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Maine Militia, War of 1812: Major D. Holden's Artillery Battalion

Source: Records of the Massachusetts volunteer militia called out by the Governor of Massachusetts to suppress a threatened invasion during the war of 1812-14 (Boston, Mass.: Wright & Potter printing co., state printers, 1913).

Some forenames and surnames have been switched to facilitate searching. The format of the list has been altered.

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Maj. D. Holden's Battalion of Artillery.
From June 20 to June 22, and Sept. 10 to Sept. 29, 1814. Service at Bath.
Field and Staff.
Daniel Holden, Major, Topsham
Seth Trufant, Adjutant, Bath
Irvin C. Loring, Quartermaster, Bath

Noncommissioned Staff.
Daniel Foster, Quartermaster Sergeant

Waiters.
Peter Mimey
David R. Loring
William Casdiff


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Capt. P. O. Alden's Company, Maj. D. Holden's Battalion of Artillery.
From June 20 to June 22, and Sept. 10 to Sept. 29, 1814. Raised at Brunswick. Service at Bath.
Rank and Name.
Peter O. Alden, Captain
Robert Eastman, Lieutenant
Thomas Pennell, Lieutenant
Harvey Stutson, Lieutenant

Edward Welch, Sergeant
Johnson Dunham, Sergeant
Charles Stutson, Sergeant
George Hedge, Musician

Privates.
James Carey, Jr.
Samuel S. Cumings
Isaac Danforth
Joseph Dunlap
Uriah (D.) Gray
William Gwin, Jr.
Robert Hall
Jeremiah Hunt
John Hunt
Dean Kimball
Patrick Kincaid
Moses Littlefield
John Lunt
James Merrill
Ephraim Morse
Lemuel Morse
Trueworthy Murry
James Nelson
Eliphalet Osgood
John Owen, 2d
Philip Owen, Jr.
William S. Potter
Paul Powers
Edmund Pray
Thomas Simpson
Thomas Stanwood
John Todd
Charles Toothaker
William Toothaker
Reid Welch
Orlando Wilmot
Allen Wing

Capt. N. Sprague's Company of Artillery, Maj. D. Holden's Battalion.
From June 20 to June 22, and Sept. 10 to Sept. 29, 1814. Raised at Bath. Service at Bath.
Rank and Name.
Nathaniel Sprague, Captain
Samuel Noble, Lieutenant
Edward H. Page, Sergeant
Philip Owen, Sergeant
Dunham or Durham Witham, Sergeant
Samuel Hodgkins, Sergeant
David Dexter, Corporal
William Stinson, Corporal
William Winslow, Musician

Privates.
Daniel I. Averill
William L. Bennett
Consider Brown
Nathaniel Brown
William P. Cleavis
David Coller
John Davis
David Dexter
John Fassett
James Foster
Peter Getchell
Matthew Hinkley
Samuel B. Hodgkins
Samuel Huff
William Hutchins
Joseph Littlefield
Benjamin McGill
Brooks McKenney
Eliphalet Mitchell
Joseph Mitchell
Nathaniel Morrison
Richard Morrison
Jonathan Osgood
Samuel Osgood
Benjamin Owens
David Pettingill
Summers Pettingill
Bryant Robinson
Peleg Sprague
Samuel Stinson
William Stinson
Fobes Turner
James Wakefield
William Weeks
Gamaliel Whittemore
William D. Whittemore
Samuel Witham
Cyra Woodward

Capt. N. Walker's Company, Maj. D. Holden's Battalion of Artillery.
From June 20 to June 22, and Sept. 10 to Sept. 29, 1814. Raised at Topsham. Service at Bath.
Rank and Name.
Nathaniel Walker, Captain
James Cook, Lieutenant
Nahum Perkins, Lieutenant

Samuel Perkins, Sergeant
John Wentworth, Sergeant
Moses Plummer, Corporal
Abner Haley, Musician

Privates.
David Alexander
Jonathan Baker
Robert Brown
Ebenezer Crosby
William Dennett
Solomon Gray
Gardner Green
James Haley
Reuben Hanes or Harris
Richard C. Harding
Ezekiel Hinkley
William Hunneford
John Jack
Lemuel D. Plummer
Nathaniel Plummer
Aaron Rollings
Consider Thomas
George Thomas
Samuel Townes
Josiah Tuttle
William Wager
Moses Weymouth

Hostlers.
James Hinkley
Jesse Holbrook
John Wilson, 4th

Waiters.
Lincoln Cook
Alfred Stone