A "Starlen" Hill is listed as no. 19, a Private, on the "Muster Roll of Captain Champion Mading's Company of Mounted Volunteers, called into the service of the United States, by the order of the Commander-of-Chief of the Militia of the State of Illinois, from the 5th day of May 1832 to the 31st day of August, 1832". Possibly, this is your Hill. "Starlen" as handwritten on the roster may be misspelled. Champion Mading resided in Edwards County, Illinois when he recevied his Captain's commision and raised a company of 44 horsemen with guns (cavalry). Most of these men came from Edwards County. This action was known as the Black Hawk War. The surrender of The Native American, Chief Black Hawk, came at the mouth of the Bad Axe River on the Mississippi River in Wisconsin. Champion and his Company were on hand at that surrender.