Published In Pursuance of The Resolutions of the General
Assembly of January 21, 1851.
Under the Direction of the Adjutant General.
Raleigh: Printed by Ch. C. Raboteau, at the Times Office, 1851.
p3: Muster Roll Of the Infantry detached from the
Militia of North Carolina, in pursance of a Requisition of the President of the
United States in virtue of an Act of Congress of the 10th of April, 1912.
p71: Muster Roll of the Detached Militia organized August, 1814
p72: Seventh Regiment of Lincoln, Rutherford, Burke, Buncombe and Haywood. Officers. - Andrew Irwin, Lieutenant Colonel commandant; William Cathey, First Major; Nathan McDowell, Second do.
p135 & 136: Burke County - Third Regiment
John Carson, Captain
James Burgen, lieut.
John W. Carson
p136: Man Shote
p139: A requisition was made by Major General Thomas Pinckney, for one
Regiment to march to the defence of the Southern Frontier of the Sixth Military
District of the United States. In consequence of which, orders were issued from
this office, calling forth the Detached Militia from the following counties, to
wit: Anson, Richmond, Moore, Cabarrus, to rendezvous at Wadesborough, in Anson
County, on the 24th February, A.D. 1815. Also, to Ashe, Wilkes,
Burke, Rutherford, Buncombe and Haywood, to
rendezvous at Wadesborough, in Anson County, on Wednesday, the 1st day of March,
Of this regiment the following officers were designated to the command, to wit:
Andrew Irwin, as Lieutenant Colonel Commandant.
John McGimpsey, of Burke, as Lieutenant Colonel.
Jesse Allen of Wilkes, 1st } Majors.
Thomas Lenoir, of Haywood, 2d } Majors.
The orders from this office were dated on January 25th, A.D. 1815.
[courtesy of David and Marsha Biddix]