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
Muster Roll of Captain C. Ellis’s Company of the 1st Regiment, Brigade of the 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 to the 5th day of December 1840 when discharged. Major S. Churchill,
Muster Roll of Capt. James Fitzgerald’s Company of Mounted Militia ordered into service by Col. David C. Twiggs, 2nd Dragoons, from the 18th of April 1839. [The company was enrolled 18 April 1839 at Fort Walker by Captain G. S. Rains to serve for a period of 6 months.] Fitzgerald, James Captain Curry, John 1st
Muster Roll of Captain Sherrod Edwards Company, 1st Regiment, ___ Brigade of Florida Mounted Militia, commanded by Col. Wm. J. Bailey, ordered into service of the United States by the Secretary of War from the 10th day of December 1840 to the 13th day of March 1841 when discharged. The Company was mustered by Capt.
COL. CORNELIUS GILLIAM. – Colonel Gilliam was a native of North Carolina, and was born in 1798. But his recollection of that state in after years was like a dream; for when but a youth he accompanied his parents to Missouri, where he lived for many years. August 31, 1820, he married Miss Mary Crawford