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Maine Militia, War of 1812: Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment

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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Capt. M. Robinson's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment.
From June 2 to June 25, and Sept. 4 to Sept. 8, 1814. Raised at Cushing. Service at Cushing.
Rank and Name.
Moses Robinson, Captain
Job Gay, Lieutenant

Dunbar Henderson, Sergeant
Darius Norton, Sergeant
Ephraim Robinson, Sergeant
Yarby Robinson, Sergeant
Benjamin Robinson, Sergeant
Cornelius Robinson, Sergeant
Thomas Smith, Corporal
Archibald Robertson, Corporal
Mabbry Robinson, Corporal
William Vose, Corporal
John Vose, Corporal

Privates.
Isaac Barton
Matthew Burton
Robert Davis
Saul Elwell
Isaac J. Gay
Saul Hartshorn
Hannce Hyler
Jacob Hyler
John Hyler
William Hyler
Thomas Jamerson
Andrew Malcom
James McCaller
Robert McCarther
Robert McIntire
Jabez Norton
George Nutting
Silas B. Nutting
Alexander Robinson
Charles Robinson
Henry Robinson
Jacob Robinson
John Robinson
John Robinson, 3d
Simon Robinson
Thomas Seavey
Joseph Smith
John Wiley
Robert Wiley
James Young


[p. 288]
Capt. M. Robinson's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment.
From June 2 to June 25, 1814. Service at Cushing.
Rank and Name.
Moses Robinson, Captain

William Burton, Sergeant
Benjamin Grafton, Sergeant
Dunbar Henderson, Sergeant
Darius Norton, Corporal

Privates.
Isaiah Bradford
Isaac Burton
Matthew Burton
Robert Carby
John M. Carter
Francis Davis
Francis Davis, 2d
George Davis
Richard Davis
Robert Davis
Saul Elwell
Saul Fogerty
Eleazer Gay
James Gilchrist
James Gilchrist, 2d
Joseph Gilchrist
Samuel Hartshorn
Saul Hartshorn
William Henderson
William Hyler
Arthur S. Killeran
Thomas Jameson
Julian Norton
Silas B. Nutting
William Page
William Page, Jr.
James Parsons
William Parsons
David Rivers
Thomas Rivers
Archibald Robinson
Benjamin Robinson
Charles Robinson
Charles Robinson, 2d
Edward Robinson
Jacob Robinson
John Robinson
John L. Robinson
Robert V. Robinson
Simon Robinson
Yardley Robinson
Thomas Seavy
John Vose
Robert Willey
William Willey
James Young

Capt. J. Haskell's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment.
From June 22 to June 27, Aug. 21 to Aug. 22, and Nov. 3 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Thomaston. Service at Camden.
Rank and Name.
John Haskell, Captain
Alexander Larmond, Jr., Lieutenant
John B. Rider, Lieutenant

Daniel Newcomb, Sergeant
James Willis, Sergeant
Ivory Hovey, Sergeant

Joseph Copeland, Jr., Sergeant
George Larmond, Corporal
Aaron L. Benson, Corporal
William Stackpole, Corporal
Franklin Sterns, Corporal
Peasley Wells, Musician
James Cox, Musician

Privates.
James Anderson
John Barnard
Simon Blood
Ephraim Boggs
Brackett Butler
John Creighton
Noyes Fales


[p. 289]
Benjamin Hall
John B. Hawks
Benjamin Kellock
Samuel Kellock
John Lovejoy
Henry McIntosh
Palmer McIntyer
Thomas McIntyer
William Robinson
Gideon Seavey
Edward Spear
John Stafford
Jacob Stall
Elias Storer
John Storer
Gilbert Tilson
David Vose
Nathan Woodcock
Patrick Woodcock
Benjamin Young

Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment.
From Sept. 3 to Sept. 18, 1814. Service at Camden.
Field and Staff.
Samuel Thatcher, Lieutenant Colonel, Warren
Isaac G. Reed, Major, Waldoboro
Herman Hawes, Major, Union
Jesse Page, Adjutant, Warren
James Head, Paymaster, Warren
Alfred Hovey, Quartermaster, Warren
Edmund Buxton, Surgeon, Warren
Joseph Huse, Surgeon's Mate, Camden
Jonathan Huse, Chaplain, Warren

Noncommissioned Staff.
William Crane, Sergeant Major
Thomas S. Mallett, Quartermaster Sergeant

Capt. G. Clouse's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment.
From Sept. 3 to Sept. 10, 1814. Raised at Waldoboro. Service at Camden.
Rank and Name.
George Clouse, Captain
Levi Soule, Lieutenant
John Wagner, Ensign

Godfrey Ludwing, Sergeant
William Close, Sergeant
George Kuhn, Sergeant
Charles Belnap, Sergeant
Eleazer Nash, Corporal
Jacob Roler, 3d, Corporal
Joseph Ludwing, Corporal
Henry Winchenpaw, Musician

Privates.
George Acron
Joseph Acron
George Arf or Orf
Saul Boardman
Jacob Close
Charles Cromer
Cornelius Cromer
Seneca Cushman
Paul Dolhiner
Daniel Flanders
John Genthnor
Charles Hager
Charles Hasses
William Hasses
Jacob Hock
John Hock
William Kennedy
Jacob Lash
Adam Light
George Light
James Ludwing
Richard Moore
George Overlock
John Overlock
John Overlock, 2d
Daniel Riply
Jacob Roler
Jacob Roler, 2d
Jacob L. Roler
John Roler
John W. Roler
Paul Roler
George Sidelinger
Charles Sides
Philip Sides
Abijah Sprague
John Turner
William Wagner
John Wallice
William Wallice
John Warner
Benjamin Wellman
Henry Winslow
Charles Witt
John W. Witt

Capt. J. Fuller's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment.
From Sept. 5 to Sept. 8, 1814. Raised at Warren. Service at Camden.
Rank and Name.
Jonathan Fuller, Captain
Marshall Wilber, Lieutenant
John M. Paskell, Ensign

Alexander Kellock, Sergeant
James Dickey, Sergeant
Joseph Bucklin, Sergeant
James Paskell, Sergeant
Charles Robinson, Corporal
Hugh Anderson, Corporal
Alexander Anderson, Corporal
John Jamison, Corporal
Joel Robbins, Musician
Ephraim Standish, Musician

Privates.
Archibald Anderson
Joshua Anderson
Jonathan G. Benson
John W. Blake
James Boggs
James Boggs, 2d
Joshua Brackett
Joshua Brackett, 2d
Rufus Conce
Daniel Condy
Amasa Copeland
Bois Copeland
John Copeland
Moses Copeland
Rufus Copeland
James Crawford
Ezra Cushman
Jacob Damoth
Israel Davis


[p. 290]
David Dickey
Saul French
William French
James Fuller
James Hall
William Hall
Peter Hysler
Adam Kellock
George Kimball
Alexander Libbey
George Libbey
Hatwil Libbey
Henry Libbey
Isaac Libbey
James Libbey
Oliver Libbey
Lot Lincoln
Andrew McCollum
Andrew McCollum, 2d
Archibald McCollum
John McCollum
Richard Robinson
William Robinson
John Rokes
George Sidensparder
John Sidensparder
John Skinner
Alexander Spear
Isaac Spear
David Standish
John Standish
William Standish
William Standish, 2d
Saul Summer
Seth Summer
Daniel Vaugh
John Vose
Seth Vose
William Walton
George Weston
Theodore Weston
Alexander Young
William Young

Capt. D. Grafton's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment.
From Sept. 3 to Sept. 7, and Nov. 3 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Union. Service at Camden.
Rank and Name.
David Grafton, Captain
Baly Moore, Ensign

John M. Thorndick, Sergeant
Elisha Bennet, Sergeant
John Bachelor, Sergeant
Noah Rice, Sergeant
David Snell, Corporal
John Stevens, Corporal
Nathaniel Toby, Corporal
Willard Gilmore, Corporal
Ebenezer W. Adams, Musician
James Adams, Musician

Privates.
Thomas Barnard
Jason Bartlett
Saul Bennet
Jason Bills
Ebenezer Blunt
Isaac Boothe
Amos Bowen
Ezra Bowen
John Burns
John Butler
John Butler, 2d
Nathan Carver
Ezekiel Clark
Joseph Clark
Alpheus Collamore
Henry Dagget
Samuel Dagget
William Dagget
Jesse Drake
John Drake
Henry Fossitt
Daniel B. Grinat
Ezekiel Hagar
Sewel Hagar
David Hascall
Noyes P. Hawes
Whiting Hawes
Josiah Hill
Evelio Houghton
Caleb Howard
Simon Hutler
Cornelius Irish
Howard Lathrop
Jacob Libbey
William Libbey
Daniel Lincoln
Benjamin Litchfield
Thadeus Luce
Henry March
Joseph Miller
Thomas A. Mitchell
Moses Morse
Stephen Peabody
Samuel Piper
Nathan Rice
John P. Robbins
James Sincklar
Nathaniel Sleeper
Shadrack Snell
James Thompson
John Thompson
Conly Titus
Isaac Townsend
John Whitney
Saul Wood

Capt. J. W. Lindley's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment.
From Sept. 3 to Sept. 8, 1814. Raised at Union. Service at Camden.
Rank and Name.
John W. Lindley, Captain
Harvy Maxey, Lieutenant
Saul Stone, Ensign

David Robbins, Sergeant
Peter W. Robbins, Sergeant
Fisher Hart, Sergeant
Reuben Hills, Sergeant
Spencer Mero, Musician
Thomas Arnold, Musician

Privates.
Nathan Carrid
Calvin Chase
Ebenezer Cobb
David Cumins
John Fogler
David Guy
Obed Guy
Joel Hills
Saul Hills
Ichabod Irish
Benjamin L. Law
James Literall
Waterman Maxey
Ebenezer Robbins
Thaddeus Sheperd
Moses Simons
Ziba Simons
Ebenezer Stone
Thomas Taylor
Saul Wentworth
Anson Young
David Young


[p. 291]
Capt. S. Parker's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment.
From Sept. 3 to Sept. 10, 1814. Raised at Friendship. Service at Friendship.
Rank and Name.
Simon Parker, Captain
John Studley, Lieutenant
Joseph H. Becker, Ensign

Frederic Bradford, Sergeant
Solomon Bickmore, Sergeant
Zenas Cook, Sergeant
Edward Gay, Sergeant
James Bradford, Corporal
James Frye, Musician

Privates.
Asa Bennet
Almond Burnet
George Card
John Card
James W. Chadwick
Cornelius Cook
Elijah Cook
Francis Cook
James Cook
James Cook, 2d
Saul Coudin
William Coudin
Benjamin Davis
Robert Davis
Robert Davis, 2d
Thomas Davis
Jonah Gay
Saul Geyer
Andrew Horn
Ezekiel S. Jonas
John Lathrop
Benjamin Lowry
Jerome Marble
Ebenezer Morse
Jonah Morse
Oliver Morse
Saul Morse
John Morton
Joshua Morton
Oliver Parker
Henry Winchenpaw

Capt. P. Keizor's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment.
From Sept. 4 to Sept. 10, 1814. Raised at Waldoboro. Service at Camden.
Rank and Name.
Philip Keizor, Captain
John Hunt, Lieutenant
Frederic Castner, Ensign

George Fooler or Fuller, Sergeant
Gardner Davis, Sergeant
Zebedee Simmons, Sergeant
Joseph Vinal, Sergeant
George Keiler, 2d, Sergeant
Joseph Overlock, Corporal
Nathaniel Pitcher, Corporal
George Keizor or Raizor, Corporal
Bradly Mowry, Musician
Caleb Howard, Musician

Privates.
Duty Allen
Benjamin Barnes
James Barnes
Jacob Barns
John Bartlett
Christopher Benner
George Benner
Jacob Benner
John Benner
Philip Benner
Hector Brown
Henry Burket
Jacob Burket, 2d
John Burket
John Burket, 3d
Charles Castner
John Clark
Abram Coll
James Coll
Abel Cushman
Nathan Ewell
John Farnsworth
Robert Farnsworth
Church Fish
Saul Fish
Andrew Fitzgerald
John Hahn
Andrew Hasses
George Hasses
Henry Hasses
Charles Heabner
Isaac Hebbard
William Howard
Charles Keen
George Keizor
Jacob Kuhn
Paul Kuhn
Peter Kuhn
Casiniah Lash
Amos Melvin
Andrew Mink
George Mink
John Mink
John Mink, 3d
Philip Mink
Philip Mink, 2d
Adam Newbit
Christopher Newbit
John Newbit
Michel Newbit, 2d
Michel Newbit, 3d
Jacob Overlock
Nathaniel Palmer
James Pitcher
John Pitcher
Peleg Russell
Jacob Schwartz
Peter Schwartz
James Shennemow
John Shuman
Joseph Shuman
Charles Sides
Lorin Sides
Joshua Speer
James Sproul
Thomas Sproul
Charles Swetland
Godfrey Taylor
Philip Taylor
John Vinal
Levi Wade
Michel Waldo
Saul Wallice
Matthias West
James White
Thomas Willet
Ezekiel Winslow
Jacob Winslow


[p. 292]
Capt. C. Miller's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment.
From Sept. 4 to Sept. 10, 1814. Raised at Waldoboro. Service at Camden.
Rank and Name.
Charles Miller, Captain
Jacob Ludwing, Lieutenant
Thomas Simmons, Ensign

John Brown, Sergeant
Saul Morse, Sergeant
Saul A. Thomas, Sergeant
Daniel Simpson, Sergeant
Daniel Blake, Corporal
Martin Dennett, Corporal
John Freeman, Corporal
Jacob Barker, Corporal
Christian Holter, Musician
James Simmons, Musician

Privates.
Charles Acron
George Acron
John Acron
Benjamin Arnold
Charles Benner, 2d
Frederic Benner
John Bonnemon
John Brock
John Chase
Charles Demuth
John Demuth
Philip Demuth
William Fish, Jr.
Joseph Groton
George Hahn
John B. Head
Philip Hill
George Kalah
John Kalah
Joseph Kalah
John Kinsel
John Labi
John Lash
Francis Light
Charles Miller
Frank Miller
John Miller
William Moody
George Overlock
Andrew Schenck
Jacob Schwartz, 4th
John M. Schwartz
John Sides
Charles Umberhind

Capt. L. Andrews' Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment.
From Sept. 5 to Sept. 8, 1814. Raised at Warren. Service at Camden.
Rank and Name.
Lemuel Andrews, Captain (absent)
Oliver Copeland, Ensign

William Montgomery, Sergeant
Stephen C. Burgess, Sergeant
Peter Fuller, Sergeant
Archibald Crawford, Corporal
Samuel Connce, Corporal
Abner Farrington, Corporal
Thomas Starrett, Musician
Miller Martin, Musician

Privates.
Nathaniel Cobb
Rowland Cobb
Mathew Comery
Charles Copeland
Alexander Crawford
Joseph Crawford
Malcomb Crawford
William Crawford
James Creighton
Jesse Dunbar
Isaac Farrington
John Farrington
John Hodges
Thomas Howard
Calvin Hunnewell
John Jones
Lewis Jones
John Kirkpatrick
Jeremiah D. Laurence
Joshua Laurence
Enoch Leach
Samuel Libbey
Smith Maxey
Robert Montgomery
Josiah Parker
John Payson
Joshua Rogers
Amasa Russell
Rufus Russell
Alexander Skinner
Ebenezer Skinner
James Skinner
Joseph Skinner
Thomas Skinner
Ansel Snow
Saul Spear
Henry Smell
Charles Starret
James Starret
Lewis Starret
William Starret
Charles Sumner
Zipha Swift
John Thomas
Charles Wetherbee

Capt. L. Andrews' Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment.
From Nov. 3 to Nov. 7. 1814. Raised at Warren. Service at Camden.
Rank and Name.
Lemuel Andrews, Captain
Benjamin Andrews, Lieutenant
Peter Fuller, Ensign

Cyrus Eaton, Sergeant
Archibald Crawford, Sergeant
Samuel Connce, Sergeant
Calvin Heminway, Sergeant
Alexander Crawford, Corporal
Roland Cobb, Corporal
Zipha Swift, Corporal
Jeremiah D. Lawrence, Corporal
Miller Martin, Musician

Privates.
Joshua Bogs
Nathaniel Cobb
Mathias Connry
Charles Copeland
Joseph Crawford
Malcom Crawford
William Crawford
James Creighton
Abner Farrington
Isaac Farrington
Samuel Fogarty
John Harrington
John Hodgkins
John Jones
Charles Kellock
Joshua Laurence
Shuman Laurence
Enoch Leach
Jerathmalel Leach
Samuel Libbey


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John Payson
Amasa Russell
Rufus Russell
Alexander Skinner
Ebenezer Skinner
James Skinner
Joseph Skinner
Thomas Skinner
Saul Spear
Henry Stall
Charles Starret
James Starret
Lewis Starret
William L. Starret
Charles Sumner

Capt. J. Fuller's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment.
From Nov. 3 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Warren. Service at Camden.
Rank and Name.
Jonathan Fuller, Captain
Marshall Wilber, Lieutenant
John M. Paskell, Ensign

Alexander Kellock, Sergeant
Joseph Bucklin, Sergeant
Charles Robinson, Sergeant
Hugh Anderson, Sergeant
George Weston, Corporal
Jonathan G. Benson, Corporal
Edward Weston, Musician
Alexander Anderson, Musician

Privates.
Joshua Anderson
John W. Blake
James Boggs
Robert Brown
Rufus Conce
Daniel Condy
Amasa Copeland
Bois Copeland
Moses Copeland
James Crawford
Ezra Cushman
Israel Davis
Osman Davis
David Dickey
Saul French
William French
James Fuller
Peter Hysler
Adam Kellock
William Lamson
George Libbey
Hatwell Libbey
Henry Libbey
Isaac Libbey
James Libbey
Oliver Libbey
Andrew McCollum
Archibald McCollum
John McCollum
Richard Robinson
George Sidensparder
John Sidensparder
Isaac Skinner
John Skinner
Alexander Spear
David Spear
Hugh Spear
Isaac Spear
James Standish
John Standish
William Standish
Philip Still
Saul Sumner
Daniel Vaugh or Vaughan
John Vose
Seth Vose
Alexander Young
William Young

Capt. J. W. Lindley's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment.
From Nov. 3 to Nov. 7, 1814. Raised at Union. Service at Camden.
Rank and Name.
John W. Lindley, Captain
Harvey Maxey, Lieutenant
Saul Stone, Ensign

David Robbins, Sergeant
Peter W. Robbins, Sergeant
Fisher Hart, Sergeant
Nathan Packard, Sergeant
Jacob Townsend, Musician
John Hart, Musician
Spencer Mero, Musician

Privates.
Nathan Carrid
Calvin Chase
David Gay
Obed Gay
Joel Hills
Reuben Hills, 2d
Ichabod Irish
Benjamin L. Law
James Litterall
Waterman Maxey
Jonathan Morse
Ebenezer Robbins
Moses Simons
Ziba Simons
Ebenezer Stone
John Taylor
Thomas Taylor
Saul Wentworth
Aaron Young
David Young


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Capt. M. Robinson's Company, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment.
From Nov. 3 to Nov. 7, 1814. Service at Cushing.
Rank and Name.
Moses Robinson, Captain

Privates.
Isaiah Bradford
Isaac Burton
William Burton
Francis Davis
Samuel Elwell
John Gay
Matthew Gilchrist
Samuel Harthorn
Dunbar Henderson
William Henderson
Herman Hyler
William Hyler
Thomas Jameson
James Karsons
Robert Kerby
Arthur F. Killeran
Thomas C. Killeran
William Killeran
Andrew Malcomb
William Malcomb
Isaac McCarter
James McCarter
John McCarter
Robert McCarter
John McIntire
Jonah Miller
Darius Norton
Jabez Norton
William Page, Jr.
Thomas Rivers
Archibald Robinson
Benjamin Robinson
Charles Robinson
Cornelius Robinson
E. Robinson
Jacob Robinson
John Robinson
John L. Robinson
John W. Robinson
Marlboro Robinson
Simon Robinson
Thomas Seavey
Martin Smith
Thomas Smith
William Vose
Robert Willey
William Willey
James Young

Lieut. L. Soule's Detachment, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment.
From Oct. 5 to Nov. 11, 1814. Raised at Waldoboro. Service at Friendship.
Rank and Name.
Levi Soule, Lieutenant

James F. Paskel, Sergeant
Edward Gay, Sergeant
John Pitcher, Corporal
Frederic Bradford, Corporal

Privates.
Thomas Arnold
Frederic Benner
James Boggs, 2d
Hector Brown
Flavel Butler
Charles Conner
Charles Conner, Jr.
F. Cook
Paul Dolhims
John Enghly
Charles Esenby
Charles Ewell
Charles Heaborn
Samuel Hill, 2d
Lines Jones
George Keizor
Joshua Larmand
Shuman Larrance
Jacob Lash
John Lash
Lot Lincoln
Lot Lincoln, 2d
Smith Maxey
Charles Meservy
Henry McBeath
Robert McIntire
James McLellan
Isaac Morton
Oliver Moses
Alexander Robinson
Thomas Seavey
James Shannemon
Ansel Snow
Michell Waldo
Charles Wetherbee
Peleg Willy
Theodore Wilson

Ensign J. McIntire's Detachment, Lieut. Col. S. Thatcher's Regiment.
From Sept. 5 to Oct. 6, 1814. Service at Cushing.
Rank and Name.
John McIntire, Ensign

Thomas Killeran, Sergeant
Eleazer Guy, Corporal

Privates.
Isaiah Bradford
Francis Davis
William Gage
Joseph Gilchrist
Arthur T. Killeran
William Malcom
William Parson
David Rivers
John L. Robinson
John W. Robinson