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Title: Florida militia muster rolls, Seminole Indian Wars
Series Title: Special archives publication
Alternate Title: Muster rolls, Florida Indian Wars
Florida Indian wars
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Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Dept. of Military Affairs
Publisher: State Arsenal
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Publication Date: [198--]
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Subject: Seminole War, 2nd, 1835-1842 -- Registers   ( lcsh )
Seminole War, 3rd, 1855-1858   ( lcsh )
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FLORIDA MILITIA MUSTER ROLLS
SEMINOLE INDIAN WARS
VOL. 10


State Arsenal
St. Francis
Barracks
St. Augustine,
Florida







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



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The special Archives Publication Series of the Historical
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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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MUSTER ROLLS


FLORIDA INDIAN WARS



VOLUME 10








MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTAIN SAMUEL STEPHENS' COMPANY OF THE
FIRST BRIGADE OF FLORIDA MILITIA ORDERED INTO SERVICE OF
THE UNITED STATES BY R. K. CALL, GOVERNOR FROM THE 2ND DAY
OF AUGUST TO THE THIRD DAY OF DECEMBER 1936.

The Company was mustered at Marianna, Florida by Col. L.
Brown and dismissed by D. H. Vinton, Inspection &
Mustering Officer at the same place on 6 March 1838.

The roll list names, rank, and date mustered.

PAGES 1 & 2

1. Sam'l STEPHENS, 1st Lieutenant.
2. Stephen DANIEL, 2nd Lieutenant.

1. William WILKERSON, 1st Sergt.
2. Abyslom WEST, 2nd Sergt.
3. James STEPHENS, 3rd Sergt.

1. Glisha SMITH, 1st Corporal.
2. Mathew BURKET, 2nd Corporal.
3. Johnathan MORRIS, 3rd Corporal.

PRIVATES

1. REEP, John 27. REVILLS, Stephen
2. GAY, John 28. SCURLOCK, Sam'1
3. MORRIS, S. H? 29. SHEETS, William
4. RICHARDS, Solomon 30. SLAUGHTER, Solomon
5. ALKMAN, James 31. SMITH, James
6. BARRON, William 32. TARVER, Jacob
7. BROWN, Joel 33. TORRENS, Cuthbert
8. BARFIELD, Miles 34. TAYLOR, Owen
9. BARTLETT, Sam'l 35. VICKERY, James
10. BRYANT, David 36. WILLIAMS, James
11. BANTER, John 37. SWAIN. Daniel
12. BROWN, Patrick
13. COVINGTON, Samuel
14. COWART, James Certified "on honor" to
15. DABBAY, Martin be a true and accurate
16. DURHAM, James muster of the company.
17. DURHAM, Henry Signed by Sam'l Stephens
18. HUDSON, John on 6 March 1838 at Stat-
19. HART, Robert ion, Marianna, Fla.
20. MILLIGAN, John
21. HOPE, Math.
22. MORRIS, Moses
23. MAGILL, Sampson
24. PARKER, Mathew
25. PELT, Anthony
26. PITTS, Benjamin









Descriptive Roll of Captain W. Stephens' Ccompany of
Florida Militia mustered out of Service on January 26,
1858.

This is a hand-drawn, handwritten descriptive roll and
shows: (1) Rank, (2) Name, (3) Where born (town or coun-
ty), (4) Where born (state or country) (5) Height (feet),
(6) Height (inches), (7) Complexion, (8) Color of eyes,
and (9) Color of hair, (10) Occupation.

PAGES 3 & 4

1st Lt., James CARTER, Chester, SC, 5'8", light-grey-
light, farmer.
2nd Lt., Richard STEPHENS, Oglethorpe, GA, 5'8", fair-
grey-light, farmer.
1st Sgt., Joseph HOGG, Fairfield, SC, 5'11", dark-black-
black, farmer.
Sgt. Wiley CURRY, Effingham, GA, 5'9", fair-black,light,
farmer.
Sgt. William K. GEIGER, Alachua, FL, 5'6", dark-black -
black, farmer
Sgt. Swesson B. W. STEPHENS, Oglethorpe, GA, 5'8", fair-
grey-light, farmer.
Corp. Abram ROSS, Chester, SC, 5'10", 5'10", fair-grey-
light, farmer.
Corp. John KIRKPATRICK, Chester, SC, 5'11", dark-black-
black, farmer.
Corp. Obediah JOHNS, Edgefield, SC, 5'11", fair-blue-
light, carpenter.
Bugler, George GEIGER, Alachua, FL, 5'6", fair-blue-light,
farmer.
Bugler, Wesley PHILLIPS, Fairfield, SC 5'10", fair-blue-
light, farmer.
Farrier, James S. MARTIN, Alachua, FL, 5'9", fair-blue-
light, farmer.

PRIVATES

AIKENS, Wesley, Barnwell, SC, 6'0", fair-black-light,
farmer.
BARNES, James S, Darlington, SC, 5'3", fair-black-light,
farmer.
BARNES, John A., Onslow, NC, 5'9", dark-black-black,farmer
BRUSH, Jesse A., Suffolk, NY, 5'4-1/2", fair-brown, light,
farmer.
BURKSON, Daniel, Beaufort, SC, 5'7", fair-blue-black,
farmer.
BURKSON, Tom, Beaufort, SC, 5'8", fair-blue-light, farmer.
CARTER, George W., Beaufort, SC, 5'6", fair-blue-light,
farmer.
CARTER, Joseph, Chester, SC, 6'0", fair-grey-light,
farmer.








PRIVATES, pp 3-4, cont'd:

CARTER, John H., no other description.
COOPER, Andrew, no other description.
DYKES, Geo. W., Effingham, GA, 5'7", fair-grey-light,
farmer.
ENNIS, David, Lancaster, SC, 5'7-1/2", dark-blue-black,
farmer.
FORT, Robert. Darlington, SC, 5'9", fair-blue-light,
farmer.
GRANT, Thomas, Glynn, GA, 5'9", dark-black-black, farmer.
GRIMESLEY, Owen M., Green, SC, 6'0", fair-grey-light,
saddler.
HOLT, Benning, Burke, GA, 5'9", fair-grey-light, carpen-
ter.
HALL, John W, Laurens, GA, 5'9", dark-grey-light, farmer.
HALL William G., Montgomery, GA, 5'6", dark-black-black,
farmer.
HAMILTON, John G., Duval, FL, 5'5", fair-black-light,
farmer.
HARRELL, Samuel, Alachua, FL, 5'8", fair-grey-light,
farmer.
HORN, Bennett J., Alachua, FL, 5'4", fair-grey-light,
farmer.
JACKSON, James VanB., Stewart, GA, 6')", dark-black-black,
farmer.
KEY, William, Pike, GA, 5'9", dark-black-black farmer.
LUEDERS, Frederick, Kingdom of Hanover, 5'7", fair-grey-
light, farmer.
MANSON, Edmond, Pulaski, GA, 5'11", dark-black-black,
farmer.
MORRISON, William, Lowndes, GA, 5'10", dark-black-black,
farmer.
McLAIN, Thomas, Chesterfield, SC, 5'9", dark-grey-black,
farmer.
McNEIL, Laughlin, Camden, GA, 4'9", fair-blue-light,
farmer.
PACE, John J., Effingham, GA, 5'7", fair-blue-light,
farmer.
PADGETT, Aaron, no other description.
PADGETT, Clark, Ownslow?, SC, 5'0", fair-black-light,
farmer.
PERRY, Benjamin F., Fairfield, SC, 5'11", fair-blue-light,
farmer.
REDDING, Henry, Marion, FL, 5'3" dark-black-black, farmer.
REVELS, Jeremiah, Madison, FL, 5'8", dark-grey-light,
farmer.
ROBERTSON, Richard R, Charleston, SC, 5'8", fair-grey-
light, farmer.
SAPP, Mark, no other description.
SAPP, Obediah, Bulloch, GA, 5'4", fair-grey-light, farmer.
SHIPES, Jacob, Barnwell, SC, 5'8", dark-black-black,
farmer.
STANLEY, Isham, Colleton, SC, 5'3", dark-blue-blk, farmer.








PRIVATES, pp 3-4, cont'd:

TAYLOR, Alexander, no other description.
TURNER, Cornelius, no other description.
TURNER, Joseph E., Duval, FL, 5'9". dark-blue-black,
farmer.
TYNER, Major D., Effingham, GA, 5'10", dark-black-blak,
farmer.
WALKER, Allen, Ware, GA, 5'0", fair-grey-light, farmer.
WALKER, William, Alabama, 5'4", dark-blue-light, farmer.
WAMMACK, John M., Jones, GA, 5'5", fair-blue-light,
farmer.
WARD, William, Dale, AL, 5'1", fair-blue-light, farmer.
WILLIAMS, Leander W., Columbia, FL, 5'4", fair-blue-light
farmer.
WILLIAMS, Shadrick, Columbia, FL, 5'5", fair-grey-light,
farmer.
WOODS, Hiram, Scriven, GA, 5'6",fair-grey-light, farmer.
GUIN, James, Dooley, GA, 5'6", dark-black-black, farmer.
GAY, Asbury, Irvin, GA, 5'11", dark-grey-light, farmer.
SMITH, John H., Lownds, GA, 5'11", dark-grey-light,farmer
CLARK, John T., Columbia, FL, 5'9", fair-grey-light,
farmer.
CLARK, William R., Camden, GA, 5'2", fiar-grey-light,
farmer.
WALL, Roan L., Barnwell, SC, 5'11", fair-grey-black,
farmer.
DUPUIS, Franklin P., Beaufort, SC, 5'9", dark-black-black,
farmer.
WILKINSON, Ivin, Columbia, FL, 6'2", fair-grey-light,
farmer.
KRIMMINGER, Jacob L., Cal_?.,. SC, 5'10", dark-black-
black, farmer.
ROBERTS, Benjamin F., Barnwell, SC, 5'6-1/2", dark-black-
black, printer.
RIDAUGHT, Mathew, Beaufort, SC, 5'11", dark-black-black,
farmer.
TEDDER, Andrew J., Laurens, GA, 5'9", dark-black-black,
farmer.
BIGHAM, William H., Jefferson, GA, 5'8-1/2", dark-black-
black, farmer.
DINGINS, William H., Tattnall, GA, 5'8-1/2", dark-black-
black, blacksmith.
KIPPER?, Charles L., Bibb, GA, 6'2", dark-black-black,
farmer.
COLDING, James L., Barnwell, SC, 5'8", dark-blue-light,
farmer.
STANLEY, William, Alachua, FL, 5'10", dark-black-black,
farmer.
KIPPER, John F. S., Bibb, GA, 5'10", fair-black-light,
farmer.
SYMS, Benjamin F., Barnwell, SC, 5'10", dark-blue-black,
farmer.








PRIVATES, pp 3-4, cont'd:

SCARBOROUGH, William S., Emanuel, GA, 5'6-1/2", dark-grey-
light, farmer.
WALL, Hansford, Barnwell, SC, 5'8", fair-grey-light,
farmer.
GEADICK, Nicholas, Richland, SC, 5'11", fiar-grey-light,
farmer.
SMITH, David W., Columbus, SC, 6'4", fair-grey-light,
farmer.

PAGES 5-6

Muster Roll of Captain Winston S. Stephens' Company in the
First Regiment of Mounted Florida Volunteers, commanded by
Col. Samuel St. G. Rogers, called into the service of the
United States by the President under the Act of Congress
approved May 13, 1846, from the 27th day of July 1857, the
date of muster, for the term of six months unless sooner
discharged.

The company was enrolled at Ocala, Florida, by Capt. W. S.
Stephens and mustered into service 27 July 1857 by Lieut.
S. D. Lee, 4th Artillery.

Winston S. STEPHENS, Captain, age 28.
James CARTER, 1st Lieutenant, age 30.
Richard STEPHENS, 2nd Lieutenant, age 22.
Joseph HOGG, 1st Sergeant, age 23.
Wiley CURRY, Sergeant, age 25.
William A. GEIGER, Sergeant, age 23.
Swesson B. W. STEPHENS, Sergeant, age 24.
Abram ROSS, Corporal, age 21.
John KIRKPATRICK, Corporal, age 20.
William G. LAVIGNE, Corporal, age 29.
Obadiah JOHNS, Corporal, age 24.
George GEIGER, Bugler, age 18.
Wesley PHILLIPS, Bugler, age 36.
James S. MARTIN, Farrier, age 25.

PRIVATES & AGES OF EACH

1. AIKENS, Wesley, 27. 13. ENNIS, David, 40.
2. BARNES, James 19. 14. FORT, Robert, 25.
3. BARNES, John A., 20. 15. GRANT, Thomas, 30.
4. BRUSH, Jesse A, 44. 16. GRIMSLEY, Owen, 39.
5. BURLESON, Daniel D., 18. 17. HALL, Benning, 22.
6. BURLESON, Thomas B., 19. 18. HALL, John W., 19.
7. CARTER, George W., 20. 19. HALL, Wm G., 45.
8. CARTER, Joseph, 20. 20. HAMILTON, John, 19.
9. CENTER, John H., 19. 21. HARVILLE, Sam'l, 18.
10. COOPER, Andrew, 22. 22. HORN, Bennett, 22.
11. DYKES, George W., 23. 23. JACKSON, James V.,21
12. ELARBEE, Willialm, 33. 24. KEY, William, 24.









PRIVATES, pp 5-6, cont'd:

13. ENNIS, David, 40. JOINED:
14. FORT, Robert, 25.
15. GRANT, Thomas, 30. 10. Benjamin F. ROBERTS,
16. GRIMSLEY, Owen M., 39. age 19.
17. HALL, Benning, 22. 11. Mathew RIDAAUGHT, 27
18. HALL, John W., 19. 12. Andrew J. TEDDER, 24
19. HALL, William G., 45. 13. Wm. H. BIGHAM, 18.
20. HAMILTON, John G., 19. 14. Wm. A. DINGINS, 35.
21. HARVILLE, Samuel, 18. 15. Charles SKIPPER or
22. HORN, Bennett G., 22. Charles KIPPER, 20.
23. JACKSON, James Van B.,21. 16. James L. COLDING, 24
24. KEY, William, 24. 17. William STANLEY, 23.
25. LEUDERS, Fredrick, 28. 18. John F. SKIPPER, 19.
26. MANSON, Edmond, 25. 19. Benjamin S. LYN or
27. MORRISON, William J., 22. SYM, Jr., 24.
28. McLAIN, Thomas, 21. 20. Wm S. SCARBOROUGH,
29. McNeil, Laughlin, 18 age 19.
30. PACE, John J., 21. 21. Hansford, WALL, 24.
31. PADGETT, Aaron, 20. 22. Nicholas GRADICK,
20.
32. PADGETT, Clark, 19.
33. PERRY, Benjamin F., 21. Certified a true muster
34. REDDING, Harry, 19. at Ocala, Florida on 27
35. REVEL, Jeremiah, 28. July 1857.
36. ROBERTSON, Richard R., 30.
37. SAPP, Mark, 35.
38. SAPP. Obediah, 19.
39. SHIPE, Jacob, 19.
40. STANLEY, Isham, 25.
41. TAYLOR, Alexander, 23.
42. TURNER, Cornelius, 26.
43. TURNER, Joseph E., 22.
44. TYNER, Major D., 28.
45. WALKER, Alien, 18.
46. WALKER, William, 45.
47. WAMMOCK, John, Jr., 19.
48. WARD, William, 19.
49. WILLIAMS, Leander, 19.
50. WILLIAMS, Shadrick, 18.
51. WOODS, Hiram, 21.

JOINED:

1. James GUIN, 21.
2. Asbury GAY, 18.
3. John H. SMITH, 19.
4. John A. CLARK, 19.
5. William R. CLARK, 18.
6. Roan L. WALL, 18.
7. Franklin S. DUPUIS, 28.
8. Ivin WILKINSON, 24.
9. Jacob L. KRIMMINGER, 25.









PAGES 7-8

Muster Roll of Captain Winston Stephens' Company in the
Regiment of Mounted Florida Volunteers, commanded by Col.
Samuel W. George Rogers, called into service of the Uni-
ted States by Special Instructions from the President,
dated War Department, Washington, May 25, 1857 at Ocala,
Fla. (the place of general rendezvous) on the 27th day of
July 1857 to serve for the term of six months from the
date of enrollment unless sooner discharged from the day
of 27 July 1857 when enrolled to the 28th day of January
1858. The company was organized by Capt. W. Stephens at
Ocala, Fla. in the month of July 1857.

1. Winston STEPHENS, Capt., age 28.
1. James CARTER, 1st Lt., age 30, horse killed by Indians
1. Richard STEPHENS, 2nd Lt., age 22, "
1. Joseph HOGG, 1st Sgt., age 23, "
2. Wiley CURRY, Sgt., age 25, I.
3. William H. GEIGER, Sgt., age 23,
4. Swesson B. STEPHENS, Sgt., age 24.
1. Abram ROSS, Cpl, age 21,
2. John KIRKPATRICK, Cpl, age 20, I
3. William LAVIGNE, Cpl, age 29, horse died 12/7/57
4. Obadiah JOHNS, Cpl, age 24.
1. George GEIGER, B'glr, age 18, horse died 8/23 on the
steamer Grey Cloud enroute to Ft. Myers; 2nd horse
killed by Indians while grazing 11/27.
2. Wesley PHILLIPS, Bg'lr, age 36; horse killed 11/27.
1. James T. MARTIN, Farrier, age 25, i

PRIVATES:

1. AIKINS, Wesley, age 24.
2. BARNES, James T., age 19.
3. BARNES, John A., age 20.
4. BRUSH, Jesse A., age 44; horse killed by Indians 11/27
5. BURLESON, Daniel D., age 18.
6. BURLESON, Thomas B., age 19.
7. BIGHAM, William H., age 18.
8. COLDING, James L., age 24.
9. CLARK, William R., age 18.
10. CLARK, John A., age 19.
11. CARTER, George W., age 20, horse killed 1/10/1858 on
march from Camp Rogers; it fell and broke its neck.
12. CARTER, Joseph, age 20, horse killed by Indians while
grazing on Nov. 27th.
13. COOPER, Andrew, age 22,
grazing on Nov. 27th.
14. DYKES, George W., age 23.
15. DUPUIS, Franklin R., age 28, acting Hospital Seward at
Ft. Deynaud, Fla.
16. DINKINS, William H., age 35, horse crippled and shot
by Order Jan'y 13, 1858.










Pages 7-8 PRIVATES, cont'd

17. ENNIS, David, age 40.
18. FORT, Robert, age 25; horse killed by Indians 11/27.
19. GWINN, James, age 21.
20. GAY, Asbury, age 18.
21. GRADICK, Nicholas, age 20; horse died of disease 11/5
22. GRANT, Thomas, age 30.
23. GRIMESLY, Owen M., age 39; horse died 111/5 and 2nd
horse killed crossing bridge near Ft. Deynard.
24. HALL, Benning, age 22; horse killed by Indians 11/27.
25. HALL, John W., age 19.
26. HALL, William G., age 45.
27. HAMILTON, John G., age 19.
28. HARRILL, Samuel, age 18; horse killed by Indians 11/27
29. HORN, Bennett P., 22.
30. JACKSON, James VanB., age 21, horse killed 11/27.
31. KEY, William, age 24.
32. KRIMMINGER, Jacob L., age 25; horse killed 11/27.
33. LEUDERS, Fredrick, age 28; on extra duty for the whole
term of service as Hospital Steward at Ft. Myers and
Ft. Brooke.
34. MANSON, Edmond, age 25.
35. MORRISON, William, age 22; horse killed by Indians
while grazing 11/27.
36. McLAIN, Thomas, age 21; horse died on a march 1/21/58
37. McNEIL, Laughlin, age 18; horse killed 11/27.
38. PACE, John P., age 21; horse killed by Inidans 11/27.
39. PADGETT, Clark, age 19.
40. PERRY, Benjamin F., age 21.
41. ROBERTS, Benjamin, age 19; horse killed 11/27.
42. RIDAUGHT, Mathew, age 27; horse killed 11/27.
43. REDDING, Henry, age 19.
44. REVELS, Jeremiah, age 28.
45. ROBERRTSON, Richard, age 30.
46. SAPP, Obediah, age 19; horse killed by Indians 11/27
47. SHIPES, Jacob, age 19.
48. STANLEY, Isham, age 25.
49. SMITH, John N., age 19.
50. SKIPPER, Charles, age 20.
51. SMITH, David W., age 24; horse lost in Cypress, could
not be found, 11/23/57.
52. STANLEY, William, age 23.
53. SYMS, Benjamin F., age 23.
54. SCARBOROUGH, William S., age 19.
55. SKIPPER, John F., age 19.
56. TAYLOR, Alexander, age 23.
57. TURNER, Joseph E., age 22.
58. TYNER, Major D., age 28; horse killed by Indians while
grazing, 11/27/57.
59. TEDDER, Andrew S? L?, age 24.
60. WALKER, Allen, age 18.
61. WALKER, William, age 45.










Pages 7-8, PRIVATES, cont'd:

62, WAMMOCK, John M., age 19.
63. WARD, William, age 19.
64. WILLIAMS, Leander W., age 19; horse killed by Indians
while grazing 11/27/57.
65. WILLIAMS, Shadrick, age 18; horse killed 11/27.
66. WOODS, Hiram, age 21.
67. WALL, Roan L., age 18.
68. WILKINSON, Prin?, age 24; horse killed 11/27
69. WALL, Hansford, age 24; horse killed 11/27.

DIED:

1. CARTER, John H., age 19; died September 10, 1857 at
Fort Myers, Fla.
2. ELARBEE. William, age 33; died December 5, 1857 at
Fort Deynard, Fla.
3. PADGETT, Aaron, age 20; died August 24, 1857 at Fort
Brooke, Fla.
4. SAPP, Mark, age 35; died November 21, 1857 at Fort
Deynard, Fla.

DESERTED:

1. TURNER, Cornelius, age 26; deserted from date of
muster.

By signature at Fort Brooke, Fla., on 28 January 1858,
Captain Winston STEPHENS, Commanding the Company, certi-
fied the muster roll to be true and accurate. Francis
N. PAGE, Asst. Adjutant General, also certified the mus-
ter to be true and accurate.




VOLUME 10, PAGES 9-10

Muster Roll of Captain Asa A. Stewart's Company of Mounted
Volunteers of the Special Battalion of Florida Volunteers
called into service of the United States by order of the
Governor from the 10th day of May to the 30th day of May
1856.

The place of muster was not stated. By signature Capt.
Stewart certified the muster to be true and accurate on
the 30th of September 1856; place not stated. Col. M.
Whit Smith was the mustering officer.

1. Asa A. STEWART, Captain.
2. Franklin RAULERSON, 1st Lieutenant
3. Nickabod RAULERSON, 2nd Lieutenant











VOL. 10, pp 9-10, cont'd:

1. E. R. TUCKER, 1st Sgt. 1. J. P. HUMPHRIES, Cpl.
2. William RAULERSON, 2d Sgt. 2. G. F. DUKE, Cpl.
3. T. S. EMANUEL, 3d Sgt. 3. C. F. BYNUM, Cpl.
4. D. L. DUKE, 4th Sgt. 4. James CURRY, Cpl.

William MERRITT?, Musician
Will J. TUCKER, Bugler
Church McCOY, Sr., Farrier

PRIVATES

1. ALEXANDER, John, died 41. MORGAN, D. A.
June 25th. 42. MORGAN, Levin
2. ARNOLD, F. D. 43. MARTIN, Hiram
3. ATKINSON, Monthalon 44. MEDLIN, Willis R.
4. ALTMAN, David 45. MEDLIN, John
5. BAKER, A. A. 46. MONROE, Neil
6. BAKER, Wm. J. 47. McGOWAN, Joseph
7. BAKER, John F. 48. McCASKILL, P. H.
8. BENNETT, Wm. 49. NICHOLS, R. G.
9. BIRD, Wm. 50. NOBLES, Sander
10. BRANNIN, Wm.(or H.M.) 51. PADRICK, Thomas
11. BROWN, John C. 52. PEACOCK, Isham
12. BROWN, Jeremiah 53. PHELPS, J. P.
13. BROOKS, Thomas 54. PETERSON, John L.
14. BUSH, William 55. RAULERSON, Moses
15. CHESSER, Thomas S. 56. RAULERSON, Hardy
16. CHESSER, William H. 57. ROLERSON, John G.
17. COMPTON, Thomas 58. ROBERTS, William
18. CREWS, John 59. ROGERS, Julius D.
19. CURRY, Joel 60. SISTRUNK, H. J.
20. COBB, N. S. 61. SISTRUNK, James S.
21. DAVIS, Thomas 62. SISTRUNK, Gasper
22. DEAN, Thadeus 63. SISTRUNK, Thomas W.
23. ELLIS, Thomas C. 64. SISTRUNK, D. M.,
24. FOUNTAIN, James died July 20th.
25. FRYERSON, James J. 65. STRANGE, Peter
26. GILLET, Anderson 66. SUTTON, John A.
27. GILLET, J. J. 67. SNELLGROVE, Geo. M.
28. GIDDENS, Patrick 68. SUMMERALL, Allen
29. HINES (HIRES?), George A. 69. SHIRLEY, Jonathan
31. HAGANS, M.D. 70. SHIRLEY, Jackson
32. HAGANS, Wm. N. 71. SMITH, James N? H?
33. HERRINGTON, Jasper 72. SMITH, Milton
34. HUNTER, Elijah 73. SMITH, Hamilton
35. IVY, M. J. 74. STEPHENS Miles
36. IVY, Robert. 75. TOOKE, James T.
37. JOHNSON, John 76. THOMAS, James
38. KITE, Benjamin 77. WILLIS, Joseph
39. LAW, Thomas B. 78. WEST, Elijah
40. LAW, Josiah B. 71. WALKER, Elish.









Vol 10, pp 9-10, PRIVATES, Cont'd:

80. WALKER, Isham 86. WHITEHURST, Maberry
81. WOOD, Burr 87. WHITEHURST, Levi S.
82. WILKINSON, Joseph 88. WOOD, John
83. WALL, William W. 89. PETERSON, Timothy
84. WALL, David R?? N? 90. LEE, G. W.
85. WHITEHURST, Daniel S.



VOLUME 10, PAGES 11-12

Muster Roll of Captain Asa A. Stewart's Company in the
First Regiment of Mounted Florida Volunteers, commanded by
Colonel Samuel St. J. Rogers, called into the service of
the United States by the President under Act of Congress
approved May 13, 1846, to serve from the 27th day of July
1857 for the term of six months unless sooner discharged.

The Company was enrolled at Alligator (Lake City), Fla.
Capt. Stewart by signature on 27 July 1857 certified that
"I have examined the men whose names are borne on this
roll; their horses and equipment, and have accepted them
into the service of the United States for a period of six
months." Mustering Officer was J.C.R. KILBURY(?)

Asa A. STEWART, age 40, Captain
Franklin RAULERSON, age 35, 1st Lieutenant.
Joseph S. CREWS, age 32, 2nd Lieutenant.

Elijah R. TUCKER, age 45, 1st Sergeant.
William 0. TYSON, age 22, Sergeant.
Church McCOY, age 25, Sergeant.
Levi D. HARVEY, age 32, Sergeant.

Church BYNUM, age 24, Corporal.
John E. TUCKER, age 27, Corporal.
Andrew T. ALLEN, age 43, Corporal.
James E. NIBLACK, age 18, Corporal.

Levi M. S. WRIGHT, age 18, Bugler.
Burilla WOOD, age 18, Bugler.
Joseph P. PHELPS, age 34, Farrier.

PRIVATES

NOTE: Ages indicated following names.

1. ALBRETTON, Thos. N., 18. 6. CREWS, Henry C., 21.
2. ALLEN, James E, 40. 7. CREWS, Dempsy D., 45
3. BLACKWILDER, David, 25. 8. CREWS, North, 18.
4. BLACK, John, 18 9. CREWS, Archb'ld, 28.
5. BLACKSHEAR, Cicero, 23. 10. CONLEY, Thomas, 24.










VOL. 10, pp 11-12, PRIVATES, Cont'd

11. CARTER, Stephen R., 45. 36. KELLY, Joseph, 18.
12. DIXON, James, 19. 37. MIKELL, William, 45.
13. DIXON, William, 20. 38. MOSELEY, Wm., 35.
14. DYAS,, John, 38. 39. MOTT, Benj. H., 40.
15. FOSTER, Watkins, 21. 40. MURROW, Daniel, 18
16. GRIFFITH, Wm. H., 21. 41. MOODY, Jeremiah, 20.
17. GRIFFEN, John J., 19. 42. NIXON, James N., 25.
18. GRUBER, Wesley, 19. 43. NICHOLS, Mark, 25.
19. HUNTER, Henry, 22. 44. RUFF, George, 22.
20. HIGGS, William, 30. 45. RAULERSON, Aaron, 22
21. HUNTER, Thos. B., 18. 46. REVELS, Wm., 19.
22. HENDLEY, Elmore, 22. 47. SOMERS, Philip, 30.
23. JOHNS, Jeremiah M., 28. 48. SUDDS. Thomas, 20.
24. JOHNS, Levi M., 27. 49. THOMAS, James A.,30
25. JONES, Wm. J., 19. 50. THOMPSON, James, 24.
26. JOHNSTONE, John J., 39. 51. TILMON, John, 18.
27. JOHNS, Jesse, 22. 52. VARNES, William, 18.
28. JOHNS, Cornel A., 18.
29. JOHNS, Wm. W., 18.
30. JOHNSTONE, James W., 23.
31. IRIAL? JRIEL?, John, 21.
32. JOHNS, Union, 18.
33. KEEN, Joseph B., 20.
34. KEEN, Noah, 21.
35. KEEN, Allen, 21.


VOLUME 10, PAGES 13-14

Muster Roll of Captain Asa A. Stewart's Company of Florida
Mounted Volunteers, commanded by Col. S. St. George Rogers
called into the service of the United States by Special
Instruction from the President dated War Department, Wash-
ington, May 28, 1857 at Alligator, Fla. on the 27th day of
July 1857 to serve for the term of six months unless soon-
er discharged served from 27 July 1857 to 26 Jan. 1858.

This muster was certified at Fort Brook, Fla., 26 January
1858 by A. A. Stewart, Captain commanding the company, and
by Francis N. Page, Asst. Adjutant Gen'l.

Asa A. STEWART, Captain, age 40; horse died 7/30/57 from
hard service from Alligator to Ocala.
Franklin RAULERSON, 1st Lieutenant, age 38.
Joseph S. CREWS, 2nd Lieutenanat, age 32.
Daniel P. WILKERSON, 1st Sergeant, age 45; horse killed by
Indians 11/27/57 while grazing.
William 0. TYSON, Sergeant, age 22.
Church McCOY, Sergeant, age 25.
William Mikael (this name was marked through).
Church F. BYNAM, Corporal, age 24.










Vol. 10, pp 13-14, cont'd

John E. TUCKER, Corporal, age 27; horse died of heat on
steamer Gray Cloud 9/2/57.
Andrew ALLEN, Corporal, age 43.
James NIBLACK, Corporal, age 18.
Levi M. J. WRIGHT, Bugler, age 18.
Barrilla WOOD, Bugler, age 18.
Joseph P. PHELPS, Farrier, age 34.

PRIVATES

NOTE: Ages of soldiers follow names.

ALBRITTON, Thomas W.,18. KELLY, Joseph,18.
ALLEN, James E., 40. KITE, Benjamin, 22.
BLACKWELDER, David, 27. KELLY, Hezekiah, 27.
BLACKWELDER, Moses, 27. MEDLING, John H., 26.
BLACK, John, 18. MOLDEN, LeRoy, 19.
BLACKSHEAR, Cicero, 23. MOBLEY, John B., 21.
CREWS, Henry C., 21. MAGEE, James M., 40.
CREWS, Dempsey, 48. McKINNEY, George W.,26.
CREWS, N? 18. McKINNEY, John A., 31.
CREWS, Archibald, 28. MOSLEY, William, 35.
CONLY, Thomas, 24. MURROW, Daniel, 18.
DOUGLAS, Fred'k M., 18. MOODY, Jeremiah, 20.
DIXON, James, 19. MIXSON, James M., 25
DIXON, William, 20. NICHOLS, Mark, 25.
DYAS, John, 30. RUFF, George W. C., 22.
FOSTER, Watkins, 21. *RAULERSON, Aaron, 22.
FORD, Garry, 30. SOMERS, Philip B., 30.
FORD, Lewis, 23. SUGGS, Thomas, 20.
GATLIN, Benjamin, 20. SNELGROVE, Geo. M., 25
GRIFFITH, Wm. H., 21. STRICKLAND, John, 19.
GRIFFEN, John J., 19. SASSER, John, 29.
GRUBER, Wesley, 19. THOMAS, James A., 30.
HAND, John T., 21. THOMPSON, James H., 24.
HUNTER, Henry, 22. TILMON, John, 18.
HUNTER, Thomas D., 18. UNDERHILL, Jeremiah, 22.
HARVEY, Levi D., 32. VARNES, William, 18.
JOHNSON, James A., 24. WARDEN, Norwell? Howell?
JOHNSON, John R.,21. age 21.
JOHNS, Jeremiah Mc.,28.
JONES, William J., 19. *Horse died 10/8/57; re-
JOHNSTON, John J., 39. mounted; 2nd horse kill-
JOHNS, Jesse, 22. ed by Indians 11/27/57
JOHNS, Cornel A., 18. while grazing.
JOHNS, William W., 18.
JOHNSTON, James, 23.
JOHNS, Irial, 21.
KEEN, Noah, 21.; desert-
ed 9/6; returned 10/14.
KEEN, Joseph B., 20/
KEEN, Allen, 21.










Vol. 10, pp 13-14,, cont'd:


DIED:

Elijah R. TUCKER, Sergeant, age 45; died 9/2/1857 at Ft.
Myers, Fla. Was 1st Sgt. from 7/27 to 92/1957.
Stephen R. CARTER, Private, age 22; killed by Indians
23 December 1857 in Big Cypress; arms, accoutrements
and axe ... taken by Indians.
Elmore HENDLEY, Private, age 22; died at Ft. Myers, Fla.
November 22, 1857.
Levi M.C. JOHNS, Private, age 27; died December 13, 1857
at Big Cypress.
Union JOHNS, Private, age 18;died January 13, 1858 at Big
Cypress.
Benjamin H. MOTT, Private, age 40; died January 8, 1858 at
Big Cypress.
Elijah WEST, Private, age 23; died December 10, 1857.

DESERTED:

William HIGGS, Private, age 30; deserted October 24, 1857.
William REVELS, Private, age 19; deserted from Detachment.
John S. CHESSER, Private, age 31; "
William MICKALL, (McKall?), Private, age 45; deserted from
Detachment.


VOLUME 10, PAGES 15-16

Muster Roll of Captain A. A. Stewart's Company of the Bri-
gade of Florida Mounted Militia commanded by Col. Charles
DELL(?), ordered into service of the United States by the
Secretary of War, from the 18 day of August 1840 to the
28th day of November 1840 when discharged. The company
was mustered by Major. S. Churchill.

NOTE: These two pages of Vol. 10, were faint, patched, and
almost illegible; some parts were completely obliterated.
The place of muster is not stated but is believed to have
been, Alligator (present Lake City), Florida.

A. A. STEWART, Captain
Nickabud RAULERSON, 1st Lieut.
Joseph KEEN, 2nd Liet.

David WALKER, 1st Sgt. Jacob DAVIS, Corp'l
Abel COWART, Sgt. John A. SUMMERLIN, Corp.
A. J. KEEN, Sgt. Crispen MORGAN Corp'l
Franklin RAULERSON, Sgt. Ellijah LOCKLAIR, Corp.








Vol. 10, pp 15-16, cont'd:


PRIVATES



BROWN, William SAPP, Shadrick
BRYANT, Sylvester SAPP, Elisha
CORBIN, James SUMMERLIN, Jacob
COTTLE, Reuben THOMAS, John
CURRY, Joel TYRE, Cannon
COLE? CARL?, Elisha ___ ? not readable
DUER, C. F., absent with leave. WILKINSON, Joseph
DANIEL, Isaac WILKINSON, David
DANIEL, Aaron WALKER, Ansel
DANIEL, Elam WALKER,
DALZELL, Peter WALKER, Elisha
DELAY, John WALKER, Dempsey
DAVIS, L. B. WRIGHT, Riley
DAVIS, Zachariah WRIGHT, Levi
DAVIS, Peter H. WRIGHT, A.J.T.
DOUGLAS, James WEEKS, Zachariah
GRANT, Alex'r RUTLEDGE, John
GILLET, Anderson SMITH, Littleton
HART, W.I? W.J? SAPP, John
JERKINS, James JOHNSON, John
KEEN, David; sick at
Falling Creek from 11/24. DEAD:
KEEN, Wiley
KEEN, John Pvt. Johnn E. TUCKER
KEEN, S. S. (date & place not shown)
KEEN, Wm., Jr.
KEEN, Wm. H.
KEEN, James
LIGHT, Wm.
LOCKLAIR, Wm.
LOCKLAIR, Joseph
LONG, Joseph
LOME, Fernando
MORGAN, Daniel
MORGAN, E. P.
MATTAIR, L. R.
MATTAIR, James
MATTAIR, Henry
MIMS, C. P.
MOSLEY, Wm.
McGOWIN, Stephen
PONCHER, John C.
PARKER, Elisha
RAULERSON, Ind'pt
RAULERSON, David
RAULERSON, Jacob








VOLUME 10, PAGES 17-18

Muster Roll of Captain A. A. Stewart's Company of the
Second Regiment, Brigade of Florida Foot Militia, com-
manded by Col. F. L. Dancey, ordered into service of
the United States by the Secretary of War from the 29th
day of November 1840 to the 28th day of February 1841.

The muster was certified "on honor" to be true and accur-
ate on 29 November 1840. Station: Lancaster (Alligator
Settlement), E. Fla. Signed by Capt. A. A. Stewart, Com-
manding Officer and by Major Churchill, 3rd Art'y, Inspec-
tor and Mustering Officer. Listed as present were:

A. A. STEWART, Caaptain William BARCO, 1st Sgt.
G. W. ELLIS, 1st Lieut. David WALKER, Sgt.
James Cc. PEARCE, 2nd Lieut. Riley WRIGHT, Sgt.
Henry SAPP, Sgt.

John M. PREVATT, Corporal
Crispen MORGAN, Cororal
Wiley KEEN, Corporal
Nicabud RAULERSON, Corporal
Joseph KEEN, Bugler
Daniel MORGAN, Bugler

PRIVATES

BARCO, Stephen MIZELL?, David
BARCO, Joseph MIZELL?, Joseph
BARCO, Daniel MIZELL?, Morgan
BOWIE, William MORGAN, E.T?, E.P?
BOYETT, James MOODY, N. M.
BLOUNT, Redding MUNDEN, James
BRYANT, Langley OSTEEN, Elias
BRYANT, Thomoas OSTEEN, William
COMES, John PEARCE, Jonathan
COLLINS, C. H. B. PEARCE, Willliam
CURRY, Joel PREVATT, Reuben
DANIEL, Isaac PREVATT, Morgan
GASKINS, Thomas RAULERSON, Jacob
GARDNER, John RAULERSON, David
GILLET, Anderson RAULERSON, Franklin
HAIR, Wm. ROBERTS, Asa
HERRINGTON, Henry SAPP, John
JOHNS, Arch. H. SAPP, Shad'k
KEEN, John SAPP, Elisha
KNIGHT, Elias SPARKMAN, N. K.
LANCASTER, Henry SPENDER, Chris. C.
LONG, Redding TOWNSEND, Wm.
LOCKLAIR, Joseph THOMAS, Jessee
LOWE, Fernando TUCKER, Lewis
MATTAIR, Henry TUCKER, A. J.








Vol. 10, pp 17-18, PRIVATES, cont'd:

TYRE, Cannon WRIGHT, A. J. T.
WALKER, Ansel WRIGHT, Levi
WEEKS, Theophilus WICKWIRE, Henry
WEEKS, Aaron P. WICKHAM, Horace
WEEKS, Thomas, Jr. WILLIAMS, Isaac
WEEKS, E. J. WILLIAMS, Thomas
WEEKS, John YOUNGBLOOD, Robert


VOLUME 10, PAGES 19-20

Muster Roll of Captain A. A. Stewart's Comoany of the
Second Regiment, Brigade of Florida Foot Militia, command-
ed by Col. F. B. Dancey, ordered into service of the Unit-
ed States by the Secretary of War from the 29th day of
Nov. 1840 to the 6rh day of March 1841 when discharged.

This muster was certified to be true and accurate on 6
March 1841 at Lancaster (Alligator Settlement), E. Fla.
by signatures of A. A. Stewart, Capt. commaning the com-
pany. Also by F. Churchill, Major, 3rd Art'y who honor-
ably discharged the company.

A. A. STEWART, Captain. John M. PREVATT, Cpl
G. M. ELLIS, 1st Lt, Crispen MORGAN, Cpl.
James C. PEARCE, 2nd Lt. Wiley KEEN, Cpl.
William BARCO, 1st Sgt. Nicabod RAULERSON, Cpl.
David WALKER, Sgt. Joseph KEEN, Drummer
Riley WRIGHT, Sgt. Daniel MORGAN, Fifer.
Henry SAPP, Sgt.


PRIVATES

BARCO, Stephen JOHNS, Arch'd, disch. by
BARCO, Joseph Capt, expiration of
BARCO, DANIEL term on 22/28.
BOYETT, James, discharged KEEN, John
by Capt, expirqtion of KNIGHT, Elias
is term on Feb. 25th LANCASTER, Henry
BLOUNT, Redding LONG, Redding
BRYANT, Langley LOCKLAIR, Joseph
BRYANT, Thomas MATTAIR, Joseph
CONES, John, AWOL from 2/28. MIZELL, David
COLLINS, C.H.B. MIZELL, Joseph
CURRY, Joel MIZELL, Morgan
DANIEL, Isaac MIZELL, E. P.
GASKIN, Thomas MOODY, N. M.
GARDNER, John MUNDEN, James
GILLET, Anderson OSTEEN, Elias
HAIR, William OSTEEN, William











Vol. 10, pp 19-20, PRIVATES, cont'd:

PEARCE, Jonathan WICKWIRE, Henry
PEARCE, William WICKHAM, Horace
PREVATT, Reuben WILLIAMS, Isaac
PREVATT, Morgan WILLIAMS, Thomas
RAULERSON, Jacob YOUNGBLOOD, Robert
RAULERSON, David
RAULERSON, Franklin
ROBERTS, Asa DEAD: LOWE, Fernando,
SAPP, John died at Mineral
SAPP, Shad'k Springs, 28 Feb.
SAPP,Elisha
SPARKMAN, N. K.
SPENDER, Chris C. DESERTED:
TOWNSEND, William BORRIE, William deserted
THOMAS, Jessee from Newnansville 21
TUCKER, Lewis December.
TUCKER, A. J., AWOL from 2/28 HARRINGTON, Henry, de-
WALKER, Ansel serted from Alligator
WEEKS, Theophilus Feb. 20.
WEEKS, Aaron P.
WEEKS, Thos., Jr.
WEEKS, E.T? E.J?, AWOL 2/28.
WEEKS, John
WRIGHT, A. J. T.
WRIGHT, Levi



VOLUME 10, PAGES 21-22

Muster Roll of Captain A. A. Stewart's Company of the 2nd
Regiment commanded by Col. J. L. Dancey, ordered into ser-
vice of the United States by the Secretary of War from the
6th day of March 1841 to the 6th day of June 1841.

At Lancaster (Alligator Settlement), E. F. on 6 March 1841
this muster was certified by the signature of A. A.
Stewart, Capt., commanding the company. It was also cer-
tified on 3 May 1841 by S. Churchill, Major, 3rd Art'y,
Inspector and Mustering Officer.

A. A. STEWART, Capt. Lewis M. TUCKER, Sgt
G. U. ELLIS, 1st Lt. Arthur J.T. WRIGHT,Sgt
William BARCO, 2d LT Levi PEARCE, Sgt.
John GARDNER, Sgt.

John M. PREVATT, Corp.
Horace WICKHAM, Corp.
Morgan MAZELL, Corp.
Cannon TYRE, Corp.
Levi WRIGHT, Drummer
Milton BRYANT, Fifer.











Vol. 10, pp 21-22, cont'd

PRIVATES:

ARCHER, Augustus SPARKMAN, Stephen, Sr.
BARCO, Stephen SPARKMAN, Stephen, Jr.
BARCO, Daniel SPARKMAN, Simeon L.
BLEW, Daniel SPARKMAN, Nath'l K.
BLOUNT, Redding SPARKMAN, Edward B.
BRYANT, Langley STEWART, Sam'l W.
BRYANT, Thomas SISTRUNK, Gasper
BRYAN, Thomas S. TOLLER, Timothy
CLARK, Cader TOWNSEND, William
COLLINS, Charles H.B. WALKER, Westberry
COLLINS, Charles E. WEEKS, Theophilus
CURRY, Joel WEEKS, John
DANIELS, Isaac WICKWIRE, Henry
DOWLING, William WILLIAMS, Isaac
DOUGLAS, Nath'l
GASKINS, Thomas S.
GILLET, Anderson
GILLET, Daniel
HIGH, Daniel
JONES, John
KEEN, Sherrod H.
KNIGHT, Elias
LEE, Wiley
LONG, Redding
MATTAIR, Henry
MOZELL, Joseph
MOZELL, David
MILLER, George
MOODY, Benjamin
MOODY, Nath'l M.
MORGAN, Jackson
MORGAN, Ephraim P.
MUNDEN, James
McDANIEL, James
OSTEEN, Elias
OSTEEN, William
PEARCE, James C.
PEARCE, William
PEARCE, Jonathan
RAULERSON, Jacob
RAULERSON, David
RAULERSON, Ind'pt
READ, Joseph N. B.
READ, Edwin F.
REED, William M.
ROBERTS, Asa
RUTLEDGE, John
SAPP, Shadrack
SAPP, Elisha











VOLUME 10, PAGES 23-24

Muster Roll of Capt. A. A. Stewart's Company of the 2nd
Regiment of Florida Foot Militia commanded by Col. F. L.
Dancy ordered into service of the United States by the
Secretary of War from the 6th day of March 1841 to the 9th
day of April 1841 when discharged.

Certified a true muster at Alligator, E. F., on 9 April
1841 by Capt. A. A. STEWART and S. Churchill, Major, 3rd
Art'y.

A. A. STEWART, Capt. Lewis M. TUCKER, 1st Sgt.
G. U. ELLIS, 1st Lt. Arthur J. T. WRIGHT, Sgt.
William BARCO, 2nd Lt. Levi PEARCE, Sgt.
John GARDNER, Sgt.

John M. PREVATT, Corp. Horace WICKHAM, Corp.
Morgan MIZELL, Corp. Cannon TYRE, Corp.
Levi WRIGHT, Drummer Milton BRYANT, Fifer

PRIVATES
WILLIAMS, Isaac
ARCHER, Augustus MORGAN, Ephraim P.
BARCO, Stephen MUNDEN, Jmes
BARCO, Daniel McDONAL, JAMES
BLEW, Daniel OSTEEN, Elias
BLOUNT, Reding OSTEEN, William
BRYANT, Langley PEARCE, James C.
BRYANT, Thomas PEARCE, William
BRYAN, Thos. S. PEARCE, Jonathan
CLARK, Cader RAULERSON, Jacob
COLLINS, Charles H.R. RAULERSON, David
COLLINS, Charles E. RAULERSON, Ind'pt
CURRY, Joel READ, Joseph N. B.
DANIEL, Isaac READ, Edwin F.
DOWLING, William REED, William M.
DOWLAS, Nath'l ROBERTS, Asa
GASKINS, Thos. S. RUTLEDGE, John
GILLET, Anderson SAPP, Shadrick
GILLET, Daniel SAPP, Elisha
HIGH, Daniel SPARKMAN, Stephen, Sr.
JONES, John SPARKMAN, Stephen, Jr.
KEEN, Sherod SPARKMAN, Simeon L.
KNIGHT, Elias SPARKMAN, Nath'l K.
LEE, Wiley SPARKMAN, Edward B.
LONG, Reding STEWART, Sam'l W.
MATTAIR, Henry SISTRUNK, Gasper
MIZELL, Joseph TOLLER, Timothy
MIZELL, David TOWNSEND, William
MILLER, George WALKER, Westberry
MOODY, Benjamin WEEKS, Theophilus
MOODY, Nath'l M. WEEKS, John
MORGAN, Jackson WICKWIRE, Henry










VOLUME 10, PAGES 25-26

Descriptive Roll of Captain A. A. Stewart's Company of the
Regiment of Florida Militia Volunteers mustered out of
service 26 day of January 1858.


NOTE: This is a handwritten roll containing the following
designated columns: (1) Rank, (2) Name, (3) Where born:
(town, county, state or kingdom), (4) Height (feet-inchs)
(5) Color (complexion, eyes, hair) and (6) occupation.

Capt. Asa A. STEWART (no further description).
1st Lt., Franklin RAULERSON (no further description).
1st Sgt., Elijah R. TUCKER (no further description).
Sgt. William 0. TYSON, Alachua, FL; 5'7", light-blue-dark
farmer.
Sgt. Church McCOY, Washington, GA; 6', fair-blue-light,
farmer.
Sgt. Levi D. HARVEY, Bryant, GA; 5'11", dark-blue-black,
farmer.
Cpl. Church J. BYNUM,, Washington, GA; 5'7"dark-gray-dark,
farmer.
Cpl. Andrew T. ALLEN, Brunswick, GA; 5'4", dark-blue-light
farmer.
Cpl. James S. NIBLACK, Columbia, FL; 5'7", fair-blue-light
farmer.
Bugler Levi M.J.KNIGHT, Columbia, FL' 5'7", Dark-blue-
black, farmer.
Bugler, Barzilla WOOD, Darlington, SC; 5'1", dark-blue-
black, farmer.
Farrier, Joseph P. PHELPS, Washington, NC; 5'6", light-
blue-light, blacksmith.


PRIVATES
ALBRITTON, Thomas N., Newberry, SC; 5'11", dark-black-
black, farmer.
ALLEN, James E., Brunswick, GA; 5'6", light-blue-light,
farmer.
BLACKWELDER, David, Cabarrus? Columbus?, NC, 5';10",
dark-black-black, farmer.
BLACK, John, Irwin, GA, 5'1", light-blue-light, farmer.
BLACKWELDER, Cicero S., Lownds, GA; 5'6", light-blue-
black, farmer.
CREWS, Henry C., Dooly, GA; 5'4", fair-blue-black, farmer
CREWS, Dempsey D., Colleton, SC; 5'10", dark-blue-light,
farmer.
CREWS, North, Clinch, GA; 5'2", dark-flue-light, farmer.
CREWS, Archibald, Columbia, FL; 5'7", dark-blue-dark,
farmer.
CONLEY, Thomas, New York; 5'6", fair-grey-dark, laborer.
CARTER, Stephen, (no further description .
DIXON, James, Applin, GA; 5'5", dar-grey-black, farmer.










Vol. 10, pp-25-26, PRIVATES, cont'd

DIXON, William, Applin, GA; 5'5", dark-grey-black, farmer
GRIFFITHS, William, Thomas. GA; 5'4", fair-grey-dark,
farmer.
GRIFFIN, John S., Horry, SC; 5'5", dark-black-black,farmer
GRUBER, Wesley, Newberry, SC; 5'3", light-blue-light, "
HUNTER, Henry, Lounds, GA; 5'6", light-blue-light, farmer.
HIGGS, William (no further description).
HUNTER, Thomas D., Lounds, GA, 5'0", ligth-blue-light,
HENDLEY, Elmore (no further description).
JOHNS, Jeremiah Mc., Camden, GA; 5'8", dark-blue-dark,
JOHNS, Levi Mc. (no further description).
JONES, William S., Marion, SC; 5'5", light-dark-dark,
JOHNSTONE, John P., Columbia, FL; 6'O", dark-dark-dark,
JOHNS, Jesse, Camden, GA; 5'7", dark-grey,black,
JOHNS, Cornel A., Columbia, FL; 5'6", dark-dark-dark,
JOHNS, William N., Columbia, FL; 5'5", dark-dark-dark,
JOHNSTON, James W., Liberty, GA; 6'0", light-blue-light,"
JRIEL? John, Colleton, SC; 5'9", light-blue-dark,
JOHNS, Union, (no further description).
KEEN, Joseph B., Columbia, FL; 5'6", fair-black-dark,
KEEN, Allen, Wayne, GA; 6'0", fair-blue-dark,
KELLY, Joseph, Wayne, GA; 5'0", dark-grey-light,
MIKELL, William, (no further description).
MOSELEY, William, Camden, GA; 5'6", fair-blue-light,
MURROW, Daniel, Jefferson (state?), 5'1", dark-grey-light
farmer.
MOODY, Jeremiah, Applin, GA; 5'7", fair-blue-light, farmer
NIXON, James, Lounds, GA; 5'5", dark-grey-light,
NICHOLS, Mark, Newberry, SC; 5'4", dark-blue-dark,
RUPP, George, Abieville, SC; 5'6", light-blue-light,
RAULERSON, Aaron, Columbia, FL; 5'2", fair-blue-light,
SOMERS, Philip B. W., Newberry, SC; dark-black-black,
SUGGS, Thomas, Wayne, NC; 5'6", dark-black-black,
THOMAS, James A., GA; 5'7", dark-blue-dark,
THOMPSON, James H., Applin, GA; 5'7", fair-blue-dark,
TILMON, John, Lounds, GA; 5'0", dark-blue-light,
VARNES, William, Columbia, FL; llight-blue-light,
WARDEN, Howell, Liberty, GA; light-blue-light,
WEST, Elijah, (no further description)
WALKINS, Foster, Twiggs, GA; 6'0", light-dark-light,
MEDDLING, John H., Columbia, FL, 5'5", light-blue-dark, "
MALDAN, Leroy, Lounds, GA; 5'4", light-blue-light,
DOUGLAS, Fredrick M., Ware, GA; 5'6", light-blue-light, "
UNDERHILL, Jerome, Columbia, FL; 5'7",dark-blue-blallck,"
MOBLY, John B., Hamilton, FL; 5'10", dark-black-black,
MAGEE, James M., Ireland; 5'6", dark-dark-dark,
SELGROVE, George M., Edgefield, SC; 5'11", dark-black-
black, farmer.
STRICKLAND, John, Pike, AL; 5'4",light-black-light, farmer
KITE, Benjamin, Liberty, GA; 5'6", light-black-black
McKINNEY, George W., Columbia, FL; 5'8", dark-grey-black,"









Vol. 10, pp 25-26, PRIVATES, cont'd:

McKINNEY, John L., Camden, GA; 5'8", dark-grey-black,
farmer.
KELLY, Hezekiah, Loundes, GA; 5'0", dark-black-black,
farmer.
CHESSER, John P.,(no further description .
FORD, Garry, Columbia, FL; 6'1", light-blue-light, farmer
FORD, Lewis, Columbia, FL; 5'6", light-blue-light,
SASSER, John, Lounds, GA; 5'6", light-blue-llight,
GATLIN, Benjamin, Ware, GA; 6'0", dark-black-black,
HAND, John T., Bibb, GA; 5'6", light-black-black,
JOHNSON, James A.,Applin, GA; 6'0", dark-black-black,
JOHNSON, John R., Liberty, GA; 5'5", light-blue-light,"
BLACKWELDER, Moses. Cabarras, NC; 5'8", light-blue-light,
farmer.
WILKISON, G.P., or D.P., Applin, GA; 6'1", dark-black-
black, farmer.
TUCKER, John E., Columbia, FL; 6'O", light-black-black,
farmer.
DYAS, John, Liberty, GA; 5'10", fair-blue-black, farmer.


VOLUME 10, PAGE 27

Muster Roll of Captain R. B. Sullivant's Compay of Infan-
try No. 5 of the Special Battalion of Florida Volunteers
under command of Col. M. White Smith ordered out by the
Governor for special service against the Seminole Indians.
Company mustered at Bayard, Fla., September 1856 by E. P.
IVES for a term of six months unless sooner discharged.

R. B. SULLIVANT, Captain
William R. GIBBONS, 1st Lieutnant
Joseph UNDERHILL, 2ND Lieutenant

James H. JOHNSON, 1st Sgt. Jackson SULLIVANT, 1st Corp.
H. S. PHILLIPS, 2nd Sgt. E. F. BILLINGSLY, 2nd Corp.
Henry SULLIVANT, 3rd Sgt. William BIRD, 3rd Corp.
Aaron RIALS, 4th Sgt. Jeremeiah UNDERHILL, 4th Corp

PRIVATES

William BOOTH John SULLIVANT
O. F. DEKLE Francis SULIVANT
S. R. BEARDEN Benjamin WOOD
Louis GREEN Joseph BROOKER, on extra duty as
John JONES teamster Sept. 18th to Sept 30.
David SMITH E. J. DAVIS
Louis W. GLISSON Jacob DRIGORS
Henry M. SWEAT Jacob BURNS
Edmond SWEAT Alexander PASSMORE
James REGISTER John SEARS
Benjamin LEE Jackson NOLES









Vol. 10, page 27, PRIVATES, cont'd:

Isiah YOUNGBLOOD James S. GIBBONS
J. T.. NOBLES George RAWLS
Dempsey CAIN James JONES
Louis SELVAN R. B. ROBERTS
W. C. O'BERRY W. W. SHEDD
Edward ASHLEY T. J. CUNEY
Nathan McRANEY Alfred TAYLOR
Jones BOOTH Hiram BENNETT
William H. BRANNING Wilie BENNETT
Samuel CHANCE W. J. PHILLIPS
W. W. JOHNSON Bryant WILLISON
B.W? B.M? SULLIVANT Zachariah POLK
James BILLINGSLEY James A. GREEN
John CLARK Jacob H. VARNS
David HAGENS John MERCER
Joseph BROKER, Sr. Andrew DAVIS
William STANLEY John PHILLIPS
Henry McCLENAHAN Lewellin SPARKMAN
Robert HAMPTON

STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF ST. JOHNS

"I certify that R. B. Sullivant signed the above Roll by
making his mark in my presence the first day of December
1856." /s/ M. HUMPHRIES, Judge of Probate & Justice of
the Peace.

The roll was also certified to be correct by M. Whit
SMITH, Col. Commanding the Special Battalin of Florida
Volunteers.


VOLUME 10, PAGES 28-29

Muster Roll of Captain Samuel E. Swilley's Company of the
2nd Regiment, 2nd Brigade of East Florida Mounted Volun-
teers commanded by Col. W. I. Mills ordered into service
of the United States by Maj. General Jessup from the 16
day of June 1837 to the 18the day of December 1837. Comp-
any was enrolled at Fort Palmetto, E. F. by Capt. S. E.
Swilley for the term of six months.

At Fort Gilliland, E. F., on 18 December 1837 the muster
was certified to be correct by Capt. S. E. Swilley, and
was inspected and honorably discharge the same date and
place by Major. Churchill, 3rd Art'y.

1. Samuel E. SWILLEY, Capt, 1 bay horse.
2. Stephen ROBERTS, 1st Lt., 1 bay horse.
3. Jesse PRESCOTT, 2ND 1.T., 1 Sorrel horse.









Vol. 10, pp 28-29, cont'd

Wiley T. SWILLEY, 1st Sergt., 1 bay horse.
Simeon B. SWIFT, 2nd Sergt., 1 bay horse.
Aaron KNIGHT, 3rd Sergt., 1 sorrel horse.
Benjamin D. MILLER, 4th Sergt., 1 bay horse.
Theophilus ZIPPERER, Corporal, 1 bay horse; sick at home.
Darling PRESCOTT, Corporl, 1 bay horse.
Hardy HOWELL, Cororal, 1 sorrel horse
Elijah CARTER, 1 bay horse.

PRIVATES

ALLEN, Norman, 1 sorrel horse.
ALLEN, John, 1 roan horse.
BALL, Thos. L., 1 bay horse.
CLAYTON, John J., 1 sorrel horse.
CARTER, Henry P., 1 bay horse; sick at home.
CARTER, David, 1 bay horse.
CLYATT, J. A., 1 bay horse.
COODY, Lewis, 1 bay horse.
CROSBY, Huey G., horse?
CARTER, Jesse, Jr., 1 black horse.
CARTER, Jesse, Sr., 1 bay horse.
CARTER, Isaac, 1 bay horse.
CARTER, John, Jr., 1 sorrel horse.
CARTER, John, Sr., 1 black horse.
CARTER. John J., 1 black horse.
CARTER, James, 1 sorrel horse.
CARTER, George, 1 roan horse.
CARTER, Isaac, Jr., 1 sorrel horse.
CARTER, Samuel, 1 bay horse; sick at home.
CARTER, David, 1 sorrel horse; sick at home.
CLAYTON, Jos. W., 1 bay horse.
DRAWDY, Levi, 1 bay horse.
DOOLING, Wm., Sr., 1 sorrel horse.
DOOLING, Wm., Jr., 1 bay horse.
DOOLING, Dennis, 1 bay horse.
FRYER, J. J., 1 bay horse.
GREEN, Bartley, absent without leave from Oct. 7.
GUTHRY, Abraham, 1 sorrel horse.
GAINES, Benjain, 1 black horse.
HOWELL, William, 1 roan horse.
HARROLD, John, absent without leave from Oct. 7.
KNIGHT, Jesse, 1 sorrel horse.
KNIGHT, Jonathan, 1 sorrel horse.
KNIGHT, Thomas S?, 1 black horse.
KING, Charles, 1 gray horse.
KNIGHT, Joel, 1 bay horse
LIGHTSEY, Samuel, 1 roan horse.
LEE, John, 1 bay horse.
LUNDY, John, 1 sorrel horse.
TERREL, John Mc., Sr., 1 sorrel horse.
TERREL, John Mc., Jr., 1 bay horse.









Vol. 10, pp 28-29, PRIVATES cont'd

NEWBERN, W. C., 1 black horse.
NOBELS, Mark, 1 bay horse.
POLK, Zachariah, 1 bay horse.
PRESCOTT, Samuel, 1 bay horse.
PRESCOTT, Moses, 1 bay horse.
POLK, James, 1 sorrel horse
PRESCOTT, Jesse, horse?
RENCE, Samuel, 1 bay horse.
RODEN, John, 1 bay horse.
RHODEN, Willis, 1 sorrel horse.
RHODEN, William, 1 sorrel horse.
RHODEN, James, 1 bay horse.
RHODEN, Jacob, 1 bay horse.
SHERHOUSE, John, 1 bay horse.
SMITH, William, 1 gray horse.
SHERHOUSE, Israel, 1 bay horse.
SWILLEY, Resin F., 1 sorrel horse.
SWILLEY, Calvin E., 1 bay horse
SWILLEY, Jesse, 1 bay horse.
SWILLEY, Franklin, 1 bay horse.
TERRELL, James B? R?, 1 bay horse.
THOMAS, Harvel, absent without leave from Oct. 7.
THOMAS, Elias,
WALKER, James, 1 bay horse.
WEATHINGTON, Dennis, 1 black horse.
WEATHINGTON, Curtis, 1 brown horse.


VOLUME 10, PAGES 30-31

Muster Roll of Captain Samuel E. Swilley's Mounted Company
of the 2nd Regiment, 2nd Brigade, of East Florida Militia
commanded by Brig.-Gen'l Jos. G. Herrnandez ordered into
service of the United States by Major-Gen'l Thos. S. Jesup
U.S.A. from the 16th day of June 1837 to the 16th day of
December 1837. All were enrolled in Lowndes County, Geor-
gia by Capt. S. E. Swilley for six months.

At Fort Palmetto. E. F., on 9 October 1837 the muster roll
was certified to be correct by Samuel E. Swilley, Capt.,
commanding the company. The signature of the Inspector &
Mustering Officer is illegible.

S. E. SWILLEY, Captain
Stephen ROBERTS, 1st Lieutenant.
Jesse PRESCOTT, 2nd Lieutenant.
Wiley T. SWILLEY, 1st Sergeant.
Simeon B. SWIFT, 2nd Sergeant.
Aaron KNIGHT, 3rd Sergeant.
Benjamin D. MILLER, 4th Sergeant.
Theophilus ZIPPERER, Corporal.
Darling PRESCOTT, Corporal.










Vol. 10, pp 30-31, cont'd:

Hardy HOWELL, Corporal.
Elijah CARTER, Corporal.

PRIVATES

1. ALLEN, Norman 48. RENCE, Samuel
2. ALLEN, John 49. RHODEN, Willis
3. BALL, Thos. L. 50. RHODEN, William
4. CLAYTON, John J. 51. RHODEN, James
5. CARTER, Henry P. 52. RHODEN, Jacob
6. CARTER, David 53. SHURHOUSE, John
7. CLYAT, A. Jackson 54. SHURHOUSE, Israel
8. COODY, Lewis 55. SMITH, William
9. CROSBY, Henry G. 56. SWILLEY, Reason F.
10. CARTER, Jesse, Jr. 57. SWILLEY, Calvin E.
11. CARTER, Jesse, Sr. 58. SWILLEY, Jesse
12. CARTER, Isaac 59. SWILLEY, Franklin
13. CARTER, John, Jr. 60. TERREL, James
14. CARTER, John, Sr. 61. THOMAS, Harvill
15. CARTER, John J. 62. THOMAS, Elias
16. CARTER, James 63. WALKER, James
17. CARTER, George 64. WEATHINGTON, Curtis
18. CARTER, Isaac, Jr. 65. WEATHINGTON, Dennis
19. CARTER, Samuel 66. HIGH, John
20. CARTER, David
21. CLAYTON, Joseph W.
22. DRAWDY, Levi
23. DOWLING, William, Sr.
24. DOWLING, Willliam, Jr.
25. DOWLING, Dennis
26. FRYER, James J.
27. GREEN, Bartly
28. GUTHREY, Abraham
29. GAINES, Benjamin
30. HOWELL, William
31. HARRELL, John
32. KNIGHT, Jesse
33. KNIGHT, Jonathan
34. KNIGHT, Thomas
35. KING, Charles
36. KNIGHT, Joel
37. LIGHTSEY, Samuel
38. LEIGH, John
39. LUNDAY, John
40. McTERRELL, John, Sr.
41. McTERRELL, John, Jr.
42. NEWBERN, Wm. C.
43. NOBLES, Mark
44. POLK, Zachariah
45. PRESCOTT, Samuel
46. PRESCOTT, Moses
47. POLK, James









VOLUME 10, PAGES 32-33

Muster Roll of Lieut. Washington Tabor's Company of the
8th Regiment, 1st Brigade of Florida Mounted Militia com-
manded b y Col. L. Brown, ordered into service of the
United States by R. K. Call, Governor of Florida from the
12th day of June 1837, to the 12th day of September 1837.

The Company was enrolled in Washington County by Col. L.
Brown for 3 months. By signature pm 8 March 1838, this
muster was certified as correct by Lt. Washington Tabor.
On the same date the muster was examined and certified to
be accurate by D. Vinton, Asst. Quartermaster.

1. Washington TABOR, 1st Lieut., traveled 10 miles to and
from place of rendezvous.
2. William H. CARPENTER, 2nd Lieut.
from place of rendezvous.
1. John P. LOCKEY, 1st Sergeant.
2. Henry A. BRIGHT, 2nd Sergeant; absent with leave.
1. William B. LOVETT, 1st Corporal

PRIVATES

1. BRIGHT, Lucius, absent with leave.
2. BROWN, James
3. CHASON, Henry, absent with leave.
4. FURGERSON, John
5. GAINER, John, absent with leave.
6. GAINER, Samuel
7. LASSITER, B. Jessee
8. MILLER, Lewis
9. MILLER, William
10. OWNAS?, William
11. REGISTER, John
12. WHITTAKER, William
13. WISE, James
14. _? Stephen S., absent with leave.
15. WILLIAMS, Daniel, absent with leave.
14? MILLER, William, pilot.


VOLUME 10, PAGES 34-35

Muster Roll of Captain John L. Thigpen's Company of the
First Regiment of Florida Volunteer Militia. commanded by
Col. John Warren, received in the service of the United
States by Major General Thos. S. Jesup, Com'd of the Army
of the South from the 3rd day of July 1837 to the 27th day
of December 1837.

The company was enrolled in Jacksonville, East Florida, by
Lieut. Watson for the term of six months. On 27 December
1837 at Fort Heilman, the muster was certified as accurate








Vol. 10, pp 34-35, cont'd

by Capt. John L. Thigpen. Sam'1 Ringgold, Capt., 3rd
Artillery at the same place and date certified the mus-
ter to be true and accurate.

1. John L. THIGPEN, Captain.
William, servant of Capt. THIGPEN.
2. Jackson HIGGENBOTHAM, 1st Lieutenant.
John, servant of Lt. HIGGENBOTHAM.
3. John G. TYNER, 2ND Lieutenant.
Leonard, servnt of Lt. TYNER.

1. A. R. CREUSE, Mast'r Sergt.
1. William B. HART, 1st Sergt.
2. Wm. PENDLETON, 2nd Sergt.
3. Jas. Ml SPARKMAN, 3rd Sergt.
4. Martin WHITEMORE, 4th Sergt.

1. David HIGGENBOTHAM, Corporal.
2. John ROBERTS, Corporal.
3. Solomon GODWIN, Corporal.
4. Button? Britton? GEORGE.

1. Richard HARVEY, Musician
2. Jas. M. SWEAT, Bugler.

PRIVATES

1. BERRICY?, Arthur
2. BELLAMY, John
3. COOPER, Adam
4. CANNON, Redick
5. CURRY, John
6. EAGAN, John
7. FUTCH, Onesimus
8. FUTCH, William
9. FORD, John
10. FORD, Garett
11. FAULKS, John
12. FLINN, James N.
13. HIGGENBOTHAM, John
14. HIGGENBOTHAM, George
15. HIGGENBOTHAM, James
16. HIGGENBOTHAM, James, Jr.
17. HELVERSTON, George; absent with leave.
18. HADDOCK, Joseph
19. HADDOCK, tHOMAS
20. HART, Eli
21. HAGANS, Wm.
22. LANE, D. N.
23. MILLER, John
24. MYERS, James
25. MARKEN?, MARBEN?, E. H., absent with leave.









Vol. 10, pp 34-35, PRIVATES, contd

26. MILLER, George W.
27. MAYO, Benjamin; absent with leave.
28. NORTON, Nathan.
29. NEWBERN, William; absent with leave.
30. NORTON, Jehu.
31. NICHOLS, Numan; absent with leave.
32. PILES, William
33. PINNER, Wm., Sr.
34. PINNER, Wm., Jr.
35. PINNER, James
36. PHILLIPS, Wm.
37. SPARKMAN, Wm., Sr.
38. SPARKMAN, James
39. SPARKMAN, Levi
40. THIGPIN, Jonathan; absent, sick.
41. THIGPIN, Jonathan T.
42. TYNER, Clement
43. THOMAS, Rolin
44. THOMAS, Samuel
45. TYNER, Jordan
46. WILLIAMSON, Stephen
47. WILLIAMSON, Wm.
48. WILLIAMSON, John
49. WILLIAMS, Wm. A.
50. WIGGINS, John, Jr.
51. BENROSEN, Martin

DIED: John HIGGINBOTHAM, Jr., Private, on 20 August 1837
near Jacksonville, E.F.


VOLUME 10, PAGES 36-37

Muster Roll of Captain John L. Thigpin's Company of Flori-
da Militia, Eastern District, East Florida, commanded by
Col. David E. Twiggs, 2nd Dragoons, ordered into the ser-
vice of the United States.

The company was enrolled by Lt. Zell P. Inge 13 December
1838 at Deep Creek, New River or Black Creek for a term of
six months unless sooner discharged. By signature, Lt. Z.
P. Inge certified that he mustered the company at Black
Creek, Deep Creek, and New River on the 13th and 17th of
December 1838.

1. John L. THIGPIN, Captain
2. William NORTON, 1st Lieutenant
3. James TISON, 2nd Lieutenant

1. Nathan NORTON, 1st Sgt. 1. John SPARKMAN, 1st Corp.
2. Will'm CURRY, 2nd Sgt. 2. William MOTES, Corp.
3. Onescimus FUTCH, 3d Sgt. 3. Geo. C. TIPPENS, Corp.









Vol. 10, pp 36-37, cont'd

4. John PHILLIPS, 4th Sgt. 4. James AKINS, Corp.

1. Will'm FUTCH, Musician
2. James GREEN, Musician

PRIVATES

1. ALVERS, Roman 46. ROLIN, Thos.
2. ALVERS, Joseph 47. ROBERTS, James
3. BARBER. William 48. SMITH, Willis
4. BRITTON, George 49. SIMPSON, Lewis
5. CANNON, Redick 50. SPARKMAN, Jas. M.
6. COLSON, Abraham 51. SPARKMAN, Levi
7. CROSBY, William 52. SPARKMAN, Glison
8. CROSBY, Wm. C. 53. SPARKMAN, Wm.
9. DAVIS, Samuel 54. TIPPINS, G. N.
10. DREDEN, John 55. THIGPPIN, Jonathan
11. FUTCH, William 56. THIGPIN, J? J?
12. GREEN. Isaac 57. VARNES, George
13. GARNER, James 58. UNDERWOOD, Thomas
14. GODWIN, Jacob 59. YELVINGTON, Jas.
15. GOODWIN, Jefferson 60. YELVINGTON, Gideon
16. GREEN, Elisha, Jr.
17. GREEN, Elisha, Sr.
18. GREEN, John
19. GREEN, Israel
20. HALL, William
21. HICKS, Eli, Sr.
22. HICKS, Eli, Jr.
23. HICKS, Bryant
24. HARVEY, Isaac
25. JOHNS, Cornelius
26. JOHNS, Burel
27. JOHNS, William
28. KIRKLAND, John
29. LANG, David
30. LANG, William
31. LEWIS, Daniel
32. LONG, James
33. McKINNEY, Charles
34. McKINNEY, James
35. MOTES, Henry
36. MOTES, Zachariah
37. MOTES, George
38. MOTES, John
39. NORTON, Nathan
40. NORTON, John
41. OSTEEN, LE ?
42. PACE?, James
43. PELHAM, Levi
44. PREVATT?, Morgan
45. PHILLIPS, William









VOLUME 10, PAGES 38-39

Muster Roll of Captain John L. Thigpin's Company of Flor-
ida Militia, E. Dist., E. Fla., commanded by Col. David E.
Twiggs, 2nd Dragoons, ordered into service of the United
States from the 13th and 17th of December 1838 to 13 June
1839.

The muster was certified as true and accurate by Capt. J.
L. Thigpin and J. McKinstry, Inspector & Mustering Officer
on 13 June 1839 at Station Post No. 18, East Florida.

1. John L. THIGPIN, Captain
2. William NORTON, 1st Lieutenant
3. James TISON, 2nd Lieutenant

1. Nathan NORTON, 1st Sgt. 1. John SPARKMAN, ist Corp.
2. William CURRY, Sgt. 2. William MOTES, Corp.
3. Onescimus FUTCH, Sgt. 3. George C. TIPPENS, Corp.
4. John PHILLIPS, Sgt. 4. James AKINS, Corp.

1. William FUTCH, Musician
2. James GREEN, Musician

PRIVATES

1. ALVERS, Roman 29. LANG, David
2. ALVERS, Joseph 30. LANG, William
3. BARBER, William 31. LEWIS, Daniel
4. BRITTON, George 32. LONG, James
5. CANNON, Redick 33. McKINNEY, Charles
6. COLSON, Abraham 34. McKINNEY, James
7. CROSBY, William 35. MOTES, Henry
8. CROSBY, Wm. C. 36. MOTES, Zachariah
9. DAVIS, Samuel 37. MOTES, George
10. DREDEN, John 38. MOTES, John
11. FUTCH, William 39. NORTON, Nathan
12. GREEN, Isaac 40. NORTON, John
13. GARNER, James 41. OSTEEN, Leonard
14. GODWIN, Jacob 42. PACE, James
15. GODWIN, Jefferson 43. PELHAM, Levi
16. GREEN, Elisha, Sr. 44. PREVATTT, Morgan
17. GREEN, Elisha, Jr. 45. PHILLIPS, William
18. GREEN, John 46. ROLIN, Thomas
19. GREEN, Israel 47. ROBERTS, James
20. HALL, William 48. SMITH, Willis
21. HICKS, Eli, Sr. 49. SIMPSON, Lewis
22. HICKS, Eli, Jr. 50. SPARKMAN, James M.
23. HICKS, Bryant 51. SPARKMAN, Levi
24. HARVEY, Isaac 52. SPARKMAN, Glisson
25. JOHNS, Cornelius 53. SPARKMAN, William
26. JOHNS, Burel 54. TIPPINS, G. N.
27. JOHNS, William 55. THIGPIN, Jonathan
28. KIRLAND, John 56. THIGPIN, J. J.









Vol. 10, pp 38-39, PRIVATES, cont'd

57. VARNES, George 59. YELVINGTON, James
58. UNDERWOOD, Thomas 60. YELVINGTON, Gideon


VOLUME 10, PAGES 40-41

Muster Roll of Captain John L. Thigpin's Company ofo Flo-
rida Mounted Militia, ordered into service of the United
States by the Secretary of War from the 14th day of August
1840, the Commencement of Territorial Service, to the 11th
day of December 1840 when discharged.

Mustered and certified accurate by Major S. Churchill, 3rd
Artillery "for the time served."

1. John L. THIGPIN, Captain
2. William NORTON, 1st Lieutenant
3. William MOTES, 2nd Lieutenant

1. William BLOUNT, Sergt. 1. Bryant HICKS, Corp.
2. G. MOTES, Sergt* 2. Isaac HARVEY, Corp. *
3. Eli HICKS, Sergt. 3. Samuel RUSSELL, Corp.
4. John PHILLIPS, Sergt. 4. A. COLSON, Corp.

1. A. OSTEEN, Bugler *AWOL October 6th
2. J. FOURACRES, Bugler*

PRIVATES

1. BRYANT, James 24. HATESON, James*
2. BURISTED, James 25. HIGGENBOTHAM, James
3. BRYANT, Elbert 26. JOHNSON, E.*
4. illigible* 27. JERNIGAN, Isaac *
5. illigible* 28. JONES, John
6. DANIELS, L?* 29. JONES, David
7. DAVIS, J.* 30. HICKS, Eli
8. FUTCH, 0. 31. LONG, David
9. FOURACRES, N. 32. LONG, William
10. FRY, M.8 33. LOWE, Allen
11. FUTCH, W., Sr. 34. MOTES, Henry
12. FUTCH, W., Jr. 35. MOTES, Lewis
13. GREEN, E., Jr. 36. MOORE, William
14. GREEN, E., Sr. 37. MOORE, John
15. GREEN, John 38. MURRHEA, W. F.
16. GREEN, James 39. MOORE, Thomas
17. GREEN, R. N. 40. MOTES, Zachariah
18. GREEN, Isaac* 41. MOORE, Henry
19. GODWIN?, J.? 42. MORTON, William
20. HARVEY, R.* 43. OSTEEN, Leon
21. HALL, Wm. 44. PHILLIPS, William
22. HOSAY, Absalom* 45. PELHAM, Levi
23. HYRNE, P.G.* 46. ROBERTS, James









Vol. 10, pp 40-41, PRIVATES, cont'd

*AWOL from 6th October

47. ROWE, Peter* 55. THIGPIN, James
48. RUSSELL, Samuel, Jr. 56. TYSON, James
49. SMITH, Willis 57. THIGPIN, Jonathan
50. SPARKMAN, John 58. TIPPINS, Geo. C.
51. SPARKMAN, ? 59. THOMAS, Rowland
52. SIMPSON, Lewis 60. UNDERWOOD, Thomas
53. SPARKMAN, Wm 61. WILKINSON, Elisha
54. SPARKMAN, ? 62. WILLIAMS, W. A.*
63. YELVINGTON, James*

Muster certified by Capt. J. L. Thigpin, Captain, command-
ing the company and S. Churchill, Mustering Officer, on
11 December 1840 at Fort Heileman, East Florida.


VOLUME 10, PAGES 42-43

Muster Roll of Captain J. L. Thigpin's Company of the 2nd
Regiment of the Florida Foot Militia commanded by Col. F.
L. Dancy, ordered into service of the United States by the
Secretary of War from the llth day of December 1840 to the
24th day of March 1841 when discharged. Mustering Officer
was Major S. Churchill.

At Fort Heileman, E. F., on 24 March 1841, the muster was
certified to be true and accurate by Capt. J. L. Thigpin
and S. Churchill, Major, 3rd Art'y.

1. J. L. THIGPIN, Captain
2. William NORTON, 1st Lieutenant
3. James TISON, 2nd Lieutenant

1. William BLOUNT, 1st Sgt. 1. William FUTCH, Corp.
2. Abraham COLSON, Sgt. 2. Samuel RUSSELL, Corp.
3. W. T. MURHEAD, Sgt. 3. William SPARKMAN, Corp.
4. L. W. SPARKMAN 4. Richard GREEN, Corp.

1. Alien OSTEEN, Drummer
2. John GREEN, Fifer

PRIVATES

1. AUSTIN, Earl 9. DIKES, George
2. BLICH, James 10. EATON, Beal
3. BLICH, Gideon 11. FALANY, Antonio
4. BLICH, Elijah 12. FUTCH, Onessimus
5. BRYANT, James 13. GNANN, Ephraim
6. BRYANT, Elbert 14. GREEN, John C.
7. COUNTZ, James 15. GREEN, Elisha
8. DILLEBERRY, Thomas 16. GREEN, Elisha, Jr.









Vol. 10, pp 42-43, PRIVATES, cont'd

17. GREEN, James 41. PELHAM, Levi
18. GREEN, William 42. PENDLETON, William
19. HART, W. B. 43. PHILLIPS, John
20. HICKS, Bryant 44. PINNER, William
21. HICKS, Eli, Jr. 45. PHILLIPS, William
22. HIGANBOTHAM, Elijah 46. RIDOUGHT, Richard
23. HOGAN, James 47. ROBERTS, James
24. JONES, John 48. ROBERTS, Isaac
25. JOHNS, Luke 49. ROWE, Edward
26. KENNEDY, John 50. RUSSELL, Samuel, Jr.
27. LONG, William 51. SIBLEY, L. G.
28. LOWE, Allen 52. SMITH, Willis
29. LOWE, George 53. SIMPSON, Lewis
30. MOTES, William 54. TISON, Joel
31. MOTES, Henry 55. TIPPENS, George C.
32. MOTES, Lewis 56. THIGPEN, Jonathan
33. MOORE, Thomas 57. THOMAS, Rolen
34. MOORE, William 58. VARNES, Isaac
35. MOORE, Henry 59. WINGATE, Isaac
36. MOORE, John 60. WILKINSON, Elisha
37. NORTON, W. N. 61. WILLIAMSON, D.G.W.
38. NORTON, Daniel 62. WILLIAMS, Theophilus
39. NORTON, John 63. YELVINGTON, Gideon
40. OSTEEN, Leonard 64. YOUNGBLOOD, D. N.


VOLUME 10, PAGES 44-45

Muster Roll of Captain J. L. Thigpin's Company of the 2nd
Regiment of Florida Foot Militia, commanded by Col. F. L.
Dancy, ordered into service of the United States by the
Secretary of War from the 11th day of December 1840 to the
11th day of March 1841.

At Fort Heileman, E. F., on 11 December 1840 the company
was inspected and the muster certified to be accurate by
J. L. Thigpin, Capt. commanding the company, and by S.
Churchill, Major, 3rd Art'y, Inspect. & Mustering Officer.

1. J. L. THIGPIN, Captain.
2. William NORTON, 1st Lieutenant.
3. James TISON, 2nd Lieutenant.

1. William BLOUNT, 1st Sgt. 1. William FUTCH, Corp.
2. Abraham COLSON, Sgt. 2. Samuel RUSSELL, Corp.
3. W. F. MURCHEA, Sgt. 3. William SPARKMAN, Corp.
4. L. W. SPARKMAN, Sgt. 4. Richard GREEN, Corp.

1. Alien OSTEEN, Drummer
2. John GREEN, Fifer










Vol. 10, pp 44-45, cont'd

PRIVATES

1. AUSTIN, Earl 33. MOORE, Thomas
2. BLICH, Jams 34. MOORE, Willilam
3. BLICH, Gideon 35. MOORE, Henry
4. BLILCH, Elijah 36. MOORE, John
5. BRYANT, James 37. NORTON, W. N.
6. BRYANT, Elbert 38. NORTON, Daniel
7. COUNTZ, James 39. NORTON, John
8. DELLIBERY, Thomas 40. OSTEEN, Leonard
9. DIKES, George 41. PELHAM, Levi
10. EATON, Beal 42. PENDLETON, William
11. FALANY, Antonio 43. PHILLIPS, John
12. FUTCH, Onessimus 44. PINNER, William
13. GANN, Ephraim 45. PHILLIPS, William
14. GREEN, John C. 46. RIDOUGHT, Richard
15. GREEN, Elisha 47. ROBERTS, James
16. GREEN, Elisha, Jr. 48. ROBERTS, Isaac
17. GREEN, James 49. ROWE, Edward
18. GREEN, William 50. RUSSELL, Samuel. Jr.
19. HART, W. B. 51. SIBLEY, L. G.
20. HICKS, Bryant 52. SMITH, Willis
21. HICKS, Eli, Jr. 53. SIMPSON, Lewis
22. HIGANBOTHAM, Elijah 54. TISON, Joel
23. HOGAN, James 55. TIPPENS, George C.
24. JONES, John 56. THIGPEN, Jonathan
25. JOHNS, Luke 57. THOMAS, Roland
26. KENNEDY, John 58. VARNES, Isaac
27. LONG, William 59. WINGATE, Isaac
28. LOWE, Allen 60. WILKINSON, Elisha
29. LOWE, George 61. WILLIAMSON, D.G.W.
30. MOTES, William 62. WILLIAMS, Theophilus
31. MOTES, Henry 63. YELVINGTON, Gideon
32. MOTES, Lewis 64. YOUNGBLOOD, D. N.


VOLUME 10, PAGES 46-47

Muster Roll of Captain John Townsend's Company of the 1st
Regiment, Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. Wm.
J. Bailey, ordered into service of the United States by
Brig. General W. H. Armistead from the 10th day of August
1840 to the 10th day of November 1840.

The company was inspected and mustered into service at
Camp Call, Middle Florida, on 10 August 1840 by Major S.
Churchill, 3rd Art'y.

1. John TOWNSEND, Captain.
2. Charles WALKER, 1st Lieutenant
3. Aretus KINSEY, 2nd Lieutenant









Vol. 10, pp 46-47, cont'd

1. William BEASLEY, 1st Sgt. 1. Paul POPPELL, Corp.
2. William ARCHER, Sgt. 2. Isaiah SMITH, Corp.
3. William WOODS, Sgt. 3. Robert L. WOODS, Corp.
4. James ROWELL, Sgt. 4. Charles MARTIN, Corp.

1. John BRIDGES, Bugler.
2. Enoch HURST, Buler, sick in Georgia.

PRIVATES

1. BISHOP, John 39. LEE, Charles
2. BEAZLEY, Robert 40. LEWIS, William
3. CANNADY, Henry 41. LEWIS, John
4. CANNADY, Edmund 42. LOPER, Calvin, absent
5. CROSBY, Thomas sick.
6. CHESTNUT, Henry 43. MARTIN, William
7. CURRY, John 44. MARTIN, John
8. COX, Richard 45. McCLELLAND, Lorenzo
9. COX, Richard 46. McCLOUD, Murdock
10. CHANCY, Jacob 47. OSBURN, David
11. DENMARK, Stephen 48. POPPELL, Boyette
12. DAVICE, Wilborn L. 49. POPPELL, Pharus?
13. ENGLISH, Joshua 50. RAMSEY, William
14. EASTERS, John M. 51. SESSOMS, Nelson
15. EASTERS, George 52. STORY, James
16. FIGBEE, Franklin 53. STEPHENS, Benjamin
17. FUQUIA, Cornelius 54. SMITH, Samuel H.
18. FREEMAN, Thomas 55. SMITH, Daniel H.
19. FARNELL, Benjamin 56. SPENCE, Winford
20. GRAY, Berry 57. SPENCE, Isaac
21. GRAY, James 58. SCOTT, John
22. GOODMAN, William, 59. STUCKEY, Lewis R.
absent, sick 60. WINN, James
23. GOODMAN, Malachi 61. WHITEHURST, James, sick
24. GOODMAN, Jesse, 62. WARREN, John
absent, sick 63. WHEELER, Zachariah G.
25. GORMAN, Richard, 64. WHIDDON, William
absent, sick 65. WILLIAMS, John
26. HURSTM William 66. WILLIAMS, James M., sick
27. HARVILL, James 67. WELCH, Patt.
28. HENDERSON, James
29. HUMPHREYS, Samuel,
absent, sick
30. HOLTON, Jesse
31. HOWELL, Levite
32. IVEY, Lewis
33. JOHNSON, William
34. JOHNSON, Isaac
35. JOHNSON, General
36. JEWELL, Jackson
37. KIRKLAND, Lawrence
38. LAYTON, Sterling









VOLUME 10, PAGES 48-49


Muster Roll of Captain John Townsend's Company of the 1st
Regiment, Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Colonel M.
J. Bailey, ordered in to service of the United States by
Brig. Gen'l W. K. Armistead from the 10th day of August
1840 to the 16th day of November 1840 when discharged.

At Oscilla Ferry on the 16th day of November 1840, the
muster was certified as accurate by Capt. John Townsend
and the company was inspected and discharged on the same
day and place by S. Churchiill, Major, 3rd Art'y, Inspect-
or & Mustering Officer.

1. John TOWNSEND, Captain
2. Charles WALKER, 1st Lt.
3. Aretus KINSEY, 2nd Lt.

1. William BEASLEY, 1st Sgt. 1. Paul POPPELL, Corp.
2. William ARCHER, Sgt. 2. Isaiah SMITH, Corp.
3. William WOODS, Sgt. 3. Robert L. WOODS, Corp.
4. James ROWELL, Sgt. 4. Charles MARTIN, Corp.

1. John BRIDGES, Bugler
2. Enoch HURST, Bugler, sick.

PRIVATES

1. BISHOP,, John 26. HURST, William
2. BEAZLEY, Robert 27. HARVILL, James
3. CANNADY, Henry 28. HENDERSON, James
4. CANNADY, Edward 29. HUMPHRIES, Sam'l S.
5. CROSBY, Thomas 30. HOLTON, Jesse
6. CHESNUT, Henry 31. HOWELL, Levi
7. CURRY, John 32. IVEY, Lewis
8. COX, Richard 33. JOHNSON, William
9. COX, Franklin 34. JOHNSON, Isaac
10. CHANCY, Jacob 35. JOHNSON, General
11. DENMARK, Stephen 36. JEWELL, Jackson
12. DAVIS, Wilborn L. 37. KIRKLAND, Lawrence
13. ENGLISH, Joshua 38. LAYTON, Sterling
14. EUSTUS, John M. 39. LEE, Charles
15. EUSTUS, George 40. LEWIS, William
16. FIGLER, Franklin 41. LEWIS, John
17. FUQUA, Cornelius 42. LOPER, Calvin
18. FREEMAN, Thomas 43. MARTIN, William
19. FARNAL, Benjamin 44. MARTIN, John
20. GRAY, Berry 45. McCLELLAND, Lorenzo
21. GRAY, James A. 46. McCLOUD, Mordock
22. GOODMAN, William 47. OSBORNE, David
23. GOODMAN, Malachi 48. POPPELL, Boyette
24. GOODMAN, Jesse 49. POPPELL, Pharoah
25. GORMAN, Richard 50. RAMSEY, William









Vol. 10, pp 48-49. PRIVATES, cont'd

51. SESSONS, Nelson 60. WINN, James
52. STORY, James 61. WHITEHURST, James
53. STEPHENS, Benjamin 62. WARREN, John
54. SMITH, Samuel H. 63. WHEELER, Zachariah G.
55. SMITH, Daniel H. 64. WHIDDON, William
56. SPENCE, Winford 65. WILLIAMS, John
57. SPENCE, Isaac 66. WILLIAMS, James M.
58. SCOTT, John 67. WELCH, Patt.
59. STUCKEY, Lewis R.

Bayley SUTTON, Private, discharged.
Lewis R. STUCKEY, Private, dead.
Augustus EUSTUS, Private, disabled.


VOLUME 10, PAGES 50-51

Muster Roll of Captain William T. Townsend's Company of
the 13th Regiment, 1st Brigade of Florida Militia, com-
manded by Gen'l Reid, ordered into service by Gov. Call
the 28th day of July 1836 to the 30th day of November
1836. The Company was enrolled at San Pedro, M.F. The
muster was certified as accurate by Capt. W. T. Townsend.

By signatures on 10 January 1838 at Tallahassee, Fla.,
D. H. Winston, Asst. Inspector & Mustering Officer, and
Capt. W. Townsend certified the muster to be accurate for
the term of service specified.

William T. TOWNSEND, Captain
Jack, servant of Capt. TOWNSEND
James McNEIL, 2nd Lieutenant
Stapleton TOWNSEND, 1st Sergeant
John W. RICHARSON, 2nd Sergeant
William TAYLOR, 3rd Sergeant.

PRIVATES

1. AGGNEW, Francis
2. BARRS, Dread C.
3. BOOTH, James
4. CAMPBELL, John
5. CHESIRE, John
6. CASEY, Patrick
7. CONE, Fountain, deserted 3 September
8. ENGLISH, Cornelius, died before joining.
9. HART, Amos
10. HALE? HALL?, Joseph
11. LANKFORD, John
12. LEE, Simeon
13. LANKFORD, Thomas
14. LAMB, Wade N.









Vol. 10, pp 50-51, PRIVATES, cont'd

15. LAMB, Gand
16. MOBLEY, E. T.
17. McCLENNY, William
18. McNEIL, John
19. ROLAND, Edward
20. SEVER, Enoch
21. SAP, Mark
22. SANDERS, Hiram, absent, sick, Sept. 5.
23. TOWNSEND, L.T., died 30 Jan'y 1837.
24. TUCKER, A. J.
25. TOWNSEND, Allen
26. VAUGHN, Gilford
27. WHITEHURST, Levi
28. WILLIAMS, Alfred
29. TIPPERA, Joseph


VOLUME 10, PAGES 52-53

Muster Roll of 2nd Lieutenant William F. Townsend's De-
tachment of the 13th Regiment, 1st Brigade of Florida
Mounted Militia, commanded by Gen'l Reid, ordered into
service by Governor Call from the 16th day of Feb'y to the
16th day of July 1837. The muster was certified as accur-
ate by 2nd Lt. Wm. T. Townsend, commanding the Detachment.

On 10 January 1838 at Tallahassee, M. F., D. H. Vinton,
Asst. Inspector & Mustering Officer certified the muster
to be accurate.

2nd Lieut. William F. TOWNSEND.
Jack, servant of Lt. TOWNSEND
John W. CLEMENTS, 1st Sergeant.
Simeon WHITE, 2nd Sergeant
N. W. McDUFFEE, 3rd Sergeant

PRIVATES

CHURCH, Lucius TOWNSEND, S., Absent,
CALLOWAY, J. W. not notified.
CALLOWAY, D. A. WHYCHE, John S.
DICKERSON, Rufus WHITE, p.
HENDERSON, L. T. WILLCOX, T.
NOONEYVILLE, J. F. WALKER, C., Absent.
HATEAN?, A. L. not notified
HATEAN?, P.
KENEDY, John
McDUFFEE, E.
SUTTON, D. J.









VOLUME 10, PAGES 54-55

Muster Roll of Captain John E. Tucker's Company of the 2nd
Regiment, Brigade of the East Florida Mounted Volunteers
ordered into service of the United States by Maj. Gen'l
Thomas Jesup from the 16th day of June 1837 to the 18th
day of December 1837 when discharged. The Company was en-
rolled at Fort Mills, E. F.

On 18th December 1837 at Fort Gilliland, E.F., Captain
John E. Tucker, by signature, certified the muster to be
accurate. S. Churchill, Major, Art'y, also certified the
muster to be accurate.

1. John E. TUCKER, Captain.
Hall, servant of Capt. TUCKER
2. Benj. MOODY, 1st Lieutenant
Jacob, servant of Lt. MOODY.
3. Edmund STAFFORD, 2nd Lieutenant
Bill, servant of Lt. STAFFORD

1. John MATTHEWS, 1st Sgt. 1. James OSTEEN, Corp.
2. Wm .H. BROOKS, Sgt. 2. Bartho'l CASON, Corp.
3. Andrew J. TUCKER, Sgt. 3. Reubin OSTEEN, Corp.
4. Lewis M. TUCKER, Sgt. 4. Cornelius BARBER, Corp/

PRIVATES

1. James BROOKS 23. Allen PARRISH
2. E. F. BRANCH 24. John PARRISH
3. Berian CASON 25. Wm. C. PARRISH
4. John CASON, sick at 26. Tyre? PARRISH
Fort Sills. 27. Josiah PARRISH
5. Ransom CASON, Sr., 28. __? PARRISH, sick
absent w/leave 12/16. Fort Sills.
6. Ranson CASON, Jr. 29. Hiram PARRISH
7. Moses CASON 30. Ransom PARRISH
8. Richardson DOUGLASS 31. James PARRISH
9. Fisher GHASKINS 32. John PREVATT
10. Thos. GHASKINS 33. John M. PREVATT
11. Jordan GHASKINS 34. Reubin PREVATT
12. Martin HANDCOCK 35. Nathan SMITH
13. Durham HANDCOCK 36. Augustus SYLVESTER
14. Jesse JOINER 37. Jesse THOMAS, Sr.,
15. Sam'l JOINER sick at Fort Sills.
16. Thos. M. MOODY 38. Jesse THOMAS,, Jr.
17. Nathaniel MOODY 39. Allen THOMAS
18. John OSTEEN, horse 40. Wm. 0. THOMAS, absent
killed 8/10. with leave 12/15.
19. Thomas OSTEEN, sick 41. Wm. A. TUCKER, horse
at Fort Sills. killed 12/1.
20. Leonard OSTEEN 42. Silas WEEKS, Sr.
21. Wm. OSTEEn 43. Silas WEEKS, Jr.
22. Odus PARRISH 44. Zach. WEEKS









Vol. 10, pp 54-55, PRIVATES, cont'd

45. Edward WILLIAMS
46. Jacob WILLIAMS
47. Isaac WILLIAMS


VOLUME 10, PAGES 56-57

Muster Roll of Captain W. W. Tucker'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 Brig. Gen'l W. K. Armistead from the 19th day
of August 1840 to the 6th day of November 1840.

At Newnansville, E. F., on 6 December 1840 the muster was
certified by the signatures of Capt. W. W. Tucker and S.
Churchill, Major, 3rd Art'y.

1. W. W. TUCKER, Captain
2. James TURNER, 1st Lieutenant
3. Cottoon RAWLS, 2nd Lieutenant

1. James BURK, 1st Sergeant
2. Wm. D. ANDREWS, Sergeant
3. George HORRALL, Sergeant
4. Simeon HODGES

1. John WOODS, Corporal 1. George RAWLS, Bugler
2. Wm. TURNER, Corporal 2. Alfred MOONEY, Bugler
3. Charles HORRALL, Corporal
4. Samuel GEIGER, Corporal

PRIVATES

1. ATTWATER, Daniel 20. CRAWFORD, Jessee
2. BARRETT, James 21. DANIEL, Wm., Senr.
3. BARBER, Cornelius 22. DANIEL, Wm., Junr.
4. BRANCH, L. B. 23. DANIEL, Wiley
5. BATES, William 24. DANIEL, Gadsden
6. BATES, Thomas 25. DANIEL, Abraham
7. BENNETT, Charles 26. DIXON, John
8. BROOKS, Ashley 27. FREYMOUTH, Moses
9. BROOKS, Wiley 28. FRENCH, Noah
10. BROOKS, Spencer 29. FILMAN, James D.
11. BLOCKER, Stephen 30. GRIDLEY, John
12. BRANCH, John 31. GALBRETH, Malcolm
13. BONNER, Henry 32. GALLAGER, John
14. CRUM, D. D. 33. GEIGER, John A.
15. CRUM, Andrew 34. GEIGER, Elias A.
16. CASH, DAVID c. 35. HARRALL, James
17. CURRAN, James 36. HURN, William
18. CARLISLE, Jessee 37. HARRELL, Elliot
19. CRAWFORD, Manuel 38. HALL, James









Vol. 10, pp 56-57, PRIVATES, cont'd

39. HALL, Nelson R. 50. MILLER, Joshua
40. IVY, Anthony 51. SYLVESTER, Augustine
41. JOHNSON, John T. 52. SWEENEY, Hugh
42. JOHNSON, Simpson 53. TUTLE, Nicholas
43. JOHNSON, Henry H. 54. THOMAS, Joseph
44. JOHNSON, Kindred 55. TURNER, Edward
45. KNIGHT, John 56. WILLIAMS, Robert
46. LINEAR, John 57. WILSON, Daniel
47. LINEAR, Isaac 58. WARDELL, Hiram
48. MATTHEWS, Francis 59. WANTON, William
49. MERRY, C. W. 60. YOUNG, John D.

DISCHARGED

1. CRUM, R. R. 5. SYLVESTER, John
2. FILMAN, John 6. WALKER, James
3. HARRALL, John 7. WILLIAMS, Andrew
4. HODGES, Robert

DESERTED

1. BALDWIN, Stephen 5. LYNCH, John
2. FLINS, Martin 6. MILLS, Benjamin
3. HOGANS, Daniel 7. SPELLMAN, John
4. HAMILTON, James 8. WOOLMAN, John

ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE: PINNER, John



VOLUME 10, PAGES 58-59

Muster Roll of Captain William W. Tucker's Company of the
1st Regiment, Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Col.
Wm. J. Bailey, ordered into service of the United States
by Brig. Gen'l W. K. Armistead from the 22nd day of August
1840 to the 22nd day of November 1840.

1. William W. TUCKER, Captain
2. James TURNER, 1st Lieut.
3. Cotton RAWLS, 2nd Lieut.

1. James BURK, 1st Sgt. 1. John WOODS, Corp.
2. Wm. D. ANDREWS, Sgt. 2. Wm. TURNER, Corp.
3. George HARRELL, Sgt. 3. Charles HARRELL, Corp.
4. Simeon HODGES, Sgt. 4. Samuel GEIGER, Corp.

1. George RAWLS, Bugler
2. Alfred MOONEY, Bugler









Vol. 10. pp 58-59, PRIVATES:

1. ATWATER, Daniel 33. GALLAGER, John
2. BARRETT, James 34. GEIGER, John A.
3. BARBER, Cornelius 35. GEIGER, Elias A.
4. BRANCH, L. B. 36. HARRELL, James
5. BATES, William 37. HARN, William
6. BATES, Thomas 38. HARRILLE, Elliot
7. BENNETT, Charles 39. HALE, James
8. BOALDEN, Stephen 40. HALL, Nelson, R.
9. BROOKS, Ashley 41. IVY, Anthony
10. BROOKS, Wiley 42. JOHNSON, John T.
11. BROOKS, Spencer 43. JOHNSON, Simpson
12. BLOCKER, Stephen 44. JOHNSON, Henry H.
13. BRANCH, John 45. JOHNSON, Kindred
14. BONNER, Henry 46. KNIGHT, John
15. CRUM, D. D. 47. LINEAR, John
16. CRUM, Andrew 48. LINEAR, Isaac
17. CASH, David C. 49. MATTHEWS, Francis
18. CURRAN, James 50. MERRY, C. W.
19. CARLISLE, Jesse 51. MILLER, Joshua
20. CRAWFORD, Manuel 52. SYLVESTER, Augustine
21. CRAWFORD, Jesse 53. TUTTLE, Nicholas
22. DANIEL, Wm., Sr. 54. THOMAS, Joseph
23. DANIEL, Wm., Jr. 55. TURNER, Edward
24. DANIEL, Wiley 56. WILLIAMS, Robert
25. DANIEL, Gadsden 57. WILSON, Daniel
26. DANIEL, Abram 58. WARDELL, Hiram
27. DIXON, John 59. WANTON, William
28. FREYMOUTH, Moses 60. YOUNG, John D.
29. FRENCH, Noah
30. FILMAN, James D. .DISCHARGED. PRIVATES:
31. GRIDLEY, John CRUM, R. R.
32. GALBRETH, Malcolm FILMAN, John
HARRELL, John
HODGES, Robert
DESERTED......... SYLVESTER, John
FLINT, Martin, Private WALKER, James
PINNER, John, WILLIAMS, Anderson



VOLUME 10, PAGES 60-61

Muster Roll of Captain Alex'r Turner's Company of the 8th
Regiment, 1st Brigade of West Florida Mounted Militia com-
manded by Col. Brown, ordered into service of the United
States by Govrnor Call from the 18th day of May 1837 to
the 18th day of October 1837.

On 8 March 1838 at. Euchianna, W. F. the muster was certi-
fied by the signatures of Alex'r Turner, Captain and D. H.
Vinton, Inspection & Mustering Officer.










Vol. 10, pp 60-61, cont'd

1. Alex'r TURNER
2. Philip B. GLEASON, Commisary
3. William KEITH, 1ST Sergeant
4. William EZELL, 2nd Sergeant


PRIVATES

BUSH, David PITMAN, James
BROXTON, Thomas SPEARS, Bryant
BROXTON, Clark TURNER, Stephen
COOLY, Stephen TURNER, James, Jr.
COOLY, Allen,, Jr. TURNER, Joseph
COOLY, Allen, Jr. TURNER, William
EZELL, Timothy TURNER, James, Sr.
EZELL, John TURNER, Allan
EZELL, Lewis TURNER, John
FENNEL, Dempsey JOINER, Jacob
JENNINGS, John TURNER, James
HARRISON, Hamond WILLIAMS, Henry
LOURY, Henry


VOLUME 10, PAGES 62-63

Muster Roll of Captain John E. Tucker's Company of the 1st
Regiment, Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. John
Warren, ordered into service of the United States by Brig.
Gen'l L. Taylor from the 5th day of November 1839 to the
31st day of January 1840 when discharged. The company was
enrolled ,by Lt. E. R. Long.

On 31 January 1840 at Newnansville, East Florida, this
muster was certified to be accurate by the signatures of
John E. Tucker, commanding the Company and by Major S.
Churchill, 3rd Art'y.



John E. TUCKER, Captain
William LIGHT, 1st Lieutenant
A. GILLET, 2nd Lieutenant

A. WOOD, 1st Sgt. John W. LOWE, Corp.
David WALKER, Sgt. A. J. KEEN, Corp.
Joseph MIZELL, Sgt. John POWELL, Corp.
Jacob SUMMERLIN, Sgt. J. B. DAVIS, Corp.












Vol. 10, pp 62-63, cont'd

PRIVATES

1. ALTMAN, Thomas 34. MEDLIN, W. R.
2. ALTMAN, Sampson 35. MORGAN, Daniel
3. BRYANT, Langley 36. MORGAN, E. H.
4. BRYANT, John 37. MORGAN, Crispin
5. BRYANT, Joseph 38. MORGAN, E. P.
6. CORBIN, James 39. MOSLEY, Wm.
7. CARVER. William 40. NIBLACK, Joel
8. CARVER. Wilson 41. NIBLACK, John
9. CARVER, Vinson 42. NIBLACK, Silas
10. CHESHIRE, Amos 43. PEARCE, Jonathan
11. DOUGLASS, James 44. PASS(?), William
12. DAVIS, Jacob 45. RUTLEDGE, JOHN
13. DAVIS, John J. H. 46. ROWLAND, Edmund
14. DEES, James 47. ROBSON, Carol
15. FULLER, Daniel 48. SUMMERLIN, Jacob, Jr.
16. FLECHER, Charles 49. SUMMERLIN, John A.
17. GARROT, Charney 50. SMITH, Littleton
18. GREEN, Samuel 51. SAPP, John
19. HOLDER, Joseph 52. SMITH, H. C.
20. HOLDER, Thomas 53. STEWART, Asa A.
21. HUNTER, Wm. M. 54. TILLIS, Richard
22. HAWKINS, Howell 55. TILLIS, James
23. HAWKINS, Joshua 56. THOMAS, Isah
24. JONES, John 57. WILKESON, Joseph
25. JONES, Henry 58. WILKESON, Riley
26. JOHNSON, James H. 59. WILKESON, David
27. JERKINS, James 60. WRIGHT, Riley
28. KEEN, L?L? OR S?S? 61. WILLIAMS, Isaac
29. KEEN, Wm. H. 62. WHITEHURST, John A.
30. KEEN, Joseph 63. WHITEHURST, Daniel
31. LOCKLAIR, Wm. 64. WHITEHURST, Arthur
32. LOCKLAIR, Elijah 65. WIGANS, Jessee
33. LOWE, Fernando 66. WIGANS, Edmund


Vol. 10, PAGES 64-65

Muster Roll of Capt. John E. Tucker's Company, 1st Regiment,
Fla. Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. John Warren, ordered
into service of the U.S. by Brig.-Gen'l L. Taylor from the 5th
day of Nov. 1839 to the 31st day of Jan. 1840 when discharged.
E. R. Long, Lt., enrolled the Company at Columbia County, E.F.
The muster was certified on 31 Jan. 1840 at Newnansville, E.F.
by the signatures of Capt. J. E. Tucker and Maj. Churchill.

John E. TUCKER, Captain Joseph MIZELL, Sergt.
William LIGHT, 1st Lieutenant Jacob SUMMERLIN, Sergt.
A. GILLET, 2ND Lieutenant John L. LOWE, Corp.
A. WOOD, 1st Sergt. A. J. KEEN, Corp.
David WALKER, Sergt. John POWELL, Corp.












Vol. 10, pp 64-65, cont'd

L. B. DAVIS, Corp.

PRIVATES

1. ALTMAN, Thomas 34. MEDLIN, W. R.
2. ALTMAN, Simpson 35. MORGAN, Daniel
3. BRYANT, Langley 36. MORGAN, E. H.
4. BRYANT, John 37. MORGAN, Christopher
5. BRYANT, Joseph 38. MORGAN, E. P.
6. CORBIN, James 39. MOSLEY, Wm.
7. CARVER. William 40. NIBLACK, Joel
8. CARVER. Wilson 41. NIBLACK, John
9. CARVER, Vinson 42. NIBLACK, Silas
10. CHESHIRE, Amos 43. PEARCE, Jonathan
11. DOUGLASS, James 44. PASS(?), William
12. DAVIS, Jacob 45. RUTLEDGE, JOHN
13. DELLS, S. 46. ROWLAND, Edward
14. DEES, James 47. ROBINSON, Carrel
15. FULLER, Daniel 48. SUMMERLIN, Jacob, Jr.
16. FLETCHER, Charles 49. SUMMERLIN, John A.
17. GARRIT, Charney 50. SMITH, Littleton
18. GREEN, Samuel 51. SAPP, John
19. HOLDER, Joseph 52. SMITH, H. C.
20. HOLDER, Thomas 53. STEWART, Asa A.
21. HUNTER, Wm. H. 54. TILLIS, Richard
22. HAWKINS, Harvel 55. TILLIS, James
23. HAWKINS, Joshua 56. THOMAS, Isiah
24. JONES, John 57. WILKINSON, Daniel
25. JONES, Henry 58. WILKINSON, Joseph
26. JOHNSON, James H. 59. WILKINSON, Riley
27. JENKINS, James 60. WRIGHT, Riley
28. KEEN, Wm. R. 61. WILLIAMS, Isaac
29. KEEN, Wm. H. 62. WHITEHURST, John A.
30. KEEN, Joseph 63. WHITEHURST, Daniel
31. LACKLIN, Wm. 64. WHITEHURST, Artie
32. LACKLIN, Elijah 65. WIGGINS, Jesse
33. LOWE, Fernando 66. WIGGINS, Edmund


VOL 10, PAGES 66-67

Muster Roll of Captain Richard B. Turner's Company of the
Middle Florida Mounted Volunteers commanded by Major John L.
Taylor, ordered into service of the United States by Richard
B. Call, Governor of Florida from the 13th day of February to
the 13th day of June 1838.

Certified a true muster of the company on 2 September 1838 at
Tallahassee, Florida by Capt. Richard B. Turner, commanding
the company. Signature of superior officer confirming the
muster to be accurate was illegible.











Vol. 10, pp 66-67. cont'd

Richard B. TURNER, Capt. John C. PATTERSON, 1st Sgt.
Neill CAMPBELL, 1st Lieut. Dennis WHITE, 2nd Sgt.
Napoleon B. HUDSON, 2nd Lieut. Benjamin McLENDON, 3d Sgt.
Edwin S. COLEMAN, Co. Clerk John STUART, 4th Sgt.

Stephen ___? 1st Corp. William TAYLOR, 4th Corp.
William BLEACH?, 2nd Corp. Allan COKER, Bugler
William SPARKMAN, 3rd Corp.

PRIVATES

1. Framcis W. AGNEW. 42. Suffy? B. LAMB
2. Allan AMMONDS 43. John C. LOPER?
3. James P. AMOS 44. John P. MOORE
4. Sampson B ? 45. William McGANY
5. Duke BLACKBOURN 46. William MUMFORD
6. James BLACKBOURN 47. Joel McLENDON
7. James W. BAKER 48. William E. MOREL?
8. Issac B. BAKER 49. Marcus J. D. MOORE
9. James BOGHAN? 50. John McLENDON
10. James 8 NCH 51. Joshua MIXON
11. James BOOTH 52. John MUNROE
12. Washington BOOTH 53. David OSBORNE
13. Edward BRYNA? 54. William R. PATTERSON
14. Dennis COLLINS 55. Jacob PATTERSON
15. William CATLETT 56. Richard PRINE
16. John CATLETT 57. John POPPELL
17 Fontaine CONE 58. John RUTHERFORD
18. William CLARK 59. Jordon RUTHERFORD
19. Nathan COKER 60. Riley V. RETCH
20. John CAMPBELL, died 8 May. 61. John STEPHENS
21. George W. CONETT? 62. Ambrose SINGLETON
22. William DAVID 63. James K. SELLERS
23. George W. DAVID 64. Jacob SNYDER
24. Samuel EDWARDS 65. Elisha SLADE
25. Cornelius FUGERA 66. Simeon D. SWIFT
26. Benjamin FARNALL 67. Daniel STEVENS?
27. John FOWLER 68. David TURNER?
28. Stephen GAINY 69. Isaac THACKER?
29. Alex. HODGES 70. Andrew J. TUCKER
30. William HURST 71. Ferdinand WHITTEN
31. David H 72. Manny? WILLIAMS
32. Isaac HURST 73. Stephen WILLIAMS
33. Bryant HURST 74. Lawson G. WESTER
34. Andrew NAVEN, died 22 May. 75. Robeort WEST
35. James HAWKINS 76. John YOUNG
36. James KURTLAND
37. Shadrick LASTINGER
38. Wade H. LAMB
39. Abram W. LAMB
40. Jacob LINDSY
41. Abram LAMB









VOLUME 10, PAGES 68-69

Muster Rolll of Captain Richard B. Turner's Company of the
12th Regiment, 1st Brigade of Florida Mounted Militia command-
ed by Brig.-Gen'l Reid, ordered into service of the United
States by Brig.-Gen. Z. Taylor from the 1st day of September
to the 17th day of November 1838. The company was enrolled
at Tallahasse, M.F.

The Muster was certified to be true and accurate by the signa-
tures of Capt. Richard B. TURNER, and by Capt. A. CADY on ?
November 1838 at Camp Taylor.

Richard B. TURNER, Capt. Riley RITCH, 4th Sgt.
Neil CAMPBELL, 1st Lieut. Allen AMMONS, Corp.
Ferdinand WHITTON, 2nd Lieut. Stephen ___can, Corp.
Denis WHITE, 1st Sgt. William DAVIS, Corp.
Benjamin McLENDON, 2nd Sgt. Nathan COKER, Corp.
Fountain CONE, 3rd Sgt.

PRIVATES

1. AGER, Charles, by E. BOYD. 33. EDWARDS, Samuel
2. BLEACH, William 34. EASTERS, George
3. BRANNAN, Thomas 35. EASTERS, Agustus
4. BILL, Joseph 36. EASTERS, John
5. BARRANTON, S. B. 37. JAMES, Jas., by HODGE
6. BOOTH, Jas., by Wm HICK. 38. HARVY, Jas. by D. HURST
7. BAKER, James W. 39. HURST, Bryant
8. BAKER, Isaac B. 40. HILL, Theofitus
9. BAKER, Daniel? 41. KERSEY, Charls
10. BLACKBURN, Duke 42. KIRTLAND, Jas., by CRUM
11. BRANNON, Wm D. 43. LINDSAY, Jacob
12. BRANNON, Robt. H. 44. LAMB, A. M. by J. AMONS
13. BAYET, Howell 45. LAMB, W.H. by W. WILDER
14. BAYET, James 46. MOORE, Jno. by W. CONE
15. BAYET, Edward 47. MOORE, M.J.D., by GREEN
16. BAYET, Nathan 48. MOORE, Wm., by R. SAPP
17. BAYET, John 49. McLENDON, John
18. BLACKBURN, James 50. McLENDON, Joel
19. BURNETT, Rictin? 51. MAYS, Rich'd by FRIER
20. BURNETT, John 52. McLAMY, Wm. by J. BELL
21. BURNETT, Daniel 53. OSBORN, David
22. COLEMAN, Edw. by J. FRIER 54. PATTERSON, William R.
23. COKER, Daniel 55. PRINE, J. Rich'd
24. COKER, Allen 56. illigible
25. CAMPBELL, Aln by J. SMART 57.
26. CHAPMAN, Thos. by L. GODWIN 58.
27. CATLETT, John 59.
28. CATLETT, William 60.
29. CLARK, William 61. SHEFFIELD, Bryant
30. CRUCE? Jackson J. 62. SNYDER, Jacob
31. DAVIS, George 63. SMART, Nathan
32. DURAND, Fell by BECKTON 64. STRICKLAND, Simeon









Vol. 10, pp 68-69 PRIVATES, cont'd

65, TUCKER, Andrew J.
66. WHITON, W., by J. WHITON
67. WHITE, Stephen, by J. FOWLER.


VOLUME 10, PAGES 70-71

Muster Roll of Lt. Richard B. Turner's Detachment of the Fla.
Foot Volunteers called into service of the United States by
Bvt. Col. J. Munroe from the 1st day of March 1856, date of
enrollment, for the term of six months. Enrolled at Tampa,
Fla., by Lt. Turner,

This muster was certified by Lt. Turner to be true and accur-
rate on 20 May 1856 at Malco, Fla. and also certified on ?
April 1856 at Fort Brooke, Fla. by F. M. Vincent, 1st Lieut.,
2nd Artillery, Mustering Officer.

TURNER, Richard B., 1st Lieut., age 46.
HART, Eli J., 2nd Lieut., age 37.
SEWELL, John, 1st Sergt., age 35.
ALEXANDER, Stephen S., Sergt., age 26.
MARTIN, Willliam, Corporal, age 25.
McKAY, William, Corporal, age 28.

PRIVATES

1. ASHLEY, Darius, 39. 26. LANG, Wm. M., 19.
2. ANDREWS, Geo. W., 30. 27. LEGGETT, David, 24.
3. ALLEN, Lott, 19. 28. LEGGETT, Wm., 20.
4. ALLEN, Wm. B., 21. 29. MASSEY, John W., 20.
5. BANDY, Wm. A., 31. 30. MARANDER, Thos., 24.
6. BRASWELL, Moses J., 23. 31. MARTIN, Algier, 23.
7. CRAWFORD, Jesse, 43. 32. McLEOD, John A., 20.
8. CANNADY, Benj. F., 26. 33. MICKLER, Jacob E., 21.
9. COURTNEY, Dan'l C., 23. 34. MICKLER, Wm., 20.
10. DAVIDSON, Moses H., 22. 35. MURPHY, Stephen M., 23.
11. DEEN, Thomas, 23. 36. MURPHY, Thomas, 19.
12. DOUGLAS, Stephen S., 38. 37. MARSH, Middleton, 41.
13. DAUGHTERY, Logan, 23. 38. MURAN, James,, 42.
14. FAGAN, Henry, 41. 39. NOBLE, Hiram, 21.
15. GODWIN, aLLEN, 26 40. O'NEIL, William, 24.
16. GIDEON, Duncan, 22. 41. PHILMUN, Darlington, 25.
17. HOWLETT, Thos. H., 20. 42. SEALY, Wm. S., 28.
18. HANNA, Josiah C., 43. 43. STEPHENS, James A., 22.
19. HILL, Robt.M., 25. 44. STEVENSON, Sam'l N.,43.
20. HOLTON, Thomas, 21. 45. STRODE, John L., 24.
21. JOHNSTON, Benj. N., 39. 46. STRICKLAND, Wm. F., 23.
22. JONES, Thomas, 35. 47. STRICKLAND, William, 21.
23. JACKSON, Benj. F., 35. 48. STANDFIELD, Jas. M., 23.
24. JARDIN, Dan'l C.B., 40. 49. TAYLOR, Green, 22.
25. KENNY, Wm. B., 30. 50. WADSWORTH, Melchi, 40.









Vol. 10, pp 70-71, PRIVATES, cont'd

51. WHITE, James H., 26.
52. WHITEHURST, Berrien D., 26.
53. WOOD, Anderson, 24.
54. YORK, JOHN, 24.
55. ZEIGLER, Joseph, 25.

VOLUME 10, PAGES 72-73

Muster Roll of Lt. Richard B. Turner's Detachment of Florida
Foot Volunteers called into service of the United States by
Brevet Coloonel John Munroe, Maj. 2nd Artillery on instruct-
ions from the Adj. General's Office, Washington, D.C. from the
1st day of March 1856 to the 1st day of September 1856. Organ-
ized by Lt. R. B. Turner at Tampa, Fla., in the months of
March and April 1856.

Richard B. TURNER, 1st Lieutenant, age 46.
Eli J. HART, 2nd Lieutenant, age 37.
John SEWELL, 1st Sergeant, age 35.
Stephen S. ALEXANDER, Sergeant, age 26.
William MARTIN, Corporal, age 25.
William McKAY, Corporal, age 28.

PRIVATES

1. ASHLEY, Darius, 39 25. KENNY, Wm. B., 30.
2. ANDREWS, Geo. W., 30. 26. LANG, Wm. M., 19
3. ALLEN, Lott, 19. 27. LEGGETT, David 24.
4. ALLEN, William B., 21. 28. LEGGETT, William, 20.
5. BANDY, William A., 31. 29. MASSEY, John W., 20.
6. BRASWELL, Moses J., 23. 30. MARANDER, Thos., 24.
7. CRAWFORD, Jesse, 43. 31. MARTIN, Algier, 23.
8. CANNADY, Benj. F., 26. 32. McLEOD, John A., 20.
9. COURTNEY, David C., 23. 33. MICKLER, Jacob E., 21.
10. DAVIDSON, Moses H., 22. 34. MICKLER, William, 20.
11. DEEN, Thomas, 22. 35. MURPHY, Stephen M., 23.
12. DOUGLASS, Stephen S., 38. 36. MURPHY, Thomas, 19.
13. DAUGHTERY, Logan, 23. 37. MARSH, Middleton, 41
14. FAGAN, Henry, 41. 38. MURAN, James, 42.
15. GODWIN, Allen, 26. 39. NOBLE, Hiram, 21.
16. GIDEON, Duncan, 22. 40. O'NEIL, William, 24.
17. HOWLETT, Thos. H., 20. 41. PHILMON, Darlington, 25.
18. HANNA, Josiah C., 43. 42. SEALY, Wm. S., 28.
19. HILL, Roberto M., 25. 43. STEPHENS, James A., 22.
20. HOLTON, Thomas, 21. 44. STEVENSON, Sam'l H., 43.
21. JOHNSTON, Benj. N., 39. 45. STRODE, John L., 24.
22. JONES, Thomas, 35. 46. STRICKLAND, Wm. F., 23.
23. JACKSON, Benj. F., 35. 47. STRICKLAND, William, 21.
24. JARDIN, Dan'l C.B., 40. 48. STANDFIELD, Jas. M., 33.








Vol. 10, pp 72-73, PRIVATES, cont'd


49. TAYLOR, Green, 22. 53. WOOD, Anderson, 24.
50. WADSWORTH, Melchi,40 54. YORK, John, 24
51. WHITE, James H., 26. 55. ZEIGLER, Joseph, 25.
52. WHITEHURST, Berrien D., 26.

DE.SERTED. James A. STEPHENS, Private, age 22, March 18, 1856.


VOLUME 10, PAGES 74-75

NOTE: The following Muster Roll was very faded and in some
cases names were obliterated. It is extremely difficult
to read.

Muster Roll of Captain Jonathan Tyner's Company of Florida
Mounted Militia called into the service of the United States
for the term of six months, The company was enrolled by Lt.
R. C. Ashton, 15 December 1838 at Black Creek, E. F.

The muster was certified to be accurate and true by Captain
Jonathan Tyner at Black Creek, East Florida, on the 15th, 22nd
and 29th of December 1838.

Jonathan TYNER, Captain William HAGANS, 4th Sgt.
Jackson HIGGINBOTTOM, 1st Lt. William TYNER, 1st Corp.
Wm. B. HAIT(?), 2nd Lt. James WHITE, 2d Corp.
Bemj'n HIGGINBOTTOM, 1st Sgt. William PENNINGTON, 3d Corp.
Granville PRIEST, 2d Sgt. James M. FLYNN, 4th Sgt.
John J. HIGGINBOTTOOM, 3d Sgt.

PRIVATES
1. ANDREWS, William 21. JOHNSON, Alfred
2. BOOTH, William 22. JOHNSON, Robt.
3. BLANTON, Isaac 23. JOHNSON, Hasan? A? H?
4. BLACK, Elijah 24. KRIBS, Peter
5. BUTLER, Jno. 0. 25. McDONALD, Alex'r
6. COOPER, C. E. 26. MATTHEWS, James
7. CHRISTIE?, Henry 27. NORTON, Edward
8. COFER, Jessie 28. ORR?, James
9. DAVIS, William 29. PREVAT, John
10. DOLEN, Jno. 30. PRIEST, Geo. W.
11. EDGE, Efern 31. REDDAR?, Joseph
12. FORD, Gary 32. PARSONS, Henry
13. FORD, John 33. PIPER, Thomas
14. FALLANY, Anth'y 34. PRIEST, William
15. FALLANY, Bennett 35. PRIEST, Emery
16. GORIE?, John 36. RICHARDSON, Geo.
17. GOODELL, John 37. SUARREZ, Anthony
18. HIGGINBOTTOM, James 38. SCHULLY, Jeremiah
19. HAGAN, Jessie 39. SHIRES, William
20. HIGGINBOTTOM, Geo. 40. STEVENS, Nathan










Vol. 10, pp 74-75, PRIVATES, cont'd

41. S ? 47, __. James
42. THOMAS, JAMES 48. Asa
43. illigible 49. WOOD, William
44. THOMAS, Joseph 50. WOOLF, Calvin
45. THOMAS, Chas. J. 51. WILLIAMSON, William
46. TUCKER, Isaac 52. WALKR, Pe


VOLUME 10, PAGES 76-77

Muster Roll of Captain Jonathan Tyner's Company of the Florida
Mounted Militia ordered into service of the United States by
Lt. Col. ? Whistler from the 7th day of October 1839 to
the 7th day of April 1940.

On 5 November 1839 at Fort Heilman, Fla., Capt. Tyner certifi-
ed the muster to be accurate; also, by signature, J. M.
Clendenin, Inspector & Mustering Officer certified the muster
to be correct.

Jonathan TYNER, Captain James CALLUM, Sgt.
Andrew ALLEN, 1st Lieut. Manson McINTYRE, Corp.
John Watterston, 2nd Lieut. Thomas HAY?, Corp.
J. B. BLANTON, 1st Sgt. Elijah SHUMWAY, Corp.
Lloyd HYDE, Sgt. Union NICHOLS, Corp.
William TYNER, Sgt.
PRIVATES

1. ALLEN, Robert 24. JOHNSTON, John
2. BROWN, Cornelius 25. LYNCH, James
3. BURKE, John 26. LAUDERDALE, John
4. CRUTCHER, Daniel 27. LLOYD, John
5. CONWAY, Ephraim 28. MATTHEWS, Robert
6. CONDON, Morris 29. McNIEL, L. M.
7. COFER, Jesse 30. MYERS, George
8. DORMAN, Amos 31. MALPHERS, John H.
9. EVERSFIELD, Edward 32. McCABE, John
10. ESTERBROOK, Isaac 33. MILLER, Daniel
11. ELVINGTON, James 34. NEED, Thomas
12. ELVINGTON, Gideon 35. PRIEST, George W.
13. FLINN, James M. 36. PHILLIPS, William
14. FRANCIS, Ephraim 37. POWELL, John J.
15. HENRY?, Alfred 38. PLUMMER, George
16. HARVEY, John 39. REYNOLDS, Enos
17. HARVEY, Isaac 40. RICKESON, George
18. HALL, H. H. 41. ROBERTS, Uriah
19. HOGAN, James 42. STOKES, Council
20. IGLES, James 43. SINEY?, James
21. JERNIGAN, Isaac 44. SPELLMAN, John
22. JORDAN, Patrick 45. STEWART, Robert
23. JOHNSTON, Henry H. 46. SIMMERMAN, Elijah










Vol. 10, pp 76-77, PRIVATES, cont'd

47. SCOTT, James 58. WILLIAMSON, Blake
48. SWEAT, Abner W. 59. WATERSON, Robert
49. SWEAT, James 60. WILLARD, John
50. STEVENSON, Samuel 61. WATSON, Thomas
51. SNOWKENBACK, Henry 62. WERNTZ, Henry
52. THOMAS, Samuel 63. WHITE, James
53. THOMAS, John 64. WILLIAMS, Theophilus
54. THOMAS, Charles G. 65. HODGES, Samuel
55..TRACY, Patrick 66. McKEE, William
56. VOORHEES, John 67. WILLIAMS, T. F.
57. WILLIAMSON, John 68. ALLEN, N. R.



VOLUME 10, PAGES 78-79

Muster Roll of Captain Jonathan Tyner's Company of the First
Regiment of the Florida Mounted Volunteers, commanded by Col.
John Warren, ordered into service of the United States by Bvt
Gen. T. Taylor from the 7th day of October 1839 to the 7th day
of April 1840 when discharged.

The company muster was certified as correct by Captain Tyner
on 7 April 1840 at Newnansville, E. F. The muster was also
certified to be true and accurate by F. Churchill, Major, 3rd
Artilley, Inspector & Mustering Officer.

Jonathan TYNER, Capt. James COLLUM, Sgt.
Andrew Y. ALLEN, 1st Lt. Thomas HOY (HAY?), Corp.
John WATERSTON, 2nd Lt. Elija SHAMWAY, Corp.
J. B. BLANTON, 1st Sgt. Union NICHOLS, Corp.
Lloyd HYDE, Sgt. Charles G. THOMAS, Corp.
William TYNER, Sgt.

PRIVATES

1. ALLEN, Robert 17. HARVY, John
2. ALLEN, N. R. 18. HARVY, Isaac
3. BROWN, Cornelius 19. HALL, H. H.
4. BURK, John 20. HOGANS, James
5. CRUTCHER, Daniel 21. HODGES, Samuel
6. CONWAY, Ephrigm 22. IGLES, James
7. CONDIN, Morris 23. JOURDAN, Patrick
8. COFER, Jessee 24. JERNIGAN, Isaac
9. DORMAN, Amos 25. JOHNSON, Henry H.
10. EVERSFIELD, Edward 26. JOHNSON, John
11. ESTABROOK, Isaac 27. LYNCH, James
12. ELVINGTON, James 28. LAUDERDALE, John
13. ELVINGTON, Gideon 29. MATHEWS, Robert
14. FLINN, James M. 30. McNEILE, L. M.
15. FRANCES, Ephrim 31. MYRES, George
16. HUGHEY?, Alfred 32. MALPHERS, John H.










Vol. 10, pp 78-79, PRIVATES, cont'd

33. McCABE, John 51. SWETT, James
34. McINTYRE, Mansir 52. SNOWKENBACK, Henry
35. MILLER, Daniel 53. THOMAS, Samuel
36. McKAY, William 54. THOMAS, John
37. NEED, Thomas 55. TRACY, Patrick
38. PRIEST, George W. 56. VORHEES, John
39. PHILIPS, William 57. WILLIAMSON, John
40. POWELL, John L. 58. WILLIAMSON, Blake
41. PLUMMER, George 59. WATERSTON, Robert
42. REYNOLDS, Enoch 60. WILLARD, John
43. RICHARDSON, George 61. WILSON, Thomas
44. ROBERTS, Uriah 62. WANTZ, Henry
45. STOKES, Counsil 63. WHITE, James
46. SEENY?, James 64. WILLIAMS, Theophilus
47. SPELLMAN, John *65. STEVENSON, Samuel
48. SIMMERMAN, Elija *66. STEWART. Robert
49. SCOTT, James *67. WILLIAMS, T. F.
50. SWETT, Abner W. #68. LLOYD, John

*Discharged. #Died Nov. 6 near Black Creek, shot by
(name illigible).


VOLUME 10, PAGES 80-81

Muster Roll of Captain Charles T. Ulmer's Mounted Company of
the Ninth Regiment, 1st Brigade of the Florida Militia, com-
manded by Leigh Read, ordered into service of the United
States by Gov. R. K. Call from the 29th day of July to the
29th day of November 1837. Company enrolled at Camp Marion.

The muster was certified to be true and accurate by Capt.
Charles T. Ulmer on the 27th (illigible) at Tallahassee, Fla.
Also certified as accurate by D. H. Vinton on 27 July 1837.

Charles T. ULMER, Capt. Everett SEALY, 3rd Sgt.
Alexander JERNIGAN, 1st Lt. Bazel STEPHENS, 1st Corp.
D. P. NEWSOM, 2nd Lt. Bertel GRANTHAM, 2nd Corp.
E. P. DAVIS, 1st Sgt. Samuel GRANGER, 3rd Corp.
Elias SEALY, 2nd Sgt. Kenny MERR, 4th Corp.

PRIVATES

1. ANDREW, Thos. J. 10. DUNCAN?, Hugh
2. ARNOLD Giles S. 11. FAIRCLOTH, Allin D.
3. BACON, Henry W. 12. GORMAN, John
4. CARNEY, John 13. GORMAN, William
5. CHANCEY, Edmond 14. GRANTHAM, Jessee
6. CHANCE, Jacob 15. GRANTHAM, Elias
7. COPELAND, George W. 16. GRANTHAM, John
8. DEWITT, James 17. GRANTHAM, Abram
9. DEWITT, William H. 18. GRANTHAM, Daniel










Vol. 10, pp 80-81, PRIVATES, cont'd

19. GRANTHAM, John, Jr. 32. RYAN, Joseph D.
20. GRANTHAM, James 33. STEPHENS, Benj. G.
21. GRANTHAM, Henry 34. STEPHENS, John
22. GRANTHAM, Hugh 35. STRICKLAND, V. J.
23. Samuel 36. SKIPPER, Marmaduke D.
24. JERNIGAN, William 37. SKIPPER, Daniel
25. JOHNSON, William 38. SKIPPER, Nelson
26. JOHNSON, Jackson 39. TOWNSAND, Thos. J.
27. MATHIENY, Daniel 40. WALKER, Richard J.
28. MOTT, Hope 41. WALKER, Wiley
29. MOTT, William 42. BULLOCK, George
30. POPELL, Henry 43. WARE, W. N.
31. PRIOLEAU, Davis


VOLUME 10, PAGES 82-83

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

In the absence of Capt. Vaughan, the muster was certified as
true and accurate on 11 Aug. 1836 at Jacksonville, E.F., by
Isiah D. Hart, Major. At the same place and date, R. M. KIRBY
Maj., US Army also certified the muster to be correct.

"All men were mounted except Wm. A. Russell, Private. Private
James Green was promoted to 2nd Lieut. on the 15th of Jan'y."

Daniel VAUGHAN, Captain Theophilus T. WOOD, Sgt.
Robert HARRISON, 1st Sgt. Thos. L. BLUNT, Corp.
Wayne SWEARINGEN, Sgt. Britton GEORGE, Corp.

PRIVATES


1. Jacob GODWIN 15. William A. RUSSELL
2. Joshua GEIGER 16. Wm. HIGGINBOTHAM
3. Nathan WINGATE 17. Reuben W. KIRKLAND
4. George W. WELLS 18. John RUSSELL
5. George MOTES 19. John BELLAMY
6. William MOTES 20. Wm. FRINK
7. Edward KIRKLAND 21. Wm. BLUNT
8. Benjamin SAP 22. Arthur ROUSE
9. Lewis DANIEL 23. Solomon GODWIN
10. John D. OSTEEN 24. Stephen RIGGS
11. Martin BOUROSAN 25. Joseph HADDOCK
12. Samuel SAUNDERS 26. D. D. YOUNGBLOOD
13. Thomas HIGGINBOTHAM 27. Richard GODWIN
14. Joel WINGATE 28. Thomas O'NIELL










Vol. 10, pp 80-81, PRIVATES, cont'd

19. GRANTHAM, John, Jr. 32. RYAN, Joseph D.
20. GRANTHAM, James 33. STEPHENS, Benj. G.
21. GRANTHAM, Henry 34. STEPHENS, John
22. GRANTHAM, Hugh 35. STRICKLAND, V. J.
23. ___, Samuel 36. SKIPPER, Marmaduke D.
24. JERNIGAN, William 37. SKIPPER, Daniel
25. JOHNSON, William 38. SKIPPER, Nelson
26. JOHNSON, Jackson 39. TOWNSAND, Thos. J.
27. MATHIENY, Daniel 40. WALKER, Richard J.
28. MOTT, Hope 41. WALKER, Wiley
29. MOTT, William 42. BULLOCK, George
30. POPELL, Henry 43. WARE, W. N.
31. PRIOLEAU, Davis


VOLUME 10, PAGES 82-83

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

In the absence of Capt. Vaughan, the muster was certified as
true and accurate on 11 Aug. 1836 at Jacksonville, E.F., by
Isiah D. Hart, Major. At the same place and date, R. M. KIRBY
Maj., US Army also certified the muster to be correct.

"All men were mounted except Wm. A. Russell, Private. Private
James Green was promoted to 2nd Lieut. on the 15th of Jan'y."

Daniel VAUGHAN, Captain Theophilus T. WOOD, Sgt.
Robert HARRISON, 1st Sgt. Thos. L. BLUNT, Corp.
Wayne SWEARINGEN, Sgt. Britton GEORGE, Corp.

PRIVATES


1. Jacob GODWIN 15. William A. RUSSELL
2. Joshua GEIGER 16. Wm. HIGGINBOTHAM
3. Nathan WINGATE 17. Reuben W. KIRKLAND
4. George W. WELLS 18. John RUSSELL
5. George MOTES 19. John BELLAMY
6. William MOTES 20. Wm. FRINK
7. Edward KIRKLAND 21. Wm. BLUNT
8. Benjamin SAP 22. Arthur ROUSE
9. Lewis DANIEL 23. Solomon GODWIN
10. John D. OSTEEN 24. Stephen RIGGS
11. Martin BOUROSAN 25. Joseph HADDOCK
12. Samuel SAUNDERS 26. D. D. YOUNGBLOOD
13. Thomas HIGGINBOTHAM 27. Richard GODWIN
14. Joel WINGATE 28. Thomas O'NIELL










Vol. 10, pp 82-83, PRIVATES, cont'd

29. E. HARRISON, deserted 25th January.
30. John PONCE
31. James GREEN
32. J. P. BELKNAP, deserted 25th January.
33. Wm. PENDARVIS
34. Zachariah HOGANS
35. C. C. ADAMS


VOLUME 10, PAGE 84

Muster Roll of the Detachment from Captain William H. Watson's
Company of Infantry attached to Captain A. J. T. Wright's No.
12, Special Battalion under command of Col. M. Whit Smith and
which was in service from the 1st to the 29th of June 1856.
Mustered at Camp Clay 1 June 1856 and discharged 29 June 1856.
Muster certified as true and accurate by M. Whit Smith, Colon-
el Commanding, at Ballw Fla.

1. Wm. P. HARDEE, Sergeant 8. A. J. MOORE, Private
2. R. BARRON, Private 9. W. CASON,
3. W. LEMACKS, 10. N. CASON,
4. J. LEMACKS, 11. J. LOCKLIER,
5. N. HALL, 12. G. ROOMS, i
6. J. MOAT, 13. W. THOMAS,
7. Lorenzo SUGGS "




VOLUME 10, PAGES 85-86



Muster Roll of Captain A. Waterman's Company of the First
Regiment of Florida Volunteers commanded by Col. John __?
received into service of the United States by Maj. Gen. Thos.
Jessop from the 11th day of Sept. to the 19th day of Decem-
ber 1837. Company was enrolled at Jacksonville, E. F. and on
29 December 1837 at Jacksonville, E. F., Captain Waterman
certified the muster to be true and accurate. Another officer
(name illigible) also certified the roll to be accurate.

A. WATERMAN, Captain Elisha CARTER, 3rd Sgt.
Simon, servant Miles PRICE, 4th Sgt.
Jonathan TYNER, 1st Lieut. Zachariah T. HAGANS, Corp.
Jack, servant. William TYNER, Corp.
John G. BLACK, 2nd Lieut. L. GRIFFITHS, Corp.
Luke, servant. Elber E. HAGAN, Corp.
James SMITH, Orderly Sgt. Robert HOGANS, Musician
John PRICE, Jr., 2nd Sgt. J. R. RICHARD, Musician










Vol. 10, pp 85-86, cont'd

PRIVATES

1. ALVAREZ, Joseph 26. LONG, James
2. AKIN, James 27. MOODY, William
3. BUSH, Francis 28. PICKETT, John
4. BUSH, Isaac 29. PRIEST, William
5. BUCKLES, Anthony 30. PICKETT, Seymour
6. BRINDLEY, John G. 31. PAGETT, Henry
7. BARLOW, John 32. PARKER, William
8. BRANTHAM, Jesse 33. RICHARD, J_
9. CARTER, Willliam 34. ROBERTS, John
10. CARLISLE, Jesse 35. ROBERTS, Samuel
11. EIGLES, Samuel 36. ROBERTS,
12. ENNIS, John 37. SUAREZ, Anthony?
13. ENNIS, Martain 38. SUAREZ, Raphael?
14. FLINN, William B. 39. SALAS, D
15. GREEN, Benjamin 40. SANDERS, Wm.?
16. GOFF, Jacob 41. STEVENSON.
17. GERMAIN, Francis 42. TAYLOR, Pernal
18. GREEN, Isaac 43. TAYLOR, John
19. HAGANS, RUBIN 44. TIPON, Aaron?
20. HAGANS, Daniel 45. TUCKER,____
21. HAGINS, Alfred 46. WILLIAMSON, David B.
22. HOBKIRK, James 47. WILLIAMS,
23. JONES, H_ J. 48. WATERS, William
24. JOHNSON, John 49. WARREN, Benjamin
25. KINGSLEY, Samuel 50. RICHARD, John, was
discharged.



VOLUME 10, PAGES 87-88

Muster Roll of Captain A. Waterman's Company of the 1st Regi-
ment of Florida Militia, commanded by Col. John Warren, order-
ed into service of the United States by Maj. Gen. Thos. Jessup
from the llth day of July 1837 to the 10th day of January 1838
under the Act of Congress approved 23rd day of May 1836.

All members of the Company were enrolled at Jacksonville, East
Florida, between the dates of July 11 and July 14 by Lt. Geo.
Watson for the term of six months. The muster was certified
on 15th July 1837 at Jacksonville by the signatures of Capt.
A. Watson and Lt. Geo. Watson. Included after name and rank
of each man was a description of his mount and servant (if
any).

Adm. WATERMAN, Captain, 2 bay horses, 1 servant.
Johnathan TYNER, 1st Lieut., 2 bay horses, 1 servant.
John G. BLACK, 2nd Lieut, 1 bay, 1 gray mare, 1 servant.
James SMITH, Ord. Sgt., 1 bay horse.
John PRICE, Jr., 2nd Sgt., 1 sorrel horse.










Vol. 10, pp 87-88, cont'd

Elisha CARTER, 3rd Sgt., 1 sorrel horse.
Miles PRICE, 4th Sgt., 1 sorrel horse.
Zachariah T. HAGANS, 1st Corp., 1 bay horse
William TYNER, 2nd Corp., 1 cream horse
P. GRIBBENS, 3rd Corp., 1 sorrel horse.
Uriah ROBERTS, 4th Corp., 1 sorrel horse.
Robt. HOGANS, Musician, 1 sorrel horse.
J. R. RICHARD, Musician, 1 bay horse.

PRIVATES

1. ALVARES, Joseph, gray mare. 41. SANDERS, William G.
2. AKIN, James, sorrel mare. H., black mare.
3. BUSH, Francis, spotted horse. 42. STEVENSON, Samuel,
4. BUSH, Isaac, spotted horse, sorrel mare.
5. BUCKELS, Anthony, bay horse. 43. TAYLOR, Pernal, bay
6. BRINDLEY, John G., "' horse.
7. BARLOW, John, sorrel horse. 44. TAYLOR, John, chest-
8. BRANTHAM, Jesse, mare. nut horse.
9. CARTER, Wm., brown horse. 45. TYSON, Aaron, sor-
10. CARLISLE, Jesse, bay mare. rel horse.
11. EIGLES, Samuel, 46. TUCKER, H?, sorrel
12. ENNIS, John, sorrel pony. mare.
13. ENNIS, Martin, grey horse. 47. WILLIAMSON, ? B.
14. FLINN, William sorrel horse.
15. GREEN, Benj., sorrel 48. WILLIAMSON, Lewis?
16. GOFF, Jacob, roan pony. sorrel horse.
17. GERMAIN, Francis, bay. 49. WATERS, William,
18. GREEN, Isaac, black mare. bay horse.
19. HOGANS, Ruben, bay horse. 50. WARREN?, Benjamin
20. HOGANS, Dan'l, roan mare.
21. HAGINS, Alfred, sorrel "
22. HAGINS, Elbert, grey mare.
23. HALKIRK? James, sorrel.
24. JONES, J., bay horse.
25. JOHNSON, John, pony.
26. KINGSLEY, Sam'l, black horse.
27. LONG, James, sorrel mare.
28. MOODY, William, "
29. PICKETT, John,
30. PRIEST, William "
31. PICKETT, Seymore "
32. PAGETT, Henry, Chestnut mare.
33. PARKER, William, grey mare.
34. RICHARD, John, bay horse.
35. RICHARD, Francis, Jr.,
sorrel pony.
36. ROBERTS, John, bay horse.
37. ROBERTS, Sam'l, sorrel mare.
38. SUAREZ, Anthony, bay horse.
39. SUAREZ, Raphil, it
40. SALAS, Demetro, "










VOLUME 10, PAGES 89-90

Muster Roll of Captain F. Weedon's B-Company of the St. Augus-
tine Veteran's Florida Militia, commanded by Brig-General
Hernandez, ordered into service of the United States by his
Excellency, Governor R. K. Call from the 10th day of November
1836 to the 10th day of February 1837 unless sooner discharg-
ed.

On 10 Nov 1836 at St. Augustine, Florida, Captain Frederick
Weedon certified this muster roll to be correct and accurate.
G. S. Drane, Captain, and Inspector & Mustering Officer, also
verified by signature the accuracy of the muster.

Fred'k WEEDON, Captain John CARRERAS, Corp.
Barnado SEGUI, 1st Lieut. James ARNAU, Corp.
Elias B. GOULD, 2nd Lieut. Bartolo MASTERS, Corp.
Peter CARRERAS, Sgt. John LEONARDY, Corp.
Peter MANUCY, Sgt. John CLARK, Musician
Bartolo LEONARDY, Sgt. Sampson WILLIAMS, Musician

PRIVATES

1. ANDREA, Rafael 32. ROJERO, Ramon
2. ANDREA, Miguel 33. SEGUI, Nicholas
3. ANDREA, Antonio 34. SEGUI, Benet
4. ANDREA, John 35. TRIAY, Francis
5. ANDREA, Joseph 36. TRIAY, Peter
6. STEPHEN, An 37. TROPE', Peter
7. BAYA, Joseph (1) 38. TORRES, Jacob
8. BAYA, Joseph (2) 39. WHIITE, Thomas B.
9. CAPO, Gabriel (1) 40. BERBARA?, Joseph
10. CAPO, Gabriel (2)
11. CAPO, John
12. CANOVA, Antonio
13. CANOVA, Rafael
14. CAPELLA, Peter
15. CAPELLA, Mathias
16. COOLEY, George
17. HERNANDEZ, Joseph
18. HERNANDEZ, Diego
19. LAWRENCE, Mathias
20. LOPEZ, Augustine
21. LONG, Matthew
22. MANUCY, Joseph
23. MIRANDA, Diego
24. MASS, Hosey?
25. MASTERS, Joseph
26. NICKERSON, Seth
27. PACETTY, Joseph
28. PACETTY, Viciente?
29. PONS, John
30. RANTEAR?, Feliz
31. RIZ, James










VOLUME 10, PAGES 91-92

Muster Roll of Captain F. Weedon's B-Company of the St. Augus-
tine Veteran's Florida Militia, commanded by Brig-General
Hernandez, ordered into service of the United States by his
Excellency, Governor R. K. Call from the 10th day of November
1836 to the 10th day of February 1837 unless sooner discharg-
ed.

On 10 Feb 1837 at St. Augustine, Florida, Captain Frederick
Weedon certified this muster roll to be correct and accurate.
L. B. Webster, Captain, and Inspector & Mustering Officer,
also verified by signature the accuracy of the muster.

Fred'k WEEDON, Captain John CARRERAS, Corp.
Barnado SEGUI, 1st Lieut. James ARNAU, Corp.
Elias B. GOULD, 2nd Lieut. Bartolo MASTERS, Corp.
P. C. DYLSTRA, 1st Sgt. John LEONARDY, Corp.
Peter MANUCY, Sgt. John CLARK, Musician
Bartolo LEONARDY, Sgt. Sampson WILLIAMS, Musician

PRIVATES

1. ANDREA, Rafael 32. ROJERO, Ramon
2. ANDREA, Miguel 33. SEGUI, Nicholas
3. ANDREA, Antonio 34. SEGUI, Benet
4. ANDREA, John 35. TRIAY, Francis
5. ANDREA, Joseph 36. TRIAY, Peter
6. ARNAU, Stephen 37. TROPE', Peter
7. BAYA, Joseph (1) 38. TORRES, Jacob
8. BAYA, Joseph (2) 39. WHIITE, Thomas B.
9. BARBARA, Joseph 40. BERBARA?, Joseph
10. BOCARDY, Jacob
11. CAPO, John
12. CANOVA, Antonio
13. CANOVA, Rafael
14. CAPELLA, Peter
15. CAPELLA, Mathias
16. COOLEY, George
17. HERNANDEZ, Joseph
18. HERNANDEZ, Diego
19. LAWRENCE, Mathias
20. LOPEZ, Augustine
21. LONG, Matthew
22. MANUCY, Joseph
23. MIRANDA, Diego
24. MASS, Hosey?
25. MASTERS, Joseph
26. NICKERSON, Seth
27. PACETTY, Joseph
28. PACETTY, Viciente?
29. PONS, John
30. RANTEAR?, Feliz
31. RIZ, James










VOLUME 10, PAGES 93-94

Muster Roll of Captain Fred'k Weedon's Company of Florida Mil-
itia, commanded by Brig. General Hernandez, ordered into ser-
vice of the United States by Maj. General Jessup from the 17th
day of Feb. 1837 to the 17th day of Aug. 1837. All members
of the Company were mustered at St. Augustine, E. F. by Capt.
H. Brown for a period of 3 months and 13 days.

At Fort Marion on 29 May 1837, Capt. Frederick Weedon certifi-
ed the muster to be true and accurate. The Inspector & Mus-
tering Officer (signature illigible) also verified the muster
to be accurate.

Frederick WEEDON, Capt. James ARNAU, Corp.
Bernado SEGUI, 1st Lieut. Ramon ROGERO, Corp.
John CARRERAS, 2nd Lieut. Vicente PACETTY, Corp.
P. C. DYLSTRA, 1st Sgt. John LEONARDY, Corp.
Jacob MARKS, Sgt. John CLARK, Musician
Bartolo LEONARDY, Sgt. Sampson WILLIAMS, Musician

PRIVATES

1. ANDREA, Rafael 32. MASS, Joseph
2. ANDREA, Miguel 33. McKINNEY, Miles
3. AMAN, James 34. ORTEGA, Gregory
4. AMAN, Stephen 35. PONS, John, 1st
5. AMAN, Francis 36. PONS, John, 2nd
6. BAYLER, Jacob 37. PONS, Bartolo
7. BARBARA, Joseph 38. SALAS, Joseph
8. BOCHARD, Jacob 39. SUARES, J. B.
9. BORGAS, Antonio 40. TRIAY, Francis
10. BURGESS, Richard 41. TRIAY, Peter
11. BARANCO, Manuel 42. TRIAY, Geronimo
12. BOSSA, Rob't 43. TROPE, Peter
13. CAPELLA, Matio 44. TOMLINSON, Benj.
14. CAPELLA, Peter 45. TORRES, Jacob
15. CONNOR, Abraham 46. WILKINSON, George
16. CAPO, Gabriel
17. CANOVA, Bartolo
18. FLESHMAN, Abraham
19. FEALLO, Peter
20. GEIGER, Henry
21. GREENSTREET, Thos.
22. HERNANDEZ, Joseph
23. HERNANDEZ, Diego
24. HIMENES, Rafael
25. HIMENES, Andrew
26. LAURENCE, Matio
27. LONG, Mathew
28. LOPEZ, Ignatio
29. LOPEZ, Augustine
30. LOLDERAL, Jos.
31. MIRANDA, Diego










VOLUME 10, PAGES 95-96

Muster Roll of Capt. F. Weedon's B-Company of the Florida
Militia, commanded by Brig. Gen. Hernandez, ordered into ser-
vice of the United States by Brig. Gen. Hernandez from the
17th day of February 1837 to the 17th day of August 1837.

On 25 February 1837 at Fort Marion, the muster was certified
to be true and accurate by the signatures of Capt. Fred'k
Weedon and Capt. H. BROWN, Inspector & Mustering Officer.

F. WEEDON, Captain James ARNAU, Corp.
Bernando SEGUI, Ist Lieut. Jacob MARKS, Corp.
John CARRERA, 2nd Lieut. John LEONARDY, Corp.
P. C. DYLSTRA, 1st Sgt. Ramon ROHERO, Corp.
Vicente PACETTY, Sgt. Gabriel CAPO, Musician
Bartolo LEONARDY, Sgt. Geo. MEDICI, Musician

PRIVATES

1. ANDREA, Rafael 35. PONS, John, (1)
2. ANDREA, Miguel 36. PONS, John, (2)
3. ANNAN, James 37. PACETTY, Vincent (lined
4. ANNAN, Stephen out)
5. ARNAU, Francis 38, SALAS, Joseph
6. BALER, Jacob 39. SHARES, J. B.
7. BARBARA, Joseph 40. TRIAY, Francis
8. BOCHARD, Jacob 41. TRIAY, Peter
9. BUJOS, Antonio 42. TRIAY, Jeronimo
10. BURGESS, Richard 43. TOMLINSON, Benj'm
11. BASS, Robert 44. TORRES, Jacob
12. BARRANCO, Manuel 45. WILKINSON, Geo.
13. CAPELLA, Mateo 46. TROPE, Peter
14. CAPEELLA, Petr 47. PONS, BARTOLO
15. CONNOR, Abraham
16. CAPO, Gabriel
17. CANOVAS, Bartolo
18. FLESHMAN, Abraham
19. FEALLO, Peter
20. LEIGH, Henry
21. GREENSTREET, Thomas
22. HERNANDEZ, Jas.
23. HERNANDEZ, Diego
24. HIMENES, Rafael
25. HIMENES, Andrew
26. LAURENCE, Matio
27. LONG, Mathew
28. LOPEZ, Ignacio
29. LOPEX, Augustine
30. L_DERAL, Joseph
31. MIRANDA, Diego
32. MASS, Joseph
33. McKINNEY, Miles
34. ORTEGAS, Gregory










VOLUME 10, PAGES 97-98

Muster Roll of Captain Swessson Whitehead's Company of the 1st
Regiment of Mounted Florida Volunteers, commanded by Samuel
St. G. Rogers, called into service of the United States by the
President from the 27th day of July 1857 for the term of six
months. The Company was enrolled 27 July 1857 at Ocala, Fla.,
by Capt. S. Whitehead and travelled 60 miles to the place of
rendezvous.

On the same date and place the muster was certified as true
and accurate by the signatures of Capt. Whitehead and S. D.
Lee, 1st Lieut., 4th Artillery. The muster roll shows: Name,
rank, age, value of horse/horse equipment of each soldier.

Swesson or Swepson WHITEHEAD, Capt., age 27, $175/25.
Asa CLARK, 1st Lt., age 24, $175/15.
Jacob JOHNS, 2nd Lt., age 22, $200/25.
Joseph H. SAWPPINGTON, 1st Sgt., age 26, $175/15.
Stephen MOORE, Sgt, age 26, $125/20.
John W. TINDALE, Sgt, age 29, $100/15.
Charles L. SLAUGHTER, Sgt., age 21, $125/15.
John F. BENTON, Corp., age 22, $150/10.
Gideon E. KELLAND, Corp., age 21, $150/25.
James L. BROWN, Corp., age 21, $100/10.
James L. STRAWN, Corp, age 22, $90/10.
John B. SNIDER, Bugler, age 42, $125/5.
Elisha W. CLARK, Bugler, age 26, $140/10.
Patrick H. TUTON, Farrier, age 29, $125/10.

PRIVATES

1. BACON, George, age 21, $90/10.
2. BUTTON, James, age 24, $180/10.
3. CANNON, James, age 25, $100/10.
4. CLARK, John, age 19, $125/10.
5. CLARK, John E., age 19, $125/20.
6. CORNIELY (CONIELY?), James, age 2?, $150/10.
7. COSTON, Aullston B., age 18, $150/20.
8. CREWS. Samuel P., age 27, $175/15.
9. CROSBY, William, age 19, $130/5.
10. DAVIS, Elbert M., age 21, $150/25.
11. DEASON, Franklin, age 25, $125/15.
12. DOWNING, Joseph, age 23, $150/20.
13. FENNEL, John, age 19, $160/10.
14. FORD, Reubin, age 19, $150/15.
15. HALL, James 0. E., age 21, $110/5.
16. HATCH,, Paul, age 21, $175/15.
17. HATCH, Isaac, age 25, $130/15.
18. HATCH, Thomas, age 19, $110/10.
19. HILL, Henry B., age 28, $185/15.
20. JACKSON, Robert L., age 21, $140/10.
21. JOHNS, Jerry, age 20, $125/15.
22. JONES, Jessie M., age 23, $225/15.









Vol 10, pp 97-98, PRIVATES, cont'd

23. KEATING, Francis W., age 19, $125/25.
24. KITE, Robert, agae 18, $125/10.
25. LAW, Mitchell, age 19, $110/5.
26. LAW, Thaddeus, age 21, $80/15.
27. LOCKLEAR, John, age 22, $140/10.
28. LONG, William, age 22, $175/25.
29. NOBLES, John, age, 19, $150/5.
30. PARISH, Ransom M., age 21. $100/5
31. POPE, Simon D., age 24, $100/20.
32. POPE, John A., age 25, $140/25.
33. POPE, William W., age 27, $140/20.
34. PURVIS, William E., age 31, $130/20.
35. RAGLAND, Lemuel G., age 45, $140/10.
36. SANCHES, Gad. H., age 25, $165/20.
37. SCHERTH?, Henry, age 40, $65/15.
38. SIKES, John, age 18, $125/15.
39. SLAUGHTER, Moses H., age 18, $140/10.
40. SLAUGHTER, Willliam H., age 19, $155/10.
41. SMITH, Lewis, age 19, $80/10.
42. SPARKMAN, Edward, age 19, $120/15.
43. STREWN?, David, age 19, $140/5.
44. SUGGS, John, age 21, $125/15.
45. SWIFT, Simeon D., age 37, $175/15.
46. TENDAL, Mathew, age 21, $150/5.
47. TULLIS, Joseph A., age 23, $125/10.
48. TULLIS, Joseph D., age 19, $100/15.
49. TULLIS. Wayne, age 41, $125/20.
50. TURNER, Thomas 0., age 22, $140/15.
51. WHITLEY, Columbus W., age 21, $125/10.
52. WILSON, Jasper, age 18, $100/15.

Following Joined Aug. 10th at Ocala, Florida. Horses & horse
equipment not appraised; all Privates:

1. Benjamin J. WELLS, age 30.
2. William W. WILLIAMS, age 19.
3. Silas WEEKS, age 19.
4. Albert OSTEEN, age 18.
5. William G. N. BROOKS, age 18.
6. Robert 0. PARISH, age 18.
7. Ransom PARISH, age 50.
8. Owen J. REVELS, age 19.
9. William B. DAVIS, age 24 (joined 8/14 at Ft. Brook, Fla)









VOLUME 10, PAGES 99-100

Descriptive Roll of Captain S. Whitehead's Company, Regiment
of Florida Mounted Volunteers, mustered out of service July
26, 1858.

The descriptions in this hand-drawn muster roll was written in
columns as follows: Rank, Name, Where born: town or county/
state/kingdom, Height, Color: complexion/eyes/hair, and occup-
ation.

1st Lt. Asa CLARK (no other description).
2nd Lt. Jacob JOHNS (no other description).
1st Sgt. Joseph H. SAPPINGTON, Fulton, GA, 5'10", dark/dark/
black; farmer.
2nd Sgt. Stephen MOORE, Alachua, FL, 5'10", fair/grey/red,
farmer.
3rd Sgt. John W. TERIDALE, Burk, GA, 4'11", fair/blue/light,
farmer.
4th Sgt. Charles L. SLAUGHTER, Lowndes, GA, 5'10", fair/black/
black, farmer.
1st Cpl John F. BENTON, Liberty, GA, 6'0", fair/black/black,
farmer.
Cpl Gideon E. KELLAND, Lowndes, GA, 6'0", fair/black/black,
farmer.
Cpl James L. BROWN, Thomas, GA, 6'0", fair/black/black, farmer
Cpl James L. STRAWN, Newton, GA, 5'6", dark/black/lite, farmer
Bugler Elisha W. CLARK, Colleton Dist., SC, 5'8", fair/blue/
light, farmer.
Farrier Patrick H. TUTON, Buford Dist., SC, 5'11", fair/blue/
black, farmer.

PRIVATES

BROWN, George, New Jersey, 4'3", fair/blue/dark, farmer.
BUTTON, James, Glynn, GA, 6'0", fair/grey/black, farmer.
CANNON, James, (deceased?-deserted?)
CLARK, John, Ervin, GA, 6;0, fair/blue/light, farmer.
CLARK, John E., Alachua, FL, 5'2", fair/dark/light, farmer.
CONELY, James, Barnwell, SC, 6'1", light/blue/light, farmer.
COSTON, Aullston B., Lancaster, SC, 5'0", fair/grey/light,
farmer.
CREWS, Samuel P. (no other data).
CROSBY, William, Alachua, FL, 5'1", fair/blue/red, farmer.
DAVIS, Elbert M., Elbert, GA, 6'0", fair/black/red, farmer.
DOWNING, Joseph, Montgomery, AL, 5'9", fair/blue/red, farmer.
FENNEL, John, Alachua, FL, 5'4", fair/blue/black, farmer.
FORD, Reuben, Camden, GA, 5'6", fair/blue/light, farmer.
HALL, James O. E., Houston, GA, 5'10", fair/blue/light, farmer
HATCH, Paul, Early, GA, 5'6", fair/blue/black, farmer.
HATCH, Isaac, Early, GA, 5'7", fair/blue/black, farmer.
HATCH, Thomas, Early, GA, 4'5", fair/blue/light, farmer.
HILL, Henry B., (no other data).
JACKSON, Robt. L., Jackson, AL, 5'10", fair/blue/lite,farmer.









Vol 10, pp 99-100, PRIVATES, cont'd

JOHNS, Jerry, Alachua, FL, 5'4", fair/grey/red, farmer.
JONES, Jessie M., Alachua, FL, 6'1", fair/grey/black, farmer.
KEATING, Francis W., New York, 5'6", fair/grey/black, farmer.
KITE, Robert, Liberty, GA, 4'8", fair/grey/light, farmer.
LAM, Thaddeus, Madison, FL, 6'1", fair/blue/light, farmer.
LOCKLEAR, John, Coleton, SC, 5'10", dark/black/black, farmer.
LONG, William, Gilisson, SC, 5'6", fair/blue/red, farmer.
NOBLES, John, Wayne, GA, 5'6", fair/blue/light, farmer.
PARISH, Ransom M., "dead".
POPE, Simon D., Muscogee, GA, 5'6", fair/blue/light, farmer.
POPE, John A., "deserted."
POPE, William W., Washington, GA, 5'7", fair/blue/dark, farmer
PURVIS, William E., (no other data).
RAGLAND, Lemuel G., Halifax, VA, 6'1", fair/blue/light, farmer
SANCHEZ, Gad H., Alachua, FL, 5'6", fair/grey/black, farmer.
SCHERTH, Henry, Germany, 5'8", dark/grey/dark, farmer.
SIKES, John, Houston, GA, 5'6", fair/blue/light, farmer.
SLAUGHTER, Moses H., Lowndes, GA, 5'6", fair/blue/dark, farmer
SLAUGHTER, Wm. H., Lowndes, GA, 5'6", fair/grey/dark, farmer.
SMITH, Lewis, Aplin, GA, 5'7", fair/blue/light, farmer.
SPARKMAN, Edward, Alachua, FL, 5'6", fair/grey/light, farmer.
STREWN, David, Muscogee, GA, 5'7", dark/grey/dark, farmer.
SUGGS, John, Madison, FL, 5'6", fair/blue/dark, farmer.
SWIFT, Simon D., Oxford, ME, 5'10", fair/blue/lite, carpenter.
TENDALL, Mathew, Burke, GA, 5'7-1/2", fair/blue/lite, farmer.
TULLIS, Joseph A., Columbia, FL, 5'8", fair/blue/lite, farmer.
TULLIS, Joseph D, Hamilton, FL, 5'5", fair/blue/light, farmer.
TULLIS, Wayne, Camden, GA, 5'9", fair/blue/red, farmer.
TURNER, Thomas 0., Camden, GAm 5'10", dark/grey/dark, farmer.
WHITLEY, Columbus N., Walton, GA, 6'1", fair/blue/dark, farmer
WILSON, Jasper, Alachua, FL, 5'5", fair/blue/light, farmer.
WILSON, James S., GA, 6'0", fair/blue, light, farmer.
WELLS, Benjamin J., Bryant, GA, 5'3", fair/grey/dark, farmer.
WILLIAMS, William W., Horry, SC, 6'0", fair/blue/lite, farmer.
WEEKS, Silas, Columbia, FL, 5'3",fair/blue/light, farmer.
OSTEEN, ALBERT, Beuford, SC, 5'4", fair/blue/light, farmer.
BROOKS, William G.N., Columbia, FL, 5'3", fair/grey/light,
farmer.
PARISH, Robert 0., Hamilton, FL, 4'11", fair/grey/lite, farmer
REVELS, Owen J., Madison, FL, 6'1", fair/blue/light, farmer.
DAVIS, William B., Elbert, GA, 5'9-1/2", fair/grey/black,
farmer.
WEEKS, George W., Columbia, FL, 5''10", fair/grey/lite, farmer
HAZEL, John, Charleston, SC, 5'4", fair/blue/light, farmer.
MOODY, David, Camden, GA, 5'4", fair/blue/dark, farmer.
FENNEL, James, Beauford, SC, 6'0", fair/blue/dark, farmer.
JOHNS, Jerry, Columbia, FL, 5'10", dark/black/black, farmer.
TILLIS, Thomas, Camden, GA, 5'6", fair/blue/light, farmer.
CROSBY, Isham, Colington, SC, 5'6", fair/grey/light, farmer.
JONES, Archibald H., Columbia, FL, fair/blue/dark, farmer.
KILGORE, William W., Monroe, GA, 5'8", fair/blue/lite, farmer.
GEIGER, Noah, Nassau, FL, 5'5", fair/blue/light, farmer.












Vol 10, pp 99-100, PRIVATES, cont'd

RITTER?, Joseph M., Ware, GA, 5'8", dark/black/black, farmer
DEASON?, T. J., Montgomery, AL, 5'5", dark/dark/dark, farmer.


VOLUME 10, PAGES 101-102

Muster Roll of 1st Lieut. William H. Whitaker's Detachment of
Florida Mounted Volunteers, commanded by Lt. Whitaker until
November 18, 1856 and since by Captain John Parker, called in-
to service of the United States by his Excellency, Gov. John
E. Brown under his order from the 15th day of Aaugust 1856 to
the 7th day of October 1856. The company was enrolled 7 Oct.
1856 at Manatee, Fla. by William H. Whitaker who certified the
muster to be true and accurate. Jesse Carter, Special Agent,
also certified the muster to be true and accurate.

William H. WHITAKER, Lieut. Ezekiel GLAZIER, Corp.
German H. WYATT, Lieut. William A. L. RAWLS, Corp.
David TOWNSEND, Sgt. John ADDISON, Bugler.
Joseph WOODRUFF, Sgt. James CONLIFF, F&B.

PRIVATES

1. ADDISON, John A. 30. PLATT, Lewis B.
2. ADDISON, William H. 31. PLATT, William C.
3. BARROW?, BARRON?, Ruben T. 32. READ, David D.
4. BEGGS, John A. 33. VANDERIPE, James
5. COCHRAN, Aaron C. #34. VANDERIPE, William
6. CRAIGH, John 35. SMITH, Isaiah
7. COLLINS, George W. 36. TISON, George
8. DRIGGERS, Mathew 37. WILLIAMS, James G.
9. GATES, Josiah 38. WILLIAMS, Joseph H.
10. illigible 39. WILLINGHAM, William
11. GARBER, Rudolph 40. WILLINGHAM, William H.
12. GILLEY, William T. 41. WYATT, William H.
13. illigible 42. ADDISON, Joel J.
14. GLAZIER, James A. 43. BEASLEY, Isaiah
15. GODARD, Asa 44. BOYD, Henry
16. GREEN, James D. 45. BRINKLEY, Nathan G.
17. HAWKINS, Daniel 46. CAMPBELL, James R.
18. HARRISON, William H. 47. DRIGGERS, Henry W.
19. HOOKER, Stephen 48. H?, Edward G.
20. JOHNSTON, Levi P. 49. PORTER, James A.
21. JOHNSTON, William H. +50. RAULERSON, William
22. LEE, Edmund 51. TUCKER, William F.
23. MARR, Edward 52. WILKINSON, Neil
24. MINK, John C.
25. McLEAN, John L. *Elected Captain 18 Nov. 1856
26. OGLESBY, Benjamin #34 appointed 3rd Corporal
27. OGLESBY, George +50 appointed 3rd Sergeant
28. *PARKER, John Nos. 42-52 recruited at Tampa
29. PLATT, John 3 Dec 1856 by John PARKER.









VOLUME 10. PAGES 103-104

Muster Roll of Captain D. W. Whitehurst's Company of Mounted
Volunteers under Act of Congress of 25 May 1836, ordered into
service of the United States by Maj. General Thos. S. Jessup
from the 13th day of July 1837 to the 13th day of Jan'y 1838.
The company was enrolled at St. Augustine, E.F., by Capt. G.
B. Webster from 13th July 1837 to 28th Oct. 1837.0n 15 Jan'y
1838 at St. Augustine, Capt. Daniel W. Whitehurst certified
that the muster of the "East Florida Mounted Volunteers" was
accurate and true. Capt. G. B. Webster also certified the
muster was true.

D. W. WHITEHURST, Captain, & 1 servant.
Joseph WOODRUFF, 2nd Lieut., & 1 servant.

1. George C. ACOSTA, 1st Sergeant
2. Paul MASTERS, 2nd Sergeant
3. Joseph BAYA, 1st Corporal
4. Francis FEAJO, 2nd Corporal

PRIVATES

5. BARRY, Patrick 31. MASTERS, Antonio
6. BURKE, John 32. MEDICIS, George
7. BROGAN, James 33. MILLER, James
8. CLARKE, Thomas 34. McGAFFERY, Dennis
9. CLELAND, C. John 35. PONS, John
10. CANFIELD, Dennis, died 36. ROGERS, Patrick
11/8/1837 at St. 37. SMALL William
Augustine. 38. SCOTT, Peter
11. COLLINS, David 39. SEGUI, John
12. COLEMAN, Henry 40. SEGUI, Bartolo
13. DUBBS, W. J. 41. SULLIVAN, Daniel
14. DUPONT, Abraham 42. WHITTEN, John
15. DUPONT, Virgil
16. DEVELIN, Isaac
17. FAGAN, Henry
18. FALANY, James
19. FORRESTER, John
20. FULLER, Daniel
21. GEIGER, Henry
22. HAIGNA, Wm.
23. HOFFMAN?, Charles
24. HANSAND?, R. Isaac,
in confinement of Civil
auth. for murder 11/16/
1737.
25. HESS, Henry
26. JOHNSTON, D. Wm.
27. KEENAN, Francis
28. LALDEROL, Joseph
29. LOVE, R. B.
30. MARSHALL, John










VOLUME 10, PAGES 105-106

Muster Roll of Captain W. W. Whitehurst's Detachment of Mount-
ed Volunteers ordered into service of the United States by
Maj. Gen'l T. S. Jessup from the 13th day of July 1837 to the
13th day of January 1838. The muster was certified as true
and accurate on 28 Sept. 1837 by Capt. D. W. Whitehurst at
Ft. Hanson, E. Fla.; also by L. B. Webster, Inspector & Mus-
tering Officer. Thirteen soldiers listed "as absent on a
Scout."

1. W. D. WHITEHURST, Capt.
2. George C. ACOSTA, 1st Sgt.
3. Paul MASTERS, 2nd Sgt.
4. Joseph BAYA, Corp.
5. Francis FEAJO, Corp.

PRIVATES

6. CLELAND, C. John 20. KEENAN, Francis
7. FORESTER, Jack, guide 21. LALDEROL, Joseph
8. CLARK, Thomas 22. MARSHALL, John
9. CANFIELD, Dennis 23. MASTERS, Antonio
10. COLLINS, David 24. MEDICIS, George
11. COLEMAN, Henry 25. MILLER, James
12. DUBBS, W. J. 26. PONS, John
13. DUPONT, Abraham 27. ROGERS, Patrick
14. DUPONT, Virgil 28. SMALL, William
15. FAGAN,, Henry 29. SCOTT, Peter
16. FALANY, James 30. SEGUI, John
17. GEIGER, Henry 31. SEGUI, Bartolo
18. HANSAND, R. Isaac 32. WOODRUFF, Joseph
19. HESS, Henry


VOLUME 10, PAGES 107-108

Muster Roll of Captain D. W. Whitehurst's Company of the 1st
Regiment, East Florida Mounted Volunteers, commanded by Col.
John Warren, ordered into service of the United States by Maj.
Gen'l T. S. Jessup from the 5th day of October 1837 when last
paid, to the 4th day of February 1838, when discharged.
All of company, except Capt. Whitehurst, were enrolled at Fort
Hickman between 4-6 Aug. 1837 for a period of 6 months.
Muster was certified at St. Augustine, E.F. by the signatures
of Capt. D. W. Whitehurst and by S. Churchill, Maj. US Army.

The following personnel "on command at Black Creek".

D. W. WHITEHURST, Capt. & 1 servant.
John D. OSTEEN, 1st Lt., & 1 servant.
Geo. W. TIPPEN, Sgt.
Wm. HOGAN, Corp.
Geo. D. DYKES, Corp.









Vol. 10, pp 107-108, cont'd

PRIVATES

1. ANDREWS, D. Wm 11. OSTEEN, Allen
2. BLACK, Elijah 12. PHILAMON, James
3. BRANNON, George 13. STAPLETON, Samuel
4. CROSBY, Thomas 14. TIPPEN, C. George
5. DILABERRY, Thomas 15. VARN, Samuel
6. FARRAR, Silas 16. VARN, Asa
7. HAGAN, Thomas 17. VARN, Isaac
8. HAGAN, Malachi 18. WAUTON?, Wm.
9. HAGAN, John 19. WRIGHT, Resin
10. OSTEEN, John


VOLUME 10, PAGES 109-110

Muster Roll of Sergeant B. F. Whitmer's Detachment of Florida
Militia ordered into service of the United States by Governor
R. K. Call from the 27th day of December 1837 to the 27th day
of February 1838. Muster certified by R. J. Mays on 15 Feb'y
1838 at San Pedro; also certified by D. N. Vinton, Inspector
and Mustering Officer.

1. WHITMER, C. F., Serg., not notified, absent.
1. MAYS, A. J., Corporal.

PRIVATES

1. CAMPBELL, Neile, not notified, absent.
2. COKER, Daniel, not notified, absent.
3. EDWARDS, Benj.
4. GODDIN, Stephen
5. GILLAM, Sam, not notified, absent.
6. MAYS, J. B., dead.
7. MILLER, James
8. McLENDON, Joel
9. McLENAN, Benj.
10. SHEFFIELD, Briant
11. STANDALANCE, Thos.
12. TAYLOR, William
13. TAYLOR, John, not notified, absent.
14. WALLACE, James
15. YOUMNS, ABSOLEM, not notified, absent.


VOLUME 10, PAGES 111-112

Muster Roll of Lieut. John Wiggins' Mounted Company of the
13th Regiment, 1st Brigade, of Florida Militia, ordered into
service of the United States by Governor Richard K. Call from
the 11th day of February 1837 to the llth day of Feb'y 1838.
Muster was certified 13th Feb'y 1838 at San Pedro by Lieut.









Vol 10, pp 111-112, cont'd

John Wiggins, commanding the Detachment and by D. H. Vinton,
Lieut., Inspector & Mustering Officer.

John WIGGINS, Lieut., promoted from Orderly Sgt. of Bradley
Company, 8th July 1837.
Wm. H. WALLACE, 1st Sgt.
John CATLETT, 2nd Sgt., Private to 8th July 1837.
Samuel CLARY, 3rd Sgt., "i i It "
Alfred WILLIAMS, 1st Corporal
Daniel WIGGINS, 2nd Corporal
John STEWART, 3rd Corporal

PRIVATES

1. BELL, John 36. ROUSE, James
2. BLANKS, Henry 37. ROUSE, Solomon
3. BURNEY, David 38. SINGLETON, Ambrose
4. BURNEY, Wm. 39. THOMPSON, Charles
CLARDY, James M., substitute 40. TICE, Benjamin
for Stapleton TOWNSEND. 41. TICE, George
5. CLIFTON, Henry, Sr. 42. TOUCHSTONE, John, died
6. CLIFTON, Henry, Jr. 16 Jan'y 1838.
7. CLIFTON, John 43. TOWNSEND, John? Noel?
8. COLEMAN, E. D. 44. TOWNSEND, Stapleton,
9. COLEMAN, James substituted for James
10. CALLAWAY, Elmore M. CLARDY.
11. DOUGLAS, Benejamin 45. WALLACE, James
12. EDWARDS. C. H. 46. WHITE, Dennis
13. ELKINS, John B. 47. WIGGINS, Rich'd C.
14. FIELDS, Andrew 48. WIGGINS, Richard
GILL, Joseph 49. WILLIAMS, Manning
15. GOFF, John 50. WILLIAMS, Stephen
16. HAM, Wm. 51. WOODS, S.. L.
17. HALLAM, Benj.
18 HOLTON, Jesse, Jr.
19. HOLTON, Thomas
20. JENKINS, Henry
21. JOURNAGAN, Stephen
22. LAMB, A. M.
23. LAMB, Jared
24. LAMB, Wade H.
25. LANGFORD Wiley
26. McMULLEN, Wm.
27. MORGAN, Duncan
28. MORGAN, Reuben
29. MURROW, Wm.
30. PERRY, 0. H.
31. PERRY, S. J.
32. PINKSTON, George W.
33. PINKSTON, James T.
34. PINKSTON, Joseph L.
35. REVILS, Owen









VOLUME 10, PAGES 113-114

Muster Roll of Lieut. J. M. Wilder's Detachment of the 13th
Regiment, 1st Brigade of Florida Militia, commanded by Col. J.
S. Bell, ordered into service of the United States by Gov. R.
K. Call from the 20th day of Feb'y 1837 to the 20th day of
June 1837. The Company was enrolled at Fort Bell for four
months and traveled 20 or fewer miles to the place of rendez-
vous. The muster was certified to be true and accurate by J.
M. Wilder on 22 March 1838 at Hamilton Coounty, Fla.; also,
same date and place, S. Churchill, Major, Art'y as Inspector &
Mustering Officer, certified the muster to be accurate.

J. W. WILDER, 1st Lieut. David MOAT, 2nd Sergt.
Samuel E. SWILLEY, 2nd Lieut. John ALLFORD, (Corporal?)
John ROBERTSON, 1st Sergt.

PRIVATES

1. ALIFORD, H. R. 14. PRESCUT, Moses
2. ANDERSON, James 15. PRESCUT, Darling
3. BASSETT, William 16. POWELEDGE, L. G.
4. CARTER, David 17. PRINE, Robert
5. DURRENCE, Francis 18. ROERTSON, C. E. H.
6. HOWELL, Isham 19. SWILLEY, W. T.
7. JENNINGS, William 20. THOMAS, A. M.
8. KUSH, Stephen 21. TOLLER, Lewis
9. MOBLEY, William 22. WHITEHURST, John
10. NOBLES, Mark 23. WILDER, T. F.
11. NEWBURN, W. C. 24. ZIPPERA, J. M., Jr.
12. PROSSER, William 25. ZIPPERA, J. M., Sr
13. PRESCUT, Jessee 26. ZIPPERA, Theophalus


VOLUME 10, PAGES 115-116

Muster Roll of Captain Nathan P, Willard's Company of Florida
Mounted Volunteers, commanded by Col. S. St. George Rogers,
called into service of the United States by Special Instruct-
ions from the President, dated War Dept., Washington, May 28,
1857, from the 20th day of July 18587 to the 20th day of Jan-
uary 1858.

At Madison Co., W. Fla., company was mustered into service by
Capt. C. L. Kilburn. Certified a true and accurate muster by
Capt. N. P. Willard on 19 Jan'y 1858 at Ft. Brooke, Fla. 250
miles from place of discharge to home. Muster also certified
by Francis N. Page. NOTE: Number following each name was the
certified dollar value of horse.

Nathan P. WILLARD, Captain, $200.
Lucius A. CURCH, 1st Lieutenant, $165.
Henry M. SUTTON, 2nd Lieutenant, $200.
Thomas J. COBB, 1st Sergeant, $150.









Vol. 10, pp 115-116, cont'd

James MULKEY, 2nd Sergeant, $225.
Hugh ALEXANDER, 3rd Sergeant, $115.
James DICKERSON, 4th Sergeanat, $140.
Charles W. CALHOUN, 1st Corporal, $150.
Jonathan VAUGHAN, 2nd Corporal, $180.
Bear W. MOSLEY, 3rd Corporal, $175.
John STUBBS, 4th Corporal, $150.
John BELL, Bugler, $180.
William AARON, Bugler, $100.
Cochrane HANDSFORD, Farrier, $250.

PRIVATES

1. ATKINS, George W., $130. 40. SANDERS', James R., $125.
2. AUSTIN, Thomas, $100. 41. SHORES, Franklin, $125.
3. AYRES, Ira, $115. 42. SAPP, Bartley, $185.
4. BURNETT, Thos., $135. 43. SHORTRIDGE, Geo., $125.
5. BURNETT, James, $125. 44. SEVER, Benjamin, $100.
6. BOYETT, John, $140. 45. SESSIONS, Geo. R., $165.
7. BELL, Duncan, $120. 46. THOMPSON, Jas. J., $125.
8. BENJAMIN, Henry, $125. 47. WEBB, Jackson,, $100.
9. BOYETT, Geo. W., $225. 48. WATTS, Richard, $100.
10. BELL, Patrick, $140. 49. WILLIAMS, Sam'l H., $180
11. BRIDGEMAN, Geo. W., $185. 50. WHITALL, Emanuel, $175.
12. BROWN, James A., $75. 51. WATTS, James B., $100.
13. BEASELY, Shadrick, $130. 52. WEBB, Fenton, $100.
14. COCHRANE, Wm. P., $175. 53. WILLIAMS, Jas. Jr?, $100
15. CONE, Edward C., $180.
16. DUNAWAY, Wm. H., $175. Discharged: Geo. T. REDD,
17. DICKERSON, Edward N., $175. 11/10/57 on surgeon's
18. DIXON, James, $100. certificate.
19. EDWARDS, Anderson, $185.
20. FLYNN, Wm. D., $150. Died:
21. GIBSON, James, $100. Christopher C. BRINSON, 4th
22. HAMILTON, John, $140. Sgt. 12/21/57, at Fort
23. JENKINS, Chester, $150. Deynaud.
24. LEE, Farmer, $100. Benjamin F. DENNIS, Pvt., on
25. LAMB, Joseph D., $140. 12/15/57, at same fort.
26. LYONS, George W., $150. John A. HUGHEY, 8/19/57 at
27. McCOY, Stine?, $150. Camp Walback.
28. McGILL, Alexander, $125. Archibald McCOKER, 12/26/57
29. MILLER, James, $175. at Ft. Deynaud.
30. MURDOCH, John F., $175. William T. SCOTT, lost over-
31. NEWMAN, Dixon, $140. board 8/17/57 from US
32. NEWMAN, Patrick, $80. Stm'r Range going from
33. PATTERSON, Donald, $100. Tampa to Ft. Myers.
34. PARROTT, Wm. C., $165. Paul HATCH, 8/26/57, at Camp
35. PINSON, William, $175. Walback.
36. PATTERSON, Andrew, $165.
37. POPWELL, John, $165. Deserted: Stephen A. McLEOD,
38. ROWELL, Henry, $150. 8/13/57.
39. REVELS, Andrew J., 160.









VOLUME 10, PAGES 117-118

Descriptive Roll of Captain N. P. Willard's Company, Regiment
of Florida Mounted Volunteers. Mustered out of service on
January 19th, 1858.

This hand-drawn muster roll contained in columns the following
information: Rank; Name; Where born: Town/County State/King-
dom; Height: Feet/Inches; Color: Complexion/eyes/hair, and
Occupation.

Capt. Nathan P. WILLARD no description.
1st Lt. Lucius A. CHURCH no description.
2nd Lt. Henry M. PATTON no description.
1st Sgt. Thomas J. COBB no description.
Sgt. James MULKEU, Irvin, GA, 5'11", light-black-dark, farmer.
Sgt. Christopher C. BRINSON no description.
Cpl. Charles W. CALHOUN, Abbeville, SC, 5'6", light-blue-dark,
farmer.
Cpl. William T. SCOTT no description.
Cpl. Boaz W. MOSELEY, Lanier, NC, 5'9", light-blue-light,
planter.
Cpl. John STUBBS no description.
Far. Handford A. COCHRANE, Barnwell, SC, 5'9", light-gray-
light, planter.

PRIVATES

ATKINS, Geo, W., Madison, FL, 5'10", light-blue-light, farmer.
AARON, William, Pike, AL, 5'4", dark-dark-black, farmer.
AUSTINE, Thomas, Lowndes, GA, 5'7", light-gray-light, farmer.
AYRES, Ira, Marion, SC, 5'6", light-gray-light, farmer.
ALEXANDER, Hugh, Ireland, 5'7", light-light-light, farmer.
BURNETT, Thomas, Lowndes, GA, 5'6", light-black-light, farmer.
BURNETT, James, Lowndes, GA, 5'5", dark-dark-dark, farmer.
BOYETT, John no description.
BELL, Duncan, Lowndes, GA; 5'11", light-blue-light, farmer.
BENJAMIN, Henry, Abbeville, SC; 6'0", light-blue-light, farmer
BOYETTE, Geo. W., Coweta, GA; 5'10", dark-black-dark, farmer.
BELL, Patrick, Lowndes, GA; 5'5", light-blue-light, farmer.
BELL, John no description.
BRIDGEMAN, Geo. W., Rockingham, NC, 6', dark-blue-dark, farmer
BROWN, James A.M., Monroe? GA; 5'7", light-gray-light, farmer.
COCHRANE, Wm. P., Barnwell, SC, 5'9",light-black-dark, planter
CONE, Edward C., Levy, FL, 5'6", light-blue-dark, farmer.
DUNNAWAY, Wm. H., Ware, GA; 5'11", light-blue-light, farmer.
DICKERSON, Edward N., Effingham, GA, 5'11", dark-darl-dark.
planter.
DENNIS, Benjamin F. no description.
DIXON, James Bufford, SC, 5'10", light-light-light, former.
EDWARDS, Anderson, Marlboro, SC; 5'11",light-blk-dark, farmer.
FLYNN, Wm. D., Madison, FL, 5'8", dark-black-dark, planter.
GIBSON, James no description.
HAMILTON, John, Abbeville, SC; 5'6", light-blue-light, farmer.









Vol. 10, pp 117-118, PRIVATES, cont'd

JENKINS, Chester, Abbevill, SC, 5'11", dark-black-dark, farmer
LEE, Farmer, Marion, SC, 5'6", dark-blue-dark, farmer.
LAMB, Joseph D., Madison, FL; 5'2", light-light-light-farmer.
McCOY, Strine, Burke, GA, 6', light-blue-dark, farmer.
McGILL, Alexander no description.
MILLER, James, Pulaski, GA, 5'10", light-blue-light, farmer.
MURDOCK, John F., Bibb, GA, 5'9", light-black-light, farmer.
McCOKER, Archibald no description.
McLEOD, Stephen A. no description.
NEWMAN, Dixon, Sampson, NC; 5'11", dark-blue-dark, farmer.
NEWMAN, Patrick, Barnwell, SC, 5'6", light-blue-light, planter
PATTERSON, Donald no description.
PARROTT, Wm. C., Law_?_, GA; 5'11", dark-black-black, farmer.
PATTERSON, Andrew E., Madison, FL, 5', dark-light-black, farm.
ROWELL, Henry, Jefferson, FL, 5'7", light-light-light, farmer.
SANDERS, James A., Muscogee, GA, 5'6", light-grey-light, mech.
SHORTRIDGE, George, Edgefield, SC, 5'6", light-blue-light,
mechanic.
SHORES, Franklin, Baker, GA, 5'6", light-blue-black, farmer.
SEVER, Benjamin, L-?, GA, 5'6"m dark-blue-dark, farmer.
SESSIONS, Geo. R., Jefferson, FL, 5'3", dark-grey-dark, farmer
THOMPSON, James J., Jefferson, FL, 5'8", light-light-light, "
PINSON, Wm., Abbeville, SC; 5'11", dark-blue-light, farmer.
VAUGHAN, Jonathan, Madison, FL, 5'8", light-blue-light,
WEBB, Jackson, AL, 5'3", light-grey-light-farmer.
WATTS, Richard, Madison, FL, 5'9", light-blue-dark, planter.
WILLIAMS, Sam'l H., Stewart, GA, 5'6", light-blue-dark, plant.
WHITALL, Emanuel, Edgefield, SC; 6', light-light-light, farn.
WATTS, James B., Madison, FL; 5'11", light-blue-dark, planter.
WEBB. Fenton, Randolph, GA, 5'6", light-gray-light, planter.
WILLIAMS, James W., SC; 5'11", dark-black-dark, farmer.
REYNOLDS, Andrew, Franklin, FL, 6', dark-dark-dark, farmer.
HATCH, Paul no description.
LYONS, George W. no description.
BEASELEY, Shed?, Marlboro, SC, 5'11", light-black-dark, farmer
SAPP, Bartley no description.
PINSON, Wm., Abbeville, SC, 5'10", dark-blue-dark, farmer.
REED, George, Barnwell, SC, 6', light-light-light-darmer.
DICKERSON, James, Lee, GA; 5'6", light-gray-light, farmer.

Corporal, John POPPELL, Effingham, GA, 5'10", dark-dark-black,
planter.









VOLUME 10, PAGES 119-120

Muster Roll of Captain Nathan P. Willard's Company of the 1st
Regiment of Florida Mounted Volunteers, commanded by Samuel
St. G. Rogers, ordered into the service of the United States
by the President from the 20th Day of July 1857 for the term
of six months. On 20 July 1857 at Madison Co. Court House,
Capt. N. P. Willard certified the muster of the Companay to be
true and accurate. Capt. E. L. Kilbourne(?) also certified
the muster to be accurate.

Nathan P. WILLARD, Capt. age 48.
Lucius A. CHURCH, 1st Lt., age 26.
Henry M. SUTTON, 2nd Lt., age 21.
Thomas J. COBB, 1st Sgt., age 24.
James MULKEY, Sgt., age 22.
John POPWELL, Sgt., age 40.
Christopher B. BRINSON, Sgt, age 25.
Charles W. CALHOUN, Corpl., age 18.
William T. SCOTT, Corpl., age 30.
Boaz W. MOSELEY, Corpl., age 22.
John STUBBS, Corpl., age 26.
Handsford A. COCHRANE, Farrier, age 30.

PRIVATES

1. ATKINS, Geo. W., 21. 29. LEE, Farmer, 45.
2. AARON, William, 21. 30. LAMB, Joseph D., 18.
3. AUSTINE, Thomas, 23. 31. McCOY, Strine, 23.
4. AYRES, Ira, 22. 32. McGILL, Alexander, 21.
5. ALEXANDER, Hugh, 24. 33. MILLER, James, 21.
6. BARNETT, Thomas, 22. 34. MURDOCH, John L., 23.
7. BARNETT, James, 18. 35. McCOKER, Archibald, 23.
8. BOYETT, John, 18. 36. McLEOD, Stephen A., 21.
9. BELL, Duncan, 21. 37. NEWMAN, Dixon, 40.
10. BENJAMIN, Henry, 27. 38. NEWMAN, Patrick, 30.
11. BOYETT, Geo. W., 21. 39. PATTERSON, Donald, 20.
12. BELL, Patrick, 21. 40. PARROTT, Wm. C., 23.
13. BELL, John, 21. 41. PATTERSON, Andrew E., 18
14. BRIDGEMAN, Geo. W., 20. 42. REDD, George T., 27.
15. BROWN, Jas. A. M., 22. 43. ROWELL, Henry, 23.
16. COCKRANE, Wm. P., 21. 44. REYNOLDS, Andrew J., 19.
17. CONE, Edward C., 29. 45. SANDERS, James R., 20.
18. DUNNAWAY, Wm. H., 25. 46. SHORES, Franklin, 22.
19. DICKERSON, James, 56. 47. SHORTRIDGE, George, 21.
20. DICKERSON, Edward N., 25. 48. SEVER, Benjamin, 32.
21. DENNIS, Benj. F., 19. 49. SESSIONS, George A., 23.
22. DIXON, James, 18. 50. THOMPSON, James J., 21.
23. EDWARDS, Anderson, 27. 51. TENSON, William, 25.
24. FLYNN, William D., 22. 52. VAUGHAN, Jonathan, 23.
25. GIBSON, James, 25. 53. WEBB, Jackson, 18.
26. HUGHEY, John A., 21. 54. WATTS, Richard, 22.
27. HAMILTON, John, 20. 55. WILLIAMS, Sam'l H., 21.
28. JENKINS, Chester, 21. 56. WHITALL, Emanuel, 27.









Vol. 10, pp 119-120, PRIVATES, cont'd

57. WATTS, James B., 21.
58. WEBB, Fenton, 20.
59. WILLIAMS, James W., 27.


VOLUME 10, PAGES 121-122

Muster Roll of Captain John S. Williams' Company of the 2nd
Regiment, 2nd Brigade of Florida Militia, commanded by Col.
J. S. Sanchez, ordered into service of the United States by
Brig. Gen'l James M. Hernandez from the 10th day of December
1835 to the 20th day of February 1836. All company members
enrolled at Matanzas by General Hernandez. The muster was
certified as true and accurate on 16 July 1836 at St. Augus-
tine, E.F. by V. R. Dupont, 1st Lt. commanding the company;
also certified by R. A. Kirby, Major, US Army, Inspector and
Mustering Officer.

John S. WILLIAMS, Captain; 1 servant; absent.
Virgil? DUPONT, 1st Lieut., 1 servant.
A. H. KING, 2nd Lieut., 1 servant.
James PELLICER, 3rd Lieut., 1 srvant.
John T. WILLIAMS, 1st Sergt.
Abraham BESSENT, 2nd Sergt.

William S. DANIELS, Private
Antonio PELLICER,
John SENATE?
Matthew LONG, Private; never did duty or joined company.
Joseph LONG, I


VOLUME 10, PAGES 123-124


Muster Roll of Captain Richarad F. Withers' Company of the 5th
Regiment, 1st Brigade of Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by
Brig. General Leigh Reid, ordered into service of the United
States by Gov. R. K. Call from the 28th day of March 1837 to
the 28th day of June 1837. At Quincy, Fla., on 1 March 1838
the muster was certified as true and accurate by Capt. R. F.
Withers and by D. H. Vinton, Asst. Quartermaster & Inspector
and Mustering Officer.

WITHERS, Richard F., Capt.
JOHNSTON, James J., 2nd Lt.
GILCHRIST, Alexander A., 1st Sgt.
SADBURY, Richard, 2nd Sgt.

Continued next page:









Vol. 10, pp 123-124, cont'd

PRIVATES

BUIE, William LEWIS, Pierce
BUTLER, Levi LOTT, William
EBBY, Frederick MORE, William T. C.
ETHRIDGE,_? _,died 4/13. NEWTON, James
FLETCHER, Zeberk PATTERSON, Daniel
FAIR, James SMITH, David
HOLLIGEN, Littleberry STRICKLAND, John
HOWARD, John VICKERS, Zekiel
INMAN, Edward WEEKS, Willim
JONES, James S. TOWNSEND, Daniel
KING, George W.
KOUNCE?, James
LONG, Robt. A.
LOVE, Daniel


VOLUME 10, PAGES 125-126

Muster Roll of Captain Withers' Company of the 5th Regiment,
2nd Brigade of Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Col.
Dupont, ordered into service of the United States by General
Taylor from the 31st day of July 1838 to the 15th day of Aug.
1838. Company enrolled at Quincy, Fla., by Capt. Withers.
At Quincy, Fla. on9 March 1838 the muster was verified as true
and accurate by J. Withers, Captain, and S. P. Heintelman,
Capt., Inspector & Mustering Officer.

John WITHERS, 1st Lieut. William CAMPBELL, Corp.
Jones WILDER, 2nd Lieut. William GIBSON, Corp.
J. FERGUSON, Sgt. W. C. BAINS, Corp.
John PENNEY, Sgt.
Robt. WHITE, Sgt.

PRIVATES

YONGE, C HALL, J. C.
WOODBURY, Samuel HARLEY, A.
ARNOLD, A. HEXT, B.
BALL, B. HENRY, William
BUTLER, C. JOHNSON, David A.
BURNLEY, J. B. KYLE, Christopher
BABB, J. G. LESLIE, Neil
CURRY, E. MUSE, J. H.
DENNIS, Geo. McBRIDE, Albert
DICKSON, John McBRIDE, Milton
DILWORTH, William McRAE, James
FILLGAN (FILLGAW?), Oscar McCOMBS, J.
GEE, John QUATTLEBAUM, Sam'l
GUY, Lewis RICHARDS, Benjamin
HOLT, E. T. SMITH, Benjamin









Vol. 10, pp 125-126, PRIVATES, cont'd

SHEPARD, Alfred WARN, Thomas
SADBURY, Richard WILDER, Daniel
STRANGE, James WILLIAMS, Edward
THOMAS, William WILDER, J. H.


VOLUME 10, PAGES 127-128

Muster Roll of Captain J. Withers' Company of the 5th Regiment
2nd Brigade oof Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Colonel
Dupont, ordered into service of the United States by Major
Dearborn from the 2nd day of August 1838 to the ? day of Aug.
1838; enrolled by Capt. Withers at Quincy, Fla., for 5 days.
Muster certified at Quincy on 9 March 1839 by J. Withers, com-
manding the company and by Capt. L. P. Heintzelman, Inspector
& Mustering Officer

John WITHERS, 1st Lieut. James H. GIBSON, Sergeant.

PRIVATES

J. R. HARRIS Jas. P. JOHNSON
Milton McBRIDE Geo. MORISEY
John PENNEY Wm. MUNROE
R. H. M. DAVIDSON N. ROGERS
Robert WHITE Benjamin SMITH
William ATWATER Jones WILDER
John G. BABB B. C. WEST
J. A. FILLYARD Thomas WARN
J. FERGUSON Walter YONGE
William GIBSON Thomas SMITH
John GEE Benjamin WILSON


VOLUME 10, PAGE 129

Muster Roll of the Detachment of Mounted Florida Volunteers
under comannd of Capt. A. J. T. Wright, called into special
service of the state of Florida by order of the governor of
said state from the 28th day of April 1856 to the 17th day of
May AD 1856. The muster was certified to be true and accur-
ate by Capt. Arthur J. T. Wright.

1. Arthur J. T. WRIGHT, Captain.
2. Franklin RAULERSON, 1st Lieutenant
3. Donald TOMPKINS, 1st Sergeant.
4. Reuben H. CHARLES, 2nd Sergeant.
5. William 0. TISON, 1st Corporal.
6. Robert J. BIGLOW, 2nd Corporal.
7. Henry HARRINGTON, Bugler.
8. William BRYANT, Ferrier.









Vol. 10, Page 129, cont'd

PRIVATES

9. J. W. M. TOMPKINS 17. Creon? S. BLACKSHEAR
10. Elijah R. TUCKER 18. Daniel A. MORGAN
11. Thomas J. GANN 19. Alexander MARTIN
12. John CREWS 20. William YEARTY
13. Angus HALL 21. John MILLER
14. Jones CURRY 22. George W. SMITH
15. Clayton HARGROVES 23. James S. TURNER
16. George DURANCE


VOLUME 10, PAGE 130

Muster Roll of Captain A. J. T. Wright's Company No. 1 of
Mounted Volunteers in the service of the State of Florida by
order of the governor from the 18th day of May 1856 to the
30th day of September 1856. The company was mustered into
service by Col. M. Whit Smith. The muster was certified to be
true and accurate by the signatures of Capt. Arthur J. T.
Wright, Capt. H_? T. Smith, and Col. M. Whit Smith.

1. A. J. T. WRIGHT, Capt., horse died 31 May; remounted im-
mediately; resigned 1 Aug. 1856.
2. Augustus R. BEXLEY, 1st Lieut.; resigned 7/26/1856.
3. William J. MICKLER, 2nd Liieut.; resigned 9/12/1856.
4. Donald TOMPKINS, 1st Sgt.; elected 1st Lieut. 7/29/1856.
5. Alexander H. MARTIN, 2nd Sgt., resigned 7/29/1856.
6. William TISON, 3rd Sgt.
7. Thomas SURRENCY, 4th Sgt., accidentally shot & badly
wounded 6/2/1856.
8. Augustus HALL, 1st Corp.
9. Thomas J. GREEN, 2nd Corp.; horse condemned & shot at Ft.
Brooke 6/19/1856; remounted immediately.
10. William FRASER, 3rd Corporal.
11. Simon TISON, 4th Corporal.
12. Levi M. G. WRIGHT, Bugler.
13. William BRYANT, Ferrier.

PRIVATES

14. ALFORD, Jason Z. S. 24. CHARLES, Reubin H.
15. BLACKSHER, Ci_? S. 25. CANNON, James
16. BIGLOW, Robert J., appt. 26. DURANCE, George
Asst Surgeon 7/5/1856. 27. FRASER, John C., elected
17. BRYAN, William P. 2nd Sgt 8/5/1856.
18. BRYAN, John M. 28. GOODBREAD, William,
19. BROWN, Benjamin elected 2nd Lt. 9/13/
20. BEASLEY, Isaiah 1856.
21. BROWN, James F. 29. GARRETT, Charney, elect-
22. BRANNEN, Alvin ed 1st Sgt. 7/29/1856;
23. BENTON, David resigned 9/12/1856.










Vol. 10, Page 130, PRIVATES, cont'd

30. GRISS?, William H. 59. REWIS, Obediah
31. HERBERT, George S., on ex- 60. RAWLS, William
tra duty in Company. 61. SMITH, George W.
32. HARVIL, William, deserted 62. STANALAND, Dempsey
28 June 1856. 63. SUGGS, Lorenzo D., elec-
33. HARIET, Joseph ted Captain 8/1/1856.
34 HUNTER, Henry 64. SMITH, Henry
35. HUNTER, Archibald 65. SLAUGHTER, Charles S.
36. HARLLEE, William B. 66. SLAUGHTER, MOSES H., on
37. HARGROVES, Clayton extra duty in company.
38. HAMILTON, John G. 67. STAPLETON, Francis
39. IVY, James L. 68. SUMMERALL, Henry, horse
40. JEFFREYS, Joseph A. died in August.
41. JOHNS, James B. 69. SLAUGHTER, William H.
42. JARRALD, David 70. SMITH, James M. W.
43. KEEN, John, appt. 4th Sgt. 71. SMITH, John
9/12/1856. 72. TURNER, James S., Elisha
44. KEEN, Noah GIBSON entered as his
45. KEEN, Thomas substitute 6/3/1856.
46. KEEN, Harris, died 8/22/56, 73. TURNER, Cornelius C.
remounted immediately. 74. WRIGHT, Levi
47. KEEN, Humphrey 75. WILKERSON, Robert
48. KEEN, Randall 76. WILKERSON, Daniel, appt.
49. LEMACK, James H. 1st Sgt 9/12/1856.
50. MILLER, John, on extra 77. WALKER, James R., died 9
duty in the Company. Sept. 1856.
51. MICKLER, John H., Jr. 78. WARNER, Francis
52. MICKLER, John C. 79. YEARTY, William, disc'd
53. MICKLER, Peter T. for disability 8/1/56.
54. MICKLER, John H., Sr. 80. V_?_, John
55. OGLESBY, Josiah
56. POWELL, Lewis
57. ROBERTS, Reuben L.
58. REWIS, Robert D., died
9/9/1856.


VOLUME 10, PAGES 131-132

Muster Roll of Captain Hez. Wood's Company of the 11th Regi-
ment, 2nd Brigade of Florida Militia, commanded by Col. Wood,
ordered into service of the United States by Gov. R. K. Call
from the 16th day of June 1837 to the 16th day of August 1837.
Company was enrolled at St. Joseph's by Col. Wood. The muster
was certified to be true and accurate on 16 Aug. 1837 by Hez.
R. Wood. The other officer's certification is illigible.

Hez. R. WOOD, Captain
George L. HAWKINS, 1st Lieut., wounded 19th July.
Robert MYERS, 2nd Lieut., wounded 19th July.
James WALLACE, 1st Sgt.
Wm. A. McKNIGHT, 2nd Sgt.










Vol. 10, pp 131-132, cont'd


Mathew LALLY, 3rd Sgt. *Thomas M. WHALEY, 2nd Corp.
John EVERITT, 4th Sgt. Thomas E. GRAY, 3rd Corp.
Charley HAYGOOD, 1st Corp. John ENDERMAN, 4th Corp.
*wounded 19th July

PRIVATES

ARMSTRONG, William MONTAGUE, G. B.
ALLEY, William McKINNON, Neil
ADAMS, B. K. MASSEOVITCH, Mateo
BROWN, Charly MULRINE, John
BOWIE, J. B. MORRISON, John B.
CLARK, J. H., killed PENN, James P.
19 July, ROBINSON, Jno. R.
COUCH, George REBORIO, Antonio
CASEY, Patrick RUSSELL, John
CARROLL, Michael SLAUGHTER, p.
CALVERT, James SULIVAN, John
CATHLICE, Nicholas STUBB, Charly
DYER, R. W. THOMPSON, John
DEVAN, George TOBIN, William
DUDLEY, J? d? WATSON, James C.
DEVAN, Peter WHARF, j.
FRELAND, Watson
FOX, Macon
GRIFFITH, J. W.
GOLDWAIT, Benjamin
LESLIE, Thomas
LANNIN, Michael
L ? George
McDONAHOUGHM, Patrick
NcCARDELL, Thomas
MURRINA, Alphonso, wounded
19th July


VOLUME 10, PAGE 133

Muster Roll of the Detachment of Florida Mounted Volunteers
under command of Lieut. Robert Youngblood, and attached to
Captain A. J. T. Wright's Company, on special duty in the
service of the State of Florida; mustered into service by
order of the Governor on the 18th day of May 1856 to continue
in service for the trm of six months unless sooner discharged.
This detachment was mustered by Col.M. Whit Smith and was dis-
charged 30 Sept. 1856. Muster certified as true and accurate
by L. T. Robt. Youngblood and M. Whit Smith, Colonel.

1. Robt. YOUNGBLOOD, 1st Lieut, commanding Detachment.
2. Asa CLARK, Jr., 2nd Lieut., resigned 8/2/1856.
3. Asa H. HARRISON, 1st Sergt.










Vol. 10, Page 133, cont'd

4. Jerome H. JONES, 2nd Sgt.
5. Richard BUCK, 3rd Sgt.
6. Jackson GILBERT, 4th Sgt.
7. George SHARP, 1st Corp.
8. George DYESS, 2nd Corp.
9. Wm. R. WILLIAMSON, 3rd Corp.
10. James WIMBLE, 4th Corp.

PRIVATES

11. Ransom CASON 30. Cornelius JOHNS
12. Wm. HALBROOK 31. Buck JOHNS
13. Rich'd W. PARKER 32. Francis SHEPERD
14. Berry BIRD 33. James L. PAGE
15. George DIERS 34. James H. MARTIN
16. Henry BENTON 35. John E. CLARK
17. John HAZEL 36. James TURNER
18. Lewis CARLTON 37. Henry SCHLAIRRED?
19. James MORE 38. Wm. P. DENISON
20. James KIRTLIN 39. J. W. DENISON
21. James C. KILLEBREW 40. Wm. ?
22. John JONES 41. Isaiah THOMAS
23. John W. ADKINS 42. Ezekiel THOMAS
24. Jerry JOHNS 43. James W. THOMAS
25. Levi W. C. JOHNS 44. James T. WEEKS
26. A. J. TYNER 45. Stephen BRIDGES
27. Wm.F. BARRY 46. Rodrick MORRISON
28. John HAMILTON 47. Bricky? STOKES
29. Francis SANCHEZ 48. John ADAMS



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