Roll of Captain Jacob Campbell's Company
Pay-roll for the Third company, Sixty-fifth regiment, commanded by Capt. Jacob Campbell.
Sergeants. Buzzard, John Davis, Samuel Davis, Shannon Staler, John Hagers, John Corporals. Kurtz, Jacob Williams, James Hawk, Jacob Christopher, John Privates Weaver, Christian Shriver, John Griffeth, John Young, John Miller, John Vanderslice, Edward R. Adams, Davis Ewing, John Turner, Samuel Himes, Charles Morgan, Lewis O'Neill, Francis Wertz, John Hampton, David Hartman, Peter McCowan, Samuel King, George Glandy, John Davis Mcentire, Daniel Abraham, Philips Hampton, Thomas Hardy, John Kelly, John Knowles, Samuel Jones, Isaiah Clair, John Horner, Adam Golder, John Sowersworth, Isaac Jones, John Wiles, John Neily, John Williams, Charles Williams, Daniel Hawk, Benjamin Keiter, George Parker, Ralph James, Matthias Youngblood, John Isaac, Anderson Hawk, John Fox, Joseph Baits, Jonathan Rossiter, Thomas Buckwalter, Jacob Pennypacker, Samuel Smith, John A. Huston, James McCarrahen, Alexander Grub, Emanuel Davis, John Stall, Daniel Kourtney, James Steward, William Bankus, Adam Reynolds, Henry Crosier, Morris Heck, Peter Shingle, Jacob Price, George Rembey, Jacob Remly, Henry March, Jesse Rembey, Valentine Harvey, Job Lapold, Joseph Lawre, Joseph Murphey, Edward Grub, John Hoffacker, Philip Clemmons, Joseph Remby, Christian Thomas, David Jones, John Murry, Daniel Price, Patrick Carr, William Salyards, Armstrong Walter, James Goodin, William Chaffin, Philip Oliver, John Hemiger, Joseph Jenkins, Enoch Evans, Daniel Akins, James Clare, Philip Jaquett, Nathaniel Davis, Isaac M. Huzzard, Anthony Snyder, George CAMP MARCUS HOOK, October 18, 1814.
I certify, on honor, this muster-roll exhibits a true state of the Third company, Sixty-fifth regiment, Pennsylvania militia, now in the service of the United States, and that the remarks set opposite the names of the men are accurate and just.
Jacob Campbell, Captain
I believe the above to be a correct muster or pay-roll.
J. L. Pearson, Colonel
I certify that the company commanded by Capt. Campbell is in the service of the United States, under orders of Gen. ----, commanding military district.
By order of the general, Wm. C. Rogers, B. Major
CAMP MARCUS HOOK, October 18, 1814.