Roll of Captain Samuel Anderson's Company

Muster-roll of a company of Mifflin guards, under the command of Capt. S. Anderson, in the service of the United States, First regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, commanded by Col. Clement C. Biddle, from the 6th September, when last mustered, to the 26th September, 1814.

Captain.		Anderson, S.

First Lieutenant.	Shull, F.

Second Lieutenant.	Marshall, D.

Ensign.		Biggart, William

Sergeants.		Caldwell, John
				Haskins, Benjamin
				Evans, William
				Thorn, Henry

Corporals.		Thomson, John
				Hawkins, George
				Marshall, John
				Derrick, Joseph
				Rowan, John

Kille, Thomas
Edwards, Samuel
Lambert, John
Hall, Joseph
Martin, Joseph
Hawkins, John
Broomall, Daniel
Pedrick, Tho.
Burns, James
Beatty, William
Beatty, Robert
Martin, Lazarus
Stevenson, John
Minshall, Edward
Garrett, John
Lloyd, John
Fisher, David
Martin, Levi B.
Parsons, Thomas
Brown, Jeremiah
Painter, Tho.
Smith, Tho. P.
Evans, James
Lear, Charles
Pywell, John
Geary, William
Marshall, William H.
Locke, John
Mitchell, Daniel
McKee, John
Wilkerson, Joseph
Hook, John Martin
Cole, Leonard
Cummins, William
Bowers, Thomas
Barnard, T. D.
Justus, Charles
Dunant, John
Cleary, James
Martin, Richard G.
Snowden, Charles G.
Pyle, Joseph
Lindsey, William
Caldwell, George
Cummins, David
Brattin, James
Chester, John Martin
Martin, Aaron
Hibbart, Joseph
Hansal, John
Johns, Joseph T.
Tawrence, William
Dermontt, John
Grubb, William
Bradford, John

The following persons have joined since the 26th September, the date of last muster:

Johns, Townsend T., September 28.
Tawrence, William, September 28.
McDermott, John, September 28.
Grubb, William, October 1.
Bradford, John, October 2.

J. Bradford was a member, previous to the date of our marching orders; was taken sick about the time the company marched.

I certify that the Mifflin Guards, commanded by Captain S. Anderson, is in the service of the United States, under orders of the general commanding the Fourth military district.

		Thomas Cadwalader,
		Brigadier General Commanding.
CAMP DUPONT, 7th October, 1814.

We certify, on honor, that this muster-roll exhibits a true state of the company of Mifflin Guards, First Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, for the period therein mentioned, and that the remarks set opposite the names of the men are accurate and just.

		S. Anderson,

I believe the above muster-roll to be correct.

		Condy. Ragult,
		Lieutenant Colonel, First regiment, P. V.

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