Roll of Capt. John Bergstresser's Company
Pay-roll of the company of infantry, under the command of Capt. John Bergstresser, attached and organized by Adjutant General ----, of the ---- brigade Pennsylvania militia, in the service of the United States, commanded by Lieut. Col. George Weirick, October 31, 1814.
Captain. Bergstresser, John Lieutenant. Fisher, Thomas Ensign. Nule, Henry Ensign. Setsbay, Urias Reedy, Philip Gillaspie, John Rangles, Daniel Corporals. Neyveus, William Vartz, John McUrley, Jacob Lutz, John Privates Shaffer, Daniel Joden, Benjamin Struble, Peter Hewsel, Joshua Irwin, William Shekler, Jonas Flickinger, Charles Irwin, John Sheekler, Simon Clark, Joseph Mingle, George Frederick, Peter Huffert, John Egbert, Jesse Rose, Adam Ikey, Lewis Dimpsey, Jonathan Mizner, John Kimmell, Adam Caufman, Jacob McGee, James Kline, Abraham Sargant, John Wilson, Samuel Moyer, Peter Walters, John Rorabaugh, Christopher McClare, Richard Clark, William Rorabaugh, Philip Wilson, Thomas Jamison, John Mowry, Peter Stricklin, Samuel Starner, Daniel Moyer, Henry Baldy, Benjamin Wilmingson, Gideon Bennet, John Clark, Flavel Bower, George McGlaughlin, James Cipher, Jacob Welch, Nicholas Bennage, Samuel Deffendorfer, Philip McKinley, Hugh Darsham, Ludwig Gudlenger, Paul Jodan, William Wallas, James Steel, Richard Belman, George Lutz, Samuel Merwin, Samuel Rauck, Jonathan Bowar, William Kline, George Clark, Fransus Campbell, William Smith, Adam Campbel, Joseph Bower, John Johnson, Thomas Zarphaus, George Young, Abraham Kountz, Daniel Bidelman, Abraham Rees, John Darrah, John Fredric, Jacob Vanhorn, William Steel, David Haringdon, William Maughimer, Daniel Quin, Michael Vanderhoof, Henry Vanhorn, Abraham Hoobler, Jacob Campbel, John Frederick, Samuel Vanderhoof, William Anderson, James Shaffer, Henry Smith, Jonathan Gilman, Jacob Johnes, John Kelley, Andrew, discharged October 28, 1814, on account of sickness. Clingan, George Lilley, Peter, discharged October 3, 1814, on account of sickness. Heiser, Frederick, discharged October 2, 1814, on account of sickness.
I do certify, on honor, that this pay-roll exhibits a true state of the Union county company of militia, under my command, attached to the ---- regiment, under the command of Lieut. Col. George Weirick, Pennsylvania militia, John Bergstresser, captain Union county militia.
I believe the above to be a correct pay-roll.
Geo. Weirick, Lieutenant General commanding.
I certify, that the militia company commanded by Capt. John Bergstresser, is now in the service of the United States, under orders of the general commandment the Fourth military district.
Thos. J. Rogers, Brigade Major.