Clark County Illinois
Capt. John F. Richardson's Company,
Spy Battalion, 2d Brigade. Illinois Militia Mounted Volunteers, called into the service of the United States, on the requisition of Gen. Atkinson, by the Governor's proclamation dated May 15.1832. Mustered out August 15, 1832, at Dixon's Ferry, Rock River, Illinois.
Name and Rank -- Residence -- Enrolled -- Remarks.
(Note: No residences or enrollment dates were noted after the first entry for Capt. Richardson. It is safe to assume all were from Clark Co and all enrolled June 5, 1832)
Captain John F. Richardson. -- Clark Co -- June 5 1832 --
Woodford Dulaney ... Furloughed and returned home Aug. 4,1832 ...
Justin Harlin ... Ret. home, furl. Aug. 4, from Prairie du Chien
Jacob Dolson . Susp. from com'd June 29, at Prairie du Chien
John Wilson ... Lost horse, saddle and bridle, $78, July 15
Asher V. Burwell ... Lost saddle and spancels, $18, Aug 1, 1832
Robert Davidson ... Horse gave out; left at Ft. Winnebago, July 15
Ashmore, Zeno A.
Biggs, Samuel M. ... Furn'd Martin L. Ashmore as subst. June 20
Cooper, Franklin ... Lost horse and saddle July 4, sup. disch
Chenowith, Martin F ... Mustered out of service in Capt. Notts' Co
Cooper, Theopolas ... . Mustered out of service in Capt. Notts' Co
Elliott, Aspano ... Supposed to have been discharged
Hadden, Andrew ... Supposed to have been discharged
Hadden, Samuel ... Supposed to have been discharged
Johnson, George ... Supposed to have been discharged
Kerr, John ... Supposed to have been discharged
Locker, Conrad F ... . Lost his horse; supposed to be disch. July 22
Markle, Joseph W. ... Supposed to have been discharged
Prevo, Samuel ... Transferred to Capt. Notts' Co.
Prevo, Ira ... Transferred to Capt. notts' Co
Shaw, Nineveh ... Appointed Adjutant June 18, 1832
Taylor, Robert ... Deserted June 20; transferred from Co. roll
White, Gideon B.
White, Samuel ... Lost his gun and blankets (priv. prop) July 12
Wheeler, Tarleton ... lost his horse July 22; supposed to be disch.
Waters, John ... Transferred to Capt. notts; Co.
Langham, Abel ... Supposed to have been discharged
Company was organized June 5, 1832 and marched from Fort Wilbourn June 9, 1832; mustered into the service of the United States June 19, 1832
My company furnished themselves with eight days rations while on their march from Clark county to Fort Wilbourn. The officers, while in service, have drawn but one ration per day, and no forage has been furnished. My company rations have been drawn for the company to return home, vis: twelve days, up to and including the 30th day of Aug. 1832.
Signed John F. Richardson, Capt.
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