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Title: Miscellaneous documents Florida military history
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Bay Vista Campus Library (1982) *State Library of Florida (1968)
Documents Department Documents Section
Florida International University R. A. Gray Building
North Miami, Florida 33181 Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0250

Brevard County Library System (1968) Stetson University (1968)
308 Forrest Avenue Dupont-Ball Library
Cocoa, Florida 32922-7781 Deland, Florida 32720-3769

Broward County Division of Libraries (1968) Jacksonville University (1968)
100 South Andrews Avenue Carl S. Swisher Library
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301 University Blvd., North
Jacksonville, Florida 32211
*Central Florida Regional Lib. System (1972)
15 Southeast Osceola Avenue *Tampa-Hillsborough County (1968)
Ocala, Florida 32671 Public Library System
900 North Ashley Street
*Florida Atlantic University (1968) Tampa, Florida 33602
P. O. Box 3092 *University of Central Florida (1968)
Boca Raton, Florida 33431 Library
Post Office Box 25000
*Florida International University (1971) Orlando, Florida 32816-0666
Documents Section
Tamiami Campus Library Tamiami Trail *University of Florida Library (1968)
Miami, Florida 33199 Documents Department
Gainesville, Florida 32611
*Florida State University Library (1968)
Documents Maps Division *University of Miami Library (1968)
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Jacksonville, Florida 32202-3374 *University of North Florida Library
Documents Division (1971)
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Ft. Myers, Florida 33901-3989
*University of South Florida (1968)
*Miami-Dade Public Library System (1968) Library Special Collections
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Northwest Regional Library System (1968) University of West Florida (1968)
25 West Government Street Documents John Pace Library
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Orange County Library District (1968) Volusia County Library Center (1990)
101 East Central Boulevard City Island
Orlando, Florida 32801 Daytona Beach, Florida 32114

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3748 Ninth Avenue, North 100 Clematis
St. Petersburg, Florida 33713 West Palm Beach, Florida 33401

1763 1784

July 21 Spain transferred Castillo de San Marcos to the British. The
latter garrison of St. Augustine consisted of 4 companies of
the 1st Regiment (then known as the Royals, later as the Royal
Scots) under Captain (Major?) John Hedges.

Charles L. Murat, East Florida as a British Province 1763-1784,
p.7, days the transfer of Castillo took place on July 20 and
gives Hedges' rank as Captain.

Governor Melchor Feliu of Florida to the crown, St. Augustine,
August 3, 1763, 8 folios, AGI 86-7-11/5, Stetson Collection,
says transfer of Castillo occurred July 21 and names Hedges
as Major.

July 30 The 9th Regiment under Major Francis Ogilvie arrived in St.
Augustine. By November 17, the 4 companies of the 1st had
been drafted into the 9th, and Hedges departed for England
(Murat, 7, and note 20, p.170).

August By this time St. Augustine had been designated as a British
Military station in North America, to consist normally of -
1 regiment of infantry
1 company, Royal Artillery
the "Civil Branch" of the ordnance, to consist in turn of-
a surgeon
an ordnance barrack master
a storekeeper
a "clerk of the survey and cheque"
an extra clerk
carpent rs
a blacksmith
1 or 2 royal engineers
the garrison staff, to consist in turn of -
a surgeon for the garrison hospital
surgeon's mate
fort adjutant and barracks master
a commissary for stores and provisions.
(Murat, 26; C.W.Alvord and C.E.Carter, The Critical Period
1763-1765, 14-17).

October ? Col. William Taylor of 9th Regiment, who for a time had been
acting brigadier in Pensacola, returned to the local command
in East Florida (Murat, 29; note 73, p.178).

1763 1784

1768 The British Government decided to reduce troops in North
America and to redistribute them, making St. Augustine the
main station in the Southern District and the headquarters
of a brigade, where the force of nearly three regiments
would be concentrated, two for use wherever needed in an
emergency. Only parts of the plan were carried into effect
before circumstances forced its abandonment. (Murat, 27).

1768 A regiment (the 21st?,31st,?) transferred from Pensacola to
St. Augustine; another,finding upon arrival that it must camp
out during the winter, availed itself of the alternative orders
to go on to Charleston. (Murat, 27).

April 13 General Gage recalled Col. Taylor to New York (Murat,30: Note 74,

April Brigadier General Frederick Haldimand, commanding the Southern
Brigade, transferred his headquarters from Pensacola to St.
Augustine. (Murat, 27).

Late The 9th Regiment sent home, but was replaced by the regiment
(the 21st?, 31st?) which in 1768 had gone to Charleston (Murat,27).

1770 General Haldimand returned the brigade headquarters to Pensacola,
April due to threat of Spanish attack from New Orleans, a danger re-
sulting from the Falkland Islands dispute. Reinforcements sent
to West Florida from St. Augustine. (Murat, 27,28).

Summer The total strength of the St. Augustine garrison was 641 men
belonging to the 21st Regiment, 6 companies 31st Regiment.
(Murat, 28).

By this time the disposition of the troops decided on in 1768
had been changed, and a revised plan was adopted in which St.
Augustine was to be the station for two regiments. This was
put into effect for a time, though. necessary shifts of companies
or regiments gave East Florida a garrison which was far from
stable. (Murat, 28).

August 31st Regiment sent to St. Vincent, West Indies, to help put
down the Carib insurrection. (Murat, 28).

September After this date, the St. Augustine garrison again consisted of a
single infantry unit, the 14th Regiment (Murat,28).

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Beginning The garrison of St. Augustine consisted of the 14th Regiment.
(Murat, 107).

July,September Two detachments from the 14th Regiment, under Captain Charles
Fordice; comprising 160 men, dispatched to Williamsburg,
Virginia, on orders from General Gage at urgent request of
Governor Dunmore. (Murat, 33, 107).

September The East Florida garrison consisted of -
98 rank anf file, 24 officers and other effective at St.
23 men at the different posts in the province; New Smyrna,
Matanzas, Cowford, the lookout house, and the St. Johns,
all belonging to the 14th Regiment and;
the small detachment of the Royal Artillery. (The detachment
was probably from Co No 7, 4th Bn, Royal Regiment of Artillery
(Duncan I, 261). (Murat, 108; Note 3, p.200).

December 3 companies of the 16th Regiment under Captain Colin Graham
arrived in St. Augustine from Pensacola (Murat,108).

February The Council discussed the proposition to establish a volunteer
company and a troop of light horses as militia, but the proclama-
tion prepared for the purpose was not then published.(Murat,109).

March Returns were received from the outlying districts, which showed
thatthere were 42 white inhabitants fit to bear arms on the
St. Mary's and Nassau Rivers, 53 on the St. Johns and 200 persons
between the ages of 16 and 50 at New Smyrna. (Murat,109).

April 6 companies, 3rd Bn, 60th Regiment, under Major Van Braam,
arrived in St. Augustine bringing a further increase to the
regular garrison. (Murat,10Q; Butler 1,208).

August 15 A proclamation was published ordering all loyal subjects to meet
and embody themselves under proper officers for the defense of
East Florida. The meeting place of the militia was to be the
statehouse, and the establishment was to consist of John Moultrie
as Colonel, Robert Bisset as Lieutenant Colonel and Benjamin Dodd
as Major. One captain, one lieutenant, 2 sergeants, 2 corporals,
and 25 private sentries were to make up each company. Two companies
were to be raised on the St. Johns, 4 at St. Augustine, one at New
Smyrna, and 4 black companies from elsewhere. This militia was
never properly mustered. (Murat, 109).
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September 8 By this date, 6 companies, 4th Bn, 60th Regiment commanded by
Colonel Augustine Prevost, had arrived so that altogether there
were in East Florida 3 companies of the 3d Bn and 6 companies
of the 4th, both made up largely of recruits from England and
Hanover, as, these battalions had only been revived at the out-
break of the American Revolution. (Murat,108:Note 5,p.200;Butler
I, 208).

1776 By the end of the year, the provincial corps known as the East
Florida Rangers had been;organized by Governor Patrick Tonyn.
The commander was Thomas'Brown, who had been tarred and feathered
and forced to leave his plantation near Augusta, Georgia for his
Tory principles. The Rangers consisted ultimately of some 130
men, both inhabitants of'East Florida and refugees from Georgia
and Carolina, engaged to serve for 3 years and organized in 4
companies. They received their clothing, provisions, and one
shilling a day, but provided their own horses. Brown was given
by Tonyn the rank of lieutenant colonel; the'staff under him
consisted of a major, 4 captains, 4 lieutenants, one surgeon and
his mate, besides a paymaster and commissary. (Murat,110).

Early Lt. Col. James .'ark Prevost with 3 weak companies (2 other officers,
82 NCOs and men) of the 2nd Bn, 60th Regiment arrived in St. Aug-
ustine (Butler I, 208-209).

April Col. Augustine Prevost was promoted to brigadier general and given
command of the troops in East Florida. The command of the 4th Bn,
60th Regiment, devolved on its Lieutenant Colonel, Lewis V. Fuser.
(Murat, 108; Butler I, 209,353).

Later The 5 companies of the 14th Regiment,under Major Furlong, remaining
in St. Augustine departed for New York (Butler I, 298,299,303).

1778 Sometime during the year, the provincial corps, the Royal North
Carolina Regiment, commanded by Lt. Colonel John Hamilton, was
formed at St. Augustine. It was later to provide part of the
garrison of East Florida in 1782 and 1783, af ter the evacuation
of the regulars'. (Murat,112).

1778 Sometime during the year, another provincial corps, the Scopholites,
led by Col. Scovel or Scophol, some 500 or 600 strong, arrived in
East Florida. This body was an outgrowth of the Regulator movement
of the South Carolina back country in pre-revolutionary days. The
men had assembled near Ninety-Six,crossed the Savannah River, and
joined by a party from Georgia marched into Florida. They took part
in the British operations of 1778 but subsequently left East Florida.
(Murat, 112).


June By this time, Lt. Col. James Mark Prevost had reorganized the
South Carolina Royalists, another provincial corps. They were
a body of 350 men, many of them Palatines, who had with great
difficulty made their way from the back country of South Carolina
to St. Augustine. Here they had petitioned to be formed into a
provincial force according to arrangements previously made by
Lord William Campbell, the ,ast royal governor of South Carolina.
Their Lieutenant Colonel was Joseph Robinson, their Colonel being
Alexander Innes, the Inspector General of the provincial forces in
America, who was at headquarters in New York. James Penman was
the agent for receiving and disbursing their pay. (Murat, 112;
Butler,I, 303 gives their unit organization).

November General Augustine Prevost received orders to march with all
available troops upon Savannah. He left St. Augustine with about
900 officers and men -
the grenadiers (5 officers, 77 NCOs and men) 2nd Bn,60th Regiment
4 officers and 100 NCOs and men, 3rd Bn, 60th
11 Officers and 223 NCOs and men, 4th Bn, 60th
3 companies 16th Regiment
East Florida Rangers
South Carolina Royalists
A few men, Royal Artillery, from Co No 7, 4th Bn, Royal Regiment
of Artillery (Butler, I, 210,306,309).(Duncan I, 261).
Only 4 companies under Major Glasier left in St. Augustine.
(Murat, 123).

January 9 Fort Sunbury, 20 miles south of Savannah, captured by Prevost's
force (Butler 1,211).

January 17 Prevost reached Savannah which had already been captured by another
British force. Lt. Col. Fuser subsequently sent back to St. Aug-
ustine, to command in East Florida.(Butler I, 211,311).(Murat,123).

May After conquest of Georgia, the East Florida Rangers had thereby
become unnecessary. This date Tonyn wrote that the Rangers were
no longer to be considered as attached to East Florida and might
be taken into the King's service. They were then reconstituted
into a provincial regiment of infantry under the name of King's
Rangers, and Prevost requested that their officers might have
provincial rank from the date of their former commissions, and
especially recommended Brown; however, as late as January, 1783,
Brown was complaining that his commission and that of his fellow
officers had never been confirmed.(Murat, 112).
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1763 1784

Sept 16 'Successful British defense of Savannah against the Americans
Oct 9 (Butler 1, 214-8). Some of the men of the 60th Regiment were
subsequently sent back to St. Augustine (Murat,108).

January Death of Lt. Col. Fuser in St. Augustine. Command in East
Florida devolved on Major (later Lt. Col) Beamsley Glazier,
4th Bn, 60th Regiment (Murat, 108).

May 1 The troops in East Florida numbered, besides commissioned,
noncommissioned officers and drummers, 454, including 3 companies
of the 60th Regiment. 36 were detached at the Bluff on the
St. Johns, Mosquito, Matanzas and the lookout house (Murat, 108;
Note 9, p.200).

1781 Sometime during the year, the 4 companies, 4th Battalion, 60th
Regiment, which has been captured at Mobile on March 14, 1780,
arrived in St. Augustine, having been taken to Vera Cruz and
Habana.(Butler I, 221-222).

1781 Sometime during the year, the portions of the 3d Battalion, 60th
Regiment, which had been at the fall of Pensacola, arrived in
St. Augustine.(Butler I, 225).
April 4 The C in C North America ordered to withdraw from New York,
Charleston and Savannah and.use own discretion regarding disposition
of garrison in St. Augustine. (Murat, 135).

October The 60th Regiment had departed from East Florida. Replaced by the
King's Rangers (formerly East Florida Rangers), a loyal NC regiment,
a loyal SC regiment, and small detachment of Royal Artillery under
Lt. Henry Abbott. The command in East Florida fell upon Lt. Col.
Archibald McArthur of the 60th. (Murat, 108-109, 138).

November 1 The monthly return showed 490 effective from the provincial
regiments and 46 gunners.(Murat, 138).

January Lt. Col. McArthur was given the rank of Brigadier General in
command of headquarters, Southern District after the evacuation
of Charleston, which had been district headquarters since 1780.
(Murat, 109; Note 16, p.200).

January 20 Preliminaries of peace indicated cession of East Florida to Spain.
(Murat 140-141.)
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April 21 Proclamation in St. Augustine announcing cession.(Murat, 142).

September 19 Definite treaty of peace between Great Britain, France and Spain.
By Art. 5, East Florida ceded to Spain and 18 months allowed for
British to remove people, artillery, and government property.
(Murat, 141).

Fall Over half the provincial troops were discharged at St. Augustine,
and the remainder accepted the alternative offer of transportation
to the Bahamas or Nova Scotia before receiving discharges.
(Murat, 143).

October To check dangerous robberies, Tonyn raised two troops of horses.
(Murat, 143).

November 20 3 companies, (150 men), 37th Regiment arrived at St. Augustine
from New York.(Murat 143; note 51, p.208).

March Dr. Schoepf visited St. Augustine.(Murat, 143).

Spring Tonyn received dispatch of Dec 4, 1783, containing definite
orders for the evacuation of East Florida.(Murat, 144).

May 6 Proclamation in St. Augustine ordering inhabitants to apply
for evacuation before May 29. (Murat, 144).

June 27 The Spanish Governor,to be Vincente Manuel de Cespedes, arrived
at St. Augustine. (Murat, 145).

July 12 The transfer by Governor Tonyn of Castillo de San Marcos to
Governor Cespedes ended the British regime and began Spanish
rule. (Murat, 145).

August 12 Gen. McArthur, the 3cos. of the 37th Regiment, and the detachment
of the Royal Artillery departed from St. Mary's for Providence.
(Murat, 143).

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February 20 Tonyn had fixed this as the day of the final sailing of the
transports from St. Mary's, whence most of the evacuation was
carried out but he asked that representations might be made to
the Spanish Court for an extension of the time which would
expire on March 19. Eventually this was granted, prolonging
the term until July 19, 1785. (Murat, 146).

April Tonyn reported that ,no British planter remained in the country,
that about 10,000 souls had already left on the transports and
that over 4,000 had passed into the mountains in the interior
parts of America. Many had gone to the Bahamas.(Murat, 146).

August 10,29 Tonyn, on board H.M. armed ship Cyrus in the port of St. Mary's
reported that the evacuation being complete he was leaving in a
few days. (Murat, 146; Note 67, p.208).

September 11 The Cyrus set sail but forced back by weather, was damaged into
uselessness. (Murat, 147).

November 10 Tonyn wrote his last letter at St. Mary's. (Murat 147).

January 11 From Portsmouth, Tonyn reported his arrival from East Florida
after a passage of 53 days. (Murat, 174).

The complete citation for sources other than Murat are:

Lewis Butler and Stewart Hare, The Annals of the King's Royal Rifle Corps,
Francis Duncan, History of the Royal Regiment of Artillery, 2 Vols.(London:

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Pensacola GCeatte May 13, 1837
It will be seen by the subjoined extract of a lettefI om the
county JoinUg this that some elm is still felt ad ther concern.
ing the fuitive Indaens known to be lurking in that reighborhoo4
Governor Call ws1 early informed of the stato of things n sting

subdue the Indians or drive them away, The militia of Jackone Cmount
have, we awdes tanD,'en ordered out, and full powers !ree given to
Colonel Jackson h rton aof thie county to raise such efoce ber end
in Walton and tfshington Countles,R aa mfgh might em necessary a' t
service. Such is, however the total want of organisation in the
militia that we fear that little can be don, eoven by Colonel U1, who
could do more toward organiing such a force nthan y other man in
the county We regret to say that his health is sh as preedes
the possibility of his heading Oay rorce which might be raised.
"Uchae Valley, Iay 1, 1837
We have glooew times in this necirhtorhood, ,a are literally
surroeaded by Indians, their spies have been discovered in fferent
parts of this neighborhood, An Indian was seen yests at
M'esaea d j nJ beather was seen est ereay at P E ad's.
Our scouts by their exertasio, yo atis ton
D3ndy reOe yesterday wrnioMS nd ariOd U spfSB e. vs
tral 'i4;ic. MM tat me"
BSabtthed by the Indians on Gcna Creek. The day before we found
them, we had an engagfeent with the Indians on 0an Creek about a
mile and a half from whaer the murders were conm.ittad. We killed
one and took two prisoners. One of the prisoners was a equawr
John L. I'Kinnon was along he took the squaw in charge and carried
her iome withi himie, and two days late arhe got away frtm bim. She
is able to give the Indians auch infosration concerning the situa-
tion of our settlement, she having pessod directly through it,
%till be to the Indians an efficient guide.
I think it will require en army and a summer campaign to get
theo Idians out, of Walton County,. I conversed last Saturday with
a genstman io was with? Pelbura in the great figt t with the Indians
on Pea 'livbir.' 1 e ays there were about 300 of 'thcip who made titir
soeape and in being pursued only 15 were overtakfeo .n their way to
Florida, I have not the least doubt. that from every information
tortisy of Iredtt,'; 'thee ar" folr 'or five hUndred Idiantiti aad
upon .the border of the county. The bodies of dito Andersen,
,ichael Vaughan and old telson iwere assacred in a nuor teo shock.-.
,tng. to describe. They vere shot through' atvariusa place and each
one of them scalped. I fbar that unles we get aid, in this county,
that thoe UtUation of the peoplotrwll be truly dangerous."

Continued (Pen. Cas. May 13, 1837)
Since the foregoing was in type we have heard that the
Jackson County militia were to mareh on the 5th.and to be at
?allet~s Landing on the Mth. Governor Call has ordered from
this place 20,000 rations and lor~e camp equippag eeetc for
the troops that may assemble there.
In the meantime we would remark that there is not the
slightest reason to apprehend any danger to those who may have
occasion to travel through the country upon the mail route. It
must be always borne in mind that the Indians are fugitives,
flying from the face of the white wmn wherever found. The only
danger is that in attempting to kill the cattle or seize the
provisions of the white settlers he awy be involved in conflicts
which end in blood. Ue say this, not because we are not fully
impressed with the necessity of driving the Indians away, but in
order to quiet the groundless apprehensions of persons abroad.
The mail boat which arrived yesterday brought intelligence
from MallettW Landing that the Alabama troops had an engagement
on Gum Creek with the fugitives on Sunday last, about ten miles
from the place where Anderson and Vaughp were killed. This is
about twenty miles from Alaqiu. Sixteen of the Indians were
killed and two made prisoners. .The nruber of Indians is ascertained
from the prisoners to be 157* The Jackson County troops had not
arrived at alletfYs Landing when the boat loft but were later
expected. A depot of provisions has been eatabliahed there

ATl3QTIB IIITE MA1PS JURDME4. iWe learn by the mail boat from
Falletts Landin that on the 11th instant a friendly Indian named
Jim, who has been known by the inhabitants there for twelve year
past, was most barbariously murdered by a party of lawless whites.
These "heroes" are supposed to have been drunk ven thy prperated
this outrage they are the very last persons to go out with their
neighbors against the hostile Indians and expend their heroism upon
those who are inoffensive and friendly. It is high time that these
unnrincipled wretches should be made to pay with their lives the
penalty of thus violating the loas of the land and shedding human
blood. The Indian, when friendly and peaceable, is as amch entitled
to the protection of our laws as the best man in the coasa~ity. We
understand that Jim had always been of great service to the whites
as a goide, interpreter, etc.


Pensacola Gazette May 20, 1837
The following is a letter from Governor Call to a friend in
this city, written in answer to a comwrunication announcing to
Governor C the outrages committed in Walton County by the fugitive
Creeks.n The letter is dated

"Tallehassee 11th Pay 1837
I have received your letter of the 26th informing me of
the distressed condition of West Florida. I had previously
received the same intelligence and of even more recent and
Hd disastrous occurrences, the indiscriminate amrder of a whole
Q "J~'family, the father, mother and eight children. I immediately
'ordered 100 men to march from Jackson County and adopted other
measures of which I advised you by the last mail. On the 7th
t4 ?^> I4 (instant I informed General Jesfl by an express boat of the
recent murders in 'Waton County but I have no hope whatever
of receiving any assistance from him, as you may conceive from
the following extract of a letter I received from him dated
18th of April. In speaking of a message which he had received
from the chief of the Miausucky band, promising to restrain his
warriors end join iecanopy at Tampa, he says, *Row far he is
to be trusted is doubtful. Vy own opinion is, if our forces
are diminished, they will give themselves no further trouble
to execute the engagements. I shall be obliged to select
healthy positions for the troops during the summer if such
positions can be found in Florida. I an extremely doubtful
whether the emigration can be effected. The chiefs are sincere
but they cannot control their people.'
I have another letter from him, dated on the 2nd, in which
he says but little on the subject, but the officer by whom it
was sent informed me that when he left Tastaka Tampa, including
men, women children and negroes, there were only about 160
of the Semndoles enrolled for emigration. There were 20 vessels
waiting for the emigrants others had left there because they
could not be employed. In the state of things, we cannot hope
for assistance from General Jesaup. Before the letter mentioned
above left Tampa, Cantain -__ had arrived and made known
our situation and this officer (Lt. Lockwood), the bearer of the
letter of the 26 ult., was on his way to Port Mitchell to
inquire into the situation of the Indians.
You will this perceive we are left to rely on our ova
resources. Every effort in my power shall be made to meet the
emergency and if our citizens stand to their arms I have no
doubt of our success. I have offered Col. Morton command of
the district west of Jackson County. If he accepts, of which
I am to be informed tonight, I shall have my confidence in his
efficiency, but, if necessary, I shell repair In person to the
scene of the danger.
The militia of your county should be ifuediately organized
and I will promptly commission such officers as they may elect.


Pensacola Gazette May 27, 1837
The follow4i~ is a letter to the editor. T
"La Grange, May 21st, 1837
jDear Sir: On the day before yesterday, 53 of the citizens
of this county under the comirmnd of Caotain ',Kinnon rat with
Sa body of Indiana on Black Creek, about 16 miles from this
3 place, and after a fight of a few minutes the Indians fled,
S. leaving five of their number- dead and one prisoner, a child
s ix or eight years old. The whites escaped snhurt, with the
exception of Mr. Enos Evans h who was dangerously wounded though
I hopes are entertained of his recovery. The skirmish took place
In a swamp and but seven or our men had an opportunity to fire,
Sfiv of which took effect, which is pretty conclusive evidence
That our Walton boys understand the use of the rifle.
It is with deep regret that I have to add that yesterday
morning Mrs. Lawrence was killed at the Cowford by the Indians.
A party of our men left here this morning for the purpose of
II burySla her,
Very respectfully, etc."
Another letter dated
"La Grange, May 23d
Col. Brown had an affair with the Indians this morning on
S Alaqua Creek about 5 miles from this place in which 12 Indians
were killed and tea taken prisoners. The whites received no
Injury. V1e have further information on the subject. It is
reported that the Indians killed all, or nearly all, were
Prisonerr! That there was but one man among the slain the
rest were women and ehildrena. We would fain hope that this is
not true.
'- Thel command of the forces now aserbled af.st the fugitive
SIndians has been assigned by Governor Call to Le'&Brown of
Jackson County. He called for two companies to be supplied by
4 this county. We learn from Black Water that one company has been
raised and that it is to be headed by Col. Jackson Morton. They
will march on the 3d of June. Will not this part of the county
complete the requisition of Colonel Broa? The force is to be
employed fifteen days only,

Peasacola Oasette June 10, 1837
The fugitive Creeks in our neighborhood are, like the
Seminoles, 'Slowly coming int. This phrase, used in this sense
and on this subject, convoys more meaning than would be usually
attached to it. It embraces whole volumes of wrong and outrage
and Uat tragedy which the Indian has suffered and which the
white man has inflicted insomuch that the wretched Indian knows
not who may be trusted or where to fly.
It will be recalled that in our last we mentioned that
Lt. Reynolds had gone among the fugitives and that much hope was
entertained that they might all be induced by him to come in. The
following is a letter from Lt. Reynolds to his friend here dated
Lagrange, 24 1837. It confirms the worst suspicions as to
the manner in trheich the twelve t:omen and children spoken of came
to their death.
"I have just returned from a two-dey scout west of this
place and could discover no recent signs of Indians being
within thirty miles in that direction for the last nine or ten
days. The Indians whom I have with me were under the impression,
from the direction the trail took, it was their intention to
make for Escrivan's Point, where doubtless they are at this
time. I have to request you to do me the favor to send word
to the old fellow to retain all who may come in at his place,
feeding them well, etc. He shall be re"zherated for his trouble.
It is my intention to visit Eserivan's so soon as my duties
shall have been finished in this vicinity.
Your surmise in relation to the murder of the 12 women and
children proves to be correct. On my route westward I was
necessarily obliged to pass the place where the murderous scene
was enacted. The spot was not more than fifteen feet in diameter,
I minutely examined the place and I am firmly of the opinion
that the poor devils were penned up and slaughtered like cattle
and such was the option of the friendly IndlyIndsn in company.
The shrieks of the poor children were distinctly heard at a
house, distant, I should think, one-quarter of a mile. Several
were scalped, and all who had earrings had their ear slit with
knives in order to possess themrlves of the silver, I do think
this one of the most outrageous acts civilized men could be
guilty of. Had the officer in command deemed proper to destroy
then before their surrender there would perhaps have been no
inhumanity in it but after a surrender, and passing a swamp
all but impassable as prisoners, to be murdered in cold blood
in the manner the scene indicates is worse than my imagination
could conceive.
I am about ertti setting out for the head of the bay
where I am told there are many Indians. I trust there are.
It is my purpose to visit every camp and you may be assured
every Indian within my reach will accompany me to mobile Point.*


Continued (Pen. Casette, June 10, 1837)
r. Reynolds returned to this place on V'ednesday last and
has gone vith his runners to Escrivan's 9 Point, wsrkxa where
he is to take the woods and -ndenvor to fid the lurking places
of the Indians. Nothing can now be done with them except in the
way proposed by Lieutenant R. They are so frightened by the worse
than severe cruelty and tragedy 's.hicb they have met with from is
the whites that they will be sure either to fight or flee whenever
they are approached by the whites in numbers.
In addition to the foregoing, we have been permitted to make
the following extract of an official communication from Lieutenant
R, dated Larange, 4th June, 1837. After reading it, who shall say
that the whites are not more savage than the Indiana!
"Last night a plot was formed by a man named Lawrence in
conjunction with a number of men who have been mustered into
service to YURDER M PARTI, This Lawrence is the man who lost
his wife by the supposed violence of the Indians. I was informed
of his and his party's intention at a late hour by a worthy
old man named Bush, who cautioned me to be on my guard; that an
attempt would be made to destroy my party.
I was located on the old steamboat lying beside the what -
I had my Indians abaft the wheelhouse. Bush kept watch on the
forecastle and I at the cabin door, determined to resist with
life any attempt of a hostile nature. Lawrence, by some means,
found out about my watchfulness and relinquished hil design.
I made an official call upon the commanding officer for the
arrest of all concerned with Lawrence and requested that a civil
action might be instituted against the latter."


Pensacola Gazette July 1, 1837
Ve publish the following letter because it is always right
to hear both sides. We would fain hope that the surmise of
L, Reynolds' informant as to the desigas of Lawrence and others
was incorrect. There would have been, in the attempt which is
supposed to have been meditated on the lives of Mr. Reynolds'
party, a degree of treachery scarcely ever heard of.

"LaGrange, 20 June 1837
To the Editor of the Gazette
:I notice in the Pensacola Gasette of the 10th instant an
extract of an official communications from Lieutenant Reynolds
dated 4 June 1837 in the words following, vis:
'Last night a plot was formed by a man named Lawrence in
conjunction with a number of men who have been mustered
into service to murder my party. This Lawrence is the
man who lost his wife by the supposed violence of the
Indians. I was informed of his and his party*e intention
at a late hour by a worthy old man named Eush, who cautioned
me to be on my guard; that an attempt would be made to
destroy my party.
'I was located on the old steamboat lying beside the whert.
I had my Indians abeft the wheelhouse. Bush kept watch on
the forecastle and I at the cabin door, determined to resist
with life any attempt of a hostile nature. Lawrence, by
some means, found out about my watchfulness and relinquished
his design. I made an official call upon the commanding
officer for the arrest of all concerned with Lawrence and
requested that a civil action might be instituted against
the letter.'
Late in the evening of the same day on which the above
extract was dated, I received a communication from Lt. Reynolds
of the same tenor with the above extract. I immediately went
to the worthyy old man Bush" anci requested him to give all
such information on the subject as would enable me to proceed
in the ease as requested by Lieutenant R; but the "worthy old
nan" seemed surprised beyond measure at my interrogation. .
declaring that he had never told Lieutenant Reynolds that a
"conspiracy was formed to destroy his party and perhaps his
own life."
There was no other person pointed out by Lieutenant
Reynolds from whom I could receive any information on the sub-
ject. When, however the thing was published I again called
upon Mr. Bush who, in the presence of several gentlemen of
high respectability, declared that, from the fact of his having
seen two men whispering to each other, he "surmised- that their


continued (Pen. Gasette, July 1, 1837)

intention was to destroy Lieutenant Reynolds' party of Indians,
Now, Mr. Editor, I know it to be the wish of every citizen
of this country that hostile Indians wcre removed from amonw
them, for they are still progressing with their nefarious
deeds. Vany of them are nearly ruined by them. After toiling
in the wilderness to make themselves comfortable homes, they
have been compelled to fly these homes with their families and
fly to soce place of safety, r.ny 'of those men Pre in the
service, their families live in snall shanties hastily erected,
suffering every inconvenience incident to such situations, and
while they are thus circumotanced aetSi the Indians plunder and
burn their dwellings. Is it then reasonable to suppose that
men thus circiustanced would raise their hands against any
gentleman and his party who came for the purpose of relievirn
them of the hostile Indiana? There is conething extraordinary
in the publication of Lt. Reynolds on this subject and the
concessions of Mr. Bush. The one ansa he was credibly informed
by Mr. Bush that a conspiracy was formed by a company of men
mustered into service, headed by man named Lawrence, to
murder the party of Indians. ?!any of the sme then at Lagrange
were in the service and are men of high standing, but there
seems to have been no distinction made, they are all implicated
with this foul charge, upon no other grounds then because a
"worthy old man" aaalisxtaixmanxhtsparadx sees two men ethsper-
ing and consequently surmises that they intend to murder
Lt. Reynolds and party of Indians.
(In the same column, just ahead of the above, mentioning Col. Browa~
general order for election of field officers in the militia of
Escambia, the following appears.)
On one side of us, then, we have 3,000 Creeks within two days'
travel. These people are supposed to be friendly, but who shall
confide in the friendliness of the Indian. They are cooped up
at Mobile Point in a -Wy by no means satisfactory to them. On the
other side of us, we have the fugitive Creeks, in what numbers is
left to conjecture but in such numbers, at least, as to keep nearly
the whold porplation of the county joining ours in a state of
constant apprehension.

"Lagrange, June 21, 1837

An election of field officers for the First Regiment of
Florida Militia vill be held on the 4th day of July next at the
usual places of holding elections in said county and will be
isurn ende the udgas of elections awo officiated at the
respectve preclnats t the elnot election of a delegate to Congress.

Continued (Pen. Gazette, July 1, 1837)

The judges will make returns of the election im-ediately to
the executive of the Territory, The present embarrassing and
distressing situation of the country is such aa to require
every regiment to be completely organized, and the colonel
commanding the district flatters himself that his fellow citizens
of Escambia will not delay in the performance of this important
du17. iVFA
Colonel Cogmandin
July 1, 1837 17 t. C

PEi:--AC'.A OAVZVTTE July 8, 1837
LaGrange, West Florida
24th May 1837
I have the honor of reporting to you the movements of the
army in West Florida.
On the 6th of May, I mustered into thb service of the
United States 73 drafted militie from J.ickson County and took
up the line of March t2 for Campbellten, to remain until I
could obtain a sufficient supply of provisions and forage to
march with. Provisions being searce in that section of the country
and people beine unwilling to take certificates on Goverament for
their property, I was obliged to make myself responsible in
several instances.
Raving procured a sewll suly, I took up my line of ?ardh
o the 11th instant for Pittrans Perry on the Choctawhatchee
River (where I was reported to by Mr. R. B. Turner end was happy
to receive him as a quartermaster under me). I arrived at Pittmman'
Ferry on the 12th and remained there until the 13th, when I
distributed the small quantity of provisions still remaining among
my command and sent the wagons back to Csapbellton with 1r. Turner
to egt fresh supplies, with instructions to return to the ferry
as soon as possible. I crossed the river on the 13th instant and
scouted through the country in several different directions but,
we seeing no Indian signs, I returned to Pittman's Ferry to meet
the wasons, which I did. Then, taking the wagons across the river,
I ma jWal Courthouse where I arrived on
thcw n tidbrfiaia- ~9'

the 19th instant and received information that Captain M~ein2a
had had a fight with a body of the Indians on t;h Choctawhatchie
River near Cowford and had one nan seriously wounded. It was my
intention to proceed to his battle ground that night, but as I
could not obtain a iuide to conduct me to the place I did not go.
On the 21st, I received information from Mr. J. Harrison, on
the Alaqua River, that a body of Indians had been at his house
ad had taken a quantity of meal, mert, and coornB utensils. He
stated that he was sure their camp was not far from his house and
that if I would coim with my ccrrand to hia house he had a boat
ithich could convey us across the river, and that there ass a
friendly Indian at his house by the name of Billy, who said be
would ,o over the river that day and find their camps end conduct
i to them at anytime whenever we might come
After receiving thiI intelligence, I determined to go there.
Accord-inrly, on the 22 instant, I started for Mr. HUrrison's, a
distance of about 15 miles; at one o'clock, being within four
miles of the house, I ordered a halt as I did not wish to approach
it until night for fear of being discovered by the Indians, if
there should be any about. At sunset I started and marched within
half a iile of the house; again stopping and securing the horses,
I left a izard of 9 men over them and, wishinp to s>proach the house
zixs undiscovered, went as silently as possible until within about
to hundred yards of the house when Captain Irwil, with the Guards
and Walton Troops, was sent on the right and Captain Pittman on
the left to get entirely around the building, which was done.
Self, with Captain Daniel's company, marched up in front and,
amk when within thirty or forty Tnces of the house, the dogs gave
the alprm cud Captain Daniel's comrny advanced. Mr. Harrison met us
at the door and stated that the house vs then full of Indians, who,
finding they werp surrounded, extipiguished the fire and presented
a rifle to us but did not discharge it. They were then told that
they must surrender and deliver up their arms, which they did,. The
prisoners taken in the house consisted of 4 warriors and 13 women
and chile4ren.
I was informed by Billy, the friendly Indian, that there were
to camps on the onrpoite side of the Alaqua River, one abort half
a mile distant from the house and the other about two miles. Having
left a ("uard of 20 men under Lt. Col. rcNeeley with the prisoners,
I proceeded to cross the river with the balance of my command in a
small boat in order to surprise the camps. Captain Irwin's company
crossed first and marched in advance through the swamp, which was
almost impassable, for nearly half a mile. Captains Daniel and
Pittman marched in the rear. Billy, the friendly Indian, acted as
our guide. As soon as we left the strmp end approached the pin
wooden we discovered the fires in the eamp, The companies were then
formed into line and after marching about 200 yards we arrived at
camp and surrounded it, taking ten prisoners, consisting of one
warrior and nine womes and children. The man was given in charge to


Captain Daniel and tied securely with the rest of the prisoners.
Captain Irwin was ordered to take the friendly Indian end proceed
to the other enmp, said to be 2 miles further up the river; but,
after rocedi some distance without distance tht overing the second camp,
we came to a larae sxamp which we were unable to croes. The Indian
prisoner in the rear, seeing our difficulty, stated to Captain
Daniel that he could conduct us a nearer way to the other camp.
As the friendly Indian had evidently lost his way, I concluded to
follow the prisoner, telling him, at the same time, that if he
deceived me he should die, We followed him-for some distance through
swe~Ips, hemocks end lakes until daeTylht when, finding he had no
idcc' of conducting us to the camp, I ordered the corarnd to turn
back and no to where we had left the other prisoners, W'e returned
to the river about one hour ofter sunrise, Captain Daniel's company
having charge of the orisonem in the rear, when Captain Daniel and
early all his comamioas fired on the Indien prisoner who had led
us through so many difficulties during the night. The women and
cHldren, taking fright at this, started to run, when they wer e all
shot down and left on the ground. I then crossed the river and
found on my return that one of the Indian prisoners had poisoned
himself ad died. I then marched for this place with the remainder
of the prisoners to obta n supplies.
I must inform you that Mr. I. B. Turner accompanied me the
whole night and I feel greatly indebted to hii, .His high spirits
contributed not a little to keeping up the cheerfulness of the
officers and sen.

I arrived here in the evening of the 23d and encamped in the
stay pine wood.a The Indians were secured, as I thuuht, by beisi
oiaced on their backs, with each elbow tied to a stake driven in
the ground, and a strong guard put over them. It aopears, however,
that about two o'clock in the morning, of the 24th, the guard having
fallen asleep from their fatigue of the previous night, the three
p.riqnerr succeeded id getting l.oo:ze and making their escape, The
ssentrn fired on them as they ran off, but without success.

LV-.nl BRCOi;S
Colonel ComrmandingB


that Indians were compelled to throw off their bags, which
consiste of goodf of vaous dccriptons, amongst which was
a gold watch and $263.00 in cash, nearly all specie. During
the contest may shots passed at the distnncc of 15 or 20 yards.
Colonel nro;ni's men acted :-ith ~' rit coolness and deliberation.
They xioect to trail them out of the swamp on the other side of
the river anr bring on another attack as soon as possible.
It is thought t tht this body of Indians is the principal
one in lest Florida. We would fain hope that the army will be
successful in finding them. Major etilson's (Nelson's) battalion
of mnited volunteers had left for home a few days previous to
the Indian skirmish. We would have bean glad to have had him
along at the discovery of this body of Indians, as we believe
the Major to be an efficient officer, commanding a brave set of men.
Yours res,.etc."
The names of the persons wounded were Alfred Lookey, of
Jackson County, belonging to Crtpt-in Potter's company,
Lieutenant N'Iver, of Walton County, belonging to atn
L1'aff=n-o co 4.a and a Mr. orr:1lon, of Walton County, belong-
ing to xatain McZinnon's company.

We have been politely favored rwith the following extract
of a letter dated
"La Gr~nge, 20th July 1937
The troops under cci:.nd of Colonel Brown had *n engage-
ment with the Indians yesterday on Alaqua Creek, about seven
miles below the old courthouse, and after an animated fight
of twenty minutes the Indi.ns gave vay, leaving 5 of their
number dead on the ground, the loss of the whites .was one
killed and five wounded, Captain Hafkinesdisplaying great
courcpe, lead his men gallantly into the midst of the enemy.
He received three wounds, though none are thought to be
dangerous. Mr. NycrL is also -ounded. The individual killed
was a Mr. Clark, one of the Franklin Volunteers. (The fore.
going statemcnt of the affair is from Xr. Jesse Evans, who
arrived a few minutes after the firing ceased, and I believe
it' .is' substantially correct."

PISACOLA GAZETiE' July 29, 1937

We have heArd nothig further of'interest from'the command
of Colonel Browaw. Captain Raiwkins and Lt. Myers, vio were wounded
in the fight of the 19th were brought here for urgiecal aid on
W~dnesdey last-in-the mail.boat.-- They are both recovering.

-/ ^ .* **.' I 2 .

F.-ThSACUOLA GAZETIT, July 1, 1937

We understand at tht! recent election for f field officers of
tdi. regiment of militia Jackson a'orton was electV Colonel, James
H.orwood? Licut .nont Colonni, &nd David, !'David, ajor.

Our only intelligence~ from Colonol Pron is contained in the
follow-in letter tc the editor dated

"La Grange, July 7, 1'37
Dear Sir: An exnrcss arrived he-re today from Coloncl Brwon,
dated this day at Alaqua old courtihoulOc, giving directions for
supplies, etc. He also writes that on the Ath instant the troops
under hts cosaxnd had a scrirr.cr with the Indians on ShT..l River,
about twelve miles frco that place. Ee succeeded in driving the
Indians back. Ris losz was three '-cur:ded, one seriously. The loss
of the caemy is not known, though :,,-t dea of blood v-s scen
on the trails -.-hcre they fled. 7rcn the t;r7e..r'znce of the trail,
there were upwards of 100 Indians.
Very res, etc,"

FPSACCLA GAZ1 TTE July 15, 1837

The follo:'-it! letter furnishlis some additional particulars
in relntion to tthe affair of Col. t:roi-n -lth the Indi~n at Shoal
River mentioned in our last. The letter .is froz an offl.-cr- of
Colonel B's co c;.n.,. and d&t;ed
"CGamp Indepcndence, July 5th, 1L37

Sir: Colonel Bro-fP met with a trail of Indians on the Ath day of
July and after trailing them for "ix mils Colonel B and hir ree
came un with them on Shoal or East Iriver. The body of Indiams
armouIftted to 100 or 120 in num':er. A sh~rr contest Sr-.clirtely
ensued, but the vigorous charge of Colonel D's mn coon compelled
the enemy to retreat through the hsiaock ; nd finally to cross the
a river. Colonel B had three nen wonlmded, one of which dangerously,
Te Indians lost eight or ten killed :-.n cverr'l wounded. The exact
number of Indians killed could not be escertained, ns the ITdians
immediately bore them off and tbreo, many of them into the river
as soon as the.y rfll. Colonel B ?ir; d the with r-uch raftdity

-R -, ,. .*-

The steoamboat, Marion, front Lvgranre arrived herc on Vodnesday
laet with fifteen or sixteen sicrk and wounded of the Franklin
Voluntoetrs and left for Saint Joseph on Friday evening,

The U. S. Superior Court for t.hi District closes its sessio
today. Ve understand that in con'eqCFnce of the necessity which
the people of 'IlIton County have been umder to be in the field
spibst the fugitive Creeks during nearly the whole .of the past
summer and present fall a desire has been expressed by the people
there to have no court Aeld in that county. It is the intention
of Judge Cameron to comply with their wishes on the subject,


Pri,cAGOLA .GAZsTT ft Noveber 1, 1937
In Walton County, Da~iel G. ,MLean e.nd John L. McKinnon are
elected to the Convention (Constitutional Convention of 183#-39)
and D~nel cLeOd to th ouselo of Representativee (Territorial
PEAbC(OJ GA:w'i".H October 24, 1840
The vote for senators in W~1~4ton ond Jeckson Counties are
as follows: In ;ltron for 7-TcLeon (D. G.), 152, Wllker, 143,
Brocket-ough, 68, Manley 4, Arden 43; in Jackson, for McLean, 314,
VWlker, 345, Broekenbrough, 251, Fanley 177, Arden, 60. The three
gentlemen first named were elected.


Name Rank Vol Page

Allen, Davis P-/~ Pvt. 7 5
Andres, 36m R., 2nd. Lt. 6 94
Andres, Laurence 1st S&t. 6 94
Andres, Joseph 2nd. Corp. 6 94
Andres, Francis Pvt. 6 94
Andres, Antonio 6 94
Andrew, Antonio 6 5
SAndres, Thomas 6 94
Andrew, Floyd 6 5
SAndrew, Moses-P-. 6 "-.
Avice, Donato 6 3
Avice, Francis P*. 2nd Lt. 7 5
Accosta, Domingo Pvt. 6 3
Acosta, Geo. C. 1st. Sgt. 6 118
SArnau, Stephen Pvt. 7 118
Arnau, Francis 6 95
SArnau, James 6 95
Alford, William 7 117
Adams, John n 7 115

Baya, Antonio 2nd Corp. 6 5
Bradanax, W. E. Pvt. 6 3
Brown, John 6 1
Bridier, Francis 6 1
Boag, William 6 1
Bennet, Joseph f- 3 6 9g&
Bailer, Jacob 6 1
Bravo, Cristobal 2nd. Lt. 6 1
Bravo, Donate 3rd. Corp. 6 1
Bravo, Gregory 4th. Corp. 6 1
Burgys, Richard Pvt. 6 1
Bladel, James n 7 113
.Bourgardes, Jacob 7 118
SBradbury, Thomas 7 118
Brown,. acob 7 118
: Bailey, Thomas Pvt. 7 118
Boag, John 7 115
Brown, Ezekiel 7 118
Buford, Nelson Bugler 7 118
Bucardy, Consto Musician 7 118
Buchanan, Duncan Pvt. 7 115
Broer, Elisha 7 113
Brkas, Andrew 4 68
SBeach, Joseph 7 3

Clark, William Musician 6 94
6 94
j Clark, George 6 94
SClement, John Pvt. 6 94
Canova, Antonio 6 1
Cannon, Abraham Srd. Sgt. 6 1
Crispo, Emanuel-P-1 1st. Lt. 6 1
- Cavert, Henry Pvt. 6 1
i~~~ .!; '* -" ,*


Name Rank Vol. Page

Canova, John 4th. Sgt. 7 118
Cercopoly, Doningo 1st. Gorp 7 118
Cercopoly, Peter Pvt. 6 94
Coats, William 7 118
Costello, Roman 7 118
Costello, John 7 118
Canova, Rafael 7 118
Carter, Leonardwp.'3 7 118
Campbell, Otis 7 i18
Campbell, Robert 3rd. Corp. 6 3
Collins, D., n 4 68
Crpuch, Henry 4th Corp. 7 3
Capallia, Pearo 3rd. Corp. 7 3
Colt, Geo. 4th Sgt. 7 3

Daily, Harrison Pvt. 7 101
Dubb, John W., 7 113

'Evans, Clatworthy Pvt. 7 101
Embry, John 7 113

Flishman, Abraham Pvt. 6 1
SForkham, Mathew 6 1
Ferreira, John ist. Lt. 7 101
Forkham, Nicholas Pvt. 6 1
Falany, James. Sr., 7 101
Falany, James. Jr., n 7 101
Fagan, Henry Pvt. 7 101
Feris, enry 2nd. Sgt. 6 3

GianopolyA Geo. 2nd, Sgt. 6 94
SGuerido, ahnuel ,Pvt. 6 94
Goiger, Henry 6 94
Greenstreet, Thomas 6 94
SGe, John 6 1
,Groves, Henky 3rd. Sgt. 7 101
Gripes, Peter Pvt. 7 101
.Gould, William 7 113
Geiger, Paul 4 68
Grasies, Joseph '4 68
Gonto, James M., 1st. Sgt. 6 3

SHoward, Ira 3rd. Lt. 6 25
,Hernandez, Ant6nio Pvt. 6 94
-Hernandez, James--J"* 6 94
Horne, James 6 94
Hall, Thomas 6 94
Hodgson, Jacob 6 1
Heultas, Roman 6 1
Hoffman, Isac 6 1
l .,: .. ;' *

Name Rank Vol Page

SHewlett, Towsend Pvt. 6 1
HernandeX: Joseph-P-J- 6 1
Hines, Felip 6 1
Haverty, Michael 7 101
Huffin~ton, Michael 7 101
Hanson, John M P- Capt. 4 68
Hanson, James slt Li. 6 3
Hulbert, Daniel P- Pvt. 6 3
Hernandez, James-P-~. lot. Corp. 7 3
Hallecus, Miller Pvt, 7 3
Hutchings, Alex Pvt. 7 3
logo, Mathew Pvt. 4 68
Jarvis, James Pvt. 7 101
Iakkson, Edward 7 101
Saen, Philip 4 68
Janivar, Francis 4 68

Keog,. Jams Capt. 6 .1
Kelly, Patrick Pvt. 6 1
Kemp, William 7 101
Knapp, John L. 7 117
Kelly, Joseph 7 113
Ker, John Capt. 6 3

Levy, D., Capt. 6 94
Lopez, Andrew 3rd. Corp. 6 94
Leonat~y, Malio Pvt. 6 94
'Lopez, Joseph 6 94
Lopez, Antonio "6 94
Lalderole, Joseph 6 94
iLopez, Bartola 6 94
Liambias, JoseplA. .13 .rd. Lt. 6 1
Leonardy, 01elstina, 2nd Sgt. 6 1
Lecohardy, Bartola Pvt. 6 1
Leonrdy, .Rogers 4 68
Lopez, Ignatio 4 68
Lyestra, Robert N. 4th Sgt. 6 3
Lopez, Stephen ? Pvt. 6 3
Loring, Charles .-. Capt. 7 3
Lopez, Anthony Pvt. 7 3
.Lopez, Augustine, Pvt. 7 3

M deeis, Charles Pvt. 7 3
Medecis, anuel P- 7 3
Medecis, Elias Ist Corp. 6 94
Medecis, Francis Pvt. 6 94
Medecis, Michael-'P-2 Pvt 6 94

Name Rank Vol Page

Mclane, Albion Pvt. 6 94
Mar, John' 6 94
Merande, Sliverio 6 ; 1
McGraffy, William 6 1
Mi lls, byan is 6 1
Mansfield, Louis 6 1
Masters Bartola-- -" 6 1
Morton, Thomas 6 1
Miokler, Robert ( Capt, 7 .101
Masters, Join PT 2nd Sgt. 7 101
Masters,Paul f.- 2nd .orp. 7 101
Masters, Peter "?-t Pvt. 7 101
Manucy, Philip 0- 7 101
Marshall, John 7 101
Martin, Robert n 7 101
Medeiis, Geo. 7 101
Mancidy, ^on .- t 7 118
Masters, Gabiel-i P- 3rd.Corp 4 68
Miri;Aoslano Pvt. 4 68
Mie6i John :, yip 6 3
Mikier, 7 ic6 bb 6 3
3astebrs. Topeph 7 3
Masters, 'Atonio 6 3
MoClean, Wiliier 3rd. Sgt. 7 3

1sothrop, :Samel let Lt. 6 .94
Newcdmberli -John Pvt. 6 1
Ortagus, Oiegario Pvt. 6 94
Olivaras, Raphael 6 1
.maraE., 7 101
Orr, James 7 101
OrtgUs~i Ignatia 4 68
Ortagus, Franois Corp. 7 101
Purvis; John 3 Corp 6 94
Pacetty, Joseph P-h 3 3 Corp. 6 94
Pacetty, Creoincio 3 Corp 6 94
Pons, Antonio 3 Corp 6 94
Ponas John Pvt. 7
Pons, Bartola 94'
Pomar, Antonio 6 94
Pinkham, Reuben H. -I 1ist. Sgt. 6 1
Pinkham, Geo. 3rd. Sgt. 6 1
Pellicer, John P-1. Pvt, 6 1
Pacetty, Andres 4th,Corp. 7 101
Pacetty, Andrew-F-2- Pvt. 7 101
Pacetty, Antonio 7 101
Ponce," James Musician 7 101
Pinkerton, 'John Pvt. 7 101
Peilicer, FrancisSSr. p-l 1sLt. Lt. 4 68
Pellioor, Francis Perpall, Phillip 4 68
Ponce, John 4 68'' '

Name Ba l Pae

Pacetti, Gabriel lat. Corp. 6 3
Perpall, William pyt. 6 3
Pomar, Joseph ist. Lt. 7 3
Pomar, Gabriel 2nd. Sgt. 7 3
Pomar, Antonio 2nd Corp. 7 3
Pacetta, Vislatie Pvt. 7 3
Pacetty, Juan n 7
Pebilicer, AtonioP-I 4 68
Rogero, Francis-P-af 6 94
Randsdale, Luther 6
Rossi Alexander 6
Ranton"'. William 7 101
Seyes Francs 7 114
eyes, John-fp-. 7 114
Rogers, Patrick 4 68
Rdgero, Francis-P 3rd. Lt. 7 3
Reid, Arthur Pvt. 7 3
Rogero, Nicholas 7 113
Snares, John 6 1
Sanchez, J, B, 6 94
Sequi, Peter 6 91
Sequi, John 6 94
Solar Jese 6 94
Solana,;Bartola 2nd Corp. 6 1
Salas;,Joeeph Pvt. 6 1
Sprague G-eo. 6 1
Sanchezi Francis Z i (F 6 1
Sanders, Daniel 101
Sears, 7 101
Solaia, Dibniio 7 101
Sequi, Bartola ~ -( 4 68
Sanchez, Moricia 4 68
Sbo1na,' Mantel 4 68
Sabate Roman p.13 4 '
Solanai Kistano 4 68
Sanchez, Venanoio 2nd. Lt. 6 3
,STatWd John Pvt. 6 3
Simons, W. f 73
Sanohez, Maurice 7 .
Sanohe", Joseph 73
Triay, Fristonino 7 01
Triay, 3:Peter L P-I 101
T:iay, Franoi.do-p4., 101
Triay;,Victort4 4 68
Trieay Geronimn 4 68
Turner David 4 68
Thomas, Henry -12. 4 68
Usina, MuieiaM!i P-13 3rd. Sgt. 6 94
Usina, John 7 113,
K -- ^ ,

'^ *


a Rank Volol Pfae
Viker, Francis 'Pv. 7 101
Williams, John 7 101
Wright, Milton B.; 7 101
Weedman, Paul P- 7 113
Weednan, Philip p_ 2nd.,Sgt. 4 68
Willard, Chancy Pvt. 6 3
Whitaker, Francis Istl Sgt. 7 3
Ximanies, Raphael p./ Pvt. 7 101
Ximanies, Andrew 7 101



201 Individual Concerned:

1. Following is list of U. S. Soldiers who died at Fort King, Florida,
between October 9, 1835 and Jufne 29, 1842 and have been interred under the pyr-
amids in the St. Augustine National Cemetary:


Thomas McMahon Corp Co I 2 US Dragons June 4,1840' Consumption
Chandler M.Warren Pvt Co G 2 US Dragons Aug 5,1838 Congestive Fever
Peter W.OIDonaghey Pvt Co C 1 US Arty Oct 9,1835 Disease unknown
George Viais Musn Co C 1 US Arty Nov 3,1835 Disease unknown
Constantine Smyth 1 Lt Co F 2 US Arty Dec 28,1835 Killed by Indians
William Jones Pvt Co C 4 US Arty June 24,1837 Disease unknown
John Prater Pvt Co C 4 US Arty Sept 27,1837 Disease unknown
Calvin Austin Pvt Co D 2 US Inf, July 23,1841 Dysentery
John Christian Pvt Co A 2 US Inf. Aug 25,1841 Congestive fever
James Cassady Pvt Co H 2 US Inf. Aug 12,1840 Dysentery
Aaron Desbrough Corp Co H 2 US Inf. Aug 11,1840 Dysentery
Richard Fullington Pvt Co C 2 US Inf, Aug 9,1841 Bilious fever
James Kelly Pvt Co E 2 US Inf. May 14,1841 Congestive fever
George L. Maxwell Pvt Co C 2 US Inf. Feb 16,1841 Bilious fever
D. Murphy Pvt Co D 2 US Inf. Aug 9,1840 Dysentery
James McClelland Pvt Co D 2 US Inf. Feb 11,1841 Congestive fever
James McMillan Pvt Co H 2 US Inf. Dec 12,1841 Dysentery
Robert Mure Pvt Co H 2 US Inf, Feb 6,1842 Chronic Dysentery
John Reeder Pvt Co D 2 US Inf. Aug 12,1841 Yellow fever
Walter Thompson Pvt Co H 2 US Inf. April 4,1841 Killed by Indians
Walter Cannon Pvt Co E 4 US Inf. Feb 29,1836 Chronic Diarrhoea
Charles Peter Pvt Co F 4 US Inf. June 29,1842 Disease unknown
Richard Grace Pvt Co A 7 US Inf. May 9,1840 Died of Wounds rec4/28/SO
Jamns Gaines Corp Co C 7 US Inf. Oct 1,1840 Disease unknown
Charles Herring Pvt Co A 7 US Inf. March 24,1840 Killed near Ft.King
Hugh Kelly Pvt Co A 7 US Inf. April 14,1840 Shot by Indians
Frederick Meir Pvt Co A 7 US Inf. April 28,1840 Killed in action
George H. Smith ISgt.Co A 7 US Inf. April 28,1840 Killed in action
George W. Theis Pvt Co A 7 US Inf. March 24,1840 Killed
Cyrus Clarke Pvt Co G 8 US Inf. Nov 25, 1840 Disease
Joshua Kelly Pvt Co B 8 US Inf. June 20,1841 Disease
Patrick McNamara Pvt Co G 8 US Inf. Dec 29,1840 Disease
James Mellor Pvt Co G 8 US Inf. Nov 21,1840 Disease
John Melvin Pvt Co C 8 US Inf. Nov 15,1840 Accidentally shot

2. The above is an extract of a true copy of the Burial Register, Cem-
eterial Division, Quartermaster Generals Office, War Department, Washington D.C.
S The true copy may be located in the General Files under 201.3-Indian Wars.

C- Major, AGD FNG
Administrative Assistant

Between October 9th 1835 and June 29, 1842,
Interred under .the pyramids.
SP_ age #1.

Thomas McMahon, .-i Corp. Co. 1 fnd U. 8. Drag'ns June 4, 1840

Chandler M. Warren Pvt. Co. G 2nd U. S. Drag'ns Aug. 5, 1838.

Peter W. O'Donaghey-y'4z Co. C 1st U. S. Art. Oct. 9, 1835

George Viers --Muan. Co. C 1st U. S. Art. 11-3-1836
Constantine SmythSV ~ aSt st. Co. F 2nd U. S. Art. 12/28/1835 )
Killed in action)
William Jones Pvt. Co. C 4th U. S. Art 6/24/1837
,.r- ',-- -T- 4 f
John Prater Pvt. Co. C 4th U. S. Art. 9/27/1837

Calvin Austih Pvt. Co. D 2nd U. S. Inf. 7/25/1841
John Christain Pvt. Co. A 2nd U. S. Inf. 8/25/1841

James Cassaday Pvt. Co. H 2nd U. 8. Inf. 8/12/1840

Aaron Desbrough Corp" Co. H 2nd U. S. Inf. 8/11/1840

Richard Fullington Pvt. Co. C. 2nd U. S. Inf. 8/9/1841
James Kelly Pvt. Co. E. 2nd U. S. Inf. -5/14/1841

George L. Maxwell Pvt. Coo C 2nd U. S. Inf. 2/16/1841

Do Murphy Pvt. Co. D 2nd U. S. Inf. 8/9/1840
James McClelland Pvt. Co. D 2nd U. S. Inf. 2/11/1841
James M3 Millen Pvt. Co. H 2nd U. S. Inf. 12/12/1841
Robert Mure Pvt. Co. H 2nd U. S. Inf. 2/6/1842

John Reeder Pvt. Co. D 2nd U. S. Inf. 8/12/.841

Walter Thompson Pvt. Co. H 2nd U. S. Inf. 4/4/1841

Between October 9, 1835 and June 29, 1842.
Interred under the Pyramids. Page #2.
NAME RANK Company & Reg. Date of death.

Wailer Cannon Pvt. Co. E 4th U. S. Inf. 2/29/1836

Charles Peter Pvt. Co. F 4th U. S. Inf. 6/29/1842

Richard Grace Pvt. Co. A 7th U. S. Inf. 5/9/1840

James Gaines Corp. Co. C 7th U. S. Inf. 10/1/1840

Charles Herring Pvt. Co. A 7th U. S. Inf. 3/24/1840

Hugh Kelly Pvt. Co. A 7th U. S. Inf. 4/14/1840

Frederick Meir Pvt. Co. A 7th U. S. Inf. 4/28/1840

George H. Smith 1st Sgt. Co. A 7th U. S. Inf. 4/28/1840
George W. Theis Pvt. Co. A. 7th U. S. Inf. 3/24/1840

Cyrus Clarke Pvt. Co. G 8th U. S. Inf. 11/25/1880

Jashua Kelly Pvt. Co. B 8th U. S. Inf. 6/20/1841

Patrick McMamara Pvt. Co. G. 8th U. S. Inf. 12/29/1840

James Mellor Pvt, Co. G. 8th U. S. Inf. 11/21/1840

John Melvin Pvt. Co. C 8th U. S. Inf. 11/15/1840

-~ Public Library of Jacksonville Florida F 975 .9n

~**' 8

SOLDIBES OF INDIAIT V~AR (1830 period) BURIED TU iTC-LA. ,. ,J- .. .

Nam.e Rank Date : ie~irLent

John Backman Private / Sept. 28th, 1840 2nd. azLoana
James Bruce iar 6th, 1641
Patrick Conelly Uept. 30, 1840
Thos. DeLoiL:, Sept. 21st,1840
Chris Donahoo Oct. 3rd, 1840 -
-John.Gross AuG. 20th, 1840
Geo. Graff April 5t., 1841
:Edmund Hall Larch 26th, 1841 -
Philander Hopps AEu. blst 1841
William Heilde, Dec. 6th, 1840
John Kencin Dec. 6th, 1840
Patrick Laney Iarch 1st, 1807 '
Henry flinebar Nov. 4th, 1840
Jacob Salzman Nov. 22nd, 1840
-.1 r Squires Feb. 17th, 1841
Gustave Thielman Jan. 4th, 1841
Daniel Van Tassel Sept. 6th, 1840 -
Thomas White Jan 8th, 1841

John Brady, Pria.e I!ay 22nd, 1836
James Curry April 22nd 1838
John Hanilton April 21st, 1836
Geo. Wilson June 23rd 1836

H. Garner, Captain Oct. 23rd. 1841
John Brinton Se.'t. April 7th 1839
Henry Colcazin Private Aug. lot 1840
John Cain Dec. 20, 1840
H. S. Handy, Sergt. Dec. 23rd, 1858
Edward Holland Pvt. April 28th, 1838
Jacob Lick Nov. 14th 1841
John McGuii-e Dec. :3rd, 1838
J. McCormick, Jan. 1st 1859
Mike Riley, Oct. 1st 1841
F. Linthmilike Jan. llth 1839
L. Vanderkloss, Jan. 18th 1839
Richard Yarnell Jan. 19th, 1838

James Ryan, Private Jan. 19th 1858
William Bond, Jan 31st, 1838
Henry Yell Sept. 1st, 1838

John Boland Private. April 14th, 1838
Thoman Croker Priva.- Dec. 7th, 1857
Martin IMcPherson Private Nov. 26th, 1840
John 1'eeden, Private Oct. 31st 1840

Henry Hall Private jept. 7th, 1841
Patrick Keys, Private Dec. 3rd, 1840
Robert McClelland April 5th, 1841
Jemes-Williams- .- Feb. 18th 1841
John reffrtes April 8th, 18358
Thos. Ludwig, Hay 10th, 1837
John McCaron Jan. 17th 1838
Charles Reed. laroh 10th, 1838
SOCIETY. OCT. 12th, 1928

(Page 549 of Appendix) Page #1.

Exhibiting the names of Officers, Seamen and Marines, belonging to the
United States.Navy, who died while employed in the Florida Squadron, operat-

ing against the Indians of Florida.

No. Name Rank Place of Death 'Date of Death attached

1. McKinley, Edward Assistant Surgeon At Sea Oct. 23, 1841 Otsego

2. Niles, Hezekiah Midshipman Fort Simmons Nov. 11, 1841 Van Buren
Pas'd Mid.-
3. Pepin, Ferdinand Act. Lt. Pensacola Oct. 27, 1838 Wave

1. Arnold, William Landsman Everglades Dec. 2, 1841 Otsego
2. Banta, Wm. Capt.Foreoastle Indian Key June 26, 1842 Madison

3. Black,Samuel P. Ordinary Seaman Indian Key Oct. 18, 1841 Flirt

4. Blodgett,Phineas Q. Gunner do. Dec. 24, 1841. Wave

5. Ferguson,Jno.A. Ordinary Seaman do. March 1, 1842 Phoenix
6. Fisher, Alfred Off. Cook do. Oct. 27, 1843 do.
7. Freair, John Landsman do. Oct. 21, 1841 Otsego

8. Goodwin, William Ordinary Seaman do. June 22, 1841 Wave

9. Grace, Thos. Seaman .do. Feb. 19, 1842 do.

10. Hall, Jos. S. Quarter-master do. Feb. 2, 1842 do
11. Hogan, Daniel Landsman do. Oct. 9, 1841 Jafferson

12. Houston,James Ordinary Seaman Key Biscayne Dec. 24, 1841 Madison
13. Johnson, John Landsman At sea Oct. 2, 1841 Jefferson

14' Kingsbury,Jerem. Master-at-Arms Fort Dallas May 17, 1842 do

15. MoCauley,Law'noe Ordinary Seaman Indian Key Oct. 6, 1841 Flirt

16. Moran, Thomas do. Dec. 21, 1841 Phoenix

17. Netto, John Off. Stewart Pensacola Deo. 6, 1838 Wave

j. Oliver, Thomas Seaman Indian Key July 18, 1842 do

19. Pons, Lewis Ordinary Seaman do Oct. 6, 1841 Flirt

20. Riley, William Landsman At sea Sept. 8, 1840 etsego

(Page 549 of Appendix) Iage e2.
Plaoe Date Vessel
No. Name ......... Rank ........... of, Death of. -Death .- attached to.

21. Sellers, Thomas Seaman At sea Aug.,31,1838 Wave

22. Thompson, Joshua Landsman Indian Key Nov. 18, 1841 Phoenix

23. Wolf, Charles Ordinary, Seaman do. Nov. 29, 1841 do

No. Name Rank Place Date Vessel
of Death of Death attached to.
S.. Florida
1. Avers, John 0 Private Indian Key Nov. 11, 1841 Squadron

2. Cannon, David Corporal do. Sept. 14,1841 do.
3. Dunn, Frederick Musician do. Nov. 1, 1841 do.

4. Elisha, Henry Private do. Aug. 21, 1841 do.

5. Ennis, Thomas do. Nov. 28, 1841 do.

6. Gray, Robert do. Nov. 20, 1841 do.

7. Griffin, Rufus do. Jan. 16, 1842 do.

8. Kelly, Andrew do. Dec. 26, 1841 do.

9. Nicholson, John do. Dec. 22, 1841 do.

10. Pierpoint,L.D. Corporal do. Jan. 20, 1842 do.

11. Root, Joseph H. Private do. Sept. 24, 1841 do.

12. Sawyer, James B. do. Oct. 6, 1841 do.

13. Schoolcraft,Steph. do. Dec. 9, 1841 do.

14. Sohultz, Jacob do. Deo. 5, 1841 do.

15. Smith, Joseph do. Oct. 6, 1841 do.
16. Walsh, Thomas At Sea July 18, 1842 Flirt

17. Williams,William Private Indian Key Dec. 16, 1841 Florida

The foregoing list includes all of the diseased of the Squadron in

Florida. The number of those belonging to the Squadron, who died elsewhere

(Page 549 of Appendix) Page #3.
Disease contracted in Florida, cannot be ascertained. From 125 to 150

siok men were sent to the North for treatment, their oases being looked

upon, if not as hopeless, as quite incurable in Florida.

The General Hospital of the Squadron was established on Indian Key.

All the deaths on the Key were Hospital cases.

(Signed) John T. MoLaughlin,

Commanding Naval Forces in Florida & C.

The above was taken from page 549 of the Appendix of the History of

the Florida War, by John T, Sprague, Brevet Captain of the Eighth Regument

U. S. Infantry.


(Page 550 of Appendix) Page #4.

Exhibiting the names of Officers, Non-commissioned Officers, Musicians,

and Privates of the United States Marine Corps, who were killed in action,

or died of wounds received, or disease contracted during the Florida War.

No. Name Rank Co. Place of Date of Remarks.
Death Death
1. Thomas P. Peterson Drummer B Sw'p. Jan.27, 1837 Killed in actic

2. Joel Wright Private B do. do., do.

3. Andrew Ross Ist.Lieut. Fort Ded.11,1836 W'd Reo. Nov. 2
Heileman 1836 in battle
Wahoo Sw'p.
4. William Tait Or'ly E Upper Post Dec. 5, 1837 Of disease
Sgt. Sannibar
5. Henry Marks Sergeant A Fort Brooke Nov. 9, 1836 do.

6. George King D On passage Aug. 3, 1837 'do.
from Tampa
Bay to Phil.
7. Charles Pike Corporal D Tampa Bay April 14, 1838 do.

8. Matthew McKinley E April _,1838 do.

9. Daniel Brown Private D Chattahoo- Oct. 13, 1836 do.
ohee River
10. John Shillingsford Private E Fort Brooke Dec. 7, 1836 do.

11. John Reardon 0 do. March 14, 1837 do.

12. Wm. W. Vanoleaf D Tampa Bay Feb. 21, 1837 do.

13. Alexander Burke E Near Ft. Jan 20, 1837 do.
14. James O'Neil E Fort Brooke March 1, 1837 do.

7 William Steel B Black Creek Aug. 11, 1837 do.

16. John H. Durant D Fort Brooke June 29, 1837 do.

(Vage 550 of Appendix) Page #5.

A S T A T E M E N T Continued.

No. Name Rank Co. Place of Date of Remarks.
Death Death

17. John Sweeny Private E Tampa Bay April 27, 1837 Of disease.

18. Michael Sullivan A Fort Brooke July 15, 1837 do.

19. J. M. Waalfin 0 Mullet Key Aug. 22, 1837 do.
E. F.
20. Isaac Elburn D Fort Monroe Oct. 1, 1837 do.

21. William J. Henry D Fort Dulany Nov. 17, 1837 do.
E. F.
22. John Jackson D do. Nov. 22, 1837 do.

23. Richard T. Trask E Tampa Bay April 2, 1838 do.

24. John A. Perley E Fort Denaud Feb. 3, 1838 do.
E. P.
25. Thomas Fling E Columbus Sept. 11, 1836 do.

1. Daniel Cunningham Sergeant W'd in battle of Hatoheluskee Sw'p Jan.27,183'
in both shoulders.

2. Leonard Stephens W'd in battle of
in the thigh.

3. Peter Foley Private W'd in battle of "
in the arm.
4. John M. Sullivan W'd in battle of "
on the lip.

5. Thomas Irwin Wounded by a musket ball at Ft. Armstrong
supposed by accident.

The above taken from page 550 of the Appendix of the Florida War, by
John T. Sprague, Brevet Captain, 8th Reg. U. S. Inf.


(Page 550 of Appendix) Page #6.

Showing the names of Marines on Sea Service, who died in Florida
between 1836 and 1842.

No. Name Rank Place Date of Remarks.
of Death Death

1. Thomas J. Starke Corporal St'm.Poinsett Dec. 1839
2. David Cannon Indian Key Sept. 4, 1841

3. Frederick Dunn Fifer do. Nov. 4, 1841

4. Henry Elisha Private do. Aug. 21, 1841

5. Joseph H. Root do. Sept. 24, 1841
6. James V. Sawyer do. Oct. 6, 1841 Drowned

7. Joseph Smith do. do. do.

8. James J. Ayer do. Nov. 11, 1841

9. Thomas Ennis do. Nov. 25, 1841

10. Robert Gray do Nov. 20, 1841
11. John Nicholson "do. Dec. 23, 1841

12. Stephen Sohooloraft do. Dec. 9, 1841

15. Jacob Sohultz do. Dec. 6, 1841

14. William Williams do. Dec. 16, 1841

15. Rufus Griffin Port Dallas Jan. 16, 1842

16. Lorenzo D. Pierpoint do. Jan. 20, 1842

17. Jeremiah Kingsbury do. March 14, 1842
18. Thomas Walsh Schooner Flirt July 18, 1842 At sea.

1. William Smith Act. Corpl. Wounded in a skirmish with the Indians
Jan. 6, 1841.

The above table was taken from Page 550 of the Appendix of the Florida
War, by John T. Sprague, Brevet Captain, 8th Reg. U. S. Infantry.


(1) THE FLORIDA WAR -- Sprague -- From the Appendix of the book.


Exhibiting, by Regiments, the names of the Officers, Non-commissioned Officers; Musicians, Artificers,
and Privates of the United States Army, who were killed in action, or died of wounds received, or diseases
contracted, during the late hostilities with the Florida Indians, commencing August 11, 1835, (the day when
Private Dalton, the express-rider, was murdered by the Indians) and ending in 1842.

First Regiment of Dragoons.

No. Name Rank Co. Place of Death Date of Death Remarks.
1. Izard, James F. 1st Lieut. Camp Izard Feb. 28, 1836 Killed in ac ion.-~
2 Wheelock, T. B. 1st Lieut. Fort Micanopy June 15, 1836 Disease con dc el in Florida.

Second Regiment of Dragoons.
No. Name Rank Co. Place of Death Date of Death Remarks.
1. Hamilton, Jas. W. 1st Lieut. Fort Marion Nov. 26, 1837 Disease unknown..
2. Kingsbury, Chas. E. 2d Lieut. Near Fort Mellon June 9, 1837 Fevver.
3. Lane, I. F. Captain Fort Drane Oct. 18, 1836 Disease unknown.
4. NoNeil, J. W. S. 2d Lieut. Mosquito Sept. 11, 1837 Killed in action at Mosquito.
6.-Winder, B. so Or -.. wi"aan iL''-~--~Bv-^he-3'^^eay^ad'~te^^

1. Ash, William Private E. St. Augustine June 17, 1837 Disease unknown.
2. Augustanovitz, S. E F't Heileman Oct. 20, 1838 Dysenteria.
3. Aller, 1Wm. N. H. Everglades Dec. 10, 1840 Killed in action.
4. Ackerman, Amen K Rout-to Black Creek Nov. 19, 1839 Drowned.
5. Alsop, Edwin K On Steamboat June 26, 1841 Diarrhea.
6. Brown, Charles A Caloosahatchie July 23, 1839 Killed by the enemy.
7. Brewer, Frederick B Fort Heileman Dec. 27, 1839 Accidently drowned.
8. Beardslee, Alanso, B Fort Reid Feb. 6, 1841 Disease unknown.
9. Bennett, John n B Fort Many Dec. 31, 1841 Drowned.
10. Batherson, Jacob B Fort Many May 21, 1842 Disease unknown.
11. Backman, John C Picolata Sept. 28, 1840 do.
12. Brooks, Charles A. C St. Johns Bluff Feb. 15, 1842 Dysentery.
13. Bailey, Benjamin D Fort Drane May 1, 183 (/~S) Disease unknown.
14. Bedford, John. D Caloosahatchie July 23, 1839 Killed in action.
15. Bodizer, Andrew E Fort Mellon April 13, 1837 Disease unknown.
16. Brown, Avery E On steamer June 4, 1837 do.
17. Bigelow, John Sergeant E Caloosahatchie July 23, 1839 Killed in action.

(2) THE FLORIDA WAR Sprague-- From the Appendix.

Second Regiment of Dragoons -- Continued.
No. Name Rank Co. Place of Death Date of Death Remarks.
18. Brady, James 2d Private F Fort Brooke Aug. 9, 1841 Remittent fever.
19. Bedenham, AytoinebOa )" G St. Augustine Sept. 5, 1837 Petitonitis.
20. Boling, Corndius G Fort Heileman Nov. 26, 1840 Consumption.
21. Bruce, James D. G Picolata March 6, 1841 Debility,
22. BLungard, Maxti II H Fort eluibu Oct. 15, 18&9 Leekjaw Prom disease
contracted in Florida.
23. Bushman, Chas. F. H Wacassassa Feb. 10, 1840 Lost- sup. to be killed.
24. Bell, Sutherland H St. John's Bluff Sept. 11, 1841 Chronic diarrhea.
25. Brady, Philip H do. Sept. 22, 1841 Dfopsy.
26. Burdricke, Andrew Corporal H Fort Gilmer March 20, 1842 Chronic dysentery.
27. Batchelor, Justin Private K Near Fort King March 27, 1840 Accidentally shot.
o8. SL.-A.PMst---I- -Ir8Q ,heft-enag d in-3 Fl
29. Childs, Isiac Private A Wekewa River July 29, 1840 Killed by the enemy.
30. Connelly, Patrick A Picolata Sept. 30, 1840 Dysenteria.
31. Connelly, Francis Farrier A Fort Reid Dec. 7, 1840 Diarrhea.
32. Cinamon, Samuel Private A St. John's Bluff April 27, 1841 Disease unknown.
33. Corbett, John A Between Trader's Sept. 4, 1841 Accidently killed,-
Hill, Ga., and F't thrown from his horse.
Moniac, Fla.
34. Claridge, George C N'r Cubebe Sw'mp. Aug. 24, 1839 Found dead shot.
35. Chase, Edward T. C Pilatka June 5, 1841 Remittent fever.
36. Church, Abiah D Fort Drane Aug. 1, 1836 Disease unknown.
37. Cole, John M. n D St. Augustine Oct. 24, 1936 do.
38. Collins, William G Fort Shannon Feb. 13, 1841 Disease unknown.
39. Ceorey, John B. H Fort No. 4 May 4, 1840 Accidently shot by
Lt. Inge, 2d Dragoons.
40. Cook, Charles H St. John's Bluff April 7, 1841 Chronic diarrhea.
41. Clark, Josiah H. Fort Mellon July 3, 1841 do.
42. Clark, Christopher I Fort Peirce Feb. 26, 1838 Disease unknown.
43. Oule.a, Jul~ 3. "i Fot o. lubus *- Aug. 2O, 109 Disae unkn0o, contacted
in Florida.
44. Cary, Obed K Fort Reid Dec. 28, 1840 Disease unknown.
45. Diggs, Miles A Newnazville Oct. 1837 do.
46. Dubois, Charles A Black Creek June 10, 1839 Debility
47. Delong, Thomas C Picolata Sept. 21, 1840 do.
48. Dunbar, John S. D Fort Drane May 16, 1836 Disease unknown.
49. Douglass, B. M. G Fort Braden May 21, 1840 do.

(3) THE FLORIDA WAR -- Sprague-- From Appendix.

Second Regiment of Dragoons -- Continued.
No. Name Rank Co. Place of Death Date of Death Remarks.
50. Dantz, Francis Private a Fort Heileman Jan. 1, 1841 Fever.
51. Dougherty, James H St. John's Bluff April 24, 1841 Chronic diarrhea.
52. Durrin, Oliver H do. Oct. 15, 1841 do.
53. Doyle, Michael I Fort Fanning Apr. 14, 1840 Disease unknown.
54. Donahoo, Christoph. I Picolata Oct. 8, 1840 do.
55. Devine, James K Fort Micanopy Aug. 8, 1838 Consumption.
56. Edwards, John Corporal A Aspalago Oct. 23, 1838 Congestive fever.
57. Faulkner, Thomas B. Private B Near Garey's Oct. 6, 1837 Dysenteria
1*. Ferry
58. Flaherty, Paul D Fott Heileman July 31, 1838 Effects of heat.
59. France, John J. F St. Augustine Jan. 6, 1838 Disease unknown.
60. Ford, James Corporal F Fort Brooks July 22, 1841 Conglecis Cerebri.
61. Filipowskie, Jacob Private H Fort Reid Dec. 4, 1840 Dysenteria.
62. Ferrin, William I St. Augustine Dec. 18, 1837 Disease unknown.
63. Gross, John A Picolata Aug. 20, 1840 do.
64. Graff, George A do. April 5, 1841 ao.
65. Grant, William B Fort Micanopy Aug. 9, 1838 Debility.
66. Gibson, George G. D St. Augustine Sept. 29, 1836 Disease unknown.
67. CGott, Ame.o CG. PIT- Vernal Areonal Nov. 28, 1841-Chron-m diri'rrheiv ctrarte in
Florida .
68. Goulding, William F Cedar Keys Dec. 19, 1841 Chronic dysentery.
69. Grant, Charles R. G Matanzas Bar Aug. 18, 1837 Drowned.
70. Hall, Edward M. A Picolata March 26, 1841 Dysentery, chronic.
71. Hopps, Philander B do. Aug. 31, 1840 Disease unknown.
72. Henderson, Andrew C St. John's Bluff Aug. 22, 1841 Ordinary disease.
73. Hyde, John D Near Mioanopy May 20, 1836 Shot by the enemy.
74. Hodge,-John A. D Micanopy June 10, 1836 Died of wounds received
in action, Jan. 9, 1836.
75. Hackett, Patrick D do. July 20, 1836 Died of wounds received
in action at Welika Pond,
July 19.
76. Holmes, William D do. July 21, 1836 do.
77. Harrinpton, John D St. Augustine Sept. 7, 1836 Disease unknown.
78. Hal stead David D Fort Heileman Sept. 30, 1836 do.
79. Hamilton, Thomas E Fort Mellon May 4, 1837 do.
80. Hartnell, Daniel E Fort Preston June 27, 1840 Fever sTs ..

(No. 4) TuE FLORIDA WAR *a Sprague -- From Appendix.

Second Regiment of Dragoons -- Continued.
No. Name Rank Co. Place of Death Date of Death Remarks.
81. -H^ndorzn, -John piAtS Fort eoppril 1.7, 184 i ce. nknownoontraloted in Fil.
81. .,ndzrz~n, --u- .. = ..: ,. ...
82. Hall, Henry H. F St. John's River Oct. 2, 1840 Drowned.
83. Howard, Zepheniah G Fort Mellon June 16, 1837 Disease unknown.
84. Howland, John Corporal G Fort Brooke Jan. 30, 1839 do.
85. Hamblin, Joseph M. Private G Fort Heileman Nov. 29, 1840 Fever.
86. Heilde, William G Picolata Dec. 6, 1840 Disease unknown.
87. Henderson, William G Fort Russell Sept. 4, 1841 Ordinary disease.
88. Hendry, David H Withlacoochie Sept. 20, 1838 Drowned.
89. Jones, William B F~1f. Mellon Feb. 4, 1838 Disease unknown.
90. Jacobs, Samuel D St. Augustine Oct. 14, 1836 do.
91. Jacobus, John D Fort Drane July 18, 1836 Killed by the enemy.
92. Jeffs, John F Caloosahatchie July 23, 1839 Killed in action.
93. Jones, James G Fort Weeden Dec. 8, 1839. Died.
94. Johnson, Jesse G St. John's April 16, 1841 Ordinary disease.
95. Jones, Isaac I Fort Macomb Oct. 19, 1841 Disease unknown.
96. Johnson, 7Wm. H. K Fort Butler May 23, 1839 Shot.
97. King, John H. A Fort Heileman Dec. 20, 1839 Dysenteria.
98. Kuceene, Charles A Fort Reid Nov. 21, 1840 Disease unknown.
99. Kernan, F. D St. Augustine Sept. 29, 1836 do.
Ioot Ka.e, mia.el ..... p Mu Jami 0, 1O0 --do. cot=racted in Flu ida.
101. King, Benjamin F Picolata Feb. 7, 1838 Disease unknown.
102. King, Joseph R. F Fort Reid Sept. 8, 1840 Remittent fever.
103. Kenein, John A. I Picolata Dec. 6, 1840 Disease unknown.
104. Long, William H. B Tampa Nov. 22, 1839 do.
105. Lawrence, Joel B Fort Searle Feb. 10, 1840 Apoplexy.
106. Luther, Job C Tampa Bay Aug. 23, 1839 Wounds received at Caloosahatchie.
107. Luge, Augustus C St. John's Bluff Oct. 14, 1841 Ordinary disease.
108. Lyons, Michael D Fort Drane July 24, 1836 Disease unknown.
109. Leddy, John F St. John's Bluff March 31, 1841 Chronic dysentery.
110. Lewis, Jacob Bugler F Fort Brooke Oct.12, 1841 Remittent fever.
111. Leman, Charles Private G. Garey's Ferry Dec. 13, 1839 Disease unknown.
112. Laney, Patrick H. Picolata March 1, 1837 Consumption.
113. Lambert, Christ'r D. H Fort Mellon July 12, 1841 Chronic diarrhea.
114. Laforce, William I Tampa Bay Aug. 10, 1840 do.
115. McDonald, Otho W. A Fort Gilliland April 18, 1837 Disease unknown.
116. McDonald, Mich'l A Black Creek June 19, 1839 do.
117. Mullen, Arthur B Tampa Nov. 27, 1839 do.
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(No.5) THE FLORIDA WAR -- Sprague -- From Appendix.

Second Regiment of Dragoons -- Continued.
No. Name Rank Co. Place of Death Date of Death Remarks
118. Miller, William Private C. Picolata Dec. 7, 1840 Influenza.
119. Merrill, Hiram C St. Johns Bluff Feb. 18, 1842 Dysentery.
120. Mentz, Anton D St. Augustine -Aug. 27, 1836 Disease unknown.
121. McDonald, Wm. D Fort Heileman Oct. 25, 1836 do.
122. Myers, Simeon D Tampa Bay June 10, 1836 do.
123. Martin, Thomas D Tampa Bay Nov. 21, 1836 do.
124. McCabe, Richard D Cedar Keys Nov. 29, 1841 Dysentery.
125. Miller, Charles E Fort Mellon Feb. 3, 1838 Disease unknown
12C. Martin, Geerge F. Fort Columbuc lan. 2, 18411 Byont'4a ontrqot.ed in Florida.
127. Mee, Edward "F Caloosahatohie July 23, 1839 Killed in action.
128. MoCraith, John K. F Pilatka Dec. 28, 1840 Debility.
129. Mitchell, John F Fort Reid Feb. 16, 1841 Dysenteria.
130. McKeggen, John F St. John's Bluff April 3, 1841 Chronic dysentery.
131. Monahan, John F Fort Brooke Jan. 4, 1842 Diarrhea.
132. McCourt, John G Fort Sherrard May 4, 1839 Disease unknown.
133. Marks, Albert G Fort Heileman Sept. 16, 184o do.
134. Margen, Simeon G Cedar Keys Nov. 4, 1840 Dysenteria.
135. Martar, Jacob G Fort Heileman Jan 5, 1841 Consumption.
136. Morris, Evan n I Newnansville June 3, 1837 Drowned.
137. McMahon, Tho's Corporal I Fort King June 4, 1840 Consumption.
138. Mixter, Lorenzo D. Private K St. Augustine Feb. 28, 1838 do.
139. McPherson, Dan'l K Fort Reid Jan 7, 1841 Diarrhea.
140. McMahon, Roger K Deynaud Nov. 18, 1841 Debility.
141. Nicholas, Horace C Caloosahatchie July 23, 1839 Killed by the enemy.
142. Napier, James A. Sergeant D Fort Peyton Dec. 9, 1839 Fever.
143. Norton, Win. P. Corporal F Fort Norton Aug. 16, 1838 Shot by Indians.
144. Niles, Arthur Private F Fort Reid Feb. 10, 1841 Dysenteria.
145. Nolan, Edward G Fort Russell Sept. 10, 1841 Ordinary disease.
146. Newell, George H. Suxannee Springs May I-, 1842 Killed by a citizen.
147. Ninebar, Henry I Picolata Nov. 5, 1849 Diarrhea.
148. Ott, Sigmund F St. Augustine July 4, 1837 Disease unknown.
149. Pheiffer, Henry W. B Garey's Ferry Oct. 11, 1840 Debility.
150. Penson, Christian B Fort Reid Feb. 10, 1841 Diarrhea.
151. Peters, Charles D Fort Mellon Feb. 12, 1838 General decay.
i52. g P B Port Henderson, G.a. opt. 1, 18.11 Dy-ontey',zznteatzd in Florida.
15 ....- ... _Lt -- F 0-- b-- Bard tb tanzport -- Jul"y 10, *183" 8 -- eoa wa a 0 -
154. Painter, SomuelI T Co'st Piokney, U. jan. 18, 18- Di oaoo unknown, oontraotd in Florida

(No.6) THE FLORIDA WAR -- Sprague -- From Appendix.

Second Regiment of Dragoons, -- Continued.
No. Name Rank Co. Place of Death Date of Death Remarks.
155. Pratt, Joseph Private I Micanopy Oct. 21, 1837 Disease unknown.
156. Proctor, Edward I Fort White Aug. 9, 1838 Mortification of leg.
157. Purdy, John K Fort Heileman Aug. 24, 1840 'Chronic diarrhea.
158. Runyon Matt'l L. B Fort Reid Oct. 10, 1940 Diarrhea. -
1-59 -iehrdaen, Dan'!B N-ow rlaonn Aug@ is 1938 18S8ngobivo fog, ocntrfAt tod in
160. Roberts, James E Ocklocknee River Feb. 28, 1840 Accidently killed.
161. Redmond, Dennis F Fort Brooke Sept. 13, 1841 Affection of the liver.
162. Rawson, John W. Corporal G Fort Mellon May 8, 1837 Dysentery.
163. Ray, George Private K Fort White June 16, 1842 Congestive fever.
164. Stansbury, John A Tampa Bay Oct. 18, 1838 Consumption.
165. Stephens, Thomas A Pilatka May 11, 1841 Disease unknown.
166. Smith, William A Fort Shannon Aug. 4, 1841 do.
167. Smither, William B Near Fort Jupiter Apr. 19, 1838 Dysentery.
168. Saltzman, Jacob B Picolata Nov. 22, 1840 Diarrhea.
169. Simmons, Job Sergeant C Caloosahatchie July 23, 1839 Killed by the enemy.
170. Steele, Charles G. Musician C St. John's Bluff Aug. 26, 1841 Ordinary disease.
171. Smart, Warren Private C St. John's Bluff Jan. 6, 1842 Dysentery.
172.- Spera, Joseph -- ---1 ---B---P31 c8-hrpoaio diarrhe% eonftry4e-_-n-
P17-. -spear, 6J eaW. ----D---B att-ra --itg --- Deor--4S 8 Tl^.a-m"!^^ tO'E? *id ---
174. Shefner, George E St. Augustine July 6, 1837 Disease unknown.
175. Stephenson, Isaac Corporal E Fort Peyton Nov. 14, 1837 do.
170C a A --gb, Jum W. -- -r-Ha- h-).rol- No,. teI i,, F--. -
177. Smith, Clark E Fort Mellon Feb. 6, 1838 Disease unknown.
178. Smith, John E Fort Peyton March 29, 1840. Accidently drowned.
179. Sberel.a, Hdw,,d El F-.Bre, ":m-Gay-June-!4- 81----faemet'agA*------ --
180. Sibolski, Jacob "F Fort Shannon June 2, 1839 Dysenteria.
181. Shutte, Andrias G Matanzas Bar Aug. 18, 1837 Drowned.
182. Seibel, Henry G Matanzas Bar Aug. 18, 1837 Drowned.
183. Slean, James G. Picolata Sept. 17, 1838 Dysenteria.
184-. -31alcues, JoL 0 F--Ft 6Jaup Feb. 10, 1842 DBa un n o .f. in Fl- ida
185. Sabine, George J. H Fort Mellon May 15, 1837 Cholera spasmodioa.
186. Squire, Edison H Picolata Feb. 17, 1841 Disease unknown.
187. Smith, Henry I Key West Sept. 16, 1840 Chronic Diarrhea.
188. Stankel, Nicholas K Black Creek May 27, 1838 Dysenteria.
189. Stringer, James K do. Nov. 22, 1840 Diarrhea.
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(No.7) THE FLORIDA WAR -- Sprague -- From Appendix.

Second Regiment of Dragoons, -Continued.
No. Name Rank Co. Place of Death Date of Death Remarks.
190. Spencer, John Private K St. John's Bluff Feb. 12, 1842 Chronic dysentery.
191. Tippett, William A St. Augustine March 10, 1837 Disease unknown.
192. Taylor, George B Fort Reid Oct. 8, 1840 do.
193 William o e-- -b- Jzup FBb 27, P184 2p3--en--iaonFpl:dfn
194. Thompson, Robert F Caloosahatchie July 23, 1839 Killed in action.
195. Thieleman, Gustave H Picolata Jan. 4, 1841 Chronic diarrhea.
196. Troutman, Alois I At sea Oct. 24, 1840 Consumption.
197. Van Tassell, Dan'l B Picolata Sept. 6, 1840 Disease unknown.
198. Vervalen, Wn. C. H Fort Fanning Aug. 5, 1840 Congestive fever
199. Willis, James Q.M.Sergeant Fort Heilenma Oct. 28, 1840 Disease y4A:G A;4
200. Webb, James Farrier A St. Augustine );ay 29, 1838 Disease unknown.
201. Wolcott, Cyrus Sergeant C Hanson's Farm Oct. 28, 1840 Accidently killed.
202. Winn, Timothy Private D Fort Drane June 19, 1836 Disease unknown.
205. Wilcox, Abdrew E Fort Mellon Feb. 3, 1838 do.
204. White, Richard "F Caloosahatchie July 23, 1839 Killed in action.
205. White, John F Unknown Nov. 15, 1839 Disease unknown.
206. Warren, Chand'r M. G Fort King Aug. 5, 1838 Congestive fever.
207. White, Thomas G Picolata Jan. 8, 1841 Intermittent fever.
208. Wood, James I Fort Brooke Oct. 30, 1849 Disease unknown.
209. Wagner, William K Pilatka Sept. 21, 1841 do.
210. Wandell, Aug's R. K Near Piloklikapah April 19, 1842 Killed in action by Indians.
211. York, David D unknown April 1st, 1836 Died of wounds received in action
at Withlacoochie March 31.
212. Young, James D Fort Drane April 25, 1836 Disease unknown.

1. Tintel, Ferdinand Drag. Rec. Fort Mellon April 29, 1838 Disease unknown.


(N0.8) THE FLORIDA WAR -- Sprague -- From the Appendix of the book.

First Regiment of Artillery.
No. Name Rank Co. Place of Death Date of Death Remarks.
1. Gates,-Lemuel Captain C Micanopy Aug. 6, 1836. Disease unknown.

1. Brady, John Private A Picolata May 22, 1836 Disease unknown.
2. Bolles, John A do. June 7, 1836. Disease unknown.
3. Baader, Karl F. Fort Drane July 19, 1836 Fever.
4. Brittingham, Sam'l E Near Garey's Ferry Sept. 1, 1836 Fever.
5. Bleeker, Abraham F St. Augustine Oct. 9, 1836 Fever.
6. Benner, John M. F .Black Creek Oct. 25, 1836 Fever.
7. Burridge, Thomas F St. Augustine Feb. 10, 1838 Consumption.
8. Chamberlain, Moses Sergeant H Key West Aug. 5, 1836 Disease unknown.
9. Connolly, Robert Private G St. Augustine Nov. 15, 1836 Fever.
10. Campbell, Patrick C Fort Heileman Dec. 12, 1836 Pleurisy.
11. Coates, C. C. F St. Augustine Jan. 20, 1838 Disease unknown.
12. Collins, James J Miami River March 31, 1838 Inflammation of bowels.
13. Collins, Daniel F Fort Pierce Feb. 12, 1838 Disease unknown.
14. Curry, James. A Picolata April 22, 1838 do.
15. Durley, Thomas F Tampa Bay Aug. 25, 1837 Fever.
16. Eastman, Calvin B. Artificer B Mullet Key July 30, 1837 Disease unknown.
17. Foley, William Private F Near Tamipa Bay June 3, 1837 Fever.
18. Fullerton, A. W. I Jupiter Creek Jan. 15, 1838 Killed in action.
19. Gardner, Robert Sergeant G St. Augustine May 30, 1836 Fever.
20. Griffith, Benjamin E Wahoo Swamp Nov. 21, 1836 Killed in action.
21. Harris, William Private B Fort Drane April 2, 1836 Disease unknown.
22. Hill, Robert B Fort Gilliland June 20, 1836 do.
23. Hamilton, John F Picolata April 21, 1836 Fever.
24. Hubbard, James Sergeant H Near Mioanopy Aug. 27, 1836 Fever.
25. Hardy, Daniel Private H St. Augustine Aug. 20, 1836 Fever.
26. Harris, John C Sc: t.dd. 1- Sept. 6, 1836. Measles.
/fRANE^427. Horane, John "A Tampa Bay Nov. 9, 1836 Disease unknown.
,L.J^A")* 28. Henlihan, Cornelius I Fort Brooke Dec. 27, 1836 do.
29. Hickey, William B ? ..-I, do. Dec. 1, 1837 do.
30. Haggerty, Daniel A Near Fort Prince Jan. 3, 1838 do.
31. Humphrey, IM. L. I Jupiter River Jan 14, 1838 Inflammation of brain.
32. Ingles, William H Fort Brooke June 12, 1836 Disease unknown.
33. Jones, John I Lake Thlonotosassa E.T. June 7, 1837 Intermittent fever.

(No.9) THE FLORIDA WAR -- Sprague -- From Appendix.

First Regiment of Artillery, Continued.
No. Name Rank Co. Place of Death Date of Death Remarks.
34. Johnson, Augusthia Corporal C St. Augustine June 4, 1838 Died of wounds.
35. Kelly, Elias Private I Fort Dade March 2, 1837 Disease unknown.
36. Kepler, Jacob I Jupiter Creek Jan. 15, 1838 Killed in action.
37. Lynch, James Sergeant B En route to Picolata March 2, 1836 Killed accidently.
38. Lomer, William Private H St. Augustine Sept. 4, 1836 Disease unknown.
39. Lawler, Charles C Fort Heileman Dec. 4, 1836 Dysentery.
40. Moody, James W. C Fort Drane Jan 8, 1836 Wounds at battle of Withlaooochie,
Dec. 31, 1835.
41. Moorman Henry F do. June 19, 1836 Fever.
42. Mayfield, Benjamin F Garpy's Ferry June 18, 1836 do.
43. Morris, Isaac Corporal H Fort Brooke Sept. 3, 1836 Disease unknown.
44. Miles, Thomas Private C St. Augustine Oct. 14, 1836 Debility.
45. Meade, William B Fort Brooke Nov. 4, 1837 Disease unknown.
46. Mills, John H. G St. Augustine March 22, 1838 Dysentery.
47. Nash, Samuel F Fort Drane June 15, 1836 Fever.
48. O'Donaghey, P. W. C Fort King Oct. 9, 1835 Disease unknown.
49. O'Neile, John G St. Augustine Oct. 23, 1836 Disease unknown.
50. Runyon, John Sergeant D En route to Florida. Feb. 27, 1836 Killed accidently.
51. Robinson, George Private C St. Augustine Oct. 14, 1836 Fever.
52. Sharpe, Thomas D Near St. Joseph's May 8, 1836 Killed in action.
53. Shay, Michael B Garey's Ferry July 7, 1836 Bilious fever.
54. Sherry, John G St. Augustine July 28, 1836 Inflammation of liver.
55. Sykes, Richard G Fort Drane Aug. 21, 1836 Killed in action.
56. Schroeder, Conrad B St. Augustine Sept. 25, 1836 Dropsy.
57. Stone, E. P. F do. Dec. 31, 1836 Fever.
58. Smith, Thomas E Fort Brooke Aug. 17, 1837 Disease unknown.
59. Shearlock, James C St. Augustine Sept. 8, 1837 do.
60. Smith, John C Fort Marion Dec. 22, 1837 do.
61. Viars, George Musician C Fort King Nov. 23, 1835 do.
62. Williams, John 1st, Sergeant D Fort Marion April 5, 1836 Shot by Private S. Wright.
63. Wilson, George Private H. Picolata June 23, 1836 Disease unknown.
64. Waggott, John Corporal H St. Augustine Aug. 22, 1836 Fever.
65. Yerby, Charles T. Sergeant F do. Nov. 25, 1837 Pneunonia.

(10) THE FLORIDA WAR --Sprague -- From the Appendix of the book.

Second Regiment of Artillery.
No. Name Rank Co. Place of Death Date of Death Remarks.
1. Adams, Tho's B. 1st Lieut. H Fort Dade Dec. 14, 1837 Remittent fever.
2. Basinger, W. E. 2d Lieut. C Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
3. Chamlmle, Jamues A mLtaLa D Dalulime D.ee 10, 1038 D-d:u a~- Lm r-rt i la
4. Gardiner, G. W. C Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
5. Heileman, Julius F. Major and June 27, 1836 Disease unknown.
Bt. Lt. Col. Fort Drane
6. nro n, -G y------July 4 --odoHtO t-Ee ed-in-Fle a rB--
7. Henderson, R. Bt.2?,Lt. C Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
8. Mellon, Charles Captain C Lake Monroe Feb. 8, 1837 Do.
9. Smyth, Constantine 1st Lieut. F Near Fort King Dec. 28, 1835. Killed by the Indians.

1. Atkinson, James Corporal G Fort Brooke Oct. 14, 1836 Inflammation of brain.
2. Allender, John Private F Wahoo Swamp Nov. 21, 1836 Killed in action.
3. Belton, Edward B Dade's Massecre Dec. 28, 1835 do.
4. Black, William C do. do. do.
oRfK- 45. Buke, Richard C do. do. do.
6. Barton, Rufus C do. do. do.
7. Bogen, Owen C do. do. do.
8. Bowen, Rich'd R. H do. do. do.
9. Brondan, Henry H do. do. do.
10. Barr, John F Fort Heileman June 3, 1837 Disease unknown.
11. Byrne, John B Fort Foster March 8, 1838 Typhue fever.
12. Brady, Daniel G Fort Clinch March 20, 1838 Killed by the Indians.
13. Cooper, Philip Sergeant C Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
14. Clark, Nicholas Corporal C do. do. do.
15. Carney, William Musician C do. do. do.
16. Craig, John Private H do. do. do.
17. Cusack, Nicholas E Fort Marion Sept. 23, 1836 Disease unknown..
18. Collins, Edward F Volusia Nov. 18, 1836 do.
19. DeCourcey, Edw'd B Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
20. Dunlap, James Corporal C do. do. do.
21. Davis, Thomas Private C do. do. do.
22. Dunn, Francis Sergeant A Camp Izard Feb. 29, 1836 do.
23. DeGraff, Peter Private E Wahoo Swamp Nov. 21, 1836 do.
24. Davis, 7Wm. P. Corporal G Fort Clinch May 20, 1828 Killed by the Indians.
25. Ellsworth, John Private A Fort Pike April 17, 1838 Dropsy.
26. Foley, Dennis H Fort Brooke April 25, 1836 Chronic dysentery.
27. Frams, Engleman E Garey's Ferry April 14, 1836 Disease unknown. /


(No.11) THE FLORIDA WAR -- Sprague -- From the Appendix.

Second Regiment of Artillery continued.
No. Name Rank Co. Place of Death Date of Death Remarks.
28. Franklin, Daniel Musician C Fort Peyton July 13, 1837 Consumption.
29. Fortune, Patrick Private D Fort Marion April 29, 1838 Disease unknown.
30. Green, Robert C Dade' s Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
31. Grant, Isaac C. C do. do.* db.
32. Gillet, Alpheus C do. do. do.
33. Gordon, Joseph Private B Fort Foster Jan. 26, 1838 Disease unknown.
34. Gardner, Warren F Fort Hanson Feb. 27, 1838 Consumption.
35. Hood, John 1st. Serg't C Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
36, Heck, Charles T. Musician C do. do. do.
37. Howard, George Artificer C do. do. do.
38. Halter, John Private C do. do. do.
39. Hurley, John 0 do. do. do.
40. Holmes, William C do. do. do.
41. Hill, Cornelius C do. do. do.
42. Hanahan, Timothy H Fort Brooke April 16, 1836 Gastritis.
43. Holmes, James F Bort Drane May 3, 1836 Disease unknown.
44. Hall, Tristram P. Musician D Fort Peyton Sept. 20, 1837 do.
45. Hawk, William Private B Fort Foster Oct. 31, 1837 do.
46. Hicks, Nathaniel I Fort Frazier March 14, 1838 Run over by a wagon.
47. Holland, John G Fort Clinch May 20, 1838 Killed by the Indians.
48. Jewell, Daniel C Fort Pickens Sept. 24, 1835 Bilious fever.
49. Jewell, Aaron C Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
50. Jones, John B Fort Foster Dec. 17, 1837 Disease unknown.
51. Kenny, Michael B Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
52. Knarr, Thomas C do. di. do.
53. Keirns, John H do. do. do.
54. King, James F Volusia Nov. 8, 1836 Disease unknown.
5f9-KF5. lly, JX- ---.A Fe,-- bl pike M-Mae&8 -- -Pi-Qaa e-wu-naB-rortrnar.--a-nla
56. Laughlin, Anthony B Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
57. Lovis, John Sergeant C Do. do. do.
58. Larkens, James Private C Fort Mellon March 3, 1837 Disease unknown.
59. Larkins, Patrick G Fort Clinch May 14, 1838 Drowned in the Withlacoochie.
60. McCartney, John B Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
61. Mc7Wiggin, John B do. do. do.
62. McDonald, James B do. do. do.
63. Mulvahal, Robert C do. do. do.
64. MoMee,Hugh H do. do. do.
65. McGrew, William Artificer F do. do. do.
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(No.12) THE FLORIDA WAR -- Sprague -- From the Appendix.

Second Regiment of Artillery, continued.
No. Name Rank Co. Place of Death Date of Death Remarks.
66. McFeeley, James Private D Garey's Ferry May 9, 1836 Hepatitis.
67. Mackay, James F On march from Ft.
(Mc. ENry Duane to Picolata. July 25, 1836 Disease unknown.
68. -lcx Emery, Hugh E Fort Heileman Oct. 24, 1837 Do.
69. Miller, John H Fort Brooke Oct. 12, 1837 Scurvy.
70. Morely, Samuel C New Smyrna Oct. 31, 1837 Disease unknown.
71. Neely, William C Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
72. Peery, Hugh B do. do. do.
73. Patten, John A. Private H do. do. do.
74. Philips, Reuben H do. do. do.
75. Paddy, James G Fort Brooke Jan. 15, 1836 Tetanus.
76. Pockman, Gideon Corporal D Fort Marion Nov. 6, 1836 Disease unknown.
77. Power, James G Fort Brooke May 7, 1837 Drowned.
78. Percy, Robert H do. Sept. 19, 1837 Dysentery and scurvy.
79. Rooney, Patrick B Dade' s Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
80. Ryan, Michael Corporal C do. do. do.
81. Robertson, William Private C do. do. do.
82. Rafferty, Patrick C do. do. do.
83. Reilly,. John C do. dol do.
84. Rodman, Robert F Fort Dade Feb. 1, 1837 Disease unknown.
85. Roache, William E Fort Heileman Dec. 27, 1837 Consumption.
86. Savin, Thomas Sergeant C Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
87. Schneider, Casper Private C do. do. do.
88. Schearecker, Andrew D Ft. Drane do. do.
89. Scanlan, John E Garey's Ferry Aug. 5, 1836 Disease unknown.
90. Scofield, John E Fort Marion Sept. 10, 1836 do.
91. Sands, Hamilton A Fort Brooke July 24, 1837 do.
92. Scennet, Stephen I Fort Frazier Oct. 16, 1837 Drowned.
93. Streeter, Joseph E Fort Heileman Dec. 16, 1837 Accidently shot.
94. Taylor, William C Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
95. Taylor, Isaac C do. do. do.
96. Taylor, Hiram H do. do. do.
97. Thornton, Thomas H do. do. do.
98. Tracy, Trueman F Withlacoochie March 21, 1836 Disease unknown.
99. Taylor, Whiteside G Fort Brooke July 17, 1837 Drowned.
100. Wilson, Joseph C Dade's Massacre Dec. 28, 1835 Killed in action.
101. Worcester, Oriville, C do. do. do.
102. Wright, William H do. do. do.
103. Wood, Thomas M. A Fort Brooke Dec. 3, 1835 Effectd of cold.
S-c I.

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used by U. D. C. members for veteran's connection claim for membership.
Submitted by Area 3, January 18, 1940,
Deceased Confederate Veterans -

lame Rank Organization Date en- Date Dis- Remarks
listed charged
Allen J W Pvt Co C 9th Fla 1865 Buried Con.
w-13. P-3j:c- 5 Cirole.City Cem
Archer D W Palmetto Bt SC 1865
Wv- 1 : P-3o0: C-/-
ABanks A Co C 2 Fla 4/9/65 Disc. AGO

Bostick W M Co D 3 Fla 6/15/64
W-, tp- .39 tC- A3tp
Brooks Wm A 1st Lt Co K 36 NC Feb 61 Moh 65 Disc. Capt.
Y- 13; P-3AW ,6-5&
Brown C M Pvt Co 2 F a 4/18/65
W-)3 3A, .'rg
Bryan D S Co F 2 Fla 4/18/65
r'9-3: P-3F4c'-/3
Bryan P M/V 1 Sgt Co D 9 Fla June 61 4/9/65
W- 6i P- \c -I"
Burdine Wm M Pvt Co 45 Miss June 65 Disc, 1 Lt

Burks R T Co A 17 Miss May 64 ieut

Burrow B W Go B Ga. Gav. May 65

Burteshaw J F Ce C 11 Ga 4/9/65 Disc. 2 Lt

Coleman W A Reo Off 4 Miss Cav 4/18/65
Conrad J T Ord Sgt Go F 28 NC Aug 62 Apr 65
David G R Pvt Co B 1 Fla July 61 4/9/65

Dowling J M Co E 1 Fla 4/25/65 Disc. Sgt

Dupont Theo Co K 2 SC 4/14/65 Com. Sgt

Dupont Thomas F Beaufort Troop 4/14/65 Ord. SGT
6, S.C.
Dykes J J Co B 2 Fla May 65
Feaster J N QM Co H 5 Ky 1863 1865

Gause H H Pvt Co B 18 NC 4/21/61 6/20/65

Girtman J W D Co K Ga. Cav. Apr 65

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used byU. D. D members for veteran s connection claim for membership. Page 2
Submitted by Area 3, January 18, 1940.
Deceased Confederate Veterans -

Name Rank Organization Date En- Date Dis- Remarks
listed charged
Hall G W Pvt Co G 14 Ga 6/7/65

Hardie Thos J Sgt Co H 9 Ga 10/16/6Z
Harrison Henry Pvt Co B 44 Va Gav 6/7/65
Hart Nathaniel Co B 1 Regt Orr's
Rifles July 61 Apr 65
Heslingten W T CeurierCo A 4 Ky(Cav) 5/18/65 Con. Circle
City Cemetery
Howard L M Pvt Rice's Bty Miss 5/10/65
Holtzalaw J C Co A 5 Fla Jan 61 Apr 65
Jaudon Paul B Co B SC (1st) 1861 4/18/65 Died 5/7/1909
Kiney J G Co E 17 Regt Ms Enl.-8/3/61 Dise.1865

Lassiter B F Abell's Art. Ga 4/14/65
May R C Co D Jeff Davis'
Leg. Va 1865
McCall W C I Co K 15 Ga 4/18/1865 Disc. Sgt Maj.

Mims J A Co F 5 Ga 4/18/65
Peddy J T Co G 7 Ga 4/9/65 Disc. Ord Sgt

Perry Geo W Co H 64 Ga 1865
Quinn Daniel Co L 1 SC 11/20/61 1865 died of sickness
Raulerson W T Go F 7 Fla Apr 65 Buried Delray Bch

Rupe Wm H Co E 2 Ky 5/1/65
Sanders W R Co B Ga Lt Arty 4/28/65 Disc. Sgt
Shone W J Sgt Co B 50 Ga 10/18/62 Disc. Lt
Sturgis Henry H Pvt Co G 44 Ala Oct 61 Apr 65

Walters John W Co A 1 SC 4/26/65

Waters John Co E 9 Fla 4/14/65

Wheeler J T Co G 8 Ga Dec 62 Apr 65

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Submitted by Area 3, January 18, 1940 Page #3

Deceased Confederate Veterans -

Name Rank Organization Date En- Date Dis- Remarks
listed charged

Williams H S Pvt Co C 40 Ala 1862 Apr 65


Lake City, Fla. ---- White.

Name Rank Regiment Co. Date of Death.

Bat;',, Mich 47th N. Y. B Apr. 30, 1861
Boon,, Will Gun-boat Sabin USN July 15, 1864
Bulkunj, James 7th N. H. A Feb. 27, 1864
Green, Harvey 48 N. Y. D Apr. 8, 1864
Johnson, George 47 N. Y. A Mar. 3, 1864
Johnson, Warren 47 N. Y. E Mar. 17, 1864
Long, Jeremiah 3rd Penn. A Mar. 3, 1864
O'Carroll, S. E. 47th N. Y. I Apr. 22, 1864
Richmond, E. 4th Mass. Oav. B Sept. 6, 1864
Wilton, Daniel 47th N. Y. H. Feb. 26, 1864
Woodoook, H. 115 N. Y. G Mar. 3, 1864

ROLL OF HONOR, Colored, Lake City, Fla.
Name Rank Regiment Co. Date of Death

Dow, Lorenzo 35th U.S.O.T. E June 10, 1864

Jacksonville, Fla., --White.
Name Rank Regiment Co. Date of Death.
Adams, W. R. Pvt. 57th Ind, D May 17, 1865
-- Adelsperyer, John Pvt. 64th Ohio D May 9, 1865
S rr, James E. Pvt. 177th Ohio H May 16, 1865
C-- Bartlen, James Pvt. 1st Mass.HIyArt.A May 7, 1865
3Bavill, Henry Pvt. 7th U. S. Inf. 0 Peb. 4, 1866
Beattey, H. S. Pvt. 10th Ind. Cav. May 12, 1865
Bowers, Christian Corp. 72nd Ohio B May 10 1865
Bratton, John Pvt. 75th Onio Dec. 5, 1865
Bucher, J. A. Sgt. 20th Ind. 0 May 15 1865
Buck, Wm. Sgt. 114th Ill. 4 iay 20, 1865
Carithers, John A. SgO. 6th Ind. Cav. M May 11, 1865
Cheesmanu, Jasper Pvt. 15th Ill. B May 6, 1865
Chesming4, Isaac Sgj. 15th Ind. Cav. L May 15, 1865
Childs, Barton Pvt. 8th Mich. Cav. K May 8, 1865
Claxton, William Cpl. 169th N. Y. H April 29, 1865
Close, William Sgt. 14th Ill F May 29, 1865
COroner, 0 Mus. 7th U. S. Inf. -June 5, 1866
Dacy, John Pvt. 4th Mass. Cav. C Dec. 8, 1-864
Dibble, Spencer Sgt. 8th Mich. Cav. G May 10, 1865
Preedley, Daniel Sgt. 14th Va. F May 15, 1865
French, Jemes M. Pvt. 111th Ill. I Apr. 28, 1865
Gruber, Henry Pvt. 7th U. S. Inf. C Oct. 23, 1865
Hampton, John Pvt. 3rd Ill. Cay. D Apr. 29, 1865
Hart, Wm.H. Sgt. 61st Ill. E May 14, 1865
Harok;', Richard Sgt. 1st Jersey Oav. K May 20, 1865
Heelman, George H. Sgt. 4th Mass Cav. 0 Nov. 17, 1864
Hope, John Seaman Nov. 6 1865
unt, A.- Pvt. 9th Va. Cav. E May 7, 1865
Hunter, J. To.----- Cpl. 8th Mich Cav. M May 13, 1865
King, J. r -V:P. YJPvt. 72nd Ohio K May 7, 1865
I.Langley, I. -.J Pvt. 53 Ohio K May 9, 1865
Lenville, James Sgt. 14th Ill. Cav. a May 15, 1865
Malone, M.D. Pvt. 42nd Ill. 0 May, 8, 1865
Meeker, Thos. V. Sgt. 79th Ill. G May 27, 1865
Miller, John Pvt. 3rd N. Y. F Dec. 10, 1864
Miller, Augustus P. Pvt. 100th N. Y. B Apr. 29, 1865
O'Neil, James Pvt. 7th U. S. Inf. C Oct. 31, 1865
IT-.'Neil, John Sgt. 7th Penn. Cav. F May 21, 1865
"EPaoeard, Isaiah Pvt. 18th Mich. I May 15 1865
3-/Parrish, Jame- 6/ Pvt. 114th Ill. H May 12, 1865
Potter, Samuel Wt C-) Sgt. U.S.Marine 0. May 22, 1865
Reed, George C. -- JPvt. 9th Mich. Cav. G May 11, 1865
Redd, Edwin Sgt. 13th Ill. K May 16, 1865
Regan, William Sgt. 7th Tenn. B May 22, 1865
SRibolds, Charles B. Pvt. 153, Ohio H May 11, 1865
Robbins, Richard Pvt. 61st Ill. C May 18, 1865
S Rochler, Thomas Pvt. 7th Ill. H May 13, 1865
Rodgers, Edward Sgt. 92nd Ill F May 16, 1865
Coon, Levi Pvt. 5th Mich. Cav. B May 6, 1865

H 0 N 0 R R 0 L:L, Continued.
Jacksonville, Fla., --White.
Name Rank Regiment Co. Date of Death.
Sampson, Henry Pvt. 7th U. S. Inf. 0 Nov. 4, 1865
Spell, R. 0. Pvt. 9th Ind. Cav. E May 10, 1865
Spencer, John B. Pvt. 3rd Mich. H. May 12, 1865
Thompson, Edwin Pvt. 14th Ill. H May 9, 1865
Trevett, Roseor Sgt. 1st Maine Hy Art.G May 20, 1865
Unknown May 27, 1865
Unknown ,May 27 1865
SVanh6rn;,Uriah Sgt 195th Ohio Art. B May 19, 1865
Sallaoe, John Pvt. 122 Ohio E May 11, 1865
' i'Whelandi, Mike Pvt. 7th U.S. Inf. D Oat. 27, 1865
Williams, Elia P/7 Sgt. 16th Ill. M July 23, 1865
Wilcox, C$.-" Pvt. 7th U. S. Inf. 0 Sept. 4, 1865.


Jacksonville, Fla., ---- oblored.

Name Rank Regiment Co. Date of Death.
/-> Allen, Alfred Pvt. 34th U.S.O.T. C June 1, 1865
J' nderson, Samuel Pvt. 34th U.S.C.T. E May 17, 1865
: /Boban, Thomas Pvt. 34th U.S.0.T. D Nov. 14, 1864
3 BrandO, Robert Pvt. 26th U.S.C.T. G July 14, 1865
Brown, Samuel Pvt. 34th U.S.C.T. G June 2, 1865
Brown, Peter Cpl. 34th U.S.C.T. D June 20, 1866
Carter, Henry Pvt. t: 34th U-S.C.T. I May 29, 1865
Carter, David Pvt. 3rd U.S.O.T 0 Aug. 21, 1865
Clay, Henry Pvt. 34th U.S.C.T. B July 7, 1865
Dilwoodl, Samuel Pvt. 34th U.S.O.T. K July 10, 1865
Ferguson, George Pvt. 3rdU.S.C.T. F May 23, 1863
Fisher, James Pvt. 3rd U.S.C.T. B Apr. 4, 1865
Hall, Harris Pvt. 34th U.S.C.T. E Sept. 7, 1865
Johnson, William H. Pvt. 34th U.S.C.T. P June 12, 1865
Lewis, Charl 6 Pvt. ;.,' 3rd U.S.C.T. B Apr. 29, 1865
McPherson, John 7bC vt. 3rd U.S.O.T. K Aug. 27, 1865
Plterson, Grant Pvt. 34th U.S.O.T. K Dec. 14, 1865
Sohenk, Moses Pvt. 3rd U.S.C.T. K Apr. 13, 1865
Singleton, Luke Pvt. 34th U.S.C.T. H May 24, 1865
Singleton, Homer Pvt. 3rd U.S.C.T. I Noy.5, 1865
Taylor, Step Sgt. 34th U.S.C.T G Nov. 24, 1864
Tucker .. P-P Pvt. 34th U.S.O.T. I Apr. 14, 1865
Tucker, Riohard Pvt. 34th U.S.C.T K June 4, 1865
Walker, Andrew Pvt. 3rd U.S.O.T. G June 18, 1865
Washington, Jacob Pvt. 34th U.S.O.T. H May 18, 1865
Watkins, Joseph Cpl. 3rd U.S.C.T. I Sept. 7, 1865
Williams, James Pvt. 35th U.S.C.T. D Feb. 11, 1865
Wilson, George Pvt. 34th U.S.C.T. I May 15, 1865
Wilson, Isaac Pvt. 34th U.S.C.T. G June 10, 1865
Wilson, Kensey Pvt. 34thU.S.O.T. C Sept. 11, 1865.

KEY WEST, FLA., --White.

Name Rank Regiment Co. Date of Death.
Arohart, Samuel let Sgt. 90th N. Y. I Oct. 2, 1862
Arnold, Luke M. May 15, 1864
Berry, Allen Pvt. 10th N. Y. July 4, 1864
Blood, Amos Pvt. 161 N. Y. A Mar. 12, 1864
Blowers, Barton Pvt. 110 N. Y. K July 10, 1864
Brooks, John Pvt. 90th N. Y. A Oot. 2, 1862
Burkham, James Pvt. 110 N. Y. K Mar. 21, 1864
Carrington, Ed. 2nd Lt. 143rd Mar. 6, 1865
Chipman, Henry G. Pvt. 13th Mais. Bat. May 14, 1865
Clinton, Chas. Chief Mus'n 161st N. Y. Dec. 19, 1865
Diehl, Solomon Pvt. 47th Penn. B June 8th 1863
Dorey, Geo. Pvt. 110th N. Y. July 4, 1864
Duff, Everett Pvt. 5th U. S. Art. E Feb. 25, 1866
Dunning, Chas. Pvt. 110th N. Y. July 21, 1864
Dunall, Milton N. Pvt. 110th N. Y. E Aug. 31 1864
Fitzgerald, Christopher Pvt. 06thN. Y. B Apr. 13, 1863
Furguson, Owen W. Pvt. 110th N. Y. I July 15, 1864
Gardner, Chaunoey Lt. 110th N. Y. Jan* 23 1864
Griffith, 2nd Lt. 90th,l.XY-SupposedG Oct. 2, 1862
Hanford, Charles H. Pvt. 90th N. Y. E Sept. 25, 1862
Harris, Justin Pvt. 110th N. Y. K July 6, 1864
Hatoh, George Pvt. 2nd Fla. Cav. F Feb. 1st 1865
Hazen, Charles Cpl. 110th N. Y. Jan. 25, 1864
Hern, Joseph Pvt. 110th N. Y. K July 17, 1864
Hook, Carnelius Capt. U.S.A. Jan. 19, 1864
Johnson, Montgomery Pvt. 10thN ..Y. D May 16, 1864
Johnson, Frederiok Pvt. 2nd Fla. Cav. D Jan. 11, 1865
Kennell, Jesse Cpl. 47th Penn. B Mar. 29, 1863
Lane, Alfred E. Pvt. 2nd Maine Cav. M Apr. 10, 1865
Lee, W. Charles Pvt. 110 N. Y. A July 10, 1864
Lewis, Edmund Pvt. 6th U. S. Cav. Oat. 28, 1865
Martin, Charles Pvt. 3rd Pen. H. A. I Jun. 23 1865
Mitchell, Joseph Pvt. 5th U. S. Art'y K Feb. 8, 1866
Moore, Frank Sgt. SOthNs.Y H Oct. 1, 1862
Nelson, Robert Pvt. 110th N. Y. K July 10, 1864
Parks, John Sgt. 93rd Ohio D Aug. 11, 1864
Peuse, Opl. 901thiN.Y EK Oct.
Peak, George Pvt. 90th N, Y. Oct. Y t T86E
Redriok, Balaso Cpl. 110th N. Y. E- ,Maygi29 1864
Robinson, James Pvt. 30th Mass. A July 2, 1864
Russell, Myron 0. Drum. 110th N. Y. K Jan. 27, 1864
Shawl, J. H. D. Hosp.St'd U. S. Army .. Jan. 12, 1864
Simmons, Isaac Sgt. 110th NY., K Jan. 9, 1864
Smith, Peter Pvt. 110th N. Y, E May 7, 1864
Van Burnen, William Pvt. 110th N. Y. K July 7,1864
Van Whiohlen, George Pvt. 5Oth' -. Y. I Oct. 3, 1862
White, James L. Pvt. 2nd Fla. Cav. I Jan. 2, 1865
Wideman, William Pvt. ; 110th N. Y. K July 14, 1864

ROLL OF HONOR, Continued.

Key West, Fla., White.
Name Rank Regiment Co. Date of Death.
Willard, Andrew Opl. 110th N. Y. Jan. 25, 1865
Wilkinson, Charles Pvt. 90 N. Y. B Nov. 9, 1862

Name Rank Regiment Co. Date of Death

Addison, John Pvt. 2nd U. S. 0.I. G Mar. 20, 1864
Aderick, Joseph H. Pvt. 10th U.S.C.I. L Sept. 8, 1865
BaDger, Richon Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I E Aug. 26, 1865
BAKER, Peter Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I. A Mar. 13, 1865
Baker, John Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.T. P June ZO, 1864
Barracks, John Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.T. F Feb. 26, 1864
Benson, William H. Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.T. F May 19, 1864
Berry, Ba3il Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I. C Jan. 9, 1864
Brown, Henry Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.T. C May 11, 1864
Brown, John Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I. K Dec. 18, 1865
Carpenter, A. B. 1st Lt. 2nd U.S.C.I. K Sept. 18, 1864
Caste, Amthee Pvt. 2nd U.S.0.I. B May 30, 1864
Chipman, James Pvt. 2nd U.S.O.I. G Sept. 19, 1865
Clark, Stephen Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.T. K May 10, 1864
Cook, William Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I. C Oct. 9, 1865
Crawford, William Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.T. 0 May 10, 1864
Dan, Thomas A. Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I. F Dec. 5, 1864
Denly, William Opl. 2nd U.S.C.I. 9 Jan. 11, 1865
DJnston, Peter Pvt. lOthU.S.C.I. K Dec. 19, 1865
Dunn, William eti. 2nd U.S.C.T. I Mar. 3, 1864
Fellows, Stork Col. 2nd U.S.C.T. May 23, 1864
Ferrien, Robert Pvt. 99th U.S.C.I. B Apr. 28, 1865
Freelan, William Sgb. 2nd U.S.C.I. D Jan. 2, 1866
Gardner, Henry F. Pvt. llth R.I. Cold Feb. 23, 1865
Gibson, Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I. F Dec. 17, 1865
Green, John Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.T. C Mar. 3, 1864
Hatten, James Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.T. 0 Jan. 9, 1864
HAYES, Wright Pvt. end U.S.C.I. B Mar. 4, 1865
Hill, Weldon Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I. H July 27, 1864
Hives, Isaac Pvt. 99th U.S.C.I. K Mar. 11, 1865
ETrt, Charles Pvt. 10th U.S.G.I. K July 7, 1865
Jackson, W. J. Lt. 2nd U.S.C.I. July 18, 1864
Janiper, J. Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.T. H May 17, 1864
Johnson, Robert Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I. H May 1, 1864
Johnson, Henry Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I. B Oct. 23, 1865
Jones, George Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I. I Oct. 16, 1864
Keenland, Frank Pvt. 99th U.S.C.I. Mar. 24, 1865
Lewis, Warren Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.T. C May 17, 1864
Lincoln, B. C. Major 2nd U.S.O.I. Mar. 6, 1865
LintOiV, Luther J. Lt. 2nd U.S.0.T. May 28, 1864
Sinthotj, Luther Lt. 2nd U. S. C. T. F May 28, 1864

ROLL OF HONOR, Continued,

Key West, Fla., Colored.

Name Rank Regiment Co. Date of Death
Linton, Alfred Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I. D Jan. 4, 1866
Marshall, Joseph Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I. H Mar. 26, 1865
Marshall, John Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I. I May 11, 1864
Martin, John W, Capt. 2nd U.S.C.I. Jan. 18 1864
Meeoher, Henry Lt. 2nd U.S.C.I. May 31, 1864
Mitohell, Allen Sgt. 2nd U.S.C.I. K May 30, 1864
Moore, Samuel Pvt. 2nd US.C.I. B Sept. 11, 1864
Mowrey, Forey Pvt. 10th U.S.C.I. D July 5th 1865
Murphy, Thomas H. 2nd Lt. 2nd U.S.C.I. H Mar. 12, 1865
Nimmer, Edmund Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I. B Aug. 11, 1864
Nixon, Henderson Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I. A Aug. 18, 1865
Owens, Nelson Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I. B May 8, 1864
Peter, Frank Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I. E Mar. 25, 1865
Pierson, Richard Pvt. 2nd U.S.CI. C Dec. 15, 1865
Price, Franois S. Sgt. 2nd U.S.C.T. K Mar. 4, 1864
Ray, George Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I. H Feb. 24, 1865
Reed, Charles, Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I. C May 9, 1864
Reinhart, John J. Capt. 2nd U.S.C.T. Bat.A May 26, 1864
Richardson, Robert Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I. D July 2, 1865
Robinson, Samuel Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I. K Jan. 3, 1865
Shields, Wyatt Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I. H Jan. 26, 1864
Soheider, James Chaplin 2nd U.S.C.I. Apr. 26, 1864
Springstonr,, Alex. I. Capt. 2nd U.S.C.I. K Sept. 6, 1864
Sterling, John M, 1st Lt. 82nd U.S.C.I. Oct. 25, 1865
Stribling, William Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.T. F May 14, 1864
Tin, John Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I. E June 18, 1865
Tinu, Henry Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I. G June 3, 1865
Tracy, E. B. Capt. 2nd U.S.C.I. B Apr. 16, 1865
Van. Conghuot, John Lt. 2nd U.S.C.I. Jan. 9, 1864
Ward, John Pvt. 2nd 2nd U.S.C.I. K Oct. 29, 1864
Warnen, Orinton Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I. B Dec. 26, 1865
Washington, George Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I. C July 10, 1864
Washington, George Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I. I Jan. 18, 1866
WHITE, Henry Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.I. B Apr. 26, 1865
Wilson, John Pvt. 2nd U.S.C.T. D Mar. 12, 1864
Murry, W. R. Sgt. 2nd U.S.C.T. G July 4, 1864



TO ~omKE IS, 1Bs.4

r7,/C bL u C ^,.,r" a'it 19 / o.

Jby 15th,

jnaro Derine, 43 yi., t rlunaD Xan I:Doim*tt, Sl yrn., Inrtsan
30o. UohaounneA, 45 Vsr., relend Jo.e. C0 Street, 53 yenr, Zreland
Jon. martin, 16 Syro Canada fJa. ~obnarlna, 38 yr8s, Xreland
Blaslua Yakes, 24 yrs., Gernmay De J. Crowley, S; ywa Doston
Jamea Lee, 1 yrs., Penmna Oham. Bavi, S~ yini QOio (bapt.)
7Jly l8th.

Edrard Connor, 235 yre, Iroland Peter MaeddAe 54 yrs,, Ire3and
Henry David, 58 o**, Iroland Patrick logan, 25 yr~n, Ireld
Francle Wood, 21 yrF.. Irelamn Wa~ Prumnnr, 14 yr., Penna.
Henry Hollnma, 25 yn, N.Y. ohn farley, 84 yrs., Irosel~
X0. winter, 25 Fra5, Goanany Au. Tolbeek, 19 yr, Gearny
Frank,Keplor, 17 yrs.. N.Y. Mlahael Kenney, 2S y~P., Irelua
July 17th.

Corn Dacer, 25 yro.X Canah Jono. Grons, 80 yzs., GOiany
Ndh Sowtazrts, 19 yre., Geznany Jo. Sohmital 88 yaz, Germ.,
laidor i2ern, 6 gry, eormany J-os. Voaanm 40 yrs Freanoe
!reed Miller, 24 yroa. Gorannmy Frd Rosignal, 35 yra., Canada
Bart riffin, 25 Sye., Miscourt Peter Wiener, 30 yroa o GeCrmn
Andreow Pihe, 20 yrsa, Canada nToalneon, 84 yrs., Virginia
D. G. Kearney, 25 ys., Ireland (baptaied)
July 1Bth.

Chas. Reiny, 21 yrs., Wisconsin Alfred Featy, 85 yro 0leveland, 0.
Jon* Friwont, 30 yrao, Baden. Philip lUtura, 30 yroa, mIplos
Jas. Thoimpon, 80 yrs., penna. Jaams Smith, 19 yra. Ponna.
Jonas Jonens 43 yprs Walese wa LoQrath, 86 ymeis Ireland
John 1I~rley, 33 yfra, IrelandA )MCarren 0 yr., Phila., Pa.
Bernard NTeehan, 39 ys., IrelaMa Patrick lynn, 19 yas., Ireland
Va. BrotnI, 46 yirn, reland David Kelley, 40 yre., Irelaa
oas. !L0uire5, 55 y*s., Irolamd Thos. Solean, 50 3yr., Wichigan
Almos Doweond, B yres, Cnada Patriyck E. Cloary, 18 y' .,
John Kenny, 81 7yr Ireolnd Be Conn Ca ae, Hartfrd*
Conrad Walz. 1 yra., Wittenburg.

0179 loth.
vi( Jones, 8s3 rt., Temnn. Thos. Ioioy, SS22 ya#., Ireland
Jaotues Bran,1 2 y ., Alsaco IL8 Fopelgor, 25 yri*, Wittenburg
Geoo V. Hlnn, 86 yns, Irolena Jas. Do&Oon, 50 yrfs, Ireland
VrA GooQ~n, 28 yIrs Penna. Jacob Irembuarg 50 7xs. GOemny
M1 OConnowr 8s0 prs Ireland Those, Harrington, Lf e4 ool
Henry UoVeaOgh 8S 7yn*o Livcapool (atbt by fr* Verot)
Antornus, Prxusla, AlMohael. Whaln, 40 yrs,* Irelma
Fred 3ohmifts, ag YrB** SwvitzerlmAd Hear1 Groet, 40 yrae. Paris Fr.
Chas. ~syewrs 0, iSO m,, t rln

fJty anst.
John Manl~uev 16 yn, Boaton Rye Lobate*, SL gra** Vlanb

257 ~Mato
rnm. 1i3blo, 20 yrs., Baden John 8waWo EDS 7yrso IrelaMA
Joso. aBicktE 3SO ys, strasBboa .

Jfty s3d.7
!michael Umillr, 80 yosn, ersany n. GaOabeMr, 27 yra. ZIreland
Daniel 1llUer 19 yre., fBaltimoarem- Ya. Lailhonay, 27 yr.s, Irslahd
Androw Scott, 50 yr.., Peuna. John oheirby, 41 yr.s0, Irolan

Jas. O'Keetfes, yin Irelem Pat'k Grcrs 44 yro., Iraela
(hin bro. Miohaeo, Had vRI.P.) Banj, Schnaeder 40 yn#., Gefag r
yiLchael King, SO yras Jam WValsh, 22 yero, Boaton Masa.
Jno. )onaldson, 55 y=.,* lrelanad wa C. Uordon 43 yroa, halucn.d.
Pat'kc. Sullitan, yra., Ireanda John shoehan, S3 yrs., Zoelan

July 24th.
joas. SoavaI 44 ana., England Martin PilgCar 8 yrs, Geanaar
Those. wranta, 0Gema Jame N.-- s- 45 yrs., Tenn.
John Conaelly, 87 yae., Camda Edmrd Mahan, B yras. IreXand
John Earighty 4 yBQ ., D1s ton John Park, #8 yars. Tea, (bapt)
Arthur Redagr, 835 yrsi, Gmany M*oh'l. Kennody, 88 yXas, Irelmad
Va. Gllabha,3 80 ycos* mrlman4d Rudolph -m-, 35 yra, Switzerland
Thu. Dixon, W0 yrO, New Yozk

July 25th.
Those. atlvaney, 40 yms., Ieland Dannia Griffin, 2S yos, Ireland
Chaas Leamn, 20 yPeo. Penm. Those. fai., %4 yrWs, Zoland
Jase MoOG~ ro, SB ygpa Ireland Chao. Schelder, 42 yrs. Bamvari
jach'l HaraEgr, S8 yraoi Ireland Arthur Wholam, 40 yro, Ireland
Richard IlydO, 28 fair., Bosta nd. Tonker, 2 yrS., Upper Canada
Jas. Henary, 0S yrs., Ireland Thos. J. a-Ltingly, ES Ys., Uine
John Cleen 22 yrs., New Yot* Pranik Miller, 32 yra, Pennma

Dennie Costello, i8 yro., Ireland Jnol I. 1 onahn, 22 yrt., Ind.
William croead 28 ps., Ireland ArcXUibuad Hamil, S9 yrs.* Ireland
laworence Muirpy, AB yrs. Ireland Thos, J, Brady, 48 yrs reland
Goo, Wo WilllaM, 32 Fr., Irelean Edward Waleh, a8 yras, Nt Yt
Chase MFies 84 3E s., Now York

Julys 7th.
,jE MeGoee, 8 psar, Philas Jacob Abel, 20 yro., Co. X 0Ath
Pens pcann1, 28 iare, eadano N.Y. Infantry, Canada
Dan Ryan, 5 y~rs, Co. B 120 Peter Moanza, 35 yro, Belwlum.
N.Y. Inftmtw, Ireland as. Wtroe, 19 yros, Coo&da
Jamos qu1nn, A yrs., Co. N, 46 Jno. schipper, 54 yrs., Gremy
Illinotl Inftantry, No York Miohael Perda, 19 yrs N.Y
----- ~rvoport, 85 yrso, Co. K Pat'k Kane, 21 yroa, relanA
18th M91as* IhdttS Ireland Pierre do Nr~v, S2 Pyrs, Montroal
Joas Corrign, Co. E. 140th N. Y. Pat* Zaraday, 0 FyrPa Ireland
Infant ty, Ireland LeOWi Young, 24 yr.rs, Gneay
TaJo Lewisa, 3, yrs, Co. Be lst N. Joan Baleont, 23 yr,, r Bavoy
Y. Lighl Artllmay7, Irolea Milae Flynn, 80 yrs., Irelan

A y SBth.
Leurenoe Dippel, 48 yies, Geanny Jas Patteoson, 17 3yr,, Co.0
Andrew MAcOuckon, 88 3so ., Co, 17th Mich, Infe Uppr Canla
C0 lot NaYt CTalry, Pentmfl (Baptized)
Johb Sohbmit a3SB Pr, GCe Osr WLich'1 Cuallen, 10 yras, Ireland
Those. Smith, 31 yra. Ireland JaeB, lOafthy, 85 yrs e, Baetn
Joso* sohnaslder 30 yr#., oa~ny iar e Boyle, 84 yrst, Ireland

Jany 8th.
Bonard Clligan, 27 yrs., Co 00 Joa. g. King, 80 yrs,, Co. X, Ksrd
end Ohio Inf IrLelaenm Mh, In*. Ireelan
bia. 14 Parkorr 80 YSe Co. H Jae, boonea, 26 yre., Co. D 503th
1 198th Ohio Xnt] 0, (baptlied) Ohio Intf IronlaSa
John Tracy, 80 yasxe Ireland, Tyndn P. Haault, 20 yrea', A.
rhdolph Schlag, 57 ywas, GeOTna Jaes Doyle, 53 yroB, Ireland
Robt. No borrittf, 0 yrsa, 00* L Denny Donova, 85 yrop, ESglan
2snd entuky Cal Kentutsy Matthias Ell~ t, 1 7 yres. Ohto

July 30th.
Mich't "'alah, 85 yrse, Ireland stephon Vick 824 yras Badson
John Green, 46 yrss, Upr. Canada Jas. Toohey, 3 y9rs, Irelani
John Lobohal, A y8wAs Frankftt Pat l3agher 25 yras, Co. E, 4th
Jaon Byrneo, 23 ys*, Ireland Ohio If., Irelnd
Jos, Lungsnbtalbr 828 yi ., GarMany MElhtIl Martln, 25 yrs., ItflanB
Franios oantloey, 8 yp, Co& H icoh'l Callaean, 32 yrs., Irelad
Sth Conn. Ints GOermny

2Wy 81st.
Wm schwartz, o86 ps, omGerny Maurice Harnett S2 ra*s, Ireland
Patl.k HanleyI 7 yB.a Ireland Albert MiGrath, 20 yras, Irelan
Antoine Harwig, 37 yFat, Gomra Mtoh'1 Wright, 2S yvns Ireland
jno. lonaban, 81 yreo, Ireland John WbOnrtbh, 26 yrsa, Ireland
Edward carter, 2S ye.,, Co. A Co. D. 60i1 N.Y. Xafantryr
7th N.Y. Hvsy. Art. Irland Antoine Sotoer, 50 yr., oGarany

AUglst lat

uiogene Chargna, 86 ras. rance Clumlen Ubhner, 23 yTra Co. A
Pat'k ~fDeaott, 21 yao.,i Doa 7 ath Ohio Inf.o Prusia
5th Kentuclty Inft Ireland RB.Mitchell, 26 yras, Coo E
Robts GIarddinr, E2 as, Co. K 17th Kontucsy, InT*, KMtuoLy
155th X.Y, In.f IXel2and (baptizedl
Peter Cronan, 26 yr*, Ireland Edard Nolan, 18 yro., 26th N.Y.
Pit'kl Laccor 80 yrai, Iroland Cal. Ire oand.
John J-wrd, 24 0 yrr cork Irilcnd Cha ltik aunm, 32 p*rs, Iroland
%"U Liatfoot, 59 yna. Co. G .as Soul3y, 30 yea, Io rland
9th Zouave C al. Anland

fy. ei on, P yras, Canada John Viehlon, 29 yras, Inland
Yt.nklln Loao~ as yra*, N.Y. Chas. He Me th, as yre N.Y.
jbaptitae) (baptized)
Anuaat Oth.

hi II4. teiher, 2B yis, Phil* Pa. Pat'k sullirazi, 29 yrs., Co. I
iJaea,. la ooy, 40 yire, Co. o 2Snd 9th Mass. Inf. Iraland
14. Y7 Inf. Dublin Ireland aonna Cooin, 21 yra8* Co. C
Sohn Rohringo, 23 yrra Co. Do Iat 9th Lbasa Intr Brooklyn, NYT
Smi neota Inf. Grantmny GCias Kolley, 23 yr3,O Co. 68S2
,'at* Gcllespie, 2 yra., Co. G Ponna. Int. Arlansas
S 0Cth Masa Inf. Iroland Timothy sulllvn, 35 yres. Co. e
'Thoso FaTlxan 20 yrea, rland 76th Ohio Inf. Ireland
Mat Mahoney, 19 yra., Co. H Bart, Nooney, 21 yaE. Ireland
96th Penma In.a Upr. Canada Mles shea, 19 rs., Co. 1e 7th
Conn.* Inf Ireland

An&sat e8h.

Franota Petrat, 40 yro., Co. C John Bronnan, 829 yru, Co. B. 3rd
12th NY. Cav. Canada Kentucky Inft Canada
$iman Lestey, 25 yrB., Co. D Bernard a Ca=nn 28 yrso, Co. A
Ohio Int*. treland. G8rla. NY. Int. Ireland
chaboel Riordan, yrs., Co. H William 1arggrett, 39 yrs., Geamny
249th N.Y. Inf. Ireland John Daoey, 21 rsa., Co. A. 83rd
-rerry O(rion, 58 yes., Co. F N.Y. Inf. Ireland
65th. N.Y. Inf. Ireland Louis Boldaau, 27 y=r#, Co. 26th
Janms BEacett, 20 yra., Co. D Mass. Int. Canada
50th Penna, Inft IroleAd Wm. Reilly, s2 yrst Ireland
Aupst 7th

Thild IeParlands, s yner, Co. L Joseph Benoit, 23 yrsa, Co. D 1st
let visoonsin Cave Ireland Venant InW. Canada
Olive Lewinx, 2a yxB, Cot H 2st John Do Cruin, 3s ynzs, Ireland
Vermont 3ht* Canada Thn Faulsmner 23SS yra, GeQnan

AUgl t. 8th.
Timothy Otoarroll, 17 yrs'. CGo A Joseph I. 0Cyome, 41 yra., Co, B
69th N*Y. In. Irelaid 147 N.Y. Int. Ireland
Willing MaoComicek, 43 yre,, Co Charles Marchat, 2S yro., Co. F
Is 2nd No.Y. Art Ireland 28th Mass. Inft CanaLd
Etard Demel, 45 9*yrs Co. G Joaoph Ripp, 30 yro., Co. H. 26th
Oth N7J InfS Irelaod Lba.8 Info Geany
Charles Callahan, 40 yra., Co. 4Iochael Coonoy, 27 yreas Co& D
59th 111. Inf, Ireland Plth U.S. Inf. Irelcnd
Thonas CGheehozn, 20 yrps, Oo. ? William Mitchell, IS yrs*, Co. 0
2nd Rhode Island Inf., Halifax 59th Ohio Inf., Ireland

Aungst 9th,

J.B, Grey, 41 yasB, Coo' l 6th N.Y, Mihael Reilly, 35 yr.o, Co. K
Art., NTe York E6th Laos. Intn, Island
Timothy McCarthy, 32 yru., Co, B Thoras Olmnoey 23 yrns, Co. 0
25th Mans. Inf. Ireland 21st Mass Inf., IrelSd
John Lyons, S9 yrs., Co. 2nd John coarty, 33 yro., N. Brnau'k
Masso Carv Ireland

Auaws t 10th.

Thcnmas O'o0Qanll, 41 yri,, Co. E. Patrick Sweeney, 40 yre., Co. 7
SAth MasseB Inf* relal 19th Maine Int I rland
James H. Gillins, GL. yrs., Coo H John Keefe, 29 yFrn, Co. L. 8th
115th N.Y. Inf. New York renna. Cao. Ireled
John qprms, 40 yre., Co. B1 7th 7.A. Toola, 21 yrm., ao. I, 11th
Vernont Info Ireland PenI. Inf. Pezmnylvamnna.
John Blake, S yre Co. Oo 7th James McOerry, 20 yr.a, Upr. Canv
Yeaaon Int? Ireland iatrick Dolan, 23 yrs*, Irelan
;.iohael sullivan, 48 yros, Co. K. John a Rn 3) yrs., Ireland
69th NYo Info Ireland John Rosenburg, 40 yrso, Oersay

AUgust 11th.
ratrick Donahne, 59 yrs., Co. F. Patrick Gallagher, 83 yrs., Co. B
3s t Vermont Cavo Ireland 13th Mass. Inf. Ireland
Matthew Da3efr S22 yr*, Co, X Aexanoder Navarre, 23 yrps, Co.
7th Penn. Reser. Inef Ireland 19th Mich. Inf. ioehigan
'Thomas Ford, 26 yrz., Co* I. 7th Terrmee Mooore, 29 yrs*, Ioland
Penn* Resyre Int. Irolead J.G. Jones, 20 yrs., Virg. (bapt)

Anaast 13th.
Jacob ,ebor, 20 yras, Indinar Jmes Byraes, 25 yr.z, Iroland
Jerry Lynch, 35 yre*, Ireland Nath'l Roland, 52 yrs., Holland,
Alfred Pepin, 26 yrs., Canada lazimn Lupmnan, 47 yr3o* Can.

Mua1st 1Ath,
Joams Duntn 43 yrs, Ireland raneooa Valee, 69 yro S
Arthur Hyde, 82 yrsne Ireland Bfordeaux, frence
rotrick CGrey 22 yra, Ireland Jaenos O'EBrien 40 yrzu, Ireland
sirmplican Nadot, 17 yrs., 1ass. Pat oDeIrm tt, 22 yrs., U.s.
Charles N. Allen, 8 yro, laUse, Reg Abg, Irel 2xr

Anwust 151th
Jamso Butler Ma yrns, Oo. B. 2nd Jaes Baroamun, 68 yro., Ship
?NY7 CaO. New York Carpontar, U.SN*I, ali'x., ?N.S.
Danny PDnowan, 35 yeB., ab. M Quaid, 81 yas. Dub* Ifr,
London, EnSLaan, Pat so stehlar, Penna (1Bapt)
rim. iearson, 19 yro, Tort Can. Paul Vanoole, 16 yrae, No.J (Bap.)
Janis Rlnn, 22 yrs., N.Y Henry B. Noeale, 58 yr., Larap1
Louis schneed, SS yr., GoCraen (Baptized)
Jean Marie Eoupers2, 21 yr. n,John MBQa llin, 826 yr., Ireland
lheiLs, Frano.

Atlqat 16the
Jorry Grifttn, 16 yrs. Pxnne. Edea*d Devlin, 49 yras, Ireland
Daniel MEoeaor, 07 Ss, Ieland vid Whito, 20 yreo. Penn.
itichael Collus, 21 yrza. Peann. Jchael Troanor, 32 yFro, Irelan
JamDs HOalW 45 yrs., Ireland John Honny, 20 yrs., IrolanA
ArthUi ToWley, 2S yrs., Ireland ~an Curr(n, 2 yro., Ieland
John 0,hara, 45 yrE., Ironla Soltrid de Chalon, Madid, Spain

August 17th.
Victor Lenot, 22 yrw., P.wrin, Pro h3ynmn Solerao 28 yraso Penn
John Gartland, 40 yrs. Iro2and martin laemoroaux., 2l yr., lNY.
Jno. LWallsan 29 yro, aIeland Uioholas L. Menshe~r, b yrs.,
Owei Fagan 40 yrw., Irolan1a witzorland
Anthony Plarasoinr, 28 yr.=, Prea Mlohlas aLotue, 0 yres, Ireland

A-gust 18lth

Joseph Meyer, 47 yY.. Goenany Theoifre Do Prondereaax, 21 yazz
mone Crondo, 80 yra., iY. 4yanwe
tichel MEior, 18 yrao, anaida Fredooric Schamp, S4 y7s., CGae
Pateiok Lynch, S3 3yras Ireland ThomaB leor, 44 yr., Ireland
John owners, 18 yrea, Irelamd Mich'l Wagonor, 123 yra, Oen
Jao. oaroque, 35 yr3n, Ireland Bernard IM Govern, 48 yrs.. Ire*
Antoine Depa., 22 ySi, IBlAium

AAuwat 19th,
John Donnovan, 85 yro*, Ireland Mich'l Keoting, S3 yra ., Ireland
Edward Lansor 22S yr*, Cana&a Jospeh Towns, 86 yrea, Ireland
John Brown 30 e50 y n.Iland Patrick LMoelone, 44 yZa*, Irloe~ n
iaernard vaers, 17 y"a., I.Y. Thons Prikear, 22 yrs, Irelad
ratri k Mcgsan, 50 ysa., Diblin Ja'mes laherty, 17 yrsis, Ireland
Thomas Snyth, 8I yar*, Ireland Iatriok Hogan, 40 yrns, Ireland
Thomea Gransey, g8 yro, Ireland Wn* Braenan, 47 yrs., Irelmd
ratrick Holden, M Byr., Ireland Jaeos O'Brien, 43,, Ireland


Sopteibaor 2&th, 3.86
Adolph Stein, 4 YB, O ermw Hootor Looancdr, 18 yrsr*, Can

September 27th.

Mihael Camapball, 33 yra N*Y

Septoamer 27th.
Lowii Griffin, 41 yra., Pren. Henry Soharkceit, 534 rso., Ger
Johuab Hovin, 22 yrsa* Penne John Frederic, 30 o*., GoraEany

Septeabor. 2th.
Corneollu Stonei 28 yis*, dcoh John Cannon 28 pr., ra isud

septoaber 80th.
amon role, --Gew=rany. John Cannon, 88 yrj., zelaund

October slt.
Timothy RellUy, 24 yrr, Irelan. Noioe Couleo yr, i8 yr, hiMhlan

October 3rd
David Dennig, 19 yrst, Joso, oe Hemiaharp, G16yix',
Thoor. vllinaa, Z1yris, Ohio tIryland
John Connor, 2~ y*9e, U.S. Navy, Petter vnonoa, 3 yoB, iasos
HIatilton Holeas, -~ N.Y (bap.) (baptized)

October 4th*
Michael Rohan, 60 yrts, Iroland John Koefe, 22 yrsV, U.S* i Nvy
an. Byrne, yars., frelnad Iroland
Timothy Reanm 40 yrs, Iroland MVu Proaning, 25 yres, Georman
Louie Lavonne, 54 yrs., Paris, Frt

October 5th.

Timothy Daley, 23 yps., Ireland Antoine DosriviL, 24 yrs., Ver.
JTamea ,yrr, 23 yras, 3teland Charles Coyle, 40 yrs., Ireland
Chaos F. Allen, 80 y2P., N.Y. C.DP. aml, 5 y3.s, Malne
(ofptized) Daniel Shea, 27 yre., Ireland

0otobor 6the

Ilian t., Courant, 85 yr.., Con Jae. M3cCabo, 22 yra,, 0, (bapt)
HIgh WPartland, 10 yrs., Iro. Stophmio icardo, ~5 yra., Italy

;' f

October 7th.
James walshb, 38 Fwr, Ireland John Cummins, 40 yrs, IrelanA
Jos. Leland, 28 yrs, Canada. Henri Nattleu, 38 yrae, Canad
Narc~le LXabio, 897 yr.e CGne

October 8th.
Timothy Roilly, 84 yre, Ireland Oeo. Canotay, 17 yrs*, N9.Y
John Durr, 2S yr7o, Oeran John Cahill, 30 yr., Irelasd
Louis Kohler 25 3Mt2, Germanny Mehael Cpp, S3 yrea, Irelmd

October 10th.
7m., Ricko, E1 yrce, Ireland Jasn Connelly, 26 yrs., Ireland
Those. FillburL, .2 yr.S Conna Bnarnqr OtHara 20 yra*, Ireland
Iatrick Shields, 33 y*s., Iroltcd ri.* Fitzgeral4d 18 ye., Ireland

October 11th.
John :dder, 20S yrs. Germany Joh OtNail, 8 yre., Ireland
John 'bana8, 34 ygrEs Ne Yor*Z

Ootobor 12the
JonTaa Parlor, 19 yrs,, Mass, Franois G* Butler, 82 yra., Tenme,
i.Tllla Ward, 83 pes., Ireland (baptized)
Henry Layton, 22 yFrar Canada Paul Reno, 5 2yra, Prussia
Wm. P. Campbell, 28 Yrs., Temn., Ia. Barry, 30 yrO., Ireland

October 14th.
Miohael Kelley, 28 yre*, roelad

October 31th*

frAd Miller, 286 yrs, P~oe

October 17th.

Vincent Deslocet, 19 yr.s, FrAUoe
October 25th.
Those Grimes, 3 yra., Ireland Geo. W. Kirtch, 81 yre., Virginia
Jao. materson, 28 yrs*, N.Y. (baptized)
UEbridge Johnston, 47 yxa., Me. Alocis Assoneau, 24 yrps., Canada
(bap tized)

October W8th.
Own Tilben, 21 yrs., Irelmad Chae Moore, 81 yrp, N.Y. (Bap)
Paul Rogerea 25 yr,, Tenn., ihoase McOarthy, 20 yrs, NsY,

October 29,th,
Patrick .3fcCabe,, 30 yrs., Irela0 n

ottceaer 3uLts

Pat M*GoveWn, M yrs., Irelan

Novumb 4th.
o7eioh Kahr, 3 yrs GenaW Matthsw anythe, 2S yras (bapt)
Andrew Sohyrd, 8i yes., Geram

Noveabor 7th.
Fled Bey7, SB yrt, Indiana

NOeamber S2t,
Thoo* Roards 28 a. LWs arv, Fr. &apoleon utrpenant, Si yrs.

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Heard conffoslon of 72 Iriehmao namesa ukwown.


Gunboat "Georgia" Cruiser "Nashville"
Chief of Staff Surgeon General
Ramn "Albernarle" Gunboat "Gaines"
Paymaster General GENERAL HEADQUARTERS sg Officer
Torpedo Boat "Daid" NAVY DEPARTMENT Gunboat "Patrick Henry"
Chief Engineer UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS Executive Ofcer

Selma, Ala.
Dec. 5, 1924..

Mr. J. Clifford R. 'Foster,
Dept. Archives And History,
St. Augustine, Fla.

Dear SirV

I am inclosing herewith, for your files, records on the
following named men who were from Florida, and served in the
Na al Branch of the Confederacy during the war between the

You will observe from these records that, on some of
the men we have been able to get only a partial record,
however, I have retained a cppy of these records, and as
I find additional information concerning the men who served
in the Gonfederate Navy, I will compile it and forward it to
you around the Ist of each month.

Kindly acknowledge receipt of these records to Oapt. W. H.
McBlroy, Oliver Hotel, Atlanta, Ga. And Oblige
Yours very truly,

Capt. Nayy Dept. U ., V-


George H. Arledge." P M. BaoWr.-

Adam N. Baker. Daniel G. Brent.-'

James M. G. Baker. Thomas W. Brent.

.I ...'; .*': y ''; *' .



August 13, 1957.

General Mark W. Lance
The Adjutant General
St. Augustine, Florida

Dear General Lance:

While I am in Washington getting copies of the Confederate records,
I thought you might have a little more information than I have con-
cerning the Coast Guards and Navy records. If so? Please let me
---know. From Soldiers of Florida, I assume the ones serving in -te-
-oast Guards mentioned on pages 48, 49, 52, 53, 56 and 57 Just
entered the Confederate Army or Navy.

The Navy records have always been most incomplete and from checking the
records here I have been unable to find very many. Dr. Irvine, however,
is going to Farry us in to another Department and we will check the
files at the Congressional Library.

We are going to get microfilm copies of a68 boxes, of carded records
and we are examining the unindexed records now to see if we can find
more records that have never been put on cards. We've found a few already;

Dr. Irvine Archivist, National Archives and Records Service and his
office force have been wonderful and helping in every way to get as
complete list on file here of Florida Soldiers and Shilors as possible.
I expect it will take three months, more or less, to complete the work

With my very best wishes, I am,


/ecretary,State Board of Pensions

National Archives & Records Service
National Archives Bldg
Washington, D. U.




ARLED E, George H. SENAC, Felix
BAKER, Adam STOCKTON, Edward Canty
BAKER, James M. CO (James McC.)
BAKER, Page M. (P. ) TOMB, James H. (TOMBS)
BANES, John S.
BREW, Daniel 0. WATLINGTON, Francis
BRENT, Thomas W. WILKINSON, W. W. (William W.)
WIISON, Joseph D. (Josepb David)
CARDT, Joseph WRIGOT, Augustus 0.
CARNES, William W.

DYKEB James H.

FAGAN, Henry
FRYT, Joseph

GOZAIS, Samuel Z,

BENIURSON, Nathan K. (Nathaniel K.)
ROGUE, Williaa S,
HOLES, George

IVES, Norman U.

KELLY, William J. (illiam W. J.)

MALLTOR, St6phen L


O'NEAL, George H.

PACETTr, A. N.(or A. A.)
PEARSON, Charles 0.

RANEY, David 0.
RENSHAW, Francis B.
RUNTAN, William B.

26 August 1957

Miss Romelle Bowen
Secretary, Florida State Board of Pensions
National Archives and Records Service
National Archives Building
Washington 25, D. Co

Dear 1iss Boent

In response to your letter of 13 August 1957, pertaining to the Confederate
Navy, the comments outlined below are furnished as a result of a search of our

During the years of 1924 and 1925, an individual identified as "Captain W. I.
McElrcy" with title of "Captain, Navy Department, U.C.V." conducted an exhaustive
research in the Southern States in an effort to locate Confederate Navy Records
and furnished this office with carded information for those individuals whom he
could identify with Confederate Naval Service from Florida. For your information,
there is attached a list of 37 names representing individuals identified by Captain
Mcllroy. The name of A. B. Noyes is the only one identified with Soldiers of Florida.
See page $2. In many instances, information is very meager as to date of entry and
date of discharge; source of information was obtained from veteran himself, other
individuals having knowledge of veterans, as well as, what appears to be an official
source, "U. S. and C. S. Navy Registers, reports of Officers and records of the C. S.
Navy Secretary's office".

There is also attached a sample of carded information in these cases which will
give you an idea as to the informality of preparation and data.

I wish you every success in your effort to add to State Archives. I hope, upon
your return to this State, you will visit my office for further coordination between
our agencies in furnishing information on Confederate Veterabs.

Sincerely yours, ".

Major General
The Adjutant General
It Incis
List (1)
Cards (3)

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Chief of Staff Surgeon General
Ram "Albermarle" Gunboat "Gaines"
Paymaster General GENERAL HEADQUARTERS Flg Officer
Topedo Boat "Dald" 1 NAVY DEPARTM ENT Gunboat "Patrick Henry"
Chief Engineer UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS ExecutiveOfficer

Local Headquarters,
635 Common Street,
New Orleans, La.
...... February, 28, 1926 ..

Mr. J. Clifford R. Foster,-
Adjutant Gen.
State Arsenal,
St. Augustine, Fla.

Dear Mr. Poster:

I am inclosing herewith, for your files,, record on
Ebenezer Farrand, who was from Florida, and served in
the Naval Branch of the Confederacy during the war between
the states.

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W. H. MoElroy, Navy Dept. U. C. V. 6S5 Common Street, New
Orleans, la. In acknowledging receipt of this record,
kindly express your opinion as to the value of our work,
and as to just exactly what you think about it, as we
would like to know, and we will probably, publish your re-
ply in our magazine, The Confederate Sailor.

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Gunboat "Georgia" Cruiser "Nashville"
Chief of Staff Surgeon General
Ram "Albermarle" Gunboat "Gaines"
Paymaster General GENERAL HEADQUARTERS Flag Officer
Torpedo Boat "Dad" NAVY DEPARTMENT Gunboat "Patrick Henry"
Chief Engineer UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS Executive Officer

Lake charles, La.
jan. 31, 1925.
J. Clifford R. foster,
Adjutant General, State Arsenal,
St ..Augustine, ila

Dear Sir:

I am inclosing herewith, for your files, records on the

following named men who were from Florida, and served in the

Naval branch of the Confederacy during the war between the


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W, H. Moalroy, State board of Pension Oommissioners, raton

Houge, La., and oblige

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John K. Mithell"t Henry K. Stevensa.

Charles G. 'earson.e" James H. Tomb.a'

David G, Baney,./ W. we Willinson.

Francis i. *anshaw.' Josep D; Wilsons

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Chief of Staff Surgeon General
Ram "Albermarle" Gunboat "Gaines"
Paymaster General GENERAL HEADQUARTERS la Officer
Torpedo Boat "Da.ld" NAVY DEPARTMENT Gunboat "Patrick Henry"
Chief Engineer UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS ExecutiveOfficer
Local Headquarters,
Chamber of 'Commerce,
Beaumont, Texas.
Maroh 51, 1925.

Mr. J. Olifford R, Foster,
Adjutant General, State Arsenal,
St. Augustine, Fla.

Dear Sir:

I am inolosing herewith, for your files, records on the
following named men who were from Florida, and served in
the Naval Branch of the Confederacy during the war between
the States.

Kindly acknowledge receipt of these records to Capt.
W. H. MoElroy, Chamber of Commerce, Beaumont, Texas, and
Yours very truly,

Ca t. Navy Dept i7U. 7.

-George H. Arledge/ Daniel G. Brent: Joseph Fry.

Adam N. Baker.0 Thomas W. Brent Samuel Z, Gonzales.

James MoO. Baker./ Joseph Car&y./ 'Nathaniel K. Henderson.1/

Page M. Baker.v James H. Dyke/ %' William S. Hogue./

John S. Banks/ Henry Pagan./ William W. J. Kelly.V

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Gunboat "Hampton" / Aide to the Admiral, and State
Commanding 8.* t 4. Director, Research Bureau
Gunboat "Columba'" Cruiser"Nashville"
Chief of Staff Chief Surgeon
Torpedo Boat "David" Cruiser"Rappahannock"
Chief Engineer NAVY DEPARTMENT Flag Offier
Ram "Albemarle" UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS Gunboat "Patrick Henrv"
Chief Purser Executive Officer
Local headquarters,
Chamber of Commerce,
Waco, Texas.
May 6, 1925.
Mr. J. Clifford R. Foster,
Adjutant General, State Arsenal,
St. Augustine, Florida.

Dear Sir:

I am inclosing herewith, for your files, records on the
following named men who were from Florida, and served in the
Naval Branch of the Confederacy during the war between the

Kindly acknowledge receipt of these records to Captain
W. H. McElroy, Txahs tate Library, Austin, Texas, and oblige

Yours very truly,


Stephen R. Mallory. Francis B Renshaw.

John K. Mitchell. Edward Canty stockton.

A. B. Noyes. James H. Tombs.

George H. O'Neal. Francis,.Watlington.

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Blackner, Walter S. 48 199 Byron, Lucian 381-4WO

Baker, ienry L. 58 Bothwell, Theron B. 408

Bassett, George V. 509 i67 273 Blac1ell, Woodford V. 412 492

I Bue, Arohie P. 72 Barrs, Albert E. 462

' Bruner, P.M. ; 83 Beemnan Edwin P. 495-*3

Brook, Sobuyler CI 117 Bevis, lenry P. 507

Beardall, William 119 Blanding, Albert Hazea 522.
e, J h 10 Beinett, Ralph Julian 545 -552
Bell, Joseph 140
SBrake, Arthur Schlegel 563. L72
Buok, William-J. 145
Iachman, Roy D 575
Brown, Xandell 0. 157 4 174
l 0 Baya, Jos. Francis 578
Bingham, Charles M. 160 Bates, Gerald H. 593

Brown, John T.," 178 Bradshaw, William Wesley 604

Bates, Thomas H. 188 221 Banks, thomas C. 19.
'Brown, Chester To 664-7,
Bashore, Ellis '/ 196
B R Bushnell, Syram E 715
Barr, Roger B "/ 205
Bonacker, Wm. C 725-77
Barker, Clarence A. 210 Baa, Geore 761

Bilton, Harold 225 Brown, Austin E 769
BaLlough, Wilmans K 772
Barohan, Stanley S. 265 377 Ba u Wil
Barchan, Stanley 8 774
Boardman, Frank C. e 275-311 Brown, 'hoasR & 784.

Bie, Nouman 305 Boawell, Andrew V 799-800
.. Barnea, ftohard W 804
Bird, John B. 307
Blackmon, Heyward J 806
Blinn, Theodore A. 29 329
Bunker, Charles W. 339
Byrne, Jobdi C 354
Bradley, John 374.


Carter, Roger 740-7b11
Condo, Fred M 752
Cawthon, Jbo. A. 759
Garden, Alva F 764

Couohman, Heber E 773
Cooper, Ralph Wt. r 775
Carlton, Maurice ,B 785

Cato, James B 807



Name Page Name Page

Coleman, Arthur 9 Carlton, Clarence H. 211

Cline, Holden E. 13 Cassidy, James O. / 216

Couter, Augustus B. 30 Cooper, Clifford H. e" 235 -3

Campbell, Henry C. 41 Collins, Vivian B. 247- 5

Cantrell, C.G. 46 Cox, Sanford P. 277
S8 Crouch, Thomas M. e 340- 3(
Crary, John L. 47 88 451
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Coombs, James P. 51 78 Coe, Theodore L. o 348 _
Co r, H y P. Cole, Henry H. 373
Cooper, Harry P. 59
Camplboll, James F. 397
Clement, Joseph T. 62 Olmons, vathaniel 415

Covington, Victor T. 64 Carlton, Lewis @. 417-42

Campbell, D.C. 77 202 Chittenden, LeRoy P. 465

Carbine, William L. 87 Cato, Samuel H. 520
CroApton, Lieonel ,1. 538-6,
Cobb, Charles R. 100
Cook,- William Earl 541
Crawford, Henry C.,Jr. 105
Crosby, Win. F. 550
Coates, Robert E. 120

Childers, George E. 130 Cole,Warren P. 566
Garden, Alva Frank 569-6.'
Conley, Harry F. 132
Carter, Ippie 574
Catts, Sidney J. Jr. 7 139 173
Carlson, Frederick U. 592-68'
Coslick, George M. 142 194
slik George M. 142194 Chappell, John R. 595

Cassells, James E. 143 Corker, Paul G. 618.

Cawthon, Harley 151 Condo, Ered M. 620-6;

Caldwell, Fred J. 154 Crain, Horace B. 627
Copeland, Goodrich R. 644'
Clement, Joseph T. 155 Com, s 6
Coombs, Jamfe-s P 650:7
Craig, Harry W. 192 23 .Olarvoe, Harold M, 663
Darter Roger 678.
Collins,. viaf B S SiQ
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Drane, Ossian W. 56 Dodd, George A 714 -7

DeWatte, Royal 98 Davidson, Charles B Jr 753

Dunkle, David F. 107 172
Diahong, Milton M. 148

Dohm, Herman C.F. '" 165 308

Davis, Ellis F. "r 185

Davis, Walter B. 180

DeCottes, George A. 239
Dennis, Fred A* v 274

Dart, William T. 291

Davies, Forrest E. l 310
Dunne, Joseph L. 362

Dunn, Thomas H. 79- i

Dame, Henry G. 384
Dutton, Stewart P. 404

Dolaney, John R. 405

Daffin, Mitchell J. 442-*3S

Davis, Lisle L. 472
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Davis, Bruce Livingston 526
Dague w Howard Dale 565,

Duell, Glenn J 700
Dowans, Elbert D 7135

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Erickson, Harry No. 169 Foster, J.C.R. 487 ': 3

Ewing, Cliff B. 2 230 292 Ferris, Josiah D. 20
Enniss, Pinokney CG. 272 Ford, Algernon S. 152
Ernest, Milton J. 482 Frit, Carrll H. 227-313
ans, Harry C I 768
.Frazier, William R. 24

SFleming, C.Seton v 284

Fulton, William A. 325

Fauoett, John H. 353
Foland, Russell 0. 473
Frost, Ezra R. Jr. 512
Fulton, Paul Russell 555

Fielding, James Brack 586


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Garoia, George J. '/- 5 213
538 Grimsley, Wmn. C. 729
Goodrioh, Lewis E. 11 Gatohel, Arthur L 756

Greene, Ralph N. 31 32 Grady, John Albert 768 -71
70 115
Garcia, Edward V 797-798

Greene, Lorin A. 33 34

Green, Guilford 39 -55

Griffin, J.Burnie 42 43

Guilford, Glenn H. 52

Givens, Morris M. 61

Gainer, J.C. 91

Gatlin, William A. 93

Gravely, Louis 0. 121

Gates, George P. 137

Garoia, Edward V. 214 331

Goodwin, Ralph M. 246
Gardner, William G. 271

Green, Alfred A.*' / 326

Griffis, Orville J. / 347
Gifford, Wilbur H. 398 /14
Garrison, Paul E. 409
Gregory, William H. 410 452
Gilliam, Jesse J. 432
GrR H, T&^ 7r 4^/. ; ^
Grace, George Elmer 600 -
Gibbs, Geoie 0 707-7 '
Givens, Robert H Jr 719 3

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Harrell, Frank Bamberg : 531-.54

Hull, Daniel S. 533
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Holstlaw, Charles H. 540

Hicks, Henry J 544

Harper, Ellsworth C 576

Hackney, Claude J 581

Harley, Herbert E. 584-h

Hull, Milton E. 588

Hill, Charles E. 608-

Hatcher, Fritz 509

Hill, Robert N 660

Hligs, 3dgar A 672-7?1~

HIobb, Joum D. Jr 675
Heilich, John 677

Hill, JoO. J, 680-703
Howard, Warren W 683
Hardy, George RB 718.
House, Henry W Jr 731
Hutchison, Jos. C. 736
Hull) Milton E 735
Hofmann, Wilbur D 767
Holdstoek, Tames Jr 805

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Houston, Patrick 16 Hardenbergh, John A. 257

Hale, I~dwin H.- 26 Heidenreich, John C. 264

Horsey, Hamilton R. 27 49 Hawkins, Allan C. 282 510

Harrison, Samuel G. 28 -110 Hampton, Hood C. 298 359

Hilltrn, Oscar P. 35 68 Hamner, William E. 299

Holstlaw, Charles dH. 38 -228 Huskisson, John C, 300

Harrison, Samuel C. 63 -127 Hewlett, Thomas Pd. 302 378

Hawkins, J.R. 76 Hesterl y, Homer W. 4 ~.a

Hinely, Joe 86 Harrison, Samuel G. o 304 453

Home, John L. 92 Harton, Leon J. 306, 387.:

Hirsch, Maurice C. 97 Hampton, Fred J. o 317 460

Hampton, Henry A. 101 Hedrick, John J.,Jr. ~ 318

Hewitt, James P. 102 Balliday, John/ 333

Heidt, Burfoid A. 103 Hallman, Roy C. i 350- 1

Harrison, John E. 109 1 Hawkins, Michael B. 368,-, -

Hatton, L.M. 111 Rare, Harry S. 386

Hodges, Genous S. 116 Holder, Robert M. 390 497

Hall, 0larenoe N. 396
Hopson, Benjamin W. 135 Hl Clar e 5

Harris, Charles E. / 238-335 Harper, Charles C. 420

Hildreth, John H. 463.182 layman, W.Paul 43

Hardy, George E.W. 450- 40
Hennig, Jay H. e 177-248
Harkness, Robert B. 464,-7
Hobbs, Charles N. 190-260
Hill, Richard D. 470
Horn, Harry As 267- 201 ''"
Horn, Harry A 67-01 Hambrick, Henry A. 475

HaOkl, Albert T. 6 513
Helvanston, Franl: I). 537


Name Page Name Page

Ingram, J.Russell 334-6L6 Jarrell, Lee 22

Julian, A.J.P. 118

Joughin, Wallace A. 138

Jones, Claude C. 146-

Jones, DeWitt C. v 176
S' Jenkins, Sydney J. 486
johneen, Carsten A. 498
Jones, W.Bgene 517-53

Jones, Woodfin G. 598
Jonkins, Elmer I. 605
Jones, W.Eugene 603
Johns, Charles B. 630
Johnsao, Norman Millard 687

Johnson, James A Jr ] 696
Jenner, John T 706

Name ': Page Name Page

King, Fred W. Jr. 12 Leon, J.Waldo 45

Katz, Howard. M. 21 Livingston, James A. 75

Look, Guy A. 'V "* 170-208 Leslie, Archie E, 94

Kaiser, Walter W. 184 Lamb, Josiah P. 104

Kinard, Luther L. / 223 Little, Edward 0. 106
Kuight, George W. 413 Leffinwell, John B. 136
Keating, William u. 488
Keatin illiam 488 Lovell, Charles P. V 1970220-2
Kearney, Hubert N 665-b67b
Lee, Joseph L. / 207 2,
Knox, Arthur W 670
Klein, George 7 766 Lossing, Harry F. 241-ZV

Kendriok, George F 780 Lovell, Charles P. Jr. '^ 245
Keating, VWn. B 781 Lewis, Granville, K. '~ 251
KeUly, Thos J 793
Ts Luther, Arlie C. 294 355
Lee, Larmarcus W. J 301

Lowry, Sumter 1.,Jr. J 316 356,
Lowry, Loper Be 394
Lyle, Boger b. 426-524
Lloyd, Cyril S. 429
Layton, Caleb BR 516
Lee, Dewey G. 539

Lathtln, Charles G. 543
Laird; Roland A. 589
Lewis, Ray 614
Lance, Mark VWe -4 643
LaPia, Raymond U- .688
Lewis, Harry J jr : 705-1 'SS
-. Lesley, Emory I Jr 712
L. -Leonardy, M1&ion V '.770
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Name ., Page Name : age

Metcalf, R.Floyd ; 15 Mc eer, James W. 449

McCord, Peroy B. 15-A McGuoken, Harold 457

Martin, Allen B. 29 Mero, Percy A. 466

McClane, John W. 65 Merrin, Frank G. 471-71
Martin, Floyd G. 519
Miller, Oliver J'. 71
I cIoor, JaBs 17eedon 54G
Martin, Mallie 89 s l
Martin, John W. 549
McOaughen, Calvin B. 112 Messing, Chas. .1. 571

McCants, James 122 Morgan, Vi. 573-(0"

Mitchell, Lucian 123 Martin, mn. C. 635
Marshall, Albert V 633- 9
Morgan, John 149 Mays, Hugh L 646- ?
14;rshall, John Jr.(Engrs) 649
Miner, John V. 166-315, 651
Harks, Harry DeW. 651
McClurg, Clinton V. 224 IErton, Villias 661

Mcontosh, James A, 295-7~7 UcClir a, John 0. Jr. 673
Morrison, Fred J 679
McOullars, Sanmel 323 Mansfield, Gail B 686-11

Mote, LeRoy 363 i MEleen, John Henr 717
rkhamm, Emet T. 371 MoNeer, James W. 548 721
Macfarlan, John G 737-71"
Moore, Paul W. 376 McNamara, John 0 771
Madigan, Edward P 778
MoKenzie, Albert C. 400 adian, ardP
Marshall, John W 786
Moore, Calvin G. 418a-6 MoDaniel, Robert T 796
*. L MoCall, Pennywell 801
MoCalla, J.Donsala 421d&9
McCall', Pennywell P. 435- 1
Messing, Charles S. 441-5Z /

MoDaniel, John 443

MoRae, Barle H- 445

Name Page Name Page

Deligan, Harold F. 125 O'Brien, John J. 149

lixon, James Mo 128 Oen, John F. 468

Noblit, Roy / '193 OfRourke, John 7 -7

tettles,,clarence L. / 234
Noble, Natban Stanton 570

Noblitt, James L 722
Nordgren, .Karl E 777

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