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Title: Florida militia muster rolls, Seminole Indian Wars
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Title: Florida militia muster rolls, Seminole Indian Wars
Series Title: Special archives publication
Alternate Title: Muster rolls, Florida Indian Wars
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Language: English
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Publication Date: [198--]
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Seminole War, 3rd, 1855-1858   ( lcsh )
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FLORIDA



DEPARTMENT OF



MILITARY AFFAIRS














Special Archives Publication
Number
75


FLORIDA MILITIA MUSTER ROLLS
SEMINOLE INDIAN WARS
(VOL 9)

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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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
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The Department would like to express its deepest appreciation to
the Society for their willingness to help us provide this
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FLORIDA INDIAN WARS



MUSTER ROLLS



VOLU ME 9









MUSTER ROLLS, FLORIDA INDIAN WARS

VOLUME 9
Pages 1-2

Muster Roll of Captain William H. Redding's Company of the
Mounted Florida Militia, commanded by Col. W. J. Bailey,
ordered into service of the United States from the 9th Day of
December 1840 to the 9th Day of March 1840. The company was
enrolled at Tallahassee, Florida.

At Camp Townsend, Fla. on 9 Dec 1840, the muster was certified
to be true and accurate by William H. REDDING, Capt., command-
ing the company and by Capt. Jno. C. CASEY, Inspector & Mus-
tering Officer.

Wm. H. REDDING, Capt. John WATERS, Cpl.
Joseph TAYLOR, 1st Lt. Isaiah SMITH, Cpl.
L. G. WHEELER, 2nd Lt. Thomas GARRETT, Cpl.
Wm. SUMMERALL, 1st Sgt. Francis SHEPHERD, Cpl.
Thomas CLARK, Sgt. Starling LAYTON, Bugler
William BAGGETT, Sgt. Enoch HUNT, Bugler
Wilford SPENCE, Sgt.

PRIVATES

1. ANDERSON, John 28. HARROLL, W. N. F.
2. ANDERSON, Owen 29. HAVEN, William
3. BISHOP, Martin 30. HART, John
4. BROOKS, John 31. JOHNSON, John
5. BENTLEY, George W. 32. JOHNSON, James
6. BENTLEY, Burnett 33. JOHNSON, Wm. N.
7. BENTLEY, Samuel 34. JOHNSON, Levy
8. BROWN, Morgan L. 35. JEWELL, Jackson
9. BECKER, Hamilton 36. IVY, Lewis
10. CALLEY, Daniel 37. LASTINGER, William
11. CHESNUT, Henry 38. LEWIS, John
12. CARTER, Ezekiel 39. LEWIS, John W.
13. CARTER, Shadrack 40. MERCER, John
14. CLARK, John 41. MERCER, Colin
15. CALLOWAY, Elmer 42. MARTIN, John
16, CARLEY? CALLEN?, 43. MARTIN, William
COLLEN?, Benjamin 44. MARTIN, Charles A.
17. DENMARK, Stephen 45. McGILL, Rhoderick
18. DAVIS, Err.? 46. POPPELL, Ne ?
19. DAVIS, W. T. 47. REGISTER, Joel P.
20. DAVIS, W. L. 48. RICH, Depha_?_
21. ERVIN, John 49. RACKLEY, Olin
22. FUQUA, John 50. RICKET, Jacob
23. FUQUA, Cornelius 51. SPENCE, Thorp.
24. FARNELL, John 52. SPENCE, Isaac R.
25. FIELDS, James 53. SESSIONS, Nelson
26. GRAY, J. A. 54. SUTTON, Bale
27. HARROLL, John J. A. 55. STOREY, James









Vol. 9, pp 1-2, PRIVATES, cont'd

56. SAMMS, Morgan 60. WELFORD, Ab'm
57. VICKERS, Stephen 61. WELFORD, A. N.
58. VICKERS, Washington 62. WELFORD, Jno or Jn.
59. WATERS, John M.

PAGES 3-4

Muster Roll of Capt. William H. Redding'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 9th Day of December 1840 to
the 9th Day of March 1841 when discharged. The miles traveled
from place of rendezvous to place of discharge were forty.

At Charles Ferry, E. F., on 13 March 1841, the muster roll was
certified to be true and accurate and the remarks set opposite
the names of officers and soldiers were accurate and just.
The signatures signed were William H. Redding, Capt., command-
ing the company and F. C. Churchill, Maj. 3rd Art'y, Inspector
& Mustering Officer.

William H. REDDING, Capt., 1 servant, 2 horses.
Jos. TAYLOR, ist Lt., 1 servant, 2 horses.
Z. G. WHEELER, 2nd Lt., 1 servant, 2 horses.

William SUMMERALL, 1st Sgt. Isaiah SMITH, Cpl.
Thomas CLARK, Sgt. Francis SHEPERD, Cpl.
William BAGGETT, Sgt. *Richard ZEPHA, Cpl.
Wilfred SPENCE, Sgt. Starling LAYTON, Bugler
John WATERS, Cpl. Enoch HUNT, Bugler.
*Applied for Private in place of Thos. GARRETT

PRIVATES

1. ANDERSON, John 17. DENMARK, Stephen
2. ANDERSON, Owen 18. DAVIS, Earl
3. BISHOP, Martin 19. DAVIS, W. T.
4. BROOKS, John 20. DAVIS, W. L.
5. BRYANT, G. W. 21. ERVIN, John
6. BENTLEY, Barrett 22. FUQWAY, Cornelius
7. BENTLEY, Samuel 23. FUQWAY, John
8. BROWN, Morgan L., sick 24. FARNELL, Benjamin
at Camp Townsend from 25. FIELDS, James
Nov. 10 26. GRAY, J. A.
9. BECKER, Hamilton 27. HARRALL, John A.
10. CELLONS? COLLEY?, Daniel 28. HARRALL, W. N. H
11. CHESNUT, Henry 29. HARVIN, William
12. CARTER, Ezekiel 30. HART, John
13. CARTER Shad'k 31. JOHNSON, John
14. CLARK, John 32. JOHNSON, James
15. CAULAWAY, Elonor? 33. JOHNSON, Wm. N.
16. CURLEY, Benjamin 34. JOHNSON, Levy.










Vol. 9. pp 3-4, PRIVATES, cont'd

35. JEWELL, Jackson 49. SPENCE, Thorp
36. IVY, Lewis 50. SPENCE, Isaac R.
37. LASTINGER, William 51. SESSONS, Nelson
38. LEWIS, John 52. SUTTON, Bale
39. LEWIS, John W. 53. unreadable SAMMS?
40. MERCIER, John 54. TANNER, Morgan J.
41. MERCIER, Colin 55. VICKENS, Stephen
42. MARTIN, John 56. VICKENS, Washington
43. MARTIN, William 57. WATERS, John M.
44. MARTIN, Charles K. 58. WILFORD, Abraham
45. POPPELL, Henry 59. WILFORD, A. H.
46. REGISTER, Joel P. 60. WILFORD, John
47. RICKLEY, Oliver
48. RICKLEY, Jacob

DIED: McGILL, Roderick, on Feb. 6 at Monticello, Fla.
DESERTED: GARRETT, Thomas, Dec. 9 from Tallahassee, Fla.

PAGES 5-6

Muster Roll of Captain William H. Redding'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 14th day of March 1841 to the 15th
Day of April 1841 when discharged.

On 15 April 1841 at Camp _? M.F., William H. Redding,
Capt., commanding the company certified the muster to be true
and the remarks opposite the names of officers and soldiers to
be accurate. On the same date and place, F. Churchill, Maj.
3rd Art'y, Inspector & Mustering Officer, certified the muster
to be true and accurate and discharged the company.

William H. REDDING, Capt. John, Cpl.
L. G. WHEELER, 1st Lt. Morgan J. TANNER, Cpl.
James M. CHASTAIN, 2nd Lt. Stephen DENMARK, Cpl.
Wiford SPENCE, 1st Sgt. Jackson WHIDDON, Cpl.
Davis HARRALL, Sgt. Pearsen D. BRIDGES, Bugler.
Henry POPWELL, Sgt. James WHITEHURST, Bugler.
John JOHNSON, Sg.t
PRIVATES

1. ANDERSON, John 11. CALAWAY, John
2. ANDERSON, Talbert 12. CALAWAY, Elenore
3. BADGETT, William 13. CLARK, Thomas
4. ----?------- 14. CASTLEBERRY, Wm. E.
5. BATES? BATTS?, James 15. CARNEY, John
6. _?, David 16. CARTER, Shad'k
7. ? Wilson 17. CHESTNUT, Henry
8. BLUNT, Francis M. 18. CRUTCHFIELD, E.
9. BISHOP, Martin 19. CURRY, John
10. C__?, Edward E. 20. DAVIS, Err.









Vol. 9, pp 5-6, PRIVATES, cont'd

21. DAVIS, Levi 44. MURPHY, Arnel
22. DAVIS, Enos B. 45. McDANIEL, Campbell
23. DAUGHERTY, John 46. NELSON, Harden
24. DUBOSE, Amos 47. L ? Josiah
25. DUBOSE, Joseph 48. POPWELL, Paul
26. ERWINE, John 49. REGISTER, Joel
27. FIELDS, James 50. RICH, Zepha
28. HART, James 51. RICKET, Jacob
29. HARRALL, Stephen 52. SPENCE, Isaac
30. HAVENS? HAVERS?, John 53. SHEPHERD, Francis
31. HAVE,?,, William 54. SELLERS, Daniel
32. JOHNSON, ?> 55. SMITH, Isaiah
33. JOHNSON, ? 56. SMITH, William
35. JOHNSON, James 57. SUMMERALL, William
36. JOHNSON, Levi 58. ? David
37. JEWELL, Jackson 59. TAYLOR, Joseph
38. LYNCH, James 60. VICKERS, Washington
39. MERCER, John 61. VICKERS, Stephen
40. MARTIN, Chas. K. 62. WATERS, John
41. MARTIN, John 63. WILFORD, Abraham
42. MILLS, John 64. YERBY, John
43. MILLS, James

PAGES 7-8

Muster Roll of Captain William H. Redding's Company of the 1st
Regiment, Brigade of Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Col
W. P. 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 June 1841.

At Charles Ferry, E.F. on 14 March 1841, William H. Redding by
signature certified this muster roll to be true and accurate.
At the same place on the same date, S. Churchill, Maj. 3d Art.
by signature certified he had inspected and mustered the comp-
any into service of the United States.

William H. REDDING, Capt. John WIN _? Corp.
L. G. WHEELER, 1st Lt. Morgam P. TANNER, Corp.
James M. CHASTAINE, 2nd Lt. Stephen DENMARK, Corp.
Winford SPENCE, Sgt. Jackson WHIDDON, Corp.
David HARRALL, Sgt Person D. BRIDGES, Bugler
Henry POPWELL, Sgt. Jams WHITEHURST, Bugler
John JOHNSON, Sgt.

PRIVATES

1. ANDERSON, John 6. BUTTS, David
2. ANDERSON, Talbert 7. BUTTS, Wilson
3. BAGETT, William 8. BLUNT, Francis M.
4. BENTLEY, Barnett 9. BISHOP, Martin
5. BUTTS, James 10. CANIDAY, Edward E.









Vol. 9, pp 7-8, PRIVATES, cont'd


11. CALAWAY, John 38. LYNCH, James
12. CALAWAY, Elenore 39. MERCER, John
13. CLARKE, Thomas P. 40. MARTIN, Charles K.
14. CASTLEBERRY, Wm. E. 41. MARTIN, John
15. CARNEY, John 42. MILLS, John
16. CARTER, Shad'k 43. MILLS, James
17. CHESNUT, Henry 44. MURPHY, Arnel
18. CRUTCHFIELD, E. 45. McDANIEL, Campbell
19. CURRY, John 46. NELSON, Hardee
20. DAVIS, Err 47. OLIPHANT, Joseph
21. DAVIS, Levi 48. POPWELL, Paul
22. DAVIS, Enos B. 49. REGISTER, Joel P.
23. DAUGHTERY, John 50. RICH, Zepha
24. DUBOSE, Amos 51. RICKET, Jacob
25. DUBOSE, Joseph 52. SPENCE, Isaac R.
26. ERWIN, John 53. SHEPHERD, Francis
27. FIELD, James 54. SELLERS, Daniel
28. HART, James 55. SMITH, Isaiah
29. HARRALL, Stephen 56. SMITH, William
30. HAVENS, William 57. SUMMERALL, William
31. HAVENS, John 58. STUDOLPH, David
32. JOHNSON, J. 59. TAYLOR, Joseph
33. JOHNSON, Young 60. VICKERS, Washington
34. JOHNSON, William N. 61. VICKERS, Stephen
35. JOHNSON, James 62. WATERS, John
36. JOHNSON, Levi 63. WILFORD, Abraham
37. JEWELL, Jackson 64. YEARBY, John

PAGES 9-10

Muster Roll of Capt. W. H. Redding's Compnay of Mounted Flor-
ida Volunteers, commanded by Gen. Z. Taylor, ordered into ser-
vice of the United States by Gen. Z. Taylor from the 10 Day of
August 1839 to the 10th Day of February 1840.

At Camp Jefferson on 18 Feb. 1840 by signature Capt. Wm. H.
Redding certified that the muster roll of the company was true
and accurate. At the same place and date, Capt. W. Heintzel-
man certified by signature that he had inspected and mustered
the company out of service.

Wm. H. REDDING, Capt. John JOHNSTON, Sgt.
G. W. ALBRITTON, 1st Lt. Seaborn ANDERSON, Corp.
Sam'l BENTLY, 2nd Lt. Asa ANDERSON, Corp.
Jno. BROOKS, 1st Sgt. Sam'l POND, Corp.
J. M. SHASTEEN, Sgt. Jno. SCOTT, Corp.
Giles EASTERN, Sgt. Sam'l WHITTAKER, Bugler












Vol. 9, pp 9-10, cont'd

PRIVATES

1. ANDERSON, Wade 34. KIRKLEN, D.
2. ANDERSON, Owen 35. LEWIS, Wm.
3. ALLMAN, J. T. 36. LASTINGER, Wm.
4. BOLTON, _? 37. McGILL, Roderick
5. BROWNING, Wm. 38. MOTT, Paul
6. CLARK, Thos. B. 39. PROCTOR, Rich'd
7. COWSFORD, Jno. R. 40. POWELL, Jno.
8. CHESNUT, Henry 41. ROBERTSON, Lara?
9. CURRY, Jno. 42. ROACH, Jonah
10. DOWNING, Jno. 43. RICKETT, Jacob
11. DAVIS, Wilborn 44. RACKLEY, Fleu ?
12. ENGLISH, Joshua 45. SMITH, Wm.
13. EDWARDS, Leven 46. STOKES, Joshua
14. ESTERS, Henry 47. STOKES, Jackson
15, FUTCH, Isaac 48. SHEPHERD, Dan'l
16. FLOWERS, Jno. 49. SWILLEY, Stephen
17. GOODMAN, Malla? 50. THOMAS, Wm.
18. GORMAN, Richard 51. TISON, Noah
19. HARRELL, W. H. N. 52. TISON, Benj.
20. HICKS, Dan'l 53. TISON, Geo.
21. HIGHSMITH, Sam'l 54. VICKERS, Stephen
22. HUMPHRIES, Sam'l 55. VICKERS, Wash.
23. HOLLINS, James 56. WILLIS, Ephraim
24. HUMPHRIES, Alex. 57. WILLFORD, A. H.
25. HARRELL, Heywood 58. WILFORD, Jno.
26. HIGH, Harmon 59. WILFORD, Abraham
27. HIGHSMITH, Dan'l 60. WOODS, A. J.
28. HARRELL, Jas. 61. WOODS, William
29. HUNT, Michael 62. WOODS, Wiley
30. JOHNSTON, Wm. N. 63. WOODS, Robt.
31. JEWELL, Jackson 64. YEWMANS, Jos. M.
32. JOHNSTON, George 65. JENKINS, Ashford, Jr.
33. KIRKLEN, Lawrence 66. STOKES, Wm.

PAGES 11-12

Muster Roll of Captain W. H. Redding's Company of Florida
Mounted Volunteers, commanded by Gov. R. K. Call, ordered into
service of the United States by Gen. Z. Taylor from the 10th
Day of August 1839 to the 10th Day of February 1840.

At Camp Jefferson on 27 Nov 1839, William H. Redding, Captain
commanding the company, certified by signature that the muster
roll was true and accurate. At the same place and time, Capt.
W. Heintzelman, Inspector & Mustering Officer, certified the
muster roll to be accurate.










Vol. 9, pp 11-12, cont'd

W. H. REDDING, Capt. Seaborn ANDERSON, Corp.
G. W. ALBRITTON, 1st Lt. Asa ANDERSON, Corp.
Sam'l BENTLEY, 2d Lt. Paul? Dan'l? POND, Corp.
Jno. BROOKS, 1st Sgt. Jno. SCOTT, Corp.
J. M. SHASTEEN, Sgt. Sam'l WHITTAKER, Bugler;
Giles EASTERS, Sgt. absent on duty 24 Nov.
Jno. 1839.

PRIVATES

1. ANDERSON, Wade 40. POWELL, Jno.
2. ANDERSON, Owen 41. ROBERTSON, Lasa?
3. ALLMAN, T. T. 42. ROACH, Josiah
4. BOLTON, Thos. 43. RICKET, Jacob
5. BROWNING, Wm. 44. RACKLEY, ?
6. CLARK, B. 45. SMITH, Wm.
7. COUSFORD, Jno. R. 46. STOKES, Joshua
8. CHESNUT, Henry 47. STOKES, Jackson
9. CURRY, Jno. 48. SHEPHERD, Dan'l
10. DOWNING, Jno. 49. SWILLEY, Stephen, died 25
11. DAVIS, Wilborn Oct. 1839.
12. ENGLISH, Joshua 50. THOMAS, Wm.
13. EDWARDS, Leven 51. TISON, Noah
14. ESTERS, Henry 52. TISON, Benjamin
15. FUTCH, Isaac 53. TISON, Geo.
16. FLOWERS, Jno. 54. VICKERS, Stephen
17. GOODMAN, Mola 55. VICKERS, Washington
18. GORMAN, Richard, absent 56. WILLIS, Ephrom, absent from
on duty 11/24/1839. duty 14 Nov. 1839.
19. HARRELL, W. H. N. 57. WILLFORD, A. H.
20. HICKS, Dan'l 58. WILFORD, Jno.
21. HIGHSMITH, Sam'l 59. WILFORD, Abraham
22. HUMPHRIES, Sam'l 60. WOODS, A. J.
23. HOLLINS, James 61. WOODS, Wm. B.
24. HUMPHRIES, Alex. 62 WOODS, Wiley
25. HARRELL, Haywood 63. WOODS, Robt.
26. HIGH, Harman 64. YEOMANS, Jas.M., absent on
27. HIGHSMITH, Dan'l, duty 24 Nov.1839.
sick.
28. HARRELL, James
29. HUNT, Michael
30. JOHNSTON, Wm. N.
31. JEWELL, Jackson
32. JOHNSTON, George
33. KIRKLEN, Lawrence
34. KIRKLEN, D. L.
35. LEWIS, Wm.
36. LASTINGER, Wm.
37. McGILL, Roderick
38. MOTT, Paul
39. PROCTOR, Richard,
died 10/10/1839.









Vol.9, cont'd
PAGES 13-14


Muster Roll of Captain William M. Reed's Company of the 1st
Regiment, 2nd Brigade of Florida Militia, commanded by Col.
John Warren, ordered into service of the United States by his
Excellency Gov. Call from the 23rd day of September 1836 to
the 27th Day of January 1837.

At Fort Gilliland on 8 Apr. 1837, Wm. Reed, Capt. commanding
the Company, certified by signature tht the muster roll was
true, accurate and just. On the same date, L. B. Webster,
Capt., 1st Regt. of Art'y, by signature certified the muster
roll to be correct.

Remarks by W. J. Mills, Lt. Col., Comm'd 1st Battalion, 1st
Regt. F.M. in the U.S. Service: "Capt. Reed with Lts. Ross
and Hooker and a part of this company served in my Battalion
in Col. Pierce's Division of the Army and were distinguished
for correct and soldierly-like conduct, particularly at Wahoo
Swamp, November 21, 1836. Lt. Smiley was left in command of
the post at Ft. Reed and was unfortunately killed by the enemy
in this attack on Mr. Arthur Lykes house near that post on the
24th of Jan. 1837."

William M. REED, Capt., 1 servant, 2 horses on campaign.
James M. SMILEY, 1st Lt., 1 servant, 2 horses, killed by the
enemy 24 Jan. 1837 while commanding Fort Reed.
Seaborn J. ROSS, 2nd Lt., 1 servant, 2 horse on campaign.
William B. HOOKER, 3rd Lt., 1 servant, 2 horses on campaign.

William S. SPENCER, Ord. Sgt. Henry McCLELLAN, Corp'l
Thomas CARVER, Sgt. Daniel MORGAN, Corp'l
Henry SISTRUNK, Sgt. Ezekiel STAFFORD, Corp'l
George E. McCLELLAN, Sgt. Caleb GRIFFIN, Corp'l

PRIVATES

1. AWTRY. Fennel 14. EDWARDS, Henry
2. BEAVAN, John 15. EDWARDS, Moses
3. BANDY, Jessee, killed 16. GRIFFIN, William
8 Jan. 1837. 17. GODWIN, Allen
4. BREWER, James 18. H _?, James
5. BREWER, Burris 19. HILL, Stacey B.
6. BARBOUR, Samuel 20. HAIR, Wm. C.
7. CARAWAY, Elijah, Sr. 21. HAIRGROVE, William
8. CARAWAY, Elijah, Jr. 22. HOLDER, Joseph
9. CARVER, Wilson 23. HOLDER, Thomas
10. CARVER, William 24. HUNTER, John
11. CARVER, Elijah 25. HAIRGROVE, E.
12. CLEMONS, William 26. HALL, Sampson
13. CORBAN, James 27. HALL, Daniel









Vol. 9. pp 13-14, PRIVATES, cont'd


28. Stephen HALL 51. RAWLISON, Ichabod
29. HINSON, John 52. ROWLING, William
30. JENNINGS, George 53. SISTRUNK, Calvin
31. KELLY, Thomas 54. SISTRUNK, Gosper
32. HADOCK, Samuel 55. SWINCY, Henry L.
33. KENDRICK, E. T. 56. SMITH, Isaac
34. KEAN, Bryant 57. SMITH, Henry
35. McCLELLAND, And'w 58. STEWART, Daniel
36. McARDLE, Allen 59. SUMMERLIN, John
37. McARDLE, Abel G. 60. SHEPHERD, Dan'l H.
38. MILLS, Wm. Harris 61. TILLIS, Richard
39. MATTAIR, Henry 62. TILLIS, Willoughby
40. MARTIN, Lewis 63. TRAVIS, Isaac
42. MAYBRY, James 64. WILSON, John
43. MORGAN, Jackson 65. WILEY, Aldridge
44. O'NEIL, Douglas 66. WILLS, Isaac
45. OLIVER, Charles 67. WARREN, Benjamin
46. PARKER, John 68. WHITEHURST, John
47. PARKER, William 69. WORTHINGTON, Sam'l
48. PEARSON, Sam'l M. 70. WORTHINGTON, Sam'l H.
49. ROBERTS, Geo. W.
50. RUSSEAU, William, lost his
horse in campaign Dec.
1836.

PAGES 15-16

Muster Roll of Lieut. John G. Russ' Company of the 8th Regi-
ment, 1st Brigade of the Florida Mounted Militia, commanded
by Col. L. Brown, ordered into service of the United States
by Gov. R. Call from the 8th Day of Oct. 1837 to the 8th Day
of Jan. 1838. At Cowford on 8 Mar. 1838, John G. Russ, Lt.,
commanding the company, certified by signature that this mus-
ter roll is accurate, just, and true.

On the same date, D. H. VINTON (title unreadable) certified
by signature that he inspected the company and the muster
roll was accurate.

John G. RUSS, 1st Lt. John W. BUSH, 2nd Sgt.
Nathaniel MILLER, Corporal

PRIVATES

1. SPIKES, Matthew 7. BROOM, Paton, absent w/leave
2. SMITH, Jasper C. 8. CHASON, Henry, "
3. BROWN, John B. 9. CLARKSTON, Wm.
4. BOYT, Henry F. 10. COOK, John W.
5. BERNET, John 11. CARMICHAEL, Gilbert, absent
6. BROWN, Bartlet, absent with leave
with leave. 12. DENNARA, James









Vol. 9, pp 15-16. PRIVATES, cont'd


13. FERGUSON, John 25. OWENS, William
14. HUDSON?, Aaron 26. REGISTER, Bat.
15. LOVIT, Wm. 27. REGISTER, John
16. LASSITTER, J. B. 28. SPIKES, Josiah, absent
17. LASSITTER, Brinkley, Sr. with leave.
18. LASSITTER, Brinkley, Jr. 29. TAYLOR, Owen
19. MILLER, John 30. WHITAKER, Wm.
20. MAY, David 31. WOOD, Washington
21. McLINTIC?, Robert 32. PAIN, Isham
22. MILLER, Wm. 33. WILLIAMS, Daniel
23. MILLER, Lewis F. 34. CARPENTER, Wm. H.
24. MILLER, Lewis

PAGES 17-18

Muster Roll of Captain John G. Russ' Company of the 8th Regi-
ment, Brigade of Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. L.
Brown, ordered into service of the United States by the Gover-
nor of Florida, from the 12th day of March 1837 to the 12th
Day of September 1837.

On 8 Mar 1838 at Holms Valley Station, John G. Russ, Captain
commanding the company, verified by signature that this muster
was true, just and accurate. On the same date, D. H. Vinton
(title unreadable), also verified by signature that he had
mustered and inspected the company and certified the muster to
be true.

1. B. IRVIN, commanding the detachment, paid as Lieut.
1. John G. RUSS, Lt; drew but 1 ration; "
2. John W. BUSH, 1st Lt.
3. Silvester R. OTIS, 2d Lt.
4. Asbury F. BUSH, Ord. Sgt.
4. Washington WOOD, 2nd Sgt., discharged 9/12, pd as Corp'l.
6. Joseph D. BRETT, 3rd Sgt.
7. John GAINES? GAINER?, 4th Sgt., absent w/leave on 6 Apr.

PRIVATES

8. BRIGHT, Lucius M. 20. EVANS, Andrew J.
9. BRIGHT, Henry A. 21. EVANS, Sharpless
10. BUSH, Albert G. 22. FERGUSON, John
11. BOIT, Henry F. 23. FERGUSON, Alexander
12 BAINES, Lemuel C. 24. FINCH, Leonard
13. BROWN, John B. 25. HALL, Sam'l B.
14. COOK, John W. 26. JONES, Redden
15. __?, Henry 27. JONES, Wiley
16. unreadable 28. LASSITER, Jesse B.
17. 29. LOVETT, Wm. B.
18. DENMARK, James 30. LOCKEY, John P.
19. EVERETT, Miles 31. MILLER, John









Vol. 9, pp 17-18, PRIVATES, cont'd


32. MILLER, Ashley H. 44. REGISTER, John
33. MAY, Jessie 45. REGISTER, Gipson
34. MAY, David 46. RUSS, Samuel T.
35. MILLER, Nathaniel 47. PAIN, Isham
36. MILLER, William L. 48. ROCHE, Stephen J.
37. MILLER, Lewis 49. SPIKES, Matathew
38. MITCHELL, George W. 50. SPIKES, Josiah
39. MATTHIAS, John B. 51. SIKES, John
40. MORRIS, Sion 52. SMITH, Jasper
41. OWENS, William 53. TABOR, Washington
42. POLLACK, Hiram 54. WISE, James
43. REGISTER, Bartholomew 55. WILLILAMS, Daniel

PAGES 19-20

Muster Roll of Captain Stephen Richard's Company of the Mount-
ed Friendly Indians, 1st Brigade of the Florida Militia com-
manded by Gen'l Leigh Reid, ordered into service of the United
States by Gov. R. K. Call from the 15th Day of Oct. 1837 to
the 23rd Day of Apr. 1838. Company enrolled at Walkers Town,
Jackson County, Fla.

At Camp Relief 23 April 1838, Stephen Richards, Capt. command-
ing the company, by signature certified the muster roll to be
accurate, just, and true. At the same place and date, D. H,
Vinton, Inspector & Mustering Officer, certified by his signa-
ture that the muster roll was accurate.

Stephen RICHARDS, Capt. J. D. GILL, Sgt.
John J. RICHARDS, 1st Lt. W. RILEY, 1st Corp.l
John WALKER, 2d Lt. Wm. GOOD, Corp'l
John RICHARDS, 1st Sgt.

PRIVATES

1. BROWN, William 11. NEWCOMER, John
2. BRAY, Samuel 12. PERRYMAN, Thomas
3. CHARMICHAEL, Gilbert 13. RICHARDS, James, Sr.
4. CASEBURY, Martin 14. RICHARDS, James, Jr.
5. EVANS, R. B. 15. SESSIONS, James
6. FAIRLEY, James E. 16. WOOD, Jackson
7. GAY, Wm. 17. WOOD, Silas
8. GARSHAW, Anthony 18. SIMMONS, Wm. P.
9. LEONARD, Peter 19. BISON, J. H.
10 MANNING, Moses

FRIENDLY INDIANS served from 10/15 to 11/26/1837 and from
3/8 to 4/23/1838.

1. Capt Billy or _OT COUR HAIGO 3. Jim WALKER
2. Charley WALKER 4. John MEALEY









Vol. 9, pp 19-20, FRIENDLY INDIANS, cont'd


5. Euchouville 28. Tom FOBBY
6. Levy, killed 4/16/1838. 29. Wm? FOBBY
7. Davy 30. To, or Capt. Billy
8. Col. Toney 31. Hawkins
9. Sarnsey 32. George PERRYMAN
10. Heischa 33. Josee
11. Po--?-- 34. Fo Load Kee
12. Loces Tie 35. Davy Chopka
13. Eat Cotto 36. Tailer
14. Black John 37. Bob
15. Chebon Lusta 38. Oak Nos Kee
16. Samse Leved 39. Cosi (rest unreadable)
17. Jimmy 40. Sledge
18. Somma 41. Isaac Yellow Hair
19. Spanish John 42. Friday
20. Amotto 43. Old Tommy
21. Tepikes 44. Jake, killed 1/1/1838.
22. No Co Ceola 45. M. Lousa or Davy
23. Nit Tie 2? 46. Tommy
24. Sumpkai 47. Big Davy
25. Chebon Loceli 48. Wilsin
26. Johnny Chopka 49. Black Billy
27. Madison

PAGES 21-22

Muste Roll of Capt Arthur Roberts' Company of the 1st Regiment
Brigade of Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. Jno War-
ren, ordered into service of the United States by Maj. Gen'l
Alex. McComb from the 3rd Day of May 1839 to the 2nd Day of
November 1839.

At Fort Warren, E.F. on 1 Nov. 1839, Arthur Roberts, Capt., by
signature certified the muster roll to be true, just and ac-
curate. On the same date and place, by signature, Lieutenant
J. W. Anderson, 2nd Inf., Inspector & Mustering Officer, cer-
tified the muster roll to be accurate.

Arthur ROBERTS, Capt. Zachariah ROBERTS, Sgt.
S. L. SPARKMAN, 1st Lt. William OSTEEN, Sgt.
Cader HANDCOCK, 2nd Lt., absent Thos. WEEKS, Sgt.
sick. Allen WEEKS, Corp.
W. T. NIBLACK, 1st Sgt. since Wm. H. BROOKS, Corp.
5/28/1839. Jas. OSTEEN, Corp.
L. R. ROBERTS, Corp.

PRIVATES

1. BARCO, Daniel 4. BARCO, Joseph
2. BROOKS, James 5. BARCO, Stephen
3. BROOKS, Joseph. 6. CLIFTON, Jonathan









Vol. 9, pp 21-22, PRIVATES, cont'd


7. CLARK, Cader 29. OSTEEN, Hezekiah
8. COMBS, John 30. OSTEEN, Lander
9. COTTLE, Reuben 31. OSTEEN, Reuben
10. CASON, Bartholomew 32. OSTEEN, Alien
11. DELANEY, John 33. PARRISH, William
12. GUARDNER, John 34. PARRISH, Oden
13. GASKINS, Thomas, absent 35. PREVATT, John M.
sick. 36. PREVATT, John
14. GARRY, Benjamin, absent 37. PREVATT, Reuben
sick. 38. PEARCE, John
15. GARRY, Ashley, absent 39. ROBERTS, Ali
sick. 40. SPARKMAN, Stephen, Sr.
16. HANDCOCK, Martin 41. SPARKMAN, N. W.
17. HANDCOCK, James 42. SPARKMAN, E.B.
18. HANDCOK, Durham 43. SPARKMAN, Stephen, Jr.
19. HANDCOCK, Littleton 44. STAFFORD, Edmund
20. LANCASTER, George W. 45. SMITH, Nathan
21. MARCUM, William 46. TUCKER, Lewis M.
22. MARCUM, John 47. WEEKS, Edward
23. MATTHEWS, John 48. WEEKS, Zachariah
24. MIZELL, David 49. WEEKS, Silas
25. NIBLACK, Joel 50. WEEKS, Barnett
26. NIBLACK, John 51. WILLIAMS, Edward
27. NIBLACK, Samuel 52. WILLIAMS, Thomas
28. OSTEEN, John, absent 53. WILLIAMS, Jacob
sick. 54. WEEKS, James
55. YOUNGBLOOD, Robert

KILLED: James OSTEEN, 1st Sgt., d. 28 May 1839.

PAGES 23-24

Muster Roll of Captain Arthur Roberts' Company of the 1st Reg-
iment of Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. Jno. War-
ren, ordered into service of the United States by Maj. Gen'l
Alec McComb for six months, unless sooner discharged.

At Fort Call, Ellis Plantation, Columbia County, E.F. on 3 May
1839, by signature, Arthur Roberts, Capt. commanding the com-
pany, certified the muster roll to be accurate, just, and
true. On the same date and place, H. W. Wessells, 1st Lt. 2nd
Inf., Inspector & Mustering Officer, certified the muster roll
to be accurate.

Arthur ROBERTS, Capt. Thomas WEEKS, 4th Sgt.
S. L. SPARKMAN, 1st Lt. Allen WEEKS, 1st Corp'l
Cader HANCOCK, 2nd Lt. Wm. H. BROOKS, 2nd Corp'l
James GREEN, 1st Sgt. Ord. James OSTEEN, 3rd Corp'l
Zachariah ROBERTS, 2nd Sgt. _? N. ROBERTS, 4th Corp'l
Wm. OSTEEN, 3d Sgt.









Vol. 9, PP 23-24, cont'd

PRIVATES

1. BARCO, Daniel 29. OSTEEN, Jno.
2. BROOKS, James 30. OSTEEN, Hezekiah
3. BROOKS, Joseph 31. OSTEEN, Leander
4. BARCO, Joseph 32. OSTEEN, Reuben
5. BARCO, Stephen 33. OSTEEN, Allen
6. CLIFTON, Johnathan 34. PARRISH, Wm.
7. CLARK, Cader 35. PARRISH, Oden
8. COMBS, John 36. PREVATT, Jno. M.
9. COTTLE, Reuben 37. PREVATT, Jno.
10. CASON, Bartholew 38. PREVATT, Reuben
11. DELLANY, Jno., not.seen. 39. PRICE, John
12. CARDNER, Jno. 40. ROBERTS, All
13. GASKINS, Thos. 41. SPARKMAN, Stephen
14. GANEY, Benj. 42. SPARKMAN, M. K.
15. GANEY, Ashley 43. SPARKMAN, E. B.
16. HANCOCK, Martin 44. SPARKMAN, Steph'n, Jr.
17. HANCOCK, James, not seen. 45. STAFFORD, Edmund
18. HANCOCK, Dun 46. SMITH, Nathan
19. HANCOCK, Littleton 47. TUCKER, Lewis M.
20. LANCASTER, G. W. 48. WEEKS, Edward
21. MARKHAM, Wm. 49. WEEKS, Zachariah
22. MARKHAM, Jno. 50. WILLIAMS, Edward
23. MATTHEWS, Jno. 51. WEEKS, Silas
24. MIZELL, David 52. WEEKS, James
25. NIBLACK, Joel 53. WILLIAMS, Thos.
26. NIBLACK, W. T. 54. WILLIAMS, Jacob
27. NIBLACK, Jno. 55. WEEKS, Barnett, not seen
28. NIBLACK, Sam'l 56 YOUNGBLOOD, Robert

PAGES 25-26

Muster Roll of Capt. Arthur Roberts' Company of the 1st Regi-
ment Brigade of Florida Mounted Volunteers commanded by Col.
John Warren, ordered into service of the United States by
Brig.-Gen'l Z. Taylor from the 1st Day of November 1839 to the
1st Day of May 1840.

At Ft. Warren on 1 Nov.1839, Arthur Roberts, Capt. commanding
the company by signature certified the muster roll to be ac-
curate, just and true. J. W. Anderson, Lt., Inspector & Mus-
tering Officer, certified by his signature that the muster
roll was true and accurate.

Arthur ROBERTS, Capt. William OSTEEN, 4th Sgt.
S. L. SPARKMAN, 1st Lt. Lewis M. TUCKER, Corp'l
Edmond STAFFORD, 2nd Lt. Hezekiah OSTEEN, Corp'l
Robt. YOUNGBLOOD, Ord. Sgt. Cader CLARK, Corp'l
Zachariah ROBERTS, 2nd Sgt. Reuben OSTEEN, Corp'l
John MATTHEWS, 3rd Sgt.









Vol. 9, pp 25-26, cont'd

PRIVATES

1. BARCO, Daniel 35. PARRISH, John S.
2. BARCO, Stephen 36. PARRIS, Hiram
3. BARCO, Joseph 37. PEARCE, William
4. BROOKS, James 38. PEARCE, John
5. BROOKS, Joseph 39. PREVATT, John M.
6. COTTLE, Reuben 40. PREVATT, John
7. CLIFTON, Jonathan 41. PREVATT, Reuben
8. COMBS, John 42. ROBERTS, Ali
9. COMBS, William 43. ROBERTS, L. R.
10. DELANEY, John 44. ROBERTS, Asa
11. GARDNER, John 45. SPARKMAN, Stephen, Sr.
12. GIBBONS, Charles 46. SPARKMAN, N. K.
13. GASKINS, Fisher 47. SPARKMAN, E. B.
14. GASKINS, Jordan 48. SPARKMAN, Stephene, Jr.
15. JONES, David 49. THOMAS, Allen
16. LANCASTER, G. W. 50. THOMAS, Wm. O.
17. MARCUM, William 51. THOMAS, Jessee
18. MARCUM, John 52. THOMAS, Nicholas
19. MIZELL, Joshua 53. VINSANT, William
20. MIZELL, Morgan 54. VINSANT, Berry
21. MOODY, William 55. WEEKS, Silas
22. MOODY, Benjamin 56. WEEKES, Thomas
23. MOODY, Thomas 57. WEEKS, Allen
24. MOODY, John B. 58. WEEKS, Edward
25. MOODY, Enoch 59. WEEKS, Zachariah
26. MIZELL, David 60. WEEKS, Barnett
27. NIBLACK, Samuel 61. WEEKS, Theophilus
28. OSTEEN, Leander 62. WEEKS, John
29. OSTEEN, John A. 63. WEEKS, Ezekiel
30. OSTEEN, John 64. WEEKS, James
31. OSTEEN, James 65. WILLIAMS, Edward
32. OSTEEN, Shadrack 66. WILLIAMS, Thomas
33. PARRISH, William 67. WILLIAMS, Jacob
34. PARRISH, William C. 68. CASON, Bartholomew

PAGES 27-28

Muster Roll of Capt. Arthur Roberts' Company of the 1st Regt.,
Brigade of Florida Mounted Militia, ordered into service of
the United States by Brvt. Brig-Gen'l Z. Taylor from the 1st
Day of Nov. 1839 to the 1st Day of May 1840 when discharged.

At Newnansville, E.F. on 1 May 1840, Arthur Roberts, Capt.
commanding the company, by signature certified the muster roll
to be accurate, just and true. On the same date and place,
S. Churchill, Maj. 3rd Art'y, by signature certified he had
examined the muster roll and minutely examined the company and
honorably discharged the company from the service of the
United States.









Vol. 9, pp 27-28, cont'd


Arthur ROBERTS, Capt. Hezekiah OSTEEN, Cpl, sick,
S. L. SPARKMAN, 1st Lt. absent w/leave.
Edward STAFFORD, 2nd Lt. Reuben COTTLE, Cpl, appt.
Robert YOUNGBLOOD, Sgt. 1/14/40 vice C. CLARK,
Zachariah ROBERTS, Sgt., sick discharged.
& absent from 3/1 Bartholomew CASON, Cpl. ap-
John MATTHEWS, Sgt. pointed 1/14/1840 vice R.
William OSTEEN, Sgt. OSTEEN, discharged.
Lewis M. TUCKER, Cpl

PRIVATES

1. BARCO, Dan'l, absent 38, ROBERTS, Asa
w/leave from 5/1. 39. SPARKMAN, Stephen, Sr.
2. BARCO, Joseph 40. SPARKMAN, N. K.
3. BROOKS, James 41. SPARKMAN, Stephen, Jr.
4. BROOKS, Joseph 42. THOMAS, Alien
5. CLIFTON, Jonathan 43. THOMAS, William 0.
6. COMBS, William 44. THOMAS, Jesse
7. DELANEY, John 45. THOMAS, Nicholas
8. GARDNER, John 46. VINCENT, William
9. GIBBONS, Charles 47. VINCENT, Berry
10. GASKINS, Fisher 48. WEEKS, Silas
11. GASKINS, Jordan 49. WEEKS, Thomas
12. JONES, David 50. WEEKS, Allen
13. MARCUM, John 51. WEEKS, Edward
14. MIZELE, Joshua 52. WEEKS, Zachariah
15. MIZELE, Morgan 53. WEEKS, Barnett
16. MOODY, William 54. WEEKS, John
17. MOODY, Benjamin 55. WEEKS, James
18. MOODY, Thomas 56. WILLIAMS, Edward
19. MOODY, John R. 57. WILLIAMS, Jacob
20. MOODY, Enoch M. *58. CLARK, Cader, Cpl
21. MIZELE, David, sick, *59. OSTEEN, Reuben, Cpl
absent w//eave. 60. BARCO, Stephen, Pvt.
22. NIBLACK, Samuel *61. COMBS, John, Pvt.
23. OSTEEN, Leander *62. MARCUM, William, Pvt.
24. OSTEEN, John A. *63. PARISH, Hiram, Pvt.
25. OSTEEN, John *64. SPARKMAN, E. R., Pvt.
26. OSTEEN, James *65. WEEKS, Theophilus, Pvt.
27. OSTEEN, Shadrack *66. WEEKS, Ezekiel, Pvt.
28. PARRISH, William *67. WILLIAMS, Thomas. Pvt.
29. PARRISH, Wm. C.
30. PARRIS, John S. *All discharged 1/13 for desert-
31. PEARCE, William ing wagon train, order of Gen';
32. PEARCE, John Taylor.
33. PREVATT, John M.
34. PREVATT, John DEAD: G. W. LANCASTER, Pvt.,
35. PREVATT, Reuben died 1 Dec. at Fort
36. ROBERTS, Ali Macomb.
37. ROBERTS, Z. R.









Vol. 9, pp 29-30, PRIVATES, cont'd


46. STAFFORD, Nathaniel, 55. WEEKS, James
abs. w/leave from 4/8. 56. WEEKS, Thomas
47. SINGLETARY, John 57. WEEKS, William
48. TURNER, P. Moses 58. WEEKS, David
49. TINGOL, Nehemiah, sick 59. WEEKS, Archibald
near Alligator. 60. WEEKS, Samuel W.
50. TATOM, George 61. WEEKS, John, Sr.
51. THOMAS, Isaiah 62. WEEKS, John, Jr.
52. VINSANT, James 63. WEEKS, Silas
53. VINSANT, William 64. WEEKS, Zachariah
54. WILKINSON, Joseph

PAGES 31-32

Muster Roll of Captain Arthur Roberts' Company of the 2nd Regt
Brigade of Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. F. L.
Dancey, ordered into service of the United States by the Sec'y
of War from the 5th Day of March 1841 to the 5th Day of June
1841.

At Lancaster, Alligator Settlement, E.F. on 5 Mar. 1841, Art-
hur Roberts, Capt. commanding the company certified by signa-
ture that the muster roll was accurate, just, and true in ev-
ery particular. On the same date and place, S. Churchill, Maj
3rd Art'y, Inspector and Mustering Officer, certified by sig-
nature tht the muster roll was accurate.

Arthur ROBERTS, Capt. Jacob DAVIS, Corp'l
Benjamin MOODY, 1st Lt. W. C. PASS, Cor'l
Joshua MOZELL, 2nd Lt. Abraham OSTEEN, Corp'l
Lewis B. DAVIS, 1st Sgt. Madison WEEKS, Corp'l
Abel COWART, Sgt. Leander OSTEEN, Bugler
C. W. CASON, Sgt. Christian ARMILONG, Bugler
H. E. OSTEEN, Sgt.

PRIVATES

1. BENNET, John 15. EDENFIELD, Eli
2. BROOKS, James 16. GIBBONS, William
3. BRYANT, Langley 17. HUNTER, Elijah
4. BRADFORD, George 18. HANCOCK, Durham
5. BRYANT, John 19. HART, W. J.
6. CHESHIRE, Amos 20. HILL, Stacy B.
7. CARVER, Vinson 21. HERN, David A.
8. CARVER, Wilson 22. JONES, John
9. CASON, Lawrence 23. JERKINS, James
10. DALTZELL, Peter 24. KEEN, A. J.
11. DOUGLAS, Alex'r 25. KIRBY, Archibald
12. DANIELS, Elam 26. LONG, Levi
13. DANIELS, Aaron 27. LONG, Joseph
14. DAVIS, Peter H. 28. LEIGH, William









Vol. 9, cont'd
PAGES 29-30

Muster Roll of Cap. Arthur Roberts' Company of the 2nd Regt.
Brigade of Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. F. L.
Dancey, ordered into the service of the United States by the
Secretary of War from the 5th Day of March 1841 to the 9th Day
of April 1841 when discharged.

On 9 Apr. 1841 at Alligator, E.F., Arthur Roberts, Capt. com-
manding the company, by signature certified the muster roll to
be accurate, just and true. On the same date and place, Maj.
S. Churchill, 3d Art'y, certified by signature that he had in-
spected the company and hereby honorably discharged them from
the service of the United States.

Arthur ROBERTS, Capt., kept in service a servant and 2 horses.
Benj. MOODY, 1st Lt., kept in service a servant and 2 horses.
Joshua MIZELL, 2nd Lt., kept in service a servant and 2 horses

L. B. DAVIS, 1st Sgt. Abraham OSTEEN, Cpl, sick at Ft.
Abel COWART, Sgt. Walker from Apr. 4.
C. W. CASON, Sgt. Madison WEEKS, Cpl.
H. E. OSTEEN, Sgt. Leander OSTEEN, Bugler, sick at
Jacob DAVIS, Cpl Alligator from Apr. 8.
W. C. PASS, Cpl. Christian ARMSTRONG, Bugler

PRIVATES

1. BENNET, John 24. KEEN, A. J.
2. BROOKS, Jas. 25. KIRBY, Arch'd
3. BRYANT, Langley 26. LONG, Levi
4. BRADFORD, Geo. 27. LONG, Joseph, absent w/leave
5. BRYANTT, John from 4/6.
6. CHESHIRE, Amos 28. LEIGH, William
7. CARVER, Vinson, sick at 29. LOCKLAIR, Elijah
Alligator from 4/5 30. LOCKLAIR, Joseph
8. CARVER, Wilson 31. LOCKLAIR, William
9. CASON, Lawrence 32. MARCUM, John
10. DELTZELL, Peter, absent 33. MARCUM, William
w/leave from 4/6 34. MOSLEY, William
11. DOUBLAS, Alex. 35. MEDLIN, Willis
12. DANIELS, Elam 36. NIBLACK, Samuel
13. DANIELS, Aaron 37. OSTEEN, Wm. A.
14. DAVIS, Peter H. 38. PETERSON, William
15. EDENFIELD, Eli 39. PARISH, John S.
16. GIBBONS, William 40. PARISH, W. H.
17. HUNTER, Elijah 41. PARISH. H. K.
18. HANCOCK, Durham 42. PREVATT, John
19. HART, W. J. 43. RYAN, W. P., absent w/leave
20. HILL, Stacy B. from 4/6.
21. HERN, David A. 44. RUMPH, Charles
22. JONES, John 45. SINGLETARY, Joseph
23. JERKINS, James









Vol. 9, pp 31-32, PRIVATES, cont'd


29. LOCKLAIR, Elijah 47. SINGLETARY, John
30. LOCKLAIR, Joseph 48. TURNER, Moses
31. LOCKLAIR, William 49. TINDOL, Nehemiah
32. MARCUM, John 50. TATOM, George
33. MARCUM, William 51. THOMAS, Isaiah
34. MOSLEY, William 52. VINSANT, James
35. MEDLIN, Willis 53. VINSANT, William
36. NIBLACK, Samuel 54. WILKINSON, Joseph
37. OSTEEN, William A. 55. WEEKS, James
38. PATTERSON, William 56. WEEKS, Thomas
39. PARISH, John S. 57. WEEKS, William
40. PARISH, W. H. 58. WEEKS, David
41. PARISH, H. K. 59. WEEKS, Arch'd
42. PREVATT, John 60. WEEKS, Sam'l W.
43. RYAN, Wm. P. 61. WEEKS, John, Sr.
44. RUMPH, Charles 62. WEEKS, John, Jr.
45. SINGLETARY, Joseph 63. WEEKS, Silas
46. STAFFORD, Nath'l 64. WEEKS, Zachariah

PAGES 33-34

Muster Roll of Capt. Arthur Roberts' Company of the 2nd Regt.
Brigade of the Florida Mounted Militia commanded by Col. F. L.
Dancey ordered into service of the United States by the Secre-
tary of War from the 29th Day of November 1840 to the 28th Day
of February 1841.

At Lancaster, Alligator Settlement, E.F., on 29 Nov. 1840, Ar-
thur Roberts, Capt. commanding the company, certified by his
signature that the muster roll was accurate, just and true.
At same place and on the same date, S. Churchill, Maj. 3rd
Art'y by signature certified that he had mustered and inspect-
ed the company and the muster roll was true and accurate.

Arthur ROBERTS, Capt. Reuben COTTLE, Corp'l
Benjamin MOODY, 1st Lt. Hezekiah OSTEEN, Corp'l
Elias WALKER, 2d Lt. Nehemiah TINDOL, Corp'l
John OSTEEN, 1st Sgt. Levi LONG, Corp'l
Lewis B. DAVIS, Sgt. Abraham OSTEEN, Bugler
Zach'h WEEKS, Sgt. Leander OSTEEN, Bugler
A, J, KEEN, Sgt.

PRIVATES

1. ARMILONG, Christ'n 8. COWART, Abel
2. BENNET, John 9. COLLINS, C.E.W.
3. BROOKS, James 10. CORBIN, James
4. BRYANT, John 11. DALZELL, Peter
5. BRYANT, Langley 12. DANIELS, Elam
6. CASON, Bartholomew 13. DANIELS, Aaron
7. CLARK, Cader 14. DAVIS, Jacob









Vol. 9, pp 33-34, PRIVATES, cont'd


15. DAVIS, Peter M. 40. PARISH, John S.
16. DAVIDSON, John 41. PREVATT, John
17. DOUGLAS, Alex'r 42. RAULESON, Ind'pt
18. GARNER, James 43. RAULESON, William
19. HART, Wm. J. 44. REED, Daniel
20. HANCOCK, Durham 45. ROBERTS, Z. R.
21. HAZLE, Allen 46. RUTLEDGE, John
22. JERKINS, James 47. RYAN, W. P.
23. JONES, Jno. A. 48. SPARKMAN, E. R.
24. JONES, David H. 49. TATOM, George
25. LEE, William 50. THOMAS, Isah
26. LONG, Joseph 51. VINSANT, William
27. LOCKLAIR, Wm. 52. VINSANT, James
28. LOCKLAIR, Elijah 53. WALKER, Elisha
29. MARCUM, William 54. WEEKS, James
30. MARCUM, John 55. WEEKS, Thomas
31. MEDLIN, Willis 56. WEEKS, Archibald
32. MOZELL, Joshua 57. WEEKS, Silas
33. MOSLEY, William 58. WEEKS, Samuel W.
34. MORSING, Joseph 59. WEEKS, John, Sr.
35. NIBLACK, Samuel 60. WEEKS, John, Jr.
36. OSTEEN, Wm. A. 61. WEEKS, Madison
37. PARISH, W. H. 62. WILLIAMS, Edward
38. PARISH, Oden 63. WILLIAMS, Jacob
39. PARISH, H. K. 64. WILKINSON, Joseph


PAGES 35-36


Muster Roll of Capt. Arthur Roberts' Company of the 2nd Regi-
ment, Brigade of Florida Mounted Militia commanded by Col. F.
L. Dancey, ordered into service of the United States by the
Secretary of War from the 29th Day of Nov. 1840 to the 5th
Day of Mar. 1841.

At Lancaster, Alligator Settlement, on 5 Mar. 1841, Arthur Ro-
berts, Capt. commanding the company certified by signature the
muster roll to be accurate, just, and true. On the same date
and place, S. Churchill, Maj. 3rd Art'y, Inspector & Mustering
Officer, certified by signature that he inspected and honor-
ably discharged the company.

Arthur ROBERTS, Capt. Reuben COTTLE, Corp'l
Benjamin MOODY, 1st Lt. Hezekiah, OSTEEN, Corp'l
Elias WALKER, 2nd Lt. Nehemiah TINDOL, Corp'l
John D. OSTEEN, Sgt. Levi LONG, Corp'l
Lewis B. DAVIS, Sgt. Abraham OSTEEN, Bugler
Zachariah WEEKS, Sgt. Leander OSTEEN, Bugler
A. J. KEEN, Sgt.










Vol. 9, pp 35-36, cont'd

PRIVATES

1. ARMILONG, Christian 33. MORSING, Joseph
2. BENNET, John 34. NIBLACK, Samuel
3. BROOKS, James 35. OSTEEN, W. A.
4. BRYANT, John 36. PARISH, W. H.
5. BRYANT, Langley 37. PARISH, Oden
6. CASON, Bartholomew 38. PARISH, H. K.
7. CLARK, Cader 39. PARISH, Jno. S.
8. COWART, Abel 40. PREVATT, John
9. COLLINS, C. E. W. 41. RAULESON, Ind'pt
10. DALTZELL, Peter 42. RAULESON, William
11. DANIELS, Elam 43. REED, Daniel
12. DANIELS, Aaron 44. ROBERTS, Z. R.
13. DAVIS, Jacob 45. RUTLEGE, John
14. DAVIS, Peter H. 46. RYAN, W. P.
15. DAVIDSON, John 47. SPARKMAN, E. B.
16. DOUGLAS, Alex'r 48. TATOM, George
17. GARNER, James 49. THOMAS, Isaiah
18. HART, W. J. 50. VINSANT, William
19. HANCOCK, Durham 51. VINSANT, James
20. HAZLE, Allen 52. WALKER, Elisha
21. JERKINS, James 53. WEEKS, James
22. JONES, John A. 54. WEEKS, Thomas
23. JONES, David H. 55. WEEKS, Archibald
24. LEE, William 56.,WEEKS, Silas
25. LONG, Joseph 57. WEEKS, Samuel W.
26. LOCKLAIR, William 58. WEEKS, John, Sr.
27. LOCKLAIR, Elijah 59. WEEKS, John, Jr.
28. MARCUM, William 60. WEEKS, Madison
29. MARCUM, John 61. WILLIAMS, Edward
30. MEDLIN, Willis 62. WILLIAMS, Jacob
31. MOZELL, Joshua 63. WILKINSON, Joseph
32. MOSLEY, William

DEAD: James CORBIN, killed 7 Dec. 1840 by a white man in a
quarrel near Alligator.


PAGES 37-38

Muster Roll of Captain Andrew Robb's Company of Florida Mount-
ed Militia, ordered into service of the United States by the
Secretary of War from the 15th Day of Oct. 1840 to the 18th
Day of Jan. 1841 when discharged.

On 18 Jan. 1841 at Fort McComb, M.F., Andrew Robb, Captain
commanding the company, certified the muster roll to be accur-
ate, just and true. At the same place and date, Maj. S. Chur-
chill, Inspector & Mustering Officer, certified the muster
roll to be accurate and honorably discharged the company.









Vol 9, pp 37-38, cont'd

Andrew ROBB, Captain E. B. FRANCIS, Corp'l
John H. HECK, 1st Lt. Lewis WYBELL, Corp'l
William HALL, 2nd Lt. James McCULLOUGH, Corp'l
John BURKE, 1st Sgt. George FULLER, Corp'l
Dennis McCAFFERTY, Sgt. George WENTZ, Bugler
P. McGRATH, Sgt. Richard WENTZ, Bugler
John SAEBRY, Sgt.
PRIVATES

1. ANSFIELD, Thomas 44. SOBEEK, John
2. BLACK, William 45. TAYLOR, James
3. BERTELL, Joseph 46. TRAINER, William
4. BELL, James 47. TIPPENS, George W.
5. BOWMAN, John 48. TROLL, Norris
6. BOROWSKI, Alex'r 49. THOMAS, Christian
7. BURNS, Hugh 50. URBANOWSKI, Mich.
8. CASE, Patrick 51. VULK?, Augustine
9. CASHMAN, Patrick 52. WARD, William
10. CAVANAUGH, Andrew 53. WARREN, George
11. COGLEY, L. 54. WATSON, Phillip
12. CROSBY, James 55. WENTZ, H. H.
13, COURN, John 56. WHITE, James
14. DAWSON, William 57. WILSON, Thomas
15. DOUGHERTY, John
16. FUCCEIR, F. W. DESERTED: James CARVILL
17. FANNING, Peter
18. FUNK, L. B. DISCHARGED:
19. GREEN, Thomas William PITCHELL, to join his
20. GOOGLEMAN, John escort.
21. HART, Ezra Thomas HEMEFELLO, to join his
22. HINSDALE, Thomas escort.
23. HOLMES, Filden Robert TALBOT, for sleeping on
24. HOWARD, William his post.
25.. KEMELEN, Daniel James WARDLAW, to join his
26. KIRK, Thomas A. escort.
27. KONDRAWBOWITZ, Joseph
28. MARKOWSKI, L. DEAD: John PINNER, shot by a
29. MARSKI, D. G. man of the company; not on
30. MILLER, James duty, Fort MaComb.
31. MILLER, Harmon
32. MORRIS, Jacob
33. McCONNELL, Wm.
34. McCORMICK, John
35. McDERMONT, John
36. NORTON, Edward
37. PAIN, R. L.
38. RADWANSKI, Jacob
39. REDDING, William
40. RILEY, James
41. ROSS, Lorenzo
42. ROWLEY, Samuel
43. SPADE, Frederick









Vol. 9, cont'd
PAGES 39-40

Muster Roll of Captain Andrew Robb's Company of the Florida
Mounted Militia, ordered into service of the United States by
the Secretary of War, from the 15th Day of Oct. 1840 to the
15th Day of January 1841.

On 15 Oct 1840, at Garey's Ferry, E.F., John H. Heck, 1st Lt
certified that the muster was true and accurate and at the
same place, S. Churchill, Maj. 3d Art'y, certified that he
had inspected and mustered the company into the service of the
U.S. for the period of three months.

Andrew ROBB, Captain, sick.
John H. HECK, 1st Lt.
William HALL, 2nd Lt.
E. S. BURKE, Sgt. from Pvt. 9/20
J. M. GRATH, Sgt. from Pvt. 9/20; ordered to Ft. Walker 10/7.
John SABREY, Sgt.
E. B. FRANCIS, Corporal
Lewis WYBELL, Corporal
James McCULLOUGH, Corporal
George FULLER, Corp'l, from Pvt. 9/20
George WERNTZ, Bugler
Richard WERNTZ, Bugler

PRIVATES

1. ANSFIELD, Thomas 26. KIRK, Thomas A.
2. BLACK, William 27. KONDRATOWITZ, Joseph
3. BERTELL, Joseph 28. MAKOWSKI, S.
4. BELL, James 29. MARSKI, D.
5. BOWMAN, John 30. MILLER, James
6. BOROWSKI, Alex'r 31. MILLER, Harmon
7. BURNS, Hugh 32. MORRIS, Jacob
8. CASE, Patrick 33. McCAFFERTY, Dennis
9. CASHMAN, Patrick 34. McCONNELL, William
10. CAVANAUGH, Andrew 35. McCORMIC, John
11. CRAVILL, James 36. McDERMONT, John
12. COGLEY, S. 37. NORTEN, Edward
13. CROSBY, James 38. PAIN, R. L.
14. COURN, John 39. PINNER, John
15. DAWSON, William 40. PITCHELL, William, escort to
16. DOUGHERTY, John Maj. Churchill.
17. FUCCER, W. 41. RADWANSKI, Jacob.
18. FANNING, Peter 42. REDDING, William
19. FUNK, S. B. 43. RILEY, James
20. GREEN, Thomas 44. ROSS, Lorenzo
21. GOOGLEMAN, John NOTE: Nos. 45 through 55 were
22. HART, Esia taped over and difficult to
23. HINSDALE, Thomas read.
24. HOLMES, Tilden
25. KEMELIN, Daniel









Vol. 9, pp 39-40, PRIVATES, cont'd


45. ROWLEY, Samuel 55. URBANOWSKI, Michael
46. SPADE, Frederick 56. VULK, Augustine
47. SHEMETELLO?, Thomas 57. WARD, William
48. SOBEEK, John 58. WARREN, George
49. TAYLOR, James 59. WATSON, Phillip
50. unreadable 60. WERNTZ, H. H.
51. TRAINER, William 61. WHITE, James
52. TIPPINS, George W. 62. WILSON, Thomas
53. TROLL, Morris 63. ZACHARCHUK, T.
54. THOMAS, Christian 64. WARDLAW, James

PAGES 41-42

Muster Roll of Lieut. Wm. D. Rose's Company of the 8th Regt.
2nd Brigade of Florida Mounted Militia commanded by Col. L.
Brown, ordered into service of the United States by Gov. Call
from the 12th day of Mar. 1837 to the 12th day of May 1837.

At Eucheanna on 8 Mar. 1838, Lt. W. D. Rose certified the mus-
ter to be true and accurate. D. H. Vinton, Insp. & Must. Off.
certified on same date and place the muster to be accurate.

W. D. ROSE, 1st Lieut. Stephen COOLEY, Sgt.

PRIVATES

1. EZELL, Lonz. 9. PITMAN, Thos.
2. EZELL, John 10. TURNER, Allen
3. FENNELL, Dempsy 11. TURNER, Joseph
4. JENNINGS, John 12. KROMIKEL, Wm.
5. HAVEN, Joseph 13. BUSH, David
6. HABERSHAM, Mund. 14. McCASKILL, Angus
7. KEITH, William 15. WARD, Elijah
8. McDAVID, John 16. PITMAN, James


PAGES 43-44

Muster Roll of Captain F. J. Ross' Company of the 1st Regiment
2nd Brigade of Florida Mounted Militia ("Old Greys") commanded
by Col. John Warren, ordered into service of the United States
by Maj. Gen'l Thos. Jesup from the 27th day of Jan. 1837 for a
period of six months, unless sooner discharged.

At Ft. Reed on 29 Mar. 18387, F. J. Ross, Capt. certified this
muster to be accurate, just and true. On same date and place
Capt. L. B. WE__? 1, 1st Art'y also certified the muster roll
as true and accurate.

Note: Descriptions of horses owned by the men follow names.










Vol 9, pp 43-44, cont'd


Francis J. ROSS, Capt.,1 servant; sorrel horse & black horse.
Joseph BRYANT, 1st., 1 servant; bay horse & bay mare.
David SISTRUNK, 2nd Lt., 1 servant; grey horse & sorrel mare.

Solomon HALL, Sgt.,bay mare. John MOBLEY, Cpl, wh. horse.
William DAY, sorrel horse. Absolam SMITH, sor'l "
John G. SMITH," bay horse. Bunyan MATTHEWS, Cpl. bay
George JENNINGS, Cpl, bay horse.
John MOBLEY, Cpl, white horse. Benj. MOODY, bay horse.

PRIVATES

1. BASSETT, Eli, bay mare. 40. SISTRUNK, Wm. sor'l mare
2. BAKER, Elisha, sorrel mare. 41. SAUNDERS, Hiram, bay
3. BRYAN, Nath'l, grey horse, horse.
4. BRYAN, Travis, bay horse. 42. SMITH, Edmund M., brown
5. CASON, Andrew, blanked out, horse.
6. CUMMINGS, John, 43. SUTTON, John, brn. horse
7. CHISIM, W., 44. SOLES, Timothy, bay mare
8. CASON, Willis, 45. TURNER, Moses, Jr., grey
9. CHISHIM, John, mare.
10. CORBIN, Mose, brown horse. 46. TURNER, Moses, Sr., bay
11. DEACON, Nath'l, bay mare.
12. DUNCAN, James, mare 47. WHITEHURST, Dan'l, bay
13. DUNCAN, W. J., black horse mare.
14. DOUGLAS, Seabon, bay 48. WHITTEN, James,bay horse
15. HALL, Nathan, brown 49. WADSWORTH, Sam'l "
16. HALL, Joseph, sorrel 50. WILSON, Joseph, roan
17. HALL, Daniel, white 51. WHITEHURST, John, bay
18. HALL, JAMES, bay mare.
19. JOHNS, Jeremiah, bay 52. WHITEHURST, James, bay
20. JOHNS, John, sorrel horse.
21. KELLY, Zack'h, bay 53. WILKINSON, James, bay
22. KELLY, Thos., bay mare. horse.
23. LAW, Peter W.,sorrel horse 54. WALL, Perry G., bay
24. LEE, Everett, bay horse.
25. LOCK, Stephen, black 55. YATES, Burrell, bay mule
26. LAW, Jos. E., bay
27. LOCK, Leonard, grey "
28. MATTHEWS, Colton, bay
29. MATTHEWS, Edward, "
30. MATTHEWS, John,sorrel "
31. MIMMS, James, grey "
32. OGLESBY, Elihu,sorrel
33. OSTEEN, James, bay "
34. PADGET, Hopkins, "
35. PREVATT, James, blk.
36. ROWLAND, Edw. Sr,
37. STAPLETON, Jas. bay mare
38. STAPLETON, Alex. horse
39. SUTTON, Shad'k, brown









Vol. 9, cont'd
PAGES 45-46

Muster Roll of Captain Francis J. Ross' Company of the 1st
Regt., 2nd Brigade of Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by
Col. John Warren, ordered into service of the United States
by Maj. Gen'l Thos. S. Jesup from the 27th Day of January
1837 to the 5th day of June 1837. At Ft. Reed on 5 June 1837,
Capt. F. J. Ross certified the muster roll to be accurate,
just and true and Capt. J. R. Vinton, Inspect. & Mustering
Officer, also certified that he inspected & mustered the com-
pany together "with the rolls of those of Capt Webster, USA,
former mustering officer. The company not being able to as-
semble at Ft. Gilliland as ordered for want of provisions as
certified by Lt. Col. Mills."

Francis J. ROSS, Capt., 1 servant, 2 horses.
Joseph BRYANT, Ist Lt., 1 servant, 2 horses.
David SISTRUNK, 2nd Lt., 1 servant, 2 horses.
Solomon HALL, 1st Sgt. John MOBLY, Corp'l
William DAY, Sgt. Absolam S. SMITH, Corp'l
John G. SMITH, Sgt. Benjamin MATTHEWS, Corp'l
George JENNINGS, Sgt. Benjamin MOODY, Corp'l

PRIVATES 29. MATTHEWS, Edmond
1. BASSETT, Eli 30. MATTHEWS, John
2. BAKER, Elisha 31. MIMMS, James
3. BRYAN, Nathaniel 32. OGLEBY, Elihu
4. BRYANT, Travis 33. OSTEEN, James
5. CASON, Andrew 34. PAGET, Hopkins
6. CUMMINGS, John 35. PREVATT, Jonathan
7. CHISEM, William 36. PREVATT, James D.
8. CASON, Willy 37. ROWLAND, E. D., Sr.
9. CHISEM, John 38. STAPLETON, James
10. CORBIN, Moses, 39. STAPLETON, Ax.
11. DEACON, Nathaniel 40. SUTTON, Shadrack
12. DUNCAN, James 41. SISTRUNK, William
13. DUNCAN, W. J. J. 42. SAUNDERS, Hiram
14. DOUGLAS, Seaborn 43. SMITH, Edmond
15. HALL, Nathan 44. SUTTON, John
16. HALL, Joseph 45. TOLES, Timothy
17. HALL, Daniel 46. TURNER, Moses, Sr.
18. HALL, James 47. TURNER, Moses. Jr.
19. JOHNS, Jeremiah 48. WHITEHURST, Dan'l
20. JOHNS, John 49. WHITTEN, James
21. KELLY, Zachariah 50. WADSWORTH, Sam'l
22. KELLY, Thomas 51. WILSON, Joseph
23. LAW, Peter W. 52. WHITEHURST, John
24. LEE, Everett 53. WHITEHURST, Wm.
25. LOCK, Stephen 54. WILKINSON, James
26. LAW, Joseph E. 55. WALL, Perry G.
27. LOCK, Leonard 56. YATES, Burwell
28. MATTHEWS, Colton
29. MATTHEWS, Edmond









Vol. 9. cont'd, rp ^' ^


Muster Roll of Capt. William B. Ross' Company of the 4th Regt
2nd Brigade of Florida Militia, commanded by Col. Warren, ord-
ered into service of the United States by Brig. Gen'l Hernan-
dez from the 10th day of November 1835 to the 5th day of Mar.
1836.

On 10 Aug 1836 at Jacksonville, E.F., Capt. W. B. Ross by cer-
tifed that the muster roll was accurate, just and "the public
arms not turned in are still in the hands of the men and now
in the field." On the same date and place, R. M. Kirby, Maj.
US Army also certified by signature the accuracy of the muster
roll.

William B. ROSS, Capt. James M. FLINN, Sgt.
Thomas SUREZ, 1st Lt. James B. MASON, Sgt.
John YEOMAN, 2nd Lt. Miles PRICE, Corp.
James PILES, 3d Lt. John L. PICKETT, Corp.
William T. DELL, 1st Sgt. Ralph EAMES, Corp.
David McKEE, Sgt. James TUCKER, Corp.

PRIVATES

1. William B. HART, desert- 17. Reuben HOGAN
ED 1/15 18. Patrick H. PRICE
2. Thomas STARRATT 19. George TURNER
3. Anthony SURAREZ 20. Anthony SMITH
4. L. H. JACKSON 21. George W. WALTON
5. Frederic WHITE 22. Theophilus T. WOOD
6. Francis BUSH 23. James SHIELDS
7. T. C. ELLIOTT 24. John SPARKMAN
8. Walter FURMAN, found his 25. Joseph ANDREW
own horse 11/10 to 1/15 26. Joshua FENNEMORE
9. Henry CHRISTIE 27. John R. ROBERTS
10. Joseph CHESLEY 28. Jackson HIGGINBOTHAM
11. Robert LITTLE 29. Hezekiah TUCKER
12. Robert ROBERTSON 30. Timothy MANNING, found
13. Francis ROUX his own horse from
14. H. W.MAXEY 11/10 to 1/15
15. Antonio MIER 31. Willoughy TUCKER
16. W. J. MORGAN 32. Charles GREEN

PAGES 49-50

Muster Roll of Capt. William B. Ross' Company of the 1st Regt
2nd Brigade of the Florida Militia Mounted Volunteers, com-
manded by Col. John Warren, ordered into service of the United
States by Gov. Call from the 16th day of November 1836 to the
15th day of March 1837.

On 15 Mar. 1837 at Jacksonville, E.F., W. B. Ross, Capt., com-
manding the company certified the muster roll to be accurate,









Vol. 9, pp 49-50, cont'd

just, true and "the company is efficiently mounted for the
whole period." Geo. Watson, Lieut., also certified by signa-
ture that he examined "minutely" the muster roll and muster-
the above company into service.

NOTE: The following letter was appended to page 50:

Headquarters Fort Heileman
March 11, 1837

"Sir: Lt. Col. Mills of Florida Volunterrs comdg at Jackson-
ville, having applied to me to muster out of service of the
United States Capt. Wm. B. Ross's Company of Florida Vol.
stationed at Jacksonville, when term of service he states ex-
pires on the 14th inst.; and was mustered into service by him-
self. I have therefore to direct that you will muster out of
the service of the U. S. this company when ever this term of
service expires; carefully comparing the original muster rolls
with those mustering them out, and you will be generous in the
performance of this duty." /s/ J. A. Crane, Commanding.
Lt. Col., 2nd Art.

William B. ROSS, Capt., 1 servant, 2 horses.
James B. MASON, 1st Lt., 1 servant, 2 horses.
Oscara B. HART, 1 servant, 2 horses.
Joshua FENNEMORE, Sgt., promoted from Pvt. to Sgt. 2/11/1837.
Ossian B. HART, Sgt., mounted 2/17/1837.
William B. HART, Sgt., mounted.
Josiah GATES, Sgt., mounted, promoted to Sgt. 11/16/1837.
Isaac BUSH, Corp'l, mounted, promoted to Corp. 11/16/1837.
Thomas 0. DEXTER, Corp'l, mounted.
Thomas T. WOODS, Corp'l, mounted, promoted to Corp. 11/16.
W. McMINN, Corp'l, promoted to Corp. 11/16/1837.
George FOOYEL, Bugler, absent on furlough 3/1 to 3/15/1837

PRIVATES

1. ANDREWS, Joseph, mounted 11. DELANEY, William, mtd.
2. ASHLOCK, Hugh, 12. DORSEN, William, mtd.
3. BUSH, Francis 13. EDGE, Seaborn, mtd.
4. BURNY, Arthur 14. FAULK, John, mtd.
5. BEARD, William, furlough 15. FELLANY, Hosea, absent
3/10-3/15 3/1-3/15/1837.
6. BLANCHARD, Josiah, 16. HART, E. J., furlough
3/19-3/15/1837 3/10-15/1837
7. COTTS, John, furlough 17. HOGANS, Reuben, mtd.
3/10-33/15/1837 18. HENDRICKS, William, mtd
8. CREWS, Alexander, sick 19. HIGGINBOTHAM, Elijah,
3/19 to 3/15/1837. furlough 3/13-15/37
9. CARTER, Caleb, mounted 20. HIGGINBOTHAM, James
10. CARR, John, sick from 21. HATCHER, E. C.
3/1-3/15, 1837 22. JONES, Thomas J.









Vol. 9, pp 49-50, PRIVATES, cont'd


23. KINGSLEY, Samuel 40. TURNER, George
24. LONG, Jesse 41. TURNER, David
25. MATTAIR, James L. 42. THOMAS, Lewis
26. NORRIS, Joseph, sick 43. TURNER, William L.
3/14-15/1837. 44. TOMELIN, James
27. MERRICK, Charles 45. _? William
28. MARTIN, E. H., absent 46. TISON, Luther, abs. w/leave
w/leave 3/15/87. 3/12-14/1827.
29. MATTAIR, Samuel, abs. 47. TISON, Luther H.
w/leave 3/14-15/87. 48. TAYLOR, Jos.
30. MEED, Anthony 49. Stehen
31. PARKER, William 50. _?, Pernal
32. PENNINGTON, Henry, 51. TURNER, Rober
sick 2/16-3/15. 52. TURNER, Jesse
33. ROBERTS, Urich 53. THIGPEN, J. J.
34. SUARES, Raphael 54. WOODS, William
35. TIMMONS, Micja 55. WILLIAMSON, D. B.
36. SMITH, Aaron 56. YOUNGBLOOD, Jackson, abs.
37. SUARES, Anthony w/leave 3/14-15/1837.
38. SILCOX, David
39. THIGPEN, Arnold

TRANSFERRED:

BURNY, James, Pvt., to Capt. James Co, 11/24/1836.
PICKETT, James, Pvt.," "
PRICE, John, Jr., Pvt.

DIED:

BUSH, Green, Pvt., died 17 Jan. 1837.
HOGENS, L. L., Pvt., died 10 Mar. 1837 at Wm. MACKEY's place.
JONES, John, 1st Cpl, died 16 Jan. 1837.
MANNING, Timothy, Sgt., died 23 Jan. 1837.
? ?_, died 16 Feb 1837 in A. G. PHILIPs' house.


PAGES 51-52

Muster Roll of Capt. William Rowell's Company of the 1st Regt.
Brigade of Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Brig. Gen'l
Leigh Reid, ordered into service of the United States by Bvt-
Brig Gen'l Z. Taylor from the 9th day of June 1838 to the 17th
day of Nov. 1838.

On 17 Nov. 1838 at Camp Carter, M.F., William Rowall, Capt.
commanding the company certified by signature that the muster
roll was accurate, just and true. A. CADY, Capt. 6th Inf. al-
so certified the muster roll; inspected, and discharged the
company from the service of the United States.









Vol. 9, pp 51-52 cont'd


William ROWELL, Capt. Paul POPPELL, Sgt.
Henry POPPELL, 1st Lt. A. W. ARCHER, Sgt.
James ROWELL, 2nd Lt. John MARTIN, Cpl.
William JOHNSON, 1st Sgt. Rowlin DICKSON, Cpl.*
John J. JOHNSON, 2nd Sgt. Duncan CURRIE, Cpl.**
A. KENSEY? KERSEY?, Sgt. Elijah RICHARDSON, Cpl.

NOTE: Written beside several names on this roll were other
names preceded by the word "by". The reason is not certain-
ly known; however, it is possible that those having "by"
after their names were replaced by the name following "by."

* by T. WHITON ** by D. H. STRICKLAND

PRIVATES

1. BISHOP, John 29. JOHNSON, J. W.
2. BROWNING, William 30. JONES, Tebern
3. BROWNING, John 31. KERSEY, Jas. by W. WYNN
4. BULLANHAN, L, by 32. MOLTON, J. B., by
J. BLANTON R. R. RUNNELLS
5. BOLLTON, Thomas 33. MARTIN, Charles
6. CARNYUS, Joel, by 34. MOON, Joel
J. WHITEHURST 35. Mc _? William, by A.
7. CHANEY, Jacob LOVITT
8. CROSBY, Thomas 36. McDONALD, Randall
9. CURRY, John 37. POWELL, Wm. S.
10. DAVIS, T. B., by 38. POPPELL, Farah
J. C. ADKINS 39. POPPELL, Boyd
11. DONALDSON, G. W., by 40. PURIFY, L. D., by J.
J. POPPELL BROWNING.
12. EDWARDS, Elias 41. RICHARDSON, James, by
13. FULFORD, Shellman J. STEWART
14. GRAY, Joshua 42. RICHARDSON, Moses
15. GRAY, J. A. 43. ROWELL, Henry
16. GRAY, Benjamin 44. REYNOLDS, R. H. by M.
17. GYLLIARD, Michael WHITTON
18. GOODMAN, Jessee 45. RAINFORD, S., by N. TICE
19. GEIGER, James 46. RAINFORD, Michael
20. HAM, Rich'd, by 47. ROWELL, Cullen
G. W. KNAPP 48. STOKES, Samuel
21. HAM, Thomas 49. SMITH, Isaiah
22. HOWARD, Wiley 50. SLEDGE, Green
23. HALLMAN, Andrew 51. SANDERS, W.H.G., by M.
24. HERST, H. B., by GOODMAN
R. BEASLEY 52. SMITH, J. T.
25. HERST, E. H., by 53. STANLY, R. T.
J. HARALL 54. STANLY, G. W.
26. HARALL, David 55. STORY, James, by W. MARTIN
27. HINTON, Allen 56. SESSWANS, Nelson
28. JEWELL, Jackson 57. STANLY, C. Standolanth












Vol. 9, pp 51-52, PRIVATES, cont'd


58. THOMPSON, P. W. 63. WHITTON, Fer'd, by J.
59. TYSON, George SLAUGHTER
60. WALKER, Charles 64. WHITE, Cabel
61. WILDER, Isaac, by 65. WILDER, H., by B.
J. MALLARD BRANNAN
62. WINN, James 66. WOMBLE, H. W.

PAGES 53-54

Muster Roll of Capt. William Rowell's Company of the 1st Regt.
Isst Brigade of Florida Militia, commanded by Brig-Gen'l Leigh
Reid, ordered into service of the United States by Maj. D.
Dearborn from the 9th day of June 1838 to the 9th day of Dec.
1838.

On 9 June 1838 at Camp Wacissa, Mid. Fla., William Rowell,
Capt. commanding the company, certified by signature that the
muster rollof the company was accurate, just and true. At
the same place and date, D. H. Vinton, 1st Lieut., also certi-
fied by signature that he had inspected and mustered the com-
pany into service of the U.S.

William ROWELL, Capt. A. W. ARCHER, Sgt.
Henry POPPELL, 1st Lt. John MARTIN, Corp'l
James ROWELL, 2nd Lt. Rolen H. DICKSON, Corp'l
William JOHNSON, 1st Sgt. Duncan CURRY, Corp'l
John J. JOHNSON, Sgt. Elijah RICHARDSON, Corp'l
Paul POPPELL, Sgt.

PRIVATES

1. BISHOP, John 21. HOWARD, Willy
2. BROWNING, William 22. HALLMAN, Andrew
3. BROWNING, John 23. HERST, H. B.
4. BUTTENHAM, Levin 24. HERST, Erwin H.
5. BO_?_, Thomas 25. HARRELL, David
6. CONYERS, Joel 26. HINTON, Allen
7. CHANEY, Jacob 27. JEWEL, Jackson
8. CROSBY, Thomas 28. JOHNSON, J. W.
9. DAVIS, T. ?. 29. JONES, Seaborn
10. DONALDSON, G. W. 30. KERSEY, James
11. EDWARDS, Elias 31. KINSEY, A.
12. FULFORD, Sulman 32. MILTON, J. P.
13. GREY, Joshua 33. MARTIN, Charles
14. GREY, J. A. 34. MOON, Joel
15. GREY, Green 35. McAULEY, Wm.
16. GILYARD, Michael 36. McDONALD, Randall
17. GOODMAN, Jesse 37. POWELL, W. G.
18. GEIGER, James 38. POPPELL, Farrah
19. HAM, Thomas 39. POPPELL, Boide
20. HAM, Richard 40. PURIFY, T. D.












Vol. 9, pp 53-54, PRIVATES, cont'd


41. RICHARDSON, James 54. STANLEY, J. W.
42. RICHARDSON, Moses 55. STORY, James
43. ROWELL, Henry 56. S ?_, Nelson
44. REYNOLDS, R. N. 57. STANLEY, C. Standant
45. REINFREW, Michel 58 THOMPSON, P. W.
46. REINFREW, Solomon 59. WALKER, Charles
47. ROWELL, Cullen 60. WILDER, Isaac
48. STOKES, Samuel 61. WINN, James
49. SMITH, Isaac 62. WHITTEN, Ferdinand
50. SLEDGE, Green 63. WHITE, Caleb
51. SANDERS, W. H. G. 64. WILDER, H. W.
52. SMITH, J. T. 65. WOMBLE, Henry
53. STANLEY, R. H.


PAGES 55-56

Muster Roll of Capt. William Rowell's Company of Florida Mili-
tia Mounted Volunteers, ordered into service of the United
States by Bvt Col. Davenport (dates of service missing). The
date shown at the beginning of the listing of names is 3 Mar.
1839 and the mustering place was Sandy Ford of the Ocilla
River.

On 15 Apr. 1839 at the Sandy Ford of the Oscilla River, Wm.
Rowell, Capt. commanding the company, certified by signature
that the muster was true and accurate. The name and signa-
ture of the Inspector and Mustering Officer is illigible.

NOTE: The dollar value following names represents the value of
the horse each soldier rode.

ROWELL, William, Capt., $115 WOODS, Wm B., Sgt., $125
ROWELL, James, 1st Lt., $60. CROSBY, Thos., Cpl., $90
WINN, James, 2nd Lt., $125 BISHOP, John, Cpl., $100
KINSEY, ??_tus, Sgt., $150 POPPELL, Paul, Cpl., $90
GREY, James A., Sgt., $120 MARTIN, Chas., Cpl. $90
POPPELL, Boyd, Sgt., $100

PRIVATES

1. ANDERSON, Ward, $120 11. BROWNING, John, $75
2. ALBRITTON, Jesse, $135 12. BISHOP, David, $100
3. ALBRITTON, Geo., $90 13. BRADEN, John, $50
4. ANDERSON, David, $? 14. CHRISTIE, Wm., $80
5. ANDERSON, Ervin, $100 15. COPELING, Geo., $80
6. ALLMAN, Jno. G., $100 16. DONALDSON, A.S., $125
7. ARCHER, William, $50 17. EASTERS, Augustus, $50;
8. BISHOP, Martin, $100 killed in action with
9. BRIDGES, Pearson, $100 Indians on 3/18/1839.
10. BISHOP, George, $100










Vol. 9, pp 55-56, PRIVATES, cont'd


18. FLINN, Daniel, killed 44. KINSMAN, Alton, $75
in action with Indians 45. ? Jno. 0., $150
3/18/1839. 46. LORD, David, $150
19. GREY, Edmund, killed by 47. MARTIN, John, $50
Indians 3/8 1839. 48. MAULDING, Holmes, $100
20. GREY, Berry, $115 49. OSBORN, David, $110.
21. Joshua, $90 50. PATTERSON, Jacob, $130
22. John, $75 51. Anthony, $100
23. GAMBLE, John, $140 52. POPPELL, Henry, $130
24. GRUBBS, Robert, $100 53. 7, James, $75
25. John, $90 54. ROBINSON, Lacy, $60
26. GOODMAN, David, $75 55. STEPHENS, John, $60
27. Robertson, $110 56. SESSIONS, Nelson, $50
28. Malachi, $110 57. SMITH, Isaiah, $120
29. Jesse, $125 58. Jno. T., $90
30. Henry, $90 59. SLEDGE, Green, $75
31. William, $80 60. SESSIONS, Lewis, $75
32. HUDSON, Henry F., $115 61. WINN, Wm., $110
33. HORTON, Whitmel, $100 62. WILLIAMS, __, $110
34. HATCH, Isaac, $90 63. WOODS, Robt S., $90
35. HOLTON, Josiah, $50 64. John, $120
36. HARRELL, James, $90 65. William, $50
37. David, $90 66. WALKER, Charles, $85
38. JOHNSON, Jas. W., $80 67. Berry, $125
39. William, $75 68, David, $60
40. JONES, William, $75 69. WOMBLE, Henry, $75
41. KINSEY, Joseph, $115 70. WHITEHURST, Hilr'y,$115
42. Jesse, $120 71. Jackson, $80
43. John, $90 72. James, $100


PAGES 57-58

Muster Roll of Lieut. Wm Rowell's Command of Florida Drafted
Mounted Militia belonging to MaJ. Stewart's Battalion, ordered
into service of the United States by Gov. R. K. Call from the
10th day of March 1837 to the 10th day of June 1837.

At Tallahasse, Fla, on 10 June 1837, Wm. Rowell, Lt., command-
ing the company certified the muster to be accurate and just.
On the same date and place, D. H. Vinton, 1st Lt., Inspector &
Mustering Officer, certified that he had inspected and muster-
ed out of service the above company.

William ROWELL, 1st Lt.
Matthew SKIPPER, 1st Sgt.
Jackson JOHNSON, 2nd Sgt., no musket
Jackson JEWEL, Corp.
James D. GRAY, Corp., absent, sick










Vol. 9, pp 57-58, PRIVATES, cont'd

1. BISHOP, Martin 11. MOTT, Hope
2. CHANCEY, Edmund,no arms. 12. MILTQN,Jas. J., no mount
3. CLUB, William 13. POPPELL, John
4. CARLEY, Benj. no mount 14. POPPELL, Henry
5. EASTERS, Henry, 15. POPPELL, Bold, no mount
6. GRAY, Zachariah 16. PARISH, G. Wm., "
7. JOHNSON, Young D. 17. WILLIAMS, Jos. C., no
8. LASLEY, Burry mount
9. LEE, Simeon, no mount 18. WINN, James, absent with
10. LASTINGER, Peter leave.


PAGES 59-60

Muster Roll of Capt. William Rowell's Company of Florida
Mounted Volunteers, commanded by Brevet-Colonel Davenport,
ordered into service of the United States from the 3rd day of
March 1839 to the 4th day of September 1839.

At Sandy Ford of Aucilla River on 4 Sept. 1839, William Rowell
Captain commanding the company certified by signature that the
muster roll was accurate, just and true "in every particular."
At the same place and date, W. Hoffman, Capt. 6th Inf., also
certified that he had examined the muster roll, inspected the
above company, and mustered the it out of service.
NOTE: The dollar value of horses follows the names listed
below.

Wm. ROWELL, Capt, $115.
Jas. ROWELL, 1st Lt., $60.
Jas. WINN, 2nd Lt., $125

KINSEY, Putrie?, Sgt., $150. CROSBY, Thomas, Cpl, $90
GREY, Jas., Sgt.,$120 BISHOP, John, Cpl, $100
POPPELL, Boyd, Sgt., $100 POPPELL, Paul, Cpl, $90
WOODS, Wm. B., Sgt.,$125 MARTIN, Charles, Cpl, $90

PRIVATES

1. ANDERSON, Wood, $120 12. BISHOP, David, $100
2. ALLBRITTON, Jesse, $135 13. BRADEN, John, $50
3. ALBRITTON, George, $90 14. CHRISTIE, William, $80
4. ANDERSON, David, wounded 15. COPELING, Geo. W., $125
in action with Indians 16. DONALDSON, A. S., killed in
Mar. 18. action by Indians Mar. 18.
5. ANDERSON, Owen, $100 17. EASTERS, Augustus, $50
6. ALLMAN, John G., $100 18. FLINN, David, killed in act-
7. ARCHER, William, $50 ion with Indians Mar. 18.
8. BISHOP, Martin, $100 19. GREY, Edmund, killed in act-
9. BRIDGES, Pearson, $100 ion with Indians Mar. 18.
10. BISHOP, George, $100 20. GREY, Berry, $115
11. BROWNING, John, $75 21. GREY, Joshua, $90










Vol. 9, pp 59-60, PRIVATES, cont'd


22. GREY, John, $75 48. MAULDING, Holmes, $100
23. GAMBLE, John, $140 49. OSBORN, David, $110
24. GRUBBS, Robert, $100 50. PATTERSON, Jacob, $130
25. GRUBBS, John, $90 51. PATTERSON, Anthony, $100
26. GOODMAN, David, $75 52. POPPELL, Henry, $150
27. GOODMAN, Robertson,$110 53. PINKSTON, James, $75
28. GOODMAN, Malachi, $110 54. ROBINSON, Lacy, $60
29. GOODMAN, Jessee, $125 55. STEPHENS, John, $60
30. GOODMAN, Henry, $90 56. SESSIONS, Nelson, $50
31. GOODMAN, Wm. $80 57. SMITH, Isaiah, $120
32. HUDSON, Henry, $115 58. SMITH, John T., $90
33. HORTON, Whitmel, $100 59. SLEDGE, Green, $75
34. HATCH, Isaac, $90 60. SESSIONS, Lewis, $75
35. HOLTON, Josiah, $50 61. WINN, William, $110
36. HARNELL, James, $90 62. WILLIAMS, Lewis, $90
37. HARRELL, David, $90 63. WOODS, Rob. S., $120
38. JOHNSON, Jas. D., $80 64. WOODS, John, $50
39. JOHNSON, William, $75 65. WOODS, William, $85
40. JONES, William,$75 66. WALKER, Charles, $125
41. KINSEY, Joseph, $115 67. WALKER, Berry, $60
42. KINSEY, Jesse, $120 68. WALKER, David, $75
43. KINSEY, John, $90 69. WOMBLE, Hendry, $100
44. KINSMAN, Alton, $75 70. WHITEHURST, Hillery, $115
45. LEMOX, John G., $150 71. WHITEHURST, Jackson, $80
46. LORD, David, $50 72. WHITEHURST, James, $100
47. MARTIN, John, $50

PAGES 61-62

Muster Roll of Capt. Isaac N. Rutland's (late Jernigan's)
Independent Company of Florida Mounted Militia, ordered into
service of the United States by Brevet-Col. John Munroe, Maj.
2nd Art'y from the 10th day of Mar. 1856 to the 10th day of
September 1856. The company was organized by Capt. Aaron
Jernigan at Fort Gatlin, Fla. in the month of March1856.

At Ft. Gatlin on 30 Sept. 1856, Isaac N. Rutland, Capt. com-
manding the company, certified that the muster was accurate,
just, and true in every particular. F. J. HAINES, 1st Lieut.
Adj., 2nd Art'y also certified the accuracy of the muster roll
on the same date and at the same place.

Issac N. RUTLAND, age 30, Capt., was 2nd Lt. till 6/9 vice
MOODY, discharged; Capt 8/9 vice Jernigan, discharged.
Henry R. TYLER, age 23, 1st Lt.; was Pvt. to 6/9; 1st Lt. Aug.
David H. THOMAS, age 23, 2nd Lt.; Sgt. on 6/9; 2nd Lt., vice
Rutland.
Aaron JERNIGAN, age 43, late Capt. to 8/4; discharged, #SO 24
Enoch MOODY, age 37, Lt. to 6/3; discharged per SP. No. 6.
Moses JERNIGAN, age 19, Sgt., was Cpl to June 9.
Aaron JERNIGAN, Jr., age 21, Sgt.










Vol. 9, pp 61-62, cont'd


James R. STEWART, Sgt, age 27. John B. PATRICK, Cpl, age 22
John T. JERKINS, Sgt, age 30 Lewis JERNIGAN, Bugler, 16
Thos. L. STEWART, Cpl, age 22. Needham YATES, ", age ?7
Edward PHARR, Cpl, age 26. Thomas H. HARRIS, Farrier,
Elias JERNIGAN, Cpl, age 21. age 45

PRIVATES

1. BALLARD, Alvin W.,23. 36. KIRBY, Henry J., 29.
2. BARBER, Francis C., 28. 37. LEE, Wm. R., 21.
3. BARBER, John J., 20. 38. MOODY, David R., 25.
4. BARBER, Andrew J., 18. 39. NEWTON, Dan'l A., 38
5. BARNHART, Robert, 32. 40. PATRICK, James I., 18; horse
6. BASS, Quinn, 25. died of blind staggers 6/16
7. BENTON, John G., 30. 41. PATRICK, John, 42.
sick 9/5 at Ft. 42. PATRICK, Wm. A., 19; horse
Gibson. died of blind staggers 7/7.
8. BLACK, Geo. W., 36. 43. PATRICK, Wright W., 18.
9. BIRD, Wiley, 22. 44. PHARR, James, 22.
10. BOYETTE, Wm. E., 23; 45. PATRICK, John N., 18.
AWOL since 8/1. 46. PRESCOTT, Eli, 19.
11. BRYANT, Dempsey H,23. 47. PRESCOTT, Jesse S., 45.
12. BULLOCH, Pinckney, 25. 48. PRESCOTT, John A., 22.
13. COTHRAN, Edward, 33. 49. PRESCOTT, Sam'l S., 18.
14. CURRY, Jackson, 18. 50. PRESCOTT, Robt. P., 25.
15. DELK, Wm. S., 40. 51. RAMSEY, Etheldred, 36.
16. DuPREE, Erastus D., 25. 52. SIMMONS, William, 35.
17. DuPREE, Lucien D., 21. 53. SELF, George W., 30.
18. FEWOX, Robert, 35. 54. SINCLAIR, Alex'r, 35.
19. FUSSILL, Berrian, 20. 55. SPEER, James G., 36.
20. GREEN, Leonidas, 21. 56. STEWART, John L., 44.
21. GUNTER, Aaron, 23. 57. STEWART, Jonathan C., 30.
22. HODGES, Henry H., 30 58. STEWART, Matthew A., 33.
23. HALL, Daniel K., 39, 59. STEWART, Philoman, 22.
served till 5/10; 60. STEWART, Sam'l W., 44.
Middleton McLAUGHLIN 61. SYLVESTER, Wm. W., 22.
substitute since. 62. SHIVER, William, 24.
24. HALL, Andrew D., 19. 63. TURNER, Abraham, 44.
25. HARRIS, John M., 18. 64. TURNER, John W., 20.
26. HOOKER, Stephen, 18. 65. TURNER, Joseph E., 21.
27. HOOKER, George, 22. 66. TYLER, William M., 32.
28. HUGHES, George, 25. 67. WINEGARD, Isaac, 37.
29. HUGHEY, James, 32. 68. WILSON, Simon, 36.
30. HUGHEY, John, 44. 69. WOODRUFF, William, 26.
31. HULL, Newton, 20. 70. WRIGHT, William H., 30.
32. HULL, Thomas, 43. 71. YATES, James, 33.
33. JERKINS, John, 45. 72. YATES, William B., 30.
34. JERNIGAN, Eli, 19. 73. YATES, Henry, 30.
35. KEELS, Isaac, 27, served
till 5/31; Francis
OLMSTEAD sub. since.










Vol. 9, cont'd
PAGES 63-64

Muster Roll. of Captain James M. Scott's Company of the 3rd
Regt., Ist Brigade of the Florida Militia, commanded by Chas.
H. DuPont, ordered into the service of the United States by
Bvt-Col. Wm Davenport, US Army (dates of service blank).

At Fort Yates, M.F., on 3 June 1839, James M. Scott, Capt.
commanding the company, certified by signature that the mus-
ter roll was accurate, just and true. Capt. Ketchman (or
Hutchinson) on the same date and place certified that he had
inspected and mustered the above company.

NOTE: The listing of names indicate that the main body of the
company was enrolled at Ft. Yates on 25 May 1839.

James M. SCOTT, Captain; substitute for Wm. J. GREEN.
Oscar FILLYAW, 1st Lt; substitute for N. D. ZEIGLER.
Robert CLARK, 2nd Lt; substitute for H. T. WYATT.

A. CAMPBELL, 1st Sgt. J. H. WILDER, Corp'l
James JOUNCE?, 2nd Sgt. Samson WESTER, Corp'l; substi-
Jas. FILLYAW, 3rd Sgt. tute for Whittaker BAINES.
T. H. YON, Corp'l

PRIVATES

1. ASHTON, J. 18. RICHARDS, Wm. H.
2. AULD, E. H., substi- 19. SEABROOK, G. W., sub.
tute for Ben SMITH. for R. H. M. DAVID.
3. BLACKBURN, Wm., sub. 20. STRANGE, James
for Chas. BOWLER. 21. SCOTT, J. B., sub. for
4. BLACK, Neil. C. HARRIS.
5. DICKSON, Burnell 22. WHITE, Bryant, sub. for
6. DELAMB, H. Charles WALLER.
7. EDWARDS, F., sub. 23. WILKES, Jas., footman.
for H. B. OVERTENET 24. WITHERS, R. J., sub. for
8. HERRINGTON, A., sub. J. C. McINTIRE.
for Jno. WOOTEN.
9. HARRIS, Wm.
10. KING, Sam'l
11. KELLY, Simon
12, LASLIE, Neil, sub.
for J. B. BUMBY.
13. LASLIE, John
14. McCOY, Jackson, sub.
for N. HOLLIMAN.
15. McCRIMMON, Dan'l, sub.
for Jno. WILEN
16. OTAGUS, Gregory, sub.
for James ELLIOTT.
17. ROBERTS, Jackson, sub.
for Wm. BROCKETT.










Vol. 9. cont'd
PAGES 65-66

Muster Roll of Captain Scott's Company, Florida Militia, com-
manded by Col. Dupont, ordered into service of the United
States by Col. Davenport from the 25th day of May 1839 to the
(date missing). The company was enrolled at Quincey, Fla.,
by Capt. Ketcham.

At Ft. Yates on 11 July 1839, James N. Scott, Captain command-
ing the company certified by signature that the muster roll
was accurate, just, and the true state of the company. The
Inspector & Mustering Office (name indistinct) also certified
the accuracy of the muster on the same date.

NOTE: These pages were difficult to read with many names
partly obliterated or spelled differently from the name first
entered in the first left column and then in the extreme right
column. Also, titles of officers and non-coms were omitted
except of the captain.

James M. SCOTT, Captain. A. CAMPBELL
Oscar FILLYAM Jas. COUNCE
Robert CLARK Jas. FILLYAM

PRIVATES

1. T. H. YON 20. ROBERTS, Jackson, or Robt.
2. J. H WILDER JACKSON
3. Lawson WESTER or 21. SEABROOK, G. W.
WESTON 22. STRANGE, James
4. ASHTON, John 23. SCOTT, Jno. B.
5. AULD, E. H. 24. WHITE, Bryant
6. BLACKBURN, Wm. 25. WITHERS, Jas.
7. BLACK, Neil 26. WITHERS, R. T.
8. DICKSON, Burnell 27. RICHARDS, Wm. H., deserted.
or Boswell
9. DeLAMB, H. Sam, servant of Capt. SCOTT.
10. EDWARDS, F.
11. HERRINGTON or
HARRINGTON, N.
12. HARRIS, Wm.
13. KING, Sam'l
14. KELLY, Simon
15. LASLEY or LESLIE,
Neil
16. LESLIE or LESLIE,
John
17. McCOY or McKOY,
Jackson
18. McCRIMMON or
McCREEMON, Dan'l
19. OTAGUS, Gregory










Vol. 9, cont'd
PAGES 67-68

Muster Roll of Captain John Shaw's Company of the 5th Regiment
of Florida Militia Volunteers, commanded by General Reed, ord-
ered into service of the Unite States by (not readable had
been taped over) ... day of July to the 4th day of November
1837.

On 28 February 1838 at Tallahassee, Fla., Capt. John Shaw ver-
ified by signature that the muster roll was accurate, correct
and just "in every particular." D. H. Vinton, Inspector &
Mustering Officer certified by signature that he muster roll
was accurate.

John SHAW, Captain Donald McDONALD, 3rd Sgt.
Alex'r McKENZIE, 1st Lt, William HUBBARD, 1st Corp'l
Wm. M. LENT, 2nd Lt. Jeptha GREGORY, 2nd Corp'l
John PENNA, 1st Sgt. John WILLCOX, 3rd Corp'l
James DOWLING, Sgt.
PRIVATES

1. ASHLEY, John 33. McELON, John
2. BROUTTY, John 34. McDOUGALD, Alexander
3. BRINE, Duncan 35. McLEAN, John
4. BLOUNT, Joseph 36. MARTIN, Thomas
5. BARBER, William 37. MARSHBURN, William
6. BAUFIELD, Thadeus J. 38. OGLE, James
7. BRANE, ?. 39. RIGGIN, John
8. BLACK, Neil 40. SAPP, Caleb
9. COLLINS, Jasper 41. SADDLER, Bartlett
10. COMMINGS, Thomas T. 42. TOWNSEND, Daniel
11. COOPER, Ezekiel 43. WILL_?_, George
12. CHILAS, James 44. WHIDDON, ?
13. DOWNEY, Patrick 45. EVANS, Jas.
14. DYKES, Joseph 46. WILLIAMS, Dan'l
15. DORSEY, Thomas 47. 0_? Joshua
16. EVANS, ? B. 48. RICHARDSON, David
17. FAIR, James 49. MOORE, J.
18. FORSYTHE, Robert 50. BELL, Jno. D.
19. FREEMAN, Joseph 51. LONG, M.
20. HUNTER, James 52. LARRY, D. M.
21. JINKINS, Jn. M.
22. KELLY, William
23. KELLY, John
24. KELLY, Samuel
25. LOTT, William
26. LANG, Robert
27. LEGROSS, James B.
28. McNAUGHT, William
29. McLINDEN, William
30. McCOY, John
31. McBRIDE, James
32. McCREMMAN, Dan'l










Vol. 9, cont'd
PAGES 69-70

Muster Roll of Captain Ayles B. Sheehee's Company of the Bat-
talion of Middle Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Major
John L. Taylor, ordered into service of the United States by
Maj. Gen'l Th. J. Jesup from the 25th day of January 1838.
(no limiting date shown).

"I certify on honor that I have at Jefferson County this 27
day of March mustered into the service of the U. S. for the
period of four months, unless sooner discharged, Capt. A. B.
Sheehee's Company in the Battalion of the Mid-Florida Mounted
Militia, that I allow for travel from their home place to the
place of rendezvous miles to each officer and soldier."

/s/ L. CHURCHILL, Maj. Art'y, Ins. Gen.
Ar. South, Mustering Officer.

Ayles B. SHEEHEE, Capt. James J. JOHNSON, Sgt.
John JOHNSON, 1st Lt. John MARTIN, Corp'l
William ROWELL, 2nd Lt. Elias EDWARDS, Corp'l
James ROWELL, 1st Sgt. James LANIER, Corp'l
Drayton BLACKBURN, Sgt. Jackson JEWELL, Corp'l
Samuel STOKES, Sgt.

PRIVATES

1. ARCHER, A. H. 27. JOHNSON, James
2. BAUGH, James 28. JOHNSON, William
3. BRIDGES, John M. 29. KERSEY, James, deserted 1/26
4. CHANEY, Jacob 30. LOVETT, Jonathan
5. CLARK, Habberd 31. MATHERS, William
6. COLLINS, J. B. 32. MARTIN, Charles
7. CROSBY, Thomas 33. MILLER, James K.
8. CUNYERS, Joel 34. MILLER, James J.
9. CURRY, John 35. MORRIS, James
10. CLIFT, Sam'l, deserted 36. McCAWLEY, William, absent w/
11. EDWARDS, Jacksoon J. leave, not seen.
12. EDWARDS, Levin 37. McGILL, Roderick
13. FULFORD, Shelman 38. PARKER, L. B.
14. GRAY, Joshua 39. POPPILL, Henry
15. GRAY, Alexander 40. POPPILL, Paul
16. GRUBBS, John 41. POWELL, Wm. G.
17. GOFF, George 42. RICHARDSON, Elijah
18. HALLMAN, Andrew 43. RICHARDSON, James
19. HAM, Richard 44. SESSIONS, Lewis
20. HAM, Thomas 45. SESSIONS, Abner
21. HARDIMAN, Thomas 46. STRICKLAND, Vincent
22. HARBOUR, L. B. 47. STANLEY, George W.
23. HUDSON, Henry F. 48. SMITH, Isaiah
24. HERRIN, John 49. SMITH, George
25. HINTON, Allen
26. HERRIN, Rufus, deserted 3/1










Vol. 9, pp 69-70, PRIVATES, cont'd


50. SMITH, Wilkins C. 54. TUCKER, John F.
51. SKIPPER, Nelson 55. WALKER, Wyley
52. SCOTT, John 56. WYNN, William
53. THOMPSON, Pledge M.

PAGES 71-72

Muster Roll of Capt. Ayles B. Shehee's Company of the Battal-
ion of Drafted Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Maj. Jno.
L. Taylor, ordered into service of the United States by Gov.
Call from the 25th day of January 1838 to the 25th Day of June
1838. Company enrolled in Jefferson County, Fla.

At Camp Wacissa on 9 June 1838, D. H. Vinton, Inspector & Mus-
tering Officer, certified by signature that he had examined
this muster roll and inspected the above named company.

Ayles B. SHEEHEE, Capt. James J. JOHNSON, Sgt.
John JOHNSON, 1st Lt. John MARTIN, Corp'l
William ROWEL, 2nd Lt. Elias EDWARDS, Corp'l
James ROWEL, 1st Sgt. James LANIER, Corp'l
*Drayton BLACKBURN, Sgt. Jackson JEWELL, Corp'l
Samuel STOCKS, Sgt. *Absent with leave.

PRIVATES

1. ARCHER, A. W. 22. HUTSON, Hnery, abs. w/leave.
2. BRIDGES, John M. 23. HERRIN, John, abs. w/leave.
3. BAUGH, James 24. HINTON, Allen.
4. BARKER, L. B. 25. HERRIN, Rufus, deserted 3/1.
5. CHANEY, Jacob 26. HARDMAN, Thomas
6. CLARK, Harbord 27. HARBOUR, L. B.
7. CROSBY, Thomas 28. JOHNSON, J. W.
8. CUNYERS, Joel 29. JOHNSON, William
9. CURRY, John 30. KERSEY, James, deserted 1/28
10. CLIFT, Samuel, 31. LOVETT, Jonathan
deserted 3/1. 32. MATHERS, William
11. COLLINS, John B. 33. MILLER, James R., abs. with
12. EDWARDS, Jackson, leave.
absent w/leave. 34. MILTON, James J.
13. EDWARDS, Levin, 35. McCAULY, William
absent w/leave. 36. McGILLL, Roderic, abs. with
14. FULFORD, Shelman leave.
15. GREY, Joshua 37. MARTIN, Charles
16. GRUBBS, John 38. MORRIS, James
17. GOFF, George, abs. 39. POPPEL, Henry, abs. w/leave.
with leave. 40. POPPEL, Paul
18. GRAY, Alexander 41. POWEL, William G.
19. HOLMAN, Andrew 42. RICHARDSON, Elijah
20. HAM, Richard 43. RICHARDSON, James, abs. with
21. HAM, Thomas leave.










Vol. 9, pp 71-72, PRIVATES, cont'd


44. SESSIONS, Lewis 51. SESSIONS, Abner
45. STRICKLAND, Vincent 52. SMITH, Wilkins C., absent
46. STANLEY, George W. with leave.
47. SMITH, Isaac, absent 53. THOMPSON, Pledge, absent
with leave, with leave.
48. SMITH, George 54. TUCKER, John F/
49. SKIPPER, Wilson 55. WALKER, Wiley
50. SCOTT, John 56. WINN, William

PAGES 73-74

Muster Roll of Capt. G. W. Smith's Company of East Florida
Volunteers of the 2nd Regiment, 2nd Brigade of Florida Milit-
ia, commanded by Col. William J. Millas, ordered into service
of the United States by Maj. Gen'l Thos. S. Jesup for six
months, unless sooner discharged by order of the Congress the
23rd of May 1836. The company is part of Capt. Archibald Mc-
Ray's company of mounted volunteers enrolled the 16th of June
1837 and reorganized the 20th of July into two companies now
commanded respectively by Capt. John Allford and Capt. Geo. W.
Smith. Company enrolled at Min_ Springs.

On 26 Sept. 1837, the muster roll was certified to be accurate
and a true state of the company by the signatures of G. B.
Smith, Capt. and Lt. G. Wm. Wall, 3d Art'y, US Army.

George W. SMITH, Capt. W. J. BRYAN, Sgt.
John WHITEHURST, 1st Lt. William YEARTY, Corp.
Milton J. BRYAN, 2nd Lt. John MOBLY, Corp.
James S. STEWART, 1st Sgt. Wm. PADGETT, Corp.
John J. SMITH, Sgt. Wm. PENINGTON, Corp.
Wiley LEE, Sgt.

PRIVATES

1. BRYAN, Philomon 17. HINSEL, William
2. BRYAN, Thomas 18. HOLMES, Henry
3. BRYAN, M. J., Jr. 19. HINSON, Samuel
4. BASSITT, Eli 20. HILL, S. B.
5. BAKER, Elijah 21. HINSON, Thos. J.
6. BLUNT, ?> 22. LEE, John
7. BOWEN, Daniel 23. LOCK, Stephen
8. CASON, Willis 24. LOCK, Leonard
9. CASON, Cullin 25. LEIGH, James
10. CASON, Andrew 26. MOBLY, William
11. CHISHIRE, John R. 27. McCLELLAN, Andrew
12. DOUGLASS, Seaborn 28. McCLELLAN, Chas. D.
13. DUNLOP, Allen 29. McCARDLE, A. G.
14. DEAN, Micajah 30. OGLESBY, Elihu
15. GIRTMAN, Benjamin 31. OGLESBY, Joseph
16. GANY, John 32. OSTEEN, James










Vol. 9, pp 73-74, PRIVATES, cont'd


33. PADGETT, ?_ 44. SUTTON, Shad'k
34. PADGETT, John 45. SUTTON, John
35. PADGETT, Elijah 46. SMITH, Edmond
36. PADGETT, James 47. SMITH, Absalom
37. PADGETT, ? 48. TILLIS, ?
38. PENNINGTON, Henry 49. WALL, P? J?
39. ROBERTS, __ 50. WHITEHURST, A. G.
40. SUMMERLIN, John 51. WHITEHURST, Levi
41. SUMMERLIN, Jacob 52. WADSWORTH, Levi
42. STEWART, John, Sr. 53. PARKER, William
43. STEWART, John M.

PAGES 75-76

Muster Roll of Captain G. W. Smith's Company of the Florida
Regiment, Brigade of Florida Militia, ordered into service of
the United States by Gov. R. K. Call from the 11th day of Aug.
1836 to the 11th day of December 1836. Muster certified by
Capt. Geo. W. Smith.

By his signature on 3 Feb. 1838, D. H. Vinton, Inspector &
Mustering Officer certified the muster roll to be accurate and
a true state of the above company.

NOTE: The figures following names indicate the number of
miles each man traveled from the place of discharge to his
home.

Geo. W. SMITH, Capt, 200.
E. B. DAVIS, 1st Lt., absent with leave.
W. G. DAUGHTERY, Lt., absent with leave
Wm. WINN, 1st Sgt.
James PINKSTON, Sgt.
Henry WOMBLE, Sgt. absent with leave
Josiah Stewart, Sgt. "

George LIGHTSEY, Cpl. 200 Edward ALGERS, Cpl. 200
Daniel SKIPPER, Cpl. Joseph S. OGLESBY, Cpl. 200

PRIVATES

1. ATKINS, Joseph, 60.
2. BRANCH, E. T., absent, with leave.
3. BRANNEN, Henry, .
4. BINYAN, William,
5. COPELAND, Geo. W. "
6. CONDELARY, Peter
7. CHA ? Dan'l C. "
8. CLARK, Hubbo,
9. DURHAM, Michael 200
10. DAVIS, Anthony, absent










Vol. 9, pp 75-76, PRIVATES, cont'd


11. EDWARDS, Jackson, 200
12. FINCH, Green
13. GHASKINS, Asa, absent with leave.
14. GOFF, George, 200
15. GORMAN, N_?_ "
16. GORMAN, John, 60
17. GRANGER, Sam'l "
18. GRAY, Joshua, absent with leave.
19. HINDS, Wildman .
20. HAM, Thomas
21. HARRELL, John, 200
22. JOHNSON, Jackson, "
23. JERNIGAN, Will'm, "
24. LOFTON, John,
25. MURPHY, Stephen, absent with leave.
26. MOTT, Hope, I" "
27. MAGILL, Rodrick, "
28. MATHEWS, William, 200
29. NEUGENT, Edward, absent with leave.
30. PINKSON, Thomas, 200
31. PINKSTON, George,
32. POWELL, Joel, absent with leave.
33. PREALEAU,Davis, 60
34. POPPELL, Henry, absent with leave.
35. POPPELL, Benj. "
36. PONS, Daniel, 200
37. ROWELL, Wm., 60
38. RAGSDALE, Wesley, 200
39. ROWE, John,
40. RENFROW, Michael,
41. SEABROOK, Robert,
42. SCOTT, John, absent with leave.
43. SESSIONS, Llelullen, 200
44. SKIPPER, Allen, 200
45. SKIPPER, Nelson E., 200
46. SEALEY, Elias, absent with leave.
47. SKIPPER, Peter, 200
48. SCOTT, Michael, "
49. SKIPPER, Benjamin, 60
50. TAYLOR, George, 200
51. TRIPP, John M.,
52. WATSON, Isaac,
53. WHITE, Wm. L.,
54. TANNER, 3 B.,
55. TANNER, _?










Vol. 9, cont'd
PAGES 77-78


Muster Roll of Capt. George W. Smith's Company of the 2nd Regt
2nd Brigade of the Florida Mounted Volunteers, commanded by
Col. William J. Mills, ordered into service of the United
States by Maj. Gen'l Thos. J. Jesup under the Act of Congress
from the 16th day of June 1837 to the 18th day of December
1837. "NOTE: The persons on this Roll were mustered in a
large company of 127 men, commanded by Capt. A. W. Roe, now
Major, and subsequently divided. This other company is now
commanded by Capt. Alford." The company was mustered at Ft.
Read on 16 June 1837.

At Ft. Gilliland, Fla., on 18 Dec. 1837, George W. Smith,
Capt. commanding the company, certified by signature that the
muster roll was accurate, just, and reflected a true state of
the company. On the same date and place, S. Churchill, Major,
Art'y, Army South, Inspector & Mustering Officer, certified
he had mustered and inspected the company of East Florida
Mounted Volunteers "who are hereby honorably discharged from
the service of the United States."

The Company mustered at Ft. Read on 16 June 1837 and traveled
20 miles to the place of rendevous and 80 miles from the place
of discharge to their homes.

George W. SMITH, Captain.
John WHITEHURST, 1st Lieutenant.
Milton J. BRYANT, Lieutenant.
James T. STEWART, 1st. Sgt., promoted 7/20, sick at Ft. King.
John G. SMITH, Sgt., sick at Ft. King.
Wiley LEE, Sgt.
William J. BRYAN, Sgt., horse diseased w/glanders, shot 12/6.
William YEARTY, Corp., leave of absence from Dec. 16.
John MOBLEY, Corporal
William PADGETT, Corporal
William PENINGTON, Corporal

PRIVATES

1. BRYAN, Philoman 12. DOUGLASS, ?_, horse died
2. BRYAN, Thomas 12/13.
3. BRYAN, Wm. J., Jr. 13. DOUGLASS, Allen
4. BASSETT, Eli 14. DEAN, Micajah
5. BAKER, Elijah; horse 15. GERTMAN, Benjamin
died 12/11. 16. GANEY, John
6. BLOUNT, Jacob J. 17. HINSON, William
7. BOWEN, Daniel 18. HINSON, Samuel
8. CASON, Willis 19. HILL, Stacy B.
9. CASON, Cullen 20. HINSEN, Thos. J.
10. CASON, Andrew 21. LEE, John
11. CHESHIRE, John R. 22. LOCK, Stephen










Vol. 9, pp 77-78, PRIVATES, cont'd


23. LOCK, Leonard 37 PENNINGTON, Henry
24. LEIGH, James, sick at 38. ROBERTS, Tharp
Micanopy. 39. SUMMERLIN, John
25. MOBLEY, William 40. SUMMERLIN, Jacob, sick at
26. McLELLEN, Andrew Micanopy.
27. McLELLEN, Chas. D. 41. STEWART, John, Senr
28. McCARDEL, A. G. 42. STEWART. Israel M.
29. OGLESBY, Elihu 43. SUTTON, Shadrack
30. OGLESBY, Joseph, absent 44. SUTTON, John
w/leave from 12/16. 45. SMITH, Edmond
31. OSTEEN, James 46. SMITH, Absalom
32. PADGETT, Hopkj_?, horse 47. TULLIS, Wayne, sick at
died at Micanopy. Micanopy.
33. PADGETT, John 48. WALL, P. G.
34. PADGETT, Elijah, 49. WHITEHURST, A. G.
sick at Ft. KING 50. WHITEHURST, Levi
35. PADGETT, James T. 51. WADSWORTH, Samuel
36. PADGETT, Jeremiah

DEAD: HOLMES, Henry, died 11 Nov. in service near Fort Beck.
DESERTED: PARKER, William, deserted at Ft. Fanning Oct 1st.

PAGES 79-80

Muster Roll of Capt. G. W. Smith's Company of the Battalion of
Middle Florida Mounted Volunteers, commanded by Maj. John L.
Taylor, ordered into service of the United States by Major
Major Gen'l T. S. Jesup from the 22nd day of March 1838 to
23rd day of Sept. 1838.

At (unreadable), Middle Florida on 23 Sept. 1838, G. W. Smith,
Capt. commanding the company, certified by signature that the
muster roll was accurate. B. L. Beall, Capt. 2nd Dragoons,
Inspector & Mustering Officer, also certified by signature
that he had mustered, inspected, and mustered the company out
of the service of the United States.

George W. SMITH, Capt. David MOAT, Sgt.
Hiram SANDERS, 1st Lt. Thomas STEWART, Sgt.
Sampson ALTMAN, 2nd Lt. Millington M. SMITH, Corp.
William DAY, 1st Sgt. Joseph HALL, Corp.
Solomon HALL, Sgt. Nathaniel DEATON, Corp.

PRIVATES

1. ALTMAN, Thomas 6. CHESHIRE, John R.
2. CASON, Pernell 7. CORBORN, Moses
3. CASON, Cullen W. 8. DOUGLASS, Allen, abs. at 1st
4. CASON, Andrew F. muster.
5. CASON, Willis, abs. at 9. GANEY, John, abs. at 1st
first muster. muster.










Vol. 9, pp 79-80, PRIVATES, cont'd


10. *GARRETT, Charney 40. PENNINGTON, H. W.
11. HALL, John 41. *POPE, Jacob.
12. HALL, Thomas 42. *STEPHENS, Hamilton
13. HALL, Nehemiah 43. *SISTRUNK, Calvin
14. HALL, William 44. SMITH, Absalom
15. HALL, Daniel 45. SMITH, Edmond
16. HALL, James 46. *STRICKLAND, James
17. HALL, Nathan 47. *TOLLER, Timothy
18. HILL, Stacy B. 48. *WALLS, Perry G.
19. HARPER, Malachi 49. WALKER, Thomas
20. HUNTER, Jesse 50. WALKER, Isaac
21. HUNTER, Hanceford 51. *WHITEHURST, John, Senr
23. *HUNTER, Silas 52 *WHITEHURST, John, Junr
24. *KELLY, Thomas 53. *WHITEHURST, Levi
25. *KERLE, Stephen 54. *WHITEHURST, Daniel
26. *LAMB, Kear 55. *WHITEHURST, Arthur
27. *LEE, Philomen 56. OSTEEN, James.
28. *LEIGH, James
29. LEIGH, Andrew *Absent at the first muster.
30. LOCK, Leonard
31. LOCK, Stephen DEATHS: LEE, Everett, Corporal,
32. MOBLEY, John died 15 Sept. 1838 at
33. MOBLEY, Elethorn Charles Ferry, East Florida.
34. MOBLEY, William
35. MIMS, James
36. *OGLESBY, Elisha
37. *OGLESBY, Josiah
38. *PADGETT, William
39. *PADGETT, John


PAGES 81-82

Muster Roll of Capt. Geo. W. Smith's Company of the Battalion
of Middle Florida Mounted Volunteers, commanded by Maj. John
L. Taylor, received into service of the United States by Maj.
Gen'l Th. S. Jesup from the 22nd day of March 1838 under
orders of Congress approved May 23, 1836.

S. Churchill, Major, Art'y, Inspector Gen'l Army of the South
certified by signature that at Hamilton County, Fla. on 22
Mar. 1838 he mustered the company into the service of the Uni-
ted States for the period of six months, unless sooner dis-
charged, and allowed travel from their homes to the place of
rendezvous __ miles to each officer and soldier.

Geo. W. SMITH, Capt., absent at Tallahassee, not seen.

Hiram SANDERS, 1st Lt. Solomon HALL, 1st Sgt.
Sampson ALTMAN, 2nd Lt. David MOAT, Sgt.
William DAY, 1st Sgt. Thomas STEWART, Sgt.










Vol. 9, pp 81-82, cont'd

Willington M. SMITH, Corp. Nathaniel DEATON, Corp.
Joseph HALL, Corp. Everett LEE, Corp.

PRIVATES

1. ALTMAN, Thomas 28. *LEIGH, James
2. CASON, Pernell 29. LEIGH, Andrew
3. CASON, Cullen W. 30. LOCK, Leonard
4. *CASON, Andrew F. 31. LOCK, Stephen
5. CASON, Willis 32. MOBLEY, John
6. *CHESHIER, John R. 33. MOBLEY, Elethon
7. ,CORBORN, Moses 34. MOBLEY, William
8. *DOUGLASS, Allen 35. MIMS, James
9. GANEY, John 36. *OGLESBY, Elisha
10. GARRETT, Charney 37. *OGLESBY, Josiah
11. HALL, John 38. OSTEEN, James
12. HALL, Thomas 39. *PADGETT, William
13. HALL, Nehemiah 40. *PADGETT, John
14. HALL, William 41. PENNINGTON, H. W.
15. HALL, Daniel 42. *POPE, Jacob
16. HALL, James 43. *STEVENS, Hamilton
17. HALL, Nathan 44. *SEISTRUNK, Calvin
18. HILL, Stacy B. 45. SMITH, Absalom
19. HARPER, Malachi 46. SMITH, Edmond
20. HUNTER, Jesse 47. *STRICKLAND, James
21. HUNTER, Hanceford 48. TOLLER, Timothy
22. HUNTER, Elisha 49. WALLS, Perry G.
23. HUNTER, Silas 50. WALKER, Thomas
24. KELLY, Thomas 51. WALKER, Isaac
25. KERSE, Stephen 52. *WHITEHURST, John, Senr
26. *LAMB, Hiar 53. *WHITEHURST, John, Junr
27. *LEE, Philemon 54. *WHITEHURST, Levi
55. *WHITEHURST, Daniel
*Absent, not seen. 56. *WHITEHURST, Arthur


PAGE 83
Additional Muster Roll of Capt. Henry F. Smith's Company, for-
merly Capt. Arthur J. T. Wright's Company Mo.l of Florida
Mounted Volunteers in the State of Florida by order of the
Governor of Florida from the 18th day of May 1856 to the 30th
day of Sept. 1856.

TOMPKINS, J. W.M., Pvt., discharged at Alligator 30 Sept. 1856
TYRE, Benjamin, Private, ." "
PARKER, Benjamin, "

Arthur J. T. Wright certified that the above men "were acci-
dentally omitted on the original roll on file in the proper
office in Tallahassee." Capt. Whit Smith, Col., also certifi-
ed the above to be true. Capt. Henry F. Smith also certified
the above to be accurate and true.











Vol. 9, cont'd
PAGES 84-85

Muster Roll of Capt. John G. Smith's Company of the Mounted
Rangers Brigade of Florida Militia, commanded by Col. John
Warren, ordered into service of the United States by Gov. R.
K. Call from the 4th day of Oct. 1836 to the 4th day of Feb.
1837. The company was mustered at Garey's Ferry, E.F.

On 4 Feb. 1837 at Fort Heileman, E. Fla., John G. Smith, Capt.
commanding the company certified by signature that the muster
roll was accurate, just, and true. On 7 Feb. 1837, J. Dimic,
Capt 1ATR, Inspector & Mustering Officer, also certified by
signature that he had examined and inspected the aboved named
company "of Whitesville Rangers."

John G. SMITH, Capt. Romane ALVAARES, 1st Corp.
John R. ZETROUROR, 1st Lt. Anthony IVY, Corp.
Thomas J. PREVATT, Lt. John WIGGINS, Corp.
Joel B. SMITH, 1st Sgt. William HALL, Corp.
John G. REARDON, Sgt. John J. FIRTH, Musician
Peter SPARKMAN, Sgt. Jackson J. CARTER, Musician

PRIVATES

1. ALVARES, Joseph 24. FLINN, James
2. BARDIN, James, Sr. 25. GAREY, Samuel G.
3. BARDIN, James, Jr., 26. GREEN, Isaac
absent, sick. 27. HAGAN, Thomas
4. BENNER, Henry, not 28. HAGAN, Jesse, not mounted.
mustered. 29. HOGAN, William
5. BARDIN, William, Sr. 30. HAGAN, Robert
6. BUDINGTON, Osias 31. HOBKIRK, James
7. BRANNING, George 32. HAGAN, Malachi
8. BUDINGTON, Sidney 33. JOHNSON, Vincent
9. BARDIN, William 34. JOHNSON, John J.
10. CRAWFORD, Jesse 35. JOHNS, Cornelius
11. CROSBY, Thomas C. 36. JOHNS, William (a minor)
12. CLARK, Asa 37. JOHNS, William B.
13. DANIELS, William B. 38. JOHNS, Levi J.
14. DANIELS, Wyla 39. JOHNS, Archibald H.
15. DANIELS, Abram,not 40. JOHNSON, Simpson
mustered. 41. LONG, James, rifle not re-
16. DANIELS, Willliam, turned; loaned to a man who
not mustered. was killed on expedition to
17. DRYDEN, John Ft. Drane & rifle taken by
18. DELANY, John Indians.
19. DILBERRY, Thomas 42. MOORE, Warren
20. EAKIN, James 43. ODUM, James
21. ELLIS, Giles 44. PINNER, Wm., Sr.
22. ELLISM Jonas, absent, 45. PINNER, William
sick. 46. PINNER, John, absent, sick;
23. EDWARDS, James rifle lost, not mustered.










Vol. 9, pp 84-85, PRIVATES, cont'd


47. PREVATT, Morgan 62. ELLIS, Thomas C.
48. ROLLINS, Robert 63. HAGAN, Alfred
49. SPARKMAN, Levi, absent, 64. HILL, Chesley
sick. 65. HELVENSTINE, Geo.
50. SPARKMAN, John 66. HELVENSTINE, John
51. SPARKMAN, William, 67. JOHNS, Luke
absent by order of Lt. 68. JONES, James D.
Col. Crane as guide 69. JONES, Thomas
for SC Militia. 70. JONES, Nathaniel
52. SMITH, Thomas 71. LINDSEY, Henry
53. SMITH, George W., appt 72. MONDANE? MUNDEN?, Allen
Lt 12/4 1836 & acted 73. MILLS, William, not mustered
as such to 2/4/1837. 74. OSTEEN, John D.
54. STEPHENSON, Sam'l H., 75. OSTEEN, Allen
abs. on duty in QM 76. OSTEEN, John A.
Dept. 77. PREVATT, John, abs. on duty
55. THOMAS, Samuel with QM Dept.
56. TIPPINS, Geo. U. 78. PADGETT, Henry, abs., sick.
57. TIPPINS, Geo.C. 79. TUCKER, Thomas
58. WIGGINS, John, Senr 80. WILSON, David
59. WILLIAMSON, Stephen, not 81. WALKER, James
mustered.
60. WILLIAMSON, William
61. CROSBY, William


DEATHS:

1. JOHNSON, Michael, died 11 Dec 1836 at Garey's Ferry.
2. HALL, John, died 12 Jan. 1837.
3. unreadable, died ? Nov. 1836.
4. PREVATT, Thos., died 14 Jan. 1837.
5. PINNER, Arthur, died 27 Oct. 1836.
6. TYNER, James, died 21 Jan. 1837.
7. WOOD, Benjamin, died 26 Nov. 1836.
8. WIGGINS, George, died Oct. ?, 1836.


DESERTED:

1. FILOMAN, James, 24 November 1836 at Garey's Ferry.
2. SPARKMAN, Levi, 6 December 1836 at Garey's Ferry.










Vol. 9, cont'g
PAGES 86-87

Muster Roll of Capt. John G. Smith's Company of the Florida
Mounted Volunteers, ordered into service of the United States
by Brig. Gen'l A. Eustis from the 2nd day of May 1838 under
the Act of Congress approved 25 May 1836.

John H. Winder, 1st Regt. Art'y, Mustering Officer, certified
that on the 2nd day of May 1838 at Fort Harlee he mustered in-
to service of the United States the above company for a period
of six months, unless sooner discharged, and allowed travel
from their home to the place of renezvous miles to each of-
ficer and soldier.

NOTE: The figure following names indicate the number of miles
traveled to place of rendezvous.

John G. SMITH, Capt., 30 Jonathan TINER, Cpl, 30.
Thos. G. PREVATT, 1st Lt., 30 William HOGAN, Cpl., 30.
John G. BLEACH, 2nd Lt., 30. John MOON, Cpl, O.
Wm. D. ANDREWS, 1st Sgt., 30. John JOHNSON, Cpl, 30.
James FITZGERALD, Sgt., 30. A. OSTEEN, Musician, 0.
R. J. GODWIN, Sgt., 0. David LONG, Musician, 70.
Roman ALVEREZ, Sgt. 30.

PRIVATES

1. ALVEREZ, Joseph, 30. NOTE: Names on pg. 87 were taped
2. ADAMS, Joseph, 30. over and some very difficult to
3. BONNER, Henry, 0. read.
4. CARLISLE, Jesse, 30.
5. CROSBY, James, 0. 27. JONES, James D., 0.
6. DAWSON, William, 60. 28. JOHNS, William, 0.
7. ELLIS, Jonas, 0. 29. JOHNS, Wm. B., 60.
8. FENERABENT, Sudwick, 30. 30. LONG, Jesse, 70.
9. FRANCIS, E. V., 30. 31. MOORE, Benjamin, 0.
10. FLINN, James M., 30. 32. MOORE, Henry, 0.
11. FRAME, Robert, 30. 33. MOORE, Warren, 0.
12. GODWIN, Jacob, 0. 34. MOORE, Riley, 0.
13. GODWIN, Solomon, 0. 35. OSTEEN, J. D?, 0.
14. GARNER, James, 30. 36. PATTERSON, T?, 30.
15. HAGAN, Jesse, 30. 37. PINNER, John, 20.
16. HIGGINS, John, 30. 38. PENNINGTON, Henry, 20.
17. JOHNSON, H. H., 30. 39. PINNER, William, 30.
18. JOHNS, Luke, 30. 40. PINNER, James, 30.
19. JOHNSON, John J., 30. 41. RANDAL, Luther, 0.
20. JOHNSON, Vincent, 30. 42. SAULS, John, 70.
21. JONES, Nathaniel, 0. 43. SPARKMAN, Wade H., 30.
22. IVY, Anthony, 0. 44. SMITH, Thomas, 0.
23. JOHNS, Archibald H., 0. 45. SAULS, James, 30.
24. JOHNSON, Simpson, 20. 46. SPARKMAN, Peter, 0.
25. JOHNS, Cornelius, 0. 47. SPARKMAN, James M., 0.
26. JOHNS, Levi J., 0. 48. SCHLITT, Joseph, 30.










Vol. 9, pp 86-87, PRIVATES, cont'd


49. SIBLEY, L. G., 60. 57. WIGGINS, John, 0.
50. SLYE, Benjamin, 30. 58. WOODALL, Hiram, O.
51. STRICKLING, Cain?, 0. 59. WANTON, Philip, 30.
52. SPARKMAN, John, 0. 60. WANTON, William, 30.
53. TURNER, James, 30. 61. WARE, George F., 60.
54. TINER, Clement, 0. 62. WARE, Thomas, 0.
55. TINER, Gideon, 0. 63. YOAKUM, Peter C., 30.
56. WALKER, James, 0. 64. YOUNG, John, 30.

PAGES 88-89

Muster Roll of Capt. John G. Smith's Company of the Florida
Mounted Volunteers, ordered into service of the United States
by Brig. Gen'l A. Eustis from the 18th day of April and from
the 2nd day of May 1838.

"In camp M3 Monroes near Ft. Harlee, E.F." on 18 Oct. 1838,
John G, Smith, Capt., certified that "for the period herein
mentioned" the muster was accurate and reflected the true
state of the company. On the same date and at the same place
M. Asheton (title unreadable) certified that he had inspected
and mustered the above named company.

John G. SMITH, Capt. William HAGAN, Cpl.
Thos. G. PREVATT, 1st Lt. John MOON, Cpl.
John G. BLEACH, 2nd Lt. John JOHNSON, Cpl.
James FITZGERALD, 1st Sgt. W. H. SPARKMAN, entitled to pay
R. J. GODWIN, Sgt., in chg. only as Pvt. until 7/26/1838.
of public property at A. OSTEEN, Musician
New River. David LONG, Musician
Roman ALVAREZ, Sgt.
John TINER, Sgt.
PRIVATES

1. ANDREWS, Wm. D., 1st 15. GARNER, James
Sgt. pay due until 16. HAGAN, Jessee
7/26/1838. 17. HIGGINS, John
2. ALVEREZ, Joseph 18. JOHNSON, H. W.
3. ADAMS, Joseph 19. JOHNS, Luke
4. BENNER, Henry 20. JOHNSON, James J.
5. CARLISLE, Jessee 21. JOHNSON, Vincent
6. CROSBY, James 22. JONES, Nathaniel
7. DAWSON, William 23. JAY, Anthony
8. ELLIS, Jonas 24. JOHNS, Archibald
9. FENERBENT, Sudwick 25. JOHNSON, Simpson
10. FRANCIS, E. J. 26. JOHNS, Cornelius
11. FLINN, James M. 27. JOHNS, Levy J.
12. FRAME, Robert 28. JONES, James D.
13. GOODWIN, Jacob 29. JOHNS, William
14. GOODWIN, Solomon, in chg. 30. JOHNS, William B.
of pub. prop. at New River. 31. LONG, Jessee










Vol. 9. pp 88-89, PRIVATES, cont'd


32. LEFOUT, Clement 50. SIBLEY, G.
33. MOORE, Benjamin 51. SLYE, Benjamin
34. MOORE, Henry 52. STRICKLING, Cain
35. MOORE, Warren 53. SPARKMAN, John
36. MOORE, Riley 54. SNOWDEN, Absolom
37. OSTEEN, J. D. 55. TURNER, James
38. PATTERSON, Frasier 56. TINER, Clement
39. PINNER, John 57. TINER, Gideon
40. PENNINGTON, Henry 58. WALKER, James
41. PINNER, William 59. WIGGINS, John
42. PINNER, James 60. WOODHHALL, Hiram
43. RANDALL, Luther 61. WANTON, Philip
44. SAULS, James 62. WANTON, William
45. SMITH, Thomas 63. WARE, George F.
46. SPARKMAN, Wm. 64, WARE, Thomas
47. SPARKMAN, Peter 65. YOAKUM, Thomas
48. SPARKMAN, James 66. YOUNG, John
49. SCHLITT, Joseph

DEAD: GWYNN, Elijah, Private, entered service 2 June
1838 at Ft. Harlee; killed 2 July 1838 by Indians.


PAGES 90-91

Muster Roll of Major Joseph L. Smith's Independent Veteran Co.
of the 2nd Regt., 2nd Brigade of the Florida Militia, command-
ed by Col. J. L. Sanchez, ordered into service of the United
States by Brig. Gen'l J. M. Hernandez from the 12th day of Dec
1835 to the 10th day of Feb. 1836. "This Company was organiz-
ed by a Special Territorial Law with a Major Commandant.

At St. Augustine, E.F., on 16 July 1836, F. Weeden, Capt.,
commanding the company for Maj. J. L. Smith (sick) certified
that the muster roll exhibits the true state of the Independ-
ent Veteran Company and that the public arms and accoutrements
delivered to this company have been turned over to the offi-
cers of the U.S. appointed to receive them and that each
mounted man furnished his own horse. R. M. Kirby, Maj., USA
Inspector & Mustering Officer, also certified the muster roll
to be true and accurate.


Joseph L. SMITH, Major Obadiah CONGAR, Sgt.
Frederick WEEDON, Capt. Pedro MANUSCY, Sgt.
Bernard SEGUI, 1st Lt. Andreas PAPY, Sgt., absent
William LEVINGSTON, Lt. Bartolo LEONARDY, Sgt.
Elias GOULD, Lt. Bartolo PASETY, Corp.
Thomas DOUGLAS, Lt. John CARRERAS, Corp.
Augustin TATIN, Sgt. Maj. John ARNOU, Corp.
Gabriel W. PERPALL, Sgt. Antonio ANDREA, Corp.











Vol. 9, pp 90-91, cont'd

PRIVATES

1. ANDREA, Rafael 26. MASTERS, John C.
2. ARNOU, Estevan, Jr. 27. MASTERS, Bartolo
3. BAYA, Joseph 28. MASTERS, Peter
4. BARBARA, Joseph 29. NICKERSON, Seth
5. BONQUARDEZ, Jacob 30. PAPY, Joseph
6. BAREALOW, William 31. PAPY, Michael
7. CLA, George, absent 32. PONCE, John, Sr.
8. CANOUIS, Martin 33. PARVIS, John
9. CAPO, John 34. PASETY, Andreas
10. CAPO, Gabriel 35. ROJERO, Ramon
11. CAPELLA, Matthias 36. REED, A. M.
12. CLARK, Lot, absent 37. SEGUI, Benet
13. COLEE, George 38. SEGUI, Peter
14. DELIPA, J. J. 39. SEGUI, Nicholas
15. FELANY, James 40. SIMONS, William
16. GALLOP, Abraham 41. TOMLINSON, Benjamin
17. HERNANDEZ, Joseph 42. TUCKER, M. H.
18. HERNANDEZ, Diego 43. TROPE, Pedro
19. JONES, Eleazar 44. TRIAY, Francis
20. JOYNER, Joshua 45. XIMENES, Rafael
21. LOLDERAL, Joseph 46. DOWNING, Charles
22. LEONARDY, John 47. HEDRICK, John J.
23. LORING, Reuben, absent. 48. ?__ S. S.
24. MIRANDA, Diego 49. ? Philip
25. MARIEN, Francis 50. CLARK, Charles W.


PAGES 92-93

Muster Roll of Captain J. G. Smith's Company of the Mounted
Second Dragoons, Florida Militia, ordered into service of the
United States by Col. D. E. Twiggs, 18th day of Oct. 1838.
At Camp Hernandez on 18 Oct. 1838, M. Asheton, Lt., Inspector
& Mustering Officer, certified that he had mustered into ser-
vice of the U.S. Captain J. G. Smith's Company of Mounted
Militia for a period of six months.

John G. SMITH, Capt. Martin WHITTEMORE, Corp.
John G. BLEACH, 1st Lt. William PINNER, Corp.
John CURRY, Lt. Thomas WARE, Corp.
James FITZGERALD, 1st Sgt. Benjamin SLYE, Corp.
H. Y. BENNER, Sgt. David LONG, Musician
John W. MOON, Sgt. William TURNER, Musician,
George ROLLE, Sgt. not seen.

PRIVATES

1. ANDREWS, William 3. BONNER, Henry
2. BUTLER, William 4. COO?_, John








Vol. 9, pp 92-93, PRIVATES, cont'd


5. GARNET, Joel 29. MIZELL, Joshua
6. CROBSY, James 30. PINNER, John
7. CARLISLE, Jessee 31. PINNER,. Wm. Jr.
8. DAWSON, William 32. PINNER, James
9. DANIELS, William 33. PATTERSON, Frazier
10. DELVIN, Isaac 34. PREVAT, Morgan
11. DOLING, Joseph 35. RANDALL, Luther
12. EATON, Joseph 36. ROOT, Alexander
13. EURE, Ebenezer 37. REDOUGHT, Richard
14. FRANCIS, Eph'r B., 38. ROBERTS, John, not seen.
not seen. 39. RIALS, John, not seen.
15. FIELDS, James 40. JONES, John
16. HIGGIN, John 41. SMITH, Thomas
17. HANCOCK, John 42. SIBLEY, L. G.
18. HOGAN, Daniel 43. SAVIG, Jonathan, not seen.
19. HAMILTON, William 44. SMITH, Leonard, not seen.
20. JOHNSON, John J. 45. SPARKMAN, Will'm
21. JOHNSON, Vincent 46. TURNER, Jas.
22. JOHNSON, K. B. 47. THOMPSON, John
23. JOHNS, W. B. 48. WANTON, William
24. KEEN, Jackson 49. WANTON, Philip
25. LONG, Jessee 50. WALKER, James
26. McINTIRE, Martin 51. WOODHALL, Hiram
27. MOODY, Nathaniel 52. WALSH, Thomas
28. MOONY, Alfred 53. YOUNGBLOOD, Jackson, not
seen.
54. TURNER, Edward, not seen.



PAGES 94-95
Muster Roll of Capt. Wilkin C. Smith's Company of the 9th Regt
1st Brigade of Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Col.
Leigh Read, ordered into service of the United States by Gov.
R. K. Call from the 4th day of July to the 4th day of November
1837.

At Montecello, Fla. on 26 Feb. 1838, W. C. Smith, Capt. com-
manding the company certified the muster roll to be true and
accurate. D. H. Vinton, Insp. & Mustering Officer, also certi-
fied he had mustered the above named company of mounted mili-
tia.

Wilkin C. SMITH, Capt. John HOLTON, Sgt.
John S. DEVINE, 1st Lt. Zachariah G. WHEELER, Corp.
Wiley W. WOOD, 2nd Lt. John GOLDSBY, Corp.
Daniel T.LINGO, Ord. Sgt. James JOHNSON, Corp.
James ROWEL, Sgt.









Vol. 9, pp 96-97, cont'd


NOTE: On this muster roll the age of each man was recorded
after his name and rank/rate. The dollar ($) figures indicate
the valuation of his horse/equipment as appraised.

Hamlin V. SNELL, Captain, 28; $150/10.
Samuel E. HOPE, 1st Lieut., 24; $200/15.
William W. WALL, 2nd Lieut., 23; $150/12.
Levi S. WHITEHALL, Sgt., 41; $110/10.
William J. HART, Sgt., 37; $200/15.
James M. P. HANCOCK, Sgt., 22; $150/10.
Berien D. WHITEHURST, Sgt., 27; $150/8.
Lesly ROSS, Corp., 19; $140/5.
David LEGGETT, Corp., 22, $130/15.
William M. LORY, Corp., 21; $150/25.
Andrew W. BOYETT, Corp., 20; $160/15.
John H. MICKLER, Jr., Bugler, 22; $175/15.
John G. BOYETT, Bugler, 20; $130/5.
Andrew J. WILSON, Farrier, 23; $175/12.

PRIVATES

1. ARNOLD, Matthew, 25; $105/5.
2. ARNOLD, Ferman, 21; $175/30.
3. ANDERSON, Wm., 24; $140/8.
4. BOYETT, John, 46; $180/25.
5. BRINKLY, Allen, 21; $225/10.
6. BRUTON, William A., 18; $115/15.
7. BYRD, Joshua; 18; $180/12.
8. BYE, John A., 34; $125/12.
9. BOYETT, William., 24; $125/5.
10. BEARFIELD, Sampson, 28; $125/18
11. BUCK, Richard, _?_,, $110/10.
12. BEALL, Alpins, 23; $175/12.
13. CONNOR, John, 35; $125/12.
14. CLARK, David, 28; $125/12.
15. CRUM, Richard R., 40; $135/5.
16. CARAWAY, Josepha, 22; $85/12
17. DAILY, Francis, 18; $00/12.
18. EVANS, John, 30; $125/27.
19. FOSTER, Ransom S., 27; $140/10.
20. FOUZER, John C., 22; $165/15.
21. GARRISON, Greer, 22; $100/10.
22. GIBBS, Joseph P., 22; $100/10.
23. GORDON, John, 43; $130/10.
24. GODWYN, Jacob, 23; $125/5.
25. GARBITT, Elisha, 34; $85/8.
26. GIBSON, Elisha, 23; $125/8.
27. HARRIS, Elias S., 20; $135/12.
28. HARD, William, 25; $95/15.
29. HANDREY, Wells, 28; $148/8.
30. HOGAN, Andrew J., 21; $??










Vol. 9, pp 96-97, PRIVATES, cont'd


31. JOHNSON, John, 19; $150/12.
32. JOHNSON, Christopher, 22; $175/15.
33. KETTLES, Lawrence, 25; $125/8.
34. KNIGHT, John, 37; $175/10.
35. LEE, Paul, 21; $125/10.
36. LEGET, Thomas, 18; $150/15.
37. LOCKLA, Middleton, 35; $150/10.
38. LOCKLA, William, 22; $130/10.
39. LEMON, Samuel E., 19; $160/15.
40. LORY, Thomas J., 20; $??.
41. LORY, Nathaniel, 25; $175/3.
42. LORY, Levi, 38; $175/8.
43. LORY, James A., 19; $100/10.
44. MICKLER, John H., Sr., 24; $150/15.
45. MOUCHET, James, 25; $175/15.
46. MICKLER, Peter F., 25; $200/20.
47. McKAY, Odian, 38; $100/5.
48. MARTIN, Alexander C., 20; $40/3.
49. MANSFIELD, George, 23; $??
50. McCLELLAND, William, 28; $125/8.
51. OVERSTREET, Rubin, 27; $125/10.
52. PECKHAM, Isaac L., 23; $100/8.
53. PAGE, John L., 24; $100/8.
54. PETERSON, John S., 27; $125/10.
55. PASSMORE, Calloway, 22; $50/5.
56. REGISTER, Francis, 24; $150/10.
57. ROGERS, John, 19; $$75/10.
58. ROBERTS, William, 23; $150/20.
59. RAULERSON, William, 28; $??
60. SEALY, William S., 30; $130/12.
61. SPARROW, James H., 22; $100/10.
62. SPARROW, John L., 28; $165/25.
63. STRICKLAND, John, 27; $125/20.
64. SMITH, Green, 22; $135/10.
65. STRICKLAND, Wm. F., 28; $75/8.
66. SHAW,, John C., 24; $135/15.
67. STRICKLAND, Abner, ??, $65/5.
68. TAYLOR, Green, 24; $50/25.
69. TOMPKINS, Ambrose, 30; $140/13.
70. TUCKER, Ellijah A., 32; $ 98/8.
71. TERRILL, Samuel D., 22; $140/8.
72. WALKER, Henry W., 20; $125/8.
73. WILLIAMS, Burden J., 20; $200/15.
74. WEEKS, Charles F., 23; $150/10.
75. WILLIAMS, Matthew, 18; $130/5.










Vol. 9, cont'd

PAGES 98-99

Muster Roll of Capt. Hamlin V. Snell's Company of Florida
Mounted Volunteers called into service of the United States
by Col. G. Loomis, under instructions of the War Dept. (AGO)
4 Nov. 1856, at Fort Brooke, Fla. on the 15th day of December
1857 to the 22nd day of May 1858. The company was organized
by Capt. H. V. Snell at Ft. Brooke in the month of December
1857.

At Fort Brooke on 22 May 1858, H. V. Snell, Capt. commanding
the company certified that the muster roll of his "Independent
Mounted Florida Volunteers" was true and accurate. Theo.
Talbot, VWV Art'y, Mustering Officer also certified the muster
to be accurate. NOTE: Figure following name indicates age.

Hamlin V. SNELL, Capt., 28. Lesly ROSS, Cpl, 19.
Samuel E. HOPE, 1st Lt., 24. William M. LANG, Cpl, 21.
William W. WALL, Lt., 23. Andrew A. BOYETT, Cpl, 20.
Levi E. WHITEHALL, Sgt, 41. John H. MICKLER, Jr.Cpl, 22.
William J. HART, Sgt, 34. John G. BOYETT, Bugler, 20.
James A. J. HANCOCK, Sgt, 22. Andrew J. WILSON, Farrier,
Berien D. WHITEHURST, Sgt, 24 23.

PRIVATES

1. ARNOLD, Matthew A., 25. 26. HARRIS, Elias L., 20.
2. ARNOLD, D. Ferman, 21. 27. HARROD, William, 25.
3. ANDERSON, William, 24. 28. HANCHEZ, Wells, 28.
4. BOYETT, John, 46. 29. JOHNSON, John, 19.
5. BRINKLY, Allen J., 21. 30. JOHNSON, Christopher, 22.
6. BRUTON, William A., 15. 31. KETTLES, Lawrence, 25; AWOL
7. BYRD, Joshua B., 18. 3/24 to 4/7/1858.
8. BEGGS, John A., 34. 32. LEE, Paul, 21.
9. BOYETT, William, 24 33. LEGET, Thomas, 18.
10. BAREFIELD, Sampson, 25. 34. LOCKHART, Middleton, 35.
11. BUCK, Richard, 23. 35. LOCKHART, William, 22.
12. BEALL, Alpins, 23. 36. LEMON, Samuel 0., 19.
13. CONNOR, John, 35; horse 37. LONG, Thomas J., 20.
died 3/7; remounted. 38. LONG, Nathaniel, 25.
14. CRUM, Richard R., 40. 39. LONG, Levi, 35.
15. CARAWAY, Josepha, 22. 40. LANG, James T., 19.
16. DAILEY, Francis, 18. 41. MICKLER, John H., Sr., 24.
17. EVANS, John, 30. 42. MICKLER, Peter F., 25.
18. FOSTER, Ransom J., 27. 43. McKAY, Odiam, 35.
19. FRAYER, John C., 22. 44. MARTIN, Alexander, 20.
20. GARRISON, Green, 22. 45. McCLELLAND, William, 45.
21. GIBBS, Joseph P., 22. 46. OVERSTREET, Rabun, 27.
22. GORDON, John, 43. 47. PECKHAM, Isaac L., 23; horse
23. GODWIN, Jacob, 23. died on express 4/14; re-
24. GARBETT, Rodolphus, 34. mounted 4/22/1858.
25. GIBSON, Elisha, 23. 48. PAGE, John L., 23.










Vol. 9, pp 98-99, PRIVATES, cont'd


49. PETERSON, John L., 27. 61. SHAW, John C., 24.
50. PASSMORE, Callaway, 22. 62. STRICKLAND, Abner, 25.
51. PREASTER, Francis, 24. 63. TOMPKINS, Ambrose, 30.
52. ROGERS, William, 19. 64. TUCKER, Elijah A., 32.
53. ROBERTS, William, 23. 65. SMITH, Samuel L., 22; AWOL
54. RAULERSON, William, 25. 3/20 to 4/7/1858.
55. SEALY, William J., 30. 66. WALKER, Henry W., 20.
56. SPARROW, James H., 22. 67. WILLIAMS, Burton D., 20.
57. SPARROW, John L., 24. 68. WEEKS, Charles L., 23
58. STRICKLAND, John, 27. 69. WILLIAMS, Matthew, 18.
59. SMITH, Green, 22.
60. STRICKLAND, Wm. F., 23.

DISCHARGED:
CLARK, Daniel, Pvt. 28; without pay or allowance, 1/11/1858.
MOUCHET, James, ", 25; "
LEGGET, David, 22; 4/8/1858.
MANSFIELD, George, Pvt, 31; "

DESERTED:
TAYLOR, Green, Pvt., 24; from date of muster.
HOGAN, Andrew, J., Pvt., 21; from date of muster.
KNIGHT, John, Pvt., 3; 10 February 1858.


PAGES 100-101

Muster Roll of Lt. T. J. Snowden's Detachment, 1st Regiment,
1st Brigade of Florida Militia commanded by Gen'l Leigh Mead
called into service of the United States by Gov. R. K. Call
from the 4th day of Oct 1836 to the 2nd day of Jan 1837.

On 25 July 1838 at Black Water, Escambia Co., Fla., Stephen
Roberts, Lt., commanding the company certified that the muster
roll for the period mentioned exhibits the true state of the
company. D. H. Vinton, Insp. & Mustering Officer, verified
the accuracy of the muster.

1. T. J. SNOWDEN, 1st Lt., absent without leave 20 Nov. 1836.
2. Stephen ROBERTS, Sgt., promoted to 1st Lieut. on 11/20/1836
3. Alexander MOFFAT, Corp., died 9 November 1836.
4. George ARDES, Corporal

PRIVATES

5. BELL, John 11. SMITH, Fisher
6. SMITH, Robert 12. NICHOLS, Alfred
7. JONES, Davis 13. SNOWDEN, John
8. BENTON, Samuel 14. ELLIS, Durdin
9. MOORE, Alexander 15. CESSWELL, Jno?
10. ANDERSON, John. lost musket. 16. JERNIGAN, Eldridge










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17. CAMERON, William 22. HOWARD, Hinson
18. LANE, Daniel 23. STEEL, W.
19. TISDAL, Alexander 24. HENNEY, F. Jonas
20. ADAMS, Hugh
21. PELLAM, D. Stephen, de-
serted from St. Marks 10/28.

PAGES 102-103

Muster Roll of Captain S. L. Sparkman's Company of the Florida
Mounted Volunteers called into service on 17 August 1857. The
company was mustered at St. Augustine, East. Florida.

NOTE: There were no certifications, affidavits, or signatures
attached to this muster roll. The muster shows: names, ages,
and dollar value of horses/equipments.

1. Simeon L. SPARKMAN, Capt., age ?; $175/00
2. Elijah B. SPARKMAN, 1st Lt., age ?; $170/10.
3. Cincinatus W. DEESON, Lt., age ?; $125/7.
4. Christopher F. BINDING, rank ?. age ?; $100/12.
5. James A. LOCKHART, Cpl, age?; $80/7.
6. William ELLIS, Cpl, 23; $75/7.
7. James M. MANLY, rate?, 21; $140/00
8. Henry A. PRINE, Cpl., 22; $150/15.
9. Wiley McCLELLAND, Cpl, 44; $140/7.
10. John W. TANNER, Cpl, 20; $225/20.
11. William E. SWEAT, 4th Sgt., 28; $125/12.
12. John M. FUTCH, rate?, 20; $175/20.
13. John McCAULEY, rate?, 45; $90/10.
14. Mathew BURNETT, rate?, 21; $130/12.
15. James MILEY, 2nd Cpl, 21; $130/10.
16. Thorp RAULERSON, rate?, 26; $125/12.
17. Thomas W. WILDER, rate?, 26; $160/12.
18. Milton W. JOHNSON, rate?, 27; $200/12.
19. Henry R. HILL, rate?, 19; $110/10.
20. Levi WEEKS, rate?, 19, $130/3.
21. Zachariah SUMMERALL, rate?, 20; $145/8.
22. Samuel W. WEEKS, rate?, 35; $125/10.
23. William W. BARBER, rate?, 26; $130/8.
24. Thomas J. MITCHELL, 2nd Sgt., 24; $160/10.
25. Abel A. FREEMAN, rate?, 28; $145/15.
26. William HUGHY, rate?, 23; $135/10.
27. James A. COLLINS, rate?, 19; $150/10.
28. James R. ROBERTSON, Cpl, 36; $130/12.
29. James W. BRYANT, Bugler, 19; $135/5.
30. William H. HANCOCK, 1st Sgt., 32; $140/10.
31. Samuel R. COLLINS, rate?, 24; $140/15.
32. Levi T. PEARCE, rate?, 19; $145/7.
33. Timothy HOLLINGSWORTH, rate?, 18; $125/5.
34. William R. HOLLINGSWORTH, rate?, 35; $145/10.










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35. Henry DEES, rate?, 26; $145/10.
36. James A. MOBLY, 3d Sgt., 24; $135/12.
37. Jesse McCLELLAN, rate?, 19; $75/8.
38. Wilbert COMBS, rate?, 41; $130/12.
39. Barton M. SMITH, rate?, 23; $100/5.
40. Hampton COMBS, rate?, 20; $80/10.
41. James GARVIN, rate?, 44; $130/15.
42. William McCLELLAND, rate?, 24; $100/10.
43. Hopkins M. WILDER, rate?, 19; $140/10.
44. William W. SMITH, rate?, 20; $135/10.
45. William CROSBY, rate?, 23; $150/27.
46. Denis C. HICKEY, farrier, 25;; $140/10.
47. James J. PEARCE, rate?, 22; $140/8.
48. Joseph M. PEARCE, rate?, 27; $90/8.
49. John McCLELLAND, rate?, 28; $140/15.
50. James A. MOODY, rate?, 19; $120/5.
51. George SIMMONS, rate?, 35; $140/10.
52. John R. WIGGINS, rate?, 20; $125/5.
53. Millidge WIGGINS, rate?, 19; $130/8.
54. William G. MILEY, bugler, 22: $140/10.
55. Thomas M. WILDER, rate?, 20; $140/5
56. Wilder F. BURT, rate?, 18; $120/5.
57. Robert M. BRANDON, rate?, 18; $130/5.
58. James C. BRYANT, rate?, 22; $125/15.
59. Moses A. McCLELLAN, rate?, 30; $160/10.
60. William C. COLLINS, rate?, 25; $150/25.
61. Jarit W. BRANDON, rate?, 21; $100/00.
62. William N. CAMPBELL, rate?, 26; $125/10.
63. Francis M. MITCHELL, rate?, 21; $135/27.
64. Hardy COLLINS, rate?, 23; $75/15.
65. William WIGGINS, rate?, 44; $140/10.
66. Maxfield McCLELLAN, rate?, 18; $75/10.
67. Silas M. McCLELLAN, rate?, 24; $145/10.
68. Samuel LOFTON, rate?, 50; $130/10.
69. Harmon CRUM, rate?, 26; $150/18.
70. James M. SMITH, rate?, 21; $ not approved.
71. Willoughby WHIDDON, rate?, 21; $ not approved.
72. John W. WILDER, rate?, 18; $ not approved.
73. Andrew G. BARBER, rate?, 18; $ not approved.
74. George FRANKLIN, rate?, 26; $ not approved.
75. James R. STAFFORD, rate?, 21; $80/20.
76. William R. FERRAND, rate?, 17; $60/7.
77. Stephen J. HOLLINGSWORTH, rate?, 27; $ not approved.
78. David CRUM, rate?, 22; $ not approved.
79. Daniel CRUM, rate?, 21; $ not approved.
80. George W. D. HANCOCK, rate?, 25; $ not approved.
81. John E. HICKS, rate?, 17; $ not approved.
82. Isaac M. L. NETTLES, rate?, 22; $ not approved.
83. William M. BLOCKER, rate?, 24; $ not approved.
84. Enoch COLLINS, rate?, 21; $ not approved.
85. William ALTMAN, rate?, 24;; $ not approved.









Wol. 9, cont'd

PAGES 104-105
Descriptive Roll of Captain S. L. Sparkman's Company of Flori-
da Mounted Volunteers mustered out of service on 16 February
1858.

This hand-drawn roll contains columns headed as follows: (1)
Name, (2) Rank/Rate, (3) Where Born: Town/Country/State or
Kingdom, (4) Height (feet/inches), (5) Color (complexion/eyes/
hair, and (6) Occupation. (Current state & country abbrevia-
tions are used in this copy.)

Simeon L. SPARKMAN, Captain, no further description.
Elijah B. SPARKMAN, 1st Lieut. i
Cincinnatus W. DEESON, 2nd Lt. i
William H. HANCOCK, 1st Sgt., birth place missing; 5'8"; dark/
dark/dark; farmer.
Thomas J. MITCHELL, Sgt., Jefferson, AL; 6"0", sallow/gray/
brown; farmer.
James H. MOBLY, Sgt., Hampton, FL; 5'9", sallow/gray/brown;
farmer.
William E. SWEAT, Sgt., Beauford, SC; 5'5", sallow/gray/brown;
farmer.
Henry A. PRINE, Cpl., Lowndes, GA; 5'9"; dark/dark/dark;farmer
James MILEY, Pickens, Cpl, AL; 5'5",, sallow/gray/brown;farmer
James A. LOCKHART, Cpl, Harris, GA; 5'7"; sallow/gray/brown;
farmer.
James R. ROBERTSON, Cpl, Colleton, SC; 5'9"; fair/gray/brown;
farmer.
Francis M. BRYANT, Bugler, Thomas, GA; 5'8"; sallow/gray/brown
farmer.
William G. MILEY, Montgomery, AL; 5'10"; fair/gray/brown; far-
mer.
Dennis D. HICKEY, Farrier, Tipperary, Ireland; 5'10"; fair/
gray/brown; farmer.

PRIVATES

BURNETT, Matthew, Hillsboro, FL; 5'5"; sallow/gray/brown;
farmer.
BARBER, William W., Levy, FL; 5'8"; fair/blue/brown; farmer.
BURT, Wilber F., Madison, IL; 5'6"; sallow/blue/brown; farmer.
BRANDON, Robert M., Marshall, MS; 5'8"; sallow/gray/brown;
farmer.
BRYANT, James C., Thomas, GA; 5'10"; sallow/gray/brown; farmer
BRANDON, Sharot; Marshall, MS; 6'1"; sallow/gray/brown; farmer
COLLINS, James W., Loundes, GA; 5'5"; fair/gray/brown; farmer.
COLLINS, Samuel R., "; 5'11", fair/fair/fair; farmer.
COMBEE, Wilbert, Scriven, GA; 5'11"; fair/fair/fair; farmer.
COMBEE, Hampton, Edgefield, SC; 5'10"; fair/gray/brown; farmer
CROSBY, William, Banks, GA; 6'4"; dark/dark/dark; farmer.
CAMPBELL, William N., Leon, FL; 5'9"; dark/dark/dark/farmer.









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COLLINS, Hardy, Hamilton, GA; 5'6", fair/gray/brown; farmer.
ELLIS, William, Telfair, GA; 5'6"; sallow/blue/brown; farmer.
FUTCH, John M., Columbia, FL; 5'7"; fair/blue/brown; farmer.
FREEMAN, Albert, Franklin, TN; 6'2"; sallow/gray/sandy; farmer
HILL, Henry R., Hamilton, FL; 5'6"; sallow/gray/brown; farmer.
HUGHES, William, Union, GA; 5'8"; fair/gray/brown; farmer.
HOLLINGSWORTH, Timothy, Thomas, GA; 5'8"; fair/fair/brown,
farmer.
HOLLINGSWORTH, William R., Sampson, NC; 5'11"; fair/fair/fair;
farmer.
JOHNSON, Milton W., no further description.
LANIER, James, Liberty, GA; 5'6"; fair/gray/brown; farmer.
MANLY, James M., Ohio; 5'10"; fair/gray/brown; farmer.
McCLELLAND, Silas, Bladen, NC; 5'9"; fair/blue/gray; farmer.
McCAULY, John, Montgomery, NC; 5'10"; fair/blue/gray; farmer.
McCLELLAND, Jesse, Hamilton, FL; 5'5"; sallow/gray/brown;
McCLELLAND, William, Ervin, FL; 5'8"; dark/dark/dark; farmer.
McCLELLAND, John, Tattnall, GA; 5'10"; fair/gray/brown; farmer
MOODY, James A., Columbia, FL; 5'11"; sallow/blue/light; "
McCLELLAND, Moses A., Telfair; GA; 5'10"; sallow/gray/brown;
farmer.
MITCHELL, Francis M., Jefferson, AL; 5'10", salllow/gray/
brown; farmer.
PEARCE, Levi J., Columbia, FL; 5'8"; sallow/gray/brown; farmer
PEARCE, James J., ; 5'10"' dark/dark/dark; farmer.
PEARCE, Joseph M., died no further description.
RAULERSON, Thorp, Laurens, GA; 5'11"; sallow/grey/brown;
SUMMERALL, Zachariah, Columbia, FL; 5'9"; sallow/grey/brown;
farmer.
SMITH, Ba--tor M., Hamilton, FL; 6'1"; sallow/grey/brown;
farmer.
SMITH, William M., Camden, GA; 5'10"' sallow/grey/brown; farm.
SIMMONS, George, Camden, GA; 5'9"; sallow/grey/brown; farmer.
TANNER, John W., Pike, AL; 5'10"; fair/grey/brown; farmer.
WILDER, Thomas W., Lowndes, GA; no other description.
WEEKS, Levi, NC; 5'6"; sallow/grey/brown; farmer.
WEEKS, Samuel W., Beauford, SC; 5'6"; sallow/grey/brown; farm.
WILDER, Hopkins, Lowndes, GA; 5'5"; salalow/grey/brown; farmer
WIGGINS, John R., Columbia, FL; 5'0", sallow/fair/fair; farmer
WIGGINS, Milledge, "; 5'0";; sallow/fair/fair; farmer
WILDER, Thomas, Laurens, GA; 5'9"; fair/grey/brown; farmer.
ZBINDAW, Christopher, Switzerland; 5'10"; fair/gray/brown;
farmer.
WIGGINS, William, Bryan, GA;; 5'9"; fair/fair/fair; farmer.
McCLELLAND, Maxfield, GA; 5'8"; fair/gray/brown; farmer.
McCLELLAND, Silas M., GA; 6'6"; fair/gray/brown; farmer.
LOFTON, Samuel, Tattnall, GA; 5'11"; sallow/gray/sandy; farmer
CRUM, Harmon, Lowndes, GA; 5'9"; sallow/gray/brown; farmer.
SMITH, James W., Muscogee, GA;; 5'7"; dark/dark/dark; farmer.
WHIDDEN, Willoughby, Columbia, FL; 5'10"; fair/gray/brown;
farmer.









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WILDER, John W., Loundes, GA; 5'8"; fair/gray/brown; farmer.
BARBER, Andrew J., Nassau?, NC; 6'0"; sallow/fair/sandy; "
FRANKLIN, George, Campbell, GA; 6'2"; dar/dark/dark; farmer.
STAFFORD, James R. no further description.
FEARRAND, William B., Leonville, NC; 5'10"; sallow/gray/brown;
farmer.
HOLLINGSWORTH, Stephen, Sampson, NC; 5'6"; sallow/gray/brown;
farmer.
CRUM, David, GA; 5'10"; sallow/gray/brown; farmer.
HANCOCK, George W., Columbia, FL; 6'2"; fair/fair/fair; farmer
HICKEY, John E., Roxbury, MA; 5'11"; fair/gray/brown; farmer.
NETTLES, Isaac M., Alachua, FL; 5'4"; fair/gray/brown; farmer.
BLOCKER, William M., Lowndes, GA; 5'9"; sallow/gray/brown;
COLLINS, Enoch, birthplace missing; 5'6", fair/gray/brown;
farmer.
ALTMAN, William Hamilton, FL; 6'0"; fair/gray/brown; farmer.
VICKERS, John, Appleton, GA; 5'9"; fair/gray/brown; farmer.
TIMMONS, Marshall V., _?-, FL; 5'10"; dark/dark/dark; farmer.
TAYLOR, John, died no further description.


PAGES 106-107

Descriptive Roll of Capt. Simeon S. Sparkman's Company of Flo-
rida Mounted Volunteers mustered out of service of the United
States at Fort Brooke, Fla. on 17 February 1857.

This hand-drawn roll contains columns as follows: (1) Name,
(2) Rank, (3) Age, (4) Place Born (town/county -state/kingdom)
(5) Height (feet/inches), (6) Color: complexion/eyes/hair and
(7) Occupation.

Simeon S. SPARKMAN, Capt., 49; Camden, GA; 5'10"; dark/blue/
black; farmer.
Elijah B. SPARKMAN, 1st Lt., 36; Camden, GA; 5'8"; dark/blue/
black; farmer.
Milton W. JOHNSON, Lt., 26, Sampson, NC; 6'8", light/light/
light; farmer.
Thomas M. WILDER, 1st Sgt., 18, Scriven, GA; 6'8";dark/brown/
brown; farmer.
Wm. M. BLOCKER, Sgt., 22; Lounds, GA;, 5'8"; sallow/grey/brown
farmer.
Samuel K. COLLINS, Sgt., Lounds, GA; 23; 5'10"; light/blue/
light; farmer.
Allen B. ROBERTSON, Sgt., 31; Colleton, SC; 5'10"; light/blue/
brown; farmer.
James MILEY, Cpl; 19; Montgomery, AL; 5'8"; dark/black/black;
farmer.
Marshall V. SIMMONS, Cpl., 24; Escambia, FL; 5'6"; dark/black/
brown; farmer.
Wm. E. SWEAT, Cpl, 28; Beaufort, SC; 5'5"; light/grey/brown.










Vol. 9. pp 106-107, cont'd


William CROSBY, Cpl, 21; Baker, GA; 6'3-1/2"; dark/gray/
black; farmer.
William CARNEY, bugler, 18; Jefferson, FL; 5'4"; light/blue/
light; farmer.
C. W. DEESON, bugler, 31; Montgomery, AL; 5'10"; sallow/brown/
brown; farmer.
Henry W. PRINE, farrier, 21; Lounds, GA; 5'7"; dark/black/
black; farmer.

PRIVATES


Francis M. BRYANT, 18, Thomas, GA; 5'5"; dark/blue/brown;
farmer.
James C. BRYANT, 21, Thomas, Ga; 6'0"; dark/blue/black; farmer
R. V. BUFFAM, 43, VT; 5'9"; dark/dark/grey; farmer.
W. F. BURT, 18; Monroe, FL; 5'5"; dark/black/black; farmer.
W. W. BARBER, 26, Liberty, GA; light/blue/light; farmer.
H. COOMBEE, 19, Edgefield, SC; 5'7"; dark/blue/black; farmer.
W. COOMBEE, 41, Edgefield, SC; 5'8"; light/blue/brown; farmer.
Hardy COLLINS, 21, Loundes, GA; 5'9"; light/blue/brown;
Enoch COLLINS, 20, ; 5'6"; light/blue/light;
John COLLINS, 23, ; 6'0"; light/blue/light;
Wm. C. COLLINS, 25; SC; 5'8"; light/brown/brown; farmer.
Henry DEES, 26, Tattnall, GA; 6'1"; light/grey/light; farmer.
A. J. FREEMAN, 27, TN; 6'0"; light/grey/light; farmer.
John M. FUTCH, 19, Columbia, FL; 5'5"; light/blue/light;
Selby FRANKLIN, 37, place?; 5'7"; dark/black/black; farmer.
George FRANKLIN, 35, Scriven, GA; 5'6"; light/dark/brown;
Henry N. FRIER, 26, Lowndes, GA; 5'7"; light/dark/brown; farm.
John FARLESS, 31, Washington, GA; 5'8"; sallow/grey/brown;
farmer.
John GALLIGHER, 36, Cavan, Ireland; 5'6'; light/blue/light,
farmer.
Timothy HOLLINGSWORTH, 18, Muscogee, GA; 5'7"; light/blue/blk;
farmer.
Stephen HOLLINGSWORTH, 45, Sampson, NC; 5'6"; light/brown/
gray; farmer.
Stephen T. HOLLINGSWORTH, 27, Sampson, NC; 5'6"; light/brown/
brown; farmer.
Jordan HANCOCK, 43; Tattnall, GA; 5'8"; dark/gray/brown;farmer
James T. HANCOCK, 21; ; 5''10"; light/gray/brown;
farmer.
Martin J. HANCOCK, 18, "; 5'8"; dark/gray/brown; farmer
Wm. R. HOLLINGSWORTH, 31, Sampson, NC; 5'10"; light/blue/sandy
farmer.
Henry R. HILL, 18, Hamilton, FL; 5'6"; dark/dark/dark; farmer.
Dennis 0. HICKEY, 22; Ireland; 5'8"; fair/blue/black; ditcher.
John W. HAWKINS, 30, GA; 5'9"; light/grey/brown; farmer
Enoch JOHNSON, 29, Sampson, NC; 5'5"; dark/brown/black; farmer
James M. JONES, 25, Camden, GA; 6'0"; sallow/brown/bwn; farmer










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James M. KITE, 33, Washington, GA; 5'5"; light/blue/brown;
farmer.
William MILEY, 21, Montgomery, AL; 5'5'; dark/black/black;
farmer.
John MOBLEY, 19, Hamilton, FL; 5'6"; dark/black/black; farmer.
James H. MOBLEY, 23, Hamilton, FL; 5'8"; light/brown/brown;
farmer.
Silas S. McCLELLAND, 20, Irwin, GA; 6'3"; light/blue/brown;
farmer.
John McCAULAY, 45, Montgomery, NC; 5'7"; dark/brown/black;
mechanic.
Robert A. McCAULEY, 25, Thomas, GA; 5'9"; dark/black/black;
farmer.
Gabriel J. McCLELLAND, 24, Irwin, GA; 5'10"; light/blue/brown;
farmer.
John M. McCLELLAND, 35, Irwin, GA; 5'6", light/blue/brown;
farmer.
Moses A. McCLELLAND, 30, Irwin, GA; 5'11"; light/blue/brown;
farmer.
Thomas L. McKENNE, 29, MS; 5'9"; light/blue/brown; farmer.
James W. PEARCE, 29, Camden, GA; 6'0"; light/gray/light; farm.
William H. PEARCE, 18, Hamilton, FL; 5'11"; light/blue/light;
farmer.
John M. PEARCE, 21, Hamilton, FL; 6'0"; dark/brown/black;
farmer.
James T. PEARCE, 20, Columbia, FL; height?; dark/gray/black;
farmer.
Joseph M. PEARCE, 26, Camden, GA; 6'1"; light/blue/light;
farmer.
John PEARCE, 45, Telfair, GA; 6'0"; light/gray/brown; farmer.
Thomas G. PEARCE, 18, Columbia, FL; height?; light/blue/light
farmer.
John PORTER, 40, Sampson, NC; 5'6"; dark/brown/brown; farmer.
James R. ROBERTSON, 35, Colleton, SC; 5'9", light/blue/brown;
farmer.
Samuel RODGERS, 39, Sampson, NC; 5'10"; dark/brown/black;
farmer.
John W. ROBERTS, 42, Elbert, GA; 5'10-1/2"; light/blue/brown;
physician.
Andrew J. ROWE, 26, Ohio; 6'10-1/2"; light/blue/black, farmer.
C. G. SIMMONS, 25, Escambia, FL; 5'8", light/gray/brown,
Jas. R. STAFFORD, 19, Alachua, FL; 5'6"; sallow/gray/brown;
farmer.
George SIMMONS, 35, Camden, GA; 5'8-1/2"; light/blue/brown;
farmer.
W. W. SMITH, 20, Camen, GA; 5'11"; dark/blue/brown; farmer.
N. K. SPARKMAN, 42, Camden, GA; 5'8"; dark/bray/brown; farmer.
George W. SMITH, 44, Marlboro, SC; 6'2"; dark/brown/black;
farmer.
Abraham SIMMONS, 27, Escambia, FL; 5'4", dark/dark/brown,
farmer.









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Baxter SMITH, 22, Hamilton, FL; 6'2"; dark/dark/dark; farmer.
Z. SUMMERALL, 19, Columbia, FL; 5'8", dark/dark/black; farmer.
John W. TANNER, 18, Escambia, FL; 5'9"; light/blue/light;
Aaron TANNER, 24, Hamilton, FL; 6'9"; light/blue/light; farmer
Archibald H. WEEKS, 28, Beaufort, SC; 5'6"; dark/gray/brown;
farmer.
Samuel W. WEEKS, 35, Beaufort, SC; 5'6"; dark/gray/black; far-
mer.
John W. WILDER, 18, Lowndes, GA; 5'7"; light/blue/light; farm.
William WILDER, 44; Tatnall, GA; 6'3"; light/blue/light;
Thomas H. WILDER, 18, Lowndes, GA; 6'3"; light/gray/brown; "
Samuel A. WELLS, 20, Marshall, MS; 5'11"; dark/black/brown; "
R. M. WELLS, 18, Marshall, MS; 5'8"; light/blue/brown; farmer.
C. ZBINDON, 39, Switzerland; 5'11"; light/gray/brown; farmer.


PAGES 108-109

Descriptive Roll of Captain S. L. Sparkman's Company of Mount-
ed Volunteers mustered out of service August 17, 1857.

This hand-drawn roll shows in columns the following: (1) Rank
(2) Name, (3) Where born, (4) Height, (5) Color: complexion/
eyes/hair.

Capt. Simeon L. SPARKMAN, no further description.
1 Lt. Elijah B. SPARKMAN, Camden, GA; 5'10", light/grey/light.
2 Lt. Milton W. JOHNSON, NC, 5'10", light/dark/light.
Sgt Thomas W. WILDER, Scriven, GA; 5'11"; light/dark/light.
Sgt Cincinnatus W. DEESON, Montgomery, AL; 5'10"; drk/drk/dark
Sgt John L. PEARCE, Camden, GA, 5'10", sallow/dark/dark.
Sgt William C. COLLINS, Hamilton, FL; 5'10", light/grey/dark.
Cpl Richard V. BUFFUM, Lincoln, VT, 6'0"; dark/grey/grey.
Cpl Wm. R. HOLLINGSWORTH, Sampson, NC, 5'11", light/light/it.
Cpl Levi PEARCE, Washington, GA; 6'1", dark/dark/dark.
Cpl Geo. SIMMONS, Camden, GA; 5'8"; dark/dark/dark.
Bglr Wm. G. MILEY, Montgomery, AL; 5'6"; dark/dark/dark.
Bglr Stephen HOLLINGSWORTH, Sampson, NC, 5'5"; light/grey/dark
Far. Thorp RAULERSON, Laurens, GA; 5'11"; light/light/light.

PRIVATES

ALLISON, William A., Tallahassee, FL; 5'7"; light/light/light.
BRYANT, Francis M., Thomas, GA; 5'6", sallow/light/light.
BRYANT, James C., Thomas, GA; 6'0", light/light/light.
BARBER, William W., Bryant, GA; 5'7"; sallow/light/dark.
BURNETT, Mathew, Hillsboro, FL; 5'6"; light/light/light.
BRASWELL, Moses G., Warren, GA; 5'11", light/grey/light.
COLLINS, Samuel K., Lowndes, GA; 5'10"; light/light/light.
CARLETON, Isaac, Thomas, Ga; 5'7"; sallow/sandy/sandy.
COMBRE, Hampton, Edgefield, SC; 5'8", light/light/light.









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COMBRE, Wilbert, Edgefield, SC; 5'8"; light/grey/dark.
COLLINS, Hardy, Hamilton, FL; 5'9"; light/grey/light.
CROSBY, William, Thomas, Ga; 6'4"; dark/dark/dark.
CAMPBELL, William, Madison, FL; 5'9"; dark/grey/dark.
DEES, Henry, Tatnall, GA; 6'2'; sandy/sandy/sandy.
FRANKLIN, Selby, dead, no further description.
FUTCH, John M., Hamilton, FL; 5'6"; light/gray/light.
FUTCH, Henry H., Hamilton, FL; 5'0"; sallow/gray/light.
FREEMAN, Albert A., Franklin, TN; 6'2"; light/blue/light.
FRANKLIN, George, Abden?, GA; 5'6"; dark/grey/dark.
GUIELLO, Nathan, Early, GA; 6'1"; sallow/gray/dark.
HILL, Henry R., Hamilton, FL;; 5'7", sallow/blue/light.
HUGHES, William, Union, GA; 5'8"; dark/dark/dark.
HOLLINGSWORTH, Timothy, Laurens, GA; 5'8"; light/light/light.
HICKEY, Dennis 0., Tipparary, Ireland; 5'9"; dark/grey/dark.
HANCOCK, William H., MS; 5'8"; dark/grey/dark.
HOLLINGSWORTH, Stephen, Sampson, NC; 5'9"; light/grey/grey.
HAWKINGS, John W., Ware, GA; 5'9"; light/grey/light.
HOOKER, Stephen T., Hamilton, FL; 6'1"; sallow/blue/dark.
IVEY, William, Camden, GA; 5'10"; dark/dark/dark.
JACKSON, John S., Upsom, GA; 5'8"; light/grey/light.
LOFTON, Samuel, Tatnall, GA; 5'11"; light/dark/dark.
LANIER, James, Liberty, GA; 5'9"; light/grey/grey.
LOCKHART, James A., Harris, GA; 5'7"; light/blue/light.
MILEY, James, Montgomery, AL; 5'8"; sallow/dark/dark.
MOBLEY, John B., Hamilton, FL; 5'11"; sallow/dark/dark.
MOBLEY, James H., Hamilton, FL; 5'11"; dark/dark/dark.
MANLEY, James M., Portsmouth, Ohio, 5'8"; light/light/light.
MITCHELL, Thomas J., Jefferson, AL; 6'0"; light/grey/light.
McCLELLAND, Moses A., Telfair, GA; 5'10"; light/grey/light.
McCLELLAND, John, Thomas, GA; 5'7"; dark/blue/dark.
McCLELLAND, Silas L., Hamilton, FL; 6'4"; sallow/grey/dark.
McCAU_?_, John, Montgomery, NC; 5'7"; dark/grey/grey.
O'NEIL, John, Columbia, FL; 6'3"; dark/dark/dark.
PRINE, Henry A., Loundes, GA, 5'8"; dark/dark/dark.
PEARCE, James T., Columbia, FL; 6'3", sallow/grey/light.
PEARCE, William H., Hamilton, FL; 6'1"; light/grey/light.
PEARCE, Thomas C., Columbia, FL; 5'7"; light/blue/light.
PEARCE, John M., Columbia, FL; 5'11"; dark/dark/dark.
PEARCE, John, Telfair, GA; 6'0"; light/blue/grey.
ROBINSON, Hansford, Wayne, GA; 6'0"; light/grey/light.
ROSS, Lorenzo D. discharged, no further description.
RODGERS, Samuel J., Hanover, NC; 5'9", dark/blue/dark.
ROBERTSON, James R., Colleton, SC; 5'9", light/grey/light.
SMITH, Baxter M., Hamilton, FL; 6'1"; sallow/dark/dark.
SMITH, William W., Camden, GA; 6'2"; sallow/blue/dark.
SWEAT, William A., Beaufort, SC; 5'4"; dark/grey/dark.
SUMMERALL, Zachariah, Columbia, FL, 5'9"; sallow/light/light.
SIMMONS, Marshall V., sick, no further description.
SMITH, George W., Marlboro, SC; 6'2"; dark/grey/dark.
SIMMONS, Abraham, Escambia, FL; 5'4"; dark/dark/dark.










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SLADE, Alfred, Somerset, England, 5'9", sallow/dark/dark.
SLOAN, Jasper, Thomas, GA; 5'8'; light/blue/light.
TANNER, John W., Pike, AL; 5'10"; light/grey/light.
WEEKS, Samuel M., Beaufort, SC; 5'6"; dark/blue/dark.
WILDER, Hopkins M., Lowndes, GA; 5'7"; light/grey/light.
WILDER, Thomas K., Lowndes, GA; 5'10"; light/grey/light.
WHIDDEN, Maxwell, Kissimmee, FL no further description.
WEEKS, Levi, SC; 5'6"; light/blue/light.
WHIDDEN, John, Levy, FL; 6'1"; light/blue/light.
WEEKS, John J., Beaufort, SC; 5'8", light/grey/light.
WHIDDEN, William, Levy, FL; 6'0"; sallow/dark/dark.
ZBINDAU, Christopher, Switzerland, 5'9"; dark/blue/dark.
DRIGGERS, Henry, Lowndes, GA; 5'4"; light/light/light.
WILDER, John, Lowndes, GA; height?; fair/blue/light.
WILDER, William, Tatnall, GA; 6'3"; dark/blue/grey.


PAGES 110-111

Alphabetical List of Captain Sparkman's Company of Volunteers.
Note: This list shows Name, Rank, Age, When Enrolled (8/17/
185?); Dollar value of horse and equipment.

William SPARKMAN, Capt., age ?., $175.00.
Elijah B. SPARKMAN, Lt., age ?., $170.00.
Cincinnatus W. DEESON, Lt., age ?, $125/7.
Thomas H. HANCOCK, Sgt., 32; $140/10.
Thomas T. MITCHELL, Sgt., 24; $160/10.
James H. MOBLEY, Sgt., 24; $135/12.
William E. SWEAT, Sgt., age?, $125/12.
Henry A. PRINE, Corp., 22; $150/15.
James MILEY, Corp., 21; $180/10.
James H. LOCKHART, Corp., age?, $100/12.
James R. ROBERTSON, Corp., 36; $130/12.
James M. BRYANT, Bugler, 19; $135/5.
William G. MILEY, Bugler, 22, $140/10.
Dennis O. HICKEY, Farrier, 25, 140/10.

PRIVATES

BURNETT, Matthew, 21, $130/12. COLLLINS, William C., 25,
BARBER, William W., 26, $130/8 $150.25
BURT, Wilber F., 18, $130/5. CAMPBELL, Wm N. 26, $125/10.
BRANDEN, Robt. M., 18, $130/5. COLLINS, Hardy, 23, $75/25.
BRYANT, James C., 11, $125/15. DEES, Henry, 26, $145/10.
BRANDEN, J. W., 21, $110/0. ELLIS, William, 23; $75/7.
COLLINS, Jas. W., 19, $130/10. FUTCH, John M., 20, $175/20.
COLLINS, Sam'l K., 24, $140/15. FREEMAN, Albert, 28, $145/15
COMBRE, Wilbert, 41, $130/12. HILL, Henry R., 19, $110/10.
COMBRE, Hampton, 20, $80/10. HENGHA, William, 23, $135/10
CROSBY, William, 25, $150/27.










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HOLLINGSWORTH, Tim, 18, $125/5. PEARCE, Jos. M., 27, $90/8.
HOLLINGSWORTH, Wm.,35, $115/10. RAULERSON, Thorp, 26,$125/12
JOHNSON, Milton W., 27, $100/12. SUMMERALL, Z., 20, $145/8.
LANIER, James, 44, $130/15. SMITH, Baxter M.,23, $100/5.
MANLY, James M., 21, $140/0. SMITH, Wm M., 26, $135/10.
McCLELLAND, Silas, 44, $140/7. SIMMONS, Geo., 35, $140/10.
McCAULY, John, 45, $90/10. TANNER, Jno. W. 20, $225/20.
McCLELLAND, Jesse, 19, $75/8. WILDER, Thos., 26, $160/12.
McCLELLAND, Wm., 24, $100/10. WEEKS, Levi, 19, $130/3.
McCLELLAND, John, 28, $140/15. WEEKS, Sam'l W.,35, $125/10.
MOODY, James P., 19, $125/5. WILDER, Hopkins, 19, $140/10
McCLELLAND, Moses A., 30, WIGGINS, Jno. R. 20, $125/5.
$160/10. WIGGINS, Milledge, 19,
MITCHELL, Francis, 21, $135/27. $130/8.
PEARCE, Levi J., 19; $145/7. WILDER, Thos., 20, $140/5.
PEARCE, James, 22, $148/8. ZBINDIN, Chr., age?, $100/12


PAGES 112-113

Muster Roll of Capt. S. L. SPARKMAN of the Florida Mounted
Militia, ordered into service of the United States by the Sec-
retary of War from the 2nd day of August 1840 (commencement
of Territorial Service) to the 29th day of November 1840 when
discharged.

At Lancaster, Alligator Settlement, E.F., on 29 Nov. 1840,
S. L. Sparkman, Capt. commanding the company, certified that
the muster roll was true and accurate. On the same date and
place, Maj. S. Churchill, Insp. & Mustering Officer, certified
that he had examined the roll, inspected the company and
honorably discharged the company.

S. L. SPARKMAN, Capt. Allen HAZLE, Corp.
G. M. ELLIS, 1st Lt. Nehemiah TINDOL, Corp.
W. HANCOCK, 2nd Lt. Edgar COLLING, Corp.
Johnathan CLIFTON, 1st Sgt. Stephen BARCO, Corp.
Langley BRYANT, Sgt. Thomas WEEKS, Bugler.
Allen WEEKS, Sgt. E. B. SPARKMAN, Bugler.
Elias OSTEEN, Sgt.

PRIVATES

1. BARCO, Daniel 8. CASON, John, Sr.
2. BARCO, Joseph 9. CASON, Ransom, sick at
3. BARCO, William Ft. Call from 11/15.
4. BEARD, H W. 10. CASON, James
5. BROOKS, Joseph, sick at 11. CASON, John, Jr.
Ft. Call from 11/16. 12 CASON, Abraham, sick at
6. BENNET, John Ellisville from 11/22.
7. CASON, Moses 13. CASON, William










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14. COMBS, John 46. ROBERTS. Wm.
15. DAVIDSON, John 47. SPARKMAN, Stephen, Sr.
16. DOUGLAS, Richarson 48. SPARKMAN, Stephen, sick
17. GARDNER, John at Ft. Barco from 11/
18. GASKINS, Fisher 12.
19. GARANER, James 49. SPARKMAN, N. R.
20. HANCOCK, Henry 50. STRICKLING, Wm.
21. JOHNS, William 51. SMITH, Mather
22. JONES, Thomas 52. THOMAS, Nicholas
23. LONG, Levi 53. TOWNSEND, Wm.
24. LONG, Redding, sick at 54. WILLIAMS, Thomas
Ft. Barco 11/28. 55. WEEKS, John, Sr.
25. MUNDEN, James 56. WEEKS, John, Jr.
26. MUNDEN, Wm. 57. WEEKS, Samuel, (unread-
27. McKINNEY, Charles able), Oct. 25.
28. MORY, Joseph 58. WEEKS, Thomas
29. NIBLACK, Samuel 59. WEEKS, Madison
30. NIBLACK, Silas 60. unreadable
31. NIBLACK, W. L. 61. WEEKS, Archibald
32. NIBLACK, John 62. WEEKS, Bartlett
33. NIBLACK, Joel 63. WEEKS, Edward (unread-
34. OSTEEN, Hez. able) Oct. 20.
35. OSTEEN, Allen 4. YOUNGBLOOD, Robert (un-
36. OSTEEN, Leander, sick at readable) Nov. 25.
Ellisville from 11/8.
37. OSTEEN, John
38. OSTEEN, W. A.
39. OSTEEN, Shad'k
40. OSTEEN, James, sick at
Ellisville from 11/7.
41. PARISH, Troy, sick at
Ft. Barco from 11/10.
42. PARISH, James M.
43. PARISH, T. J., sick at
Ft. Barco from 11/10.
44. RYAN, Wm. D.
45. REED, Daniel

PAGES 114-115

Muster Roll of Capt. Simeon L. Sparkman's Independent Company
of Florida Mounted Volunteers called into service of the Uni-
ted States by Brevet Col. John Munroe under instructions of
the Adj. General, Washington, D.C. to serve the term of six
months from the date of enrollment, 18 day of Aug. 1856, un-
less sooner discharged.

At Hitchipucksassa, FL on 18 Aug. 1856, Simeon L. Sparkman,
Capt. commanding the company, certified that the muster was
true, accurate and that each man answered to his name in per-
son. E. T. Kindrick, Francis M. Thurman, and Stephen Hancock










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PORTER, John, 40, $100/8 SMITH, Baxter, 22, $100/5.
ROBERTSON, Jas. R.,35, $100/8 SUMMERLL, Zach.,19, $140/15
RODGERS, Samuel, 39, $120/8. TANNER, Jno. W., 18, $80/15
ROBARTS, Jno. W., 42, $125/10. TURNER, Aaron,24, $120/15.
ROWE, Andrew J., 26, $140/15. WEEKS, Arch'd, 28, $75/15.
SIMMONS, Cornelius,25, $125/10. WEEKS, Sam'l W.,35,$145/25.
STAFFORD, Jas. R.,19, $150/10. WILDER, Jno. W.,18, $150/20.
SIMMONS, George, 35, $100/10. WILDER, William, 44, $138/12
SMITH, Wm. W., 20, $135/5. WILDER, Thos. H.,18, $130/15
SMITH, Geo. W., 44, $100/8. WELLS, Sam'l A.,20, $150/10.
SPARKMAN, Nath'l, 42, $130/15. WELLS, Rich'd, 18, $75/10.
SIMMONS, Abram., 27, $135/10. ZBINDAU, Christ.,39,$125/20.


PAGES 116-117


Muster Roll of Capt. Simeon L. Sparkman's Company of Florida
Mounted Volunteers called into service of the United States
by Bvt. Col. John Monroe, Maj. 2nd Art'y, under instructions
of the Adj. General's Office, Washington, DC, at Hitchipuck-
sassa on the 7th day of Jan. 1856 to serve for the term of
six months unless sooner discharged. Company called to serve
from the 18th day of Feb. 1856 to the 18th day of Aug. 1856.

On 18 Aug. 1856 at Hichipucksassa, Fla., Capt. S. L. Sparkman,
commanding the company, certified the muster to be true and
accurate. On same date and place, Francis N. Page, Asst. Adj.
Gen'l & Mustering Officer certified that he had examined the
muster roll, inspected and honorably discharged the above
named company. (The age of each officer and soldier was added
immediately after his name on the roll.)

Simeon L. SPARKMAN, 49, Captain
Ellijah B. SPARKMAN, 36, 1st Lieutenant
John PEARCE, 46, Lieutenant.
JOHNSTON, Milton W., 26, Sergeant.
HANCOCK, Wiliam H., 30, Sergeant.
ROBERTSON, Allen B., 31, Sergeant.
PEARCE, John M., 21, Sergeant.
BLOCKER, William M., 22, Corporal.
PEARCE, William H., 18, Corporal.
COLLINS, William, 25, Corporal.
PEARCE, James F., 20, Corporal.
CARNEY, William, 18, Bugler.
COLLINS, William, 25, Bugler.
GALLAGHER, John, 36, Farrier; horse died 7 Aug. of
blind staggers; remounted immediately.










Vol. 9, pp 114-155, cont'd


signed as appraisers of the horses & horse equipment of each
soldier, and Francis N. Page, Asst. Adj. Gen'l & Mustering Of-
ficer, certified the muster to be accurate. Note: The company
was mustered ata Hitchipucksassa, Fla., and the roll shows the
name, rank, age, and dollar value of horses/horse equipment.

Simeon L. SPARKMAN, Captain, age 36, $140/10.
Elijah B. SPARKMAN, 1st Lt., age 36, $185/10.
Milton W. JOHNSON, 2nd Lt., age 26, $185/16.
Thomas W. WILDER, 1st Sgt., 18, $125/8.
Wm. M. BLOCKER, Sgt., 22, $135/15.
Samuel K. COLLINS, Sgt., 23, $100/12.
Allen B. ROBERTSON, 31, Sgt., $125/15.
James MILEY, Corp., 19, $150/15.
Marshall V. SIMMONS, Corp., 29, $50/5.
William E. SWEAT, Corp., 28, $100/10.
William CROSBY, Corp., 21, $120/8.
Willilam CARNEY, Bugler, 18, $135/20.
Cincinnatus W. DEESON, Bugler, 31, $100/8.
Henry R. PRINE, Farrier, 21, $75/13.

PRIVATES

BRYANT, Francis M, 18, $80/5. HANCOCK, Martin, 18, $150/7
BRYANT, James C., 21, $75/8. HOLLINGSWORTH, William, 31,
BUFFUM, Rch'd V., 43, $80/20. $175/10.
BURT, Wilbur F., 18, $125/15. HILL, Henry A., 18, $75/8.
BARBER, Wm W., 26, $140/15. HICKEY, Dennis, 22, $125/7.
COMBEE, Hampton, 19, $100/10. HOGAN, James B.,25, $140/12.
COMBEE, Wilbert, 41, $140/10. HAWKINS, John, 30, $125/10.
COLLINS, Hardy, 21, $130/10. JOHNSON, Enoch, 29, $100/20.
COLLINS, Enoch, 20, $70/15. JONES, James M., 25, 140/15.
COLLINS, John, 23, $135/8. KITE, James M., 23, $100/7.
COLLINS, Wm C., 25, $140/15. MILEY, Will'm, 21, $125/15.
DEES, Henry, 26, $125/8. MOBLY, John B., 19, $150/8.
FREEMAN, Albert, 27, $120/20. MOBLY, Jas. H., 23, $125/10.
FUTCH, John M., 19, $150/15. McCLELLAND, Silas,20,$135/20
FRANKLIN, Selby, 37, $75/15. McAULAY, John, 45, $140/10.
FRANKLIN, George, 35, $80/8. McCLELLAND, Gabriel J., 20,
FUTCH, John N., 41, $130/15. $125/15.
FRIER, Henry N., 26, $135/10. McCLELLAND, John, 35, $80/5.
FARLESS, John, 31, $175/6. McCLELLAND, Moses A., 30,
GALLAGHER, John, 36, $75/10. $140/15.
HOLLINGSWORTH, Timothy, 18, McKENNY, Thos. L., 29,$150/8
$100/15. PEARCE, Jas. W., 29, $150/15
HOLLINGSWORTH, Stephen, 45, PEARCE, Wm H., 18, $100/10.
$140/8. PEARCE, Jno. M.,21, $145/20.
HOLLINGSWORTH, Stephen L., PEARCE, Jas. T.,20, $140/10.
27, $140/15. PEARCE, Jos. M., 26, $75/10.
HANCOCK, Jordan, 43, $100/8. PEARCE, John, 45, $125/10.
HANCOCK, Jas. T., 21,$100/7/ PEARCE, Thos C.,18, $150/12










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PRIVATES

1. BRYANT, Francis M., 18. 47. RUSHING, Wm. T., 41.
2. BUFFUM, Rich'd B., 43 48. RUSHING, Theophilus, 21.
3. BROWN, Charles, 23; horse 49. RUSHING, John W. J., 18.
died 4/25. 50. ROBERTSON, James R., 35.
4. COLLINS, Enoch, 20 51. RODGERS, Samuel J., 39.
5. COLLINS, Hardy, 21. 52. RAULERSON, Thorp, 24.
6. COLLINS, John, 23. 53. ROBERTS, John W., 42.
7. COMBEE, Hampton, 19. 54. RIOLES, Daniel C., 39.
8. COMBEE, Wilbert, 41. 55. SIMMONS, George, 35.
9. COLEMAN, John, 23. 56. SMITH, William W., 20.
10. CAMPBELL, William J., 36. 57. SMITH, Baxter M., 22.
11. DEES, Henry, 26. 58. SIMMONS, Cornelius G., 25.
12. DEESON, Cincinatus, 31. 59. SIMMONS, Abraham, 27.
13. FRIER, Henry, 26. 60. SIMMONS, Marshall V., 29.
14. FUTCH, John M., 19 61. SMITH, George W., 44.
15. FRANKLIN, Selby, 37. 62. SPARKMAN, Nathaniel K., 42
16. FRANKLIN, George, 35. 63. SYLVESTER, Robert H., 18.
17. GASKINS, Asa 64. TANNER, John W., 18.
18. HOLLINGWORTH, Stephen 65. THOMAS, James R., 19.
T., 27. 66. VICKERS, Richard A., 35.
19. HOLLINGSWORTH, Stephen, 67. WILDER, William, 44.
45. 68. WEEKS, Samuel W., 35.
20. HAWKINS, John W., 69. WIGGINS, William, 42.
21. HARRIS, James M., 21. 70. WILDER, Thomas M., 24.
22. HOLLINGSWORTH, Timothy 71. WILDER, Hopkins M., 18.
18. 72. WILDER, Thomas H., 18.
23. HANCOCK, Shadrack, 23. 73. WILLS, Samuel A., 20.
24. JOH 74. ZBINDUN, Christopher, 39.
25. JACKSON, John S., 28.
26. KNIGHT, Jessee, 39.
27. KNIGHT, Joel, 33.
28. KITE, James M., 23.
29. LANNIER, James, 44.
30. LANNIER, James S., 23.
31. LANNIER, John W., 25.
32. LANNIER, John, 41.
33. LANNIER, Robert H.,18.
34. MOBLY, John B., 19.
35. McCLELLAND, Silas S.,20.
36. McCLELLAND, Gabriel, 29.
37. MILEY, William, 23.
38. MILEY, James, 19.
39. McKINNEY, Andrew J., 24.
40. McKINNEY, Alex'r, 28.
41. MAJORS, Oliver P., 26.
42. NETTLES, Wm. W., 21.
43. NETTLES, Isaac M., 22.
44. PRINE, Henry A., 21.
45. PEARCE, Levi, 44.
46. PEARCE, Thomas C., 18.










Vol. 9, cont'd


PAGES 118-119

Muster Roll of Capt. Simeon L. Sparkman's Company of Mounted
Florida Volunteers called into service of the United States
by Brevet Colonel John Monroe, under instructions of the Adj.
General's Office, Washington, D.C.

S. L. Sparkman, Capt., commanding the company, and A. A.
Gibson, Capt., 2nd Art'y & Mustering Officer, both certified
the muster roll to be true, just and accurate. Jesse Carter,
Joseph Howell, and Madison Post, Appraisers, certified by
signature that the dollar valuation of horses and horse equip-
ment "shew the true cash value" of same "at the place of en-
rolment.", dated 19 Feb. 1856, Station: Hitchipucksassa, Fla.

SPARKMAN, Simeon L., Capt., age 49.
SPARKMAN, Elijah B., 1st Lt., age 36.
PEARCE, John, 2nd Lt., age 46.
JOHNSON, Milton W., 26, Ist Sgt,
HANCOCK, William H., 30, Sgt.
ROBERTSON, Allen B., 31, Sgt.
PEARCE, John M., 21, Sgt.
BLOCKER, William M., 22, Corp.
PEARCE, William H., 18, Corp.
COLLINS, William, 25, Corp.
PEARCE, James T., 20, Corp.
CARNEY, William, 18, Bugler.
GALLAGHER, John, 36, Farrier.

PRIVATES

1. BRYANT, Francis M., 18. 21. HARRIS, James M., 21.
2. BUFFUM, Richard B, 43. 22. HOLLINGSWORTH, Timo-
3. BROWN, Charles, 23. thy, 18.
4. COLLINS, Enoch,, 20. 23. HANDCOCK, Shadrack, 23.
5. COLLINS, Hardy, 21. 24. JOHNSON, Enoch, 29.
6. COLLINS, Johnm 23. 25. JACKSON, John S., 28.
7. COMBEE, Hampton, 19. 26. KNIGHT, Jesse, 39.
8. COMBEE, Wilbert, 41. 27. KNIGHT, Joel, 33.
9. COLEMAN, John, 23. 28. KITE, James M., 23.
10. CAMPBELL, William J., 36. 29. LANNIER, James, 44.
11. DEES, Henry, 26. 30. LANNIER, James S., 23.
12. DEESON, Cincinnatus W., 31. 31. LANNIER, John W., 25.
13. FRIER, Henry, 26. 32. LANNIER, John, 41.
14. FUTCHM John M., 19. 33. LANNIER, Robert H., 18.
15. FRANKLIN, Selby, 37. 34. MOBLY, John B., 19.
16. FRANKLIN, George, 35. 35. McCLELLAND, Silas S., 20
17. GASKINS, Asa, 40. 36. McCLELLAND, Gabriel, 29.
18. HOLLINGSWORTH, Step'n T.,27. 37. MILEY, William J., 23.
19. HOLLINGSWORTH, Stephen, 45. 38. MILEY, James, 19.
20. HAWKINS, John W., 30. 39. McKINNEY, Andrew J., 24.









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40. McKINNEY, Alexander, 18. 58. SIMMONS, Cornelius G., 25.
41. MAJORS, Oliver P., 26. 59. SIMMONS, Abraham, 27.
42. NETTLES, William W., 21. 60. SIMMONS, Marshall V., 29.
43. NETTLES, Isaac M., 22. 61. SMITH, George W., 44.
44. PRINE, Henry A., 21. 62. SPARKMAN, Nathaniel K., 42.
45. PEARCE, Levi, 44. 63. SYLVESTER Robert H., 18.
46. PEARCE, Thomas C., 18. 64. TANNER, John W., 18.
47. RUSHING, William T., 41. 65. THOMAS, James R., 19.
48. RUSHING, Theophilus, 21. 66. VICKERS, Richard A., 35.
49. RUSHING, John W. J., 18. 67. WILDER, William, 44.
50. ROBERTSON, James R., 35. 68. WEEKS, Samuel W., 35.
51. RODGERS, Samuel J., 39. 69. WIGGINS, William, 42.
52. RAULERSON, Thorp, 24. 70. WILDER, Thomas W., 24.
53. ROBERTS, John W., 42. 71. WILDER, Hopkins M., 18.
54. RIOLES, Daniel C., 39. 72. WILDER, Thomas H., 18.
55. SIMMONS, George, 35. 73. WELLS, Samuel A., 20.
56. SMITH, William W., 20. 74. ZBINDUN, Christoper, 39.
57. SMITH, Baxter M., 22.


PAGES 120-121

Muster Roll of Capt. Simeon L. Sparkman's Company of Florida
Mounted Volunteers called into service of the State of Florida
by his excellency James E. Brown, Governor, commencing the
18th day of Feb. 1856 on which day the company was mustered.

At Brown's Store, Hillsborough Co., Fla. on 18 Feb. 1856, S.
L. Sparkman, Capt. commanding the company, certified by his
signature that the muster roll was accurate and that "each man
answers to his own proper name." Jesse Carter, Special Agent
& Mustering Officer also certified by signature that the mus-
was correct and the company "accepted into and out of the
service of the State of Florida."

Simeon L. SPARKMAN, Capt. William M. BLOCKER, Corp'l
Elijah B. SPARKMAN, 1st Lt. William H. PEARCE, Corp'l
John PEARCE, Lt. William COLLINS, Corp'l
Milton W. JOHNSON, 1st Sgt. James T. PEARACE, Corp'l
William H. HANCOCK, Sgt. William CARNER, Bugler
Allen B. ROBERTSON, Sgt. Hardy M. LANIER, Bugler
John M. PEARCE, Sgt. John GALLIGHER, Farrier.

PRIVATES

1. BRYANT, Francis M. 7, COMBE, Wilbert
2. BUFFUM, Richard V. 8. COMBE, Hampton
3. COLEMAN, John 9. DEES, Henry
4. COLLINS, John 10. FRANKLIN, Selby
5. COLLINS, Enoch 11. FRIER, Henry
6. COLLINS, Hardy 12. FUTCH, John









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13. FRANKLIN, George 41. ROWE, Andrew I.
14. FUTCH, John M. 42. ROBERTSON, James R.
15. GASKINS, aSA 43. RUSHING, Theophilus H.
16. HARRIS, James 44. RUSHING, William J.
17. HOLLINGSWORTH, Timothy 45. RAULERSON, Thorp
18. HOLLINGSWORTH, Stephen 46. ROBARTS, John W.
19. HOLLINGSWORTH, Stephen T. 47. RODGERS, Samuel J.
20. HAWKINS, John W. 48. SIMMONS, Cornelius T.
21. JOHNSON, Enoch 49. SIMMONS, Marshal
22. JACKSON, John S. 50. SIMMONS, George
23. KNIGHT, Joel 51. SMITH, George W.
24. KNIGHT, Jesse 52. SUMMERLIN, Jacob
25. LANIER, James 53. SYLVESTER, Henry
26. LANIER, John W. 54. SMITH, Baxter
27. LANIER, John 55. SMITH, Willaford W.
28. LANIER, James S. 56. SIMMONS, Abraham
29. McKINNEY, Andrew J. 57. SPARKMAN, Nathaniel K.
30. MILEY, James 58. TANNER, John W.
31. McCLELLAND, Gabriel 59. THOMAS, James R.
32. McCLELLAND, Silas S. L. 60. THOMAS, John
33. MAJORS, Oliver P. 61. VICKERS, Richard A.
34. MILEY, William J. 62. WELLS, Samuel A.
35. McCLELLAND, John 63. WILDER, Thomas W.
36. NETTLES, Isaac S. 64. WILDER, Hopkins M>
37. NETTLES, William W. 65. WILDER, Thomas H.
38. PEARCE, Thomas C. 66. WILDER, William
39. PLATT, Peter 67. WEEKS, Samuel W.
40. PRINE, Henry 68. ZBINDER, Christopher


PAGES 122-123

Muster Roll of Capt. Simeon L. Sparkman's Company of Florida
Mounted Volunteers called into service of the United States by
Brevet-Col. John Munroe, Major, 2nd Artillery, under instruct-
ions from the Adj. Gen'ls office, Washington, DC (of 7 Jan
1858 and 21 July 1856) at Hitchipucksassa (the place of gene-
ral rendezvous) on the 18th day of Aug. 1856 to serve for the
term of 6 months, from the date of enrolment, 18 Aug. 1856 to
17 Feb. 1857.

At Ft. Brooke, Fla. on 17 Feb. 1857, S. L. Sparkman, Captain,
commanding the company certified the muster roll to be true,
just, and accurate. On the same date and place, Francis N.
Page, Asst. Adj. Gen'l & Mustering Officer, certified by sign-
ature, that he "carefully examined this roll and as far as
practicable caused the allowances, stoppages, and remarks to
be justly and properly stated...mustered the company... and
honorably discharged (it) from the service of the United
States."









Vol. 9, pp 122-123, cont'd


Simeon L. SPARKMAN, Captain, age 49.
Elijah B. SPARKMAN, 1st Lieutenant, age 36.
Milton W. JOHNSON, Lieutenant, age 26.
Thomas W. WILDER, 1st Sergeant, age 18.
William M. BLOCKER, Sergeant, age 22.
Samuel K. COLLINS, Sergeant, age 23.
Allen B. ROBERTSON, Sergeant, age 31; horse died 1/1/1857 of
internal injury received on a scout; remounted immediately
James MILEY, Corporal, age 19.
Marshall V. SIMMONS, Corporal, age 29.
William E. SWEAT, Corporal, age 28.
William CROSBY, Corporal, age 21.
William CARNEY, Bugler, age 18.
Cincinnatus W. DEESON, Bugler, age 31.
Henry A. PRINE, Farrier, age 21.

PRIVATES

1. BRYANT, Francis A., 18. 32. JONES, James M., 25.
2. BRYANT, James C., 21. 33. KITE, James M., 23.
3. BUFFUM, Rich'd V., 43. 34. MILEY, William, 21.
4. BURT, Wilber F., 18. 35. MOBLY, John, 19.
5. BARBER, Wm. W., 26. 36. MOBLY, James H., 23.
6. COMBEE, Hampton, 19. 37. McCLELLANO, Silas L., 20.
7. COMBEE, Wilbert, 41. 38. McAULAY, John, 45.
8. COLLINS, Hardy, 21. 39. McCLELLAND, Gabriel J., 29.
9. COLLINS, Enoch, 20. 40. McCLELLAND, John, 35.
10. COLLINS, John, 23. 41. McCLELLAND, Moses A., 23.
11. COLLINS, William, 25. 42.*McKENNA, Thomas L., 29; ab-
12. DEES, Henry, 26. sent 8/31/56 to 2/17/1857.
13. FREEMAN, Albert J., 27. 43. McAULAY, Robert, 25.
14. FUTCH, John M., 19. 44.*PEARCE, James W., 29, absent
15. FRANKLIN, Selby, 37. 12/9/56 to 1/1/1857.
16. FRANKLIN, George, 35. 45. PEARCE, William H.,18, horse
17. FUTCH, John, 31. broke neck in a fall 12/26.
18. FRIER, Henry M., 26. 46. PEARCE, John M., 21.
19. FARLESS, John, 31. 47. PEARCE, James T., 20.
20. GALLAGHER, John 48.*PEARCE, Joseph M., 26, abs.
21. HOLLINGSWORTH, Tim'y, 18. 12/9/56 to 1/1/1857.
22. HOLLINGSWORTH, Stephen, 49. PEARCE, John, 45.
45 50. PEARCE, Thomas C., 18.
23. HOLLINGSWORTH, Stephen, 51. PORTER, John, 40.
T., 27. 52. ROBERTSON, James R., 35.
24. HANCOCK, Jordan, 43 53. RODGERS, Samuel, 39.
25. HANCOCK, James T., 21. 54. ROBERTS, John W., 42.
26. HANCOCK, Martin J., 18. 55. ROWE, Andrew J., 26.
27. HOLLINGSWORTH, Wm R., 31. 56.XSIMMONS, Cornelius G., 25,
28. HILL, Henry R., 18. absent 12/10/56 to 2/14/57.
29. HICKEY, Dennis 0., 22. 57. STAFFORD, James R., 25.
30. HAWKINS, John W., 30. 58. SIMMONS, George, 35.
31. JOHNSON, Enoch, 29. *Not entitled to pay for absence









Vol. 9, pp 122-123, PRIVATES, cont'd


K Not entitled to pay for these absences.

59. SMITH, William W., 20. 66. WEEKS, Archibald, 28.
60. SMITH, George W., 44. 67. WEEKS, Samuel W., 35.
61.*SIMMONS, Abraham, 21, abs. 68. WILDER, John W., 18.
10/6/56 to 11/17/56. 69. WILDER, William, 44.
62. SMITH, Baxter W., 22. 70. WILDER, Thomas H., 18.
63. SUMMERALL, Zachariah, 19 71. WELLS, Samuel A., 20.
64, TANNER, John, W., 18, 72. WELLS, Richard W., 18.
65.*TURNER, Aaron, 24, abs. 73. ZBINDAN, Christopher, 39
9/30/56 to 2/17/57

DEAD: James B. HOGAN, Pvt., age 25, died 15 Nov. 1856.
Nathaniel K. SPARKMAN, Pvt., age 42, died 11 Feb. 1857.


PAGES 124-125

Muster Roll of Capt. Simeon L. Sparkman's Indep't Company of
Mounted Volunteers called into service of the United States by
Bvt.-Gen'l W. L. Harney instructions (Nov. 4, 1856) from the
War Dept. from the 17th day of Feb. 1857, date of this muster,
for the term of six months, unless sooner discharged.

At Ft. Brooke, Fla., 17 Feb. 1857, Simeon L. Sparkman, Capt.
commanding the company, certified "for the period herein men-
tioned...each man answers to his own proper name in person..."
M. Post, Samuel E. Hope, and M. L. Shannahan, Appraisers, cer-
tified on oath that "the valuation of horses and horse equip-
ment shew the cash value of the men respectively at the place
of enrollment." Francis N. Page, Asst. Adj. Gen'l & Mustering
Officer, also certified that he had "accepted the men whose
names are borne on this roll and their horses and equipment
into the service of the United States."
Note: The figures following names below represent (1) age of
the person and (2) dollar value of his horse/horse equipment.

Simeon L. SPARKMAN, Captain, 49; $150/22.
Elijah B. SPARKMAN, Ist Lieut., 36; $160/18.
Milton W. JOHNSON, 2nd Lieut., 26; $150/17.
Thomas W. WILDER, 1st Sgt., 18, $140/12.
Cincinatus W. DEESON, Sgt., 31; $80/7.
John L. PEARCE, Sgt., 30; $130/10.
William C. COLLINS, Sgt., 25; $150/5.
Richard V. BUFFUM, Corporal, 43; $80/8.
William R. HOLLINGSWORTH, Corporal, 31; $110/8.
Levi PEARCE, Corporal, 44; $140/25.
George SIMMONS, Corporal, 35; $130/8.
William G. MILEY, Bugler, 21; $140/12.
Stephen T. HOLLINGSWORTH, Bugler, $140/5.
Thorp RAULERSON, Farrier, 20; $150/10.










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ALLISON, Wm. A., 27; $80/5. PEARCE, John W., 21; $165/17
BRYANT, Francis M.,18; $50/4. PEARCE, John, 45; $100/7.
BRYANT, James C., 21; $140/7. ROBINSON, Hansford, 25,
BARBER, Wm. W., 26; $145/12. $75/3.
BURNETT, Matthew, 21; $75/8. ROSS, Lorenzo, 20; $120/4.
BRASWELL, Moses, 24; $140/8. RODGERS, Sam'l P.,39, $110/4
COLLINS, Sam'1 K.,23; $125/15. ROBERTSON, Jas. R.,35; $80/7
CARLETON, Isaac, 31; $100/18. SMITH, Baxter, 22; $150/7.
COMBEE, Hampton, 19; $100/8. SMITH, Wm W., 20; $100/15.
COMBEE, Wilbert, 41; $130/10. SWEAT, Wm A., 28; $125/10.
COLLINS, Hardy, 21; $125/15. SUMMERALL, Zachariah, 19;
CROSBY, William, 21; $140/10. $125/10.
CAMPBELL, Wm. W.,26; $90/18. SIMMONS, Marshall, 29;
DEES, Henry, 26, $150118. $130/15.
DRIGGERS, Mathew, 43; $130/10. SMITH, Geo. W., 44; $130/10.
FRANKLIN, Selby, 37; $90/7. SIMMONS, Abraham, 27, $80/5.
FUTCH, John M., 19; $125/10. SLADE, Alfred, 30; $80/4.
FUTCH, Henry H.,19; $80/10. SLOAN, Jasper, 21; $70/5.
FREEMAN, Albert, 27; $140/20. TANNER, Jno. W., 18; $150/7.
FRANKLIN, George, 35, $60/7. WEEKS, Sam'l W., 35; $130/10
GUIELLY, Nathan, 35; $80/10. WILDER, Hopkins, 18; $140/15
HILL, Henry R., 18; $90/7. WILDER, Thos. H., 18, $90/8.
HUGHES, William, 22; $130/12. WHIDDEN, Maxwell, 23; $90/9.
HOLLINGSWORTH, Timothy, 18; WEEKS, Levi, 19; $70/4.
$100/8. WHIDDEN, John, 10; $80/8.
HICKEY, Dennis 0.,22,$125/10. WEEKS, Jno. P., 28; $125/10.
HANCOCK, Wm H., 31; $1130/12. WHIDDEN, William,18; $140/5.
HOLLINGSWORTH, Stephen, 45; ZBINDAU, Christopher, 39,
$150/5. $110/15.
HAWKINS, John W., 30; $125/12.
HOOKER, Stephen, 21; $75/5.
IVY, William, 21; $75/3.
JACKSON, John L., 29; $90/5.
LOFTON, Samuel, 40; $80/5.
LANIER, James, 44; $100/18.
LOCKHART, Jame A., 22, $50/3.
MILEY, James, 19, $80/12.
MOBLY, John B., 19, $80/3.
MOBLY, James H., 23, $130/18.
MANLY, James M., 20; $90/7.
MITCHELL, Thomas, 23; $140/7.
McCLELLAND, Moses, 30; $100/10.
McCLELLAND,Gabr'l, 29; $150/17.
McCLELLAND, John, 35; $100/5.
McCLELLAND, Silas,20; $150/7.
McAULAY, John, 43; $50/3.
O'NEIL, John, 21; $60/5.
PRINE, Henry A., 21; $160/25.
PEARCE, Jas. T., 20; $100/32.
PEARCE, Wm H., 18; $125/18.
PEARCE, Thomas, 18;$150/7.









Vol. 9, cont'd
PAGES 126-127


Muster Roll of Capt. Simeon L. Sparkman's Company of Florida
Mounted Volunteers called into service of the United States
by Gustavus Loomis under instructions of the War Dept. (Nov.
4, 1856) from the 17th day of August 1857 (date of muster) for
the term of six months unless sooner discharged.

At Ft. Brooke, Fla., 17 Aug. 1857, S. L. Sparkman, Capt., com-
manding the company, certified that this muster roll exhibits
the true state of the company. M. Post and H. L. Mitchell,
Appraisers, certified on oath before S. D. Lee, 1st Lt. 4th
Art'y, that the valuation of horses and horse equipment "shew
the true cash value" of the men respectively at the place of
enrolment "according to our honest impartial judgement."
S. D. Lee, Mustering Officer, certified he carefully examined
the men whose names are borne on the this roll, their horses
and equipment and accepted them into service of the U.S. for
the term of six months.

Simeon L. SPARKMAN, Capt., age 49.
Elijah B. SPARKMAN, 1st Lt., age 36.
Cincinnatus W. DEESON, 2nd Lt., age 31.
Wm. H. HANCOCK, Sgt., age 32.
Thomas S. MITCHELL, Sgt., age 24.
James H. MOBLY, Sgt., age 24.
Willilam E. SWEAT, Sgt., age 28.
Henry A. PRINE, Corp'l, age 22.
James MILEY, Corp'lm age 21,
James A. LOCKHART, Corp'l, age 22.
James R. ROBERTSON, Corp'l, age 36.
Francis M. BRYANT, Bugler, age 19.
William G. MILEY, Bugler, age 22.
Dennis 0. HICKEY, Farrier, age 25.

PRIVATES

1. BURNETT, Mathew, 21. 16. ELLIS, William, 23.
2. BARBER, William W., 26. 17. FUTCH, John M., 20.
3. BURT, Wilber F., 18. 18. FREEMAN, Albert A., 28.
4. BRANDON, Robt. M., 18. 19. HILL, Henry R., 19.
5. BRYANT, James C., 22. 20, HUGHES, William, 23.
6. BRANDON, Jerit W., 19. 21. HOLLINGSWORTH, Timothy,
7. COLLINS, James W., 19. 18.
8. COLLINS, Samuel K., 24. 22. HOLLINGSWORTH, William
9. COMBRE, Wilbert, 41. R., 35.
10. COMBRE, Hampton, 20. 23. JOHNSON, Milton W., 27.
11. CROSBY, William, 25. 24. LANIER, James, 44.
12. COLLINS, William C., 25. 25. MANLY, James M., 21.
13. CAMPBELL, Willian, 26. 26. McCLELLAND, Silas, 44.
14. COLLINS, Hardy, 23. 27. McCAULEY, John, 45.
15. DEES, Henry, 26. 28. McCLELLAND, Jesse, 19.










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29. McCLELLAND, William, 24. 40. SMITH, William W., 20.
30. McCLLELAND, John, 28. 41. SIMMONS, George, 35.
31. MOODY, James A., 19 42. TANNER, John W., 20.
32. McCLELLAND, Moses, 30. 43. WILDER, Thos. W., 26.
33. MITCHELL, Francis M., 21. 44. WEEKS, Levi, 19.
34. PEARCE, Levi J., 19. 45. WEEKS, Samuel W., 35.
35. PEARCE, James J., 22. 46. WILDER, Hopkins M., 19.
36. PEARCE, Joseph M., 27. 47. WIGGINS, John R., 20.
37. RAULERSON, Thorp, 26. 48. WIGGINS, Milledge, 19.
38. SUMMERALL, Zach., 20. 49. WILDER, Thos. H., 20.
39. SMITH, Baxter M., 23. 50. ZBINDAU, Christ'hr, 39.

"ENLISTED IN THE COMPANY" PRIVATES

1. William WIGGINS, 44. 13. Stephen T. HOLLINGSWORTH,27
2. Maxfield McCLELLAND, 18. 14. David CRUM, 22.
3. Silas M. McCLELLAND, 24. 15. Daniel B. CRUM, 21.
4. Samuel LOFTON, 50. 16. George W. D. HANCOCK, 25.
5. Harmon CRUM, 26. 17. John E. HICKEY, 19.
6. James W. SMITH, 21. 18. Isaac M. L. NETTLE, 22.
7. Willoughby WHIDDON, 21. 19. William M. BLOCKER, 24.
8. John W. WILDER, 18. 20. Enoch COLLINS, 21.
9. Andrew G. BARBER, 18. 21. William ALTMAN, 24.
10. George FRANKLIN, 26. 22. John VICKERS, 31.
11. James R. STAFFORD, 21. 23. Marshall SIMMONS, 30.
12. William R. FERRAND, 21. 24. John TAYLOR, 22.


PAGES 128-129

Muster Roll of Capt. Simeom L. Sparkman's Company of Mounted
Florida Volunteers called into service of Col. Gustavius
Loomis' Regiment of Infantry under instructions of the War
Dept (AGO of 11/4/1856) at Fort Brooke, Fla on the 17th day of
Aug. 1857 to the 16th day of Feb. 1858. The company was orga-
nized at Ft. Brooke by Capt. S. L. Sparkman.

On Feb. 16, 1858 at Ft. Brooke, Fla, S. L. Sparkman, Captain,
commanding the company, certified the muster to exhibit the
true state of the company. At the same place and date, Fran-
cis N. Page, Asst. Adj. Gen'l & Mustering Officer, certified
the muster to be true and discharged the company from the ser-
vice of the United States.

Simeon L. SPARKMAN, Captain, age 49.
Elijah B. SPARKMAN, 1st Lieut., age 36.
Cincinnatus W. DEESON, Lieut., age 31.
Wm. H. HANCOCK, 1st Sergt., age 32; horse died 10/10 of
staggers; remounted immediately.
Thomas J. MITCHELL, Sergt., age 24.
James H. MOBLEY, Sergt., age 24.











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Wm. E. SWEAT, Sergt, age 28.
Henry A. PRINE, Corp'l, age 22.
James MILEY, Corp'l, age 21.
James A. LOCKHART, Corp'l, age 22.
James R. ROBERSON, Corp'l, age 36.
Francis M. BRYANT, Bugler, age 19.
William G. MILEY, Bugler, age 22.
Dennis 0. HICKEY, Farrier, 25; horse gave out on march
and abandoned 2/8/1858; remounted.

PRIVATES

ALTMAN, William, 24 McCLELLAND, Jesse, 19.
BARNETT, William, 21. McCLELLAND, William, 24.
BARBER, William W., 26. McCLELAND, John, 28.
BURT, Wilber F., 18. MOODY, James A., 19.
BRANDON, Robt. M., 18. McCLELLAND, Moses A., 30.
BRYANT, James C., 22. MITCHELL, Francis M., 21.
BRANDON, Jarret W., 21. NETTLES, Isaac M. L., 22.
BARBER, Andrew J., 18. PEARCE, Levi J., 19.
BLOCKER, Willliam M., 24. PEARCE, James T., 22.
CRUM, Harmon, 26. RAULERSON, Thorp, 26.
CRUM, David, 22. SUMMERALL, Zachariah, 20.
CRUM, Daniel G., 21. SMITH, Baxter M., 23.
COLLINS, Enoch, 21. SMITH, William W., 20.
COLLINS, James W., 19. SIMMONS, George, 35.
COLLINS, Samuel R., 24. SMITH, James W., 21, AWOL from
COMBEE, Wilbert, 41. 9/14 to 9/23.
COMBEE, Hampton, 20. SIMMONS, Marshall V., 31.
CROSBY, William, 25; AWOL, TANNER, John W., 20.
from 9/14 to 9/13/57. VICKERS, John, 31.
COLLINS, William C., 26. WIGGINS, William, 44.
COLLINS, Hardy, 23. WHIDDEN, Willoughby, 21.
ELLIS, William, 23. WILDER, John W., 19.
FUTCH, John M., 20. WILDER, Thomas W., 26.
FREEMAN, Albert A., 28. WEEKS, Levy, 19.
FRANKLIN, George, 26. WEEKS, Samuel W., 35.
FERRAND, William B., 21. WILDER, Hopkins M., 19.
HOLLINGSWORTH, Stephen T.,27. WIGGINS, John R., 20.
HANDCOCK, George W., 25. WIGGINS, Milledge, 19.
HICKEY, John E., 19. ZBINDAU, Christopher, 39.
HILL, Henry R., 19. WILDER, Thomas H., 20.
HUGHES, William, 23.
HOLLINGSWORTH, Timothy, 18. DIED :
HOLLINGSWORTH, Wm. R., 35. PEARCE, Joseph, 10/29/1857 at
JOHNSON, Milton W., 27. Six Mile Camp of disease.
LANIER, James, 44. TAYLOR, John, 22, 1/22/1858.
LOFTON, Samuel, 50.
McCLELLAND, Maxfield, 18. DISCHARGED, without pay:
McCLELLAND, Silas M., 24. DEES, Henry, 26, 11/10/1857.
MANLY, James M., 21. STAFFORD, James R, 21, 10/28/57
McCAULEY, John, 45











Vol. 9, cont'd

PAGES 130-131

Muster Roll of Capt. S. L. Sparkman's Independent Company of
Florida Mounted Volunteers called into service of the United
States by Bvt. Brig. Gen'l W. S. Harney, Col. 2nd Dragoons
at Ft. Brooke, Fla. on the 17th day of Feb. 1857 when enrolled
to the 17th day of Aug. 1857 when discharged.

At Ft. Brooke, Fla. on 17 Aug. 1857, S. L. Sparkman, Captain
commanding the company certified that the muster was true and
accurate. At same place and date, Francis N. Page, Asst. Adj.
Gen'l & Mustering Officer, certified the muster to be accurate
and honorably discharged the company.

Simeon L. SPARKMAN, Capt. Richard V. BUFFUM, Corp'l
Elijah B. SPARKMAN, 1st Lt. Will'm R. HOLLINGSWORTH, Corp'l
Milton W. JOHNSON, Lt. Levi PEARCE, Corp'l
Thomas W. WILDER, 1st Sgt. George SIMMONS, Corp'l
Cincinnatus W. DEESON, Sgt. William G. MILEY, Bugler
John L. PEARCE, Sgt. Stephen P. HOLLINGSWORTH, Bugler
William C. COLLINS, Sgt. Thorp RAULERSON, Farrier

PRIVATES

ALLISON, William A. IVEY, William J.
BRYANT, James M. JACKSON, John S.
BRYANT, James C. LAFTON, Samuel
BARBER, William W. LANIER, James
BURNETT, Matthew LOCKHART, James A.
BRASWELL, Moses J. MILEY, James
COLLINS, Samuel K. MOBLY, John B.
CARLETON, Isaac MOBLY, James H.
COMBEE, Hampton MANLY, James M.
COMBEE, Wilbert MITCHELL, Thomas J.
COLLINS, Hardy McCLELLAND, Moses A.
CROSBY, William McCLELLAND, John
CAMPBELL, William N. McCLELLAND, Silas L.
DEES, Henry McAULAY, John
TRIGGERS, Henry O'NEIL, John
FUTCH, John M. PRINE, Henry A.
FUTCH, Henry H. PEARCE, James T.
FREEMAN, Albert A. PEARCE, William H.
FRANKLIN, George PEARCE, Thomas C.
GUEILLY, Nathan PEARCE, John M.
HILL, Henry R. PEARCE, John
HUGHES, William ROBERTSON, Hansford
HOLLINGSWORTH, Timothy RODGERS, Samuel J.
HICKEY, Dennis 0. ROBERTSON, James B.
HANCOCK, William H. SMITH, Baxter M.
HOLLINGSWORTH, Stephen SWEAT, William E.
HANKINS, John W. SUMMERALL, Zachariah
HOOKER, Stephen T. SIMMONS, Marshall











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SMITH, George W. HIDDEN, Maxwell
SIMMONS, Abraham WEEKS, Levi
SLADE, Alfred HIDDEN, John
SLOAN, Jasper WEEKS, John J.
TANNER, John W. HIDDEN, William
WEEKS, Samuel W. WILDER, John W.
WILDER, Hopkins M. WILDER, William
WILDER, Thomas H. ZBINDAU, Christopher

DIED:

DRIGGERS, Mathew, Private, age 43; died 4 July 1857.
FRANKLIN, Selby, Private, age 37; died 1 June 1857.
McCLELLAND, Gabriel J., Private, age 29; died 8 July 1857.

DISCHARGED:

ROSS, Lorenzo D., Private, age 20; per special orders No. 76,
Hd Qtrs, Dept. of Fla., at Ft. Brooke, Fla; dismounted; his
horse died 5/28; dismounted from 5/28 to 6/6/1857.



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