Vermont History and Genealogy

December 23, 2006

Roll of the Randolph, Vermont Volunteer Company, 1814

Filed under: Military Records, Randolph — thedarwinexception @ 8:40 pm

Roll of the Randolph Volunteers 1814

Roll of the Randolph, Vermont Volunteer Company, September 9, 1814

Contributed to the National Genealogical Society Quarterly by Mrs. J.T. Rosborough, Texarkana, Texas  Amount of Money paid out for rations drawn for the above company by Jacob K. Parish, orderly Seargent
 

Randolph Volunteers Commanded by:

 

Capt. Lebbeus Edgerton

1st Lieut. Alartin Flint

2nd Lieut. Beebe L. Cotton

Ensign Isaac Tarbox

1st. Sergt. Jacob Parish

2nd Sergt John Edson

3rd Sergt. Jonathon Jones

4th Sergt. Elias Carpenter

1st Corporal Alfred Amidon

2nd Corporal Augustus Blodgett

3rd Corporal Stephen Tucker

Privates:

Adams, Anson

Adams, Lynde

Allen, Isaac

Barnard, Nathaniel

Barnes, Avery

Bates, Eliphalet

Bates, Peter

Bennett, Humphrey

Blodgett, Dan

Blodgett, Eli

Blodgett, Frederick

Blodgett, Heman

Blodgett, Joseph

Booth, Simeon

Brown, Elisha

Brownson, Theron

Carpenter, Charles

Carpenter, Marshall

Carpenter, Oliver

Chadwick, Benjamin

Cobb, John C.

Coburn, Phineas

Colburn, Ebenezer Jr. 

Cowdry, Luther

Crocker, Seth

Danby, John W.

Danforth, Elkanah Jr.

Edson, Josiah, Jr. 

English, Alexander

English, Thomas

Fish, Nathaniel

Fish, Silas

Fish, Stephen

Fish, Winston

Flint, Samuel, Jr.

Granger, John

Hall, Edward

Heberd, Diah

Hebard, Enoch

Heberd, Samuel

Hendee, Asel

Hubbard, Adam

Huntington, Miller

Jackson, Michael

Jones, Benjamin

Jones, William

Joslin, Samuel

Kimball, John II

Lampon, Thomas

Lampson, Harvey

Lander, David

Martin, Edward

Martin, Jesse

Martin, Vine

Miller, Jonathan P.

Morris, James Jr. 

Morris, Rufus

Moulton, Freeman

Moulton, Phineas, Jr.

Moulton, Stillman

Norton, Joseph

Palmer, Joshua

Parish, Daniel

Pike, James

Porter, Smith

Porter, William

Powers, James

Ralph, David

Raymond, Eleazer T

Reed, Isaac

Ringe, Nathan

Ruggles, Jonathan F.

Russell, Thomas P.

Salisbury. Belcher

Salisbury, Joseph

Sargent, Moses

Simons, Asa

Smith, Phineas

Spooner, Lewis

Steele, James

Strong, William

Tiffany, John

Tinkham, Almond

Tracy, Dinni

Tracy, Perez

Wales, Shubal

Washburn, Josiah, Jr. 

Wheeler, Horace

Willard, Caleb

Woodard, Leonard

Woodworth, James

Men enrolled who did not draw guns:

Baldwin, James

Bass, Jonathon

Blodgett, Perley

Carpenter, Orrin

French, Jedediah

French, Joseph W.

French, Samuel M

Pearsons, Amasa

Pearsons, Elias

Storrs, Hiram

Names of those who did not appear and probably deserted:

Brainerd, Loucen

Wood, Thomas

Gooch, Samuel

Gooch, Thatcher

Paid Pearson, Elias for……………..8

Granger, Cap. ………………………….12

Wales, Shubal…………………………..10

Lampon, Harvey………………………..10

Hebard, Samuel………………………..10

Jones, William and Fish, N………….2

Morton, Joseph…………………………..1

Fish, Silas…………………………………..8

Colburn, E and Carpenter, Charles 2

Tiffany, John………………………………..10

Bates, P and Hendee, A……………….2

Morris, James Jr………………………….10

Amidon, Alfred………………………………1

Smith, Phin……………………………………1

Willard, C. and Cowdry L……………….2

French, Joseph W………………………….3

Carpenter, Elias…………………………….2

Jones, Jonathan and Edson P………..2

Tucker, Stephen……………………………..1

Cotton, Lieut……………………………………1

Flint and Tarbox, Lieut……………………..2

Parish, D…………………………………………1

Raymon, E.T. and Spooner, L. …………2

Steele, James………………………………….4

Russell, Thomas P.,………………………….1

Edgerton, Capt. L. ……………………………4

 

 

State of Vermont, Orange County, ss. 

We the undersigned, Martin Flint, First Lieutenant and Jacob K. Parish, First Sergeant, of Randolph, make oath that we served as such officers in the company that went from said Randolph as volunteers to repel the British in their invasion of Plattsburg in September A.D. 1814, that the within roll is the original roll of said company made out by the said first sergeant at the time and is true and correct, that the captain, Lebbeus Edgerton, is dead, having deceased some time ago, the we recovered no compensation for time or services or expenses, nor did any of said company to our knowledge, tht we rallied on the evening and night of Friday September 9 and most of said company arrived at home on Saturday the 17th of September. The distance from Randolph to Plattsburg is about 90 miles. The said roll was made out at Burlington. The said company went as far as Plattsburg.

February 27, 1850                                                        Martin S. Flint, First Lieutenant

Sworn and Subscribed                                                 J. K. Parish First Seargent

                                                                                        Phineas Moulton, Justice of the Peace

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