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Muster Roll of Captain Samuel Walker, Company D, Second Regiment, 1st Brigade, Kansas Volunteeers

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I certify on honor that this Muster Roll exhibits the true state of Captain Samuel Walker’s Company of the second Regiment of Kansas Volunteers for the period herein mentioned; that each man answered to his own proper name in person; that the remarks set opposite each man’s name, officer and soldier, are accurate and just.
C. K. Holliday, Colonel Commanding the second Regiment of Kansas Volunteers December 12th 1855 Lawrence, Kansas

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Muster Roll of Captain Samuel Walker, Co. D. in the Second Regiment, 1st Brigade of Kansas Volunteers, commanded by Col. C. K. Holliday. Called into the service of the people of the Territory of Kansas to defend the city of Lawrence, in the Territory of Kansas from Threatened demolition from foreign invaders. Called into the service from the 27th day of November, 1855, when mustered, to the 12th day of December, 1855, when discharged. Service 16 days. Enrolled at Bloomington, K. T. by Samuel Walker and mustered into service at Lawrence by J. H. Lane. Distance traveled to and from place of muster, 16 miles each way. Subsistence furnished by themselves, 16 days. *Samuel Walker, Captain 30 G. Norton 28 †A. Curliss, 1st. Lieut. 32 E. Oakley 23 ‡Geo. Umbarger, 1st Lieut. 32 J. Oakely 21 § I.S. Miller, 2d “ 24 Wm Oakley 19 T.W. Wolverton, 3rd “ 21 a* Thomas Pierson 35 ?D. C. Buffum 1st Serg’t 32 Jobez Petefish 22 A. I. Smith, 2nd “ 33 David Vancil 46 A. Jones, 3rd “ 36 Isaac Vancil 22 R. Dunn 1st Corp’l 21 a†A. White 54 R. Hasseltine 2d “ 22 T. B. Wodard 25 ¶ R. Miller, 3d “ 22 R. N. Wodard 22 J. C. Dunn, 4th “ 22 David Ward 23 ? H. C. Alderman 26 P. Wyrnen 26 N. Allaaier 35 Wm Watson 25 J. Anderson 26 a‡ U. wood 42 G. O. Bean 21 J. H. Wakefield 22 ** R. Buffum 24 T J Wakefield 19 H. L. Baldwin 27 J. A. Wakefield, Jr 20 A. L. Baldwin 26 C. Waldrouph 26 J. A. Boyd 19 Wm Lockett 25 R. L. Barber 30 H. Tacket 50 C. M. Bailey 30 John Scott 25 †† Geo. Buffum 29 C. C. Scofield 26 ‡‡ T. W. Barber 40 C. W. Smith 21 §§ H. A. Cosley 27 a § G. W. Snyder 26 G. W. Cosley 50 a? R. Swain 25 ? ? G. W. Chafin 23 B. Smith 18

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      Wm. McCrady 23 a¶ Samuel Smith 50 Lewis Duffer 22 H. R. Clawson 35 Isaac Davis 53 S. M. Reynolds 27 Wm Draper 22 N. Ramsey 27 James Gardner 25 H. Burson 36 Wm Hasseltine 25 R. Allen 22 James Heard 29 G. W. Fick 30 J. Hatfield 21 Charles Wright 50 H. Haines 26 E. Disbro 28 B. S. Hancock 46 G. F. Warren 36 J. L. Hancock 21 Caleb May 40 ¶¶ R. Hughes 43 Newman Connely 33 E. Huddleston 41 H. Green 36 J. W. Jessee 17 L. Hasseltine 27 H. Johnson 28 D. Hasseltine 19 L. Jones 41 S. Davis 19 W. Knight 45 F. C. Knight 22 A. E. Love 22 J. Pharniston 26 J. B. F. McPherson 22     Remarks   * Corn, hay and saddle burned by enemy $200.00 † Promoted to Major ‡ Services of horses $10.00 § Horse died in service $85.00 ? Extra service $100.00 ¶ Corn and hay taken by enemy $13.00 ?         Rifle stolen by enemy $16.00 ** Damage on horses and extra service $100.00 †† Money stolen by enemy $100.00 ‡‡ Killed by a scouting party of the enemy §§ Clothes taken by enemy $16.00 ?? Saddle taken by enemy $15.00 ¶¶ Saddle lost in service $10.00 a* Horse killed by enemy $150.00 a† Horses damaged in service $75.00 a‡ Horses in service $10.00 a§ Corn burned by enemy $100.00 a? Extra services $20.00 a¶ Promoted to Sarg’t Major, corn taken by enemy $200.00 Horse services $20.00
 

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