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The following is a reprint from the Carroll Free Press (Carroll Co., GA)
Friday, Mar. 17, 1893:

Muster roll of Captain William Barton Wade Dent's company of Heard County
Volunteers in 1836.

Wm. B.W. Dent, Captain
Isaac Stephens, 1st Lieutenant
A.G. Peddy, 2nd Lieutenant
John T. Leftwich, Ensign
Nicholas Tompkins, 1st Sergeant
Josiah M. Lyon, 2nd Sergeant
Samuel Johnson, 3rd Sergeant
John Dobson, 4th Sergeant
Pleasant G. Hancock, 1st Corporal
Robert T. Dawson, 2nd Corporal
Tobia C. Heath, 3rd Corporal
James M. Handley, 4th Corporal
Benjamin George, Musican (?)
C.C. Rose, Musican (?)

Barrabus Barrow
Wiley Coburn
David Daniel
Jefferson Edwards
John B. Ghent
Albrittain Jean
Athenacius Lee
Abel L. Pennington
William Poe
Alexander Shaw
A.D. Stephens
G.W. Wakefield
Daniel Whitaker
William Wood
Henry Waits
George Wilson
James Barrow
Joseph Crockett
Wm. O. Dunlap
Lovick P. Garrison
Wm. I. Hall
Thomas Kitley
Seaborn Long
Henry T. McGuire
Hiram Phillips
Cyrus Sweet
Robert Stewart
Henry Truett
Jesse White
P.C. Whitaker
L.H. Featherston
John T. Frazzar
Bryant W. Paces
C.L. Thomas

The Columbus, GA newspaper -- May 20, 1836
General Orders from the Headquarters at Milledgeville, Ga. invites
Georgians to form into volunteer companies to be provisioned and supplied
by the state, to guard the banks of the Chattahoochee River from incursions
of the Creeks.
Signed by Bolling H. Robinson, Aide-de-Camp

Also in the June 9th, June 16th, and June 23rd issues of the Columbus paper
are General Orders from many officers, reports of skirmishes with the
Indians. We have not had a chance to transcribe these pages as of yet.

Heard Co. had nearly all of its records destroyed by fire in the 1890's,
and we feel very lucky that the papers and records of the surrounding
counties have survived to help us piece together any information, such as
the list above, to help reconstruct the early records on Heard Co.


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