Record of Connecticut men who served in the Regular Army and the Militia in the War of 1812 compiled from rosters on file in Adjutant-General’s Office, Washington D. C. by authority of the general assembly Record of Connecticut Militia in the War of 1812 compiled from rosters on file in Adjutant-General’s Office, Washington D. C.
The meeting in 1811, of Tecumseh, the mighty Shawnee, with Apushamatahah, the intrepid Choctaw. I will here give a true narrative of an incident in the life of the great and noble Choctaw chief, Apushamatahah, as related by Colonel John Pitchlynn, a white man of sterling integrity, and who acted for many years as interpreter
In the spring of 1812, war with Great Britain again seemed imminent. Causes of complaint against the aggressions of the British government had existed for a long time, and the irritation was now increasing on all sides. It did not seem possible that actual war could much longer be postponed, although public opinion in the
Rolls Of Mississippi Commands In The War Of 1812: These rolls were extracted from Mrs. Dunbar Rowlands classic work on the Mississippi Territory in the War of 1812. They have been represented here with no changes made to them.
Major Shoot’s Battalion Of Mississippi Militia Captain William Bate’s Company Captain Samuel Dale’s Company Captain John Jones’ Company Captain Josiah D. Lister’s Company Alexander, Jordan, private Allen, David, private Allen, Drewry, private Angle, John, private Arnold, Jesse, private Austin, Evan, first lieutenant Austin, Jeremiah, private Baimbridge, Thomas, private Bankson, John, private Bates, William, captain Benge,
Major Dale’s Battalion Of Mississippi Militia Austill, Evan, captain Bedingsfield, George, private Creaugh, Gerard W., first lieutenant Baffin, James, adjutant Dale, Samuel, major Dodd, Jessey, private Dukes, H., private Elliot, Charles, private Finley, Norris, private Fisher, Charles, private Ford, James, sergeant Foster, William, private Gentry, Elijah, private Gentry, James, sergeant Glass, John, private Hammond, Jacob,
Lieutenant-Colonel Nixon’s Regiment Aarons, Joshua, private Adams, Isaac, private Adams, John, private Adams, William, private Adcock, Reuben, private Alexander, Robert, Ensign Allen, William, private Allison, William, private Anderson, Absalom, private Anderson, Harriss, corporal Anderson, John, private Anderson, Robert, sergeant Anderson, Samuel, private Anding, George, private Anding, John, private Andrews, Clevers, private Andrews, Philo, quartermaster Applewhite,
Lieutenant-Colonel Neilson’s Detachment Of Mississippi Militia Captain David T. W. Cook’s Company Captain John Joor’s Company Captain William A. Lucas’ Company Captain Nathan H. Luse’s Company Captain Samuel K. Sorsby’s Company Captain Francis Wood’s Company Adams, Joseph, private Adams, Thomas C., sergeant Aldridge, George, private Aldridge, Sylvester, private Anden, George, private Anderson, Ephraim, private Anderson,
Colonel Claiborne’s Regiment Of Mississippi Militia Captain Gerard C. Brandon’s Company Captain William Elliott’s Company Captain Philip A. Engel’s Company Captain Jacob Guice’s Company Captain Philip Hill’s Company Captain Randal Jones’ Company Captain Zachariah Lea’s Company Captain Lewis Paimboeuf ‘s Company Captain John H. Shanks’ Company Abby, Consider, sergeant Adams, Samuel, private Aldred, Ezra, corporal
Company Of Mounted Spies Langham, James, private Milton, Andrew, private Mimbs, William, private Moye, Jason, private Stedham, Edward, private Stiggins, George, sergeant Williams, Thomas, private