6th Regiment of Mississippi Militia

6th Regiment of Mississippi Militia (1814-1815) Anderson, Allen, private Bass, Alexander, private Beard, John, private Berry, Thomas, sergeant Bowling, John, private Boyakin, Kinchen, private Boyakin, William, private Brady, Samuel, private Brown, Ardin, private Brown, Edward, private Brown, James, private Bryant, Lewis, private Callahan, James, private Carr, Henry, private Childress, David, private Chronister, Matthias, private Cody,

1st Regiment of Mississippi Volunteers

1st Regiment Of Mississippi Volunteers Captain Gerard C. Brandon’s Company Captain Samuel Dale’s Company Captain Benjamin Dent’s Company Captain Philip A. Engel’s Company Captain L. V. Foelckel’s Company Captain William Henry’s Company Captain William Jack’s Company Captain Chas. G. Johnson’s Company Captain Randal Jones’ Company Captain Jos. P. Kennedy’s Company Captain William C. Mead’s Company

18th Regiment of Mississippi Militia

18th Regiment of Mississippi Militia (1814-1815, Captain Joseph Vellio’s Company) Barabino, T. O., private Bayard, Ant, sergeant Carragan, James, lieutenant Carver, Elihu, major Cibelot, M., corporal Courteau, Ih., private Demetry, , gunner Domingon, H. T., sergeant Favre, Charles, private Favre, F., private Favre, I., private Favre, I. B., private Fayard, Laurt, private Labat, J., private

16th Regiment of Mississippi Militia

16th Regiment (Burrus’) Of Mississippi Militia Captain Samuel A. Allen’s Company Captain Daniel Atkins’ Company Captain William Crawford’s Company Captain William Evans’ Company Captain Griffith’s Company Captain Greaf Johnston’s Company Captain Wm. Moseley’s Company Adams, Benjamin, private Adams, Joseph, private Adams, Thomas, private Albright, John, private Aldridge, William, sergeant Allen, John A., lieutenant Allen, Samuel,

15th Regiment of Mississippi Militia

15th Regiment (Johnson’s) Of Mississippi Militia Anderson, John, private Beddingfield, George, private Boyakin, Soloman, private Braden, James, private Bradley, John, private Brown, Bartlet, private Brunson, Josiah, private Cassity, Hugh, private Cavenah, William, corporal Clarke, William B., private Clingaman, Henry A., private Colson, Samuel, private Coxe, William, private Curtis, John D., ensign Damn, James, second lieutenant

14th Regiment of Mississippi Militia

14th Regiment (Mcboy’s) Of Mississippi Militia Captain Benj. Dubroca’s Company Captain McKinsey’s Company Captain Samuel H. Garrow’s Company Captain Chas. L. Aland’s Company Acre, Samuel, private Alexander, Francis, private Alexander, Joseph, private Antonio, Joachim, private Antonio, Joseph, private Arrosa, Joseph, private Baird, Joseph B., private Barlow, Aaron, private Barnett, Ulysses, private Barriel, Joseph, private Blair,

13th Regiment of Mississippi Militia

13th Regiment (Nixon’s) Of Mississippi Militia Captain John Bond’s Company Lieutenant William Bond’s Company Captain David Cleveland’s Company Captain Moses Collins’ Company Captain Francis B. Lenoir’s Company Captain James McGowen’s Company Captain James Phillips’ Company Captain Henry Quin’s Company Captain Harmon M. Runnel’s Company Captain William Smith’s Company Captain William Spencer’s Company Addison, Hiram, private

Biography of Frank Hempe

FRANK HEMPE. – While the subject of this sketch has not resided in the valley of the Grande Ronde as long as some of the earlier pioneers, still the length of time that he has domiciled here has beensufficient to demonstrate his ability to take rank with the leading agriculturists of the county, both because

Pitchlynn Choctaw Family – List of Mixed Bloods

Peter Perkins Pitchlynn was the Choctaw Principal Chief from 1864-1866

The Pitchlynn Choctaw family, although represented by one of the smallest name lists in this study, has a long and noted history in the literature of the Old Southwest and Indian Territory (see Chart 18). The eldest Pitchlynn, Isaac, was still alive in 1804 although in ill health. His son, John Pitchlynn, Jr., is recorded

Juzan Choctaw Family – List of Mixed Bloods

Juzan Genealogy Chart

One of the earliest and most colorful of the mixed-blood lines is the Juzan family (see Charts 14 and 15). The noted Choctaw historian Muriel Wright discussed the history and genealogy of the family in a little-known, private letter to a Juzan descendent in 1931, writing: “A young Frenchman by the name of De Juzan,

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