Captain Crow's Company, Enrolled April 20, 1832

Of the Brigade of Mounted Militia Volunteers commanded by Brig.-Gen. Samuel
Whitesides, United States Army. Mustered out of the service of the United States
at the mouth of Fox River, on the Illinois, on the 27th day of May, 1832;
distant 250 miles from the place of enrollment.

Name and Rank Residence Enrolled Remarks

Captain.
David Crow Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832

First Lieutenant.
Christopher Howard. Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832

Second Lieutenant.
Elijah G. Lillard Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832

Sergeants.
Jno. Crawford, 1st Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832
George Campbell, 2d Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832 Sick and present
John F. Battell, 3d Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832
James Crawford, 4th Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832

Corporals.
Daniel Harty Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832
Coleman Talbert Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832
Jno. Fletcher Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832 Furloughed
Jeremiah Stone Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832

Privates.
Beatty, Robert Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832
Campbell, Clayborn Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832
Campbell, Joseph Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832
Crow, Isaac Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832
Dunlap, David Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832
Edwards, Andrew Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832
Hatton, James Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832
Hillory, Alexander Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832
Hines, Wm. Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832
Harty, Abram Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832
Lang, John Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832 Furloughed
Lewis, Jno. Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832
McCoy, Joseph Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832 Furloughed
McCoy, Robins Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832 Furloughed
Points, John Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832 Furloughed
Payne, Stephen O. Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832
Riddle, Ebenezer Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832
Ruddle, John Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832 Ret'd home from Henderson river on May 8
Shephard, Jno Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832
Smith, Elisha Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832
Smith, Stedman Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832
Southward, Wm. Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832
Williams, Benj. Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832 Furloughed; lost horse at Camp Dixon
Worrell, Atwell Quincy, Ill. April 20, 1832

Additional Comments:
Extracted from:

RECORD OF THE SERVICES OF ILLINOIS SOLDIERS IN THE BLACK HAWK WAR
1831-32

AND IN THE MEXICAN WAR
1846-48

CONTAINING A COMPLETE ROSTER OF COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND ENLISTED MEN OF BOTH
WARS, TAKEN FROM THE OFFICIAL ROLLS ON FILE IN THE WAR DEPARTMENT, WASHINGTON, D. C.

WITH AN APPENDIX GIVING RECORD OF THE SERVICES OF THE ILLINOIS MILITIA, RANGERS
AND RIFLEMEN, IN PROTECTING THE FRONTIER FROM THE RAVAGES OF THE INDIANS FROM
1810 TO 1813.

PREPARED AND PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE THIRTY-SECOND GENERAL ASSEMBLY
BY ISAAC H. ELLIOTT
ADJUTANT-GENERAL OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS.

SPRINGFIELD, ILL: JOURNAL COMPANY, PRINTERS AND BINDERS,
1902.

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