Daunton Gibbs


Archival Collection


GIBBS, DAUNTON, COLLECTION

BOX 1

Folder

1. The Saturday Evening Post, January 17, 1914, Volume 186, Number 29

2. Collier's, The National Weekly, July 10, 1915

3. Era Leader, Courthouse Edition, 1938

4. Six (6) Small Notebooks containing historical and genealogical information (handwritten); also address books

5. Newspaper Clippings, 1956-1991 (some obituaries and articles rerun in the newspapers about 1931); Some obituaries and articles rerun in the newspaper from 1931-1984; The Pioneers, 1976; Reflections, 1989; The Daily News, September 20, 1992 (about Franklinton court houses)

6. Inventory of the Municipal Archives of Louisiana, Town of Franklinton, prepared by the Louisiana Historical Records Survey, Works Projects Administration, Department of Archives, LSU, April 1941 (Contains History of Franklinton) (2 copies)

7. The Louisiana Police Jury System, n.d. (contains a short history of Louisiana)

8. Louisiana History, Journal of the Louisiana Historical Association, Winter 1977, Vol. XVIII, No. 1

9. Southeast Louisiana Historical Association Papers, Volume 1, 1974

10. Southeast Louisiana Historical Papers, Volume 10, 1984-85; Southeast Louisiana Historical Papers, Volume 11, 1986-87

11. TangipaH2Oa (brochure showing points of interests in Tangipahoa Parish)

12. "History of Amite Given," by C. G. "Doc" Pettit, June 1961 in the Kentwood Commercial

13. Around Kentwood It Is Remembered, by Irene R. Morris (From columns titled "Be It Known and Remembered" printed July 1966-September 1967 in The Kentwood Ledger, Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana, November 1967

14. First Year Report of the Greater New Orleans Expressway Commission, 1955-1956

15. Franklinton, The Parish Seat of Washington Parish, Louisiana, The Garden Spot of the South, by W. Sanford (booklet); Also newspaper for Franklinton Anniversary, September 27, 1989

16. Franklinton Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet (Programs for 1951, 1961, 1962, and 1967); Also a newspaper clipping about the Chamber of Commerce installing new officers in the Bogalusa News, January 23, 1980; Also Franklinton Community Theatre presents A Fairy Tale Evening with Hans Christian Andersen, April 19-20-21, 1991 (Program)

17. 1978 Calendar compliments of The First State Bank & Trust Co. with sketches of Bogalusa-The Magic City; 1979 Calendar compliments of The First State Bank & Trust Co. with sketches of Franklinton-The Fair City; 1980 Calendar compliments of The First State Bank & Trust Co. with sketches of Bogalusa and Franklinton (2 copies); All sketches by M. Guell Fabian Bateman

18. Bogalusa Golden Jubilee, Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Incorporation of Bogalusa (Official Program, June 30-July 1, 2, 3, 4, 1964

19. Bogalusa Diamond Jubilee, An Historical Publication of the Daily News, Bogalusa, LA, July 4, 1914-1989

20. Maps of Louisiana, Washington Parish, and Tangipahoa Parish (13 maps)

21. Forest & People, official publication of The Louisiana Forestry Association, Vol. 13, No. 1, First Quarter, 1963

22. Police Jury Minutes of Washington Parish, 1888-1902 (xerox copies)

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BOX 2

Folder

1. Correspondence and Notes About Family History to and from Daunton Gibbs

2. Bear Tracks #29, May-June 1984

3. Fourth Census 1820, Parishes of St. Helena, St. Tammany, and Washington, Louisiana, Volume 4, by Mabel Van Dyke Baer, Washington D. D., March 1955

4. 1830 Enumeration of Washington Parish, Louisiana, by Donald W. Johnson, Mrs. Walter, and Mrs. Warren Strickland, published by the Baton Rouge Genealogical and Historical Society, 1975

5. 1840 Enumeration Census of Washington Parish, Louisiana, by Dixie S. Moss

6. Eighth Census Report, 1860, Washington Parish, Louisiana, by Thelma S. Bateman, January 1965

7. Washington Parish Louisiana Resources & Facilities, Washington Parish Development Board and Louisiana Department of Public Works, 1958?

8. The History of Washington Parish, Louisiana, as Compiled from the Records and Traditions, by Hon. Prentiss B. Carter (2 xerox copies from The Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Vol. 14, January-October 1931)

9. History of Washington Parish, 1959-1960, compiled by Zuma Magee, 1978 (contains lists of births, deaths, and marriages)

10. "Washington Parish," (xerox copy of Chapter III, Eastern Louisiana, A History of the Watershed of the Ouachita River and The Florida Parishes, The Historical Record Association, Shreveport, Louisiana, Frederick William Williamson and George T. Goodman, ed.)

11. The Bankston Family Lineage, by Edna Robertson Vacher (2 copies)

12. Memoirs of J. W. Bateman (1884- ), printed by Robert S. Bateman & Associates, Inc., December 1967

13. Letters from Bickham Christian, Notes about Bickhams

BOX 3

Folder

1. Bickham Family History, Edited by Jerome C. Hafter, 1978

2. The Eugene B. Bunch Story, compiled by Zuma F. Magee, 1975; Also a poem "Eugene Bunch, Bully of the Town"; Also a letter to Zuma Magee from Rick Miller, November 12, 1980

3. The Burch Family, by Zuma Magee, 1977

4. Foyle (Foil) Genealogy, compiled by Zuma Fendlason Magee and Aletha Barker Hamiter, 1956

5. Cousins, Magee-Barber-Thomas Ancestors, by Judieth A. Magee; Magee Bible Records, Washington Parish, by Mrs. Judy Magee, 1987

6. Family Histories: Magee, Daniel, MacGregor, MacKgehee, Miller, and Simmons

7. The Name and Family of McGee or Magee, compiled by The Media Research Bureau, Washington, D. C.

8. Pierce (Peirce) Genealogy, Descendants of Humphrey Asa Peirce (Pierce), compiled by Florence Peirce Peck, 1953

9. The Ancestry of Laura Elaine Rigsby, by Michael H. Rigsby and Carolyn E. Rigsby, 1987

10. The John Scarle-Sarah "Sally" Brown Family, by Zuma F. Magee and Dixie S. Moss, 1974

11. Richard Stringfield Family, compiled by Zuma Fendlason Magee, 1960

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BOX 4

Folder

1. List of Cemeteries in Washington Parish; Also some headstone inscriptions, one in Collins, Mississippi, 1984

2. Lot Owners Ponemah Cemetery, Bogalusa, Washington Parish, Louisiana, 1936-1977, by Zuma F. Magee, 1979 (includes William H. Sullivan Family)

3. Cemetery Records, Louisiana, Volume I, 1962, by Zuma F. Magee and Thelma S. Bateman

4. Cemetery Records, Louisiana, Volume II, 1964, by Zuma F. Magee and Thelma S. Bateman

5. Cemetery Records, Louisiana, Volume 1II, 1966, by Zuma F. Magee and Thelma S. Bateman

6. Cemetery Records, Louisiana, Volume 1V, 1976, by Zuma F. Magee and Dixie S. Moss

7. Washington Parish Cemeteries Copied in 1976, Volume V, by Mrs. R. A. Magee and Dixie S. Moss

8. Washington Parish Cemetery Records, Volume VI, 1980, by Dixie S. Moss and Zuma F. Magee

9. Cemetery Records Louisiana and Mississippi, Vol. VII, 1985, by Zuma F. Magee

10. Early Records of Ellis Cemetery, Franklinton, Louisiana, 1812-1940s

11. Ellis Cemetery Association, Franklinton, Louisiana, Minutes and Financial Records, 1904-1941 (2 copies)

12. Ellis Cemetery Associaiton, Franklinton, Louisiana, Financial Reports, Lot Owners, Map, 1904-1942

13. Ellis Cemetery Records, Franklinton, Louisiana, Old Section--Graves and Base Rows and Miscellaneous Data (original copy and a typed copy)

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BOX 5

Folder

1. History of Franklinton First Baptist Church, by Daunton Gibbs, 1976-1977; Also a newspaper picture of First Baptist Church, Franklinton in 1905

2. Original handwritten draft of History of Franklinton First Baptist Church, by Daunton Gibbs, 1976-1977

3. History of Tangipahoa Baptist Church, Tangipahoa, Louisiana, 1844-1965, compiled by Miss Norma Lambert, from Minute Books, October 1965

4. History of Bonner Creek Baptist Church, 1865-1988, Washington Parish

5. Ben’s Ford Missionary Baptist Church (History)

6. What Did Happen to Half Moon Bluff?, by Dixie Sylvest Moss, 1985 (A speech made before the Louisiana Baptist Convention Historical Committee in Baptist Building, Alexandria, Louisiana on March 30, 1985)

7. History of Half Moon Baptist Church Research, by Dixie S. Moss and Zuma F. Magee, 1978; Also Baptist Message, Vol. 93, No. 42, October 26, 1978 (showing picture of replica of Half Moon Bluff Church at the Washington Parish Fair)

8. Biography of Dr. Albert Wayne Robbins, by Zuma F. Magee (Pastor of First Baptist Church, Franklinton, Louisiana, August 1, 1949-July 31, 1980)

9. Mt. Nebo Baptist Church Records, Tangipahoa Parish, La. (Excerpts), Copied from Russ Williams, Jr.

10. Records of Hayes Creek Baptist Church, Franklinton, Louisiana, From its organization in 1866 to 1902 (xerox copy); "Early Washington Parish Juror Helped to Found Old Church [Hayes Creek]", Bogalusa Daily News, December 9, 1963 (xerox copy)

11 The Origin and Spread of the Baptist Denomination in Washington Parish, by Daunton Gibbs, 1978 (Diagram)

12. History of the Baptist Church in Louisiana and Washington Parish, by P. Burch, 1964

13. A History of Baptist Associations, Baptist Message, May 17-June 14, 1979 (newspaper clippings)

14. First Baptist Settlement in Mississippi, Copied from the History of the Mississippi Baptist Association from 1806 to 1906, by A. Varnado, edited by T. C. Schilling

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BOX 6

Folder

1. Baptist Association and Church History, Mississippi and Louisiana, Research compiled by Daunton Gibbs, Zuma Magee, and A. W. Robbins

2. A History of the Washington Baptist Association of the Louisiana Baptist Convention, Franklinton, Louisiana, 1894-1983, by A. W. Robbins

3. Annual of the Louisiana Baptist Convention in 73rd Annual Session held with the Highland Baptist Church, Shreveport, Louisiana, November 15-18, 1921; Annual of the Louisiana Baptist Convention in 74th Annual Session held with the First Baptist Church, Bogalusa, Louisiana, December 5-8, 1922

4. 92nd Annual Session of the Washington Baptist Association, 1985 held with First Baptist Baptist Church, Franklinton, Louisiana, October 7, 1985 and Highland Baptist Church, Bogalusa, Louisiana, October 7, 1985; 93rd Annual Session of the Washington Baptist Association, 1986 held with Westside Emmanuel Church, Bogalusa, Louisiana, October 6, 1986 and Bonner Creek Baptist Church, Franklinton, Louisiana, October 6, 1986; 94th Annual Session of the Washington Baptist Association, 1987 held with Sunlight Baptist Church, 8:30 A.M., October 5, 1987 and Superior Avenue Baptist Church, 6:30 P.M., October 5, 1987

5. Washington Baptist Association Book of Reports, 1977, 1978 and 1980

6. Program, Third Annual Christmas Pageant, First Baptist Church, Franklinton, LA, December 14, 16, 18, 1988, The Matchless Mystery

7. The Baptist Review, May-June 1964, Vol. 19, No. 3

8. Golden Jubilee of the Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist Church, Bogalusa, Louisiana, Commemorating Fifty Years of Missionary Service (Souvenir Booklet)

9. A Story of Glory, 1812-1962, Sesquicentennial Year of Louisiana Baptists (Special Program Unit for Louisiana Training Unions-Designed for Adults and Young People)--9-page booklet; The Baptist Message, Sesquicentennial Edition, No. 1, Thursday, Oct. 1, 1962 (2 pages)

10. Map showing Direct Mission Work in Louisiana, 1970, publisher LA Baptist Convention

11. Minutes of the Sixty-Second Annual Session of the State Line Association of Regular Missionary Baptist, October 20th and 21st, 1964; Minutes of the Sixty-Fourth Annual Session of the State Line Association of Regular Missionary Baptist, October 18th and 19th, 1966; Minutes of the West Pearl River Missionary Baptist Association, 95th Annual Session, October 1, 1966; 1966 Annual and Proceedings of the Forty-Second Annual Session of the Louisiana State Association of Regular Missionary Baptist Churches, November 15th and 16th, 1966; 1977 Annual and Proceedings of the Fifty-Second Annual Session of the Louisiana State Association of Regular Missionary Baptist Churches, January 11th, 1977; Fiftieth Anniversary, Hurricane Creek Baptist Church, 1913-1963, September 8, 1963

12. Journal, 1954 Session Mississippi Conference, The Methodist Church, Southeastern Jurisdiction, 142nd Annual Session held in the Galloway Memorial Church, Jackson, Mississippi, June 16-20, 1954; History of Methodism in Alabama and West Florida, by Marion Elias Lazenby, 1960; Minutes of the 60th Session of the Louisiana Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South held in Felicity Street Methodist Church, New Orleans, Louisiana, January 3-9, 1906; The First Hundred Years of the Mount Nebo United Methodist Church, Mount Hermon, Louisiana, 1874-1974, compiled by Ernestine Dyson, Centennial Celebration, September 29, 1974; 1200 Bible Questions and Answers in Consecutive Order, by J. J. Hill, 1930; Commemorating One Hundred Years of Christian Service, 1842-1942, Centenary Methodist Church, Franklinton, Louisiana

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BOX 7

Folder

1. Picture From The Past: 1938: Last of rail ferries saw action during Civil War, Times-Picayune, Sunday, December 9, 1990

2. Newspaper Clippings: Steam Locomotive Chugs from Mobile to Meridian; Southern Railroading The Amite Progress , October 1, 1936 (xerox copy); Kentwood & Eastern Railway Pass, 1911

3. Little Railroad Which Helped Build Communities, by E. E. Puls, 1988

4. Natchez Route, A Mississippi Central Railroad Album, by David S. Price and Louis R. Saillard, 1975

5. Gulf, Mobile & Ohio Historical Society, Inc. News, Issue No. 19, Summer 1979; Issue No. 26 & 27, 1981; Issue No. 28 & 29, 1982

6. Gulf, Mobile & Ohio Historical Society, Inc. News, Issue No. 30, 31, and 32 & 33, 1983

7. Gulf, Mobile & Ohio Historical Society, Inc. News, Issue No. 34, and 36 & 37, 1984

8. Gulf, Mobile & Ohio Historical Society, Inc. News, Issue No. 38, 39, and 40 & 41, 1985

9. Gulf, Mobile & Ohio Historical Society, Inc. News, Issue No. 42, 43, and 44 & 45, 1986

10. Gulf, Mobile & Ohio Historical Society, Inc. News, Issue No. 50, 51, and 52 & 53, 1988

11. Gulf, Mobile & Ohio Historical Society, Inc. News, Issue No. 54, 55, 56, and 57, 1989

12. Gulf, Mobile & Ohio Historical Society, Inc. Calendars, 1982, 1983, 1986, 1987, 1988 and 1990

13. Nineteenth Century Steam Locomotives, January 1982 Calendar

14. Railroad Magazine, Vol. 95, No. 6, April 1974

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BOX 8

Folder

1. Copies of some letters written to our men in service in World War II, compiled by Zuma Magee, 1977

2. History of the 205th Engineer Battalion (xerox copy)

3. Military Histories

4. Military History of Washington Parish, by Zuma Magee, 1978

5. Louisiana in the Civil War--A Bibliography (pamphlet)

6. Correspondence and newspaper clippings about Woodrow Reeves

7. Miscellaneous Correspondence

8. Pacific Ocean Handbook, by Eliot G. Mears, 1944 (paperback)

9. Japanese Writing Translation book

10. United States Defense Savings Bonds

11. The Story of the Washington Parish Fair, 1911-1973, written and compiled by Emma Burris and Elizabeth Ott Watts, August 1973

12. Correspondence, Notes, and Newspaper Clippings about the Washington Parish Fair

13. Washington Parish Fair Catalogs, 1924, 1930, and 1949

14. Washington Parish Fair Catalog, Diamond Jubilee, October 19-22, 1988

15. Official Programs, Washington Parish Fair, 1972-1990

16. Mile Branch Settlement Brochures, Washington Parish Fair, 1977-1989

17. Franklinton Central Institute, Franklintin, La., Sixteenth Annual Session, 1907-908 (xerox copy); Also Franklinton High School, Class of 1930 Reunion, May 31, 1980 (program); Also a list of the Graduating Class, Franklinton High School, 1930

18. Various Legal Documents (xerox copies)

19. Newspaper Clippings about the UDC and the Washington Rifles, 1955-1971

20. Photographs about the UDC; Also post cards of Mile Branch Settlement

21. 1869 Records from Washington Parish Courthouse (they are partially burned)

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BOX 9

Folder

1. The History of Freemasonry and Masonic Digest, by J. W. S. Mitchell, M. D., Volume I and Volume II

2. Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, 1906

BOX 10

Folder

1. Miscellaneous items about the Masons; Also a newspaper clipping "Cornerstone dedicated at Pine Masonic Lodge"

2. Petitions for Degrees in Masonry, 1977-1982

3. Outline of the Rise and Progress of Freemasonry in Louisiana, by James B. Scott, 1912; Also a 1923 edition

4. Masonry in Louisiana, by Glen Lee Greene

5. Ritual of the Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem, 1953; Masonic Monitor of the Degrees of Entered Apprentice, Fellow Craft and Master Mason, by George Thornburgh, 1909; The Louisiana Monitor of the Degrees of Entered Apprentice, Fellow Craft and Master Mason, by G. C. Huckaby, 1927; Symbolism of The Three Degrees, Part One, The Entered Apprentice Degree, by Oliver Day Street; Freemasonry in the American Revolution, by Sidney Morse, 1924; The Morgan Affair and Anti-Masonry, by John C. Palmer, 1924

6. History of Freemasonry of Louisiana, A Sketch Prepared and Presented by Edwin F. Gayle, at the 121st Annual Communication, New Orleans, February 1-3, 1932; Annual Address of Ernest E. Sykes, Grand Master of Louisiana 1931 of the 121st Annual Grand Communication, New Orleans, February 1-3, 1932

7. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Louisiana at its 54th Annual Communication, New Orleans, February 1866; Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Louisiana at its 54th Annual Communication, New Orleans, February 1871

BOX 11

Folder

1. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Louisiana at its 98th Annual Grand Communication, New Orleans, February 14-16, 1910; Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Louisiana at its 99th Annual Communication, New Orleans, February 6-8, 1911

2. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Louisiana at its 100th Annual Grand Communication, New Orleans, February 5-7, 1912; Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Louisiana at its 105th Annual Communication, New Orleans, February 7-9, 1916

3. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Louisiana at its 109th Annual Grand Communication, New Orleans, February 2-4, 1920; Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Louisiana at its 114th Annual Communication, New Orleans, February 2-4, 1925

4. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Louisiana at its 116th Annual Grand Communication, New Orleans, February 7-9, 1927

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BOX 12

Folder

1. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Louisiana at its 138th Annual Grand Communication, New Orleans, February 14-16, 1949; Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Louisiana at its 144th Annual Communication, New Orleans, February 14 and 15, 1955

2. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Louisiana at its 157th Annual Grand Communication, New Orleans, February 4, 1968; Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Louisiana at its 160th Annual Communication, New Orleans, February 1 and 2, 1971

3. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Louisiana at its 167th Annual Grand Communication, January 30 and 31, 1978; Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Louisiana at its 169th Annual Communication, January 28 and 29, 1979

4. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Louisiana at its 172nd Annual Communication, February 7 and 8, 1983

BOX 13

Folder

1. Paget's Surgical Pathology

2. Wood's Therapeutics & Pharmacology, Vol. I, Third Edition; Wood's Therapeutics & Pharmacology, Vol. II, Third Edition

BOX 14

Folder

1. Confederate Military History, A Library of Confederate States History, in twelve volumes, written by distinguished men of the South, and Edited by Gen. Clement A. Evans of Georgia, Volume I, 1899; A Distant Mirror, The Calamitous 14th Century, by Barbara W. Tuchman

2. Antietam, National Battlefield Site, Maryland, by Frederick Tilbert, National Park Service Historical Handbook Series No. 31, Washington, D. C., 1960 (revised 1961)

3. Michelin Guide to the Battlefields of the World War, Vol. 1, The First Battle of the Marne, including the operations on the Ourcq, in the Marshes of St. Gond and in the Revigny Pass, 1914, 1919

4. The Story of Louisiana, Revised Edition, by William O. Scroggs, 1953

5. The St. Tammany Historical Society Gazette, Volume 1, September 1975

6. The St. Tammany Historical Society Gazette, St. Tammany 1885-1945, A Photographic Essay, by C. Howard Nichols, John R. Kemp and S. Harvey Colvin, Jr., Mandeville, 1981

BOX 15

1. Scrapbook done by Daunton Gibbs during World War II

2. Negative of School Bus Fleet at Franklinton High School about 1920 (taken from P. E. Greenlaw Collection)

3. Territorial Papers of the United States, Compiled and edited by Clarence Edwin Carter, Vol. 5, The Territory of Mississippi, 1798-1817, Government Printing Office, Washington, 1937

BOX 16

1. Collier’s World Atlas and Gazetteer, New York, 1938

2. Conveyance Records from Washington Parish Courthouse, 1909-1915 (original book)

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BOX 17

Maps:

1. Louisiana, Tangipahoa Parish, Bolivar Quadrangle, U.S. G. S.

2. Louisiana, Washington and St. Tammany Parish, Zona Quadrangle, U.S.G.S.

3. Louisiana, Washington and St. Tammany Parish, Rio Quadrangle, U.S.G.S.

4. Louisiana, Washington Parish, Clifton Quadrangle, U.S.G.S.

5. Louisiana, Tangipahoa and Washington Parish, Sunny Hill Quadrangle, U.S.G.S.

6. Louisiana, Washington and Tangipahoa Parish, Wilmer Quadrangle, U.S.G.S.

7. Louisiana, Washington Parish, Thigpen Quadrangle, U.S.G.S.

8. Louisiana, Tangipahoa Parish, Spring Creek Quadrangle, U.S.G.S.

9. Louisiana, Washington Parish, Thomas Quadrangle, U.S.G.S.

10. Louisiana, Washington Parish, Franklinton Quadrangle, U.S.G.S.

11. Survey Map, Louisiana, Greensburg District, T. 4 S.-R. 9 E., 1848.

12. Survey Map, Louisiana, Greensburg District, T. 3 S.-R. 10 E., 1852.

13. Map of Franklinton, Louisiana, March 1910.

14. Map of town of Franklinton, Louisiana, n.d.

15. Louisiana, Washington Parish, street and highways map, 1958.

16. Louisiana, Washington Parish, street and highways map, 1968.

War of 1812 Muster Roles:

1. Muster Role of 13th Regiment of Louisiana Militia, Captain Thomas Bickham Commanding, from 13 December 1814 to 31 January 1815.

2. Muster Role of 12th and 13th Regiments of Louisiana Militia (Consolidated), Captain William Watson Commanding, from 28 December 1814 to 10 March 1815.

3. Muster Role of 12th and 13th Regiments of Louisiana Militia, Captain Thomas Bickham Commanding, from 23 December 1814 to 10 March 1815.

4. Muster Role of 13th Regiment of Louisiana Militia, Captain Thomas Bickham Commanding, from 23 December to 10 March 1815.

5. Muster Role of 13th Regiment of Louisiana Militia, Captain Thomas Bickham Commanding, from 23 December 1814 to 10 march 1815.

6. Muster Role of Captain Thomas Buck's Louisiana Militia, from 23 December 1815 to 10 March 1815, incomplete.

7. Pay Role of 12th and 13th Regiments of Louisiana Militia, Captain Thomas Bickham Commanding, from 23 December 1814 to 10 March 1815.