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Pension Project & Rosters
**War of 1812**

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VERMONT

File Contributions by Janice Jordan

Introduction from: State of Vermont ROSTER of SOLDIERS in the War of 1812-14,
prepared and published under the direction of Herbert T. Johnson, The Adjutant General, 1933.
Excerpts from pp 2-8.

"Napoleon, dominating Europe after the tremendous battle of Austerlitz in 1805, issued decrees declaring the continent closed to British good, and ordered all vessels seized that touched at a British port. England, still master of the seas when Admiral Nelson shattered the combined fleets of France and Spain off Cape Trafalgar in October of the same year, retaliated by seizing all merchant vessels which did not touch at British ports; and in consequence American ocean trade, caught between these two orders, was so havily reduced that in 1808-1809, President Madison tried by desperate diplomacy to bribe England and France to bid against each other for our trade. It happened at this time that British seamen deserted to the higher paid and better treated American merchantmen; and England, contemptuous of American naval weakness, exercised the 'right of search' on American vessels to recover her sorely needed seaman. In May 1811, our frigate President, chasing a British cruiser on which a Massachusetts citizen was impressed, was fired upon by a British sloop of war. American indignation was great. After Governor Harrison of the Northwest Territory had reported British ammunition in the hands of Indians, and Henry Clay's brilliant oratory had stirred great popular excitement, President Madison wrote a fiery message against British outrages, and on June 18, 1812, Congress declared war.

The United States was woefully unprepared. The regular army numbered less than seven thousand men, many of them raw recruits. Our fifteen ships had to match England's one thousand. Much went amiss. The commander at Detroit was court martialed and sentenced to death for timid abandonment of his post, and the generals at the other end of Lake Erie fought duels over mutual charges of cowardice instead of advancing against the enemy. Clay had boasted that the conquest of Canada could be accomplished by a small body of militia, but events proved that except for the victory of Perry's little Lake Erie fleet and Macdonough's brilliant maneuvers on Lake Champlain, we could hardly have been saved from a disastrous British invasion from Canada. Cheered by Perry's famous dispatch, 'We have met the enemy and they are ours,' Harrison recaptured Detroit, but in August, 1814, a small British force raided Washington and burned the city. Fortunately for us, however, England was principally engaged in fighting France, so that the United States had had time to build a few necessary ships. Though our Navy was still small, the exploits of such frigates as Old Ironsides proved the genius of American seamanship, and by a series of surprising triumphs kept the country in a fever of rejoicing. The war was disastrous to American exports, but fortunately our Navy in two years had captured some 2000 British merchantmen, and England, worn by trouble on all sides, signed peace with us at Ghent on Christmas Eve, 1814.

Such in brief are the facts relating to the War of 1812. Vermont's position as a state bordering both on Lake Champlain and Canada laid her open to especial danger, and made her part in the campaigns particularly important. When British impressment of American seamen had first stirred the nation in 1807, the Vermont Legislature adopted, by a vote of 169 to 1, a resolution which they forwarded to President Jefferson in 1807, in which they declared: 'And we do further for ourselves and our constituents declare that, fearless of the dangers to [which] we may be exposed as a frontier state, we shall be ever ready to obey the call of our common country, whenever it shall be necessary either for the purposes of redress or vengeance.' [Vt. Assembly Journal 1807 p. 230.] Jefferson, though not needing the help of Vermonters at the time, replied that their sentiments were 'worthy of their known patriotism.' Again in 1809, after further outrages, the Legislature sent a similar message to President Madison, who received it with equal gratitude. Consequently when Madison issued his proclamation of war, Governor Jonas Galusha and the legislature sustained the government and passed laws immediately to prohibit intercourse with Canada.

But is must be understood, that, though Vermonters could be stirred to patriotic fury by British indignities on the high seas, they were not all so eager to see their livelihood endangered by laws forbidding commerce with Canada. In consequence Galusha and the Democratic legislature were opposed in the 1813 elections by the Federalists who succeeded by a hotly contested vote of 112 to 111 in declaring Martin Chittenden as governor - a man who opposed the war. Yet there was no doubt as to the loyalty of the state as a whole.

At the outbreak of the war, after Congress had authorized the President to detach and organize 100,000 men for federal service, and the Secretary of War had apportioned 3000 to Vermont, the state promptly responded to the requisition, and Adjutant General David Fay, by command of Governor Galusha, ordered out four regiments of ten companies each, which were in service at Plattsburgh by September, 1812.

Within the state [of Vermont] the people were not prepared for war. The northern towns lived in constant fear of Indian incursions from Canada,and many citizens abandoned their houses and farms. Though the fear seems to have been unfounded, a small detachment of troops was stationed at North Troy, and the selectmen of several towns furnished and supported guards for the frontier villages of Troy, Derby and Canaan. On November 6, 1812, the legislature authorized the raising of a volunteer corps of sixty-eight companies (two brigades) for the service of the Federal Government, and by 1814 the entire male population of Vermont, aged from sixteen to sixty, volunteered for service on the occasion of the invasion of Plattsburg, though only those who lived nearby reached Plattsburg in time to engage in the battle. But there were scattering detachments that saw service elsewhere outside the state, principally in the campaign of 1814 on the Niagara frontier; and such men as were in that campaign served in the brigade under the immediate command of General Winfield Scott in the battles of Chippewa Plain and Lundy's Lane, and under Major General Brown in the terrific night battle of Fort Erie, August 15, 1814. For the most part, the Vermonters who served in the Regular Army were in the 11th, 26th, 30th and 31st Infantry. The 11th was organized in 1812, and served for the duration of the war, nearly three years. The other three were organized in the spring of 1813, to serve for one year, though a remnant of the 30th and 31st was in the Battle of Plattsburg in September, 1814. The plan of 1812 campaign was to garrison coast fortifications with local militia together with some Regulars while the main forces invaded Canada from Detroit and Niagara. The Plattsburg army was designed to protect the Vermont and New York frontiers, and therefore, nearly one-half its strength was recruited from Vermont.

In November, 1813, a portion of the militia of the third brigade and third division of Vermont militia, under Lieutenant Colonel Luther Dixon, crossed the Lake into New York and put themselves under Hampton's command. But Governor Chittenden, who was opposed to the war in the first place, and who believed that the militia should be employed only within the state 'to suppress insurrections and repel invasions' ordered them to return. But the entire militia was thoroughly disgusted with the Governor's proclamation, and Captain Sanford Gadcomb drew up a reply, signed by all the officers. Nevertheless the militia returned before their service had expired, and no further notice was taken of the transaction. Without more notable incident the northern campaign of 1813 ended.

Through the early months of 1814 there were frequent British marauding expeditions upon the northern frontier, but never did the encounters break into extensive hostilities. On the Lake, however, the war assumed a serious complexion. On May 14th, the British fleet opened fire on the battery at the mouth of Otter Creek, where Commander Macdonough, descending the river with his sloop of war and several galleys, forced the enemy to retreat without losing a man. A few days later Macdonough entered the Lake with his fleet and anchored at Cumberland Bay. At the same time Vermonters were enlisting in the Plattsburg army, attached to the 30th and 31st U.S. Regulars, and on the 11th of September the double battle, on land and water, took place. The ridiculously small and ill-trained land forces astonished the nation and the world by defeating a superior British force; and Commander, now Captain, Macdonough in a naval battle which still ranks as one of the major sea encounters in American history, effectively put an end to the British expectations of success across the American frontier, and thus hastened the treaty of peace which was signed on December 24th of the same year. T.H.J."



"The Battle of Lake Champlain" by Julian O. Davidson, 1884
Courtesy of Plattsburgh State Art Museum

PENSIONS & ROSTERS

Abbott, William, Capt. Salmon Howard, 2nd Regiment, ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER 
Adams, David
, Capt. George Atkins' Co., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Aldrich, Jacob, Capt. Samuel H. Holly, 11th Regiment
ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Aldrich, Timothy, Capt. John McNeil, Jr., 11th Regiment, ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION
Alexander, Amos, Capt. Stephen Brown, 3rd Regiment (Tyler's), CHITTENDEN COUNTY, ROSTER
Alexander, Kelley, Capt. Jason Duncan's Co., Col. John Sargeants' Regiment, WINDHAM COUNTY, ROSTER
Alford, Ammi
, FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Allen, Lyman, Corps of Artillery Co. commanded by Capt. Alexander S. Brooks, ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Andrews, Francis S., Regt. of Light Dragoons, STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTER
Andrus, Nathaniel K., Capt. Caleb Hendee, RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Asahel, Stacy, Capt. Josiah N. Barrows' Co., CHITTENDEN COUNTY, ROSTER
Armstrong, Phineas, Capt. Scovell's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Archer, Alfred, 9th Regt., Co. D., WINDSOR COUNTY, ROSTER
Bachellor, Aaron, 4th Regiment Vt. Militia commanded by Col. Williams, ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Backus, Garden B. Captain Gideon Spencer's Co., ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)

Backus, Shubal, Capt. Phelps' Co., Col. Jonathan Williams' Regiment, ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Bailey, Abselom, US ARMY, CHITTENDON COUNTY, PENSION
Bailey, Enos
, Capt. Daniel Farrington's Co., etc., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Bailey, Samuel, Capt. Mason's Co., Col. Fifield's Regiment, etc., ORLEANS COUNTY, ROSTER
Bailey, Timothy, Capt. Thomas Dorwin's Co., ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Baker, Isaac, Capt. Haig's Corps of Light Dragoons, ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Ball, Daniel, Lieut. William S. Foster's Co., 11th Regiment, ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Ballard, John, Capt. Samuel Gordon's Co., 11th Regiment, ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Barns, Hezekiah, 1st Regiment, 2nd Brigade, 3rd. Division, CHITTENDEN COUNTY, ROSTER
Beeman, Beriah, Capt. Joseph Beeman's Co., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Beeman, Friend
, Capt. Sanford's Co., 30th Inf., ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Beeman, Joseph, Capt. Joseph Beeman's Co., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Bemis, John L., 9th Regt., Co. D., WINDSOR COUNTY, ROSTER
Bent, Charles E., 9th Regt., Co. D. , WINDSOR COUNTY, ROSTER
Bentley, Thomas, Capt. John McNeil, Jr., Co., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Berry, Peleg, Lieut. P. Kimball's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Bickford, John, Capt. Morrill's Co., CALEDONIA COUNTY, ROSTER
Bidwell, Josiah, Capt. Warren Ellis' Co., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Billings, Isaac, Capt. Charles Follett's Co., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Billings, Nathaniel, FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Birge, Capt. Elijah, Col. Luther Dixon's Regiment, CHITTENDEN COUNTY,ROSTER
Blaisdell, David, Capt. Goodenou's Co., STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTER
Blanchard, Moses, Capt. Gideon Wheelock's Co., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Blinn, Samuel, Militia Captain - STATEWIDE - ROSTER
Boyle, Daniel, FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER,
Bragg, William, Lieut. Phineas Kimball's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Brewster, Charles, Capt. Josiah N. Barrows' Co., etc., CHITTENDEN COUNTY, ROSTER
Brewster, Samuel, Capt. Josiah N. Barrows' Co., CHITTENDEN COUNTY, ROSTER
Briggs, Capt. Ephraim, Col. J. Williams Regiment, WINDSOR COUNTY, ROSTER
Brookins, Philetus, Capt. John Wires' Co., etc., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Brookins, Silas, Jr., Capt. Asahel Scoville's Co., ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION
Brown, Francis, Capt. James Taylor's Co., BENNINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Brown, Richard, Capt. Brown's Co., Col. Martindale's Regiment, ROSTER
Brown, William, Lt. Bates' Co., 1st Regiment, etc. CHITTENDEN COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION
Buckman, Calvin, Capt. Nehemiah Noble, WINDSOR COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION
Buell, Samuel, Capt. Saxe's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Bullard, Lyman, Capt. Paron's Co., WINDHAM COUNTY, ROSTER
Burditt, George, Capt. Caleb Hendee's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Burridge, Jacob, Capt. Lot Hudson's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Burroughs, Jr., Corporal Timothy, Capt. Frederick Griswold's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Burroughs, Zebulon, Capt. Mason's Co., Col. Fifield's Regiment, ORLEANS COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION
Butterfield, Jonathan, Cap't E. Wallis's Co., STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTER
Butterfield, Samuel, Capt. Rogers' Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Butterfield, Jr., Samuel, Capt. James George's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Carpenter, Abel, Corning's Detachment, Vt. Militia, etc., ORLEANS-CALEDONIA-ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Carpenter, Caleb, Capt. Caleb Hendee's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Carter,1st Sergt. Able, Capt. David Robinson's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Carter, John, Capt. Rogers' Co., Col. Fifield's Regiment, CALEDONIA COUNTY, ROSTER
Carter, JR., John, Capt. Thomas Waterman's Co., LAMOILLE COUNTY, ROSTER
Carter, Joseph, Capt. Sanford's Co., 30th Infantry, CALEDONIA COUNTY, ROSTER
Carter, Lyman W., Capt. Denison Cook's Co., LAMOILLE COUNTY, ROSTER
Carter, Samuel, Capt. Rogers' Co., Col. Fifield's Regiment, CALEDONIA COUNTY, ROSTER
Cartier, Amon,Capt. Gideon Spencer's Co., ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Castle, Joel, 3 Regiment Vt. Militia commanded by Col. Tyler, BENNINGTON-Unknown-Statewide County, ROSTER
Chamberlin, Cyrus, Capt. Salmon Howard's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Chamberlin, William, Capt. Joseph Barrett's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Cheney, Ephraim, Capt. Micah Brown's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Cheney, Paul J., Capt. Sanford's Co., 30th Infantry, CALEDONIA COUNTY, ROSTER
Cheney, Samuel, Capt. Micah Brown's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Chubb, John, Capt. Abel Jackman's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Chubb, Joseph, Capt. Abel Jackman's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Clark, Col. Isaac, 11th Infantry, 48th Infantry, 26th Infantry, BENNINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Clough, Josiah, Capt. Jedediah H. Harris' Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Cobb, John C., Capt. Chase's Co., etc., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Colby, Moses, Capt. Joseph Beeman's Co., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Cook, Samuel, Col. Wm. Williams' Regiment, RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Cook, Samuel, Capt. Warren Ellis' Co., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Corey, Russell, Capt. Nehemiah Perkins' Co., 4 Regiment, LAMOILLE COUNTY, ROSTER
Cram, Humphrey, ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Crosby, Jonathan, FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Crosby, Corporal Thomas, FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Crosier, Samuel, Lt., Capt. Preston's Company, 3rd Regiment, WINDHAM COUNTY, ROSTER
Culver, Jeremiah, Capt. Cyrus Jonson's Co., etc., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Culver, Samuel, Capt. Samuel Hand's Co., ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Cummings, Stephen, William S. Foster's Co., WINDHAM COUNTY, ROSTER
Cushman, Willard S., Capt. David Knox's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Cushman, Sergeant William, Capt. David Knox's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Darby, John, Capt. Simeon Wright's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Darby, John W., Capt. Lebbeus Egerton's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Darling, Gilbert A., 9th Regt., Co. D., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Davis, Edward W., 9th Regt., Co. D., WINDSOR COUNTY, ROSTER
Davis, James, Capt. John McNeil Jr., 11th Regt., STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTER
Davis, John, Capt. Timothy Hubbard's Co., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Davis, Fifer John, Capt. Durkee's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Davis, George W., 9th Regt., Co. D., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Davis, Solomon, Capt. Johnathan Starks' Company, 11th Regiment, STATEWIDE COUNTY, ROSTER
Dibill, John, FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Dickinson, John, Capt. David B. Phippeney's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Dickinson, Thomas, Lieut. V.R. Goodrich's Co., etc., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Diggins, Azro B., 9th Regt., Co. D., WINDSOR COUNTY, ROSTER
Dodge, Capt. Andrew, Col. Fifield's Regiment, WINDSOR COUNTY, ROSTER
Dodge, Charles H., 9th Regt., Co. D., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Dodge, Daniel, Capt. Thomas Waterman's Co., Dixon's Regiment, LAMOILLE COUNTY, ROSTER
Dodge, David, Capt. Thomas Waterman's Cmpany, Dixon's Regiment, LAMOILLE COUNTY, ROSTER
Dodge, Sergt Jacob F., Capt. Timothy Hubbard's Co., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Dodge, Jr., James, Capt. Thomas Waterman's Co., Dixon's Regiment, LAMOILLE COUNTY, ROSTER
Dodge, Phineas, Capt. Thomas Waterman's Co., Dixon's Regiment, LAMOILLE COUNTY, ROSTER
Dodge, Phineas, Capt. Timothy Hubbard's Co., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Dodge, Robert, Capt. Walker's Co., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Doud, Ebenezer, Capt. Seneca Page's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION
Dougherty, Benjamin, Capt. White Youngs' Co., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Doughtey, Isaac, Capt. Brown's Co., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Doughty, Spencer, Capt. Asahel Scoville's Co., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Downing, John, Battle of Plattsburgh, NY, CHITTENDEN COUNTY, ROSTER
Doxey, John, Col. Judson, 1 Regt. Vt. Militia, STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTER
Dunham, Othaniel, Lt., Capt. Ellis Keyes' Co., WINDSOR COUNTY, PENSION (widow's)
Durkee, George W., 9th Regt., Co. D., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Dwinell, Amos, Capt. Ephraim Hackett's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Eastman, John
, Capt. John Rogers' Co., etc., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Ellis, Waren, Barre Co., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Ellsworth, Jesse, Capt. Edmund B. Hill's Com., ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Ellsworth, Lewis E., Capt. Edmund B. Hill's Co., ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Evans, Calvin R., Capt. Scovell's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Ewing, Daniel S., Capt. Durham Sprague's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Ewings, William, Capt. Shubael Wales' Co., Col. W. B. Sumner's Regiment, ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Fairchild, Sergt Levi, Col. Williams' Regt., STATEWIDE, ROSTER
Farnham, Alfred, Capt. Roswell Hunt's Co., 3rd Regiment, CHITTENDEN COUNTY, ROSTER
Farnsworth, George H., 9th Regt., Co. D., WINDSOR COUNTY, ROSTER
Field, Levi W., 9th Regt., Co. D., WINDSOR COUNTY, ROSTER
Fiffield, Edward, Lieutenant Colonel Commandant of 2nd Regiment, CALEDONIA COUNTY, ROSTER
Finch, Serg. Ira, Capt. Isaac Finch's Co., STATEWIDE, ROSTER
Finchon, John, 9th Regt., Co. D., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Ingraham, Daniel, Capt. Simeon Wright's Co., ADDISON COUNTY, PENSION
Fish, Nathaniel, Captains Wheatly and Wright, etc., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Fisk, Amos, Capt. Josiah Grout's Co., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Fisk, Benjamin, Capt. David Robinson's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Fisk, William, Capt. David Robinson's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Flanders, David, Lieut. Phineus Kimball's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Foss, JohElijah, 9th Regt., Co. D., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Foss, Elijah D., 9th Regt., Co. D., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Foss, Nathaniel, Capt. Morrill's Co., ORLEANS-CALEDONIA COUNTIES, ROSTER & PENSION
French, Barzilla, Capt. Mason's Co., ORLEANS COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION
French, Joseph W., Capt. Lebbeus Egerton's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Fuller, Absalom,Capt. Wait Branch's Co., ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Fuller, Calvin, Capt. John W. Weeks' Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Fuller, Daniel, Corporal, Capt. Gideon Spencer, Capt. James Taylor, 30th Regt., UNKNOWN COUNTY, ROSTER
Fuller, Daniel S., Capt. Pettes' Co., Col. Wm. Wiliams Regt., UNKNOWN COUNTY, ROSTER
Fuller, Emery
, Capt. Warren Ellis' Co., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Fuller, Sergeant James, Capt. Ira Corse's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Fuller, John C., Capt. Wait Branch's Co., Addison-Rutland Counties, ROSTER
Fuller, Jeremiah, Capt. John W. Weeks' Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Gallup, William W., 9th Regt., Co. D., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Gardner, John, Capt. Aiken's Co., STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTER
Gates, Elisha E., 11th Regt., Co. H., WINDHAM COUNTY, ROSTER
Gates, Horace, Capt. Martin D. Folett's Co., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Gibbs, Truman C., Capt. Edmund B. Hill's Co., Sumner's Regiment, ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Gilbert, George Nye, Surgeon's Mate, RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Glynn, Justinian C., 9th Regt., Co. D., WINDSOR COUNTY, ROSTER
Goodno, Asa, Capt. Smith's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Gould, Nathaniel, Capt. Phineas Williams Co., etc., WINDHAM COUNTY, ROSTER
Gray, William, Capt. Wheeler's Co., Col. Fifield's Regiment, CALEDONIA COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION
Green, George, Capt. Saxe's Co., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Green, Ido, 6th Co., 3rd Regiment 2nd Brigade, etc., CHITTENDEN COUNTY, ROSTER
Green, Capt. Salmon, of Cambridge Co., LAMOILLE COUNTY, ROSTER
Griffin, Daniel, 6th Co., 3rd Regiment 2nd Brigade, etc., CHITTENDEN COUNTY, ROSTER
Hall, Edward, Capt. Lebbeus Egerton's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Hall, Joel, Sumners' Regt., UNKNOWN COUNTY, ROSTER
Hamlin, Joel
, Capt. Spencer's Co., ORLEANS COUNTY, ROSTER
Hamlin, Lorin, Capt. Hotchkiss' Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Hanks, Jarvis, Capt. Samuel Gordon's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Harrington, Joshua, Capt. Durham Sprague's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Harris, James, Capt. Bethrong's Co., Bennington-Statewide-Unknown County, ROSTER & PENSION
Harris, Capt. Jedediah H., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Hawley, Truman, Capt. Samuel Blinn's Co., STATEWIDE 
Hawley, Zadlock, Capt E Wallis's Co., STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTER
Hays, Elam, Capt. Wm. Miller's Co., Capt. Gideon Spencer's Co., ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Hayward, Harry, Hospital Attendants, WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Hazelton, David, Major A. Warner's Co., ORLEANS COUNTY, ROSTER
Hemingway, E.G., Capt. George W. Kindall's Co., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Hendee, Abner, Capt. Caleb Hendee's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Hendee, Daniel, Capt. Caleb Hendee's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Higgins, Uriah, Capt. Samuel Gordon's Co., ADDISON/STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTER
Hill, Ebenezer, Capt. Conrad Sax's Co., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Hinds, Eli, 2 Regt. Vt. Militia commanded by Col. Fifield, LAMOILLE COUNTY, ROSTER
Hixon, Joseph, Capt. Wheatly's Co., etc., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Hodgkins, Adjutant Thomas, Capt. Oliver Mason's Co., WINDSOR COUNTY, ROSTER
Hoffman, John, Capt. Wheeler's Co., WINDSOR-Unknown-STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTER
Hogaboom, James, Capt. Daniel Farrington's Co., etc., BENNINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Hooker, Oris, RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Howard, William, Capt. Warren Ellis' Co., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Howe, Hezekiah, Capt. David Robinson's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Hoyt, Sergt. Benah, 1 Regt. (Judson's) Vt. Militia, STATEWIDE, ROSTER
Hunter, William, 8th Regiment, Co. F., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Jackson, Asa, Capt. Taylor's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Jackson, Gratan, Capt. Taylor's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Jackson, John, Capt. Thomas Hall's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Jackson, Michael, Capt. Lebbeus Egerton's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Jackson, Corporal Reuben, Capt. Caleb Hendee's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Jarvis, William, Dep Com., STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTER
Jenner, Samuel, 1 Regiment, RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Johnson, Asahel, Capt. Matthew Anderson's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Johnson, Enduring, RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Johnston, Willie, Co. D, 3rd Regiment, ORLEANS COUNTY, ROSTER
Jones, Henry Sergeant, Captain Holley, ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Jones, Henry, Captured Feb. 22, 1813 at Stoney Point; discharged Oct. 31, 1814, ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Jones, Nathan, Capt. David Rising's Co., etc., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Jones, Reuben, Col. Isaac Clark's Rifle Corps, RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Judd, John, Capt. Ithiel Stone's Co., 1st Regt. 2nd Brig. 3rd Div., STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTER
Justison, Lawrence, Capt. White Youngs' Co., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Kellogg, Amos, Capt. Caleb Hendee's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Kenyon, Sylvester, Capt. Barnes' Co., STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTER
Keyes, Capt. Elias, WINDSOR COUNTY, ROSTER
Kimball, Lt. Phineus, ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Knight, John C., Capt. George Atkin's Co., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Lamphere, John, Lieut. V.R. Goodrich's Co., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Lamphier, Shubal, Capt. Phineas Williams' Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Larkins, Russell, FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Lawrence, John, 1 Regt. (Judson's) Vt. Militia, WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Lewis, John, Capt. Wait Branch's Co., ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Lincoln, John H., Capt. Caleb Hendee's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Lincoln, Linas, Capt. Stephen Brown's Co.,  STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTER
Lincoln, Obed, Martindale's 1st Regiment, STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTER
Lincoln, William, Capt. Hezekiah Barns' Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Linsley, Gilbert, Capt. Edmund B. Hill's Co., ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Liscum, Solomon, FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Livingston, James, 1st Regiment of Detached Militia, etc., BENNINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Lockwood, Alured, Capt. Kendall's Co., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION
Lockwood, Levi, Capt. Samuel H. Farnsworth's Co., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Lord, John, Lieut. Justus Foote's Co., WINDHAM-Statewide-Unknown County, ROSTER
Lovell, Joseph, Sumner's Regt. Vt. Militia, RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Lovell, Nehemiah, Sumner's Regt. Vt. Militia, RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Lovell, Silavous, Navy Dept., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Lynde, Lewis, Capt. Parson's Co., WINDHAM COUNTY, ROSTER
Macmoney, Thomas, FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Madison, John, Capt. James Taylor's Co., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Majors, George, Cap't E Wallis's Co., STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTER
Majors, George, Jr., Capt. Josiah Grout's Co., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Majors, Moses, Capt. James Taylor's Co., STATEWIDE, ROSTER
Marsh, Daniel, WINDSOR COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Martin, Caleb, Capt. Wright's Co., Col. Martindale's Regiment, etc., GRAND ISLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Martin, William, Capt. James English's Co., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION
Martindale, Jr., Sergeant Major Stephen, Col. Martindale's Regiment, BENNINGTON COUNTY, PENSION
Martindale, Col. Stephen, Regiment of Detached Militia, etc., BENNINGTON COUNTY & STATEWIDE, ROSTER
Mason, Roman, 4 Regt. (Williams') Militia, STATEWIDE, ROSTER
Mastens, James, Capt. John McNeil Jr., STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTERS
Mastin, Thomas, Capt. John McNeil Jr., 11th Regt. STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTERS
McCoy, Daniel, aka OBER, Peter S.
, Capt. Taylor's Co., LAMOILLE COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
McDonald, John, Capt. Micah Brown's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
McNeil, Captain John, Jr., 11th Regt., STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTER
Merrill, David, FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Merrill, Lt. Asa, Capt. Abel Jackman's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Merrill, David, Capt. Amos Stiles' Co., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Merrill, Eliphalet, Capt. Abel Jackman's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Merrill, Henry L., Capt. Mason's Co., ORLEANS COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION
Merrill, James, Capt. Jonathan Jennings' Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Merritt, Giles, Capt. Gideon Wheelock's Co., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Millington, Hiram, Capt. Caleb Hendee's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Mitchell, Abial, Capt. Daniel Farrington's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Mitchell, John B., Capt. Kendall's Co., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Mix, Ira, Capt. John Wires' Co., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Morgan, Sergeant Justin, Capt. Elias Keyes' Co., WINDSOR COUNTY, ROSTER
Morse, Daniel, Capt. Kendall's Co., etc., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Nelson, John, Capt. Jedediah H. Harris' Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Nichols, Corporal David, Capt. Lot Hudson's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Nichols, Washington, Capt. Lot Hudson's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Niles, David, Capt. Preston's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Nourse, Timothy, Capt. Robert Reed's Co., etc., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Nye, Ephraim, Capt. Timotny Hubbard's Co., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Ober, Israel, Capt. Thomas Waterman' Co., Dixon's Regt., ORLEANS COUNTY, ROSTER
Orvis, John M., Capt. Noyes' Co., WINDHAM COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Page, Benjamin, Capt. Morrill's Co., Col. Fifield's Regiment, CALEDONIA COUNTY, ROSTER
Page, Benjamin, Capt. Gideon Wheelock's Co., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Page, John, Capt. Wheeler's Co., Col. Fifield's Regiment, CALEDONIA COUNTY, ROSTER
Page, Josiah, Capt. Morrill's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION
Parker, Abraham, Capt. Asaph Smith's Co., ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Parker, Ebenezer P., Capt. Ira Corse's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Parker, Josiah, Capt. Silas Wright's Co., ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Parker, Morrill, Capt. Salmon Foster, Sumner's Regiment, ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Patterson, Isaac, Capt. Warren Ellis' Co., LAMOILLE COUNTY, ROSTER
Patterson, Lieut. Peter, Capt. Nehemiah Perkin's Co., 4 Regiment, etc., LAMOILLE COUNTY, ROSTER
Peach, Thomas (MD), 2 Regt. (Fifield's) Vt. Militia, STATEWIDE COUNTIES,ROSTER & PENSION
Perham, Jessey, Capt. Asa Wilkins' Co., Dixon's Regiment, LAMOILLE COUNTY, ROSTER
Perham, Joel W., Capt. Moody Shattuck's Co., LAMOILLE COUNTY, ROSTER
Perkins, Nathaniel, Capt. Lowry's Co., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Pine, James, Capt. Walker's Co., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Pingry, John, Capt. Jedediah H. Harris' Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Powers, James, Capt. Lebbeus Egerton's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Pratt, David, Capt. John McNeil, Jr., Co., WINDHAM-Statewide-Unknown County, ROSTER
Pratt, David, Capt. Burnap's Co., WINDHAM-Statewide-Unknown County, ROSTER & PENSION
Pratt, David I., Capt. John McNeil, Jr., Co., WINDHAM-Statewide-Unknown County, ROSTER
Pratt, Sol. C., Capt. Noyes' Co., WINDHAM-Statewide-Unknown County, ROSTER & PENSION
Putnam, Asa, Capt. Phelps' Co., Col. Jonathan Williams' Regiment, LAMOILLE COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Reed, Andrus, Capt. Frederick Griswold's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Rich, Samuel, Lieutenant under Capt. Holley & under General Hampton, ADDISON-CHITTENDEN COUNTIES
Rich, Samuel, Capt. Timothy Hubbard's Co., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Richardson, David, Capt. Chadwick's Co., etc., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Ritterbush, William, Capt. Asa Wilkins' Co., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Roberts, Roswell , Corning's Detachment, STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTER
Robbins, John, 3rd Lieutenant in Capt Samuel Hand's Co., ADDISON-RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Robins, Elias , Corning's Detachment, STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTER
Robinson, Samuel B., Capt. Taylor's Co.,etc., ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION
Royce, John, Capt. Samuel Hand, ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Russ, Amasa, Capt. Mathias S. Jones' Co., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Russell, Seth, Capt. Brown's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION
Sanborn, Joseph, Capt. Jedediah H. Harris' Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Sanborn, Joseph, Capt. Abel Jackman's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Sanders, George, Capt. Coser's Co., BENNINGTON-Statewide-Unknown County, ROSTER
Sanderson, Jabez, 2 Regt. (Fifield's) Vt. Militia., STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTER
Sanderson, William, 2 Regt. (Fifield's) Vt. Militia., STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTER
Sanford, David, Captain 30th Infantry, STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTER 
Scott, Joseph, ORLEANS COUNTY, ROSTER
Selleck, Moses, RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Senter, Isaac, ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Sharp, Daniel, Capt. John S. Bicknell's Co., WINDSOR COUNTY, ROSTER
Shaw, Benoni, Capt. Dennison Cook's Co., LAMOILLE COUNTY, ROSTER
Shaw, Crispus, Capt. Dennison Cook's Co., LAMOILLE COUNTY, ROSTER
Sias, James, Capt. Mason's Co., ORLEANS COUNTY, ROSTER
Sias, John, Capt. Mason's Co., ORLEANS COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Simmons, Jacob, Capt. Caleb Hendee's Co., Rutland County, ROSTER
Smith, David, Capt. Barns' Co., Col. Wm. Williams' Regiment, ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Smith, Ezra, Capt. Phineas Williams' Co., 11th Regt., STATE OF VERMONT ROSTER OF SOLDIERS IN THE WAR OF 1812-14, published 1933, p 389
Smith, Isaiah, Capt. John Wires' Co., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Smith, Stephen, Capt. Moulton's Co., ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Smith, Waitstill, Capt. Cyril Chandler's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Spear, Sergeant Jacob, Capt. Wright's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Sprague, Eliakaim,Capt. Samuel H. Holly's Co., 11th Regiment, ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
St. John, Thomas P., Capt. Samuel H. Farnsworth Co., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION
Stanton, Isaac W., Capt. Solomon Langmaid's Co., CALEDONIA COUNTY, ROSTER
Starks, William T., Capt. Sanford's Co., 30th Infantry, BENNINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Stearns, Erastus, Capt. William Miller's Co., etc., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Stearns, John, 1 Regt. (Judson's) Vt. Militia, UNKNOWN COUNTY, ROSTER
Stearns, John, 1 Regt. (Judson's) Vt. Militia, UNKNOWN COUNTY, ROSTER
Stearns, John E., Capt. Sabins' Co., Col. Jonathan Williams' Regt. Detached Militia, UNKNOWN COUNTY, ROSTER
Stearns, Capt. M
., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Steele, Abel, Lieut. V.R. Goodrich's Co., WINDHAM COUNTY, ROSTER
Steele, James, Capt. Lebbeus Egerton's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Steele, Samuel, Capt. Jones' Co., WINDHAM-Statewide-Unknown County, ROSTER & PENSION
Stevens, Sr., John, Washington County
Stevens, Jr. John, Washington County
Stodder, Edwin
, FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Sumner, Ensign John A., Sumner's Regiment, STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTER
Sumner, Col. William B., Colonel of Sumner's Regiment, STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTER
Sunderland, Asa, Capt. George Fisher's Co., ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Sturdevant, Silas, FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Sturtevant, Zophar, Capt. James English's Co., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Swasey, Jarock, FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Swett, II, Luke, Capt. Morrill's Co., Col. Fifield's Regiment, CALEDONIA COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Taylor, Daniel, 4 Regt. Peck's Vt. Militia, RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Taylor, James, Capt. Cyrus Johnson's Co., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Taylor, John B., ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER
Thomas, Daniel, FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Thomas, Corporal Lucas, Capt. Scovell's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Thompson, Benjamin, 3 Regt. (Tyler's) Vt. Militia, WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Thompson, Isaac S., Capt. Warren Ellis' Co., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Thompson, John, Capt. Warren Ellis' Co., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Upham, Benjamin, FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Upham, Jr., Samuel, Capt. Timothy Hubbard's Co., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Vesey, Benjamin, Capt. Lot Hudson's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Washburn, Reuben, Capt. Mason's Co., ORLEANS COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Walker, Luther, Capt. Jesse Post's Co., WINDHAM COUNTY, ROSTER
Wallace, John, Capt. White Young's Co., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Ware, Daniel H., Third Regiment, STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTER
Washburn, Reuben, Capt. Mason's Co., ORLEANS COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Washburn, Reuben, Capt. Saxe's Co., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION
Watson, James, Capt. Morrill's Co., Col. Fifield's Regiment, CALDEONIA COUNTY, ROSTER
Watson, James, Capt. Joseph Beeman's Co., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Webb, Lt. Reuben, Capt. Henry J. Horton's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Weed, Sergeant Ira, Capt. Strait's Co., BENNINGTON COUNTY-Statewide, ROSTER
Weeks, Lyman, Capt. Amos Robinson's Co., STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTER
Wellman, Reuben, Capt. John Wires' Co., etc., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Wells, Isaac, Capt. Gideon Wheelock, WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Wheeler, Abiather, Capt. Samuel H. Holly's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Wheeler, Peter, Capt. Eseck Sprague's Co., Sumner's Regiment, CHITTENDEN COUNTY, ROSTER
Wheeler, Robert, STATEWIDE COUNTIES, PENSION (widow's)
Wheeler, Robert, STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTER
Wheeler, Silas, Capt. Mason's Co., ORLEANS COUNTY, ROSTER
Whitney, Caleb, Capt. Wm. Miller's Co., etc., WINDHAM COUNTY, ROSTER
Wilcox, Aaron, Capt. Taylor's Co., etc., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Wilcox, Alansen Chittenden-Franklin-Washington Counties, Stephen WILCOX, PENSION, all others ROSTER
Wilcox, Fifer Amon, WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Wilcox, Anson, WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Wilcox, Edward, WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Wilcox, Elisha, WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Wilcox, Erastus, WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Wilcox, Iram, WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Wilcox, John, WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Wilcox, Joseph, Capt. Jonathan Prentiss, etc., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Wilcox, Joseph, WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Wilcox, Noah, CHITTENDEN COUNTY
Wilcox, Stephen, WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Wilcox, Thomas, WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Wilcox, William, WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Wilkins,Captain Asa, Lt. Col. Luther Dixon's Regiment, FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Willard, Silas, Capt. Warren Ellis' Co., WASHINGTON COUNTY, ROSTER
Willson, Lotan, Capt. Joseph Beeman's Co., FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Wilson, Nathaniel, Capt. James Gray Jr., Sumner's Regiment, ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER & PENSION (widow's)
Wilson, Samuel, FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Winchester, Walter, WINDHAM COUNTY, ROSTER
Wires, Capt. John, 30th Infantry, FRANKLIN COUNTY, ROSTER
Woodard, Leonard, Capt. Lebbeus Egerton's Co., ORANGE COUNTY, ROSTER
Wright, Jr., Ebenezer, Capt. O. Durkee's Co., Col. Fifield's Regiment, Essex-Unknown County, ROSTER
Wright, Elihu, Capt. Mason's Co., ORLEANS COUNTY, ROSTER
Wright, Moses, Capt. Jonathan P. Stanley's Co., BENNINGTON COUNTY-Statewide-Unknown County, ROSTER
Wright, Samuel, Capt. Jonathan P. Stanley's Co., BENNINGTON COUNTY-Franklin-Unknown County, ROSTER
Wright, Captain Simeon, 1st Regt., 2 Regt. (Fifield's) Vt. Militia, 30th Inf., UNKNOWN COUNTY, ROSTER
Wylie, Jr., Peter
, Capt. Mason's Co., Col. Fifield's Regiment, LAMOILLE COUNTY, ROSTER
Yaw, Oliver, Capt. Caleb Hendee's Co., RUTLAND COUNTY, ROSTER
Young, Capt. Jonathan M., STATEWIDE COUNTIES, ROSTER
Young, William, Capt. Ebenezer Jenney's Co., ADDISON COUNTY, ROSTER

Regiments known to be formed or recruited primarily from Vt. men, and the battles those Regiments were present for.

1st Rifle Regiment (had some men from Vt., but also La, Ms, Ky, Oh, In, and Ny)
Gannonoque, 21 Sep 1812
Elizabethtown, 07 Feb 1813
Ogdensburg, 22 Feb 1813
York, 27 Apr 1813
Fort George, 27 May 1813
Stoney Creek, 06 Jun 1813,
Hoople's Creek, Massequoi Village, 
12 Oct 1813 LaColle Mill, 30 Mar 1814
Sandy Creek, 30 May 1814
Conjockta Creek, 03 Aug 1814
Fort Erie, 03 Jul 1814
Plattsburg, 11 Sept 1814
and some were at Point Petre 13 Jan 1815

11th Infantry- primarily men from Vt.
Chrysler's farm, 11 Nov 1813
LaColle Mill, 30th Mar 1814
Chippewa. 05 Jul 1814
Lundy's Lane, 25 Jul 1814
Fort Erie, 03 Jul, 1814

26th Infantry, prim. men from Vt.
Longwoods, 04 Mar 1814
Fort Erie, 03 Jul 1814

30th Infantry, prim. men from Vt
LaColle Mill
Plattsburg, 11 Sep 1814

31st Infantry, prim. men from Vt.
Chateaugay
LaColle Mill
Plattsburg

BATTLE OF PLATTSBURG
all of those Regiments listed above as being there plus; 4th Infantry, (NH)
6th Infantry, (NY)
13th Infantry, (NY)
33rd Infantry, (Ma)
34th Infantry, (Ma)

Transcribed by Patrick Cummings
Posted with permission by Jan Jordan



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