MUSTER ROLL of a company of VIRGINIA MILITIA
under the command of Captain John Bonnett, at Norfolk,
in the service of the United States, commanded by Lt. Col. Henry C. Coleman,
from the 30th day of May, 1814, when last mustered, to the 28th of June, 1814.
Bonnett, John, Capt. Ewing, James, Lt. White, Pewgrine, Lt. Keller, Jacob, Ensign Wells, Daniel, Ensign Bonce, John, Sgt. Harding, Vachel, Sgt. Porter, Jonah, Sgt. Thomas, Jonathan, Sgt. Vanscyoc, James, Sgt. Terrell, Daniel, Cpl. Adams, Thomas, Cpl. Crow, Jacob, Cpl. Bills,William, Cpl. Ogden,Cornelius, Cpl.
Allen, Augustus Aihine, James Ankrum, William Ankrum, Aaron Betts, John Biddle, Spencer Baker, John Barcly, Robert Bell, William Burns, James Burris, Francis Blodgett, Daniel Bond, John Baker, Benjamin Bogard, John Blake, Isaac Belford ______ Buchanan, John Brown, Isaac Builman, John Carroll, John Carland, Daniel Craig, David Cox, Joseph Carmichael, John Clegg, Thomas Chanot, Justus Cline, John Day, Daniel Darling, Daniel Daugherty, William Denison, James Darnel, Levi Doty, Chage Deal, Archibald Evans, John Evans, George Edging, Robert Enoch, Bruce Francis, James Fletcher, William Gregg, Levi Given, Neal Glaspy, John Goodrich, George Grandstaff, Moses Gray, James Hicks, John Hoover, Samuel Howell, Jonathan
Handlan,Richard Jefferson, James Jones, Abraham Kyger, John Kyger, Andrew Kiggins,Thomas Knox, James Lyon, David Lyon, Daniel Lewis, Aaron Martin, Asa Martin, Samuel McVay, Jacob Malony, William Maly, John McClelland, William Medley, David Monis, Morgan Morgan, Uriah Mcardle, Horace McHenry, James McCarthy, David Moore, Thomas Moore, Ferdinand Murphy, William Moreland, Nicholas Martin, Alexander Mavis, Andrew Marlin, Elijah Orr, William Owens, John Patterson, David Rice, Jacob Rush, Bethuel Robinson, James Roberts, Levi Riggle, Henry Ryan, Henry Starks, Pardon Stone, John Stone, Joseph Sims, John Smith, William Smith, John Taylor, James Taylor, William Underwood, Isaac Vanscyoc, John Vandevenden, Nicholas Watson, William Weekly, James Ward, Daniel Westbrook, Samuel White, Jacob Winter
*ANDREW KIGER, b abt 1784, d abt 1880. He was the older of the brothers,(JOHN & LEWIS) and had served as a soldier in the War of 1812. He was married, but there is no record of their having any children. His niece, Hannah Kiger, after the death of her mother, lived in their home, which was evidently in northern Marshall Co, WV. He died at age of 96. (Submitted by Jerry Bruhn.)
**JOHN KYGER, b. abt 1797. (Submitted by Jerry Bruhn.)