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Register of the Navy for the Year 1822

--746--

17th Congress.]

No. 203.

      [1st Session.

NAVAL REGISTER FOR THE YEAR 1822.

COMMUNICATED TO THE SENATE, JANUARY 7, 1822.

Navy Department, January 5, 1822.

Sir:

I have the honor to transmit to you, for the use of the members of the Senate, fifty copies of the Naval Register for the year 1822, prepared in obedience to a resolution of the Senate, passed on the 13th day of December, 1815,

I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant,

SMITH THOMPSON.

The Hon. the President of the Senate.

REGISTER OF THE NAVY OF THE UNITED STATES FOR 1822.

CAPTAINS

Names.

Date of commission.

Where born.

Where stationed.

John Rodgers,

March 5, 1789,

Maryland,

President Navy Board.

James Barron,

May 22, "

Virginia,

Norfolk, Virginia.

William Bainbridge,

May 20, 1800,

N. Jersey,

Navy yard, Philadelphia.

Thomas Tingey,

November 23, 1804,

England,

Navy yard, Washington.

Charles Stewart,

April 22, 1806,

Penn.

Franklin 74.

Isaac Hull,

April 23, "

Conn.

Navy yard, Charlestown.

Isaac Chauncey,

April 24, "

Conn.

Navy Commissioner.

John Shaw,

August 27, 1807,

Ireland,

Independence 74.

John H. Dent,

December 29, 1812,

Maryland,

Not on duty.

David Porter,

July 2,"

Mass.

Navy Commissioner.

John Cassin,

July 3, "

Penn.

Charleston, South Carolina.

Samuel Evans,

July 4, "

N. Jersey,

Navy yard, Brooklyn, New York.

Jacob Jones,

March 3, 1813,

Delaware,

Frigate Constitution.

Charles Morris,

March 5, "

Conn.

Navy yard, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Arthur Sinclair,

July 24, "

Virginia,

Norfolk, Virginia, commanding.

Thomas McDonough,

September 11, 1814,

Delaware,

Ohio 74, New York.

Lewis Warrington,

November 22, "

Virginia,

Navy yard, Gosport, Virginia.

Joseph Bainbridge,

November 23, "

N. Jersey,

Fulton Steam frigate.

William M. Crane,

November 24, "

N. Jersey,

Frigate United States.

James T. Leonard,

February 4, 1815,

New York,

White Hall, Lake Champlain.

James Biddle,

February 28, "

Penn.

Philadelphia.

Charles G. Ridgely,

February 28 "

Maryland,

Frigate Constellation.

Robert Trail Spence,

February 28, "

New Hamp.

Baltimore, commanding.

Daniel T. Patterson,

February 28, "

New York,

New Orleans, commanding.

Samuel Angus,

April 27, 1816,

Penn.

Rendezvous, New York.

Melancthon T. Woolsey,

April 27, "

New York.

Sackett's Harbor, commanding.

John O. Creighton,

April 27, "

W. Indies,

Newport, Rhode Island, commanding.

Edward Trenchard,

March 5, 1817,

N. Jersey,

Corvette Cyane.

John Downes,

March 5, "

Mass.

Frigate Macedonian.

John D. Henley,

March 5, "

Virginia,

Frigate Congress.

Jesse D. Elliot,

March 27, 1818,

Maryland,

Surveying southern coast.

--747--

MASTERS COMMANDANTS.

Names.

Date of commission.

Where born.

Where stationed.

Robert Henley,

August 12, 1814,

Virginia,

Ship Hornet.

Stephen Cassin,

September 11, "

Penn.

Navy yard, Washington.

James Renshaw,

December 10, "

Penn.

Rendezvous, Boston.

David Deacon,

December 10, "

N. Jersey,

Erie, Pennsylvania.

Lewis Alexis,

December 10, "

France,

On furlough.

Sidney Smith,

February 28, 1815,

New York,

White Hall, Lake Champlain.

Thomas Brown,

March 1, "

Delaware,

Ship Peacock.

Samuel Woodhouse,

April 27, 1816,

Penn.

On furlough.

Charles C. B. Thompson,

" "

Virginia,

Philadelphia.

Alexander S. Wadsworth,

" "

Maine,

Corvette John Adams.

George W. Rodgers,

" "

Maryland,

Navy yard, New York.

George C. Read,

" "

Ireland,

New York.

Henry E. Ballard,

" "

Maryland,

Baltimore.

William Carter,

" "

N. Carolina,

Norfolk, Virginia.

Joseph J. Nicholson,

March 5, 1817,

Maryland,

Philadelphia.

Wolcott Chauncey,

" "

Conn.

Ship Ontario.

John H. Elton,

" "

N. Jersey,

Brig Spark.

Edmund P. Kennedy,

" "

Maryland,

Rendezvous, Baltimore.

Alexander J. Dallas,

" "

Penn.

Rendezvous, Philadelphia.

John B. Nicholson,

" "

Virginia,

Washington 74.

Beekman V. Hoffman,

" "

New York,

New York.

Jesse Wilkinson,

April 18, 1818,

Virginia,

Rendezvous, Norfolk.

George Budd,

March 28, 1820,

Maryland,

Baltimore.

Thomas Ap. Catesby Jones,

" "

Virginia.

Navy yard, Washington.

Joseph S. McPherson,

" "

Penn.

Washington, District of Columbia.

John Porter,

" "

Maryland,

Navy yard, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

William Bolton Finch,

" "

S. Carolina,

Navy yard, Washington.

William B. Shubrick,

" "

S. Carolina,

Navy yard, Charlestown.

Benjamin W. Booth,

" "

Virginia,

Frigate Constitution.

Alexander Claxton,

" "

Penn.

Baltimore.

Charles W. Morgan,

April 15, "

Virginia,

North Carolina 74.

 

LIEUTENANTS.

George Merrill,

April 30, 1808,

Mass.

New Orleans.

Francis J. Mitchell,

February 18, 1809,

Virginia,

Not on duty.

Raymond H. Perry,

March 5, 1813,

R. Island,

Newport, Rhode Island.

Lawrence Kearney,

March 6, "

N. Jersey,

Brig Enterprise.

William H. Watson,

March 7, "

Virginia,

Norfolk, Virginia.

Foxhall A. Parker,

March 9, "

Virginia,

Frigate Constitution.

Edward R. McCall,

March 11, "

S. Carolina,

Philadelphia.

Daniel Turner,

March 11, "

R. Island,

Schooner Nonesuch.

William H. Allen,

March 24, "

New, York,

Frigate Congress.

David Conner,

" "

Penn.

Schooner Dolphin.

John Gallagher,

" "

Maryland,

Baltimore.

Thomas Holdup Stevens,

" "

S. Carolina,

New York.

Henry S. Newcomb,

" "

N. Hamp.

Newport, Rhode Island.

James P. Oellers,

" "

Penn.

Navy yard, Philadelphia.

William M. Hunter,

" "

Penn.

Franklin 74.

John D. Sloat,

" "

New York,

Franklin 74.

William H. Cocke,

" "

Virginia,

Ship Alert, Norfolk.

Matthew C. Perry,

" "

R. Island,

Schooner Shark.

Charles W. Skinner,

" "

Maine,

Navy yard, Gosport, Virginia.

Joseph Wragg,

" "

S. Carolina,

Charleston, South Carolina.

Samuel W. Adams,

" "

N. Hamp.

Sackett's Harbor.

George Pearce,

" "

Virginia,

Corvette Cyane.

Frederick W. Smith,

" "

N. Jersey,

Baltimore.

Nathaniel D. Nicholson,

" "

Mass.

Independence 74.

Otho Norris,

" "

Maryland,

Baltimore.

John T. Newton,

" "

Virginia,

Navy yard, New York.

Samuel Henley,

" "

Virginia,

Frigate Guerriere.

Joseph Smith,

" "

Mass.

Navy yard, Charlestown.

Lawrence Rousseau,

" "

Louisiana,

New Orleans.

George W. Storer,

" "

Maine,

Frigate Constitution.

Joseph Cassin,

" "

Penn.

Corvette John Adams.

Robert M. Rose,

" "

Virginia,

Columbus 74.

Beverley Kennon,

" "

Virginia,

Frigate United States.

Edward R. Shubrick,

October 9, "

S. Carolina,

Charleston, South Carolina.

Charles A. Budd,

June 18, 1814,

Penn.

White Hall, Lake Champlain.

Francis H. Gregory,

June 28, "

Conn.

Schooner Grampus.

John M. Maury,

December 9, "

Virginia,

Frigate Macedonian.

Robert Spedden,

" "

Maryland,

New Orleans.

John H. Clack,

" "

Virginia,

Frigate Constellation.

Philip F. Vorhees,

" "

N. Jersey,

Washington 74.

Benjamin Cooper,

" "

N. Jersey,

Ship Erie.

William L. Gordon,

" "

Virginia,

Rendezvous, Boston.

Silas Duncan,

" "

N. Jersey,

New York.

James Ramage,

" "

Ireland,

Schooner Porpoise.

Dulany Forrest,

" "

Maryland,

Navy yard, Washington.

John Tayloe, Jun,

" "

Virginia,

Not on duty.

David Geissinger,

" "

Maryland,

Frigate Constitution.

Robert F. Stockton,

" "

N. Jersey,

Schooner Alligator.

--748--

LIEUTENANTS—Continued.

Names.

Date of commission.

Where born.

Where stationed.

Thomas S. Cunningham,

December 9, 1814,

England,

New Orleans.

Isaac McKeever,

" "

Penn.

Frigate Constitution.

John Paul Zantzinger,

" "

Penn.

Frigate United States.

Charles E. Crowley,

" "

S. Carolina,

Charleston, South Carolina.

Henry Gilliam,

" "

Georgia,

On furlough.

William D. Salter,

" "

New York,

Mediterranean.

Charles S. McCawley,

" "

Penn.

Frigate Constellation.

John H. Bell,

" "

N.Carolina,

New York.

Thomas M. Newell,

" "

Georgia,

On furlough.

Elie A. F. Vallette,

" "

N. Jersey,

Philadelphia.

William H. Spencer,

" "

New York,

Charleston, South Carolina.

Francis B. Gamble,

" "

N. Jersey,

Frigate United States.

William Laughton,

" "

Virginia,

Frigate Constellation.

Nelson Webster,

" "

New Hamp.

Independence 74.

Richard Dashiel,

" "

Maryland,

Corvette Cyane.

Thomas T. Webb,

" "

Virginia,

Navy yard, Gosport, Virginia.

John Percival,

" "

Mass,

Navy yard, Charlestown.

Charles T. Stallings,

" "

Maryland,

Baltimore.

John H. Aulick,

" "

Virginia,

Ship Ontario.

William V. Taylor,

" "

R. Island,

Newport, Rhode Island.

Mervine P. Mix,

" "

R. Island,

New York.

Bladen Dulany,

" "

Virginia,

Frigate Guerriere.

James McGowan,

" "

Virginia,

Erie, Pennsylvania.

Silas H. Stringham,

" "

N. York,

Ship Hornet.

Nathaniel L. Montgomery,

" "

N. Jersey,

Schooner Shark.

William A. C. Farragut,

" "

Louisiana,

New Orleans.

George B. McCulloh,

" "

Penn.

Rendezvous, Philadelphia.

Walter G. Anderson,

" "

Virginia,

Norfolk, Virginia.

Stephen Champlin,

" "

R. Island,

Newport, Rhode Island.

William Lowe,

" "

Mass.

On furlough,

Richard G. Edwards,

" "

N. Carolina,

Navy yard, Washington.

Isaac Mayo,

February 4, 1815,

Maryland,

Schooner Dolphin.

William K. Latimer,

" "

Maryland,

Baltimore.

William Mervine,

" "

Penn.

Corvette Cyane.

Thomas Crabb,

" "

Maryland,

Frigate Guerriere,

Edward B. Babbit,

May 1, "

Mass.

On furlough,

George W. Hammersley,

May 3, "

Maryland,

Schooner Revenge gunboat 158.

Thomas Paine, Jun.

December 1, "

R. Island,

Schooner Tartar gunboat 168.

James Armstrong,

April 27, 1816,

Kentucky,

Columbus 74.

Joseph Smoot,

" "

Maryland,

Frigate Macedonian.

Robert B. Randolph,

" "

Virginia,

Frigate Macedonian.

William Berry,

" "

Maryland,

Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Samuel L. Breeze,

" "

New York,

Frigate Constitution.

John Evans,

" "

N. Jersey,

New York.

Benjamin Page, Jun.

" "

England,

Philadelphia.

John T. Ritchie,

" "

Maryland,

Not on duty.

John A. Wish,

" "

S. Carolina,

Ship Peacock.

J6hn Gwinn,

" "

Maryland,

Columbus 74.

William A. Weaver,

" "

Virginia,

Franklin 74.

Thomas W. Wyman,

" "

Mass.

Portsmouth, New Hampshire,

James L, Morris,

" "

New York,

New York.

John A. Belsches,

" "

Virginia,

Norfolk, Virginia.

Andrew Fitzhugh,

" "

Virginia,

Frigate Congress.

William M. Caldwell,

" "

Mass.

Navy yard, Charlestown.

John K. Carter,

" "

New York,

New York, recruiting.

Joseph Cross,

" "

Maryland,

Navy yard, Washington.

Abraham S. Ten Eick,

" "

New York,

Ship Ontario.

Thomas S. Hammersley,

" "

Maryland,

Franklin 74.

John White,

" "

Mass..

Boston.

William M. Robins,

" "

Maryland,

Sackett's Harbor.

Robert Field,

" "

N. Jersey,

On furlough.

Hiram Paulding,

" "

New York,

Frigate Macedonian.

Jonathan D. Williamson,

" "

N. Jersey,

Schooner Alligator.

Uriah P. Levy,

March 5, 1817,

Penn.

Brig Spark.

Enoch H. Johns,

" "

Maryland,

Baltimore.

Charles Lacy,

" "

N. Jersey,

Philadelphia.

Clement W. Stevens,

" "

Maryland,

Washington 74.

Charles Boarman,

" "

Maryland,

Navy yard, Washington.

French Forrest,

" "

Maryland,

Navy yard. Washington.

Edgar Freeman,

" "

N. Jersey,

Corvette Cyane.

Thomas A. Tippett,

" "

Maryland,

Frigate Constellation.

William E. McKenney,

" "

New York,

Brig Enterprise.

William J. Belt,

" "

Maryland,

Columbus 74.

Charles H. Caldwell,

" "

Mass,

Brig Spark.

William Jameson,

" "

Virginia,

Norfolk, Virginia.

James W. H. Ray,

" "

Maryland,

Frigate Guerriere.

William Boerum,

" "

New York,

Frigate Constitution.

Charles L. Williamson,

" "

N. Jersey,

Ship Ontario.

Charles Gauntt,

" "

N. Jersey,

Philadelphia.

William W. Ramsay,

" "

Virginia,

Franklin 74.

Ralph Vorhees,

" "

N. Jersey,

Schooner Grampus.

James Nicholson,

" "

Mass.

Brig Spark.

Robert E. Searcey,

" "

Tennessee,

Navy yard, Washington.

Thomas H. Bowyer,

" "

Virginia,

Columbus 74.

Alexander Eskridge,

" "

Virginia,

Ship Hornet.

--749--

LIEUTENANTS—Continued.

Names.

Date of commission.

Where born.

Where stationed.

Ebenezer Ridgeway,

March 5, 1817,

Mass.

Franklin 74.

Thomas A. Conover,

" "

N. Jersey,

Ship Erie.

Archibald S. Campbell,

" "

Virginia,

Navy yard, Gosport, Virginia.

William Taylor,

" "

Virginia,

Columbus 74.

George W. Isaacs,

" "

Conn.

New York.

John C. Long,

" "

N. Hamp.

On furlough.

Henry R. Warner,

" "

N. Hamp.

Corvette Cyane.

John H. Graham,

" "

Vermont,

New York.

Nathaniel Carter, Jun.

" "

Mass.

Boston station.

Henry Ward,

" "

Mass.

Columbus 74.

Henry Henry,

" "

Maryland,

Franklin 74.

Samuel W. Downing,

" "

N. Jersey,

Philadelphia.

Richard S. Hunter,

" "

N. Jersey,

Ship Hornet.

William Pottenger,

" "

Maryland,

Steam frigate Fulton.

Henry W. Ogden,

" "

N. Jersey,

Franklin 74.

John H. Lee,

" "

Virginia,

Rendezvous, Norfolk.

Walter Abbot,

" "

Mass.

New York.

James M. Mcintosh,

April 1, 1818,

Georgia,

Brig Enterprise.

Josiah Tatnall,

" "

Georgia,

New York.

William Temple,

" "

Virginia,

Baltimore.

George McCawley,

" "

Penn.

Navy yard, Philadelphia.

Hugh N. Page,

" "

Virginia,

Corvette John Adams.

James A. Perry,

" "

R. Island,

Franklin 74.

John A. Cook,

" "

Dist. Col.

Navy yard, Washington,

William Inman,

" "

New York,

Schooner Alligator.

Joel Abbot,

" "

Mass.

Schooner Alligator.

Lewis E. Simonds,

" "

Mass.

Independence 74.

John M. Dale.

" "

Penn.

Philadelphia.

Peleg K. Dunham,

" "

R. Island,

Newport, Rhode Island.

Harrison H. Cocke,

" "

Virginia,

Schooner Nonesuch

William H. Mott,

" "

Penn.

New York.

William J. McCluney,

" "

Penn.

Schooner Dolphin.

Albert G. Wall,

" "

Virginia,

Frigate United States.

Ephraim D. Whitlock,

" "

N. Jersey,

Norfolk.

James P. Curtis,

" "

Mass.

Schooner Porpoise.

James Goodrum,

" "

Virginia,

Not on duty.

John B. Montgomery,

" "

N. Jersey,

Ship Erie.

Horace B. Sawyer,

" "

Vermont,

Schooner Dolphin.

Cornelius K. Stribling,

" "

S. Carolina,

Frigate United States.

James E. Legare,

" "

S. Carolina

Norfolk.

Joshua R. Sands,

" "

New York,

Franklin 74.

Allen Griffin,

" "

Maryland,

New York.

Richard M. Potter,

" "

Penn.

Ship Peacock.

John L. Cummings,

" "

N. Jersey,

Corvette John Adams.

Samuel A. Eakin,

" "

France,

Frigate Guerriere.

Frederick S. Gibbon,

" "

Virginia,

Not on duty.

John J. Young,

March 28, 1820,

New York,

Schooner Shark.

Charles H. Bell,

" "

New York,

Ship Ontario.

Abraham Bigelow,

" "

Mass.

Ship Ontario.

Otho Stallings,

" "

Maryland,

Schooner, Grampus.

Zachariah W. Nixon,

" "

Mass.

On furlough.

Henry C. Newton,

" "

Virginia,

Ship Ontario.

Frank Ellery,

" "

R. Island,

Schooner Nonesuch.

Frederick Varnum,

" "

Mass.

Schooner Shark.

Frederick G. Wolbert,

" "

Penn.

Schooner Porpoise.

Walter Newcomb,

" "

N. Hamp.

Frigate United States.

Joseph R. Jarvis,

" "

Mass.

Frigate Constitution.

Thomas W. Freelon,

" "

New York,

Washington 74.

Pardon M. Whipple,

" "

New York,

Mediterranean.

James Williams,

" "

Maryland,

Corvette John Adams.

Samuel W. Lecompte,

" "

Maryland,

Ship Hornet.

Charles T. Platt,

" "

New York,

Frigate United States.

Wm. M. Armstrong, A. Lt.

March 3, 1821,

Kentucky,

Ship Hornet

 

SURGEONS.

Edward Cutbush,

June 24, 1799,

Penn.

Hospital, Washington.

Peter St. Medard,

July 14, ",

France,

Boston.

Samuel R. Marshall,

January 16, 1800,

Penn.

Hospital, New York.

Lewis Heerman,

November 27, 1804,

Germany,

New Orleans.

Joseph G. T. Hunt,

" "

New York,

Marine barracks, New York.

Jonathan Cowdry,

" "

Mass.

Rendezvous, Norfolk.

Samuel D. Heap,

" "

Penn.

Mediterranean.

Robert L. Thorn,

March 3, 1809,

New York,

Navy yard, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Samuel R. Trevett, Jun.

" "

Mass.

Boston.

William P. C. Barton,

April 28, ",

Penn.

Navy yard, Philadelphia.

George Logan,

April 14, 1810,

S. Carolina,

Charleston, South Carolina.

Amos A. Evans,

April 20, ",

Maryland,

On furlough.

Robert S. Kearney,

April 28, ",

Ireland,

Washington, District of Columbia.

James Page,

March 5, 1811,

Maryland,

Baltimore.

John D. McReynolds,

October 2, 1811,

N. Carolina,

Philadelphia.

Thomas Harris,

July 6, 1812,

Penn.

Marine hospital, Philadelphia.

--750--

SURGEONS—Continued.

Names.

Date of commission;

Where born.

Where stationed.

William Turk,

July 24, 1813,

New York,

White, Hall, Lake Champlain.

Hyde Ray,

" "

Maryland,

Not on duty.

Walter W. Buchanan,

" "

N. Jersey,

Sackett's Harbor.

Charles Cotton,

" "

Mass.

Newport, Rhode Island.

Gerard Dayers,

" "

Flanders,

Columbus 74.

Robert R. Barton,

" "

Virginia,

Not on duty.

Benjamin P. Kissam,

" "

New York,

Steam frigate Fulton.

John A. Kearney,

" "

Ireland,

Rendezvous, Baltimore.

Richard C. Edgar,

" "

Maryland,

Baltimore.

Baily Washington,

" "

Virginia,

Philadelphia.

George T. Kennon,

" "

Virginia,

Hospital, Gosport, Virginia.

Walter W. New,

October 6, "

Virginia,

On furlough.

Robert G. Randolph,

April 15, 1814,

Virginia,

Marine barracks, New Orleans.

Charles B. Hamilton,

" "

Virginia,

Marine barracks, head-quarters.

Usher Parsons,

" "

New Hamp.

Marine barracks, Charlestown.

William Swift,

" "

Mass.

Ship Ontario.

Richard K. Hoffman,

July 26, "

New York,

Washington 74.

Thomas B. Salter,

May 22 1815,

N. Jersey,

Franklin 74.

William. Barnwell, Jun.

April 27, 1816,

Ireland,

Philadelphia.

Peter Christie,

" "

N. Jersey,

Erie, Pennsylvania.

Charles M. Reese,

" "

S. Carolina,

Philadelphia.

Samuel Jackson,

March 27, 1818,

New York,

New York.

Andrew B. Cook,

" "

New York,

Ship Hornet.

John H. Gordon,

" "

Penn.

Philadelphia.

Leonard Osborne,

" "

Maryland,

Frigate Constellation.

Thomas Williamson,

" "

Maryland,

Corvette John Adams.

John Dix,

" "

Mass.

Corvette Cyane.

John Cadle,

" "

New York,

New York.

George S. Sproston,

" "

England,

Frigate Constitution.

Elnathan Judson,

" "

Mass.

 

 

SURGEONS' MATES.

John Harrison,

January 16, 1805,

Maryland,

Hospital, Washington.

Manuel Philips,

July 18, 1809,

Penn.

Rendezvous, Philadelphia.

William Belt,

September 23, 1811,

Maryland,

Rendezvous, Baltimore.

John D. Armstrong,

May 27, 1812,

Ireland,

Hospital, Philadelphia.

Samuel M. Kissam,

" "

N. Jersey,

Brig Spark.

Benjamin Austin,

" "

Mass.

Independence 74.

Leuco Mitchell,

" "

N. Carolina,

On furlough.

Wilmot F. Rodgers,

" "

Virginia,

Frigate Constitution.

John W. Peaco,

June 23, "

Maryland,

Schooner Alligator.

Alexander M, Montgomery,

July 16, "

N. Jersey,

Schooner Nonesuch.

Oliver Le Chevalier,

December 10, "

France,

Not on duty.

Benjamin A. Welles,

" "

Maryland,

Columbus 74.

Frederick P. Markham,

" "

Mass.

New York.

William D. Conway,

" "

Ireland,

Norfolk.

James Norris,

" "

New Hamp.

Washington 74.

Benajah Tickner,

" "

Vermont,

Frigate Macedonian.

Charles Chase,

" "

Mass.

Navy yard, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Thomas V. Wiesenthal,

" "

Maryland,

Baltimore.

William Birchmore,

January 10, 1815,

England,

Navy yard, Charlestown.

John S. Wiley,

December 20, 1815,

Maryland,

Schooner Shark.

James R. Boyce,

April 27, 1816,

Virginia,

Norfolk.

Richard Stevens,

December 28, 1818,

Mass.

Schooner Dolphin.

John Fitzhugh, Jun.

" "

Maryland,

Frigate Congress.

David S. Edwards,

" "

Conn.

Schooner Grampus.

Mordecai Morgan,

" "

Penn.

Philadelphia.

Francis S. Beattie,

March 28, 1820,

Penn.

Philadelphia.

Joseph Kenz,

" "

Louisiana,

Hospital, New Orleans.

James Cornick,

" "

Virginia,

Franklin 74.

Robert F. Dandridge,

" "

Virginia,

On furlough.

Charles R. Smith,

" "

Conn.

New York.

William Williamson,

" "

N. Jersey,

On furlough.

William D. Babbit,

" "

Mass.

Frigate Constellation.

Robert T. Falconer,

" "

N. Carolina,

Gunboats 158 and 168.

Samuel C. Smith,

" "

Kentucky,

New Orleans.

Joseph B. Stillman,

" "

New York,

Ship Ontario.

Thomas J. Boyd,

" "

Delaware,

Frigate Constitution.

Edward Tilly,

" "

Maryland,

Brig Enterprise.

George Terrill,

" "

Virginia,

Schooner Porpoise.

David N. Mahon,

" "

Penn.

Frigate Constellation.

George Balfour, acting,

 

Virginia,

Corvette John Adams.

Waters Smith, acting,

 

New York,

Ship Hornet.

--751--

PURSERS.

Names.

Date of commission.

Where born.

Where stationed.

Isaac Garretson,

April 25, 1812,

Maryland,

Not on duty.

Clement S. Hunt,

" "

Maryland,

Newport, Rhode Island.

Gwinn Harris,

" "

Maryland,

Not on duty.

John H. Carr,

" "

England,

Erie, Pennsylvania.

Nathaniel Lyde,

" "

Mass.

Navy yard, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Samuel Hambleton,

" "

Maryland,

Columbus 74.

Robert C. Ludlow,

" "

New York,

Navy yard, Charlestown.

John B. Timberlake,

" "

Virginia,

Schooner Shark.

Thomas I. Chew,

" "

Mass.

Washington 74.

Thomas Shields,

" "

Delaware,

Not on duty.

Richard C. Archer,

" "

Maryland,

Ship Alert.

Lewis Deblois,

" "

Mass.

On furlough.

George S. Wise,

" "

Virginia,

Navy yard, Brooklyn, New York.

Francis A. Thornton,

" "

Virginia,

Baltimore.

James M. Halsey,

" "

New York,

Not on duty.

Edward Fitzgerald,

" "

Penn.

Franklin 74.

Alexander P. Darrah,

" "

Delaware,

Frigate Congress.

Henry Denison,

" "

Conn.

Norfolk.

William S. Rogers,

February 26, 1813,

R. Island,

Independence 74.

Samuel P. Todd,

March 2, "

Penn.

Philadelphia.

George Beale, Jun.

July 24, "

Virginia,

Frigate United States.

James H. Clark,

" "

New York,

Frigate Guerriere.

Joseph Wilson, Jun.

" "

Mass.

Frigate Macedonian.

Joseph B. Wilkinson,

March 26, 1814,

Kentucky,

New Orleans.

Benjamin F. Bourne,

" "

R. Island,

Frigate Constellation.

William Sinclair,

" "

Mass.

Charleston, South Carolina.

Matthew C. Attwood,

" "

Maryland,

Corvette Cyane.

John N. Todd,

March 26, 1815,

Penn.

Ship Ontario.

Timothy Winn,

May 17, "

Mass.

Navy yard, Washington.

William M. Sands,

May 20, "

New York,

Sackett's Harbor.

Joseph H. Terry,

June 6, "

New York,

Ship Erie.

Thomas Breese,

July 6, "

R. Island,

Frigate Constitution.

Gardner Thomas,

July 22, "

Mass.

Ship Hornet.

Ashton Y. Humphreys,

July 22, "

Penn.

Schooner Alligator.

John Debree,

December 29, 1817,

N. Jersey,

Ship Peacock.

Charles O. Handy,

" "

R. Island,

Corvette John Adams.

John B. Fanning,

" "

Mass.

Brig Spark.

Silas Butler,

" "

New York,

Receiving ship, New York.

Edward N. Cox,

March 28, 1820,

New York,

Not on duty.

Nathaniel H. Perry,

March 28, 1820,

R. Island,

Brig Enterprise.

J. N. Hambleton, acting,

October 26, 1819,

Maryland,

Schooner Nonesuch.

Joseph Watson, acting,

September 11, 1821,

Mass.

Schooner Dolphin.

 

CHAPLAINS.

Andrew Hunter,

March 5, 1811,

Penn.

Navy yard, Washington.

David P. Adams,

May 10, "

N. Hamp.

Norfolk.

John Cooke,

May 9, 1812,

England,

Not on duty.

Cheever Felch,

May 12, "

Mass.

Navy yard, Charlestown.

Nathaniel Andrews,

August 16, 1816,

England,

Franklin 74.

John Ireland,

August 16, "

England,

New York.

James Brooks,

December 29, 1818,

Virginia,

Sackett's Harbor.

James Everett,

December 29, "

Mass.

Independence 74.

Addison Searle,

April 27, 1820,

N. Hamp.

Frigate Constitution.

Moses B. Chase, acting,

July 20, 1819,

Mass.

Not on duty.

 

MIDSHIPMEN.

Albert A. Alexander,

September 1, 1811,

D. Colum.

Charleston, South Carolina.

Henry A. Adams,

March 14, 1814,

Penn.

Franklin 74.

Francis Armstrong,

January 1, 1817,

Maryland,

On furlough.

George Adams,

January 1, 1818,

Maryland,

Baltimore.

Henry J. Auchmuty,

May 10, 1820,

R. Island,

Frigate Constitution.

Isaac H. Abbot,

May 10, "

Maine,

Schooner Porpoise.

Jacob S. Allison,

May 10, "

S. Carolina,

Not on duty.

Thomas S. Brown,

December 17, 1810,

Conn.

Independence 74.

Alexander J. Dallas Brown,

December 17, "

Conn.

Navy yard, Charlestown.

Samuel Barron,

January 1, 1812,

Virginia,

Norfolk, Virginia.

Horatio Beatty,

January 1, "

Maryland,

Not on duty.

Russell Baldwin,

May 17, 1813,

New York,

On furlough.

Henry Bruce,

November 9, "

Mass.

Boston.

John Bubier,

November 9, "

Mass.

Boston.

Edmund Byrne,

February 1, 1814,

Penn.

Philadelphia.

John D. Byrd,

April 16, "

Delaware,

Frigate Constitution.

Timothy G. Benham,

November 30, "

Conn.

Ship Ontario.

James G. Boughan,

January 11, 1815,

Maryland,

Baltimore,

Franklin Buchanan,

January 28, "

Penn.

On furlough.

Arthur Bainbridge,

February 22, "

New Jersey,

Navy yard, Charlestown.

Joseph Bowman,

July 8, "

Penn.

Independence 74.

--752--

MIDSHIPMEN—Continued.

Names.

Date of warrant.

Where born.

Where stationed.

Lyttleton M. Booth,

June 1, 1815,

Virginia,

Schooner Grampus.

Archibald R. Bogardus,

December 26, "

New York,

Frigate Constitution.

Benjamin E. Bache,

January 1, 1817,

Penn.

Receives no pay.

Oscar Bullus,

January 1, "

New York,

Columbus 74.

Abraham Bennett,

July 4,

Delaware,

Franklin 74.

Edward Barnwell,

July 4, "

New York,

New Orleans.

Robert S. Bullus,

January 1, 1818,

New York,

Receives no pay.

George S. Blake,

" "

Mass.

Brig Spark.

Joshua Barney,

" "

Maryland,

Ship Peacock.

Theodorus Baily, Jun.

" "

New York,

Franklin 74.

Joseph R. Blake,

" "

Virginia,

Columbus 74.

Thomas O. Bruff,

November 3, "

D. Colum.

Brig Spark.

T. McKean Buchanan,

November 3, "

Penn.

Brig Enterprise.

Edward Boutwell,

March 3, 1819,

Virginia,

Frigate Guerriere.

James Bradford,

March 4, "

Louisiana,

Frigate Constitution.

Joseph R. Brown,

July 10, "

Penn.

Ship Peacock.

John Q. Adams Boyd,

December 13, "

Indiana,

Franklin 74.

John E. Bispham,

December 13, "

New Jersey,

Brig Spark.

Samuel M. Breckenridge,

December 15, "

Kentucky,

Schooner Dolphin.

Edward O. Blanchard,

May 10, "

Mississippi,

Charleston, South Carolina.

G. Washington Bleecker,

May 10, "

New York,

Franklin 74.

Augustus Barnhouse,

May 10, "

Virginia,

Schooner Shark.

Robert Bell,

August 1, 1820,

New York,

Frigate Constellation.

Theodoric Bland, Jun.

July, 16, 1821,

Maryland,

Franklin 74.

John S. Chauncey,

January 1, 18i2,

New York,

Columbus 74.

Joseph S. Cornwell,

January 1, "

New York,

Not on duty.

Enos R. Childs,

June 18, "

Maryland,

Not on duty.

James Madison Cutts,

June 18, "

Mass.

Receives no pay.

Thomas B. Curtis,

September 28, "

Mass.

On furlough.

Edward W. Carpender,

July 10, 1813,

New York,

Ship Erie,

Augustus Cutts,

November 9, "

Maine,

Navy yard, Portsmouth, New Hampshire,

David Conyngham,

February 1, 1814,

Penn.

On furlough.

Joseph S. Cannon,

February 26, "

Delaware,

Not on duty.

Robert B. Cunningham,

November 30, "

Virginia,

Frigate Guerriere.

Joseph Cutts, Jun.

December 6, "

Maine,

Boston.

James S. Coxe,

January 10, 1815,

Penn.

Brig Enterprise.

Charles B. Childs,

January 28, "

New York,

Washington 74.

Richard Cochrane,

February 7, "

New York,

On furlough.

John Cremer,

March 1, "

Maryland,

Franklin 74.

Jacob Crowninshield,

March 11, "

Mass.

Navy yard, Charlestown.

James H. Clinton,

April 24, "

New York,

Frigate Constellation.

William Campbell,

May 30, 1816,

Maryland,

Frigate Constellation.

James E. Calhoun,

May 30, "

S. Carolina,

On furlough.

John Redman Coxe,

July 4, 1817,

Penn.

Franklin 74.

John Addison Carr,

July 4, "

Maryland,

Frigate Constellation.

Samuel B. Cocke,

January 1, 1818,

Virginia,

Ship Ontario.

Robert B. Coffin,

November 3, "

New York,

Franklin 74.

Charles Edward Cutts,

November 3, "

N. Hamp.

Columbus 74.

John Cassin,

May 10, 1820,

Virginia,

Corvette John Adams.

John Calhoun,

January 25, 1821,

Penn.

Receives no pay.

Oscar Davis,

January 1, 112,

Penn.

Ship Peacock.

Thomas O. Davis,

February 1, 1814,

N. Carolina,

Brig Spark.

Richard Dominick,

April 30, "

New York,

On furlough.

Thomas Dornin,

May 1, "

New York,

Ship Peacock.

George D. Dods,

November 30, "

R. Island,

Not on duty.

Hugh Dulany,

November 30, "

S. Carolina,

On furlough.

Henry Dyson,

January, 1, 1815,

Mass.

Ship Hornet.

Samuel F. Dupont,

December 19, "

New Jersey,

Frigate Constitution.

Albert E. Downes,

January 1, 1818,

Mass.

Frigate Macedonia.

Charles Ellery,

March 8, 1814,

R. Island,

Frigate Guerriere.

Chris T. Emmet,

October 1, "

Ireland,

On furlough.

Frederick Engle,

December 6, "

Penn.

Philadelphia.

Henry Etting,

January 1, 1818,

Maryland,

Philadelphia.

Henry Eagle, Jun.

January 1, "

New York,

Washington 74.

Francis B. Ellison,

May 28, 1819,

New York,

Frigate Constitution.

Thomas Evans,

October 23, 1820,

Penn.

Ship Ontario.

David G. Farragut,

December 17, 1810,

Tennessee,

Norfolk, Virginia.

William Foster,

February 4, 1814,

New York,

Frigate Congress.

Benjamin Follet,

December 6, "

New York.

Frigate Congress.

Robert Y. Fairlie,

May 4, 1816,

New York,

Frigate Constellation.

George B. Forrester,

January 1, 1818,

Georgia,

Frigate Congress.

Lewis M. Goldsborough,

June 18, 1812,

D. Colum.

Franklin 74.

Jacob E. Gillemeyer,

January 1, 1813,

Maryland,

Norfolk, Virginia.

Daniel Goodwin,

November 30, 1814,

Maine,

On furlough.

Benjamin S. Grimke,

November 30, "

S. Carolina,

Frigate Congress.

Thomas R. Gerry,

December 6, "

Mass.

Navy yard, Charlestown.

William H. Gardner,

December 6, "

Maryland,

Frigate Guerriere.

Thomas R. Gedney,

March 4, 1815,

S. Carolina,

New York.

James Glynn,

March 4, "

Virginia,

Corvette John Adams.

James T. Gerry,

December 20, "

Mass.

Boston.

William Green,

January 1, 1818,

Virginia,

Frigate United States.

Alexander G. Gordon,

" "

D. Colum.

Frigate Constellation.

William M. Glendy,

" "

Maryland,

Frigate Constellation.

Charles W. Gay,

October 27, "

Mass.

Frigate Constitution.

Sylvanus Godon,

March 4, 1819,

Penn.

On furlough.

John Graham,

September 1, "

D. Colum.

Columbus 74.

--753--

MIDSHIPMEN—Continued.

Names.

Date of warrant.

Where born.

Where stationed.

Samuel Gaillard,

May 10, 1820,

S. Carolina,

Frigate Constellation.

Moses H. Hunter,

June 18, 1812,

New Jersey,

Not on duty.

Levi M. Harby,

" "

S. Carolina,

Charleston, South Carolina.

Joseph Le. C. Hardy,

" "

S. Carolina,

Ship Ontario.

Edward W. Hamilton,

" "

S. Carolina,

Receives no pay.

James Hodge,

November 9, 1813,

Penn.

Philadelphia.

Joseph Hull, Jun.

November 9, "

Conn.

Franklin 74.

George N. Hollings,

February 1, 1814,

Maryland,

On furlough.

Thomas Hayes,

June 6, 1814,

Penn.

Not on pay.

John Heth,

June 25, "

Virginia,

Not on duty.

William H. Homer,

November 30, "

Mass.

Independence 74.

Harry D. Hunter,

" "

Penh.

On furlough.

John L. Harris,

" "

Tennessee,

On furlough.

William S. Harris,

" "

Kentucky,

Frigate Guerriere.

William L. Howard,

January IO, 1815,

New York,

New York;

Hubbard H. Hobbs,

March 4, "

Virginia,

Frigate Constellation.

John E. Heron,

January 1, 1816,

Virginia,

Frigate Macedonia.

William L. Hudson,

January 1, "

New York,

Schooner Dolphin.

Alexander Hosack,

January 22,

New York,

Franklin 74.

Abraham Hosack,

January 1, 1817,

New York,

New York.

Lucius C. Heylin,

January 1, "

Penn.

Philadelphia.

Alexander H. Hopkinson,

September 25, "

Penn.

Franklin 74.

Robert Harris, Jun.

January 1, 1818,

N. Hamp.

On furlough.

Peyton T. Henley,

" "

Virginia,

Schooner Shark.

Stern Humphreys,

" "

New York,

Not on duty.

Andrew A. Harwood,

" "

Penn.

Ship Hornet.

Charles E. Hawkins,

March 4, "

New York,

Washington 74.

John Hamilton,

July 4, "

New York,

Frigate Constitution.

James T. Homans,

December 3, 1819,

Mass.

Schooner Grampus.

John W. Hunter, Jun.

May 10, 1820,

Penn.

Brig Enterprise.

Cary H. Hansford,

" "

Virginia,

Franklin 74.

Paul Hamilton Hayne,

" "

S. Carolina,

Franklin 74.

Duncan N. Ingraham,

June 18, 1812,

S. Carolina,

Columbus 74.

Oscar Irving,

January 1, 1817,

New York,

New York.

George Izard,

January 1, 1818,

Penn.

Franklin 74.

Skeffington S. Jameson,

June 18, 1812,

Virginia,

Schooner Grampus.

Richard A. Jones,

June 18, 1812,

Delaware,

Frigate Constitution.

Frederick Jarrett,

March 8, 1814,

Penn.

Corvette Cyane.

Joshua H. Justin,

November 30, "

R. Island,

Frigate Constellation.

Edward S. Johnson,

November 30, "

R. Island,

Washington 74.

Robert W. Jones,

January 1, 1818,

New, York,

Franklin 74.

Zachariah F. Johnston,

January 1, "

Maryland,

Columbus 74.

Charles H. Jackson,

May 4, "

Conn.

Schooner Dolphin.

John C. Jones,

May 12, "

Maryland,

On furlough.

John Kelly,

February 1, 1814,

Penn.

Philadelphia.

James D. Knight,

November 30, "

S. Carolina,

On furlough.

William H. Kennon,

January 1, 1817,

Virginia,

Ship Hornet.

Stephen B. Kingston,

January 1, "

Penn.

On furlough.

C. H. A. H. Kennedy,

February 10, 1819,

Virginia,

Norfolk.

Richard Kennon,

May 10, 1820,

Virginia,

Frigate United States.

Thomas J. Leib,

September 1, 1811,

Penn.

Philadelphia.

George H. Leverett,

June 18, 1812,

N. Hamp.

Independence 74.

Stephen B. Lassalle,

November 4, 1814,

Penn.

Philadelphia.

Charles Lowndes,

March 18, 1815,

S. Carolina,

Frigate Constellation.

Christopher Lowndes,

January 1, 1817,

Maryland,

Washington 74.

Arthur Lewis,

January 1, "

Virginia,

Corvette John Adams.

Andrew K. Long,

January 1, 1818,

Maryland,

Schooner Shark.

John H. Little,

January 1, "

Maryland,

Frigate Constitution.

William F. Lynch,

January 26, 1819,

Virginia,

Schooner Shark.

James L. Lardner,

May 10, 1820,

Penn.

Philadelphia.

Edward S. Lewis,

May 10, "

Conn.

Frigate Constitution.

Samuel Lockwood,

July 12, "

Conn.

New Orleans.

Sidney Smith Lee,

December 30, "

Virginia,

Franklin 74.

Charles W. Minchin,

January 1, 1812,

D. Colum.

Charleston, South Carolina.

William B. McClean,

" "

New York,

Not on duty.

Richard Mackall,

" "

Maryland,

Navy yard, Washington.

Daniel H. Mackay,

April 16, 1813,

New York,

Frigate United States.

John Marston, Jun.

April 15, "

Mass.

Frigate Constitution.

Joseph Moorhead,

November 9, "

Ohio,

Schooner Shark.

David W. McRorie,

February, 1, 1814,

N. Carolina,

Ohio 74.

Daniel S. McCawley,

February 1, "

Penn.

Schooner Alligator.

Robert F. Martin,

May 1,

S. Carolina,

Washington 74.

Nicholas Marchand,

November 30, "

Louisiana,

On furlough.

Joseph Mattison,

" "

New Jersey,

Washington 74.

William W. McKean,

" "

Penn.

Schooner Alligator.

Joseph Myers,

December 6, "

N. Carolina

New York.

Samuel Mercer,

March 4, 1815,

S. Carolina,

Frigate Constellation.

Robert Marshall,

November 21, "

New York,

Franklin 74.

Humphrey H. Morris,

January 1, 1817,

New York,

Frigate Macedonian.

Alexander M. Murray,

" "

Penn.

Philadelphia.

Oliver H. Middleton,

" "

England,

Philadelphia.

George A. Magruder,

" "

Virginia,

Norfolk, Virginia.

James P. McCall,

" "

Georgia,

Frigate United States.

Edward Y. Marshall,

" "

New York,

Washington 74.

T. Jefferson Manning,

" "

New Jersey

Franklin 74.

John Marshall,

" 1818,

Virginia,

On furlough.

--754--

MIDSHIPMEN—Continued.

Names.

Date of warrant.

"Where born.

Where stationed.

Alexander M. Mull,

January 1, 1818,

Maryland,

Ship Ontario.

Charles V. Morris,

" "

New York,

Franklin 74.

Henry H. Myers,

April 1, 1819,

Virginia,

Frigate Congress.

Henry W. Morris,

August 21, "

New York,

Ship Ontario.

John Manning,

May 10, 1820,

N. Carolina,

New Orleans.

Richard D. Millen,

" "

Georgia,

On furlough.

Richard R. McMullin,

" "

New York,

Sackett's Harbor.

John White Mooers,

" "

New York,

Ship Hornet.

Richard Hunt Morris,

" "

Virginia,

Schooner Porpoise.

John H. Marshall,

" "

Virginia,

Frigate Constitution.

Robert H. Nichols,

September 1, 1811,

New York,

New York.

William C. Nicholson,

June 18, 1812,

Maryland,

Philadelphia.

William D. Newman,

February 1, 1814,

New York,

New York.

William Nicholson,

March 17, "

Maryland,

Washington 74.

John S. Nicholas,

June 6, 1815,

Virginia,

Frigate Constellation.

Joseph M. Nicholson,

January 1, 1817,

Maryland,

Schooner Shark.

Edwin B. Newton,

1819,

D. Columbia

Ship Hornet.

Frederick Neville,

May 10, 1820,

Ohio,,

Schooner Dolphin.

Lloyd B. Newell,

" "

Georgia,

Ship Ontario.

William S. Ogden,

July 26, "

New York,

Frigate Constellation.

Garret J. Pendergrast,

January 1, 1812,

Kentucky,

Washington 74.

Thomas Pettigru,

" "

S. Carolina,

Brig Enterprise.

Nathaniel A. Prentiss,

June 18, "

Mass.

Frigate Java.

Edward Price,

April 5, 1813,

New York,

Frigate Macedonian.

Samuel B. Phelps,

May 20, "

Connecticut

Philadelphia.

John E. Prentiss,

November 9, "

Mass.

Schooner Shark.

Jott S. Paine,

" "

Maine,

Frigate Constitution.

William Pollard,

March 8, 1814,

Penn.

Schooner Shark.

Alex. B. Pinkham,

June 17, "

Mass.

On furlough.

Richard S. Pinckney,

August 3, "

S. Carolina,

Frigate Macedonian.

David H. Porter,

August 4, "

Penn.

Franklin 74.

John W. Palmer,

November 30, "

Connecticut

Schooner Nonesuch.

George F. Pearson,

March 11, 1815,

N. Hamp.

Franklin 74.

William P. Piercy,

March 15, "

Penn.

Navy yard, Washington.

William H. Pennock,

April 20, "

Virginia,

Philadelphia.

Edward C. Pinkney,

November 21, "

Maryland,

Schooner Porpoise.

John Pope,

May 30, 1816,

Maine,

Franklin 74.

Edward Preble,

January 1, 1817,

Maine,

Franklin 74.

Elisha Peck,

March. 4, "

Connecticut

Franklin 74.

John H. Pleasonton,

July 4, "

D. Columbia

Navy yard, Washington.

Wilson C. Purviance,

November 6, "

Maryland,

Frigate Constitution.

Levin M. Powell,

January 1, 1818;

Virginia,

On furlough.

Reuben R. Pinkham,

" "

Mass.

Franklin 74.

William Pearson,

" "

New Jersey,

Franklin 74.

Hugh Y. Purviance,

November 4, "

Maryland,

Franklin 74.

Henry Pinkney,

" "

Maryland,

Frigate Congress.

Alexander F, Porter,

March 19, 1819,

Delaware,

Frigate Congress.

Richard S. Platt,

March,22,

New York,

Brig Enterprise.

James M. Prevost,

November 13, "

New York,

Franklin 74.

Henry Potter,

May 10, 1820,

N. Carolina,

Corvette John Adams.

Samuel Renshaw,

July 4, 1805,

Penn.

Recruiting, Philadelphia.

Edmund M. Russell,

June 18, 1812,

Mass.

Frigate Constitution.

Charles C. Russell,

" "

Mass.

On furlough.

Samuel Rogers,

November 9, 1813,

New Jersey,

Not on duty.

William T. Rodgers,

" "

New York,

New York.

William Rice,

" "

Maine,

Frigate Macedonian.

Robert Ritchie,

February 1, 1814,

Maryland,

On furlough.

Solomon Rutter,

February 26, "

Maryland,

On furlough.

Victor M. Randolph,

June 11, "

Virginia,

Washington 74.

John Rudd,

November. 30,

R. Island,

Corvette Cyane.

Herman Rutgers,

" "

New York,

On furlough.

W. M. Rittenhouse,

" "

Penn.

Brig Spark.

Edward C. Rutledge,

" "

N. Carolina,

On furlough.

John Reed, Jun.

" "

Penn.

Philadelphia.

Isaac H. Rand,

January 25, 1815,

Mass.

Mediterranean.

T. M. Randolph,

May 30, 1816,

Virginia,

On furlough.

John G. Rodgers,

July 4, 1817,

Maryland,

Frigate Congress.

John M. Rinker,

January 1, 1818,

Penn.

Schooner Dolphin.

Cadwalader Ringgold,

March 4, 1819,

Maryland,

Columbus 74.

Nath. B. Richardson,

May 14, "

Virginia,

Brig Enterprise.

Hillary Rhodes,

May 10, 1820,

Kentucky,

Frigate Constellation.

H. H. Van Rensselaer,

" "

New York,

Schooner Dolphin.

Richard Stewart,

November 15, 1809,

Maryland,

Not on duty.

John L. Saunders,

" "

Virginia,

Ship Hornet.

John M. Sullivan,

March 1, 1813;

New York,

Frigate Constitution.

William Skiddy,

May 9, "

New York,

On furlough.

John Swartwout, Jun.

November 9, "

New York,

Ship Ontario.

David R. Stewart,

February 1, 1814,

Maryland,

Frigate Constellation.

William F. Shields,

February 2, "

Penn.

New York.

Irvine Shubrick,

May 12, "

S. Carolina,

Ship Hornet.

Jon. W. Sherburne,

November 30, "

N. Hamp.

Surveying.

Roger C. Shaw,

" "

Georgia,

Norfolk.

Merrit S. Scott,

" "

Kentucky,

Ship Ontario.

George W. Somerville,

" "

Tennessee,

Philadelphia.

John H. Smith,

January 1, 1815,

New York,

New York.

Alexander Slidell,

" "

New York,

New York.

--755--

MIDSHIPMEN—Continued.

Names.

Date of warrant

Where born.

Where stationed.

Francis Sanderson,

February 3, 1815,

Maryland,

Baltimore.

Jesse Smith,

March 11, "

Mass.

Navy yard, Charlestown.

William Shaw,

April 23, "

Penn.

Philadelphia.

Henry D. Scott,

May 30, 1816,

Maryland,

Frigate Constellation.

George Shute,

January 1, 1817,

New Jersey,

Norfolk, Virginia.

Joseph G. Smith,

" "

Maryland,

Frigate Macedonian.

William Seton,

July 4, "

New York,

Baltimore.

George W. Simms,

January 1, 1818,

D. Columbia

Navy yard, Washington.

Thomas O. Selfridge,

" "

Mass.

On furlough.

Charles H. Starr,

November 3, "

Georgia,

Ship Hornet.

Albert G. Slaughter,

" "

Virginia,

Not on duty.

Robert Steed,

February 10, 18I9, "

Virginia,

Frigate Constellation.

Isaac S. Sterrett,

March 24, "

Maryland,

Frigate Constellation.

Thompson D. Shaw,

May 10, 1820,

Penn.

Frigate Constitution.

Samuel Swartwout,

" "

New York,

Ship Hornet.

Thomas Sands,

" "

Maryland,

New Orleans.

Lewis Seeger,

" "

Mass.

Schooner Alligator.

Charles F. Shoemaker,

" "

Penn.

Brig Enterprise.

Joseph Stallings,

" "

Maryland,

Frigate Constellation.

Nehemiah Tilton,

November 9, 1813,

Delaware,

Not on duty.

John P. Tuttle,

November 30, 1814,

Conn.

Frigate Guerriere.

Thomas B. Tilden,

January 1, 1815,

Maryland,

Mediterranean.

Benjamin Tallmadge, Jun.

January 24, "

Conn.

On furlough.

William B. G. Taylor,

February 13, "

N. Carolina,

On furlough.

Alexander Thompson,

January 1, 1817,

New York,

Schooner Nonesuch.

Richard Taylor, Jun.

" 1818,

Virginia,

Norfolk, Virginia.

John Leeds Thomas,

" "

Maryland,

Frigate Constellation.

Samuel S. Turner,

March 4, "

Mass.

Columbus 74.

Griffin Tompkins,

July 11, "

New York,

On furlough.

Robert D. Thorburn,

March 30, 1820,

Virginia,

Frigate Guerriere.

Charles C. Turner,

May 10, "

Virginia,

Frigate Constellation.

George P. Upsher,

April 23, 1818,

Virginia,

Frigate Guerriere.

James K. Vallette,

June 1, 1815,

Penn.

Schooner Dolphin.

Gersham J. Van Brunt,

January 1, 1818,

New Jersey,

Brig Spark.

Edward M. Vail,

December 1, 1821,

France,

Not on duty.

Stephen B. Wilson,

January 1, 1812;

New York,

Washington 74.

William S. J. Washington,

February 5, "

Virginia,

Schooner Grampus.

William C. Wetmore,

June 18, "

New York,

New York.

Clem. S. Whittington,

" "

Maryland,

Baltimore.

William 8. Walker,

November 30, 1814,

N. Hamp.

Navy yard, Charlestown.

Oliver W. Wood,

" "

R. Island,

Independence 74.

George F. Weaver,

August 3, 1816,

Virginia,

Franklin 74.

James P. Wilson,

January 1, 1817,

Maryland,

Schooner Nonesuch.

Tho. B. Worthington,

" "

D. Columbia

Frigate Constitution.

William G. Woolsey,

" "

Penn.

Franklin 74.

Rolla Weems,

" 1818,

D. Columbia

Frigate Macedonian.

Mason Wilson,

" "

Tennessee,

On furlough.

Charles Wilkes, Jun.

" "

New York,

Franklin 74.

Dudley Walker,

May 8, "

Mass.

Franklin 74.

John W. West,

November 30, "

Penn.

Brig Spark.

James B. Wright,

March 4, 1819,

Virginia,

Frigate Constellation.

J. Bonaparte Witherell,

May 10, 1820,

Michigan,

Navy yard, Washington.

Conway Whittle,

" "

Virginia,

Not on duty.

William Conway Whittle,

" "

Virginia,

Charleston, South Carolina.

Hampton Westcott,

" "

New Jersey,

Brig Enterprise.

Simon W. Walsh,

February 13, 1821,

Mississippi,

Schooner Nonesuch.

Henry D. Zantzinger,

May 9, 1815,

Penn.

Frigate United States.

 

SAILINGMASTERS.

Edward Barry,

February 28, 1809,

Ireland,

Navy yard, Washington.

Abraham Bloodgood,

June 25, 1812,

New York,

Navy yard, New York.

Cornelius Bennett,

December 9, "

New York,

Brig Spark.

Salvadore Catalani,

August 9, 1809,

Sicily,

Navy yard, Washington.

Richard J. Coxe,

June 23, 1812,

Virginia,

Gunboat 158, South Carolina.

James B. Cooper,

July 9, "

New Jersey,

Navy yard, Philadelphia.

John Clough,

July 3, 1813,

Mass.

Receiving ship, New York.

Samuel B. Chamberlain,

" 1814,

N. Hamp.

Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Alex. Cunningham,

November 15, 1815,

S. Carolina,

Norfolk, Virginia.

John Carlton,

July 4, "

Mass.

Washington 74.

Peter Carson,

November 1, 1816,

Penn.

New Orleans.

Briscoe S. Doxey,

June 24, 1812,

Maryland,

Schooner Asp.

Marmaduke Dove,

August 29, "

Maryland,

Navy yard, Washington.

Daniel Dobbins,

September 16, "

Penn.

On furlough.

George F. de la Roche,

August 3, 1813,

Penn.

On furlough.

Shubael Downes,

September 12, "

Mass.

Boston.

John Drew,

December 6, 1814,

Mass.

Columbus 74.

Richard Dealy,

" "

 

On furlough.

S. J. Dusenberry,

June 2, 1821,

New York,

New York.

Francis H. Ellison,

July 3, 1813,

New York,

Navy yard, New York.

Jonathan D. Ferris,

February 28, 1809,

 

New Orleans.

Augustus Ford,

March 28, 1810,

S. Carolina,

Sackett's Harbor.

James H. Ferguson,

May 27, 1814,

New York,

Frigate Constitution.

--756--

SAILINGMASTERS—Continued.

Names.

Date of warrant.

Where born.

Where stationed.

Samuel C. Hixon,

April 30, 1814,

Mass.

Schooner Grampus.

Daniel Jones,

May 8, 1812,

England,

Steam frigate Fulton.

William Knight,

October 23, 1799,

Penn.

Rendezvous, Philadelphia.

Simon Kingston,

June 29, 1812,

England,

Navy yard, Philadelphia.

Robert Knox,

July 20, "

Mass.

Navy yard, Charlestown.

John M. Kid,

June 18, 1817,

 

Norfolk, Virginia.

Joseph Lindsay,

March 17, 1814,

Mass.

White Hall, Lake Champlain.

Jacob Mull,

February 13, 1809,

 

Frigate Macedonian.

Francis Mallaby,

July 3, 1813,

New York,

On furlough.

William F. Malbone,

April 4, 1814,

R. Island.

Corvette John Adams.

Philip S. Meyer,

November 18, "

New York,

Frigate Constellation.

William Miller,

January 28, 1815,

Scotland,

Navy yard, Philadelphia.

Alex. W. Macomb,

July 25, 1818,

New York,

Ship Ontario.

John Nantz,

July 7, 1812,

Ireland,

Baltimore.

Thomas Nichols,

" "

 

New York.

David Phipps,

January 1, 1801,

Mass.

Steam frigate Fulton.

Lewis B. Page,

March 9, 1809,

Virginia,

Navy yard, Gosport, Virginia.

James B. Potts.

July 24, 1812,

England,

Navy yard, Gosport, Virginia.

William W. Polk,

July 18, 1814,

Maryland,

Navy yard, New York.

John Quinn,

November 1, 1816,

 

New Orleans.

Edward Rumney,

November 18, 1812,

Mass.

On furlough.

Samuel Rinker,

September3, 1813,

Penn.

Philadelphia.

Thomas Rutter,

November 9, "

Maryland,

Not on pay.

John Robinson,

November 27, 1815,

Mass.

Independence 74.

William W. Sheed,

May 5, 1813,

S. Carolina,

On furlough.

Nathaniel Stoodley,

August 14, "

N. Hamp.

Navy yard, Portsmouth, N. Hampshire.

Daniel S. Stellwagon,

May 14, 1814,

Penn.

Navy yard, Philadelphia.

Robert S. Tatem,

July 21, "

Penn.

Schooner Nonesuch.

James Tewksbury,

December 14, 1815,

Mass.

Erie, Pennsylvania.

George Ulrick,

December 4, 1809,

 

New Orleans.

William Vaughan,

August 22, 1812,

Penn.

Sackett's Harbor.

Charles F. Waldo,

March 10, 1813,

Mass.

Navy yard, Charlestown.

Joseph Williston,

November 26, 1814,

Mass.

Not on duty;

Nahum Warren,

February 2, 1815,

N. Hamp.

Gunboat 67, Washington.

Henry Worthington,

May 2, "

Maryland,

Schooner Shark.

 

BOATSWAINS.

James Banks,

July 21, 1817,

 

Franklin 74.

Stephen G. Clark,

January 1, "

 

Navy yard, Charlestown.

Eli Dill,

June 25, 1818,

 

Schooner Nonesuch.

James Evans,

January 1, 1819,

 

Frigate, Constellation.

David Eaton,

August 8, 1811,

 

Schooner Shark.

Edward Linscott,

March 29, 1809,

 

Navy yard, Gosport, Virginia.

John McCloud,

August 1, "

 

Norfolk, Virginia.

James Menzies,

December 15, "

New York,

Navy yard, Washington.

Collin McCloud,

" "

 

Norfolk, Virginia.

Samuel F. Parker,

" "

 

Brig Enterprise.

Thomas R. Smith,

November 5, 1814,

 

Frigate Constitution.

John Smith,

August 11, 1819,

 

Ship Ontario.

William Smith,

January 1,

 

Washington 74.

John Smith,

December 7, "

 

New York.

Abraham Walton,

September 17, 1815,

 

Navy yard, Charlestown.

John Woods,

July 8, "

 

Navy yard, Philadelphia.

 

GUNNERS.

Thomas Barry,

July 2, 1813,

Penn.

Navy yard, Philadelphia.

James Bogman,

December 14, 1815,

 

Navy yard, Charlestown.

John Blight,

May 3, 1821,

 

Franklin 74.

Alexander Brown,

January 27, 1820,

 

Frigate Constellation.

Antonia Correai,

January 28, 1809,

Portugal,

Navy yard, Portsmouth, N. Hampshire

Wesley Cunningham,

August 11, 1819,

Maryland,

Corvette Cyane.

James Cosgrove,

August 30, 1813,

 

Navy yard, Brooklyn, N. Y.

William C. Cowan,

April 21, 1819,

 

Frigate Congress.

John Fair,

July 8, 1815,

 

Navy yard, Philadelphia.

George Jackson,

February 2, 1810,

 

Navy yard, New Orleans.

Stephen Jones,

May 6, 1813,

 

Steam Frigate Fulton.

Joseph Lum,

 

Connecticut,

Navy yard, Gosport, Virginia.

John Lord,

June 18, 1812,

 

Washington 74.

George Marshall,

July 15, 1809,

 

Navy Yard, Gosport, Virginia.

Thomas Marshall,

 

 

Brig Enterprise.

Elijah Merchant,

 

 

Schooner Nonesuch.

Elijah Whitten,

 

 

Ship Hornet.

--757--

CARPENTERS.

Names.

Pate of warrant.

Where born.

Where stationed.

Samuel Brown,

December 18, 1816,

 

Franklin 74.

Thomas Berry,

 

 

Frigate Guerriere.

Abraham Demott,

 

 

Sackett's Harbor.

John Deacon,

 

 

Brig Enterprise.

Baruch M. Evans,

 

 

Frigate Constellation.

Zaccheus R. Fuller,

April 12, 1815,

 

Navy yard, Charlestown.

John Justice,

December 12, 1820,

New Jersey,

Erie, Pennsylvania.

Richard Lowell,

 

 

Navy yard, Brooklyn, New York.

Samuel Phillips,

May 24, 1821,

 

Corvette Cyane.

Nehemiah Parker,

 

 

Columbus 74.

John Snider,

January 1, 1818,

 

Frigate Congress.

William E. Sheffield,

April 8, 1820,

 

Navy yard, New Orleans.

Richard Thomas,

January 22, 1814,

 

Frigate Constitution.

 

SAIL-MAKERS.

William H. Baldwin,

May 31, 1817,

 

Ship Ontario.

Samuel B. Bannister,

June 24, "

 

Franklin 74.

Benjamin B. Burchsted,

April 5, 1821,

 

Frigate Constitution.

William B. Bingley,

November 16, "

Virginia,

Frigate Congress.

Charles Cassell,

 

 

Navy yard, Washington.

William Flemming,

 

 

Navy yard, Brooklyn, New York.

George Parcells,

 

 

Frigate Guerriere.

Samuel Trebby,

 

 

Frigate United States.

John Trimble,

 

 

New York.

Henry Van Voorhis,

August 11, 1819,

New York,

Schooner Shark.

 

MASTERS' MATES.

Elias Taylor,

November 16, 1816,

Franklin 74.

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS OF THE MARINE CORPS.

LIEUTENANT COLONEL COMMANDANT.

Names.

Date of commission.

Where born.

Where stationed.

Archibald Henderson,

October 17, 1820,

Virginia.

Head-quarters.

 

CAPTAINS.

Richard Smith,

March 13, 1812,

Maryland,

New York.

Robert D. Wainright,

September 29, "

S. Carolina,

Boston.

William Anderson,

June 18, 1814,

Penn.

Norfolk.

Samuel Miller,

 

Mass.

Head-quarters.

John M. Gamble,

 

N. Jersey,

Philadelphia.

Alfred Grayson, Q. M.

 

Kentucky,

Head-quarters.

Francis B. De Bellevue,

November 7, 1818,

Louisiana,

New Orleans.

Samuel E. Watson,

March 28, 1820,

Virginia,

Portsmouth, N. H.

 

FIRST LIEUTENANTS.

William H. Freeman,

June 18, 1814,

Conn.

Under orders.

Joseph L. Kuhn P. M.

" "

Maryland,

Head-quarters.

Charles R. Broom,

" "

Delaware,

Philadelphia.

Benjamin Richardson,

" "

Maryland,

Erie, Pennsylvania.

Levi Twiggs,

" "

Georgia,

New York.

John Harris,

" "

Penn.

Franklin 74.

Thomas A. Linton,

April 18, 1817,

Virginia,

New York.

Richard T. Auchmuty,

" "

R. Island,

Frigate Constitution.

James Edelin,

" "

Maryland,

Head-quarters.

P. G. Howle, A. & I.,

" "

Virginia,

Head-quarters.

Richard D. Green,

" "

Mass.

Boston.

Robert M. Desha,

" "

Kentucky,

On furlough.

Henry E. Dix,

" "

Mass.

Norfolk, Virginia.

Elijah J. Weed,

March 8, 1819,

Penn.

Head-quarters.

Joseph C. Hall,

 

Maryland,

Not on duty.

William W. Dulany,

June 19, "

Virginia,

On furlough.

Thomas S. English,

August 11, "

Mass.

Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Henry W. Gardner,

September 30, "

"

Head-quarters.

James M. Clements,

March 28, 1820,

Penn.

Head-quarters.

Thomas B. Barton,

October 17, "

"

Norfolk, Virginia.

George W. Walker,

March 3, 1821,

D. C.

Head-quarters.

--758--

SECOND LIEUTENANTS.

Names.

Date of commission.

Where born.

Where stationed.

Christopher C. Floyd,

September 9, 1818,

Georgia,

Boston.

Charles Grymes,

March 3, 1819,

Virginia,

Franklin 74.

George D. Brewerton,

" "

New York,

Head-quarters.

Ward Marston,

" "

Mass.

Boston.

Charles C. Tupper,

" "

Indiana,

Erie, Pennsylvania.

Augustus A. Nicholson,

March 28, 1820,

S. Carolina,

New York.

Charles Betts,

" "

Virginia,

Head-quarters.

James McCawley, Jr.

" "

Penn.

Philadelphia.

Benjamin Macomber,

" "

R. Island,

New York.

George Cooper,

" "

Mass.

Boston.

Abraham N. Brevoort,

" "

New York,

Philadelphia.

Samuel S. Coejemen,

" "

N. Jersey,

New York.

Andrew Ross,

March 3, 1821,

Louisiana,

New Orleans.

Stephen M. Rodgers,

" "

Penn.

Philadelphia.

William A. Bloodgood,

" "

New York,

Head-quarters.

 

NAVAL AGENTS.

Names.

Where born.

Where employed.

John L. Storer,

Maine,

Portland, Maine.

Enoch G. Parrott,

New Hampshire,

Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Amos Binney,

Massachusetts,

Boston.

Joseph Hull,

Connecticut,

Middletown, Connecticut.

Robert Swartwout,

New York,

New York.

George Harrison,

Pennsylvania,

Philadelphia.

James Riddle,

Delaware,

Newcastle, Delaware.

James Beatty,

Maryland,

Baltimore.

John Randall,

Maryland,

Annapolis, Maryland.

Miles King,

Virginia,

Norfolk, Virginia.

John Robertson,

South Carolina,

Charleston, South Carolina.

John P. Henry,

Georgia,

Savannah, Georgia.

Joseph H. Hawkins,

Kentucky,

New Orleans.

William D. Simms,

Virginia,

Pensacola, Florida.

Richard McCall,

Pennsylvania,

Mediterranean.

Baring, Brothers, & Co.

England,

London.

Note. Naval agents receive "one per cent." on their expenditures, not to exceed two thousand dollars.

 

Pay and subsistence allowed in the Navy of the United States to officers and petty officers.

Rank or station.

Pay per month.

No. of rations pr. day.

Bank or station.

Pay per month.

No. of rations pr. day.

Captain of a vessel of 32 guns and upwards,

8100

8

Carpenter,

$20

2

Captain of a vessel of 20 and under 32 guns,

75

6

Midshipman,

19

1

Master commandant,

60

5

Master's mate,

20

1

Lieutenant commanding,

50

4

Captain's clerk,

25

1

Lieutenant,

40

3

Boatswain's mate,

19

1

Chaplain,

40

2

Carpenter's mate,

19

1

Surgeon,

50

2

Cockswain,

18

1

Surgeon's mate,

30

2

Quarter-gunner,

18

1

Sailing-master,

40

2

Quartermaster,

18

1

Purser,

40

2

Master-at-arms,

18

1

Schoolmaster,

25

2

Armorer,

18

1

Boatswain,

20

2

Steward,

18

1

Gunner,

20

2

Cooper,

18

1

Sailmaker,

20

2

Cook,

18

1

Note. Whenever any officer shall be employed in the command of a squadron, or separate service, the allowance of rations shall be double during the continuance of such command, and no longer, except in the case of the commanding officer of the navy, whose allowance while in service shall always be at the rate of sixteen rations per day, agreeably to an act of Congress passed 25th February, 1799.

 

Pay of the officers of the United States' Marine Corps.

Lieutenant Colonel commandant,

$75

6

First Lieutenant,

$30

3

Captain,

40

3

Second Lieutenant,

25

2

N. B. The commandant of marines receives, in addition to his pay, eight dollars per month for the forage of three horses. The adjutant, quartermaster, and paymaster, thirty dollars per month extra.

--759--

NAVAL STOREKEEPERS.

Names.

Where employed.

Where born.

Compensation.

John P. Decatur,

New York,

Maryland,

$1,700

Tunis Craven,

Portsmouth, N. H.

New Jersey,

1,500

George Bates,

Charlestown, Mass.

Massachusetts,

1,700

Robert Kennedy,

Philadelphia,

Pennsylvania,

1,200

Edward W. Duvall,

Washington City,

Maryland,

1,700

Thomas Dulton,

Gosport, Va.

England,

1,700

Samuel T. Anderson,

New Orleans,

Maryland,

1,700

 

NAVAL CONSTRUCTORS.

William Doughty,

Washington City,

Pennsylvania,

$2,300

John Floyd,

New York,

New York,

2,000

Samuel Humphreys,

Philadelphia,

Pennsylvania,

2,300

Francis Grice,

Gosport, Va.

 

2,000

 

VESSELS OF WAR OF THE UNITED STATES.

LINE OF BATTLE SHIPS.

FRIGATES OF THE SECOND CLASS.

BRIGS.

Independence,

74

Congress,

36

Enterprise,

12

Washington,

74

Constellation,

36

Spark,

12

Franklin,

74

Macedonian,

36

SCHOONERS.

Columbus,

74

Fulton steam frigate,

30

Nonesuch,

6

Ohio,

74

 

 

Alligator,

12

North Carolina,

74

CORVETTES

Porpoise,

12

Delaware,

74

John Adams,

24

Dolphin,

12

 

 

Cyane,

24

Shark,

12

FRIGATES OF THE FIRST CLASS.

SLOOPS OF WAR.

Grampus,

12

Constitution,

44

Hornet,

18

Asp, receiving vessel.

 

United States,

44

Ontario,

18

Lady of the Lake,

1

Guerriere,

44

Erie,

18

GUNBOATS.

Java,

44

Peacock,

18

Nos. 95, 8, 72, 76, 158, 168—one gun each,

 

6

 

 

Alert, store ship.

 

 

RECAPITULATION.

Captains,

31

Master Commandants,

31

Lieutenants,

196

Surgeons,

46

Surgeons mates,

44

Pursers,

42

Chaplains,

10

Midshipmen,

336

Sailing-masters,

58

Boatswains,

16

Gunners,

17

Carpenters,

13

Sailmakers,

10

Masters' mates,

1

Total,

851

[END]

Published:Thu Sep 17 12:18:18 EDT 2015