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Register of the Nay for the Year 1818

15th Congress

No. 153.

 [1st Session.

REGISTER OF THE NAVY FOR THE YEAR 1818.

COMMUNICATED TO THE SENATE, BY THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY, JANUARY 21, 1818.

CAPTAINS.

Names.

Dates of commissions.

Where stationed.

Alexander Murray,

July 1, 1703,

Philadelphia navy yard.

John Rodgers,

March 5, 1799,

President of the Navy Board.

James Barron,

May 22, "

Absent from the United States.

William Bainbridge,

May 20, 1800,

Commanding at Boston.

Hugh G. Campbell,

October 16, "

Commanding at Charleston, S. Carolina

Stephen Decatur,

February 16, 1804,

Commissioner of the Navy.

Thomas Tingey,

November 23, "

Navy yard, Washington.

Charles Stewart,

April 22, 1806,

Franklin 74.

Isaac Hull,

April 23, "

Navy yard, Charlestown, Massachusetts

Isaac Chauncey,

April 21, "

Washington 74.

John Shaw,

August 27, 1807,

Frigate United States.

John H. Dent,

December 29, 1811,

Not on duty.

David Porter,

July 2, 1812,

Commissioner of the Navy,

John Cassin,

July 3, "

Navy yard, Norfolk, Virginia.

Samuel Evans,

July 4, "

Navy yard, New York.

Jacob Jones,

March 3. 1813,

Frigate Guerriere.

Charles Morris,

March 5, "

Frigate Java.

Arthur Sinclair,

July 24, "

Frigate Constitution.

Oliver H. Perry,

Sept. 10, "

Commanding at Newport.

Thomas Macdonough,

September 11, 1814,

Navy yard, Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Lewis Warrington,

November 22, "

Frigate Macedonian.

Joseph Bainbridge,

November 23, "

Steam frigate Fulton.

William M. Crane,

November 24, "

Frigate Constellation.

James T. Leonard,

February 4, 1815,

Lake Champlain.

James Biddle,

February 28, "

Ontario sloop of war.

Charles G. Ridgely,

" "

Mediterranean.

Robert T. Spence,

" "

Commanding at Baltimore.

Daniel T. Patterson,

" "

Commanding at New Orleans.

Samuel Angus,

April 27, 1816,

Recruiting at New York.

Melancthon T. Woolsey,

" "

Commanding at Sackett's Harbor.

John Orde Creighton,

" "

Washington 74.

Edward Trenchard,

March 5, 1817,

Corvette Cyane.

John Downes,

" "

Independence 74.

John D. Henley,

" "

Corvette John Adams.

--457--

MASTERS COMMANDANT.

Names,

Dates of commissions.

Where stationed.

Jesse D. Elliot,

July 24, 1813,

Recruiting at Norfolk, Virginia.

Robert Henley,

August 12, 1814,

Not on duty.

Stephen Cassin,

September 11, "

Navy yard, Washington.

Daniel S. Dexter,

December 10, "

Eric, Pennsylvania.

James Renshaw,

" "

Navy yard, New York.

David Deacon,

" "

Recruiting at Boston, Massachusetts.

Lewis Alexis,

February 4, 1815,

On furlough.

Michael B. Carroll,

February 28, "

New Orleans.

Sidney Smith,

March 1, "

Not on duty.

Thomas Brown,

April 27, 1816,

Recruiting at Philadelphia.

Nathaniel Haraden,

" "

Not on duty.

Samuel Woodhouse,

" "

On furlough.

Charles C. B. Thompson,

" "

Mediterranean.

Alexander S. Wadsworth,

" "

Brig Prometheus.

George W. Rodgers,

" "

Sloop Peacock.

George C. Read,

" "

Sloop Hornet.

Henry E. Ballard,

" "

Franklin 74.

Thomas Gamble,

" "

Sloop Erie.

William Carter, Jr.

" "

New York.

Joseph J. Nicholson,

March 5, 1817,

Brig Spark.

John H. Elton,

" "

Brig Saranac.

Edmund P. Kennedy,

" "

Ship Alert.

Alexander J. Dallas,

" "

On furlough.

John B. Nicolson,

" "

Schooner Nonesuch.

Beekman V. Hoffman,

" "

New York.

 

LIEUTENANTS.

Francis J. Mitchell,

February 18, 1809,

On furlough.

Joseph Nicholson,

June 15, "

Do.

John Pettigrew,

April 22, 1810,

Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Wolcott Chauncey,

June 7, "

On furlough.

Jesse Wilkinson,

June 10, "

Schooner Hornet.

George Budd,

May 23, 1812,

On furlough.

Thomas A. C. Jones,

May 24, "

Frigate Constellation.

Joseph S. McPherson,

May 20, "

On furlough.

John Porter,

May 27, "

Brig Boxer.

William Finch,

January 4, 1813,

Brig Prometheus.

William B. Shubrick,

January 5, "

Washington 74.

Henry Wells,

January 6, "

Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Benjamin W. Booth,

January 7, "

Not on duty.

Alexander Claxton.

January 8, "

Do.

Enos R. Davis,

January 10, "

Recruiting at Baltimore.

Charles W. Morgan,

March 3, "

Franklin 74.

Samuel P. Macomber,

March 4, "

Charlestown, Massachusetts.

Raymond H. J. Perry,

March 5, "

Newport, Rhode Island.

Lawrence Kearney,

March 6, "

Brig Enterprise.

Wm. H. Watson,

March 7, "

Washington 74.

Thomas Hendry, Jr.

March 8, "

Not on duty.

Foxhall A. Parker,

March 9, "

Navy yard, New York.

Edward R. McCall,

March 11, "

Gun-boat 168.

Daniel Turner,

March 12, "

Not on duty.

William H. Allen,

July 24, "

Frigate Guerriere.

David Conner,

" "

Sloop Ontario.

John Gallagher,

" "

Franklin 74.

Thomas Holdup Stevens,

" "

Frigate Java.

Henry S. Newcomb,

" "

On furlough.

James P. Oellers,

" "

Franklin 74.

William M. Hunter,

" "

Not on duty.

John D. Sloat,

" "

New York.

John Packett,

" "

Erie.

William H. Cocke,

" "

Washington 74.

Matthew C. Perry,

" "

New York.

Charles W. Skinner,

" "

Washington 74.

Joseph Wragg,

" "

Franklin 74.

Samuel W. Adams,

" "

Schooner Lady of the Lake,

John R. Madison,

" "

Schooner Lynx.

Dugomier Taylor,

" "

Not on duty.

George Pearce,

" "

Lake Erie.

Frederick W. Smith,

" "

Schooner Asp.

Nathaniel D. Nicholson,

" "

Sloop Peacock.

Otho Norris,

" "

Corvette John Adams.

John T. Newton,

" "

Sloop Hornet.

P. A. I. P. Jones,

" "

Charlestown, Massachusetts.

Samuel Henley,

" "

Frigate Macedonian.

A. H. M. Conklin,

" "

Erie.

Joseph Smith,

" "

Navy yard, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Laurence Rousseau,

" "

New Orleans.

George W, Storer,

" "

Frigate Congress.

Lewis German,

" "

Sackett's Harbor.

Joseph Cassin,

" "

Frigate Constellation.

Robert M. Rose,

" "

Independence 74.

Beverly Kennon,

" "

Washington 74.

--458--

LIEUTENANTS.

Names.

Dates of commissions.

Where stationed.

Edward Shubrick,

July 24, 1813,

Independence 74.

Charles A. Budd,

October 9,

Lake Champlain.

Francis H. Gregory,

June 18, 1814,

Frigate United States.

John M. Maury,

June 28, "

Gosport, Virginia.

Hubert Spedden,

December 9, "

Baltimore, recruiting.

John H. Clack,

" "

Frigate Congress.

Benjamin Cooper,

" "

Corvette John Adams.

William L. Gordon,

" "

Independence 74.

James Ramage,

" "

On furlough.

Silas Duncan,

" "

Independence 74,

Dulany Forrest,

" "

Corvette John Adams.

John Tayloe, Jr.

" "

Not on duty.

David Geisinger,

" "

Mediterranean.

Robert F. Stockton,

" "

Sloop Erie.

Thomas S. Cunningham,

" "

Schooner Firebrand.

Isaac McKeever,

" "

Ketch Surprise.

Paul Zantzinger,

" "

Frigate United States.

Charles E. Crowley,

" "

New Orleans.

Henry Gilliam,

" "

On furlough.

William I). Salter,

" "

Independence 71.

Philip F. Voorhees,

" "

Frigate Congress.

Charles S. McCauley,

" "

Frigate Constellation,

John H. Bell,

" "

On furlough.

Thomas M. Newell,

" "

Collector of timber, Georgia.

Eli A. F. Vallette,

" "

Schooner Despatch.

William A. Spencer,

" "

Not on duty.

Francis B. Gamble,

" "

Brig Spark.

William Laughton,

" "

Sloop Peacock.

Nelson Webster,

" "

Frigate United States.

Richard Dashiell,

" "

Not on duty.

Thomas T. Webb,

" "

Frigate Macedonian.

Richard M. Winter,

" "

Not on duty.

John Percival,

" "

Frigate Macedonian.

Charles T. Stallings,

" "

Frigate Constellation.

John H. Aulick,

" "

Sloop Ontario.

William V. Taylor,

" "

Newport, Rhode Island.

Mervine P. Mix,

" "

On furlough.

Bladen Dulany,

" "

Independence 71.

Charles T. Clark,

" "

Franklin 74.

James McGowan,

" "

On furlough.

George Vancleave,

" "

Navy yard, Charlestown, Massachusetts.

Silas H. Stringham,

" "

Brig Spark.

Nathaniel L. Montgomery,

" "

Sloop Erie.

William A. C. Farragut,

" "

Brig Enterprise.

George B. McCulloch,

" "

Frigate United States.

Walter G. Anderson,

" "

Gosport, Virginia.

Stephen Champlin,

" "

Lake Erie.

William Lowe,

" "

On furlough.

Walter N. Monteath,

" "

Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Richard G. Edwards,

" "

Navy yard, Washington.

Isaac Mayo,

February 4, 1815,

Sloop Hornet.

William K. Latimer,

" "

On furlough.

William Mervine,

" "

Sackett's Harbor.

Thomas Crabb,

" "

Gosport, Virginia.

Edward B. Babbit,

May 1, "

Brig Saranac.

George W. Hamersley,

May 3, "

Sloop Hornet.

Thomas Paine, Jr.

December 1, "

Charleston, South Carolina.

John Hill, Jr.

April 27, 1816,

Newport, Rhode Island.

James Armstrong,

" "

Washington 74.

Joseph Smoot,

" "

Schooner Nonesuch.

Robert B. Randolph,

" "

Do.

William Berry,

" "

Frigate Congress.

Samuel L. Breese,

" "

Sackett's Harbor.

John Evans,

" "

Ship Alert.

Benjamin Page, Jr.

" "

Franklin 74.

John T. Ritchie,

" "

Brig Prometheus.

John A. Wish.

" "

Erie, Pennsylvania.

John Gwinn,

" "

Brig Boxer.

William A. Weaver,

" "

Franklin 74.

Thomas W. Wyman,

" "

Frigate Congress.

James L. Morris,

" "

Washington 74.

John A. Belsches,

" "

Schooner Asp.

Jamas Mork,

" "

Gunboat 168.

Andrew Fitzhugh,

" "

Corvette John Adams.

William M. Caldwell,

" "

Brig Prometheus.

John K. Carter,

" "

New York, recruiting.

Joseph Cross.

" "

Navy yard, Washington.

Abraham S. Ten Eick,

" "

Not on duty.

Thomas Hamersley,

" "

Sloop Peacock.

John White,

" "

On furlough.

William M. Robins,

" "

Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Robert Field,

" "

Sloop Erie.

Hiram Paulding,

" "

Brig Prometheus.

Jonathan D. Williamson,

" "

Franklin 74.

Charles L. Springer,

" "

Brig Enterprise.

--459--

LIEUTENANTS.

Names.

Dates of commissions.

Where stationed.

James Trant,

March 5, 1817,

Gosport, Virginia.

Uriah P. Levy,

" "

Franklin 74.

Enoch H. Johns,

" "

Schooner Asp.

Charles Lacy,

March 5, 1817,

Brig Saranac,

Clement W. Stevens

" "

Sloop Ontario.

Charles Boarman, Jr.

" "

Not on duty.

French Forrest,

" "

Baltimore, recruiting.

Edgar Freeman,

" "

Brig Saranac.

Thomas A. Tippett,

" "

Brig Boxer.

William E. M'Kenney,

" "

Schooner Despatch.

Edward Greenwell,

" "

Not on duty.

William J. Helt.

" "

Not on duty.

Charles II. Caldwell,

" "

Schooner Lynx.

William Jameson,

" "

Frigate Constellation.

James W. H. Ray.

" "

Mediterranean.

William Boerum,

" "

Schooner Hornet.

Charles L. Williamson,

" "

Corvette J. Adams.

Charles Gaunt,

" "

Ship Alert.

William W. Ramsay,

" "

Frigate Congress.

Ralph Voorhees,

" "

Sloop Ontario.

James Nicholson,

" "

Accounting.

James B. Taylor,

" "

Schooner Lynx.

Robert E. Searcy,

" "

Brig Prometheus.

Thomas H. Bowyer,

" "

Schooner Hornet.

Alexander Eskridge,

" "

Brig Prometheus.

Ebenezer Ridgeway,

" "

Franklin 74.

Thomas A. Canover,

" "

New York.

Archibald S. Campbell,

" "

Schooner Firebrand.

William Taylor,

" "

Frigate Congress.

targe W. Isaacs,

" "

Brig Enterprise.

John C. Long,

" "

Brig Boxer.

Henry R. Warner,

" "

Brig Enterprise.

John H. Graham,

" "

New York, recruiting.

Nathaniel Carter, Jr.

" "

Schooner Hornet.

Henry Ward,

" "

On furlough.

Henry Henry,

December 29, "

Norfolk.

Samuel W. Downing,

" "

Corvette John Adams.

Richard S. Hunter,

" "

Washington 74.

William Pottenger,

" "

Erie, Pennsylvania.

Henry W. Ogden,

" "

Mediterranean.

John H. Lee,

" "

Norfolk.

Walter Abbot,

" "

Charleston, South Carolina.

 

SURGEONS.

Edward Cutbush,

June 24, 1799,

Hospital, Washington.

Peter St. Medard,

July 14, "

Boston.

Samuel R. Marshall,

January 16, 1800,

Hospital New York,

Lewis Heerman, "

November 27, 1804,

N. Hospital, New Orleans.

Joseph G. T. Hunt,

" "

Navy yard, New York.

Jonathan Cowdery,

" "

Not on duty.

Samuel D. Heap,

" "

Mediterranean.

Robert L. Thorn,

March 3, 1809,

Navy yard, Portsmouth, N. H.

Samuel R. Trevett, Jr.

" "

Navy yard, Charlestown, Massachusetts.

William P. C. Barton,

April 28, "

Navy yard, Philadelphia.

George Logan,

April 14, 1810,

Charleston, South Carolina.

Amos A. Evans,

" 20 "

M. B. Charlestown, Massachusetts.

Robert S. Kearney,

July 28, "

Frigate United States.

James Page, Jr.

March 5, 1811,

Baltimore.

John D. McReynolds,

October 2, "

Lake Erie.

Thomas Harris,

July 6, 1812,

Frigate Guerriere.

William Turk,

July 21, 1813,

Lake Champlain.

Hyde Ray,

" "

Frigate Constellation.

William Baldwin,

" "

Frigate Congress.

Walter W. Buchanan,

" "

Sackett's Harbor.

E. L. Lawton,

" "

On furlough.

Charles Cotton,

" "

Newport, Rhode Island.

Gerard Dayers,

" "

Independence 74.

William Caton,

" "

On furlough.

Robert R. Barton,

" "

On furlough.

Benjamin P. Kissam,

" "

New York.

John A. Kearney,

" "

Franklin 74.

Richard C. Edgar,

" "

On furlough.

Bailey Washington,

" "

Washington 74.

Thomas Chidester,

" "

Navy yard, Charlestown, Massachusetts.

George T. Kennon,

" "

Navy yard, Gosport, Virginia.

Walter W. New,

October 6, "

New Orleans.

Samuel Horseley,

April 6, 1814,

On furlough.

Robert C. Randolph,

April 15, "

Navy Yard, New Orleans.

Charles B. Hamilton,

" "

Marine Corps, Head Quarters.

Usher Parsons,

" "

Frigate Java.

William Swift,

" "

New York.

Josephus M. S. O'Conway,

June 27, "

Schooner Firebrand.

--460--

SURGEONS.

Names.

Dates of commissions.

Where stationed.

Richard K. Hoffman,

July 16, 1814,

Sloop Ontario.

Thomas B. Salter,

May 22, 1815,

Mediterranean.

William Barnwell. Jr.,

April 27, 1816,

Corvette John Adams.

William C. Whittelsey,

" "

On furlough.

Peter Christie,

" "

Erie, Pennsylvania.

Charles M. Reese,

" "

Rendezvous, Philadelphia.

 

SURGEONS' MATES.

John Harrison,

January 16, 1805,

Navy yard, Washington.

Gustavus R. Brown,

March 1, 1809,

On furlough.

Manuel Phillips,

July 18,

On furlough.

William Belt,

September 23, 1811,

On furlough.

John D. Armstrong,

May 27, 1812,

Naval Hospital, Philadelphia.

Samuel Jackson, assistant surgeon,

July 10,

Hospital, New York.

Andrew B. Cook,

December 21, "

Sackett's Harbor.

James C. Garrison,

" 22 "

Sackett's Harbor.

John H. Gordon, assistant surgeon,

July 21, 1813,

Ship Hornet.

Samuel M. Kissam,

" "

Franklin 74.

Leonard Osborne,

" "

Brig Saranac.

Thomas Williamson,

" "

Brig Prometheus.

John Dix, assistant surgeon,

" "

Ship Alert.

Benjamin Austin, Jun,

" "

Boston, not on duty.

Thomas Cadle,

" "

Sloop Peacock.

Leuco Mitchell,

" "

Corvette John Adams.

Silas D. Wickes,

" "

Corvette Cyane.

Wilmot F. Rodgers,

" "

Not on duty.

George S. Sproston, assistant surgeon,

November 8, "

Brig Boxer.

John C. Richardson,

May 17, 1814,

Frigate Constellation.

John W. Peaco,

June 23, "

Brig Spark.

Archimedes Smith,

July 5,

Not on duty.

Alexander M. Montgomery,

July 16, "

Sloop Erie.

Oliver Le Chevalier, assistant surgeon,

December 10, "

Schooner Lynx.

William Butler, Jun.

" "

On furlough.

John Wise,

" "

On furlough.

John H. Steel,

" "

Not on duty.

Francis Gerrish,

" "

Washington 74.

Edward Woodward,

" "

Frigate United States.

Benjamin A. Welles,

" "

Independence 74.

Frederick P. Markham,

" "

Franklin 74.

William D. Conway,

" "

Corvette John Adams.

James N. Tunstall,

" "

On furlough.

Robert C. Wardle,

" "

Ketch Surprise.

James Norris,

" "

Washington 74.

Thomas C. Gardiner,

" "

Sloop Ontario.

Benajah Tickner,

" "

On furlough.

William P. Jones,

" "

On furlough.

John M'Adam,

" "

On furlough.

John S. Mershon,

" "

On furlough.

Charles Chase,

" "

Washington 74.

Thomas W. Wiesenthal,

" "

Independence 74.

George B. Doane,

" "

Frigate United States.

Nathaniel W. Miller,

January 6, 1815,

On furlough.

William Burchmore,

" 10, "

Frigate Congress.

David H. Frazer,

February 21, "

Franklin 74.

John S. Wiley,

December 20, "

Hospital, New York.

James R. Boyce,

April 27, 1810,

Gosport, Virginia.

 

PURSERS.

Isaac Garretson,

April 25, 1812,

On furlough.

Clement S. Huntt,

" "

Newport, Rhode Island.

Gwinn Harris,

" "

Franklin 74.

John H. Carr,

" "

Lake Erie, Pennsylvania.

Nathaniel Lyde,

" "

Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Samuel Robertson,

" "

Gosport, Virginia.

Samuel Hambleton,

" "

On furlough.

Robert C. Ludlow,

" "

On furlough.

John B. Timberlake,

" "

On furlough.

Thomas I. Chew,

" "

Washington 74.

Thomas Shields,

" "

New Orleans.

Richard C. Archer,

" "

On furlough.

Lewis Deblois,

" "

Charlestown, Massachusetts.

George S. Wise,

" "

New York.

Francis A. Thornton,

" "

Sloop Ontario.

James M. Halsey,

" "

New York.

Edward Fitzgerald,

" "

Frigate Java.

Alexander P. Darragh,

" "

Frigate Constitution.

Edward W. Turner,

" "

Frigate Constellation.

Henry Denison,

" "

Accounting.

--461--

PURSERS.

Names.

Dates of commissions.

Where stationed.

William S. Rogers,

February 26, 1813,

Independence 71.

John It Shaw,

" 28, "

Sloop Hornet.

Samuel P. Todd,

March 1, "

Philadelphia.

George Beale, Jun.

July 24, 1813,

Returning to the United States.

James H. Clark,

" "

Frigate United States.

Joseph Wilson, Jun.

" "

Frigate Macedonian.

Thomas Waine,

" "

Brig Saranac.

Joseph B. Wilkinson,

March 26, 1814,

On furlough.

Benjamin F. Bourne,

" "

Sloop Peacock.

William Sinclair,

" "

Charleston, South Carolina.

Matthew C. Atwood,

" "

Sloop Erie.

John N. Todd,

March 1, 1816,

Boston.

Timothy Winn,

May 17, "

Washington.

William M. Sands,

" 20, "

Sackett's Harbor.

Joseph H. Terry,

June 6, "

On furlough.

Thomas Breese,

July 8,

Frigate Congress.

Gardner Thomas,

" 12, "

Corvette John Adams.

Ashton Y. Humphreys,

" 12, "

Brig Spark.

John Debree.

December 29, 1817,

Brig Boxer.

Charles O. Handy,

" "

Brig Prometheus.

Joseph H. Causten,

" "

Brig Enterprise.

John B. Fanning,

" "

Schooner Lynx.

Silas Butler,

" "

 

Joseph Cassin,

" "

 

Thomas Burrowes.

 

 

 

CHAPLAINS.

Andrew Hunter,

March 5, 1811,

Navy yard. Washington.

David P. Adams,

May 10,

On furlough.

John Cook,

May 9, 1812,

On furlough.

Cheever Felch,

" 12, "

Independence 74.

Charles Folsom, (acting,)

" 12, 1816,

Washington 74.

Nathaniel Andrews,

August 16, "

Franklin 74.

John Ireland,

 

Navy yard, New York.

 

MIDSHIPMEN.

Albert A. Alexander,

September 1, 1811,

Frigate United States.

Joel Abbot,

January 1, 1812,

Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Samuel W. Adams,

June 18, "

Not on duty.

Joseph H. Ashbridge,

August 14, 1813,

On furlough.

Henry A. Adams,

March 14, 1814,

Franklin 74.

Alexander McKim Andrew,

April 13, "

On furlough.

Robert Armistead,

July 30, "

Sloop Erie.

Nathaniel Alexander,

Nov. 30, "

Franklin 74.

William M. Armstrong,

" "

Frigate United States.

Thomas C. Abbot,

December 6, "

Washington 74.

Roderick R. Adams,

March 2, 1815,

On furlough.

Francis Armstrong,

 

Frigate Congress.

Thomas 8. Brown,

December 17, 1810,

Frigate United States.

James A. D. Brown,

" "

Frigate United States.

Samuel Barron,

January 1, 1812,

Gosport, Virginia.

Horatio Beatty,

" "

Ketch Surprise.

Yorick Baker,

June 18, "

Schooner Nonesuch.

Charles H. Bell,

" "

Schooner Asp.

Eliphalet Ball,

" "

On furlough.

Abraham Bigelow,

" "

On furlough.

William Boden,

" "

On furlough.

Russell Baldwin,

May 17, 1813,

Frigate United States.

Henry Bruce,

November 9, "

Franklin 74.

John Bubier,

" "

On furlough.

Edmund Byrne,

February 1, 1814,

On furlough.

John D. Bird,

April 10, "

New Orleans.

Timothy G. Benham,

November 30, "

On furlough.

Cyrus A. Branch.

" "

Brig Prometheus.

Benjamin Bartholomew,

" "

On furlough.

John P. Babbidge,

" "

On furlough.

James S. Boughan,

January 11, 1815.

Sloop Erie.

Franklin Buchanan,

" 28, "

Franklin 74.

Arthur Bainbridge,

February 22, "

Washington 74.

John M. Boardley,

March 7, "

Sloop Peacock.

Joseph Bowman,

July 8, "

On furlough.

Lyttleton M. Booth.

June 1, 1816,

Frigate United States.

Archibald R. Bogardus,

January 1, 1817,

Brig Spark.

Benjamin F. Bache,

" "

Not on duty.

Oscar Bullus,

" "

Sloop Ontario.

Abraham Bennet,

" 1818,

Not on duty.

Edward Barnewall,

" "

Frigate Congress.

Everard Benjamin,

" "

Not on duty.

--462--

MIDSHIPMEN

Names.

Dates of warrants.

Where stationed.

Robert S. Bullus,

January 1, 1818,

Not on duty.

George Blake, Jun.

" "

Not on duty.

Robert Beale,

" "

Not on duty.

Joshua Barney, Jun.

" "

Not on duty.

Theodorus Bailey, Jun.

" "

Not on duty.

Joseph R. Blake,

" "

Not on duty.

John A. Cook,

" 1812,

Corvette John Adams.

John S. Chauncey,

" "

Washington 74.

Lodowick Crarey,

" "

On furlough.

Joseph S. Cornwell,

" "

Brig Boxer.

Lachlan A. J. Cuthbert,

" "

Brig Saranac.

Harmon H. Cocke,

June 18, "

Brig Boxer.

Enos, R. Childs,

" "

Brig Saranac.

James F. Curtis,

" "

On furlough.

John P. Cambreleng,

" "

Washington 74.

James M. Cutts,

" "

Not on duty.

Thomas B. Curtis,

September 28, "

On furlough.

John L. Cummings,

October 8, "

Frigate United States.

Edward W. Carpender,

July 10, 1813,

Washington 74.

Benjamin Carpender,

" "

Frigate United States.

John M. Channing,

November 9, "

On furlough.

Augustus Cutts,

" "

Independence 74.

Hercules Cottitneau,

 

Independence 74.

David Conyngham,

February 1, 1814,

Franklin 74.

Joseph W. Cochran,

" "

Ship Alert.

Joseph S. Cannon,

" 26, "

Schooner Asp.

Robert B. Cunningham,

November 30, "

Sloop Erie.

Joseph Cutts, Jun.

December 6, "

Franklin 74.

James S. Coxe,

January 10, 1815,

Sloop Ontario.

Charles B. Childs,

-

On furlough.

Richard Cochrane,

February 7, "

 

John Cremer.

March 1, "

Navy yard, Washington.

William E. Cambridge,

" 6, "

New Orleans.

Jacob Crowninshield,

" 11,

Washington 74.

James H. Clinton,

April 24, "

Washington 74.

William Campbell,

May 30, 1810,

Washington 74.

James E. Colhoun,

" "

Frigate Congress.

John Redman Coxe,

January 1, 1818,

Not on duty.

John Addison Carr.

" "

Not on duty.

Samuel Cocke,

" "

Not on duty.

John T. W. H. Dayton,

September 1, 1811,

On furlough.

James W. Delany,

" "

On furlough.

Maximilian A. De Veaux,

" "

Corvette John Adams.

Peleg K. Dunham,

January 1, 1812,

Brig Prometheus.

Oscar Davis,

 

Frigate Constellation.

John M. Dale,

June 18, "

Washington 74.

John Dennis, Jun.

" "

On furlough.

Thomas W. Dailey,

November 9, 1813,

On furlough.

Charles P. Derby,

" "

Washington 74.

Daniel S. De Saussure,

" "

Frigate Constellation.

Thomas Owen Davis,

February 1, 1814,

Independence 74.

Richard Dominick,

April 30,

Sackett's Harbor.

Samuel Dusenberry,

July 16, "

New York.

Charles Dana,

November 30, "

Schooner Lynx.

George D. Dods,

" "

On furlough.

Gaston D. C. Davesac,

" "

Frigate Congress.

Hugh Dulany,

" "

On furlough.

Henry Dyson,

January 1, 1815,

Independence 74.

Thomas Dornin,

May 2,

Franklin 74.

Samuel F. Dupont,

December 19, "

Ditto.

Henry J. Dickenson,

" 26, "

Frigate Congress.

Augustus C. Douglas,

January 1, 1817,

Not on duty.

Robert E. Duncan,

" "

Ditto.

Gabriel E. De Saussure,

" 1818.

Ditto.

Marmaduke Dove, Jun.

" "

Ditto.

Albert E. Downes,

" "

Ditto.

Robert Dandridge,

" "

Ditto.

Edwin Essex,

November 16, 1809,

Brig Prometheus.

Frank Ellery,

January 1, 1812,

Independence 74.

Samuel A. Eakin,

June 18, "

Corvette John Adams.

Charles Ellery,

March 8, 1814,

Frigate Constellation.

Christopher T. Emmet,

October 1, "

Frigate Congress.

Frederick Engle,

December 6, "

Brig Boxer.

Thomas H. Everett,

January 1, 1818,

Not on duty.

Henry Etting,

" "

Ditto.

David C. Farragut,

December 17, 1810,

Washington 74.

Thomas W. Freelon,

June 18, 1812,

Not on duty.

James M. Freeman,

May 24, 1814,

On furlough.

Benjamin Follet,

December 6, "

Corvette John Adams.

Robert Y. Fairlie,

January 1, 1817,

Sloop Peacock.

William Foster,

" "

Corvette John Adams.

George B. Forrester,

" 1818,

Not on duty.

Frederick S. Gibbon,

June 9, 1811,

Independence 74.

Peterson Goodwin,

January 1, 1812,

Not on duty.

Henry Gray,

" "

Schooner Firebrand.

--463--

Names.

Dates of warrants.

Where stationed.

Allen B. W. Griffin,

January 1, 1812,

Sloop Peacock.

James Goodrum.

June 18, "

Frigate Constellation.

Lewis M. Goldsborough,

" "

Franklin 74.

Jacob E. Gillmeyer,

January 1, 1813,

Schooner Asp.

Thomas Greeves, Jun.

November 9, "

On furlough.

Daniel Goodwin,

" 30, 1814,

Ditto.

Benj. S. Grimke,

" "

Brig Enterprise.

Willis M. Green,

" "

Sackett's Harbor.

Thomas R. Gerry,

December 6, "

Sloop Erie.

William H. Gardner,

" "

On furlough.

Thomas R. Gedney,

March 4, 1816,

Gunboat 168.

Timothy Gay,

June 6, "

On furlough.

James T. Gerry,

December 20, "

Washington 74.

William Green,

January 1, 1818,

Not on duty.

Alexander G. Gordon,

" "

Ditto.

William M. Glendy,

" "

Ditto.

Thomas P. Harrison,

June 9, 1811,

On furlough.

Joseph L. Harper,

June 1, 1812,

Ditto.

Moses H. Hunter,

June 18, "

Ditto.

David Hunter,

" "

Ditto.

Levi M. Harby,

" "

New York.

Joseph L. C. Hardy,

" "

Ketch Surprise.

Edward W. Hamilton,

" "

On furlough.

James Hodges,

November 9, 1813,

Brig Spark.

Joseph Hull,

" "

Washington 74.

Thomas B. Handy,

January 28, 1814,

Ditto.

John F. Howell,

February 1, "

Washington City.

George N. Hollins,

" "

Washington 74.

Thomas Hayes,

Juno 16, "

On furlough.

John Heth.

June 25, "

Ditto.

William H. Homer,

November 30, "

Frigate Congress.

Samuel Horton,

" "

On furlough.

Harry D. Hunter,

" "

Sloop Peacock.

John M. Hunt,

" "

Corvette John Adams.

John L. Harris,

" "

Franklin 74.

William S. Harris,

" "

Sackett's Harbor.

William L. Howard,

January 10, 1816,

Brig Saranac.

Hubbard H. Hobbs,

March 4,

Ditto.

Alexander Hosack,

January 22, 1816,

Corvette John Adams.

John E. Heron,

January 1, 1817,

Schooner Despatch.

John B. Hoffman,

" "

Brig Prometheus.

Abraham Hosack,

" "

On furlough.

Lucius C. Heylin,

" "

Franklin 74.

Peyton T. Henley,

1818,

Not on duty.

Stern Humphreys,

" "

Ditto.

William Inman,

" 1812,

Frigate Congress.

Duncan N. Ingraham,

June 18, "

Brig Boxer.

Israel Israel,

November 9, 1813,

Sloop Peacock.

Ocar Irving,

January I, 1817,

Sloop Ontario.

George Izard,

" 1818,

Not on duty.

James T. Jackson,

January 1, 1812,

On furlough.

Joseph R. Jarvis,

June 18, "

Brig Prometheus.

Skeff. Jameson,

" "

Not on duty.

Richard A. Jones,

" "

On furlough.

William H. Jenkins,

" "

Ditto.

Frederick Jarrett,

March 8, 1814,

Washington 74.

Walter F. Jones,

June 11, "

Frigate Constellation.

Joshua H. Justin,

November 30, "

Brig Prometheus.

Edward S. Johnson,

" "

Brig Enterprise.

Robert W. Jones,

January 1, 1818,

Not on duty.

Zachariah F. Johnston,

" "

Ditto.

Adam S. Kuhn,

February 1, 1814,

Schooner Despatch.

John Kelly,

" "

Washington 74.

John R. Keasbey,

November 4, "

Corvette John Adams.

James D. Knight,

November 30, "

Sloop Ontario.

Matthew Keogh,

December 6, "

Frigate Congress.

William II. Kennon,

January 1, 1817,

Franklin 74.

Stephen B. Kingston,

" "

Ditto.

Green Lynch

January 16, 1810,

Frigate United States.

James H. Ludlow,

November 16, "

Schooner Hornet.

John M. Luckett,

" "

New Orleans.

Thomas J. Leib,

September 1, 1811,

Franklin 74.

John Loveday,

January 1, 1812,

On furlough.

Samuel W. Lecompte,

June 4, "

Franklin 74.

William G. Lewis,

June 18, "

Gosport, Virginia.

George H. Leverett,

" "

Sloop Peacock.

Edward A. Lansing,

" "

Ship Alert

James E. Legare,

" "

Brig Boxer.

James R. Lyman,

July 16, 1814,

On furlough.

Stephen B. Lasselle,

November 4, "

Schooner Despatch.

Charles Lowndes,

March 18, 1815,

Sloop Erie.

Christopher Lowndes,

January 1, 1817,

Frigate Congress.

Arthur Lewis,

January 1, 1818,

Not on duty.

Andrew K. Long,

" "

Ditto.

John H. Little

" "

Ditto.

--464--

MIDSHIPMEN.

Names.

Dates of warrants.

Where stationed.

John McCaw,

George McCawley,

September 1, 1811,

" "

Schooner Nonesuch.

On furlough.

James M, Mcintosh,

" "

Schooner Firebrand.

Charles W. Minchin,

January 1, 1812,

Frigate United States.

William J. McCluney,

" "

Brig Saranac

William B. McClean,

" "

Brig Boxer.

Richard Mackall,

" "

Lake Erie.

William H. Mott,

" "

New York.

Joseph Morales,

" "

On furlough.

Archibald McNeal,

" "

Frigate Congress.

John B. Montgomery,

June 4, "

Sloop Hornet.

David Mitchell,

June 18, "

On furlough.

Daniel H. Mackey.

April 16, 1813,

Frigate United States.

John Marston, Junior,

November 9, "

Brig Prometheus.

Joseph Moorhead,

" "

Frigate United States.

David W. McRorie,

February 1, 1814,

Sloop Peacock.

Daniel S. McCauley,

" "

On furlough.

Sharp D. Moore,

July 18,

Ditto.

James E. McDonald, A. L.,

November 17, "

New York.

Michael Mahony,

November 30, "

Schooner Lynx.

Joseph Mattison,

" "

Brig Spark.

William W. McKean,

" "

Franklin 71.

William McKenzie,

" "

On furlough.

Nicholas Marchand,

" "

New Orleans.

Joseph Myers,

"

Franklin 74.

Samuel Mercer,

December 6, "

Frigate Congress,

Hubert F. Martin,

March 4, 1815,

Franklin 74.

Robert Marshall,

May 2, "

New York, recruiting.

John L. Milligan,

November 21, "

Schooner Firebrand.

Alexander M. Murray,

May 30, 1810,

On furlough.

Oliver H. Middleton,

January 1, 1817,

Sloop Ontario.

George A. Magruder,

" "

Franklin 74.

James P. McCall,

" "

Gunboat 168.

Humphrey H. Morris,

" "

Not on duty.

Edward Y. Marshall,

" "

Corvette Cyane.

Thomas J. Manning,

" "

Not on duty.

John Marshall,

" 1818,

Ditto.

John G. Melish,

" "

Ditto.

Alexander M. Mull,

" "

Ditto.

Charles V. Morris,

" "

Ditto.

Robert H. Nichols,

September 1, 1811,

Sackett's Harbor.

Walter Newcomb,

January 1, 1812,

Frigate Congress.

Zachariah W. Nixon,

June 18, "

On furlough.

Henry C. Newton,

" "

Sloop Ontario.

William C. Nicholson,

" "

Frigate Congress.

William D. Newman,

February 1, 1814,

Brig Saranac.

Joseph B. Nones,

" "

On furlough.

William B. Nicholson,

March 17, "

Brig Enterprise.

John S. Nicholas,

June 6, 1815,

Washington 74.

Joseph M. Nicholson,

January 1, 1817,

Brig Spark.

Augustus A. Nicholson,

" "

Franklin 74.

James M. Nowland,

" 1818,

Not on duty.

Patrick H. Overton,

November 30, 1814,

Frigate Constellation.

James A. Perry,

June 9, 1811,

Washington 74.

Hugh N. Page,

September 1, "

On furlough.

Richard M. Potter,

January 1, 1818,

Brig Spark.

Garret J. Pendergrast,

" "

Franklin 74.

Thomas Pettigru,

" "

Schooner Nonesuch.

Nathaniel A. Prentiss,

June 18, "

Brig Prometheus.

Charles T. Platt,

" "

On furlough.

Edward Price,

April 5, 1813,

Sloop Peacock.

Samuel B. Phelps,

May 20, "

Frigate Congress.

John E. Prentiss,

November 9, "

On furlough.

Jott S. Paine,

" "

Ditto.

Thomas Patten,

" "

Frigate United States.

William Pollard,

March 8, 1814,

Independence 74.

John F. Pelot,

June 10, "

On furlough.

Alexander B. Pinkham,

June 17, "

Sloop Ontario.

Richard S. Pinckney,

August 3, "

On furlough.

David H. Porter,

August 4, "

Franklin 74.

Richard Pickett,

November 30, "

On furlough.

John W. Palmer,

" "

Independence 74.

William H. Potter,

December 6, "

Brig Spark.

Robert Potter,

March 2, 1815,

Frigate Congress.

George P. Pearson.

March 11, "

Frigate United States.

William P. Piercy,

" "

Lake Erie.

William H. Pennock,

April 20, "

Franklin 74.

Edward Pinkney,

November 21, "

Sloop Peacock.

John Pope,

May 30, 1810,

Schooner Lynx.

William Penn,

January 1, 1817,

Brig Enterprise.

Edward Parker,

" "

On furlough.

Isaac Edson Perkins,

" "

Brig Prometheus.

Edward Preble,

" "

Schooner Hornet.

William W. Page,

" "

Schooner Lynx.

John H. Pleasanton,

" "

Frigate Congress.

--465--

MIDSHIPMEN.

Names.

Dates of warrants

Where stationed.

Levin M. Powell,

January 1, 1818,

Not on duty.

Reuben R. Pinkham,

" "

Ditto.

Thomas Pinder,

" "

Ditto.

William Pierson,

" "

Franklin 71.

Samuel Renshaw,

July 1, 1805,

Philadelphia, recruiting.

James Roberts,

September 1, 1811,

On furlough.

Edmund M. Russell,

June 18, 1819,

Brig Prometheus.

Charles C. Russell,

" "

Frigate Congress.

Henry Randall,

" "

On furlough.

Samuel Rogers,

November 9, 1813,

Ditto.

William T. Rodgers,

" "

Brig Boxer.

William Rice,

" "

Independence 71.

Robert Ritchie,

February 1, 1814,

Sloop Peacock.

Solomon Rutter,

February 26,

Sloop Erie.

Victor M. Randolph,

June 11, "

Schooner Hornet.

John Rudd,

November 30, "

Franklin 74,

William Roane,

" "

On furlough.

Herman Rutgers.

" "

Washington 74.

William W. Rittenhouse,

" "

Franklin 74.

Edward C. Rutledge,

" "

Washington 74.

John Recd, Jun.

" "

Frigate Congress.

Isaac H. Rand,

January 25, 1815,

On furlough.

Thomas M. Randolph,

May 30, 1816,

Independence 74.

Pierre C. Rion,

" "

Ketch Surprise.

Peter B. Randolph,

January 1, 1817,

On furlough.

John G. Rodgers,

" 1818,

Not on duty.

John M. Rinker,

" "

Ditto.

Richard Stewart,

January 15, 1809,

Schooner Asp.

John L. Saunders,

November 15, "

Sloop Ontario.

Charles Smith,

December 17, 1810,

On furlough.

Augustus Swartwout,

January 1, 1819,

Corvette John Adams.

William Steele,

" "

On furlough.

Lewis E. Simonds,

" "

Frigate Congress.

Horace B. Sawyer,

" "

Independence 74.

Cornelius K. Stribling,

June 18, "

Frigate Constellation.

Joshua R. Sands,

" "

Washington 74.

Otho Stallings,

" "

Frigate Constellation.

Hugh C. Sweeny,

" "

Boston, not on duty.

John M. Sullivan,

March 1, 1813,

Sloop Ontario.

John B. Shute,

April 10, "

Corvette John Adams.

William Skiddy,

May 9, "

On furlough.

John Swartwout,

November 9. "

Ditto.

Archibald M. Stewart,

" "

Ditto.

Matthew W. Stout,

November 12, "

Sloop Erie.

John Stevenson,

February 1, 1814,

Lake Erie.

David R. Stewart,

" "

Sloop Erie.

Robert M. Summers,

" "

Brig Enterprise.

William F. Shields,

February 2, "

Frigate United States.

Irvine Shubrick,

May 12, "

Sloop Erie.

Egbert Shaler,

November 30, "

Baltimore.

Jonathan W. Sherburne,

" "

Schooner Asp.

Roger C. Shaw,

" "

On furlough.

Merrit S. Scott,

" "

Franklin 74.

George W. Somerville,

" "

Brig Boxer.

John H. Smith,

January 1, 1815,

Corvette John Adams.

Francis Sanderson,

February 3, "

Washington 74.

Jesse Smith,

March 11, "

Sloop Ontario.

Henry D. Scott,

May 30, 1810,

Frigate Constellation.

William D. Shailer,

" "

On furlough.

Alexander Slidell,

January 1, 1817.

New York.

George S. Smith,

" "

Not on duty.

George Shute,

" "

Franklin 74.

Joseph G. Smith,

" "

Not on duty.

William Seton,

" 1818,

Ditto.

Thomas O. Selfridge,

" "

Ditto.

George W. Sims,

" "

Ditto.

William Temple,

September 1, 1811,

Schooner Despatch.

Josiah Tatnall,

" "

On furlough.

Nehemiah Tilton,

November 9, 1813,

Schooner Asp.

Messidor Toscan,

September 1, "

Frigate Congress.

Joseph S. Townsend,

November 18, "

Sloop Peacock.

John P. Tuttle,

November 30, "

Frigate United States.

Henry E. Turner,

" "

Independence 74.

John Tompkins,

" "

Franklin 74.

William F. Thornily,

" "

Corvette John Adams.

Benjamin Tallmadge, Jun.

January 24, 1815,

Washington 74.

William G. B. Taylor,

February 13, "

Brig Enterprise.

Alexander Thompson,

January 1, 1817,

Frigate Constellation.

Richard Taylor,

" 1818,

Not on duty.

Frederick Varnum,

June 18, 1812,

Frigate United States.

James K. Vallette,

June 1, 1815,

Washington 74.

Gashon J. Van Brunt,

January 1, 1818,

Not on duty.

Daniel R. Walker,

June 9, 1811,

On furlough.

James Williams,

September 1, "

Franklin 74.

Albert G. Wall,

January 1, 1812,

Ditto.

--466 --

MIDSHIPMEN.

Names.

Dates of warrants.

Where stationed.

Ephraim D. Whitlock,

January 1, 1812,

Philadelphia, recruiting.

Stephen B. Wilson,

" "

Independence 74.

William S. J. Washington,

February 5, "

Lake Erie.

William C. Whetmore,

June 18, "

Sloop Erie.

Clement S. Whittington,

" 18, "

Brig Boxer.

Frederick Wolbert,

" 18, "

Frigate Constellation.

Pardon M. Whipple,

" 18, "

Washington 74.

William S. Walker,

November 30, 1814,

Independence 74.

Oliver W. Wood,

" 30, "

Do.

Erasmus Watkins,

June 6, 1815,

On furlough.

Thomas V. Wilson,

January 22, 1816,

Independence 74.

George F. Weaver,

" 1, 1817,

Brig Spark.

James P. Wilson,

" 1 "

Corvette John Adams.

Thomas B. Worthington,

" 1 "

Not on duty.

William G. Woolsey,

" 1 1818,

Franklin 74.

Charles F. Winn,

" 1 "

Do.

Rolla Weems,

" 1 "

Do.

Mason Wilson,

" 1 "

Do.

Oliver S. Wolcott,

" 1 "

Do.

Charles Wilkes, Jr.

" 1 "

Do.

John Jay Young,

" 1, 1812,

Sloop Hornet.

Henry D. Zantzinger,

" 1, 18I7,

Frigate Congress.

 

SAILINGMASTERS.

Edward Barry,

February 28, 1809,

Navy yard, Washington.

Abraham B. Bloodgood,

June 25, 1812,

Gunboat No. 8.

Salvadore Catalano,

August 9 1809,

Navy yard, Washington.

James B. Cooper, A. L.

July 9, 1812,

Do. Philadelphia.

John Clough.

" 3, 1813,

Receiving vessel, New York.

Alexander Cunningham,

May 5, 1814,

Schooner Despatch.

Samuel P. Chamberlain,

January 8, "

Navy yard, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

John Carlton,

July 4, 1815,

Sloop Ontario.

Peter Carson,

November 1, 1816,

New Orleans.

Biscoe S. Doxey,

June 24, 1812,

Schooner Asp.

Marmaduke Dove,

August 29, "

Navy yard, Washington.

Daniel Dobbins,

September 16, "

Erie, Pennsylvania.

Joseph H. Dill,

April 10, 1813,

On furlough.

George F. De La Roche,

August 3, "

Do.

Shubael Downes,

September 12, "

Navy yard. Charlestown, Massachusetts.

John Drew,

December 6, 1814,

On furlough.

Richard Dealy,

 

New Orleans.

Andrew Dorgan,

 

Do.

Francis H. Ellison,

July 3, 1813,

Navy yard, New York.

Augustus Ford,

March 28, 1810,

Brig Jones.

Jonathan D. Ferris,

 

New Orleans.

James H. Ferguson,

May 27, 1814,

Navy yard, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Samuel R. Gerry,

January 17, 1809,

On furlough.

Thomas Godfrey,

April 18, 1815,

Sloop Erie.

George A. Hallowell,

December 5, 1812,

On furlough.

Samuel C. Hixon,

April 30, 1814,

Brig Prometheus.

Henry D. Hill,

June 16, "

On furlough.

William L. Hudson,

 

New York.

James Henry

 

Not on duty.

Daniel Jones,

May 8, 1812,

Steam frigate Fulton.

William Knight,

October 2, 1799,

Frigate Constellation.

Simon Kingston,

June 29, 1812,

Philadelphia.

Robert Knox,

July 20, "

Navy yard, Charlestown, Massachusetts.

Sylvester Kemper,

October 30, "

Brig Spark.

John Kitts,

May 15, 1813,

On furlough.

John Kidd,

 

Schooner Nonesuch.

Jairus Loomis,

November 11, 1812,

New Orleans.

Alexis Luckett,

December 15, "

Brig Enterprise.

Joseph Lindsay,

March 17, 1814,

White Hall, New York.

William Lee,

April 30, 1815,

On furlough.

William Landen,

December 4, "

Do.

Jacob Mull,

February 13, 1809,

Navy yard, Charlestown, Massachusetts.

Henry Moliere, Jr.

August 1, 1812,

Franklin 74.

Francis Mallaby,

July 3, 1813,

On furlough.

William T. Malbone,

April 4, 1814,

Independence 74.

Philip M'Lachlin,

July 28, "

On furlough.

Philip S. Meyer,

November 18, "

Frigate Congress.

William Miller,

January 28, 1816,

Philadelphia.

Edwards Mount,

 

Lake Erie.

John Nantz,

July 7, 1812,

On furlough.

Thomas Nichols,

 

Washington 74.

David Phipps,

January 1, 1805,

New York,

Lewis B. Page,

March 9, 1809,

Schooner Nonesuch.

James B. Potts,

July 26, 1819,

Navy yard, Gosport, Virginia.

William W. Polk,

" 18, 1814,

New York.

Thomas Pollock,

 

New Orleans.

John Quinn,

 

Ketch Surprise.

James Rogers,

April 6, 1810,

On furlough.

--467--

SAILINGMASTERS.

Names.

Dates of warrants.

Where stationed.

Edward Rumney,

November 18, 1812,

On furlough.

Samuel Rinker,

September 3, 1813,

Franklin 74.

Thomas Rutter,

November 9, "

On furlough.

John Robinson,

 

Schooner Lady of the Lake.

Joseph Stevens,

May 3, 1819,

On furlough.

Thomas W, Story,

April 27, 1813,

Do.

William W. Sheed,

May 5, "

Do.

Nathaniel Stoodley,

August 14, "

Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Daniel S. Stellwagen,

May 14, 1814,

Boston.

David Shoemaker, Jr.

October 19, "

On furlough.

James Spilman,

February 3, 1815,

Do.

Joseph Taylor,

July 14, 1812,

Charleston, South Carolina.

Robert S. Tatem,

" 21, 1814,

On furlough.

Henry Tew,

March 28, "

Newport, Rhode Island.

James Terry,

April 20, 1815,

Brig Spark.

James Tewksbury,

December 14, 1815,

Lake Erie.

George Ulrick,

 

New Orleans.

William Vaughan,

August 92, 1812,

Sackett's Harbor.

George M. Wilson,

July 24, "

New York.

Charles F. Waldo,

March 10, 1813,

Navy yard, Charlestown, Massachusetts.

Joseph Williston,

November 26, 1814,

Sloop Peacock.

Nahum Warren,

February 6, 1815,

Gunboat No. 67.

Henry Worthington,

May 2,

On furlough.

Caesar R. Wilson,

January 1, 1817,

Navy yard, Philadelphia.

James Wright,

 

Brig Prometheus.

BOATSWAINS.

William Berry,

 

Navy yard, New York.

James Banks,

 

Franklin 74.

Stephen G. Clark,

January 1, 1817,

Navy yard, Charlestown, Massachusetts.

James Culbertson,

 

Brig Boxer.

Benjamin Evans,

 

Sloop Erie.

David Eaton,

 

Corvette John Adams.

George Hodge,

 

Navy yard, Washington.

Samuel Knapp,

 

Brig Jones.

Edward Linscot,

March 29, 1809,

Navy yard, Gosport, Virginia.

John McCloud,

 

Independence 74.

John McFate,

July 15, 1813,

Brig Saranac.

Watson Morris,

 

Ketch Surprise.

Thomas Penny,

 

Sloop Peacock.

Samuel F. Parker,

 

Brig Enterprise.

John Robeson,

January 1, 1817,

Navy yard, New York.

Michael M. Roberts,

 

Do. Charlestown, Massachusetts.

Thomas R. Smith,

 

Washington 74.

John Smith,

 

New Orleans.

John Simmes.

 

Frigate United States.

Abraham Walton,

September 17, 1815,

Navy yard, Charlestown, Massachusetts.

James Wolf,

 

Frigate Constellation.

James Watson,

 

Schooner Lady of the Lake.

John Woods,

 

Philadelphia.

GUNNERS.

Thomas Barry,

July 2, 1814,

Philadelphia.

James Bogman,

December 14, 1815,

Navy yard, Charlestown, Massachusetts.

John Blight,

 

Sloop Ontario.

John Baker,

 

Lake Champlain.

Antonio Correia,

June 28, 1809,

Navy yard, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

James Cosgrove,

" 30, 1813,

Do. New York.

Edward Cole,

 

Brig Jones.

George Davis,

 

Ketch Surprise.

William Devers,

 

Washington 74.

John Fair,

 

Navy yard, Charlestown, Massachusetts.

James Foster,

 

Frigate United States.

Henry Hunt,

 

Frigate Constellation.

John Johnson,

May 6, 1813,

Lake Erie.

George Jackson,

 

New Orleans.

Stephen Jones,

 

Brig Spark.

William Johnson,

 

Frigate Congress.

Joseph Lum,

 

Navy yard, Gosport, Virginia.

John Lord,

 

Franklin 74.

George Marshall,

 

Sloop Erie.

Thomas Marshall,

 

Brig Enterprise.

Elijah Marchant,

 

Schooner Nonesuch.

Matthew Rogers,

August 17, 1819,

Sackett's Harbor.

John S. Wilson,

 

Sloop Peacock.

--468--

CARPENTERS.

Names.

Dates of warrants.

Where stationed.

Samuel Brown,

December 18, 1816,

Franklin 74.

Breasted Barnes,

 

Washington 74.

Peter Demeritt,

December 14, 1815,

Frigate Congress.

Abraham Demott,

 

Sackett's Harbor.

John Deacon,

 

Brig Enterprise.

Baruch M. Evans,

 

Corvette John Adams.

John Floyd,

 

Navy yard, New York.

Zaccheus R. Fuller,

 

Frigate United States.

Robert Fell,

 

New Orleans.

Richard Lowell,

 

Brig Saranac.

William Pook,

 

Sackett's Harbor.

Samuel Phillips,

 

Sloop Ontario.

Nehemiah Parker,

 

Independence 74.

James Stephens,

 

Sloop Peacock.

John Stewart,

 

Brig Spark.

Richard Thomas,

 

Sloop Erie.

 

SAILMAKERS.

John L. Brown,

September 28, 1816,

Frigate Congress.

William H. Baldwin,

 

Sloop Ontario.

Samuel B. Banister,

 

Franklin 74.

Amos Cutter,

 

Washington 74.

Charles Cassell,

 

Brig Spark.

Edward Cobb,

 

Brig Jones.

William Edwards,

 

Brig Boxer.

John J. Fleming,

 

Sloop Peacock.

William Fleming,

 

Brig Saranac.

John Speir,

 

Franklin 74.

Samuel Trebby,

 

Frigate United States.

John Trimble,

 

Corvette John Adams.

 

MASTERS' MATES.

Lewis Coradi,

 

Washington 74.

Thomas King,

 

Independence 74.

Robert Long,

November 16, 1816,

Franklin 74.

Richard Mulford,

 

Washington 74.

Andrew Pouguet,

 

Do.

Jacob D. Stout,

 

Franklin 74.

Elias Taylor,

November 16, 1816,

Do.

 

***

COMMISSION OFFICERS OF THE MARINE CORPS.

LIEUTENANT COLONEL COMMANDANT.

Names.

Dates of commissions.

Where stationed.

Franklin Wharton,

March 7, 1804,

Head-quarters.

 

CAPTAINS.

Anthony Gale, brevet major,

April 24, 1804,

New Orleans.

Arch. Henderson, do.

April 1, 1811,

Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Richard Smith. do.

March 13, 1812,

New York.

Robert D. Wainwright,

September 29, "

Boston.

William Anderson,

June 18, 1814,

Norfolk, Virginia.

S. Miller, brevet major, adj. and insp.

" "

Head-quarters.

John M. Gamble, brevet major,

" "

Philadelphia,

Alfred Grayson,

" "

Head-quarters.

William Strong,

" "

Sackett's Harbor.

 

FIRST LIEUTENANTS.

F. B. De Bellevue,

June 18, 1814,

New Orleans.

Lyman Kellogg,

" "

Head-quarters.

Samuel E. Watson,

" "

Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

William L. Brownlow,

" "

New York.

William H. Freeman,

" "

Boston.

Joseph L. Kuhn,

" "

Mediterranean.

--469--

FIRST LIEUTENANTS.

Names.

Dates of commissions.

Where stationed.

Henry Olcott,

June 18, 1814,

Mediterranean.

Charles R. Broom,

" "

Norfolk, Virginia.

Benjamin Richardson,

" "

Franklin 74.

Francis B. White,

" "

Mediterranean.

William Nicoll,

" "

Frigate Congress.

Charles Lord,

" "

Mediterranean.

Levi Twiggs,

" "

New York.

John Harris,

" "

Philadelphia.

Samuel B. Johnson,

April 18, 1817,

Lake Erie.

Thomas A. Linton,

" "

Head-quarters.

Richard Auchmuty,

" "

Washington 74.

James Edelin,

" "

Head-quarters.

Christopher Ford,

" "

Washington 74,

Park G. Howle,

" "

Norfolk, Virginia.

George B. English,

" "

Sloop Peacock.

Richard D. Green,

" "

Norfolk, Virginia.

Robert M. Desha,

" "

Head-quarters.

 

SECOND LIEUTENANTS.

Herny E. Dix,

March 13, 1816,

Boston.

Edwin B. Newton,

 

Head quarters.

William Brown,

 

New Orleans.

Elijah J. Weed,

 

Corvette John Adams.

Augustus L. Rumfort,

 

Philadelphia.

Charles K. Porter,

 

On furlough.

Joseph C. Hall,

 

Head-quarters.

William Dulany,

 

Do.

Thomas S. English,

 

Do.

Henry W. Gardner,

 

Do.

Ambrose Madison,

 

Not reported at head-quarters.

William Wright,

 

Head-quarters.

James M. Clements,

 

Franklin 74.

Thomas B. Barton,

 

Not reported at head-quarters.

Richard W. Ashton,

 

Furlough for equipment.

George W. Walker,

 

Do.

 

Names and force of the ships and vessels of the United States' navy.

Names.

Guns.

Names.

Guns.

Names.

Guns.

Alert,

None.

General Pike,

24

Oneida,

14

Asp,

"

Ghent,

1

Peacock,

18

Block ship,

"

Hornet,

18

Prometheus,

12

Boxer,

16

Hornet,

5

Porcupine,

1

Constitution,

44

Independence,

74

Queen Charlotte,

14

Constellation,

36

Java,

44

Ranger,

14

Congress,

36

John Adams,

24

Raven,

14

Chippewa,

74

Jefferson,

18

Superior,

44

Corporation,

None,

Jones,

18

Saratoga,

22

Confiance,

32

Louisiana,

18

Sylph,

16

Cyane,

24

Lawrence,

20

Saranac,

16

Detroit,

18

Linnet,

16

Spark,

12

Despatch,

2

Lynx,

5

Spitfire,

Bomb.

Erie,

18

Lady of the Lake,

1

Surprise,

6

Enterprise,

12

Macedonian,

36

Ticonderoga,

14

Etna,

None.

Mohawk,

32

Tickler,

s. arms.

Eagle,

12

Madison,

18

Torpedo,

 

Franklin,

74

New Orleans,

74

United States,

44

Fulton, steam frigate,

 

Niagara,

18

Vesuvius,

Bomb.

Firebrand,

6

Nonesuch,

6

Vengeance,

"

Fox,

4

Ontario,

18

Washington,

74

Guerriere,

44

 

 

 

 

 

Barges, galleys, gunboats, &c.

At Sackett's Harbor,

15 Barges, no armament.

Whitehall,

6 Galleys, 2 guns each.

Boston,

1 Anchor hoy.

Newport,

Gunboat No. 95.

New York,

Gunboat No. 8.

Baltimore,

14 Barges.

Norfolk,

Gunboats Nos. 72 and 76.

Charleston, South Carolina,

Gunboats Nos. 9, 10, 158, and 168,

New Orleans,

Gunboats Nos. 149, 154, and 155.

Ditto,

Bulldog, (felucca,) 2 guns.

Ditto,

2 Barges and 2 launches.

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Published: Thu Sep 17 11:29:10 EDT 2015