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Officers of the Victory on Lake Champlain, 11 September 1814

Thomas Macdonough, commanding the squadron.
Robert Henley, master commandant
Stephen Cassin, lieutenant commandant
Joseph Smith, lieutenant
John Stansbury, lieutenant
Peter Gamble, lieutenant
Francis Mitchell, lieutenant
Silas Duncan, acting lieutenant
William A. Spencer, acting lieutenant
Horace F. Marcellin, sailing master
E. A. F. Vallete, sailing master
Samuel Kettletas, sailing master
William M. Robins, sailing master
Joseph Lindsay, sailing master
Henry Few, sailing master
Philip Brum, sailing master
Daniel S. Stellwagon, sailing master
Roger Carter, acting master
John Hazleton, acting master
Jarius Loomis, acting master
Gustavus R. Brown, surgeon's mate
William Caton, surgeon.
John Kilburn, midshipman
Charles T. Platt, midshipman
Thomas H. Connover, midshipman
Daniel Hazard, midshipman
Hiram Paulding, midshipman
Frank Ellery, midshipman
Joel Abbot, midshipman
Joseph S. Cannon, midshipman
William Boden, midshipman
Lawrence Montgomery, midshipman
Samuel Thering, midshipman
Henry Tardy, midshipman
Samuel L. Breeze, midshipman
Walter N. Monteath, midshipman
James M. Freeman, midshipman
John H. Graham, midshipman
William Machesney, midshipman
Charles L. Williamson, midshipman
James M. Baldwin, acting midshipman
Joseph Barron, pilot
Thomas Babcock, pilot
Abraham Walters, pilot
William Wright, pilot

Source: A General Register of the Navy and Marine Corps of the United States, "Officers of the Navy, to whom thanks, medals and swords have been voted by Congress." Washington, D.C.: Alexander, Publisher, 1848.

Published: Mon Apr 21 13:26:12 EDT 2014