse.
3. Solanon ZIPPERER, 2d Lt., 1 cream horse.

1. Silas OVERSTREET, 1st Sergt., 1 sorrel horse.
2. John CLEMENTS, Sergt., 1 sorrel horse.
3. Samuel HENDERSON, Sergt., 1 gray horse.
4. Emanuel RIGGS, Sergt., 1 sorrel horse.

1. John ZIPPERER, Jr., Corp'l, 1 sorrel horse.
2. Isam HOWELL, Corp'l, 1 sorrel horse; appointed Corp'l 10/6 vice LANGFORD.
3. Thos. COWART, Corp'l, 1 bay horse.
4. Isaac SMITH, Corp'l, 1 sorrel horse.

PRIVATES

1. ANDERSON, James, bay horse. 6. BURNETT, John R., bay horse.
2. BONE, George, bay horse. 7. CLARK, Silas, bay horse.
3. BRENHAM, Henry, sorrel horse. 8. CLARK, William, gray horse.
4. BELL, Dunan, bay horse. 9. CLEMENTS, William, roan horse.
5. BLAIR, Jackson, bay horse. 10. CARUTH, C. L., sorrel horse.








Vol. 6, pp 104-105, PRIVATES, cont'd

11. CASON, Silas, bay horse. 46. PLATT, David, bay horse.
12. CHURCH, Lucius (indistinct) 47. PLATT, Peter, bay horse.
13. CRAE, Wm. R., sorrel horse. 48. ROBERTS, Henry, bay horse.
14. CRUM, Harmon, chestnut sorrel. 49. ROBERTS, Hiram, bay horse.
15. COWART, William, sorrel horse. 50. ROBERTS, Wiley, sorrel horse.
16. CLIFTON, Henry, Sr., brown horse. 51. SEVER, John, sorrel horse.
17. DRIGGERS, Simeon, sorrel horse. 52. SNIDER, Jacob, sorrel horse.
18. DEVANE, Benj., sorrel horse. 53. SUMMERLIN, Allen, gray horse.
19. EWING, D. B., sorrel horse. 54. SAPP, William, sorrel horse.
20. EASTERS, Augustus, gray horse. 55. SAPP, Henry, bay horse.
21. FIELDS, Andrew, bay horse. 56. SAPP, Aley, black horse.
22. FAULKNER, James, sorrel horse. 57. SEVER, William, bay horse.
23. GODWIN, Seaborn, bay horse. 58. SEVER, William H., bay horse.
24. GIDENS, Duncan, bay horse. 59. SUTTON, Irvin, brown horse.
25. HOLLAND, James, gray horse. 60. SAPP, Mark, sorrel horse.
26. HARDGROVES, Wi., gray horse. 61. SMITH, John N., bay horse.
27. KING, Lewis, bay horse. 62. TOWNSEND, Benj., horse unreadable.
28. KING, William, bay horse. 63. TOWNSEND, John, bay horse.
29. LANGFORD, Jno. S., sorrel horse. 64. TRIPLET, Eli, no horse.
30. LANGFORD, Wiley, gray horse. 65. TOWNSEND, Allen, black horse.
31. LANGFORD, Wi., Jr., bay horse. 66. TOWNSEND, Jessee, bay horse.
32. LANGFORD, Jno., Sr., bay horse. 67. VICKERS, Aaron, brown horse.
33. LANGFORD, Wm., Sr., gray horse. 68. WILDER, John N., sorrel horse.
34. LANIER, Lewis, sorrel horse. 69. WYCHE, Jno. S., sorrel horse.
35. LANGFORD, Thos., sorrel horse. 70. WARNER, Zenas, black horse.
36. MOODY, Perry, sorrel horse. 71. WILEY, Aldridge bay horse.
37. McLEOD, Angus, sorrel horse. 72. WILLIAMS, Roland, bay horse.
38. MUNROE, John, sorrel horse. 73. WARREN, Benj., bay horse.
39. McLBOD, William, bay horse. 74. WILSON, Rysby?, bay horse.
40. McCRANEY, Neil, cream horse. 75. WELLS, Jacob, black horse.
41. OVERSTREET, Geo. E., bay horse. 76. WELLS, Martin, black horse.
42. PONLAGE, John G., bay horse. 77. this number emitted.
43. PARKER, William, roan horse. 78. WHEADEN, NOah, sorrel horse.
44. PARKER, Ashford, black horse. 79. ZIPPERER, Jos., sorrel horse.
45. PARKER, Luke, bay horse. 80. ZIPPERER, Jno., brown horse.

James LIVINGSTON, Captain, 16 June 1837; elected Lt. Colonel, 2nd Regt. E.
Florida on 20 July 1837.

John LANGFORD, Jr., Corporal, died 8 October 1837.



Pages 106-107

Muster Roll of Captain M. C. Livingston's Company of the 2nd Regiment, 2nd
Brigade of the East Florida Mounted Volunteers commanded by Col. Wn. J. Mills
ordered into service of the United States by Maj. Gen'l Thos. S. Jesup from the
16th Dauy of June 1837 to the 16th Day of December 1837.

The company was mustered into service on 9 October 1837 at Fort Palmetto by
Lieut. F. L.Jones, US Army.








Vol. 6, pp 106-107, cont'd

On 18 December 1837 at Fort Gilliland, Fla., M. C. Livingston, Captain ccm-
manding the company certified the muster to be accurate and just. On the same
date and place, S. Churchill, Maj., Adj't Gen'l, US Army, certified the muster
to be accurate,and, honorably discharged the company from the service of the
United States.

1. James LIVINGSTON, Captain; promoted to Lieut. Colonel 20 July and trans-
ferred to Field and Staff.
1. M. C. LIVINGSTON, joined company 20 July as Captain; 1 servant, Martin, and
2 horses.
2. Silas OVERSTREET, 1st Lieut.; 1 servant, Jack, and 2 horses.
3. Solomon ZIPPERER, 2nd Lieut.; 1 servant, Joe, and 2 horses.

1. Silas L. OVERSTREET, Sergt. 1. Geo. ZIPPERER, Jr., Corp'l
2. Jno. CLEMENTS, Sergt. 2. Isam HOWELL, Corp'l, pranoted 10/7.
3. Sam'l HENDERSON, Sergt. 3. Thos. COWART, Corp'l
4. Emanuel RIGGS, Sergt. 4. Isaac SMITH, Corp'l

PRIVATES:

1. ANDERSON, Jas. L. 33. LANGFORD, Wi., Sr.
2. BONE, Geo. 34. LANIER, Lewis
3. BRENNAN, Henry 35. LANGFORD, Thos.
4. BELL, Duncan 36. MOODY, Perry
5. BLAIR, Jackson 37. McLEOD, Angus
6. BURNET, Jno. R. 38. MUNROE, John
7. CLARK, Silas 39. McLEOD, Wn.
8. CLARK, William 40. McCRANEY, Neil.
9. CLEMENTS, nW. 41. OVERSTREET, Geo. E.
10. CARRUTH, C. L. 42. POULAGE, J. G.
11. CASON, Silas 43. PARKER, William
12. CHURCH, Lucius 44. PARKER, Ashford
13. CRAY, W. R. 45. PARKER, Luke
14. CRUM, Harmon 46. PLATT, David
15. COWART, Wi. 47. ROBERTS, Henry.
16. KING, Lewis 48. ROBERTS, Hiram
17. CLIFTON, Henry, Sr. 49. ROBERTS, Wiley
18. DRIGGERS, Simeon 50. SEVER, John
19. DEVANE, Benj. 51. SNIDER, Jacob, horse lost Sept.
20. EWING, D. B. found later; remounted.
21. EASTERS, Augustus 52. SUMMERLIN, Allen
22.FIELDS, Andrew 53. SAPP, William
23. FAULKNER, Jas. 54. SAPP, Henry
24. GODWIN, Seaborn 55. SAPP, Aley?
25. GIDDINS, Duncan 56. SEVER, W. H.
26. HOLLAND, James 57. SEVER, William
27. HARGRAVES, Wia. 58. SUTTON, Irwin
28. KING, William, horse diseased, 59. SAPP, Mark
shot 12/11. 60. SMITH, John
29. LANGFORD, L.J. 61. TOWNSEND, Benj.
30. LANGFORD, Wiley 62. TOWNSEND, Jno.
31. LANGFORD, Wm., Jr. 63. TRIPLET, Eli.
32. LANGFORD,Jno. Sr. 64. TOWNSEND, Allen








Vol. 6, pp 106-107, PRIVATES, cont'd

65. TOWNSEND, Jesse. 73. WARREN, Benj.
66. VICKERS, Aaron 74. WILSON, Risby
67. WILDER, Jno. M. 75. WELLS, Jacob
68. WYCHE, Jno. S. 76. WELLS, Martin
69. WARNER, Zenas 77. PLATT, Peter
70. WILEY, Aldrich 78. ZIPPERER, Jos.
71. WHEADON, Noah 79. ZIPPERER, Jno., Sr.
72. WILLIAMS, Roland

DIED: John LANGFORD, Corporal, at Fort Palmetto on October 6th.


Pages 108-109

Muster Roll of Captain M. C. Livingston's Company of the Battalion of the
Middle Florida Mounted Volunteers commanded by Maj. John L. Taylor, received
into the service of the United States by Maj. Gen'l Thos. S. Jesup under the
Act of Congress approved May 23, 1836 (to serve) fram the 12th Day of February
1838 for six months.

At San Pedro, Fla., on 26 March 1838, S. Churchill, Maj. Art'y, and Mustering
Officer certified by signature that he had mustered the Campany into service
for the period of six months, unless sooner discharged.

1. M. C. LIVINGSTON, Captain
2. Thomas LANGFORD, 1st Lt.
3. Sam'l T. HENDERSON, 2d Lt.

1. Alex. McDANIEL, 1st Sgt. 1. Irvin SUTTON, Cor'l
2. Angus McLEOD, Sgt. 2. Elmore CALLOWAY, Corp'l
3. Lewis LANIER, Sgt.,absent w/Leave. 3. T. F. JONES, Corp'l
4. James HENDERSON, Sgt. 4. John RIGGS, Corp'l
5. Cravey LAMB, Bugler

PRIVATES

1. BELL, Duncan 18. CAN Henry, absent.
2. BELL, Abram 19. DRIGGERS, S. L.
3. BELL, John, absent. 20. DRIGGERS, S. B.
4. BLAIR, G. T.,absent. 21. DEVANE, Benjamin
5. BARRS, ?, C., absent. 22. DURENCE, F. M.
6. BARRS, H?, absent. 23. DURENCE, F. W., absent w/leave.
7. BRENNAN, H., sick. 24. DRIGGERS, D.
8. BARKER, Moses 25. EASTERS, Augustine
9. BRITTENHAM, Levin 26. FUKEWAY, Amos
10. BROUGH, Jerry 27. FINCH, Charles, absent, sick.
11. CASON, Silas 28. GODWIN, Charles
12. CLIFTON, Henry 29. HAMONS, James
13. COWART, Thomas 30. HAMONS, Jerry
14. CAMPBELL, Norman 31. HOGAN, John, absent, sick.
15. CLEARY, Samuel 32. HADDEN, A. "correct name Norman
16. COONER, James McDONALD, per #352759."
17. OOWART, John, absent. 33. HILL, Bryan








Vol. 6, pp 108-109, PRIVATES, cont'd

34. HENDERSON, David 64. ROBERTS, Hiram
35. HENDERSON, William 65. RAGLAND, L. G.
36. HERRIN, David 66. REVELS, Owen
37. HOLLAND, James, absent. 67. SAPP, William
38. HURST, John 68. SAPP, Aley
39. JAMISON, D. K. 69. SAPP, Riley
40. JAMISON, James. 70. SAPP, Henry
41. KING, William 71. SEVER, Enoch
42. KING, Lewis 72. SEVER, Benjamin
43. LESLIE, L. G. 73. SEVER, John
44. LANGFORD, John, Sr. 74. SEVER, William
45. LANGFORD, John, Jr. 75. SEVER, W. H.
46. LANGFORD, William 76. SUMMERLIN, Allen, absent.
47. LANGFORD, Neiks 77. SUMMERLIN, Elisha
48. LANGFORD, Elaby 78. SUGGS, N. P.
49. LAMB, Jared 79. STREET, William
50. LASTINGER, Seaborn 80. STREET, Racey
51. MORRISON, Murdock 81. TOWNSEND, John
52. MORRISON, Malccm 82. TOWNSEND, Allen
53. MORRISON, Norman 83. TOWNSEND, Israel, absent.
54. MORRIS, Edwin 84. TOWNSEND, Benjamin
55. MARTIN, James 85. TRIPLET, Eli
56. McCARDEL, William 86. WALKER, Fleming
57. McCALL, McKeen 87. WALKER, John
58. McLEDD, James 88. WILDER, Hopkins
59. McCRANEY, Neil 89. WOOD, S. L.
60. NEAL, John, 90. WILLIAMS, Alfred
61. OVERSTREET, S. S. 91. WILLIAMS, Roland
62. PICKLES, Michael 92. WILLIAMS, J. N.
63. PARKER, Ashford 93. WATERS, H.

McDONALD, Norman, alias A. HADDIN, Pvt., #352759.




Pages 110-111


Muster Roll of Captain M. C. Livingston's Company of the Battalion of Middle
Florida Volunteers, commanded by Maj. John L. Taylor, received into the service
of the United States by Maj. Gen'l Thos. S. Jesup under the Act of Congress
approved May 23, 1836 (to serve) fran the 12th Day of February 1838. (The
Company was mustered at San Pedro by Capt. Livingston.)

On 14 August 1838 at Fort Jackson, the muster was certified as accurate and
just by Thomas Langford, Lieutenant commanding the company. On the same date
and place, J. Green, Lt.-Col., Commanding the 6th Inf'y and Commander of the
District, certified the muster as Inspector and Mustering Officer.








Vol. 6, pp 110-111, cont'd

1. M. C. LIVINGSTON, Captain
2. Thomas LANGFORD, 1st Lieut.
3. Samuel T. HENDERSON, 2d Lieut.

1. Alexander McDANIEL, 1st Sgt. 1. Irvin SUTTON, 1st Corp'l
2. Angus McLEOD, 2d Sgt. 2. Elmore CALLOWAY, Corp'l
3. Lewis LANIER, 3d Sgt. 3. T. F., JONES, Corp'l
4. James HENDERSON, 4th Sgt. 4. John RIGGS, Corp'l
1. Cravy LAMB, Bugler, absent on duty.

PRIVATES:

1. BELL, Duncan 39. JIMISON, D. K.
2. BELL, Abram, absent, on duty. 40. JIMISON, James, absent on duty.
3. BELL, John 41. KING, William
4. BLAIR, G. J. 42. KING, Lewis
5. BARES, D. C. 43. LESLEY, L. G., absent on duty.
6. BARES, W. 44. LANGFORD, John, Sr.
7. BRANNEN, H. 45. LANGFORD, John, Jr.
8. BARKER, Moses, absent,on duty. 46. LANGFORD, William, absent on duty.
9. BRETIENHAM, Lewis 47. LANGFORD, Nick
10. BROUGH, Jerry 48. LANGFORD, Elaby, sick, not able for
11. CASON, Silas duty.
12. CLIFTON, Henry 49. LAMB, Jarrad
13. COWART, Thos. 50. LASTINGER, Seaborn
14. CAMPBELL, Norman 51. MORRISON, Murdock, absent on duty.
15. CLARY, Samuel 52. MORRISON, Malcun, absent on duty.
16. OOONER, James 53. MORRISON, Norman, absent on duty.
17. COWART, John 54. MORRIS, Edwin
18. CANNON, Henry, absent on duty. 55. MARTIN, James
19. DRIGGERS, S. L. 56. McCARDELL, Wn.
20. DRIGGERS, S. B. 57. McCALL, McKeen
21. DEVANE, Benjamin; "the whole 58. McLOUD, James
time served by H, B. SMITH." 59. McCRANNY, Neal
22. DURRANCE, L. M. 60. NEAL, John
23. DURRANCE, F. W., dismissed from 61. OVERSTREET, G. L., absent on duty.
company. 62. PICKLES, Michael, absent on duty.
24. DRIGGERS, D. 63. PARKER, Ashford
25. EASTERS, Augustus 64. ROBERTS, Hiram
26. FUKEWAY, Amos, sick. 65. RAGLAND, L. G.
27. FINCH, Charles, absent on duty. 66. REVELS, Owen
28. GODDEN, L. G. 67. SAPP, William
29. HAMON, James 68. SAPP, Ailey, absent on duty.
30. HAMON, Jerry 69. SAPP, Riley
31. HOGAN, John 70. SAPP, Henry
32. HADDEN, A., "correct name is 71. SEVER, Enoch
Norman McDONALD, Pvt 352759." 72. SEVER, Benjamin
33. HILL, Buryahn 73. SEVER, John
34. HENDERSON, David 74. SEVER, William, absent on duty.
35. HENDERSON, William 75. SEVER, W. H., absent on duty.
36. HERRAN, David, absent on duty. 76. SUMMERLIN, Allen, did not serve
37. HOLLAND, James in company.
38. HURST, John 77. SUMMERLIN, Elisha, absent on duty.








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78. SUGGS, N. P., absent on duty. 86. WALKER, Flenming
79. STREETE, William 87. WALKER, Isham
80. STREETE, Rhacey 88. WILDER, Hopkings
81. TOWNSEND, John, absent on duty. 89. WOODS, S. L.
82. TOWNSEND, Allen, absent on duty. 90. WILLIAMS, Alfred
83. TOWNSEND, Iseral, absent on duty. 91. WILLIAMS, Roland
84. TOWNSEND, Benjamin 92. WILLIAMS, J. N., absent on duty.
85. TRIPLET, Ely 93. WATERS, H.

McDONALD, Normam, alias A. HADDIN, Pvt 352759.



Pages 112-113

NOTE: The two pages of the following Muster Roll were torn in many places;
taped over and extremely hard to read.

Muster Roll of Captain M. C. Livingston's Company of the Batallion of Middle
Florida Militia, commanded by Major J. L. Taylor; ordered into service of the
United States by Lt.-Col. J. Green, frcm the 12th Day of August 1838 to the
12th Day of February 1839, unless sooner discharged.

At Fort Jackson, Middle Florida, on 15 Sept. 1838, W. Alburty, 2nd Lieut.,
U.S.A., Mustering Officer, certified by signature that he had mustered and
minutely inspected the above named company of Florida Mounted Volunteers.

1. M. C. LIVINGSTON, Captain
2. Thomas LANGFORD, 1st Lieut.
3. Malcolm MORRISON, 2nd Lieut.

1. Sherod EDWARDS, 1st Sgt. 1. Levi STARLING, Corp'l
2. Shadrick LASSINGER, Sgt. 2. James HAMANS, Corp'l
3. N. L. LANGFORD, Sgt. 3. S. B. LAMB, Corp'l
4. C. C. EDWARDS, Sgt. 4. Alfred WILLIAMS, Corp'l

PRIVATES:

1. AGNEW, Francis 16. DRIGGERS, S. L.
2. ARCHER, A. W. 17. FIVEASH, Enoch
3. BARRS, Will'm 18. FLETCHER, C. J.
4. BROUGH, Jerry 19. FARNEL, Benj'm
5. BOWEN, Wright 20. FUKEWAY, Cornell?
6. BRENNAN, Henry 21. GANEY, Stephen
7. BELL, Abram 22. HOLTON, Jesse
8. BECTON, Berry 23. HARROLD, J.
9. OOKER, Silas 24. HAGEN, Charles
10. CALLOWAY, Elias 25. HODGES, B. G.
11. CORNET, G. W. 26. HAMANS, Jerry
12. COLLINS, Dennis 27. HADDIN, Hugh
13. DOWLING, Will'm 28. JAMESON, D. K.
14. DURENCE, F. M. 29. KNIGHT, E. J.
15. DURRENCE, Will'm 30. KIRKLAND, L.








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31. KING, William 54. POPPELL, John
32. KING, Nathan 55. PICKLES, Jacob
33. LAMB, Cravey 56. PIKLES, Michael
34. LAMB, Abram 57. PINCKSTON, James
35. LAMB, W. H. 58. PRIDGEN, David
36. LAMB, Marshall 59. RHODEN, John
37. LANGFORD, John, Sr. 60. SPARKMAN, Win.
38. LANGFORD, John, Jr. 61. STARLING, Wn.
39. LANGFORD, William 62. STARLING, Allen
40. LANGFORD, Wiley 63. SPARKMAN, Daniel
41. LOPER, Joseph 64. STREET, Rhicy
42. LANIER, Lewis 65. SAPP, Will'm
43. LANIER, David 66. SINGLETON, Ambrose
44. LANIER, A. J. 67. SUGGS, N. P.
45. LEE, Charles 68. TAYLOR, Jesse
46. McLEBD, James 69. THOMAS, Presley
47. MOODY, Perry 70. TISON, Benj'm
48. MORGAN, Duncan 71. WEST, Robert
49. McLEOD, Angus 72. WOOD, S. L.
50. McDONALD, Alex'd 73. WILLIAMS, Stephen
51. MORRISON, Norman C. 74. WHITE, J. C.
52. MARTIN, James 75. WARNER, Lenas
53. OVERSTREET, S. S. 76. WILDER, Hopkins



Pages 114-115

Muster Roll of Captain M. C. Livingston's Company of the Battalion of Middle
Florida Militia, commanded by Maj. J. L. Tayor, ordered into service of the
United States by Lt/-Col. J. Green fran the 12th day of August 1838 to the 12th
Day of November 1838.

NOTE: The certifications and affidavits to this muster roll were taped over
and not readable. The only legible part was the signature of A. Cally, Capt.
6th Inf;y, Mustering Officer.

1. M. C. LIVINGSTON, Captain
2. Thomas LANGFORD, 1st Lieut.
3. Malcolm MORRISON, 2d Lieut.

1. Sherod EDWARDS, 1st Sgt. 1. Levi STARLING, Corp'l,absent, sick.
2. Shedric LASSINGER, Sgt. 2. James HAMANS, Corp'l
3. N. L. LANGFORD, Sgt, absent on 3. S. B. LAMB, Corp'l, absent on
furlough, furlough.
4. C. C. EDWARDS, Sgt. 4. ALfred WILLIAMS, Corp'l, absent.

PRIVATES:

1. AGNEW, Francis 5. BROUGH, Jerry
2. ARCHER, A. W. 6. BOWEN, Wright
3. BARRS, James 7. BRANNAN, Henry
4. BIRCH, James 8. BELL, Abram








Vol. 6, pp 114-115, PRIVATES, cont'd

9. BECTON, Joseph 48. LANIER, David
10. BECTON, Berry 49. LANIER, A. J. on detailed service
11. COKER, Silas 50. LEE, Charles
12. CALLOWAY, Elias 51. McLEOD, James, on furlough.
13. CORNET, G. W. 52. MOODY, Perry
14. COLLINS, Dennis 53. MORGAN, Duncan, on furlough
15. DULING, W1a (DOWLING?) 54. McLEOD, Angus, "
16. DURRANCE, F. M., on furlough. 55. McDONALD, Alex'd "
17, DURRANCE, Wn., 56. MORRISON, N. C.
18. DRIGGERS, S. L. 57. MARTIN, James
19. EASTERS, A. 58. OVERSTREET, S. S.
20. EASTERN, Geo. 59. NEAL, J. C.
21. FIVEASH, Enoch 60. PATTERSON, J. H.
22. FLETCHER, C. J. 61. POPPELL, John, on furlough
23. FARNEL, Benj. 62. PICKLES, Jacob
24. FUKEWAY, Conts. 63. PICKLES, Michael
25. GANEY, Stephen 64. PINCKSTON, James
26. HOLTON, Jesse, on furlough 65. PRIDGEN, David, on furlough
27. HOUSTON, J. 66. RIGGS, John
28. HAGAN, Charles 67. RHODEN, John
29. HODGES, B. G., on furlough 68. ROBERTS, Hiram
30. HAMENS, Jerry 69. SPARKMAN, Wm, on detach. service
31. HADDIN, Hugh 70. STARLING, Wm, absent, sick
32. JAMERSON, D. K. 71. STARLING, Allen, on furlough
33. KNIGHT, E. J., on furlough 72. SPARKMAN, Dan'l,on detach. service
34. KIRTLAND, L., 73. STREET, Rheecy
35. KING, Wn., absent, sick. 74. SAPP, Wm
36. KING, Nathan 75. SINGLETON, Ambrose
37. LAMB, Cravey 76. SUGGS, N. P.
38. LAMB, Abraham, on furlough 77. TAYLOR, Jesse
39. LAMB, W. H., 78. TARNER, David
40. LAMB, Marshall, 79. THOMAS, Presley
41. LANGFORD, John, Sr. 80. TYSON, Berry, on detach. service.
42. LANGFORD, John, Jr. 81. WEST, Robert
43. LANGFORD, Win. 82. WOOD, S. L.
44. LANGFORD, Wiley 83. WILLIAMS, Stephen
45. LOPER, T. C. 84. WHITE, J. C.
46. LOPER, Joshua 85. WARNER, Zenos, on furlough.
47. LANIER, Lewis 86. WILDER, Hopkins, "



Pages 116-117

Muster Roll of Captain Thomas Livingston's Mounted Company of Florida Militia
commanded by Brig. Gen'l R. K. Call; called into the service of the United
States by Gen'l Call from the 10th Day of December 1835 to the 25 Day of Febru-
ary 1836.

On 13 February 1836 at San Pedro, Florida, Thomas Livingston, Captain command-
ing the company certified the muster to be accurate and just. On the same
date and place, D. H. Vinton, Lieut., Inspector and Mustering Officer certified
the muster to be accurate.








Vol. 6, pp 116-117, cont'd

NOTE: The figures shown following names indicate miles travelled to place of
rendezvous/fram place of discharge to home.

1. LIVINGSTON, Thomas, Captain; 10/10.
2. TOWNSEND, Asa?, 1st Lieutenant; 15/15, absent with leave.
3. OVERSTREET, Silas, 2d LIeutenant; 18/18, absent with leave.
4. BLAIR, Riche, Ensign; 20/20, died since 27 February 1836.
5. HOLLAND, Ben., Ord. Sgt.; 20/20.
6. HENDERSON, Edw'd, 2d Sgt.; 20/20, died since 27 February 1836.

PRIVATES:

7. BARKER, Moses, 2/2. 35. McLENDON, A.. 4/4, absent w/leave.
8. space emitted. 36. MOTT, Abram, 10/10, absent w/leave.
9. BIRD, Isaiah, 20/20, absent, 37. NORTON, Lewis, 10/10.
with leave. 38. OVERSTREET, S. S., 20/20.
10. BIRD, Sylvanus, 10/10. 39. PATTERSON, R., 20/20, joined Capt.
11. BLAIR, Jackson, 20/20. BELLAMY's Company 1/1/1836.
12. BOATRIGHT, J. W., 20/20; died 40. PATTERSON, Jno. S., 3/3; absent
since 27 Feb. 1836. with leave.
13. BOATRIGHT, Berrian, 20/20, absent 41. PERRY, S. B., 3/3; absent with
with leave. leave.
14. BIRCH, Joseph, 15/15, absent 42. PERRY, O. H., 3/3/.
with leave. 43. RAGLAND, L. G., 30/30.
15. BOOTH, James, 25/15. 44. ROBERTS, Wiley; 20/20, absent with
16. BRADLEY, R. D., 15/15. leave.
17. CASON, Silas, 15/15. 45. RLMSEY, T., 25/25, absent w/leave.
18. CLARDY, Thcmas, 30/30. 46. SNIDER, J., 25/25; died since 27
19. CLEMENT, John, 15/15, absent February 1836.
with leave. 47. STEWART, J., 25/25.
20. DEAS, M. N., 25/25, absent 48. TOWNSEND, A., 15/15.
with leave. 49. TOWNSEND, B., 20/20; absent w/leave
21. DEAS, Luke, 25/25, absent 50. TOWNSEND, T., 30/30.
with leave. 51. TOWNSEND, D. R., 30/30.
22. FUQUA, Amos, none, absent with 52. WARTERS, H. M., 20/20.
with leave. 53. WOODS, D., 30/30
23. EWING, D. B., 15/15; absent with 54. ZIPPERER, S., 15/15.
leave. 55. ? H. H., 6/6.
24. FITZPARTRICK, T. B., 8/8, absent
with leave.
25. HADDEN, Hugh, 20/20; absent
with leave.
26. HENDERSON, Sam'1, 25/25.
27. HEARST, Daniel, 15/15.
28. KEMP, Joshua, 35/35; absent
with leave.
29. LESLIE, L. G., 10/10; absent
with leave.
30. LAMB, C., 15/15.
31. LANGFORD, Thos., 20/20.
32. LIVINGSTON, M. C., 10/10.
33. McGEHEE,J. C., 5/5.
34. MILLER, John, 6/6.




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