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Title: Florida militia muster rolls, Seminole Indian Wars
Series Title: Special archives publication
Alternate Title: Muster rolls, Florida Indian Wars
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Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Dept. of Military Affairs
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Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Publication Date: [198--]
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Seminole War, 3rd, 1855-1858   ( lcsh )
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DEPARTMENT OF



MILITARY AFFAIRS














Special Archives Publication
Number

74


FLORIDA MILITIA MUSTER ROLES:
SEMINOLE INDIAN WARS
VOL. 8
State Arsenal
St. Francis Barracks
St. Augustine, Florida









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




POST OFFICE BOX 1008
STATE ARSENAL, ST. AUGUSTINE
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value. They are automatically distributed to all official Florida State archival records
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Bay Vista Campus Library (1982) *State Library of Florida (1968)
Documents Department Documents Section
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North Miami, Florida 33181 Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0250

Brevard County Library System (1968) Stetson University (1968)
308 Forrest Avenue Dupont-Ball Library
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Broward County Division of Libraries (1968) Jacksonville University (1968)
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25 West Government Street Documents John Pace Library
Panama City, Florida 32402 Pensacola, Florida 32514- 5750

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101 East Central Boulevard City Island
Orlando, Florida 32801 Daytona Beach, Florida 32114

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3748 Ninth Avenue, North 100 Clematis
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This series of the Florida Indian Wars Militia Muster Roles has
been produced through the courtesy of the Jacksonville
Genealogical Society. The Historical Services Division of the
Florida Department of Military Affairs provided the photostatic
copies of the original muster roles and individual members of the
Jacksonville Genealogical Society laboriously transcribed the
information contained therein and later, proofed and typed them.
They have been accorded the right to produce these lists in book
form for commercial sale.

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


Robert Hawk
Director











MUSTER ROLLS, FLORIDA INDIAN WARS

VOLUME 8

Pages 1 2

Muster Roll of Capt. E. E. MIZELL'S Mounted Company of the 2nd Regiment
E. F. Volunteers, 2nd Brigade Florida Militia commanded by Col. WM. J.
MILLS, entered into the service of the United States on the requisition
of Maj. Gen'l. THOS. S. JESUP, to serve six months unless sooner dis-
charged under the Act of Congress of the 23rd of May 1836 entitled "An
Act Authorizing the President of the United States to accept the services
of volunteers and to raise an additional regiment of Dragoons or Mounted
Riflemen.

Columns used were Enrollment (when, where, by whom), description of horses
distance from place of rendezvous (miles) and remarks. All men were en-
rolled at New River Meeting House by Lt. Wall (portion unreadable) on
June 16, 1837. Description of horses and miles will follow after each
man.

1. E. E. MIZELL, Capt., 1 servant, James (black) & 2 horses, 1
sorrel and 1 bay
2. DAVID BRUTON, 1st Lt., 1 servant, David (Black) & 2 horses, 1
Black and 1 Bay
3. MORGAN PREVATT, 2nd Lt., 1 servant (Yellow) & 2 horses, 1 Gray
and 1 Bay
1. WARREN MOOR, 1st Sergt., 1 sorrel horse; 2 miles
2. JAMES HERRINGTON, 2nd Sergt., 1 sorrel horse; 10 miles
3. DAVID MIZELL, 3rd Sergt., 1 Roan horse; 5 miles
4. PETER O'QUIN, 4th Sergt., 1 Bay horse; 40 miles
5. RILEY MOOR, 1st Sergt., 1 Bay horse; 5 miles
6. WM. JOHNS, 2nd Sergt., 1 sorrel horse; 2 miles
7. BRITTON DIXON, 3rd Sergt., 1 Bay horse; 25 miles

PRIVATES

1. BROADWAY, WM., Gray horse; 40 miles 11. GARRISON, A. D., Bay
2. BRADLEY, JOHN, Sorrel horse; horse; 25 miles
60 miles 12. GIGER, JAMES M., Black
3. BRANCH, BRITTON, Sorrel horse; horse; 35 miles
25 miles 13. HANCOCK, JAMES; Black
4. CROSBY, WM., no horse; 20 miles horse; 35 miles
5. DRYDEN, JOHN, Bay horse; 70 miles 14. HANCOCK, CADER, Sorrel
6. ELLIS, JONAS, Roan horse;-40 miles horse; 35 miles
7. ELVINGTON, JAMES, Black horse; 15. HANCOCK, LITTLE, Bay
45 miles horse; 8 miles
8. FOURACRES, JESSEE, Black horse; 16. HULL, WM., Sorrel horse;
25 miles 20 miles
9. GARRISON, MICHEL, Bay horse; 20 miles 17. JOHNS, THOS., Sorrel horse;
10. GARNER, JAMES, Bay horse; 25 miles 18 miles
Pension Nov. 1/79









Page 1-2 PRIVATES cont'd

18. JOHNS, A. H., Bay horse; 18 miles
19. JOHNS, WM., JUNR., Bay horse; 90 miles
20. JOHNS, TARLTON, Bay horse; 90 miles
21. JOHNS, SILAS, Sorrel horse; 90 miles
22. JOHNS, JOHN, Sorrel.horse; 90 miles
23. JOHNS, FURWELL, Bay horse; 90 miles
24. JOHNS, CORNELIUS, Gray horse; 18 miles
25. JOHNS, WM. 1st, Bay horse; 0 miles
26. JOHNS, JAMES, Bay horse; 90 miles
27.JOHNS, LUKE, Gray horse; 20 miles
28. JOHNS, WM., 2nd, Gray horse; 20 miles
29. MOORE, BEN, Sorrel horse; 5 miles
30. MCKINNEY, CHARLES, Sorrel horse; 2 miles
31. MOORE, HENRY, Sorrel horse; 5 miles
32. MANN, DANIEL J., Bay horse; 30 miles
33. MIZEL, MORGAN, Sorrel horse; 5 miles
34. MIZEL, DAVID, SEN., Sorrel horse; 5 miles
35. OQUIN, ELIJAH, Black horse; 8 miles
36. PELHAM, LEVI, Bay horse; 8 miles
37. PREVAT, JAMES, Sorrel horse; 8 miles
38. PREVAT, JOHN M., Roan horse; 20 miles
39. PREVAT, JOSEPH R., Gray horse; 90 miles
40. RANDAL, LEWIS, Black horse 18 miles
41. ROLLINS, ROBERT, Black horse; 20 miles
42. PIGGONS, WM. G., Sorrel; 90 miles
43. SPARKMAN, JOHN, Black horse.; 30 miles
44. SPARKMAN, PETER, Gray horse; 30 miles
45. STRICKLIN, CAIN, Sorrel horse; 10 miles
46. SNOWDEN, JAMES, Bay horse; 8 miles
47. SNOWDEN, ABSOLAM, Sorrel horse; 8 miles
48. SCOTT, WM., Bay horse; 8 miles
49. SPARKMAN, JOHN 2nd, Bay horse; 20 miles
50. STONE, DAVID, Bay horse; 90 miles
51. STRICKLIN, ABRAHAM, Sorrel horse; 150 miles
52. STRICKLIN, MATHEW, Bay horse; 150 miles
53. TUCKER, W. W., Gray horse; 0 miles
54. WORTHINGTON, SAM'L H., Bay horse; 10 miles
55. WORTHINGTON, JAMIEL, Black horse; 10 miles
56. WILLSON, ELISHA, Bay horse; 40 miles
57. WILKESON, ELIJAH, Sorrel horse; 40 miles
58. YELVINGTON, JACOB, Gray horse; 40 miles
59. RICHARD, GANEY enrolled at Lt. BRUTON, sorrel horse; 0 miles
60. MIZELL, OWEN K. sorrel horse

I certify on honor, that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
E. E. MIZELL'S Company of East Florida Volunteers, and that the remarks se
opposite each officer and private are cooit (as written) and just.

E. E. MIZELL, Capt.

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and
that I have this 7th day of Oct. 1837 mudtered and inspected the above named
company of Fla. Volunteers.
WMM. WALL, Lt. 3rd Arty. U. S. Army










Pages 3-4

Muster Roll of Capt. E. E. MIZELL'S Company of the 2nd Regiment, 2nd Bri-
gade of East Florida Mounted Volunteers commanded by C. W. J. MILLS ordered
into service of the United States by Maj. Gen'l. T. S. JESUP under the Act
of Congress approved May 23, 1836 from the 16th day of June.1837 to the
18th day of Dec. 1837 when discharged.

Columns used were name, rank, when enrolled, where and by whom, number
of miles to the place of rendezvous, number of miles from place of discharge
home and remarks. All officers and men were enrolled June 16, 1837 at Fort
White by Capt. MIZELL for 6 months; pay due from enrollment and all men were
40 miles to place of rendezvous and 40 miles from place of discharge home.

1. E. E. MIZELL, Capt.; 1 servant, John, and 2 horses
2. DAVID BRUTON, 1st Lt.; sick at Fort White; 1 servant, David
and 2 horses
3. MORGAN PREVATT,-2nd Lt., 1 servant, Tom.& 2 horses

1. WARREN MOORE, 1st Sergt.
2. JAS. HERRINGTON, 2nd Sergt.; horse sick with glanders, & shot
llth Nov. according to order of Gen'l. JESUP of 9 Nov.
3. DAVID MIZELL, JR., 3rd Sergt.
4. PETER OQUIN, 4th Sergt.
5. RYLEY, MOORE, 1st Corporal
6 WM. JOHNS, 2nd Corporal
7. BRITTON DIXON, 3rd Corporal

PRIVATES
1. BRADWAY, WM. 19. JOHNS, A. H.
2. BRADLEY, JNO. 20. JOHNS, WM. W.
3. BRANCH, BRITTON 21. JOHNS, TARLTON
4. CROSBY, WM. 22. JOHNS, SILAS
5. DRYDEN, JOHN 23. JOHNS, JOHN
6. ELLIS, JOHNAS 24. JOHNS, BURWELL
7. ELVINGTON, JAMES 25. JOHNS, CORNELIUS
8. FOURACRES, ISAAC 26. JOHNS, WM. 1st
9. GANEY, RICH'D 27. JOHNS, JAS.
10. GARRSON, MICHEL 28. JOHNS, LUKE
11. GARNER, JAMES 29. JOHNS, WM. 2nd
12. GARRISON, A. D. 30. MOORE, BENJ'N.
13. GIGER, JAS. M. 31. MIKINNEY, CH'S.
14. HANCOCK, JAMES 32. MOORE, HENRY
15. HANCOCK, CATER 33. MANN, DAN'L. J.
16. HANCOCK, LITTLETON 34. MIZELL, MORGAN
17. HALL, WM. 35. MIZELL, OWEN K.
18. JOHNS, THOSE ; Horse died 36: MIZELL, DAVID, SENR.
with glanders & shot on 37. OQUIN, ELIJAH
llth Nov. according to 38. PELHAM, LEVI
order of Col. JESUP of 39. PREVATT, JAMES
Nov. 9 40. PREVATT, JNO. M.










Page 3-4 contrd

41. PREVATT, JOS. R. 50. SCOTT, WILLIAM
42. RANDALL, LEWIS 51. SPARKMAN, JNO. 2nd
43. ROLLINS, ROBERT 52. STONE, DAVID
44. RAGIN, WM. G. 53. STRICKLIN, ABRAHAM
45. SPARKMAN, JOHN; horse 54. STRICKLIN, MATTHEW
snake bitten and died 55. TUCKER, W. W.
from the wound on the 56. WORTHINGTON, SAM'L H.
march 10 Nov. & re- 57. WORTHINGTON, SAM'L.
mounted same day 58. WILKINSON, ELIJAH
46. SPARKMAN, PETER 59. WILKINSON, ELISHA
47. STRICKLIN, CAIN 60. YELVINGTON, JACOB
48. SNOWDEN, JAMES 61. SNOWDEN, JOHN; omitted by
49. SNOWDEN, ABRAHAM mistake in original roll


I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
E. E. MIZELL'S Company of the Regt. of East Florida Mounted Volunteers
for the period herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name
of each officer and soldier, are accurate and just, and that the recapit-
ulation exhibits, in every particular, the true state of the company.

E. E. MIZELL, Capt.
Commanding the Company
Date: Dec. 18, 1837
Station: Fort Gilliland, Fla.

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and
that I have this 18th day of Dec. 1837 mustered and minutely inspected
the above named company of East Florida Mounted Volunteers who are hon-
orably discharged from the service of the United States.

S. CHURCHILL, Maj. Art.
Inspector Gen'l. Army South &
Mustering Officer

Page 5-6

Muster Roll of Capt. ENOCH E. MIZELL'S Company of the 1st Regt. of Flor.
Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. WM. J. BAILEY ordered into service of
the United States by Br. Gen'l. W. K. ARMISTEAD from the 22nd day of Aug.
1840 to the 22nd day of Nov. 1840

Columns used were name, rank, date of arrival, when mustered, by whom,
period and number of miles travelling to rendezvous. All men arrived
Aug. 22, 1840; mustered Aug. 22, 1840 by Maj. S. CHURCHILL for 3 months,
and no miles to rendezvous.

1. ENOCH E., MIZELL, Capt. 3. WM. B. BROOKS, 2nd Lt.
2. BENJAMIN MOODY, 1st Lt.








Page 5-6 cont'd

1. HENRY SAPP, 1st. Sgt. 3. J. R. PREVATT, Sgt.
2. WILLIAM VINSANT, Sgt. 4. JOHN PEARCE, Sgt.

1. JAMES VINZANT, Corp'l. 3. JOHN D. OSTEEN, Corp'l.
2. BRITTON GEORGE, Corp'l. 4. JOHN M. PREVATT, Corp'l.

1. WM. C. PARRISH, Bugler 2. ABRAM OSTEEN, Bugler

PRIVATES

1. ARMSTRONG, CHRISTIAN 31. MIZELL, JOSHUA
2. BROOKS, JAMES 32. MIZELL, DAVID
3. CROSBY, WILLIAM 33. MIZELL, MORGAN
4. CROSBY, WILLIAM C. 34. MIZELL, JOSEPH
5. CLARK, CADEN 35. MCKINNA, JAMES
6. COSTER, ELISHA 36. OSTEEN, REUBEN
7. CASON, BARTY 37. PARISH, EZEKIEL
8. DOUGLASS, ALEXANDER 38. PARISH, JOHN
9. DRYDEN, JOHN 39. PARISH, JOSIAH
10. DIAS, JOHN D. 40. PARISH, ODEN
11. GASKINS, THOMAS 41. PARISH, HIRAM
12. GASKINS, JORDAN 42. PEARCE, WILLIAM
13. GANNY, ASHLEY 43. PEARCE, JAMES C.
14. GANNY, RICHARD 44. PREVATT, MORGAN
15. HANCOCK, STEPHEN 45. PREVATT, JAMES N.
16. HANCOCK, JAMES 46. PREVATT, JOHN
17. HANCOCK, DURHAM 47. PREVATT, REUBEN
18. HANCOCK, LITTLETON 48. RANDALL, LUTHER
19. HANCOCK, MARTIN 49. THOMAS, JESSE
20. HALLBROOK, JACOB 50. THOMAS, ALLEN
21. JOHNS, ARCHIBALD 51. THOMAS, WILLIAM 0.
22. JOHNS, WILLIAM 52. TUCKER, LEWIS
23. JOHNS, CORNELIUS 53. VINZANT, BERRY
24. JOHNS, BURWELL 54. WILLIAMS, JACOB
25. JONES, JOHN A. 55. WILLIAMS, EDWARD
26. JONES, DAVID 56. WILLIAMS, ISAAC
27. MARCUM, WILLIAM 57. WICKWISE, HENRY
28. MATHEWS, JOHN 58. WEEKS, EZEKIEL
29. MOODY, NATHANIEL 59. WEEKS, JAMES
30. MARCUM, WILLIAM 60. WEEKS, JOHN
61. WLAKER, WILEY

RECORD OF EVENTS
EXTRACT:
Hd. Qrs. of the Army, Washington
May 5, 1840
In mustering this force into the service, you will instruct the mustering
to include in the muster, the militia now in the service of the Territory
from the date entered it, and to muster out of service such of them as may
wish to retire.
I am Sir,
A true Extract
S. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3rd Art. Signed, A. MACOMB, Maj. Gen'l., Com'd. in Chief










Page 5-6 cont'd

I certify on honor, that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
ENOCH E. MIZELL'S Company of Flor. Mounted Militia for the period herein
mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and soldier,
are accurate and just, and tha the recapitulation exhibits, in every par-
ticular, the true state of the company.

ENOCH E. MIZELL, Capt.
Date: Aug. 22, 1840 Commanding the Company
Station: Fort Call E. F.

Page 7-8

Muster Roll of Capt. ENOCH E. MIZELL'S Company of 1st Regt., Brigade of
Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by W. J. BAYLY ordered into service of
the United States by the Secretary of War from the 22nd day of August 1840
to the 29th day of Nov. 1840 when discharged.

All officers and men arrived at the rendezvous on Aug. 22, 1840 and muster-
ed same day by Maj. S. CHURCHILL FOR 3 months; pay due from enrollment;
no miles to rendezvous, 20 miles from place of discharge home.

1. ENOCH MIZELL, Capt.
2. BENJAMIN MOODY, 1st Lt.
3. WM. H. BROOKS, 2nd Lt.
1. HENRY SAPP, 1st Sergt. 1. JAMES VINZANT, Corp'l. ; sick near
2. WILLIAM VINZANT, Sergt. Natural Bridge from Nov. 17
3. P. R. PREVATT, Sergt. 2. BRITTON GEORGE,.Corp'l..
4. JOHN PEARCE, Sergt. 3. JOHN D. OSTEEN, Corp'l.
1. WILLIAM C. PARISH, Bugler 4. JOHN M. PREVATT, Corp'l.
sick at Ft. Call from
Nov. 17

PRIVATES

1. ARMSTRONG, CHRIST'N. 13. GANNY, ASHLEY, SICK AT Ft. Call
2. BROOKS, JAMES from Nov. 25
3. CROSBY, WILLIAM, sick at 14. GANNY, RICHARD
New River from Nov. 26 15. HANCOCK, STEPHEN
4. CROSBY, WILLIAM E., sick at 16. HANCOCK, JAMES
New River from Nov. 27 17. HANCOCK, DURHAM
5. CLARK, CADEN 18. HANCOCK, LITTLETON
6. CARTER, ELISHA 19 HANCOCK, MARTIN
7. CASON, BURTY 20. HALLBROOK, JACOB
8. DOUGLAS, ALEX'r. 21. JOHNS, ARCH'd.
9. DRYDEN, JOHN, sick at New 22. JOHNS, WM.
River from Nov. 26 23. JOHNS, CORNELIUS
10. DEAS, JOHN D., sick at New 24. JOHNS, BURWELL
River from Nov. 26 25. JONES, JOHN A.
11. GASKINS, THOMAS 26. JONES, DAVID
12. GASKINS, JORDANc 27. MARCUM, JOHN











Page 7-8 cont'd

28. MARCUM, WILLIAM 48. RANDALL, LUTHER
29. MATTHEWS, JOHN 49. THOMAS JESSE
30. MOODY, NATH'L 50. THOMAS, ALLEN
31. MIZELL, JOSHUA 51. THOMAS, W. 0., sick at Fort Call
32. MIZELL, DAVID from Nov. 24
33. MIZELL, MORGAN 52. TUCKER, LEWIS N.
34. MIZELL, JOSEPH 53. VINZANT, BERRY, sick near Natural
35. MCKINNA, JAMES Bridge from Oct. 28
36. OSTEEN, REUBEN 54. WILLIAMS, JACOB
37. PARISH, EZEKIEL 55. WILLIAMS, EDWARD
38. PARISH, JOHN 56. WILLIAMS, ISAAC, sick near Natural
39. PARISH, JOSIAH, sick at Bridge from Nov. 19
Fort Call from Nov. 1 57. WICKWIRE, HENRY
40. PARISH, ODEN 58. WEEKS, EZEKIEL, sick near Alliga-
41. PARISH, HIRAM tor from Nov. 29
42. PEARCE, WILLIAM 59. WEEKS, JAMES
43. PEARCE, JAMES C. 60. WEEKS, JOHN
44. PREVATT, MORGAN 61. WALKER, WYLY, sick at Suwannee
45. PREVATT, JAMES N. Springs from Nov. 9
46. PREVATT, JOHN
47. PREVATT, REUBEN

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
ENOCH E. MIZELL'S Company of the Florida Mounted Militia for the period
herein mentioned that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and
soldier, are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation exhibits, in
every particular, the true state of the company

Date: Nov. 29, 1840 E. E. MIZELL, Capt
Station: Lancaster (Alligator) Commanding the Company
Rec'd January 5, 1841

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and that
I have this 29th day of Nov. 1840 mustered and minutely inspected the above
named company of Flor. Mounted Militia, who are hereby honorably discharged
from the service of the United States.
S. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3rd Art.
Inspector and Mustering Officer
Page 9

Descriptive Roll of Capt. NORMAN A. MCLEOD'S Regiment of Flor. Mt'd. Vols.
mustered out of service January 19, 1858.

Columns used for this roll were Rank, name, where born (Territory or
County; State or Kingdom), heighth, complexion, eyes, hair and occupation.

NORMAN A. MCLEOD, Catp, Wilkson Co., Ga.; 5'8", blue, dark, farmer
ROBERSON CRUSHFIELD, 1st Lt., Wilkson, Ga.; 5'8", fair, blue, dark,farmer
REUBEN MARSH, 2nd Lt.,_
(left blank)
BERRY MILLS, 1st Sergt., Burke Co., Ga., 5'6", fair, blue, dark, farmer








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FERNDINAND MILLS, Sergt., no data given
DAVID HALL, Sergt., Ware Co., Ga.; 5'9", fair, blue, dark, Farmer
DANIEL P. MONROE, Sergt., Mongomery, N. C., 6', fair, dark, black, farmer
CASWELL, C. BOSTICK, Corp'l., Anderson, S. C.; 6', fair, grey, light,
farmer
JOHN M. GILES, Corpl., Wilmington, N. C.; 5"9", blue, light, farmer
JOEL T. MOORE, Corp'l., Halifax, N. C. 5'6", fair, blue, light, farmer
MARQUIS D. WATSON, Bugler, Monroe, Ala. 5'6", fair, grey, light, farmer
JOHN GRANTHAM, Bugler, Lowndes ?, Geo., 5'5". fair, blue, light, farmer
ISAAC P. C. BUFORD, Farrier, Nassau, Fla., 6'. fair, blue, dark, farmer
BAILEY, JUQUISH, Pvt., Edgefield ?, S. C., 5'9", fair, dark, light, farmer
BAILEY, SILAS, Pvt., Jefferson, Geo., 6', dark, blue, dark, farmer
BERRY, SIMPSON, Pvt., Baker, Geo., 5', dark, blue, light, farmer
BOST, JOHN T., Pvt., Upson, Geo., 5'2", light, blue, light, farmer
BURTON, WILLIAM, Lownds, Geo., 6', dark, blue, light, farmer
CARRALL, BENJAMIN, Pvt., Barnwell, S. C., 5'11", dark, blue, light, farmer
CARLTON, THOMAS, Pvt., Lownds, Geo., 5'12", fair, blue, light, farmer
CARTER, ELISHA W., Clarke, Geo., 5', fair, blue, dark, farmer
COKER, WESLEY A., Pvt., Madison, Fla. 5'2", fair, blue, light, farmer
DEBERRY, JOHN C., Barnwell Dist., S. C., 5'10", fair, grey, dark, Med. Dr.,Pvt.
DUPREE, ERASTUS, Branning, Geo., 5'6", fair, blue, dark, farmer, Pvt.
DUPREE, LUCIEN D., Pvt., Glenn, Geo., 5'9", fair, blue, dark, farmer
DUNCAN, DANIEL, Died, no other data
EZELL, THOMAS D., Pvt., Sampson, N. C., 5'7", fair, grey, dark, farmer

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GRANGER, WILLIAM, Pvt., Orange Dist., S. C., 5'9", fair, blue, dark, farmer
HAWTHORNE, ELISHA Y., Pvt., Morgan, Geo., 5'11", fair, dark, farmer
HENDERSON, LEVI, Dooley, Geo., 5'2", fair, blue, dark, farmer
HUTTO, WILLIAM A., Pvt., Orangeburg, Dist., S. C., 5'3", fair, blue, light,
farmer
JOHNSON, JAMES A., Pvt., Charleston ?, S. C., 5'11", fair, gray, light,
farmer
JOHNSTON, WILLIAM, Pvt., ? N. C., 5'10", fair, blue, dark, farmer
JOHNNSON, WILLIAM,Put., M Geo., 5', dark, blue, light, farmer
KING, GEORGE N., Baltimore, Md., 5', dark, dark, dark, farmer, Pvt.
KITE, DAVID, Pvt., Liberty, Geo., 5', fair, gray, light, farmer
LONG, DAVID, Pvt., Al ? Geo., 5', light, gray, light, farmer
LUFFMAN, JHABEL, Pvt., Giford ?, N. C., 5'6", light, blue, light, farmer
MATCHET, ENOCH, Pvt., Thomas, Geo., 5'6", light, blue, light, farerm
MATHES, JOHN N., Pvt., Darlington Dist., S. C., 5'8", light, ? ? ?
MICKLE, ROBERT, Pvt., Jorat? Dist., S. C., 5'7", light, dark, light, farmer
MILLER, WILLIAM B., Pvt., Sumpter, S. C., 5'11", light, dark, dark, farmer
MILLICAN, PINCKNEY, Pvt., Georgetown, S. C., 5', dark, gray, dark, farmer
MILLS, JOHN, Pvt., Burke, Geo., 5'11", fair, blue, dark, farmer
MCCLEOD, HIRAM A., Pvt., Thomas, Geo., 5'8", fair, dark, dark, clerk
MCCREADY, DAVID, Pvt., Whitshire, Scotland, 5'6", dark, blue, dark, ?
MCCREADY, JAMES, Whitshire, Scotland, 5'10", dark, blue, dark, ?, Pvt.
MCCREADY, JOHN, Pvt., Whitshire, Scotland, 5'10", light, blue, dark, light,
MCNABB, ARCHIBALD, P., no other data
MCNABB, JOSHUA N. G., Pvt., ?., Geo., 5'10", light, blue, dark, farmer
MCNABB. JOHN Y., no other data



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NOBLES, COLIN M., Pvt., Columbus, N. C., 5'10", light, blue, light, farmer
PATTERSON, MEPIER?, Pvt., N. Y.,N. Y., 5'8", dark, blue, dark, farmer ?
PERRY, THOMAS, Pvt., Greensboro, S. C., 5', light, blue, light, farmer
POLOCK, DAVID, Pvt., Richland, S. C., 5'4", dark, dark, dark, farmer
RAINS, MATHEW, Pvt., no data
SAPP, JOHN, Pvt., ___?, Fla., 5'4", dark, dark, dark, farmer
SAUNDERS, FREDERICK, Pvt., Providence, R. I., 5'7", dark, blue, dark,
farmer
SPRALES, SOLOMON, Pvt., Richmond, N. C., 6'4", dark, blue, dark, farmer
STONE, ANDREW J., Pvt., Geo., 5'6", dark, blue, dark, farmer
TERRELL, JOHN M., Pvt., Liberty, Geo., 5'10", dark, grey, dark, farmer?
TERRELL, SAMUEL, Lowndes, Geo., 5'0", light, grey, dark, farmer
TOMPHSON, JOHN, Washington, Geo., 6", dark, grey, dark, farmer Pvt.
WEBB, FRANKLIN, Pvt., Catawba, N. C., 6', dark, blue, dark, farmer
WELLS, THOMAS, Pvt., Lowndes, Geo., 5'8", light, blue, dark, farmer
WELLS, WILLIAM H., Pvt., Lowndes, Geo., 5'11", light, blue, dark, farmer
WHITE, BENSON A., Pvt., no data
WILLIAMS, JEPTHA B., Pvt., Warren, Geo., 5'3", light, blue, dark, farmer
WILSON, ROBERT, No data
BRADFORD, DAVID J., Pvt., Irvin, Geo., 5'4", light, blue, dark, farmer
WELLS, MITCHELL, Irvin, Geo., 5'8", dark, blue, ?, farmer
MARSH, G. W., Irvin, Geo., 5'4", light, blue, dark, farmer

Page 11

Descriptive Roll of Capt. W, G. MOSELEY'S company of Fla. Mt'd. Volunteers
mustered out of service June 29, 1857.

This hand drawn roll contains columns headed as follows: 1. Name, 2. Rank
3. Where born: Town'County/State or Kingdom, 4. Height (feet/inches), 5.
Color (complexion/eyes/hair, and 6. Occupation.

Capt. WILLIAM G. MOSELEY, no data
1st Lt. ROBERT MICKLER, no data
2nd. Lt. WINSTON STEPHENS, no data
1st Sgt. JAMES W. CARTER, Chester Dist., S. C., 5'10", fair, blue, fair,
farmer
Sgt. LEVIN DRYSDALE, St. Johns, Fla., 5'8", dark, dark, dark, farmer
Sgt. JAMES TURNER, Duvall, Fla.5'6", dark, dark-, dark,.farmer

Sgt. BURTON WILLIAMS, St. Johns, Fla. 5'9", dark, gray, brown, (not shown)
Corp'l. WILLIAM MICKLER, St. Augustine, Fla., 5'11", fair, gray, brown,
farmer
Corp'l. JOHN A. ROSE, Pvt., St. Augustine, Fla., 5'6", dark, dark, dark,
farmer
MINOR, R. G. STEPHEN,Corp'l.Dallas Co., Ala., 5'7", sallow, gray, brown,
farmer
JACKSON, POOLE,Corpl.,Orangeburg, S. C., 5'6", fair, gray, brown, farmer
MANUEL SANCHEZ, Bugler, St. Augustine, Fla., 5'6", sallow, gray, brown,
farmer
JOHN A. IRWIN, Bugler, St. Augustine, Fla., 5'5", fair, dark, dark, farmer
SAMSON BEARFIELD, Farrier, Bibb Co., Geo., 6', fair, gray, brown, farmer









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PRIVATES

ALLISON, WILLIAM, England, 5'5", fair, gray, brown, farmer
BENNETT, STEPHEN, St. Augustine, Fla. 5'8", sallow, gray, brown, farmer
BAYA, FRANCIS, St. Augustine, Fla., 5'5", sallow, gray, brown, farmer
BAYA, TERIO, St. Augustine, Fla., 5'6", sallow, gray, brown, farmer
BRADIN, THEODORE, St. Augustine, Fla., 5'1", fair, fair?, fair, farmer
BELL, LEWIS, Tampa, Fla., 5'6", dark, dark, dark, farmer
BOWMAN, GEORGE R., Sumpter Dist., S. C., 5'8", fair, blue, brown, farmer
BARROW, REUBEN T. B., Lake ? Co., Fla., 5'5", sallow, gray, brown, farmer
CANOVA, BARTOLO, St. Augustine, Fla., 5'3", sallow, gray, brown, farmer
CROSBY, JAMES, Brooklyn, N. Y., 5'5", sallow, ray, brown, famrer
CARRARAS, STEPHEN, St. Augustine, Fla., 5'8", dark, dark, dark, farmer
CARTER, JOSEPH. Chester Dist., S. C., 6', sallow,gray, brown, farmer
CANOVA, ANDREW, St. Augustine, Fla., 5'7", dark, darh, dark, farmer
COLLIER, WILLIAM S., Columbia, Geo., 5'9", dark, dark, dark, farmer
CAIN, DEMPSEY, Richmond, Va., 5'10", sallow, blue, gray, farmer

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COSTELLO, JOHN, N. Y., 5'8", fair, gray, brown, farmer
DAVIS, ENOCH, McIntosh Co., Geo., 5'6", sallow, gray, brown, farmer
DAVIS, BENJAMIN, McIntosh Co., Geo., 5'7", sallow, blue, fair, farmer
DAVIS, JACKSON, McIntosh Co., Geo., 5'8", fair, gray, brown, farmer
DANFORD, WILLIAM, Horry Dist., S. C. 5'9", sallow, gray, dark, farmer
FALANY, RAMON, St. Augustine, Fla., 4'9", sallow, gray, brown, farmer
FUTCH, ALFRED, Bulloch Co., Geo., 5'7", fair, gray, brown, farmer
FLYNN, JAMES M., ___?, Geo., 5'7", dark, dark, dark, farmer
FLADDING?, JOHN W., Hur Hissen, Germany, 5'8", dark, dark, dark, farmer
FLOYD, ANTONION, St. Johns, E. F., 5'10", sallow, gray, brown, farmer
GEIGER, GEORGE, Karhaal, Fla., 5'3", sallow, blue, light, farmer
HERNANDEZ, RAMON, St. Johns, E. F.., 5'5", dark, dark, dark, farmer
HERNANDEZ, ALONZO, St. Johns, E. F., 5'5", dark, dark, dark, farmer
HAMILTON, JOHN, ?, Geo., 5', sallow, blue, light, farmer
HAYS, JAMES H., Canada, 5'8", fair, gray, brown, farmer
HERNANDEZ, EDWARD, St. Augustine, Fla., 5'1", dark, dark, dark, farmer
JOHNS, NATHAN, Edgefield Dist., S. D., 5'7", fair, gray, brown, farmer
JORDAN, DANIEL, Ellsborough, N. H., 6', sallow, blue, brown, farmer
KIRBY, JOHN, Utica, N. Y., 5'5", sallow, gray, brown, farmer
KRELL, JOHN, Saxony, Germany, 5'8", fair, gray, brown, farmer
KLINTZER, GEORGE, Bremer, Germany, 5'5", fair, gray, brown, farmer
LIVINGSTON, WILLIAM, Laurence, Geo., 6'2", fair, gray, brown, farmer
LOPEZ, DOMINGO, St. Augustine, Fla., 5'4", sallow, gray, dark, farmer
MASTERS, CASIMERO, SR., St. Johns Co., Fla., 5'3", fair, gray, brown,
farmer
MASTERS, CASIMERO, JR., St. Johns Co., Fla., 5'4", dark,dark, dark, farmer
MASTERS, MARK, St. Augustine, Fla., 5'6", fair, gray, brown, farmer
MASTERS, GASPAR, St. Augustine, Fla., 5'9", dark, dark, dark, farmer
MASTERS, BARTOLO, St. Augustine, Fla., 5'8", fair, gray, brown, farmer
MONTE, SELEA CELESTINE, St. Augustine, Fla., 5'8", dark, dark, dark, farmer
MANUCY, FELIX, St. Augustine, Fla., 5'6", sallow, dark, dark, farmer
MICKLER, ANTONIO, St. Johns Co., Fla., 5'6", fair, gray, brown, farmer
MCCLEAN, JOHN, Richmond Co., N. C., 5'3", dark, dark, dark, farmer









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NUTTER, ALONZO, deserted
PAPY, JAMES, St. Johns, Fla., 5'8", dark, dark, dark, clerk
PELICIER, FLORENCE, St. Johns, Fla., 6', dark, dark, dark, farmer
PELICIER, PETER, St. Johns, Fla., 5'9", dark, dark, dark, farmer
PACETTY, VENANUCIO, St. Johns, Fla., 5'5", dark, dark, dark, farmer
REYES, RAMON C., Cuba, 5'10", dark, dark, dark, farmer
ROBERTS, BENJAMIN, Barnwell Dist., S. C., 5'5", sallow, gray, brown, farmer
ROSS, ABRAM, Chester D., N. C., 5'10", fair, blue, fair, farmer
ROSE, WILLIAM, New Orleans, La., 5'6", dark, dark, dark, farmer
READDICK, ANDREW J., Camden Co., Geo., 5'11", fair, gray, brown, farmer
RUSSELL, RICHARD R. Beaufort Dist., S. C., 5'10", fair, gray, brown,
farmer
READDICK, PETER, Camden Co., Geo., 5'10", sallow, blue, light, farmer
READDICK, JOHN, Camden Co., Geo., 5'1", sallow, gray, brown, farmer
SAPP, STEPHEN, Levy Co., Fla., 5'1", sallow, gray, dark, farmer
SHIPES, JACOB, Barnwell Dist., S. C., 5'8", dark, gray, dark, farmer
STEWART, BARNEY, Bullock Co., Geo., 5'6", dark, gray, brown, farmer
SIMMS, LESTON, St. Johns Co., Fla., 5'9", sallow, gray, brown, farmer
SIMMS, JOHN, St. Johns Co., Fla., 5'3", 3", sallow, gray, brown, farmer
SPIVEY, GEORGE W., Columbus Co., N. C., 5'9", sallow, gray, brown, farmer
SOURCY, JOHN, St. Augustine, Fla., 5'8", fair, gray, brown, farmer
TURNER, CORNELIUS, Duval Co., Fla., 5'5", dark, dark, dark, farmer
TURNIPSEED, JESSE, Richmond, S. C., sallow, gray, brown, farmer
TERREL, SAMUEL, Liberty Co., Geo., 5'9", sallow, gray, brown, farmer
WELLS, MARTIN, Dublin Co., N. C., 6', fair, blue, light, farmer
YORK, JOHN, Philadelphia, Pa., 5'6", sallow, gray, brown, farmer
REYES, FRANCIS P., Fernandina, Fla., 5'9", dark, dark, dark, farmer

Page 13-14

Muster Roll of Capt. WILLIAM G. MOSELEY'S Company of Mounted Florida
Volunteers called into the service of the United States by Bnt. Brig.
Gen'l. WM. S. HARVEY under instructions from War Dept. (A. G. O.of
Nov. 4, 1856 from the 29th day of Dec. 1856 (date of this muster) for the
term of 6 months unless sooner discharged.

Columns used were No., name rank, age, enrollment at general rendezvous
(when, where, by whom, payment period), number of miles to place of ren-
dezvous, and value of horse and horse equipment. All men were enrolled on
Dec. 29, 1856 (unless shown otherwise) at Fort Brooke, Fla. by Capt. W. G.
MOSELEY for 6 mos, number of miles to place of rendezvous, none are
shown for from the place of discharge home, and value of horse and equip-
ment to follow after each name.

1. WILLIAM G. MOSELEY, Capt., age 32; $130-$15
1. ROBERT MICKLER, 1st Lt., age 27; $150-$15
1. WINSTON STEPHENS, 2nd Lt., age 27; $200-$8

1. JAMES W. CARTER, 1st Sergt., age 30; $150-$17
2. IRVIN DRYSDALE, Sergt., age 22, $175-$15
3. JAMES TURNER, Sergt., age 34, $135-$8
4. JOSEPH HOGG, Sergt., age 23; $90-$15









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1. BURTON WILLIAMS, Corp'l., age 22, $$50-$12
2. JOHN A. ROSE, Corp'l., age 21, $75-$12
3. MINOR R. G. STEPHENS, Corp'l., age 21, $125-$20
4. JACKSON POOLE,Corp'l., age 22, $75-$15
1. MANUEL SANCHEZ, Bugler, age 19, $180-$12
2. JOHN A. IRVIN, Bugler, age 20?, $50-$12
1. SAMSON BEARFIELD, Farrier, age 28, $100-$15

PRIVATES

1. ALLISON, WILLIAM, age 19, Jany. 1, 1857, $75-$10
2. BENNETT, STEPHEN, age 21, $40-$5
3. BAYA, FRANCIS, age 20, $60-$5
4. BAYA, TERICO, age 19, $50-71
5. BRADIER, THEODORE, age 23, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 miles, $60-$15
6. BELL, LEWIS, age 19, no miles, $150-$10
7. BOWMAN, JOHN R., age 25?, Jany. 1, 1857, 101 miles, $110-$22
8. BARROW, REUBEN T. B., age 26, Jany. 12, 1857, no miles, $80-$10
9. CANOVA, BARTOLO, age 20, $60-$7
10. CROSBY, JAMES, age 19, $35-$7
11. CARRARES, STEPHEN, age 32, $35-$5
12. CARTER, JOSEPH, age 19, $130-$15
13. CANOVA, ANDREW, age 22, $100-$12
14. COLLIER, WILLIAM, age 41, Jany. 1, 1857, $140-$20
15. CAIN, DEMPSEY, age 43, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 miles, $60-$12
16. COSTELLO, JOHN, age 35, Jany. 16, 1857, 101 miles, $80-$8
17. DAVIS, ENOCH, age 20, $40-$12
18. DAVIS, BENJAMIN, age 19, $70-$4
19. DAVIS, JACKSON, age 23, $35-$15
20.DANFORD, WILLIAM, age 21, Jany. 15, 1857, $50-$2
21. FELANY, RAMON, age 19, $40-$12
22. FUTCH, ALFRED, age 21?, $40-$12
23. FLYNN, JAMES M., age 35, $130-$6
24. FLADDING, JOHN W., age 42, $40-$12
25. FLOYD, ANTONIO, age 21, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 miles, $15-$3
26. GEIGER, GEORGE, age 19, 200 miles, $100-$15
27. HERNANDEZ, RAMON, age 23, $90-$7
28. HERNANDEZ, ALONZO, age 19, $60-$12
29. HAMILTON, JOHN, age 19, 101 miles, $40-$15
30. HAYES, JAMES H., age 21, Jany. 1, 1857, 101 miles, $75-$15
31. HERNANDEZ, EDWARD, age 25?, Jany. 15, 1857, $90-$12 ,200 miles
32. JOHNS, NATHAN, age 22, $135-$15
33. JORDAN, DANIEL, age 35, no miles, $140-$15
34. KIRBY, JOHN, age 41, Jany. 8, 1857, no miles, $40-$8
35. KRELL, JOHN, age 35, $20-$15
36. KLINTZER, GEORGE, age 21, Jany. 15, 1857, no miles, $40-$7
37. LIVINGSTON, WILLIAM, age 21, $40-$12
38. LOPEZ, DOMINGO, age 24, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 miles, $50-$10
39. MASTERS, CASIMERO, Senr., age 25, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 miles, $$100-$10
40. MASTERS, CASIMERO, Junr., age 19, $40-$12
41. MASTERS, MARK, age 19, $40-$10








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42. MASTERS, GASPER, age 29, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 miles ,$75-$15
43. MASTERS, BARTELO, age 32, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 miles, $60-$10
44. MONTE, De Ocd? CELESTINE, age 21, no miles, $135-$25
45. MANUCEY, FELIX, age 28, $40-$10
46. MICKLER, ANTONIO, age 19, $50-$10
47. MICKLER, WILLIAM, age 21, Jany. 15, 1857, $60-$15
48. MCCLEAN, COLIN, age 37, $80-$18
49. NUTTER, ALONZO, age 22, $40-$8
50. PAPY, FRANCIS, age 19, $60-$12
51. PELICIER, FLORENCE, age 24, $100-$10
52. PELICIER, PETER, age 20, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 miles, $20-$5
53. PACETTY, VENANICE, age 19, $40-$5
54. REYES, RAMON C., age 26, $25-$12
55. ROBERTS, BENJAMIN, age 19, $110-$15
56. ROSS, ABRAM, age 21, $135-$10
57. ROSE, WILLIAM, age 19, $40-$15
58. READDICK, ANDREW J., age 27, Jany. 16, 1857, 270 miles, $146-$11
59. RUSSELL, RICHARD R., age 22, Jany. 16, 1857, 200 miles, $85-$8
60. READDICK, PETER, age 20, Jany. 16, 1857, 270 miles, $115-$10
61. READDICK, JOHN, age 23, Jany. 16, 1857, 270 miles, $85-$8
62. SAPP, STEPHEN, age 19, $25-$10
63. SHIPES, JACOB, age 19, $40-$8
64. STEWART, BARNEY, age 42, $40-$8
65. SIMMS, LESTOR, age 19, 200 miles, $60-$10
66. SIMMS, JOHN, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 miles, $75-$10
67. SPIVEY, GEORGE W., age 25, $25-$10
68. SOURCEY, JOHN, age 24, Jany.'15, 1857, 250 miles, $90-$9
69. TURNER, CORNELIUS, age 25, $100-$8
70. TURNIPSEED, JESSE, age 23, $135-$15
71. TERRILL, SAMUEL I., age 28, $40-$12
72. WILLIAMS, JOHN, age 2_?, $40-$18
73. WELLS, MARTIN, age 44, $40-$10
74. YORK, JOHN, age 23, Jany. 11, 1857, no miles, $40-$10

Muster Roll of Capt. W. G. MOSELEY'S Company of Moun ted Florida Volunteers,
mustered into service 29 Decr., 1856 for 6 months at Fort Brooke, Fla. by
BNT. Major F. N. PAGE, A. A. General mustered out July 29, 1857 at Fort
Brooke, Fla. Independent Company

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
WILLIAM G. MOSELEY'S Company of the Mounted Florida Volunteers for the period
herein mentioned; that each man answers to his own proper name in person; and
that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and soldier are ac-
curate and just.
W. G. MOSELEY, Capt.
Date: Dec. 29, 1856 Commanding the company
Station: Fort Brooke, Fla.

We certify on oath that the figures opposite the name on this roll, for
valuation of horses and horse equipment of the men, respectively, at the
place of enrollment, according to our honest impartial judgment.
M. POST)
? TURNER) Appraisers









Sworn to and subscribed before
FRANCIS N. PAGE, Asst. Adjt. Gen'l.
Date: Dec. 29, 1856
Station: Fort Brooke, Fla.

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined the men whose names are
borne on this Roll their horses, and equipment, and have accepted them
into the service of the United States for the term of 6 months from the
29th day of Dec. k856.
FRANCIS N. PAGE
Asst. Adjt. Gen'l., Mustering Officer
Page 15-16

Muster Roll of Capt. W. G. MOSELEY'S Independent Company of Mounted Florida
Volunteers, commanded by blank called into the serve of the United
States by Bnt. Brig. Gen'l. W. S. HARNEY, 2nd Dragoons under instructions
from War Dept. (A.G.O.) Florida Volunteers at Fort Brooke, Fla. (the place
of general rendezvous) on the 29th day of Dec. 1857 to serve for the term
of 6 months, from the date of enrollment, unless sooner discharged; from
the 29th day of Dec. 1856 (when enrolled) to the 29th day of June 1857.
The company was organized by Capt. W. G. MOSELEY at Palatka, Fla. in the
month of December 1857 and marched thence to Fort Brooke, Fla. where it
arrived the 29th of Dec., a distance of 170 miles.

Columns used were: name, rank, age, enrollment at general rendezvous
(when, where, by whom, & period), mustered into service (when, where, by
whom), travelling (to place of rendezvous and miles from place of dis-
charge home), value of horse and horse equipment and remarks. The in-
formation will appear after each name.

1. WILLIAM G. MOSELEY, Capt., age 32, Dec. 29, 1856'at Fort Brooke
Fla. by W. G. MOSELEY for 6 mos.; mustered Dec. 29, 1856 at
Fort Brooke by Maj. F.N. PAGE; 170 miles -170 miles; $130-$15
1. ROBERT MICKLER, 1st Lt., age 27, Dec. 29, 1856 at Fort Brooke
by Capt. W. G. Moseley for 6 mos.; mustered Dec. 29, 1856 by
Maj. F. N. Page; 170 miles-170 miles; $150-$15
1. WINSTON, STEPHENS, 2nd Lt., age 27, Dec. 29, 1856 at Fort
Brooke by Capt. W. G. Moseley for 6 mos.; mustered by Maj. F.
N. Page at Fort Brook by Maj. F. N. Page Dec. 29, 1856; 170
miles-170 miles; $200-$8
1. JAMES W. CARTER, 1st Sgt., age 30; Dec. 29, 1856 at Fort Brooke
by Capt. W. G. Moseley for 6 mos.; mustered Dec. 29, 1856 by
Maj. F. N. Page; 170 miles-170 miles; $150-$17
2. IRVEN DRYSDALE, Sgt., age 22, $175-$15
3. JAMES TURNER, Sgt., age 24, $135-$5
4. BURTON WILLIAMS, Sgt., age 22, $30-$12, appointed Sgt. from
Corporal April 30, 1857 Jos. HOGG discharged
1. JOHN A. ROSE, Corp'l., age 21, $72-$12
2. MINOR R. G. STEPHENS, corp'l., age 21, Jany. 1, 1857, Jany. 1,
1857, $125-$20
3. JACKSON POOLE, Corp'l., age 22, $75-$15
4. WILLIAM MICKLER, Corp'l., age 21, Jany. 15, 1857. Jany. 15, 1857
200 miles, 200 miles, $60-$15, appointed corporal Arpil 30, 1857
TICE WILLIAMS promoted









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1. MANUEL SANCHEZ, Bugler, age 19, $100-$12
2. JOHN A. IRVIN, Bugler, age 20, $50-$12, horse lost. Broken
down on a scout Mar. 25, 1857, remounted April 26, 1857
1. SAMSON BEARFIELD, Farrier, age 28, $100-$15

PRIVATES

1. ALLISON, WILLIAM, age 19, Jany. 1, 1857, Jany. 1, 1857,
101 miles, 101 miles, $75-$10
2. BENNETT, STEPHEN, age 21, $40-$5
3. BAYA, FRANCIS, age 20, $60-$5
4. BAYA, TEREO, age 19, $50-$71, horse died of disease Jany. 5,
1857, remounted immediately
5. BRADIN, THEODORE, age 20, Jany. 15, 1857, Jany. 15, 1857, 200
miles, 200 miles, $60-$15
6. BELL, LOUIS, age 19, no miles, $150-$10, horse died of glanders
June 15, 1857, not remounted
7. BOWMAN, GEORGE R., age 21, Jany. 1, 1857, Jany. 1, 1857, 101 miles,
101 miles, $110-$22
8. BARROW, REUBEN J. B., age 24, Jany. 13, 1857, Jany. 13, 1857,
no miles, $80-$10
9. CANOVA, BARTOLO, age 20, $60-$7
10. CROSBY, JAMES, age 19, $35-$7
11. CARRARES, STEPHEN, age 32, 123 miles, 123 miles, $25-$5
12. CARTER, JOSEPH, age 19, $130-$15
13. CANOVA, ANDREW, age 22, $100-$12
14. COLLIER, WILLIAM S., age 41, Jany. 1, 1857, Jany. 1, 1857,
$140-$20
15. CAIN, DEMPSEY, age 43, Jany. 13, 1857, Jany. 13, 1857, 200 miles
200 miles, $60-$12, horse unserviceable from the 1st of April '57
16. COSTELLO, JOHN, age 35, Jany. 16, 1857, Jany. 16, 1857, 101 miles,
101 miles, $80-$8
17. DAVIS, ENOCH, age 20, $40-$12
18. DAVIS, BENJAMIN, age 19, $70-$4
19. DAVIS, JACKSON, age 23, $35-$15; horse gave out on a scout and
abandoned the 25th May, 1857, not remounted
20. DANFORD, WILLIAM, age 21, Jany. 1, 1857, Jany. 1, 1857, $50-$2
21. FALANY, RAMON, age 19, $40-$12
22. FUTCH, ALFRED, age 21, $40-$12
23. FLYNN, JAMES M., age 38, $130-$6
24. FLADDING, JOHN W., age 42, $40-$12; horse died from injury re-
ceived on a scout March 26, 1857, remounted April 26, 1857
25. FLOYD, ANDREW, age 21, Jany. 15, 1857, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 miles,
200 miles, $15-$3; horse unserviceable from 1st May 1857
26. GEIGER, GEORGE, age 19, $100-$15; dismounted from Feb. 1st to
April 10, 1857
27. HERNANDEZ, RAMON, age 28, $90-$7; horse died from injury received
on a scout May 1, 1857, remounted immediately
28. HERNANDEZ, ALONZO, age 19, $60-$12
29. HAMILTON, JOHN, age 19, 101 miles, 101 miles, $40-$15
30. HAYES, JOHN H., age 21, Jany. 1, 1857, Jany. 1, 1857, 101 miles,
101 miles, $75-$15










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31. HERNANDEZ, EDWARD, age 23, Jany. 15, 1857, Jany. 15, 1857,
$90-$12
32. JOHNS, NATHAN, age 22, $135-$15
33. JORDAN, DANIEL, age 35, no miles, $140-$8
34. KIRBY, JOHN, age 41, Jany. 8, 1857, Jany. 8, 1857, $40-$8
35. KRELL, JOHN, age 35, $20-$15
36. KLINTZER, GEORGE, age 21, Jany. 13, 1857, Jany. 13, 1857, no
miles, $40-$7
37. LIVINGSTON, WILLIAM, age 21, Jany. 29, 1857, Jany. 29, 1857, $40-$12
38. LOPEZ, DOMINGO, age 24, Jany. 15, 1857, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 miles,
200 miles, $50-$10; accidentally shot in the left arm above the elbow
while in the line of duty April 9, 1857, amputated
39. MASTERS, CASIMER, SR., age 25, 200 miles, 200 miles, $100-$10
40. MASTERS, CASIMERO, JR., age 19, $40-$12
41. MASTERS, MARK, age 19, $40-$10
42. MASTERS, GASPAR, age 29, Jany. 15, 1857, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 miles,
200 miles, $75-$15
43. MASTERS, BARTOLO, age 32, Jany. 15, 1857, Jany. 15, 1857, 200
miles, 200 miles, $60-$10
44. MONTE DE OCA CELESTINE, age 21, 9 miles, 9 miles, $135-$25
45. MANUCEY, FELIX, age 28, $40-$10
46. MICKLER, ANTONIO, age 19, $50-$10
47. MCCLEAN, COLIN, age 37, $50-$18
48. PAPY, FRANCIS, age 19, $60-$12
49. PELICIER, FLORENCE, age 24, $100-$10
50. PELICIER, FELIX, age 20, Jany. 15, 1857, Jany. 15, 1857, 200
miles, 200 miles, $20-$5
51. PACETTY, VENANCIO, age 19, $40-$5
52. REYES, RAMON C., age 26, $25-$121; dismounted 1 May 1857, not
remounted
53. ROBERTS, BENJAMIN, age 19, $110- $15
54. ROSS, ABRAM, age 21, $135-$10
55. ROSE, WILLIAM, age 19, $40-$15
56. REYES, FRANCIS T.?, age 32, April 30, 1857, April 30, 1857, no
miles, $100-$7
57. READDICK, ANDREW J., age 27, Jany. 16, 1857, Jany. 16, 1857,
270 miles, 270 miles, $146-$l1:
58. RUSSELL, RICHARD R., age 22, Jany. 16, 1857, Jany. 16, 1857,
200 miles, 200 miles, $85-$8
59. READDICK, PETER, age 20, Jany. 16, 1857, Jany. 16, 1857, 270
miles, 270 miles, $115-$10
60. READDICK, JOHN, age 23, Jany. 16, 1857, Jany. 16, 1857, 270 miles,
270 miles, $85-$8
61. SAPP, STEVEN, age 19, $25-$10
62. SHIPES, JACOB, age 19, $40-$8
63. STEWART, BARNEY, age 42, $40-$8
64. SIMMS, LESTON, age 19, Jany. 15, 1857, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 miles,
200 miles, $60-$10
65. SIMMS, JOHN, age 30, Jany. 15, 1857, Jany. 15, 1857, 200 miles,
200 miles, $75-$10
66. SPIVEY, GEORGE W., age 25, Jany. 15, 1857, Jany. 15, 1857,
$25-$10











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67. SOURCEY, JOHN, age 24, Jany. 16, 1857, Jany. 16, 1857, 250
miles, 250 miles, $90-$9
68. TURNER, CORNELIUS, age 25, $100-$8
69. TURNIPSEED, JESSE, age 23, $135-$15
70. TERRILL, SAMUEL, age 22, $40-$12
71. WELLS, MARTIN, age 44, $40-$10
72. YORK, JOHN, age 23, Jany. 27, 1857, Jany. 27, 1857, no miles,
$40-$10

DESERTED
1. ALONZO NUTTER, age 22, $40-$8, deserted Jany. 5, 1857
2. JOHN S. WILLIAMS, age 26, $40-$10, deserted April 3, 1857

DISCHARGED
1. JOSEPH HOGG, Sergt., $90-$10, discharged 30th April 1857 by
G. 0. No. 49, Hd. Qrs. Dept. Fla., Fort Myers April 14, 1857

RECORD OF EVENTS

In the settlement of the Captain of ths company with the Quarter Masters'
Dept., it is ascertained that of the number of half rations of forage to
which the company was entitled to be drawn in kind 1827 half rations were
not drawn and the company is entitled to the pay at 6 cents for half
rations in addition to the amount credited in the column of Forage on the
Roll.
FRANCIS N. PAGE
Asst. Adjt. Gen'l., Mustering Officer

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

I certify on honor that I have at Fort Brooke, Florida, on this 29th day
of June 1857 carefully examined this Roll, and, as far as practicable,
caused the allowances, stoppages, and remarks to be justly and properly
stated; and.mustered the company for discharge; and it is hereby honorably
discharged from the service of the United States.

Date: 29 June 1857 FRANCIS FRANCIS N. PAGE
Station; Fort Brooke, Fla. Asst. Adjt. Gen'l. & Mustering
Officer










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Muster Roll of Capt. WALTER MURPHY'S Company of the Regt., Brigade
of Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by order of the United States by Lt.
Col. WILLIAM WHISTLER, 7th Infty. from the 10th day of Sept. to the 10th day
of Dec. 1839.

The company was mustered into service by Capt. HOLMES for 3 mos. at diffe-
rent intervals which will be shown after each name along with remarks.

1. WALTER Z. MURPHY, Capt., Sept. 10, 1839
2. JOHN M. PREVAT, 1st Lt., Sept. 10, 1839
3. WILLIAM H. COHEN, 2nd Lt., Sept. 10, 1839
1. Z. MCDOWEL, 1st Sergt., Sept. 10, 1839
2. Z. U. LUMLY, 2nd Sergt., Sept. 10, 1839
3. JOHN COLMER, 3rd Sergt., Sept. 10, 1839; wounded by Indians 9th
Nov. 1839, in hospital at Micanopy
4. JAMES ORR, 4th Sergt., Sept. 10, 1839
1. ROBERT DUNCAN, Corp'l., Sept. 10, 1839
2. WILLIAM SOMERS, Corp'l., Sept. 10, 1839
3. WILLIAM REDDEN, Corp'l., Sept. 10, 1839
4. CHARLES DIBBLE, Corp'l., Sept. 10, 1839

PRIVATES

1. BENNET, CHARLES, Sept. 10, 1839
2. BENNET, TERRENCE, Oct. 2, 1839
3. BRANCH, THOMAS, Sept. 10, 1839
4. BROWN, JOHN, Sept. 10, 1839; wounded by Indians 3rd Nov., 1839,
in hospital at Micanopy
5. BOSSON, FELIX, Sept. 23, 1839
6. BORD, JOHN, Sept. 23, 1839
7. BYRNS, JOHN, Oct. 2, 1839
8. CARSON, SAMUEL, Sept. 10, 1839; wounded by Indians 9th Nov. 1839,
his rifle was carried off by the Indians
9. CASEY, ANTHONY, Sept. 10, 1839
10. CORDERY, JAMES, Sept. 10, 1839
11. DAWSON, WILLIAM, Sept. 10, 1839; absent without leave since
27th Nov. 1839
12. DEAN, JOHN, Sept. 10, 1839
13. DOLAN, JOHN, Sept. 10, 1839
14. DAUGHTERS, WILLIAM, Oct. 2, 1839
15. GIVENS, WILLIAM, Sept. 10, 1839
16. GENEY, JAMES, Oct. 2, 1839
17. HOWARD, RICHARD, Sept. 10, 1839
18. JOHNSON, ROBERT, Sept. 10, 1839
19. KREPS, PETER, Sept. 10, 1839
20. KENNY, JAMES, Oct. 2, 1839
21. LAUNERT, JOHN K., Sept. 10, 1839
22. MEARS, WILLIAM, Sept. 10, 1839
23. MILLS, WILLIAM, Sept. 10, 1839
24. MOORE, ELIAS, Sept. 10, 1839
25. MARTIN, THOMAS, Sept. 23, 1839
26. MCCORMICK, CHRISTOPHER, Sept. 23, 1839









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27. NICHOLS, JOHN, Sept. 10, 1839
28. PETTIT, JAMES, Sept. 10, 1839
29. PEARLE, JOHN, Sept. 23, 1839
30. PHILIPS, GARRET, Sept. 23, 1839
31. QUINN, JOHN, Sept 10, 1839
32. RAYMOND, GEORGE, Sept. 10, 1839
33. REYNOLDS, GEORGE, Sept. 10, 1839
34. REYNOLDS, WILLIAM, Oct. 2, 1839
35. ROGERS, FRANCIS, Sept. 10, 1839
36. SCHOOLEY, JEREMIAH, Sept. 10, 1839
37. SCHULTZ, MICHAEL, Sept. 10, 1839
38. SMITH, FRANKLIN, Sept. 10, 1839
39. SMITH, JORDAN, Sept. 10, 1839
40. STIFF, THOMAS J., Sept. 10, 1839
41. STRATTEN, CHARLES, Sept. 10, 1839
42. STRATTEN, DAVID, Sept. 10, 1839
43. SABRAY, MICHAEL, Sept. 23, 1839
44. SIMONS, ELIJAH, Sept. 23, 1839
45. SIMPSONS, JOSEPH, Oct. 2, 1839
46. SAMPSON, JOSEPH, Oct. 2, 1839
47. TRAINOR, WILLIAM, Sept. 10, 1839
48. TWEEDLE, JOHN, Sept. 10, 1839
49. URBANOWSKI, M., Sept. 10, 1839
50. WALKER, P. K., Sept. 10, 1839
51. WALKER, JAMES, Oct. 2, 1839
52. WHITE, FRANCIS, Sept. 10, 1839
53. YOKAM, PETER C., Sept. 10, 1839

DEATHS

1. MINSER, JOSIAH, Pvt., Sept. 23, 1839, Capt. HOLMES, 3 mos.,
killed by the Indians 9th Nov. 1839; 1 Gager rifle, 1 pouch
with belt, 1 flask, 1 screw driver & 1 belt plate carried off
by the Indians

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

Date: 10th Dec. 1839 WALTER MURPHY, Capt.
Station: Fort Russell, Fla. Commanding the Company

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and that
I have this 10th day of Dec. 1839 mustered and minutely inspected the above
named company of Florida Mounted Militia.

TH. HOLMES, Capt. 7th Infty.
Inspector & Mustering Officer










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Muster Roll of Capt. WALTER MURPHY'S Company, Brigade of Florida Mounted
Militia ordered into service of the United States by Col. TWIGGS, 2nd Dra-
goons from the 10th day of Dec. to the 26th day of Dec. 1839.

All officers and soldiers were mustered in Dec. 10, 1839 by Capt. HOLMES
for 3 mos., except where noted.

1. WALTER MURPHY, Capt.
2. JOHN CHAMBERS,lst Lt.
3. CHRIST'R MCCORMICK, 2nd Lt.
1. WILLIAM REDDING, 1st Sergt.
2. CHARLES DIBBLE, 2nd Sergt.
3. WM. H. COHEN, 3rd Sergt.
4. MICHAEL SABRAY, 4th Sergt.
1. JOHN BROWN, 1st Corp'l.
2. RICH'D. HOWARD, Corp'l.
3. WM. SUMMERS, Corp'l.
4. CHARLES BENNETT, Corp'l.

PRIVATES
32. REYNOLDS, GEORGE
1. BENNETT, TERRANCE, Dec. 13 33. ROGERS..FRANCIS
2. BOPUE, FELIX 34. REYNOLDS, WILLIAM
3. BYRNS, JOHN 35. SCHOOLEY, JEREMIAH
4. BOYD, JOHN 36. SCHULTZ, MICHAEL
5. CASEY, ANTHONY 37. SMITH, JORDAN
6. COLWELL, JOHN 38. SMITH, FREDIE; absent on leave
7. DAWSON, WILLIAM 39. SAMPSON, JOSEPH
8. DEAN, JOHN 40. SIMMONS, JOHN
9. DOLAN, JOHN 41. SIMON, ELIJAH
10. DALY, JAMES, Dec. 13 42. STIFF, THOMAS J.
11. DONNELL, JOHN 0., Dec. 13 43. SCARBER, RODOLPH
12. FARRELL, THOMAS, Dec. 13 44. STRATTEN, CHARLES; absent on leave
13. FRENCH, JOHN, Dec. 13 45. STRATTEN, DAVID; absent on leave
14. GIVINS, WILLIAM 46. SHAUGHUAPY, MICHAEL, Dec. 13;
15. HEANEY, JAMES absent on leave
16. JOHNSON, ROBERT 47. TRAINOR, WILLIAM
17. JACKSON, MCD. 48. TWEEDLE, JOHN
18. JAMES, GEORGE, Dec. 13 49. URBAWSKY, M.
19. KRIPO, PETER 50. WALKER, P. K.; absent on leave
20. LAUNART ?, JOHN 51. WALKER, JAMES; absent on leave
21. MILLS, WILLIAM 52. WHITE, FRANCIS
22. MOORE, ELIAS 53. YOKUM, MICHAEL
23. MARTIN, JAMES J. 54. ORR, JAMES
24. NICHOLS, JOHN 55. LEWIS, WILLIAM
25. POTTETT, JAMES
26. PATTERSON, MINOR, Dec. 13
27. PEARL, JOHN
28. PHILLIPS, GARRETT
29. QUINN, JOHN
30. QUINN, JAMES 0., Dec. 13
31. RAYMOND, GEORGE










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RECORD OF EVENTS

The within named company was mustered out of service by me on the 26th day
of Dec. 1839 by instructions from Col. TWIGGS, 2nd Dragoons date 21st Dec. 1839.

482 THRO. Lt. J. L. SANDERSON of
27th Dec. '39

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
WALTER MURPHY'S Company of the Mounted Volunteers for the period herein
mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and soldier
are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation exhibits in every partic-
ular, the true state of the company.
WALTER MURPHY, Capt.
Date: 26th Dec. 1839 Commanding the Company
Station: Fort Micanopy, E. F.

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and
that I have this 26th day of Dec. 1839 mustered and minutely inspected the
above named company of Mounted Volunteers out of service.

J. L. SANDERSON, 2nd Lt. 7th Infty.
Inspector and Mustering Officer
Page 21-22

Muster Roll of Capt, ROBERT H. MYRICK'S Company, 7th Regiment of Florida
Militia commanded by blank ordered into service of the United States
by Gov. R. K. CALL from the 10th day of Sept. 1836 to the 1lth day of
Jan. 1837.

All officers and soldiers are shown by rank, and all men were enrolled
Sept. 10, 1836 at Tallahassee by Gen'l. READ for 4 mos.; pay due Nov. 10,
1836 (except where noted); travelled from Leon County, Fla. varying from
5 to 25 miles to Tallahassee and and from place of discharge home, they
travelled from Fort Brooke, E. F. to Tallahasse and vicinty; remarks will
be shown after each name.

1. ROBERT H. MYRICK, Capt.; present, commanding the company
2. LEVI MASSEY, 1st Lt.; absent, sick at Black Creek, Fla. Dec. 12/36
3. A. E. HARRIS, 2nd Lt.; present
1. WILLIAM LEE, 1st Sergt.; present
2. DAVID KENNEDAY, Sergt.; absent sick at Black Creek Dec. 12, 1836
3. JOHN TAYLOR; present
4. JOHN WOODWARD; absent sick at Tallahassee, pay due from enrollment
1. WILLIAM HALL, Corp'l.; absent sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836,
pay due from enrollment
2. WILLIAM MAY, Corp'l.; absent sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836, pay
due from enrollment
3. JOHN ROBERTSON, Corp'l.; absent sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836;
pay due from enrollment
4. SEVIER GASTELL; present










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PRIVATES

1. ADAMS, WILLIAM; absent, sick at Black Creek Dec. 12, 1836
2. ALIGOOD, SILAS; absent, sick at Black Creek Dec. 12, 1836
3. AUSTIN, WILLIAM; absent, sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836; pay
due from enrollment
4. CARROL, JESSE; absent, sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836; pay
due from enrollment
5. CARTER, blank ; absent, sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836; pay
due from enrollment
6. CELON, JOHN A.; present
7. CONNOR, JAMES, absent, sick at Black Creek Dec. 12, 1836
8. DEVANE, GEORGE; present
9. DUNCAN, JOHN; present
10. FERGASON, BLANK ; absent, sick at San Pedro, Fla. Sept. 21,
1836; pay due from enrollment
11. FIELDS, BARTHELEMEW; absent, sick at Black Creek Dec. 12, 1836
12. FLEMING, BLANK ; absent sick at Tallahassee; pay due from
enrollment
13. GANEY, WILLIAM; absent sick at Black Creek Dec. 12, 1836
14. GASSAWAY, BLANK ; absent sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836;
pay due from enrollment
15. GARLAND, THOMAS; present
16. GIDEONS, MORRIS; present
17. GORDON, ISAAC; absent sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836; pay due
from enrollment
18. GREEN, ROBERT; absent sick at Black Creek Dec. 12, 1836
19. GRIMES, JOHN; absent sick at San Pedro Sept. 21, 1836: pay due
irom enrollment
20. HAMILTON, JOHN; absent sick at Black Creek Dec. 12, 1836
21. HARROLD, GREEN B.; present
22. HUTTO, HENRY; absent sick at Black Creek Dec. 12, 1836
23. JONES, JOHN 1st; absent sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836; pay
due from enrollment
24. JONES, JOHN 2nd; absent sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836; pay
due from enrollment
25. JONES, SEABORN; absent sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836; pay
due from enrollment
26. JONES, WASHINGTON; absent sick at Black Creek Dec. 12, 1836
27. JONES, WILLIAM; absent sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836; pay
due from enrollment
28. LASTINGER, ANDREW; absent sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836; pay
due from enrollment
29. LEVANS, ELIJAH; present
30. LEVY, MICAJAH; present
31. LOVEJOY, BLANK ; absent sick at San Pedro Sept. 21, 1836;
pay due from enrollment
32. LUNDY, ROBERT; absent sick at Black Creek Dec. 12, 1836
33. MCCLAIN, JAMES; absent sick at Tallahassee; pay due from enroll-
ment
34. MALONEY, CLAYTON; present










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35. MEAD, HENRY; present
36. MERRETT, ALEXANDER; present
37. MILLER, JAMES; present
38. POPE, BLANK absent sick at Tallahassee; pay due from enrollment
39. ROUSE, SOLOMON; present
40. SAMPSON, JOHN H.; present
41. SANDERS, BLANK ; absent sick a Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836;
pay due from enrollment
42. SAWYER, DEMPSEY; absent, accompanied Gen'l. READ from Volusia
to Fort Clinch
43. SINNET, STEPHEN; present
44. STRATTON, THOMAS; absent at Fort Clinch sick Nov. 9, 1836; pay
due from enrollment
45. SWEATMAN, GEORGE; present
46. TAYLOR, MADISON; present
47. TRULUCK, JOSIAH; present
48. TUCKER, LEWIS; absent sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836; pay due
from enrollment
49. TURNER, DANIEL; absent sick at Black Creek Dec. 12, 1836
50. WATSON, HUGH; absent sick at San Pedro Sept. 21, 1836; pay due
from enrollment
51. WEBB, JESSE; absent sick at Black Creek Dec. 12, 1836
52. WETHERINGTON, JOHN; absent sick at Fort Clinch Nov. 9, 1836;
pay due from enrollment

36

ITEM: This company was paid at Volusia, Flor. on the ? Dec'r. for 2
months ending on the 9th Nov. 1836 except the absent members.

REMARKS

The men of Capt. MYRICK'S Company mustered "absent" were left with the
arms and accoutrements which they respectively received from the United
States for which they are accountable. Capt. MYRICK has no account of the
arms and accoutrements issued to the men of his company from which a charge
of their value can be ascertained. He states that they were not completely
equipped and that he is not aware of any losses of this public property.

Fort Brooke, E. F. THOSE. B. ADAMS
Jan. 11, 1837 1st Lt. Qr. Reg. Arty.
Mustering Officer

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
ROBERT H. MYRICK'S Company of the 7th Regt. of Florida Militia for the
period herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each
officer and soldier are accurate and just.

Date: January 11, 1837 R. H. MYRICK
Station: Fort Brooke, E. F. Capt. Commanding the Company










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I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and
that I have this llth day of Jan. 1837, mustered the above named company of
Flor. Militia, who are hereby Honorably Discharged from the service of the
United States.
THOSE. B. ADAMS
1st Lieut. Qr. Reg. Arty.
Page 23-24 Mustering Officer

Muster Roll of Capt. WM. C. NEWBERN'S Company of the Mounted Florida Volun-
teers commanded by Gov. R. K. CALL ordered into service of the United States
by Gen. Y. Z.? TAYLOR from the 20th day of Sept. 1839 to the 20th day of Dec.
1839.

All Officers and Soldiers on this Roll were enrolled Sept. 20, 1839 (except
where noted) at Camp Call by Capt. S. P. HEINTZELMAN for 3 mos and they
travelled 50 miles to the place of rendezvous.

1. WM. C. NEWBERN, Capt.
2. WM. G. HENDERSON, 1st Lt.
3. DAVID J. SUTTEN, 2nd Lt. ; absent sick from 17 Nov. 1839
1. BENJ. HOLLAND, 1st Sergt.
2. HENRY CLIFTON, 2nd Sergt.
3. MITCHELL GRIFFIN, 3rd Sergt.; enrolled Oct. 20, 1839
4. THOSE. J. HENDERSON, 4th Sergt.
1. HAMMOND CRUMER, 1st Corp'l.
2. WM. KIRBY, 2nd Corp'l.; absent on duty from 24 Nov. 1839
3. JNO. J. NEWBERN, 3rd Corp'l.
4. DAN'L. BURNET, 4th Corp'l.
1. E. J. BOYT, Bugler


PRIVATES

1. ARNOLD, JAMES; absent on duty Nov. 24, 1839
2. BOTRICK, WM.
3. BAKER, JNO.; absent sick from 13 Nov. 1839
4. BOYT, JAS.
5. BURMAN, AARON
6. BURNET, RETUS
7. BLAIR, G. J.
8. BARS, D. C.
9. CLIFTON, JAMES
10. CROSBY, THOS.; enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
11. COWARD, THOS.; enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
12. CASON, SILAS; enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
13. CANNON, HENRY
14. DELOACH, EBENEZER; enrolled Sept. 23, 1839; absent on duty
from 24 Nov. 1839
15. DELOACH, RILEY; enrolled Sept. 23, 1839; absent on duty from
24 Nov. 1839
16. FORTNER, JAS.; absent sick from 13 Nov. 1839










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17. GROOMS, THOSE.
18. GARY, MICHAEL
19. GOULDER, DAN'L. ?; absent on duty Nov. 24, 1839
20. GOULDER, ANDREW; absent sick from 16 Nov. 1839
21. HANCOCK, HARDY
22. HURST, WM. B., enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
23. HURST, ENOCH, enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
24. HOLLAND, HENRY
25. HENDERSON, ROBT., enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
26. HENDERSON, SAM'L. J., enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
27. HENDERSON, WM., enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
28. HENDERSON, DAVID A.
29. HODGE, ALEXANDER, enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
30. HODGE, JNO., enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
31. JENKINS, C. J.
32. KERSEY, SYBURN
33. KNIGHT, WM. A., enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
34. KINNY, RETUS, enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
35. KING, LEWIS, enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
36. LEE, CHARLES; absent on duty from 24 Nov. 1839
37. LEMON, JNO. C., enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
38. LANIER, ANDREW, enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
39. MAULDING, HOLMES; absent on duty from 24 Nov. 1839
40. MCCRANEY, JNO.
41. MCCRANEY, JNO., JR.
42. MATHIS, RILEY; absent sick from 13 Nov. 1839
43. MATHIS, HILLEY; absent sick from 13 Nov. 1839
44. MCCRANEY, WM., enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
45. NEWBERN, THOS., enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
46. OSBORN, DAVID enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
47. POPWELL, BOYD
48. POPWELL, PAUL
49. POPWELL, HENRY
50. PLATT, JNO., enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
51. POLK, HARDY, enrolled Sept. 23, 1839; absent on duty from
24 Nov. 1839
52. PETERSON, MICHAEL, enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
53. REVELS, JEREMIAH, enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
54. REVELS, JNO; absent sick from 13 Nov. 1839
55. ROBERTS, ROLLIN, enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
56. ROBERTS, JAS., enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
57. STRICKLAND, STEPHEN
58. SMITH, JNO. T., enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
59. SMITH, JOSIAH, enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
60.. SUGGS, NOAH P., enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
61. SAPP, AILEY, enrolled S3pt. 23, 1839
62. SAPP, RILEY
63. SLAUGHTER, JOHNATHAN
64. SMART, JAS., enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
65. SMART, NATHAN, enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
66. TYLER, HANSFORD










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67. THOMAS, SAMUEL, enrolled Sept. 23, 1839; absent on duty from 24
Nov. 1839
68. VICTORY (VICEROY ?), DAVID
69. WELLS, JACOB, enrolled Sept. 23, 1839
70. WRIGHT, WILLIAM

SERVANTS OF OFFICERS

ELBERT REVELS, Nov. 28, 1839
MAHES SAPP
JOSEPH ENGLISH

The following appeared in the Remarks column "309, Thro' Capt. S. P.
HEINTZELMAN dated the 8th and rec'd. Dec. 17, 1839

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
WM. C. NEWBERN'S Company of Mounted Florida Volunteers for the period here-
in mentioned/ that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and
soldier, are accurate and just.
WILLIAM C. NEWBERN
Date: 28 Nov. 1839 Capt. commanding the Company of
Station: Camp Call Mounted Volunteers

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and that
I have this 28th day of Nov. mustered and minutely inspected the above named
company of Mounted Florida Volunteers

S. P. HEINTZELMAN, Capt.
Inspector and Mustering Officer
Pg. 25-26

Muster Roll of Capt. WM. C. NEWBERN'S Company of Mounted Florida Militia,
commanded by Gov. R. K. CALL ordered into service of the United States by
Gen'l. TAYLOR from the 20th day of Sept. 1839 to the 20th day of Dec. 1839.

All men were enrolled Sept. 20, 1839 (unless stated otherwise) by Capt. S.
P. HEINTZELMAN at Call for 3 mos.; travel 50 miles to rendezvous and 50
miles from place of discharge home.

1. WILLIAM C. NEWBERN, Captain
2. WILLIAM G. HENDERSON, 1st Lt.
3. DAVID J. SUTTON, 2nd Lt.
1. BENJAMIN HOLLAND, 1st Sergt.
2. HENRY CLIFTON, 2nd Sergt.
3. MITCHEL GRIFFIN, 3rd Sergt., enrolled 20 Oct. 1839
4. THOMAS J. HENDERSON, 4th Sergt.
1. HAMMON CRUMMER, 1st Corp'l.
2. WILLIAM KIRBY, 2nd Corp'l.
3. JOHN L. (S?) NEWBERN, 3rd Corp'l.
4. DANIEL BURNET, 4th Corp'l.
1. E. J. BOYET, Bugler









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PRIVATES
1. ARNOLD, JAMES 36. LEE, CHARLES
2. BOSTICK, WILLIAM 37. LEMON, JOHN C., Sept. 23,'39,
3. BAKER, JOHN died Nov. 18, 1839
4. BOYET, JAMES 38. LANIER, ANDREW, .Sept. 23, '39
5. BURMAN_ AARON 39. MAULDING, HOLMES
6. BURNET, RETUS 40. MCCRANEY, JOHN; two months hospital
7. BLAIR, G. J. service
8. BASS, D. C. 41. MCCRANEY, JOHN JR.
9. CLIFTON, James 42. MATHIS, RILEY
10. CROSBY, THOMAS, Sept. 23,'39 43. MATHIS, HILLEY
11. COWARD, THOMAS, Sept. 23,'39 44. MCCRANEY, WILLIAM, Sept. 23, '39
12. CASON, SILAS, Sept. 23, '39 45 NEWBERN, THOMAS, Sept. 23,'39
13. CANNON, HENRY, Sept. 23,'39 46. OSBERN, DAVID, no miles, Sept. 23,'39
14. DELOACH, EBENEZER, Sept. 23,'39 47. POPWELL, BOYD, no miles
15. DELOACH, RILEY, Sept. 23,'39 48. POPWELL, PAUL, no miles
16. FORTNER, JAMES 49. POPWELL, HENRY, no miles
17. GROOMES, THOMAS 50. PLATT, JOHN, Sept. 23, '39
18. GAREY, MICHAEL 51. POLK, HARDY, Sept. 23,'39
19. GOLDEN, DANIEL 52. PETERSON, MICHAEL, Sept. 23,'39
20. GOLDEN, ANDREW 53. REVELS, JEREMIAH
21. HANCOCK, HARDY 54. REVELS, JOHN
22. HURST, WILLIAM B., Sept. 23,'39 55. ROBERTS, ROLDIN, Sept. 23, '39
23. HURST, ENOCH, Sept. 23,'39 56. ROBERTS, JAMES, Sept. 23, '39
24. HOLLAND HENRY 57. STRICKLAND, STEPHEN
25. HENDERSON, ROBERT, Sept. 23,'39 58. SMITH, JOHN T., Sept. 23, '39
26. HENDERSON, SAMUEL, Sept. 23,'39 59. SMITH, ISAIAH, Sept. 23, '39,no miles
27. HEADERSON, WILLIAM, Sept. 23,'39 60. SNUGGS, NOAH P.
28. HENDERSON, DAVID A. 61. SAPP, AILEY, Sept. 23, '39
29. HODGE, ALEXANDER, Sept. 23,'39 62. SAPP, RILEY
30. HODGE, JOHN, Sept. 23,'39 63. SLAUGHTER, JONATHAN
31. JENKINS, C. J. 64. SMART, JAMES, Sept. 23, '39
32. KERSEY, SYBURN 65. SMART, NATHAN, Sept. 23, '39
33. KNIGHT, WILLIAM A., Sept. 23,'39 66. TYLER, HANSFORD
34. KERSEY, RETUS, Sept. 23,'39 67. THOMAS, SAMUEL, Sept. 23, '39
35. KING, LEWIS, Sept. 23,'39 68. VICTORY, DAVID
69. WELLS, JACOB, Sept. 23, '39
70 WRIGHT, WILLIAM
No. 146 Capt. W. C. NEWBERN'S Company of Florida Volunteers mustered out of
service at Camp Call, Florida Dec'r. 20, 1839
No. 436 Asst. Surgeon C. MCCORMICK dated Dec'r. 21, 1839 and rec'd. Jany. 10,
1840

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. WM.
C. NEWBERN'S Company of Mounted Florida Volunteers for the period herein men-
tioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and soldier,
are accurate and just.

Date: Dec. 20th 1839 W. C. NEWBERN
Station: Camp Call Capt. Commanding the Company Mounted Vols.









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I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and that
I have this 20th day of Dec. 1839 mustered the above named company of Mounted
Volunteers out of the service of the United States.

CHARLES MCCORMICK
Asst. Sugeon Infy., Inspector &
Mustering Officer
Page 27 28

Muster Roll of Capt. P. F. NEWSOM'S Company of the Battalion of Florida Brigade
of Mounted Volunteers Militia, commanded by Maj. JOHN G. TAYLOR. Received into
service of the United States by Maj. Gen'l. THOMAS S. JESSUP, from the 24th day
of January 1838 to the 24th day of July 1838.

*All men were enrolled January 24, 1838 by Capt. NEWSOM for 6 months and 3 days,
(unless otherwise shown)in Jefferson County.

1. D. P. F. NEWSOM, Captain
2. NORMAN HIGH, 1st Lt.
3. JOHN L. LOFTON, 2nd Lt.

1. EVERETT SCULLY, 1st Sergt. 3. HENRY LEVAN, Sergt.
2. KINNY MEW, Sergt. 4. C. W. DEWITT, Sergt.

1. BENJAMIN STEPHENS, 1st Crop'l.3. GEO. W. COPELAND, Corp'l.
2.BENJAMIN SKIPPER, Corp'l. 4. DANIEL MATHEWS, Corp'l.

1. GEO. BULLOCH, Bugler

PRIVATES
1. ALGARS, ELBIRD 19. GRANTHAM, ABRAM
2. ALTMAN, THOMAS 20. GIDION, MORRIS
3. ALTMAN, JAMES, Feb. 5,'38 21. HARRINGTON, JOHN
4. CORDELARY, PETER 22. HARGROVE, R. P., Sef. 14, '38
5. DEWITT, W. H. 23. HENDEE, HIRAM, Feb. 20, '38
6. DUNCAN, HUGH, killed WILDMAN 24. HINE, WILDMAN; killed by Hugh Duncan
HINES, July 5, 1838 and was July 5, 1838
taken into custody by the civil 25. HIGH, MICHAEL
authorities& lodged in Monticello 26. HIGH, HARMON
jail & has made his escape. 27. HOLDER, DANIEL
7. FAIRCLOTH, ALLEN 28. HUSKEYS, J., Feb. 10, '38
8. FAIRCLOTH, A. D., Feb. 5, '38 29. JERNIGAN', WM.
9. FREEMAN, JOHN 30. JOHNSON, GEO.
10. GRANTHAM, HUGH; lost his musket 31. JOHNSON, ALFRED, Feb. 14, '38
11. GRANTHAM, JOHN SEN'R. 32. MOTT, JACOB
12. GRANTHAM, JOHN JUN'R. 33. MOTT, HOPE
13. GRAINGER, SAMUEL 34. PAGE, JOHN B.
14. GRAINGER, EVAN 35. SKIPPER, PETER
15. GRANTHAM, HENRY L. 36. SKIPPER, DANIEL
16. GRANTHAM, EDWARD 37. SKIPPER, BARNAN
17. GRANTHAM, LEWIS 38. SKIPPER, JAMES
18. GRANTHAM, ELIAS 39. SKIPPER, ALLEN, Feb. 5, '38








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40. SMITH, WILLIAM 46. VICKERS, STEPHEN
41. SMITH, CHRISTOPHER, Feb. 20, '38 47. VICKERS, DREW, Feb. 20, '38
died May 14, 1838. 48. VICKERS, JACKSON, Feb. 20, '38
42. SIMMONS, GEO., Feb. 5, '38 49. WALKER, RICHARD
43. SINGLETARY, HARRISON 50. WARE, W. H.
44. SCOTT, C. A. 51. JOHNSON, YOUNG, Mar. 28, '38
45. THOMPSON, WILLIAM 52. MARKS, JOSEPH

Mustered into the 'service of the United States under an Act. of Congress ap-
proved May 23, 1838
No. 183 Maj. G. DEARBORN dated July 30th and rec'd. Aug. 22, 1838

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
D. P. F. NEWSOM'S Company of the Battalion of Florida Mounted Volunteers
for the period herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of
each officer and soldier, are accurate and just.

Date: July 27, 1838 D. P. F. NEWSOM, Capt.
Station: Camp Warren Commanding the Company
I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and that
I have this 27th day of July mustered out of service and minutely inspected
the above named company of Capt. NEWSOM'S.

G. A. NEWBURN, Mj. U. S. Army
Inspector and Mustering Officer
Page 29 30

Muster Roll of Capt. D. P. F. NEWSOM'S Company of the Mounted Militia com-
manded by Maj. TAYLOR ordered into the service of the United States by
Brigadier General Z. TAYLOR from the 27th day of July 1838 to the 16th day
of Nov. 1838.

*Note: All men and officers were enrolled July 27 by Capt Newsom for 4
months. If dates of enrollment differ, it will be shown as well as the differ-
ent places of enrollment along with the remarks.

1. D. P. F. NEWSOM, Capt. at Tallahassee
2. John S. DIVINE, 1st Lt.at Tallahassee
3. Daniel SKIPPER, 2nd Lt. at Tallahassee

1. Kinney MEW, 1st Sergt. at Tallahassee
2. Benj. STEPHENS, Sergt. at Tallahassee
3. Benj. SKIPPER, Sergt. at Tallahassee
4. W. W. WOODS, Sergt. at Tallahassee

1. John M. BRIDGES, Corp'l. at Tallahassee
2. Jesse P. HANES ?, Corp'l. at Tallahassee
3. Nelson SWAIN, Corp'l. at Tallahassee; absent on detached service
4. W. H. DEWITT, Corp'l. at Tallahassee

1. Mathew SKIPPER, Bugler at Tallahassee









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PRIVATES

1. ALTMAN, James at Tallahassee
2. ALTMAN, Thomas at Tallahassee
3. ALGAR, Elbird at Tallahassee
4. ANDERSON, Asa at Tallahassee
5. ANDERSON, W. H. at Tallahassee Aug. 4 at Camp Wacissa
6. ANDERSON, Owen enrolled Aug.10 at Camp Wacissa
7. ANDERSON, Seaborn enrolled Sept. 10 at Camp Wacissa
8. ADAMS, John W. at Tallahassee
9. BULLOCH, Geo. at Tallahassee
10. BRIDGES, Petxsous ? at Tallahassee
11. BYRD, J. H. Sept. 13 at Camp Wacissa
12. BYRD, W. A. C. Sept. 13 at Camp Wacissa
13. BYRD, J. F. Sept. 13 at Camp Wacissa
14. COPELAND, Geo. W. at Tallahassee
15. CORDELARY, Peter at Tallahassee
16. CONE, Jesse at Tallahassee
17. DREW, Charles at Tallahassee
18. DEWITT, C. W. at Tallahassee
19. DUGGER, John Aug. 21 at Camp Wacissa
20. FAIRCLOTH (Left blank at Tallahassee
21. GRAINGER, Samuel at Tallahassee
22. GIDION, Morris at Tallahassee
23. GRAINGER, Ervin at Tallahassee
24. GRANTHAM, Hugh at Tallahassee
25. GRANTHAM, Henry at Tallahassee
26. GRANTHAM, Roberson at Tallahassee
27. GRANTHAM, John, Sr. at Tallahassee
28. GRANTHAM, John, Jr. at Tallahassee
29. GRAINGER, John at Tallahassee
30. GRANTHAM, Joel at Tallahassee
31. GRANTHAM, Daniel at Tallahassee
32. GRAINGER, Furney at Tallahassee
33. GREEN, R. P. enrolled Sept. 13 at Camp Wacissa
34. HIGH, Norman at Tallahassee
35. HOLLOMAN, J. P. At Tallahassee
36. HIGH, Harman at Tallahassee
37. HARRINGTON, John at Tallahassee
38. HUSKEY, J. at Tallahassee
39. HIGH, Julius at Tallahassee
40. HIGH, John at Tallahassee
41. HIGH, Michael at Tallahassee
42. HARE, R. C. at Tallahassee'
43. JOHNSON, George at Tallahassee
44. JOHNSON, Alfred at Tallahassee
45. JERNIGAN, William at Tallahassee
46. KINMAN, A. at Tallahassee
47. SIMMON(S), William enrolled Sept. 13 at Camp Wacissa
48. MATHEWS, W. H. at Tallahassee
49. MARKS, Joseph at Tallahassee








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PRIVATES

50. MILLER, R. J. at Tallahassee
51. MATHEWS, Daniel at Tallahassee
52. MATHEWS?, Daniel A. enrolled Aug. 12 at Camp Wacissa
53. PAGE, John B. enrolled Aug. 24 at Camp Wacissa
54. PATTERSON, W. enrolled Sept. 10 at Camp Wacissa
55. RICKERT, Jacob enrolled Sept. 10 at Camp Wacissa
56. SKIPPER, Barnos at Tallahassee
57. SKIPPER, James at Tallahassee
58. SEALLY, Everett at Tallahassee
59. SKIPPER, Peter at Tallahassee
60. SAMMON DS, Geo. at Tallahassee
61. SMITH, William at Tallahassee
62. STEPHENS, John enrolled Sept. 13 at Camp Wacissa
63. SHEPHERD, D. H. at Tallahassee; absent on furlough
64. UMPHREYS, Richmond enrolled Sept. 13 at Camp Wacissa
65. VICKERS, Stephen at Tallahassee
66. VICKERS, Jackson at Tallahassee
67. WILLIAMS, Lewis at Tallahassee
68. WHITE, Thomas enrolled Sept. 13 at Camp Wacissa
69. WALKER, Richard at Tallahassee

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits a true state of Capt. D. P. F.
NEWSOM'S company of Mounted Militia for the period herein mentioned; that the
remarks set opposite the name of each officer and soldier are accurate and just.

Date: Nov. 16, 1838 D. P. F. NEWSOM
Station: Camp Wacissa, M. F.
I certify on hono that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll's minutely
called and inspected each officer & man of the company, and that I have this
16th day of Nov. 1838 mustered them for discharge, and they are hereby honor-
ably discharged from the service of the United States

No. 608 Capt. A. CADY dated A. CADY, Capt. 6th Infy.
the 30th Nov. and rec'd. the Mustering Officer
19th Dec. 1838

Capt. D. P. F. NEWSOM'S company
of Florida Mounted Militia mus-
tered in and out of service.

Page 31 32

Muster Roll of Capt. D. P. F. NEWSOM'S Company of the Battalion of Middle Florida
Mounted Volunteers commanded by Maj. John L. TAYLOR into the service of the
United States by Maj. Gen'l. TH. S. JESUP, from the 24th day of January 1838
under the Act of Congress approved May 23, 1836.

All officers and men were enrolled Jan. 24, 1838 (unless otherwise shown)
in Jefferson County, Florida by Capt. NEWSOM for 6 months.
1. D. P. F. NEWSOM, Capt.
2. Norman HIGH, 1st Lt.
3. John L. LOFTON, 2nd Lt.










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1. Everitt SEALLY, 1st Sergt.
2. Kenney MEW, Sergt.
3. Henry SWAN, Sergt.
4. C. W. DEWETT, Sergt.

1. Benjamin STEPHENS, Corp'l.
2. Benjamin SKIPPER, Corp'l.
3. G. W. COPELAND, Corp'l.
4. Daniel MATHEWS, Corp'l.

1. George BULLOCH, Bugler

PRIVATES

1. ALGERS, Elbert 28. HUSKEY. J., Feb. 10, 1838
2. ALTMAN, Thomas 29. JERNIGAN, William
3. ALTMAN, James, Feb. 5, 1838 30. JOHNSON, George
4. CONDELAY, Peter 31. JOHNSON, Alfred
5. DEWETT, W. H. 32. JOHNSON, Young, Mar. 28, 1838
6. DUNCAN, Hugh 33. MARKS, Joseph, Mar. 28, 1838
7. FAIRCLOTH, Allen, Feb. 34. MOTT, Jacob, Mar. 28, 1838
8. FAIRCLOTH, Allen D. 35. MOTT, Hope
9. FREEMAN, John 36. PAGE, John B.
10. GRANTHAM, Hugh 37. SKIPPER, Peter
11. GRANTHAM, John Sen'r. 38. SKIPPER, DANIEL
12. GRANTHAM, John Jr. 39. SKIPPER, BARNA
13. GRANTHAM, Henry 40. SKIPPER, James
14. GRANTHAM, Edward 41. SKIPPER, Allen, Feb. 12, 1838
15. GRANTHAM, Lewis 42. SMITH, William
16. GRANTHAM, Elias 43. SMITH, Christopher, Feb. 20, 1838
17. GRANTHAM, Abram 44. SIMMONS, George, Feb. 5, 1838
18. GRANGER, Samuel 45. SINGLETON, Harrison
19. GRANGER, Ervin 46. SCOTT, C. A.
20. GIDEON, Morris 47. THOMPSON, William
21. HARRINGTON, John 48. VICKERS, Stephen
22. HARGROVES, R. L., Feb.14,'38 49. VICKERS, Drew, Feb. 20, 1838
23. HENDEE, Hiram, Feb. 20, 50. VICKERS, Jackson, Feb. 20, 1838
24. HINE, Wildman 51. WALKER, Richard
25. HIGH, Michael 52. WARE, W. H.; absent with leave-
26. HIGH, Harman not seen
27. HOLDER, Daniel

I certify on honor that I have at Jefferson County, this 28th day of Mar. 1838,
mustered into the service of the United States, for the period of 6 months,
(unless sooner discharged) D. P. F. NEWSOM'S company in the Battalion of Middle
Florida Mounted Volunteers: That I allow, for travel from their homes to
place of rendezvous blank miles to each officer and soldier.

S. CHURCHILL, Maj. Art. & Insp'r. Gen'l.
Army South
Mustering Officer










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Muster Roll of Capt. JAMES NIBLACK'S Mounted Company of the 1st Regiment
Brigade of Florida Militia commanded by Col. WARREN ordered into service
of the United States by Maj. Gen'l. THOMAS S. JESUP from the 27th day of
January 1837 for 6 months, unless sooner discharged.

Note: All men were enrolled January 27th 1837 at Fort Lancaster for 6
months by Lt. Col. MILLS. Columns used are: No., names, enrollment (when,
where, by whom and period); description of horses; and remarks.

1. JAMES NIBLACK, Capt., black horse, bay horse, present; 1 ser-
vant and 2 horses
2. Sylvester BRYANT, 1st Lt.; Bay horse & brown horse; present;
1 servant
3. James C. PEARCE, 2nd Lt., brown horse & gray horse; present; 1
servant
4. James WEEKS, 2nd Lt., Bay horse & sorrel horse; present; 1 servant

1. James OSTEEN, Orderly Sergt., bay horse; present
2. Zachariah R. ROBERTS, 2nd Sergt., sorrel horse, present
3. John PEARCE, 3rd Sergt., spotted mare, present
4. Joseph MIZELL, 4th Sergt., bay horse

1. James OSTEEN, Jr., Corp'l., bay horse, present
2. John PREVATT, Corp'l., bay mare, present
3. Thomas BRYANT, Corp'l., brown horse
4. Joel NIBLACK, Corp'l., sorrel mare, present

PRIVATES

1. BRYANT, Langley, cream mare, present
2. BRYANT, James, bay horse, present
3. BARCO, STEPHEN, bay horse, present
4. BARCO, DANIEL, brown horse, present
5. BRAVER, Burris, bay mare, march on command
6. COLLINS, C. H. B., bay horse, present
7. COTTLE, Reuben, bay mare, present
8. DOUGLAS, James, sorrel horse, present
9. FUTCH, John, bay horse, march on command
10. GOLDSBY, Thomas, bay mare, march on command
11. GILLET, George, black horse, present
12. GILLET, David, sorrel mare, present
13. GILLET, Daniel, grey horse, march on command
14. GREEN, Elisha, brown mare, march on command
15. GREEN, James, bay horse, march on command
16. GREEN, Elisha, Jr., sorrel mare, march on command
17. GREEN, JOHN, sorrel horse, march on command
18. HARE, William, bay mare, present
19. HARE, William, Jr., sorrel mare, present
20. HOLDER, Thomas, sorrel horse, present
21. HOLDER, Joseph, sorrel mare, absent, sick









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22. HOOKER, J ?, sorrel horse, present, absent on command
23. HOOKER, Wm. B ?, bay horse, present
24. HANCOCK, DURHAM, black horse, present, absent on command
25. HANCOCK, WM., sorrel horse, present
26, HANCOCK, Martin, bay horse, present
27. HANCOCK, Cader, sorrel horse, present
28. HANCOCK, Littleton, sorrel horse, present, absent on command
29. HANCOCK, James, bay horse, absent sick
30. JONES, Henry, bay horse, present
31. KEENE, J. S. M., no horse, present
32. KEENE, David, sorrel mare, present
33. KEENE, WM. H., sorrel mare, present
34. KEENE, Jackson, brown mare, present
35. KEENE, Joseph, bay mare, present
36. KEENE, Shadrack, bay mare, present
37. MIZELL, Enoch (P. R. June 23, 81 to July 23/81), bay mare, present
38. MIZELL, David, Jr., brown horse, absent on command
39. MIZELL, Morgan, bay horse, absent on command
40. MIZELL, Joshua, bay horse, present
41. MIZELL, David, sorrel horse, absent on command
42. MARCUM, William, bay horse,.present
43. MOBLEY, Edward, bay horse, absent on command
44. MANNING, Job, sorrel mare, absent on command
45. NIBLACK, WM. F., no horse, present
46. NIBLACK, John, grey horse, present
47. NIBLACK, Samuel, bay horse, present
48. OSTEEN, William, black horse, present sick
49. OSTEEN, Hezekiah, roan mare, present
50. OSTEEN, Shadrack, bay mare, present
51. OSTEEN, Allen, bay horse, killed by Indians and his horse
52. OSTEEN, Elias, sorrel horse, present
53. O'NEAL, Douglas, brown mule, absent on command
54. PEARCE, William, sorrel mare, present
55. PEARCE, Len ?, brown mare, absent on command
56. PAYNE, William, Sr., bay mare, absent on command
57. PONDER, John C. C., bay mare, present
58. PREVATT, John M., bay horse, present
59. PREVATT, Reuben, bay horse, present
60.. PARKER, Elisha, bay horse, present
61. PARKER, John, sorrel mare, present
62. ROBERTS, ZACHARIAH, brown mare, present
63. ROBERTS, Arthur, black horse, present
64. ROBERTS, A ?, bay mare, present, sick
65. ROBERTS, G. W., sorrel mare, absent on command
66. ROLLISON, can't read grey mare, present
67. ROLLISON, William, bay mare, present
68. ROLLISON, Ichabod, sorrel mare, present
69. ROLLISON, Franklin, grey mare, present
70. ROLLISON, Independence, grey horse, absent on command
71. RUTLEDGE, John, sorrel horse, present
72. SPARKMAN, Robt., bay mare, present
73. SPARKMAN, can't read grey mare, can't read









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74. SPARKMAN, C. B., black horse, can't read
75. SPARKMAN, Simon, sorrel mare, can't read
76. SAPP, Harrod, bay mare, can't read
77. SAPP, Elisha, bay mare, present
78. SAPP, John, sorrel horse, present
79. TYRE, Cannon, bay horse, present
80. TOWNSHEND, William, cream mare, present
81. WEEKS, Zachariah, bay mare, present
82. WEEKS, Silas, bay mare, present
83. WEEKS, Theophilus, Jr., bay horse, present
84. WEEKS, Ezekiel, sorrel horse, present
85. WEEKS, John, brown horse, transferred Mar. 20th to Capt. CASON'S Co.
86. WEEKS, Theophilus, Sr., grey mare, transferred Mar. 20th to Capt."''
SEASON'S Co.
87. .WEEKS, Giles, Jr., bay horse, transferred Mar. 20th to Capt. CASON'S Co.
88. WILLIAMS, Edward, bay horse, transferred Mar. 20th to Capt. CASON'S Co.
89. WILLIAMS, Isaac, sorrel horse, transferred Mar. 20, to Capt. CASON'S Co.
90. WILLIAMSON, Elisha, sorrel horse, absent on command

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

Date: March 26, 1837 James NIBLACK, Capt.
Station: Fort Lancaster Comdg. the Company

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and that I
have this 26th day of March 1837 mustered and minutely inspected the above
named company of Florida Militia.
L. B. WEBSTER
Capt. 1st Arty.
Inspector & Mustering Officer
Page 35-36

Muster Ro-1 of Capt. James NIBLACK'S Mounted Company of the 1st Regiment,
2nd Brigade of Florida Militia commanded by Col. John WARREN ordered into
service of the United States by Maj. Gen'l. Thomas S. JESUP from the 27th.
of January to the 5th day of June 1837.

Note: All officers and men enrolled January 27, 1837 by Capt. NIBLACCK.t
and were present at Fort Lancaster.

1. James NIBLACK, Captain
2. Silvester BRYANT, 1st Lt.
3. James C. PEARCE, 2nd Lt.
4. James WEEKS, 3rd Lt.

1. James OSTEEN, 1st Sergt.
2. Zachariah R. ROBERTS, 2nd Sergt.
3. John PEARCE, 3rd Sergt.
4. Joseph MIZELL, 4th Sergt.








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1. James OSTEEN, Junr., Corporal
2. John PREVATT, Corporal
3. Thomas BRYANT, Corporal
4. Joel NIBLACK, Corporal


PRIVATES

1. BRYANT, Langley 46. NIBLACK, John
2. BRYANT, James 47. NIBLACK, Samuel
3. BARCO, Stephen 48. OSTEEN, William
4. BARCO, Daniel 49. OSTEEN, Hezekiah
5. BREWER, Burris 50. OSTEEN, Shadrach
6. COLLINS, C. H. B. 51. OSTEEN, Allen
7. COTTLE, Reubin 52. OSTEEN, Elias
8. DOUGLAS, James 53. O'NEAL, Douglas
9. FUTCH, John 54. PIERCE, William
10. GOLDSBY, Thomas 55. PEARCE, Levi
11. GILLET, George 56. PAYNE, William H.
12. GILLET, David 57. PONDER, John C. C.
13. GILLET, Daniel 58. PREVATT, Johm M.
14. GREEN, Elisha 59. PREVATT, Reuben
15. GREEN, James 60. PARKER, Elisha
16. GREEN, Elisha, Jr. 61. PARKER, John
17. GREEN, John 62. ROBERTS, Zachariah
18. HAIR, William 63. ROBERTS, Arthur
19. HAIR, William, Jr. 64. ROBERTS, Ali
20. HOLDER, Thomas 65. ROBERTS, George W.
21. HOLDER, Joseph 66. RAULISON, West
22. HOOKER, John 67. RAULISON, William
23. HOOKER, William B. 68. RAULISON, Ichabud
24. HANCOCK, Durham 69. RAULISON, Franklin
25. HANCOCK, William 70. RAULISON, Independence
26. HANCOCK, Martin 71. RUTLAGE, John
27. HANCOCK, Cader 72. SPARKMAN, Stephen
28. HANCOCK, Littleton 73. SPARKMAN, N. K.
29. HANCOCK, James 74. SPARKMAN, N. B.
30. JONES, Henry 75. SPARKMAN, Simeon S.
31. KEAN, James M. 76. SAPP, Shadrach
32. KEAN, David 77. SAPP, Elisha
33. KEAN, William H. 78. SAPP, John
34. KEAN, Jackson 79. TYRE, Cannon
35. KEAN, Joseph 80. TOWNSEND, William
36. KEAN, Shadrack S. 81. WEEKS, Zachariah
37. MIZELL, Enoch 82. WEEKS, Silas, Sen'r.
38. MIZELL, David 83. WEEKS, Ezekiel
39. MIZELL, Morgan 84. WEEKS, Theophilus, Jr.
40. MIZELL, Joshua 85. WEEKS, John
41. MIZELL, David 86. WEEKS, Theophilus, Sen'r.
42. MARCUM, William 87. WEEKS, Silas, Jr.
43. MOBLY, Edward 88. WILLIAMS, Edward
44. unreadable, taped over 89. WILLIAMS, Isaac
45. NIBLACK, William 90. WILKERSON, Elisha








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I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
James NIBLACK'S Mounted Company of the 1st Regiment Florida Volunteers
for the period herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name
of each officer and soldier, are accurate and just, and that the recapit-
ulation exhibits, in every particular, the true state of the company and
that the men could not attend at Fort Gilliland for the want of subsis-
tence and forage for their horses.
James NIBLACK, Capt.
Date: June 5, 1837 Commanding the Company
Station: Fort Gilliland where
ordered to be mustered
out of service

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and that
I have this 5th day of June 1837 mustered the above named company of Florida
Militia by comparison of the Rolls with those of Capt. WEBSTER at his former
Muster, the men not being able to assemble at Fort Gilliland as ordered for
want of provisions, as certified by Col. MILLS.

D. R. VINTON
Inspector Gen'l. & Mustering
Officer Art. U. S. A.
Page 37-38

Muster Roll of Capt. James NIBLACK'S Company of the 2nd Regiment East
Florida Volunteers, 3rd Brigade, Florida Militia commanded by Col. William
MILLS entered into the service of the United States on the requisition of
Major Gen'l. Thomas S. JESUP to serve for six months unless sooner dis-
charged under the Act of Congress of the 25th May 1836 entitled "An Act of
Congress" Mounted Riflemen.

Note: All officers and men were enrolled at Fort Lancaster June 16, 1837
by Lt. WALL for 6 months. A description of each man's name as well as the
number of miles to the place of rendezvous and arms furnished by the United
States. All were present unless otherwise stated.

1. James NIBLICK, Capt.; 1 brown horse and 2 gray horses;
5 miles
2. Silvester BRYANT, 1st Lt.; 2 bay horses; 1 mile
3. Joseph MIZELL, 2nd Lt.; 2 sorrel horses; 1 mile

1. James OSTEEN, 1st Sergt.; sorrel horse 3 mile,
2. John PIERCE, 2nd Sergt.; black horse; 10 miles
3. John C. C. PONSHUR (PONDER?), 3rd Sergt.; cream horse;
1 mile; 1 Rifle Younger
4. William T. NIBLICK, 4th Sergt., bay horse; 3 miles;
1 Rifle Younger
5. Elias OSTEEN, 1st Corp'l.; roan horse; 3 miles
6. Thomas BRYANT, 2nd Corp'l.;roan horse; 1 mile.
7. Z. R. ROBERTS, 3rd Corp'l.; bay horse; 3 miles
8. Hezekiah OSTEEN, 4th Corp'l.; roan horse; 3 miles










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PRIVATES

1. BRYANT, James; bay horse; 3 miles
2. BARBER, Samuel; gray horse; 6 miles
3. BRYANT, Langley; sorrel horse; 3 miles
4. BARCO, Daniel; brown horse; 8 miles
5. BARCO, Stephen; bay horse 8 miles
6. CARVER, Wilson; gray horse; 15 miles; 1 Rifle Younger
7. CARVER, William; bay horse;
8. CURRY, Joel, bay horse; 11 miles
9. COTTLE, Reubin, sorrel horse;. 1 mile; 1 Rifle Younger
10. CARVER, Thomas, bay horse; 15 miles
11. GILLET, Anderson; sorrel horse; 14 miles
12. GREEN, Elisha; sorrel horse; 25 miles
13. GREEN, Elisha, Jr.; bay horse; 25 miles; 1 musket & C Box
14. GREEN, John; bay horse: 25 miles
15. GANEY, Benjamin; sorrelhorse; 15 miles
16. GANEY, Ashley; bay horse; 15 miles
17. GOOLSBY, Thos. H.; bay horse;
18. HANCOCK, William, sorrel horse; 10 miles
19. JENKINS, James; sorrel horse; 15 miles; 1 Rifle Younger
20. LIGHT, William, gray horse; 14 miles
21. MEDLIN, Willis R.; roan horse; 15 miles; absent sick (line drawn
through remark)
22. MEDLIN, Willis, bay horse; 18 miles
23. MIZELL, Joshua; sorrel horse; 35 miles
24. MARCUM, William; grey horse; ?
25. MORGAN, Daniel; sorrel horse; 14 miles
26. MORGAN, Jackson; sorrel horse; 14 miles; 1 Rifle Younger
27. NIBLICK, Joel; bay horse; 10 miles; 1 Rifle Younger
28. NIBLICK, Samuel; bay horse; 1 mile; absent sick, present
29. NIBLICK, John; sorrel horse; 1 mile
30. ONEIL, Douglas; sorrel horse; 1 mile
31. PIERCE, William; sorrel horse; 6 miles; 1 Rifle shot bay flack?
32. PEARCE, Levy; sorrel horse; 1 mile
33. POWEL, John; brown horse; 0 miles
34. ROBERTS, Arthur; sorrel horse; 14 miles; 1 musket
35. ROLLISON, Ichibud; sorrel horse; 1 Rifle Younger
36. RAUPAW, W. H.: sorrel horse ; 10 miles
37. ROBERTS, Zachariah; sorrel horse; 15 miles; 1 Rifle Younger
38. ROBERTS, All; brown horse; 1 mile
39. SAPP, John; brown horse; 1 mile
40. STEWART, Daniel; bay horse; 15 miles
41. TOWNSEND, Light; bay horse; 14 miles
42. WEEKS, James; sorrel horse; 30 miles
43. WOOD, Absolam; bay horse; 1 mile; 1 musket
44. WILKERSON, David; grey horse; 15 miles
45. WEEKS, Theophilus; grey horse; 9 miles
46. WILKERSON, Joseph; bay horse; 14 miles










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I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
James NIBLICK'S company, Mounted Volunteers, 2nd Regiment, Florida Militia
for the period herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of
each officer and soldier, are accurate and just, and that the Recapitulation
exhibits, in every particular the true state of the company.

Fort White Jas. NIBLICK, Capt.
15th Sept. 1837 Commanding the Company

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and that
I have this 15th day of Sept. 1837 mustered and minutely inspected the above
named company of Mounted Volunteers.

Fort White, Fla.
Sept. 15, 1837

Muster Roll of Capt. James NIBLICK'S Company of the 2nd Regiment, 2nd Bri-
gade of East Florida Mounted Volunteers commanded by Col. W. J. MILLS order-
ed into service of the United States by Majr. Gen'l. Thos. S. JESUP under
the Act of Congress approved May 23, 1836 from the 16th day of June 1837 to
the 18th day of Dec. 1837 when discharged.

Note: All officers and soldiers were enrolled June 16, 1837 by Capt. NIBLICK
at Fort Lancaster for 6 months with payment due from enrollment. The roll
also shows that each person traveled 20 miles to the place of rendezvous
and 60 miles from place of discharge home.

1. James NIBLICK, Capt.; 1 black servant Joseph (also shown as
Joe and 2 horses
2. Silvester BRYANT, 1st Lt.; 1 servant Nelson and 2 horses
3. Joseph MIZELL, 2nd Lt.; 1 servant Harry and 2 horses; to
pay for ? flask

1. James OSTEEN, 1st Sergt.; horse died the 10th Sept.1837; re-
mounted the same day on a private horse
2. John PEARCE, Sergt.
3. John C. C. PONSHUR (PONDER?), Sergt.
4. Wm. T. NIBLICK, Sergt.
5. Elias OSTEEN, Corporal
6. Thomas BRYANT, Corporal
7. Z. R. ROBERTS, Corporal
8. Hezekiah OSTEEN, Corporal

PRIVATES

1. BRYANT, James 8. CURRY, Joel
2. BARBER, Samuel 9. COTTLE, Reubin
3. BRYANT, Langley 10. CARVER, Thomas
4. BARCO, Daniel 11. GILLET, Anderson
5. BARCO, Stephen 12. GREEN, Elisha
6. CARVER, Wilson, absent sick 13. GREEN, Elisha, Jr.
7. CARVER, William, absent with 14. GREEN, John, absent sick
leave 15. GANEY, Benjamin









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16. GANEY, Ashley 29. ONEIL, Douglas
17. GOOLSBY, Thos. H. 30. PEARCE, Wm.
18. HANCOCK, Wm. 31. PEARCE, Levy
19. JENKINS, James; horse died Aug. 32. POWEL, John
Aug. 20 & remounted 21st Aug. 33. ROBERTS, Arthur
1837 on a private horse 34. ROLLISON, Ichiebud
20. LIGHT, William 35. RAPAW, Wm. H.
21. MEDLIN, Willis R. 36. ROBERTS, Zachariah
22. MIZELL, Joshua 37. ROBERTS, Ali
23. MARCUM, Wm. 38. SAPP, John
24. MORGAN, Daniel 39. STEWART, Daniel; horse crip-
25. MORGAN, Jackson pled on a march from Volusia
26. NIBLICK, Joel to Fort Mellon Nov. 28th 1837
27. NIBLICK, Samuel; horse diseased. 40. TOWNSEND, Light
with the Glanders & shot Dec. 41. WEEKS, James; horse died 10th
llth in corn field with the July 1837, remounted the
order of Gen'l. JESUP Nov. 9th same day on a private horse
28. NIBLICK, John 42. WOOD, Absolam
43. WILKERSON, David
44. WEEKS, Theophilus
DIED 45. WILKERSON, Joseph

1. WILLIS MEDLIN, died the 1st
Oct. 1837

Page 39-40

RECORD OF EVENTS

Company mustered into service by Lieut. W. WALL, 3rd Art. Sept. 15

S. CHURCHILL
I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
James NIBLICK'S Company of the East Florida Mounted Volunteers for the
period herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each
officer and soldier, are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation
exhibits, in every particular, the true state of the company

Date: Dec. 18, 1837 Jas. NIBLICK, Capt.
Station: Fort Gilliland, Flor. Commanding the Company

I certify on honor that I have this 18th day of Dec. 1837, mustered and
minutely inspected the above named company of East Florida Mounted Volun-
teers, who are hereby Honorably Discharged from the service of the United
States.
S. CHURCHILL, Maj. Art. &
Inspector Gen'l.
Army South & Mustering Officer

Muster Roll of Capt. William B. NORTH'S Company of the 1st Regiment, 2nd
Brigade of Florida Militia commanded by Col John WARREN ordered into ser-
vice of the United States by His Excellency, Gov. CALL from the 22nd day
of June to the 22nd day of Oct. 1836










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Note: The entire company enrolled June 22, 1836 in Columbia County by
Capt. NORTH except for the Captain, 1st and 2nd Leiutenents who were
enrolled by Lt. Col. MILLS for 4 months. All men were present and
mounted.

1. William B. NORTH, Capt.; 1 servant and 2 horses
2. Wi-liam WHITTEN, 1st Lt.; 1 servant and 2 horses
3. Robert SANDERLIN, 2nd Lt.; 1 servant and 2 horses

1. Henry HERRINGTON, Oderly Sergt.
2. Samuel CANNON, Sergt.
3. Jessee WIGGINS, Sergt.
4. Moses BARBER, Jr.; sergt.

1. B. W. CREWS, Corporal
2. James MILLER, Corporal
3. Dempsey CREWS, Corporal
4. Edward CREWS, Jr., Corporal

PRIVATES

1. ADAMS, John 32. HOGAN, James
2. BARBER, William 33. HUNTER, David
3. BARROW, Peter 34.HUNTER, Silas
4. BEASLY, John 35. JERNIGAN, Isaac
5. BEASLY, Nathan 36. JOHNSON, Enoch
6. BROWN, John 37. JOHNSON, John A.
7. BROWN, William 38. LOVINGS, William (LEVINGS?)
8. BROWN, Peter 39. LOCKLEAR, Elijah
9. CANADAY, John 40. LOCKLEAR, Joseph
10. CANNON, David 41. LOCKLEAR, William
11. CANNON, William 42. MANN, Dan'l. J.
12. CASON, Cullen 43. MCDONALD, Jas.
13. COMBS, John 44. MCCLELLAN, Silas
14. CREWS, Edward 45. MCCLELLAN, William
15. CREWS, Joseph 46. MIDDLETON, John
16. CREWS, Isham 47. MIMMS, Charly B.
17. CREWS, Stephen 48. MOTT, Emanuel
18. CREWS, William 49. NORTH, James
19. CREWS, William, Jr. 50. NORTH, John
20. DAY, Anthony 51. NORTH, Madison C. W.
21. DAVIS, Samuel 52. OGLESBY, James
22. DOBSON, Isaiah
23. ?HATCHER, George
24. FOURACRE, Ichabod
25. FOURACRE, Jessee
26. GILL, Joseph
27. GREEN, Daniel
28. GREEN, James C.
29. GREEN, Samuel
30. HARVEY, Isaac
31. HARVEY, Richard









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53. PENNINGTON, Jessee 68. WILLIAMS, William
54. SNOWDEN, James 69. WILLIAMS, Rowland
55. SLADE, John G. 70. WILLIAMS, Thomas
56. SUMlERALL, William 71. WILLIAMS, Theophilus
57. SUMMERALL, Allen 72. WILLIAMS, John D.
58. SUMMERALL, Thomas 73. WHITTON, Wm. Jr.
59. SWEAT, Abner 74. WHITTON, Maxfield
60. SWEAT, Sam'l. R. 75. WHITTON, Willoughby
61. SWEAT, Jas. M. 76. WILKINSON, Elijah
62. SWEAT, Allen :. 77. WILKINSON, Joseph
63. THOMPSON, John J. 78. WILKINSON, William
64 THOMPSON, W. L. W. 79 YELVINGTON, Gideon
65. TURNER, Moses 80. YELVINGTON, Gideon, Jr.
66. WILLIAMS, W. H. 81. YELVINGTON, Jacob
67. WILLIAMS, W. A. 82. YELVINGTON, J(esse?)

RECORD OF EVENTS

This company was greatly distinguished for its services and exploits in
seven brilliant affairs against the Creek Indians who were paddling down
attempting to join the Seminoles. Killing a great many and taking pri-
soners on the frontier of Georgia along on the Florida and Georgia line in
the country bordering on the Suwaney and St. Mary's called the Okefeenokee
Swamp Bend.
W. J. MILLS, Lt. Col. Comd'g. ?
Batt'n. 1st Regt. in Unites States
Service

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
William B. NORTH'S Company of the 1st Regiment, 2nd Brigade of Florida
Militia for the period herein mentioned; and that the remarks set opposite
the name of each officer and soldier, are accurate nad just.

Date: April 8, 1837 William Bee NORTH, Capt.
Station: Fort Gilliand Inspector and Mustering Officer

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and that
I have this 8th day of April 1837 mustered the above named company of
Florida Militia.
L. B. WEBSTER, Capt.lst Regt. Arty.
Inspector and Mustering Officer

Muster Roll of Capt. William B. NORTH'S company of Columbia County Rangers,
1st Regiment, 2nd Brigade Florida Militia commanded by Col. John WARREN or-
dered into the service of the United States by Maj. Gen'l. Thos. S. JESUP
from 21st January 1837 for 6 months unless sooner discharged.

Note: Columns used were: No. names, enrollment, description of horses and
remarks. They were enrolled JUne 21, 1837 at Fort Reed by Lt. Col. MILLS
for 6 months









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1. William B. NORTH, Capt.; 1 roan horse & 1 bay horse; present;
1 servant and 2 horse
2. Samuel CANNON, 1st Lt.; 1 sorrel horse and 1 black horse; pre-
sent; 1 servant and 2 horses
3. Henry HERRINGTON, 2nd Lt.; 1 bay horse and 1 sorrel horse;
present; 1 servant and 2 horses
4. Robert SANDERLIN, 2nd Lt. (per roll); bay horse and grey
horse; absent on command

1. Joseph HOWELL, Orderly Sergt.; sorrel horse
2. David CANNON, Sergt.; sorrel horse
3. James WHIDDON, Sergt.; bay horse
4. William PENNINGTON, Sergt.; sorrel horse
1. William WHIDDON, Corp'l., bay mare
2. Maxfield WHIDDON, Corp'l.; bay horse
3. Sampson AULTMAN, Corp'l.; bay horse; absent on command
4. William MCCLELLAN, Corp'l.; bay horse

PRIVATES

1. ALTMAN, Thomas; bay horse; present
2. BEALL, Henry; white horse; present
3. BULNT? (BLUNT), Jehu; bay horse; present
4. BRYANT, Burnett; sorrel horse; present
5. BONNELL, Silas; sorrel horse; present
6. BONNELL, John, Jr.; bay horse; present
7. BONNELL, John, Sr.; grey horse; present
8. BROWN, Rigdon; Bay horse; absent sick
9. BURNETT, Richard; black horse; absent on duty
10. BROOKS, Wilson; grey; absent on duty
11. BLOUNT, W. G.; black horse; absent on duty
12. CASON, Collin; bay mare; present
13. CREWS, Edward, Sr; grey mare; present
14. CREWS, Edward, Jr.; roan mare; present
15. CREWS, Wiliam; cream mare; present
16. CREWS, Stephen; black horse; absent on command
17. COMBS, George; bay horse; present
18. CREWS, D. D.; bay horse; present
19. CANNON, William, bay horse; present
20. CREWS, Isham; bay horse; present
21. CANNON, Peter; brown horse; absent on command
22. CREWS, William, Jr.; bay horse; absent on command
23. CREWS, Joseph; sorrel horse; absent on command
24. CREWS, W. B.; roan horse; absent on command
25. CREWS, Bee W.; grey horse; absent on command
26. FLETCHER, Loami; white horse; absent on command
27. FLETCHER, George; grey horse; absent on command
28. FLETCHER, Charles; bay horse; absent sick
29. GREEN, James; black mare; present
30. GREEN, John; bay mare; present
31. GARRETT, Charney; black mare; present
32. GREEN, Daniel; roan horse; present
33. GILL, Joseph; black horse; absent on command










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34. GARRETT, John; sorrel horse; absent on command
35. HICKS, Jessee; sorrel horse; present
36. HUNTER, Hansford; black horse; present
37. HICKS, Wiley; grey horse; present
38. HOGANS, Archibald; bay horse; present
39. HUNTER, Elisha; brown horse; absent on command
40. HUNTER, Silas; bay horse; absent on command
41. HUNTER, David; grey horse; present
42. IVY, Robert; sorrel horse; present
43. IVY, Thomas; bay horse; absent on command

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44. JOHNSON, John D.; bay horse; present
45. JOHNSON, John Q.; grey horse; present
46. JOHNSON, William; grey horse; absent on duty
47. LOCKLEAR, Joseph; bay horse present
48. LOCKLIER, William; black horse; present
49. LOCKLIER, Elijah; bay horse
50. LEVINS, William; black horse; absent on duty
51. MINCHEW, Willoughby; bay horse; present
52. MIMMS, Charles B.; grey horse; absent on duty
53. MARTIN, James; roan horse; present
54. MCCLELLAN, Silas; bay horse; present
55. NORTH, John J.; black horse; present
56. NORTH, Madison; cream horse; present
57. PENNINGTON, Jessee; black horse; present
.58. OGLESBY, James; bay horse; present
59. ROLLINSON,Nimrod (taped all the way across the page)
60. ROBINSON?(ROLLINSON)(Taped over); present
61. ROLLINSON, Reubin
62. SLADE, Gideon; bay horse; present
63. SLADE, Stephen; mule; present
64. SANDERLIN, Jessee; bay horse; present
65. SUMMERALL, William; grey horse; present
66. TUCKER, Stephen; bay horse; present
67. THOMAS, John; black horse; present
68. WIGGINS, William; black horse; present
69. WIGGINS, Jessee; bay horse; present
70. WHIDDEN, Willoughby (taped over)
71. WHIDDEN?, Noah; (taped over)
72. WILKERSON, William; (taped over)
73. WIGGINS, Earby; black horse; present
74. WHIDDEN, William; black horse; present
75. SUMERAL, Thomas; (taped over)

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
William B. NORTH'S company of Mounted Men or Columbia Rangers, 1st regit-
ment Florida Militia for the period herein mentioned; and that the remarks
set opposite the name of each officer and soldier, are accurate and just.

Date: March 29, 1837 William Bee NORTH, Capt.
Station: Fort Read Commanding the Company








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I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and
that I have this 29th day of March 1837 mustered and minutely inspected
the above names company of Florida.

L. B. WEBSTER, Capt. ? Arty.
Inspector & Mustering Officer
Page 44

Muster Roll of Capt. William B. NORTH'S company of the 1st Regt., 2nd Bri-
gade of Florida Militia, commanded by Col. John WARREN, ordered into service
of the United States by Majr. Gen'l. Thomas S. JESUP from the 21st Day of
June 1837.

Note: The Captain and three Leiutenents were enrolled by Col. MILLS on
January 21, 1837 at Fort Read. Sergeants, Corporals and Privates were en-
rolled by Capt. NORTH January 21, 1837 at Fort Read.

1. William B. NORTH, Capt.; present; 1 servant, 2 horses
2. Samuel CANNON, 1st Lt.; present; 1 servant & 2 horses
3. Henry HERRINGTON, 2nd Lt.; present; 1 servant & 2 horses
4. Robert SANDERLIN, 2nd Lt.;present at Camp North

1. Joseph HOWELL, 1st Sergt.; present
2. David CANNON, 2nd Sergt.; present
3. James WHIDDEN,3r d Sergt.; present
4. William PENNINGTON, 4th Sergt.; present
1. William WHITTEN, Corporal; present
2. Maxfield WHITTEN, Corporal; present
3. Sampson AULTMAN; Corporal; present
4. William MCCLELLAN, Corporal; present

PRIVATES

L. AULTMAN, Thomas; present 21. CANNON, Peter; present
2. BEAL, Henry; present 22. CREWS, Joseph; present
3. BLUNT, Jehu; present 23. CREWS, W. B.; present
4. BRYAN, Burnett; present 24. CREWS, Bee W.; present
5. BARNETT, Silas; present 25. DAVIS, Soami?; present
6. BONNELL, John, Sen'r.; present 26. FLETCHER, George; present
7. BONNELL, John, Jr.; present 27. FLETCHER, Charley; present
8. BROWN, Rigdon; present 28. GREEN, James C.; present
9. BURNETT, Richard; present 29. GREEN, S. L.; present
10. BROOKE, Wilson; present 30. GARRETT, Charney; present
11. BLOUNT, W. Q.: present 31. GREEN, Daniel; present
12. CASON, Cullin; present 32. GILL, Joseph; present
13. CREWS, Edward, Sen'r.; present 33. William CREWS; present
14. CREWS, Edward; present 34. GARRETT, John; present
15. CREWS, William, Sr.; present 35. HICKS, Jessee; present
16. CREWS, Saphm?; present 36. HUNTER, Handsford, present
17. CREWS, George; present 37. HICKS, Wiley; present
18. CREWS, D. D.; present 38. HOGANS, Archibald; present
19. CANNON, William; present 39. HUNTER, Elisha; present
20. CREWS, Isham; present 40. HUNTER, Silas; present









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41. HUNTER, David; present 59. RAULERSON, Nimrod; present
42. IVY, Robert; present 60. ROBIDEN?, Joseph; present
43. IVY, Thomas, present 61. RAULLISON, Rayborn; present
44. JOHNSON, John D.; present 62. SLADE, Gideon; present
45. JOHNSON, John Q.; present 63. SLADE, Stephen; present
46. JOHNSON, William; present 64. SAUNDERLIN, Jessee; present
47. LOCKLIER, Joseph; present 65. SUMMERAL, William
48. LOCKLIER, William; present 66. TUCKER, Stephen; present
49. LOCKLIER, Elijah; present 67. THOMAS, John; present
50. LEVENS, William; present 68. WIGGINS, William; present
51. MINCHEW, Willoughby; present 69. WIGGINS, Jessee; present
52. MIMMS, Charley B.; present 70. WHIDDEN, Willoughby; present
53. MARTIN, John; present 71. WHIDDEN, Noah; present
54. MCCLELLAN, Silas; present 72. WELKENSON, William; present
55. NORTH, John Q.; present 73. WIGGINS, Earby; present
56. NORTH, Madison C. W.; present 74. WHIDDEN, William; present
57. PENNINGTON, Jesse; present 75. SUMMERAL, Thomas; present
58. OGLESBY, James

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
William B. NORTH'S Mounted Company of the 1st Regiment Florida Volunteers
for the period herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of
each officer and soldier, are accurate and just, and that the recapitula-
tion exhibits, in every particular, the true state of the company, and that
the men could not attend at Fort Gilliland for the want of subsistence and
forage for the horses.
William B. NORTH, Capt.
Date: 5th June 1837 Commanding the Company
Station: Fort Gilliland where
ordered to be mustered
out of service

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and that
I have this 5th day of June mustered the above company of Florida Militia
by comparing the Rolls with those of Capt. WEBSTER as a former Mustering
Officer The Company not being able to assemble at Fort Gilliland as
ordered for want of provisions, ascertained by Lt. Col. MILLS.
D. R. VINTON, Capt. 3rd Arty.U.S.A.
Inspector Gen'l & Mustering Officer

Page 46-47

Muster Roll of Capt. Wm. B. NORTH's Company of the 2nd Regiment, East
Florida Volunteers, 2 Brigade Florida Militia commanded by Col. William J.
MILLS ordered into the service of the United States on the requisition Maj-
or Gen'l. Thos. S. JESUP to term for 6 months (unless sooner discharged)
under the Act of Congress of the 23rd May 1836 entitled "An Act Authorizing
the President of the United States to accept the services of volunteers and
to raise an additional Regiment of Dragoons or Mounted Riflemen.

Note: pages 46 and 47 were erroneous numbered. All men will shown by
rank, when, where, by whom and period of enrollment and number of miles
from home to rendezvous and remarks. They were enrolled June 16, 1837









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at Camp North by Lt. Col. WALL, 3rd Arty. for 6 months.

1. William B. NORTH, Capt.; no horse or miles shown
2. Samuel CANNON, 1st Lt.; no horse or miles shown
3. Henry HERRINGTON, 2nd Lt.; no horse or miles shown

1. Joseph HOWELL, 1st Sergt.; 10 miles; no horse shown
2. Edward CREWS, 2nd Sergt. bay horse; 5 miles
.3. Dency CREWS, 3rd Sergt., bay horse; 5 miles
4. Madison E. NORTH, 4th Sergt.; bay horse; 10 miles
5. David HUNTER, 1st. Corp'l.; sorrel horse; 5 miles
6. B. W. CREWS, 2nd Corp'l.; sorrel horse; 5 miles
7. Charney GARRETT, 3rd Corp'l.; iron-grey horse; 20 miles
8. Stephen SLADE, 4th Corp'l., bay horse; 10 miles

PRIVATES

1. BEAL, Henry; no horse or miles shown
2. BROWN, Rigdon, sorrel horse; 5 miles
3. BAXLY, William; sorrel horse; 10 miles
4. CANNON, William; roan horse; 5 miles
5. CREWS, Edward, Sen'r.; no horse shown; 5 miles
6. CREWS, Stephen; bay horse; 10 miles
7. CREWS, Joseph, Jun'r.; light sorrel; 10 miles
8. CREWS, Isham; bay horse; 5 miles
9. CREWS, William, Sen'r.; bay horse; 20 miles
10. CREWS, Joseph, Sen'r.; bay horse; 10 miles
11. CREWS, William, Jun'r.; sorrel horse; 2 miles
12. CREWS, William B.; bay horse; 10 miles
13. CANNON, Daniel; bay horse; 5 miles
14. CANNON, Peter; black horse; 6 miles
15. Davis, Soami; roan horse; 20 miles
16. GILL, Joseph; dark sorrel horse; 10 miles
17. GREEN, Daniel; no horse shown; 5 miles
18. GILL, John; dark sorrel horse; 5 miles
19. HUNTER, Silas; sorrel horse; 10 miles
20. HUNTER, HANDSFORD; bay horse; 10 miles
21. HUNTER, Elisha; sorrel horse; 10 miles
22. HUNTER, James; black horse; 10 miles
23. HICKS, Wiley; grey horse; 20 miles
24. HICKS, Jesse; iron-grey horse; 5 miles
25. JOHNSON, John A.; sorrel horse; 5 miles
26. JOHNSON, John Q.; grey horse; 5 miles
27. JOHNSON, S. (L.); grey horse; 5 miles
28. JOHNSON, William; grey horse; 4 miles
29. LOCKLIER, Joseph; bay horse; 20 miles
30. LOCKLIER, Elijah; iron grey horse; 20 miles
31. LOCKLIER, William; black horse; 20 miles
32. LEVINS, William; no horse shown; 10 miles
33. MCCLELLAN, Silas; bay horse; 10 miles
34. MARTIN, James; sorrel horse; 5 miles
35. MCCLELLAN, William; bay horse; 10 miles









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36. MOSELY, William; gray horse; 20 miles
37. MCCLELLAND, Andrew; bay horse; 5 miles
38. MIMS, Chisly B.; no horse shown; 5 miles
39. MCCLELLAND, John; rone horse; 5 miles
40. NORTH, John Q.; black horse; 10 miles
41. OGLESBY, Moses; bay horse; 30 miles
42. OGLESBY, James; no horse shown; 10 miles
43. PENNINGTON, Jesse; black horse; 5 miles
44. RABADAN, Joseph; bay horse; 10 miles
45. SUMMERAL, Thomas; black horse; 2 miles
46. TUCKER, Thomas; bay horse; 5 miles
47. WHIDDEN, James; bay horse; 6 miles
48. WHIDDEN, Mansfried (Maxfield); bay horse; 6 miles
49. WHIDDEN, Willoughby; bay horse; 10 miles
50. WHIDDEN, William; sorrel horse; 5 miles
51. WILKERSON, William; bay horse; 10 miles

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and that I
have this 26th day of Sept. 1837 mustered and minutely inspected the above
named company of the 2nd Regiment of Florida Volunteers.

Wm. WALL, Lt. _3rd Arty.U.S.A.
I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
W. B. NORTH'S company of the 2nd Regiment of Florida Volunteers and that
the remarks set opposite each officer and private are correct and just.

WM. BEE NORTH, Capt.
Page 48-49

Muster Roll of Capt. William B. NORTH's company of the 2nd Regiment, 2nd
Brigade of East Florida Mounted Volunteers commanded by Col. William J.
MILLS ordered into service of the United States by Maj. Gen'l. Thomas S.
JESUP under the Act of Congress approved May 23, 1837 from the 15th day
of June 1837 to the 18th day of Dec. 1837 when discharged.

Note: Columns used were: No. Name, rank, enrollment when, where, by
whom and period; miles travelled to place of rendezvous and miles from
place of discharge home; remarks. All men enrolled June 18, 1837 at
Camp North by Capt. NORTH for 6 months with payment due from enrollment;
20 miles to place of rendezvous and 80 miles from place of discharge (un-
less otherwise noted).

1. William B. NORTH, Capt.; 1 servant, Sandy, and 2 horses
2. Samuel CANNON, 1st Lt.; 1 servant, Ned, and 2 horses
3. Henry HERRINGTON, 2nd Lt.; 1 servant, Linus, and 2 horses;
on command at Camp North
1. Joseph HOWELL, 1st Sergt.
2. Edward CREWS, Sergt.
3. Dency D. CREWS, Sergt.; on command at Camp North; no miles home
4. Madison E. NORTH, Sergt.
1. David HUNTER, Corporal; no miles home; on command at Camp North
2. B. W. CREWS, Corporal
3. Charney GARRETT, Corporal
4. Stephen SLADE, Corporal










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PRIVATES

1. BEAL, Henry 27. JOHNSON, Siah
2. BROWN, Rigdon 28. JOHNSON, William
3. BAXLY, William 29. LOCKLIER, Joseph; sic at
4. CANNON, William Fort White
5. CREWS, Edward, Sr. 30. LOCKLIER, Elijah
6. CREWS, Stephen 31. LOCKLIER, William
7. CREWS, Joseph, Jr. 32. LEVINS, William
8. CREWS, Isham 33. MCLELLAN, Silas
9. CREWS, William, Sr. 34. MARTIN, James
10. CREWS, Joseph, Sr. 35. MCLELLAN, William; no miles.
11. CREWS, William, Jr. home; on command at Camp
12. CREWS, William B. North
13. CANNON, David; on command 36. MOSELEY, William
at Camp North 37. MCLELLAN, Andrew
14. CANNON, Peter; sick at Ft. 38. MIMS, Chesley B.; on command
White at Camp North; no miles home
15. DAVIS, Soami; no miles home 39. MCLELLAN, John; sick at Fort
16. GILL, Joseph; on command White
at Camp North 40. NORTH, John J.; on command
17. GREEN, Daniel; no miles home; at Camp North; no miles
on command at Camp North 41. OGLESBY, James
18. GILL, John; no miles home 42. PENNINGTON, Jesse
19. HUNTER, Silas 43. RABADAN, Joseph; sick at Fort
20. HUNTER, Hansford; on command White
at Camp North 44. SUMERALL, Thomas; sick at
21. HUNTER, Elisha; no miles home Fort White
22. HUNTER, James 45. TUCKER, Stephen; on command
23. HICKS, Wiley at Camp North
24. HICKS, Jesse; on command at 46. WHIDDEN, James
Camp North 47. WHIDDEN, Maxfield; on command
25. JOHNSON, John A. at Camp North
26. JOHNSON, John J? 48. WHIDDEN, Willoughby; on com-
mand at Camp North
49. WHIDDEN, William
DEAD 50. WILKISON, William

OGLESBY, Moses; died at Fort White Nov. 16.

RECORD OF EVENTS

Company mustered into service by Lt. W. WALL 3rd Art. Sept. 26

S. CHURCHILL,

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
W. B. NORTH'S Company of East Florida Mounted Volunteers for the period
herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer
and soldier, are accurate and just; that the recapitulation exhibits, in










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every particular, the true state of the company.

Date: Dec. 18, 1837 Wm. B. NORTH, Capt.
Station: Fort Gilliland, Fla. Commanding the Company

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and
that I have this 18th day of Dec. 1837 mustered and minutely inspected
the above.named company of East Florida Mounted Volunteers who are here-
by honorably discharged from the service of the United States.

S. CHURCHILL, Maj. Art.
Inspector Gen'l. Army South
Page 50-51 and Mustering Officer

Muster Roll of Capt. W. B. NORTH'S company East Florida Mounted Militia,
ordered into service of the United States by Bt. Brig. Gen'l. TAYLOR from
the 12th day of July 1838 to the 12th day of Jan. 1839.

Note: Columns used were: No., name, rank, when mustered in, where, by
whom and period of time. All men were mustered in July 12, 1838 by Maj.
DEARBORN for 6 months.

1. W. B. NORTH, Capt.
2. John BRYAN, 1st Lt.
3. James WHIDDEN, 2nd Lt.

1. Joseph HOWELL, 1st Sergt.
2. Wm. MCCLELLAND, Sergt.
3. David HUNTER, Sergt.
4. Elijah WILKINSON, Sergt.
1. W. B. CREWS, Corporal
2. John J. SLADE, Corporal
3. Jacob J. BLOUNT, Corporal
4. Silas MCCLELLAND, Corporal

PRIVATES

1. BURNETT, Richard 16. CREWS, Edw'd, Sen'r.
2. BRUER, James 17. CREWS, Isham
3. BLOUNT, Ryley 18. CANNON, William
4. BLOUNT, Riding 19. CANNON, David
5. CREWS, Densy 20. CASON, Henry
6. CREWS, B. W. 21. CASON, Hailey
7. CREWS, Edward, Jr. 22. CASON, John C.
8. CREWS, Stephen 23. CASON, William
9. CREWS, Lewis 24. DAVIS, Loami
10. CREWS, Micajah 25. GREEN, Samuel
11. CREWS, Joseph 26. GILL, Joseph
12. CREWS, Archibald 27. HUNTER, Jesse
13. CREWS, James 28. HUNTER, James
14. CREWS, Samuel 29. HUNTER, Elijah
15. CREWS, William 30. HERRINGTON, Henry










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31. HATCHER, Ebenezer 45. SLADE, Stephen
32. JOHNSON, John J. *46. SUMMERAL, Thomas
33. JOHNS, Riley 47. SUMMERAL, David
34. LEVINS, William *48. SLADE, Leonard
35. LOCKLIER, Elijah *49. WHIDDEN, Maxfield
*36. LOCKLIER, Joseph 50. WHIDDEN, Willoughby
*37. LOCKLIER, William *51. HIDDEN, WM. L.
*38. MCCLELLAND, Andrew Mc. *52. WHIDDEN, Noah
*39. MCCLELLAND, John W. *53. HIDDEN, W. P.
40. MIMS, Chesley B. *54. WHIDDEN, W. J.
*41. NORTH, James 55. WHIDDEN, James
*42. NORTH, John J. *56. BRYANT, James
*43. PENNINGTON, Jesse *57. SCOTT, Charles
*44. OGLESBY, James 58. BURNETT, Bryant

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
W. B. NORTH'S company of Florida Militia (Mounted) for the period herein
mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and
soldier, are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation exhibits, in
every particular, the true state of the company

Date: 12th July 1838 WM. B. NORTH, Capt.
Station: Camp Gilmer, Middle Florida Commanding the Company

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and
that I have this 12th day of July ? mustered and minutely inspected
the above named company of Capt. Wm. B. NORTH.

G. DEARBORN, Maj. U. S. A.
Inspector and Mustering Officer
Page 52-53

Muster Roll of Capt. W. B. NORTH'S company of East Florida Mounted Militia
ordered into service of the United States by Brevet Brigadier General TAYLOR
from the 12th day of July 1838 to the 12th day of Jan. 1839.

Note: All officers and soldiers were mustered July 12, 1838 by Major G.
DEARBORN for 6 months. Remarks follow where appropriate. Each man shows
they are 10 miles from place of discharge home.
1. Wm. B. NORTH, Capt.; 1 miles to place of rendezvous &
10 miles home from place of discharge
2. John BRYAN, 1st Lt.; Acting A. C. L. and A. Q. Master
3. James WHIDDEN, 2nd Lt.

1. Joseph HOWELL, 1st Sergt.
2. William MCCLELLAND, Sergt.
3. David HUNTER, Sergt.
4. Elijah WILKINSON, Sergt.
1. Wm. B. DAVIS, Corporal
2. John G. SLADE, Corporal
3. Jacob J. SLADE, Corporal
4. Henry CASON, Corporal; appointed Corporal 12th Aug. 1838










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1. BURNETT, Richard 30. HUNTER, Elijah
2. BRUER, James 31. HERRINGTON, Henry
3. BLOUNT, Ryley, absent at 1st 32. HATCHER, Ebenezer
muster,joined 13 July 1838 33. JOHNSON, John J.
4. BLOUNT, Riding 34. JOHNS, Ryley
5. BURNETT, Bryan 35. LEVENS, William
6. CREWS, Densy 36. LOCKLEAR, Elijah
7. CREWS, B. W. 37. LOCKLEAR, Joseph
8. CREWS, Edward, Jr. 38. LOCKLEAR, William
9. CREWS, Stephen 39. MCCLELAND, Andrew M.
10. CREWS, Lewis 40. MCCLELAND, John W.
11. CREWS, Micajah 41. MIMS, Chesley B.
12. CREWS, Joseph 42. NORTH, James
13. CREWS, Archibald 43. NORTH, John J.
14. CREWS, James 44. PENNINGTON, Jesse
15. CREWS, Samuel 45. OGLESBY, James
16. CREWS, William 46. SLADE, Stephen
17. CREWS, Edward, Sen'r. 47. SUMMERALL, Thomas; absent
18. CREWS, Isham at 1st muster,joined 13
19. CANNON, William July 1838
20. CANNON, David 48. SUMMERALL, David
21. MCCLELLAND, Silas; reduced 49. SLADE, Leonard
from Corp'l.12 Aug. 1838 50. WHIDDEN, Maxfield
22. CASON, Harley 51. WHIDDEN, Willoughby
23. CASON, John 52. HIDDEN, WM. B.
24. CASON, William 53. WHIDDEN, Noah
25. DAVIS, Loami 54. HIDDEN, WM. P.
26. GREEN, Samuel 55. WHIDDEN, W. J.; absent at 1st
27. GILL, Joseph muster,joined 13 July 1838
28. HUNTER, Jesse 56. WHIDDEN, James
29. HUNTER, James 57. BRYANT, James
58. SCOTT, Charles

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
W. B. NORTH'S company of Florida Mounted Militia for the period herein
mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and sol-
dier, are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation exhibits, in every
particular, the true state of the company.
WM. B. NORTH, Capt.
Date: 12th January 1839 Commanding the Company
Station: Fort Gilmer, Georgia

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and
that I have this 12th day of'Jan. 1839 mustered and minutely inspected the
above named company of Florida Mounted Militia

E. K. BARNUM, Capt. 2nd Infty.
Inspector and Mustering.Officer










Page 54-55

Muster Roll of Lt. Sam'l. NORTHRUP'S Detachment of the 1st Regiment,
Florida Militia, commanded by Col. John WARREN, ordered into service
of the United States by Gov. R. K. CALL from the 10th day of July 1836
to the 10th day of Nov. 1836 when mustered out of service.

Note: Columns used for this Roll were: No., name, rank; when mustered,
where, mustered by whom, payment period and remarks. All men were mus-
tered at St. Augustine by Major R. M. KIRBY for 4 months.

1. Samuel NORTHRUP, 1st Lt.; July 10
2. Francis J. AVICE, 2nd Lt.; Aug. 9

1. George COLT, Sergt.; July 10
2. Henry FERRIS, Sergt.; July 10; mounted on sorrel horse
3. Cornelius TAYLOR, Sergt.; Aug. 6; mounted on bay horse,
absent

1. John C. HUSHER, Corporal; July 10; absent with leave
2.
PRIVATES

1. James COLLIN; July 10; promoted to Corporal 6th Sept. 1836
2Z Alexis ANDREW, July 10
3. Stephen ARNAU, July 10; discharged 15th Sept. 1836
4. Jacob BOUCAIEIE, July 15
5. Thomas DOOLEY, July 10,
6. Thomas HEIRS, July 10
7. John MASS, July 10
8. Alban MCCLAIN, July 10; mounted, bay horse
9. Rafael MARCUS, July 10; transferred to Capt. FREYMUTH's Co. 30 Sept.
10. Jacob MICKLER, July 10; mounted,sorrel horse
11. Diego MARANDA, July 10
12. Gregorio ORTEGES, July 10
13. William PERPALL, July 10; mounted, black horse
14. Ramon SABATE, July 10; mounted, bay stallion
15. George SPRAGUE, July 10
16. Elisha SPRAGUE, July 10; promoted Capt. 1 Aug. borke 6th Sept.
17. R. W. BASSAURE, July 10; transferred to Capt. FREYMUTH'S Co.
30 Sept. 1836
18. Sampson WILLIAMS, July 10
19. Isaac SUAREZ, July 20
20. James PONS, July 10
21. Henry GEIGER, July 28
22. Arthur MCCLUSKY, July 20
23. Joseph SALDNOE, July 10
24. John C. HOUSTON; Aug. 6; mounted, bay horse; absent
25. F. L. ROUX, Aug. 6; mounted, bay stallion, absent
26. Martin WHITTMORE, Aug. 6; mounted, bay stallion, absent
27. William H. FITZPATRICK, Aug. 6; mounted, bay mare, absent ..-
28. Walter FURMAN, Aug. 6; mounted, sorrel horse, absent
29. Henry W. MAXEY, Aug. 6; mounted, roan mare, absent
30. James SIMMS, Aug. 6; mounted, sorrel horse, absent










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31. James ACKER; July 10, 1836; mounted, sorrel mare
32. Nicholas VIQUE, July 20, 1836; omitted by mistake on the original
muster roll, but has been doing duty since the date of his en-
rollment.

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
Sam'l. J. NORTHRUP'S Detachment of the Florida Militia for the period here-
in mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and
soldier, are accurate and just.
Sam'l. J. NORTHRUP, Lt.
Commanding the Detachment
Date: 10 November 1836
Station: St. Augustine, Flor.

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and that
I have this 10th day of November mustered and minutely inspected the above
named Detachment of Florida Militia.
G. S. DRAM, Capt. Arty.?
Inspector and Mustering Officer
Page 56-57

Muster Roll of Lt. Samuel NORTHRUP'S Detachment of the 1st Regiment of
the 1st Brigade of Florida Militia, commanded by Col. John WARREN, ordered
into service of the United States by Gov. R. K. CALL, from the 10th day of
July 1836 to the 10th day of November 1836.

N-te: Columns used were: No., name, rank when mustered, where mustered,
mustered by whom; payment period and remarks. All men mustered at St.
Augustine by Major R. M. KIRBY for 4 months.

1. Samuel"NORTHRUP, 1st Lt.', July 10, 1836
2. Francis AVICE, 2nd Lt., Aug. 9, 1836

1. George COLT, Sergt., July 10, 1836; mounted, sorrel horse
2. Henry FERRIS, Sergt., July 10, 1836; mounted bay horse
3. Cornelius TAYLOR, Aug. 6, 1836
1. John C. HUSHWER, Corporal; July 10, 1836

PRIVATES

1. Darius ALLEN, July 10, 1836 11. Diego MIRANDA, July 10, 1836
2. Alexis ANDREW, July 10, 1836 12. Gregoni ORTEGAS, July 10, 1836
3. Stephen ARNAU, July 10, 1836 13. William PERPALL, July 10, 1836
4. Jacob BOWRCADIA, July 10,'36 mounted, black horse
5. Thomas DOOLEY, July 15, 1836 14. Ramon SABATE, July 10, 1836,
6. Thomas HEIRS, July 10, 1836 mounted, bay stallion
7. John MOSS, July 10, 1836; 15. George SPRAGUE, July 10, 183
mounted, bay mare 16. Elisha SPRAGUE, July 10, 1836
8. Alban MCCLAIN, july 10, 1836 17. R. W. BASSARERE, July 10, 1836
9. Rafael MARCUS, July 10, 1836 18. Sampson WILLIAMS, July 10, 1836
10. Jacob MICKLER, July 10, 1836; 19. Isaac SUAREZ, July 20, 1836
mounted, sorrel horse 20. James PONS, July 10, 1836









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21. Henry GEIGER, July 28, 1836 mounted, bay horse
22. Arthur MCCLUSKEY, July 20, 1836 28. Walter FURMAN, Aug. 6,1836,
23. Jos. SUMMERAL, July 10, 1836 mounted, sorrel horse
24. John C. HOUSTON, Aug. 6, 1836; 29. Henry W. MAXEY, Aug. 6, 1836,
mounted, bay mare mounted, roan mare
25. F. L. ROUX, Aug. 6, 1836, 30. James SIMMS, Aug. 6, 1836,
mounted, bay stallion mounted, sorrel horse
26. Martin WHITEMORE, Aug. 6, 1836 31. James ACKER, Aug. 6, 1836,
mounted, bay stallion mounted sorrel mare
27. Wm. H. FITZPATRICK, Aug. 6,1836,

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Lt.
Sam'1. NORTHRUP'S Detachment of the 1st Regiment Florida Militia for the
period herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the names of each
officer and soldier, are accurate and just.

Date: 6th August 1836 Sam'l. NORTHRUP
Station: St. Augustine Lt. Commanding the Company

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and that
I have between the 10th day of July 1836 and ? 6th August 1836 must-
ered into the service of the United States the above named Detachment of
Florida Militia.
R. M. KIRBY, Bt. Major 1st Arty.
Inspector and Mustering Officer
Page 58-59

Muster Roll of Capt. Lewis NORTON'S Company of the 1st Regiment, Brigade
of Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. W. J. BAILEY ordered into
service of the United States by the Secretary of War from the 22nd day of
January 1841 to the 17th day of April 1841 when discharged.

Note: Columns used were name, rank, date of arrival, date when mustered,
by whom, period; travelling, to place of rendezvous; from place of discharge
to home and remarks. All officers and soldiers arrived at the rendezvous
January 22, 1841 and mustered in the same day by Capt. S. CHURCHILL, 3rd
Arty. for 3 months with payment due from enrollment and 40 miles home.

1. Lewis NORTON, Capt.; has kept in service 1
private servant and 2 horse
2. John CAPO, 1st Lt.; has kept in service 1
private servant and 2 horses
3. Samuel C.SCOTT, 2nd Lt.; has kept in service 1
private servant and 2 horses

1. Geor. W. WILLIAMS, 1st Sergt.
2. John W. WHEATLY, Sergt.
3. Charles O'HARA, Sergt.
4. Geo. SIMMONS, Sergt.

1. Jeremiah BUTTERWORTH, Corporal
2. James CARTER, Corporal
3. Samuel DARROW, Corporal
4. Hardy POLK, Corporal










Page 58-59 cont'd

1. Henry WHITE, Bugler
2. Lewis HALL, Bugler

PRIVATES

1. ARNOLD, Samuel 33. LEFREN, Ormond
2. ARNOLD, James 34. MOTE, Jacob R.
3. ALGIERS, Albert 35. MINCER, David
4. ADAMS, William 36. MORRIS, Josephus
5. BROCK, William 37. MONKS, Christopher
6. BAKER, John 38. MIMS, Duncan
7. DAVANE, John 39. MORRIS, Thomas
8. DAVANE, William D. 40. MCDANIEL, Green
9. DOWLIN, William 41. PIPKINS, Amos
10. DENNISON, William P. 42. POLLIARD, Amos
11. EAGERTON, Charles 43. POLLIARD, Wiley
12. FISH, William 44. QUINN, Garry
13. FULFORD, Wyache 45. ROTHBRAIN, John
14. FULFORD, Gylon 46. ROBINSON, Lacy
15. FAIRCLOTH, Allen D. 47. ROBERTS, James
16. GIDDENS, Morris 48. SLADE, Stephen F.
17. GEIGER, James 49. SLADE, Elisha
18. GIDDENS, Obidiah 50. SAPP, Mark
19. GRAINGER, Samuel 51. SIMMONS, Herdyman
20. HOLLINGSWORTH, Stephen 52. STEPHENS, John
21. HOLLINGSWORTH, John 53. SLATER, William
22. HOW, Henry 54. SMITH, Jas. H.
23. HINTON, Woodward (2nd column 55. THIGPEN, Joseph
has his name as WOODWARD 56. THOMAS, William
STEPHENS) 57. STEPHENS, John
24. HERRINGTON, John 58. VICKERS, Dreway
25. HALL, Marion 59. VICKERS, William
26. HIGGINS, Jas. A. 60. VARN, Richard J.
27. HERRING, James 61. VARN, William
28. JOHNSON, Willis 62. WILLIAMS, Samuel
29. KOCH, Chas. 63. YOUNG, Wyatt
30. KELLY, Benjamin
31. LEIM, James DIED
32. LEIM, John
ROBERTS, William, drowned can't
read July at Camp Pleasant Feb. 26
I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
Lewis NORTON'S Company of the Floria Mounted Militia for the period herein
mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and sol-
dier, are accurate and just and that the recapitulation exhibits, in every
particular, the true state of the company.

Date: April 17, 1841 Lewis NORTON, Capt.
Station: Camp Pleasant, M. F. Commanding the Company









Page 58-59 cont'd

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and
that I have this 17th day of April 1841 mustered and minutely enspected
the above named company of Florida Mounted Militia who are hereby honor-
ably discharged out of the service of the United States.

S. CHURCHILL, Major 3rd Arty.
Inspector and Mustering Officer
Page 60-61

Muster Roll of Capt Lewis NORTON'S company of the 1st Regiment, Brigade
of Flor. Mount-d Militia, commanded by Col. W. S. BAILEY ordered into
service of the United States by-the Secretary of War from the 22nd day
of January 1841 to the 22nd day of April 1841.

Note: All officers and soldiers arrived January 22, 1841 and mustered in
the same day by Major S. CHURCHILL,3rd Art. for 3 months and it was 40
miles to their place of rendezvous.

1. Lewis NORTON, Capt.
2. John COPE, 1st Lt.
3. Sam'l. C. SCOTT, 2nd Lt.

1. George W. VARNNUM, 1st Sergt.
2. John WHEATLEY, Sergt.
3. Charles O'HARA, Sergt.
4. George SIMMONS, Sergt.

1. Jermiah BUTTERWORTH, Corporal
2. James CARTER, Corporal
3. Samuel DAVANE, Corporal
4. Hardy POLK, Corporal
1. Henry WHITE, Bugler
2. Lewis HALL

PRIVATES

1. ARNOLD, Samuel 18. GIDDENS, Obadiah
2. ARNOLD, James 19. GRANGER, Samuel
3. ALGIERS, Albert 20. HOLLINGSWORTH, Stephen
4. B can't read, William? 21. HOLLINGSWORTH, John
5. BROCK, William 22. HOW, Henry
6. BAKER, John 23. HINTON, Woodward
7. DAVANE, John 24. HERRINGTON, John
8. DAVANE, Wm. D. 25. HALL, Marion
9. DOWLIN, William 26. HUGGINS, Jas. H.
10. DENNISON, William F. 27. HERRING, James
11. EAGERTON, Charles 28. JOHNSON, Willis
12. FISH, William 29. KOCH, Charles
13. FULFORD, Wyche A. 30. KELLY, Benjamin
14. FULFORD, Guyton 31. LEIM, James
15. FAIRCLOTH, Allen D. 32. LEIM, John
16. GIDDENS, Morris 33. LAPUCE, (LEFREN?), Ormond
17. GIGER, James 34. MOTT, Jacob R.










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35. MINCER, David 50. SLADE, Elisha
36. MORRIS, Josephus 51. SAPP, Mark,
37. MONKS, Christopher 52. SIMMONS, Herdyman
38. MIMS, Duncan 53. STEPHENS, John
39. MORRIS, Thomas 54. SLATER, William
40. MCDANIEL, Green 55. SMITH, James H.
41. PIPKINS, Lewis 56. THIGPEN, Joseph
42. POLLIARD, Allison 57. THOMAS, William
43. POLLIARD, Wiley 58. RUMPHRIES, John
44. QUINN, Garry 59. VICKERS, Drewry
45. ROTHBRAIN, John 60. VICKERS, William
46. ROBINSON, Lacy 61. VARN, Richard J.
47. ROBERTS, James 62. VARN, William
48. ROBERTS, William 63. WILLIAMS, Samuel
49. SLADE, Stephen H. 64. YOUNG, Wyett

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

Date: January 22, 1841 Lewis NORTON, Capt.
Station: Camp R. GAMBLE, M. F. Commanding the Company

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and
that I have this 22nd day of January 1841 mustered and minutely inspected
the above named company of Florida Mounted Militia into the service of
the United States for the term of 3 months.

S. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3rd Art.
Inspector and Mustering Officer
Page 62-63

Muster Roll of Capt. Alfred OLIVER'S company of the ist Regiment, Brigade
of Florida Mounted Militia commanded by Col. W. J. BAYLEY ordered into ser-
vice of the United States by Bt. Brig. Gen'l. W. K. ARMISTEAD from the 4th
day of August 1840 to the 5th day of November 1840 when discharged.

Note. Columns used were: name rank, date of arrival, when mustered in,
by whom, period, last paid; travelling to place of rendezvous, miles from
place of dishcarge home and remarks. All officers and soldiers arrived
March 18, 1840 and mustered August 4, 1840, unless otherwise shown, and
8 miles to place of rendezvous and 40 miles from place of discharge home.
Payment due from enrollment. Major FAUNTLEROY was the mustering officer.

1. Alfred OLIVER, Capt.
2. Cornelius BARNS, 1st Lt.
3. Kinchen SANDERS, 2nd Lt.










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1. John MANNING, 1st Sergt.
2. John MCLEAN, Sergt.
3. Robert SANDERS, Sergt.
4. William MANNING, Sergt.
1. Hinton SANDERS, Corp'l.,
sick at Centerville ?
from Sept. 15 (25?)
2. Benjamin T. HOGAN, Corp'l.
3. Elijah LEVENS, Corp'l.
4. John ARRINGTON, Corp'l.

PRIVATES

1. AIKENS, Moses 34. HAGEN, Laurence, Aug. 4
2. BATES, Charles 35. HAWKINS, William
3. BARNES, Peter 36. HAGEN, Stephen
4. BRUMBLE, William 37. IRWIN, John
5. BEZEAN, Thesalus 38. KETTLEBAND, D. E.
6. BUCK, Wherry 39. KINSEY, Elijah, Aug. 4
7. BARNEY, Carroll 40. LAURENCE, Adam
8. BARNARD, Julius, Mar. 15 41. LAVENDER, Littleton
9. BARNES, James, Mar. 15 42. MCGEIGEN, Thomas
10. CHASON, Jacob, Mar. 15 43. OLIVER, William
11. CAMPBELL, Michael B., Mar. 15 44. PIERCE, John
12. CONNEL, John G., Mar. 15 45. PICKET, James
13. CONNEL, David G., Mar. 15 46. ROBERTS, Hiram
14. COLLINS, John, Mar. 15 47. ROGERS, William
15. DILLING, Thomas, Mar. 24 48. STRINGER, Smith
16. DOYLE, Michael, Mar. 24 49. SWAIM, C. W. T.
17. DIVOSE, Robert 50. SWEETMAN, George
18. DICKSON, Stephen 51. SMITH, Otis
19. DICKSON, Samuel 52. SPARKMAN, Henry
20. ELKINS, George 53. SWAIM, Sherrod
21. EDENFIELD, John 54. TYSON, Rease
22. FLOYD, George 55. THOMAS, Polk W.
23. FAIRBANKS, Otis 56. UMPHREY, Matthew
24. GRISSET, J. T. 57. WILLIAMS, Joseph
25. GEDDIE, James 58. WILLIAMS, Joseph
26. GREY, Henry W., Aug. 4 59. WATSON, Henry
27. GRISSET, Arthur 60. WATSON, John
28. GOODCHILD, Edward 61. WILLIAMS, James
29. HALE, James 62. WHITEHOUSE, Elisha, killed in
30. HORN, Joshua a personal affray at Talla-
31. HORN, Daniel hassee Sept. 29
32. HERRING, John
33. HERROD, Charles

RECORD OF EVENTS

To Brigadier Gen'l. ARMISTEAD ? Florida, Hd. Qrs. of the Army,
Washington City, May 5, 1840










Page 62-63 cont'd

In mustering this force into service, you will instruct the mustering of-
ficer to include in the muster, the militia now in the service of the
Teritery. (as spelled) from the date they entered it and to muster out of
service such of them as may wish to ?

A true extract J. MACOMB, Maj. Gen'l.
S. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3rd Art. Commander-in-chief

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
Alfred OLIVER'S company of the Florida Mounted Militia for the period
herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer
and soldier, are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation exhibits,
in every particular, the true state of the above named company.

Date: November 5, 1840 Alfred OLIVER, Capt.
Station: Tallahassee, M. F. Commanding the Company

I certify on honor that I have careful examined this Muster Roll, and
that I have this 5th day of No.v 1840 mustered and minutely inspected the
above named named company of Florida Mounted Militia who are hereby
honorably discharged from the. service of the United States.

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

At the bottom of the page was the following: As the requisition for sub-
sistence- and forage for the time of Territorial ? (prior to the muster
of August) were in a mustered state and those activies expected to be rec'd.
in kind from the Ter'l. Agents that ? not of the time was not on this
muster ? of discharge and for balances of subsistences and forage due,
and the Captain ? must therefore authenicate the balances of any
for that time by Certificate or oath at the payment for that __

S. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3rd Art.
Page 64-65

Muster Roll of Capt. Alfred OLIVER'S company of the 1st Regiment of Florida
Mounted Militia commanded by Col. BAYLEY ordered into service of the United
States by Bt. Brig. Gen'l. W. K. ARMISTEAD from the 4th day of August 1840
to the 4th day of Nov. 1840.

Note: All officers and soldiers. arrived at -the place of rendezvous Mar. 18,
unless otherwise stated, mustered in Aug. 4, 1840 by Maj'. FAUNTLEROY, 2nd
Dragoons for 3 months. It was 8 miles to the place of rendezvous.

1. Alfred OLIVER, Capt.
2. Cornelius BARNES, 1st Lt.
3. Kinchen SANDERS, 2nd Lt.
1. John MANNING, 1st Sergt..
2. John MCLEAN, Sergt.; on duty at Camp Oliver in
charge of guards









Page 64-65 cont'd

3. Robert LAVENDER, Sergt.
4. William MANNING, Sergt.
1. Hinton SANDERS, Corporal
2. Benjamin T. HAGAN, Corporal
3. Elijah LEVANS, Corporal
4. John COVINGTON, Corporal

PRIVATES

1. AIKENS, Moses 37. HAGAN, Stephen D.
2. BATES, Charles 38. IRWIN, John
3. BARNOE, Peter 39. KETTLEBAND, D. E.
4. BRUMBLE, William 40. KINSEY, Elijah, Aug. 4, on
5. BEZEAU, Thesalaus duty at Camp Tologia as
6. BUCK, Wherry one of the guards
7. BRADY, Charles 41. LAURENCE, Adam
8. BARNEY, Carrol 42. LAVENDER, Littleton
9. BARNARD, Julius 43. MCGEIGER,..Thomas
10. BARNES, James 44. OLIVER, William
11. CHASON, Jacob 45. PIERCE, John on duty at Camp
12. CAMPBELL, Michael, on duty at Oliver as one of the guards
Camp Volusia as one of theguards 46. PICKET, Francis on duty at
13. CONNEL, John G. Flat Creek as one of the
14. CONNEL, David G. guards
15. COLLINS, John 47. ROBERTS, Hiram
16. DILLING, Thomas, Mar. 24 48. ROGERS, William
17. DOYLE, Michael, Mar. 24 49. STRINGER, Smith
18. DIVOSE, Robert 50. SWAIM, C. W. T.
19. DICKSON, Stephen 51. SWEETMAN, George, absent sick
20. DICKSON, Samuel at Camp Tologia
21. ELKINS, George 52. SMITH, Otis on duty at Flat
22. EDENFIELD, John Creek as one of the guards
23. FLOYD, George 53. SPARKMAN, Henry
24. FAIRBANKS, Otis 54. SWAIM, Sherrod on duty at
25. GRISSETT, J. G. Camp Tologia
26. GEDDIE, James 55. TYSON, Rease
27. GRAY,Henry W., Aug. 4 56. THOMAS, Patrick M on duty at
28. GRISSETT, Arthur Flat Creek as one of the
29. GOODCHILD, Edward guards
30. HALE, James 57. UMPHREY, Matthew
31. HORN, Joshua J. 58. WILLIAMS, Joseph
32. HORN, Daniel 59. WILLIAMS, John
33. HERRING, John 60. WATSON, Henry on duty at Camp
34. HERROD, Charles Oliver as one of the guards
35. HAGAN, Lawrence, Aug. 4 61. WATSON, John
36. HAWKINS, William 62. WILLIAMS, James
63. WHITEHOUSE, Elisha
RECORD OF EVENTS
Extract Head Quarters, Washington City
May 5, 1840
In mustering.this force into the service, you will instruct the mustering
officer to include in the muster, the militia now in the service of the Ter-
ritory from the date they entered it and to muster out such as may wish to
retire.










Page 64-65 cont'd

I am very respectfully in yr. obt. Servt.
Alexander MACOMB, Maj. Gen'l.
Commander-in-chief

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

Date: 4th August 1840 Alfred OLIVER, Capt.
Station: Quincy Commanding the company

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and that
I have this 4th day of August 1840 mustered into the service of the United
States the above named company of the 1st Regiment Mounted Florida Militia
for the period of 3 months from the above mentioned date unless sooner dis-
charged.
M. FAUNTLEROY
Major 2nd Dragoons
Page 66-67

Muster Roll of Capt. Alfred OLIVER'S company of the 1st Regiment, Florida
Brig. of Mounted Militia commanded by Col. W. J. BAILEY ordered into service
of the United States by the Secretary of War from 3 December 1840 to the 3rd
day of March 1841.

Note: All officers and soldiers arrived at the place of rendezvous Dec. 3,
1840 and mustered the same day by Capt. J. C. CASEY, U. S. A. and it was 25
miles to the place of rendezvous for all.

1. Alfred OLIVER, Capt.
1. Kinchen SAUNDERS, 1st Lt.
2. William RODGERS, 2nd Lt.

1. Jno. J. D. CASH, 1st Sergt.
2. Daniel TOWNSEND, 2nd Sergt.
3. Otis FAIRBANKS, 3rd Sergt.
4. William SAUNDERS, 4th Sergt.

1. John TURNER, Corporal
2. John COVINGTON, Corporal
3. John TUCKER, Corporal
4. John EDENFIELD, Corporal
1. J. D. CARGILL, Musician
2. William HAWKINS, Musician











Page 66-67 cont'd

PRIVATES

1. AIKENS, Moses 33. HALL, David
2. ABBOTT, James 34. JONES, William
3. BARNOE, Peter 35. IMMANUEL, David
4. BARBAREE, Stanzel 36. KING, John W.
5. BATES, Charles 37. LEE, Amos
6. BELL, Henry 38. LAMB, Edward
7. BERNARD, Julius 39. MCLEAN, John
8. CAMPBELL, C. T. 40. LANDON, David
9. CARROLL, Barney 41. MCLEAN, John L.
10. CHEW, John B. 42. MCGEIGER, Thomas
11. COLLIER, Thomas 43. MERRITT, Alexander
12. CONNER, John 44. MATTHEWS, Duncan
13. CONNELL, Wm. D. 45. MARTIN, John S. (J.?)
14. COX, James 46. OLIVER, William
15. DICKSON, Samuel 47. OLIVER, Phasa
16. DILLON, Thomas 48. MCPHAIL, Archibald
17. DOYLE, Michael 49. PICKETT, Francis
18. ELKINS, George 50. PORTERVANE, James
19. FUSSELL, John 51. RODGERS, Jessee
20. GIDDINS, Benj. 52. RA LEY, H.? G.
21. GRIMES, Steven 53. SHERRILL, James
22. GOODCHILD, Edward 54. STEWART, Solomon M.
23. GRAY, Henry W. 55. STELYNER, John E.
24. GILBERT, Henry 56. TYSON, Rhesa
25. GRISSETT, Arthur 57. VAUGHT, William
26. GEDDIE, Daniel 58. VANZANT, William
27. GEDDIE, James 59. WATSON, William H.
28. HOLT, Thomas 60. WHIGHAM, Andrew
29. HERRING, John 61 WOOD, John J.
30. HAGAN, Lawrence 62. WEATHERS, Jenkins
31. HAGGER, John 63. WILLIAMS, John
32. HOLDER, Jefferson

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
OLIVER'S company of the Moun ted Militia for the period herein mentioned;
that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and soldier, are
accurate and just, and that the recapitulation exhibits, in every parti-
cular, the true state of the company.

Date: 3 December 1840 Alfred OLIVER, Capt.
Station: Camp Oliver on Okloknee Commanding the company
River
I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and that
I have this 3rd day of December 1840 mustered and minutely inspected the
above named company of Col. BAILEY'S Regiment Florida Mounted Militia.

Jno. C. CASEY, Capt.
Reja.? & Inspector & Mustering
Officer









Page 68-69

Muster Roll of Capt. Alfred OLIVER'S company of the 1st Regiment, Brigade
of Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. W. J. BAILEY ordered into
service of the United States by the Secretary of War from the 3rd day of
December 1840 to the 13th day of March 1841 when discharged.

Note: Officers and soldiers arrived at the place of rendezvous Dec. 3,
1840 and were mustered the same day by Capt. J. C. CASEY for 3 months
payment due from enrollment. Number of miles to the place of rendzvous
was 25 miles and no miles home from place of discharge and remarks.

1. Alfred OLIVER, Capt., has kept in service private
servant and 2 horses
2. Kinchen SAUNDERS, 1st Lt., has kept in service
private servant and 2 horses
3. William ROGERS, 2nd Lt., has kept in service pri-
vate servant and 2 horses

1. John S. CASH, 1st Sergt.
2. Daniel TOWNSEND, Sergt.
3. Otis FAIRBANKS, Sergt.
4. William SAUNDERS, Sergt.

1. John TURNER, Corporal
2. John COVINGTON, Corporal
3. John TUCKER, Corporal
4. John EDENFIELD, Corporal
1. J. D. CARGILL, Bugler
2. William HAWKINS, Bugler

PRIVATES

1. AIKENS,, on command at Camp 21. GRIMES, Stephen
Oliver from Mar. 7 22. GOODCHILD, Edward
2. ABBOTT, James 23. GRAY, Henry W.
3. BARNOE, Peter 24. GILBERT, Henry
4. BARBAREE, Stanzel 25. GRISSETT, Arthur
5. BATES, Charles 26. GEDDIE, Daniel
6. BELL, Henry 27. GEDDIE, James
7. BARNARD, Julius 28. HOLT, Thomas
8. CAMPBELL, C. T. 29. HERRING, John
9. CARROLL, Barney 30. HAGUE, Lawrence
10. CHEW, John B. 31. HAGGER, John
11. COLLIER, Thomas 32. HOLDER, Jefferson
12. CONNER, John 33. HALL, David
13. CONNELL, William 0. 34. JONES, William
14. COX, James 35. IMMANUEL, David
15. DICKSON, Samuel 36. KING, John W., on command at
16. DILLON, Thomas Camp Oliver.from Mar. 7
17. DOYLE, Michael 37. LEE, Amos
18. ELKINS, George 38. LAMB, Edward
19. FUSSELL, John 39. MCLEAN, John
20. GIDDEONS, Benj. 40. LANDON, David









Page 68-69 cont'd

41. MCLEAN, John L. 52. ROBERTS, W. G.
42. MCGUIGER, Thos. (also 53. SHERRILL, James
spelled MCGEIGER) 54. STEWART, Solomon M., on command
43. MERRITT, Alex'r., on command at Camp Oliver
at Camp Oliver from Mar. 7 55. STELYNER, John E.
44. MATTHEWS, Duncan 56. TYSON, Rhesa
45. MARTIN, John J. 57. VAUGHT, William
46. OLIVER, William 58. VANZANT, William, sick at Fort
47. OLIVER, Rhesa (can't read Jackson from Mar. 7
probably "on command at; 59. WATSON, William H.
Camp Oliver from Mar. 7 60. WHIGHAM, Andrew
48. MCPHAIL, Arch:'d. 61. WOOD, John J.
49. PICKET, Francis 62. WEATHERS, Jenkins
50. PORTERVANE, James 63. WILLIAMS, John
51. ROGERS, Jessee

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
Alfree OLIVER'S company of the Florida Mounted Militia for the period here-
in mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and
soldier, are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation exhibits, in
every particular, the true state of the company.

Date: March 13, 1841 Alfred OLIVER, Capt.
Station: Charles Ferry, E. F. Commanding the company

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and
that I have this 13th day of March 1841 mustered and minutely inspected
the above named company of Flor. Mounted Militia who are hereby honorably
discharged from the service of the United States.

S. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3rd Art.
Inspector and Mustering Officer
Page 70-71

Muster Roll of Capt. Alfred OLIVER's company of the 1st Regiment, Brigade
of Flor. Mounted Militia commanded by Col. W. J. BAILEY ordered into ser-
vice of the United States by the Secretary of War from the 14th day of March
1841 to the 20th day of April 1841 when discharged.

Note: Columns used were: name, rank, date of arrival at rendezvous, when
mustered, by whom, period, last paid, travelling, no. of miles to place of
rendezvous, no. of miles from place of discharge home and remarks. All
officers and soldiers arrived at the rendezvous March 14, 1841 and mustered
thesame day by Maj. S. CHURCHILL, 3rd Art. for 3 months with payment due
from enrollment.

1. Alfred OLIVER, Capt.; has kept in service a pri-
vate servant and 2 horses; 0 miles home
2. Kinchen SAUNDERS, 1st Lt.; has kept in service a pri-
vate servant and 2 horses; 30 miles home
3. Arch'd. MCPHAIL, 2nd Lt.; has kept in service a private
servant and 2 horses; 40 miles home









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1. Henry BATES, 1st Sergt., 30 miles home
2. John TUCKER, Sergt.; 20 miles home
3. William OLIVER, Sergt.; 20 miles
4. William JONES, Sergt.; 30 miles home

1. N. G. RALEIGH, Corporal; 20 miles
2. Vincent TANNER, Corporal; 20 miles
3. John BARNOE, Corporal; 30 miles home
.4. Henry W. GRAY, Corporal; 30 miles home

1. Benjamin HAWKINS, Bugler; 20 miles home
2. David HALL, Bugler; 20 miles home

PRIVATES

1. ALLEN, Thomas; 100 miles to ren- 33. HARRISON, W. A.; 20 miles home
dezvous, 20 miles home 34. HOWELL, John; 20 miles home;
2. ABBOTT, James; 30 miles home .absent w/leave of Capt. from
3. AIKENS, Moses L.; 20 miles home April 15
4. BARKER, John; can't read 35. HAGEN, Lawrence; 20 miles home
5. BARBER, Stanzell; 30 miles home 36. HERRING, John; 20 miles home
6. BRADBURY, Wilson; 100 miles to 37. HOLDER, Jefferson; 20 miles home
rendezvous, 30 miles home 38. IRVIN, John; 100 miles to rende-
7. BARNOE, Julius; 30 miles home zvpus, 20 miles home
8. BRYANT, Benj. H.; 20 miles home 39. KEE, Laurence; ?
9. CARROLL, Barney; 20 miles home 40. LANDON, David; 100 miles to ren-
10. CASH, James; 20 miles home dezvous, 30 miles home; absent
11. COS, James; 20 miles home w/leave of Capt. from April 15
12. COLLIER, Thomas; 30 miles home 41. LEE, Allen; 30 miles home
13. CONNER, John; 30 miles home 42. LEE, Amos; 96 miles to rendez-
14. COVINGTON, John J.; 30 miles home vous, 30 miles home
15. CAMPBELL, M. T.; 30 miles home 43. LEE, James M.; 30 miles home
16. CARGILL, C. D.; 20 miles home 44. MATTHEWS, Duncan; 20 miles home
17. DILLING, Thomas; 30 miles home 45. MARTIN, John J.; 20 miles home
18. DOYL, Michael; 30 miles home 46. MCLEAN, John L.
19. EDENFIELD, John; 30 miles home 47. MCLEAN, John
20. ELKINS, George; 30 miles home 48. MOTT, Francis
21. FAIRBANKS, Otis; 30 miles home 49. PHILIPS, Henry
22. FUSSELL, John; 30 miles home 50. PORTERVANE, James
23. GIDDENS, Benjamin; 30 miles home 51. ROGERS, William
24. GINWRIGHT, Jessee; 100 miles to 52. RO ?, Thos.; 20 miles home
rendezvous, 30 miles home 53. ROGERS, William; 20 miles home
25. GRIMES, Stephen; 30 miles home 54. ?, William; 30 miles
26. GRISSETT, Arthur; 30 miles home 55. ?, William; 96 miles
27. GRISSETT, J. G.; 20 miles home to rendezvous; 30 miles home
28. GEDDIE, James; 30 miles home 56. TURNER, John; 20 miles home
29. GEDDIE, Daniel; 20 miles home 57. TYSON, Ruda
30. GOLDING, William; 88 miles to 58. VAUGHT, William
rendezvous, 20 miles home 59. WATSON, William H.; absent
31. GOODCHILD, Edward; 20 miles home That ? from April 10
32. HARRIS, Andrew; 96 miles to ren- 60. WHIGHAM, Asa; 30 miles home
dezvous, ? home; sick at 61. WHIGHAM, Andrew; 30 miles home
E ? from April 12 62. WEETHAUS, Julius; 30 miles home









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63. WILLIAMS, John; 20 miles home 64. WOOD, John J.; 20 miles home

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

Date:. April 20, 1841 Alfred OLIVER, Capt.
Station: Tallahassee, M. F. Commanding the company

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and
that I have this 20th day of April 1841 mustered and minutely inspected
the above named company of Flor. Mounted Militia are hereby honorably
discharged from the service of the United States.

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

Page 72-73

Muster Roll of Capt. Alfred OLIVER'S company of the 1st Regiment of Flor.
Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. W. J. BAILEY ordered into service of
the United States by the Secretary of War from the 14th day of March 1841
to the 14th day of April 1841.

Note: Officers and soldiers arrived at the rendezvous March 14, 1841 and
were mustered the same day by Maj. S. CHURCHILL for 3 months; the men tra-
veled no miles to the rendezvous, except where noted.

1. Alfred OLIVER, Capt. 1. Henry BATES, 1st Sergt.
2. Kinchen SAUNDERS, 1st Lt. 2. John TUCKER, Sergt.
3. Archi'd. MCPHAIL, 2nd Lt. 3. William OLIVER, Sergt.
4. William JONES, Sergt.

1. N. G. RALEIGH, Corp'l. 3. Peter BARNOE, Corp'l.
2. Vincent TANNER, Corp'l. 4. Henry W. GRAY, Corp'l.

1. William HOLDER, Bugler 2. David HALL, Bugler

PRIVATES

1. ALLEN, Thoas. (also shown 11. COX, James
as Thomas), 100 miles 12. COLLINS, Thos. (also shown Thomas)
2. ABBOTT, James 13. CONNER, John
3. AIKENS, Moses S. 14. COVINGTON, John J.
4. BARKER, John 15. CAMPBELL, M. T.
5. BARBER, Stansell 16. CARGILL, C. D.
6. BRADLEY, Wilson 17. DILLING, Thos. (also shown Thomas)
7. BERNARD, Julius 18. DOYL, Michael
8. BRYANT, Benj. H. 19. EDENFIELD, John
9. CARROLL, Barney 20. ELKINS, George
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22. FUSSELL, John 43. LEE, James J.
23. GIDDENS, Benj'n. 44. MATTHEWS, Duncan
24. GINWRIGHT, Jessee; 100 miles 45. MARTIN, John J.
25. GRIMES, Stephen 46. MCLEAN, John ?
26. GRISSETT, Arthur 47. MCLEAN, John D.
27. GRISSETT, J. G. 48. MCGEIGER, Thomas
28. GEDDIE, James 49. PICKETT, Francis
29. GEDDIE, Daniel; 88 miles 50. PHILLIPS, Henry; 100 miles
30. GOLDING, William 51. PORTERVANE, James
31 GOODCHILD, Edward; 90 52. ROOKE I.?, Amos
miles .53. ROGERS, William; 100 miles
32. HARRIS, Andrew 54. can't read William
33. HARRISON, W. A. 55. ___ ___? can't read
34. HARRELL, John 56. TURNER, John
35 HAGER, Lawrence 57. TYSON,.Reese
36. HERRING, John 58. VAUGHT, William
37. HOLDER, Jefferson 59. WATSON, William H.
38. IRVINE, John 60. WHIGHAM, Asa
39. KEE, Lawrence; 100 miles 61 WHIGHAM, Andrew
40. LANDON, David 62. WEATHERS, Jenkins
41. LEE, Allen; 100 miles 63. WILLIAMS, John
42. LEE, Amos 64. WOOOD, John

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
Alfred OLIVER'S company of the Flor. Mounted Militia for the period here-
in mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and
soldier, are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation exhibits, in
every particular, the true state of the company.

Date: March 14, 1841 Alfred OLIVER, Capt.
Station: Charles Ferry, E.F. Commanding the company

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and
that I have this 14th day of March 1841 mustered and minutely inspected
the above named company of Florida Mounted Militia into the service of
the United States for the term of 3 months.

S. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3rd Art.
Inspector and Mustering Officer
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Muster Roll of Capt. John PADGETT'S company of Florida Militia from the
1st day of October 1838 when mustered into service ? 31st day
of October ? mustered out of service.

Note: The top of this muster roll was badly torn. All men arrived at
general rendezvous Oct. 1 and enrolled at Aspilago by Maj. T. NOEL for
31 days; mustered 31st Oct. 1841 at Aspilago by Maj. T. NOEL.

1. John PADGITT, Capt.
1. John W. DAVISON, 1st Lt.
1. Bryant TAPPE, 2nd Lt.










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1. Asbury BURK, 1st Sergt.
2. Charles SIMS, 2nd Sergt.
3. Ranson FOLSOM, 3rd Sergt.
4. Jacob J. PORTER, 4th Sergt.

1. Jonathan JONES, Jr., 1st Corporal
2. Armistead S. REVIEN?, 2nd Corporal
3. John J. MCRAY, 3rd Corporal
4. Barnwill W. ONEIL, 4th Corporal

PRIVATES

1. BURNS, Anthony 28. PARAMORE, William
2. BURNS, John 29. PARKEY, Aleander
3. BOWERS, Wm. H. 30. PEEL, Jacob
4. BLANCHARD, Robert 31. PLIDE, A. K.
5. BARROWN, Archibald 32. RICE, J. C.
6. CALLWAY, B. Fair 33. ROOK, Thomas
7. CARROWAY, Charles 34. RICHARDS, W. H.
8. CANDDY, R. J. 35. RED, John
9. DAILQY, Hugh 36. STAFFORD, J. B.
10. DANIEL, Moses 37. SKEPPA, Allen
11. DWANGHN W. T. 38. SIMS, Thomas
12. ENGLISH, John 39. SIMS, Jesse
13. EVANS, James 40. STEWART, Darling
14. FUQUAY, James 41. SYKES, William
15. HOVEY, James 42. SYKES, John
16. HUDSON, Run 43. SESSIONS, Jos. H.
17. HOWARD, Charles 44. TAYLOR, Lewis
18. MCDANIEL, John 45. TAYLOR, Robert J.
19. MORRIS, Sion 46. TAYLOR, Owen
20. MCNAIR, John 47. VICKERY, Henry
21. MEARS, Levi 48. WILLIAMS, David
22. MCCORMICK, Wm. 49. WILLIAMS, Frederick
23. MARLIN, Reuben 50. WHIGHAM, A. P.
24. OWEN, Samuel 51. WHISHARD, Hardy
25. OWEN, John 52. WYNNS, W. B.
26. OWEN, Thomas 53. WHITEFIELD, B. R.
27. PROCISE, Peter 54. WOODALL, James D.

I certify that this Muster Roll is correct. Mustered at Aspilago,
Appolachicola River, Fla. this 31st day of October 1838.

Thos. NOEL, Maj. U. S. A.










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Muster Roll of Capt. John PARKER'S company of late 1st Lt. William H.
WHITAKER'S Detachment of Florida Mounted Volunteers, commanded by Capt.
John PARKER called into service of the State of Florida by His Excel-
lency, James C. BROOME, Governor, under his order of the 15th August
1856 at Manatee, (the place of general rendezvous) on the 7th day of
October k856, to serve for the term of 6 months from the date of enroll-
ment, unless sooner discharged; from the 7th day of October 1856 (when
mustered in) to the 17th day of December 1856, when muster out. The
company was organized by 1st Lt. William H. WHITAKER and Capt. John
PARKER at Manatee, in the month of October 1856, and marched thence to
Tampa, where it arrived the 15th of December 1856, a distance of 50 miles
and was mustered and discharged at Tampa on the 17th day of Dec. 1856.

Note: Columns used for this Muster Roll were: No., name, rank; enrolled
at general rendezvous, when, where, by whom, payment period; mustered into
service when, where, by whom and payment period; travelling, to place of
rendezvous no. of miles, no. of miles from place of discharge to home and
remarks.

1. John PARKER, Capt., Nov. 18, 1856 at Manatee by William
H. WHITAKER for 6 months; mustered in Oct. 17 by Jesse
CARTER, Special Agent at Manatee; 50 miles to rendezvous,
50 miles home from place of discharge
1. William H. WHITAKER, 1st Lt. Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by
William H. WHITAKER, for 6 mos; mustered in Oct. 7 at
Manatee by Jesse CARTER, Special Agt., payment due from
enrollment; 50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles home from
place of discharge
2. German H. WYATT, 2nd Lt.Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William
H. WHITAKER AND John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered in
Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by Jesse CARTER, Special Agent
with payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to rendezvous,
50 miles from place of discharge home
1. David TOWNSEND, 1st Sergt., Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by
William H. WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos. at Manatee
by Jesse CARTER, Special Agent, payment due from enrollment;
50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles home from pace of discharge
2. Joseph WOODRUFF, 2nd Sergt., Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William
H. WHITAKER and John PARKER,240 miles; mustered in Oct. 7 at
Manatee by Jesse CARTER, payment due from enrollment; 50 miles
from place of discharge-home '
3. William RAULERSON, 3rd Sergt., Oct. 20, 1856 at Tampa by William
H. WHITAKER & John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered Dec. 2 at Tampa
by Jesse CARTER, Special AGent; payment due from enrollment;
240 miles to rendezvous; appointed Corporal Nov. 18, 1856;
age 27
1. Ezekiel GLAZIER, 1st Corp'l., Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William
H. WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.mustered same day by
Jesse CARTER, Special Agent at Manatee; payment due from en-
enrollment; 50 miles to rendezvous and 50 miles from place of
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2. William A. L. RAWLS, 2nd Corp'l., Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by
William H. WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos. at Manatee
by Jesse CARTER. Special Agent; pay due from enrollment;
50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge
home
3. William VANDERIPE, 3rd Corp'l., Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by
William WHITAKER and John PARKHILL for 6 mos.; mustered
same day and place by Jesse CARTER, Spe. Agt.; paymnet
due from enrollment; 50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from
place of discharge home
1. John ADDISON, Bugler, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H.
WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and
place by Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; pay due from enrollment;
50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge
home
1. James CONLEFF, Farrior; Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H.
WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and
place by Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enroll-
ment; 50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of dis-
charge home

PRIVATES

1. ADDISON, John A. Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER and
John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jesse CARTER,
Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to rendezvous, 50
miles from place of discharge home
2. ADDISON, William H., Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER
and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jesse
CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to rendez-
:vbus, 50 miles fromplace.of discharge home
3. ADDISON, Joel J., age 23, Dec. 2, 1856 at Tampa by William H. WHITAKER
and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jesse CARTER
spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to rendezvous, 50
miles from place of discharge home
4. BARROW, Reuben T., age 26, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H.
WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place;
payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from
place of discharge home
5. BEGGS, John A., Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER and
John Parker for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jesse CARTER,
Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to rendezvous, 50
miles from place of discharge home
6. BEASLEY, Isaiah, age 19; Oct.21, 1856 at Tampa by William H. WHITAKER
and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered Dec. 2, 1856 at Tampa by Jesse
CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 240 miles to rendez-
vous ?; mounted in Alligator, Fla. Oct. 20,1856
7. BRINKLEY, Nathan G., age 23, Oct. 21, 1856 at Tampa by William H.
WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered Dec. 2, 1856 at Tampa
by Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 200 miles
to rendezvous, ?; mounted in Fort Clarke, Fla. Oct. 20, 1856










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8. BOYET, Henry, age 21, Oct. 21, 1856 at Tampa by William H.
WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered Dec. 2, 1856 at
Tampa by Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment;
280 miles to rendezvous, ?; mounted in Madison, Fla. Oct. 20,
1856
9. CAMPBELL, James R., age 22, Oct. 21, 1856 at Tampa by William H.
WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered Dec. 2, 1856 at
Tampa by Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment;
mounted in Madison, Fla. Oct. 20, 1856
10. COLLINS, George W., age 29, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William
H. WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and
place by Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment;
50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home
11. COCHRAN, Aran ? C., Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER
and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jesse
CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to
rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home
12. COO ?, __ ?, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER
and John PARKER, for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jesse
CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to
rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge
13. DRIGGERS, Mathew, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER
and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jesse
CARTER; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to rendezvous, 50
miles from place of discharge home
14. DRIGGERS, Henry W., age 19, Oct. 20, 1856 at Tampa.by William H.
WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.;Dec. 2, 1856 at Tampa
by Jesse CARTER; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to rendez-
vous, 50 miles from place of discharge home
15. GATES, Josiah, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER and
John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jesse
CARTER, Spec. Agt.; 50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place
of discharge home
16. GARRON ?, Michael, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER
and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jesse
CARTER, Spec. Agt.; 50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place
of discharge home
17. GILLEY, William, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER
and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jesse
CARTER, Spec. Agt.,.50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place
of discharge home; payment due from enrollment
18. GIBSON, Jesse, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER and
John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jesse
CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to
rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home
19. GARBET, Rudolph, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER
and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jesse
CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to
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20. GODARA, Asa, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER and
John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jesse
CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to
rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home
21. GREEN, James D., Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER
and John PARKER for 6 mos; mustered same day and place by
Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50
miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home
22. GLAZIER, James A., Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER
and John PARKER, for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by
Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles
from place of discharge home
23. HAWKINS, Daniel, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER
and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by
Jess CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles
to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home
24. HARRISON, William H., Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H.
WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and
place by Jess CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment;
50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home
25. HEWET, Edward G., age 24; Oct. 20, 1856 at Manatee by William H.
WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; Dec. 2, 1856 at Tampa by
Jess CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 280 miles
to rendezvous; mounted in Madison, Fla. Oct. 20, 1856
26. HOOKER, Stephen, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER
and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by
Jess CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles
to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home
27. JOHNSTON, William H., Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H.
WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos; mustered same day and
place by Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment;
50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home
28. JOHNSTON, Levin P., age 25, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William
H. WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and
place by Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment
50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home
29. LEE, Edward, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER and
John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jess
CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to
rendezvous, 50 miles from place of''discharge home
30. MARR, Edward, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER
and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by
Jess CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50
miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home
31. MINK, John C., Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER
and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by
Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50
miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home
32. MCLEAN, John L., Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER
and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by
Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50
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33. OGLESBY, Benjamin, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H.
WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos. mustered same day and
place by Jess CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enroll-
ment; 50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge
home
34. OGLESBY, George, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER
and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by
Jess CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles
to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home
35. PLATT, William C., Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER
and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by
Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles
to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home
36. PLATT, Lewis B., Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER
and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jesse
CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to
rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home
37. PLATT, John, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER and
John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by Jesse
CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to
rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home
38. PORTER, James A., age 22, Oct. 20,1856 at Manatee by William H.
WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.;Dec. 2, 1856 at Tampa.
place by Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment;
240 miles to rendezvous, ? miles from place-of discharge:
home;, mounted in Madison, Fla. ..Oct.h20, 1856
39. READ, David D., Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER
and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by
Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles
to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home
40. SMITH, Isaiah, age 37, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H.
WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and
place by Jess CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment;
50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home
41. TISON, George, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER
and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by
Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50
miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home
42. TUCKER, William J., age 18, Oct. 20, 1856 at Manatee by
William H. WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered
Dec. 2, 1856 at Tampa by Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment
due from enrollment; 240 miles to rendezvous, ? miles;
mounted in Alligator, Fla. Oct. 20, 1856
43. VANDERIPE, James, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER
and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place; 50
miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home
44. WILLIAMS, Joseph H., Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHIT-
AKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place
by Jesse CARTER, Spec. Ag.; payment due from enrollment; 50
miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home










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45. WILLIAMS, James G., Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H.
WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and
place by Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enroll-
ment; 50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of dishcarge
home
46. WILLINGHAM, William, Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHIT-
AKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place
by Jesse CARTER; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles to ren-
devous, 50 miles from place of discharge home
47. WILLINGHAM, William N.-,Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H.
WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and
place by Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enroll-
ment; 50 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge
home
48. WILKINSON, Neil, age 24, Oct. 20, 1856 at Manatee by William H.
WHITAKER and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered Dec. 2, 1856 at
Tampa by Jesse CARTER, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment;
240 miles to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home;
mounted in Alligator,. Fla. Oct. 20, 1856
49. WYATT, William N., Oct. 7, 1856 at Manatee by William H. WHITAKER
and John PARKER for 6 mos.; mustered same day and place by
Jesse Carter, Spec. Agt.; payment due from enrollment; 50 miles
to rendezvous, 50 miles from place of discharge home
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I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
John PARKER'S company late 1st Lt. William H. WHITAKER'S Detachment of
Florida Mounted Volunteers for the period herein mentioned; that each man
answers to his own proper name in person; that the remarks set opposite
the name of each officer and soldier, are accurate and just and that the
valuation of all horses and horse equipment since the muster into the
service, was made by disinterested and good judges, and at fair rates.

WM. H. WHITAKER
1st Leiutenet Commanding the Company
I certify on honor, that I have at Tampa on this 17th day of Dec. 1856,
carefully examined this Roll, and as far as practicable caused the allow-
ances, stoppages and remarks to be justly and properly stated; and muster-
ed the company for discharge; and it is hereby honorably discharged from
the service of the State of Florida.

(Date: Dec. 17th 1856
Muster(Station: Manatee (mustered out at Tampa









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Muster Roll of Capt. John PARKHILL'S comapny in the 1st Regiment of Mounted
Florida Volunteers, commanded by Col. Samuel H. G. ROGERS called into the
service of the United States by the President under the act of Congress ap-
proved May 13, 1846 from the 29th day of July 1857, (date of this muster)
for the term of 6 mos., unless sooner discharged.

Note: Columns used wer: No., name rank, age, date of enrollment, where
by whom, term, value of horse and horse equipment. All officers and sol-
diers enrolled July 29, 1857 at Tallahassee for 6 mos.,; value of horse
and equipment will follow the name of each soldier.

1. John PARKHILL, Capt., age 25; $175-$20
1. Theodore W. BREVARD, 1st Lt., age 21; $175-$20
1. Thomas S, SHEHEE, 2nd Lt.;,age 30; $150-$12
1. William M. THOMAS 1st Sergt., age 21; $175-$15
2. Edwin L. MCCOLLUM, Sergt., age 23; $100-$5
3. Samuel M. PARKHILL, Sergt., age 26; $110-$10
4. Hugh BLACK, Sergt., age 22; $135-$10
1. James M. HARRISON, Corp'l., age 26; $140-$10
2. George N. SAWYERS, corp'l., age 43; $100-$5
3. John E. SPENCER, Corp'l., age 21; $125-$15
4. Nathan RICHIE, Corp'l., age 26; $90-$10
1. Daniel KNIGHTON, Bugler, age 20; $80-$5
2. David CARROLL, Bugler, age 18; $100-$5
1. Wilson POPE, Farrier; age 30; $90-$10

PRIVATES

1. ANDERSON, Henry, age 24; $90-$5 23. JONES, Robert,age 24;$140-5
2. ANDERSON, Andrew, age 19, $60-$2 24. INGRAHAM, Charles F.,age 18;
3. ANDERSON, Charles, age 19; $100-$10 $75-$5
4. BARFOOT, Elijah T., age 19; $80-$5 25. KEADLE, William H., age 20;
5. BURNS, Matthew, age 21; $120-$5 $100-$5
6. BRADLEY, Willis, age 23; $135-$5 26. MCCALPIN, Arrington, age 25;
7. BROOKS, Richard W., age 19; $110-$10 $100-$5
8. BUTLER, Edward L., age 21; $100-$5 27. MANN, Milton M., age 21;
9. COOPER, William H., age 23; $125-$5 $150-$10
10. COLLINS, Wade, age 44; $60-$5 28. MCALLISTOR, John, age 23;$75-5
11. DORCH, John, age 42; $60-$5 29. MCALLISTER, Hughey, age 19
12. ENGLISH, Lacy, age 24; $100-$5 $125-$10
13. EDENFIELD, James A., age 27; $80-$5 30. MORRISON, John A., age 23
14. EDENFIELD, Cullen W., age 28; $75-$5 $100-$5
15. GREY, Isaih G., age 24; $100-$5 31. PICKETT, Ferdinand, age 24;
16. HUDSON, Benjamin P., age 22; $90-$5 $125-$5
17. HART, David, age 20; $65-$5 32. POSEY, Thomas, age 18; $80-5
18. HOLSENBACH, Marshall, age 24;$100-10 33. RUSSELL, William J., age 24;
19. HALL, Edward G., age 34; $100-$5 $80-$5
20. JONES, Thomas B., age 28; $135-$5 34. RUSSELL, Benjamin A., age 22;
21. JOHNSON, William M., age 22; $175-$5 $80-$5
22. JONES, Charles S., age 18; $125-$5 35. REDD, Isaac, age 21; $135-$5









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36. REDD, Zachariah J., age 31; $80-$5
37. ROBERSON, George F., age 19; $135-$10
38. STRINGER, Shedrach, age 18; $80-$10
39. STAFFORD, Joseph, age 24; $90-$5
40. SHEHEE, Harris B., age 20; $125-$5
41. SMITH, William, age 19; $80-$5
42. STEPHENS, John A., age 24; $50-5
43. SUGRUE, John, age 24; $150-$5
44. SAUNDERS, George N., age 18; $125-$10
45. TAYLOR, George H., age 19; $40-$5
46. THORNTON, Alexander B., age 28; $80-$5
47. WILSON, Thomas, age 22; $100-$10
48. WHEELER, Artemus. age 24; $100-$5
49 ZEIGLER, Jesse L., age 22; $100-$10
50. ZEIGLER, Slyvanus, age 21 ?; $80-$5
I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
John PARKHILL'S company of the 1st Regiment Florida Mounted Volunteers for
the period herein mentioned; that each man answers to his own proper name
in person; and that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and
soldier are accurate and just.

Date: 29,July 1857 John PARKHILL,
Station: Tallahassee, Fla. Commanding the Company

we certify on honor, that the figures opposite the names on this roll, for
valuation of horses and horse equipment represent and shew the true cash
value of the horse and equipment of the men, respectively at the place of
enrollment, according to our honest, impartial judgment.

The horses and horse equipment of this company were appraised by 3 ap-
praisers, duly sworn, but it was impracticable to obtain their signatures
for the Muster Roll.

'Sworn to and subscribed before,

Date: 29 July 1857 C. L. KILBURY
Station: Tallahasse, Fla. Capt.;and Mustering Officer

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined the men whose names are
borne on this Roll, their horses and equipment and have accepted them into
service of the United States for the term of 6 months 29th day of July.

C. L. KILBURY, Capt.
Mustering Officer










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Muster Roll of Lt. PATTERSON'S Detachment of the 13th Regiment, 1 Brigade
of Florida Drafted Militia commanded by Gen'l. REID ordered into service
of the United States by Govn'r. CALL from the 3rd day of March to the 14th
day of July 1836.

Note: The entire company enrolled March 3, 1836 at San Pedro by Capt.
RICHARDSON"s 4 (can't read) for 4 mos.

John N. PATTERSON, 1st Lt.; absent, not notified
William TAYLOR, Sergt.

BELL, Joseph. Pvt. MCCLENAN, Benjmain, Pvt.
BIRD, Isaih, Pvt. MCCLENAN, Joel, Pvt.
CANNON, H. R., Pvt. SMITH, Isaih, Pvt.;absent,not notified
GOFF, Jehu, Pvt. SEVER, Enoch, Pvt.; absent;not notified
HADDAN, Hugh, Pvt. TAYLOR, Jessee
LAMB, Cravey, Pvt.
LANKFORD, Thomas, Pvt.

This Detachment was at Charles's Ferry at the time my company was mustered
out of service by Gov'r. MORRIS,, They were detached by order of Maj.
WATERS to defend the prop.
W. T. TOWNSEND, Capt.

The above detachment was not included in the Muster Roll on which the pay-
ment was made by me.
Charles MOSSER
?(can't read) U. S. Army

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
W. T. TOWNSEND'S company of the Drafted Florida Militia for the period
herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer
and soldier, are accurate and just.
W. T. TOWNSEND, Capt.
Date: January 10, 1836 Commanding the Company
Station: Tallahassee

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and
that I have this 10th day of Jan. 1836, mustered and minutely inspected
the above named company of ? (can't read)

D. H. VINTON
Inspector and Mustering Officer









Page 82-83

Muster Roll of Capt. Francis PELLICER'S company of the ist Regiment.
Brigade of Mounted Florida Militia, commanded by Col. W. J. BAILEY or-
dered into service of the United States by Brig. Gen'l. W. K. ARMISTEAD
from the 26th day of Aug. 1840 to the 26th day of Nov. 1840.

Note: All officers and soldiers were enrolled and mustered by Capt. A.
C. MYERS for 3 mos. They were enrolled and mustered at different dates.
The name of each man will be given followed by rank, when enrooled and
when mustered in with remarks to follow.

1. Francis PELLICER, Capt.; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
1. Joseph SANCHEZ, 1st Lt.; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
2. J. M. J. BOWDEN, 2nd Lt.; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840
1. John C. HATHER, 1st Sergt., June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
2. Daniel HURLBERT, Sergt.; June 4, 1840, Aug. 23, 1840
3. Alberto ROGERS, Sergt.; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
4. Jas. A. PLUMMER, Sergt.; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840
1. Rafael OLIVEROS, Corp'l.; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
2. Roque LEONARDY, Corp'l.; June 4, 1840, Aug. 23, 1840
3. Bartolo PONS, Corp'l.; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
4. Uriah BOWDEN, Corp'l.; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840
1. William HEDRICK, Bugler; June 4, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840;
absent sick in St. Augustine
2. B. SEQUI, Bugler; June 4, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840

PRIVATES

1. ANDREU, Francis N.; June 1, 1840, Aug. 23, 1840
2. ANDREU, Emanuel; June 4, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
3. BROWN, John P.; June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840
4. BOWDEN, John; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840
5. BRADY, John; June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
6. CANOVAS, John; June 3, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
7. CANOVAS, Andres; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
8. CANOVAS, Richard; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
9. CANOVAS, Joseph; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
10. CATER, Abraham; June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
11. COFFEE, Joshua A.; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840
12. DARLING, Roswell; Aug. 22, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840
13. DOOLING, John; Aug. 22, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840
14. DUPONT, Augustus; Sept. 1, 1840, Sept. 1, 1840
15. FALANY, James; June 1, 1840, Aug. 23, 184
16. FAULK, John; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840
17. GASCESQUI, Lawrence; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
18. GINOVAR, Francis; June 10, 1840, Aug. 23, 1840
19. GARDNER, Thomas; June 10, 1840, Sept. 1, 1840
20. GILBERT, Abner; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840
21. GILBERT, William; Jun e 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840
22. HARTLEY, William; June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
23. HERNANDEZ, Emanuel; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
24. HUFFINGTON, Mitchell; June i, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840










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25. HEMENIS, Rafael; June 1, 1840, Aug. 23, 1840
26. HAMILTON, John L.; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840
27. HARTLEY, John H.; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840
28. HARTLEY, John F.; June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
29. HARTLEY, Myrick; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840
30. HARTLEY, Nathaniel; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840
31. HARTLEY, Henry; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840
32. HAGANS, Rhueben; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840
33. HAGANS, Wm. L.; Spet. 1, 1840, Sept. 1, 1840
34. IVES, G. W.; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840
35. LAWRENCE, J. A. D.; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
36. LOPEZ, Andrea; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
37. LOPEZ, Joseph; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
38. LOPEZ, Ignacio; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
39. LEONARDY, John; June 1, 1840, Aug. 23, 1840
40. LOPEZ, Augustine; June 4, 1840, Sept. 1, 1840
41. MASTERS, Bartolo; June 1, 1840, Aug. 23, 1840
42. MANUCY, John; June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
43. MEDICIS, Elias; June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840; absent, sick in
St. Augustine
44. MASTERS, Joseph; June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
45. MCNABB, John; June 3, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
46. MALFURS, William; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840
47. OATES, John; June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
48. PEARLE, J.; June 3, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
49. PRICE, William; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840
50. PORTER, Joseph W.; June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840
51. PELLY, Elijah; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840
52. PLUMMER, James; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840
53. QUIGLEY, Oliver; June 16, 1840, Aug. 23, 1840
54. RICE, David; June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
55. REYNOLDS, William; June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
56. SOLANA, Emanuel; June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
57. SOLANA, Philip; June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
58. SUAREZ, John; June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
59. SALAS, D.; June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
60. SULLIVAN, J. J.; June 3, 1840, Aug. 23, 1840
61. SHELDON, John D.; Aug. 22, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840
62. TORRES, Jacob; June 1, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840
63. WRIGHT, Milton; Aug. 22, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840
64. PILES, William; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840

RECORD OF EVENTS EXTRACT

Hd. Quarters of the Army, Washington City May 5, 1840
In mustering this fotde into the service, you will instruct the Mustering
Officer to include in the muster this militia now in the service of this
Territory from the date they entered it and to muster out of service such
of them as may wish to retire.
I am Sir,
Signed: A. MACOMB, Major Gen'l.
Commander-in-Chief










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I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
_(blank) company of the (blank) for the period herein
mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and
soldier are accurate and just, and that the recapitulation exhibits, in
every particular, the true state of"'the company.

Date: August 26, 1840 Francis PELLICER, Capt.
Station: Fort Peyton, E. F. Commanding the company

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and
that I have this 1st day of Sept. 1840 mustered and minutely inspected
the above named company into the service of the United States for the
term of 3 months from 22nd August Inst.

Al. MYERS, Capt., U. S. Army
Inspector and Mustering Officer
Page 84-85

Muster Roll of Capt. Francis PELLICER'S company of the 1st Regiment of
East Florida Moun ted Volunteers commanded by Col. J. WARREN ordered into
service of the United States by Maj. Gen'l. T. S. JESUP under the Act of
Congress approved May 23, 1836 from the 9th day of Oct. 1837 to the 9th
day of Feb. 1838 when discharged.

Note: The men of this company enrolled at .different times (which will be
shown after the name) at St. Augustine by Capt. L. B. WEBSTER and were
mustered Oct. 8, 1837 by Maj. LYTH, followed by remarks.

1. Francis PELLICER, Capt.; had private servant, Tobe;
promoted from 1st Lt. Oct. 20 Vice Hanson promoted
to Lt. Col.; Aug. 9, 1837
2. John FERRIERA, 1st Lt.; had private servant ?
couldn't read name; promoted from 2nd Lt. Oct. 20
Vice Pellicer; Aug. 9, 1837
3. Phillip WEEDMAN, 2nd Lt.; had private servant, Peter;
promoted from Sergt. Nov. 14 Vice Ferrira; Aug. 9, 1837
1. G. T. ZELLERBOWR, 1st Sergt., Aug. 18, 1837; discharged
Jan. 16 at Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP
2. Roman ?(can't read); Sergt.; Aug. 9, 1837
3. John MASTERS; Sergt.; Aug. 9, 1837
4. Domingo SECOPEL, Sergt.; Aug. 9, 1837; promoted from
Corp'l. Nov. 14
1. William DAVIS, Corp'l.; Aug. 19, 1837; discharged Jan. 16
at Indian Riber by order of Gen'l. Jesup
2. Antonio.BYAR, Corp'l.;-.Aug. 9, 1837;-;.discharged
Nov. 22 at:ew Smyrna-by order of Gen'l. Hernandez
3.. Andrew PACETTY, Sen'r., Corp'l.; Aug. 9, 1837; promoted
from Private Nov. 14, 1837
4. Bartolo MASTERS, Corp'l.; Aug. 9, 1837; promoted from
Private Nov. 14
5. Andrew PACETTY, Jr., Corp'l.; Aug. 9, 1837; promoted
from Private Nov. 20










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1. Robert CAMPBELL, Bugler, Aug. 19, 1837

PRIVATES

1. ANDREA, Antonio, Aug. 9, 1837
2. ANDREA, Donatt, Aug. 9, 1837
3. BROWN, Jacob, Aug. 10, 1837
4. BECROFT, J. H., Aug. 19, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 at
Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP
5. BROWN, Ezekiel, Aug. 31, 1837
6. CURTISS, George B., Aug. 10, 1837; discharged Jan. 20
at St. Augustine by order of Lt. Col. HANSON
7. DEMASTERS, Henry, Aug. 9, 1837
8. DUBOIS, John, Aug. 10, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 at
Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP
9. DELANEY, B., Aug. 26, 1837; discharged Jan. 29 at
St. Augustine by order of Lt. Col. HANSON
10. FARROW, Cincinatus, Aug. 26, 1837; discharged Jan. 16
at Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP
11. FRANCIS, B., Aug. 26, 1837
12. GACIOUS, Joseph, Aug. 11; discharged Jan. 16 at
Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP
13. HORN, James, Aug. 9, 1837
14. HALL, Daniel, Aug. 9, 1837
15. HORAN, Edward, Aug. 11, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 at
Indian River by order of ?
16. JACKSON ?, Mathew, Aug. 9, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 at
Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP
17. JACKSON, Edward, Aug. 9, 1837
18. KRABS, Peter, Aug. 27, 1837 ; discharged Jan. 16 at
Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP
19. KERR, John, Aug. 11, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 at Indian
River by order of Gen'l. JESUP
20. KEMP, William, Aug. 9, 1837
21. KING, John, Aug. 19, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 at
Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP
22. LINDSAY, Henry, Aug. 9, 1837; discharged Jan. 29 at
St. Augustine by order of Lt. Col. HANSON
23. MEIN, Venancio, Aug. 9, 1837
24. MORRICY, Thomas, Aug. 9, 1837; discharged Jan. 16
at Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP
25. MASTERS, Peter, Sen'r., Aug. 11, 1837
26. MASTERS, Peter, Jr., Aug. 11, 1837
27. MASTERS, John, Aug. 11, 1837
28. MANUCY, Philip, Aug. 12, 1837
29. MCCABE, John, Aug. 19, 1837 to Oct. 8, 1837 by Maj. LYTH;
discharged Jan. 16 at Indian River by order of Gen'l
JESUP
30. NEWTON, Thomas, Aug. 9, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 at
Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP








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31. OLIVEROS, Raphael, Aug. 9, 1837
32. ORTAGUS, Ignation, Aug. 12, 1837; reduced from
Captain Nov. 19, discharged at Indian River
by order of ?
33. ORR, James, Aug. 19, 1837; discharged at Indian River
34. O'MARA, Edward, Aug. 31, 1837; discharged at Indian River
35. PONCE, James, Aug. 21, 1837; discharged at Indian River
36. PACETTY, Antonio, Aug. 9, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 at
Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP
37. PINKERSON, John, Aug. 9, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 at Indian
River by order of Gen'l. JESUP
38. PELLICER, Francis, Jr., Aug. 23, 1837
39. RANSON, William, Aug. 23, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 at
Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP
40. SANCHEZ, Joseph, Aug. 9, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 at
Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP
41. SOLANO, Dirnichio, Aug. 9, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 at
Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP
42. SAUNDERS, Daniel, Aug. 10, 1837
43. SEVILLE, Peter, Aug. 26, 1837; discharged Jan. 16 at
Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP
44. TORES, Raphael, Aug. 9, 1837
45. TRIAY, Victory, Aug. 18, 1837
46. WALKER, John, Aug. 9., 1837
47. WHEATLEY, E.(J.?) B., Aug. 9, 1837; discharge Jan. 16 at
Indian River by order of Gen'l. JESUP
48. WILLIAMS, J. T., Aug. 11, 1837; discharged Nov. 15 at St.
Augustine by order of (can't read)
49. WILLIAMS, William, Aug. 11, 1837

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits a-true state of
Capt. Francis PELLICER'S E. Florida Mounted Volunteers for the period
herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each of-
ficer and soldier, are accurate and just.

Francis PELLICER, Capt.
Commanding the Company

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll;
called and inspected each officer and man of the company; and that I
have this 9th day of Feb. 1838, mustered them for discharge, and they
are hereby Honorably Discharged from the service of the United States.

S. CHURCHILL, Maj. Art.
Inspector General Ar. South
Mustering Officer









Page 86-87

Muster Roll of Capt. Francis PELLICER'S company of the Brigade of Florida
Mounted Militia commanded by Col. W. J. BAILEY ordered into service of the
United States by Brig. Gen'l. Thomas REED ? from the 26th day of Aug. 1840
to the 19th day of Dec. 1840 when discharged.

Note: The men arrived and mustered on different days (which will be shown
after each one. All were mustered by Capt. A. C. MYERS with pay due from
enrollment followed by remarks.

1. Francis PELLICER, Capt.; June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840;
has kept in service 1 private servant and 2 horses
2. Joseph SANCHEZ, 1st Lt.; June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840;
has kept in service 1 private servant and 2 horses
3. J. M. BOWDEN, 2nd Lt., June 10, 1840, Aug. 26, 1840;
has kept in service 1 private servant and 2 horses
1. Jno. C. RATHER, 1st SErgt., June 1, 1840, Aug. 23, 1840
2. Daniel HURLBERT, Sergt., June 1, 1840; Aug. 23, 1840
3. James A. PLUMMER, Sergt.; June 10, 1840, Aug. 22, 1840
1. Raphael OLIVEROS, Corp'l., June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840
2. Rogue LEONARDY, Corp'l., June 10, 1840; Aug. 23, 1840
3. Uriah BOWDEN, Corp'l.; June 1, 1840; Aug. 23, 1840


PRIVATES

1. ANDREW, Francis N.; June 1, 1840; Aug. 23, 1840
2. BROWN, John P., June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840
3. BOWDEN, John; June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840
4. BRADY, John; June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840
5. CANOVAS, Andres; June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840
6. CANOVAS, Richard; June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840
7. CATER, Abraham; June 10, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840
8. COFFEE, Joshua A.; June 10, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840
9. DARLING, Boswell; Aug. 22, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840
10. DOOLING, John, Aug. 23, 1840, Aug. 23, 1840
11. GENOVAR, Francis, June 1, 1840; Aug. 23, 1840
12. GARDNER, Thomas, June 10, 1840; Sept. 1, 1840
13. GILBERT, Abner, June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840
14. GILBERT, William, June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840
15. HARTLEY, William, June 10, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840
16. HERNANDEZ, Emanuel, June 10, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840
17. HUFFINGTON, Mitchell, June 10, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840
18. HAMILTON, John L., June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840; sick at
Mandarin from Nov. 20
19. HARTLEY, John H., June 10, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840
20. HARTLEY, John F., June 10, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840
21. HARTLEY, Myrick, June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840
22. HARTLEY, Nath'l., June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840
23. HARTLEY, Henry, June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840
24. HOGANS, Reuben, June 10, 1840; Aug. 22,1840
25. HAGANS, W. G., Sept. 1, 1840; Sept. 1, 1840
26. IVES, G. W., June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840









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27. LAWRENCE, J. A. D., June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840
28. LOPEZ, Ignacio, June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840
29. LOPEZ, Augustus, June 4, 1840; Spet. 1, 1840
30. LEONARDY, John, June 1, 1840; Aug. 23, 1840
31. MANUCY, John, June 10, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840
32. MASTERS, Joseph, June 1,' 1840-;Aug.,26, 1840
33. MCNABB, John, June 3, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840
34. MALPHUS, William, June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840
35. GATES, John, June 10, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840
36. PEARL, John, June 3, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840
37. PRICE, William, June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840
38. PORTER, Joseph W., June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840
39. PILES, William, June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840
40. PETTY, Elijah, June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840
41. PLUMMER, James, June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840;
sick at Mandarin from Dec. 5
42. RICE, David, June 10, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840
43. REYNOLDS, William, June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840
44. SALAS, D., June 3, 1840; Aug. 23, 1840
45. SHELDON, John D., Aug. 22, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840
46. TORRES, Jacob, Juie 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840







DISCHARGED

The following soldiers were discharge by reason of expiration of term.

1. ALBERTO, Robero, Sergt., June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840; discharged
Nov. 30, 1840
1. Bartolo PONS, Corp'l., June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840; discharged
Dec. 5, 1840
1. Wm. HEDRICK, Bugler, June 4, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840; discharged Dec. 15
2. B. PEGUE, Bugler, June 4, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840; discharged
Nov. 30, 1840
1. ANDREW, Emanuel, Pvt., June 4, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840; discharged
Nov. 30, 1840
2. CANOVAS, John, Pvt., June 3, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840; discharged
Nov. 30, 1840
3. CANOVAS, Joseph, Pvt., June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840; discharged
Dec. 15, 1840
4. DUPONT, Augustus, Pvt., Sept. 1, 1840; Sept. 1, 1840; discharged
Dec. 18, 1840
5. FALANY, James, Pvt., June 1, 1840; Aug. 23, 1840; discharged
Dec. 18, 1840
6. GRASCISQUE, Lawrence, Pvt., June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840;
discharged Nov. 30, 1840
7. HIMENIS, Rafael, Pvt., June 1, 1840; Aug. 23, 1840; discharged
Dec. 15, 1840









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8. LOPEZ, Andres, Pvt., June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840;
discharged Dec. 5, 1840
9. LOPEZ, Joseph, Pvt., June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840;
discharged Dec. 15, 1840
10. MASTERS, Bartolo, Pvt., June 1, 1840; Aug. 23, 1840;
discharged Dec. 18, 1840
11. MEDEICES, Elias, Pvt., June'l, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840;
discharged Nov. 30, 1840
12. QUIGLEY, Oliver, Pvt., June 1, 1840; Aug. 23, 1840;
discharged Dec. 5, 1840
13. SALANO, Emanuel, Pvt., June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840;
discharged Dec. 18, 1840
14. SALANO, Phillip, Pvt., June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840;
discharged Nov. 30, 1840
15. SWEENEY, John, Pvt., June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840;
discharged Nov. 30, 1840
16. SULLIVAN, J. J., Pvt., June 1, 1840; Aug. 26, 1840;
discharged Dec. 18, 1840

DIED

1. FAULKS, John, _(can't read), June 10, 1840; Aug. 22, 1840;
died of sickness at Mandarin Oct. 14
2. WRIGHT, Milton, ___ (can't read), Aug. 22, 1840; Aug. 22,
1840; died of sickness at St. Augustine Nov. 1

RECORD OF EVENTS

Extract

To Brig. Gen'l. W. K. ARMISTEAD ? in Florida
Hd. Quarters of the Army Washington City, May 5, 1840

"In mustering this force into service, you will instruct the Mustering
Officer to include in the muster the militia now in the service of the
Territory from the date they entered and to muster out of service such
of them as may wish to retire, I am Sir,

signed/ A. MACOMB, Maj. Gen'l.
Com'g. in Chief
REMARKS BY MUSTERING OFFICER

This command by its strength is entitled from June 1 two sergeants,; two
corporals, one bugler. From Jan. 10 to August ? 2nd Lt., three
sergeants, three corporals, one bugler, and from Aug. 22 a captain, 1st
Lt., 1st sergeant, three sergeants, four corporals two buglers.

S. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3rd Art.









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

Date: Dec. 19, 1840 Francis PELLICER, Capt.
Station: St. Augustine, E. F. Commanding the Company

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and
that I have this 19th day of Dec. 1840, mustered and minutely inspected
the above named company of Flor. Mounted Militia who are honorably
discharged from the service of the United States.

S.. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3rd Art.
Inspector and Mustering Officer
At the bottom of the page and written very small was the following:
As the requisition for subsistence and forage for the time of Territorial
service (prior to the muster of Aug. 26 were in an unsettled state and
those articles ?(can't read) to be rec'd in kind from the Ter'l.
agents that part of the time was not ?(can't read) on the muster
rolls or discharged? for balance of subsistence and forage ? and
the captain's other must therefore authenicate the balances if any, by
Certificate or oath the payment for that ?(can't read)

St. Augustine, Dec. 22, 1840 S. CHURCHILL, Maj. 3rd Art.

Page 88-89

Muster Roll of Capt. George L. PHILLIPS's company of the 2nd Regiment of
Florida Militia, commanded by Col. J. S. SANCHEZ ordered into service of
the United States by Gen'l. Joseph HERNANDEZ from the 16th day of Nov.
1835 to the 31st day of Dec. 1835.

Note: All officers and soldiers enrolled Nov. 16, 1835 at St. Augustine
by Gen. J. HERNANDEZ for 1 month and 15 days.

1. Geo. L. PHILLIPS, Capt.
2. John L. PHILLIPS, 1st Lt.
3. David LEVY, 2nd Lt.
4. Geo. C. ACOSTA, 3rd Lt.; resigned 25 Dec. 1835

1. Peter C..ZYLSTRA, 1st Sergt.; appointed 3rd Lt. 24
Dec. 1835, Vice Lt. GAY resigned
2. James M. GOULD, Sergt.
3. Edmund WALLER, Sergt.
4. Robert CAMPBELL, Sergt. and Bugler

1. Philip PERPALL, 1st Corp'l.
2. John PONS, Corp'l.
3. Thomas ANDREA, Corp'l.
4. Bartolo PONS, Corp'l.








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PRIVATES

1. John A. ANDREA .25. Gabriel MASTERS,
2. Joseph ANDREA 26. Peter MASTERS, Jr.; found his
3. Domingo ACOSTA own horse in SALANO's trrops
4. Donate ANDREA for 3 days
5. John CANOVAS 27. John PACETTY
6. Domingo CERCOPLY 28. icinty PACETTY
7. Peter CERCOPLY 29. Stephen LOPEZ
8. Fernando FALARNCE 30. Gabriel PACETTY; found his own
9. Andrew FLOYD; found his own horse in.SALANO's troops for
horse in SALANO'S troops 2 days
11 days 31. Andrea PACETTY; found his own
10. Jose GARCIAS horse in SALANO's troops for
11. Antonio HERNANDEZ 16 days
12. Daniel HURLBURT 32. Antonio PONS
13. Bartolo HENOVAR (GENOVAR?); 33. Joseph SANCHEZ; found his own
killed by the Indians and horse in SALANO's troop for
rifle taken 16 days
14. Sebastian HENOVAR (GENOVAR?); 34. Maurice SANCHEZ; found his own
found own horse in SALANO's horse in SALANO's troop for
troops 19 days 16 days
15. W. H. KING; found a horse by 35. George W. SPRAGUE
Brig'd. Qr. MASTERS 36. Peter TRIAY
16. Ignatio LOPEZ 37. Robert ZYLSTRA; found his own
17. Reque LEONARDY horse in SALANO's troop for
18. Augustine LOPEZ 3 days
19. name crossed out, couldn't 38. Antonio PHARIS
read 1st name, last name 39. James HURLBURT
LOPEZ; re-entered another 40. Francis MILES
19. John MAS 41. George WILKINSON
20. Joseph MASTERS 42. Bartolo MASTERS
21. Emanuel MASTERS 43. James FALAOMY?
22. Elias MASTERS
23. Francis MEDECIS
24. John MASTERS; found his own
horse in SALANO's troop
for 3 days

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
George L. PHILIPS's company of the 2nd Regiment 2nd Brigade Florida Mili-
tia for the period herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the
name of each officer and soldier,are accurate and just, that the Public
Arms and accountrements which were delivered to this company have all been
turned over to the Officer of the United States authorized to receive the
same and that the mounted men all furnished their own horses as noted.

Date: 16th July 1836 Geo. L. PHILLIPS, Capt.
Station: St. Augustine, E. F. Commanding the company

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and
that I have this 16th day of July 1836 mustered the above company of
Florida Militia.
R. M. KIRBY, Maj. U. S. Army
Inspector and Mustering Officer










Page 90-91

Muster Roll of Capt. John Lott PHILLIPS's company of the 2nd Regiment
2nd Brigade of Florida Militia commanded by Col. Joseph S. SANCHEZ or-
dered into service of the United Staes by requisition of Gov. R. K.
CALL from the 27th day of May 1836 to the 26th day of Sept. 1836.

Note: All officers and soldiers enrolled May 27, 1836 at St.
Augustine by Geo. NORMAN, ? Lt. Arty.

1. John Lott PHILLIPS, Capt.
2. David LEVY, 1st Lt.
3. Bartolo OLIVEROS, 2nd Lt.
4. John R. ANDERSON, 3rd Lt.

1. Migail USINIAS, 1st Sergt.
2. Lawrence ANDREWS, 2nd Sergt.
3. Joseph BAYA, 3rd Lt.
4. Thomas ANDREW, 4th Sergt.

1. John PACETTY, 1st Corp'l.
2. Bartolo MASTERS, 2nd Corp'1.
3. George MARKS, 3rd Corp'l.
4. Ignation LOPEZ, 4th Corp'l.

PRIVATES

1. ACOSTA, Domingo 24. -LAURENCE, Matias
2. ANDERSON, Antonio 25. LEONARDY, Roque
3. ?can't read 26. LOPEZ, Andrew
4. ANDREAO, Francis 27. LOPEZ, Stephen
5. ANDREAO, Michael 28. LOPEZ, Myrick
6. ANDREAO, Donato; Pvt. Donato 29. MANUCY, Joseph
transferred to the horse 30. MARQUDO, Lelioene?
company commanded by Capt. 31. MORTON, Thomas
D. DUMMETT by order of 32. MASTERS, Joseph
Brig. A. PUTNAM, Fla. Mili- 33. MASTERS, Antonio
tia 34. MASTERS, John; Pvt. John MASTERS
7. ANDERSON, Walter transferred to the horse company
8. BRAVORD, Donatolo commanded by Capt. D. DUMMETT by
9. BALIER, Jacob order of Maj. Benj. A. PUTNAM,
10. BREDIER, Francis Florida Militia
11. CANOVAS, John 35. ORTAGUS, Ignatio
12. CIRCOPOLY, Peter 36. PACETTY, Vincentio
13. FALANA, Leonardo 37. PONCE, John
14. FLOYD, Andrew 38. PERPALL, Gabriel
15. GIGER, Paul 39. SANCHEZ, Francis
16. GUE, John 40. SANDERS, Jesse; June 29, 1836
17. GREENSTREET, Thomas 41. SALAS, Joseph; May 26, 1836
18. HERNANDEZ, Antonio 42. SANDERS, Daniel; June 29, 1836
19. HIMANCUS, Rofell 43. SABATA, Ramon; May 26; 1836;
20. LOPEZ, Petronita Pvt. Ramon ? can't read
21. LLENOVAH, Francis 44. SANCHEZ, John; June 29, 1836
22. LOPEZ, Bartolo 45. TRIAY, Peter; May 26, ;836
23. LOPEZ, Augustine 46. TRIAY, Heronemo










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47. THOMAS, Henry 50. ZYLSTRA, Peter; ?
48. WILLIAMS, John; ? 1. CLARK, William; Musician
49. WILLIAMSON, George 2. CLARK, George; musician

I certify that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt. John
Lott PHILLIPS'S company of Florida Militia enroll for the period herein
stated and that the remarks set opposite the name of each officer and
soldier, are accurate and just.

Date: ? June 1836 John Lott PHILLIPS, Capt.
Station: St. Augustine Commanding the company

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll and
that I have this 29th day of June 1836 mustered the above named company
of Florida Militia.
Capt. NAUMAR
Lt. 1st Arty.
Inspector and Mustering Officer
Page 92 Missing

Page 93-94

Muster Roll of Capt. John Lott PHILLIPS'S company of the 2nd Regiment
2nd Brigade of Florida Militia commanded by Col. Joseph S. SANCHEZ ordered
into service of the United States by requisition of Gov. R. K. CALL from
the 29th day of June 1836 to the 29th day of October 1836.

Note: All officers and soldiers enrolled June 29, 1836 at St. Augustine,
E. F. by Geo.NAUMAN, Lt. 1 Ar. for 4 months.

1.. John Lott. PHILLIPS, Capt.
2. David LEVY, 1st Lt.
3. Bartolo OLIVEROS, 2nd Lt.
4. John R. ANDREAO, 3rd Lt.

1. Miquel USINA, 1st Sergt.
2. Laurence ANDREWS, 2nd Sergt.
3. Joseph BAYA, 3rd Sergt.
4. Thomas ANDREW, 4th Sergt.
1. John PECETTY. 1st Corp'l.
2. Bartolo MASTERS, 2nd Corp'l.; discharged on the
5th Oct. 1836 on account of disability
3. George MARKS, 3rd Corp'l.
4. Ignatio LOPEZ, 4th Corp'l.

PRIVATES

1. ACOSTA, Domingo 6. ANDREAO, Donato; transferred
2. ANDREAO, Antonio to the horse company by Capt.
3. ANDREAO, Joseph DUMMETT by order of Maj.
4. ANDREAO, Francis PUTNAM on the 26th May 1836
5. ANDREAO, Michael









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7. ANDERSON, William; transferred to Col. DOWNING'S
Detachment 1st Oct. 1836
8. BRAVO, Donato; appointed corporal on the 6th Oct. 1836
9. BALIER, Jacob
10. BRIDIER, Francis
11. CANOVAS, John
12. CERCOPOLY, Peter
13. FALANA, Fernando; mounted from the 10th July 1836 and
found his own horse (sorrel)
14. FLOYD, Andrew; struck from the roll to secure no pay
? on the 9th Aug. 1836
15. GEIGER, Paul
16. GUE, John
17. GREENSTREET, John
18. HERNANDEZ, Antonio
19. HIMANCUS, Rafile
20. LOPEZ, Petronito; transferred to Col. DOWNINC's Detachment
on the 1st Oct. 1836
21. LLENOVAH, (GENOVAR?) Francis
22. LOPEZ, Bartolo
23. LOPEZ, Augustine; discharged on the 31st Aug. 1836 on
account of disability
24. LAWRENCE, Matias
25. LEONARDY, Roque
26. LOPEZ, Andrew
27. LOPEZ, Stephen
28. LOPEZ, Joseph
29. MANUCY, Joseph; discharged on the 8th July, 1836 on
account of disability
30. MARANDO, Lilvenio
31. MORTON, Thomas
32. MASTERS, Joseph
33. MASTERS, Antonio
34. MASTERS, John; transferred to the horse company commanded
by Col. DUMMETT by the order of Maj. PUTNAM on the 26th
May 1836
35. ORTAGUS, Ignatio; mounted from the 10th July 1836 and
found his own horse
36. PACETTY, Vincentio
37. PONCE, John
38. PERPALL, Gabriel; discharged on the- 26 July 1836 on
account of disability
39. SANCHEZ, Garcia; transferred to Col. DOWNING'S De-
tachment on th. 1 Oct. 1836
40. SANDERS, Jessee
41. SALAS, Joseph
42. SANDERS, Daniel; transferred to Col. DOWNING'S
Detachment on the 1st Oct. 1836
43. SABATA, Ramon
44. SANCHEZ, John
45. TRIAY, Peter










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46. TRIAY, Heronims
47. THOMAS, Henry
48. WILLIAMS, L. John
49. WILLIAMSON, George; transferred to Col. DOWNING'S
Detachment on 1st Oct. 1836
50. ZYLSTRA, Peter; discharged on the 20th Sept. on
account of disability

1.. CLARK, William, Musician; 2 drum heads worn out
in service
2. CLARK, George, Musician; 2 drum.heads worn out
in service

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Capt.
John Lott PHILLIPS'S company of the St. Augustine Volunteers for the per-
iod herein mentioned; that the remarks set opposite the name of each of-
ficer and soldier, are accurate and just.

Date: -. 29th Oct. 1836 Jno. Ltt PHILLIPS
Station: St. Augustine, Fla. Commanding the Company

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined this Muster Roll, and
that I have this 29th day of October 1836 mustered and minutely inspected
the above named company of Florida Militia.

G. S. DRANE, Capt. 2nd Arty.
Inspector and Mustering Officer
Page 95-96

Muster Roll of Capt. James A. PICKETT'S company in the Battallion of
Mounted Florida Volunteers, called-into--the service of the United States
by Col. Gustavus LOOMIS 5th July under instructions from War Department
(A. G. 0. Dec. 22, 1837) from the date 9th day of Feb. 1858, (date of
this muster) for the term of 6 months, unless sooner discharged

Note: All officers and soldiers enrolled Feb. 9, 1858 unless otherwise
shown, with the miles to the rendezvous and miles from the place of dis-
charge home following each name, they were enrolled at Ft. Brooke Fla.
by Capt. James A. PICKETT for 6 months.

1. James A. PICKETT, Capt.; 150-20
1. Thomas N. MCCORMICK, age 21; 1st Lt.; 150-20
1. Green B. HIGHTOWER, age 28; 2nd Lt.; 170-15
1. James WADE, age 43; 1st Sergt.; 170-10
2. William C. GOFF, age 28; Sergt.; 125-15
3. James G. WRIGHT, age 20; Sergt.; 160-10
4. David HOLDER, age 24; Sergt.; 75-5
1. Abraham WALKER, age 18; Corp'l.; 100-5
2. Hilary F. WRIGHT, age 18; Corp'l.; 100-5
3. Norman HALIAM, age 20; corp'l.; 150-15
4. William ARNOLD, age 22; Corp'l.; 75-10









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1. Julius ROCKNER?, age 20; Bugler; 175-10
2. Henry P. MAINORD, age 21; Bugler; 125-10
1. Levi N. CORNEILIUS, age 32; Farrier; 70-20

PRIVATES

1. ARNOLD, Weedham,'age 28; Feb. 26, 1858; no.miles
2. BROWN, William B., age 23; 100-5
3. BRAZELL, Darling, age 21; 125-20
4. BRONSON, Pharios, age 20; 75-5
5. BUCKLEY, William, age 28; 125-10
6. BROWN, William F., age 32; no miles
7. BRANNAN, John, age 30; 100-10
8. BALDWIN, James, age 21; Feb. 25, 1858; 75-15
9. BENNETT, James, age 25; Feb. 26, 1858; no miles
10. BEVERIGE, John C., age 21; Feb. 26, 1858; no miles
11. BUCHANNAN, William C., age 27, Mar. 2, 1858; no miles
12. BROWN, James W., age 22; 100-10
13. CARVELL, George L., age 40; 130-10
14. CADE, Albert, age 20; 150-10
15. COTHRIN, John D., age 26; 150-20
16. DAVIS, Lewis C., age 23; 175-5
17. DOUGLASS, Edward C., age 26; 75-10
18. DURRANCE, George F., age 28; 130-15
19. DENNISON, William B., age 40; Mar. 2, 1858; no miles
20. CRANE, Richard, age 30; 125-5
21. FINLAY, Joseph H., age 26;,150-15
22. FLOYD, George W., age 22; 130-5
23. FITZGERALD, Robert, age 22; 125-10
24. FISHER, John, age 24; Feb. 12, 1858; 100-10
25. GRAVES, William W., age 22;175-20
26. GARDNER, Charles, age 20; 130-10
27. GEARY, Levy, age 22; 100-5
28. GILES, John M., age 23; Feb. 12, 1858; 150-5
29. GAINNEY, Henry, age 47; Feb. 26, 1858; no miles
30. HANSFORD, Alfred M., age 22; 150-10
31. HOGANS, Edward, age 32; 150-20
32. HULL, Oliver P., age 26; 140-10
33. HENDERSON, Stanley, age 24; 125-15
34. HOUSTON, Isaac, age 29; no miles
35. LIVINGSTON, William, age 20; 175-10
36. LYNCH, John, age 29; 150-10
37. LEE, Everett, age 24; no miles
38. MURRAY, John, age 25; 130-8
39. MORRIS, John, age 22; no miles
40. MCLEOD, Alexander, age 18; no miles
41. MCLEOD, Angus, age 44; no miles
42. MARTIN, Hiram, age 35; no miles
43. MCNAIR, Martin F., age 25; 175-10
44. MCLEOD, George, age 28; 75-5
45. METTS, Jefferson, age 22; no miles
46. NEAL, Leodosius, age 38; ro miles
47. O'NEILL, peter, age 41; 100-5










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48. OSTEEN, James, age 21, Mar. 2, 1858; no miles
49. PRICE, David W., age 33; 140-20
50. PITCHARD, William, age 29?; 125-10
51. PATTERSON, Archie, age 2_?; 75-5
52. PATTERSON, John, age 22; no miles
53. POLLACK, Thomas P., age 23; no miles
54. RAULERSON, Jacob, age 28; no miles
55. ROBERTS, James S., age 30; Feb. 22, 1858; no miles
56. RICKERSON, Hiram, age 21; Feb. 22, 1858; no miles
57. RICKERSON, Eli, age 17; Feb. 22, 1858; no miles
58. ROWLAND, John W., age 17; Mar.22, 1858; no miles
59. ROWLAND, James W., age 18; Mar. 22, 1858; 75-5
60. SOLOMON, Hardy, age 20; no miles
61. HANFORD, Thomas age 24?; 130-10
62. SUMMERLIN, Ivey, age 22?; 75-5
63. STEPHENS, Robert, age 30?; no miles
64. STEPHENS, John C., age 18; Feb. 18, 1858
65. SATCHWELL, Anariah, age 26?; Feb. 18, 1858; 125-10
66. STEWART, James, age 23?; 100-5
67. TUCKER, Alonzo W., age 29; 125-15
68. WILKINSON, Thomas J., age 24; 125-10
69. WINN, James J., age 33; 150-20
70. WALSH, Daniel, age 33; no miles
71. WEEDON, Frederick, age 29; 75-20
72. WHITE, Thomas, age 20; Feb. 26, 1858; no miles
73. WALKER, Joel, age 23; Feb. 26, 1858; no miles
74. WILLIAMSON, William, age 30; no miles

I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of
Capt. James A. PICKETT'S company of the Battallion Mounted Florida
Volunteers for the period herein mentioned; that each man answers to
his own proper names in person; and that the remarks set opposite the
name of each officer and soldier, are accurate and just.

Date: February 9, 1858 James A. PICKETT
Station: Fort Brooke, Fla. Commanding the Company

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

J. B. OSTEEN ) Francis N. PAGE
H. L. MITCHELL ) Appraisers Asst. Adjt. Gen'l.
R. J. KENDRICKS) Mustering Officer

Date: Feb. 9, 1858
Station: Fort Brooke, Fla.

I certify on honor that I have carefully examined the men whose names
are borne on this Roll, their horses and equipment and have accepted
them into the service of the United States for the term of 6 months.
Date: February 9, 1858
Station Fort Brooke, Fla.








Page 97-98

Muster Roll of Capt. James A. PICKETT's company in the Battallion of
Florida Mounted Volunteers, called into the services of the United
States by Col. G. LOOMIS, 8th Infty. under instructions from the War
Department at Fort Brooks, Florida (the place of general rendezvous)
on the 9th day of Feb. 1858 to serve for the term of six months from
the date of enlistment unless:sooner discharged from the 9th day of
Feb. 1858 (when enrolled) to the 26th day of March 1858. The company
was organized by Capt. James A. PICKETT at Fort Brooke, Fla. in the
month of .Feb. 1858.

Note: The company enrolled Feb. 9, 1858, unless shown otherwise, at
Brooke Fla. by Capt. J. A. PICKETT for 6 months; mustered in same
day at Fort Brooke, Fla. by Maj> F. N. PAGE; payment due from enroll-
ment; and valuation of horses and equipment will follow each name.

1. James A. PICKETT, Capt., age 38;$100-20
1. Thomas N. MCCORMICK, 1st Lt., age 21;$150-$20
1. Green B. HIGHTOWER, 2nd Lt., age 28; $175-$15
1. James WADE, Sergt., age 43; $175-$10
2. William E. GOFF, Sergt., age 28; $125-$15
3. James J. WRIGHT, Sergt., age 20; $100-$10
4. David HOLDER, Sergt., age-24; $70-$5
1. Abraham WALKER, Corpl1., age 18; $100-$5
2. Hilary T. WRIGHT, Corp'l., age 18; $100-$5
3. Norman STATHAM, Corp'l., age 20; $100-$10
4. William ARNOLD, Corp'l., age 22; $70-$10
1. Julius ROOHNER, Bugler, age 20; $175-$10
2. Henry P. MAINORD, Bugler, age 21; $125-$10
1. Levi W. CORNELIUS, Farrier, age 32; $75-$20

PRIVATES

1. ARNOLD, Abraham, age 28; Feb. 26; Feb. 26, 1858; no horse
2. BROWN, William B., age 23; $199-$5
3. BRYAN, Darling, age 21; $125-$20; absent on detached service
4. BRONSON,Pharios, age 20; $75-$5
5. BACKLEY, William, age 28; $125-$10
6. BRANNON, John, age 30; $100-$10
7. BALDWIN, James, age 21; Feb. 25, 1858, Feb. 25, 1858;$75-$15
8. BARNOE, James, age 25; Feb. 26, 1858, Feb. 28, 1858; no horse
9. BEVERIGE, John C., age 26; Feb. 26, 1858, Feb. 26, 1858; no horse
10. BUCHANNON, William E., age 29; Mar. 2, 1858, Mar. 2, 1858; no horse
11. BROWN, James W., age 22; $100-$10
12. CARWELL, George S. (L?), age 40; $130-$10
13. CADE, Albert, age 20; $150-$10
14. COTHERAN, John D., age 26; $150-$20
15. DAVIS, Lewis G., age 23; $175-$5
16. DUGLASS, Edward C., age 26; $75-$10
17. DURRENCE, George F., age 28; $100-$15
18. DENNISON, William P., age 41; Mar. 6, 1858, Mar. 6, 1858; ho horse
19. EVANS, Richard, age 30; $125-$5
20. FINLAY, Joseph H., age 26; $150-$15




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