Illinois Mounted Volunteers, mustered out of the service of the United States by order of Brig.-Gen. Atkinson, June 15, 1832.

Name and Rank Residence Enrolled Remarks

Captain.

William C. Ralls Schuyler Co. May 27, 1832

First Lieutenant.

Radford M Wyatt Monroe Co. May 27, 1832

Sergeants.

John M. Jones Schuyler Co. May 27, 1832
Samuel M. Pierce Adams Co. May 27, 1832
Stephen A. St. Cyr St. Louis, Mo. May 27, 1832
S. G. Bond Monroe Co. May 27, 1832

Privates.

Briscoe, John Schuyler Co. May 27, 1832
Brooks, Stephen Monroe Co. May 27, 1832
Beebe, Erastes Adams Co. May 27, 1832
Crawford, John D. Schuyler Co. May 27, 1832
Coonrod, Jefferson Schuyler Co. May 27, 1832
Chapman, Johnston Schuyler Co. May 27, 1832
Eves, Joel Schuyler Co. May 27, 1832
Johnston, James W. Shelby Co. May 27, 1832 Lost his horse
Johnston, Thomas Adams Co. May 27, 1832
Kirkland, Ezra Schuyler Co. May 27, 1832
Lane, Rnthford Schuyler Co. May 27, 1832
Moore, Daniel Schuyler Co. May 27, 1832
Morris, William Schuyler Co. May 27, 1832
Melvan, Andrew Missouri May 27, 1832
Owens, Luke Schuyler Co. May 27, 1832
Richardson, Jacob Schuyler Co. May 27, 1832
Richardson, Aaron Schuyler Co. May 27, 1832
Trail, Xerxes F. Monroe Co. May 27, 1832
Turner, Eben Adams Co. May 27, 1832
Wilkerson, Jacob Schuyler Co. May 27, 1832

Source: 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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