Black Hawk War of 1832

Lt James G Corder's Detachment

2nd Reg 1st Brig ILL Mounted Volunteers called into service of the United States, by the Governor of the State by his Order of the 15th of May 1832, from the date of its enrolment (16 Jun 1832) to the 2 Aug 1832 when mustered out of service

Capt William J Stephenson's Company

this company was transferred to the Spy Battalion when it was organized

Rank--Name County Amount due the Sutler remarks
1st Ly James G Corder Franklin County 22.25  
Sgt Abraham Ray " 0  
Cpl James Y Travillion " 14.00 horse killed in battle 25 Jun 1832
Cpl William Crawford " 9.50 horse lost
Pvt William England " 13.50  
Pvt James Flannagan " 9.50 horse & briddle lost
Pvt Robert Gallaway " 22.12 horse shot in battle
Pvt Benjamin Harrison " 9.50 horse lost in battle
Pvt John Hutson ' 2.50 horse shot in battle 24 Jun
QM Sgt Lewis Herald ' 0 horse killed in battle
QM Sgt James Ice ' 7.50  
QM Sgt Whitman Jones ' 0 horse shot in battle 25 Jun
QM Sgt William Kirkpatrick ' 20.25  
QM Sgt Edward Kirkpatrick ' 20.00  
QM Sgt Wilson L Mattox ' 10.00  
QM Sgt Clayton Newman ' 15.25  
QM Sgt John Polk ' 25.62 horse lost in battle
QM Sgt William Piner ' 4.00  
QM Sgt John Taylor ' 0  
QM Agt Milton Williams ' 0 horse killed in battle

Capt Charles Dunn's Company (detached part thereof)

2nd Sgt William T Walters Pope County 20.50 3 rations only for horses
3rd Sgt James Modglin ' 15.00  
4th Sgt Samuel Roper ' 23.00  
4th Cpl Ransom Kin ' 9.50  
Pvt Elkin Crane ' 37.00  
Pvt David Cooper ' 36.00  
Pvt James Fulkeson ' 17.00  
Pvt William Lauderdale ' 20.00 horse lost in service-unfit
Pvt Abraham S Bargaer ' 15.00 3 rationd for horse only
Pvt Thomas Walters Jr ' 10.00 '
Pvt William H Walters ' 50.00 '
Pvt William Whitside ' 12.50 '
Pvt John Dye '   '

Capt Russels Company (detached part thereof)

2nd Lt Edward Vinson Galatin 15.00  
Pvt Joseph Burchum ' 0 horse lost in service, broken down in forced march
Pvt Isham Dunn ' 50.00  
Pvt Allen Hill ' 13.00  
Pvt David Hampton ' 7.00  
Pvt William Wise ' 10.25 horse lost in service, broken down in forced march

Capt Diarman's Company (detached part thereof)

2nd Cpl Alexander McCorkle Pope County 9.75 mare lost in service, broken down in forced march
4th Cpl Thomas W Tanner ' 7.50  
Pvt William Alexander ' 7.50  
Pvt Richard Bennet ' 27.00 horse lost in service, broken down in forced march
Bugleman--John Curtner ' 17.25  
Pvt Joel Dyer ' 9.50 horse lost in service, broken down in forced march
Pvt James Holoman ' 25.00  
Pvt John A Tanner '    
Pvt John McMurphy ' 10.00  
Pvt William Williams ' 24.75 horse badly lamed in service
Pvt Sampson Wallis/Wallace ' 22.50  
Pvt William Bayliss ' 34.12 absent on furlough

Capt Wests Compnay (detached part thereof)

2nd Sgt James Youngblood Franklin County 0  
3rd Sgt James Parks ' 0  
1st Cpl Aaron Youngblood ' 30.00  
2nd Cpl Martin Asbrige ' 4.75  
4th Cpl Obadiah Ritch ' 15.00  
Pvt John Cane ' 9.00  
Pvt William Groves ' ?  
Pvt William Gibbons ' 14.25  
Pvt William Finney ' 0  
Pvt Lewis Keaster ' 10.00  
Pvt George Keaster ' 9.50  
Pvt Solomon Youngblood ' 32.50  
Pvt Jonathan Youngblood ' 28.50  
Pvt John Murphy ' 0  
Pvt Jacob Welty ' 0 horse crippled in forced march

Capt Holidays Company

Pvt Mason Wood Galatin County 0  

Capt Bowyers Company (detached part thereof)

Cpl John Suleven Franklin 16.50  
Pvt Owen Hutson ' 7.50  
Sgt Elijah Estes ' 0  
Pvt John Estes ' 0  
Pvt Aikin McClain ' 0  
Pvt Walter S Aikins ' 0  

02 Aug 1832 Dixons Ferry

I certify on honor that this muster rool exhibts the true state of the detachment under my command and that the remarkes set opposite each officer and soldier are accurate & just---James G Corder 1st Lt 2nd Reg 1 Brig.

note: Men placed under his command about a week after the battle at Kelloggs Grove (25 Jun 1832) and continued under it till the time of discharg. The men were chiefly those who had lost their horses.

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