~AIKIN, Martin, Captain, New York militia, commander of Aikin's volunteers.
~APPLING, Daniel, Lieutenant Colonel, commander at Dead Creek Bridge. ~BRUM, Sailing Master, "Ticonderoga"
~CASSIN, Stephen, Lieutenant, U.S. Navy, commander of the "Ticonderoga" ~CHITTENDEN, Martin, Governor, Vermont
~CLARK, Isaac, Colonel, Vermont militia, conducted successful raid into Canada
~CONOVER, Midshipman, in charge of gunboat, supported CASSIN ~DARUSIE, R.E. Lieutenant, Corps of Engineers, drew the map of the battle
~DUNCAN, Silas, Midshipman, from "Saratoga", rescued gunboats, decorated by Congress
~FLAGG, Azariah, Lieutenant, New York militia, leader in AIKIN's volunteers
~FOWLER, Lieutenant, commanded a blockhouse at Plattsburg, NY ~HAMPTON, Wade, Major General, subordinate to WILKINSON in 1813 ~LEONARD, Captain, commanded the artillery at Beekmantown and the bridge ~LOOMIS, Jarvis, Sailing Master, "Growler", captured at Ille aux Noix in 1813
~MACDONOUGH, Thomas, Lieutenant, U.S. navy, commodore of the Lake Champlain flotilla
~MACOMB, Alexander, Jr., Brigadier General, Commander at Plattsburg, NY ~MANN, John, maintained the hospital on Crab Island during the battle MCGLASSIN, George, Captain, commanded the raid on the British rocket battery
~MOOERS, Benjamin, Major General, New York Militia ~PAULDING, Hiram, Midshipman, "Ticonderoga", fired guns with a pistol ~PHELPS, Benjah, twelve-year-old boy who witnessed the battle ~PIKE, Zebulon, Brigadier General, killed in action at York, Upper Canada
~PLATT, Charles, Midshipman, "Saratoga", took command of the beaten "Chub". continued on page 2
Source is "the FINAL INVASION", by Colonel David G. Fitz-Enz, 2001, pages 201, 202 and 203. Transcribed by Jan