Thursday, April 17, 2008

The Men Who Mutiny From Fort Jackson Sept. 20, 1814.

On September 20, 1814, Hundreds of men of the Tennessee Militia, mutiny and deserted from Fort Jackson and from their posts. They followed their Captains, as they believed there was no law that could make them service more then the thirty days then they had signed up for.

The information here is on the court-martial of the many men who mutinied on that day. As this report is over eighty pagers long I can not put in all the testimony, therefore I will list all the men charged and the findings of the court. I will also list all the men named from the pay rolls of each regiment that deserted that date.

For those of you who have any questions or have a request you may do so at the following: dsegelquist1@cox.net

Note. This information comes from the Military affairs volume 3. pages 703-784. The information is housed at the Library of Congress.

Note. For those of you who did not find a family member. Here is the full list of the company’s of the 1st., regiment infantry. The information recorded here is only of those who deserted from Fort Jackson, so your family member may still be recorded. I will do a full search upon request, you can use the above address to do so.

Commanding officer Colonel Philip Pipkin.

1. One Pay & one muster roll--Field & Staff.

2. One pay & three musters rolls--Captain William Mackay or McKay.

3. One pay & three musters rolls--Captain John Robinson.

4. One pay & three musters rolls--Captain James Blackmore.

5. One pay & three musters rolls--Captain Henry M. Newlin.

6. One pay & three musters rolls--Captain John Strother.

7. One pay & three musters rolls--Captain David Smyth or Smith.

8. One pay & three musters rolls--Captain George Mebane.

9. One pay & three musters rolls--Captain Ebenezer Kilpatrick.

10. One pay & three musters rolls--Captain Peter Searcy.

Note. These are full rolls.

The court-martial of Captain, John Strother, 1st regiment, West Tennessee militia.

Charge 1St. Exciting to mutiny.

Specification. In this: that on the march between Fort Deposit and Fort Jackson, between the 4th July and 31st of the same, he stated in presence of some of the troops there was no law to compel them to serve longer than three months, and unless he was shown a better law than, he had seen he would march company home at the end of that time.

Charge 2D. Conniving to mutiny.

Specification. In this: suffering those under his command to go unreported to the commanding officer, contrary to the Rules and Articles of War in such case made and provided, and in using words tending to lead men to the act of mutiny: that if he was the lieutenants he would march the company under his command home on the 20th
September, 1814.

Charge 3D. Disobedience of orders.

Specification. In this: not complying with the regimental order bearing date the 23d August, 1814, which required the officers of all grades, and privates, to use their best endeavor to suppress any mutiny or intended mutiny, under the pains and penalties of a violation of the law of the United States. To which charges and specifications he plead not guilty.

Witness of the prosecution, from Captain Strother company and Captain Kilpatrick’s.

1. Lieutenant Thomas Home. 2. Ensign Thomas Simpson. 3. John S. Smith, fife-major. 4. Sergeant John D. Smith. 5. David Morrow, sergeant. 6. Jonathan Smith, private. 7. James Carter, private. 8. John Harris, private. 9. Francis Compury, private. 10. Robert Kelgore, private. 12. William Long, a private. 13. Sergeant Elijah Cheek. 14. Anderson S. Britt. 15. John Green, private. 16. Moses Age, private.

Witness for the defendant, from Captain Strother company and Captain Kilpatrick’s.

1. Colonel P. Pipkin. 2. Major Jacob Thomson. 3. Lieutenant John T. Cooksey. 4. Major John C. Hicks. 5. Ensign William Pegram. 6. Ensign George J. Martin. 7. Philip Bryant, private.

The findings of the court.

The court, after mature deliberation on the evidence adduced, find the accused guilty as charged, with the exception of failing to report his men to the commanding officer, and that he be dismissed from the service as unworthy of holding a commission in the army of the United States.

The court-martial of Third Lieutenant James McCauley, 1st regiment, West Tennessee militia.

Charge 1St. Exciting to mutiny.

Specification. In this: that, between the 10th and 20th September, 1814, speaking words tending to lead men to the act of mutiny, by saying that the opinion of the United States attorney for the State of Virginia was nothing but newspaper law.

Charge 2D. Conniving to mutiny.

Specification. In this: that on the 19th September 1814, he gave directions to some of the mutinous party to put in his knapsack his proportional part of provisions which had been forcibly taken from the issuing house by them; and further said that he would be with them in a few days, as he had some business to settle which would detain him that length
of time.

Charge 3D. Disobedience of orders.

Specification. In this: not using his endeavor to suppress any mutiny or intended mutiny, as required by said order of 23d August, 1814.

Witness of the prosecution, from Captain Strother company and Captain Kilpatrick’s.

1. Lieutenant Thomas Home. 2. Sergeant John D. Smith. 3. Jonathan. Smith, private 4. James Carter, private. 5. Rowland Vick, private. 6. James Gumdral, a corporal 7. John Smith fife-major. 8. David Morrow, sergeant. 9. John Harris, private.

Witness for the defendant, from Captain Strother company and Captain Kilpatrick’s.

1. Colonel P. pipkin. 2. Captain George Mebane, 3. Lieutenant John. T. Cooksey. 4. Lieutenant James Boyd, 5. Ensign Thomas Simpson. 6. Ensign Jesse Gilbert. 7. James Shelton, private. 8. John Benham, a private. 11. John G. Clark, private. 12. .Robert Bumpuss. Private. 13. Benjamin James. Private. 14. Robert Plant. Private. 15. Ensign George J. Martin. 16. Philip Bryant. Private.

The findings of the court.

The court, after mature deliberation on the evidence adduced, find accused guilty as charged, and sentence that he be dismissed from the service; have his sword broken over of his head, with a total disqualification of ever holding a commission in the army of the United States.

The court-martial of Private, Jacob Webb.

Charge 1St. Desertion.

Specification. In this: that, on the night of the 19th September, 1814, he deserted his post while on guard, between the hours of six in the evening and six of the morning of the same month, September,
1814.

Charge 2D. Conniving to Mutiny.

Specification. In this: that, on the morning of the 20th September, 1814, he
paraded with the mutinos party, and, at the end of reveille beat, marched off with them, yelling and firing scattering guns, and after arriving within the neighborhood of Fort Strother, between the 20th and 30th September, 1814, he headed the mutinous party of Captain Strother’s company.

Charge 3D. Robbery.

Specification. That, between Fort Strother and Fort Deposit, be stopped a wagon, and took out flour belonging to the contractor’s agents, Messrs. Pope, Braham, and Hickman, in the month of September, between the 20th and 30th of the same.

Witness of the prosecution, from Captain Strother company and Captain Kilpatrick’s.

1. Lieutenant David Mitchell. 2. Lieutenant Thomas Horne. 3. Captain ,Strother. 4. John Carroll.

Witness for the defendant, from Captain Strother company and Captain Kilpatrick’s.

1. Green B. Newsom, private. 2. Samuel H. Burton, private. 3. Samuel Gibbs, private. 4. J. Webb, private.

The findings of the court.

The court, after mature consideration on the evidence adduced, find the prisoner, Webb, guilty of the first and second charges and specifications, and sentence him to receive the punishment of death by shooting.

The court-martial of David Morrow, a sergeant of Captain Strother’s company, West Tennessee.

Charge 1St. Mutiny.

Specification. In this: that, between the 20th and 30th September, 1814, he carried about a paper to get signers to go home on the 20th of the same; also, on the morning of the 19th September, 1814, he forced the guard at the issuing house, and broke the door, and rolled out several barrels of flour; went to the bullock-pen, shot down several beeves, brought them to camp, there issued the beef and flour among the mutinous party, cooked it, and, on the morning of the 20th September, 1814, at the end of reveille beat, marched off at the head of the mutinous party of Captain Strother’s party, yelling and firing his gun.

Charge 2D. Exciting mutiny.

Specification. In this: persuading soldiers to go home on the 20th September, 1814, and not reporting those who were speaking words tending to lead men to the act of mutiny, as required by a regimental order of August 23, 1814.

Witness of the prosecution, from Captain Strother company and Captain Mebane’s.

1. Stephen Bay, sergeant. 2. Philip Bryant, private. 3. Co1ove P Pipkin. 4. George Gohee, corporal. 5. Green B. Newsom, private. 6. George Gurnbreel, a corporal. 7. Captain Strother.

Witness for the defendant.

The prisoner having refused the privilege of producing any evidence in his behalf, exhibited an honorable discharge from the 28th infantry, with the following general order:

“General Orders. “Camp Stewart, November 1, 1814.

“To all of the officers United States army:


“Whereas David Morrow, belonging to Captain John Strother’s company, attached to the 1st regiment Tennessee militia, who deserted from on Jackson on the 20th or 21st of September last, has come forward and surrendered himself to this camp, has acknowledged the error of his conduct, professed his penitence for the same, and begged permission to join his company and serve out his time of service or duty as a faithful soldier, he 4s hereby pardoned, on reporting himself to his company, of Colonel P. Pipkin’s regiment, without delay, subject to the will of the commanding general.

“The officers commanding at stations arc directed to furnish him with
rations; and the said David Morrow is permitted to join Captain Blackmore, who will suffer him to do so, in order more safely to pursue his proper journey to his proper station.
“GEO. DUFFIELD, Aide-de-Camp to Brigadier General Taylor.”

The court-martial of John Harris, a private of Captain Strother’s company.

Charge 1St. Mutiny.

Specification. In this: between the 10th and 20th of September, 1814, he went about through the camps to get signers to go home on the 20th of September, 1814, and stated that he would soon have a larger company than Captain Kilpatrick; and on the morning of the 19th of September he received his proportional part of the beef and flour that was forcibly taken, cooked it, and on the morning of the 20th of September, 1814, at the end
of the reveille beat, marched off yelling and firing his gun; and after arriving in the neighborhood of Fort Strother, he stated that he would retake those who had been taken by Captain Blackmore.

Charge 2D. Conniving mutiny.

Specification. In this: not reporting those who were of the mutinous party, as required
by the Rules and Articles of War.

Witness of the prosecution, from Captain Kilpatrick’s company and Captain McKay’s and Lieutenant Mitchell detachment.

1. Lieutenant .Noah Bennett, 2. John H. Hogan.

Witness for the defendant from Captain Kilpatrick’s company and Captain McKay’s, and Captain Mebane’s

1. John Husbands, private. 2. John Johnston, private. 3. Edward Stephens, sergeant. 4. James Alexander, sergeant major. 5. Ensign Daniel Kelly. 6. James Smith, private 7. James Nelson, private.

The findings of the court.

The court, after mature consideration on the evidence adduced, find the prisoner guilty as charged, with the exception of yelling and firing his gun, and saying he would retake those who had been taken by Captain Blackmore, and sentence him to receive the punishment of death by shooting.

Court-martial of Henry Lewis, a private of Captain Mebane’s company.

Charge 1 St. Exciting to mutiny.

Specification. In this: that between the 10th and 20th September; 1814, in presence of a large portion of the troops, said there was no law to compel militia to serve longer than three months, at any time, and longer said that he would go home on the 20th September, 1814, and that he would take provisions where he could find it.

Charge 2d. Mutiny.

Specification. In this: that on the morning of the 19th September, 1814, he went to the bullock-pen, shot down several beeves, brought them to the camps, made a proclamation for the mutinous to draw rations, to take them home, of the beef and flour that was forcibly taken, cooked it, and on the morning of the 20th of September, 1814, at the end of reveille marched off, at the head of the mutinous party of Captain Mebane’s company, yelling, and firing scattering guns.

Witness in behalf of the prosecution, of Captain Mebane’s company.

1. Major Hicks. 2. Major .Rolston. 3. Colonel P. Pipkin. 4. Lieutenant Richard Swanson. 5. William D. Routon, sergeant.

The prisoner voluntarily refused to produce any evidence in his behalf.

The findings of the court.

The court, after mature deliberation on the evidence adduced, find the prisoner guilty of the first and second charges, first specification, and so much of the second specification
as marching off at the head of the mutinous part of Captain Mehane’s company, on the morning of the 23d September, 1814, and sentence him to receive the punishment of death by shooting.

Court-martial of David Hunt.

Charge Mutiny.


Specification. In this: that on the morning of the 3d September, 1814, he said he would go home at the end of the three months, or die in the attempt; and that on the 19th of September he broke the guardhouse and went off with the mutinous party on the 20th September, 1814; and that he received his proportional part of the provisions that were forcibly taken from the contractor’s agent on the 19th September, 1814.

Witness in behalf of the prosecution of Captain Mebane’s company.

1. Lieutenant Rodney Earhart. 2. Lieutenant B. Swanson. 3. William Owen. 4. Joseph Lawrence, Corporal.

Witness in behalf of the defendant of Captain Mebane’s company.

1. James Dunaway, private. 2.

The findings of the court.

The court find the prisoner, Hunt, guilty as charged, and sentence him to receive
the punishment of death by shooting.

Court-martial of Edward Linsey, a private of Captain Searcy’s company.

Charge 1St. Mutiny.

Specification. In this: that on the morning of the 19th of September, 1814, he went
with a number of others to the issuing house, and forced the guard, and broke down the door, or showed others how to do it, and took out several barrels of four, rolled it to the camps, issued it received his proportional part, cooked it, and at the end of reveille beat marched off with the mutinous party, yelling and firing his gun.

Charge 2d. Exciting to mutiny.

Specification. In this: that between the 20th of August and 20th of September, 1814, speaking words tending to lead men to the act of mutiny.

Witness in behalf of the prosecution of Captain Mebane’s company, Captain Searcy’s and Captain Strother’s company’s.

1. Corporal James McDonald. 2. Edward .Pickett, private. 3. Pharaoh Hudgins, private. 4. Lieutenant David Mitchell.

Witness in behalf of the defendant of Captain Strother’s company.

1. James Gumbral, corporal. 2. Edward Black, private.

The findings of the court.

The court, after due consideration, find the prisoner guilty as charged, with the exception of “forcing the guard, cooking his provisions, and yelling and firing his gun,” and sentence him to receive the punishment of death by shooting.

Court-martial of the following names:

From Captain Strother’s company.

1. Leonard Farmer. 2. Peter Duncan. 3.Stephen Johnson. 4.Lewis Thomas. 5. Simon Scott. 6. Pharaoh Hudgins. 7. Samuel H. Burton. 8. Samuel Austin.

From Captain Mebane’s company.

1. James Thompson. 2. Hugh Carlin. 3. Joseph Wright. 4. Joshua Joiner. 5. John Smothers. 6. Henry Butler.

From Captain Searcy’s company.

1. Wade H. Night. 2. Burwell Hobdes. 3. John Oliver. 4. Philip Holland.

From Captain Kilpatrick’s company.

1. James Arnold. 2. Alexander McMorris.

Charge 1St. Desertion.

Specification. In this: that on the morning of the 19th September, j.814, between six o’clock in the evening and six of the morning, they did desert from their posts on guard.

Charge 2d. Mutiny.

Specification. In this: that on the morning of the 19th September, 1814, they received their proportional part of the provisions that were forcibly taken, and on the morning of the 20th September, at the end of reveille beat, marched off with the mutinous party.

The findings of the court.

The court after due consideration, find the prisoners guilty as charged, and sentence
them to make up the time lost whilst absent from service; that one-half of their pay be stopped; that, at the end of their respective service, they shall have half of the hair of their head shaved close off then drummed out of camp. But from the youth and inexperience of Arnold and Hobdy, the court beg leave to recommend them to the commanding general for a remission of the sentence.

Court-martial of the following names:

From Captain Mebane’s company.

1. Sergeant James Nelson. 2. Joseph Routon, private. 3. A. Whitton, private. 4. Robert B. Roberts, private.

Charge 1St. Mutiny.

Specification. In this: that on the morning of the 19th September, 1814, they forcibly took beef and flour from the contractor’s agent, M. T. Hagland, at Fort Jackson, received their proportion able part, and, on the morning of the 20th, at the end of reveille, marched off with the mutinous party.

Witness in behalf of the prosecution of Captain Mebane’s company.

1. Thomas Dunaway, private. 2. John Hickman private.

The prisoners, having refused the privilege of producing any testimony in their behalf.

The findings of the court.

The court after due consideration, find the prisoners guilty as charged, and sentence
them to make up the time lost whilst absent from service; that one-third of their pay be stopped; that, at the end of their respective service, they shall have half of the hair of their head shaved close off then drummed out of camp.

Court-martial of the following names:

From Captain Mebane’s company.

1. Jeremiah Dennis. 2. James Blythe.

From Captain Strother’s company.

1. Obadiah MeBey, private.

Charge 1St. Desertion.

Specification. In this: that on. night of September 19, 1814, between six o’clock of the evening and six of the morning of the 20th, they did desert from their posts on guard.

Charge 2D. Mutiny.

Specification. In this: that on the morning of Septemberi9, 1814, they received their proportion able of the beef and flour that was forcibly taken from the contractor’s agent at Fort Jackson, M. T. Hagland, and on the morning of the 20th, at the end of
reveille-beat, marched off with the mutinous party.

The findings of the court.

The court after due consideration, find the prisoners guilty as charged, and sentence
them to make up the time lost whilst absent from service; that one-half of their pay be stopped; that, at the end of their respective service, they shall have half of the hair of their head shaved close off then drummed out of camp.

Court-martial of the following names:

1. John Baufield, private. 2. Major Headspeth. 3. Coleman Nicholas, fifer. 4. Thomas Dunaway, private. 5. John Manning, private. 6. James L. Arnold, private. 7. John Patterson, private. 8. Thomas Wood, private. 9. Edward Easters, private. 10. Bethleam Easters, private. 11. Basdal Sommers, 12. Thomas Hall, private. 13. John Williams, private. 14. Thomas Branden, private. 15. John Hampton, private. 16. Jacob Bennett, private. 17. William Quinn, private. 18. John Earley, private. 19. John L. Herringdon, private. 20. Stephen Blythe, private. 21. John Kelly, private. 22. John Jones, private. 23. William Jones, private. 24. Aquilla Knight, private. 25. Harman Redding, private. 26. John Wright, private. 27. Robinson Wright, private. 28. Thomas Ashley, private. 29. John Cross, private. 30. James Andrews, private. 31. Drury Hall, private. 32. John Hickman, private. 33. William Pate, private. 34. James Grissom, private. 35. Thomas Lumley, corporal. 36. John Webb, private. 37. George Cohee, private. 38. James Gumbreel, private. 39. Robert Kilbuck, private. 40. John Morgan, drummer. 41. Armstead H. Morgan, private. 42. Andrew S. Britt, private. 43. Elisha McFaII, private. 44. Edmond Black, private. 45. Daniel Rake, private. 46. Lewis Fletcher, private. 47. Edward Johnson, private. 48. Francis Compury, private. 49. Green B. Newsom, private. 50. Gideon Harris, private. 51. Hardy Weems, private. 52. John Green, private. 53. John Watkins, private. 54. James Green, private. 55. John Olphim, private. 56. Jonathan Butts, private. 57. James Rose, private. 58. John Whetworth, private. 59. John H. Read, private. 60. John Benham, private. 61. Moses Age, private. 62. Robert Kelgore, private. 63. Smith Hampton, private. 64. Thomas P. Long, private. 65. Thomas Wolsey, private. 66. Thomas Perry, private. 67. William Mimms, private. 68. William Grimes, private. 69. William Long, private. 70. William Weakley, private. 71. William Robinson, private. 72. Thomas Graves, private. 73. Needum B. Parlor, private. 74. Samuel Gibbs, private. 75. Timothy Milliard, private. 76. Willis Richardson, private. 77. Wilson Davis, private. 78. Thomas Davis, private. 79. Hopson Tally, private. 80. Morgan Jones, private. 81. Robert White, private. 82. Elijah Tucker, private. 83. Cornelius McKenzie, private. 84. John Ledbetter, private. 85. John Wilson, private. 86. Washington Ledbetter, private. 87. Stephen Shepherd, private. 88. Wesley Cowan, private. 89. Samuel Bowman, private. 90. James J. Harris, private. 91. Anderson Griffith, corporal. 92. William Chitolm, 93. Nevit Lane, private. 94. Frederick Rowland, private. 95. Daniel Richardson, private. 96. John Lunguino, private. 97. Demsey Sawyer, private. 98. Isaac Richmond, private. 99. William P. Jemmison, corporal. 100. Silvanus Walker, private. 101. John Walker, private. 102. Asa Walker, private. 103. William Bryant, private. 104. Edward Picket, private. 105. Terrell Guess, private. 106. James Denson, private. 107. Benjamin Bush, private. 108. William Welsh, private. 109. John Lee, private. 110. Bennet Seagreaves, private. 111. John P. Rushing, private. 112. George Haynes, private. 113. John.Alsop, private. 114. Daniel Wyatt, private. 115. Solomon Wyatt, private. 116. Thomas Dunn, private. 117. John Haring, private. 118. Thomas Pace, private. 119. David A. Welsh, private.

Charge of Mutiny.

In receiving their proportion able part of flour and meat, taken from the contractor’s agent, on September 19, 1814, and marching off with the mutinous party from Fort Jackson, on September 20, 1814.

The findings of the court.

The court, after due consideration, find the prisoner, Frederick Rowland, not guilty, and acquit him; and find the balance, severally, guilty, and sentence them to make good the time lost whilst absent from duty; that one-third of their pay be stopped; that, at the end of their respective service, they shall have one-half of the hair of the head shaved off close, and then drummed out of camp. But from the youth and inexperience of Thomas Wood, John Manning, Edward Black, Hopsoh Tally, James J. Harris, and William Walsh, beg leave to recommend them to the commanding general for a remission of the sentence.

The pay-roll of Captain John Strother, company.

Those who deserted from Fort Jackson, September 20, 1814.

1. John Strother, captain, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $40., dollars per month amount to this date, $241.29, was arrested December 5, 1814, was left at Mobile Al. December 21, 1814.

2. James McCauley, 3d., Lieutenant, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $23, dollars per month amount to date $138. 74, was arrested December 5, 1814, was left at Mobile Al. December 21, 1814.

3. David Marrow, sergeant, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $23, dollars per month, amount to date $66.35, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned November 8, 1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

4. William B. Powell, corporal, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time in service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $10., dollars per month, amount to date $60.32, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned November 11,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

5. John Webb, corporal, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time in service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $10., dollars per month, amount to date $60.32, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned November 8, 1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

6. George Watwood, corporal, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service September 20, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814, no pay due.

7. George Cohea, corporal, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $10., dollars per month, amount to date $60.32, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 11,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

8. James Gumbill, corporal, commencement of service June 20, 1814,end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $10., dollars per month, amount to date $60.32, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 28,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

9. Robert Kilbuck, corporal, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $10., dollars per month, amount to date $60.32, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 28,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

10. John Morgan, drummer, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $9., dollars per month, amount to date $54.99, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 28,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

11. Archibald Morgan, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service September 20, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814, no pay is due.

12. Armstd. H. Morgan, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 28,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

13. Asa Harris, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service September 20, 1814, deserted September 20, 1816.

14. Anderson S. Britt, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 2,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

15. Bright Herring, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service September 20, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814.

16. Daniel Rook, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 20,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

17. David Read, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end ofservice, September 20, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 20,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

18. David Mills, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service, September 20, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 20,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

20. Elisha Felps, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 11,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

21. Elisha McFall, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 27,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

22. Edmund Black, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 7,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

23. Edmund Johnson, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 11,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

24. Elisha Arnold, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service September 20, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814.

25. Francis Campary, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 2,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

26. Fielding Huflin, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service September 20, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814.

27. Green B. Nusum, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 28,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

28. Gideon Harris, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 28,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

29. Gabriel All, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 11,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

30. Hugh Stanford, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service September 20, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814.

31. Hardy Wimbs, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 11,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

32. Joshua Savage, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service September 20, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814.

33. John McIntosh, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service September 20, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814.

34. Elijah Dresne, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service September 20, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814.

35. John Green, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned November 2,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

36. John Watkins, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 11,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

37. James Green, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned November 2,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

38. John Allen, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 25,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

39. John Fletcher, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service September 20, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814.

40. Jonathan Botts, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 11,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

41. Jacob Webb, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 25,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.
42. James Rose, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 27,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

43. Joseph Kile, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service January 27. 1815, time of service 7., months and 7., days. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $57.80, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 11, 1814, left sick at Fort Montgomery November 27, 1814.

44. John Hust, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service September 20, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814.

45. John Whitwortn, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 6,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

46. James Carraway, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service September 20, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814.

47. Joshua Edward, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 11,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

48. Leonard Farmer, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 7,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

49. John H. Read, , private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 7,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

50. Isaac Wallice, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service September 20, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814.

51. John Benham, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 30,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

52. John Fikes, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service September 20, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814.

53. Lewis Fletcher, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned November 2,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

54. Lewis Thomas, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 25,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

55. Moses Age, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned November 2,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

56. Obadiah McBay, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned November 2,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

57. Peter Washer, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service September 20, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814.

58. Peter Dunkin, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 11,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

59. Robert Kilgore, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 25,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

60. Samuel Austin, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 26,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

61. Stephen W. Johnson, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned November 8,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

62. Smith Hampton, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 11 ,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

63. Samuel Burton, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned November 8,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

64. Simeon Scott, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 28,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

65. Thomas Long, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 11,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

66. Thomas Woolsey, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 11,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

67. Thomas Perry, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 28,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

68. William Mimbs, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 28,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

69. William Grimes, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 11,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

70. William Long, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 11,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

71. William Weakley, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 26,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

72. William Long, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 25,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

73. Thomas Graves, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 28,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

74. Needum B. Farrer, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 19,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

Pay-roll of Captain George Mebane company.

Those who deserted from Fort Jackson.

1. James Nelson, sergeant, commencement June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1 day. His pay was $11., dollars per month amount to date, $66.35, deserted September 20, 1814, returned October 7, 1814, left at Mobile Al., December 21, 1814.

2. William Jones, corporal, commencement June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814.

3. Harrison Witherspoon, corporal, commencement June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814.

4. Coleman Nichols, fifer, commencement June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1 day. His pay was $9., dollars per month amount to date, $54.20, deserted September 20, 1814, returned October 19, 1814, left at Mobile Al., December 21, 1814.

5. James Arnold, private, commencement June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1 day. His pay was $8., dollars per month amount to date, $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, returned October 28, 1814, left at Mobile Al., December 21, 1814.

6. Thomas Ashley, private, commencement June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1 day. His pay was $8., dollars per month amount to date, $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, returned November 2, 1814, left at Mobile Al. December 21, 1814.

7. James Andrews, private, commencement June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1 day. His pay was $8., dollars per month amount to date, $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, returned November 2, 1814, left at Mobile Al. December 21, 1814.

8. Joshua Anderson, private, commencement June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814.

9. Henry Butler, private, commencement June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1 day. His pay was $8., dollars per month amount to date, $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, returned October 27, 1814, left at Mobile Al. December 21, 1814.

10. John Benfield, private, commencement June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1 day. His pay was $8., dollars per month amount to date, $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, returned October 19, 1814, left at Mobile Al. December 21, 1814.

11. James Blithe, private, commencement June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1 day. His pay was $8., dollars per month amount to date, $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, returned October 27, 1814, left at Mobile Al. December 21, 1814.

12. Thomas Brandon, private, commencement June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1 day. His pay was $8., dollars per month amount to date, $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, returned October 12, 1814, left at Mobile Al. December 21, 1814.

13. Jacob Bennett, private, commencement June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1 day. His pay was $8., dollars per month amount to date, $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, returned October 15, 1814, left at Mobile Al. December 21, 1814.

14. James Bucchanon, private, commencement June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814.

15. William Camber, private, commencement June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814.

16. Everett Creich, private, commencement June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1 day. His pay was $8., dollars per month amount to date, $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, returned November 2, 1814, left at Mobile Al. December 21, 1814.

17. John Creich, private, commencement June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814.

18. John Cross, private, commencement June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1 day. His pay was $8., dollars per month amount to date, $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, returned November 2, 1814, left at Mobile Al. December 21, 1814.

19. Jeremiah Dennis, private, commencement June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1 day. His pay was $8., dollars per month amount to date, $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, returned October 30, 1814, left at Mobile Al. December 21, 1814.

20. Thomas Dunaway, private, commencement June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1 day. His pay was $8., dollars per month amount to date, $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, returned October 22, 1814, left at Mobile Al. December 21, 1814.

21. Edward Eastes, private, commencement June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1 day. His pay was $8., dollars per month amount to date, $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, returned October 27, 1814, left at Mobile Al. December 21, 1814.

22. Bethlehem Eastes, private, commencement June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1 day. His pay was $8., dollars per month amount to date, $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, returned October 27, 1814, left at Mobile Al. December 21, 1814.

23. James Gisson, private, commencement June 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1 day. His pay was $8., dollars per month amount to date, $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, returned September 28, 1814, left at Mobile Al. December 21, 1814.

24. John Hampton, private, commencement September 14, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 3., months and 8 days. His pay was $8., dollars per month amount to date, $26.06, was substituted by John Griffin, September 14, 1814. Deserted September 20, 1814, returned October 12, 1814, left at Mobile Al. December 21, 1814.


25. Waitman Guttett, private, commencement of service January 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 12,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

26. Thomas Killen, private, commencement of service September 10, 1814, end of service September 20, 1814, time of service 2., months and 21 days. His pay was $8., dollars per month amount to date $$21.20. Substituted by Nicholas Casway, September 10, 1814, deserted from fort Jackson, September 20, 1814.

27. John Hickman, private, commencement of service January 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.35, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 12,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

28. David Hunt, private, commencement of service January 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 22,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

29. Thomas Hall, private, commencement of service January 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 22,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

30. Drury Hall, private, commencement of service January 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned November 18,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

31. John L. Herendon, private, commencement of service January 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 12,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

32. Major Hidgepeth, private, commencement of service January 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 19,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

33. William Jones, private, commencement of service January 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 27,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

34. John Irby, private, commencement of service January 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 16,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

35. John Jones, private, commencement of service January 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 27,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

36. Joshua Joiner, private, commencement of service January 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 22,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

37. Aqullla Night, private, commencement of service January 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 27,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

38. John Kelly, private, commencement of service January 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 27,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

40. Henry Lewis, private, commencement of service January 20, 1814, end of service December 21, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 27,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

41. John Manning, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 28,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

42. William Kelley, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service September 20, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814.

43. John Patterson, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 27,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

44. Thomas Lumbley, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 7, 1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

45. William Pate, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 9,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

46. Robert B. Roberts, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 19,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

47. Harmon Redding, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 27,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

48. Robertson Wright, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 22,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

49. Joseph Rowton, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 10,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

50. John Wright, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 10,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

51. Harvell Simmons, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service September 20, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814.

52. Boswell Simmons, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned November 2,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

53. John Smothers, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 28,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

54. James Thomas, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 12,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

55. Jacob Vanhoozer, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service September 20, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814.

56. Abraham Willmott, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service September 20, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814.

57. John Williams, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service September 20, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814.

58. John Warnock, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 17,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

59. John Wright, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 30,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

60. Thomas Wood, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 27,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

61. Ambrose Whitton, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 19,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

62. William Quinn, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 12,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

63. Hugh Carlin, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 16,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

64. Thomas Lumbley, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 7,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

Pay-Roll of Captain Peter Searcy company.

Those who deserted from Fort Jackson.

1. William D. Jameson, 5th., corporal, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 12,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

2. John Alsop, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 7,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

3. William Bruant, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 12,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

4. Benjamin Bush, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 12,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

5. William Clayton, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 12,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

6. Solomon Curtis, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 12,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

7. Thomas Dunn, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 7,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

8. James Denson, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 12,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

9. Terrell Guess, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 12,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

10. John Herring, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 12,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

11. Burwell Hobdy, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 12,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

12. George Haines, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 12,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

13. Philip Holland, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 12,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

14. D. Ellison Hood, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service September 20, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814.

15. Joseph Jug, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service September 20, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814.

16, Wade H. Knight, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned November 9,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

17. Edward Lindsey, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 12,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

18. John Oliver, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 7,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

19. John Pearce, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service September 20, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814.

20. John P. Rusking, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 7,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

21. William Thogmorton, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service September 20, 1814, deserted September 20, 1814.

22. James Turner, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 12,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

23. John Walker, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 12,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

24. Asa Walker, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 12,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

25. Syluanus Walker, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 12,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

26. David H. Welch, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 12,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

27. Solomon Weath, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 12,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

28. William Welsh, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned November 2,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

29. Daniel Wiott, private, commencement of service June 20, 1814, end of service December 12, 1814, time of service 6., months and 1., day. His pay was $8., dollars per month, amount to date $48.25, deserted September 20, 1814, retuned October 7,1814, left at Mobile December 21, 1814.

Up dated April 8, 2009.


The opinion of this House of Congress, Jacob Webb and John Harris, privates, and David Morrow, Sergeant of Captain John Strother's company; Henry Lewis and David Hunt privates of Captain George Mebane's company; and Edward Linsey, private of Captain Peter Searcy's company, of the first regiment of West Tennessee militia, commanded by Colonel Philip Pipkin, who were tried, sentenced, and executed, in pursuance of the proceedings of a Court-martial, convened and holden at Mobile, by order of Major General Andrew Jackson, on the 5th day of December, A.D. 1814, were tried, sentenced and executed, in contravention of their rights as citizens of the United States, and in derogation of the constitution and laws of the land. Therefore, That their widows and orphan children, if such they or either of them have left, are entitled to the aid of their country for support, and that pensions ought to be granted to them.

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