Second Regiment, Second Brigade Mounted Men

Muster Roll of Captain Charles Freymuth’s Company of Mounted men of the 2nd Regiment, Second Brigade of the Florida Militia, commanded by General Hernandez ordered into the service of the United States by Governor Call from the 1st day of October 1836 to the 1st day of February 1837. The company was enrolled by Major



Michael Garrison’s Mounted Company

Muster Roll of Captain Michael Garrison’s Mounted Company of the 1st Regiment 2nd Brigade of the Florida Militia, commanded by Col. John Warren, ordered into service of the United States by His Excellency Governor Call from the 22nd day of September 1836 to the 22nd day of January 1837. Lieutenants Bruton and Hindley with a



Second Regiment Florida Mounted Militia

Muster Roll of Captain Thos. C. Ellis’s Company of the 2nd Regiment Brigade of Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. F. L. Dancey, ordered into service of the United States by the Secretary of War from the 12th day of January 1841 to the 12th of April 1841 when discharged. Ellis, Thomas C. Captain Turner,



Seminole Indian War

During the American Revolution (1776-1783), Spain gained control of Florida as part of the Treaty of Paris. On September 3, Britain also signed separate agreements with France and Spain, and (provisionally) with the Netherlands. In the treaty with Spain, the colonies of East and West Florida were ceded to Spain (without any clearly defined northern



Mounted Company, First Regiment, 2nd Brigade Florida Militia

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



Florida Militia Muster Rolls, Seminole Indian Wars

This series of the Florida Indian Wars Militia Muster Roles has been produced through the courtesy of the Jacksonville Genealogical Society. The Historical Services Division of the Florida Department of Military Affairs provided the photostatic copies of the original muster roles and individual members of the Jacksonville Genealogical Society laboriously transcribed the information contained therein



Fifth Regiment Brigade of Florida Militia

Muster Roll of Captain James C. Evan’s Company of the Fifth Regiment Brigade of Florida Militia; commanded by Colonel John C. Love, ordered into service of the United States by Gov. R. K. Call from the 14th day of September 1836 to the 11th day of January 1837. The Company travelled about 21 miles in



First Regiment, 2nd Brigade Florida Militia

Muster Roll of Captain James Edwards’ Company, 1st Regiment, 2nd Brigade of Florida Militia, commanded by Col. John Warren, ordered into service of the United States by Major Gen. Thomas L. Jesup from the 27th day of January 1837 for six months unless sooner discharged. This hand-drawn Muster Roll contains the following headings: (1) Number,



Captain Thomas C. Ellis’s Company, 1st Regiment Florida Militia

Muster Roll of Captain Thos. C. Ellis’s Company of the 1st Regiment, Brigade of Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. W. J. Bayley, ordered into service of the United States by Brig. Gen’l W. K. Armistead from the 17th day of August 1840 bo the 17th day of November 1840 when discharged. Ellis, Thos C.



First Regiment Brigade Florida Mounted Militia

Muster Roll of Captain James Fitzgerald’s Company of the lst(?) Regiment, Brigade of Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. John Warren, ordered into service of the United States by Brig. General Z. Taylor from the 12th day of November 1839 to the 12th day of May 1840 when discharged. [The Company was mustered by Lt.



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