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Mounted Company, First Regiment, 2nd Brigade Florida Militia
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Muster Roll of Captain James Edwards, Mounted Company of the 1st Regiment, 2nd Brigade of the Florida Militia, commanded by Colonel John Warren; ordered into service of the United States by Major Gen. Thomas L. Jessup from the 27th day of January to the 5th day of June 1837.
All were enrolled on the 27th of January 1837 at Fort Beckham by Lt. Col. Mills. Captain Edwards, 1st Lieut. Tillis, and 2nd Lieut. Morgan each had one servant and two horses.
“I certify on honor . . . for the period herein mentioned . . . this muster to be true and just . . . and that the men could not attend at Camp Gilliland for want of subsistence and forage for their horses.”
Jas. Edwards, Capt. , Commanding the Company.
Date: 5th June 1837
Station: Fort Beckham; place to be mustered out of Fort Gilliland.
Certified a true muster and comments above repeated by R. Vinton, Inspector General and Mustering Officer.
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