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DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY -- NAVAL HISTORYA AND HERITAGE COMMAND

Officers of the War of 1812

Surgeon's Mates

List is arranged by date of commission.

Names and Rank.

Dates of Commissions.

Where Stationed.
John Harrison 16 Jan. 1805 Hospital, Washington
Stith Lewis 23 do 1809 Frigate President, July 1811
Gustavus R. Brown 1 March, -- Lake Champlain
Thomas A.C. Vanwyck 3 do -- Frigate Constitution
Manuel Philips 18 July, -- Furloughed June 22, 1811
William Barnwell 28 do 1810 New York
William Belt 23 Sept. 1811 Furloughed July 24, 1815
Donaldson Yeates 14 May, 1812 Eastern Shore, Maryland
John D. Armstrong 27 do -- Schooner Helen
William C. Whittelsey 7 July, -- Frigate Constellation
Peter Christie 8 do -- Middletown, Connecticut
John Young, Jr. 9 do -- Brig Torch
Samuel Jackson 10 do -- Hospital, New York
Andrew B. Cook 21 Dec. -- Lake Ontario
James C. Garrison 22 do -- Ditto
E.D. Morrison No. 2 24 July, 1813 Wilmington, N.C.
Horatio S. Waring No. 3 24 do -- Charleston, S.C.
John H. Gordon, Acting Surgeon No. 5 24 do -- Mediterranean
Samuel M. Kissan No. 6 24 do -- Sloop Hornet
Leonard Osborne No. 7 24 do -- Brig Firefly
Thos. Williamson No. 9 24 do -- Brig Prometheus
John Dix No. 10 24 do -- Brig Flambeau
Thomas Sprague No. 13 24 do -- Frigate President, October, 1813
Benj. Austin, Jr. No. 15 24 do -- Furloughed June 13, 1815
Thomas Cadle No. 16 24 do -- Sloop Peacock
Leuco Mitchell No. 17 24 do -- Furloughed June 8, 1815
Silas D. Wickes No. 18 24 do -- Brig Spitfire
Isaac Baldwin, Jr. No. 19 24 do -- Brig Epervier
Wilmot F. Rogers No. 20 24 do -- Schooner Nonsuch
Thomas Rogerson 25 Oct. -- Charlestown, Massachusetts
George S. Sproston 8 Nov. -- Frigate Congress
John C. Richardson 17 May, 1814 Lake Erie
John W. Peaco 23 June, -- Sloop Erie
Archimedes Smith 5 July, -- Lake Erie
Alexr. M. Montgomery 16 do -- Brig Spark
Oliver Le Chevalier 10 Dec. -- Frigate Macedonian
William Butler 10 do -- Hospital, Washington
Thomas M'Kissock 10 Dec. 1814 Shawangunk, N.Y.
John Wise 10 do -- Kennebunk, Massachusetts
Thomas I.H. Cushing 10 do -- Charlestown, Massachusetts
John H. Steel 10 do -- Frigate Macedonian
S.B. Whittington 10 do -- Sloop Ontario
Francis Gerrish 10 do -- Independence 74
Edward Woodward 10 do -- Frigate "U. States"
Benjamin A. Wells 10 do -- Piscataway, Maryland
Fredrick P. Markham 10 do -- Adams, Massachusetts
William D. Conaway 10 do -- Baltimore
James D. Turnstale 10 do -- Henderson county, Kentucky
Davis G. Tuck 10 do -- Fairfax Courthouse, Virginia
Robert C. Wardle 10 do -- West Chester county, New York
James Norris 10 do -- Washington 74
Thomas C. Gardner 10 do -- Frigate Congress
William F. Bradbury 10 do -- Furloughed July 27, 1815
Benajah Tickner 10 do -- Sharon, Connecticut
William P. Jones 10 do -- Virginia
Thomas C. Peachy 10 do -- Mediterranean
John Mairs 10 do -- New York
John M'Adam 10 do -- Northumberland Cy. Virginia
John S. Mershon 10 do -- Princeton, N.J.
Charles Chase 10 do -- Washington 74
Thomas V. Wisenthal 10 do -- Frigate Java
George B. Doane 10 do -- Mediterranean
Amos King 10 do -- New York
Pliny Morton 10 do -- Frigate "U. States"
Benjamin S. Tyler 10 do -- New York
Nathaniel Miller 6 Jan. 1815 Frigate Guerriere
William Burchmore 10 Jan. 1815 Frigate Guerriere
Solomon D. Townsend 3 May, -- Washington 74
Richard Derby, Jr. 3 do -- Independence 74
John R. Martin, Acting Surgeon 9 do -- Brig Chippewa
James R. Boyce, Acting Surgeon's Mate 10 Jan. -- Frigate Constellation
David H. Fraser, Acting Surgeon's Mate 21 Feb. -- New York


Source: Naval Register: Printed by Order of the Secretary of the Navy. August 1st, 1815. Washington, D.C.: Weightman, [1815].