Category Archives: Switzerland County Voting Records

Switzerland County Republican Convention – Feb 1876

The Switzerland County, Indiana, Republican Convention report appeared in:
Vevay Reveille – 12 Feb 1876 – Page 4, Column 1

Republican County Convention.

A Convention of Republican voters of Switzerland County was held in Vevay, at the Court House, last Saturday afternoon.

[more details in article]

John D. Works, Chairman of the County Central Committee
Dr. P. S. Sage, Cotton Township, President
W. J. Baird, Secretary


Delegates and members of the Central Committee:

Posey Township—Committee, Jas. Stevenson and Capt. B. C. Mead. Delegates, Hon. Jacob R. Harris and Capt. B. C. Mead; alternates, Geo. H. Keeney and Maj. Selar Mead.

York—Committee, Lemuel Bledsoe and John W. Howard. Delegates, W. J. Keeney and R. A. Harris; alternates, Simeon Beymer and John Cunningham.

Jefferson—Committee, Eli T. Ogle, J. C. Long and A. C. Weaver. Delegates, W. H. Adkinson and W. B. Owens; alternates, Esquire M. W. Tague and Charles Norisez.

Pleasant—Committee, R. L. Mercer and W. H. Voris. Delegates, James M. Scott and Jacob J. Goodner. Alternates, Esquire W. S. Towers and David C. Gardner.

Craig—Committee, Wm. Anderson and Fletcher Bellamy. Delegates, Augustus Hatton and Wm. Anderson; alternates, Wm. H. Lamb and John H. Cotton.

Cotton—Committee, Esquire James McHenry and Capt. Thomas F. Adams. Delegates, W. J. Gibbs and James McHenry; alternates, Esquire David Lee and Joseph G. Mellick.

Delegates for County at Large—David Scott, Charles O. Hastings and Thomas Works. Alternates, Walter S. Francis, John Dickason and R. O. Moore.

Wesley H. Adkinson, choice of this Convention as the Republican candidate for Congress for the 4th Congressional District.

Will M. Smith for Supreme Court Reporter.

Patriot Temperance Protest – June 1856

The Patriot, Switzerland County, Indiana Temperance Protest appeared in:
The Weekly Reveille – 11 June 1856 – Page 3, Column 2.


WE, the citizens of Patriot, having for a long time witnessed the evils resulting from the free use of intoxicating liquors, and as law abiding people, wishing to promote the good of society,–do solemnly protest against the selling of all kinds of intoxicating drinks, to be used as a beverage; and ask the retailers, in the name of virtue, and everything dear to society, to desist from such an unholy and demoralizing business, and engage in some calling less detrimental to the inhabitants of our town and vicinity;–and, as forbearance has ceased to be a virtue with us in this matter, we are determined, for the good of our town, to abate this evil first, and then attack others, which some of us think are of greater magnitude. If the vigor of the law should fail to protect us, we must protect ourselves.

  • Sylvanus Howe
  • W. P. Campbell
  • E. H. Johnson
  • Wm. A. Johnson
  • Solomon Hicks
  • B. F. Herrick
  • Asahel Carpenter
  • C. W. Munger
  • Wm. R. Vandorin
  • S. R. Bradley
  • Josiah Herbert
  • Reuben Berry
  • Ira Keeney
  • S. J. Herrick
  • Geo. Werkerly
  • A. Gazley
  • Wm. Mead
  • H. R. Herbert
  • Bela Herrick
  • Mrs. Ellen Wade
  • Elizabeth Gazley
  • Amanda Faulkner
  • Phebe Fletcher
  • H. D. Gibson
  • C. C. Johnson
  • Frances Larison
  • M. N. Scott
  • Elizabeth Fortune
  • Ann Love
  • M. O. Watts
  • Sarah James
  • Ann F. Carpenter
  • Charlotte Hedrick
  • Ann Johnson
  • Sarah E. Herrick
  • Sarah B. Bradley
  • Julia Scranton
  • Eliza A. Gale
  • Ann M. Ormsby
  • S. A. Coffin
  • Maria Hicks
  • Mary E. Chandler
  • S. A. Campbell
  • Eliza Vanhouten
  • Emily Mead
  • L. Dean
  • Miss Mary Baxter
  • M. Donaldson
  • Ellen Herrick
  • Fannie G. Hoyt
  • Polly Vanhouten
  • M. A. Carpenter
  • S. Q. Howe
  • Andrew Hobbs
  • Jesse Brookway
  • Wm. Gibson
  • Charles Carpenter
  • A. G. Herrick
  • E. H. Vandorin
  • Jabes Vandorin
  • James Buck
  • Cheney Munger
  • Jacob Hunsiker
  • John Allen
  • Samuel Wade
  • S. B. Baxter
  • Wm. Taylor
  • Collin McNutt
  • E. S. Gale
  • James Faulkner
  • Mrs. Amy Emerson
  • Lucy Gill
  • Margaret Heston
  • Esther E. O’Brien
  • M. J. Wiley
  • A. S. Reidell
  • Pallace Green
  • Catharine King
  • M. A. Facemire
  • Mary Taylor
  • Hannah Watts
  • Elizabeth Ross
  • Alice Herrick
  • Elizabeth Yarnell
  • Mary J. Moredock
  • Mary Newton
  • Hannah Munger
  • Rachel Deewese
  • N. Tait
  • Polly Gray
  • M. A. C. Jackson
  • S. Lee
  • Sarah A. Herrick
  • Sarah Gage
  • E. F. Campbell
  • Abigail McHuron
  • Martha M. Keeney
    Charlotte S. Foster
  • Miss Hattie Emerson
  • M. A. Hutchinson
  • Martha Herrick
  • Grinke Gage
  • M. W. Carpenter
  • Lizzie Mead
  • Mary A. Tait

Patriot, Ind., June 2, 1856.

Switzerland County Election Returns – May 1856

The April election returns for Jefferson, Craig and Cotton Townships in Switzerland County, Indiana appeared in:
The Weekly Reveille – 14 May 1856 – Page 1, Column 1


Below will be found the official vote of Jefferson, Craig and Cotton Townships. These three townships are the only one which the contest is ever close. Pleasant township always goes American by an overwhelming majority; and Posey and York townships go largely for the old liners, though they do not offset Pleasant by about 100 votes.


American candidates Old Line candidates
For Justices of Peace – 2 to be elected
  • James Brown, 216
  • John G. Anderson, 196
  • Zadig Rous, 157
  • Daniel Cole, 146
  • Henry Boyd, 138
For Constables—5 to be elected.
  •  John Roberts, 208
  • James F. Morris, 208
  • Eri G. Carington, 207
  • Daniel Wilcox, 207
  • Chris. Peelman, 155
  •  A. J. Montanye, 154
  • Thos. Leezenbee, 133
  • Geo. Adkinson, 133
  • Henry Sockwell, 129
  • Wm. Peelman, 123
For Township Trustee.
  •  John W. Sturnes, 186
  • A. J. Ferrar, 156
For Township Clerk.
  •  Enos Littlefield, 210
  •  Jos. Dalmazzo, 140
For Road Supervisors
  • Joseph Todd, 192
  • Richard Nash, 202
  • Robert Miller, 201
  • Geo. Markland, 200
  • John Luster, 199
  • Jas. M. Cotton, 199
  • John G. Cotton, 199
  • John Sullivan, 199
  • J. J. P. Schenck, 1
  • Robert A. Knox, 199
  • Sol. Walden, 2
  • M. Schoonover, 199
  • Sam. Durnall, 198
  • Robert Hatton, 198
  •  Jacob Boyd, 14
  • John C. Rails, 1
  • Royal Aldrich, 1



For Justice of the Peace.
  • David Lee, 167
  • Wm. McMellen, 51
For Constables.
  • Samuel Tinker, 163
  • Thomas Robbins, 135
  • Heath C Picket, 47
For Township Trustee
  • E. B. L. Ford, 99
  • William Barkis, 46
For Township Clerk
  • Wm. H. Dolby, 145
For Township Treasurer
  • James Likely, 115



For Justice of the Peace.
  • Martin Higgins, 133
  • Daniel Ramseyer, 87
For Constables
  • Harrison Adams, 134
  • Joseph Gray, 132
  • Fleming Jones, 84
  • Charles Martford, 1
For Township Trustee
  • Robert Weaver, 132
  • Wm. H. Roberts, 86
For Township Clerk
  • Noble G. Walters, 133
  • George Walters, 82
For Township Treasurer
  • Jacob Banta, 133
  • Zachariah Cotton, 83

Switzerland County Temperance Convention – April 1856

The minutes of the Switzerland County, Indiana Temperance Convention appeared in:
The Weekly Reveille – 9 April 1856 – Page 2, Column 2.

Temperance Convention.
MT. STERLING, April 5, 1 o’clock.

County Temperance Convention met. The President and  Secretary being present, the meeting was called to order. The minutes of the last meeting not being present, were not read.

The following resolution was passed:

Resolved, That in conformity with the recommendation of the State Convention, we organize this county by the appointment of a committee of five from each Township—the Chairman of each to constitute a Central Committee for the County—and said Committee shall see that Temperance meetings are held throughout the county in every school house, and all convenient places, until after the election.

The meeting resolved itself into a committee of the whole, and appointed the following Township Committees:

Craig.—John Weaver, George Muer, Walter Scott, Perry Cotton, Wm. R. Cotton.

Jefferson.—Wm. Shaw, Enos Littlefield, R. N. Lamb, Jas. M. Cotton, James Brown, Geo. McCulloch.

Pleasant.—Hugh Adkinson, John Orem, P. Vannuys, Dr. Perdy, Luther Hotchkiss.

York.—Dr. Cheever, Ibzan Jackson, Benj. Robinson, James Campbell, R. T. Goddard.

Posey.—Peter L. Davis, J. A. Powel, Collin McNutt, Bela Herrick, A. Gazley.

Cotton.—L. Wiley, C. H. Stow, D. Lee, S. Washer, P. S. Sage.

It was moved and carried that should vacancies occur in the committees, they shall have power to fill such vacancies.

It was Resolved, That the Secretary forward a copy of the above appointments to the chairman of each committee, with a request to organize immediately.

Resolved, That the Secretary forward a copy of the proceedings of this meeting to the Editor of THE WEEKLY REVEILLE, with a request to publish.

There were several speeches made, and the convention adjourned with the best of feeling.

JAMES BROWN, President.
H. A. TINKER, Secretary.

Vevay Temperance Protest – February 1856

The protest of women in Vevay, Switzerland County, Indiana for temperance appeared in the following newspapers:
The Weekly Reveille – 27 Feb 1856 – Page 3, Column 3; 5 Mar 1856 – Page 3, Column 5; 12 Mar 1856 – Page 3, Column 5


HAVING learned that it is in contemplation to set up in our midst an establishment for the vending of intoxicating liquors, for purposes which we conceive to be highly inimical to the morals, the peace, and the prosperity of the community, we, the undersigned, Mothers, Wives, Sisters and Daughters of Vevay and vicinity, in the name of virtue and religion, –as  we would preserve the peace and happiness of our homes, the virtue and security of our Fathers, Husbands, Brothers and Sons, SOLEMNLY PROTEST AGAINST ANY SUCH PROCEEDING. And we furthermore declare, that, if in the face of our protest, such an establishment should be set up, we shall not fail to employ every proper means to destroy and hurl it from the community:

  • Mrs. S. Harwood
  • Mrs. Julia L. Dumont.
  • C. Gerrard
  • D. Goldenburg
  • C. S. Chafee
  • Eliza Durnall
  • I. R. Dumont
  • E. S. Armstrong
  • Jemima Protsman
  • Margaret Kincaid
  • Mary A Miller
  • Eliz. Knox
  • C. Crutcher
  • R. Littlefield
  • Marietta Lamb
  • Eliza Kessler
  • Eliz. Clarkson
  • K. M. Dufour
  • Justine Schenck
  • Mary L. Detraz
  • Mary A. Turner
  • M. A. Moxley
  • Sarah A. Smith
  • J. Craig
  • K. Aldridge
  • –. Faulkner
  • Mary A. Shaw
  • Lizzie Courvoisier
  • J. C. Teats
  • M. J. Lemmon
  • L. A. Boyd
  • Euphemia Lindley
  • E. B. Sullivan
  • A. Stowe
  • A. Gilbert
  • Z. C. Grisard
  • H. A. Malin
  • Ann E. Dufour
  • Lucy Nutler
  • Mary   Torrence
  • Ann Pleasants
  • Charlotte Pleasants
  • M. Rutherford
  • M. Peelman
  • Eliza Patton
  • J. Mansfield
  • A. S. Hathorn
  • L. Hall
  • Hannah Armstrong
  • Miss Mary E. Sparks
  • Eliza B. Kincaid
  • Lizzie Durnall
  • Louisa Poindexter
  • Julia L. Dumont
  • Maggie Shaw
  • Celestine A. Golay
  • Sallie A. Tague
  • Eliza M’Cord
  • Louisa J. Sullivan
  • Lou. Golay
  • E. Newkirk
  • M. Patton
  • M. A. Rous
  • Mary Stowe
  • Izolene Leclerc
  • Char. L. Keeney
  • Martha E. Waldo
  • B. R. Wason
  • C. Kincaid
  • S. Anderson
  • J. F. Dufour
  • Margaret Wiley
  • Nancy Price
  • Mary J. Detraz
  • Lucilla Jagers
  • Mary A Roberts
  • H. M. Tardy
  • E. J. Malin
  • Sarah J. Rous
  • Effy Stewart
  • C. A. Henderson
  • M. D. Campbell
  • M. Tibby
  • C. A. Northcott
  • M. A. Eblin
  • Sarah Eblin
  • Jane Moen
  • Clara Morerod
  • Ann M. Todd
  • N. W. Gale
  • Ellen McCallum
  • E. White
  • M. A. Mansfield
  • S. A. Patton
  • M. J. Torrance
  • J. A. Doan
  • A. A. Noble
  • E. A. Goodwin
  • Belle D. Grisard
  • S. W. Webb
  • Mary Rous
  • Mary Todd
  • Eliza Vandever
  • Sallie Hall
  • M. Brison
  • M. A. Hatch
  • S. Bornand
  • Mary S. Knox
  • Lucretia Roberts
  • M. Adams
  • Eliz. Danner
  • Sarah Tague
  • M. J. Morerod
  • Miss Caroline Protsman
  • Jane E. Kincaid
  • Hetty Goldenburg
  • Irene R. Miller
  • Julia Wiley
  • Collumb. Kessler
  • Josie L. Schenck
  • Ann E. Anderson
  • Manora Vanbriggle
  • E. Henderson
  • Zelia C. Grisard
  • E. Patton
  • Lizzie Rous
  • Caroline Wooley
  • Hattie Henderson

Vevay, Ind., Feb. 27, 1856.

Switzerland County Democratic Meeting – September 1855

Report of a Democratic meeting in Switzerland County, Indiana appeared in:
The Weekly Reveille – 12 September 1855 – Page 2, Column 2.

“Democratic Mass Meeting.”

On Saturday, the first day of September, 1855, the leaders of the old-line party met at Centre Square and nominated candidates to be defeated at the ensuing October election. About one hundred persons were present, one-third of whom were members of the American party. No enthusiasm prevailed, and but little interest was manifested in the proceedings. “Sam’s” strength in this county is a damper to all old-line countenances. They remember last October, with tears in their eyes. Mr. Case, Bishop of the Patriot Clique of Sag Nichts, and Mr. Dufour, Bishop of the Vevay Clique, had some sharp words at each other, but not blood was spilt. The former thought whisky was one of the principles of the party, while the latter thought the party should have nothing to say on the subject.

The following ticket was the choice of the Vevay Clique, which is certainly better and stronger than the one selected:

  • For Clerk, George. H. Kyle.
  • For Auditor, Benjamin L. Simmons.
  • For Recorder, Chauncy Aldrich.
  • For Commissioner, Thos. A. Haskell.

But the Vevayites couldn’t quite come it, so after caueusing and wire-working awhile, the following “cut-and dried” ticket was “put through,” and declared the choice of the “mass meeting” of less than six dozen old liners:

  • For Clerk, George H. Kyle.
  • For Auditor, John J. Jack.
  • For Recorder, James H. Patterson.
  • For Commissioner, Samuel Butler.

At a future time, when we have more time, we may have something to say of these office-seekers.

Switzerland County Election Returns – April 1855

The April 1855 election results for Jefferson and Cotton Townships in Switzerland County, Indiana appeared in:
The Weekly Reveille – 11 April 1855 – Page 2, Column 3.

April Election.

The township elections came of in this county on the 2d instant. In this township a much larger vote was polled than usual. We give the result:

Jefferson Township.

American.                              Opposition

For Justice of the Peace.

J. W. Murphy, 237                Daniel Cole, 93.

For Township Trustee.

W. W. Smith, 228                 Julius Dufour, 93

Robert Hatton, 232              Samuel Butler, 99

For Township Treasurer.

E. Littlefield, 230                  F. L. Grisard, 99

For Township Clerk.

J. W. Banta, 231                   J. L. Thiebaud, 91

For Constables.

John Roberts, 230               T. Leezenbee, 100

Jas. T. Nelson, 230              A. J. Farrar, 87

Daniel Wilcox, 230              W. Peelman, 84

For Supervisors—politics not known.

Samuel Durnell, 59             R. Jackson, 4

J. G. Cotton, 37                     H. Bright 29

John Hollcraft, 16                J. Bosseau, 15

E. Luity, 3                              E. Phillips, 3

Lester, 1

Cotton Township.

The contest was warm in this township, and some of the opposition were confident of the defeat of the American candidate for Justice of the Peace. The result astonished everybody:

American                               Opposition

For Justice of the Peace.

H. M. Ayres, 101                   James Downey, 43

For Constables.

Samuel Tinker, 102             Thos. Downey, 35

Isaac Robbins, 103              Ostram Bright, 3

For Township Clerk.

J. Richmond, 104

When we got these returns, no other townships had made their returns at the Clerk’s Office.

Ohio and Switzerland Counties Temperance Convention – December 1853

Details of the Temperance Convention for Ohio County and Switzerland County, Indiana appeared in:
Weekly Reveille (Vevay, Indiana) – 1 December 1853 – Page 2 – Column 2.
See newspaper for full details.

Temperance Convention.

At the Convention of friends of Temperance from Switzerland and Ohio counties, assembled at Mt. Sterling, Nov. 26, 1853. Dr. P. S. SAGE was called to the Chair, and Rev. H. WASON appointed Secretary pro tem.

On motion, Messrs. J. B. Lathrop, S. Washer and A. S. Kingsley were appointed a committee to nominate permanent officers.

On motion, the following persons were appointed to draft resolutions to be presented to the convention, viz: Messrs. J. C. Bunham, R. Cotton, J. Dumont, H. Littlefield, W. French and W. Speakman.

On motion, Messrs. Wm. French, U. H. Stow, Dr. Gillespie, R. N. Lamb and E. Hafford, were appointed to nominate delegates to the State Temperance Convention, to be held in Indianapolis the second Tuesday of next January.

The Convention then took recess until one o’clock, P.M.


Convention met, and called to order.—Prayer offered by Rev. J. B. Lathrop.

The committee on permanent officers reported as follows:
P. S. SAGE, President.
RALPH COTTON, Vice President.
WM. FRENCH, Secretary.

The following persons were reported by the committee, and chosen by the Convention as delegates to the State Temperance Convention, viz:

From Switzerland County,–J. R. Harris, Bela Herrick, E. M. Cheever, B. Robinson, T. Armstrong, Jas. H. Campbell, P. S. Sage, U. H. Stow, S. Washer, J. C. Bonham, H. A. Tinker, John Dumont, J. B. Lathrop, H. Wason, Enos Littlefield, George McCullough, A. S. Kingsley, Wm. Shaw, F. H. Stewart, James Stewart, Wm. Hewitt, James Ferguson, Walter Scott, E. Purdie, John Weaver, David Cain.

From Ohio County,–J. C. Powers, S. R. Record, Benj. Dennis, E. M. Gould, Ezra Lampkins, Dr. Medaris, D. H. Jessup, W. F. White, Allen Wilbur, W. S. Speakman, W. M. French, B. F. Shelden, W. Gillespie, T. H. Gilmore.

[Various resolutions passed]

The committee to nominate township committees reported as follows:


Jefferson Township.—J. B. Lathrop, H. Wason, J. J. P. Schenck, J. M. Cotton, E. Littlefield, G. McCullough, E. G. Carrington, Wm. Gleason, R. Hatton, G. Markland, J. B. Sparks.

Cotton Township.—P. S. Sage, S. Washer, U. H. Stow, J. C. Bonham, H. Tinker, C. A. Garey, H. Littlefield, L. W. Mallett, W. McMillen, A. S. Downey, David Lee, H. Bane.

Posey Township.—E. M. Cheever, Jacob Harris, Ira Keeney, Bela Herrick, A. Gazlay, Harris Keeney.

Craig Township.—John Weaver, Walter Scott, E. Hafford, John Cowan, James Shaw, David Cain, James Brindle, B. Goddard, E. Keervis, John C. Cotton.

Pleasant Township.—Dr. E. Purdy, James Stewart, J. C. Claighorn, James Furguson, T. H. Stewart, Wm. Hewitt, John Oran, L. Atkinson, John J. Adams.

York Township.—B. Robinson, James Campbell, T. Armstrong, J. Robinson, H. Kelso, Wm. D. Finton, Garrett Kelso, J. Froman, B. Stoops, E. Stoops, G. Stoops, John Gullion.


Randolph Township.—Wm. French, I. Kelso, W. Gillespie, W. Speakman, Thomas Plummer, Dr. Haines, Rev. Mr. White, B. F. Morris, B. F. Sheldon, Jas. Hastings.

Cass Township.—J. K. Read, Israel Lampkins, John Scranton, John Vanausdoll, E. W. Gould.

Union Township.—J. C. Powers, Dr. Lamb, J. R. Kent, Moses Turner, S. Record, Samuel Walker, R. J. Milligan, S. Kittle, T. Milligan.

Pike Township.—Peter Pate, Joseph Johnson, Darius Ford.

It was moved and carried, that the names of the committees, so far as reported to the Convention, be published with its proceedings; and the fractional committees be requested to complete their number, and all of them to fill their own vacancies.

On motion, a committee of three in each county was appointed to examine their records for the purpose of learning and publishing the amount of tax each county has had to pay within five years on account of the liquor traffic.

Committee for Switzerland—John Dumont, H. Wason, and J. B. Lathrop.

For Ohio—John R. Ross, W. French, and J. J. Hayden.

[Final Resolutions]

Pleasant Township, Switzerland County Democratic Meeting – April 1840

Details of the Pleasant Township, Switzerland County, Indiana Democratic meeting appeared in:
Vevay Times and Switzerland County Democrat – 18 April 1840 – Page 3, Column 1.
See newspaper for full details.

Democratic Meeting.

Pursuant to notice, the Democratic citizens of Pleasant township, met at Moorefield, on Saturday last, the 11th day of April, 1840.

The meeting was organized by appointing JAMES S. LONG, President, and SQUIRE HULLEY, Secretary.

[Resolutions passed.]

Resolved, That the President and Secretary appoint a suitable number of delegates to represent Pleasant township in the Switzerland County Democratic Convention. Whereupon the following delegation were reported:

  • William Hannis
  • James Gray
  • Garret Rickets
  • Abraham Adkinson
  • Andrew Shuck
  • Robert Rickets
  • John Manford
  • William Grimes
  • John Francis
  • Francis Adkinson
  • Levi Adkinson
  • George W Headey
  • A H Grimes
  • George Anshutz
  • James S Long
  • John Anshutz
  • Squire Hulley
  • Noah Martin
  • John Shaddy

York Township, Switzerland County Democratic Meeting – April 1840

Details of the York Township, Switzerland County, Indiana Democratic meeting appeared in:
Vevay Times and Switzerland County Democrat – 11 April 1840 – Page 3, Column 2.
Consult newspaper for full details.

Democratic Meeting.

Pursuant to a call, a very large and respectable meeting of the Democratic citizens of York township convened in the town of New York, on Saturday, the 4th inst., for the purpose of appointing delegates to represent said township in the Switzerland County Convention, to be held in Vevay, on the 25th day of April, 1840, to nominate a candidate for Senator and Representative, to be supported by the Democratic party at the ensuing August election.

The meeting was organized by appointing JESSE V. DAILEY, President; WILLIAM SCUDDER and RICHARDSON WILES, Vice Presidents; and GEORGE LAND, Secretary.

[Various Resolutions passed]

Resolved, That thirty delegates be appointed to represent this township in the County Convention, and that the following gentlemen compose said delegation:

  • William R. Wiley
  • R. Wiles
  • James A Waugh
  • James Campbell
  • N. H. Keith
  • David Scudder
  • Elijah Rayles
  • John Ruggles
  • Robert Phillips
  • George Land
  • James H. Scott
  • Atwell David
  • Jesse Guard
  • Samuel Russell
  • James Phillips
  • John W Howard
  • Thomas Loney
  • Elisha Henry
  • William Nicholas
  • William Lostutter
  • James Johnson
  • Samuel Lampton
  • John Beaty
  • John Cline
  • William White
  • Harrison Henry
  • Robert Waugh
  • Josiah Woodruff
  • Jesse V Dailey
  • Thomas Rayles.