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Maine Militia, War of 1812: Lieut. Col. J. Black's Command

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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Lieut. Col. J. Black's Command.
March and April, 1813; 7 to 9 days only. Service at Mount Desert. Lieut. Col. John Black's Second Regiment. Second Brigade. Tenth Division, called out to defend Mount Desert, Dec. 28, 1813.
Rank and Name.
John Black, Lieutenant Colonel
Labin Pond, Major
John Jellison, Major

John G. Dean, Lieutenant Colonel Commanding
Simeon Milliken, Captain
Daniel Adams, Captain
Nathaniel Truwargy, Ensign
Nathan Clark, Ensign

Staff.
Moses Adams, Adjutant
Samuel Dutton, Quartermaster

Noncommissioned officers.
David G. McCobb, Sergeant
Joseph Morrison, Sergeant
Samuel Milliken, Sergeant
John Clark, Sergeant
Richard Heath, Sergeant
Nathaniel Smith, Jr., Sergeant
Jonathan Madden, Sergeant
John Tinker, Sergeant

Love Joy, Musician
Daniel Monarch, Musician
John G. Joy, Musician
Sewall E. Tuttle, Musician
Alfred Joy, Musician
Temple Joy, Musician

Lieut. Col. J. Black's Command.
March and April, 1813; 7 to 9 days. Raised at Ellsworth. Service at Mount Desert.
Rank and Name.
John Black, Lieutenant Colonel
Labin Pond, Major
John Jellison, Major.
Simeon Milliken, Captain
Daniel Adams, Captain
John G. Seame, Lieutenant
Nathaniel Truwagry, Ensign
Nathan Clark, Ensign
Moses Adams, Adjutant
Samuel Dutton, Quartermaster
(David George Washington Cobb) (?)
Joseph Morrison, Sergeant
Samuel Milliken, Sergeant
John Clark, Sergeant
Richard Heath, Sergeant
Nathaniel Smith, Sergeant
Jonathan Maddox, Sergeant
John Tinker, Sergeant
Love Joy, Musician
Daniel Monarch, Musician
Sewall E. Tuttle, Musician
John G. Joy, Musician
Alfred Joy, Musician
Temple Joy, Musician

Privates.
Isaac Alley
Peter Atherton
Thomas Atherton
James Barker
Edward Beal
Daniel Bennet
Dominicus Card
Jeremiah Card
James Carter
Eli Colby
Ezra Davis
Moses Day


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Thomas Day
James C. Fish or Fisk
George Freeman
Reuben Freeman
Reuben Freeman, Jr.
Abraham Freeze
George Freeze
Isaac Freeze
Henry Fullerton
Benjamin Garland
Edward Garland
Josiah Garland
William Gilley
Eliphalet Gilman
William R. Ginn
Eliab Gott
Nathaniel Gott
Peter Gove
George Harmon
William Harper
George Herbert
John Hodgdon
Stephen Holt
Allen Hopkins
John Jackson
Zacharius Jellison
Charles Jones
Theodore Jones
Benjamin Jordan
Isaac Jordan
John G. Jordan
Joseph Jordan
Solomon Jordan
Stephen T. Jordan
Walter Jordan
Ivory H. Joy
Samuel Joy
Nathaniel Kelly
John Leavy
Amos Maddocks
Benjamin Maddocks
Benjamin Maddocks, Jr.
Samuel Maddocks
John Manchester
John McKenzie
William McKenzie
Daniel Medar
Allen Milliken
Abner Moon
Benjamin Moore
Cornelius Moore
Edward Moore
Jotham Moore
Wyatt Moore
William Murch
Joseph Nason
Alexander Nutter
Amos Parsons
Andrew Peters
Henry Phillips
Asa A. Pond
Jasper Pond
William Reed
Benjamin Richardson
David Richardson
George Richardson
Hugh Richardson
Isaac Richardson
James Richardson
Nathaniel Richardson
Richard Richardson
Stephen Richardson
Stephen Richardson, Jr.
William Roberts
John Sear
John Semes
Jacob Sevey
Daniel Smith
Elijah Smith
David Stratton
Joseph Tinker
Gara Townsend
Nicholas Tucker
John Wallis
Asa Wargatt
David Wargatt
Davis Wargatt
Moses Wargatt
Joseph Warwell
Stephen G. Woodworth

Capt. D. Adams' Company, Lieut. Col. J. Black's Regiment.
March and April, 1813; 7 to 9 days only. Raised at Ellsworth. Service at Mount Desert.
Rank and Name.
Daniel Adams, Captain

Privates.
James Barker
Edward Beall
Jeremiah Card
James Carter
Ezra Davis
James C. Fish
Abraham Freese
George Freese
Isaac Freese
Henry Fullerton
Benjamin Garland
Edward Garland
Josiah Garland, Jr.
Eliphalet Gilman
Peter Gove
Stephen Holt
Allen Hopkins
Jack Jellison
Samuel Joy, Jr.
Nathaniel Kelly
Benjamin Maddox
Benjamin Maddox, Jr.
Samuel Maddox, Jr.
Asa Margatt or Wargatt
David Margatt or Wargatt, Jr.
Joseph Maxwell
Abner Moore
Benjamin Moore, Jr.
Edward Moore, Jr.
Jotham Moore
Wyatt Moore, Jr.
Allen Mulliken or Milliken
Joseph Nason
Alexander Nutter
Amos Parsons
Henry Phillips
William Reed
Benjamin Richardson
David Richardson
George Richardson
Hugh Richardson
Isaac Richardson
James Richardson
Nathaniel Richardson
Richard Richardson
Stephen Richardson, Jr.
Stephen Richardson, 3d
Stephen Richardson, 4th
William Roberts
John Sleavry
Daniel Smith
Elijah Smith
David Stratton
Nathaniel Tourtellot
Jerva Townsend
Nicholas Tucker
John Wallis
David Wargatt or Margatt
Moses Wargatt or Margatt


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Capt. Simeon Milliken's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Black's Regiment.
March and April, 1813; 7 to 9 days only. Raised at Ellsworth. Service at Mount Desert. Captain Milliken volunteered and rendered service, having resigned and being discharged Dec. 11, 1812.
Rank and Name.
Simeon Milliken, Captain

Privates.
Isaac Alley
Peter Atherton
Thomas Atherton
Daniel Bennet
Dominicus Card
Eli Colby
Moses Day
Thomas Day
George Freeman
Reuben Freeman, Jr.
Reuben Freeman, Sr.
William Gilley
Eliab Gott
Nathaniel Gott
George Harman
William Harper
John Hodgdon
George Hubert
John Jackson
Charles Jones
Theodore Jones, Jr.
Benjamin Jordon, Jr.
Isaac Jordan
John G. Jordan
Joseph Jordan
Solomon Jordan, Jr.
Stephen F. Jordan
Walter Jordan, Jr.
Ivory H.Joy
John Lean
Jacob Lewey
Nathan Maddocks
John Manchester
John McKenzie
William McKenzie
Daniel Medar
William Murch
Robert Nason
Andrew Peters
Asa A. Pond
Jasper Pond
Joseph Tinker
Stephen G. Woodman