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[endorsement]
I was present and Witnessed the payment of this company except E. T. Lamb
Wm Thomas1
WE, the subscribers, do hereby acknowledge to have received ofT P. AndrewsPaymaster, the sums annexed to our names respectively, being in full of our pay and allowances, for the period herein expressed, having signed duplicates hereof.2
No. NAMES. RANK. PERIOD OF SERVICE. PAY PER MONTH. AMOUNT OF PAY. clothing of Servants SUBSISTENCE. 40 cts.[cents] PER DAY, USE OF HORSE, ARMS, &c. 25 cts. PER DAY, FOR RATIONS AND FORAGE. TRAVELLING ALLOWANCE. AMOUNT. SIGNATURES. WITNESSES. REMARKS.
Commencement. Expiration. Months. Days. Pay. Subsistence.
175. Miles 83/4 days.
Abraham Lincoln Captain 21 April 27 May 1832 1 6 40 47[.]74 29[.]60 14[.]80 11[.]65 10[.]50 126[.]43 A. Lincolin $7.40
Servant " " 5 5[.]96 2[.]98 7[.]40 1[.]45 1[.]75
Saml. M. Thompson 1 Lieut.[Lieutenant] " 30 April 10 30 10[.]00 8[.00] 4[.00] Resigned 30 April
Servant " " 5 1[.]66 1[.]83 2[.00]
John Brannan 2 Lieut " 27 May " 1 6 25 29[.]83 29[.]60 14[.]80 7[.]27 10[.]50 104[.]14 John. Brannan 7.40. stoppage
Servant 5 5[.]96 2[.]98 7[.]40 1[.]45 1[.]75
Stoppages
1 John. Armstrong Sergeant " " 1 6 8 9[.]54 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 3[.]09 7[.]80 39[.]86 John. Armstrong
2 T. B. Anderson " " " 9[.]54 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 3[.]09 7[.]80 39[.]86 T. B. Anderson
3 G. W. Foster " " 8 8 2[.]13 1[.]00 3 20 3[.]20 2[.00] 6[.]33 G. W. Foster Transferd to Foot Co.[Company] 29 April
4 O. Morgan " " 27 May 9[.]54 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 3[.]09 7[.]80 39[.]86 O. Morgan
1 Thos. Combe Corporal " " 733 8[.]74 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]83 7[.]80 38[.]403 Thos Combs
2 Jno. Plaster " " " "1666 8[.]61 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 38[.]41 John Plaster Resigned from Corpl[Corporal] 20 May 1832
3 W. F. Burry " " " 733 8[.]74 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]83 7[.]80 33[.]80^40^ W. F. Burey
4 Alex. Trent " " " 8[.]74 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]83 7[.]80 38[.]80 A. Trent.
1 Jno. Erwin Private " " 66618 ^9 26^8[.]99 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 3[.]09 7[.]80 39[.]31 Jno. Erwin Pro:[Promoted] to Sergt 29 Apl. 1832
2 J. H. Haughton " " " 666 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 J. H. Haughton
3 T. Pierce " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 T. Pierce
4 S. Tibbes " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 S. Tibbs Mr, Plasters
5 Henry Hadley " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 Hy Hadley
6 S. Dutten " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 Saml Dutten
7 C. Pierce " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 C. Pierce
8 J. Tibbes ["] " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 J. Tibbs M Plasters
9 W. Kirkpatrick ["] " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 . . . W. Kirkpatrick
10 C. Elmore ["] " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 C. Elmore
11 Elijah Pierce ["] " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 E. Pierce
12 L. W. Farmer ["] " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 L. W. Farmer
13 Bordry Matthews " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 B. Matthews
14 Ep. Sullivan " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 E. Sullivan
15 Val. Crete " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 Vol Crete
16 Chs. Sullivan " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 Chs Sullivan
17 Jas. Simmons " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 364[.]49 James. Simmons Horse Blk[Blanket] $1.25. Stopped for a blanket drawn.
^see last^18 H. Armstrong " " 30 April 10 2[.]22 1[.]25^& 1[.]25^ 4[.]00 2[.]50 7[.]47 H. Armstrong
19 Allen King " " 27 May 1 6 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 Allen King
20 Jos. Dobson " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 Jno. Dobson
21 D. Rankin " " 19 " 7[.]94 Transfd[Transferred] to Fo0t Coy[Company] 19 May
22 U. Alexander " " 27 " 1 6 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 U. Alexander Paid [?] at Beardstown
23 Henry Cox " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 Hy Cox
24 M. M. Canman " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 M. M. Cammar
25 Royal Potter " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 Royal. Potter
26 D. M. Pantier " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 D. M. Pantier
27 J. Homier " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 J Hohamer
28 G. Warburton " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 Geo. Warburton
29 E. T. Lamb " " " 7[.]94 550. 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 32 24
37 74
$5.50 Stoped for 2 Blankets
30 C. Barnette " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 C. Barnett,
31 J. M. Rutledge " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 J. M. Rutledge
32 W. Cox " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 Wm Cox
33 U. Mecker " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 U. Mecker
34 R. Jones " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 Richard Jones
35 Chs. Pierce " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 Chs Pierce
36 Jas. Clement " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 Jams Clement
37 Jno. T. Layne " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 5[.]57 7[.][80] 37[.]74 Jno: T. Layne
$1801.44
11.84

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WE, the subscribers, do hereby acknowledge to have received ofT P Andrews,Paymaster, the sums annexed to our names respectively, being in full of our pay and allowances, for the period herein expressed, having signed duplicates hereof.
No. NAMES.^Capt[Captain] Lincoln’s Co.^ RANK. PERIOD OF SERVICE. PAY PER MONTH. AMOUNT OF PAY. SUBSISTENCE. 40 cts. PER DAY, USE OF HORSE, ARMS, &c. 25 cts. PER DAY, FOR RATIONS AND FORAGE. TRAVELLING ALLOWANCE. AMOUNT. SIGNATURES. WITNESSES. REMARKS.
Commencement. Expiration. Months. Days. Pay. Subsistence.
stoppages $1801[.]44
38 Richard Lane Private 21 April 27 May 1832 1 666 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 Ric’d Lane
39 R. Clary " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 R. Clarey
40 Pleast. Armstrong " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 P. Armstrong
41 Jas. Yardley " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 Jas. Yardley
42 D. Rutledge " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 D. Rutledge
43 Michl. Plaster " " Absent without leave
44 Jno. Mounce " " do[ditto]
45 W. Hamier " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 Wm Hohamer
46 Isaac Anderson " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 I. Anderson
47 W. Marshall " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 W. Marshall
48 W. Cummins " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 Wm Cummins
49 Jno. Jones " " " Absent without leave
50 Francis Elmore " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 F. Elmore
51 W. Foster " " Transfd to Foot Coy April 29
52 N. Drake " 29 " " 6[.]23 34[.]62 11[.]60 7[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 31[.]83 N. Drake
53 R. S. Plunket " 21 " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 R. S. Plunket
54 W. T. Sprouce " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 Wm Sprouce
55 W. Clarey " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 Wm Clarey
56 Jac. Havener " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 J. Heavener.
57 Thos. Long " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 Thos Long
58 Wm Green " " " 7[.]94 4[.]62 14[.]80 9[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 37[.]74 Wm Green
59 Isaac Gulihur " 19 May " [9?] 1[.]93 1[.]12 3[.]60 2[.]25 2[.]57 7[.]80 17[.]03 J. Gullihier
Hugh Armstrong 1t Lieut 30 April " [17?] [6?] 26[.]12 21[.]60 10[.]80 8[.]75 10[.]50 87[.]49 Hugh. Armstrong $5.40 deducted for subs[substitutes]
Servant " [5?] 6[.]35 (clothing
2[.]17)
5[.]40 1[.]45 1[.]75
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No 6.
Cap[Captain] A. Lincoln’s Compy[Company]
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Copy 6437 & [Date?]
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Amo[Amount] $2,541.63.
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Andrews
17155
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Box 590
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83
136
145
74
15
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1This endorsement appears in the table under the heading “Witnesses.”
2At the outbreak of the Black Hawk War, Abraham Lincoln volunteered for the Illinois state militia. On April 21, 1832, Lincoln and other men from the New Salem area were mustered into a company in the 4th Regiment of Illinois Mounted Volunteers, and the members of the company elected Lincoln as their Captain. When his month of service ended, Lincoln re-enlisted twice, for twenty and thirty days respectively, serving as a Private both times. He was discharged finally on July 10, 1832.
Muster Roll of Abraham Lincoln’s Company of Mounted Volunteers; Muster Roll of Captain Elijah Iles’s Company of Mounted Volunteers; Muster Roll of Captain Jacob M. Early’s Company of Mounted Volunteers; Ellen M. Whitney, comp., The Black Hawk War, 1831-1832: Illinois Volunteers, 2 vols., vol. 35 of Collections of the Illinois State Historical Library (Springfield: Illinois State Historical Library, 1970), 176-78, 227-30, 544-46.
3“80” changed to “40”
4“7” changed to “6”

Partially Printed Document, 2 page(s), Vault, RG 94, Entry Unknown: Records of the Adjutant General’s Office, NAB